The Fresno Bee The Republican CA 1963 Oct 6

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The Fresno Bee The Republican CA 1963 Oct 6 - 4-A Sunday, October 6. 1963 THE FRESNO BEE US...
4-A Sunday, October 6. 1963 THE FRESNO BEE US Demands Explanation Saigon Of Newsmen Beating WASHINGTON -- UPI -- jHalberstam of the New York Secretary of State Dean Rusk Times and two N a t i o n a said the United States will | Broadcasting Company repre- press the South Viet Nam government for an explanation of Ihe beating of three American newsmen by secret police in Saigon. the In addition, Senate Demo- sentatives, Don Sharkey and Grant Wolfkill. "The treatment of news correspondents," Rusk said "is a matter the United States has pressed with the authori- cratic Leader Mike Mansfield! ties of Viet Nam for many of Montana, denounced mis-1 months. Unfortunately, re- treatment of the three and|peated assurances given to said the South Viet Namese American officials by those authorities have not prevent ed this recent incident. The matter is being pressed fur- The s t a t e m e n t , issued through a department spokesman, does not say how it will be pressed. Officials said that Pham Dang Lam, secretary general of the Viet Namese foreign office in Saigon, told Lodge government should both apologize and pay damages. Rusk reported that US Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge has protested the incident to the Viet Namese government "in the most serious terms." The newsmen were beaten yesterday by the secret police of President Ngo Dinh Diem while covering the latest human torch suicide of a Bud-i _ . dhist monk. They are David he will look into the incident. Mansfield declared in an interview that " e v e n more shocking is the fact that they were refused any assistance after this deplorable incident." Ke said the US Government should view the matter "with gravest concern." Mansfield applauded the recall of John H. Richardson, head of the US Central Intelligence Agency mission in South Viet Nam, "for consultation" with officials here. "This is a good move and a better understanding of the situation out there may be forthcoming," he said. Mansfield, a member of the senate foreign relations com- nittee, said in a recent speech that Lodge must have "paramount authority" in South IDS Church Fills Two Top Offices SALT LAKE CITY -- UPI --The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints namec N. Eldon Tanner as seconc counselor to President David O. McKay and appointed Elder Thomas S. Monson to the Council of Twelve Apostles The appointments came at the church's 133rd semi annual general conference. Tanner 65 a member of the Council of Twelve Apostles since October 6, 1962, was named to succeed President Viet Nam. There have been persistent reports of differences among Lodge, Richardson's operatives and US military leaders. · Richardson's recall foilowed by only a few days an inspection visit to Viet Nam by Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara and General Maxwall D. Taylor, chairman of the joint chiefs of staff, who reported personally to the ^resident and his national security council. There are no ndications here that Richardson will return to Saigon. Pope Selects American For British Post V A T I C A N CITY--UPI-Pope Paul VI appointed American born Msgr. Igino Cardinale as apostolic delegate to Britain Msgr. Cardinale, a veteran official of the Vatican secretariat of state, succeeds the late Archbishop Gerald Patrick O'Hara, also an American. Archbishop 0'Har a died in London earlier this year. Simultaneously with the appointment, the pope named Msgr. Cardinale titular archbishop of Nepte. Titular bish- jprics or archbishoprics are ionorary titles conferred on papal diplomats and o t h ranking churchmen. Vatican sources said Pope 3 aul will personally consecrate US Fresno the can runners

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  2. 06 Oct 1963, Sun,
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