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Canandaigua Daily Messenger (Newspaper) - December 4, 1963, Canandaigua, New YorkTea Tineil intervals of Clearing and occasion Al Snow flurries today and Tomor Row. High around 30, Low tonight 13-20. Light variable winds mostly Westerly under 15. Temperatures 8 u in. 24. Ii . 27. 1 . 29. 2.1 hour High 33 Low 22. Vol. 176, no. 277 established Ash not what your country can do you ask what you Cun do for your phone 394-0770 Canandaigua new York wednesday december 4, i9g3 . Budget May surpass billion despite Economy Effort record spending seen Washington a presi Dent Johnson sets his sights to Day on u Federal budget pared to the lowest Jmes Siulc but has conceded the spending blueprint he sends Congress next Moulti May reach a record Sim billion or More. The Economy plus civil rights and National Unity the three keynotes of the new adm Nistra on the White House Agenda today. To discuss the health of the also to make an Appeal for presi Dent summoned representatives of labor and big business to the White House. Meetings wore scheduled for Laic afternoon with me Maljers of the Al Cio executive commit tee and representatives of the business advisory Council. Johnson also planned to talk with James Farmer director of tic Congress of racial Equality and to attend a ceremony honouring secret service agent Rueus Youngblood. Youngblood shielded Johnson with his body Afler the shots rang out Hal killed John v. Kennedy will be cd cd for bravery. Pressing his Economy drive Johnson conferred again tues Day with budget director scr Mil Gordon and his Deputy. Elnier steals. White House press Secretary Pierre Salinger said the budget Bureau is launching an Agency by Agency department by do Pyatt Nunt examination of the Salinger said Johnson will hear the appeals of any Fodera department Heads who proles they arc not gelling enough Money in inc new budget which will cover he fiscal year Irgin Ning july 1. Kennedy had sliced the bldg it from requests submitted b Federal agencies. Salinger said and president Johnson is a tempting to Cut that budget fur the attempt is in at budget Balw can billion am Salinger said. While trying to reduce the Gap spending and clue Johnson was also Scullin his administration s Lone in i matter of government Rogilia lion of business and Industry. The president called in i i chairmen of inc Federal com rom cations commission. Inter stale Commerce commission Federal Power commission. Be i iritis and Exchange commis Sion. Ami a dozen other Regula Lory agencies. He told them i will continue Hie Battle again substitution of government s in tar Cal for inc Public we arc challenged to elevate our sights to measure our performance by Quality rather him Quantity to concern ourselves Wilh new areas of cooperation before we concern ours Lac with new areas of control to take Pride in How much we do rather than How much there is to said Johnson. Gop Kingmaker weather moderating by tilt Tress temperatures moderated slightly across Northern areas find fairly heavy Snow fell Northern new England Tail most of inc nation s weather pattern today showed Only minor changes. The Mercury edged to near Zero in a few spots but generally temperatures across to nose areas in the Carlern two thirds of inc country were in the 20s Ami 30s. Higher Marks prevailed in Southern sections. Readings included 1 above in Idaho Falls Idaho and Zero in a Niihau wis. It was 10 above in Northwest suburbs of Chicago and 15 degrees higher in Chicago. Heavy Snow blanketed North Ern now England. Nearly a fool of Snow covered the ground it Tiu Niford Maine with heavy i Falls also report eel in Many other areas. Ike May get Back in politics Washington political upheaval caused by Hie assassination of president Ken Nedy May project termer presi Dent Eisenhower actively into the search for a 1964 gop presidential nominee. Eisenhower ims disclaimed any desire to become a King maker. Bui Assoc sales who have talked to him since Kennedy s death say the former president recognizes hat the Republican situation has changed so rapidly As to invite efforts to gel Hie kind of moderate candidate he believes can win. Eisenhower has of pissed pub Lic discussion of political mat ers at this Lime. He was re ported to have suggested it night be Well for republicans to preserve an air of bipartisan ship longer into the new year than they bad planned by Post poning a series of scheduled Jan. 29 closed circuit television lurid raising dinners. Wilh ill s Treasury Bare How Ever National chairman Wil Liam e. Miller ruled thai he Linn cars will go on As scheduled. Eisenhower gov. Nelson a. Rockefeller of new York sen. Barry Goldwater of Arizona and ormer vice president Richard m. Nixon arc to lie among the speakers. Before Kennedy s death the Republican nomination scram was developing rapidly into a two Man contest Between Goldwater and Rockefeller. Ii was a poorly kept secret that Eisenhower did t View this Prospect with any enthusiasm but there was t much he could do . The death of Kennedy and the Elevation of Lyndon b. Johnson to Hie presidency changed things. Goul Walcer supporters had figured their Man had a Chance of beating Kennedy by carrying inc South and some of he More conservative slates in Hie Midwest and West. Now he would facing a Texas presi Dent with an image More conservative than Kennedy s. If Goldwater decides to gel into inc in arc now is some doubt thai lie will it probably would Lake him time to work up he same head of steam against Johnson hat he maintained in flailing away at Kennedy s policies. The substitution of Johnson for Kennedy weakened Goldwa Ter s Rosilio i in re lie was 167lli year 35c a week Home delivered to canopy pro n Lac norwegian freighter Lionel at Mijc s Laurence Seaway. Ii was Sci afire by a collision with lie freighter Manchester merchant. Lincoln Kennedy parallels Washington a his wound is mortal it is Imossi Hie for him to these were the words of Llic first doctor to reach Abraham Lincoln s Side after an Assas sin s Bullet crashed into the Back of his head almost a Cen Lury ago. Ironically they were almost echoed by or. Malcolm Perry of Parkland Hospital in Dallas where president Kennedy was rushed after be was shot by an Assassin nov. 22.we never had any Hope of saving ins or. Perry told newsmen within a few hours after Kennedy death was bounced. Another medical parallel to Iween the two tragedies is o be found in a report written in 1s54 by col. Hugh r. Gilmore jr., a former curator of the medical museum of the armed forces Institute of pathology. Summarizing various records of a lad ims to a Ter s Wafic in the Smith strongest. Ordinarily the democratic would have been expected to help Rockefeller promising re publicans a Chance of carrying new York. Rut even some of the Gover nor s supporters concede privately that his political fortunes do not seem to inc recovering com his divorce and Acmar Iago. In such a situation there is a Eeling thai if Eisenhower per his friends of he National re publican citizens committee can find a suitable candidate in he next couple of months the Vay would lie open for the Lype of buildup that made Wendell Willkie inc nominee in iwo. Col. Gilmore about the medi Cal Carp Given Lincoln immediately after the shooting while Hie mortally wounded president still was in inc Box at Ford the Ater three army doctors in he audience rushed to inc Box the wound was located and artificial respiration applied for the patient was pulse less and his was hardly evident or. Perry who Al ended president Kennedy said thai co n i in lied on Page 3, col. 8 in rom closes school Rangoon Burma. A Burma s military government has ordered a third University closed because of the spread o f student rioting. Mandalay University was shut Down tuesday Moulmein University monday night and ran Goon University saturday. More than slide nos have been affected and 114 have been arrested. 8 week delay for Ruby trial Dallas a people thro Shoul Hie nation saw Jack Ruby kill the accused Slayer of president Kennedy and they re Likely to hear nearly All the evidence before Ruby s murder irial Ever snarls. Steps to set two formal inquiries in motion raised this Prospect today on ire heels of an eight week postponement of the Ruby Case originally sets for dec. 9. The new Date is feb 3, fixed tuesday by Dis Ricl judge Joe b. Brown in cause Llic prosecution and defense said they needed move time. Fresh information came to Light meanwhile about Lee h. Oswald the 24-year-old marxist charged with Hie Kennedy assassination and Ruby 52. A Dallas night spot owner who gunned Down Oswald before a Lional television viewers just two Days later. In Washington a former Marine corps lieutenant in whose unit Oswald served for a time John e. Donovan said Oswald s military discharge and Depar Ture for Russia in 1050 caused a stir. That compromised All our secret radio frequencies Call Igns and authentication said Donovan now a physics teacher in o private school. He knew the location of every unit on the West coast and lie radar capability of every retaliation we had to spend Lio Sands of Man hours Catiang no it was Learned in Dallas that he internal Revenue service is trying to collect from Luby through four liens filed Vilh the county clerk. The government claims he failed to pay All the taxes he owed and the Lens Cloud title to any property in holds until they Are paid. An apartment House manager n Dallas. Miss Dean Roberts Aid a Man who placed h news Laper advertisement Demaud Landing answers to a dozen like scions from the Kennedy and Nini Srafion the Day of the As assignation has left town. Miss Roberts said the Man Bernard Weissman. And a Root Nale William Burley paid a continued on Page 3, col. 2 mrs. Kennedy s new Home full of Art warmth Washington Iii. With a history and a warmth filled with Lac Art she loves will Greet mrs. Jacqueline Kennedy when she walks into her Bor rowed Georgetown residence Friday. The new address for the for Mer first n a three Story red Brick dwelling Wilh plenty of room. Undersecretary of state and mrs. W. Averill Han Iman who own the House have turned it Over to the former first lady and her Chil Dren and have moved into a hotel. The House 5 Baths. From the Lias 11 rooms and Entrance hallway with etchings by Picasso and Matisse in the stairwell to Lac pictures que Donne red f h in d floor bedrooms it is furnished continued on Page 3, col. 7 Chiang s aide resigns Post Taipei Formosa a finance minister c. K. Yen was lamed Premier of nationalist Shiina today replacing vice resident Chen Cheng. Chen generally regarded As resident Chiang Kai Shek s political heir resigned tues Day. I health was the announced reason but informed sources said lie was irked be cause Chiang made several military and civil appointments without consulting him. Reforms Are decreed in Catholic worship Pope to holy land civil rights discharge petition plan in trouble Washington a a plan by mouse leaders to resort o a petition m an Effort to pry the civil rights Bill Oul of the rules committee is threatening the Bill s shaky bipartisan Back most Republican members oppose on principle the idea of by pics Sig committees by getting a majority of the House cancer smoking tie seen Portland Ore. American cancer society in Vhal it says is the broadest study Yel made of the subject reported today that death rates Are far higher among Cigar Lac smokers than among non smok ers and that the Rales increase Vith the amount of smoking. The report came on the heels of a proposal by the american medical association s Board of trustees for a research pro Gram on tobacco and health beyond Stalis tial evidence. The american cancer Sicily s report was based on 194 men who filled out detailed questionnaires and then were raced for an average of 34.3 months. Or. E. Cuyler Hammond tin society s director of statistical research outlined the new timings at tire 17lh annual clinical Nix Ling of the american medi Al association. The figures con previous findings and go Urther he said. Pipe smoking or. Hammond Epos cd death Rales were fur if her among cigarette smokers Han non smokers hey in leased Wilh amount of sink no and they were lower among a smokers of a year or inner Iran among current smokers. The latest study. Aimed at renting challenges to six earlier pcs includes Many new fac ors. Due part of it compares Cash rates of matched airs one smoker and one non the twins were matched or age race height Urban or ural residence and numerous her tie rce of baldness and frequency f eating Fried foods. The sink r in each pair used a pack of in arclies a Day or More. Of the matched pairs. ,383 of Hie smokers lied during in study compared with ii02 of in. Non smokers. Lung cancer killed 110 of the to Kors 12 of Iho non smokers fifteen smokers died of empty to sign a petition and have Lille sympathy with he drive gelling under Way to move the civil rights Bill to he floor in such a manner. Meanwhile civil rights Lead ers gather today in what was described Asun extraordinary session to discuss Means of implementing president John son s Appeal for Quick action on civil rights legislation. Llic group Kins of the including Roy Wil a act and or. Martin expect cd to represent More than 70 organizations and plans to hold a closed meeting before visiting president Kennedy s grave in Arlington National cemetery. To Speed up House action on the Bill speaker John w. Mccormack d-.mass., said tues Day plans Are going ahead to have a discharge petition filed monday. Democratic leaders Are hoping to have a Large num Ber of democrats sign up at once. They would like to gel As Many As 150 signatures by tues Day in which Case they feel re publicans would he under heavy Public pressure to Supply the Resl of the names needed to reach majority. Sulci a strategy is almost cer Tain to produce res colment among republicans who sup Iriart the civil rights Bill but who have never signed u discharge petition and never plan to. They contend that republicans have done enough to help set a civil rights Bill to make them immune from Sacii pics Ema another compared Wilh lung disease 1 non smoker. Sci trooper jobs described i 7t to inv Madrid a Gen. Fran Isco Franco Leader of Spain inc his nationalist forces Over Lirow the Spanish Republic in 935, was 71 years old today. The Hardy Leader had a Busy a including conferences with officials of his government and Ormal opening of a Highway Tunnel 31 Miles from Madrid. Four Miles East of Canandaigua there is a Small while build ing which serves As Headquarters for 18 men who have Lac Rispon Sibilly of helping to enforce inc Law in Ontario and yales counties. The building and Hie men comprise the Canandaigua sub Lalion of zone 4, troop a new York slate troopers. Of the 18 men assigned to the sub Lalion 15 hold the rank of trooper. The other three Are investigators in the Bureau of criminal investigation a Bureau of the stale troopers. The Man in charge of the Canandaigua sub Lalion is trooper . Hicks. The troopers operate in three shifts to provide around the clock coverage of the two coun ties. The Sci men Are Call at All hours. All three May be on duty at one time or Only one or two May be working at Oiler hours according to the amount of investigative work to be done at any particular Mornen. And f there happens to be a rash of or glories or other crimes glitch Call for More work than can to performed by the three Sci men any of the other troopers have the training to item in and begin investigative Vork Call for Cement officer who should he fledgling trooper who completes readied by phone. Every Day of mint. Slate troopers have Juris diction anywhere in ire state we even have an office in Man Hatlan. But As a Mailer of practice we do nol go into cities to enforce the Law unless we arc asked. Of course if we Are go ing through a City and see a Law Bein broken we re not going to turn our backs. We will make an arrest. But generally speak ing the Only Lime we come into a City to work is when we arc asked. Example Clcil investigator . Fin Dock or example has worked with police Many mics. He and patrolman Wil Coyne worked together a couple years ago to solve some or glories which look place at Rossland. Furdock also has worked v l i special i Vesliga or orc Sangster of the cily no ice on several burglaries in the tact the state police. Phone cooperation if we Aren t near a phone at the says Wolfanger Ilie operator will Call new Ark or Waterloo. Or if she can t raise someone there she will keep going All the Way to Oneida if she has to. But she will Contact troopers somewhere who then can reach our men by when a Man wants to become a he must first pass rigid write in and physical examinations. If he docs he Ihnn May go to school for three months of intensive training in Law enforcement. During this schooling the crooner student learns such things As How to meet Lac pub Lic Courtesy How to act at inc scene of an Accident and what three Junior officer a in Veteran. The theories and ideas Learned in school Are put to practice on the i Field. He comes on his senior officer duly when does. He leaves at the same Lime and he is at his Side during All duty hours for that three month period. Then he goes out alone or with various troopers. For an other six months inc new offi cer is on probation. If at the end of this total of one year s probation be has completed Bis duties satisfactorily he readies permanent status. The men it the Canandaigua substation operate one of four such stations in zone 4. The other Stalions Are at Newark Waterloo and Williamson. Zone 4 is one of four zones in troop d which is headquartered at Oneida. The entire state is divided into several such . Seen Okine arms embargo United nations n. Y. . Security coun cil is exp Clad to approve today a norwegian Resolution calling Tor a worldwide arms embargo limed at forcing soul Africa to abandon its racial policies. Norway s proposal reportedly von reluctant support from the bloc Afler behind the scene bargaining showed that he african demand for a total rude in Coll of South Africa Vul a run the risk of a was Leah Power veto. The soviet Union complained dial inc norwegian proposal did nol go far enough bul indicated it would support it. The Resolution Calls for inc toughest action by . Mem Bers since South Africa s apart Heid policy of racial segregation was attacked in the . 17 years ago. Designed to paralyse South Africa s arms Industry it goes considerably Licy Ond a Council Resolution in August calling for a limited anus embargo. The norwegian Resolution Calls on All nations to observe the previous Resolution and also to halt at once sule and ship ment of equipment and Materi als for the manufacture and maintenance of arms and am munition in South Africa. Soviet ambassador Nikolai t. Fedoronko told the Council appeals to South Africa for moderation had proved useless. The time for half measures is he said. Fedoronko said the Council should Call for a general Trade embargo and asserted South Africa is unworthy of being a member of the United the South african govern ment has ignored More than two dozen resolutions against apartheid and there has been no indication ils policy will be any More after Clad by an arms boy Coll. The United slates and Brit Ain who carry on the heaviest Trade with South Africa opposed the proposal for an eco nomic Boycott arguing that it would be illegal and won d serve Little purpose. Historic trip will be taken Early in 1964 Vatican cloy Paul i decreed a vast Reform of roman Catholic worship in. Day called on the Bishops of Bis Church to share Wilh him in its government and then announced he would make an historic trip to Hie holy land next month. Tile a year old human Cath och ruler in office scarcely five months took Hie actions at a momentous closing meeting in is. Peter s Basilica of the of Ond session of his ecumenical Council. He and Iii Bishops gave roman catholicism ils first two councilor decrees in 93 years one on Liturgy the other on mass communications and then recessed the Council until september. Rut Pope Paul made Clear hat the nine month recess would not be an Idle period. He told the Council s drafting commis Sions to rework All pending documents so that they might ire completed it Hie Assembly s next session. The pontiff fold the pre Yalcs the primary aim of heir gather no was to set Forth How they share with him and under him Church government. In an exhortation obviously aimed at conservative prelates who oppose the concept of shared Power he said the Episcopacy is not an institution Independent of or separated from or still less antagonistic to the supreme Pool if Cale of Pelcer. Bul Pelcer the Pone and under him it strives for inc common Good and supreme end goal of Llic Church. The coordinated Hier Archy will thus be strengthened not undermined its inner collaboration will be increased not lessened its apostolic effective Ness enhanced not impeded ils Mutual Charity stirred up not stifled. We Are sure hint on a subject of such importance the Council will have much to stay that will bring Consolation and Pope Paul in his prepared Lex did nol mention the word col term applied to the concept of shared papal episcopal Power. But his words clearly put him on the Side of progressive pre Yalcs favouring Lac concept. A Council lest vote ocl. 30 showed Council members favored the concept 6-1. Rut an impasse developed when conservative or Ciales in key Posi Lions on Council commissions re fused to acc Cpl the vote As bind ing on the writing of Council documents. Tow tuesday cd landed the Power to act in a limited continued on Page 3, col. 0 protestants Honor Juk by the associated press Philadelphia a Short As was John Kennedy s time in says a leading Ameri can protestant was Long enough to make in abundantly Clear that Hose who had feared for any reason a roman Cath Olic president had misunderstood Willi he Man and his the Rev. Or. Eugene Carson Blake head of the United presbyterian Church of the .a., made the statement tuesday night in delivering the Eulogy at a memorial service for Kennedy. His audience was the sixth general Assembly of the Nalion at Council of churches an or animation of 31 protestant and Eastern orthodox Denom Lions. Kennedy first Catholic presi Dent of the United slates was o have a d d r e s s e d tucs Lay night s session. Insl cad. The Council paid tribute to the prescient who was assassinated n of. 22. Or. Slako said Kennedy s appearance Here a o u 1 d have clearly symbolized the begin Ning of a new Era of Hope for continued on i age 3, col 1

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