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   Bee, The (Newspaper) - August 11, 1969, Danville, Virginia                             Fecferof Aid Requested For Cincinnati CINCINNATI Ohio AP Gov James A Rhodes has promised to seek federal disas ter aid for Cincinnati suburbs nil by a weekend tornado that claimed four lives injured 264 and caused million in dam age The governor made his pledge after touring the area Sunday Help also was promisedBy City Manager Richard Krabach who the paperwork and even the regulations if nee essary Disasters like this have no municipal boundaries Mrs Norman Taylor1 45 be came the fourth victimof the storm when she died Sunday of Usuries suffered when a car driven by her husband was flipped over by the Saturday night Also killed were Mrs Carolyn DeBorde 21 and her sons DeL berl 5and Rodney 3 who were pinned in the debris of their wrecked apartment in the community of Hartwell The tornado started its sweep of death and destruction in the northcentral part of the city and howled along a zigzag path 100 to 600 feet wide and about seven miles long The whirlwind sliced through Hartwcll Reading Silverton Deer Park Amberley Village Arlington Heights Madeira and several unincorporated commu nities About 700 National Guard troopsremained in the area to day assisting police in patrol ling the stricken areas DEGREES AWARDED GLEMSON SC son University summer sesssion graduates have been bid to prove that the evils and injus tices of our society can be cor reeled by reasonable and peace ful means President Robert Edwards de livered this challenge Saturday as 253 bachelors and graduate degrees were awarded Violence seeks to triumph over reason Edwards said both abroad The values of civilization are being challenged TO THE PEOPLE THECITYOFDANViLLE I s visli to take this oppor tunity to express my appre ciation to the people of Danville for their support in my behalf for the office of City Sergeant in the Pri mary held July 15th In the runoff election to he helcl Tuesday August 19th 1 will again appreciate your vote and support for me f or City Sergeant Respectfully CHARLES J SMITH MODESTY RULED FOR ISRAEL GIRL SOLDIERS military policeman measures an Israel girl soldiers skirt in Tel Aviv to see that it conforms to a new miniskirts Skirts must be no higher than three centimeters about one and oneeighth Inches abova the knee Current Quotes dnmmmmummiiimi By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS T cant say that I would choose lo spend a couple o veeks like that but Im very glad we got the opportunity to complete the naut Neil A Armstrong upon emerging from quarantine While supporting the sound oncepts which the President las set forth 1 will work to ex end their application so New York and other industrial states Rockefeller of New York on the Nixon administrations new wel fare plan Some friends of mine offered to work as busboys just to get official of the Century Plaza Hotel in Los Angeles where President Nixon is throw ing a dinnner for the Apolio 11 tronauts Wednesday night If we want to get to Mars in the 1980s wed belter solve the problems of poverty and hungci in the P Moyni han special presidential adviser on welfare and urbanaffairs I like public life and I may vary well want to return to it I just have not Tlie Bee Danville Va Atujuit U 3B Bishop Weds Will Remain A Catholic SANTE FE NM AP James P Shannon fonher Ro man Catholic auxiliary bishop of MinneapolisSi Paul is ex pected to teach his regular class today at St Johns College here He said Sunday he would re main in the church despite his marriage but a former col league said the nuptials auto matically communicated him Shannon 48 and his bride the former Ruth Church Wilkinson 50a Proteslant who was pre viously married three times re turned here Saturday night ac cording to RichardWeigle pres ident of the college The couple was marmed Aug 2 in Eadicott NY by a Protes tant minister the Rochester NY Democrat Chronicle reportedSunday Shannon then isssued a statement to the New York Times acknowledging the marriage I dp not intend to leave the Catholic Church It is my spirit ual home I love it dearly and have worked to the best of my ability as one o its priests for 23 years he said But the Most Rev Leonard P Cowley auxiliary archbishop of the MinnneapolisSt Pan diocese said in Minneapolis By marrying he incurred ex communication heres no need for a declaration of it In New York experts in church law said Shannons mar riage violated Canon 2388 of the official code Clerics in major orders and all persons who pre sume to contract marriage with those clerics automatically in cur excommunication Bishop Cowley snicl Shannon could still issue sacraments val idly but that such action was against the lawof the church He said the marrriagc could have been legal within the church if Shannon had re ceived the dispensation to mar ry beforehand and marrricd a person who was free to marry Mrs Shannon was divorced from her third husband who has since died Bishop Cowley said I wish he hadnt done what he did be cause of the shock in it but I still regard him highly as a per son A lot of Catholics are terri bly shocked because they know the personal commitment he made Shannon in his statement said is a source of sadness and regret for both of us now that because of our marriage it will nolongerbe possible for me to serve the people of God as a priest or as a bishop He said he had written Pope Paul VI to assure him that I have no intention of trying to function as an underground cleric I have no intention of leading or joining any move ment which seeks to hurt the church Shannon owns a brown stucco home near the college campus but he was not there Sunday Shannon resigned his Minne sota post earlier this year after an exchange of letters with the Pope in which he took exception to church opposition to birth control He has been teaching a graduate course in education and is to become vice president of the small liberal arts college next month The college is not affiliated with the Catholic Church NOTICE TO THE CITIZENS OF DANVILLE AND PITTSYLVANIA COUNTY Beginning Monday August 11 1969 we will begin construction on a new intersection at North Main Street and Piney Forest Road Our intentions are to complete this project by the end of this year with as little inconvenience as possible to you the traveling and we ask your cooperation and patience during this construction t The first phase of this work will require twoway traffic on North Main Street and Piney Forest Road utilizing the northbound lane and the shoulder on North Main Street and the westbound lane and the shoulder on Piney Forest Road This situation should exist through the third week in September at which time we will again notify you of necessary changes in detourson this project We are concerned about your safety during construction and will make every effort to place signs in strategic locations so as to lead you safely through the project In return we ask you to travel slowly and with caution so as to protect yourself and our employees and equipment THOMPSON ARTHUR PAVING COMPANY The Rochester newspaper said Shanunon look out a mar nage license in July ji Auburn JtfY under tho P Shannon listinghis occupation as salesman RIVERSIDENORDAN OPEN 109 DAILY MS USE OUR LAYAWAY PLAN FOSTORIA AUTOMATIC DELUXE STEAM DRY IRON Tyr overthecounler replacement guarantee Our Reg 788 GIANT SALE OF HAIR SPRAY SHAMPOO OTHERS RECRUITS KILLED FT GORDAN Ga AP Allen Rawls of Dorchester SC was one of two Army recruits tilled when a private automo bile smashed Into a platoon of 40 recruits Saturday night at Ft Gordon Also killed was James Hud son 20 of Opalocka Fla Fif teen other recruits who had re ported to the platoon Friday at he base near Augusta were in jured one critically Officers said no charges were filed pending ait investigation They said a car driven bv Sgt Harold Parks 28 plowed into the group DONT WALK band together on the campus of Eastern Michigan Univer sity In Ypsilantl as polico continue 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