The Pantagraph from Bloomington, Illinois on November 25, 1963 · Page 14
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TWIN CITY REACTIONS People Deplore Killings Admire Mrs. Kennedy By DAVE HAAKE Lee Harvey Oswald's murder Sunday morning in the basement of a Dallas police station "solved nothing" in the eyes of people interviewed Monday by Pantagraph reporters evident Monday morning i"The Oswald case should not among factory workers, stu- be c.sed. There were more dents and others questioned in ' . , if n Bloomington-Normal. '""''',v- " """" aione. Concern for the family of J. Tippitt, the Dallas police Was He Guilty? "It doesn't eive us a rhanr-p to know if Oswald was artnallv P Rpatinn tn thP morrUm till. Builtv of killing the President " ;man killed rnday afternoon by ing resounded Sunday from alllMrs. Carl Brandt of 1115 David .Oswald, was expressed by sev-corners of the nation. People j Drive, Normal, commented. "If ieral interviewees. People high in public life and leaders from all parts of the nation deplored the action of Jack Rubinstein "taking justice into his own hands." His death, said one man, "is just as tragic as the President's. Something should be Oswald had had a proper trial we d have known for sure. Mrs. Nnrman Orr nf 7flS TIar. Hs Normal caid hor omniinno 'done for his family. . .he also "were mixed" on the Oswald died in the line of duty" Much the same reaction was , killing. ."It's too bad he was Question Coverage shot; we'll always have a doubt J Scver?l people said they whether he actually shot thejwished the Dallas police had President." cleared the basement of the i it i in i i i n "I don't believe in anyone ,imias cuy naii ana oarrea an ranlagraph, Bloomington, III., Monday, Xov. 25, liHiS. 14 ,,niii., i nim ii Miimm mm m inn , . ., i T ni ''rilTi-in i I See Us for Your WARP'S FLEX-O-GLASS Parker Bros. 923 E. Grovt St. WE HAVE TWIN CITY HARDWARE 707 W. Choilnut St. McLEAN HARDWARE McUan, Illinois killing anybody. . .guilty or! B iransicr not," Robert Michael of Towan-of 0fiWaId to the DalIas county da commented. "Investigation ;Jai1- of the Kennedy death should be I "Too much coverage has been continued. , .Oswald looked like Riven to the weekend's events," he knew Ruhv. This nossibilitv Mr. Kmcaid commented. "Its should be investigated." Concern for Policeman Thn fnpliniT that "fhrrp's something more behind the P111 lhat il almost begins to Prosidont 's death" than t h e drive yu batty" all we've lived with since Friday. It's been good coverage, but so much of it has been re- resentment and hate of a single, warped individual was expressed by many of those interviewed. "There's more behind it than meets the eye," declared Lester Kincaid of 507 W. Wood. DON'T PAMPER YOUR WIFE Let Her Winterproof the Porch with FLEX-O-GLASS This Year Any little lady ran enclose a porch or breczt'wuy with Warp's FLEX-O-GLASS. It's so easy! Just exit with shears and tnck over Bcrot'ns. 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"There's something bigger than Oswald or Ruby behind all this. . .it could be communism or racial hatred." Sees Solidarity Doubt was expressed by others that the assassination of the President or murder of Oswald could have been ordered by a foreign power. "What possibly could be the gain of such action?" one man asked. "President Kennedy's death has solidified America, brought forth a unified support for President Johnson." "I think Ruby tried to shut up Oswald," Mrs. Marie White of 1503 W. Graham commented. "There's some connection some place the way Oswald looked at Ruby." Still Stunned "I'm still stunned by it all," said Joe Berry of 809 E. Mar ket. "I've got a real feeling of j horror to the Oswald death. I'm more afraid of the reaction to Oswald's death in our own country than I am to foreign reactions. I can't believe Ruby acted out of grief alone. . . there's more to it than that. I'd hate to be in Ruby's shoes." Dick Rogala of Waukegan, a senior at Illinois State Normal University, said he felt Oswald "got off too easily." If Oswald had lived, he added, "Maybe he'd have realized how few would have backed him in shooting the President." Admiration for Mrs. Jacque President Lyndon B. Johnson is flanked in his White House office by Illinois Gov. and Mrs. Otto Kerner, left, and Mayor and Mrs. Richard Daley of Chicago. (AP Wirephoto) A crowd on the Ginza, Tokyo's busiest street, passes a Japanese flag lowered to half mast in respect for assassinated President Kennedy. The Japanese capital had been decorated with flags for the nation's Labor Day holiday. All were lowered to half mast. MEMORIALS AROUND GLOBE World Joins n Mournina ARM AND SHOULDER PAIN . . . By Ilobert E. Connolly, D.C. A week rarely passes without the chiropractor seeing someone complaining of a pain in the shoulder and upper arm that may or P may not extend in the hand and fingers. Many have been d iagnosed as Bursitis and have tried most from ".,"l.V" Dr. Connolly shoul(i-r to J tranquilizing drugs for relief. When all efforts fail and their unlx'arable pains persist, they find tlioir way to the chiropractor who can usually relieve their misery. Theix1 are various types of shoulder and arm conditions but we find the pain ran often be eliminated by tracing the affected nerves to their points of inflation in the spine and removing the cause. If you find water on the floor, don't you look to see where it is coining irom. or do you close the door and try to forget il ? The bursa is n sack like fibrous membra no that encloses a joint and keeps the socket lubricated much like your mouth is kept moist. Hursilis simply means this bursa has become inflamed which causes severe pain with some loss of movement. Frozen shoulder is an affliction that starts with painful firm movements which is usually worse at niuht when inactive muscles become contracted. If neglected this condition gradually limits normal range of movement such as combing the hair, slipping a dress over the head, or reaching up for something. One of the most common painful shoulder and arm eondilions is the Scalenus Anticus fiynrirome which is simply an inflammation of the brachial nerves In the neck associated with a reflex spasm of the scalenus muscle of the shoulder. This painful condition is caused by displacement of a neck vertebra of the first or second rib. Reflex pains often extend to the upper chest, arm pit, between tlx shoulders, in the neA, and up back of head. The arm gives a feeling of being heavy as if it will drop olf. The arm and hand often feel cold with numbness and loss of grip. Such tasks as sweeping, shaving, painting, etc., may cause severe pain. A few weeks ago n fifty-five year old fanner remarked he had txxMi unable to raise his arm or get his handkerchief (Hit of his back picket for months. lie had pain and aching in his shoulder whenever he attempt ed these moves. The trouble was found to lw misplaced vertebrae in his neck and in lx'tween his shoulder blades that were causing irritation of the nerves supplying his shoulder. Corrective adjustments were given to correct this misalignment and in a few weeks bis shoulder returned to normal. "That's the most amazing thing 1h.it has hnp-ix'iied to me," he said. You may be suffering needlessly with an arm or shoulder pain that you lc-lieve hopeless. Why not Investigate chiropractic? What can you possibly lose except your shoulder pains? ItiMirst Dally 9 to il, 1:30 to 5:00 Kxcepl Thursday t Simdity I'lione RII .V2K8 410 Stcrry nidg. I'onliac, III. Next Article Next Monday 1 hours of grief was expressed by almost all of those questioned. "She's conducted herself like the lady of a real leader," Mr. Berry commented. "She's a wonderful woman." "She's a brave woman, I doubt many other women exuld have stood up under the situation as she has," another said. "She's let the nation take over her husband," another woman added. "She realizes , i'on.0H'0 ,i,.i i fcw was there no official observ- LONDON (AP) Governments and men and women around the world joined Monday in mourning services for President Kennedy. They started in the Far East, where Nov. 25 first dawned, and followed around the globe as it turned to the sun. Only in Communist China Pope Deplores Threat to Civil Order, Peace VATICAN CITY (UPI) -Pope Paul VI said Sunday that the assassination of President Kennedy demonstrates "how great a capacity for hate and evil there is in the world and how great a threat to civil order and peace." The mourning pontiff made the statement to an audience of 30,000 persons assembled in St. Peter's Square to receive the regular Sunday papal blessing. "Very dear children, we cannot in this moment of common prayer take our thought, a sad thought, away from the crime that in these days has aroused the deploration of the entire world," the pope said. "Our thought, after that of suffrage for he who is missing from this life, is of comfort to those who remain in sorrow and regret. "It detects how great a capacity for hate and evjl there is still in the world and how great a threat to civil order and peace, and also how much need there is of the grace of God, his mercy and his pardon." "Thus we pray as Jesus Dystrophy March Runs All Week The Jerry Lewis Mothers March for Muscular dystrophy will continue the rest of this week because of the President's assassination, according to drive director Edwin Smiley. Only about $800 was turned in from the Sunday march because many mothers did not want to march Sunday. Less than 100 mothers had turned in their money Monday afternoon. Vote Donations ATLANTA - (PNS) - The American Legion Auxiliary voted at their Thursday meeting taught us: Lead us not into to give $160 to the eight point temptation, and free us from ! program and canteen books, evil." j It was also announced Sun-' of New York is expected to of-day that a solemn rite in suf-ificiate at the Mass. Representa-frage of the late President will! fives of the Italian government, be conducted at 11 a.m. Mon-jthe diplomatic corps, the Amer-day in St. John Lateran, the ican colony in Rome and cathedral church of Rome and American prelates here for the the Catholic world. Ecumenical Council have been Francis Cardinal Spellman : invited. continued to flock to the U.S. headquarters and the City Hall to sign condolence books. 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At U.S. bases throughout Japan the big guns roared final salutes over the heads of 50,000 servicemen and their dependents, assembled in a cold rain, i Most of the 10,000 Americans on Formosa attended religious services for the President. Thousands of Chinese from all walks of life joined them. Nationalist China's flags also were at half staff. Pauses Of Respect The Italian tricolor flew at half staff for the third day, and unions throughout Italy scheduled five-minute pauses of respect for the dead American. Indian Prime Minister Nehru and President Sarvcpalli Ilad-hakrishnan attended a memorial service at the U.S. Embassy in New Delhi. Then Nehru drove to Parliament to eulo gize Kennedy. Both houses ad journed after members stood in H silent homage. S PARK HILL MAUSOLEUM Phone 124-5345 S. Morris Ave., West of the Park Office on Grounds . "A Cemetery lor the Living" ' : . . if"- r r T JWli JHffr UUi'lHLii mm to all AUTHORS in this area . . . 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