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6 Jul 1958

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6 Jul 1958

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Cumberland Times (Newspaper) - July 06, 1958, Cumberland, MarylandWeather the wet i fitly Macy Hilb Takt six sections Cit area news sports comics family weekly vol 184 Cumberland Maryland sunday july 6 1958 v Price fifteen cents Navy halts search for missing men five presumed lost in crash of Globe Masler by Robert Tuckman Honolulu a the Navy gave up the search saturday for other possible survivors of the air Force c124 Globe master which plunged into the Pacific 600 Miles Southwest of Here Early Friday the aircraft Carrier Boxer which picked up three survivors and one still unidentified body Fri Day in a sweeping search of the area left the scene for Pearl har Bor five others Are missing and presumed lost the Boxer is expected to reach Pearl Harbor sunday the three survivors told Satur Day How the giant plane made a Good emergency Landing after an engine ran wild Only to meet Dis Aster moments later when its right Wing went under the water planes from the Carrier Boxer continued searching for the miss ing men the three were picked up by a Marine helicopter from the Boxer 600 Miles Southwest of Honolulu after an air Force plane had lighted them clinging to a crate in the open sea Navy officers interviewed them aboard the Carrier and ing account from one survivor was reported the trouble started with excessive backfiring of no 3 engine the propeller Shaft came bursting the aircraft just in Froni of the Wing on the right Side Caus ing Complete loss of communications Power and Light the plane was set Down on the water very nicely and then the right Wing went under and All hell broke the flier said those who Hac managed to get out called to each other in an attempt to May to Gether five managed to group around floating debris but during Early morning rain squalls Anc darkness two of the five died the other three Clung to a crate until they were located by an sc5 plane of the famed 76th air sea Rescue Squadron the men Sig naked the plane with mirrors and d markers were thrown into the water within minutes after they had been spotted the helicopter from the Boxer was overhead it Low ered a Sling pulled the three into the hovering Craft and flew Back to the Carrier Gibson girl Annabelle Whitford Buchan one of the country most celebrated beauties looks Over pictures of herself atthe height of her career she was chosen As the original Gibson girl and was feted As the Toast of the Ziegfield follies from 1907 until 1910 today she will observe her 80th birthday virtually alone at her Home in Chicago a worst appears Over in Iowa biggest flood Page Des Moines if the worst appeared about Over saturday night in one of Iowa most tragic floods in 80 years the Nishn Botna River and its tributaries resumed their generally docile character after erupting on a mad course of destruction the past three Days Nineteen lives were lost and a search was under Way to recover the body of the last victim monetary loss As a result of the flood probably will never be definitely determined thousands of acres of Farmland were in undated and the planted crops Loo late in the season to be re destroyed Degaulle warns Dulles on atom weapons Issue by Relman Morin Paris de Gaulle told Secretary of state Dulles in emphatic terms saturday that France intends to construct atomic weapons with or without Access to american nuclear secrets Dulles replied that present con Gressional restrictions do not per Mit the United states to furnish France with closely guarded tech Nical information the Exchange was firm but Friendly on both sides a spokes Man said at the same time he disclosed that Dulles had brought de Gaulle a cordial message from Eisenhower expressing he Hope that the Premier could visit Washington for further talks Eisenhower message said in part i know that the american peo ple join me in the Hope that the Nan who symbolizes the libera Ion of France and who guides its resent destiny will pay this country a visit in the not Loo Dis Tant future you Are deeply preoccupied new record for traffic deaths seen nation heading into last half Holiday weekend traffic 238 62 total 411 by the associated presi the nation passed the Halfway Mark of the Long Independence Day week end saturday with the traffic death rate easing slightly but still running at a near record clip a rash of multiple death crack ups marked the opening of the reeday Holiday Friday then the pattern changed somewhat the death rate declined slightly saturday and most of the fatal mashups caused one or two deaths a major exception was an Early morning Headon collision of to cars East of Junction City that killed six persons including three soldiers Ned h Dearborn president 01 he National safety Council said he death toll has been tragically Ligh so far but there still is time to do something about the remaining if Drivers will use extra restraint and caution during the remainder of the Holiday period we can avoid setting another of these All too frequent new records for traffic he said the Csc forecast that a record High 410 traffic deaths could occur during the 78hour period from 6 thursday to sunday mid night lady daughter Hurt in mishaps Murdoch Minn a a woman and her daughter were injured in separate Auto accidents 30 feet apart on the same Road Friday the daughter Susan Strom 18 St didst know about her mothers Accident until the car in which she was Riding went Down the same 32foot embankment three hours later at the Bot torn of the ditch she saw the do Molish cd car of her Mother mrs Lillian Strom 42 mrs Strom had suffered a Frac tured Pelvis and was hospitalized Susan was taken to the same hos Pital for treatment abortion ring uncovered by a detectives Washington the Washngton sunday Star said washing on area police have uncovered million Dollar Chain of inter Locking abortion rings fanning out rom the nations capital the Star in a copyrighted Story or sundays editions said the Reading of a code by Arlington detectives exposed an Abor Ion Racket with ring members aging from doctors to wait i realize with pressing problems at iome but when such a trip May seem feasible and desirable to you i would be Happy if you would inform me so that we could arrange a mutually convenient an american spokesman said Dulles left the conference highly pleased he said the atmosphere of the talks was very no roadblocks were de Gaul Les statement regarding French plans to build an bomb climaxed his on Day conference with Dulles dismissing their aides after a Hryce hour morning conference the two men talked together alone for 45 minutes at the premiers official residence saturday after Noojin when they came out both looked extremely solemn de Gaulle held his Black Fimmen spectacles in his hand and Ges tured he was still talking when they reached the door of the automobile waiting for Dulles they Shook hands and the conference was Over a French spokesman said Gen de Gaulle said that France had the task of becoming an atomic Power and that she was determined to do so he left no doubt of the determination of his government to bring France into the ranks of the atomic Powers to which it belongs by cypriots killed Nicosia Cyprus a to greek cypriots were killed Satur Day in a clash with British troop near famagusta thirteen cypriots and 22 British soldiers Wen reported injured Man watches Bear eat radishes out of Garden Loma Linda Calif Man shaving looked out his Bath room window saturday and saw a 400pound Bear eating radishes in his Garden Amos Giberson hastily Patch ing a razor Nick called the sheriff two deputies quickly arrived chased by the two officers blast ing away with revolvers the Bear apparently was head ing for his Happy Cave in nearby mountains but he didst make in he dropped dead of either a hear attack or galloping radish indigo Tion this left he deputies with the esses year Long investigations have led together abortion rings in Washington Arlington and fair a counties Prince county near the Pennsyl Ahia Border in Maryland and in Ohio and West Virginia the newspaper said the Star said Law enforcement i facials estimate the combined acc of the rings at least one million dollars a year with one performing four abortions nightly for 18 months exposure of new abortion rings came the newspaper said through a coded record Book of Lelen Grimes 56 twice convicted Fairfax abortionist the Star listed mrs Grimes Thomas p Martini 45 washing on Lawrence a Shaw 58 Brantwood and Chris c waiting on Billy Ray Fox with children Denise Marie 4 and Diana Lee five months sits near phone in Home in Guantanamo Cuba waiting for news of her husband who is being held in the Hills by cuban rebels the rebels last night released three More americans or Fox celebrated his 34th birthday yesterday and mrs Fox has no left Home since her capture a photo fax fireworks Long since replace by the automobile As the Principa july fourth menace came Back Ltd the limelight this year a fire works Plant blew up on the out Skirls of Portland Ore a child was killed at least 20 persons were injured and scores of Homes were damaged j record High three Day traffic toll for a fourth of july Observance was 407 deaths in 1955 the fou Day Independence Day Observance record of 491 was set in 1950 the record Low july fourth three Day toll since world War ii was 225 deaths in 1947 for comparative purposes the associated press made a Survey of traffic fatalities during the 78 hour no Holiday period from 6 june 19 to Midnight sunday june 22 339 traffic deaths 118 drownings and 63 Vio Lent deaths from miscellaneous Overall Tofal of 520 the recent memorial Day holi Day set a three Day record of 371 traffic deaths for that Observance Moulder says probes have another witness by Lewis gul1ck Washington Morgan m Moulder do said saturday he understands House investigators know of another witness to controversial remarks about Sherman Adams that have been attributed to Bernard Goldfine reds holding to Story of bomb threat former Raf Maii sent letter to russian embassy belgians thank Hoover for his help after wars Brussels Belgium a Belgium said thanks to former president Herbert Hoover Satur Day for help he gave in the Black Days of two world wars the government honoured him by Mcclar ing this Hoover Day throughout the country Hoover who came Here As president Eisenhower special envoy for Observance of Independence Day at the world fair spoke in the main conference Moulder spoke As a member of the subcommittee which is investigating whether Goldfine a bos ton industrialist got favored fed eral treatment through his Friend Adams president Eisenhower no 1 aide Moulder spoke particularly of a a 10 1955 incident at the Sheralon Carllon hotel in Washington in reporting another ear witness to a remark alleged to have been made by Goldfine in the presence of Adams Gold fines son Horace and John Fox Fox a business associate who later split with Goldfine in quoted Goldfine As having said that Adams never lets his friends Down and want letting Goldfine Down that time Goldfine had troubles then with the Federal Trade commission statement denied Adams denied at the White House Ever having made such a statement or hearing Goldfine make it Goldfinch lawyers say both Gold fines deny the statement was Ever made Goldfine gave a Blanket denial of Fox statements last week but was not quizzed on this specific Point he returns for More questioning under oath tuesday Moulder said information about persons who could corroborate various statements by Fox was Given by Fox himself in a Docu ment submitted while he was on the witness stand last monday the congressman mentioned no names chairman Oren Harris dark read part of the written statement submitted by Fox at the time then barred Fox from Reading it agents comb Chicago for missing men9 Washington a agents of the Senate rackets inv slight no committee arc combing Chi cages underworld for clues to he whereabouts of some men lie group wants As witnesses chairman John l my Clilan said saturday the com Mittee plans to expose at two weeks of hearing starting Here tuesday what he termed an Al most unbreakable grip held by mobsters on the Chicago restau Campbell Reisterstown As room of the belgian society Gen into record key figures in the interlocking Fralc Bank rings mrs Grimes Martini and he told of the Days in world Shaw have been convicted of War i when he headed the Corn abortion and Campbell is under Mission for Relief in Belgium again after world War ii Hoover was Given the task by president Truman to coordinate the efforts of nations to feed the hungry Belgium and France were again involved in that desperate plight of the Hoover said but in this crisis our old Bel Gian French and american col leagues came into action again and this time with nuclear scientists exchanging ideas Geneva a nuclear scientists of East and West began the Exchange of information sat i Day on heretofore secret meth ods of detecting Distant nuclear explosions rant Industry my Clilan said that with or without the missing witnesses the hearings will present a reveal ing picture of the extent to which racketeers were Able to Contro and operate this Industry through fear intimidation and shake Robert f Kennedy committee counsel described the missing witnesses As lower Echelon hoodlums he named them As Sam Giancana who also Calls himself Tom Mooney Gus Alexa aiuppa and Sam Battaglia he said they arc being sought b committee agents rep Peter f Mack di11 said the investigators also know of a person who can Back Fox Alle gation tha Goldfine said he had bought a House in Washington for to live in 1 person reluctant Mack said this person is reluctant to testify Mack made Plain he was referring to the quotation attributed to Goldfine not the actual existence of a Gold incur chased House there has been no serious Contention that Adams does not rent a House in Wash continued on Page 2 Bond Market has shaky week new York a the u s government Bond Market Wen through another shaky week this week but ended above the lows of the period losses we rent As severe As in the previous week the corporate list ended mixed Quality issues made a Small pair on average but industrials and utilities cased while rails held unchanged foreign Bonds scored n fairly brisk it was a rather slow week and the fact there were Only four trading Days in it helped to hold Down dealings volume totalled Par value on the new York Stock Exchange last week the volume was and a year ago it was new Hope raised for other men fort two remain captives by rebels group is assembled Havana Cuba a three More american civilian captives of the cuban rebels were freed saturday and airlifted from the mountains to the naval base at Guantanamo the Navy identified them As Al Fred f Smith of Laconia Harley f Sparks of Frankfort and Jesse g Ford of Dillon the three were abducted from the United fruit co sugar plan tation at Guaro in Oriente prov Ince july 1 the return of the three men brought to eight the number of hostages so far freed out of a to Tal of 50 americans and canadians seized by the insurgents five were released last wednesday the helicopter that landed the three men at Guantanamo Satur Day headed Back in the northerly direction from which it was first spotted Hopes that All the Kidnap Vic Tims in rebel hands would Bere leased in Masse had been raised earlier by reports that the rebels had assembled All their captives at one Point previously the prisoners were reported divided in Small groups and distributed in rebel hideouts rear adm Robert b Ellis com Mander at Guantanamo base said he had no information that any of the 30 sailors and marines held by the rebels were expected to be brought in saturday night u s Consul Park Wollam flew in a helicopter from the u s to rebel mountain1 hideaways again saturday for a renewed Effort to London russians saturday night held to their mys Tery Man version of a threat to drop an bomb off the English a confession by a disgruntled former British air Man that he invented a hoax the British foreign office was playing cagey a spokesman say ing soviets scent to want Summit scientists May walk out of nuclear test confab the matter is under investigation it would not be appropriate for us to William Stanley whales 34 a jobless Farmer said he had writ ten an bomb letter to soviet ambassador Jakob Malik posing As an american Pilot preparing to drop a bomb into the North sea and signing it w the soviet embassy said in an angry statement the letter received by Malik was signed Only with one the embassy insisted the British foreign office was shown the original and Given a photographic copy shown original whales claims the russians said have no grounds whatsoever and arc a British spokesman confirmed we were shown the original of a letter and there was no indication of whales name or whales who was ousted by the a year ago As mentally unstable was questioned by Ipswich police for almost three hours saturday afternoon he walked out of the police station and told newsmen gave statement i made a statement seven pages Long dealing with my life in the the circumstances of my fathers farm being taken Over and How i came to write the no charges were placed against him the russians disclosed with fan fare thursday night they had received an Anonymous letter whooping up a communist backed Campaign to Force american bombers out of England some britons arc extremely Touchy about the possibility of an Acci dental nuclear bomb explosion and the publicized letter had the effect of frightening these people even More free the 43 americans and 2 canadians wednesday the Diplomat brought Back five of the 50 kid naked but expectations of speedy release for the remainder were talked by an unexplained hitch in he delicate negotiations Wollam Lew to Havana for consultations with u s ambassador Earl e t Smith and returned to Guantanamo Friday night Robert Wiecha u s vice con sul was still in the Jungle after almost a week trying to effect the release of 30 u s servicemen outside the base Raul Castro with whom Wol am has been negotiating was re ported to have been ordered by Lis brother rebel chieftain Fidel Castro to free All the captives russian huge sputnik i is closer to Earth Moscow w russian Hiton sputnik i is dropping closer to the Earth the official news Agency Tass said the Agency said the time taken for the satellite to Circle the Earth had decreased to min utes and the time for its rocket Carrier to minutes the first report on the launching on May 15 said the sputnik ills circuit time was 106 minutes toss said the braking action of the earths atmosphere was decreasing the period for each circuit this was another Way of saying the satellite is dropping lower and thus decreasing the distance of each circuit Washington a president Eisenhower to hold foreign policy so my to have other expert talks on ways of pre venting Surprise attack soviet ambassador Mikhail a Menshikov returned to the United states saturday after a three week trip to Moscow for a meeting of the communist party Central committee that meeting was concerned publicly with Domestic economic problems but some of the Best informed officials Here said major International questions the belching Bear off full till problem of what to do with thai increasing speculation Hal the so emerged from one of the wildest periods of zigzagging in several years and headed off once again toward a Summit conference after recent puzzling experiences however no one Here would guess How Long it will continue headed in that direction r at the moment there is a mini mum of talk that the soviet scientific delegation might walk out of the nuclear test talks with certainly came up also for mint can Powers at Geneva there is that it signals the end of the for eign policy review and that a steadier course for soviet affairs can be expected in the period immediately ahead if Menshikov brought any new instructions or messages to u s officials from Moscow he did not immediately make it known the wild swings of soviet diplomacy and propaganda Over the was a change from the time when for example Khrushchev appeared to be bending every Effort he could to get president Eison Hower to the conference table recently a Strong body of Opin Ion within the state department held that the soviets were backing Italy warned on rocket base London w communist Al Bania sent Italy a note saturday warning against establishment of a u s rocket launching ramp on italian territory it said Albania would take Sim Ilar action if such a ramp is located in Italy the Little communist state did not say whose rocket launching ramp would go up on the Eastern Side of the Adriatic sea but it was assumed such a ramp would he russian raft leaves West coast for voyage to Haifa ii Redondo Beach Calif of raft Chi in shoved off sat urday for a tentative Start to Hawaii skipper div arc Baker and his four crewmen put to sea in Tow of away from a Summit Cabin Cruiser owned by Stan last few months have created the West on any Issue did not want one and indeed Werc Vaughan Redondo Beach reluctant to come to grips withness Mari additional provisions and trying to arrange for someone to Tow the raft 200 Miles Westward he hoped there to pick up currents favor Able for Drifting to Hawaii Baker 42 who sold his ship Yard 12 years ago to devote him busily Elf to raft voyages seeks to improve thai Early inhabitants of enormous Baker said however he planned this hemisphere drifted on cur across the grounds of a near carcass of Bear stuffed government be willing Ous speculation and Puzzle this still could he a Coos Dekaito go Only to Santa Catalina across the Pacific from in Western capitals in soviet policy an aim of land on the first stage of his Ocean Iasia after Hawaii he wants 4o analysis with new foreign policy l generally added up to a hardening soviet diplomacy Hilt the Spei voyage the Island is approx ship the raft to the persian Gulf t j far Tafat Ika Riff frat i tha decisions Likely being taken if Menshikova return has any of soviet attitudes toward Tucci lists explanation for what has Macly 22 Miles off the coast am Drift from there across the Western allies and a happening is expressed in Baker Sid he would stay at Indian and Pacific oceans to Cen by sanitarium enthusiastically i radishes Vejl ii Jimise ii o i ii t i j l i As Premier Khrushchev indicated deep significance it May Well russian foreign policy this continued on jul Fly 2 Catalina several Days taking America s

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