Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California on September 4, 1964 · 2
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-i s 'it i X-2— PRESSTEL£GRAM Una Bmck cam Mn sat im in Mrs John F Kennedy and her staff have taken over a four-room office suite at 400 Park Ave to handle more than one million letters she has received since the death of her thusband V ' The office has been leased by the General Services Administration which was directed by Congress three weeks after the President's assassination "to provide and maintain mttable space for the purpose” of taking care of letters sent to Mrs Kennedy 7-The President's widow and two ehildreh Caroline and 1 John Jr are moving soon into a Manhattan apartment f 'Character Actor Morris Ankrum Dios Morris Ankrum Hollywood character actor for 25 years Is dead of a heart attack at the age of 67 I He died in his sleep Thursday at Huntington Manorial ‘Hospital Pasadena which he entered a week before with on intestinal ailment He had lad a previous heart attack : Born in Danville Hl he began his acting career on he Broadway stage debuting Jr “The Green Goddess” frith George Arliss ' ’ He founded a theatrical Company in Tacoma Wash and later was director of the lasadena Playhouse beginning in 1930 His work in Pasadena led to numerous film roles- i' A tail' Imposing figure MORRIS ANKRUM tiritb a deep expressive voice he often portrayed judges and corporation executives in the movies His classical Roman $ce also fitted him for Shakespearean drama Among films he appeared in are Tales of Manhattan” fBuck Benny Rides Again ” "Reunion in Vienna" ‘Desire "Joan of Arc” "Colorado Territory” “My Favorite 45py” and "Earth vs the Flying Saucers" Ankrum leave his widow Joan and two sons David and Carey Services were scheduled for Saturday Cjare Luce Scoffs of Cabinet Post Report Mrs Clare' Boothe Luce Thursday night derided as — : — crashing TronsenMreuggestioirthit she would be named tjie nation’s first woman secretaiy of state if Sen Barry Gajdwater is elected president She added that she would not accept the job anyway V Mrs Luce a former ambassador and congresswoman t Vigorous supporter of Goldwater confided that ac-ding to current polls "it would seem that (President £yndon B) Johnson’s election is pretty certain” Interviewing Mrs Luce on a New York television pro-am a reporter said he bad heard from Washington Republicans that Mrs Luce was in line for the seCretary of istate post in a Goldwater cabinet V "I don’t kn know who your informants are but they're 'jaQtfng the most crashing nonsense" replied Mrs Luce Asked if she would accept the job were it offered her satdVNo Because I have never accepted any post that I thought I couldn’t fill splendidly for the United States jhere are at least 50 men who would make excellent secretaries of state in -this country" : A Friars Apologize to Princess Margaret Britain’s Princess Margaret has received an apology from the Franciscan friars who guard the shrines pf St Anthony in Paduan Italy - She was barred from entering the 700-year-old church last Saturday and was told she had to put on a jacket to cover her arms The sister of Queen Elizabeth slipped into a bolero end walked into the church with her husband Women must keep their arms covered in Italian churches "We would not like anybody to think” e statement by the friars said “that a Roman Catholic religious order has intentionally adopted a negative attitude toward the Illustrious guests especially in the time of the peat Ecumenical Council" billy Graham Opens Crusade in Omaha r The Rev Billy Graham opens a 10-day series of evangelistic meetings at a horse race track in Omaha tonight - - Members of his crusade team declined to predict an at fendance for the initial meeting but the horse race grand' stand at Ak-Sar-Ben field will seat 18500 persons Preparations for K Visit to West Berlin Under Way Backers Gird "WASHINGTON (UPI) — Backers of a Senate-passed health care-Social Security bill today began to organize a rescue operation for the measure in anticipation of a tough fight In the House The Senate approved the bill Thursday by a 60-28 vote It now goes to a House-Senate Conference Committee but negotiations on a compromise bill are not expected to begin until the middle of Hie month Once the compromise is worked out the changes then must be approved - by both House and Senate The original House bill contained no health care provisions The Senate measure' would expand the Social Security system to provide hospitalization and nursing care benefits for about 18 million elderly persons In addition it calls for a $7-a-month boost Jn cash benefits for 20 million social security pensioners All this would be financed through higher payroll taxes NO HEALTH CARE bill has ever reached the House floor for a vote Previous measures have been bottled up or killed In the House Ways and MeanfXommittee due In large part to the opposition of committee’ Chairman’ Wilbur D Mills D-Ark Rep Cedi R King R-Calif a longtime supporter of health care legislation indicated in an interview that backers might resort to a rarely used parliamentary maneuver- to help rescue the bill He said that an attempt probably would be made on the floor to instruct House conferees to insist on a health care program in the final draft of the compromise bill This move would require a majority vote But even then it is not binding on the conferees though such an action is supposed to express “the DR NORMAN A WELCH Brain Hemorrhage Fatal Dr Welch President of AM A Dies JACKSON Wyo WV-Dr Norman A Welch president of the American Medical Association with more than 200000 physicianmembers died of a cerebral hemorrhage Thursday night Welch 62 7 goffered the massize Ahjree 24 hours earlier as he prepared to leave his Jackson Lake Lodge quarters to address the Wyoming Medical Association His successor as head of the 116 -year -old professional organization will be Dr Donovan F Ward of Dubuque Iowa president-dect since June A Welch7a l92g graduate 6f Tufts College Medical School served as clinical professor at Tufts as well as physician-in-chief at Carney Hospital in Boston from 1943 to 1957 He was president of the Massachusetts Medical Service (Blue Shield) from 1950 until his death and served from 1955-58 as chairman of the National’ Blue Shield commission WASHINGTON (AV— Nich olas DeB Katzenbach was running the Justice Department today following Robert F Kennedy’s resignation as attorney general Katzenbach 42 - year old former University of Chicago law professor who has been deputy attorney general became the department’s top-ranking officer : Thursday when Kennedy quit to run for the US Senate from New York White House Press Secretary George Reedy said he did not know whether Katzenbach would have the title of acting attorney general IT IS believed unlikely that President Johnson will fill the attorney general’s spot on a permanent basis until after Hie Noy 3 presidential election ' 7 In accepting the 38-year-old Kennedy’s resignation Johnson said "you will soon be back in Washington where I can again call upon your judgment and counsel” Kennedy named to the post by his late brother President John F Kennedy was toe fourth member of the original Kennedy cabinet to resign and the first since Johnson assumed -the - presidency-last Nov 22 ia£d Sunday Eye-Opener Breakfast IS AM-l PM 89 7 WJniff at Rmmiwm 92S-S222 - Militiamen in Mutiny Quit 2 Companies to f-! MIAMI (UPI— Members of two companies of Fidel Castro's militia rose against his Red regime last month and joined the guerrillas In the Escambray Mountains of central Cuba a diplomatic source said today At toe same time toe refugee “Sentinels gf Liberty" organization reported that 24 persona were killed in July in two clashes between guerrillas and militiamen in the Eacambraya The diplomatic source laid the militia mutiny was led by a captain' in Castro's rebel army ' He said political commissars were able to persuade some : members of the two companies to remain loyal to Castro but the others joined t-n Stott Attorney Drops 3 Tax Delinquents PEORIA 111 UPI— State’s attorney James Cunningham whose office' is conducting a drive against delinquent Peoria County tax payers has suspended three assistants he said were1 in toe same category Two of them were retaliated Thursday after paying their real estate taxes Wear Shoes or It'll Cost Mucho Escudos LISBON Portugal (UPI)— The Lisbon city government told citizens today to put on their ahoei or go to jail The government said anyone caught walking around barefoot out of dome would be liable ' to fines of 20-100 escudos (70 ' cents to $350) and jail terms of three to 15 days guerrilla bandg operating In toe mountains around' Bahaa Caracusey and Ay ( At full atredgto Tiwo militia companies would number about 300 men The sources was unable to-say exactly how many 'meide-aerted to the guerrillas ’ - The Sentinels said tour guerrillas and eight militia-men -were killed when a militia patrol surprised a guerrilla band' near Guarico July 9 Three days later according to the report guerrillas ambushed a patrol near Manacal and killed 12 of its members: to Fff All Your Glut Ntehi MARINE GLASS CO! SINCE 1923 illfc ft MAGNOLIA LA f HI 7-7471 a MEXICAN oo tumtuamug AT SPECIAL PURCHASE SAVESGS-UP TO 30 OFF will of the House1 House Republican Leader Charles A Halleck Into told a news conference Thursday T don’t think anything providing health care will filially be enacted into law" Czechoslovakia since the war have been ve- l PRAGUE (UPI)— Soviet Premier Nikita E Khrushchev neared the end of his 10-day visit to Czecho- Slovakia tocUy with preparations already being madefor h s trip to West Germany early pext year Khrushchev flew today to - pmo ta inspect the -Czech industrial city’s trade exhibition grounds He was due back in Prague tonight for a t&rewell reception at toe Soviet embassy I A joint Soviet-Czech communique to be issued tonight ivag expected to touch on the German problem This was a major subject in Khrushchev’s talks with Czech President - Antonin Novotny and toe foreign ministers of Poland Bulgaria and Hungary Khrushchev's plans to pay ' ht first visit to West Germany were announced Thursday ta Bonn No date was set feuit diplomatic sources said February or March would be likely times IN AN UNUSUAL move the Senate named seven members of its finance committee to bargain with House negotiators instead of the normal five This was done to include at least two pro-health care senators Albert Gore D-Tenn and Clinton P Anderson DrNM The other five conferees all are opposed to the measure A breakdown of yesterday’s final Senate vote on the bill showed 48 Democrats and 12 Republicans supporting it and 10 Democrats and 18 Republicans against it JVess-(Motam hement in opposing West German reanmament charging that the Bonn government seeks war to win back its lost eastern territories Khrushchev was-presumed 1o have sought the approval of his Soviet bloc allies for the visit and to have cleared with them any plans to make concessions to "West Germany m Me mS ctM mattor M PM Offlco at L mb BbbcB Clf Par MwiWi Par Yaar Carrlar Daflvarv B25S B30J £r Mall - - MB 3U0 nfeCoov HanMerAedfinTiireair af CMataNaa ' at ttfl PN8 AV8E$8i for all yase Staraa aaada SCOTT RADIO SUPPLY INC '(DIPLOMATS IN Moscow ald Khrushchev has little to !$se and a great deal to gain rj visiting West Germany at (j)is time They said the trip jwuld-wealtyn the Wes tern -al-ijjrnce and strengthen the Soviet camp) "Khrushchev’s talks here Were reported to have centred oh ways of easing ten ton ’ between the two German states Most of the present Soviet stellites were victims of Nazi German aggression and 244 Alanltas An LaBf left BHaBBSI QaCD (SS3330 Alt: long Beach Painters! 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