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   Bridgeport Post, The (Newspaper) - September 3, 1964, Bridgeport, Connecticut                              WEATHER FORECAST U.S. weather Bureau predlcti: Filr, Cool Tonight Fair, Warm Friday THE BRIDGEPORT POST COUNTY7 EDITION With Fairfiold Couniy News VOL. LXXXI, NO. 208 Publlihtd Dtlly at 410 St., Bridttporl Conn. C6402 BRIDGEPORT, CONN., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 196-1. second Class Postdge Paid at Bridgeport. Conn. FORTV-FJGHT PAGES FOVK SECTIONS SEVKN cr.xn SENATC SPURS FINAL ACTION ON SS BOOSTS Program of Health Care for Aged Already Writ- ten Into Bill PASSES 49-44 Mansfield Hopes to Send Meature Back to House Late Today WASHINGTON (AP) Senate Democratic leaders drove for passage today of a Social Security bill with a program of health care for the aged already written in- to it. Sen. Mike Mansfield, D- Mont., the majority leader, obtained an agreement to limit debate on all remain- ing Would Riiie Benefits The first to be considered to- day was one by Sen. Winston I. Prouty, R-Vt., (o raise Ihe min- imum Social Security payment from to S70 month. It was not expected to be adopted. Mansfield said the measure might be passed and sent back to (he House late today. If not, he said, final action will come to-1 morrow in time for a three-day; Labor day weekend. I The biggest Senate fight on the legislation was settled yesterday with a dramatic 49-44 vote to add to it hospitallution and other health care benefits for persons over 65. It's Snapper Bluefish Time Again Post Cane-pole Ashing enthusiasts crowd Ihe end of the Pleasure Beach pier to catch their share of snapper Muefish making their annual appearance in Bridgeport waters. The little fight- ers providing good sport and fine eating for the lucky fisherman. By THr. ASSOCIATED TRESS WASHINGTON (AP) An anuMratBt writing i plan lor health care for aged Into the Social Security sys- tem wat paued by the Sen- with the of both Con- Mttieut Manors. Democrat! Thomas j. im) Mm A. Ribteeff voted for IM amendment, which was on i ran ctU vote of 41'to 44 Dora No Longer a Threat To Caribbean Land Areas MIAMI. Hurricane Dora took a turnj away from the northern Leeward islands at an early hour today and the weather bureau said it no longer endan- gered any Caribbean land areas. Speed Decreased T i t big, blustery storm de- I AI KS llNIINI K Ceased its forward speed to IftUVJ about 15 hmrYnm an, earlier 20 miles but still packed up to 115 miles an hour! near the center. Top Leader, Report A hurricant watch was discon- IN LEGISLATURE Increased retirement and other i benefits would also be provided, and both the tajr rates and the wage base on which they are Progreis' on Reapportion- ment Task By WILLIAM J. WALSH HARTFORD A second con- tinued for Puerto Rico and the Virgin islands and the northern Leeward islands and gale warn- ings were discontinued in the northern Leewards. The hurricane was moving to- Buzzing Mail Sack Makes Airport Hum SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Things began to hum at San Francisco International air- port when a mail sack start- ed buzzing. Some onlookers thought the sack was vibrating too. ,The FBI, sheriff's officers and an Army disposal unit came on the run. Gingerly they carried the sack from a cargo plane to an open field. Inside they discovered a bat- tery-operated shoe buffer go- ing at spit-polish pace. Quieted, the device resumed its trip to an apparently weary-armed marine stationed overseas. lerence of Republican Demo- ward the west-northwest ind the cratic party and legislative lead- Weather bureau said "there is ers is scheduled at the Capitol to-j evidence of recurvature to a GOLDWATER KICKS OFF WITH VOW TO END DRAFT, KEEP THE PEACE KHANH TAKES REINS AGAIN; WINS SUPPORT Assumes Full Viet Com- mand; Buddhist Leaders Vow Cooperation NO REPRISALS Threatened Strikes Called talks. with British common- Malaysia Declaring Emergency HE ALSO AIMS In Threat of Big Enemy Offensive By TONY ESCODA KLALA LUMPUR, Prime Minister Tunku Abdul Rahman said today his government has decided to im] Malaysia because of indications that Indonesia is preparing to "mount a big offen- sive against this country. Britsh Pledge Aid Rahman presided at an emer- gency cabinet session after high Off; Cabinet Mem- Meet By MALCOLM W. BROWNE SAIGOX, Viet Xam- (AP) Maj. Gen. Xguyen Khanh again command of South Xam's shaky wealth allies who pledged to crease military and economic aid following an airborne landing in Malaya Wednesday by about 30 heavily armed Indonesian para- troopers. "We'll give all the help we Navy Pilot Returns siimeri full Maulding i British chancellor of the government today. The premier said he had won support of Bud- dhist leaders who were threatening to renew anti- government violence unless their demands were met. Khanh's return to power after a five-day "temporary retirement" at the mountain resort of Dalat was disclos- ed by a government spokes- man following a six-hour emergency cabinet session. chequer. Security forces today killed two more Indonesian paratroopers the Defense Ministry announced. U brought to four the number Of Indonesians killed since an air borne attack in the Labis area 105 miles southeast of this capita of Malaysia. The ministry said one member of the security forces was killed and another wounded, the first Malaysian casualties. Accuses "Provocateurs" The government accused "com munist or Indonesian provaca- teurs" of trying to incite fresh Khanh flew to Saigon from race rioting between Chinese anc Dalat amid reports that he Malays in Singapore to divert at- demanding full support members of the government that "'Sed in to reach aSreemcnl m0re direction." Uie added costs Jon the thorny issue of legislative: At 6 a.m. (EOT) Hurricane A ririt Time I reap.-xirtionment before the Sept.. Dora was centered near latitude It flrcr rifnf i ,r n vt 1 I -n T Federal coun deadline. IS.9 N'orth, Longitude 39.0 West Top level figures on both sides or about 460 miles east-northeast 5 talked at length yesterday and Juan' Rlco' and Social Security system. The Senate re- jected similar proposals in 1960 and 1962. The health care amendment, sponsored by Sens. Albert Gore, and Clinton reported they made "some prog miles in the same direction The talks were i largely to Senate redistricting wiln proposals for reshuffling: limited! St- Marten, Lesser An- Utlles. Miles Off Miami DIOCESE MAKES CLERICAL SHIFTS Two Principals Named ati St. Joseph High; Other Changes Listed trom all caretaker lad been led by acting Pre- mier Xguyen Xuan Oanh. Pledge Support "The military has promised Gen. Khanh their complete sup- port. The situation looks much more stabilized the spokesman said. Khanh was expected to retain members of the powerful Dai Viet party in the government and the armed forces. Before the 37-year-old Khanh went to Dalat [last week, following violent anti- he the his Igovernment demonstrations, [charged that members of j party had plotted against tention from the airborne strike. The paratrooper landing Wed- nesday coincided with a renew- al of racial violence between Malays and Chinese in Singapore where 23 persons were killed and 460 injured during four days of rioting last July. In the latest flareup, a Malay taxi driver was killed. The government charged that 'our "communist or Indonesian provocateurs" created the fresh racial incident to divert atten- ion from the airborne assault. The Malaysian government said the Indonesian paratroopers anded in the heart of Malaya .05 miles southeast of this capi- :al before dawn yesterday. The government said the airborne Appointments of two He conferred assault in the Labis region of ki.i. T, ;._ wlth Hoan, leader Johore state was "a for St. Joseph high school, Trum- oithe House Uted to h akSi bull, and. an assistant director for Terda i soulheast of i the Catholic Apostolate for of- the party who resigned yes- as vie premir after overnment had flagrant act of aggression" and that the UN Security Council would be in- formed of the landing. Navy Lt. Charles Klusmann and his wife 'Sara' walk through newsmen at the North Island Naval Air station, San Diego, Calif., on his way to the Navy hospital for tests. The pilot, who recently escaped from a Communist prison camp, returned to the United States yesterday. Navy Pilot Rejoins Family; Escape Story Still Untold (Continued on Page Four) Weather Data BRIDGEPORT ANT) VICINI- TY: Today, sunny and pleasant; high near SO. Tonight, fair and cool; low in mid to upper 50s. Tomorrow, fair and warm, high SD to 85. Present indications are that the Assembly will recess after to- morrow's session for the holiday weekend and have only three days to meet the court deadline after legislators return to Capi- tol Hill on Tuesday. Election Date an Issue One oi the issues up in the air SAX7 DIEGO, Xavy Lt. Charles F. Malaysian troops tanned trie jet pilot shot down over Laos and cap- 'Gen. Khanh plans no reprisals) today in the jungle and scrub! tured by communists nearly three months ago, is home country in search of thelagain with his wife and two children today. Indonesian unit. One of the in-j Story Yet To Be Told vaders was killed and several! But the story of his escape to others were captured during a Thailand and safety is yet to be TO CUT DOWN FEDERAL ROLE to move o west-northwest which would take it away from any land areas. wich. "There is no longer any danger been appojnted Io the ap0siolate is the date lor an election of the'10 Caribbean land areas from post to" aid the Rev Edmund J Hurricane Dora except t h a t Hussey. director, who also has appointed pastor of the new- new Legislature if it is revamp-, ed. Democrats claim the process i heavy surf may be expected Fr ndlnlin Nam.H (The spokesman said the Buddhists j government said 14 oi The L: CMtolio his resumPtion have been kill Buddhist leaders had planned a! Paratroopers in the latest as (Continued on Page Four) LONG ISLAND SOUND: Winds can bs 5Peeded and the election'the Leeward islands and peopleiiy established, parish of Our Lady _ __ _ __ ririable at to 15 mph todav held witn Presidential bal-inear exposed beach areas should star of the Sea, Stamford. Father I Q I T 1 limlnishuig tonight. Visibility Nov- 3- Republican leaders .'continue to exercise the Deliolia wil] work mainly in the! V flOllfla V :ellent. Sea slightly saying from the _ greater Bridgeport _area and will, Summer's 'Last Fling' diml! slightly choppy Waves one to three today; smooth to hall foot tonight. TEMPERATURE (Municipal Airport Readings) Low Today Highest Yesterday Lowest Yesterday......... Highest (Sept. 2, 1963) Lowest (Sept. 2, 1963) Harbor Water Temperature PRECIPITATION Today (12 hours to 8 For Month 19M 10. date set that more time is needed.: Aircraft Find Center have residence'at Blessed Sacra-i They tavor a special election la- During the night reconnais- ment rectory ter in the year. a large dif- Rev Laurence F. X. Brett, Governor Dempiey, who metj jointly with leaders el both side: told, when the Navy so decrees. Klusmann, 30, was limping slightly and one arm was band- igion of Johorejaged when he arrived at North concessions, where 100 seaborne Indonesians island naval air station last night. if those in- eluded Adm. Thomas H. Moorer, killed and 50 commander in chief, Pacific others taken prisoner. j Fleet, who had briefed him be- fore the lieutenant's plane went j down in Laos June 6. I "Admiral, I owe you 'a big Klusmann told Moorer. "You told me not to get down, and I did." "That's all right, said KENNEDY QUITS Meeting With Johnson to Make His Departure Official (Continued on Page Four) WASHINGTON (AP) F- Kennedy, off at last elective political career of his; 'I Do Not Intend to Be Wartime GOP Nominee Says KEYNOTES DRIVE Claims Johnson Uses Draft System 'for Politu cal, Social Schemes' By WALTER PRESCOTT, Sen. Barry Goldwater, key- noting his campaign for the White House, promised to- day to end the draft, keep the peace and halt "the can- cerous growth of the federal government "I do not intend to be a wartime the Re- publican Presidential nom- inee declared. Would End Draft And Goldwater said he would keep the peace without the draft. "Republicans will end the draft altogether, and as soon as pos- he said. "That I promise you." Goldwater accused President Johnson of using the Selective Service system "for political and social schemes Returning to the ancestral home where he launched his two campaigns for the Senate, Gold- water said in a prepared speech: "The campaign we launch to- day is dedicated to peace .hrough preparedness, progress :hrough freedom, purpose through constitutional order." Prescott authorities forecast a crowd of more than than double the population of this one-time territorial capital in Ari- zona's hill country, 100 miles 'rom Phoenix. Miller Attending Rep. William E. Miller of New York, the Republican vice presi- dential nominee, was to be on. hand for Goldwater's kickoff. roldwater will return the favor Saturday in Lockport, N.Y. In other opening shots of the roldwater campaign against 'resident Johnson: Arizona conservative ac- cused Johnson of using "the outmoded and unfair military draft system for social schemes as well as military objectives." said Johnson's is an ad- TAnilYj ministration of "mobs in the 1 I street, restrained only by the plea that they wait until after election time to ignite violence once again." charged the President follows "the way of unilateral disarmament and appeasement in Robert'foreign affairs." on an' sait' growth of the federal government "must and shall be stopped." But he added 55 yesterday before they began pri-'1 ,'fues center, indicating a more o[ St .Cecilia's parishVspdngdale; :rly course. The storm befn named spjrjtual director .....t -rom an 220 to at Sacred Heart university, with 75: vale conferences, told the leaders ,about 3M m diameter. residence at the Most Precious 54'that if they failed to reach agree-; Meanwhile, Hurricane Cleo had Blood rectory, Trumbull. 78 ment he would "have no cnoice j regained hurricane lorre in the, New parish assignments have 51'but to take the issue directly ioiAtlantic and was about 300 milesibeen announced Rev. Sal-ltim-s people." He did not elab- north of Bermuda, heading east-Vatore B. Zocco, from Holy! Most Places Close Mondav orate- northeast in the Atlantic ocean. iRosary parish to St. Raphael's, All Federal state and citv of 0.00! Some Progress Reported Cleo, which hit the Rev. Joseph Milfir--- --'Wl11 0.00: Democrat State ana National j last week and then churned (Fitzgerald, from St. The long Labor Day weekend, signaling the end p.m. from Travis Air; vacation-time leisure, starts tomorrow night for thousands'" of area residents, who are making special plans for "a last fling" before returning to more circumscribed rou- shotjown, turns in his resignation as requires that we pro- attorney general today. iceed slowly and steadily in With- i Kennedy, who already has the central government -the admiral. It 3 good to have: his tor ,he its many unwarranted inter- you oacK. j in New meet5 Presi. ventions in our private economic TU "HE den( Johnson to make lives." _ The pilot and his comely, mi-! his departure from the cabinet: UM burn-haired wife, Sara, arrived !post his aEsa5sinated Assailing Johnson's handling of gave him in 1961 the Selective Service program, Force base, Calif., where she had! B Goldwater declared: gone to meet him earlier in The JS-year-pld Kennedy thus "Republicans understand that evening after his flight from Hon-1 becomes the fourth member of the military forces need trained the original New Frontier cabinetivoiunteers who make tne military to step out, and the first to a career. iolulu. Both wore leis as they came nces wHI be closed Monday asl 'down the plane's ramp at San Johnson succeeded John F.i IV.lllChairman John Bailey toldjthrough the Caribbean, acrossjstamford, to Our Lady of Grace, Barometer (lla.m. SO.lO'newsmen at the end of yester-l Cuba "and up to the Florida eastistratford' Humidity (11 a.m. reading) 61% day's initial negotiating that "We assistant; the Rev. (Continued on Page Four) j think we have made some SUN, MOON AND STARS j progress and we have some coin- Thursday, Sept. 3 Imon ground. But we discussed] Two hundred and forty-seventh; day of the year. Seventy-fifth' day of summer. The Sun sets: tonight at o'clock and rises; tomorrow at a.m. The Moon; rises tomorrow at a.m. andj .there will be a new Moon 'Sat. urday. (Continued on Page Four) (Continued on Page Four) TONIGHT AT KENNEDY STADIUM Sen. Thomas J. Dodd will speak The telescopic planet, ceremonies dedicating the Is now almost directly beyond] new John F. Kennedy municipal the Sun. Us, distance from the i stadium tonight at 8 o'clock, Earth is about million miles, the greateit.it will be this year. Today a.m. p.m. a.m. THE TIDE Low Tomorrow a.m. p.m. a.m. p.m. coi.vrs The rtaweed pollen count, prepared by medlcftl cttptnmtnl fit Btttoeport hospltHl the tjboratory division At the city's Heiltn department, ihowi the number of pollen on each tqutre centimeter ef expoied tilde durlni the 24-nour period. ABI. It f AUI. 31 U AUf. Vt, '4 1 7 AUI. 30 l Sept. j j.< because of ralni Postmaster Russell F. Neary, program chairman, has an- nounced. The ceremonies, free to the pub- lic, will feature a concert by the U. S. Army Field band and its Soldiers' chorus. The band will face the south stands, Mr. Neary said. The new stadium, erected by the city situated with near Federal aid, is Madison avenue and Center street extension, off North avenue. It was named in memory" of the late President Kennedy shortly after his as- sassination last November. With Enrollment Bullard-Havens to Change From 4 to 3-Year Program Bullard-Havens Regional Voca- tional school this year will begin changing from a four-year to a three-year program to handle the increasing number of applicants for training, Norman Eichner, school director, disclosed today. For the school year that starts Sept. 9, Bullard-Havens will have an enrollment of students. No girls were accepted this year in the freshman class. Last'year there were about 40 girls regis- tered. The eventual program will establish a three-year school with grades 10 through 12, eliminating all ninth gride students. The program is In line with a policy adopted by the State Board of Education several years ago supporting three-year programs, but allowing local directors to rnake the change when local con- ditions warrant. The ninth grade program in- volves exploratory studies in vari- ous fields. Students concentrate on a particular area during the last three years. .By eliminating the ninth grade, the school can expand classes for the remaining three grades, grad- uating larger classes. The school staff will report Tuesday at a.m. for i meet- ing of, all department heads. There will be a general naff meeting at a.m. will plants businesses and nro-'1 I l'! khakl fessional offices pro die street, will be open for those sleeved "Republicans understand that lobby Kluann was auired Kennedy. uil f Mld'! khakl cottcm trousers, a short-! Preceding him were Secretary; is not social or it is to Since Labor Day, this year, co- who wish access to "mail drops incides with the first day of the ob Jewish New Year many bers of Ihe Jewish community; will spend the day in prayer! and contemplation, either recipt and dispatch of! houses homes. anah, begins Sunday at sunset and marks the start of the year i The Unemployment Compensa- lnelr'tion office, 67 Washington avenue, of worship or in The holiday, Rosh Hash- u.jn be Monday Preparing for School Hard on the heels oi Labor frantic rush to ready small fryi for the start of a new school shirt and slippers. His Labor Arthur J. keep the peace of the jwife clung firmly to his arm. now a Supreme court justice; jhe said. "To use military services Navy officials said that hei Sccretary of Welfare Abraham A.'for political or social schemes- would'be checked up immediate-1 Ribicoff- now a senator from'as this administration to ly at a San Diego naval hospital! Connecticut, and Postmasterldrift closer to war on an ebbing for injuries he received when1 General J. Edward Day. who quit 'tide of military strength." he was shot down. to return to private life. Goldwater said the Republican Klusmann embraced his par-j Six members of the original party (Continued on Page Four) (Continued on Page Four) shops a short work week. They will be closed both on Monday and on Wednesday, their usual! recess. tores, with the ception of those whose proprie- tors are observing Rosh Hashan- ah, will be open Monday. Post office service in the dis- trict will cut down Monday to "Special Delivery" matter and no window service of any kind Chuckle Parents who are afraid to put their fool down usually have children who step on their too. (Ooyyriflit General Feature! Corp.) schools, Sept. 9. The annual Labor Day week- end migration which sees the In City Bees Still on a Rampage; 106 More Bite Cases Treated j "I promise an administration ;that will keep the he added, "and keep faith with free- jdom at the same time." He did not spell out his charge (Continued on Page Four) Bees are continuing to take ai return of vacationers and visitors! stinging toll in victims in the to their respective homes is ex- Bridgeport area, according to a petted to jam main road ar- teries. The State Highway department warns drivers to use extreme caution during the 78-hour holi- day starting tomorrow at 6 p.m. and. concluding Monday at mid- night. Labor Day weekend been fatality free only .once in the last 20 years, the department survey conducted today. j Four hospital emergency wards reported more than 106 cases of bee stings the past three weeks. Another survey, taken Aug. 13, disclosed more than 70 cases were treated in the preceding two-week period. No persons required hospitali- zation, according to hospital of- ficials. Medical authorities and city health officials urged persons stung by bees, yellowjackets or wasps to consult their family physician "unless severe reac- tions, which will develop within minutes, become apparent." During the past three weeks, treatment of persons actually stung by bees was given in emergency wards as follows: Bridgeport hospital, 17 cases; Today's Index Page Bridge, Goren 37 Classified Sec- tion ......48-11-I2-13-.M.15-1.M7 Comics County News Crossword Itale Editorials Health, Dr. Grady lleloise Home and Fashions Obituaries Society News ....38-59 .15-30-31 7 21 27 27 ....27-28 21 Sports Section .........20-21-22 St. Vincent's hospital, 70; Stage and Screen 32 Park City hospital, 15. I TV-Rndh rrr-r.inn   

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