Cumberland Times in Cumberland, Maryland 26 Oct 1958
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Cumberland Times (Newspaper) - October 26, 1958, Cumberland, MarylandThe weather rata to partly tomorrow a i six sections general feature society Cit area news sports comics family weekly 295 a wow Pratt Cumberland Maryland sunday october 26 1958 fam Price fifteen cents 51 cardinals begin secret princes saddened by Mooney death maintain schedule Vatican City and saddened by the sudden death of an american colleague 51 cardinals retired saturday night behind guarded double locked doors to elect a new supreme Pon Tiff of the roman Catholic Church a chanted latin admonishment by the prefect of ceremonies and the tolling of a warning Bell ended the cardinals Contact with the outside world the princes of the Church Many Bent with the great weight of their years secluded them selves behind a curtain of the strictest secrecy Only death can release a card Inal from this voluntary imprison ment mail the moment the col lege names the Man whom the worlds half billion catholics will regard As the 262nd Pope and Suc Cessor Peter Clad in their purple capes the 51 cardinals marched in somber procession behind the bearer of the three barred papal Cross while choristers chanted veni creator Crea Tor slow March proceeded toward the conclave area where the cardinals occupied their cells j those Are specially arranged for them in the scaled off area of the Vatican Palace the cardinals had begun Assem bling for this procession Only 40 minutes after Edward Cardinal Mooney 76yearold archbishop of Detroit collapsed and died at the North american College on Romes Jan Culum Hill Francis Cardinal Spellman archbishop of new York tears As he arrived at the Assem Bly area and reported the news of Cardinal Moncys death to his but not even sudden death could interrupt the rigid schedule of the conclave the saddened cardinals Mill discussing the passing of their Friend and colleague had assembled Al the appointed hour in the Pauline Chapel of the Apos Tolic Palace the procession Over each card Inal proceeded to this cell some of the apartments arc located in the ancient Chambers of the Bor Eia Chambers some of them Dis playing centuries old arms and Armor shortly after s the prefect of ceremonies msgr Erico Dante intoned the latin words extra warning All out siders to leave the marshal of the conclave Prince Sigismondo Chigi and 20 assistants had been searching the conclave premises for nearly two hours themselves frequently and loudly shouting the words extra this was in the words of the late Pius Xii to assure them selves that no person or spy lurks in Prince Chigi now himself out fide the conclave area turned to the Vatican guards and called out the order hoist my Flag the guards hastened to raise the Flag of the Chig family Over the Vatican buildings this symbolized the conclave marshals responsibility for Vatican affairs while the cardinals were locked in the secrecy of the conclave the cardinals begin to ballot sunday at about 10 and it is possible that before dark Sun Day night the world will know the name of the Man who will succeed the Pope of conclave to select pontiff vote result due by Nightfall today Moonshine whisky flowed yesterday when agents raided a big operation near rocks in Harford county agent w l Riley supervisor of Federal alcohol tax division Baltimore wields a Pickas on one barrel while another agent stands by three were arrested Story on Page 40 of photo fax Washington integration rally staged j while negro youth March after Rebuff Washington thousands of negro Vand White Sal orday in Bui their lacking an official appointment were unable to see president Eisenhower singing Star Harry Belafonte Lold the Cost imaged demons razors gathered at the Lincoln memorial that Eisenhower by not meeting a committee from the marchers had made a gesture of far reaching Ifie Aning to millions throughout the world i think you have demonstrated to the world that Little Rock is not added former baseball hero Jackie Robinson in Only sorry that the presi Dent has not by his action that he agrees with what we Are doing this the mass meeting went on to adopt a Resolution calling for an other March in the capital next May anniversary of the supreme courts decision outlaw ing racial segregation in the pub Lic another attempt to see Eisenhower then Eisenhower was asked to seek withholding of Federal funds from states which flout the u s Constitution an end to Senate Fili busters Federal Money to keep open any schools closed because of integration orders and a Law making it a Federal offence to dynamite Public buildings couple faces forgery count Martinsburg up a Virginia Man and Martins Burg woman have been ordered held for action of the february grand jury in Berkeley county circuit court on charges of for Gery authorities said Mcxie Virginia Kackley 20 and Wayne Arm arc Star 21 Hampton were arrested this week on charges resulting from their forgery opera Tion Here last july the woman was charged with uttering a forged Check and Armbruster with the actual forgery police said the pair cashed at least six checks totalling in the area last july girl Slayer slated to die in chair tuesday Moundsville w a up Lee Burkhamer 25year old confessed rape Slayer of an 11yearold Clarksburg girl apparently will become the 94lh person to be executed in West Virginia since the legislature de Creed in 1899 that All capital punishment should be meted out at the Penitentiary if gov Cecil n Underwood Al lows go tothe elec tric chair As scheduled tuesday he will be the third to be executed since Underwood became governor the other two were Larry fudge of Huntington and Eugene linger of Weston Harrison county judge Arlos j Harbert had sentenced Bur Khan or to die in the electric chair last feb 14 but the execution was Posl Pond pending a hearing by the slate supreme court the West Virginia court and the supreme court subsequently re ejected Burkhamer appeals the oct 28 execution Date was set by Harbert following the West Virginia courts rejection of the Appeal last May Burkhamer has pleaded guilty to Way laying Young Charlene i Iain May 5 1937 As she walked Home along an Alley from a Gro very Mooney rites to be Friday Detroit vices for Edward Cardinal Mooney will be held at 11 a m Friday at blessed sacrament Cathedral Here churches in the a county Detroit Arch d i o c e s will draped in purple and Black for a 30day period of mourn in a requiem High mass will churches in the Arch diocese thursday 17 1 s fade Forssen Springhill n i ened Rescue saturday crept nearer to5 what they fear is the Tomb of s3 Ronen trapped in a Coal mine by and debris of 174 men trapped thursday night by a mighty upheaval in the mine shafts 81 have been brought to the surface alive ten arc dead there is a Remote Hope a very Remote Hope that some men will be said Harold Gor Don Coal chief for the Dominion Oil and steel which owns the mine the mine Cumberland no 2 is the deepest in North America Gordon said Rescue efforts will continue whether the missing men dead or alive efforts Are being concentrated in an area feet Down where 50 to s5 men were working at the time of the Shock provincial Premier Robert l Stanfield announced his govern ment is giving to launch a National fund Campaign on behalf of stricken families of this hard Luck town hit by a mine explosion which killed 39 men in 1956 and a million Dollar fire last Christmas eve musical Between Nixon Truman looms Lincoln neb Wyvice presi Dent Nixon is ready to make musical peace with Karry tru Man Nixon and Truman who have been exchanging hard words about each other for a Long time recently have had some Nice things to say for a change Nixon was asked when he and the former president will Bury the Hatchet when the National press club invites up to play a replied Nixon a piano player of sorts the vice president suggested they could play California Here we come and the Missouri ill play the Missouri ils Nixon said sales decrease Richmond a up department store sales in four metropolitan areas of Wisl Virginia showed decreases last month compared with september 1957 reds offer even dated Day truce will Shell Quemoy every other Day if shun Aid bulletin Taipei w communist fun fired on nationalist offshore islands sunday a few Bourn after piping announced u would withhold firing of an again basis he defense ministry Here reported sunday the first of the Eren numbers Taipei a the chinese communists proclaimed an every other Day ceasefire on Supply area of embattled Quemoy Satur Day night and nationalists to turn away from partnership with the United states the nationalists immediately called the red move another at tempt to drive a wedge Between them and the United states the new ceasefire order called off shelling on even numbered dates so that supplies can reach the nationalist held Quemoy com it said the red gunners would not necessarily resume firing Days the reds fired Only a few shells on this Odd numbered Day the order carried the provision ceasefire would eix Tif escorted a Lio Albl Supply vessels to que this condition Wax contained in the first red ceasefire imposed oct 8 when the reds broke that last monday they charged that the United steles violated the pro the United states denied this the new ceasefire ordered by red defense minister Peng Teh Huai was broadcast by piping radio the chief nationalist military spokesman on Formosa adm Liu Hohtu laughed it off its a face saving device they know they cant succeed by Shell ing it proves one on every other Day is still being a the piping broadcast said the red guns would not fire on the appointed Days at the Airfield wharf Beach and ships in Lizaolo Bay at Quemoy so supplies could arrive if there is Lack of anything just say it and we will give it to the broadcast said several hours before the reds announced their partial ceasefire president Chiang Waishek issued a statement predicting the time Tor revolt on the red Mainland was drawing nearer triple bomb test carded atomic test site Nev of another atomic triple header is on tap sunday but the Weatherman will have final say on whether the test shots Are fired rain washed out a nuclear blast scheduled for saturday scattered showers Are forecast for sunday the atomic Energy commis Sion Hopes to fire two nuclear de vices from towers and one from an anchored balloon sunday if t docs it will Mark the second Ime three test explosions have been touched off on the same Day at the Nevada test site the first triple header was wednesday Penn runs into Navy big Koze Pennsylvania Back runs into a solid Wall of Navy ladders but picks up three Yards yesterday at Philadelphia making tackle is Jim Dunn Navy won 508 in the Franklin Field contest a photo lox Eisenhower puts aban Upton ass challenges soviets to join Britain in oneyear program Washington it president Eisenhower again challenged Russia saturday to join the United states and Britain in year ban of All atomic Hydrogen weapons tests beginning next Fri Eisenhower put it up to mos cow to end its current series of test explosions by that Dale As a step toward world disarmament in a he reaffirmed i readiness to aban Don further month trial tests during period while a 12 East West diplomats try to negotiate an inspection system to keep both sides from talks begin Friday Eisenhower prodded the Krem Lin anew after a White House conference with ambassador James Wadsworth who will represent this country at elks set to begin in Geneva Friday with the soviets the Geneva conference will seek to write a firm agreement on an inspection network of some 180 scientific outposts to enforce permanent test suspension around the Globe renewed last month Russia renewed testing last month after voluntarily announcing a suspension last March 31 the soviets maintained that Brit ish and u s tests during the last few months placed Russia at scientific disadvantage in View of its ban the United states has announced detection of 13 soviet explosions since sept 30 this country plans to continue its own tests right up until the deadline Russia explodes 14lh bomb test Tokyo detonated its 14th soviet Union and smallest nuclear test at the russian Arctic testing ground saturday the Tokyo meteorological station said saturday the current series of soviet tests resumed sept 30 British Soldier killed Nicosia Cyprus a a British Soldier was killed and seven were wounded saturday by an electrically detonated mine in Yia Lotisa Village dont worry about cheese use As filters for Cigar ets possible Madison wis a your her removes up to 85 per cent of Cigar ets some Day May have Ajshe Coal tar in cig arct smoke filler made of cheese but dont wont be the slight est taste of Swiss Cheddar or As a result of a request by Thomson and sen Alexander roquefort a statement issued by gov Vernon Thomson office Day night said theres a pos Sibily stabbings now markets Candy Wiley that he seek new uses and markets for Wisconsin ily of a practical new use which Chc Csc is used cheese As a filler for Cigar ets i showed the statement the cheese will be deodorized that the cheese filter re its be detected mov cup to 30 per cent More the statement claimed that Coal Lar than other commercial he Federal Reserve Bank Ofil cols of a filter containing pow filters and also reduced the of Richmond said saturday dered cheese showed that the file facts of Nicolina cadets Ohio state tied Auburn wins plane makes vertical flight Belfast Northern ire land pioneering Sci research plane Rose vertically off a Metal runway saturday and Hung motionless in the air under the Power of four Down blasting Jet engines it was the first free flight the Delta Wing plane Fisher body Plant Union accepts pact Baltimore ask the United Auto workers general motors dispute in Baltimore was settled saturday night when workers at the Fisher body Plant voted to accept an agreement ending their 25day walkout workers at Gas Chevrolet Plant Here accepted a settled Cal last sunday some workers at Fisher body and about at Chev Rolet return to jobs at the two Baltimore plants next tuesday the Fisher body settlement of local issues came after nearly a week of virtual Roundt Hemlock negotiations Albert j Matles president of Law local 239 at Fisher body said about on third of the Mem jars will receive pay increases of from two to 10 cent san hour Over and above raises agreed on in National negotiations Mattes described these As equity in creases to bring the Plant Here on a level with similar paying jobs at other Fisher plants Law officials said they were also successful on miscellaneous local mostly fringe benefits by de Corrigan associated press sports writer Midnight arrived for Cinderella Northwestern and the witching hour almost army and Ohio stale the two top College football teams in the country sat urday Sophomore studded Northwest Ern which ran up four straight victories to the amazement of one and All after losing every game last year was dropped by Iowa 2s20 army ranked no 1 in the cur rent associated press poll could do no better than a 1414 tie with Pitt in a game that could have Eastern championship Ohio state defending big ten Champion and rated right behind its reputation tarnished somewhat with a77 tie against Wisconsin top big ten Iowa Victory Over Northwest Ern left the Hawk eyes in undisputed Possession of the big ten Lead the championship could be decided two weeks hence when Iowa and Ohio state meet otherwise most of the top clubs in the country came out on top although notre Dame pushed out of the first 10 in the ratings was upset by Purdue 2922 Auburn last years National Champion which suffered the same Fate a week ago As befell army and Ohio stale saturday clubbed Maryland 207 in an Effort to regain lost prestige the tigers were rated no 5 this woman accused of slaying after neighbor Battle Ontario Ore a two neighbor women battled Here Fri Day one died of a Stab wound and the other was charged with first degree murder saturday mrs Bertha Baldwin 43 is scheduled to appear monday afternoon for a preliminary hearing before Justice of the peace a f Peters police chief Waller Walker says mrs Baldwin has signed a statement about the stabbing of mrs Dorothy Hylland 42 she died a few moments after being knifed above the heart in a scuffle in her front Yard week Mississippi wins Mississippi no 6 recorded its sixth Triumph without defeat by turning Back wingless Arkansas 14 12 but for a 2point conversion attempt that went bad Arkansas would have wound up with a tie Oklahoma ranked no 9 behind Towa and Northwestern trounced Kansas state 406 by Way of warming up for the big Colorado game next week this Triumph marked the sooner 65th straight conference game without defeat Colorado Defeated Nebraska 2716 algerian rebels balk talk plans Cairo a the algerian rebel government said no Satur Day to French Premier de Gaul Les proposals for talks on a cease fire a statement issued by Premier Ferhat Abbas in the name of his provisional regime declared de Gaul Les offer was a demand for unconditional voters seen aiding part other major party campaigners Idle Ike plans speeches by the associated press vice president Nixon said Satur Day night the Republican Campaign has bounced into High gear after facing three weeks ago what Rie said looked like a disastrous defeat at the there is a Brand new Campaign in the Battle for control of con Gress to be decided in the elec ions a week from next Nixon said in a speech prepared or a gop rally in Lincoln neb i have never known an elec he said in which More voters were undecided at such a ate Date As in this Campaign this i believe is a major advantage for us because there is not in Issue on which our Case is not far Superior to that of our oppo Ike Speaks monday aside Froid Nixon the major campaigners for the republicans and the democrats were Idle this Ivee Kend president Eisenhower will set out again monday with scheduled speeches in Charleston w and Pittsburgh the White House announced Friday broadened radio television coverage of the speech the Percsi sent will make from Pittsburgh monday night originally scheduled for broadcast in 11 Eastern states it will be carried also in seven states in the Midwest they Are Ohio Indiana Illinois Michigan Minnesota m i s s o u r Michigan Minnesota Missouri and Wisconsin there Are Senate contests in All these states except Illinois following his Pittsburgh appearance Eisenhower will go on to City for some poli ticking staying until wednesday morning for the democrats the major Campaign trips have been under taken by s Truman and Adlai e Steven son the party presidential can dilate in 1951 and 1956 have a Lille effect if the intensive campaigning these and other speakers have done was having any appreciable effect on the voters it want cer Nible in a coast coast Check made by the associated press summarizing the findings of the Survey a writer Douglas b Cornell wrote from Washington the the Scurry no around from place to place to make put a Little zip nto the Campaign of course in Crest has perked up at various mostly on the part of party workers and professionals and people whose jobs depend on he spin of the political wheel of or Lune but if votes have been switched and trends altered the changes Are of microscopic size in state after state the momentum still appears to be largely toward the democrats although it May have slowed Down a bit in the last talks reopen on Formosa Warsaw w the United states and communist China sat urday renewed their negotiations on a solution to the explosive situation in the Formosa Strait the talks Between u s ambassador Jacob beam and communist chinese envoy Wang Ping Nan recessed 10 Days ago since that time the reds have resumed the shelling of Quemoy and Secretary of state Dilles has made a Solidarity visit to Chiang Waishek both ambassadors were silent As they began their ninth session because of the new flare up in the area diplomats Here regarded the talks As having taken a special importance commercial Jet flashes to u s crossing record new York a a the across the United Stales saturday mrs Baldwin told police in this1 4 hours and 4 i nulls Small Eastern Oregon Community Pink an hour and 27 minutes off that she acted in Sel defense after being hit on the Arm by an a the chief says mrs Baldwin was not Hurt Winner thankful Stockholm soviet new Jet could have bet its time if bad weather Here haunt delayed its Landing about 15 minutes set for Transcona Lnch until now the Iran Continental Lal hights by an old fashioned i record for a commercial plane was 6 hours and 10 minutes set in 1954 by a dc7 later flights Piston driven plane she handled real com minted the Pilot Cape Hamilton however were clocked unofficial Smith of sea Cliff n As Hulvat about hours routine stepped from the shiny new american airlines Boeing 707 new Yor Lolos Angeles flights take 7 hours and 40 minutes the plane the kind that has american airlines said it plans Wriler Boris Pasternak saturday been cleared for transatlantic Opito Start regularly scheduled Jet thanked the swedish Academy operations by pan american Airi Scricc coast to coast in january literature for awarding him brought 39 spokesman said the scheduled Nobel prize with this company will be Cut to hours from Cable immensely thankful touched proud astonished and a Crew of five it left los new York to los Angeles and 4i Angeles at a not and hours from los Angeles to new arrived Here at p m the plane will scat 112 r
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