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   Cumberland Evening Times (Newspaper) - February 22, 1966, Cumberland, Maryland                                tonight and tomorrow Low in teens High 3540 fair little change Thurs day local page EDA Fund Status Of Area Studied Lota II Vol 52 rreu AF Cumberland Maryland Tuesday February 22 1966 Fuklltlu4 iiUj Sundij by The Timei t fL Si Md S1501 Second CumWrlani JM l fk iU Reds Ambush GIs Bloody Fight Erupts J O 1 HELD IN police officer removes handcuffs from Emory W McGowan 23 a Birmingham Ala man held in connection with the shooting of five negro pickets in a super market parking Jot last night Officers said charges of assault with intent to murder would be lodged against McGowan A blonde girl with him was sent home AP Photafax Britain Picks Jet Planes To Head Defense Parking Lot Incident Navy Downgraded Sea Lord Resigns To Protest Action LONDON today chose a US jet plane to spear head its global defense and downgraded the Royal Navy which once ruled the waves Adni Sir David Luce Britains first sea lord resigned in pro Five Negroes Wounded By Angry White Youth BIRMINGHAM Ala 23yearold unemployed exMarine was charged with assault with intent to murder today in the shooting of five Negro civil rights pickets out side a supermarket Monday night Police said Emory Warren McGowan claimed the negroes stopped his car outside j the began rocking it and tried to pull him out ROK Forces ToBe Hiked In Viet Nam Humphrey Arrives In Seoul On Final Leg Of Asia Tour SEOUL South Korea AP Vice President Hubert H Hum phrey arrived in Seoul tonight on the last leg of a ninenation Asian tour as the South Korean government appeared ready to j send more combat troops to Viet Nam Humphreys 21hour stopover was expected to seal a US South Korean agreement to in crease substantially the 20000 man Korean force in Viet Nam Premier Chung ELkwon For eign Minister Lee Tong and US Ambassador Winthrop G Brown greeted Humphrey on his arriv al from Manila Seeing The Light Beforehis departure from the Philippines Humphrey optimis ically said the Allies in Viet Del Capt T M McDowell said screaming with anger Luces followed that Minister pherMayhew who quit Satur day saying thenavycpuld not do its job without a new million aircraft carrier The de cision to build the carrier was ditched in the governments new defense plans To Buy U S Planes In a controversial defense white paper the government said it will buy 50 Fill vari ablewing bombers from the United States for each The government felt these and other landbased bombers could take over the role of aircraft carriers Luce said in his resignation he could not accept the Cabi apparently fired a full clip of eight shots from a 32caliber automatic pistol None of the Negroes was seriously hurt Negroes who returned again today to picket the supermarket denied anyone tried to drag Mc Gowen from his car Police Maintain Order A crowd of about 100 Negroes gathered outside the Liberty Supermarket after the shooting but squads of shotgunarmec police maintained order The Rev Fred Shuttlesworth an official of Dr Martin Luther Kings Southern Christian Lead ership Conference SCLC talked to the milling Negroes nets decision on the carrier The government said it in tends to withdraw British forces from the strategic Middle East Aden base by 1968 tut will keep its bases in Singapore and Ma laysia where Britain is involved the confrontation with Indo in nesia The defense estimates for 196667 provide for expenditure of Other highlights in the defense plans British troops in British Guiana and southern African territories will be pulled back soon Troops Stay In Reich 51000 British troops in West Germany willbe kept there as long as means can be found of meeting foreign exchange costs Polaris submarines take over full responsibility through a bullhorn He said th incident would be protested Its wrong for white folks tc shoot down Negro folks just fo marching said Shuttlesworth Were going to march tonigh and well keep on marching There was no demonstratio Monday night but Shuttlesworth said a march would form today at the supermarket located in Children Keep Surgeons Busy CHATTANOOGArTenn UP Today was tdnsilectomy day vaTErlanger Hospital for the children6f Mr and MFs James Putnam all seven of thenx One of the hospitals oper ating rooms was tied up for seven hours as the children from Mary 5 to Mike 18 trooped through to have their tonsils and adenoids removed Nimitz Rites Set Thursday In California SAN FRANCISCO AP Fleet Adm Chester W Nimitz whose fleet of 1000 ships could see the light at the end of the tunnel In Seoul an official of the rul ingDemocratic Republic party said about the time of Hum phreys arrival that the govern ment would send a bill to the National Assembly shortly to authorize the dispatch of more troops to Viet Nam Uncon firmedreports said Korea was planning to send 24000 addition almen As in the other capitals he visited Humphrey will report oh PresidentJohnsons Honolulu meeting with South Vietnamese overnment leaders earlier this onth After his arrival in the snow ound South Korean capital rdm the tropical heat of Ma ila 1800 miles away Hum hrey immediately went to a orking dinner with President hung Hee Park who recently eturned from a similar Asian MEETING IN MANILA Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos right and US Vice Presi dent Hubert H Humphrey meet at Malacanang Palace in Manila today for talks on theViet Nam war After the meeting Marcos announced that he would like to send combat troops to Viet Nam as well as engineer forces Humphrey flew to Seoul later AP Photolax Apollo Final Count Starts At Spaceport CAPE KENNEDY UPI Thecrucial final portion of the countdown was picked up time today In a prepared statement fc blanketed the cape today Humphrey said there had been forpfat roamed 65 million square mile Ocean during of the Pacific World War II will be buriec a Negro patronized both races neighborhood bv customers but of simply by his own requert Thursday alongside military men from all branches of the ervice In Golden Gate Nationa Cemetery just south of San Three Hospitalized for Britains contribution to At Three of the five Negroes shot were admitted to Universi ty Hospital with pistol wounds They were Alberta Tate 56 Willie Andrews 32 and William James Maxwell 32 Two others Douglas Murray 15 and Simon Armstrong 70 were treated in the hospital emergen cy room and released The supermarket three blocks from lanlic Alliance nuclear forces by four Negro the church girls died Francisco far from Arlington Va traditional burial ground o military heroes the last of th fivestar admirals will go to hi final rest I can accept none of thes honors for myself as an indivic ual Nimitz had said upon re ceiving 30 decorations 13 from foreign countries after his vie torious islandhopping campaign against the Japanese I can accept them and grate PEOPLE In The NEWS Chemist Says Hair Was Not From Powers our No Reply From Reds tened to block the Wednesday launch of the first Apollo spaceship in the US mentoj tbemoon program j Thefirst portion of the 52 12 hour countdown wound up as planned before dawn today The second half of the long series of checks and preparations on the 224foot SaturnApollo space machine began at am EST Weather appeared to be a problem A heavy layer of DETROIT Edward A Malaskyand his wife both in r early 70s have leftDetroit and set out on a new career They will spend the next 10 months in New Haven Conn working for the Volunteers In Service To America VISTA program Malasky 73 retired nine years ago as an industrial exe cutive and his wife 72 retired last year asa school teacher will help others to adjust to re tirement MIAMI Fla AP strand of human hair found in the deac hand o response from the Commu ists to our repeated and ex ensive efforts to stimulate dis ussions to settle the conflict in Viet Nam on honorable terms It is his second visit to Seoul in two months After phrey Philippine President Terdinand E Marcos an nounced that he would like to send combat troops to Viet Nam as well as engineer forces cos said such a move would be supported by the over Continued on Page 2 Col 5 and forecasters predicted more of the same for launch time Wednesday Good visibility is needed for vital camera cover age of the Saturn IB rockets first climb aloft A spokesman for the Miami We a t he r Bureau predicted lot of area fact Cong Forces Set Traps In Saigon Area Red Headquarters Uncovered By GIs In Cleanup Drive SAIGON UPI 1st Infantry Division troops search ing for an estimated two regiments of Viet Cong just north of Saigon ran into an ambush in dense underbrush strewn with booby traps today and engaged a main Viet Cong force in fierce pointblank fighting The attack came shortly after the troopers uncovered an underground Viet Cong hospital and headquarters Two slightly built GFs slithered into the tiny opening leading to the network of underground tunnels and fought it out with Communist guards Clear Jungle Area The Big Red One troopers moved out Monday on Opera tion Mastiff to clear the guerrilla forces out of the jungles and rubber plantations about 30 miles northwest of Saigon Intelligence reports had indicated a sizeable force operating there They encountered little opposi ion until late today when the main force opened fire on elements leading the sweep As the Americans tried to pull back and call in artillery Eire the guerrillas touched off of multimillionaire There idleness was said just too much Malasky before they left Detroit Monday there would be a clouds in tomorrow pretty heavy the cape morning in Of course it will be up to the mission director but if they want camera coverage it PONTIAC where in ai fully do accept them in the jname of all the soldiers sailors government claimed it 1970 The achieve significant savings in return for a comparatively small reduction in Britains mil itary capacity 4VSUL t Sunday morning bombing in and who fought under tta fnA British Grocer In Soccer Pool September 1963 had been picketed by the SCLC for about two weeks The SCLC accused the supermarket of racial discrimination in hiring practi ces Owners of the supermarket i Monday filed a S2 million i my command in the Pacific Nimitz died Sundayatage 80 of complications following a ce rebel hemorrhage MANCHESTER England crown court in Man chester has ruled that Matthew McGarahan cannot drive an au tomobile until the year 2011 McGarahan a bankrupt busi nessman who is 38 pleaded guilty to his latest offense Mon day that banned him from etting behind the wheel until he is S3 He told the court he had driv en with the license of a dead man Jacques Mossier was not thato his accused slayer Melvin Lane Powers a defense witness said today The hair was of a different color characteristic than that represented coming from the head of Melvin Lane Powers said William Hartner Dade County crime laboratory chem ist He testified he compared the strand with a sample from Pow ers head Powers 29 is on trial for his life with his aunt Candace Mossier in the June 30 1964 slaying of her aging husband Resumption of the trial now in its sixth week followed a dra matic courtroom facetoface mines To thenorth Jnear Bong Son on the South China Sea coast US 1st AirCavalry troops overran a Communist strong hold and found 38 dead guerrillas The Air Horsemen had been trying for four days to take the stronghold situated in a series of heavily jungled hills dubbed the Little Iron Triangle Each time they had been beaten off by fanatic Viet Cong who launched screaming attacks and laid down heavy automatic weapons fire Find Only Bodies But when they stormed the defenses today following a B52 bombing raid they found only bodies Artillery had pounded area for the heavily fortified confrontation Monday betweenfour days Mrs Mossier and Lois Con us miHtary authorities stance Mulvey two women of strikingly different back grounds Mrs Mossier expensively groomed and attractive con probably will he hard to get e said Weather in the South Atlantic Ocean landing area for the spacecraft was better with only Jerome Robb with Big Ice Jams Peril Towns By United Press International A massive ice jam threatened communities along the Missis sippi River in Illinois and Iowa today while in the Southwest ajtrip to a waiting recovery fleetissooo of his the scattered clouds forecast seas 3 to 5 feet high If all goes as planned powerful Saturn will rumble skyward at am EST Wednesday and send Mich AP a 52yearold os re ported at least 201 Communists killed in major actions includ ing the continued sweep near Bong Son But there also was a toll trasted in appearance with Mrs among friendlv Near Da Nang 385 miles eopath wants to go back to Viet Nam after spending last summer there at his own ex pense A spokesman for the Michi sional thief and trying ot raise three children One thing they had in mon however was that com north northeast of Saigon guerrilla units launched a series of attacks against j Vietnamese government units are without their husbands JThey hit a platoon guarding I hind prison bars tiac Monday that a drive been launched to raise enou money for Robbs airplane fare and for hospital supplies severe across winter Texas storm sweptisSOO miles away Rohb says hell donate own distributed Mrs Mosslers met a violent end bridge H miles south of Mrs Mulvey s is back behuge US Marine base early today and contact with the government troops was lost Both government and Viet Cong forces suffered heavy losses in the Thien Giao district 100 miles north of Saigon A company of Viet Cong attacked a Vietnamese supply column inflicting heavy casual SWilson Sees to Russ Leaders MOSCOW AP Prime Min Subzero cold held sway over 12 states today from Montana to Maine although the tempera ture at International Falls Succumbs ROME AP Tito Manlio WOOTTON England AP j A grocer named Valentine Day won 8196000 all tax free in Britains soccer pool today and promptly announced a free weeks supply of groceries for all his customers Otherwise he said hell con tinue business as usual Day 54 explained damage suit against the Sicilianborn writ denying the accusation and er died Monday after a long illness Manzeila wrote mainly novels especially for the young land plays charging that the picketing had intimidated customers and frightened jmedical supplies in Viet Nam ister Harold Wilson of Britainties on the popular forces i1 I1 tl Minn climbed to above zero for the first rime in a week Monday The ice jam triggered by thej Arctic cold is acting as a dam Army engineers said and communities downstream from the ice gorge were alerted to prepare for a sudden gush when it breaks up Wife Of Wayne Gives Birth To Her Third Baby during a sixweek country last year visit to on Soviet leaders today to help promote unconditional 30 Iii Bemiclji platoon guarding the But the Communists convoy lost 40 100 peace talks on Viet Nam before known dead and another the war there spreads through Continued on Page 2 Col 5 jAsia and possibly the world i But Premier Alexei N 7 T NEW YORK UPI brushed aside Wilsons lowest temperature reponedpeal demanding instead LOS ANGELES AP The this morning to the of North Viet Nams terms ji71 wife of movie actor JohnjWeather Bureau excluding for a peace parley These have wut ui muni niui ouiai miieau a peace parley inese nave TV Wayne Pilar gave birth to a j Alaska and Hawaii was SOJbeen rejected both by the Sai daughter today at West Valley i below zero at Bemidji Minnjgon and US governments In v I or Backs Part Of Proposal On Viet Peace Talks hospital It was their thirdThe highest reported Monday Kosygin insisted any settle COLD SPRINGS XY UPI child 83 degrees at Culver Cityiment must fulfill the 1954 Quadruplets born to The infant 6 pounds 14i Calif neva agreements ihairdresser and his 36yearold ounces had not been named a spokesman for the family said The baby was born on the 4th birthday of the couples son John Ethan Their other child j I have always promised my hc dcfcnse Qf istomers that if ever I won on customers the pool I would weeks supply give them a WASHINGTON UPI topiCong to take part in any peace Ijohnson administration and to share power n any postwar government in South Viet Nam As I read his statement Slccl Output Boost Reported Last Week Robert F Kennedys controver sial Viet Nam proposals Gen Maxwell D believes they terpreted Taylor a Taylor said he have been misin close personal said Taylor the proposal was that sident minority represented in the friend of the New York senator NEW YORK UPI Steel and a special consultant on Viet it nnnl 9 WVHTXTaivi fn Prncutant TnVinsftn tnlri output last week was 2575000 net tons P 18 per cent from the previous week according to Iron Steel In the American stitute Output for the year so far was 17425000 tons against 19 177000 a year ago Nam to President Johnson told UPI Monday night the Kennedy plan seems quite close to the administration position Kennedys plan has been widely interpreted as meaning that the United States should permit the Communist Viet some sort of coalition government in Saigon I dont think that anyone who listened before the senators the dis should be to my testimony Senate Foreign government said Relations Committee last week would think that I favor a coalition government he CHILLICOTHE Ohio UPH is Aissa 10 Wayne 58 a perennial top draw at the movie boxoffice has four grown children by previous marriage He has beenrcnoolsrl married three times British School Girl Wilts Pancake Race reported holding today in hospital OLNEY wife were their own incubators Mrs Helen Acebal gave birth to the three girls and a boy shortly after noon Monday in Julia L Butterfield Memorial from Hospital They weighed from 2 Paper Expert Dies England UPI telephone call Janet Bunker 16iLiberal to hear who had 9 ounces to 2 l3 itore down the cobbled streets j fastest time in the battle for of OIney nipping a pancakelthe international Tnev re as well as can today to win the English leg of the annual Shrove Tuesday pancake race with Liberal Kans Her inscribed skillet be expected a hospital This is the 17th transAtlantic spokesman said today pancake race The score stands Mrs following free elections Ill take the consequences of free Taylor said he thought the Kennedy proposals were sim ply some amplification of some aspects of the administration view He rejected any sugges tion that his comments on the Kennedy plan might be inter preted to mean he favored the administration who Monday of an apparent The time equals the And time was onejat eight wins for Dard Hunter expert onminute 51 seconds a recordLiberal won last I dont know anyone in pspermaking and printing for this town Grace Riggs a each vear town Acebal who condition witk husband Ronald have 24vearold othcr child was listed and her one Ro overallitelcphone operator who is nad works as a hair if I read Sen Kennedysjheart attack He was 82 irecord held by Mrs Binnieidefending her title later today in Peekskill XY and 44u 11 T TTiMfAB f r 11l 41 il V written statement correctly I Hunter who went to every j Dick of Liberal who won the The rules can find nothing that indicatesjcorner of the world to uncover 1955 race in precisely the samejwhich has a he does mew ideas about Taylors comment on the printing was in the religious contest connota paper and time the author ofj OIney considered it Kennedy proposals appeared to several books on the subjectalmost certain to win the racejflip lion dating to the middle agesFinanPior Expires wasicall for the feminine entries to a pancake be somewhat of a departureiHis scholarly work earned him Liberal runs its leg about six respective skillets three from the general administrajhonorary degrees from tion view universities fourihours after Olneys race So the as they race the 415 yards town has to wait for a finish line their EXGLEWOOD XJ UPI times Howard C Sykes financier and toisportsman died here Monday laftcr a long illness He was 73   

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