Cumberland Times in Cumberland, Maryland 16 Nov 1958
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Cumberland Times (Newspaper) - November 16, 1958, Cumberland, MarylandBerlin Airlift set in russian threat the weather 4 Mim Hilr m to 42 dw4y cwt a six sections c11iajrea Mew Gmucs family vol 316 Unm Cumberland Maryland sunday november 16 1958 prick fifteen cents rejects red test ban West allies action seen in blockade trucks met by soviet guards at Berlin Borders Joseph b Fleming Berlin up the Western will not try to Force their Way to Berlin through East Ger Man Highway but will take to die air again if the russians Damp new blockade on the Kola Ted Western outpost informed diplomatic sources said saturday the u s army was reported preparing to test soviet intentions toward Berlin in the Wake of the Moscow inspired demands thai the West get out of the City soviet Border guards barred three u s military trucks from leaving Berlin for West Germany 110 Miles away unless they sub Mitt Ditota search the Soldier Drivers refused and the trucks were held for nearly nine hours before returning to Berlin the u s rejected the soviet demands for the right to search army trucks in a verbal protest delivered to he soviet army Headquarters in East Berlin Fri Day night planned the soviet action was Rem Ini Kent of the beginning of the communist blockade of Berlin in 194849 informed sources said the army planned to Send out a test Convoy to see whether the communists would insist they be before being permitted Iio Cross East Germany of a possible Block off by Premier Nikita s Khrushchev statement monday that the soviets would turn Over control of the Allied land canal and air lifelines Between Berlin and the West to the East German regime the Western Powers do not recognize the communist East German government would Fly in the diplomatic sources said american British and French convoys would turn Back rather than submit to East German con and supplies would be Fer ried in by air to Berlin a state department spokesman in Washington said last week the United states had 600 Fouren med transports immediately available if the communists tried to blockade West Berlin no interference by the communists with traffic to and from Berlin was reported up to noon saturday american officials said four military trams crossed the Borders without any trouble two Nebraska scores first University of Nebraska left end Michael Eger snatches the Ball for Nebraska first touchdown in second Quarter of game with University of Pittsburgh yesterday Larry Naviaux threw Vineyard pass Pitts Joe scisly 36 moves in Nebraska upset the Pitt powerhouse 14 to in contest a Lincoln labor chiefs n Argentina delay strike Buenos Argentina of 62 big labor in on saturday postponed a Genera Trike marking another Victory or president Arthuro Fronius hotly pressed regime but there shall was plenty of la Lor unrest politics still was at i lolling Point after last weeks re med attempt at a Palace coup ind the government threatened martial Law the 62 unions whose members include Many followers of ouse dictator Peron had Callei 48hour strike for next thurs arrived in West Berlin from West unions have postponed but not yet Germany and two arrived in the West from Berlin producer cant say if junking due for movie Palm Springs Calif Small producer of Tyrone Powers last movie Sale saturday it is too Early to deter mine whether the film Solomon and will have to be junked because of Powers Sud Den death twas about com Small said we started shooting sept is and planned to finish dec he said films sometime can be completed by a double if All closeups have been made Bruce returning to Post in Bonn Washington k e Bruce u s ambassador to West Germany is cutting Short his stay Here he plans to return to Bonn tuesday informed sources said saturday bruces decision was due to communist actions which have raised new tensions Bruce arrived Here week ago for consultation with Secretary of stale Dulles and other officials he has a conference scheduled with president Eisenhower Mon Day morning negro awaits trial for killing women Richmond a up wit Liam Brown 56yotrold negro drifter was placed in the Virginia the strike was to protest the Ising Cost of living the govern nent had warned the unions Noi o strike reminding the leaders Argentina is under a lege while victorious in Buenos Aires be administration still faced a sea f troubles in the Petroleum Indus by a strike of Petroleum workers moved into its 15th Day in the Oil producing prov me of Komendo a leaders of the country Oil cancelled plans for a nationwide strike the Oil workers Are protesting Frondizi plan to Call in Ameri can and other foreign capital to bail out the floundering Oil Indus try they want Argentina alone to develop the nationalized Industry on front vice pres ident Alejandro Gomez stubbornly refused to resign after being accused of trying to Engineer a coup last week to unseat Frondizi Only six months in office two boys jailed for mans death St marys w a up two juveniles charged with the murder of a 66yearold Pleasants county Man have been bound Over for action of the january grand jury and Are being held in jail Here without Bond authorities said saturday the youths were James Edward to Ley 14yearold son of lev j Boley who was shot in the Back and Aaron Smith 16 a neigh Bor Bengali stand alone on top of Grid Heap bed corr1gan Pwu writer the Bubble burst saturday am rut Gen came floating Back t Earth the Scarlet who started All the four major to and radio net the fall hysteria Back in 1869works talked saturday to try to avoid a strike set for Midnight saturday were beaten by the Quantico Marmes for their first loss after High consecutive victories t the scorewas1312 but there was a mitigating circumstance saying for years at new Brunswick that the Stor might have been different had Rutgers not been deprived of the services of ils Ace Back Bill was out an in jury so now there is Only one in Defeated lied major team in Thi country that Louisiana state to 1 team in the Ress poll this week the bengals rom the Bayou played Mississipp slate in a night game the undefeated but tied list also was trimmed by one but it really didst have too much significance Owa ranked no 2behind leu Ost to Ohio state3828 but the Hawk eyes already have clinched the big tens Rose bowl berth the of the undefeated but tied club came through unscathed As the season rushed into the Home stretch army no trounced Villano a 260 Auburn no 4 showed More than usual Power in defeat no Georgia 216 and the air Force Academy no 10 downed Wyo Ming 216 notre Dame an Tennessee two outfits that appeared to be taking i straight course to oblivion last week arrived on the scene alive my kicking notre Dame snapped North Carolinas winning Streak Al in with a 3424 decision chinese reds claim biggest Furnace due Tokyo aired China says a blast Furnace bigger than any n the United states or Britain into operation Jan 1 in Inshan steel Center of Northeast China piping radio suggested that even at the Start the Furnace Ould have a daily output of Well ver tons doctor denies boy spilled Cobalt 00 Tyler Tex api Johnny and As Many business houses Pierce lounged in Mother Frances Hospital saturday for extensive ests after he said he upset radio Active liquid Cobalt on his hands or Gold teders statement said we Are positive this substance was not Cobalt boy and mils he get any Cobalt jut a health authority disputed from Canada or anywhere else his Story we Ardef the opinion that he was unit issued a formal statement declaring Pierce 19 was con Lam rated in some Way Wilh Radium not Cobalt but the doctor did not dispute stale penile Liary pc sturday to earlier statements by himself the await trial for the merciless Energy commission and ing of two while women in their stale he ally authorities that Pierce or Jesse Gold Cdr director of with Radium in some he Tylersmith county health Way we arc still investigating Pierce is an xray at Mother Frances Hospital the doctor said additional Inspru strike slated hit major to networks new York api negotiators there were no indications Progress toward a settlement the Union said a strike woul Knock out 90 per cent of the Liv to and radio network shows i said All entertainers i Ludig actors equity the amen can Guild of variety artists the screen actors Guild and the american Guild of musical artists supporting the strike however the networks have pre cared for such a strike by tape and rerecording major shows one spokesman said the strik could last a week without the Gen Era Public missing Many of the favorite shows the aft a contract was to expire at Midnight with the Ameri an broadcasting co the Colum a broadcasting system the my Ual broadcasting system and the National broadcasting co Abc lbs and Abc have both Radii and to outlets Mutual has Only radio the networks were reported to Lave asked George Meany presi Dent of the Falcio to intervene Heany was said to have replies hat bargaining should while longer before he would step i aft a seeks wage increases and other con rave rial of which is a rate sched ule for Union members whose per a romances Are reproduced on the new video tape it would include sliding scale of payments for each time in tape is televise Afler the original showing present wage Scales have not been disclosed seven lost after leap from plane Hunt pushed for airmen in rugged Mountain sector bulletin Huntsville Utah a Keren miming hey furn Chut de fran n Clis plane Friday night were found sat urday night in rugged mount anti Trout z5 mlle end of Hund Ivylle by Jerry Trapp Huntsville Utah a hint of Clearing but colder weather sent searchers Back into Snow mountains late saturday in an attempt to find seven me who parachuted from a Clippie air Foice c119 cargo plane to eighth jumper was found Frida night they hoped to get the men of of the to Moun ams of the Monte Cristo rang before Nightfall temperature were expected to Range Down t 1q degrees the forecast was of Uler mittens Snow horsemen join search the estimated 100 sea ichor were augmented by 10 horsemen they also had four tracked be hides specially designed for trav Eling through Snow a sudden overnight slim Lei Snow Waist High in the mountains t was in inches deep at search Lead quarters jacks Shack ivern in this Northern ulan Moun Tain town 1 the search area Midway for the american Between Evanston arid of television and Ridlon artiste wild Brown credits Harriman for election help Albany n y is Edmund g pal Brown said saturday that he had cd part of gov Averell Harri mans new York program to gain Lection on the West coast it sure helped me in my elec Brown old reporters at a ices conference in the Capitol then he turned to Harriman to was silting at his Side and added but it didst seem to icly you Harriman made no reply the sew York governor made a bid or reelection but lost by a half million Ole margin to Republic an Nelson a Rockefeller Den Utah about 60 air mile apart the one Man found was the Lane commander capt Harry 0 Blount 33 Clearfield Utah searching jeep found him Las Midnight he was bundled in i Parachute trying to shelter him self from the storm beneath a tree he was about 12 Miles Northeast of Huntsville Blount remained with the searching parties until noon when they brought him to search head quarters he appeared completely exhausted and near tears As he told of efforts to pm four other members of his Crew and three passengers they certainly were not dressed for this kind of weather and did not have survival in said he said All of them like himself wore Only Light summer one piece flying suits he said his plane had been in lie air a hours and was nearing Huntsville almost to its Home Leld at the right engine suddenly quit he was at feet but he knew he still lad the Wasatch mountains to Cross so he ordered the men to jump was last to leap he said they All left the plane within five or six minutes and he thought they would be spread Over a 10 to 20mile area the others jumped Blount leaded the plane North put it on automatic Pilot and also hit the silk the plane flew unattended for 50 Miles and crashed near Swan Valley in Eastern Idaho the plane snarled its flight at and stopped to Eucl at Brooks Field Tex flood Waters recede rov1go Italy up Low a sudden decrease in wind and rain in the to Valley n saturday enabled workmen to watch levees burst by rising Waers which have driven per on from their Homes this week curly riles held ments arc being sent Here further tests for Boston Tupi nearly one million persons Many of them i Btu ttuiuv1i i Llull oleic Iii til Iii Dutilh 11iuc1 11101 i v u i to 111u11 Al y i Home Bowling Green a contaminated a dozen persons Cobalt by mail for or Goldfeder said his first info weeping lined eight Miles of mation was that Pierce had Obs treets saturday for a final Tri lain cd a Quantity of to their old political Chain Pion James Michael Curley an hour before Dea thador Tyrone Power works on movie set Solomon Lieba in at Darld Spain you siriday morning an hour before he died of a heart attack at rear is Gina Lollobrigida Hii costar in film Story it Bottom m Wie Moi tin Njika from Hilt pontiff due to act 4i on Cardinal College Vatican City in Vatican circles that Pope John Xxiii will Call i Ebnit Itury perhaps by Christmas to bolster the thinned and Ign ranks of the College of cardinals the sacred Wilh 70 members when at full in Rengh now has 17 vacancies the Iver age age of the cardinals left to Bear Tom adminis Vallve Burden of the roman Catholic Church is 73 two deaths in the past six months have Cut the grilled slate cardinals Down to two Britain a none neither has Austria Maxi i wilh23 million catholics and the Philippines with 17 million Neve have Hada prince1 of the Church storm rakes West coast boat upsets los Angeles a sixty mile an hour winds lashed Thi Mulhern California coast slur a churning up 12 to 20 Foo Wells that Sank three Small ves Els three men Are missing a 45 foot fishing boat Dorothy capsized nine Miles South o in los Angeles Harbor breakwater Thiee men were saved Anc Iree Are missing a Cabin Cruiser was swept into sea Cave in the Cliffs near san Iago one passenger scaled Iff for help and four others Hud led on a their break apart in the raging rescuers saved them the fierce winds uprooted times rocked Power lines felled Tele Ion Elines and shattered plate ass windows in scores of Sou Hern Alifornia communities Tiree selected n space Agency London dutchman Merican and a russian were awed saturday to head the inner Lional committee on space re Earch a nongovernmental body Nown As compar its Job is to coordinate space a Constitution charter id rules were agreed to Al the inning meeting last week Van Der Hulst of the Neth lands was named Union presi ent with e k Fedorov of he evict Academy of be presidents most of the speculation Here a been that the nov 4 will name nine or 16 Hal ians and seven or eight no Hal ans for Elevation to the purple among these last might be the Church first negro Cardinal to represent what the Church has called its blossoming Black Flower of increasing catholicism in Africa he Mig it be Grayhair msgr Joseph Kiwa Riuka 60 archbishop of Maska was consecrated Bishop by the late Pope plus Xii in St Peters Basilica in 939 the ranks of United Stales cardinals were reduced by the deaths of Samuel Cardinal Ishop of Chicago May 27 and Edward Cardinal Mooney Arch Ishop of Del Oil oct 25 Only a new hours before the opening of he conclave which Giuseppe Cardinal Roncalli As the new Pope there is no Way to know How Many new United states cardinals he Pope might nominate much Ess who they might be deportation London up the daily sex Iress atomic spy Claus fuck is almost certainly will w Albert Noyes of the be deported As an undesirable Ali University of Rochester Asen when he is released from Pris m in seven months Tyrone Power Dies Iii Spain stricken during movie Duel Madrid Spain scene with George Sanders 52 a just in front of Powers dressing no apr Urac Tripton kit Nin Tiia Imla pan was stricken saturday by movie Veteran Sanders playing heart attack at the height of a be Ling scene on a movie set and cd an hour later the dark handsome stage and Creon Star was 45 potters death was a tragic Dup cat of that of his actor father Rederick Tyrone Power who was i Rickun fatally on a Hollywood movie set in 1931 a virtual stranger in recent ears to Hollywood where he made is Fame and Fortune Power was Pany Miro was called Ore for he filming of Solomon Ina Tollof Trigida the role of Solomons older brother was to be killed in the Duel during the filming Power complained of a pain in his left Arm and Abdomen the pain had been recurring for several Days he suddenly broke off the action lit a cig Aret and said then he walked to his dressing room on the Sci and the Corn ten minutes later is stunned Richmond took Power to the hos room director King Vidor halted shooting Spanish extras left the scene solemnly the entire staff was shaken when the news came that Power was dead Richmond was at Powers bed Side when death came he then Ive got to Stop i dont feel Eft to Tell Powers third wife the former mrs a Borna Minardos 26 married to Power Early this year she is expecting a child in february i soviet bid rapped As pig in five Point Phi y aired by j 4 Al Geneva Parley by John m Washington United Stales rejected saturday Slas proposed five Point treaty Lor ending nuclear it declared the soviet Union ask ing this country to buy api la a the main intent of the soviet draft the slate depart Mcnol declared is to ugh Cement on a permanent ton of nuclear weapons lasts with out tin agreement being reached on a control system necessary to verify the paper pledge so 1mk in 1nke in effect the soviet Union is asking the United slates to buy a pig in a the statement asserted the United states in ready and will Jig to make an agreement i talks now under Way at Geneva on Dis continuing the tailing of nuclear weapons if the agreement specifically spells out the details of in adequate control system the statement issued Hert few Houis after the soviets announced the introduction m the proposed treaty it the Geneva the United Stales Britaina Drussia the worlds nuclear Powers Art represented Tefere s u summary of hit five Agency f Tig treaty commit Mij free Powers to conduct no weapons after their agree ment was signed it also provided that they would agree to set up control machinery within i network of control poets it appeared that the agree ment Hillin tests would become fee calve before the control a Alnery could be established seek similar pledge other provisions called for the tree Powers get other nations adopt commitments or of control oils on the territories of the Poto is and for no time limit to be laced on the discontinuance of a sting the treaty proposal and in inert states declaration that it it acceptable meant that the be Eva talks Are Lillas deadlocked they were when they began to weeks ago by Rustia Een at Geneva Geneva ates sought saturday neg Tufo determine whether the re trying to an form two International Conj frences in Geneva into Ower foreign ministers meeting to the russians privately denied Uch an intention u was Clear that the subject has not Een raised inside the conference horns Liat because the talks on nuclear is suspension and ack problems ire both docked some observers iat soviet foreign Rei Gromyko Secretary tit ate Dulles and British foreign Secretary Selwyn Lloyd might eed to turn up before the Nigo talons can gel rolling As an indication of the Lack it Progress so far radio Utu Day night broadcast five Point soviet plan for nuclear test Spon Sions identical to the ent introduced by soviet Deb ate Simyon Tsarapkin on pining Day of the Clear talks oct 31 Caracas attempt Caracas Venezuela if Ense ministry spokesman mid n plot to overthrow the for Ament was nipped with the or St of half a dozen Arm irly saturday other dissident officers Art by g sought he r the alleged plot was exposed is than 18 hours after civilian dear Sanabria assumed Leader in of the government paced rear Arrazabel who resigned to run r president boys win team Powers previous marriages lowest virginians Defeated Young and Shoba Wilh italian actress actors blood aside French actress Annabella sumlers from four other Stales sit in 4h club livestock Judi actress Linda Christian ended at the Eastern National in the role of Solomon Power Ellal in miss Lollobrigida Mari Lio cd up on the set for a dueling cedes Sedan which was parked divorce v Stock show i
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