Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on June 10, 1957 · Page 2
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"TWO EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., MONDAY, JUNE 10, 1957 Dial PA 2-4600 for a WANT AD Taken Ike Brother Given Tests In Hospital Johns Mupkiiis I load "Rcpot'loil To Have Kidney Infection BA1.TIMORK, * — Further te§ts were scheduled loday for| Dr..Milton S. Eisenhower, .Johns Hopkins University president hospitalized with what a preliminary diagnosis sliowed to be a kidney infection. A university spokesman said ICiscjihovpr became ill late Saturday and was confined to his bed,at home. He was admitted lo Johns Hopkins Hospital yes- tefday with a lever. Dr. Kisonliowor. 57, is the youngest brother of President Eisenhower. "Uncomfortable but not considered serious" was the way Keith Spaulrling, Eisenhower's administrative assistant, described the illness. l!c said the university president was taken lo the. hospital where lie could receive con- rrtant-aHcntion and have-the bene- Jit of laboratory facilities. The illness became known yesterday when it was announced on Johns Hopkins' "File 7" television program (ABC) that Dr. Eisenhower would he unable to appear because he was ill. Spaulding said Eisenhower mav require as much as a week of rest and treatment before return-' ing lo work, which would mean 1 missing his first commencement as Johns Hopkins president. Dr. Nathan M. Puscy, president of Harvard University, will be the speaker at the commencement scheduled for tomorrow. Eisenhower assumed his duties as . university president Oct. 1, 1956, and was inaugurated last Feb. 22. He previously served as president of Pennsylvania Stale University and Kansas Stale College. Nol Related (Continued from Page 1) ei native, adding that the ailment could have heen fatal unless the jlockagc had been eliminated. Food Poisoning Kills 12 Persons LA PLATA, Argentina Wi—Food poisoning has killed 12 persons in La Plata. Health authorities are inoculating hundreds of others with a si/able percentage of Ihe world's supply of an antitoxin. Fifty persons are hospitalized— many of them in iron lungs—as a result of the poisoning attributed In/spoiled pimicntos served in a La Plata restaurant. The poisoning, botulism, is a severe and frequently fatal ailment caused by the aclion of bacteria on certain foods, oflen because (hey are improperly canned or preserved. Gfcain Futures Steady • CHICAGO HI — Most grain f«i lures held about steady at the start on the Board of Trade lo day.,Soybeans were a little [inner than grains. Looking* L >vith Luke HERE'S IIAHRY'S fUlANDSON — My name is Clifton Truman Daniel. My inolher is Margaret Truman Daniel, whose daddy was President of the United Slates. I was born June 5 at Doctors Hospital, New York. My father, Clifton Daniel, took this picture. <AP Phatolot) Zoli Regime Seen Weaker Five Killed, Slayer Ends Life In. Car TOUO.N'TO W-Police said a 37- [year-okl electrician killed his wife, wonts and two children yesterday because the parents and wife objected lo in's drinking and way of life. After the multiple slaying James D. Sinclair rammed his car into j bridge abutment and killed himself. Friends said he was a moderate drinker. Police said Sinclair apparently got up at 5 a.m. antl took a 15- inch pipe from the cellar. lie bludgeoned his sleeping parents. Mr. and Mrs. James Sinclair Sr., his 3S-year-old wife .Margaret and son Ian, 7. Then lie strangled his 2-year-old dauglv ler Joy with a necktie in her crib After washing ami changing his dollies, Sinclair left in his car. He drnvc west on Queen Elizabeth Highway half a mile, turned j around and headed at high speed into the concrete abutment. Police said Sinclair left six disjointed noles, saying his wife and parents interfered with his way of life and objected to his drinking. Turnpike Trial In Second Week HAflRISBURG. Pa. OH — The ruilti-million dollar Pennsylvania Turnpike conspiracy trial entered Is second week today with High- vays Secretary Joseph J. Lawler called lo testify. Lawler was reported ready to 'say plenty" about Ihe Commonwealth's charge that nine men- lot including himself — conspired to fleece (he Toll Road Commission of J9ii million dollars. ROME, l/f>-Adone Zoli's new . The doctors also said then lhal c " ristian Democratic government be operation, in their opinion, iclually probably increased Jii- vas reported wavering loday in he midst of the most confused GIRAKD FIANCEE "NEKVOtfe AND UPSET"—Haru Candy Sueyama holds an Associated Press radiophoto of her fiance's mother as she prepares lo visit William Girard at Camp Whiltington, Japan. She said his case has become so complicated that he is "nervous and upset, and so am I." (AP Photofax via radio from Tokyo) Maryland Man Dies After Fight'Near Home SILVER SPRING, Md. MV-Edward W. Pratt, -13, died last night after a fight in front of his home. Police said he was found in front of his home early'yesterday by a passing motorist. They said he and William Raymond Alder. 26, fought earlier when Pratt refused lo reenter his house in which Alder also lives. A Philippine university, Santa Tomas, founded in 1611, is older than any in'the United Stales. There are about 200 famous private estates in England which are open to visitors. Crash Kills Nurse WASHINGTON W - Mrs. Ros Walter, 37, registered nurse an wife of Melvin Waller, who plaj siring bass in the National Syn phony Orchestra, was killed las night in an automobile crash. jraham Sees Russia Ripe ?or Revival NEW VOIiK VH— Billy Graham ays a lot of people believe they'll ave plenty oi company if they go o hell. But the evangelist told 19,000 eople at Madison Square Garden ast night, "I've got an idea you von't even see anyone else. I be- .eve that's part of hell—the great oncliiiess of it." He also said a lot of people eel that when they die, the good mil the had things they've done ire scparalcd and, if the good out- vcighs the bad, they go to heaven. "That's not the way it is at 1," he said. "You':e Judged en- irely on the way you stood with Christ." Graham was on television twice •estcrday — first on Meet the 3 ress over NBC-TV and laler on he network's Steve Allen Show, vhich devoted live minutes lo die evangelist in a remote telecast Yom the Garden. On Meet Hie Press. Graham described Hussia as ripe for "the greatest religious revival in his- :ory." He said he would like lo preach .here "without any strings attached. "[ don't believe they have stamped out faith." He said he was approached two years ago by Baptist leaders in Russia and invited to visit the Soviet Union. He said 1 he liked the, idea hut made his visit conditional on having no "strings attached." Relations between (he United Stales and Russia worsened soon thereafter, the evangelist said, and the matter was nql pursued. The Ferris wheel was invenle About one American in 12 isjin 1892 by George Washington more than 64 years of age. |Ferris. Paris' Eiffel tower was de- siencd by Gustave Eifel for the (international exposition of 1838. {or television equipment and servicing slip covers home improvements or any other product or service for tho home or business, always look first in the YELLOW PAGES of your Telephone Directory. • -N/ Find ll Fail In Th« Yellow Pages enhower's life span. The explanation offered for this tatemcnl was that a cause for nleslinal (rouble had been rc- novcd. Oh the evening before last •ear's ileitis attack, Eisenhower ad attended a banquet. Last evening, the President at- endcd ground - breaking ccre- nonies for construction at Amer- can University here, and rc- eived an honorary doctor of laws egree. Giving newsmen a chronologica eport on the development of the Resident's latest illness. Hagerty aid that when he met Eisenhow- r last evening lo go to American Jniversiiy. the chief executive aid he felt he was developing a tomach upset. "He used the phrase 'stomach ipset,' " Hagcrly reported. Eisenhower returned to the White House a litlle after 10 p.m. and by that time he was in dis tress. Dr. Snyder was called and ar rived at the While House shortly after 10 p.m. lie remainef through the night ant was slil with Eisenhower at midmorning Hagcrly then went on lo sa\ :hat Matlingly, (he . Walter Kccd heart specialist, came in thi morning. .Matlingly took an clcc .rocardiogram lo check on performance of the President's heart, which was damaged by a "moderate" coronary thrombosis in September, 1935. That attack hospitalized the President and kept •)im from his White House desk for 3'i months. Hagcrly said Hcalon, the physician who performed the ileitis surgery, probably would sec Elsen lower later. Eisenhower, llagerty reporled, was "up and down quite a few- limes last night" as a result of his llncss. Sis Die In Floods ISTANBUL i.*— Six persons were drowned yesterday in flash floods which hit Afyon province in west central Turkey. whtical crisis in Italy s postwar listory. Sources close to the courtly, 69- •ear-olri Premier said lie had con- ided to associates he would resign n a few days if a rccheck o •Yiday's parliamentary confidence vole showed his wintiing majority depended on Fascist support. Zoli, a staunch anli-Fascist, hac said a few hours before life "vote ~ ie would subtract any Fascis votes from his fatal. Amendment To Hill Calls For Correction BISMARCK. Ni D. W— Although he Senate General Affairs Committee said it was recommending passage of two frecdom-of-inform- ation bills, one of the measures reached the Senate with a recommendation for amendment. The bills, advocated by the North Dakota Press Association, and Sigma Delta Chi. professional journa ism fraternity, would require that records and mecl ings of boards, commissions anc other public bodies be open. The amendment? To correct the spelling of "accessible." Gen. Sheridan's Cnhin To ftp. .Memorial Site EL RENO, Okla. if,— A S2,MO fund raising drive is being con ducted here to creel a shelter over Ihe log cabin lhal '.served Gen. Phillips Sheridan as a hear quarters when he was commandant of Fort Reno in 1874. After z Ihe Civil War, Ihe general was sent to 'Oklahoma lo head the calvary's forces in Indian Territory. Home Slndv SEATTLE I.TI — John I.infield hopes Ihe thief who look his briefcase from the University ;of Washington Laiv School bnil< :ing will profit by Ihe two hooks in it. Both were on criminal law. 1 !? 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