Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 18, 1955 · Page 2
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TWO EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND,:MD.,' TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1955 Dial PA-2.4600 for' a WANT'AP T«ker res ' On Priest Nixon Sees Peace Chance Best Since End Of War Pope Nixon il sim became president . VATICAN CITY - (INS) - Pi8s XII has made known his surprise jmd sadness over the racial discrimination by a group of Louisiana &oman Catholics against a Negrdlpriesl. . TJic-'rofusal of some parishioners for to permit the priest to say mass in 111* St. Cecilia Mission at Jesuit Betid, La., caused New Orleans Archbishop Joseph Rummel to suspend services. itic Holy Sec revealed last night its S full approval of the archbishop's action, which kndwn last Friday. ijeflect'mf! the Pontifical displea sure, the Vatican newspaper Os- tj scryatore Romano commented yesterday: "Racial exclusion is a sin against the.'nature of Catholicism. "it is a negation. It is blasphemy . . . against the priest. Jt is a sacrilege wherefore one can- nol,;but pray . . . 'Lord forgive thorn for they know not what they do;-;" , A'rchbishop Rummel also cut down on the number of masses said each Sunday at two nearby churches. GrCccc Plans Big Cut IirjAlililary Outlays ATHENS, Greece tfj-A reliable source reported today Greece will cut< her military budget 11 per cent. Ajtotal of 3.650,000,000 drachmas' —1212 million dollars — was ear- maj'ked for defense purposes in the NEW YOIIK W-Vicc President says "the chances for peace today are belter than al any lime ice World War 11." He adds, however, that the U.S. leaders in the coming negotiations with Russia "will be on the lookout ,the real policies of the Kremlin —not merely professions of good will." Nixon spoke last night al the closing of the 24th annual New York Herald Tribune Forum. The speech, televised 'nationally, .vas his first major address incc Eisenhower became ill. He made a companion speech last; night al a dinner of the Interna-' :ional Air Transport Assn. Nixon told the Herald Tribune Forumthat it is unfortunate thai just before the starl of the Big Four foreign ministers' conference at Geneva "we are witnessing vf. appears to be an atlenipt to stimulate by proxy an arms'race which could increase the chances for armed conflict in Ihe Middle East." \ This reference apparently was lo Communist Czechoslovakia's offer of arms to Egypt. In listing the forces on Ihe side of peace in the world today, Nixon put the United Nations first and followed it with the strength of the United-States and Ihe-rest of the free world. He also noled Ihe power of the atom and the' new "spirit of Geneva.", Kef auyer Seen Entry In Race WASHINGTON W-Sen. Kefauver (D-Terin) apparently -needs only the promise of some substan- ial financial and organization sup- ,iort to nudge him into the race 'or the 1956 Democratic presiden- ial nomination. Kefauver,- who won some primaries but not the nomination in 1952, old a news conference -yesterday le will, make up his mind whether o become an active .candidate next year before the filing deadline for early presidential primaries. He left the impression he hasn't a sight Hie estimated minimum of 'hat 5200,000 be said would be needed .0 finance an active race. . 1955-58 budget, representing about 30' per cent of the total government expenditure. Canada, U. S. Plan Defense Exercises WASHINGTON tfl — The United Slates and Canada today announced simultaneously plans to join air defense exercises this winter. , •'.".-.. • The Department of Defense designated the operation as "Cracker Jack" and said it would involve the air defense systems in both Canada and the United Slates; pre sumably including the distant early warning radar line now under construction near the artic circle. Automation Seen Benefit By Firm Head WASHINGTON M-The head of leading electrical firm said lo- lay (ho nation's major problem in he machine age ahead is more ikcly to be a labor shortage Ulan nass unemployment.,, Don G. Mitchell, .-chairman and >residenl of Sylvania Eleclric 'roducts, Inc., said he does nol share fears that automation, or the growing use ot labor-saving ma- •hinery, will result in fewer jobs, nstead, he said, it will create more employment.. "But I am concerned;" he said in testimony prepared for the Senate-House. commiUee studying automalion trends, "about the :trong probability.of a labor shortage in the years ahead unless the rate of . mechanization is increased." . Mitchell said government dala show industry employed 44 million workers in 1947 and 50 million in 1951 Yet, he said, if production .echniques had not progressed in .he interval, 58 million workers would have been required lo handle Iho 1954 output. "The American population," he said, "simply could not have furnished thai work -force. Without increased mechanization, without labor-saving devices and.over-all greater production efficiency, the public's need would simply not have been met." SPOERLS GARAGE SALES 205 N. Mechanic.Sf. Cumberland, Md. • •.:":' SERVICE' V;.S 28 N. George Sr. The heart of BLUE CROSS. is hospital care... BLUE CROSS is different. Its only purpose is to secure for its subscribers the hospital care benefits they may need. And this purpose is achieved through Hie unique cooperation between BLUB CROSS and its sponsoring Member Hospitals, which makes it possible for subscribers to get the hospital service benefits Ihcy need .'.. instead of just dollars to help pay bills. This emphasis on care —not cash—is why BLUE CROSS is the only hospital-expense pre-payment plan approved by American Hospital Association, Only BLUE CROSS pays to many hospital bi(jr in full! BLUE CROSS records show that in-'1954, more than 90% of the BLUE CROSS subscribers who went to the'hospital (except for malcrnily), had Iheir hospital bills pajd for in full for all care in semi-private roSms in Maryland MembcrHospitals.Yct BL^E CROSS protection costs liltlc. Remember, BLUB CROSS is non-profit last year, 94c out of every subscriber-dollar was used or set aside to pay subscribers' hospital care benefits! Find out today how you can join BLUB CROSS. Gilf Uic BLUE CROSS office listed in . your telephone directory. Or write for information booklet, to BLUB CROSS, Dcpi 1007, 200 W, Baltimore Su, Balto. I, Md. BLUE CROSS. Maryland Hospital Service, Inc. BP» W. BAI.TIMOHK ST., HAI.TI.MOKC 1, Mil. • To help wilh physicians' bills, there's BLUE SiuriD.'thc non-profit plan that helps BLUE CROSS subscriber; pay physicians' bills for surgery, medical care, and maternity. When you call or write, ask ibout BLUB Rnmi>, loot Two Drivers Die lu Hcaclou Crash UPPER MARLBORO, Md. Wl- Two automobile drivers were killet .oday in a head on collision .heir cars at the crest ol a hill on U.S. 301 Ihree miles north of here They were Henry Frederick Gauss, ..49, Baltimore, and John Francis Hess, 27, Richmond, Va There were no -passengers in either car. - • • . • . Cancer Specialists Slop Treating Rivera MOSCOW tffl — Diego Rivera's wife said today that Soviet cancel specialists have suspended treat- nent of the lamed Mexican lainter while they consult further about his- condition. Rivera came lo the Soviel capita six weeks ago for Irealment of a skin cancer. He has been rcceiv- ng Ireatment with radioactive cobalt, prior to an operation. Sobeloff Judges/tip :Seen : Delayed WASHINGTON i*) 1 '— Recess ap- inatlori pointmcnt lo a federal judgeship nol c reportedly Is not planned this year await for Solicitor Gcii. Simon E. Sobel- off.. . . Instead, new action on his nom- — 'sent to.the. Senate.b confirmed 'this year.— w Ihe convening ot Congress January. ' , That report. can'ie today from 3! urcc in coiitucl wilh the siliiatio Envoy Made . (Continued from Page 1) Summing up, Dulles said .he hinks there is a reasonable chance if some progress being • made on he questions of German unifica- ion, European security, .disarma- uent and a lowering ofjlhe Iron "urtain to permit more cast-west :pntacts!:-.i., - . - : - ;:.'....1 .. Dulles said-, he. feels disposed to iring lip the question of the; Middle iast arms situation with Soviel I'orcign Minister V; M. Molplov in- ormally during Ihe Geneva meel- ng. grains Open Steady CHICAGO 1/ri — Grains opened leady in very slow dealings on lie Board of Trade today. A $200 SPECULATION FOR BIG STAKES , 80-acre oil and gas lease — active area — in oil rich Wyoming recorded in your name. Leases offered' in areas near production and exploration. Write today! No obligation! 'JOHN E. 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