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Circleville Herald (Newspaper) - September 30, 1963, Circleville, Ohio Cool mostly fair and Cool today to night and tomorrow ugh yesterday 73 Low 29. High today 63-65. 1 it of tonight 32 34. High Tomor Row 66 70. The Circleville Herald monday september 30, 1963 12 pages 7c Pur copy full service associated press leased wire for state National and world news. Central press picture service Lead eng columnists and Arlita Oil local a i coverage 80th year�?230 redefinition of Catholic role is sought ecumenical Council hers Pope Call for Reform in Church Vatican City apr a proposed redefinition of the roman Catholic Church won general endorsement today from the first prelates to speak at the second phase of the Vatican ecumenical Council. Two cardinals and six Bishops took the floor in St Peters Basil Ica As the 2,500 Council fathers r armed working sessions. Pope Paul i reopened the Council sunday after a nine month recess with a Strong Appeal for Church Reform. The Council press office summarizing today a three hour meet ing told newsmen the shema topic before the Assembly a de ecclesia a concerning the Church was accepted by speakers As a a Good foundation on which to it was revised during the recess and up 1 us Teddy will be revised further. It will he the main topic before the councils session ending dec. 4. The schema considered the Kev to All the councils work proposed a new Way for the roman Catholic Church to look at its Structure. It came of originally at the councils first session last year and was criticized by Many lathers As being too juridical and academic and not sufficiently paste a there was criticism tint the original draft would not help the cause of Christian Unity. During he recess a Council spokesman said today 372 proposed corrections and amendments. To the first half of the schema were mailed to the Vatican by prelates around the world. A feeling was evident among the Church fathers that the session would move with greater Speed and Etui Cliency than the first which ran from oct. 11 to dec. 8 last year. This session will continue unli1 dec. 4. A Young american Bishop summed up this spirit. �?�1 think ail the Bishops Are coming Back to this session with a lot More enthusiasm they know now what is intended and what it is they Are to veg to do a in opening the Council Pope Paul said its Aims were Raimi tion and Reform of the Catholic Church restoring Christian Unity and closer Contact with today a world. He called the episcopal Assembly a Council Quot of invitation of expectation of his Clear voice roiled through the hushed Basilica and out to a crowd of 50,000 persons in St. Peter s Square As he delivered the 10.000-word address in latin. Like Pope John Pope Paul held the door open for a reuniting of christians. To the protes Tant. Anglican and orthodox observers seated near him he said a a we Lay no do not wish to make of our Faith an occasion for 10 terrorists held in Venezuela raid Caracas Venezuela apr authorities sunday arrested five men and five women several hours after a band of pro communist terrorists posing As tourists fought a gun Battle with National guardsmen aboard an excursion train 20 Miles from Caracas. Five guardsmen were killed and six passengers including several children wounded. Those arrested were believed to be members of the pro communist armed forces of nation Al liberation fall which has been waging a continuous terrorism Campaign against the re Gime of president Romulo Betan court. Federal payroll drops Washington a a decline of 3.849 in civilians on the Federal government s payroll Dur Inga August compared with a month earlier was reported today by a congressional committee. The total was 2,515,008 at the end of the month. Keeping score on the rainfall rainfall for �8 hour period ending at 8 a. In. .00 actual for sep Tombesi to Date 1.37 Normal for september to Dan. 2.64 behind i.9< inches actual Januar it 1 30.69 Normal since january 131.83 River feet. 1-44 Sunrise. 6 27 Sunset. 4 17 segregationists held for Alabama bombings 12th traffic death a Pickaway county a traffic death toll mounted yesterday when Henry Albert Meadows 19. It. Sterling died of injuries sustained in an Accident near Atlanta. Pictured Here is the car owned by Orville Meadows brother of the dead Man in which be was a passenger. The Accident is under investigation by the Pickaway county sheriffs department. It. Sterling Man is killed in crash South of Atlanta round town once around one person was killed and four injured in a two car collision 5 50 p. M. Yesterday three Miles South of Atlanta dead on arrival at Berger Hospital was Henry Albert Meadows 19, of route 2, it. Sterl j read in 1963 ing. Pickaway county Coroner or. Ray Carroll listed the cause of death As massive head and neck injuries. Treated and released at Berger Hospital for injuries were Orville Gene Meadows 25. Brother of the decision near on Grain Sale to russians Washington apr the big question of whether to permit the Sale of wheat to the soviet Union lies in the decision Basket for president Kennedy returning to his White House desk today. Some High officials expect him to say yes. The russians have made no formal request to this country. But soviet negotiators have been talking in Ottawa of deals for american Grain. One report mentioned three million tons at $250 million. Administration officials sounded out Congress last week on feelings about a Grain Deal with the soviets. It is understood that there was some outspoken opposition however it is reported that the officials considered the Burden of congressional sentiment to be in favor of it. The government departments involved Are expected to recommend a policy change to permit the Grain Sale when they meet with the president probably tuesday. Secretary of state Dean Rusk told newsmen in Cleveland Ohio sunday night that the question would be resolved in a few Days he said any proposal to sell wheat to the soviet Union will include a provision forbidding its resale to Cuba. Canada recently sold some $500 million Worth of wheat to the soviet Union. Dead Man or. And mrs. Robert Arnold James and their infant son Rickey. James was travelling North on route 207. The other car. Contain i ing the victim his brother and Clyde sheets was travelling West on the Judas Road. A the Meadows car passed a Stop sign driving directly into the path of the James car according to the Pickaway county sheriff s department. The Accident is still under investigation by the sheriffs department pending determination of the Driver of the death car. Conflicting stories have been Given to the authorities by sheets currently incarcerated in the county jail and Orville Meadows. The fatality Marks the 12th traffic death in Pickaway county in 1963. Both cars were demolished. Meadows was born july 3, 1944. He is the son of or. And mrs. Ernie Meadows it. Sterling who survive. Other survivors include four Brothers Glenn Orville George Billy two Sisters Susie Meadows and mrs. Betty Smith. A a a funeral services will be 10 . Wednesday in the Snyder funeral Home it. Sterling. Burial will be in pleasant cemetery. Friends May Call at the funeral Home beginning 7 p. M. Today. Investigating the Accident were sheriff Walton w. Spangler and deputies William Pontious and Warren Straley. a heavy Frost covered most of the Pickaway Courty area Early today As the Mercury dropped to a seasons Low of 29 degrees. The temperature began dropping Eaty yesterday afternoon and by Nightfall Many Art a residents turned their furnaces on for the first time this season. Yesterdays Chilly weather prompted a Knollwood Village family to initiate the living room fireplace this Yeai. However after several log were Well ignited a Down draft caused by the wind filled the House with smoke this in turn a necessitated the opening of doors again dropping the room temperature to an uncomfortable degree Bosch sails into exile Santo Domingo dominican Republic apr sex president Juan Bosch sailed into exile aboard a dominican Navy frigate today after charging the military coup that overthrew him was organized before his inauguration last february. A High official source said Bosch would be landed on the French Island of Guadeloupe probably Early today. With Bosch aboard the frigate Mella were his wife and Gen. Antonio Imbert Barrera a Leader of the military Junta which removed the president from office wednesday on charges he was soft on communism and his administration was chaotic. Bosch was elected president by an overwhelming vote in the dominican republics first free elections since dictator Rafael l. Trujillo took Power More than 30 years ago. Innocent pleas filed in air Force Case Dayton. Ohio apr four men involved in cases of alleged embezzlement and bribery at Wright Patterson air Force base near Here pleaded innocent today in u. S. District court. Emanuel Siegel 57 year old vice president of Loral electronics co of new York City was indicted on two counts of bribing a fed eral employee to influence a Deci Sion on a government contract. Also indicted in the Case on charges of aiding and abetting was Stanley Tarnoff of Dayton a local agent for Loral. Maximum sentence on each count is a $20,-000 Fine or 15 years in prison or both. In the second Case William s. Clark 51, former vice president of the Clark Cable co. Of Cleveland. Was indicted on charges if receiving embezzled government property unclassified engineering drawings on Micro cards. James Redd 43, of nearby Fairborn is accused of embezzling the cards. Redd formerly was end played in a division of the air Force logistics command at the base. If convicted Clark and Redd face maximum sentences of $10,000 or 10 years or both. Trial dates have not been set in any of the cases. Viet Nam data being readied Mcnamara is at work on report Tor Juk Saigon. South Viet Nam apr Secretary of defense Robert s. Mcnamara today postponed his departure for Washington for 24 hours. Mcnamara had planned to leave Saigon later today after a one week inspection tour of South Viet Nam for president Kennedy. A spokesman said the Secretary was delaying his departure until tuesday to give himself More time to work Here on his top secret report for the White House Mcnamara also passed up the last Battle area Field trip arranged for him. A 3vi-hour visit today to the communist infested 3rd corps area of Central Viet Nam. Gen Maxwell d. Taylor chairman of the . Joint chiefs of staff made the trip. The american visitors last week spent three Days in arduous inspections of the three other corps areas. The Secretary will report to Kennedy on the Progress of the War against Viet Cong guerrillas and the effect if any on the War of the bitter controversy Between the buddhists and president Ngo Sinh diem a regime. Mcnamara had his first meet ing with president diem sunday a three hour conference. There was no indication of what was said but presumably the Buddhist controversy was a major item of discussion. The presidents controversial brother and chief adviser. Ngo Dinh Nhu was not present at the meeting. The anti Buddhist Campaign is generally attributed to him and the United states has been putting pressure on diem to remove him from his extremely influential spot. Diem in an interview published sunday in the Manila sunday times warned that if All Ai i Crinan Aid to Viet Nam was stopped a the whole world including Amer Ica would suffer the Conse a but Don t get alarmed a he added a i done to think things will turn out to be As had As belated report highly critical of county officials an audit of Pickaway county Public offices and agencies was released yesterday a nearly 10 months after it was completed by George e Collet a state examiner. The belated 140-Page report highly critical of county government operations Here was made available for release Only yesterday. This release Date served As a definite advantage for newspapers publishing on sunday. Information comments and suggestions included in collets audit cover a period of feb. 1, 1959 through May 31, 1961. Delay in releasing the report. According to spokesmen Here today probably was due to the change in administration of state j offices. James a. Rhodes was j state auditor at the time collets findings were submitted for re View. Rhodes moved into the governor s office in january of 1963. A a a several unsuccessful attempts were made Here earlier in the year to obtain results of t h e examiner s report following its completion last november. State office spokesmen indicated notification would be made prior to release of the report. However the office failed to give Advance notice of the release Date. Several county offices today con tested Many of the examiners findings. Others noted that deficiencies. As listed by Collet have been corrected or attempts have been made to do so since the Long period when the audit was completed. Failure to keep proper records and numerous irregularities were cited throughout the comprehensive audit by Collet. The lengthy compilation of the examiner s findings covers 33 county offices and agencies. All official business conducted by each official was subject to t h e state audit. According to records the last comprehensive audit was made during Verna of harass tenure As Pickaway county auditor prior to 1958. In March the examination of the auditors records was completed when miss of Hara left office. The examiner at that time was Thomas a. Dittoe. Many phases of Pickaway county s government operations were heavily criticized in the state examiner a report based on the a Bare figures a in Collet s summary of findings. In an Effort to give a More com plete picture of the audit a series of articles beginning tomorrow will state the examiner s findings along with comments when available by the various county employs and officials concerned. Art director Dies at 41 new York apr Bruce bar ton jr., 41, Art editor of time Magazine died saturday. He was the son of Bruce Barton former Republican representative in Congress from Manhattan. Ohioan sees civil rights Bill trimmed Washington apr rep. Wil Liam m. Mcculloch. A Ohio believes the House judiciary committee will tone Down the sweeping civil rights Bill approved by one of its subcommittees. The Ohio congressman said he exit sets the key Public accommodations Section will be a materially modified a and some of the Powers Given to the attorney general will be eliminated. Mcculloch the ranking Republican on the committee made his prediction on a television program sunday with rep. Harold c. Ostertag r n y. Integration Leader chides . Clergymen Cleveland a the Rev Martin Luther King says that in his opinion the Church too often has been the instead of the headlights in the civil rights struggle. The negro integration Leader criticized clergymen who avoided the question and hid behind the a Security of stained Glass win Dows. Behind pious Irreg fancies and sanctimonious Ben Bella troops seeking to quell algerian berbers till ouzo Algeria apr j troops Loyal to president Ahmed Ben Bella entered the Kabyle Mountain town of tizi ouzo today to Stem a revolt of berber units. Col. Mohand Ouel Hadj. Re moved by Ben Bella from com Mand of the 7th military Region j left tizi ouzo with his staff and some troops. Algerian army officers said the dissident units set up roadblocks East and South of tizi ouzo but did not interfere seriously with j the movement of government convoys. Government troops closed All exits from tizi ouzo. 70 Miles East of Algiers and searched All cars and motorists leaving the area. Armoured troop carriers mounting machine guns were parked in the City. The troop commander who declined to give his name told newsmen a for the time being everything is Calm. We receive orders directly from Ouel Hadj commanded some 8,000 to 10,000 men. Most of whom served under his orders during the War for Independence. Government officers said a part of pms Force is forming guerrilla units in the Steep Kabyle ranges government officers described the movement As a Putsch and said the situation was serious. Unconfirmed reports said defense minister col. Houari Bou me Dienne was cancelling his de parture for Moscow scheduled for tonight. Ben Bella took personal command of the defense ministry with the departure for Moscow of Fri gets Browder evaluation of red conflict Yonkers by a two Fri agents called on a Gray haired Grandrath Coly Man recently a trim Little Man few persons would notice in casual passing for two hours Mien explored his opinions on the background and importance of thu red chinese soviet conflict. They took with them his written analysis of the ideological Between red China and the soviet Union. Quot it was the first Friendly con tact 1 Ever had with the Fri a said Earl brow Dei. 72, whose contacts with die Fri have been Many. To millions of americans brow Der a name is synonymous with the u. S. Communist party. He joined the party shortly after its formation and guided it for 15 years through the Peak of its popularity m this country the 1930 s the late Sovie Premier Josef Stalin ordered Browders ouster As general Secretary the position of Power in 1945 for expulsion from the party followed revisionism a or Quot Browder ism a As it came to be known internally a consisted of advocating coexistence. Browder argued that neither armed conflict nor cold War was inevitable. A rejected the Basic Dogma that communism must destroy capitalism before the world can know space and social Progress. Quot Khrushchev occupies today a position on the big issues in the world that 1 occupied in 1945,�?� Browder said m an interview Quot when the chinese accuse him of revisionism they Are merely echoing and elaborating the arguments used against me when i was thrown out or the movement Quot they did me a favor when they kicked me out. I have no hard feelings at All 1 deliberately provoked now a caustic critic of communism Browder characterized the party in the u. S. As a weak nuisance to America. Three times Browder went to jail twice for world War i draft charges and one for passport fraud a four year term which president Franklin d. Roosevelt commuted after 14 months in 1942. �?o1 have no regrets about my past a said Browder. A it is a waste of time to think about it in terms of a what �?o1 think 1 had a useful life and certainly a very interesting one it didst prevent my sons from finding their natural careers in science in american life although it did give them a lot of hurdles to get Over. Browders three sons All University mathematicians hording doctorates visit him regularly at the apartment he has occupied for 27 years in Yonkers a com nudity just Nona of Newyl Ork City. Browder contended that Al though he wholeheartedly Ern braced Dogma in the 1920s, he devoted his Energy to labor and social reforms. "1 think on the whole that the party under my use ship played a very constructive Browder said explaining that he never Felt subversive or disloyal. Defense minister col. Houari Boum Addienne considered a Strong Man in the government previous reports said boomed Dienne was cancelling the trip which was set up to work out de a ails of a 50 billion franc $100 million loan from the soviet Union. Berbers in the Kaylia area took to the streets sunday shouting a Down with Ben Bella a meanwhile an underground group calling itself the front of socialist forces offs proclaimed All out War on Ben Bella a one Man Rule the crisis erupted two weeks after Ben Bella a unopposed election As president and raised Seri Ous doubt that he would leave for new York next week As planned. He wants to Appeal personally to the United nations for a massive . Program to free Portugal s african colonies and South Africa from White domination. Ben Bella said in a radio broadcast the crisis resulted from a a subversive movement threatening the Security of the his first move was to remove greater Kabyle a a wartime hero col. Ouel Hadj As commander of the 7th military Region for statements approving the opposition. Officials mum on Church Case men previously tied to racial incidents Birmingham. Ala apr two White men were placed in City jail Early today for further investigation into the series of bombings that have rocked this racially troubled City for several years. Col. Ai Lingo head of the state Highway patrol said others picked up in the intensified investigation have been released. He declined to say How Many others had been questioned. Night Warden l a. Holcomb identified the two being held As r. E. Chambliss 59, and Charles Cagle 22, both of the Birmingham area. Chambliss was found innocent in 1949 on a charge of flogging while masked. He has been Active in anti integration efforts. Officers had to restrain Chambliss recently when he engaged in a near Brawl with a newsman at a segregation meeting. Cagle has been affiliated with anti integration activities mostly in the area South of Birmingham. Last summer he was arrested while going to a Kun flux klan rally in Tuscaloosa a Short time before the University of Alabama was desegregated. State Offiah identified him As a Klansman and said that he was carrying a weapon. Both men had been under surveillance by City county and fed eral agents. The local Law enforcement agencies said that the arrests by the state came As j Surprise. Lingo said that the state was conducting its investigation apart from any other police Agency. Lingo Wou d give no information on the men nor on results of the questioning. He also declined to definitely link them with the blast at the sixteenth Street Baptist Church sept. 15 in which four Young negro girls were killed. The two men arrived at the City jail the no one where some 2,400 negro demonstrators were continued on Page 2 private Public College costs eyed Rio Grande. Ohio apr the new president of Rio Grande College says educators and the Public have permitted rising costs to make education unavailable to Many talented Young eople. This was the Gist of the inaugural address sunday of or. Al plus r. Christensen after his investiture As the 12th president of the College. He said inadequate appropriations have pushed up the Cost to individual students at Public universities a and the Cost differential Between private and Public higher education is decreasing. Quot the total Cost at Many private colleges Mav be equal to. Or even less than Many publicly supported institutions a he said. Ike unclear on views held by Goldwater new York apr former president Dwight d Eisenhower says he is a a unclear about sen. Barry Goldwater a views. The Arizona senator replies that he can t understand it a in View of the wide publication my views have received a Goldwater s reply was carried in today a new y Ork Herald Tribune which sunday published the statement by Eisenhower the former president denied what he said Are reports that he is a this is simply not True a he said. But Eisenhower said in the copyright Herald Tribune Story under his byline a i am unclear on precisely what sen. Goldwater a present views Are and i think All republicans would want to learn More about How he a and each of the other possible presidential candidates would now approach the issues of 1964 Quot Only when these men Are on record with their Hurunt views will the party be in a position to make the most intelligent Ohio publisher Dies Bowling Green Ohio apr Claude m. Haswell. 62. Publisher of the daily Bowling Green senti nol Tribune died saturday of a heart attack. Fatality ends Logan s lengthy safety Mark Logan Ohio apr a Colum a woman has become this Southeast Ohio Community a first traffic fatality since 1956 the victim was mrs. Goldie 1,. Hudnell. 45. Who was Riding with her husband Clovis 48, and two children Frank. 6. And Johnny 8. Police said their car was involved in an intersection collision with one driven by Donald d. Hose 17, it. 3. Logan sunday. Police said the last traffic fatality in Logan was a pedestrian dec. 13, 1956 no fatalities involving Only vehicles could be recalled As far Back m uh8

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