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Cumberland Times (Newspaper) - May 19, 1957, Cumberland, Maryland Rescued lad has touch the weather Cloudy your wild a Hind Toyfoy High tt7t fair Ecal tomorrow latest world news the sunday times to pint hour later than okie Papurt Mung Shii aug Rol 138 Interne foul Rawi Cumberland Maryland sunday May 19 1957 tint a Tomu Price ten cents thousands flee As Rivers Rise rescuer visits child in oxygen tent doctor says Hooper boy needs quiet condition listed As Good no Bones broken in ordeal by Francis Manorville n May 18 Hooper the boy in the begged to go Home from the Hospital today but his doctor Faid a Little spot of pneumonia would keep him there a while the pneumonia report came aft Blond Blu eyed Benny 7 had pronounced in Good Condi Tion despite 24 gruelling hours trapped 24 feet Down a freshly dug Well at Bayview general Hospital in nearby Mastic Beach Long is land or Joseph h Kris told newsmen thai rays had shown x touch of pneumonia on the boys right lung kept in oxygen tent pneumonia had been feared Tver since the lad was pulled from the Sand last night stiff and cold but still alive or Kris said the boy was being kept in an oxygen Lent tonight and needed quiet earlier the boy had been Lively and ate his first solid bowl of his father truck Driver Benjamin that he wanted a toy automobile for his birthday in july he was suffering from lore Nessin one shoulder but or Kris said rays showed there were no broken Bones Kris kept a 24 hour Vigil during the Rescue at the pit Sam Woodson 39 negro construction worker who boy first through a Rescue Lutiner had told the doctor he heard something snap As he pulled the boy out the shoulder May have been Hurt then the doctor earlier said the boy was hungry and that always a tool of the Good sign in a temporary Hes a Good boy he do enl complain he does what we Tell him Al the Hospital the boy fold his father How he fell into the Well i was playing with Michael Al Friend and we were running i told him i wan cd to see if i could jump Over the Hole i jumped and i fell i dont remember much about what happened then except it got dark and i got parents slay with him the exhausted parents spent the night at the Hospital the Mother Borghild 30 later told newsman that during the tormented hours waiting to learn whether the boy Tould be saved she had tried to adjust herself to the possibility he might be dead i was trying to picture him As being dead and to build myself up to the fact that he was and How to Cope with she said she slept under sedation in the boys Hospital room and awakened Al about then she tiptoed to the boys bed leaned Over smiled and said this is hello the boy re plied hello she said four masked Bai Lilg Rob discount store debate seen in on plans to slash arms Sam Woodson who pulled Benny Hooper seven free from a Well Hole after being trapped 24 hours visits the child in Hospital at Bayview Long Island yesterday picture was Faken through window As photographers were not allowed inside Hospital room boy is in oxygen tent doctor Laid he should recover within week or ten Days up photo Tox Pineau asks firm ruling i on Suez use Paris May 18 us foreign min ister Christian Pineau flies to new York this weekend in quest of a firm ruling from the Security Council that present Oneman control of the Suez canal is Only temporary if he gets such a ruling France May permit French Flag shipping to use the canal again pending a definite agree me n t on the Waterways International charac Ter France is now the Only major maritime Power still boy Colling president Nasser Suez Cana authority and French shipowners Are beginning to feel the Pinch of foreign Competition it was pressure from these ship owners which led France to Appeal to the Security Council according to persons in close touch with events in Paris Premier Guy Mollet is adamantly opposed to acknowledging Nasser control o he canal and would resign rather ban abandon this position brother nabs Ohio speeder Cleveland May is we four masked men Ticlad up Fame in suburban Maple Heights a discount store for Public employees and escaped with an estimated to Loray the four men had chopped through the roof of the one Story building and hid in the store until it was opened at 8 a m by manager Irving Mills and four maintenance employees Britain and other members o he Suez canal users authorized their ships last week use the canal and pay tolls under protest to Cairo thus virtually isolated on the world diplomatic stage on this is sue France contends egyptian canal authorities Musl commit themselves through the machinery to observe the Suez convention of 1888 and the six principles of Freedom of transit through the waterway Bee stings used to treat victim of rare ailment Clearwater May 18 we 14yearold boy is Gilt tag Slung by bees in wholesale Lols and he int complaining or Vernon l Hagan prescribed the Bee slings for Jackie Mcalliste the Hope of curing or Check ing Haemophilia a disease which makes snarled difficult to Stop Ironton Ohio May 18 Donald Meintyre of Iron ton was arrested Loday and charged with speeding 65 in a 50 zone on Ohio 75 near Here he was arrested by Sale Highway patrolman Emmett brother Donald posted 50 Bond and will get a hearing monday police Hunt suspect for girl attack York May 18 continued a Hunt today for a Man wanted for questioning in the at Lack and stabbing of 17yearold Donna Leppo of nearby Glen Rock state police sol George f Harleman said that no one could be found who has seen Georg Raymond Hooker 26 of shrews Bury since thursday the girl was found stumbling along a Rural Road thursday noon she told authorities a Man Hai stabbed her taken her to an is ated Cabin attacked her am ried to Burn her to death the search for Hooker was con Warsaw red 5oss attacks stalinist bid Warsaw May 13 is polish communist chief Wladyslaw go Mulka spoke 2vi hours to uie arty Central committee Loday to quash sources Elijal who spearheaded the Al ack on Gomulka Middle of the Road communism at the committees first meeting since go Cen rated in Southern York coun y by Pennsylvania state polic while Baltimore county to ice searched the Northern part o Fiat adjoining county Hooker was believed with a 22 Caliper Rifle or Fred Bergdoll said the Gir is in fair condition at York hos Pill desert winds delay atomic test explosion atomic test site May 18 if the vagrant wind of the desert country Are defying Staewen will face Sharp questioning on u s proposals by John m Hightower Washington May 18 Eva Ough debate is shaping up in the Eisenhower administration Over the kind of disarmament proposal which the United states Shoul next make to the soviet Union the key Issue appears to by How far this country should go in introducing into negotiations a London a plan which could pro Mote the chances for a limited agreement with Russia on a Cut Back in military forces and a Tes zone for Aerial inspection Stassen faces quiz Harold b Stassen chief u s negotiator in the London sessions s evidently in for some Sharp and sceptical questioning As the task of hammering out new decisions goes into High gear Early next week u s military leaders Are re ported especially concerned to make sure that any offer to the russians even on a first Slep disarmament plan is coupled with requirements for inspection proce dues which will give the most foolproof Assurance possible against soviet violations adm Arthur w Radford chair Man of the joint chiefs of staff has been reported As urging an attitude of extreme caution on the ground that in any agreement made vital Security interests of the United Stales and ils allies Are at slake Radford is due Back this weekend from a tour of Lal in America and is expected to play an important part in work ing out the final policy recommendations for decision by president Eisenhower seen closer to agreement Stassen said on his return f i alled a stalinist bid for Power London that there is no he was replying to Kazimerz that Russia and West took it leadership last Mijal a former minister of local government denounced Gomul As policies As a return to Cap Lalim and capitulation to the roman Catholic Church informants said Gomulka Iron Cally told the 80 committee Mem Bers i thought we would hear Only one first Secretary report at this it seems be have heard two 1 shall have an the sources said he Ihen de Vered a detailed retort to Mijal and said the debate had convinced urn that dogmatism Stalin so was As great a danger to communist ideology As revision in Vushe tendency toward Western style previously the party Here had called revisionism the greater danger Ern Powers Are closer to agree ment now on a first step Dis armament plan than they were when he came Home during an easter recess in the negations a month ago the present recess will end May 27 on his return to London Stassen almost certain in will Lake along an american reply to a soviet disarm amen proposal made april 30 that proposal called among other things for an International Aerial inspection system covering Eastern Siberia Alaska and mos of the Western United states american officials have called i unacceptable As it stands but have indicated that the United state would make a counter proposal designating a different area of Lessing Aerial inspection possibly in the Arctic Region bus Aulo collide Oil Spau two die colonial Heights May 38 greyhound bus and an automobile collided on a Bridge spanning Swift Creek just North of Here tonight sending the bus careening into the Creek two persons in the automobile were too woman property valued at Fresno May 18 we neighbors of mrs Cora in Devi had taken it for granted she a poor she lived for years in Frame House her House Lipold furniture at most Worth Only today More than a year after she died at the age of so a thou there Are High firemen carry the body of mrs Anna Levkulic from the wreckage of an old threes Lory tenement that collapsed on the lower East Side in new York cily yesterday the elderly woman occupied a second floor apartment of yep Pho tax new weapons seen As pow error peace Washington May 18 United states put its military Len and machines on display today pointing up the Power for each theme of armed forces Day All across the nation military air and naval bases were thrown to the Public in speeches a and informed and bore own on the need for Strong de Center of this 8th annual armed orces Observance was in the a ions capital and nearby Andrews budget cuts due to slow Vike defense Washington May 18 m Congress has received word from he army that an administration it in budget requests will slow completion of the Nike guided missle antiaircraft defense sys pm by three or four years in closed door testimony made Public today it Gen Carter b a Puly chief of staff or logistics said the reduction of in total funds ought by the army would delay installation of Universal ground control equipment at its 250 Sike batteries surrounding major cities and defense posts Magruder appeared before a appropriations subcommittee last month he said the army will now be limited to installing the equipment at Only 40 per Cen of its Nike units by mid1960 in Stead of 60 per cent As firs planned he said the goal of equipping All Nike battalions would be delayed three or four years air Force base my nearly troops of All the services together wit veterans and other groups swung Down la bedecked Constitution Avenue n Bright Sunshine in the reviewing stand were Sec Clary of defense Wilson and Ather High officials also Walch no the Parade were Many Diplo uniformed offi cers attached to Iron curtain be lations at Andrews the scientists to their attempt to killed but there apparently were Al off an atomic explosion no serious injuries three times the first blast of Buss 16 passengers polish primate Given hat Martyr hailed by pontiff police said the passengers made their Way to safety through Lurence in the upper air and the rear emergency door of the Oday the possibility of setting off giant double Decker bus which he detonation just before Dawn Omorrow is Uncertain picture on Rojc 21 Vatican City May 18 Cal pop Pius Xii gave a cardinals red hat Loday la Poland roman Catholic primal and then in pointed reaffirmation of the Church opposition to comm a polish Martyr killed 300 years ago by cossacks the pontiffs a called double action was considered significant by Vatican sources he first completed a procedure delayed More than four years by Poland c o my u n i s t regime which confined Stefan Cardinal Wyszynski until a few months ago the second in the form of a dramatically limed encyclical to Bish Ops of the Church called upon Al catholics especially those in to and to follow the heroic example of St Andrew Bobola a Jesuit priest who was tortured to death Vatican sources saw in the Popes encyclical a Clear answer speculation that the Church might ease ils Altitude of opposition to communist talk of co since car Dinal Wyszynski visit to Rome the Brief ceremony at which uie Cardinal was Given his red a and ring in a roman Basilica was austere no other Cardinal was present h lasted Only about 15 minutes he summer series has been Post 24 hours because of Lur leaving a claimants to her Estale on file in Superior court she inherited valuable cry from Mothe property valued at fire damage heavy Charles town w May Joseph Warrenfeltz to train derailed hits Roc slide san Francisco May 13 Western Pacific said its eastbound California Zephyr was derailed in Feather River Canyon air Force base ust outside the City an estimated persons thronged through the Gates to get a look at samples of americas most advanced missile and other weapons base police said they Antic rated a total of about by he end of this first of two open Louse Days the open House privileges extended to any communist military attaches who cared to come officers said they understood a number of the red military men planned to take advantage of the Opportunity to examine the huge display of american fighting gear French paratroopers report rebels slain Algiers May 18 paratroopers killed 30 algerians and wounded 11 in an attack on Thomas death toll rises to 9 Flash floods hit texan heavy rain pelts West coast by the allocated Proi Oklahoma Rivers and streams reached record Levels saturday As powerful flood Waters forced thousands of Farmers and cily dwellers to seek higher ground Flash floods hit communities in Texas there was minor flooding in Kansas and Missouri and heavy Rains also battered the West coast three Days of torrential Raini had claimed nine lives in okla homa Bridges washed out Bridge washouts were reported on every major Oklahoma High Way and some railroads three major Bridges were washed away and dozens of smaller ones were swept into the flood thirty nine ugh ways were closed damage to Bridges alone was estimated at 2 to 3 million dollars rain was the predominant Fea ure in the nations weather Pic lure with the heaviest amounts reported in Oklahoma As much As nine inches fell overnight in South Central Oklahoma the Cimarron River which in dry seasons runs in trickle crested at Perkins Friday night at feel feet above the record stage of 17 feet of october 1926 flood Slage at Perkins is 11 feet saturday the River re ceded to feet at Perkins other Oklahoma Rivers the a Kansas and the Verdigris among the major ones overflowed the Arkansas a River with a record of flood destruction also was out of ils Banks in Kansas the ver Digris downstream from Tulsa threatened to Crest at Levels exceeding by two or three feet a june 1923 record of 19 feet forecasters warned Tulsa 600 residents they could expect the worst flooding the cites history when the Arkansas crests at 25 to 26 feet sunday in june 1923 the Arkansas reached a record level of feet flood stage is 19 feel rainfall sols records major flooding also was reported along the Washita River where water poured into business districts and residential sections at Lindsay and Chickasha okla eight inches of rain de used Lindsay in the last 21 ours i in flood weary floods hit communities in the Hill country West of san Antonio As Hunder storms dumped up to 2ii inches of rain in the Southern and South Central part of the stale there was minor flooding in Kansas and Missouri in Kansas the Marais Descygne and the Neosho Rivers overflowed in Northern and East Central cities bul flooding was reported to be moderate heavy Rains also Balleres West coast in the san Francisco and Sacramento areas rainfall amounts already had exceeded monthly normals was in route from Richmond to Norfolk valuable Oil pro Miles East o Oroville nother and left Day when a Roc slide caused by Jas Balcourt of this City a cloudburst blocked the track a spokesman said he did not know whether there casualties two of the three diesel units were off the track and Down to were any Day Esli maled at to Ward the the spokesman the loss by fire yester said the baggage car and the four die Iti crash Carlisle May is we four persons including two infants were killed tonight and four others hospitalized with undetermined injuries in a iwo car head Zoli seeks time to form Cabinet Rome May 13 Ovsen adone Zoli asked by president Giovanni Gronchi to form a new italian government called at the presidential Palace tonight to report he was having difficulty h was Learned that Zoli had asked the president for another Day at his Grain and flour Mill ing Plant first coach also were derailed he said on collision on route six Miles Days Grace before saying whelp East of this Central Pennsylvania Jer he could form a Cabinet to Borough sleep slows aging expert says soviet scientist asserts snoozing is elixir Moscow May 18 you cure growing senile prematurely is your muscle tone bad is your hair falling out Are your sexual instincts disappearing then try prof s braines elixir and if you have insomnia get your doctor to give you an Arifi in Nap prof braines a soviet scientist advanced the theory today that Large amounts of sleep even when artificially induced could the effects of premature aging restore the nervous system and even revive sexual activity writing in the newspaper liter Ary Gazette prof braines said personal Hygiene and proper food were important in preventing pre mature aging but stressed that the importance of sleep has been underestimated so he filed experiments with Mon keys rats and dogs and said he was convinced same sort of artificial sleep treatments would icly humans he said an animal can end Are hunger for As Long As 30 clays but Lack of sleep for 10 Days causes death he believes senility comes from Over straining the main nerve processes in the Cor Lex of the cer Ebrum and that the damage to the nervous system can be re repaired by much sleep in experiments he said soviet scientists have prematurely aged he Young rats and monkeys by Over straining their nervous systems their sexual instinct disappeared their hair fell out and the one of their Muscles became Low braines said but Many of these symptoms of premature aging later were eliminated by artificial in the soviet Union where athe ism and disbelief in a life Here after is a part of the official communist Creed the problem of pro longing life is of special interest a longevity Institute has been established in Moscow for the Pur pose of conducting elaborate re search into the problem end the nations 13day crisis a Howiey hints hell rim but Hast decided on goal Baltimore May 13 w but Hes not saying which Job Eorge p Mahoney apparently he would like to Nave a year is a Long Way Mavill run again but the Baltimore county Democrat who has been a major candidate in election since 1950 s not saying Al this time which direction he will for governor or for senator but he said today he plans to Lake a major role in the 1958 elec Tion Mahoney has been the demo cratic candidate for the sen ate twice and has had two near misses for the party gubernatorial nomination in losing he has polled More votes than any other Democrat in Maryland history Loney said referring to the 1953 primary which is one year from next monday its entirely too Early to make any asked which he would rather be governor or senator Mahoney Aid i got pc try Well wrapped up in the Senate race in 1956 the Senate gives you a Chance to help the welfare of an entire he also said some Nice things about the governorship and he made it Clear he int shooting for any lesser Post like comptroller

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