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Circleville Herald (Newspaper) - June 11, 1963, Circleville, Ohio Fair partly Cloudy and Cool today with a Chance of Shower. Fair and continued Cool tonight and tomorrow. High yesterday 94 Low 82. High today 7577 Low tonight 52 54. The Circleville Herald tuesday june la 1963 to pages a 7c per copy full service associated pre treated wire for state National and world new. Central pre picture service Lead my columnist and artist fail in a1 new coverage. 80th year�?137wallace ready to surrender to . Violent storm weird twist almost brings congressional redistricting whips across parts of Ohio falling tree kills yellow Springs boy damage is widespread by tilt associated press a line of violent thunderstorm a whipped by powerful surface winds ripped aeons Ohio mainly in the Western Baff of the state and spread destruction to Many cities. The storms started late monday afternoon in the Northwest Section then struck at night in the Central and son Hern Section. One death was reported due to the storms. A 11-year-Oki boy was struck acid killed by a failing tree limb monday night when a storm hit the yellow Springs area. The youth Michael Jones was hit while walking through a schoolyard on his Way Home from a boy scout meeting. There were several minor injuries in the state. Most of the damage came from winds which ranged up to 83 Miles an hour in Cincinnati. Tree limbs were strewn about Many sections roofs were blown off and Power was disrupted. Two Telephone company employees were injured in Fremont when a tree limb crushed tile cab of their truck. A mam was injured in Lorain when wands so itched a storm door at his Home. At Middletown a main and his two Small son were Hurt when a tree collapsed on their car. Th1 severe weather came after unseasonably warm weather As temperatures climbed above the 90-Dngree Mark. Columbus was tho hottest spot with a Reading of 93 degrees in Early afternoon but the storms sent the temperatures into a Sharp decline and Cool weather was on tap tor today. Six thousand Homes were without lights in the greater Cleveland area for a time Arni Crew s worked to Power lines which blacked out 1.500 Home in Toole to. The same situation prevailed although on a smaller scale in Many cities in the Buckeye state. A Bow lag Alley under construction import Clinton was levelled by the fierce wits is. The Corner of a hangar at the Airport there was blown off and bricks rained Down on several cars. A plant1 at the Airport lapped Over on one Wing. At Milford in Clermont county officials said a tent housing a revival meeting was blown Down. There were 230 persons to de but no injuries were reported. Tile roof of a merry go round of an amusement Park in the Cincinnati suburb of Reading was blown away Ara an Arcade lost a portion of its roof. Columbus Ohio apr be cause of Republican illnesses and several gop defections the Ohio Senate almost passed a congressional redistricting Bill for the state monday night. It was a weird twist of timing and circumstance that permitted the democrats to tack a full scale redistricting Biu onto an innocuous ii tile measure to Correct the Border of the first congressional District in Hamilton county through a cemetery. It was Only after an amused Senate majority Leader c. Stanley Mechem turned to Senate re publicans and gave them the classic thumbs Down signal that the cop killed its own Bill 15-14. In the final tally the Bill a sponsor sen. Fred l. Hoffman a Hamilton voted against his own Bill. Two republicans sons. J Charles Jones r Butler and Robin Turner r Seneca voted for it As they had for the amendment. Sen. James Grose. R Trumbull who voted for the amendment j voted against the Bill. Air 12 democrats present voted for both tile amendment and the Bill. Monday nights wild and woolly it development could not have Hap civil defense unit inspects equipment efforts to create an improved civil defense program is Circleville and Pickaway county advanced another step yesterday when a local Volunteer group met at the memorial Hall to inspect emergency Hospital equipment stored there. The group also discussed or Ohio discrimination rapped by negro Toledo apr the negro will be free in 1963 Quot even if we have to March in every City in the country Quot says the Rev. A. D. King brother of or. Martin Luther King. The negro integration Lea Lor. Or. A. D. King nubs tuned for his More famed brother in a speech before 3.000 cheering persons mostly negroes in the civic auditorium monday night. He said his brother was forced to stay in Birmingham Ala., to watch the of an rate Giraldin settlement. A we have segregation m Birma go Ain but we know where it is a or. King said. But in Toledo he Saki segregation Quot takes the form of where you can to find it so easy but you feel it every Day of the 76 convicts offer blood to Aid boys new York a this is the Story of two boys and 76 convicts. The boys Are Brothers Mike and Pete meurer�?2 and 4. The two youngsters developed Haemophilia at birth a disease which prevents the blood from clotting often causing its victims to bleed to death from a scratch. Mike bumped his head on his crib last week and was rushed to Mia Mondes Hospital in Brooklyn where he was Given blood transfusions. Soon after Pete struck his leg against a chair. He was taken to the same Hospital for transfusions. Thomas Mccarthy serving time in Queens county House of detention on a weapons charge read about the boys and How they each require about too pints of blood a year just to stay alive. He asked fellow inmates to donate blood for the boys. Then he wrote a letter to the. Boys parents. A we Are getting together 76 of us out Here and Are donating a pint of blood apiece to help Michael and Peter. We Are praying for you. Best regards to Mike and Pete was told about the letter today and smiled. Mike died Mon Day before it came. Prison authorities said the red Cross blood Bank will collect the blood and deliver it to the Hospital for Pete. Mccarthy summed up his reason for starting the prison blood drive simply Quot i have a couple of kids of my escapees Kidnap hound Wheeling of. A. Appo Bce searched today for two prisoners who took special care to cover their tracks when they made their getaway monday. They took the prison bloodhound with them. Keeping score on the rainfall rainfall for 24 hour period ending at 8 a. In. Or Affa for j la to Dae 2 at to a a m Quot i iii re s Arf ii in a a a v i. 2 Normal since january i18 37 to or feet. 3. Is Sunrise. 5 03 Sunset Fin rail walkout delay is okd Washington a it rail opera ting Wilton agreed today to a five Day Extension Ai the deadline in the Railroad work rules dispute and delayed the threat of a nationwide strike unto next w Eek. I the railroads had agreed Mon a Day night to the sex Tennbaum which j Secretary of la Ivor w. Willard Wirtz requested when it became apparent no settlement could be reached by the first deadline a Midnight wednesday might. Actually the agreement by the railroads made a strike unlikely because they must take the initiative by putting the disputed work rules into effect before the five operating unions can react with a strike. After Corita twos moral a night and a meeting Early this morning the unions sent the following Telegram to Wirt Quot pm Vav be re Vised Tine labor or to z i ars will they also advised the railroads j of their decision at the Start of new talks Tius morning Gani National Progress. The meeting also was devoted to developing additional plans to establish a county wide cd program. The inspecting body consisted of 18 members who recently completed a course on civil defense plus other interested citizens. Making the Hospital unit fully operable Here served As a Point of study. The gear consigned and stored Here represents about $33,-000 Worth of useful equipment. A a a the equipment include 200 portable cots and blankets two Complete operating rooms sterilizers emergency Power generators and quantities of drugs and other Standard dressings. According to local officials this unit can be set up in about four hours under Ideal conditions. It is the objective of the local group to accomplish this Standard in the future. James Brown a Volunteer worker reported to the group that he had met with Circleville mayor Richard Penn the county com missioners and state civil defense leaders in Columbus. The next meeting will be to organize existing records and to relocate equipment. No Date Bat been set. Within the next two weeks the township and other Village governments will be asked by the local defense unit to cooperate in fun j lure plans Brown reported. Iii till Mill 111 iii Atnif in ii ii i ii it iii once around round town Al i Lull 11 Mill Tell Lei e Circleville and the Pickaway county area escaped serious damages during an electrical storm late yesterday evening. Local Power companies reported j that a couple of areas were without service for a Short time. One area was the Elsea trailer court North of Circleville but service was restored within a few minutes. Some residents reported hair stones fell for a Short time. However on the brighter Side the storm brought Welcome Relief from yesterdays hot humid weather. Pence had it not been tint Senate republicans have the ailing members Sens. Gordon Renner of Cincinnati. Tennyson Guyer of Findlay and Charles Whalen or. Of Dayton. The latter collapsed when he arrived at the statehouse monday associates said it apparently was a combination of an anti Hay fever shot and the intense heat. Renner Derwent surgery some weeks ago and Guyer suffered a mild heart attack last week both Are reported doing Well. The redistricting amendment was offered by sen. John c. Smith. Dayton Democrat who objects to his Home county of Montgomery being tacked to Butler county to form Ohio a largest congressional District. His amendment would have Cut Butler county Loose and joined it with Preble and Clermont to form a new 24th District. The Only trouble newsmen discovered later was that Clermont does no to touch the other two counties a a Legal requirement. And the plan entirely overlooked Warren county a and you can to do that either. The whole idea is to set up a District for the 24th congressman to which Ohio became entitled under the 1960 census. Tile 1961 gop controlled legislature failed to set up a District and this years Assembly shows no inclination to do so either. The somewhat Zany development monday night stole the legislative show As lawmakers met to Start their 24th work week the Senate virtually completed passage of a House approved Bill to provide penalties for juveniles i who attempt to horns toggle tavern keepers out off liquor or Beer by lying about their Ages. The whole Burden now Falls on tile liquor permit holders. Tile Senate turned Down 16-13 a Bill to prohibit poachers from using spotlights to line Deer and kill them. The bin was Defeated on its provision that judges would not be permitted to suspend the first $100 of the minimum Fine to proposed Law would have provided. A negroes to get registration of explosive situation a detective George Wilson left and la William Painter of the Alabama department of Public safety inspect a Cache of arms and dynamite found somewhere in the Tuscaloosa Ala., area a not far from where gov. George Wallace vows to prevent admission of negro students to the University of Alabama. 9 boy scouts 3 others die As truck plunges into Gulley Federal Agency oks Aid to Cambridge Cambridge Ohio apr this East Central Ohio area denied Beng designated a disaster area by gov. James a. Rhode received the tag monday by the Small business administration. The designation will allow Home owners bus ulesses churches and charitable Moltu Tsoras in Guernsey county to obtain reconstruction or Reb Loams at 3 per cent interest. The Federal help came As residents continued to clean up after last weeks Flash flood sent rills Arad crooked creeks far out of their Banks regents Bill hits Snag in Ohio Assembly Columbus Ohio apr efforts to resolve Senate and House differences Over a Board of regents Bill collapsed today. Rep. Harry jump. R Huron. House majority whip and member of the committee said a new conference committee probably would be named soon. Quot to h e expectation is that Reg e n t s Bill will be passed in this session Quot jump told newsmen. Sen. Oliver Ocasek i a Summit another committee member blamed the impasse on the insistence of sen. Ross Pepple r Allen to be a member on the nine member regents Board. Pepple is chairman of the Senate education committee the Board Muld have Supervia Sion of higher education in the state. As passed by the House feb 27, the Bill made no provision for legislative members on the Board. The measure passed the Senate april 9. Changes called for membership of the Senate and House education com in i 11 e e chairmen on the Board. The bin went to a conference committee of three representatives and three senators april 18 Hole in the Rock Utah apr a a truck carrying 46 per sons through this historic desert area overturned monday nine boy scouts two of their leaders and a woman newspaper reporter were killed. The list of hospitalized reached 15, with at least two critical As details of the tragedy slowly came from the scene of the Accident in the Remote desert area Between Escalant and Hole a the Rock on the Colorado River. The group was from the Ogden Salt Lake City Provo area about 200 Miles North. Most were boy scouts but Floyd Loveridge chief . Friend leads in poll for Peru Post Lima Peru apr Peru speared beaded today for a return to civilian Rule As Fernando Belaunde Terry a .-trained Archt Lect built up a decisive Lead in unofficial presidential e Lee ton returns. The ruling military Junta which annulled last years election on fraud charges remained silent on sunday s balloting which was marred by vol ing irregularities. But they worked to the disadvantage of the military s chief opponents the members of Victor Raul Baya de la Torre s american popular revolutionary movement apr with the support of both roman catholics and Peru a Small outlawed communist party Belaunde held about 40 per cent of the vote he was Well ahead of the one j third plus one of the total votes i required for election. Despite his unsolicited communist support Belaunde is considered a staunch Friend of tie United states. Baya de la Torre was running second. The military stepped in tart year Arad voided the election when it appeared he would win. He led an ant military revolt in the 1930s. Executive of the scouts in Provo said the trip was under the auspices of the South Cottonwood stake of the Church of Jesus Christ of latter Day saints in the Provo arca. The adventurous expedition was led by a group of teachers and College professors who had led Many trips into Utah a red desert areas. One of the dead was h. Darrell Taylor. 45. A professor of languages at Brigham Young University in Provo and scout Leader another of the leaders. Merlin j. Shaw 51. Of Provo an assistant professor at Brigham Young and father of six. Was killed. Monday was his 26th wedding anniversary. Dorothy Hansen. 24. A vacation ing reporter for Sab Lake City a desert news was along for the ride and planned to write a feature article. Utah Highway patrolman Burt Giles said the truck was grinding up a Steep Grade on a dirt Road that had been battered by the fierce desert winds and Flash floods when the engine failed. The brakes would t hold and j the 2-ton cattle truck plummet ski backwards Down the incline. It finally hurtled off the Edge of Road into a deeply Erodi a Gully and flipped Over trapping most of the passengers huddled in the Back and crushing some of them. Some were thrown Clear. Many of the injured were treated at the scene when Violice and doctors arrived from Panguitch which is about 80 Miles Northwest. Private cars carried the More seriously Hurt and dead to tile Panguitch Hospital. Tuscaloosa Ala. Apr gov. George c. Wallace Saki at mad afternoon today he was prepared to Quot surrender to the superiority of United states forces Arad allow the registration of two negro students into the University of Alabama. Earlier Waihee h id barred her verify doom Arad Lim mediately a Forward had seen president Kennedy order Alabama s National i guard removed from the gov erne c s Cedrola and into Federal Are vice. Kennedy directed Secretary of defense Robert s. Mcnamara to put in ate tic service Quot any or All of the units of the army Nat onal guard and of the air National guard of the state Quot for an indefinite period. The acted because he said his commands to gov. George c. Wallace against Quot in j lawful obstructions of just Joe Quot had j not been obeyed. Gov. Wallace barred the doors j of the University to the two Nej fro students but Federal senior ties took them to the dormitories j on the Campus. Wallace stood in the doorway of the registration Center but there was no physical confrontation involving the governor Arad the Stu Drafs. They vat in a car with windows rolled Down outside the building to hear Wallace read a proclamation barring them. Quot they will Register today they will go to school tomorrow a Nicholas Katzenbach Deputy . Attorney general told Wallace at the doorway. Shortly thereafter Edwin c. Guthman information chief for the Justice department told newsmen that the negro students. Miss Vivian Malone and James Hood would be registered this afternoon. Whether Federal troops might be on the scene could not be cilia Tely determined. Guthman said the registration would take place in Foster auditorium the building where Wallace had stood a few moments earlier. He said they would pais through the doorway where Wallace had stood. The Campus has More than 1,000 armed state forces sealing the entrances. However Wallace had said before the negroes arrived there would be no violence he made his gesture and it was a Ira j malic one Arad May now make no further efforts to Block the integration of the school. President Kennedy commanded j him to Quot cease and desist from any Quot illegal obstructions of the Quot cease Arad desist Quot order called to the prevention tit Quot conspiracies a Domestic violence Quot in the Alabama racial crisis. It commanded the governor and All others Quot engaged in or who May engage in unlawful obstruction of Justice assemblies rom , conspiracies or Domestic violence in that state to cease and desist there from Quot Wallace grimly Eaid Quot no comment Quot after the Kennedy proclamation w As read and counter cd with Quot i have a statement which i wish to read Quot he then read hits five Page statement. Wallace rebuffed a personal Appeal from president Kennedy who Wared the governor Quot i urgently ask you to consider the Conse continued on Page 2 ohioan held for slaying in Germany bad Kreuz Nach Germany apr the 18 year old son of a Newark Ohio sergeant major is being held by German authorities for travel lion in the strangulation of an army chaplains daughter. No charges have been filed against John Arthur Getreu. Son of sgt. Charles j. Getreu Newark. Army officials Sand the youth admitted being with the Girt shortly before her body was found behind an american youth club last saturday night. The girl was m Argaret l. Wil hams 16. Daughter of it. Col. Robert Williams of Clarksville term. Williams is chaplain far the . 8th infantry division. Miss Williams attended a dance at the club but failed to return Home. Her body was found on a baseball Diamond behind the club. Investigators said she had been sexually assaulted and strangled. German police told the army that Getreu during questioning by German and u. S. Officials admitted meeting miss win no on the Street shortly after she left the club and going for a walk. 5 store chiefs accused Moscow apr executives of Moscow a big gum department Stone have been arrested on charges of supplying Black Market operators greek chief raps visit to Britain Athens Greece apr Premier Coras Piantine Cara in nails has threatened to resign ii Kong Paul and Queen Frederika done to cancel their state visit to Britain starting july 9. Government sources said today. Tile Queen is reported insisting on the trip although she was har passed in London apr 20 by pickets demanding the release of i Coo greek pre owners taken during t�?T-2 communist War of 194�?T, 49. Hie government Derries the con viols involved Are political prisoner amp Virginia cop cars Are hit by bullets Danville a. App bullets struck two pol to oar cruising the streets of this racially Trou bled City Early today As the state police were directed to make r hour to hour assessment of the Terne situation. None of the four patrolmen Riding in the two cars Wras injured in the shooting which came in the Wake of a demonstration by negroes. They said they came to Pray at City jail for those arrested earlier. Two persons were hospitalized after the encounter Between police and negroes forty five other were Given first Aid treatment rumours that there had been two death were discounted by police Ami Hospital authorities As just rumours. Cml rights action pushed Washington apr the Kennedy administration has pulled out All the stops in an Effort to translate the threat of racial disturbances into action by Congress on Civ j rights in Grid a to to. Atty. Gen Robert f. Kennedy in a series of conferences monday with semite Arad House members was reported to have described the country As being on the verge j of widespread disorders. While Kennedy got pledges of Strong Northern democratic backing he ran into resistance from Southern senators to has plea for action Toke Ock Down racial barriers in Public places and to give him authority to initiate civil rights suits. Kennedy was said to have told the senators Arad House members soberly that violence Arad disorder May assume National proportions unless swifter Progress is made toward integration. Reds free 92 hostages Ioannina Greece a ninety two greeks taken Ais to diag is by red guerillas in the 1947 a 49 greek civil War were returned to Greece Frow Alban monday. Columnist irks actress so she just slugs him i Igi Bywood apr Quot it was just the Straw that broke the Caon Elk so said actress Shirley Mac lame today in explanation Why she slugged movie Trade columnist Mike Connolly monday. Quot Mike has been printing untrue things about me for sex months Quot the actress said. A i we t Over to bus ote. It Thova. I had a t com in to d u ? tiling i Wath , but i resorted to the Only defense a woman has a i slugged him.�?�1 Disalle s Bill payment plan still pays off Columbus Ohio apr the juror which arose about fou years ago when then go Michael v. Disalle announce the state was cracking Down a payment of mental Hospital Patent Bills has All but died away and the Money continues to Corn in. Quot we get very few com placate a Fred Case director of auf com a ton for the department of meats Hygiene Arad correction Saki. Last year Ohio collected Abou $8.5 million for care of about 33 too patients in state Hospital the Cost to operate the 23 Bee throughout the state How Ever totalled $60,137,000, before 1962, families of Monte patients were filled a Flat pc capita average which Tost Yea was $4 91 a Day. However sane last year families Are billed by percentage of their income an based on the number of depend Erato. Case said Only about one tier of the families who have Patent in state hospitals Are current paying something for Upkeep Many however do Mot pay by cause they do not have suffice income. Others avoid the mantis Bills through various loopholes i the Law. Talks mum a appearing on a statewide television program in Montgomery gov. George Wallace Topi of Alabama appeals to alabamians to stay Home when two negroes attempt to enrol at the University of Alabama in Tus Cai Issa. In Tuscaloosa or. Frank a. Ere cow or wears a pained s it Ivy in a Rev ran a a s in i a Cut a i pc onal fee Quot rigs in the integration attempt. Ile said he would rasher not discuss his views at this time. Kentucky names itself Churchill s native state Louisville by apr somebody neglected to pick a native state for s i r Winston Churchill when he became americans first and Unity Hoft urary citizen last april. The oversight was corrected monday when toe British statesman was Coni in us inned a Kentucky colonel by gov. Bert Combs to make sure Churchill know wet his state prod cps he ado is a cd try a sped i five gallon b rare i of k Antu Clay Bow Bon. The commission arum the Keg will be presented to Churchill co july 4 a div. R

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