The Portsmouth Herald from Portsmouth, New Hampshire on November 5, 1963 · Page 16
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The Portsmouth Herald from Portsmouth, New Hampshire · Page 16

Portsmouth, New Hampshire
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Tuesday, November 5, 1963
Page 16
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fAGE 16 TUESDAY EVENING, The Portsmouth Herald - NOVEMBER 5, 1963 Administration Hits Shoal Wafer in Seorcfi for Lively Attention Focused On Large Vote States By JACK BELL WASHINGTON (AP) -- The administration is running into difficulties in its search for lively candidates for governor and| senator who might help President Kennedy carry big electoral] vote states in 1904. | New York and California are giving the Kennedy candidate-, pickers a variety of troubles. There are storm flags flying i n , Illinois. Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Michigan remained unsettled! and, for the Democrats, unsettling. All of the extra-curricular efforts of Stephen E. Smith, the President's brother-in-law, to bring some order out of the Democratic chaos in New York (ration might like to see the Democrats go outside of Philadelphia for an opponent to GOP Sen. Hugh Scott. Genevieve have not yet reached the point ! B latt, sate secretary of internal; where the White House can be-i a ff a j r S | w ho comes from Pitts- gin to focus on a candidate to'burgh, is one mentioned as a oppose GOP Sen. Kenneth B.' possibility. Keating. Mayor Robert Wagner is described in administration quarters as eager to make the run. Upstate Democrats insist on one of their own. Rep. Samuel S. Stratton of Schenectady is pushing his claims. There is tacit agreement on! PORTLAND -- More than 200 the part of all concerned to wait;guidance counselors represent- until the first of next year to j n g 125 high schools in Maine, 200 Counselors Plan to Attend Portland Clinic decide what shall be done about New Hampshire and Eastern the case of Sen. Clair Engle, D; Massachusetts will attend a "Re- Calif., whose seat will be at;verse College Day" tomorrow stake in the elections. jat the University of Maine campus in Portland. Engle, under treatment for a brain tumor, has been permitted to leave the Bethesda, Md., Naval hospital for weekends. Whether he would be able to campaign for re-election is j Collegiate Registrars and Ad- questionable, j missions Officers, said today If Engle is forced by illness I that 54 colleges and universities to step out, there is every indi-: throughout the Northeast will Mystery Deepens Third Figure in Poisoning Case Found Deed IPSWICH, Mass. (AP) -- A prominent physicist, the third principal in a mysterious poisoning case, is dead. Dr. William W. A. Johnson, 48, was found dead yesterday in a first-floor bedroom of his new home on Heartbreak Road. ' An autopsy was performed to determine the cause of death. It was on March 10, 1960, that Johnson's wife, Nathalie, and his partner in a private laboratory, Dr. Daniel P. Norman, a biochemist, were found dead by Johnson's son Lome, now 11. Authorities said Mrs. Johnson and Norman died after drinking cyanide. * * * Norman, a bachelor, was a Harvard classmate of Johnson's and lived with the Johnson family on an estate on County Raod where the scientists maintained their laboratories. o for the deaths and declined to say if they might have been suicides. Johnson p u b 1 1 c ly had ex-j drank cyanide mixed in UlallK tYCUHLH: 1111AOU 111 m,vi ; J,.,,,] because of ill health and that found. 0*?°: when Mrs. Johnson discovered the body she committed suicide in a burst of grief. The physicist had denied there /as any unusual attachment j between his wife and Norman. | : AP PhdO i RESCLE ATTEMPT FAILS--Firefighter Bernard F. Woods tried unsuccessfully to revive Harry R. Carroll, director of| M by'using mouth to mouth resuscitation. The youngster and his brother, ages 6 and 5, per- admissions at the University of! ished in a b]aze tha( gl|ttc(] (h( , ir a p ar t me nt in Dorchester, Mass., last night. New Hampshire and president o f - _ -the New England Association of VATICAN CITY (AP) -- The Vatican Ecumenical Council re- cation that administration strat-jparticipate in the unique pro-sumed work today after a four- egists would encourage Gov J gram, 'day recess and turned to Edmund G. Brown to get into : The__program, sponsored byjquestion of a larger role the senatorial race. Brown's 'NEACRAO in conjunction with term does not expire until Jan-! its 16th annual conference Thursday and Friday at the Eastland Motor Hotel in Port- ib-jland, is designed to give high vious administration worry, · school representatives an oppor-, about the strength of Demo-|tunity to view exhibits and to with key personnel of New! uary, 1967. * * * In Illinois, there is some ol the for bishops in governing the Roman Catholic Church. William W. Treat, all of Hampton; Perley I. Fitts of Durham; James B. Smith of New Castle; i a kind of senate of bishops papal cabinet in the centuries I Rt "f Council Weighs Role of Bishops Spaulding Picks Area Directors Several eastern Rockingham County residents are listed among the directors of the Spaulding Youth Center at Tilton. They are John P. Dunfey, Dr. Authorities gave no motive|ly used tc write messages to o ^^ ; i l _ ( _ _ _ /U,m-rthnnc NnPITKin Whittaker Chambers. Norman testified that chemical and spec- tographic tests showed the type- riter had been used by Hiss. Johnson and his son, Lome, . Two other sons, Rolhn, 25, and Edmond, 20, live in Cambridge where they are students at Harvard University. Mrs. Johnson had left her her chi , dren itisERlf DtWilt's Pills, with IiosiUveanalg! action, bring fast I symptomatic pains m oa«, jui»» ·»'" muscles DcWitfJ Pills arc mildly dm- « k : .id help flush out unwanted wastes left by sluggish kidneys. D" Wilt's Pills may be just wh.l you netd to relieve backache miseries tad net o re help you avoid gelling up nights, De Witt's Pills by his wife "as a brother." * * * Patrolman Frank Geist and Dr. William Wigglesworth, med ical examiner, found Johnson's body after police received a telephone call from a person they refused to identify. There was no sign of violence in the bedroom where Johnson's pajarna - clad body was found. The body of Johnson's small white dog was found under a chair in the room. Johnson and Norman had been partners i n New England Laboratories Inc., which they operated for 15 years on the 100 - acre County Road estate. Johnson continued to operate Gerhard S. Nothmann and the firm after Norman's death. working directly with the Pope!when the pontiff was a tem- in administering Church affairs, jporal as well as a spiritual lead- * * # Pope Paul VI and the bishops, vho constitute the bulk of the and Mrs. Stratham. of Traditionally the Pope has governed the Church through the Vatican Curia, the Italian dominated administrative ap- Out of the discussion could'paratus that developed as a 2,300 prelates attending the News From Navy Bases cratic Gov. Otto Kerner. Manv area men w,mnn ° The White House denied Mon-IEngland institutions and hlgherj ^--v -TM r~- -^- countl Vstructors'School Norfolk. Va. day any connection with a poll education. * b · , n n c i n n ,,,,, n r -\ the Chicago Daily News said in-1 Its format reverses the tradi-1 m the "; SmlN f^' I A l m TM s - Boslon ' son of J dicated Kerner could be beaten tional pattern of individual visitsm^f" : ,, ,, ,, ? ' bv either of two GOP contend- by colleges to high schools to |' " K "=' ,,, ,,' ,,, -- council, appear bent on changes that would shift some powers from the Curia to the bishops. Pope Paul told Curia mem- at Naval In-i bers on Se P l - 21 there was ncn( ' Planning Group Slates Hearing KINGSTON -- Kingston Cooperative School District Planning Cmomittee will hold a public hearing at Bakie School tomorrow at 8 p.m. The hearing will discuss gen- * * The two scientists gained national fame during the Alger Hiss perjury trial. They examined the typewriter Hiss alleged- S t a e · and Mrs. Don R. ·'25 Deer St.: Robert J. for reform and he would like to | eral school planning in the King- 'see diocese bishops associated ston area. Area residents are invited to participate. acquaint, the counselors Carpentier or industrialist,their institutions. It is the first Charles Percy. I exhibition of its type in this Sargent Schriver, another of i region, the President's brothers-in-law,' who heads the Peace Corps, has been mentioned as a possible substitute for Kerner. The Chicago Democratic Organization, headed by Mayor Richard J. Daley, will pick the him in Church govern- ,ment. i i In test votes last week thej MALE'S SHOE STORE of Hampton Beach 0-P-E-N Noon Till 8 P.M. SEVEN DAYS WEEKLY! Turn to page 10 See the ad for DODGE the beautiful '64 Dodge. Imagine, all ·f*J*"w5 that luxury and still in the law-priced RQY5 field!Test-drive it atThe Dodge Boys The program will begin at 2 p.m., tomorrow with a tour of' the University of Maine campus i in Portland, followed by viewing of the colleges' exhibits in S-J-B 600 at Program At High School Mr. and Mrs. John'j. Lock O f ; overwhelmingly in favor of the , j of 'Exeter are undergoing a mne- iweek training course at Naval Training Center, Great Lakes. 111. ! * * Nancy M. Patstone, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William J. Pat- idea. The votes came in a dis-j cussion of the general concept i contained in the schema -- Del Eclessia-- On the Nature of the Church. * * * Now ' in a " ew schema stone Sr. Mrs. wimam j. rai- ' : of York, and Judith I Bishops and Government of Di-' ruuiai-u o. uaiej, wm ijitr. me .··; vumio=TM.^ »". .«,-. ·"··|f o r *,,,, ni 2 her Education Pro-lunik riiimhipr nf Mr and Mrs loceses, the council fathers are r^iteXrSe d»U^G 1 S= I M e S " ^Portsmouth High ?S^*^\**** ^impractical aspects administration reserva- the University of Maine, speak Guest speaker was Ernest some administration reserva- the University of Maine, speak lions, however, about giving the at an evening banquet. Republicans additional ammunition on the dynasty issue, by dipping into the ranks of the in- laws. Maria Guild Meets Tomorrow The Ave Marie Guild of St. Beals, guidance service director for the State Education Dept. Other participants in the program. all college representatives and members of the High School's guidance department, were Owen Kittredge, Burdett I College, Boston: Miss Kathleen ' Clare, Concord Hospital School Michigan presents an un-^.,,^,; church will meet solved problem for the Demo-. morrow at 7;30 p.m. in the crats, with GOP Gov. George p ar j s h hall. Romney regarded as likely toi All are invited to attend seek a second term. In Ohio,'demonstration on Christmas. , , , , , - , D , , T there has been no progress as decorations given by Mrs. : m o u t h Colle f. ; R TM nr , t . Tu TM'- yet on efforts to substitute astro- Frances Garland of Rochester. New Hampshire technical In- naut John H. Glenn for Demo-j Plans will bu made for the stitule - cratic Sen. Stephen M. Young, annual bazaar to be held Dec. Also Dr. Van Hartman, Ply- In Pennsylvania, the adminis-'14. ; mouth State College; Harry a forum for members of the p | Curia as well as proponents of j-iUianu o. Hum ui ixi;« iiitu rn;L, -- o - - i are undergoing basic training atj° f that conce P ( Naval Training Center for Worn-1 Debate o_n the topic provides en, Bainbridge, Md. Chief electrician Robert .., Coy and electrician's mate 2.C.! lts reform. Donald C. Hoskinson, son of Mr.! The Curia generally is viewed and Mrs. Colby E. Hoskinson;as more cautious about changes of Charlestown" recently re-enlisted on the USS Albacore. Carroll, University of New Hampshire; Richard F. Bond, Westbrook Junior College, Portland, Maine; and counselors Robert guidance Simpson, Graham Alvord and Mrs. Grace V. Gould. in Church tradition and procedures than many bishops working in dioceses abroad. As the Church is organized, there is no ecclesiastical body between the Curia in Rome and the individual bishop. As a result, whatever problems go beyond the single diocese usually must be decided in Rome. CLUBS Why not plan to sfort your Christmas shopping for next year by opening a Christmas Club NOW. 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