Cumberland Times in Cumberland, Maryland 25 May 1958
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Cumberland Times (Newspaper) - May 25, 1958, Cumberland, MarylandThe weather worm humid Chont of High m 70f show cd cooler Tomor my six sections general featurc40cictt Cityrka news Worth comics family weekly vol 144 unit Cumberland Maryland sunday May 25 1958 Prin of Novofa Trice fifteen cents Flim Iii issues emergency Call Ike asks for talks on policing test ban top experts stand ready for Parley wants conference to begin in three weeks at Geneva Washington my president Eisenhower called on Russia sat urday to Start scientific talks at Geneva in three weeks on ways of policing a nuclear weapons test ban the stale department instantly backed up the presidents proposal by naming three top flight u s scientists to meet with a russian team and probably rep resent Tives also from Britain France and Japan the red chinese might sit in on the soviet tide Eisenhower proposal was made to soviet Premier Khrushchev in a letter delivered in mos cow by the u s embassy Satur Day morning and then released by the White House radically differing from any other Eisen Howe Khrushchev letters this one was free of accusation and criticism Eisenhower seemed to try hard to make his proposal agreeable to Khrushchev final report 60 Dayi he said the talks could begin in three weeks produce a Progress report in 30 Days and a final re port within 60 Days Khrushchev in a letter May 9 agreeing to such talks had warned against saying the experts from our Side will be chosen on the basis of special competence Eise Thow we assume that the experts on the Side of the soviet Union would be similarly chosen on the basis of special competence so As to assure that we set scientific not political experts named the three experts announced by the state department to represent the United Stales arc or Ernest 0 Lawrence a Nobel prize Winner and director of the University of California radiation Laboratory Lawrence in the past has associated him self with or Edward Teller and dec chairman Lewis Strauss in in the past tins Assolin cd him self with or Edward Teller and dec chairman Lewis Strauss in favor of continuing atomic and Hydrogen weapons tests or James Brown Fisk executive vice president of Bell Tele Phon laboratories and since j952 a member of the presidents Sci ence advisory committee or Robert f in Char chair Man of the division of physics mathematics and astronomy at California Institute of technology and a member of Eisenhower science advisory committee carpenters probe slated Washington of the Senate rackets investigating committee said saturday scandals in the International carpenters Union will get an airing in hearings it plans Here starting about june 3 Maurice a Hutch son the unions president is under indict ment in Indiana on charges of bribery and conspiring to Bride in a state Highway land acquisition Deal 0 William Blair Union vice president and Frank m Chapman Union treasurer were indicted with Hutch son committee sources said this subject would be avoided in the hearings lest it prejudice the tin zionists trial but that the com Mittee has Many other avenues to explore on Way to Paul Loux right 35yearold Dye finisher of complot is shown Enro Ute to his arraign ment at los Angeles yesterday on charges of violation of Federal extortion agent j j canny is at left Loux is accused of threatening to dynamite the Southern Pacific railroads Sunset limited which goes from los Angeles to new Orleans of Phot Elax charge made by lebanese say Arab Republic interfering with internal affairs United nations n y my the u n Security Council will meet tuesday to take up a Ocba Nese complaint that the United Arab Republic of Egypt and Syria is interfering in the internal at fairs of troubled Lebanon Charles s a Ritchie of Canada president of the 11nation Council for May called the meet ing saturday after talking with lebanese Delegate Karim Azkoul and consulting the other Council members Arab Council meets the Arab league Council also is expected to meet next week to consider a similar lebanese com plaint to the eight nation league charging massive u a r inter for once in Lebanon affairs in Cairo the leagues acting Secretary general Abdelmoneim Mustafa told reporters he was waiting to hear from Lybia and Sudan whether the Council might sit in either of those places As Lebanon proposed he said that after he got the word members would agree on a place and Date rebels organize meanwhile the u a trolled Middle East news Agency reported from Cairo that a rebel government had been organized in Lebanon and was broadcasting War communiques from various regions there was no Confirma lion lebanese foreign minister Charles a Malik has said he would prefer to have the Arab league Stop any outside intervene lion in Lebanon soviets Sec sputnik relaying television Moscow withe Moscow eve Ning news envisions a Covey of sputnik travelling almost two Miles per second thousands of Miles out in space relaying to All Over the Earth its possible the paper says if the great pow ers can get together on it Maria Callas to quit Italy opera House second time Milan Italy i temp can mental Soprano Maria Menghini Callas says she is quitting la Scala opera in Milan after this season because of a disagreement with the opera House superintendent i will not sing Al la Scala next year even if i am offered a the new York born Prima Donna told a group of friends after a years vacation be added she might return if la Scala supt Antonio Ghiringhelli hns been removed Ghiringhelli was not available for comment i have firmly decided not o Fly cent further collaboration with the present superintendent at la Scala it is not any longer compatible with my dignity As a woman and As an she said after being booed for walking out during the opening night of the Rome opern season Jan 3 miss Collns scored successes in the United states and made a triumphant return to the la Scala stage april n Bui More than 200 plainclothes policemen were on hand to watch for any Demon Stalions and miss Callas did not like that next Day she said a cold War existed Between her and la Scala officials partly because of the police and partly because la Scala wanted her to apologize publicly for leaving the Edin Burgh music festival last year after Only three of the four scheduled performances sen Given up Jade Fortune Santa Barbara Calif group of commercial fishermen saturday brought up pounds of Good qual Ity Jade from 36 feet of water off san Simeon one chunk of the Semi precious Stone weighed pounds v c Douglas Woodhouse re tired geologist of the University of California at Santa Barbara said the Jade is of Good Quality meaning its Market value May run As High is a Pound the Jade was discovered by the Crew of the fishing Schooner Bali whose skipper is g r swede Armann it took two Days to get the find to Shore and special Machin Ery had to be employed to lift the chunk red bloc Aid program set for chinese Moscow withe soviet Union and its a even East european communist allies announced sunday they have to coordinate their economic machinery they did not spell out the form the coordination will take Warsaw Poland my com munis bloc leaders meeting in Moscow announced sunday a big economic Aid program for rec China and other less industrialized bloc members a communique issued from the conference through Tass the soviet news Agency contained no political discussion it said the eight countries of the soviet led Warsaw pct have agreed on faster exploitation of raw material resources and of Power industries the communique also said the meeting considered ways of meshing economics so that some Bioc members will specialize in certain industries and avoid com Peting with others it did not mention such Politi Ca issues As yugoslav preside no Titos Defiance of Moscow claim to direct ideology and practice output of polio vaccine stopped surplus blamed Indianapolis my Eli co announced saturday it Wil halt its production at Salk polio in cinc next week until a surplus of some 20 million doses do Orcas is Lilly is the nations largest sup plier of the vaccine and the pro duct Jon shutdown will be the firs since output was started in 1953 f m a Nelcy vice president of the firm said the halt order was Given because there has been a Sharp drop in demand for the polio shots another Indianapolis firm pit Man Moore said it was still producing vaccine hut not at the accelerated rate of a year Aco company officials said they did not have a backlog of the vac Cine Solon sees speedy air safety acts Moi Roncy forecasts no opposition to overhauling plans Washington Hythe loss of 61 lives in military civilian air collisions this year appeared to Day to have virtually assured prompt congressional action on n new Federal air safety Agency so far there is no visible of sen a s Monroney Dokla said of a Bill drastically overhauling present Airway c Rols we have far More support Han we thought we would Monroney added in an interview he is chairman of the Senate aviation subcommittee 33 Back Bill some 33 senators of both Par ties already arc backing the Mon Bill to establish in inde Jen Dent Federal aviation Agency wit i Broad Powers to enforce a nationwide and unified air traffic control two Days of emergency Senate hearings on the military civilian crashes developed the wide sup port from operators of Commer Cial airlines airline pilots Anc key government officials about the Only probable opposition May come from Secretary of Commerce weeks and under Secretary of Commerce roths Monroney added Independent Agency at present the civil aeronautics administration which oper ales the nationwide airways sys Tern is part of the Commerce department the civil aeronautics Board which determines air routes and safety rules among other functions is an in depend Cut Agency Monroney would put them Boll in the proposed new Agency which would be headed by a sin Gle administrator directly responsible to the president and con Gross during hearings before Senate and House groups witnesses stressed that the great speeds o modern aircraft including pc passenger planes soon to be of crating required immediate a lion Clarence n Saycon pc Sidoni of in organization of com1 mar Cine airline pilots told scan tors that under existing Caa regulations you can kill each other perfectly defense aide Francis Dies Washington a vast score tary of defense William h fran Cis 43 collapsed and died saturday after playing Tennis Francis was appointed assist ant Secretary of defense for Man Power a year ago the wealthy texan was a per Sonal Friend of president Eisen Hower he served As an army Captain in intelligence on Gen Eisenhower staff in world War if Francis complained of being Short of breath while playing ten Nis shortly before 6 p m Friend said he collapsed and was taken to Georgetown Hospital where he was pronounced dead the former Houston attorney had extensive Oil and ranching interests Corsica Isle insurrection stirs alarm armed prove Gaulle uprising erupts amid other Paris do Gaull Lut insurgent and pm Stern in rebellions con Tinl of a Mcclo and two Othre towns in French Coral a sat urday their action Art off talk of civil War in France reunited in custody fight or and mrs Eugene Moody smother their Foster son Charles Patrick 3 with kisses after he was returned to them yesterday in Miami Fia the Moodys were jailed Friday on receipt of a wire from new York that the boy and been kidnapped the Moodys claim the boy was Given to them by his Mother when he was eight Days old and they have not legally adopted him his real Molher mrs belly Mogilnicki of new York is trying to regain custody a Cardinal Stritch said near death news restricted Little Rock Ark i the first racially integrated Bacca laureate at Central High school will be held sunday with news coverage curtailed Senate Rome my Samuel Cardinal Stritch took a sudden tar forthe worse saturday and was Given Viat icum the roman Catholic Church sacrament of holy com Munion for the dying or Filippo Rocchi one of the cardinals three italian doctors said it was very unlikely there late could live through the night the 70yearold archbishop of Chicago and Propec fact of the Vatican congregation for propagation of the Faith suffered heart damage and was placed under an oxygen tent prayers for the dying were recited for him he Hod been Given extreme unction the lost riles of the Church on monday when he suffered a paralysing stroke he also and been Given inc last rites after no Pullion of his right april 28 just after he arrived to take up his new duties at the Vatican he had appeared to be making satisfactory recovery from that operation he celebrated mass May first Lime since the at the College of St Mary of the Lake known also is Chicago House the next any he suffered a cerebral thrombosis that partially paralysed his right Side and left him Able Only to whisper yes or two nephews of the Cardinal were summoned As were his Pri vate Secretary msgr James Hardiman and Bishop John mar tin Oconnor of scan non Rector of the pontifical North american College in Rome ships Alert to Aid evacuees Washington attack transports of the 6th Fleet arc poised less than 150 Miles off the coast of Lebanon the Washington sunday Star said Satur Day night ready to help evacuate americans from that revolt threatened country if the need arises an estimated to americans arc in Lebanon or governor youth admits role in Rural school arson Welch Eva 15ycarold boy taken into custody saturday and Mit cd he and two other youths set the fire which destroyed n Small Rural school state fire marshal Carl e we incr re Mahoney not through will remain in politics Baltimore avg Corgi p Mahoney said saturday Nicht or is not through with politics de spite his latest defeat in the democratic primary for the u s i Senate my friends throughout the state including Baltimore City have asked me not to let them Mahoney said and i will remain in that was All the perennial candidate and the perennial loser would say about the future but it strongly implied he Wil try again for a major Public office asked if he would take an Active role in the general election Mpa Ign Mahoney said he would be willing to sit Down and talk with Dalesandro and j Millard taws the nominee for governor this indicated a willingness to bargain and in the Light of his Lacr slate mint thai i will re main in Mahoney could be eyeing the Senate or the governors chair a Promise in of support then from and Dalesandro might bring Mahoney into Camp now to solidify the democrats chances in the general election next fail car returned Hollywood my Kim Novak says she has Given that sports car Back lot Gen Rafael Trujillo or the blonde movie Star went to a fancy file blown parly Friday night in a taxi i brought my Mother my sister and her she told a reporter 1 Only have my Little Corvette now and i get them All in in so i called n ported officers expected to take the other two Ages 17 and 20 into custody saturday night we incr snid that nil three would be charged with in the fire which destroyed a two room Rural school it Paynesville near the Virginia slate line last tuesday night the arrest culminated an in pcs ligation conducted by asst slate fire marshals Ezra Kirk la and c r Cobb slate trooper d l Moy and Deputy sheriff Buck Wright the Paynesville fire was the East costly of five school Blaze which have caused an estimated Oss of close to half n million dollars in Mcdowell county this year earlier fires destroyed Welch Junior High school and Berwind Junior High school and caused Lenvy damage Al Baldwin Grade school at Squire and Superior Maitland Grade school Middle Road labor Reform Bill forecast measure avoiding extremes said Only Chance for passage Washington my Prudic ions lint a Middle the Road la joi1 Reform Bill will emerge fron he Senate labor com Millic Wor Nade sul Tirony by Sens John f Kennedy mass Ami Irving m Ives Kennedy told newsmen the commit Ces product May be on both sides will not will think its too Strong som Loo nevertheless lie said that i avoiding extremes is the Only kind which stands n Chance of be coming Law Ivor Ives concurred with View he said the committee ill probably will go further that labor lenders want but not so Fri As Eisenhower has recommended the new yorker senior re Nih Linn on the labor Suh Coin Init acc described Kennedy am Lim Solf is a sort of conic Force on the committee he snip they were in substantial agree Mcnol on the subject working on Bill Kennedy snid he would work on Bright red paint seen As Means to Hall crashes Washington my Bright red paint for both civilian and Mili tary aircraft was suggested by sen Charles e Potler Rich saturday is one possible Monn of lessening the danger of Aerial collisions obviously whatever to can do to prevent loss of life from Nir collisions even if it requires painting plan pcs in Candy stripes Polk dots or in aesthetic comb ii Lions should be done at Potler said in a letter to Civi aeronautics administrator tames t Pyle apparently aluminium coloured fuselages Are virtually invisible under a Cronin flying against n Light sky at High up acc or in dazzling Poller noted that the air Force uses Briihl red paint on Wing and Tail assemblies for visibility against the Snow in Arctic areas n i raft Bill Over the reckon and Confer with Ives monday he snid the subcommittee would meet on it wednesday and explained he hoped thai grou could Complete its work on a Bill thursday that Koukl give the full com Mittic 10 Days in june to get the measure to the floor it has a Juno 10 deadline to accomplish this selects casket Dies in mishap Thomasy Illk in my retired ministers son was kill saturday in an cd Cantor no Cidon at a funeral Home after Holpin select n casket for his father a funeral Home spokesman Sai Alvin Franklin bar Field 52 no parcel by i ripped As he Steppe into n crowded freight Levato on the second floor Paris my Premier Picurro Flimlin Early sunday called in emergency session of the nation in Assembly for monday morning o Deal Ullh not cd proc Gnu la surr action on the Island of Cor Ica a special Cabinet Nession claimed that slate of i Surrec Ion existed Al a Mcclo capital of he French Mediterranean Island Thure Napoleon Bonn Parle was born following the pattern already Stubli Licci in Algiers a commit be of Public safely was set up Here by the dissidents in Cor Bica study for three hours poll Mains min sters studied reports from Ajac clo and other Points in Corsica lint self appointed committees of Public safety and in in Determen cd number of French paratroop ers and seized government build Ings at a Mcclo Corte and calve the committees were reported calling for what they described is a government of National Union led by Gen Charles de in another of a series of harsh Al the beleaguered Pflimlin government insurgent de Gnu lists set up a Strong Man trl ump Lunte in Algeria the lenders vowed to fight unto Donth to restore de Gaulle to Power of flu new Power the blows fell As Pflimlin fought on in Paris for new governmental Power to Cope with the mounting crisis Pflimlin called for another emergency Cabinet session Kun any afternoon in adv no of the meeting he also planned to go to the people Agnlin Early sunday in an extraordinary radio to peach the special Cabinet no Sion in Tunny night that labelled the Corsica uprising in insurrection could in effect commit the Kov cram Cal to bring the Island Buck under control by Force if Neces sary no such step hns been taken to Deal with the algerian develop ments the Ronld on the prefecture building in Ajaccio capital of Corsica was led by French As Scab Lynn Paul Pascal Arr Ghl a right Winger known for his pro gaullist views several Hundred persons aided by French paratroopers helped seize the building reports from Corsica snid they imprisoned the area governor French fire on tunisians Tunis Tunisia mishap fight ing broke out saturday Between French and tunisian troops in Southern Tunisia Tunisia officials said both sides had put mortars and machine guns in Naclion in two bitter clashes there was no report on casual ties the tunisian sources said one engagement took place at ramada and in other about four Miles away from that French Post Loson president h a b 5 b Bourguiba promptly called a special session of his Cabinet to Deal with the situation Senate group says court rulings Comfort commies Washington out at supreme court decisions in Tho last two years the Senate internal Security subcommittee said saturday the net of All decisions has been Comfort for communists and the subcommittee also said the result hns been frus Lvalion for Law enforcement officials serious interference with Congress self informing function and destruction of All efforts of the american people against to protect subversion themselves at Home through their slate govern in Tho 12th and final instalment of its annual report the subcommittee called for legislation to undo the effects of some of the courts rulings in subversive cases and to curb its review Powers such n measure recently was approved by subcommittees Parent body the Senate judiciary committee by a 105 vote and now is on the Senate Calendar sen James o Eastland d miss is chairman of both the full committee and the eight member subcommittee the subcommittees report said hat a Dofan decisions handed Down by the court in 1956 involving communism subversive activities were widely hailed As showing a definite trend to the
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