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Circleville Herald (Newspaper) - November 21, 1960, Circleville, Ohio Circleville Herald mostly fair today tonight and tomorrow Little temperature change tuesday. Yesterday s High �?�56 Low 26. High today 17-59. Irn tonight 2830. High tomorrow 58 60, ear ago High 58 Low 26. Full service associated press leased wire for a Tate National and work news. Central press picture service Lead in columnists and artists full local Newt coverage. Monday november 21, 1960japanese parliament Kennedy studies process leftists gain for taking Over controls be 0v� Palm Brach Ria. Apr the big task of shifting government control from the Eisenhower administration to the new democratic regime gets president elect John f. Kennedy a personal attention today. Kennedy arranged to Confer most of the Day at his Atlantic Shore Home with Clark Clifford his chief Liaison Man with the outgoing republicans. Ii fore who served As special counsel to president Harry s. Truman was picked by Kennedy shortly after his nomination last july to make a study of the problems of transition from one administration to another. Cd Lifford had the study Well under Way when Kennedy won the nov. 8 election. Since then Clifford has conferred twice with president Eisenhower a chief aide Wilton b. Persons. These conferences and the Ken Nedy Clifford talks today will be climaxed soon by a meeting of the president elect and Eisenhower for a top level discussion of the change Over. Sitting in with Kennedy and Gifford for at least part of the talks will be prof. Richard Neu Stadt of Columbia University. Neustadt is a specialist on the problems of government transition. From his two advisers Kennedy will get a list of some 150 top positions for which he will be choosing appointees Between now and his inauguration Jan. 20, or of lesser jobs also must be filled. Over the weekend Kennedy divided his time Between recreation and conferences dealing with reorganization of the defense department and discussion of the tense situation in the Caribbean area. His House guests were two democratic senators Stuart Symington of Missouri and George so at hers of Florida. Immediately thereafter. Hundreds Symington Secretary of the air Force in the Truman administration is head of a Kennedy study committee on Pentagon reorganization. Mentioned frequently As a Kennedy Choice for Secretary of defense Symington said he had told the president elect he feels he can be of More help to the new administration by staying in the Senate. Castro s brother Speaks angrily but rattles no rockets Havana apis cuban armed forces minister Raul Castro says president Eisenhower a dispatch of . Warships to the Caribbean is criminal and a unmasks United states puppets in Central but the younger brother of prime minister Fidel Castro in an angry speech sunday refrained from rattling soviet rockets As a threat to the United states. The omission was in line with a trend noted recently in speeches by other top figures in the Castro regime. The softer tone Lent weight to speculation that Moscow had nudged Castro to take the soviet Union out of the cuban revolution a frontline to preserve other soviet Irons in latin America Premier Khrushchev himself said recently his rocket offer to defend Cuba was a symbolic Quot. The younger Castro told his audience of Petroleum workers that Eisenhower a order of last week made in response to requests by Guatemala and Nicaragua represented a a warning by Yankee imperialism to All the Peoples of latin America that it is not going to permit cuban style Castro said Cuba supports countries in revolt in i Atin America but he denied that Cuba had Given any direct military assistance to rebels in the recent uprisings in Guatemala and Nicaragua. A your Best help to them a he said a is to preserve the revolution Here which will be a great contribution to the final liberation of All our Brothers of latin Castro a speech came Only hours after the shooting of a Young . Embassy clerk by a cuban army Captain during a scuffle outside a Havana nightclub. Wayne Henderson 22, of Pasa-1 Dena calif., a communications clerk in the embassy was seriously wounded saturday night. Henderson a condition was de-1 scribed As satisfactory after a 2 a hour operation for the removal of the Bullet which entered his body near the hip. Cuban police said the shooting by capt. Jorge Robreno was accidental. They gave this account Henderson went nightclubbing with another american Marine Cpl. William e. Tompkins 20, of Warren Ohio. He presented a $5 american Bill to the Check but the cashier refused to accept it on the suspicion it might he counterfeit. Much counterfeit american Money has been circulating in this country. The cashier demanded pesos. Henderson refused calling pesos a communist the management summoned an off duty policeman who asked Henderson to go with him to the police station. Outside the night club the two americans began scuffling with the policeman. Robreno who had followed the Trio out Drew his .45 pistol in an at a tempt to halt the fight and it went 1 off accidentally. Although the cuban police version attached no blame to Robreno he is being held in la Cabana military prison. A . Emberry spokesman said Henderson had resorted to violence Only after being pushed by the cuban policeman and then was shot by another cuban who walked up with a drawn pistol. The spokesman said if there was any formal protest Over the Inci Dent it would have to come from Washington. Middle Road Appeal crushed As ballot goes to extremes Tokyo apr Japan s pro-. Ruling conservatives filled Back to control of parliament today but failed to get the All out backing they had asked of the nations voters. The conservatives claimed their Victory was a Broad endorsement of the .-Japan Security pact and other close ties with the West. Their leftist opponents claimed leftist gains proved just the opposite. The nationwide sunday balloting that returned prime minister Hayato Ikeda s Liberal democrats conservatives to Pawer followed the same general pattern of elections in Japan since world War in it showed a conservative majority battling a slowly but steadily increasing leftist minority. A Middle Road Appeal made by the democratic socialist party was crushed As japanese voters repeated their Sharp swing to the right and left. The communists made their i Best showing in to years in creasing their vote from 2.6 to 2.9 per cent and winning three seats. The vote came against a background of mob scenes in parliament. Violent demonstrations against the .-Japan Security pact and president Eisenhower a cancelled visit to Japan. While party leaders played on foreign policy themes during the Campaign. Regional and Domestic issues and personalities were As always important. With Alt hut one of 467 parliamentary seats decided the unofficial count gave this breakdown Liberal democrats 296. Socialists 145, democratic socialists 16, communists 3. Agrarian i independents 5. Tile five independents elected Are considered in the conservative Camp. With 96 per cent of the popular vote tabulated the Liberal democrats had 22,106.738 or 57.8 per cent the socialists 10,468.245 for 27,4 per cent democratic socialists 3,319,026 or 8.7 per cent communists 1,098.687 for 2.9 per cent minor parties 134,311 for 0.3 per cent and the independents 1,096,-994 for 2.9 per cent. While the outcome gave Ikeda and his Liberal democrats a solid Victory they failed in their announced aim of boosting their House strength to 312. That would have Given them the two thirds majority needed in the 467-member House to carry out Long Range plans for amending the Constitution to strengthen the status of the army and the emperor. Last month Ikeda dissolved the old parliament in which his party held 283 seats and asked the voters to return More than 30o Liberal democrats to the ruling lower House. Johnson tells West allies isolation voice stilled in More state government information asked in St Paris apr vice president elect Lyndon b Johnson today told americans Western allies the United states election in no sense j was a a repudiation of president i Eisenhower a support for the in St Ruments of Mutual strength in Western speaking at the opening of t h e annual parliamentarians Conler ence of the North Atlantic treat 1 organization nato Johnson made a vigorous bipartisan Appeal for a a new Long step toward a Richer meaning for the Texas senator told 200 assembled legislators from natos 15 countries a tile voice of isolation is stilled in a a new generation of americans a who came to e a r i y maturity fighting for Freedom on the Fields i of Europe and the islands of the Pacific is coming to Power in the leadership of our Johnson said. Johnson stressed that he was speaking As a senator and not specifically outlining policies of the administration of president elect John f. Kennedy. However Kennedy read the speech when he and Johnson met last week in Texas. While Johnson a appearance Here had Long been planned he was aware that the . Election hand elevated its importance and that the speech would be watched especially by europeans As the first indication of the new Adin Nistra Tion s foreign policy. The speech indicated the Kennedy Johnson administration would be More receptive toward moves to expand natos influence beyond the military Field. He warned that the . Election a was not a Call to an easier life. It was a Call to a More re j Spon sible however he said a you Here know Well the magnitude of president Eisenhower s service to nato and to the strength of Vest Ern Europe. I want you to understand that president Eisenhower will leave Public office with the continuing respect Trust and esteem of All his countrymen without regard to Domestic Columbus Ohio apr gov. Michael v Disalle has received several recommendations for administrative and legislative actions a to insure a Fuller dissemination of information on the state government. The recommendations were made by a 24-member committee on Public information comprised of state legislators. Cabinet officers and news Media representatives. The committee said its study a clearly shows that generally the Law the regulations and practices of state governmental agencies with respect to Freedom of Public information Are the committees recommendations included those calling for legislation in next years general Assembly to Amend state Laws to require the state liquor director to compile As he does now on his own a quarterly list of liquor permit applications showing application Date and priority of consideration. And to require publication of such a list in a newspaper of general circulation in the county where the applicant resides. Allow radio and television representatives in proportionate numbers to attend executions at Ohio Penitentiary. Require the Highway director to give the governor confidential in j f o a Hon which the director receives in qualifying a bidder on Highway jobs. Require the managing officer of each state mental or correctional institution to Call upon the Coroner to determine the cause of every death in the institution. Make a designated administrative official responsible for re-1 viewing advising and assisting administrative agencies. Such help would include things pertaining to preparing and publishing annual reports revising and drafting rules and regulations and publishing continually revised Agency information deemed vital to the Public. The committee recommend administrative changes to require the department of highways to submit to the governor current lists of All engineering firms hired by the department and for the governor to make such lists available to interested persons. Require the department of mental Hygiene and correction to comply with state Laws providing for the listing in its annual report the names of officers and agents employed by the department. Require the state purchasing agent to publish a list of All bids and to summarize on what basis the contract awards were made. By the associated press Ohio recorded at least 18 traffic deaths this weekend and almost 20 per cent of them happened in one county a i Turnbull. Tin four Trumbull county fat ales occurred in separate accidents. It was the worst toll of any county in the state. Only one multiple fatality traffic Accident was reported in t e associated press Survey period from 6 pm. Friday through Midnight sunday. It killed a Scioto county physician and his wife. They were involved in a two car collision at Waverly. Three members of the University of Dayton debate team were injured two critically and their coach was killed when their car and another collided head on near Zanesville they were returning from a debate meet at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh. Other Dayton team members were returning in another car. In addition to the traffic fatalities the state registered three accidental shooting deaths a fire death and the strangling of a tot when her toy Box lid fell on her neck. The fatalities Friday night Clarence Smith 48, Bridgeport struck by a car on . 40 in that Belmont county town As he walked from Between two parked autos. Saturday James Edmonds 31. Warren when his car crashed into two Utility poles near there. Tom Remley 15, Norwood shot in the Chest when both hammers of his double barrelled Shotgun caught on a wire and triggered the weapon As he pulled it through a Fence while Hunting on a farm near Mason in Warren county. William j. Phelps 21, Germantown when his car crashed into a building and then a Utility pole along Ohio 747 at port Union in Butler county. Cynthia Hill 15 months. Avon continued on rage 2 Kas Mvubu is expected to win Over Lumumba United nations n. Y. Apr foes of congolese president Job Seph Kas Mvubu mounted a last ditch Effort today to keep the u. N. General Assembly from i seating him and his delegation. But the Prospect was that the Assembly would vote to seat him anyway late today or some time tuesday. That would give the United states a Victory Over an asian african communist faction favouring Kasai ubut a bitter rival deposed Premier Patrice Lumumba. One experienced Diplomat said the vote to seat Kas Mvubu might be As much As 60 20 with 18 abstaining. A Day Long debate is expected and a special night session \ May be held. The first four countries on the speakers list a Yugoslavia Guinea Mali and Ceylon a have come out against Kas Mvubu. Kas Mvubu. Who came to new York two weeks ago to press his Case has said that until he is seated he will not state his attitude toward the u. N. Conciliation commission for the Congo. Some diplomats say Kas Mvubu has intimated that once he gets the seat he will Welcome the 15-nation asian african commission to carry out its assignment of seeking peace among rival politicians. Others doubt that he will do so. Guinea and Mali have said privately that if Kas Mvubu is seated they will quit the commission. Some on the commission say that if some of its members drop out none should go to the Congo. But Jaja Wachuku of Nigeria commission chairman told a reporter sunday nothing would keep it from making the trip. He said talk of a Boycott was a Shadow Wachuku dismissed the threat of Jose Nussbaumer congolese commissioner for the Interior that 5,000 soldiers would proven the commission from Landing St Leopold Ville Airport. Minor hurts suffered in crashes Here new Orleans awaits ruling from tribunal Only minor injuries were suffered in several accidents investigated in this area yesterday by state Highway patrol Post 65, Floyd Nutter route 3, Waverly suffered lacerations and contusions in a car a truck collision at 10 25 a. M. Yesterday on routes 56 and 159. He was taken to Berger Hospital. The truck was operated by Jesse Vorhees route i Rockbridge. He escaped injury. Patrolman w. D. Benson said the car was headed North on route 159 and the truck West on route 56. He said they collided in the intersection. New Orleans apr an Uncertain quiet prevailed in this troubled deep South City today As it waited for a three judge Federal court to Rule on school integration. The three Southern judges considered these paths of action 1. A school Board request to suspend integration until Federal state differences Are settled. 2. A Federal move to enjoin state officials and prevent their interference with school integration. A temporary restraining order now effective expires when the court rules. 3. A state motion calling for dismissal of action against Louisiana officials and the return of schools to their traditionally segregated basis. The motion stems from a rarely used interposition act which advocates say gives the state Power to use its sovereignty As a shield to Block the Federal integration order. Judge Richard t. Rives of Montgomery ala., chief judge of the 5th . Circuit court of appeals declined to say when the ruling would be handed Down. While City and state officials awaited a court decision new Orleans Public schools closed for a week s Holiday. Police reported a Calm weekend in Sharp contrast to five Stormy Days that followed the admission of four negro first graders to two White schools last monday. Officers said both vehicles suffered extensive damage. Victory Beeckler route i Stoutsville fortunately escaped injuries when the vehicle he was driving turned Over on the Bell station Road North of Here and crashed into a Creek. Corporal Taylor of Post 65 Here today advised All Drivers to be cautious when crossing Bridges during Early morning hours. He said Bridges and overhead passing have been icy the last several mornings. 2 americans wounded in Congo hassle Leopold Ville the Congo apr a crowd of knife wielding congolese sunday fell upon Throe american men and a woman whose car accidentally killed a negro cyclist. Two of the americans were wounded. Chief warrant officer Clyde St. Lawrence of new Bedford mass. A member of the military attaches staff at the . Embassy was stabbed three times As he ran from the car he had been driving. Frank Carlucci of Wilkes Barre pa., political officer at the embassy stayed at the scene so the others could get away. He was stabbed in the Back and beaten before he jumped aboard a passing bus. . Military attache it. Col. Edward Dannemiller and his wife pushed through the crowd unhurt while it went after St. Lawrence. The latter was picked up by a . Vice Consul Alison Palmer of Amityville Long Island n. Who happened to be passing in her car. St. Lawrence was taken to to valium Hospital and Given a blood transfusion. His condition was described As not serious. Car Lucein a wound required three stitches. Carlucci said the cyclist crossed the Road in front of them then turned Back As they swerved to miss him putting himself directly i la the path of the car. Fowl trick played in laundromat i Roy Ohio apr a burglar was shot and killed sunday by the police chief of nearby Covington sheriff deputies report. The Miami county coroners office ruled the death of Ralph r. Reuber 31, of Dayton justifiable homicide. Police chief Norman Miller shot Reuber in the Eye As the latter was in the process of burglar izing Benner s supermarket on the outskirts of Covington deputies said investigators said the police chief fired after Reuber tried to shoot him with a gun that turned out to be empty. Reuber found the gun in the store office. Space capsule launch fails Russia ousts . Attache mount Vernon Ohio apr or. And mrs. Duane Lambillotte weren to exactly tickled by Al tue feathers in their laundromat Here. And after taking one of his washers apart for cleaning and disinfecting Lambillotte is wondering if he ought to put up a sign a the Only Chicks allowed in Here Are seems he found his laundromat room smeared with blood and littered with feathers the other night. Some uncouth soul had used one of the Large washers to scald a chickens which was then plucked on the spot. Cape canaveral Fla. Apr an attempt to launch a Man a space capsule on a crucial test failed today. The Redstone Booster ignited and Cut off and then a rocket escape Tower broke Loose and shot several thousand feet into the air. The Redstone and the one ton unmanned capsule were left on the . The 15l2-foot tall Tower resembling a miniature Oil Derrick and powered by three Small solid fuel rockets pulled free from the Cap Side and Rose through a Low Ham ing Cloud Bank. About 40 seconds later it fell Back onto the Cape about 2,000 feet from die launching the Redstone was to boost the Bell shaped capsule 130 Miles into space and drop it in the Atlantic 220 Miles downrange. Macmillan visit Italy Rome apr prime minister Harold Macmillan of Britain arrived Here today to review political and economic problems with italian leaders. It is the first formal visit by a British prime minister Here since 193. Moscow apr maj. Irving t. Mcdonald assistant . Air attache was ordered today to leave the soviet Union on the charge of conduct unbecoming a military attache. The russians accused Mcdonald of engaging in activities considered Here As espionage. He is the second . Air attache expelled from the soviet Union in recent months. Minister counsellor Edward i. Freer was called to the foreign office this afternoon and told that Mcdonald must leave As soon As possible. Hero it was supposed that the expulsion order was in retaliation for the arrest of Igor y. Melenk chief of the russian translation Section of the United nations in new York aug. 27. Melenk is accused of espionage. Bus Driver lost in Dayton area Dayton Ohio a _ a big greyhound bus was cruising in the Riverdale Section of Dayton saturday a Good two Miles off its route and its Driver admittedly lost. The sheepish Driver on the Detroit Cincinnati run flagged Down a policeman and explained he was supposed to be at the downtown bus terminal but find it. The obliging policeman blocked off North main Street traffic so the big double Decker could turn around and head South on main. The officer also called ahead to another police Cruiser to a pick up Quot the bus at the main Street Bridge and guide the Driver to the bus station. The Driver Wasny to sure but said he thought he had taken a wrong turn off interstate 75. 1 one injured in collision a passenger was injured in a car truck crash at 2 55 . Yesterday at Lancaster Pike and Nicholas drive. Injured was Dora Burris 17, a passenger in a truck driven by mar e Smith 22, route 2, Kingston. She was taken to Berger Hospital for head and neck injuries. The Driver was not Hurt the Auto is driven by William c. Lyle 26, of 458 e. Main St. Ile was not injured. Patrolmen Garold Goldsberry and Dixie Watters said both vehicles were headed East on Lancaster Pike. They said the car struck the Roar of the truck which was attempting to make a left turn. Officers said both vehicles were extensively damaged. Fire destroys barn at Orient keeping score on the rainfall a barn at the Orient state Hospital was destroyed by fire yesterday after noon state Highway patrol Post 65 reported today. Patrolmen said the loss was estimated at several thousand dollars. The building contained Hay and Straw. The cause was not immediately determined. Fire units from Harrisburg and Jackson to he. Of Franklin county answered the Call. Rainfall Fok is hol k period ending a1 8 a. In. Of Normal for november to Date 1.67 actual for november to Date i 47 behind .42 Inch Normal since january i 36.22 actual since january i 27.74 Normal year 3s.86 actual last year. 37.41 River feet. 1.83 Sunrise. 7 24 Sunset. 5 12 tidal wave hit Peru Lima Peru apr a tidal wave struck the westernmost part of South America today and left two dead and nine missing in a province of Northern Peru

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