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Phoenix Gazette (Newspaper) - June 24, 1965, Phoenix, Arizona Dives Sharply While Trading Dead f As Planes AIR FORCE Fla. Air Force m LATE SPORTS Of planes collided in the 85 No 270 today over remote Florida killing CENTS A COPY JUNE 24, 1965 YORK f stock one of as the shipped up more Uvo million said they saw one man bail out and appear to open a BODIES were pulled from the found near a community called which is about 60 Senate Finance Committee miles north of Panama approved a spokesman at Social Security of the 19 million persons year it rejected such a and A BASIC plan to 6. committee made over 65 and where the two changes in the A-E 8 bv the House and A New tugs at tail of her 55-year-old alligator house pet. Mrs. Castell claims toothless gator is her favorite among pets that include nine three eight canaries and 17 who sleeps under the not only keeps prowlers away but catches rats for endorsed by President a lazy with prices only mildly stocks were hil by a settling squall which as industrial sharply below addition to the health level of June the approved committee would drive Social Security changes in tlic and were said men aboard were i 12-5 vote sent the THE spokesman said not know where and how the passage next it retained tne the one who the to have bailed had No identities health tn take care of the aged program tied to the medical and hospital I The is being used the Viet Nam post - hospital nursing home outpatient hospital diagnostic increase in a 7 and survivor Jan. 1 A supplemental plan covering fees for services at maximum v of at the office or in a lor a as some additional rolls now would hf a mouth with the present would go from to about 40 per cent of the was The not he as the Cuts French Press I Saigon's military government today imposed a drastic series of measures that included diplomatic break with an official declaration of a of and closing of all Nguyen Cao Ky said he would permit no opposition to his program that also provided a curfew for (I PI spurning the pleas of Western voted today for a historic change in the nation's coinage that would remove all silver from dimes and Troops Open Led Reported Dug In By will brinu an in crease in Social year of about hillinn compared with 19()5 or fi as compared with law would ield in increase is needed the higher Social StM payments and Soviet and Fast German troops have on both sides of the Elbe River Bridge on the Berlin Education and Labor but there has been no interference with Allied under White House tary sources said today approved a droops were reported HAVE NOT been One stroke back were against hill the F. Tom and Tommy llw Minn. 65s today to Itake the early first-round lead dug along u i u If 4U ij and Morton about half the field in. Man to the purpose of this the bridge as an excuse to close but we are watching it 110-mile superhighway one source West Berlin with West troops are in control 1948 Berlin bridge but they are not actually stopping reaching Berlin last night reported unusual officer of a Phoenix Military sources said t h e strict of and threatened more firm was bound and robbed began at new this afternoon by two men he conducting in Paradise ations at the which is the highway m ley 2.500 feet of WARNED that the moves were necessary because of of 7l-n F 100 troons were but temporary He moves in a program of social Democrats and and Ray approved OTHERS were far-reaching legislation locked at 67, including Genei Johnny Lou were Democrats Doug Sanders and A1 r of of 7131 E. Aviation told deputy ment began last w f P targets on both sides he found the pair in when he entered f p.m. After tving raid was the the military junta closed all battered Ban Nuoc Chieu about or and a Saigon's 36 daily newspapers munition depot 80 miles automatic and several more in the east of It also was said he believed they fled The junta said it would of Phoenix two papers of its own green 1965 a one-month trial hit for the military and one DRASTIC measures and rockets against overshadowed the positions or flew cover in which 46 U.S. jet Communist None bombers attacked military gets north of Hanoi for consecutive day and and 7 pounded Viet Cong positions South with deadly A U.S. SPOKESMAN Army paratroopers 15 miles from the Bien around the cutoffs to on Page - f 10!' Is of ' out the top 10 with P. Anderson of New xico 68s were Tommy Shaw and Billy Paul H. Douglas of liai o oi nian F. The field promised an of the par 36-35-71 j oi the 6,700-yard Keller Vance ol as 15 and Abraham A. ers had scores of 69 or and Among those m i s s 1 n g that Frank Carismi oi group was Jack Everett n ci li who said he drove badly THE FF in with a 70. 75 iii ' 22, birdied five of the House version it - stocks sagged at fell to their worst the day in a second rose 5 85 million imm million and uas the since Mine 11). when 6.32 million Deu 857.76, loss since 14, 12.i'!). swept most the list r a with few oi snes 1,088 1re-e. 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