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Circleville Herald (Newspaper) - August 31, 1963, Circleville, Ohio Or to or up or ror or err Rte it fair continued fair and cooler today. Tonight and tomorrow. Yesterday his a 83 Low. Today High t9 Low 13. Tomorrow High 82. The Circleville Herald saturday August 31, 1963 8 pages a 7c per copy full service associated pres leased wire for a Tate National and world news Central press picture sender Lead. Tug columnists and artists fall local news coverage 80th year�?7.06 vietnamese demonstrate for chieftain Ngo Dinh diem hailed at show in front of . Installation Saigon South Viet Nam apr South vietnamese staged a massive pro government demonstration in front of the . Information Agency Headquarters today hailing president Ngo Dinh diem and assailing Security violators. Whether by coincidence or intention the demonstration was held at Saigon main downtown mall an intersection of several boulevards in front of the . In formation Agency Headquarters. . Officials reinforced the Marine guard at the Agency build ing and americans were requested to remain indoors throughout the two hour demonstration. The additional Marine guard was ordered As a precaution against incidents that could further Strain relations Between this War torn Southeast asian nation and its . Ally Over diem a hard crackdown on buddhists and their followers. Two More american advisors were killed Friday in the War against communist guerrillas. Government troops guarded the mall in front of City Hall and were posted at the four boulevards leading into the demonstration area. Soldiers with portable radio units were deployed several blocks from the mall. By Early morning about 30,000 workers and students had gathered at the mall milling under huge banners hailing diem the demonstrators a from pro government revolutionary groups to civil servants and women in traditional Silken Slit skirted dresses a marched in military formation carrying Pink yellow Green and Blue banners proclaiming support for the government imperialists and communists who have misused or exploited religion a one Banner read. A a destroy All colonialists imperialists and communists who have misused or exploited religion a one Banner read. The nation meanwhile slipped into its Lith Day of martial Law amid promises from government and military officials the restrictions would he lifted soon. Saigon continued to move toward normalcy. On another front. However communist gunners shot up 18 . H21 helicopters and killed two americans Friday in what was described As one of the fiercest operations against communist Viet Cong guerrillas. Three other americans were wounded. The deaths brought to 54 the number of americans killed in action on vietnamese soil since the . Buildup of december 1961. The toil from All causes including accidents is 99. Hundreds have been wounded. The two americans whose names were withheld pending notification of Kin. Perished aboard the banana shaped h21 when it crashed in flames 30 Miles Northwest of Saigon. . Highway traffic toll is picking up momentum no body is found in mine chamber the eyes Are saying a a thanks with big. Soulful Eves and shaky legs Sheba looks adoringly at fireman David f. Parker who rescued her from blazing Home in Bristol. Conn. . Discounts Degaulle to neutralize Viet Nam area Washington a -, officials discounted As impractical today a proposal by French presi Dent Charles de Gaulle for the neutralization of Viet Nam backed by a French offer of a cordial but sen. George d. Aiken of Vermont the Senate a senior re facials Here because they saw it As a possibly troublesome intervention in a critical situation for purposes which they said privately they could not understand. Some thought and still think that de Gaulle was immediately concerned at a time of crisis in Viet Nam with reasserting French in publican and a member of the Terest and porn some French Felts a Quot Riff Lin Ltd no in the area under in re in n is of a n. A up f r a Inch colonial Rule. There was a de Gaulle on his offer to relieve widespread interpretation also us of our responsibilities in South Hal indirectly and by implication Anil i de Gaulle was indicating e be invested about $3 billion Proval o Pollock a yep in that area and i am delighted foam if France is willing to take Over Aiken said however he did not our responsibilities a Aiken said. Understand Why the state depart French ambassador Llone Al ment appeared to be baffled and hand discussed the de Gaulle annoyed by in Gaulle s action move with Secretary of state Asa Dean Rusk Friday then told re bloc the senator said. France he porters to was not intended As a a responsibility to help preserve slap at . Policies in the Southeast asian country. Peace and resist communist a we Haven t seen any detailed de Gaulle a statement thursday proposal. Job a nurse Auen Sas grassroots push for tax Cut asked Washington apr the democratic National committee is trying to build a grassroots fire under Congress to get it moving on president Kennedy a tax reduction program. Party chairman John m. Bailey Friday urged democratic officials throughout the country to a use the channels of political communication available to you to make sure that the importance of this legislation is understood and reflected in correspondence with your representatives in the had caused irritation among of christians of All faiths show Unity Rochester n y. Apr a Hazleton a. A a Cou i rage us Volunteer has ended speculation that missing Miner Louis Bova might be entombed in the i same underground chamber from which two companions were res cued. With this Hope for finding the i 54-year-old Bova ended drillers continued work today on several 100-Yard deep shafts which might a provide some clue to the whereabouts of Bova who has been missing since a mine Cave in at i nearby Sheppton aug. 13. Early today All drilling was i halted for five minutes while a microphone was lowered into a i six Inch Shaft and an attempt was made to communicate with Bova. The Only sound coming Back on a Loudspeaker was that of drip i Ping water. It was estimated a 22-Inch Hole would be completed sunday afternoon. So hazardous was the Mission performed Friday night by Volunteer Andy Drebitko 36. Of Pottsville that his identity was not Dis closed until after he had been hauled Back up a 308 foot Shaft and reported no Trace of Bova. The Shaft went to the chamber from which Bovais companions. David Fellin 58, and Henry throne 28, had been rescued last tuesday after two weeks entombment. A Remote controlled television camera lowered into the chamber i for testing and exploration had picked up what h b. Charmbury Pennsylvania Secretary of mines had said appeared to be the image of a Man. Drebitko reported a what appeared to be the image of a Man was the remains of a plug that had been used to close up the 12-Inch Hole before they widened it to 18 inches and brought Fellin and throne to the rope was curled around the plug. A my inspection of the area where Fellin and throne had Drebitko said a indicated that it would have been impossible to Tunnel from there to where Bova might be entombed on the opposite Side of the As soon As Drebitko made hts report the drilling rigs a which had been quiet along with every thing else except a Generator supplying Power for electric Light a started to chum again. Drebitko about 5-feet-8. Was lowered into the Shaft by about a dozen men. Holding onto a thick rope. Two dozen others manned three safety lines. Charmbury said that a 22-Inch Hole already started East of the Fellin throne escape Hatch had gone past the 150-foot Mark and would be driven to the Bottom in the continuing search for Bova. Keeping score on the rainfall rainfall for 24 Moir period ending at 8 a. In. Actual for August to Date 5 5 Normal for August to Date 3 59 ahead inches actual since january i 29.32 Normal since january i29.0? River feet. 1 7 Sunrise. 5 58 Sunset. 7 06 a maybe this is a bid to reassert French influence in Southeast Asia. A France is trying to be important. Lets take them up on this. Of this is not a Bluff id go so far As to leave a great part of i our supplies and equipment in the area for them and stay there Dur. Ing the transition . Policymakers Are deeply concerned about the future de drama of the change that has a elopement of the Viet Nam crisis swept the Christian world was which turns on a political dispute going on Here today. Between the government of presi their gathering As members of Dent Ngo Dinh diem and Buddhist the Central committee of the and student elements antagonistic world Council of churches of to the government. The United feed a vivid portrayal of the states has been outs Okenly critic new Solidarity. Cal of government actions against a christians Are on the Way to the buddhists including Many a Unity a says an inter Deomina rests and attacks last week on tonal Faith and order report under study Here. The participants were a mixed throng of varied dress race country and tradition working to mesh their efforts and to mend the rifts in Church Dom. They represented 200 Church bodies of Many kinds around Buddhist temples. At the same time . Leaders have Felt their scope of action is limited because As one official said a there is a War on and the United states wishes to avoid any action which would weaken operations against communist guerrilla forces. The Earth. They sat through hours of discussions and in Between strolled st or Lonic will the Grassy Hilltop grounds of col i report Gate Rochester divinity school to chs gym on tuesday Here. Roman Catholic observers also were on hand huddling in animated conversation with lutherans methodists baptists Presby Teri ans and others. As recently As the mid-1950s catholics were forbidden to take part in such affairs. But now it was done with Vatican backing. Circleville High school principal Richard Soutier has requested All students grades 8 through 12, to report to the school gymnasium when classes open Here tuesday. The students will gather in the gym at 8 15 a. In. For a general orientation session. Cigar Plant strike May be expanded Lima Ohio apr a Wildcat strike that idled the d. We g. Cigar corp. Plant Here and another at Delphos Ohio May spread to the company s other plants at Van Wert and Detroit Mich., an official of the teamsters Union says. Edward Haumesser. Business representative of local 908. Said the employees overwhelmingly rejected his request to return to their jobs after the walkout began Friday. He added that the com Pany refuses to negotiate until they do return. Some 700 employees Are Idle Here and about 125 at Delphos As a re suit of the walkout which the Union said stemmed from a Long buildup of grievances. Haumesser said employees at the Detroit and Van Wert plants have been threatening a walkout. Among the grievances were charges of changing Job classifications resulting in salary reductions and failure of the company to recognize the teamsters As the workers bargaining agent. The teamsters Union was certified earner this week by the National labor relations Board As bargaining agent for employees at All four plants. A act set to continue Cincy pickets Cincinnati apr Cincinnati leaders of the National association for advancement of coloured people say they will continue picketing Over the Oakley school Transfer Issue starting tuesday William Bowen president of the Cincinnati chapter said Friday night the Oakley Issue is Only part of the groups Effort to effect changes in the Cincinnati school system. A a we re going to get into the entire school he said. A we will pursue this As we would any other matter relative to advancement of the the Oakley dispute centers on planned Transfer this fall of four classes from the overcrowded Evanston school with predominately negro pupils to Oakley school where most of the pupils Are White. The dispute started nearly two months ago with the a act contending the Evanston youngsters were to he segregated in their own classes instead of being integrated in other Oakley classes school officials said it was too late to change plans for the fall classes. Bowen said a act officials met Friday with superintendent Wendell Pierce who repeated the Contention no change in plans for the Evanston Oakley Transfer could be made by tuesday. Pierce said that he repeated his earlier Contention the Evanston pupils would be integrated after the first year. Identical quads live in poverty Chicago a the first known set of identical quadruplets in the United states is living in poverty in a broken Home a court action disclosed Friday. The Little girls Sheena Shawna Sherry and Shannon Harris were born june 30 to a $90-a-week assembler and his 19-year-old wife. In a Superior court hearing. Judge James Crosson ordered the father Bernard. 23, to con tribute support of $30 a week for the quads and for their brother Shawn i. Harris already had begun weekly payments pending the outcome of a paupers suit by mrs. Delores Harris for separate maintenance it was disclosed. Harris left the family the suit said 50 speeders nabbed Dayton Ohio apr Ohio Highway patrolmen staged pre Holiday Clampdown on Highway travellers Friday night on . 25 North of Here and arrested 50 motorists for speeding. 420 or More dead expected Over weekend by the associated press multiple fatality accidents marred the beginning of the 78-hour labor Day weekend As millions of motorists took to the nations highways for Summers final Holiday. The death count began slowly but picked up momentum saturday morning in the first full Day of the weekend on the National scene traffic accidents had taken More than 75 lives before noon today. Ohio began the Holiday weekend Friday night with safety officials hoping Highway traffic Slaughter would be greatly reduced despite a forecast of 24 deaths on the roads. By mid morning saturday Only two traffic fatalities had been recorded in a Survey that began at 6 pin. Friday and extends through Midnight monday. These were James Schwab of Gnadenhutten killed when a car hit his bicycle As he was Riding on . 36 three Miles West of Uhrichsville. Amos Lee James 22 of Richmond ind a was killed when he lost control of his car North of new Paris in Preble county. In the 1962 labor Day Holiday. Ohio counted 25 persons killed and 991 injured. Highway safety officials expect 930 to be injured this year in addition to the 24 fatalities. The National safety Council has estimated that Between 420 and 520 americans May die before Midnight monday. The death count began at 6 . Friday. The record for traffic fatalities for a labor Day weekend is 501. Established last year. Two separate accidents took six lives. In Cadillac Mich., a 4-year-old Michigan boy and two visiting canadians were killed in the Colli Sion of two cars at a Rural intersection. Six other persons were injured. Three persons were killed and three were injured when their car missed a curve and struck a Utility pole in Webster n.y., a suburb of Rochester. The safety Council estimated that motor vehicle travel during the Long weekend would total 8.4 billion Miles the heaviest in history for a labor Day weekend. The lowest traffic toll for a labor Day weekend was 246 in 1946. A Doce around round town my int Iii leave Early and arrive safely. This is the warning from ail local Law enforcement agencies today. It is directed to any Motorist who will be on the Highway during the labor Day weekend protest negro neighbors _ Pennsylvania state troopers were railed out to guard a negro family which entered a newly purchased Home in an All White neighbourhood near Folcroft a. Here troopers restrain a demonstrator near the Bouse. Columbus. Ohio apr latecomers still May be accepted on some campuses the 33-member Ohio foundation of Independent colleges says. Most member schools still have space for students who done to have to live on Campus and these fall applications Are being accepted men and women a Ashland. Baldwin Wallace Defiance Findlay Ohio Northern. Steubenville and Wilberforce. Women a notre Dame st. John. St. Mary of the Springs and Western. Men Bluffton Heidelberg and Muski Ngum. Columbus Ohio apr Highway patrol cars will keep their headlights on from 6 . Tonight through Midnight monday As a safety reminder. Patrol supt. Scott b. Radcliffe noting the Highway safety departments grim prediction of 24 deaths in Ohio traffic Over the labor Day weekend said cooperation from the Public could keep the toll Well under that figure. 7.000 Toledo relievers May be Cut off Rolls Toledo Ohio apr diminish ing Aid for about 7.000 Relief recipients will be Cut off completely in october unless the Toledo City Council provides More Money county officials say. Its account already $300,000 in the red auditor William c. Galvin said Friday. The City has turned Over is million to the county an additional $731,000 of the City a $1, 731.000 Relief budget is due and would carry the county account through september. Columbus Ohio a the new commander of the 20th . It. Hayes in Columbus is maj. Gen. Normando a. Costello. He succeeds maj. Gen. Andrew it. Lodi who now commands the 15th corps at the Presidio san Francisco Columbus Ohio a discovery of the removal of a Stop sign from a Columbus intersection perhaps by vandals a came late for Douglas Smith 22. Of Utica Mich. Smith was killed in a two car crash Friday at the intersection after the Smith car passed the spot where the sign had stood. Dayton Ohio a authorities continued their search today for two men who robbed the citizens Bank in suburban West Mil ton of an estimated $15,000 to $20, too employees said one of the robbers held them at gunpoint Friday while the other scooped Money from three Cash drawers. Victoria. By. A sir Ralph Perring lord mayor of London completing a Canadian tour with his wife presented a Loving cup to the mayor of Victoria. R b. Wilson. They drank Ginger ale from the cup at a hotel luncheon in Victoria. The cup is a Silver Gilt a replica of one used at the Guildhall in London before the great fire of 1666. Philly racial tension ebbs negro family moves into All White area Folcroft a. A a negro couple who moved under heavy police escort through a jeering ugly tempered crowd into their Home in a previously All White area tried settling Down today for what they Hope will be a Long stay in the damaged Home. More than too state troopers augmented by a detail of a dozen horses remained ready to contain any new outbursts or demonstrations such As Friday nights Rock and egg throwing that threatened to become a riot. State police maj Singleton Shaeffer said anyone not living on the formerly peaceful Street where the Horace Bakers now reside would be kept out. A thousand or More jammed into the area of modest Brick Row houses in this Philadelphia suburb Friday night. The Bakers once inside kept All lights off. Early today after the crowd had dispersed Baker. 26. Came out of the House briefly and told a state trooper a sorry i caused All this trouble. But i Hope everything will turn out satisfactorily a he Shook hands with a priest on the Street and several neighbors again began jeering. One shouted. A a let me shake your hand Baker returned inside where his wife and several companions were sitting in the dark. By this time Only a dozen troopers were patrolling in the immediate Vicinity challenging everyone who appeared. However. 132 troopers in All were on Call. Baker indicated his determination to stay even before he moved into the House whose Interior had been wrecked by vandals. A fire bomb was hurled through a window Early Friday. He said a this is a Challenge. And if we can to live up to a Challenge. We have no place to Baker a Laboratory technician for a Camden. N j., firm said he and his wife. Sara. 26, a nurse at Philadelphia Hospital a Only want a decent place to live. We will obey and respect the Law and Hope other people musical Arranger Dies Hollywood apr Axel Stor Dahl. 50. Singer Frank sea tray i longtime musical Arranger diet Friday in his Home. Stordahl als it composed music and was music a1 director of the television series a a Schales Navy

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