Cumberland Times in Cumberland, Maryland
12 Oct 1958

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12 Oct 1958

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Cumberland Times (Newspaper) - October 12, 1958, Cumberland, MarylandThe weather six general features cirit Cit area news sports comics family weekly vol 281 Cumberland Maryland sunday october 12 1958 f Price fifteen cents r Stream of humanity files past Popes Bier m burial set tomorrow in Basilica cardinals to meet october 25 to name Pius Xii successor Vatican City a a Sor rowing 20footwide Stream of he flowed through St Peter Basilica saturday in final tribute to Pope Pius Xii Many wept a his Bier hundreds of thousands from Many lands filed shoulder to shoulder past the body of roman catholicism 261st supreme pin Tiff to be buried late monday in Marble sarcophagus in the Grotto beneath the Basilica the 262nd pontiff is to be elect by princes of the Church in a conclave opening saturday oct 15 at the sistine Chapel the 1 cardinals now at the Vatican be that Date for convening All pos Aible members of the 55member College of cardinals to name the to the Man known As the Pope of peace six foot Ca Falque draped in Brilliant red All thai was mortal of Pope Pius rested on a Sinfo thigh cat Falque sur rounded by 24 lighted candles a Golden Bishops Miter on his head glinted in the candlelight some of the Sunshine that through the windows of the Basilicas massive dome the opening of the Side doors Al Dawn to admit the Public signalled the beginning of a nine Day period of mourning to include daily re Quiem masses in the the first was conducted by the titular archbishop of Porfi Reone Peter Canisius Vanlierde of Liege Bel Gium requiem masses will be celebrated around the world Sun Day men women and children filed into the Cool hushed Basilica from Bright warm Sunshine fountains played in St Peters Square Sou Venir shops around the Square did a Rushing business Selling Post cards picturing the late Pope inside there was a scarcely audible murmur the shuffle of Many feet and an occasional whispered comment Farrak re nor the 16 cardinals who decided in the funeral arrangements and the Date for the electoral conclave also ceremoniously broke the fish ermans ring which was the sym Bol of the authority of Pius Xii Over the worlds half billion Cath Olics it was a Gold band engraved with the likeness of Peter thei army fires rocket through line army halfback Pete pops an Eye at notre Dame tacklers after he rockets through the line during yesterdays game at South fiend ind ready to pin Down the flying Cadet Are notre Dames Center Myron Pottios and tackle Don Lawrence near play Are Irish Back Don White 6 and army end Monty Stickles cadets won 142 with Dawkins in the leading role sooner beaten army tops Irish by de Corrigan associated press writer the Bubble of invincibility burst saturday for mighty Oklahoma and storied notre Dame for the sooner defeat came rom an unexpected source Texas of the Southwest Confer Nee the longhorns made Good n a desperation drive in the last minutes to Down Bud Wil i sons legions 1514 for notre Dame the defeat was of quite so stunning army pos ably the class of the he Irish tumbling 142 after be no in command All the Way Good Day East it was a Good Day too for East in football in general in recent a cads the Section has been Rel gated to a Back scat in the Naonal rankings not Only did army whip notre ame but Navy which had been a tested until now look the Mas re of Michigan 2014 to run its a beaten string to 11 games birth rate dip noted for Washington unofficial population research group said saturday a recession in births is underway that May give the nation a badly needed breathing spell from the postwar baby Boom population reference Bureau inc reported in its monthly bulletin the u s birth rate began a nine month decline last november thai probably would continue into 19s9 soviets say attache stole letter e k u Moscow up the official Michigan stat tied by of the c o m m u n i s an last to give give in Midwest some Solace by pol Hing of Pitt 228 Ohio state and Wisconsin of pc of More big 10 Power ousts and ranked nos 5 and 6 first Pope and the name of its wearer it was removed from the Popes hand in his Dalh Cham Ber at Castel Gandolfo thursday a new Fisherman ring will be placed on the right hand of the next Pope immediately after he accepts election from the conclave of cardinals in the a Pool came through As expected copter saves 116 on vessel Hong Kong up the Cruiser Helena Flag ship of the mighty 7th Fleet arrived Here saturday with 116 passengers res cued in a spectacular helicopter Airlift from a norwegian ship that ran aground on a reef in the South China sea the hoi Wong ran aground monday on the Bombay reef near parcel Island about 400 Miles South of Hong Kong Hong Kong tugs made two futile attempts to free it before the skipper called for american Aid in response the Helena broke off gunnery practice in Subic Bay in the Philippines to race to the Rescue steaming at top Speed the Cruiser reached the stricken ship Friday halt Las ditch threat the buckeyes scored twice in the third Quarter then snuffed out a Las ditch Illinois threat to Down the Zillini 1913 Wisconsin beat Down Purdue a team which haunt been scored on in two pre Vious outings 316 there were a few other upsets scattered around the country but none could match Texas stirring Triumph Over Oklahoma Boston University for example turned the tables on powerful West Vir Ginia 3630 and Brown which had hoped to emerge As the Power of the Ivy league was rudely thumped by Dartmouth 200 also in the Ivy league Colum Bia snapped 10gamc losing Streak and licked Yale 130 death of Pope saddens jews Lisbon a the jewish Community of Portugal saturday voted a Resolution expressing deep sorrow at the death of Pope Pius Xii speakers at the meeting praised the late pontiff As a great de fender of the jews during the nazi persecutions 34 to face prosecution for Auto liability claims Baltimore a at least 84 Maryland cars face prosecution for falsely claiming they had Auto liability insurance when they applied for 195859 License tags registration applicants Are required to give their insurance hiatus under the states new unsatisfied claim and judgment fund jaw insured motorists pay a fee when they Register and uninsured motorists Carlton s Hardwich chairman 01 the fund Board said saturday that 300 applications under ques Tion were investigated during the past three months investigation proved that the Motorist was satisfactorily insured a quire in Iso of these cases Hardwich said another 41 of the questioned applications were approved when the insurers fee was paid fort five cases Are still under investigation and the other 34 applicants face prosecution applicants who make false claims under the Law arc subject to a Fine of to or a minimum of 30 Days in jail Hardwich said most of the cases where false information was Given t youth organization accused an american military attache Satur Day of stealing a letter of Mil itary significance from a soviet Workman the alleged theft of the letter by capt Joseph Ulatowski assistant military attache at the embassy occurred in tiflis oct 2 according to an article in the Kom Sokolskaya pravda the newspaper said the Captain made off with a letter received by Ibram Isa Icv a 25yearold Stone Mason from his brother in the army it said the envelope bore the stamp of a military Post office and the number and location of the Brothers unit the newspaper said Ulatowski and col h a Philips the can Adian military attache were in the tiflis Post office when Isay Rev received the letter the Amer ican picked up the letter and walked away while Isayev want looking it said boy 6 playing in cemetery set afire by Sparks Baltimore a a 6year old boy playing in a cemetery was fatally burned saturday when his clothes were set aflame by Sparks from a Bonfire the youngster Donald Morgan died despite the heroic at tempts of a neighbor to save him by smothering the flames with his own arms and body Donald died in St Josephs Hospital several hours later the boy and his companions were playing in the cemetery when John heard screams a child ran by without saying a word and three More boys came out of the cemetery one said a fifth boy was on fire Trott wished into the cemetery and the boy came running toward nations ask to urge ates Shalt 16 others act on Resolution to be presented Al Geneva United nations a United Sutherand 16 othe countries sponsored a formal proposal saturday that the Gen eral Assembly urge suspension of nuclear weapons tests during the coming Geneva talks on that subject their Resolution handed in Here Friday night and made Public saturday rivals Indiana and so Viet proposals whereby the at Sembly would Call for immediate cessation of such tests be Ore the talks began the Indian and soviet resold Lions were submitted a week ago or consideration in the disarmament debate in the Assembly first committee started Friday but some delegates Alread were predicting that the backed Resolution eventually would win out Over both of them they noted that the committee had upheld its essential Point in a procedural that Day the group voted 508 with 19 abstentions for a motion calling for it to debate Dis armament reduction in military budgets and cessation of nuclear tests All together the vote with Only the soviet bloc in opposition eclipsed a so Viet motion to have the commit tee put cessation of tests first on its Agenda and debate that separately Pioneer heard but not visible Washington up you cant see the Moon rocket with the naked Eye now that it is thousands of Miles out in space you cant even see it with the most powerful Telescope on Earth but men can hear it its Power Ful radio signals can be picked up on Short wave throughout t h e world at 108 to Mega cycles demo gop 4war party blasts fired both parties Trade verbal slaps Over foreign policy Washington a re Publ cans and democrats trading Campaign blows Over foreign polic sought to pin on one another a urday the Label of War party peace with the republicans a possible was the Prospect gop chairman Meade Alcorn Hel out to voters in the now 4 elec for control of Congress the countered tha the Eisenhower administration a led us to the Brink of isolation from our allies and to the Brin of having to fight a nuclear a inadequately prepared and alone the 24member democratic advisory Council predicted election of an overwhelmingly Democrat Congress which it said will fac a difficult task of restraining the Jop administration from a like moves that task is to see to it tha the orderly processes of govern ment Are not replaced by the Day today whims of a world ambulant no Secretary of state and that to by decisions lacking wide domes in wholly without a red not bring Upo Mankind a nuclear the Council said in a unanimous state ment three issues Alcom came up with the Possi ble War slogan for republicans As one of three issues be did Vuk president re had Nixon a up in Campaign speeches the other two solvency with republicans or Likely higher taxes Freedom with the republicans or probable regimentation unde alien conceptions of economics my Call for Slot acc the democratic Council o which former president Harry s Truman and Adlai Stevenson re members said the presen Risis in the Formosa Strait is none which Calls for democratic hence the democratic group said tha i consultation with the govern ments the United states should so the United nations for rec emendations which would secure and stabilize the Hole Formosa area in such a Way As to prevent aggression from by source in any direction 2 secure to the people on for Mosa the right to determine their War collision fatal to two Annapolis map a hawaiian Soldier stationed at fort leade and a Philadelphia woman Ere killed saturday when two automobiles collided on 50 ear Here the Soldier was identified by Cade Public information officials s up 4c Cleatus w Hulon 22 Anne Arundel general Hospital facials said the woman was Lelia Harrison 46 of s 57th Philadelphia the woman was a passenger in car whose Driver was identified s Lamar c Davis of 1939 w reams Philadelphia he was rated for minor abrasions and leased first stride to stars Gravity pull of Earth broken in Moon shot Cape canaveral Fla up american rocket took mans first great stride toward the stars saturday by breaking free of the earths Gravity pull in the a i r forces second Moon shot whether or not the Pioneer payload reaches its goal of orbit no the Moon and latest track i 11 i him with his clothes afire Trout eng reports indicated it might not tried to rip off the youngsters shirt and failing this he threw his arms around him to put out the Lames poet Dies Palma de Mallorca bal was made before Dawn on this Golden Day free flight through space was achieved for the first time in his was headed farther into Lory the Pioneer thousands of Miles involved an honest he Caric islands a the Rev said efforts will be made to Macj Lorenzo Riber 72 poet and Mem the 1959 applications More cd Caribel of the Royal Spanish acad on the Type of information re my died at his Home saturday Ware took to the skies right on the target the feeling grew it fail up and up borne by a blazing Gold Ball of exhaust climbed the big White Moon Bird As it reached several thousand feet the deep throb of its main stage rocket engine reverberated Down the beaches far into the dark Clear night the glow travelled until Pioneer appeared to take a place among the stars then just before it vanished after two and a half min utes of flight a Blue glow bathed new episcopal Rev Arthur c Liehtenberge d right was elected presiding Bishop of the protestant episcopal Church the House of Bishops of the Church which is holding its convention at Miami Beach Fla at left is re Rev Henry Knox Sherrill retiring Bishop Sappho Tofau Nike launch pads set up near Taipei offshore Isles Brace for shelling As red ceasefire end due Taipei Formosa up army missile men installed the first of their Nike Herci ies launch ers on a Mountaintop near Taipei saturday and Assembly of the atomic capable ground air across the Formosa Strait meantime the offshore islands of Quemoy and Matsu braced for an anticipated resumption of chinese communist attack when the red ceasefire ends sunday Midnight up correspondent William Miler reported from Quemoy City Nat soldiers and civilians will go nto their underground tunnels aves and dugouts Early sunday Light american and chinese military authorities said the big guns rooms and supplies which poured nto Quemoy during the we Klong Ull in the red artillery Blocki de had made the islands Strong r than Ever race against time the army 2nd missile battalion arrived in Formosa on y three Days ago to beef up the stands Aerial defences Satur a the first missile launcher was wilted to a Concrete pad by Merican and chinese soldiers acing against time to get the battalions four for action within two weeks several Miles away missile men a crawled and bolted together the our tubes of a effect a giant skyrocket which ves the antiaircraft missile its initial push first visit to Tangier Isle Smith Island map his Tangier sound Community ill receive sunday its first visit f a methodist Bishop Bishope g Bromley Oxnam of Ashington head of the Council Bishops of the methodist Hurch and his wife will make the mile trip from Crisfield by Aat John e French the Salis iry District superintendent and will accompany unknown Man goes too far Hagerstown Oda Doit yourself enthusiast went a bit too far saturday police re ported an unidentified Man walked into a downtown laundry asked and was Given Permis Sion to use Itschek writing machine and walked out several blocks away cashed a Check in a Market the Check writer is being sought on a forgery ikes nearing 68thbirthday in top Haltli Camp David my up president Eisenhower saturday approached his 68th birthday in apparent Good health and ready Tor a rugged role in the Republican election Campaign the president will be 68 tues Day he has come through three major illnesses in three years these have put some limitation on his activities but Seldom has he scheduled a busier period than in the weeks ahead of the nov 4 election the president spent a Long pre birthday week end with his wife and friends at this Mountain White House in Western Maryland he alternated Between Bridge games Here Golf at the go ttys Burg daily farm country visits to his club and Gettysburg Between these pursuits he hand led Telephone Calls from washing ton including periodic reports on the Progress of the air Force rocket Moon shoot and perusal of official documents flown Here aboard a daily shuttle helicopter it hoist Bishop Tass distributes Moon shot Story Moscow the official so Viet news Agency saturday distributed without comment an account of the launching of a Moon rocket by the United states the Small american Colony Here instruments Speed Back space data has passed Miles Butto miss aim Washington a Moon rocket Pioneer had reached Altitude of from the Earth at est saturday the air Force reported Abl produced third Story and photo on Washington Moon rocket Pioneer launched from Florida in a major scientific achievement saturday will not come close to the Moon but still May return Rich dividends in space data air Force which had hoped to put tiny Craft within of the Moon confirmed sat urday night earlier that rocket had strayed from the planned course 1 on the basis of the latest Ana Iysis of data received from the pioneers position in space at 4i45 the air Force said it will not reach the near Vicinity of the Miles a Short time earlier it had been reported that at est Pioneer had reached an Altitude of about Miles the air Force announcement did not define what it meant by he near Vicinity of the Moon jut it seemed certain that the Pioneer would in target by More than the figure which the scientists had aimed or the air Force said project scientists were making analyses to determine the Best time to fire he fourth stage Retro rocket in he payload to provide n final path that would continue to pro vice most valuable scientific if the had been Success us in reaching the Vicinity of the Moon it had been planned to fire his rocket so As to slow it Down and perhaps enable it to go into bit around the Moon by interrogation of the com Mand communications system position and velocity data Radia Ion Micro meteorite magnetic Field measurements internal Tern nature Levels and Pioneer spin ate data have been received on a continuous the air Force Aid the to camera has not yet Een electrified scientists lofted from Cape canaveral Vla at the 85 a and space Craft electrified Scien its around the world by hurtling a out on its Trail blaring trip through the celestial void twelve hours after starting its ight the Moon rocket was about Miles out in space and slow no Down rapidly although that expected its three stage take of zoomed the rocket up to a peed of about Miles an our to tear it Loose from the arts main Gravity Field the continuing pull of Gravity out in space slowed the pocket Down after this initial burst r Speed however and at the 00 mile distance it was Down to velocity of approximately Liles an hour the smooth precision of the air orce launching after failure of in first attempt two months ago new cheers scientists around he world prof Alfred Lovell in Harge of the worlds largest Adio Telescope at Jodrell Bank England called it an amazing chive men even though the of act was off course maj Gen Donald n yales commander of the missile test is French pm there Are about 650 methodist Mong the 800 Island residents j other Demon nations have lurches on the Island Ulics Green meet n Formosa policies Washington up so arc by of state Lohn Foster Dulles will meet sunday with chairman Theodore Francis Green o the Senate foreign relations committee in a move to heal a split Between president Eisenhower and powerful democrats Over administration Formosa policy Pioneer sterilized the unknown Between the planets than any manmade object before Lac pinpoint of exhaust this Washington Pioneer it Lazier a Short illness marked the ignition of the second when the 88foot and separation of the first it a composite of fell far out at sea from a Irby and Navy Vanguard hard height of 50 Miles of the Moon Rock sterilized before launch which Long has listened to soviet Center at Cape canaveral told accomplishments in the Field of space was jubilant at the word of the rocket firing the news newsmen the instrument packed rocket nose would never return to Earth even if it plunged Back he quickly spread among the Ameri said it would be burned up by cans after radio reports of the friction with the earths dense at launching were received Moshere Rev Lichtenberger named presiding episcopal Bishop Miami Beach Fla Mil mannered Missouri Church Man the it Rev Arthur Carl Lichtenberger saturday was after partaking of the lords supper at All souls Church Hert the 190man House of Bishops be Gan voting nine nominees had elected presiding Bishop of the been proposed formally but oth protestant episcopal Church of United states this is the top ecclesiastical and administrative office of the three million member denomination Bishop Lichtenberger a hand some greying Man of 58 was cars could be written in Bishop Lichtenberger u the Twenty first presiding Bishop in the nearly 200year history of the Church in this country he will hold the office until he retires in 1970 chosen at the Church triennial Veteran of a succession of general convention by the Trade Church jobs including missionary tonal secret ballot of his fellow theological professor and Parish Bishops pastor he has been Bishop of mis to Civ Vij Titi Iii Hiing to avoid possible contain cardinals will choose the procedure roughly Rose Mosouri for six years bled that by which the College of j his seat now is in St Louis but lion of the Moon new Pope he Wil move to Church head Quad of the Catholic Church in Rome items at Greenwich Conn

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