Cumberland Times in Cumberland, Maryland 5 Oct 1958
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Cumberland Times (Newspaper) - October 05, 1958, Cumberland, MarylandMe weather fair in after Nom tomorrow six sections general 1 v Cit area news sports comics family weekly 274 Cumberland Maryland sunday october 5 1958 Price fifteen cents Green gets Rebii Keon Illg Julie Shohig anger in answer sees no Retreat by John m Hightower Washington Eisenhower hotly rebuking i critics said confidently saturday night that allies abroad and a United people at Home will support United states if a Formos Strait War is forced upon it Eisenhower told democratic chairman Theodore f Green o the Senate foreign relations com that predictions of disunity such a Green Bai mad would embolden our enemies an make almost inevitable the con flirt which i am sure we hot week to the president wrote Green tha most of this country allies do no oppose a policy of firmness Mand Ingup to communist Mill tary pressures he said they woul be appalled if the United states were spineless by to Retreat before the threat of sin soviet Annex Eisenhower set Forth these View in a letter made Public by the White House replying to criticism of administration policy in the Formosa Strait expressed by Green in a letter to Eisenhower the 81yearold Rhode Island senator had warned of division at Home and abroad if the administration persisted in a course of firm up port for the chinese defense of the Quesnoy and Matsu coastal islands in a speech tuesday at fro i Dence Green contended the Eisenhower policy was not sup ported by a 1955 congressional Resolution authorizing use of armed forces to help defend for Mosa seat of Chiang Kaish eks nationalist government the tone of Eisenhower reply was brusque and at times Almai publication of the letter left no doubt that he aimed it for a wide audience of both critics and sup porters and that he wanted the communists to know of pressed conviction that if War come the present debate Over Formosa policy will disappear in National Unity is haul sew Row Eisenhower had no sooner an Green than he plea from to House democrats to Call a special session of Congress to help work out a new Formosa policy that the american people Ean believe the democrats said a d found the great majority of their constituents were deeply disturbed by the administrations policy toward the Chiang Kai Xheka nationalist held Quemoy and Matsu islands signers of the Telegram were reps John a Blatnik Charles a Boyle Frank Chelf Edith Green Chat Holifield Eugene j Mccarthy Henry s Reuss James Roosevelt Frank Thompsonjr and Charles a Vanik Elvis gels pass to visit father at German spa bad Homburg Germany to Presley got his first army pass in Germany saturday for a reunion with his father in this quiet German spa there arc Many pensioners and few teenagers Here so arrival of the sol Dier in bad Homburg Swan Kiest hotel went almost unnoticed the 23yearold Rock v Roll Singer arrived Friday at Ray a 3rd armoured div in the rolling hessian Hills at Friedberg North of Frankfurt his father and grandmother arrived saturday by plane from the United slates mail Box robberies top criminal cases s Maryland Back Usry 40 Clemson halfback knocks Gene Verardi 31 Maryland halfback off balance in sending him Down after a three Yard gain it second period of game yesterday at College Park Clemson won 8 to 0 Faibus gets verbal blast by Mitchell Madison n j up secret labor James p Milchel took a slap at Arkansas gov Orval Faubio saturday in assail ing Job discrimination As waste Rul Seiw Leaa and Mitchell said in a speech at Fairleigh Dickinso College that the education of the people who slammed the doors shut Down in Itolle Rock apparently was allure in another obvious reference to a bus Nosay and Virginia gov j the labor Secretary said it was vital for America to remove Job barriers erected because of race or re Ilion i am not sure How you con Vince people of this Mitch Ell said when the highest elected official of a state takes extra Ordinary measures to frustrate the Law of the land i feel certain that somewhere n the education of people like hat they read the Constitution and the Bill of rights but apparently they either dont believe it t they dont want to believe in added Mitchell said the nation would need every available worker to meet an expected shortage of killed technicians and craftsmen n the years ahead the Cabinet official who was awarded an honorary degree by he University said Many youths Oday Are Only half educated because they did not receive moral guidance in school sugar Kings son succumbs at 86 san Mateo Calif w re Olph Spreckles retired financier Edson of sugar King Claus a wreck los died in his apartment saturday following a lengthy ill Ess he was 86 Spreckles retired from his a hrs sugar business at the age i 26 As a millionaire he was a Friend of Theodore Voo Sevelt and led a fight against corruption in san Francisco in 90fi 1 top 10 suffer Notredame Given scare by will gr1msley Preu Sparta writer close squeaks and tie games slowed the Advance saturday of the nations ranking College foot Ball Powers two of the top 10 teams in the associated press poll suffered unexpected draws other High placed favourites including okla homa and notre Dame were pressed to win Michigan state fell behind its traditional rival in the first half and had to spurt to gain a 1212 tie Luna was held to a 1313 stalemate by the Young air Force Academy team even mighty Oklahoma no 1 in the associated press weekly poll had its frightening moments the sooner playing before 700 at Norman pushed Over a touchdown in the second period and then held on grimly for a 60 Squeaker Over Oregon the Auburn plainsman defend no National champions and no 2 in the poll had Only a 128 Lead Over Little Chattanooga going into missiles set to repel Vejl red aircraft Taipei Formosa Nike Hercules battalion with its deadly Tat petted to reach Formosa wednes Day to help guard nationalist Chi a against communist bombing attack k will come during a period of concern about the possibility of new red chinese air assaults against nationalist cargo planes air dropping supplies to blockaded Quemoy the Nike Hercules is a ground to air missile that can be fired effectively 75 to 100 Miles at speeds greater than sound it has the Cap ability of seeking out and destroy ing an Aerial target despite Eva Sive action its potential will help free More nationalist aircraft for use if Nec Essary against More than 500 red starredm1g fighters poised on advanced Mainland bases four attacked and heavily damaged a nationalist c46 transport Over Quemoy Friday there is fear the Swift Low level attacks will be repeated in the future As the air drop program grows strengthening this belief was a statement by Ango Tai Eisenhower told Heath is excellent Tesu Bert head of Hospital says after Check the final period but the Auburn Nead 0 nationalist chivas Pri men added 18 Points for a 308 Triumph it was their Isth in a Row the nations longest major Streak heavily favored Ohio slate no 3 converted two break Sinto touchdowns for a 127 decision Over the Washington huskies notre Dame won in the final period Over Southern methodist 14 to 6 Clemson edged Maryland 8 to 0 and Indiana squeaked past West Virginia 13 to 12 while Pitt de rated Minnesota to 7 China red Boss said in excellent health piping peo pies daily said saturday red Hina chairman Mae Tzejung is n excellent health there have been recurrent mors thai Mao is in poor health the health report in the official communist party newspaper was included in a detailed account of Jaos three week inspection trip through China last month Pope Pius suffers attack of hiccups cast Al Gandolfo Italy Pius Xii was afflicted saturday by gastritis and Hie ailments that dangerously weakened him four years ago the current old during an audience at his Washington Box Ummer residence Here was thefts continue to top the list of criminal offences postal service against the chief postal inspector David h Stephens reported saturday that the inspection service made arrests for mail crime in the Fis Cal year ending last june 30 and obtained convictions in per cent of the cases brought to trial described As a slight attack while no undue concern was expressed for the 82yearold head of the roman Catholic Church precautions were taken both be cause of his advanced be cause of a state of fatigue this resulted from two of in Tensive work during which he held almost daily the Popes condition was noted saturday by his private physician prof Riccardo Galeazzi Lisi who urged the pontiff to Cut the length of an address to plastic surgeons the Pope did so during the address nevertheless he was clearly bothered by hiccups several times four ago a Long attack of hiccups that made it difficult for him to eat sapped the pontiffs strength at one time it caused concern for his life the Pope rallied and recovered since then he built up his weight and strength and Lias continued an intensive schedule of work Valley owned Fashing airlines he said he thought the unarmed Foshing by Calalina that disappeared Friday 60 Miles from Formosa was shot Down by migs h was in route from the offshore Island of Matsu with four Ameri cans and seven chinese aboard when it disappeared soviet claims sputnik Lead Beijing boosted Moscow if the soviet Union claimed saturday itis widening its Lead Over the United states in the space Field the boast was made in marking the first anniversary of sputnik i newspapers were flooded with articles praising soviet triumphs with satellites efforts were ridiculed results the past year Are convincing evidence that the Gap be Lweyn the soviets and americans Tias not lessened but on the contrary has wrote v Dobron Savov a top scientist Canadian polio Deal Lis above total for 1957 Ottawa persons have died of polio in Canada this to sept compared to seven during the same per Iod last year the health Depaul mint announced saturday the number of cases has increased to 151 from 134 in 39s7 to get award Washington up the american ordnance Assn announced saturday it will award its Crozier Gold medal to maj Gen Ohn b Medaris head of the army ordnance missile command at Huntsville Ala m 3 Washington Eisenhower doctors told him saturday he is in excellent health after three major illnesses u he nears his 68th birthday All smiles the checked out of Walter Reed army Hospital in the Early afternoon on completion of his annual full Phy Sical checkup he hustled straight to burning tree club in nearby Maryland for a round of Golf in Beautiful autumn weather duh report on the medi Cal examination of Eisenhower whose birth anniversary is oct 14 was unusually terse in con Trast with previous bulletins in similar circumstances it provided no detail the president underwent Complete physical examination which included barium studies of the gastrointestinal tract and appropriate Laboratory tests at Wal Ter Reed army Hospital on oct j4 the report said the results of these Alli Clu Sive studies show that the presi Dent continues to maintain an excellent state of the bulletin wat issued at the White House Over the signatures of maj Gen Leonard d Hecton Walter Reed commandant am Gen Howard m Snyder Eisenhower personal physician As Eisenhower left the Hospital after an overnight stay reporters asked Heaton How the teats had turned out if the said Hea ton Whin june 19s6 performed major surgery on Eisenhower for ileitis the surgery bypassed a partial obstruction the Small intestine the barium studies in this lat est examination give the doctors information through xray and fluoroscopic studies of the opera Tion of the intestinal tract Eisenhower other major ill Nesses in the were a heart last three years attack sept 24 1955 and a slight stroke last nov 25 the stroke affected his speech for a while seven perish in Home fire Indiana Paap fire touched off by exploding Kero Sene swept a two Story Brick Home saturday and fatally burned an unemployed Coal wife and five of their seven Chil Dren the victims were Clair Kinter 49 of nearby Clymer his wife Jennie 39 and these children Peggy Ann 14 Virginia 13 James 6 june 7 and Ruth s another daughter Linda 10 was rescued by an Erie Man who was visiting a neigh Bor of the Winters major Brush Blaze rages uncontrolled Monrovia Calif cup a major Brush fire started by two Small boys playing with matches spread to More than acres saturday night As it roared info its fourth night still uncontrolled it was the biggest of numerous Brush fires in heat stricken South Ern California Board Jet airline pc passengers wave As they Board British Comet in Jet Airliner at London Airport yesterday on first Jet flight for far paying passengers across Atlantic another Comet broke record on new York to London trip yesterday m Hie Max Rode front gis leave Lebanon anti Shmusk Cyprus Hunt v j famagusta Cyprus a British troops rounded up Hundred of greek in search of the terrorist slayers1 of a British housewife three greek cypriots died during the an official statement saturday nigh said 630 persons were arrested in the Roundup and 250 greek cypriots were injured 16 seriously enough to require Hospi Al care greek cyp nol mayor fired off animate note of protest to British gov sir Hugh oot accusing the troops of in discriminate vengeful attacks against innocent he said searching troops had battered Down smashed windows and ransacked houses in their Earch for the three Youthful terrorists presumably members of the greek terrorist organization Ioka the youths shot and killed he British Mother of five children ind wounded another woman in a shopping District Friday the British claim both were shot in he Back Pacific storm perils Mexico san Francisco up a air inane churned across the Pacific toward the Mexico coast saturday with winds estimated at More than 85 Miles an hour near he Center the weather Bureau a Hurricane advisory said the torm was located 80 nautical Miles South Southeast of los Vochis Mexico and moving to Ward the North Northeast at 16 Miles an hour Beirut Lebanon a the first soldiers to leave Leb anon by ship boarded a Trao spor saturday in Beirut tense Dock area where government opponents Manning antitank bar Kades the support troops Are expected to sail sunday or monday for Bremerhaven Germany this will leave american troops n the Beirut area compared with at Peak strength ther last pulled out earlier in the week despite new ical kidnappings and other signs of growing tension the United states still plans to have All its orces out of Lebanon by the end of this month the transport Eltinge could see a vivid demonstration of the mob Rule still prevailing 11 Days after the makeover by president Fuad Che habs new government women and children of the Christian Pha la Gist party stood at barricades Only a Block or so from the Dock halting traffic and preventing workers from reaching their jobs some army trucks were stopped but there were no Inci dents the women and children armed with Sticks and stones lasted the tracks Good Nat redly then waved them on the phalanges is were blocking roads to Cut off their part of the capital including the vital port area from the rest of Beirut apparently women and children were used for the Job because government Security forces Hesti ate to move against them with tanks several Phala Gist men were killed in clashes with the government troops last week an american embassy spokes Man told a news conference sat urday the government still has not made a formal request for All orces to withdraw compliment males Tokyo up four asian Beauty Queens who reigned at the Pacific festival in san Francisco said saturday american men Are the most Friendly and courteous hey Ever have met two new Legal moves taken for opening schools in Dixie in the Assoc Otto the Federal government and the National Assn for the Advance ment of coloured people saturday aimed two new Legal moves at Arkansas and Virginia where schools have been closed to Block integration in a Friend of the court Brief the government asked the 81 h circuit court of appeals in St Louis to Grant an a act request for an injunction against leasing of Little Rock schools to a private corporation for operation on a segregated the a act began a move to have Federal courts reopen schools which were closed after they were ordered to integrate the St Louis court will meet monday to consider the a act petition for an injunction against leasing Little Rock High schools to a private corporation gov Orval k faunas vowed Friday the schools will never be reopened except on a segregated basis reopening of the High schools on a segregated basis would inflict an irreparable injury on the nation As a the government Brief said it urged the court to enter a comprehensive injunction which will in specific terms enjoin any and All persons whether they he Public officials or private Indi three Virginia or organizations from Tak ing any action in or out of the schools which would have the effect of denying impairing or Hin Dering the rights of negro Chil Dren holding that the plan to lease the Little Rock High schools for segregated private operation is invalid the government Brief also declared it is As Plain As Day that there is no alternative to compliance with the Law and that no schemes or devices for operating Public schools on a segregated basis Enn Hope to Virginia gov j Lindsay Al mond closed schools in Char Zoltes Villa Norfolk and Warren county after they were ordered by Tran Ocean record set by British j Boac Craft beat airline with Atlantic Crossings new York British air liners ushered in the Jet age of transatlantic passenger plane travel saturday one ship a de Havilland Comet in of air ways set a record time for a transatlantic passenger plane streaking across the Miles from new York Tolo Odon in s hours 12 minutes a sister which stopped refuelling at Gander fld made the Londo Tonew York trip in 10 hours 20 minutes u s Flam trip what the British failed to do on water a few Days ago in the americas cup yacht races they did in the air beat the Ameri pan american world airways which had boasted that its bigger faster Boeing 707 would Start the worlds first commercial Jet flights across the Atlantic plans to Send up its first Jet night be tween new York Paris and Rome oct 26 Boac had its giant new Jet transports winging each Way be tween new York and London with in a few hours after All red tape was cleared to permit such flights the eastbound Comet averaged 590 with a top Speed of 640 nonstop to London is expected to average about 6 hours by Jet Piston engine Craft take about Lui hours the Westward trip will take a Little longer because of headwinds jets will make this Loo about 40 per cent faster than other Craft Boac said the jetliners Are equipped to carry 48 passengers and that fares would be the same As first class and de luxe fares on Ordinary planes these Are f 783 roundtrip first class and 873 de each of the historic flights car ried a number of paying Passen Gers some of whom had put in ids for the inaugural flights years ago sir Gerard a Erlanger chair Man of Boac one of those on the westbound flight brought a letter rom the lord mayor of London to new York City mayor Robert f Wagner shatters old record the Bravo clipped 15 min ties off the previous record set almost two months by a Comet it also beat b3 four minutes a rec Ord also by a Comet for a Westward flight from Britain to America the two ships passed seven Miles above the Atlantic Miles from London but they never saw each other they were 0 Miles apart passengers on the plane arriving in new York said the night was de luxe in every respect they were served Champagne Obster Steak and pheasant aboard he ship typhoon blamed for Tivo deaths in Jap capital Tokyo Ida the Tiller pm that racked Japan ast week was blamed for two More deaths saturday police said a factory worker ook his two daughters by the hands and leaped in front of a massing train the Man and one Hild were killed officers said an investigation How cd the Man had become pendent after his few belongings vere swept away in the floods accompanying the typhoon tails widow buried Vear suburban Home Cincinnati Bowers a mrs Taft widow of in Robert a Taft was buried saturday beside her husband not a from their Home in suburban Indian Hill the service in the Small Indian Mil Church was conducted by the lev Luther Tucker who office Ted at sen tafts funeral in the ame place Over five years ago schedule Alom test Las vegas Nev up atomic Energy commission ago officials have announced that an underground atomic test shot Nick named has been Federal courts to integrate scheduled for wednesday
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