The Atlanta Constitution from Atlanta, Georgia on April 14, 1965 · 15
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2 Pastors in Cuba Visited by Families Two Baptist preachers arrested in Cuba were visited in a Havana jail by relatives Tuesday. A spokesman for the Southern Baptist Home Mission Board said two of its missionaries the Rev. Herbert Caudill and the Rev. James D. Fife were visited by Mrs. Caudill, Mrs. Fite and the three Fite children. Stadelhol'er hopes to visit them Wednesday, he added. Caudill, 61, is head of the Western Cuban Baptist Convention. He has been a missionary in Cuba for the past 35 years. The 31-year-old Fite, a native The spokesman said word of l of Wavnesboro, Ga., is Caudill's the visit was relayed to the U.S. j son-in-law. State department .by Swiss Am-! A native of clinchport Va., bassador Emil Stadelhofer. : c.ludm wns prilIPa(Mf n,' M ' The Swiss have handled American affairs in Cuba since the United States severed diplomatic relations with the Castro government. The church spokesman said the missionaries reported they were well-treated, had comfortable bedding and received nor-rnal food. cer University at Macon, Ga., and at Southwestern Seminary in Fort Worth, Tex. Fite, who went to Cuba in l!)f)0. is also a Mercer graduate. He was a teacher in the Cuban Baptist Theological Institute and pastor of Bcuna Vista Baptist Church in Marianao, near Havana. "... Rom;ms ii in hmi.inv d I Senate Takes Up Voler Bill, Sets Debate a Week Hence Constitution Waihlnglon Bureau WASHINGTON The Senate made the voting rights bill its pending business Tuesday, with the understanding that full debate will not begin until Wednesday of next week. In the House of Representatives, meanwhile, the Judiciary Committee decided to postpone its work on the bill until April 28. 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