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Chester Times (Newspaper) - September 21, 1957, Chester, Pennsylvania Its Lulb a times saturday sept 21 1957 reduction in services attacked senators fear Security per led Washington sen mans Field said today the Eisenhower administration May be placing Economy ahead of our Security in reducing the strength of the armed forces sen Jackson Dwash said at the same time the pentagons orders to reduce military Man Power by 200000 men would re Duce our armed forces below Levels approved by Congress has been done strictly by the administration without Consul tation with Congress Jackson said in a Telephone interview from Washington state Cut the critical comments of the two democratic senators were aimed at a new order announcer thursday requiring the army air Force Navy and Marine corps to reduce their forces by another 100000 men by next june 30 this order comes on top of a directive last july under which 100000man Cut must be completed by dec 3l taken together the two cuts would lower total american armed strength to 2600000 men instead of the 2800000 authorized for the fiscal year which began last july l ignores minimum both Jackson and Mansfield said the administration apparently is ignoring what Congress considers military Force for rational Security to be the recess any Mansfield assistant Senate democratic Leader in a separate interview Here said the series of Pentagon Economy moves will raise some questions in the new session of Congress starting next january i hone the defense department knows what it is doing mans Field said frankly i am very much disturbed by this cutback in our air Power it Means a reduction of from 133 to around 123 wings worker Breaks his arms Helsinki i Jean Sinemus a brooding mystical giant among the worlds composers died last night at the age of 31 he had been in Good health until stricken with a brain Hemor rage at the Villa which he built near Helsinki 53 years ago Chester five workers were injured during the last 1l hours while on jobs in this area the most serious Accident occurred at Bryton chemical co where Edward Raiger 27 of 8435 lesser a Philadelphia fell off a scaffold he suffered possible broken arms Raiger was admitted to Crozer Hospital for treatment after being taken there by Linwood ambulance treated at the Hospital were Percell Street to of 1701 w 2nd St Wilmington who Cut his Finger at Ford motor co and Frank Fisher 25 of Garnet mine re Boothwyn who Cut his Finger on a machine at Upland industries inc two workers were treated for cuts at Chester Hospital they Are Gene Gilgore 26 of 2226 Hen Loper St Wilmington a Scott paper co Empoe and Albert Malizia 41 of 1425 Chester pm Eddystone a Phoenix Iron steel co worker curtsy teacher arrives in us new York a partner a the London school of depart ment has come Here to teach american women to Queen Elizabeth ii and Prince Philip mrs Simone Kaplan 27 advised As she arrived yesterday Fiat Curts Ying int As easy As it looks quite often she said peo ple simply fall Down and they cant get up if s nerves anybody unable or unwilling to perform a curtsy or a Bob May Greet the Queen with a hand shake the British information services said blames the in general Assem Bly in new York soviet foreign minister Andrei Gromyko says that the United states is to blame for the present crisis in the Middle East Gromyko also disclaimed any intention by the Kremlin to meddle in internal Mideast affairs composer Jean Sibelius Dies in Finland at 91 Sibelius left Bis imprint on the world of music with 13 symphonic sagas seven symphonies and Sev eral works for piano and strings he also left a mystery although Lis last published music appeared n the late 1920s he was believed to have worked on an eighth sym phony in More recent years his death May yield the answer banned by Russia the grand sweep of his tone poem filandia has intrigued and mystified audiences since it was first performed in 1899 the russians who then ruled the land of the finns fearing that its grandeur might incite Freedom rights banned it for a while the Swan of Tunela with a dark philosophy of death and dam nation was second to filandia in the favor of Western audiences Sibelius symphonies especially those in e and in d also were widely played Sibelius last published major work was tapioca which appeared in 1926 and a collection of minor works called opus 116 was published in 1929 wild somber one critic said the craggy faced composer identified himself with the wildest the most vivid and the most somber manifestations of the Field Woods sea and sky he spent Many hours tramping through Woodlands near his be Todas weather temperatures in 24 hours o High yesterday 78 Low this eluded Home and watching 56 average yesterday non runs windows Sibelius was born on dec 8 1s65 at Hamelin a in Central Finland he began composing at the age of 10 after a fling at be Gal studies he dedicated his life to music Brookhaven boys tour Washington Brookhaven visiting tha nations capital today Are 47 boys and 14 adult leaders of Brook Haven cub scout troop 493 departing at am from Chester station of the Pennsyl Vania Railroad they will return at this evening according to cub master William who is in charge of the trip the scouts will first Stop at the White House and then visit Washington Monument after a picnic on the Monument grounds they will tour the smithsonian Institute and National museum then gathering at Washington restaurant for an evening meal they will tour the Capitol building most lightship in the great lakes have been replaced today by permanent structures this interpretive study of composer Jean Sibelius depicting the strength of the finnish people was done by Delaware county artist Alfred j Gorand of 102 Chester pm Ridley Park inspired by the p o w e r f u 1 composition filandia Gorand did the study from a group of photographs on Sibelius 90th birthday for this Date 67 expected High today 80 Low tonight 70 High tomorrow 85 24 hours 0 this month 293 this year 3449 Sun Rose am Sun sets pm Moon rises am Moonset pm today tides off Chester Tidewater terminal pier High am Low am and pm temperatures elsewhere City Atlanta Bismarck Boston Charleston Chicago Cleveland Denver Galveston Jacksonville los of Geles Miami Minneapolis new York Phoenix St Louis san Antonio san Francisco Seattle Tampa Washington do Winnipeg High 67 76 56 90 90 77 is 52 92 87 96 81 70 90 78 51 Low 66 63 69 45 81 76 61 80 48 70 78 54 47 75 70 43 subs dog Fleet in nato Maneu vers feature Nautilus by Elton c Fay aboard Carrier Forres Tal nuclear submarine Nautilus is hounding the us navys mightiest carriers in a War training exercise which poses the question of Flattop Volun Erabel Ity to undersea attack in exercise strik Eback biggest joint nato naval Man Euver the atom powered submersible is working with a Force of conventional submarines against a Large High Speed task Force built Aroun carriers and their Antisubmarine and antiaircraft defences rallying out from the shelter o of Clyde a few morn Ings ago was an Allied task fore of nine us and British flattops protected and supported by a Pai of battleships several cruisers and a swarm of destroyers face Barrier their first objective was to Rac through a Barrier set up by opposing Orange Force across the strip of sea Between Iceland an the Faeroe islands Manning tha Barrier about 100 Miles in depth were about a score of submarines led by Nautilus it was the first time Nautilus a Veteran of More than Soroc Miles of test travel had been worked against so Large and imposing an opposition the Navy seeks to prove or Dis prove that Long ranging nuclear submarines threaten 1he Carrier Security newsmen Are assigned to Biu ships of the carried striking Force information on How the Nautilus and her submersible companions succeed in their attacks on the carriers comes through a Public relations officer assigned to the Orange Force of submarines ant planes the Point chosen for the open ing phase of the 10day operatic is the place where strategists be Lieve russian submarines would seek to sortie out of the Barents sea and South toward Allied sup ply lines if a War came or Pritchard leads expedition exc Rozer professor discovers record find of hebrew culture heated Haiti election set tomorrow port a Prince Haiti Fol Haiti heated presidential and congressional Campaign ended Las night As the ruling Threeman military Junta clamped a tight on All vote getting activity the Junta ordered a halt to campaigning to give the voters a 36 hour breather before going to the polls tomorrow to elect a presi Dent 21 senators and 37 members of the chamber of deputies the of Pitary Trio which has ruled this Republic politically strife torn since june also announced it will take control of a Merior Telegraph and other com mum cation systems tomorrow to prevent their use in stirring up possible disorder gasoline banned the military chiefs barred the Sale of gasoline and other explosive fluids from noon today through sunday to Avert their possible use in any violence Brig Gen Antonio Kebreau army chief of staff and Junta head pledged the armed forces will guarantee free and honest elections Haiti 2500man army already has been alerted Anc 3000 reserves Aiso can be called up if violence Breaks out the presidential Post is being sought by three men they Are Louis Dejoie a former senator or Francois Duvalier and Clem ent Jumelle another candidate Daniel fignole was exp red to new York june 14 fignole who had a Large follow ing among the masses was acting president at the time he was Send from the country other Candi dates charged he was using the office to strengthen his bid to be elected trouble mounted and the Junta took control presidential elections were Lasi Leld in Haiti in 1950 when Paul Magloire was named to the office in attempted to extend his tenure ast december in violation of the Constitution and was ousted after a general strike scattered showers Are expected tonight in the Middle Atlantic states Ohio Valley Centra Mississippi Valley Eastern Gulf states the Dakotas and North and Central Rockies mild weather will prevail in the Eastern third of the country and the deep South with Cool weather in the North Central portion Adwir photo James b Pritchard former Crozer Semi nary professor credited with the discovery in 1951 of what was believed to be King heroes larg est Palace near Jerico has led an expedition to another Archeo Logi Cal Bible famous Pool of j Gibeon and the largest single Coli Lection of hebrew inscriptions in the past Hal Century i one of the 43 references to Gib Eon in the Bible Speaks of the City As the place where one Day the sub stood still and stones rained Down from the sky As Joshua routed the invading Amo rites announcement of the latest Arch ecological discovery in ancient pal Estine was made by the univer sity of Pennsylvania where or Pritchard is a research associate for the University museum or Pritchard also is a professor at the Church divinity school of the Pacific Berkeley Calif the Cali fornia school and the museum Here were joint sponsors of the expedition win making evidence the Pool of Gibeon located eight Miles North of Jerusalem uncovered one of ancient Palestine most remarkable engineering achievements the expedition Al so reported that the new collection of hebrew inscriptions pre sents abundant evidence that wine making was a flourishing Indus try Long before King Nebuchadnezzar Laid waste to Gibeon and its environs in 387 by to reach the ancient water table carrying out this elaborate plan May Well have taken years the present archaeological excavation begun in 1956 took 80 men working two shifts daily from Dawn to dusk a period of six weeks or Pritchard revealed Haakon of Norway Dies at 85 Crown Prince Olav takes throne Oslo Norway King Haakon in o Norway an old Sailor a water Jar left by the Las who Rode out the storms of inva user More than 25 centuries ago Sion to reign for More Man half was found unbroken in the water a Century died Early today in the Royal Palace he was 85 and tha worlds oldest reigning Monarch the King had been growing when All debris had been removed or Pritchard also said that fill from this engineering project yielded a wealth of evidence about weaker in Bis fight against a Cir the economic and social life of Cul Atory ailment death came Gibeon in the 7th Century by Predad sea scrolls among the finds were 54 Jar handles with archaic ant dating the dead sea scrolls Tae realm since his father broke by at Llast 500 years a cock and a thigh Bone in a fall in pm Al inscribed j cooking Tae new King and a Bird in the Center of a Star of David Are samples of pal or j b Pritchard finds Pool of Gibeon inside the walled City of Gibeon the engineers first Cut a cylindrical pit 36 feet in diameter to a depth of 33 feet they then carved a spiral stairway against the face of the cylindrical Hole below this pit 79 Steps were Cut to the surface of the Pool the excavation continued downward to a depth of 82 feet when water found the cutting and removing of All this Stone with primitive Bonze tools was probably done by slave labor said or Pritchard and shortly after heart trouble de voted at am pm Prince Day Regent of a Lav v there will no ways be no Coronation Constitution provided statuettes of to be the last infrequently decorated Corona red and yellow paint also were Norway discovered preliminary study of the writ Ings from Gibeon reveals that they were labels from wine jars made especially for the Export Trade the wine Industry was further documented by discovery of More gives pledge Olav submitted a written state ment to a special Cabinet meet ing saying he had succeeded his father i Promise and swear i will Rule the monarchy of Norway in than 40 Clay stoppers exactly fit agreement with its Constitution Ting Tfaye Mouths of wine jars and Jive statement said a Large funnel for filling the jars the 54yearold Olav must re Complete excavation of All 16jpeat oath orally after a new acres of the old City Are expected parliament is convened in Janu to reveal much More perhaps some real surprises or Prit Chard reported first death from fun reported by the associated press the first confirmed death from asian flu in this country was re ported yesterday by the state of Missouri the us Public health service estimated there have been 100 000 cases in the country to Date reports of new outbreaks in the United states and Canada continued to pile up in puerto Rico the health department estimated there were possibly 129000 new cases of asian flu a the territory daring the week ended sept 14 puerto Rico was believed hearing the Peak of the outbreak stricken in Calif or h m Hardwicke of the Missouri health division did no identify the Man believed the Iris confirmed fatality the victim was stricken in California and re turned to Missouri against his doctors advice Southwest Texas state College at san Marcos was closed yester Day until monday because of Fiu the state health commissioner said predictions of a widespread asian flu epidemic appear to be materializing president j g Flowers ordered the College closed after More than 500 persons were stricken on tin Campus there was no Confirma Tion that the 2u was of the asian Type soldiers felled in Colorado More than 1001 soldiers at it Carson have Beer stricken with asian flu in Boul Der 671 students at the University of Colorado were at the in ii Mary with the flu the first cases at it Carson occurred some weeks ago Aik Laboratory confirmation that the were suffering from asian flu was made Public yesterday at the University Laboratory tests were being made to determine if the virus is asian flu similar tests were being made m South Carolina where a respiratory infection hospitalized about half of two companies at son a total of 187 men Are affected hearing on teamsters 3 Days before election Washington b a Federal petition filed on behalf of a group judge has ordered a hearing teamsters mostly from the Day on a move by rebellious new York area the rank and engineers death probed county de Active Earle h Allen has entered into the investigation of the death a 26yearold Engineer who died Early yesterday morning after he Ell against a parked car at 2nd and Carre its according to Tinicum police the victim John Cunningham of Merchantville no died of a head injury while he was arguing with Useph f Chermol or 36 of Sheffield or Wallingford a drafts Man at Sun shipbuilding dry Dot a co police after questioning Chermol agreed to his release n his own recognizance until the investigation is completed so far police said the investigation indicates that Chermol did of strike Cunningham but that Cunningham swung at him Stag gered Back and hit his head on he car door handle Chermol was treated for a Cut Over the Eye after in incident represented by his attorney Ames h Gorbey Chester coun Ilman Chermol was taken be Ore magistrate Adelaide h Ames who continued the hear ing pending further investigation Monkey business Houston Tex wars f v Label finding a Baboon picking dears in her Back Yard fran Mically telephoned the sheriffs of fice six carloads of deputies and Umane officers responded to her peal is poured the Baboon and turned it to a circus fro which he night be Ore teamsters Union members to Block what they contend is an at tempt to Rig the election of James r Haifa As Union president Federal District judge f Dick Inson Letts yesterday ordered Hoffa retiring Union president Dave Beck and other top team sters officials to appear on sept 27 to show cause Why the elec Tion of Union officers should not be delayed by temporary injunction the hearing Date is Only three Days before the Union convention is scheduled to open in Miami Beach Letts said the hearing would be held sept 27 if the Law yer for the teamsters members seeking to Block the elections serves the court order on me Union officials involved before next wednesday new York members the judge acted yesterday on a file Union members were rep resented by attorney Godfrey p Schmidt who Tom Letts that Hoha and Beck control the convention machinery and that convention delegates were illegally hand picked to insure Hoffas election As Union president Schmidt said he wants the Corn to appoint a referee to determine when new convention delegates have been chosen by democratic Menas in Miami Beach Beck said he does not consider the court proceedings to be of any importance i still flunk there Wal be a convention sept 30 he said Hoffa a teamsters vice presi Dent declined comment on the court order but before it was issued he said its up to the convention delegates to say who they want for Union president and no one else has anything to say about it Russia advises caution Ary Olavs son prints Harald received the title of Crown Princa upon is fathers automatic ascension to the throne voted in by people Haakon bom near Copenhagen aug 3 1s72 Wai the son of King Frederick Viii and Queen Louisa and Mark a Prince Carl he was a 24yearold danish naval officer when Norway invited him to become its first modern Mon Arch although he had never aspired to be a King he agreed to accept if the norwegians voted for a monarchy in me referendum in 1906 259563 voters favored a Mon Archy and 69284 opposed it respectful of the democratic Constitution Haakon moved quiet Lynn Tfaye background he provided unobtrusive sessions and handled his ceremonial duties with Courtness and dignity Sparks anger in Syria Damascus Syria m Secre tary of state Dulles in speech has aroused angry official reaction in Syria but indications to Day were that Syria and the so Viet Union Are proceeding with extreme caution to prevent the situation from growing to a dangerous crisis Premier Sabri Assali and for eign minister Salah Bitar denounced Dulles statement As a new indication of hostile us intentions toward Arab countries a speech to the in Gen eral Assembly thursday Dulles called on the in to intervene in the Middle East saying soviet arms in Syria raised military denies buildup Bitar before taking off for new York to head the syrian in Dele gation demanded to know where was the great syrian arms build up of which Dulles spoke the syrian arms buildup appears to be a Long Way from big enough to permit this country to launch any offensive action in any direction though soldiers Are much in evidence Here much of their equipment still is of prewar Vintage and Syria seems to have a Long Way to go before replace ment is Complete commenting on Dulles state ment Premier Assali told the socialist newspaper Alai Alaam the syrian Cabinet would study the speech he said the speech contained disturbing intentions and differed from previous ones in which Dulles tried to pretend he was retracting his charges against Syria claims distortion this new speech is the Peak of a Campaign of distortion against Syria and a Campaign of threats against this country As Sali continued however what Ever the United states intentions might be Syria is Fuey deter mined to defend her Freedom and Independence under All Circum stances the real aim of the United states Bita charged is to keep the Arab world divided confidential jury enters its today los Angeles confidential Magazine criminal libel Case jury addition Al instructions went Back to work today in search of a verdict this was the fifth Day of deliberations the jurors returned to tha courtroom yesterday afternoon and asked 13 questions of Superior judge Herbert v Walker most of the questions involved int Enohe defendants and tha Issue of obscenity not on trial the jurors asked judge Walker if in arriving at a verdict they were to consider publisher Robert Harrison of confidential and Whis per and of Are indicted individuals who Are not on trial the judge told them that they were to con Sider Only six defendants they Are confidential and whisper publishers distributing corp Hollywood research inc and Fred and Marjorie Meade this was the second time that the jurors had returned to tha courtroom for additional instructions since receiving the Case late monday thug snatches woman purse Chester mrs Nellie Dyson of 2700 Madison St Early today lost her handbag containing to a Man who snatched it from her Arm in the 700 Block w front St mrs Dyson bad left her Automo bile at am and was about to enter Demeglio restaurant 720 w front St where she is employed when a Man she de scribed to police As a tall thin negro brushed against Herand snatched her handbag he ran North on Reanes la and disappeared Marco Polo and his party made their journey to China by land employee admits killing Estar los Angeles detectives say a 37yearold Houseboy has sobbing by admitted the strangulation of a silent movie heroine with this troubled reflection the seen her face on every Wab detective it Herman 2ander said Sonnie Hartford or told him last night that he choked 63year old Ginger Mitchell to death last sunday after going to her apart ment to repay a loan miss Mitchell on be leading lady of William s Hart and Tom was found dead in the apart ment monday Hartford Zander said related that the actress took offence at a complimentary remark he made As he was leaving the apart ment sunday afternoon i dont know Why i did it has always been Nice to me police quoted Hartford of full try for 5day slumber woman plans hypnotic sleep Chicago a 38yearold and relaxation As a result of the 1 woman fatigued because Shes Een getting Only four hours sleep a night plans to slumber for five Days straight next week impossible not under the pow or of hypnosis believes mrs Fred a dust of nearby East Chicago and a switchboard operator and widowed Mother of two she talked the hypnosis inst Ute of Chicago into supervising he monday saturday hypnotic hibernation so she can catch up on All my lost bed time the Institute Hopes to gain some new scientific facts about sleep Marathon Nap mrs dust came to the Institute with the suggestion after her Doc or advised her to take a Long rest because of nervousness and restlessness since she had Only five Days vacation coming she figured Hyp Nosis would be an excellent Way to cram a lot of sleep into a Short time mrs dust says that since the death of her husband in an Acci Dent last year Shes been going full two children keeping upper Home and taking on a couple of outside interests kids by favor the children Mary Ann 15and Fred 11 Are Ali for the expert an rest period mrs dust something of ail Amateur hypnotist herself says that she is an excellent subject i g0 under in seconds she says and says come oat perfectly relaxed somehow lifes problems Al a Little lighter

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