Florence Morning News Newspaper Archives Dec 16 1957, Page 7

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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - December 16, 1957, Florence, South CarolinaMonday. 16, 1 957 the Florence Horning news. Florence. S. C. Pagut rockets May disturb him or. J. Robert Oppenheimer noted physicist who helped Lead the Way in America s wartime atomic program ponders an intricate equation at Princeton University s Institute for advanced s tudy. Or. Oppenheimer sidelined from the government s classified science projects As a Security risk has been the subject of revived discussion hinting at his possible return to government service in the Light of current u. Competition. A photo fax senators seeking big shakeup in missiles program command by Jack Washington. Dec. 15 the technical skill the resources new i Silc Agency would delay and the necessary enthusiasm -of-1- i i. Re Ary of defense Mcelroy faced Strong senatorial pressure among our technicians to build missile we nerd and to to replace missiles director Wii learn m. Holaday and shake up the i democratic loader Lyndon b. Johnson of called for re i build it on Johnson said. C top civilian command of the missiles program. I to what we have been lacking Are firm decisions at High lev rather than Speed development. Mcelroy seems Likely to be re called before he subcommittee Aller his return from the nato conference in Paris where he is battered ship reaches Lisbon licks wounds Lisbon Portugal dec. 15 the battered .i1 destroyer by tied up for repairs Here today and the ship s executive officer raised his Crew for bringing her through a violent Atlantic storm 3ec. 12. Two crewmen were killed. The Crew saved the ship by fulfilling their duties promptly and without said it. Cmdr. John Allen Kron of Norfolk a. He led . Newsmen on a tour of the ship. Had we not to regret the loss of two Fine men the suffer nos of five injured we could claim that we were very Lucky in Kron said. Donald k. Sumpter 17, of Mon cello ky., had been in the ship s Kitchen but left it five minutes Lefore Tho ship was hit broadside by a giant wave that destroyed Ibe Kitchen and mess Hall. Asked by newsmen whether he would up his naval career Sumpter said no. A was Only scared at the moment but 1 still like the despite handicaps Sumpter made and served Coffee to the other crewmen battling against the storm. James e. Gardner 21, of Chattanooga tenn., said he saved him self by holding to the ship s rail Ings As the big wave Rose 40 feet above the. Bridge where he was on watch. Donald Polatty of Greenville s.c., who had just been released from Bridge watch was described As one whose initiative in shut Ting hatches helped save the ship from further dangers he said he could not get his mind off the news that he had just become the father of a 9-Pound son. His wife lives in Naples Italy. Chief electrician Conrad l. Up right of Kannapolis . Was world population growing fast Washington dec. 15 if the world s population now growing at the. Fastest rate in history could reach six billion by the year 2000, the population reference Bureau the Bureau filing a United nations report on the world social situation said population in 1055 was persons As com pared Wilh in 1951. Said. The Bureau a private institution said the speedup in growth Rales is not caused by a Rise in birth rates but by a spectacular drop in death rates. Mortality has declined some what in nearly All countries and drastically in Many economically underdeveloped areas of Africa Asia and latin the Bureau said. The decrease was at the rate of increase is about tribute to Post world War ii in 1.7 per most rapid rate prove ments in health tech of growth in world it piques. Royal Engineer even a Princess is not immune to the fascination of toy trains. Here s Little Princess Lallo Amina 3v4, of Morocco Complete with Engineer s Cap amidst a set of trains during a visit to the toy manufacturers show room in new York. The daughter of King Mohammed Wos presented with a train coloured Pink As befits o lady Engin Eer. Cap photo tax praised for keeping the ship s electrical Power operating. The pumps would have stopped if the pow had failed. Supply officer Milas Houston of Hickory ., slammed the hatches leading to the Workings of the ship s communications shutting himself inside for 36 hours. He opened them up Only to receive for seasonal needs you set the same Good service whether you want a Large amount of Cash or just a few dollars from now until Christmas open wednesday til p. M. Loans to . Finance corporation 116 n. Street Florence s. C Telephone 2-2487 placement of officials he said had permitted vital missile decisions to get lost somewhere in the de sense Johnson avoided direct mention of Hobday s name in Public com but Tho democratic major Ity of the Senlac preparedness subcommittee was reported unanimous in the belief that the Pentagon s missiles director ought to go. Heads the subcommittee is investigating the mis silo and satellite programs. Sen. Stennis

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