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Manhattan Mercury, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1969, Manhattan, Kansas Veto troop call Ask more restrictions on gas Manhattan August 1M9 Fighting renews in Belfast senators amendments i f systems for LOS ANGELEvS AP West ern Airlines said yesterday its striking mechanics have turned An uproar in Japan after a down a proposai to submit published report that a contain tract proposalR to binding er of nerve gas broke at a eral base on causing The senators move was the persons lo be hospitalized brief Airline and federal spokes latest of several developments men said the rejection came A National Security Council after a twohour bargaining ses genic biological and proving guarantee consultation with Congress and foreign govern ments before deployment of CBW agents Asked lo announce WASHINGTON plea have nurturedCBW into WASHINGTON AD Two provides CBW training for offi prohibit open air testing death last year of senators said today the light of cers from 35 of nerve agents or any patho sheep near the Armys public debate should be thrown on the militarys shadowy war gas program and they proposed Northern Ireland as bands of Protestants and bombs exploded among police several restrictions on chemi VP Northern Irelands govCatholics fires were set attempting to break up bands of calbiological warfare ernment vetoed demands to call and police battled the warring Street barricades burst in British but several mobs into flames The Issues these Capons hours later Catholics and Prot At least 21 including A1 u raise to and the nation estants battled in Belfast for the a policeman were reported in Although ChichesterClark are too serious to let CBW spiral third straight night last jured and a dozen arrested Ansaid chiefs were confident in secrecy any announce the wheat aozen mi rrmstahnlnrv Sen Charles F Goodcll RN Y acreage allotment as soon othpr wpro ininrpTl HnrinP LOnSiauuiary its iv i James n than could control the Ber Goodcll joined Gaylord Possible and to limit the antici Pubiic and cnngressional the provinces Protestant prime nadette the militant in proposing acreage cut lo not more outcrics which Icd lo met with his Cabinet dlietiea young Catholic demand several restrictions on CBW in than 10 Per cent has been made ion of an Army plan lo haul for two hours and told news On Crumlin a street of ed that Home Secretary James the form of amendments to a to President Nixon and Agricul tons of nerve gas ovcr Roman Catholics bordering a Callaghan order senior British military spending lure Secretary Clifford land and dump it into the Atlan The government does not Protestant residents officers to take control of the Congress should set aside R Keiln Scbeliusi RKas lic want to adopt extreme measemerged from their homes with time to debate the said the Kansas con Annninimnni hv ures unless the situation desticks and table legs and lit n u the senators adding that Ercssionai delegation made the APPOntmcnl by Sccictaiy mands I have no intention of fires on street corners to ward 22 who recently CBW descrves lhe same closc leUer hn i 1 t i w III III rl ltLLtl LlldLodlLl II 1C fnm MT lltfiO f n openair testing of agents at Edgewood REJECTS ARBITRATION leat an jccnp nf imnnHinf nrnnnr cuiuiirii oucuruy council Sons Among them stucly of lhc cntire CBW sion supervised by Charles Du tici anrl ronernssional 8rani ordered by President Nix Ion of the National Mediation in roducing a and I am off Protestant A house was to British Par look ivcn thc safeguard missile s ca gh beteen J reluctant to call in British and two stores in the area were from a Catholic district md faimcr 1S for set afire the firemen were met of Northmi also de Nelsonp and Goodcll said the low prices for his pioducls chemical Then later in the night widewith fire bombs and Parliament be re million a day is spenl on and high prices on the goods he Arsenal m spread violence erupted again In another gasoline alled lts summer vaca weapons and the United States tion to take up the situation in Northern Denies Nadar charge on mine environment There was no indication from that the Brit ish government would step The six counties of Northern while a part of the WASHINGTON AP Unapparently had been overlooked United run their dersecretary of the Interior during the administrative trandomestic and London is Russell Train denies a sition last He said it was extremely reluctant lo inter charge by consumer advocate part of a mountain of papers Ralph Nader that a report on awaiting Hollis assistant 1T harmful environmental effects secretary for mineral resources lke tlie rest ot Treland of underground mining is being when he took 1S Predominantly Catho llc Protestants are in the ma revealing existence of jority in the northern Train contended the the said it had been kept and ProtestantCatholic enmity that he said would be made pubsecret so as not to discomfort is Demonstrations lic as a working or expose the coal industry to last fall against alleged anti public Catholic discrimination resulted Train said that while Dole did in a militant Protestant reac not recall it an aide and violence between the bered Dole had seen found two religious groups has been some inadequacies and asked frequent for additional staff It was never heard from again un THEATRES MARQUEE KNDS TONITIC f T T T T V Metro GoldwvriMayer Martin Ransohoffs Productibn of Ice Station Zebra JWr Starts Tomorrow Untrained youth lands plane after pilot dies til Nader brought it Train if i Korean group begins PRINCE He added My impression is aildlt of Buck CCllter AP A California youth who that it just got pushed onto a said he never piloted an aircraft back burner at the Bureau of SEOUL AP The South before landed a twoengine Korean Ministry of Health and plane with 12 passengers aboard Nader said the report summaSocial Affairs began an audit to yesterday at Prince George Airrizes widespread damage to the day of tne Opportunity Center Port environment from underground run by the Pearl Buck Foun John Dorr took the arid offers major controls of the plane after the for and The opportunity Center was pilot died of a heart Nader ut d th set up by the foundation at Sosa Another plane led Dorr to the yearS field and the control tower ragenerally agree that pollution of KorSngirls It now cares for dioed him landing about miles of streams and fo3 Korean AmerS children Theamphibious acres of lakes or other m KoreanAmencan ble of carrying 1618 impoundments represents was DRIVE IN THEATRE ENDS TONITE t i Dick Van Dyke Debbie Reynolds PLUS T t T The ministry said its audit is J eing on a flight from Tremble fal appraisal of the extent of u of are being poorly treated and that COLUMBIA PICTURES Stanley Kramer production Spencer i Sidney TRACY POITIER Katharine HEPBURN He said the report cites fires sent for them from donors in the The call was answered by Stu in some 250 piles of mine refuse United Spurr of a British adding to air as well Results of the audit may Columbia Airlines who as 237 underground mine fires study on the future found the distressed plane and emitting fumes and increasing of the a spokesman for guided it to the the subsidence the ministry Dorr set the aircraft down in what was described as a fairly smooth The name of the dead pilot was not immediately T T t guess whos coming to dinner TECHNICOLOR VARSITY ENDS TONITE PARAMOUNT PICTURES A MEMORIAL ENTERPRISES FILM Sawyer to seek parole Frank who has been in the Kansas prison 37 years for a Fort bank was expected to ask for a parole today at a meeting of the Board of Pardons and Robert Robert Dockings pardon and extradi tion planned to present a letter from Frank OBrian of Fort who prosecuted Saw yer while serving as Bourbon County OBrian says he now is posi tively convinced that Sawyer did not take part in the 1932 hold Because of ill Brian can not appear in person at the Ochs Ochs also got a letter Monday from Douglas veteran Fort Scott whose office was across the street from the said he saw the bandits leave the bank and he believed Sawyer was not one of I had no compelling urge to testify in behalf of Sawyer and his two companions at the time they were tried because of their records dcircumstances un der Which they were Hudson Indications were that they really hadnt robbed the Citizens National but they did have need for incar BEST PICTURE OF THE YEAR WINNER 6 ACADEMY AWARDS GOFOR THE FORCE AND FUN OF af 1COK TOUGH AND sr RQNMOOW OLIVER REED HARRY SECOMBE Book MJS lyitt LIONEL BARf i 3 JOHN WOOLF Suggested for GENERAL I Original soundtrack album available oirColgenis Record t T f T T T f T T T T SHOWS Reserved Performance Starts Tomorrow ST PICTURE THE YEAR WINNER 6 ACADEMY AWARDS COLUMBIA PICTIMC ROMULUS PRODUCTION d LIONEL BARTS JOHN WOOLF CAROL REED 2 Daily Child Anytime WAREHAM Ends Tonite Only PlfUT k tv til The strangest trio ever to track a JOHN t T f T T T T WAYNE GLEN CAMPBELL KIM DARBY HAL WALKS Starts Tomorrow Double Disney Fun PETERSON Baby Furniture High KAUP 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