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   Oneonta Star, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1958, Oneonta, New York                             Cloudy, Warm, Humid Cloudy, warm and humid with scattered fhowert developing in north portion in afternoon. July Mmbn of Aiaoctottd VOL. 68. No. 13. Spend Ihlw M By SelliBf .Your Itaa In The Slmr'i WaafAdi Otngd od Dttewm't Giurt PrlM Cwfe Paiw Cuban Rebels Free 5 Hostages, U.S. Consul 'Copter Brings Captives Out Of Jungle HAVANA Five of the 49 North Americans kid- naped by Cuban and a U. S. consul who went to their rescue were airlifted to the Guantanamo naval base Wednesday. A helicopter made two trips to I hrinS tne irced caPtives lhe consul out of the jungles to the U.S. base in southeast Cuba. 1 The helicopter then stopped op- 1 1CQ2C 10 EratinB lor the night. O At this point 44 cap_tives still were to be returned. Indications were that their release may be imminent. ___........_....... SKCOND FLIGHT Eisenhower Wednesday passed the! Returning on the second Ilight word he still regards Sherman j wjtn Park Wollam, the U.S. con- I cnl nt Rnntinpn were: Coral Ga- Back Adams WASHINGTON WU1O .lull lUKtiiiia uni-i mini i I rtl IV me Adams as indispensable in the job I sui at Santiago, were: of top White House assistant. I Anthony Chamberlain, The renewed pledge of support came six hours after Eisenhower, at his news conference, made a statement arousing new specula- tion he might reconsider Adams' status. The President said his statement of two weeks one in which he said Adams had been impru- dent but "I need "no more and no less expression of my convictions at that time." Those last three words seemed to suggest that Eisenhower now was reserving judgment on the stern New Englander who allowed Boston industrialist Bernard Gold- fine to pay his hotel bills and give him favors. But Eisenhower cut off the op- portunity lor a prompt clarifica- tion by adding: "The (Housel hearings are still going on. and 1 will not make any comment or entertain any questions about the matter." As soon as reporters streamed out of the stickily hot conference room they were besieging press secretary' James C. Hagerty for an interpretation: Had new reve- lations in the House hearings, plus bles Fla. Howard A. Roach, Watertown, N.Y. The first three brought back were two Americans and a Ca- nadian: W. Coster, an employe ol the.Maurice Knight Co.: Henry Salmonson of Portland, Ore., am Edward Cannon of Cornwall, Ont Coster's hometown was no known. The motivation o! the wholesal ning world peace. The 4Vi-page letter, in Russian, was delivered to the State Depart- ment some hours after the White House made public a new Eisen- hower letter to Khrushchev. IKE'S ACCUSATION In his letter, Eisenhower WASHINGTON House handed President Eisenhower a stinging setback Wednesday by cutting for- eign aid funds 872 million dollars and ignoring his warn- ng that its action "will encourage Communist Imperial- j "As our gasoline ran low, we UII I Miuw emu uuici. AS Our saalHlllc rein luw, "We were due in Graffenwoehr. j (0 find our directions. We a training area in West Germany, jthen took off again and landed rising Republican demands for They did not show where he was Adams' scalp, prompted Eisenhow- er to reconsider his views of a fortnight ago? Hagerty refused to'make an in- terpretation on his own but agreed no guarantee of try to get one from Eisenhower himself. from. Release of the three left 44 U.S. citizens and two Canadians still presumably in rebel hands in Ori- ente Province. (A ham radio broadcast inter- Rebels in Tripoli Hoist White Flags After Pounding BEIRUT, Lebanon units dug in wound the port area of embattled Tripoli htristed white flags Wednesday and government forces granted them'a cease- eopted Florida meanwhile quoted Cuban rebel leader Fidel Castro as ordering release of any j North Americans who may be 1 held by his followers. Merritt I.Stoner of Lakeland, Fla., told the I Lakeland Ledger he picked up the broadcast from, a man in Cuba POTTER, Neb. (API It's a j identifying himself as a newspa- good thing', loe Kubes was slowed corresponndent. by a leg injury when a tornado Stoner said the cast was direct- swept through his farmyard and erf to an Alabama ham for relay Leg Injury Saves Farmer threw him to the ground. to the New York Times and Presi- A flash of lightning Tuesday j dent Eisenhower, night illuminated a nearby ma-! (At abuut the same time CBS chine shed and Kubes started to! Radio Correspondent Tom Costigan hobble that way. iat Santiago. Cuba, reported to his Seconds later, in another flash j Now York office that four cap- of lightning, he saw the shed will be released Thursday, gone, along with thr two combines-His call was cut off before he il contained, all swept away by could give any names, CBS the twister. isaid.i. OUR BUSY WORLD fire. Word of the new development came even as government vigil- antes, bolstered by Itesh volun- teers, closed in on rebel forces menacing Beirut Airport. The Tripoli truce was shaky, however. It was accepted by the army only on strict condition that the rebels would not fire a single shot. It marked the first sign of a real break in the 54-day-old rebellion and increasing evidence that op- position forces in the north around Tripoli are weakening. The rebels began the revolt in Tripoli Kay 10. The government manned strong defenses there and was determined to keep the rebels out of the city lest they use it as a capital for a separate govern- ment. BIOGEST BATTLES The biggest battles ol the revolt took place in Tripoli last weekend. You'll Want To Read... SIDNEY SCHOOL Board sets policy en injured children. Pate 2 REGENTS approve Otsego CAP Cadet training. Pane 3 37 CARS derailed. Page 5 DR. FRIEDMAN given honor. Page 9 PIONEER Gallery opens. Pare 16 Government forces shelled rebel lines. repeatedly NEWS GENEVA Scientists from both sides of the Iron Curtain set a cautious pace Wednesday for their conference on delecting violations of any nuclear test ban. The dele- gates called a one-day recess to prepare for the highly tech- nical work ahead. TORONTO Canada's four-day birthday weekend eost the nation 102 accident deaths. A Canadian Press survey nf the Dominion Day holiday period listed 50 traffic deaths and 47 NATIONAL HIGHLIGHTS WASHINGTON Eisenhower said Wed- nesday he hopes In reach some honest agreements with Prime Minister John Diefenbaker nf Canada to settle mutual prob- lems. WATERTOWN, S, D. drives on the. wTong side, nf the highway beoause her car runs better there. That's what Mrs. Alice Crary Brown, 70, of Salem, Ore., told Mu- nicipal Judge A. R. Henrikson Wednesday when she was brought in on a charge nf reckless driving. She pleaded In- nnrent. Judge Henrikson disagreed. He fined her and costs, and suspended S25 of the fine, STATE NEWS BRIEFS SCHENECTADY, N. Y. Speaker Oswald n Heck appeared today before a special grand jury investi- gating possible links between the Schcncctady Police De- partment and local gambling interests. NEW YORK LaMarca Wednesday lost an- other lasl-dltch move to escape the electric chair for the kidnap slaying of baby Peter Weinberger. HAMILTON, N. Y. disarmament is the. only allernat'vn to a war so terrible its survivors "would envy the Socialist leader Norman Thomas said Wed- nesday nigh The Tripoli foices of former Premier Raschid Karami have put up some of the toughest resistance jto President Camiile Chamoun's pro-Western regime. But some of their supply lines were cut the past week and one report said they might be running out of am- munition. i Meanwhile, armed villagers loy- i al to Chamoun poured up to the lines. These vigilantes, with jet fighter support, .seized hills on three sides of Kabr Chemoule vil- lagc near Beirut. Rebel followers lot Kamal Jumblatt have been j putting up a stiff fight in this area. I __ Ship Christens Seaway Lock MASSENA. N. Y. (AP> A I Coast Guard cutter jumped the gun by two days Wednesday to become the first vessel through the Snell of the St. Lawrence Vito Clams During Probe WASHINGTON (AP) again to determine where we were. We talked to someone near the autobahn (highway) and found out that we were in East Germany and had to go southwest to get back on course. "We started again. But the heli- copter ran out of gas. The pilot was forced to land in a field with stumps and the helicopter was damaged. The ground where we landed was soft and as the heli copter sank in, its tail came up and it was slashed off by the rotor together with our radio antenna. "We all got out of the aircraft and realized the importance of contacting the authorities so tha we could be returned quickly. CONTACT POLICE "One of the officers went up to the highway and contacted the police. We waited until the police came. They turned us over to a Russian officer in a Russian camp. We were told that night by a Russian major that we would have breakfast with lhe i German army and then be prevention of Surprise attack.' turned. "I was not questioned by the; Russians but the pilots and some' of the officers were. "The next morning wp were put individually into small auto- loi mobiles and taken to a large accused the Soviet government of wrectajng diplomatic preparations 'or a possible summit meeting. Eisenhower the door to resuming negotiations on summit issues, if Khrushchev wants to But he said Russia's recent con duct "cannot but cast doubt" on Soviet intentions toward careful preparation lor a heads ol gov eminent conference. The latest message from Mos- cow wa; delivered to Undersecre- tary ol State Christian Herter by Soviet Embassy counselor Serge Striganov. U.S. REJECTION Striganov had been called to the State Department to receive a U.S. rejection of a Russian pro- test against a recent by Atty. Gen. William Rogers criti- ciring Soviet policies. When Striganov emerged from Herter's office, he disclosed the Khrushchev letter. He described it as "a new initiative of the So- viet government directed to- ward lessening international ten- sion and strengthening peace in the world." State Department press officer Lincoln White told reporters the message "concerns the question W AdniSNlt 1 WIN I I y no i iin'iiiit-.-i >.n......... Genovese linked to murder, the j building, which we believe was in. Mafia and treason before the Sen-1 Frankenberg. ate Rackets Committee refused: (Krankenberg is a town near Wednesday to tell the commitee Karl-Marx-Stadt, about 50 miles from the West German border Tuscaroras Win Review NEW YORK Tusca- i-ora Indians Wednesday won a sts." Alter beating all attempts to re- store funds chopped out by its appropriations committee, the House passed and sent to the Sen- ate by a roll-call vote of 253-126 a bill putting up in new cash to finance the aid pro- gram during the fiscal year that started Tuesday. Eisenhower had asked lor The House cut that by 872 millions and voted to ap- propriate 597W millions less than Congresr authorized last week in a separate enabling law. The to- t.-' approved is less than the program was given last year. IKE IN NEW PLEA Only a lew hours before the House acted, Eisenhower made a third plea that Control not tol- low the appropriations committee recommendations. He made simi- lar appeals last Friday and again Tuesday. The House didn't heed them as it beat back two attempts to hike the funds in the face of Eisen- hower's word that the cuts amounted to "reckless risks with our safety." Republicans who supported the proposals for increases said they felt certain the Senate would grant the request for more money, es pecially if the chief executive makes a public appeal for supper via radio and television before the Senate acts. Normally the Senate increases House foreign aid fund and then compromises on amount halfway between what the twi branches originally voted. Millions Lost In Singe Fire HOLLYWOOD. Calif. (AP) A i full-dress court review of their fight to save their Upstate reser- vation from the Niagara power litre man nis project. The squat and swarthy New j and not far from where the hell-; f-cderai Appeals Judge Leonard more than his name. The squat and .-v.. York mobster, asked to state his i copter came riown.i :P. Moore scheduled a hearing on multimillion-dollar fire ruined the sound stage Wednesday. The blaze also postponed reali- zation of a 10-year-old dream by producer Sam Goldwyn. who had planned to start work in the big stage on "Porgy and Bess." the Law Stricter On Drivers of Rented Trucks By CHARLES DUMAS ALBANY, N. Y. (AP) Begin- ing next year, the average drivel will have to obtain a 'cense before he may .rent one ol hose drive-it-yourseli trucks in New York State. This, it was learned Wednes- day, is the way the State Motoi Vehicle Bureau has decided to in- erpret a law enacted by the 195) legislature. It goti into cited June 1. Unless current rules are chang- ed, drivers who want the chauf- feur's license will have to take rx-w, stiller road test and pay ai ;xtra J6 lee. A state organization of car ami truck rental companies is girding to light for repeal or modification of the measure in the 1959 Legis- lature. HURT THE BUSINESS An official of the group gaW Wednesday the require meni would "hurt the truck rental busi- ness tremendously." The law was passed and signec by Gov. Harriman, on the bu- reau's recommendation, to estab lish tougher standards for driven of the heavier, more dangerous vehicles, such as tractor-trailers. A spokesman for the bureau sail! that, when the measure was draft- ,ed. there was no intent to inter- I fere with the do-it-yourself prac- jtice of renting a truck lor lighl moving or hauling jobs. However, he said, the law cat be interpreted no other way ex- cept to require a chauffeur's li- cense of anyone who slips behind the wheel of a truck. He added that the bureau did not plan tc seek a change in the statute! iorK monster, asttea 10 sitiiu i-upn j- iviuure ,.vw. ...e, sjagp on i orgy MHO me business or occupation, replied j "In Frankenbcrg we had break- case July u before the full. jciassic George Gershwin musical. with an Italian accent: "I respect- i fast and we were questioned in- lnreo.mcn u. S. Court ol Appeals. fully decline to answer on the dividually. All of our personal N-pw Havm, conn. grounds il might tend to incrimi- pers were taken from vetpran moviemaker nate me." these were later returned. but; At the same time, Moore ex tended to that date an order re straining the State Power Author Leg Aids Getaway LONDON One-legged i said reconstruction of the jfflO-by- serving a five- (400-foot structure on his Hollywood j scmence for jrauri, -lot will begin immediately. taken to a nospital Wed- was one on whether "he had treas-'time we thought WP were being on the Tuscarora Res-j onable dealings in Italy during returned. But instead we were an ar- ._____ leg. He got it, eluded I guard and escaped. World War II. moved to a sports club. He balked al saying whether he "We slaved there until last Two Indian chiels, Elton Green and Harry Patterson, looked on gave financial aid to Benito Mus- Wednesday night when again sjicntiy as Moore made his deci solini or whether the Italian die- were awakenerl at 11 o'clock tator decorated him for sen-ices moved again by to the Fascist party. brought here." Denies Iiifliiviivr Again GoUfine Says Aides Treated Adams Expenses as Business WASHINGTON I API Bernard! nird previously he exerted any Goldfine said Wednesday night it influence in behalf of the wealthy Seaway. The cutler i through IShc ha< Maple slipped the lock without fanfare. Lake St. Lawrence and the Wiley-1off hjs and hospitality the trip July -t. when the new won, brjghi red shirts. losed truck and Tuscarora3 have been fight- jng tor months, sometimes with a 'show of physical force, against encroachment., on their reserva- tion by the Power Authority. They claim the territory is protected by federal law and treaty against condemnation. The authority claimed il bar; of- fprr-rt generous repayment to the Indians [or the land condemned as a reservoir. was not'he hut his accountants' Boston industrialist. Kiwailis Clubs who treated his favors for Shrr-, a statement hanrlerl In ro- man Adams as business expenses, j porters Wednesday night. He said the government is free to; fine said: Gold- CHICAGO Canadian, Kenneth B. Loheed of Toronto adjust his tax returns. "I think most businessmen turn Word that Goldfine had charged thp 0[ account Donriero ship channel are expect-; Arf. ed to be filled. ing ;ind iax returns to .......ams as- business expenses iqHalifipd accountants. That's what :did not shake President Eisen- j rio A dynamite blast yesterday de- bower's avowed determination to (Wednesday was elected presi- dent of the Kiwanis Internation- al at the organization's 43rd an- nual convention. stroyed a temporary dam and by Adams, his chipf aide sent millions nf gallons of water; Several m coursing inlo the Ito-milc-long lake i Commerce I and channel. The Snell lock is the ".lust lhe way snme big coin- Complaint Rejected WASHINGTON The States rejected Wcrlnes- i the downstream end of the Sea- way channel. Secretary of the Army Wilber Bruckcr, speaking at ceremonies dedicating the two U. S. Seaway locks, relayed a promise by Presi- dent Eisenhower that the United States would continue to support Seaway development and use. ams, nis cniri HHII-. lombcrs of the House j panies deducl airplanes and StaU, subcommittee invest i-'mobiles and conventions, and riay complaint that At- i-platinns between sonic o-vrn deduct yarhls. WP dr- ty, Gen. William P. Rogers (jommc ann .uianis rum- _ tended that Goldfine's lax treat- This w because on. people do montoJ the favnrs to Adams indi-i Un of travelmg and Us almpM cated he meant to get something i always on business. Goldfinc and Adams have 1.II n. Idur.t hotel hills in our business. slanricrcrl the Soviet Union in a Chicago speech June 21. tangible in return. Goldfinc said such bills are han- LnglHlL Nl i tiui il. But Goldfine denied that in as a mailer of routine and statement, as he had done under i that hr has nothing to do with oath before the subcommittee earlier in the dav. Adams had dc- tbem. including those for Adams and Mrs. Adams. Today's Chuckle If women are really m smart, why do they wear blouses that button up the back! __......Eg THIS AIR-CONDITIONED plywood sphere, fitted with a thick circular latex mattress, is called a "bed ol the year 2000." It's an exhibit at World Fair in BrusseU.   

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