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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - July 2, 1955, Florence, South CarolinaSaturday morning july 2, the Florence working news Florence s. C. Pack one of four flyers found on tiny Isle Tokyo saturday. July 2 plane. Marine version of be of four Nils Spiik Marine air the Sabre Jet. Had ripped out a one men was found dead Ysl Mcday in wide pit on the East slope of the the wreckage of his Jet plane on a j volcanic Cune. A helicopter re Little volcanic Pacific Island nor moved the body Mally skirted by fliers because of i the spot was less than h2 Miles Tricky winds that swirl crazily from the scene of a Japan air i lines transport crash in 1953 that the Hunt for the three i killed All aboard including the others enl cred its sixth Day with american Crew. The Island has famed airman to Swap jobs to be preacher claimed a Long list of japanese and american pilots. At least 12 planes and 13 ships mane vering in a criss Cross Pat Tern through a was the son of mrs. Area South of Here. Weather Leonard g. Mcaneny of Glenwood Clear i gardens Yonkers and the son in the search Musl to on As of Bradley c. Barnard pub As Here is any said an of the Home. ., Sentinel. Force spokesman and there cer a his widow. Margaret lives near mainly is j Katsugi air Hase near Yokohama. In Minneapolis the parents in Law the body Foi and was listed tentatively by the Marine corps As that of it. Alan m. Mcaneny of Bell. And mrs. John h. Kimberly. Booked air plane Pas Yonkers. He became lost in Sage to Tokyo to join their Daugh Haze tuesday while Hunting for Ter mrs. Josephine Kimberly Bell. Capt. 11. P. Montague of Jackson mrs. Bell expecting a baby in miss., and u. David Winton Bell september arrived Here tuesday of Minneapolis whose disappear a unaware then that her husband Ance sunday in a Iwin Jet missing. She is under a Doc Knight fighter touched off the Tor s care at the Home of friends search. One other Marine airman lost on wednesday when a helicopter ditched in the search was identified yesterday by the defense department in Washington As it. Lames r. Day. 24, son of or. And mrs. Rollin f. Day Minneapolis. The w r e c k a g e of Mcaneny s fury Jet was found by islanders feet below the sum Mil of my. Mihara on 0 Shima. 6j Miles South of Tokyo. The Swift in Tokyo. Her father is president of the Kimberly Clark corp., Neenah wis. Bell is the son of Charles h. Bell. Minneapolis president of general Mills. Inc. 50 go to big 4 Bonn. Germany. July 1 West Germany is sending 50 observers to the big four Summit in Geneva this month. Conference Iron River. Mich. July i m i Brig. Gen. Lester j. Maitland. J Michigan aeronautics director will j become Lay vicar of St. John s episcopal Church about july 5. The preaching flier is a Candi Date for holy orders in the Northern Michigan diocese of the episcopal Church. He plans to be ordained in Hie fall. Gen. Mailland one Lime National air Speed Champion is sponsored by the i. Rev. Herman u. Page episcopal Bishop of Marquelle. At Iron River he will take Over Lone of two churches now served by Bishop Page s son. The Rev. Herman r. Page or. The Rev. Or. Page also serves St. Mark s Church at nearby Crystal Falls. He will remain at Crystal Falls assisting Maitland at Iron River. Gen. Maitland has resigned As i civil defense director Bill will continue in his Post As aeronautics director until november. A onetime aide to the famed late Gen. Millian i Billy i Mitchell i Mailland flew the first plane from California to Hawaii in 1927. Four years earlier lie held the National air Speed record of 244 Miles per hour. Gen. Ennd was in charge of Clark Field in Hawaii when the japanese attacked Pearl Harbor dec. 7. J91r. Street car strike snarls do traffic Washington. July 1 the urged Federal group of senators acted today to i workers to Lake some of i hair an take away the franchise of the mini leave at ills Lime and stay capital transit co. In the Wake of a strike which has knocked out the City s transportation sys Home it possible. Next to weaving their Way to work commuters found thai Park Tern and created a King sized Traf-1 ins was their biggest problem Fie Jam. Thousands had to walk a mile or traffic director George Ken More from their parking places to Eipp reported the volume of Auto Mobile traffic was 25 to 40 per cent higher than Normal and the worst j were opened. I be Ever seen meanwhile Federal their offices even Thoush some normally restricted parking areas sea. Morse id Ore and others introduced a Resolution in the sen met with company representatives ii jul scheduled a later session with ate to take up the company s fran officers of the api amalgamated Chise As soon As possible and give Assn. Of strew electric railway it to another private firm. Morse asserted Congress can no longer tolerate capital transit s financial abuses and exceedingly had Louis e. Wolfson. Who recently waged an fight to get control of Montgomery Ward co. Hie big mail order and retail merchandising firm is chairman of capital transit s Board. And motor coach employees of America representing the 2.400 striking bus and Street car Drivers. The Union wants arbitral inn of its demands for a 25-Cenl-Nii-Limir wage increase and other contract improvements. The company re fuses to consider arbitration con tending it cannot give the workers More Money until it gets a fare increase and some lax Relief. Oper other members of Congress were Salors now make an hour for seizing the transportation in moving to lift capital trans Tern and operating Ilas an Arm of Jit s franchise. Sen. Morse spoke the government. Hai Shiv of Wolfson the metropolitan police depart ment cancelled All Holiday leaves and stationed policemen at almost every intersection downtown to Cope with the deluge of motor cars from outlying areas. Many cars were packed with passengers. Rid ing in prearranged pools or picked up at random on the Way to work. I m for cutting Wolfson Down to Morse said. He added that Wollson would be invited to testify before the sen ale s of Columbia com Miller next thursday when in takes up his franchise Resolution. If lie financier does t accept Morse said hell he subpoenaed. Shortest on record major strike by steel workers is ended with wage agreement Pittsburgh july 1pact. They had been in a Marathon Cio United steel workers and u. S. Jinan to Man All night bargaining steel corp., the world s producer today agreed on and the increase provides an la i average j5-Ccnt-plns hourly wage cent hourly wage increase for All increase ending the shortest Dusley strike in history. M workers and a half cent spread the 32 Job classifications. Other major steel companies the spread is estimated to aver immediately met with Union out to another 3 i cents an vials to work out settlements based hour. The new agreement pushes on terms of the pact with big average hourly earnings of steel is eel. Workers to the lowest paid the . Steel settlement covers worker in the Mills now will re 350.000 production workers. Union Zeive an hour. The Corpora president David j. Mcdonald said j i Ion originally offered about 10 he Hopes to reach agreement with cells an hour. The Union promptly other Basic steel making firms rejected that proposal before Midnight. The steel Industry is expected thai would give another 450.000 soon to announce Price increases Union members the same pay Jot about a ton. There was no boost. Immediate disclosure of Price re until Mcdonald and Clifford f. I visions however. Basic Carbon Hood president of h. S. Steel. Jaleel now Sells for about a hailed the settlement As the basis Ion. For Grea or respond and under Industry officials Sakl in Advance standing of each Jot the negotiations that any wage Hood said work in the Woodd be compensated lion s steel producing plants will for by a Price boost. Bigger than had been negotiated for so Large a group of workers in Many in happened on a wage reopening clause when in Jion Leader Mcdonald had no Opportunity to neg Lluc Lor guaranteed Jay of pay. Pension or other Bene fits such As were won in the Auto Industry. Mcdonald was in the Happy Posi Tion of having won a substantial amount in wages Midway in his Union s two year contract. He now has every expectation he resumed As quickly As possible to minimize the loss of shipments to steel it was expected production would he Normal again tuesday follow monday s july 4 Holiday. Steel workers greeted the so talc incl Wilh Happy shouts As Mcdonald read off the terms to the Union s Ivo member wage policy committee. The pact was unanimously approved by the Union s policy makers. Members boosted Mcdon to their shoulders As camera men entered the meeting room. Union members following the wage boost assures another year of labor peace in the vital steel Industry. It followed similar peace agreements in the Auto Industry. The Price paid Sel a relatively High Standard of wage increases and other Nene fils that unions undoubtedly will seek to spread to the rest of the nation s industries. Comparison of the steel and Auto agreements is difficult. The Auto Deal valid at 20 cents an hour for each worker was divided into Only seven or Eigle cents of straight wage increase the rest in guaranteed Lay off pay pension tradition of no contract no Jand other Side benefits walked off the Job last Midnight the Auto Deal though involving even As Mcdonald and John a More Money was in return Lor a Stephens vice president and head three year contract. For . Steel. Were the steel agreement gave the in putting finishing touches on the Dusty s workers a fat wage hike that he can use the guaranteed Lay of pay and of her fringe Banc Fil precedents won in the Auto in Illus try As powerful arguments for i winning similar gains in steel next year. That is when a Complete new contract must be negotiated. In the last analysis the a Eccl Industry found itself in the same situation As had the Anto Industry. With profits High management in both industries were vulnerable for costly agreements As they sought to avoid any lengthy strike. Usually steel strikes have been Knock Down drag out affairs running into months. This time negotiators simply ran Over the strike deadline by a dozen hours in buttoning Down heir agree ment. It was a shattering responsibility for the two and one for the entire steel Industry the other for workers in the Industry s far Flung plans and Iron Ore mines. Where they Are Dosen t matter to those bees Fly a Timur Kuveke it new York. July t visiting French bees Are Miles from Home. Hut their Appe tites still operate on a Paris Lime table. That was the preliminary report today of an Experiment on Lime sense of bees conducted at the american museum of natural his tory by or. Max Renner zoologist of the univ i ily of Munich. On the human plane the bees performance might be compared to a Blind Man catching a bus at he same time every morning even though there was no one to Tell him the time. Or. Renner hew from Paris june i Wilh his bees. In Paris he had trained them to forage for sugar water from to . Paris Lime which is five hours ahead o new York time. He wanted to find out whether they could judge time within themselves or whether their judg ment was Hilch cd to some external time Factor such As the rhythm of night. A room at the museum Here was converted into a duplicate of the bees room in Paris. Well the transatlantic change in quarters failed to disconcert the bees. They showed up for feeding at to . Not. Which corresponds to the Lime they fed in Paris. Bui in s Daylight Here and dark in Paris. Or. Lien nor refused to draw any conclusions As yet. Since his Experiment in t Over. While Here he has trained Oiler bees to teed at to . New York Lime. Back in Paris he Wauls to Sec in they will feed at the corresponding parisian Tim cof to . Or. Renner leaves for Paris with Liis bees sunday. Discussing the experiments or. Theodore c. Schneirla. Curator in the museum s department of Ani Mal behaviour said in a statement this Experiment is one of several similar types of research being conducted by scientists in Many parts of the world in order to gain belter understanding of How Ani Mals and plans conduct their Many cyclic activities such As the daily opening and closing rhythm if Many plans and the routine ceding operation of Many animals. Stassen ends term As foreign Aid Boss Washington. July 1 did Stassen stepped Down As for eign Aid help of today with a plea that America concentrate most of its Aid funds in free Asia for a Long time to a few minutes alter he submitted his final report to president Eisen Hower former Republican con Gressman John b. J mister took Over As his successor. With Eisenhower and most of his Cabinet looking on Hollister a a Cincinnati lawyer Friend of Iho late sen. Tall became head of the government s newest Agency the International cooperation administration. With the Start today of a new fiscal year the old foreign operations administration headed by a Lassen went out of existence. Most of its functions were transferred to the new Agency under Hollister in the state department. Lassen is serving now is Eisen Hower s special assistant for world i disarmament problems. As the shift took place risen Power sent to Congress a request or in appropriations for foreign Aid this year. The House and Senate already have voted separate authorization Bills which set a general ceiling to be followed by specific appropriations later. The House yesterday authorized which is 139 million less than the Senate version the authorization goes now to a Senlac Ulusc conference committee for adjustment of the difference. Ilo Lister said nothing of his for eign nid views but Stassen made Public a detailed 21-Page Survey of world economic conditions. To Bact up his plea Tor More Aid in Asia. A Lassen warned communist regimes in Asia were going nil out to show they could industrialize far faster than nearby Danio a Cio steelworkers chief David j. Mcdonald takes a look at the fruits of Victory. John a. Stephens vice president and chief Bargainer for the steel Industry signs the new agreement. The steel strike ended with this signing yesterday afternoon. A wire photo blonde does t try to escape hanging . July 1 of a Sheffield Din Tor and Kiln Frame. He might have got Platinum blonde. Mrs. Until no liver in a Highland e Cui Olf passed up today the last Chancel ment. Lun years ago in a club to Appeal her sentence to hang whore she was a hostess. She paid Ionly n for killing her Lover he the real i their apartment to Avo cause he jilted her. Him mini key and i Ioles. Hut he the deadline expired at u ?.0-Mill Mil Riih Oiler unit Iii . A n Lurcher statement will she said he said one of the sex models Alln Ilievs who announced m s 10 she would not ask for a new a. I appeared she j had Little full to live. I justness the has been mis. Ellis a with debated in mine i Aili Eles in1 Tail i ill Dell a Giuld a the j hid Teller. In 111. Fall no Velleen ii May decl ill. Rudolph Kronket tears up his sign in Pittsburgh Friday. The Cio strike ended a Flor 12 hours. He took his lunch did t need it on the i .1 y m 0 ii a Lei a re. Ill a Kellel in a e Iii Der land im.1. The a Well Krumn Ligure in May lint Rii i i it Lair nightclub life. Mrs. Ellis a was a Eiline no co inuit convicted june no killing David Ted. I led certain under a kind 2 i. A lacing Motorist Slick which May have flared Iside a London tavern on Kasl Crisp shortly before1 i i sunday she had led four Hul the Man was shut. On strike picket Huv j against u. S. Sled j Gar did a. Hist m Seend Dii Iee Home Wilh him print nerd by learn my mrs and the sentence a be Shlick she Mel ill Akely Winold be Sexen years at the most mrs. Ruth Ellis Tommy Ayres radio to service 116 s. Coit of. Phone 2-3640 Racies. This area extending from Afghanistan to Japan he said offers the most urgent Challenge and Earnest Opportunity confronting the United Stales. At the same time however Slas san c a u t i o n c d against limiting american help to weapons and Mil Ilary equipment needed to counter the armed Threal of communism. There will to Lille Hope for enduring world unless the vast segments of immunity the underdeveloped areas succeed in lifting themselves onto a higher economic plane. He said. A drop in living standards among the 770 million people in this re Gion. Stassen said would have extremely Adverse consequences on free world miss tiny Kcf Adun funeral services for miss tiny Mcfadden will be at 1 p. M. Sun Day at the a Mcnezer Bap Lisl Church Wilh inc Rev. W. A. John son officiating. Burial will be in Union pm outcry. The Ideal funeral Parlours will be in charge of arrangements. Thomas Pegues funeral rites for Thomas Pegues will be at p. M. 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