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The Boston Globe from Boston, Massachusetts • 11

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The Boston Globei
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Boston, Massachusetts
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11
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Eleven Will Search Reservoir Skindivers to Seek Body of Mrs. Risch By A. RAYMOND DOHERTY The disappearance of Mrs. Joan Carolyn Risch, 31-year-bld Lincoln mother of two, remained a mystery today as preparations were being made to have skindivers make a complete and thorough search of the Cambridge Reservoir in Waltham on Route 128. Dr.

Mead to Speak i Cardinal Will Aid School in Rockland ROCKLAND. Nov. 2 Cardinal Cushing promised last night to aid Holy Name Parish construction of a new 16-room elementary school because Framlnsham Churchme lo sPeak I A i 1 52 At Ford Hall Sunday To Install Pastor ncwion icmpie The International Crisis Dr. Margaret Mead, noted I-- Impact on Massachu IIIUUV blrtrUlX setts" will be discussed by anthropologist and author, will address the Sunday night TOAXflVfiHAXT Knv 9 oi Motor vehicles! The institution of Rev. Mason Clement A.

Riley and George Wilcnn m-tnr st Lodge at the annual meeting of the Ford Hall "children are the hope of the future of the church." Forum in Jordan HalL draw's Episcopal Chureh, Buck-! Pp11 She will speak on "Why The prelate told parishioners at two evening All Saints Day minster will take place i Dl UU4CI iciie neyun, Friday at 8 p.m. with Rt Rev. the Anson Phelps Stokes, D.D,TemPle 186 Long Shi Can't We Communicate with ine-- the Soviets?" (Masses in the church that he Dr. Mead, is recipient of six realized their problems in the Bishop of Massachusetts, offict-1 ating. I Elliot Marsh and his brother: A reception will follow in Phillip, are co-chairmen.

Also1 the parish hall for Rev. andjon the committee are Max Mrs. Wilson. The new rector Shuman, Arnold Weisman and began his duties here in Sept John Silver. WON'T YELLOW honorary doctorates, has traveled the globe several times in inadequate housing of the pres ent eieht-room school.

field research lor her many Construction of a new school books and is a member of five huiMinc hnrxH tn start bv scientific organizations. next Summer. THE BOSTON GLOBE-THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2. 1961 jthey were on the day they en The search of the reservoir was being planned on the basis tered the case. Solid Evidence Slim VERY DAY of a report that a woman answering the general description of Mrs.

Risch was seen walking The only solid evidence they have is that Mrs. Risch is the median strip on Route 128, near the reservoir, about 4 p.m. on Oct 24. A neighbor saw Mrs. Risch about 2:15 on Tuesday a week ago, near her car in the driveway.

This was the last time she was seen at her home on missing, blood was found in the kitchen, on the floor, the wall and on the dial of a wall telephone, and the phone receiver was ripped from the telephone. A partial fingerprint and a palm print, found on the wall, are still unidentified. It has been determined that the blood is type the same as the missing woman's. But a Old Bedford rd. The skindivers will meet at COUNT DAY' the reservoir Saturday morning about 8 a.m., according to Na- test by the Harvard School of Legal Medicine was unable to no uturi, deputy chief of the auxiliary police of Waltham.

show whether the blood came from a wound or some other Plan 2-Day Hunt Chief Lituri said he hoped to have about 50 skindivers search the three-mile shoreline Satur day and again Sunday. Any cause. A second test is now being made. While the clues are few, the theories are many. Investigators have considered the possibilities that Mrs.

Risch was kidnaped and perhaps slain by a mentally unbalanced person; that she be cuvers wno wish to volunteer, Lituri said, should rennrt at tho came ill and wandered into the nearby woods; that she is a victim of amnesia and that she left home voluntarily for reasons unknown. Circulars Distributed M0IHER HRgffif Winter st. cutoff on Route 128 in Waltham at 8 a.m., either Saturday or Sunday morning. Today State Police Det. Lt.

John Cahalane and Lincoln Police Set Daniel Mclnnis were in Brooklyn, N.Y., Mrs. Risch's birthplace, checking records and old friends. They also plan to visit New Jersey where Mrs. Risch spent her early childhood and Ridge-field, where she and her husband, Martin, a Fitchburg paper company executive, lived for four years prior to moving to Lincoln last April State and Lincoln police admit they are without any substantial clues and are no closer to solving the mystery than Circulars carrying pictures and a description of Mrs. Risch have been distributed through out the nation, but so far the results have been negative.

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Joseph Ryan and Lincoln Police Chief Leo Algeo. 3 Brooklinee Women Plan Painting Exhibit mITHEIvERY LOWESTlPRICES mi Three Brookline women will hold a painting demonstration Facts on Adlai Bring Apology From Van Fleet FT. MONROE, Nov. 2 (UPI) Gen James A. Van Fleet telegraphed Adlai Stevenson last night, retracting and apologizing for statements he Sunday between 3 and 5 p.m in the Brookline Public Library on Washington st.

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He had been quoted as saying he would have fired Stevenson last April after the rebel invasion which the United States supported. -The telegram, which was released here last night after Van Fleet had earlier refused to talk with reporters, said: "My information from several sources regarding Cuba was evidently erroneous. In view of your telegram, which I am glad to have, I stand corrected and am sorry for press statements which were, in fact, not accurate and completely out of context." arts at the library. Green Thumb Key Says Wallace at 73 FIRST QUALITY WASHINGTON, Nov. 2 (AP) BOYS' If you want to live a long Goodrich 1 00 Foam Filled MODERN HASSOCKS FAMOUS AMERICAN FULL POUND PEANUT CLUSTERS MAKE life, Henry A.

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Harvard Law Forum To Hear Lattimore Owen Lattimore, former director of Pacific Operations for the U.S. Office of War Information and an authority on China policies, and Prof. Arthur Smithies of Harvard's Economics Department, will address the Harvard Law School Forum tomorrow night in the Ames Courtroom of Austin Hall. The topic will be "Aid to Friendly Dictators." Prof. Lattimore is currently preparing books on China's history and current problems in Mongolia.

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