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December 11, 1963

Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 17

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THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1963 Paiiling Gieti Delayedl962 Peace Prize By HKLLICK O. 1UUOKV OSLO, Norway (AP)— Accepting the delayed 1962 Nobel Peace Prize, Dr. Linus Pauling declared Tuesday, "The world without war is in sight." The controversial professor from the California Institute of Technology was greeted with thunderous applause ar he stopped forward and accepted Hie prize of $-10,465. This was the day of the award of prizes set up by the will of Alfred Nobel, invenlor of dynamite. Ceremonies wti'e hvld in Oslo and Stockholm. Representatives ol the International Red Cross Committee and the League of Red Cross Societies accepted the 1963 Peace Prtee of $51,000 in ceremonies at Oslo University. The ceremonies were attended by King Olav V, Norwegian dignitaries, members of Parliament and the diplomatic corps. In Stockholm, there were words of praise for the late President Kennedy as King Gustav VI Adolf awarded the prizes for literature, medicine, physics and chemistry. Two Americans, Prof. Eugen Wigner of Princeton and Dr. Maria Goeppert- Mayer of the University of California at La Joiia, received a share of the physics prize. In an awards speech in Stockholm, Chairman Arne Tiselius of the Nobel Foundation said i Kennedy in word and deed worked for the same ideas as Nobel. Pauling was praised in the Oslo presentation speech for : working tirelessly to make clear' the danger of nuclear weapons! despite strong ciriticism. The i U.S. Senate Internal Security j subcommittee once accused him! of having "a consistent pro-Sc- ' viet bias." Then Pauling spoke, expressing great optimism for the future of the world. He said the ! prize was not to be regarded as; 'recognition of my work alone, j but also of the work of a greet i many others who strived for peace." "We are beginning to move toward the world of peace and disarmament which Alfred Nobel was striving for, where the! only war that exists is the one ! against disease and human suffering," he added. "The world without war is in sight," Pauling said. Indict 7 In Indianapolis Death Of 72 INDIANAPOLIS i.M'< —Seven •iT.-oiiA !;KC fines or prison it '.-iii .s if convicted of actions >'i ;.t a grand jury charged con- !ributed to the deaths of 72 persons in the Indiana State Fairgrounds Coliseum explosion. Five persons connected with i the use of bottled propane gas I in the building were indicted lor involuntary manslaughter j Monday in connection with the ' Halloween night blast. Two public fire officials were charged with neglect of inspection duties required of them by law. Indicted for neglect of their duties were state Fire Marshal Ira J. Anderson and Indianapolis Fire Quel Arnold Phillips. The grand jury called lor legislative action to improve the structure of the state fire marshal's office. Named in the involuntary were: Meltin T. Ross, Indianapolis, general manager of the Indiana Coliseum Corp.; Edward P. Franger, Elkhart, Ind., president of Discount Gas Corp., which supplied the bottled gas; Fred J. Helms, Indianapolis, vice president of Discount Gas Corp.; Richard Ensign, Brownsburg, Ind., manager of the company's Indianapolis office, and Floyd James, Indianapolis, manager of the concessions bus- j iness lor the coliseum. Grand jury findings on the cause of the blast agreed with previously published reports by investigating agencies. The explosion, which left bodies littered over blood-splashed ice, where seconds before the Holiday on Ice skaters had been performing their finale, occurred in a concession commissary below a section of box seats. The grand jury said that one at the five 100-pound propane gas tanks, fueling popcorn heaters, became overheated and discharged gas tlirough a safety valve. The gas mixed with air uid exploded, ignited by one of :hc healing units. Baby Left In Bathtub Drowns CHICAGO (AP) - A mother whose 20-month-old child was found drowned in the bathtub has been charged with reckless homicide. The mother, Phylis Quick, 30, said she left her son, Wan-en, alone in the empty tub for "safekeeping" while she worked days as a hospital technician, police said. Det. Anthony Marubio said the woman left another son, Charles, 3, elsewhere with a ixiby sitter. She told police she couldn't af- :u,'d u siller for Warren, too. The mother said she found the i • my floating in the tub when she •. i n<« homo from work Monday. Win ubiu said it appeared the I>:LI jiividwiluUy filled when the inUjtit turned on the water and iln rubber plug fell into place in the drain. 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