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18 Dec 1960

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18 Dec 1960

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Eureka Humboldt Times (Newspaper) - December 18, 1960, Eureka, California Us transport hits Munich Streetcar Between 50-60 die Munich Germany a a . Air Force transport plane carrying american students Home to Christmas holidays in England crashed into the heart of historic Munich saturday strewing flaming wreckage Over a Street full of shoppers. Police estimated Between 30 and 60 persons died. Besides the 11 vacation bound College students the seven member t no of the two engine con Vair and an american civilian passenger perished when the plane sheered off a Church Steeple and plummeted into a loaded Streetcar. A the students who attended the 1 h a a 1 a 17 injured As United nations University of Maryland a Junior College in Munich ranged in age from 16 to 21 years old. Laughing and joking they had taken off Only minutes before from Munich Riem Airport to join their service families in England for the Holiday vacation. Police estimated at least 35 persons either aboard the Streetcar or passing by died when the giant plane engulfed the trolley with flames 150 feet High. The death toll May not be known for Days. A the bodies Are nothing but charred pieces making it an almost impossible task to identify them a said a police official. Mayor Hans Jochen Vogel said Only two bodies of German victims had been identified late saturday night although 31 Chai red bodies Nae been recovered from amid the wreckage of the plane and Streetcar. Police firemen and u. S. And German army units still were working to extinguish smouldering fires and Dean up the wreckage. A 24-year-old German girl who suffered severe Burns told doctors the sea of flame from the plane and a broken Gas main swept Over Busy Baye Strasse a like the end of the at least 16 persons were known to be in the Hospital with severe injuries. Several were in critical condition. They included motor dragged from blazing Auto who shot Elk mobiles drenched with gasoline. Many others were treated for minor injuries. Freight car explodes Benton. Ark. A a derailed freight car exploded at the Village of Traskwood saturday injuring 17 persons and forcing temporary evacuation of the town. The blast shot flames 1,500 feet into the air. It was followed by a fire and a mushroom Cloud of smoke which could be seen for Miles. The fire was under control late saturday night but firemen said it might Burn for two Days. A dra Dic change in the admin bits of Metal were showered a Strat be Structure of this organi Over half a mile from the train Zallon and for at reason to co Rand one Man was blown into a a at Var Confidence May Retiree. Several houses near the de main in secretariat. Dag in angry blast at reds on Congo Job United nations . Apr Secretary general Dag Hammarskjold charged saturday night that the soviet bloc is carrying on a continuing Campaign of misrepresentation against the u. N. Congo operation in an Effort to Force his resignation. The Secretary general was obviously angered by weeks of soviet bloc attacks. He spoke to the general Assembly after u. S. Delegate James j. Wadsworth said the soviet Union a wants civil War in the Congo in order to promote its own evil Hammarskjold broke into the Assembly a debate on the situation in the Congo put on the Agenda by the soviet Union to say the real Issue a might better have been called the situation in the United a we Are facing a great threat to this organization a he said. A a consistent Effort has been made in order to create conditions for w t 3iutnboli l vol. Clexx no. 304 phone i 2-1711 Eureka California. Sunday december 18, 1960 fi4 including 8 note la Page Magazine Section 4 americans await verdict in Havana court for spying ailment about a Quarter of a mile North of the town were shattered like kindling Wood witnesses said. None of the injured was seriously Hurt. Only Harry Doddridge 63, who was blown into a tree was admitted to a Hospital. He was held for observation. Hammarskjold in a reference to soviet Premier Khrushchev said a a certain party asked him to resign months ago a in a chivalrous Hammarskjold said he had done As much As he could within the limitations set by the u. N. Chart most of the injures resulted for and rest a on the Assem from flying Glass and debris and y Security Council the victims were released after treatment at hospitals. Search for Man he said a strengthening of his mandate to keep peace in the Congo highly desirable As the authority of the United nations has be a challenged in Many the Secretary general said the United nations should use its in Highway patrol and sheriffs Uench in till Congo to get Parlia units in Humboldt and Del Norte tent. Convened the army re a a the a Are so Many arms legs counties last night were search diced t0 is role and bodies Stilt lying about it is ing for a Man who shot an Elk and a civilian Golem impossible to say How Many were a yesterday at the Prairie Creek killed a a police official said. Eik preserve near Orick. I Dummar skjold also said sees the plane with the exception. Authorities said they had a de 1 oni1sjld.f.nc broken of a Wing and the Tail was de ascription and License number of be la ? worked to stroked. Police said that soon aft-1 his Auto and one unit had purer the crash f Ames stretched 100 sued it toward Crescent City i con inu Ltd on Page 3 1 restly after the incident. Probe of tragic by crash begins belgian technicians to quit the Congo Dut Steps must be suggested a was to How the Gap thus created could be filled by the United nations wad Worth declared that the soviet Union was endangering in International peace with a a straight policy of Rule or ruin a designed a either to weaken and Divide or to again Power in the Congo for those a who will do the will of 4 ministers slain by a ethiopians charge espionage at China Agency Cuba Castro blasts London mpg a emperor i Havana apr four americans accused of saving on the a. Ana Headquarters of Rod China a news Agency awaited sentence i Halle a a Lassie returned i in Triumph Loday As or was a a a Espi Mage Cha,.ges in did a a. A am a a to has capital of Addis Ababa Prin e minister Fidel Castr. Again turned n scathing attack an the saturday headers of the abortive Bonlak a Catholic Church. He charged that some priests Quot in Cuba Palace revolt in Ethiopia were encourage the murder of government officials reported to have fled before his Castro also promised to purge cubans judicial system which he arrival. Some May have com bitterly criticized for failure to adapt to the revolution. He screamed fitted suicide. Angrily that he intends to oust a had reports that the rebellion ind ended in bloody failure poured out of Addis Ababa. The City was reported rapidly returning to Normal. Diplomats in London also heard that four ministers who served the j 68-year-old a conquering lion of Judah were shot As hostages Friday As he landed in Asmara 400 Miles North of the capital and began to make his Way Back Home. He had rushed Back from a state visit to Brazil when the revolt broke out wednesday. The slain officials were said to a have been the ministers of defense and Commerce the acting foreign minister and the Deputy minister of information. The minister of health was reported miss Washington team arrives in la for Rose bowl boy survivor Dies four killed in italian new York apr history a worst air disaster took on an added note of Heartbreak saturday As investigators began a sweeping a a it i Hunt for the elusive error or malfunction a that caused two planes y_4l ctr. Ii to collide in the a few fragmentary hints emerged. I Brescia Italy Fapio an sex a they did. A new grief struck. Of the 128 aboard the two ref Tram Quot Ltd a it with immigrant doomed places. One passenger. Stephen Ball. 11, Wilmette in it a refs it Quot of a of. �7. A. U Christmas collided with a sleek had Clung to life for More than 24 hours. ,. ,. 6 a new luxury train near this North but he died saturday of Burns and inhaled flames. And fridays a a 1 thanksgiving of his parents who a Lucios la a Lull had stood watch at his Hospital bedside turned to tears. I 11 the Over All toll of death thus Rose to 136 from the collision that a p a rained fiery destruction on the Vej City. All aboard both planes perished along with eight others on the ground. Police said still More May lie in the wreckage and torn buildings. As the Broad rapid fire inquiry proceeded these inklings of what happened were indicated one plane was being watched on radar. The other apparently was not. One must have been off course. Both planes a United air lines dc8 Jet and a trans world airlines four engine Constellation were descending for a Landing when their paths inextricably crossed. A top Federal aviation official said that under such circumstances a if both planes were under positive control at the time one was off Phillip Goldstein chief of the investigating division of the civil aeronautics Board also said the Twa plane was being traced at the time on radar Scopes at la Guardia Field its destination. As for the Jet headed for Idle wild Airport 10 Miles away he said a i done to believe that the United air lines plane had been identified As such on the the hard pressed cab investigation was described As the most extensive Ever undertaken by the Agency. It brought a vast corps of experts Here Many of them working through the night examining radio communications records plane remnants charred equipment flight patterns and other material in a search for the cause. A so far there is no definite Lead a Goldstein said. At the same time nearly 300 police and firemen still dug through italian town saturday. Four persons were killed and 43 injured 12 of them critically. The express travelling from Milan to Trieste was going 55 Miles an hour when it jumped its tracks into the path of the los Angeles members of the Washington huskies football team Are welcomed to los Angeles by tournament of roses Queen Carole Washburn on their arrival Here yesterday to begin training for the Rose bowl game january 1. The team arrived aboard a chartered Airliner the a husky Rose bowl a up telephoto move to kill electoral College set Washington a sen. Mike Mansfield a Mont Alied saturday a with the obvious Gen Juk completes Cabinet makeup ing and the ministers of Public works and finance fled the City when the revolt broke Cut. As for the rebels diplomatic sources in London reported that the ringleader Gen. Mulugeta Bulli and his commissioner of police were dead and presumed suicides the rebel Premier Ras Prince Umeru former ambassador to the soviet Union and to India was reported either arrested or dead. Clark Mollenhoff Washington correspondent for the Minneapolis Star and Tribune and the Des i Moines Register and Tribune re ported Frorer. Addis Ababa where he is on a study tour that the City suffered considerable damage in Street fighting Between the rebels and the Large segment of the Jarmy that remained Loyal to the emperor. He said the rebels were said to have killed As Many As 16 High government officials including three Cabinet ministers. No americans were Hurt in the woman killed by car a Middle aged woman identified Only As Eleanor Bailey address not known was struck by a car and killed at Wipior Creek last night according to local Law agencies. The Fata Accident occurred at about 9 of clock near the Forks bar. The woman was taken to Klamath Trinity Hospital at Hoopa where she was pronounced dead on arrival. Further information was not available at press time. Castro a regime demanded 30-year prison sentences for All four of the americans. The court announced it will arrive at its verdict monday. The bearded prime minister poured out his fury in a 3%-hour oration at a labor rally held after Midnight. He ordered a big military Parade held Jan. 2. Manuel Cardinal Arteaga infirm and Semi retired at 81, was called a Judas. The aged Cardinal Heads the Church Hierarchy in Cuba which privately has vowed not to Bend before the regime. Castro said the Cardinal went to the presidential Palace during the old regime of Fulgencio Batista a to Exchange the kiss of Judas with the bloody he said some priests a have reached really daring extremes in their counterrevolutionary activities encouraging terrorism encouraging crime encouraging even assassination of officials of the revolutionary government encouraging the criminal hands of blood thirsty i Castro indicated he would like to avoid conflicts with the Church saying a we Hope they will reconsider that they become aware they Are m King a he ridiculed a recent open letter from the Catholic Bishops of Cuba the most outspoken critics of communist influence in the country. The letter protest a the spread of communist ideology and detailed a Long list of grievances including the detention of priests. Castro said the letter was designed to depict his government As a persecutor in the eyes of the world a allow me to remind you archbishops that one commandment of fighting Mollenhoff said. It began a shortly after the rebel government Vientiane Laos a the victorious pro Western govern bodies meet of Laos started a recovery program saturday for this ruined capital City freed from leftist troops after a three Day Battle. Vientiane s capture Friday broke the Back of the neutralise move ment in Laos the new regime which is temporarily located in Tough Jungle fight against the pro government still fears a Long and Savannah it indicated. But the communist Patchet lao. A Patchet lao broadcast saturday night admitted defeat in the Vientiane Battle but labelled it simply a decision to withdraw. A communique called for recapture of the City. The broadcast was picked up by piping radio and heard in Tokyo the Airport Here is reported open to traffic again. It had been the leftists last stronghold before they lost Vientiane. The retreating pro communists carried away from the Field much of their soviet supplied artillery which will give Patchet lao guerrilla a boost. A government minister at a Van Rathet accusing the soviet Union and red North Viet Nam of intervention said Friday Viet Nam instructors came in with the soviet weapons Airlift last monday and that two instructors had been captured. It a picture of the new Cabinet will be found on Page 21 Palm Beach Fla. Apr president elect John f. Kennedy was proclaimed and lasted until Era approval of president elect comp eted an recent on youth Cabinet saturday by selecting los about noon Haile Selassie re John f. Kennedy a for an Over Angeles insurance executive j. Edward Day for postmaster general turned three hours later. Oncoming Quot Arle Chino Quot Stream a a. Tax Quot to to lowest liner travelling 80 . In route r ,. I ten or Kennedy himself is 43. Day is 4�. A to Milan from fled who a peeled to with Day by his Side. Kennedy Xii aboard the express were Hun become tic Sena a majority r a p it Slid Ben Atli a a a omit Palm on j a dress of italian workers return of a a 53such Jyl Lii of in i u i the Sun splotches Patio of the Ken 1� Iii it Home for Christmas from jobs it of Mon a s of i rip a a. J Sion of Congress two it measures to a i Etc Tai i Wax change the machinery in which Ivow x tru Swers by due in Germany France and Switzerland. One of the injured passengers oni the a Harlec chinos was 3ittorio Bordini Gonfalonieri 46, president of the Council of Europe. He was taken to Brescia civil Hospital in critical condition suffering a brain concussion and a fractured left Arm. Police originally counted seven dead in the Accident but later gave the Tod As four. Series on Mary and Joseph begins today plane Safe continued on Page 3 Rio de Janeiro Brazil apr a brazilian National airlines passenger plane with 13 persons aboard missing since thursday has been found Safe in the brazilian backhands the air Force i ported saturday George Cornell award winning religion writer for the associated press is the author of a notable series of five articles on the Miracle of Mary and Joseph entitled. A blessed Art thou Mary a beginning in the times today on Page 19. Cornell received awards from the National religious publicity Council and the religious heritage of America for his outstanding work interpreting the Bible and its Depths of meaning. Now he describes in warm human terms the Story of Mary and Joseph from the time of their betrothal through the period of suspense while Mary was with child to the birth in the Manger at Bethlehem. Cornell wrote the memorable Book a they knew Jesus and has written numerous special articles on religion for the associated press. Kennedy won one of the closest it1. 1 a presidential contests in history. Amp a premiers one of these will be a proposed constitutional amendment to Abol Katmandu Nepal apr to ish the electoral College and be arrested the two remaining choose presidents by direct popu ormer premiers of Nepal Friday Lar vote. Night and put them in jail. The other would be proposed legislation to establish a National presidential primary shorten presidential campaigning provide for government financing of major they Are or. K. I. Singh chairman of the United democratic party and Tanka. Prasad Acharya chairman of praja Paris had party. The other premiers the kor party expenses and Advance the Brothers a. P. Koirala and inaugural Date of new presidents p Koirala also Are under Arto one month after the election. Rest. Mansfield said in an interview All political activity has been that while he has not discussed banned in Nepal. These proposals specifically with Kennedy lie is confident the incoming president w ants something done to modernize the election machinery. Outside political circles life continued normally on the second Day of direct Royal Rule. King Mahendra arrested most of his Cabinet suspended the cons Titu Quot i am making these proposals Tion and took Over All Powers in in Black and White for the Senate to consider them a Mansfield said. A i done to expect them to be adopted in the form i have offered them. We have competent committees to work out the Best formulas. A but we must do something about a system in which an elector does no to have to vote for the presidential candidate who carried his of Alabama a 11 electors six who ran a pledged to any candidate have announced they will vote for sen. Harry f. Byrd d-va., who was not a candidate. The other five plan to vote for Kennedy who carried the state. All the nations electors will meet in state capitals monday to cast their ballots. This Himalayan kingdom thursday. Nedy Home. He told a news conference it was a great pleasure 11 to have a Man with a a Distin hmm a Cox gushed career in government and business take Over a the largest aahou8h the recent grand jury business in the the Post a Llars is a a it not the Board of Edu office department he noted has nation Mere omitted from the More than 500,000 employees and Arenda for a he it Ember get a $3.8 billion budget. Both Ken a tomorrow Nihi my Quot w Nedy and Day stressed a deter i husband or on two Mem nation to improve the efficiency by whose resign at a is were Sug of the postal service. Gelled in the report it said he was a. A a ,. Confident the subject will not be neither would commit himself ignore i a it is my impression that will Issue a statement in this is the Complete 10-Man reply to the grand jury commit Kennedy Cabinet in the order of to he Sai j. Quot i have no idea i s Selec. On what is indicated but the Agenda Secretary of health education but 1 expect the subject will be and welfare gov. Abraham a. Introduced in the period set aside Ribicoff of Connecticut 50. I for Public Secretary of Commerce gov. Husband the Only Mem it or of Luther h Hodges of North Caro the Board who replied to the jury Tina 62 the oldest. Report at the time it was re Secretary of the Interior , announced he would not Stewart l. Udall of Arizona 40. Resin and hot Back at the critic Secretary of state Dean Rusk Mem a a to appearance and in at this Point to restoring twice a a Day postal deliveries. Bonn wants nato talks this Spring Paris it a it a prosperous West Germany called saturday for a nato Summit conference in the Spring to sort out a growing tangle of Alliance problems largely resulting from americans Dollar Drain. Defense minister Franz Josef Strauss unexpectedly tossed this proposal into the North Atlantic treaty organizations ministerial meeting wrestling now with Finan a a ,. Cial problems and the threat of a 15 j1. A. 5. The soviet unions growing nude be americans awaiting a might. His suggestion would give other Western chiefs of government a Chance to Confer with John f a Loti Kennedy after the new american ajl old. J. Y 17xcf.il president has assumed office an Dtta i i got his administration running v i Leto defense Secretary Thomas g. 1 Gates jr., called a halt to free ii 111 Rit irlill4/ilar distribution of . Military equip 11 Utu act \ ment to Britain. France West an 85-year-old Eureka Man was Germany and Luxembourg. This injured ast nigh when he a cd amounted to $30 million a year into the Side of m t for Britain and less than that for in. A he a Bucksport act cording to City police. The Senate quit until 7 . Rudolph Gesche was crossing wednesday the House returns at j the Highway from West to East 4 . Sunday when All the 13 0n Allard Avenue when the Acci Bills will be assigned to commit Dent occurred. He was in the tees for hearings. Sentence tomorrow jailed since continued on Page 3 Airliner guides Small plane in of Safe Landing a of Wither forecast Eureka and Vicinity a Cloudy with occasional rain today becoming partly Cloudy with scattered showers late tonight and tomorrow. Slightly cooler tonight and tomorrow. The High today 56-62. Tomorrow 52-58. The Low tonight 44-50. Southerly winds increasing to 10-20 mph today becoming variable 5-15 mph tomorrow. Offshore a southerly winds 15-28 knots Point Arena northward sunday becoming Southwest 10-20 knots monday. Southerly winds 10-20 knots Point Arena to Monterey and variable winds 5-15 knots Monterey to Point Conception. Rain Point Arena northward spreading to Monterey sunday night otherwise partly Cloudy. Precipitation 24-hour total. 1.95 total to Date this season 15.93 total to this Date last season 4 15 Normal to Date. 11.17 Sunse 1 36. Sunset 4 52. President of the Rockefeller foundation 51. Secretary of defense Robert s. Mcnamara president of the Ford motor co., 44. Secretary of labor Arthur j. , special counsel for the Al Cio 52. Secretary of agriculture gov. Orville l. Freeman of Minnesota 42. Secretary of the Treasury. Douglas Dillon undersecretary of state 51. Attorney general Robert f. The press. Peter Andersen the other member whose resignation was suggested declined to reply until the Board prepared an official statement. E. W. Strauser chairman of the Board also said he would make no individual statement at least until the Board released its formal reply. A i think that mrs. Elise Gaw chairman of the grand jury committee directed the criticisms personally at or. Andersen and myself than at the Board a Hus Kennedy brother of Kennedy 35 band concluded last night. A the youngest. The report charged that a the postmaster general j. Edward Board has failed to perform its continued on Page 3 continued in Page 3 crosswalk police said. Gesche was knocked Only about six feet from the Point of Impact. He was fully conscious during the trip to the Hospital where he was treated for a fractured leg and head injuries. Hospital attendants i said his condition was a a Good. Pittsburgh it a a Small the car northbound on Broad plane running Low on fuel and Way was driven by Warren l get hampered by Snow and sub Freez Griffith 16. Of Fortuna ing temperatures was guided to the Accident occurred during a safety saturday by a big trans a heavy drizzle at 6-45 . It still world airlines Constellation. Is under investigation. Capt. Rex Harrison Pilot of the a four engine Twa plane located in the smaller Craft a Cessna 170. I i lists ill 17 about 40 Miles Southeast of Pitts to 1? i a i Burgh and escorted it to the Al a Leheny county Airport. J the eel River crested at 17 the smaller Craft piloted by feet late last night at Fern Ridge or. Jack Steele of Dayton Ohio a the u. S. W7eather Bureau report then landed safely As the Constein de. This is approximately one lation circled overhead. Half foot below flood level the air route traffic control the current rainfall will de Center at the greater Pittsburgh a crease in intensity today and to Airport said or. Steele reported Morrow the Bureau said and no he was running Low on fuel and further rising of the River is exiting up shortly after he Hadl petted. The reason for the Rise passed Over Morgantown or. A. In the River was heavy rainfall he was unable to land at the in the watershed areas the past Morgantown municipal Airport be few Days cause of Snow and poor visibility. Other than minor flooding on radar experts at the greater the Van Duzen River at its june Pittsburgh Airport guided or. It Tion with the eel Rio damage Steele until capt. Harrison picked was reported caused by the rain him up and led him to safety. I storm

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