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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - August 14, 1955, Florence, South CarolinaSunday morning August the Florence morning news Florence s. C. Page 3-a u. S. Seeking release of 41 red held americans Geneva aug. 13 i the United Stales rounded out a second week of secret negotiations with the Pep my government today still seeking Freedom for 41 americans Long held in communist China. U. Alexis Johnson United states ambassador to Czechoslovakia and Wang Ping Nan red Chia s envoy to Poland talked Jor an hour and 45 minutes in their sixth meeting Here without reaching agreement or giving any official hint that they were near one. From the outset on the co Munsil demand that India act As a third parly to screen chinese nationals in the United states about return ing to red China. The . Has resisted this demand As a Maneu ver that would Force it to recognize a piping claim of Jurist action Over the chinese in America and repudiate that of nationalist China. The communists originally were reported asking the return of a number of chinese students in the the talks were stalled almost1 United slates in Exchange for re leasing 41 american civilians mostly missionaries and business men. The slate department has said repeatedly that All the chinese Are free to leave. The red chinese were said to have widened their demand later to imply a Legal claim on All chinese in the United states. They suspended their negotiation until tuesday when they will again take up the Issue of returning nationals of both sides to their respective countries. France drafts Morocco self government plans pairs aug. 13 France drafted a plan for a new Broad gauge National government in Morocco today hopeful with reservations that it will end terror ism and move the North african protectorate toward self govern ment. Final terms were worked out in a conference today Between pre Mier Edgar Faure foreign min ister Antoine Pinky and president Rene Coty in the Alpine resort of Izille. The proposal will be carried in a Teller to Sultan Mohamed Ben Moulay Arafa by resident Gen. Gilbert Grandval. 11 proposes a government source said the Fol lowing the Sultan shall choose a government representing the principal factions in Morocco including the less extreme nationalists. In essence the tired frightened and aging Sultan is Given until aug. 18 to say whether he agrees. On that Day resident general Grandval flies Back to Paris to report whether Success is Possi ble or whether the Sultan must be pushed aside while a Regency coun cil or another Sultan can get on with the Job. Think mrs. Schmidt won t return to airman spouse Nevada City calif., aug. 13 seemed to be a strength ening today of the impression that 20-year-old Una Schmidt Fine will not return to airman Daniel c. Schmidt As his wife. Schmidt. 22. 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Rug just smooth on to floor cleans easily colourful Floral Leaf or tile patterns w new store hours daily to All Day wed. Satisfaction or your Money Back 131 n. Irby st., Florence s. She married Alford Fine 21, in the belief Schmidt was dead. The airman did t know this until he readied Manila on his Way Home. Then he removed the wedding hand he wore. Last night he and Una met in the office of her attorney Harold Berliner. They talked for a Long time. Their faces were strained As they finally parted going separate ways. Berlinger implied in a talk with reporters Loday that if there is another meeting it will be at Schmidt s request. A person who insisted on anonymity and is close to the family drama said that while Schmidt wants Una to return to him she does t feel that Way and that Schmidt is going to consult a Law yer. The Sacramento Bee said thai after last night s conference the Young woman told a Bee reporter i am just As mixed up As Ever and Don l know what to the reporter asked do you love Al and Una said but she gave no answer when he asked and do you love Dan Schmidt Lold another newsman Loday when asked about reports Reg. 199.95 divan with mattress Una would remain with her second husband that statement just in t he "1 am determined to gel this marital silk Alion straightened last night he saw for the first Lime and held their son Daniel or. Una s Mother mrs. Walter for Guson of Boise reached Nevada City today. As she met Schmidt she embraced him and exclaimed this is. My boy he Means More to me than Una was in seclusion during the Day. Berliner yield a press conference this afternoon and said Una has changed her location and Only he and her parents knew where she was. Una is making no statement on her future plans or on any phase of their personal problem in de Ference to airman Ber liner said. Asked if Una would request an other meeting with Schmidt Ber liner said it was Schmidt s wish thai there be no More publicity and no while Berliner was holding the conference Schmidt left his Small town with Una s Mother and her Stepfather in an automobile. U. A radio Man can remain in Moscow easy opening mechanism reversible cushions with foam Cushion 189.88 Down month on Sears easy terms 1 Shadow boxes 1.98 end Tobies Moscow aug. 13 we the foreign ministry s press chief said Loday inc Soviel Union will give Irving Levine National broadcast ing co. Correspondent a Parma Lent visa to remain Here and make broadcasts. Leonid v. Ilyichev who handles press mailers for foreign minister Molotov made the announcement. Levine n Veteran reporter in Europe and the far East is now accompanying a delegation of . Farmers visiting Tashkent a cily in Uzbekistan Miles soul Hest of Moscow. Llyia Chov Lold this correspondent of the decision during an inter View so you can break the Good news to Levine when you talk to him by Telephone Al Levine is believed Here to be the first Western noncom Mimiel radio correspondent accredited in Moscow since Robert Magidoff also an Abc importer was expelled in 19411. Magidoff also was Corres on Donl for Mcgraw Hill a new York publisher of business mag a incs. Ready for you to finish selected Ponderosa Pine in. Simplicity of design to fit nicely with any decor. Smoothly sanded interlock ing Ponderosa Pine Shadow. 1 0x20x22 97c perfect styling for any Lypo furnishings. Smoothly sanded ready for your Choice of finishes. Watch the baseball games every saturday big picture table to save compare at 129.95 99 Down month on Sears easy terms enjoy big picture performance at this Low Price Clear vhf reception. Wood Cabinet gives you resonant sound. Built in Antenna. Compact size takes up less room easily moved from room to room. 17-Inch screen the soviet Union expelled him after Izvestia the government newspaper accused him of espionage which he and his employers As Well As the United states de Nied. After he left Russia Magidoff said the russians had expelled him for their own internal propaganda purposes. In Liis talk today Ilyichev also repeated a Promise he made at the British embassy party last tuesday that study was being made of lifting censorship on non communist Western correspondents in Moscow. He said the Soviel Union is will ing to consider applications by Western news agencies Here to in crease their staffs temporarily for the visit of was German Chancel Lor Konrad Adenauer Early in september As Well As on a per i Nancol basis. Bal he added on a permanent basis inc soviet Union would sex Peel some reciprocity since it has also been asking for admission of several More soviet correspondents into the United states. Skipper of lost ship tells Story aug. 13 is the skipper of the shipwrecked Levin j. Marvel today poured out his Story of the ancient vessel s Cap sizing Wilh a loss of 14 lives. The coast guard said he will be subpoenaed for an investigation. Alfred Kabernagle caption of the port of Tia Limore. Said he had ordered the Marvel to quit operating last sept. 9 until she was inspected. The owners appealed to coast guard Headquarters in Washington said Kabernagle and it was ruled the mi3-ton vessel was nol big enough to come under inspection requirements. While two coast guard officials interviewed some of the other 12 survivors of the Chesapeake Ray disaster capt. John Michling Tele phoned the associated press to Volunteer his account. He said he was calling from inc Baltimore City morgue where he had been taken to identify some of those who perished when the Marvel capsized and was battered to pieces yesterday by winds whipped up by Hurricane Connie. She capsized Iff North Licach. Md., id Miles South of Baltimore. Meddling said the 64 year old. Three mailed Clio Tinei was heading for her Home port of Annapolis. She had Lell there Mon Day with 2.1 passengers and a Crew of four. Warning id had after lunch the passengers wort assembled in the lounge he said. I told them our method of abandoning ship. At the time of the discussion in was not a pressing Issue at All. Everyone was in fairly Good spirits. I told them we would fasten a lifeline in each of us so that no one would get separated from the rest of the group. While we were in the process of doing this the first of the group who had the line fastened Wero out of the lounge out on the deck on the Fantail. They came through the Hatch one at a time As we were fastening the line to them. The ship porpoise nosed in under a Large oncoming sea. A parcel by when it Rose up out of the water it must have lifted the an Chor. She rolled twice and then Cap sized on her starboard Side. J it was about 2-.w j North Beach firemen said icy jew arc called at . By a Resi Dent who old a woman Wear ing a Liebelt had been washed ashore. Julius scr Hurt. Chief of the vol Jim Lear fire department reached he Beach moments later. All i saw was a Bunch of Lum Ber around out Here and five or six people lied together Drifting Down the he told newsmen. These were Hie six survivors who drilled near a Duck Blind 3k closeout records popular Rig artists Only All new nol used those popular records originally sold for 89c each. Big assortment. All 45, 78 rpm recon to. Television stand attractive Trouf m Iron Reg. 3.49 l.99 year Nolc Caplain. Ii was a Beautiful Dav. The Sun was shifting and was a Light Balmy meddling said inc wind increased Iii. Inc Marvel headed up the Bay i Enlil in started blowing gales ill Mil Daylight Friday. With each gust the ship would Heel Way Over we suddenly were struck by a 4ii to my mile Gull which removed All Canvas Irenn the vessel. We had no sail ii Lull. The ship turned broadside Chip Block floor shop to 9 Friday of 7 sat. Les Slont on we saw in would be in enamel finish. To reach warm River All table sols a Civ pm Colic feel won l mar Wils ill inc visibility wins Al bul Yards. The wind and rain had whipped a Mist off the sea and in was like looking into a White meddling said he dropped Anchor Hoard motor boat rescued them iwo at a time. The rescuers. William Mcwils Lii wins. 2il. And George said Illey had heard about the trouble and Well up to the teach to see if we could lend a hand the Bay surrendered the Chen la and twelfth victims by Early after Iio Iii Loday. The search Lor the two still missing continued but stale in ilk directing tie search said they pc child nol possibly have survived. I uce Eaty payment Platt free parking for Sears shoppers herring Haj but Waves about 15 feel some of i hem on up closer to 2u or listed he ,-.hir i and threw in broadside into the Sun. 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