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in! it CRITICS MERELY JEALOUS? Vatican Doctor Target Of Attack Over Stories ROME (UPI)—The Rome Medical Assn. Saturday accused Prof. Riccardo Galeazzi-Lisi of unprofessional conduct in selling to newspapers and magazines untimate and detailed accounts of the last hours of Pope Pius XII. Galeazzi-Lisi was physician to the late Pope for more than a quarter of a century. He called the society's action a case of "professional he to mj h< hi is a jealousy." The association announced it ould hold an early meeting to ecide what formal action should taken. A spokesman said this ould range from censure to ex- ulsion from the medical society f the province of Rome. Christian Democratic Sen. Anelo Rafaele Jervolino asked the overnment to take action against Jaleazzi-Lisi under the 1929 Latran Pact with the Holy See pro- 'iding for punishment for insults against the Pope. There was no official Vatican comment but Vatican quarters said there was "virtually no other course" for the society to take Called News Conference Galeazzi-Lisi's journalistic ven tures were known to have shockec and dismayed many in the Vati can. They were not authorized by the Vatican. The Rome morning newspape; II Tempo and the weekly maga zine Oggi both appeared Saturday with copyright stories on the Pop< signed by the doctor. On Oct. 11, 48 hours before th Pope was buried in St. Peter' Basilica, Galeazzi-Lisi advised th Rome press corp he would hold news conference on Tuesday t explain the system he and colleague had used to embalm th late Pope's body. At the conference, held sliphtl less than 24 hours after the burial, the doctor passed around photographs—some in color — of the See DOCTOR on page 3. 11 Feared Dead f In Plane Crash 18 Saved From Frigid Atlantic ARGENTIA, Nfld. (UPI) — A U.S. Navy radar picket plane carrying fresh American person nel for duty in Newfoundlam crashed into Placentia Sound jus short of a runway Saturday whil ;rying to make an instrumen andi.ig with 29 persons aboard Eleven persons were believe killed, but only one body had been recovered from the frigid Atlantic waters. Eighteen persons were rescued during the first few hours after the crash. The Navy opened an investigation into the crash in the 50-degree Of Party DENVER Eisenhower o visit among nanner ceremony Democratic dismay to candidates. The soothe feelings later posed for candidates nnd conference Colorado What Stapleton President and was the set up a President Republican ticket. in said of- He enforcement develop told Hill with this merchants been Ferguson Teachers Going Fo Sfafe Parley Public schools in Miami and most other communities in Ottawa county will be closed next Thursday and Friday while teachers are attending the state convention of the Oklahoma Education Assn. in Oklahoma City. Charles C. Chesnut, president of the Miami Board of Education, said schools will close at the conclusion of classwork Wednesday and not reopen until the following Monday. SOONER LISTED WASHINGTON (UPI) — J. E. Strange of Fort Cobb, Okla., was listed by the Navy Saturday night among 11 persons dead or missing in the crash of a radar picket plane at Argentina, Newfoundland. y v "••!;• •• (T Tr water. Hope was all but abandoned for the missing 10 men. Heavy rain and winds hampered search and rescue crews. A Navy spokesman said 12 hours after the crash that "It will be rough going from now on." Personnel Transfer The four-engine Super Constellation was carrying personnel from the Patuxent, Mel., Naval Station to the U.S. base at Argentia for assignment on radar picket duty. It tried to make an instrument landing shortly after midnight, but for some unexplained reason came down short of the water-edge run- See CRASH on page 3. The picture Secretary engulfed into a to the mother, The not Richard the White shouting at get some this a It was pictures of many Chimney Installed At Sisfine Chape/ VATICAN CITY (UPI)—Vatican workmen at Sistine Chapel Saturday put on the special chimney which will carry the plumes of smoke announcing the results of balloting on the new pope. A new stove was installed inside the chapel Friday. It will be used to bum the ballots cast by the college of cardinals when it begins its conclave Oct. 25. If black smoke rises from the chimney after a vote, it means no pope has received the necessary' two-thirds majority plus one. When white smoke comes out it means' a new pope has been elected. Texan, State Youth Added To Road Toll United Press International A 19-year-old Clinton youth was killed Saturday when his automobile went out of control and hurtled 71 feet through the air before crashing. A farm tractor operator died of injuries suffered Oct. 5. Their deaths raised Oklahoma's traffic toll to 528, compared to 552 at this date last year. The dead: Rupert Wayne Twins, 19, Clinton Route 3. Claude Frederick Patterson, 43, Ft. Worth, Tex. The highway patrol said Twins was traveling at a high speed on U. S. 183, seven miles north of Clinton. His car went out of control as he came out of a curve and ran 307 feet down the left shoulder of the highway before VA The and staff hospital at next American enthusiastic donors. Fred the Saturday the 29y 2 1 o'clock "the hospital In dire coming 10 hopeful participation," He for the well as Persons asked (telephone (2-5528) L. Turner

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  1. Miami Daily News-Record,
  2. 19 Oct 1958, Sun,
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