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Courier-Post from Camden, New Jersey · Page 15

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t "t 1 I f " f Sept. Term Jury Panel Sworn In A city jeweler was named fore man of the 23-member September term county grand jury sworn to day by Superior Court Judge Schalick. Named foreman was Herbert H Solomon of 1254 Kaighns ave Morris Albert, 426 Cherry Hill blvd., Cherry Hill, a certified public accountant, was seated as dep uty foreman. Other members of the panel are: Walter Clark Jr., 206 Dearborne ave., Blackwood, salesman; Nor man J. Matchett, 401 Haverford ave., Haddon Heights, engineer; Komuald Zelazowski, 379 6th st. Atco, inspector; Waylan A. Hahn 106 Ridgewood ave., Berlin, supervisor; Gennaro C. Leone, 6017 H o 1 1 i n s h e d ave., Pennsauken claimsman. Robert R. Pritchett, 249 W. Summit ave., Haddonfield, real tor; William C. Ratajski, 101 E ct., Blackwood, superintendent Archie F. Tannock, 701 3rd ave., Runnemede, X-ray service; Ray mond L. Zievis, 708 Park ave., Laurel Springs, engraver. Mrs. Florence B. Laythrop, 853 Grove st., Haddonfield, housewife; Frank W. Worthing, 571 Tarring- ton rd., Uierry Hill, manager; Martin I. Reber, 50 Birchall dr. Haddonfield, CPA; Richard F. Sheaffer, 19 Central ave., Audubon, mechanical designer; Paul S. Aldey Jr., 5759 Rogers ave., Pennsauken, mechanical engineer; Rev. William Morrow, 2220 Wood- lynne ave., Woodlynne, minister. Stephen J. Wantuck, 178 Pearl-croft rd., Cherry Hill, chemist; Harry A. Aspers, 701 Cold Spring ave., Oaklyn, insurance agent; Walter T. Bottjer, 26 N. 35th st., engineer; Wayne D. Mower Jr., 319 E. Atlantic ave., Haddon Heights, title insurance; Robert A. Atkinson, 7210 Irving ave., Pennsauken, foreman; George L, McLean, 519 King George rd., Cherry Hill, manager. Sally Howling To Hong Kong MANILA (UPI) - Mighty Ty phoon Sally brushed by the North ern Philippines today and howled across the South China Sea toward Hong Kong with more than 200-mile-per-hour winds. The typhoon skirted land areas in the Philippines, but its powerful winds caused heavy rains and gusty winds in the tobacco farm provinces north of Manila. There were no immediate reports reaching Manila on casualties or damage. But losses to crops and property were expected to be considerable. Khanh Names Self Viet Defense Chief SAIGON, Vietnam (UPI)-Pre mier Nguyen Khanh today accept ed the resignation of Defense Minister Tran Thiem Khiem and appointed himself to the post. Khiem remains a member of the provisional military trium virate with Khanh and Gen. Du Ong van Minh, chief of state. Khiem had tendered his resig nation Monday with other cabinet members. The three "Troika" generals gave a joint news conference to day. They outlined their plans for turning the government over to civilians within two months. They said Minh will appoint a committee of 15 to 20 persons before the end of September. This committee will draw up a provisional constitution and convene a provisional national assembly. The assembly in turn will draft a permanent constitution. At the moment South Vietnam has no constitution. , Five generals whom Khanh banished to a mountain resort in I January will be restored to the army and will be placed at the disposal of Khanh as defense minister. Riot Area Surety Pressed COURIER-POST, CamtUn, N. J., Widntiday, Stpttmb.r 1964 x 15 Reds Expel Frenchman As 4No Gentleman' MOSCOW (UPI) - "Monsiour Bertrand Prince is no gentleman," the newspaper Evening Moscow said yesterday in x-plaining why Prince, a French tourist, had been expelled from the Soviet Union. Prince stopped his car on a mountain and made his Russian guide, Emma Zolotova, get out and walk, it said. THAT SCENE was the culmination of days of trouble be tween Prince, who found a great deal of fault with what he saw in Russia, and Emma, who was staunch defender of Soviet society. He "was blind with hate for our system ... he blackened our country," the newspaper said. When Emma showed him a school he insisted it was a military school. When sh3 pointed out a fenced pasture he said it was a military airfield. EMMA "openly denounced him when he misbehaved and gave rebuffs to his malicious statements," Evening Moscow said. But this had no effect on Prince. Finally, on a lonely mountain road near Yalta, he warned Emma she had better sit in the back seat of their car because "when I sit next to a woman I cannot answer for my actions." Emma objected. Prince dumped her from the car and drove away. PHILADELPHIA A special advisory committee appointed by Mayor Tate will meet with insur ance executives to try and prevent cancellation of insurance on stores and stocks in the riot-torn North Philadelphia area. City Commerce Director Mann received a number of calls from merchants in the area saying their fire and vandalism insurance poli cies were being canceled. William L. Rafsky, an advisor to the mayor, said the iasurance advisory committee hoped to hold; early meetings on the problem. Meanwhile, PTC President Al bert G. Lyons has estimated the 10 days of rioting and the curfew following cost the company a quarter of a million riders through North Philadelphia. Lyons said the estimated decline in revenues from persons using the company routes through the riot area was $60,000. The PTC operates six lines through the north central area which was wracked by Negro rioting and looting. $16,600 Stolen At Shore Motel ATLANTIC CITY An Atlantic City motel clerk reported the theft of $16,600 from an office safe. Oscar Brown, night clerk, told police the thieves created a disturbance at the swimming pool of the Midtown Motel, Indiana and Pacific aves. in order to lure him away from the office while they robbed the safe of the Labor Day weekend receipts. Dora Fringe Rakes St. Augustine (Continued From Page One) mal piled against the deserted coastline here and gusts up to 81 MPH were reported at exposed Marineland, Fla., on the seashore 18 miles south of St. Augustine. With the shift in Dora's course, the Miami Weather Bureau or dered gale warnings removed on worst was expected later with high tide. Cape Kennedy, to the south, reported wind gusts up to 69 miles an hour but air force forecasters said the spaceport apparently would be spared major damage. Dora spawned a northeaster off the Florida Gulf Coast between North Carolina and residents along Sarasota and Apalachicola, and j the Outer Banks a narrow sand other warnings down south of Sarasota and on Lake Okeechobee. Wind Gusts Reach Georgia Dora's outer fringes brought gusts of nearly 40 miles an hour along the Georgia coast. Miami Forecaster Gilbert Clark said that despite the change in course, Dora was so close to the coastline that "it's got to hit land somewhere." He and other forecasters working over weather maps and reports from reconnaissance planes flying into the hurricane would not pinpoint a probable landfall, but Clark said the center should cross the coast "somewhere in the area between St. Augustine and Savan nah. The center is so big that we don't want to pinpoint it any closer right now. He said the center should be "very close to the coast by mid-afternoon." The Northeast Florida coastline, with 25,000 persons huddled in 213 shelters after fleeing their beach homes, waited as Dora's fearsome center moved slowly forward offshore, slightly north of Daytona Beach. Three Deaths Listed Three persons died indirectly yesterday in rushing preparations for the oncoming tempest. St. Augustine's water-fronting Bay st. uas under water in several places, spit off the coast began preparing to evacuate. More than 300 emergency shelters were set up along a 500-mile strip from West Palm Beach, Fla., to Myrtle Beach, S.C., an area populated by 1.5 million people. Ocean swells more than six feet high chewed into house-high sand dunes and crumbled Daytona Beach's famed white strand in spots. More than 1,000 residents of Jacksonville Beach and St. Au gustine Beach had refused to leave their homes despite pleas and warnings of the weather bureau ana civil defense authorities. Many Ignore Warnings But at 1 a.m. Fred Willis, chief defense director for St. Johns County ordered all remaining residents of St. Augustine Beach "evacuated immediately." School buses were dispatched to haul the refugees to 11 emergency shelters in St. Augustine. The Jacksonville Weather Bu reau last night had complained about the "complacency" of Jack sonville Beach residents and the Red Cross said only about 10,000 residents had sought shelter before midnight. But when the breakers Mart- and a few power lines down. The ed breaking over the seawalls1 back of the beach, the refugees started pouring in on us," an official said. The billion dollar spaceport at Cape Kennedy earlier had been wind; the apparent target for the full force of Dora but a slight change to the north last night turned the hurricane toward Daytona Beach. Inland hotels, motels and tourists homes were jammed with evacuees. Many churches and private homes opened their doors to storm refugees. Newlyweds Kenneth and Roberta Ann Sheehan of Highland Park, N.J., said they were going to remain in their Daytona Beach motel. "We're going to enjoy our honeymoon come hell or high water," Sheehan said. Along the Georgia coast, residents of low-lying areas were warned to move inland to escape expected major flooding. 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EMerson 5-1488 Oppoiitt Stan parking lot acroit from Manon luick MACAO (UPI)-Typhoon Ruby left a trail of widespread dam age in Red China's neighboring Kwangtung Province, according to refugees arriving here from behind the Bamboo Curtain. They said the hardest hit areas were in Chungshan County which shares borders with Macao. Beatles 'Chicken' Under Dora Threat JACKSONVILLE, Ha. (UPI)-Hurricane Dora stopped the Beatles early today. The four mop-top entertainers from England were flying here today to vacation and make advance arrangements for a show in the Gator Bowl Stadium Friday but the storm's approach to the Florida Coast scared them off. The Federal Aviation Agency reported the Beatles radioed from their chartered twin-engine plane that they were changing their flight plan to land at Key West instead of Jacksonville. AM A Sees Censorship By TV Nets CHICAGO (UPI) - The Ameri can Medical Association said yes terday three television networks practiced "censorship" by rejecting AMA commercials opposing the Johnson Administration's health care plan. The American Broadcasting Co., the Columbia Broadcasting System and the National Broadcasting Co. said earlier the AMA proposal for one-minute commercials was rejected on the basis of a long-standing principle prohibiting sale of time for commercials on controversial issues. "We find this kind of censorship over the people's right to know what is available to them for the benefit of their health a little difficult to understand," said F. J. L. Blasingame, AMA ex ecutive vice president. This is an educational program," he said. "It is not intend ed to influence congressional ac tion on pending legislation, since the program is not scheduled to begin until October. By then Con grcss will have disposed of Medl care legislation and adjourned." 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