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   Cumberland News, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1963, Cumberland, Maryland                                Bolivia Miners Agree To Release Hostages Todays Wtather in The Cumberland News Fourth Fatality Hits Rowlesburg Sec lack fog VOL 56 data matlv tkw act 1S7I CUMBERLAND MARYLAND MONDAY DECEMBER 16 1963 United AP PhotoUs 12 CENTS Three Die In Dam Collapse Paz Military Leader Sent To Pick Up 19 Government Troops Will Be Withdrawn Under Settlement LA PAZ Bolivia AP Plans moved ahead Sunday night for the release of 4 Amer1 ican and 15 other hostages held by striking tin miners high in the Andes for nine days Indications were however it would be late in the night or Monday morning before thei men are freed and sent on La Paz KILLED BY CAR Mike Schaffer 19 City College of New York baskol hostages being heldj ball star met violent in the mining region of Catavi some 180 miles southeast of La Paz President Victor Paz Es tenssoro sent his military chief Gen Alfredo Ovando to Oruro 30 miles north of Catavi to pick UP the hostages Leftist Vice President Juan Lechm arch foe of the presi dent and head of the tin min ers union flew to Oruro later in the day Lechm was accom pamed by US Ambassador Douglas Henderson and the a New York street early yes terday Police said Eddie Weissman 19 a laborer de Kberately drove his car into several collegians after a scuffle All were able to jump to safety except Schaffer who was struck by the car and dragged a block He died a short time later in a hospital AP Photofax Flood Scene Reminiscent Of Battlefield Resident Returns To Find Even His Lot Washed Away LOS ANGELES youre burned out at least you ihave your lot left You canre1 build v But what can we do We1 jdont have even that moaned Elliott an advertising ex ecutjve as he stared at thc huge hole in the ground where his luxurious house had stood until Saturday Elliott and his wife were pok ing around the muddy hole where their Baldwin Hills hill side home had slood II was swept away in a floodtide fromj the burst dam Sunday they were among the first residents admitted to the disaster area where 16500 people had lived Like Pocked Battlefield The scene was reminiscent of 259 Buildings Swept Away Or Damaged 75 Injured Loss Over Million In Disaster At LA LOS ANGELES AP aster officials counted 259 homes and apartment buildings de stroyed or damaged Saturday by the bursting of a midcity rlam and said it was n miracle no more than three lives were lost Cause of the break which spewed mud and water over a foursquaremile area of 9000 homes with 16500 residents re mained a mystery but early in vestigation pointed to two like ly causes A recent series of minor earth quakesand the possible collapse subterranean oil pools Torrent Released As Reservoir Bursts a bombpocked A wall of water sweeps down a canyon directly below the Los ters where homes had stood Angeles Baldwin Hills reservoir after the storage basin cracked Archbishop of La Paz Msgr C ing like stiff spaghetti Abel who has been j Portions of the foursquare acting as mediator Dime Itlf A mile area aPPeared totally dJ Paz Estenssoro said Gen IlllO MIlS strocd In lawns ap pvando also was under I1HIJ eA unharmed where houses to withdraw government troops O lhad been wrested from founda from the Oruro area Jl I NY 3PP Stflf tions In a places The hostages were seized Will VUgV cHUI iwere torn out homes litllei Dec 6 in retaliation for the gov harmed ernments arrest of two Red NEW YORK AP Fresh Elliott and his wife did not Union leaders jfrom ieading City College to vie sleep all night I A dispatch sent by the miners tory a basketball star met We just had to come back pipes poles and trees protrud open and released the torrent Saturday Houses were swept into kindling as the deluge surged past Three persons were killed and 15 were injured with damage estimated at million The flood destroyed or damaged 259 buildings This picture was taken by Richard Levine and amateur pholo graphcr AP Photofax American SlainSinatra Kidnapers to Lechm asking him to come lent death on a street Sundayand see it said Mrs Elliott of mud and Three Missing In S Viet Nam In Amateur League Nearly All Ransom Money Recovered Latin America Goals Outlined By President gaping SAIGON South Viet Nam HOLLYWOOD AP Whoold John William Irwin a tight Im more upset now than of pumped dry by wells near the scene Throughout the day Sunday thousands of evacuees queued up in blocklong lines at police control points lo return lo scene of almost incredible devastation 15 Persons Injured A terraced hillside below a reservoir high in the Baldwin Hills was swept clean of homes costing up to I as if by a giant mop A wall of water 30 feet high and 100 feet roared down the canyon j tumbling houses and cars like toys caught up in a childs tan trum Only the fact that police had WASHINGTON AP Presinlore than a nour to try to evac uale the area to Catavi indicated Lechins agreement with the government I drove his car into several tha KI to release tne hostages had notigians after a scuffle J Im more upset now linn Communist guerrillasare lhe three men accused of lipped man with an Johnson said Sunday nighl a ethe aiea the reser All were able to jump lo beginning interjected aUS officer in a jungle of arrests is determined to achieve S he and a The fisherman is Joseph community of nations Even so 15 persons who did received a radio message fromith car and draggecl a block He Ive had eight union officials in shortlv afterwards in a f UICUoilUlLl OlLCI a I Ho 111 d that the for lhe release pital ithat if it ever broke then weve ed bv the miners Some in the group of college Joseph hardly the sort of peopleAmsler 23 a former Navy enmoving forward together get out in time were injured helicopter crashed into the youd enlist as confederates if listed man and professionalprogress and freedom I Those who came back grim i pull the mostboxer arrested several times for The president sketched Lechine and Paz formerly frls told police ics but now political the driver of the car and hours later Eddie Weissman a 19 Eddie Weissman was arrested faced to poke in the debris de terms his views on policy j waiting for Yet authorities say these The brokers son is Barry toward Latin America in aout of hell made more hellish Thc helicopters copilot swamjthree all minor leaguers in Worlhingtqn Keenan also 23jleller to Thomas C Mann the red glow of emergency I ashore and was rescued by gov1 crime unlil now are the ones and unemployed a p p 1 i a n c ejson selected Mann Saturday tOSnls and the crisscrossing troops Sunday morning who spirited the 19yearolclisalesman described by his fnrmbe the new assistant secrctaryIDeams of helicopters looking for an afi victims pgrad Dozens spent hours in the dark perched on rooftops too LUIS wuiKcu oui a seiucmeni Q with some divers when Ihp holp ujim me uma aim uiiempiuvuu a p i i a u c acivvtcu maim oaiuma of the crisis Saturday nightj yanhaltan was arrested wag smalj thev couldcrnment troops Sunday morning who spirited the 19yearolcljsalesman described by his fnrmbe the new assistant secret Lechin agreed to order the reafuu He W3R chargedihave done something spending the night hiding singer from a mountain lake reer wife as a man who lived bciof state for interAmerican lease of the hostages if the govh homicide angrily ne bushes sort released him for S240000yond his means and had anifairs and apparently is upg ernment would release on bond1 Police said Weissman apparj why it was three hours aft He said he saw the other three ransom and landcd in Jail aUobscssion for money ing this position union leaders Irineo Pimental entlV did tit know Schaffer and cr jf slartecl leakinK beforc oneAmericans scrambling out ofin fhe space of 12G hours 45 Friends were astonished Mann now ambassador 0 wearv to desccnd after the flood and Fedcrico Escobar pending lne4 Denied trying to hit anyone police car even c here1 the craft and swimming latives when the FBI Mexico will replace Edwin trial in Catavi rather than inwitn hs car They said a remarkalc Us to evacuate I dont1 shore Troops scoured beaches The housc Pamlcr 1S 42yeardramatically broke its long siMartin who thc White House Jrllnt La Paz Thc government also ne apparently made to one of know thev1 didnt do anv n Quang Ngai Province in coni ilenco on HIP oasp Satnrriav anKaiVi ic in hn rtmn n inav An official agreed to withdraw troops R the girls led lo the scuffle thing faster tral Viet Nam after villagers D J C several Europeans KCDS jOtf little hope for re None of the Americans was I I I identified immedialcly will Stevenson Hits UN Fund Slash count showed Homes Homes with major damage T cl av hieh Son aged 20 points j Police Mid that after he Igame Schaffer and seven others left the gymnasium on the col lcges Manhattan campus Tlicv UNITED NATIONS NY fAP had walked five blocks when K6D Ambassador Adlai encountered Weissman D Dll AJ Stevenson assailed the House He was sitting in his car KlglltS Dill AdODllOtl which was double parked He no The two incidents inof lhe bloodiest weeks for Amerf I I are forces since they came to I A I flltl Ifm South Viet Nam wo years ago o help thc South Vietnamese igovernment fight the Commu TOKYO UPH Americwifc Of Tommy Sands was I nisi Viet Cong guerrillas A US an soldier defected to North the jlence on the case Saturday ansaid is lo be given a major am nouncing that lhe three men bassaclorial assignment in Latin had been arrested and that America I nearly all the ransom money The Prcsidenl conferred wilh had been recovered and that Sunday Officials said fi4 other suspects were b e i n g Jonnson Mann he wanls him to take the best parts of thc Homcs damage I Keenan and Amsler wercneignbor policv laid iown bv the An1monf classmates at University HiShlate President Franklin D W wth ma School in West Los Angelesscvell lhe Fori Curiously Nancy Sinatra sisterPlOBrcss iaimched by the latclnoJPrtmenl blnldin8s with ml of the kidnaped boy and now John F Kennedv and in use them a guideline for damaSe estimate i vIL same class Shc and Kcenian to climinalc nnvrrlv il H jhelicopter and a small plane Korea because he heard that nan were praduated in 1958 povcll1 Police Appropriations Committee crashed Thursday killing eighl everyone in the Communist naAmsler left school to join lhe Americans tion had a job Radio Sunday for slashing from S136made some remarks to one of WASHINGTON lib The latest fatality brought loyang said Sunday million lo S100 million US funds j the girls in the group The boys eral effort to force thc civili85 the number of Americans The official voice of thc North class say K earmarked for voluntary contook offense Weissman got oiil rights bill lo thc House floor for killed in action against the Viet Korean government identified wcrc noV fr tributions to special UN pro0f his car and there was a brief a vole wil1 succeed if the Rules Cong Sixly other Americans the GI as Jerry Wayne Parrish son now a and disease from Hemishcre IMVIIIIIICU the dead as mc Mrs Ha tie Schwarz 73 Mau grams that help children in the street gees and struggling young coun Weissman then jumped niontb Rep trics into his car gunned the motor Emanuel Cellcr DNY said The chief US delegate to theand raced at the collegians Sunday United Nations declared in 250word statement that the committee headed by Rep Otto Rail Strike Called Passman DLa applied the nrr ricfl Clifton Carroll 60 and Others who were in the S Aich All were resi Mann will be in charge of all of a 650imit aparlment r litical economic and m Hilary development on low ground be Committcc does not clear the have died of warrelated causes of Morganfield Ky assigned to says Keenan knew Nancy bet the 1st Cavalry Division along ler than most people in thc Tot Dies 12 Hours If the committee doesnt act S3 bS8 fc neS S After Massage House floor by Jan 23 under meat ax across the board to ROME AP Communisllcd discharge petition those US contributions jrailway unions Sunday sched And with the help of President He said thc UN a 24hour strike starting at Johnson Im quite confident and US prestige would sufferj8 Pm Thursday on the Italian that a civil rights bill will nasmorUh if this shocking action is not stale railways This hits the rail both houses Cellcr said on Ra lovved reversed He expressed at the start of the clio Press Inlernationals 1 F ili A Ct TT1 QCVIlch j i Restarts Heart than most people the truce line between North school omitlecl any reference lo and South Korea Sinatra Sr said Saturday lhatmilitarv and lhere was no c A broadcasl heard here said his daughter viewed photos of of why Parrish crossed into North KorKcennn but didnt recognize c on Dec 6 while on patrol nim Chou Nasser Confer aul Keenan s cxwifc Donna oh Youngs wife was one of the In his letter Sunday Johnson injured She was washed out of the a second story window at the exheight of the flood Young downstairs at the time was swept three quarters of a mile away His body was found in a pile of mud and debris at old a 1 I now feel real happincs unlaincfi an interlocutory divorce CAIRO UPI Communist Jcffcrson Blvdand Higuera Kd der lhe warm care of the govdecree Nov 12 Chinese Premier Chou Enlai rs Schwartl dlcd when her 11arnmrmt and nnnnln hovn Ihr Car W3S inln an lief that Congress would rush ithe People along with the committees rec ommendations The UN voluntary funds are part of a pending foreign aid appropriations bill The nmit tee cut the total in thc hill Sal urday o S28 billion less Ihan President John F Ken c i nedy originally for INUI E n g 1 a n d actors Peter Ustinov and John Lord Mayors parlyNeville producer Sir Tyrone Rue RnmKprJ 17 was going flll swinS and PrinGuthrie ami Bus Bomoea Mapaarofc hfhnnA Lord Dunlop They wcrc ato Hungry Actors Ho Food Party Turned Into Brawl u u j ernment and people here the 11 swa1 radio quoted Parrish as saying small Christmas toy Tncy are thc k1ndesl coplc Todays ChUCkle Sunday 12 hours after two nave evcr mct atld am nmv medical students had performed promiscd a brignl fllllire a successful heart massage Smilh Milis Ky Par The boy Patrick McBride Sundav night conferred with car was swept into an excava When youre playing golf nothing counts like your oppo nent Copyright General Fealures Corp Unitccl Arab Republic Prcsidenl Gamal Abclel Nasser in first formal talks of Chous month trip through Africa toMoon Pcklngbruises Irving fulilely lo reach Mrs Schwarlx before flood wa tion at Rodeo Rd and La Cien Tler sister Mrs Ber 75 was pulled from by Police Sgt V T Four Carnival Workers Sought In Brutal Slaying ROfOTA Columbia rnPHSnowdon was mingling conviviing at the party because the cllesl hearL massaSc foifind a u wi mmulcs while Dr that he had heard that thev wounding 22 On Inside Pages blew up a bus in Toally with the local bigwigs actors had to change te in central Colombia Everylhing was fine until a waited for stage hands Sunday killing 17 persons of hungry aclors troopedlto tiJy UP in and fists began to fly Details of thc incident leaked suscilallon Having just performed at Salurday days after loren opening of Nottinghams new rparty sail milliondollar playhouse the ac the Lord Ma tors raced across lo lhe who was Lor Snow bration party in City Hall o eat Said was worricfl jBut they found thc food and j 1C cast ol any idrink nearly all gone most of oodl c scemcd Rcnuincly con consumed by those who hadcerned and suggested we should just watched their performanceSCC lere was anthing in his Protests were aired Soon after that a member 0flSlinda Shi h hcai1 was re Ann Landers 3 Bridge 9 Comics 9 Crossword 9 Cryptoquole 9 Crossword 9 Deaths 11 Dr Van Dellen 5 Editorial Page 5 Racing 9 Secrets Of Charm 4 Sports 7 8 TriState News 6 Want Ads 1011 Hit By Explosion Fire Four Children Perish In Rural Home Blaze out side lhe mayors parlor It was said a city Two Snowdon At that The theatrical parly included walked oul mother Mrs Virginia Oreland Pa had choked on a Craddock said she does not bc small metal whistle from a toy licve he has defected Nothing i rubber Santa Claus His heart that anybody can Icll me will jhad slopped when he was make me bclive thai hes gone brought to Chestnut Hill Hospiover to the Communists she tal Saturday night Samuel Amuso and Charles Tne radio said Parrish Gnau students at Jefferson thought about leaving the Ar jMedical College performed mv but was afraid he could not YORK Ala UPI The Culpeppcr IvinR in thc boltom Job It quoted him as FBf Sunday joined thc a 25foot well near a church Leonard was dead when carnival workers charged with killing a man was rushed to a hospital in crit crilically injuring his wife and jcal condition Shc undcrwenl throwing the couple inlo a deep surgery Saturday A hospital well spokesman gave her a 5050 Warrants issued Sunday chance of survival after Ivins JASPER Ark UP charged the slillatlargp susalop her 55year old husbands children were killed Iheir fainpccts with murder assaull wifh body for hours in lhe well er was seriously burned and intent lo murder robbery and YJI alcrl for Ihp very dan KENVII N J f API An PV anotncr child was hospilalizedburglary Thc FBI said a wargcrous men identified them as with minor burns Sunday when rant for unlawful flight to avoidClarence Cecil Coon 21 John fire destroyed their rural home prosecution would be issued Lucas Gerald Ealon and east of here The ati ck occurred Friday j Dennis Woods 17 eTV i Tne davbreak fire at the home night when the couple apparent1 Sumter Counlv Sheriff L theater company found himA spokesman at the plan sad of Mr and Mrs Ammon caught thc four men ran BaZ said lhe wilh a1 lhe area of the explosion could not Howard was in the sparsely sacking Iheir housc officersheaded towards U 1oplllalcd nortlicasl section ofsaid car wilh an Alabama liccnscl n ininrir y Newton County Firemen and Thc robberymurder was notiplale He said Ihp men were be lem VpV county sheriffs officers were discovered unlil Saturday whenMieved lo have license taps in com ine spokesman said lhe exnot immedialcly able lo detera Negro woman found the bodtheir possession from Oklaj plosion was not of large its cause ies of Mr and Mrs Leonard I homa Louisiana and Texas Continued on page 2 Early Bird Gets The Wool Suit And we hope he bagged his deer at least he should have been able lo get an early enough start When sending in a 1day remit tance for this recent ad WOOI huntinr suli dry cleaned like new red and black SIS 3010 KraR sporl mrxlH ilipg retwl pad bnx shells SI8 Beam hunting hnols 12 inch S nood con riitinn SS rtc the advertiser enclosed a note lhat stated The 3 items were sold al am isl morning of ad I must had had 100 calls So leis have those ads for Guns Shells and Suits fc Boots 99 people are wait ing TIMESNEWS WANT ADS DIAL 7224fiOO   

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