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2 Nov 1958

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2 Nov 1958

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Cumberland Times (Newspaper) - November 02, 1958, Cumberland, MarylandRussian writer pleads to slay Home the weather hit 40i six sections Cen bal feature society Cir area up off comics Familia weekly vol no 302 imm Cumberland Maryland sunday november 2 1958 at cow Price fifteen cents democratic Victory seems sure Khrushchev hears plea of novelist Pasternak advised he can take Nobel prize not return by Angelo Natale Moscow Paster Nak saturday he is free to collect his Nobel Litera Ture prize in the capitalist and to stay there if he wants to this was the Sharp Kremlin re action after a personal Appeal by Pasternak to Premier Nikita Khrushchev to be allowed to stay in Russia Pasternak told Khrushchev he May have made mis takes in writing the novel Tor Zhivago and added to go beyond the Frontier of my Mother land is to me equal to death Pasternak whose Book Antic in is the russian communist Fevoli Tion already has turned Down Thi Nobel award and indicated he would not attend the award cer monies in Stockholm 12 expulsion demanded despite this criticism of him and his novel has boiled into harsh demands for his expulsion from Russia As a traitor in reporting Pasternak letter the news Agency Tass said in a preamble that no official obstacles Block Pasternak from going to Stockholm if Pasternak wishes to leave altogether the official authorities will not Hin Dephim in that respect in any Tass said he Wil be Given the Chance of departing beyond the frontiers of the user and of personally All is delights of the capitalist Paradise Pasternak letter was addressed to Khrushchev the Cen trial committee of the Soviel communist party and the soviet government he referred to the demand of soviet youth Leader v e Semi Chasny last wednes Day telling him to get out of rus Tia this is impossible for Pasternak i an round to Russia by birth life and work cannot imagine my Fate apart from Russia and outside her whatever my mistakes Anc errors May have been i could not have imagined that i would find myself in the Center of a political Campaign such As has been blown up around my name in the West having realized this i in formed the swedish Royal acad Emy which selects the Nobel winners of my voluntary rejection of the Nobel prize to go beyond the frontiers of my Mother land is to me equal to death and i am therefore asking that this extreme measure m respect to me should not be taken with my hand on my heart i have done something for soviet literature and i May still be use Ful to experiencing demand for i accepted with gratitude Pasternak originally accepted the Nobel award with gratitude and so notified the swedish acad Emy by Cable from his Home in the artist writer settlement of be Rede Kino Southwest of Moscow then with attack after attack heaped upon him in the soviet press he rejected the award hike in Job total listed Washington government announced saturday that employment Rose by in october to the figures were Given out by Secretary of Commerce weeks to elaborate on president Eisenhowe ers disclosure in a Baltimore speech Friday unemployment d r o p p e d to v both reports covered the per Iod from mid september to oct 18 weeks said the decline in unemployment of h4 million work ers from july through oct 18 was the greatest decline for these Throe months Tor any peacetime year since world War party Leader 111 Melbourne Australia up foreign minister ii v Evalt Leader of the Labarile opposition is suffering from an attack of bronchial pneumonia which fill keep him in bed at least until the end of next week hit Doc Lon said saturday Navy takes to the air Navy Quarter fans in Baltimore memorial stadium yesterday Back Jim Maxfield 11 hurls a pass during notre Dame end Bob Wetoskey 89 makes a first period of Nav notre Dame before try for interception a Pho taht Britain set to offer ban proposal Geneva up the United states and Britain will reject a permanent nuclear test ban As too full of pit alls but will offer a counter proposal to keep the three Power Jeneva talks going it was earned saturday sources said u s Delegate Janies j wads Worland British Delegate David Ormsby Gore cabled Washington and London for new instructions to present at the next session of the conference with soviet d e be g a t e Semyon Tsarapkin on monday the american and British Dele ates conferred for two hours in invite and then held an unscheduled 45minute session with to Sarapk when the nuclear test games Alks opened m the palais Des nations Friday they agreed not to meet formally again until Mon Day sources said the russians sur prised the West with their opening Day proposal for a draft Reaty that would ban All nuclear weapons tests immediately and or All time the West which wants a year year ban on testing heated to a foolproof detection system and Progress in the Overall Field of disarmament held there were everal stumbling blocks in the russian proposal fat Man proves veil padded at police station Louisville by arrested what they thought was i Short fat Man Friday night Headquarters Scales showed Edar Wilson 23 of Memphis weighed 210 pounds he reduced to 157 pounds in Ive minutes under a heavy Wool Topcoat he wore eleven pairs of trousers 10 jackets and five shirts Wilson explained they keep me it was 58 degrees outside he Ivas booked for vagrancy sooner gain bowl bid As buffs beaten by de cork1gan associated press spoils editor the Walls came tumbling Down on of Tiv four major undefeated Untiet teams in the when the buffs fell before okla homa 237 the Victory virtually assure Oklahoma of Jas 12th big eight championship and trip to the of Ange bowl on Jan 1 Louisiana state and Mississippi two of the other undefeated in ties played a nigh game in Baton Rouge la Rutgers the fourth member of the select Circle clobbered the University of Delaware 3720 f or its sixth straight Victory the bowl picture began to Clear a Little As a result of saturdays not Only is Oklahoma practically in but Iowa All but wrapped up the big ten championship Anc a Tup to the Rose bowl with a 3714 Victory Over Michigan defending big ten Champion Ohio eligible for the Rose a 210 decision to Northwestern a major upset Wisconsin and Purdue which still have an outside Chance of winning the title won their games Wisconsin turned Back Michigan state 97 and Purdue hailed Illinois 318 Maryland Defeated South car Olina 10 to 6 West Virginia clobbered George Washington and Pitt lost to Syracuse 1613 notre Dame crushed Navy 40 to 20 Russia asks Avert surprises London told the United states saturday it wants certain Steps in the Field of Dis armament discussed at Forth coming East West Geneva talks guarding nations against sur prise attack Moscow radio said the soviet note declared the nov 10 Confer ence of technical experts must e directed to the drafting of prac ical recommendations on Meas ures for the prevention of sur Rise attack and their combination Vith certain Steps in the Field of widow found slain in her parked car Washington body considerable if a 63yearold woman real estate Sisters operator missing since thursday vening was found saturday in or parked car on a mid City Lilli treet police said miss Sarah Trach Enburg had been beaten about the of Ead strangled and possibly nurses aped Deputy Coroner Christoper Murphy said after an autopsy iat death was caused by manual triangulation miss Trach Lenburg once wid wed and once divorced had Selenberg Mcd her Maiden name she Ope state rated a furniture store and co born Ide Rahle rental properly she lived with a sister but spent coming time with two other for that reason appearance was not immediately reported one of the mrs Lillian Winston reported miss Trach Lenburg missing Friday her body was found on the floor her 1949 automobile by on their Way to work relatives said they think Trachtenburg had considerable Money with her her nurse was not found in the car an Only son Bernard 40 a Miami real Man said his Mother in Baltimore but spent most of her life in Washington after Here in 1906 rebels claim Many seized As hostages Havana up ithe fide Castro rebels saturday accused the government of seizing nun dred Sion hostages and threaten ing to assassinate them in the event of rebel violence in Havana during mondays presidential elec Tion rebel sources said the rebels had appealed to the internal Iona red Cross the Umed nations and the organization of american states to use their Good offices to assure the safety of the hostages in the midst of a flare up o fighting in Oriente and Camaguey provinces police were reported to have assigned prowl cars to the greater Havana area to heat off any rebel attacks and Sabo Ige the bloody Battle that raged Friday Between government forces and Castio rebels on the outskirts of Santiago the country second largest City slackened off today after 33 Mer were reported killed and a num Ber of others wounded army troops dug into heavily fortified positions sources in san Tiago capital of rebellious Oriente province said the rebels were deploy g in the Hills surrounding the City for another attack fighting was reported in Bay southwestern Oriente and at Holgui Niri the Northeast hol Guin lost radio Contact with Havana both Are major cities linked by a Central Highway intruder flees state mansion nothing taken Annapolis api stale police said apparently nothing was taken by an intruder at the governors executive mansion Early saturday a maid at the mansion also said it appeared nothing had stolen by the Check ered shirt Man who fled when sur prised by a stale trooper Lalion de there the Mckeldin were away Friday night it is customary for a trooper to slay at the chief executives Home on such Occa ions trooper Finley r Sparks said i spotted the Man with his flashlight while making his rounds at the Man led and the trooper gave Chase the burglar got away pontiff signs third autograph for Pricil Vatican City a Pope John Xxiii put his signature on two a Small while slip of paper handed him by a Young dutch student miss priest saturday and said it was he third time he had signed an autograph since being elected pontiff the Pope signed in latin Pope Johannes Xxiii Ben Odicio of lax Blessing and peace from to Vatican City nov 1 the Pope Doltl not say who got Lis first two autographs seven More diggers in mine saved second Miracle at pit in Nova Scotia stirs thanksgiving Springhill n s a second Miracle came to the Shal Rcd Cumberland Coal Mill saturday seven More men were rescued 8v4 Days after a discs Rous upheaval of Earth in Dombec ilium gaunt hungry and thirsty they Enier ged from their ordeal in As Lonis Hongly Good Asha he 12 miners saved thursday ii the first Miracle of the Cumber and one even came out joking Salt Maurice Ruddick 46 and Fallisi of 12 when Lescue Clews i cachet him in his supposed Tomb feet from the mine Entrance give me a drink of water and ill sing you a sings As he works he always Sang As he Worket and his comrades said he Sang plenty during the Long hours 0 darkness keeping up their spirits yet another Douglas Jewkes was Jaunty As he was carried to an ambulance Post the cheering roads gathered at the mini Lead he sat up waved Anc called out to a Friend then in a bed at the Hospital he said i feel like a million Dol Jashed Ruddick from i nearby bed so do i but All o mine is spent the seven said they had let one dead in their pocket of Refuge and they did not see How anyone else among the miners still miss no could be alive rescuers agreed but there could be another said Arnie Patterson Public relations chief of the do minion steel and Coal corp a total of 100 now have been rescued of he 174 men in he mine when disaster struck oct if them in the first 24 hours one More body was brought up dung the Day and identification was made of the dead Miner left i Chad in the latest Rescue opera Lon that raised the total known Lead to 36 Rescue teams still dug through the rubble deep in the mine looking for the other 38 list id As missing an indefinite num Ler of them Are known to be dead removal of bodies was sus ended for several hours during All efforts to res be the latest survivors gave up last monday the seven told the same Story is the 12 except that they had Lope revived three Days ago when hey heard the first Distant noises if the Rescue Crew the 12 had Iven up Hope last monday the most badly off was Byron Lartin trapped alone in a pocket Only six feet Square and 75 feet Way from the others he had Nei her food nor water throughout his entombment first we heard scratch mrs and in said Miner Vernon Arry of the Rescue squad that Vas at a m we dug a Little More in the Lone there was scratching again be hollered and then we thought be head men the first voice funded like Martins we broke through and sure enough it was cabbie recovers Hollywood a actress Ebbie Reynolds recovered from Case of gastric indigestion Eady to go Back to work she was released from St Josephs Hospi Al in Burbank Friday Tinky never gave Ulley Clarke joyfully pm braces his grandson to Lions after news that the boys Claire was among seven Muneis in sued be Bleday wife of in sued Man is at left miners Weie to tapped nine Days at Springhill n s Arph Aloha Russia accuses Iran of tie up Tehran Iran saturday accused Iraq of signing n new defense pact with the United states cancelled a scheduled state visit by soviet president Klimen i Voi Shilov in retaliation the big Airliner vanishes on cuban flight n Miami Fla Cubana airlines Turbojet plane carry no 20 persons vanished saturday ight on a flight from Miami to Atadero Beach Cuba whether the four engined plane a flight mishap or was averted into rebel territory was i topic of Conj Cluie in Miami inhere several planes have been Lolen or nearly stolen by sym a liners of cuban rebel chieftain Idel Castro a coast guard plane criss crossed the Honda Straits be Ween Marathon Fla the Lane made ils last Contact with Miami aeronautical radio and cuban North coastal sort and did not report sighting by Irace of the Craft the search started after the Lane was reported Una raved at Amadeio Mote than an hour afer it was due at 5 55 p m est those aboard were believed to e 16 passengers and 4 Crew members their names were not t once available negro Vole seen rising la Softli Atlanta a the number of Southern negro voters has re gained constant since 1956 but the rend is upward and the Long Ange Prospect is for negro Regis comparable with the lilies the Southern regional ounce reports there Are an estimated iranian govern Mon stomp by denied it had conclude any defense agreement with the United Stales against ils Solc neighbor pet Sidcot Vor Shilov was scheduled to visit Tehran this fall in return for the stale visit of the Shah of iian to Moscow earlier this year the soviets in a formal note presented to the iranian foreign ministry said Vor Shilov would nol now make the visit foreign a mister a Asghar Hikmat look the soviet note under advisement but no action was expected on it until sunday when the Shah and Premier manuf Scher Eghbal return to Tehran from Gorgan where they took Par n land distribution Ceil Homes Hekmat told the Senate that Iran would never sign any Kiealy making this country a base for attack against any other Power and we have repeatedly the soviets of this both in Tehran and government sources said they were at a loss to explain the Rea sons behind the soviet note they said it was possible the russian accusations were sparked by Teh press reports which speculated that a new military pact be Ween the United Stales and the or Western iranian government lad been worked out during a re cent visit by defense Selfe tary Neil Mcelroy my of the 11 South in Stales compared with 00 two years ago the Council Aid in a Survey sports car Drivers foiled on parking Brantford ont a Small sports cars that have scampered under the Gates at the Ciplys negroes on voting per parking Pis will scamper no More the City has installed folding Gates so nothing larger than a kiddy car can enter without charge diplomats Sec in agreement to revive disarmament group United nations n y a some diplomats said saturday Ley expected agreement Here londay to revive the Dis pm Amend commission inactive or More than a year i they forecast that the general political committee iat Day would adopt an Indian Jugoslav Resolution to expand the 5nalion commission so that it Rould include All 81 u n Mem the Soviel Union has boycotted in 25nation commission on rounds communist and Neutral Oun lyrics arc outnumbered Row Cserr co Ulric on that Ody but it has said repeatedly iat it would take part in a per manent 81nalion commission Britain and the United Stales Long opposed such an Al inclusive body with the argument that it would be too unwieldy to permit effective but West Ern delegates said the iwo Powers now were willing log along with the idea provided there were proper safeguards again is the commissions becoming a year round propaganda forum the India yugoslav Resolution consent As originally submitted oct 22 members would have had the Assembly do by Cid that he commission shall Ami be composed of All the members mitc of the United the two turned in a revised ver Sion Friday night saying it should serve Only for 1959 on an and hoc special and As a commit tee of the general under the original draft the body would have been under the rules of the disarmament com Mission and any member could have got a meeting at any Lime under the new version it would be under the rules of the general Assembly and it would take the of a majority of the 81 to get a meeting Western sources said Britain the United Stales had induced sponsors to make the change they expected the two would Vole for Iho new draft republicans facing cuts in election Eton Lucr Mkelly to get Mia third hostile Congress by Douglas b Cornell Washington the adding Roar of political Cannonn no axiom the continent demo vials Appal cantly arc on the match once More to a solid precedent Nakling election Victory unless the signs ate All mid republicans hopefully chant they will come out of tuesdays balloting perhaps with More governors and almost Cuit Bunly with substantially More Sling la in Congress in place of it sent Blondet majorities they could wind something like 32 margins in both Senate and Louse dining the process democrats would be inset Ibling a new Chapot in political he Story books i wig la d Eisenhower would be ome the Fahsl pies Dent for whom he american people Ever have i dered up Whiee confesses of to opposite political Faith 1lenn seen spurned apparently the voters ate unwilling to heed his cry i hat this will mean spendthrift overpowering Fri stated stymied govern Neil by left wingers radicals and still the republicans ate Al Dong the highlights of an election completely lacking in stir Imp issues a massive parly split Thi Catena to Cost them son ale and governor seals in California and i millionaire with some Ting of lie Lucli of commoner seems Likely to recapture the now York governorship for the gop those Are the to specs a Lite Days before the election As indicated in an associated Piess tur Rev covering every stale the tills in Piesens a consensus of Lolly local analysis and Willis de Lois and newsmen Well grounded n polities reliable Pioves clonal politicians and some polls and found legs of grass Root bin lament putting it Mlo numbers demo rats have a Chance of dumping republicans from b to 12 Senate cats and netting 17 to 40 House cats or even Moie republicans can be expected to set a couple of democratic gov knots but democrats May do idler on balance in this phase f the Gam of musical chairs f they can hold on in tight races n which they now appear to have Haky advantages they could Core net gains of one to Hryce governorships in hands of Voten the outcome of course is in in hands of an estimated 48 uni on voters who will be trudging o nearly ballot boxes tuesday if their verdict is in keeping with the Lith hour read nos of the political Crystal balls in shifts which evidently Aie in be making would1 mean that the of losing of Congress and state uses would change like this would boost heir present 4147 Edge to 5739 or perhaps 6i 35 fifty will be a a Only democratic margin f 235200 would go up to possibly 275160 or perhaps even higher if there is a tremendous arty sweep a House majority nil be 219 now out umber republicans 2919 now and Lay raise the advantage to 3018 r on up to 3216 i 4power work starts Portsmouth n h eel of a nuclear powered Ballis c missile submarine was Laid saturday As the Portsmouth a Al shipyard began the1 biggest project in its history the submarine which ill Cost an estimated 100 million Ollars and take almost three cars to build was described by 10 Navy As one of the most Carsome engines of War Ever the mighty vessel will be Able i hurl the Polaris intermediate Ange ballistic missile Miles a target Driver killed Ravenswood w a up Robert Bradshaw 45 of Skalo Karia wha county was filled Early saturday when his no Mobile left w a 2 near Ere Anil overturned

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