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Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - June 20, 1964, Dover, Ohio By ROBERT SALMON AP Edward D younger brother of the late President John was hospitalized with a broken back today after a private plane crashed Friday night in an ap ple orchard taking two Thomas who supervised immediate treat ment of the senator at Cooley Back Broken In Plane Crash Fatal To 2 said the 32 yearold Kennedy suffered sev eral fractured But he has the use of his arms and and is listed in fair con Less seriously injured in the crash were Birch D and his Both were reported in good condition at the Killed in the crash was the pilot of the twin engine Edwin of Law Edward Kenne dys administrative died in the hospital of injuries suf fered in the The plane was approaching Barnes in shortly after 11 The HURT control tower at Barnes said il was in contact with the pilot and that he reported no difficul It had rained heavily ear lier and was drizzly and foggy at the It was believed that as Zira ny approached the airport his plane may have hit the tops of Sec Page 14 THE DAIIY REPORTER 40 CR DoverNew June 1964 7 CENTS WASHINGTON 83 days of the long est in its the Senate passed the civil rights bill Friday night by an overwhelming 7327 With that historic hurdle cleared bill goes to the House on Monday where it is expected to receive prompt House leaders predicted that after a brief struggle the arm the federal government with the greatest power since Reconstruction to attack racial will be on President Johnsons desk ready to be signed into Including Die In Plane Crash Formosa AP A Nationalist Chinese airliner with 48 passengers many of them reported to be Americans crashed in central Formosa to Nationalist police Sketchy reports reaching Taipei fiaid there were no The owned by the Civil Air Transport had a crew of Police said the a twin engine crashed 12 miles north of Taichung shortly after takeoff on the final leg of a flight from the Pescadores to Earlier reports said there had been a group of Malay sians on They were said to have been in Formosa for a film These reports said one Malaysian had survivied but was seriously In all 21 foreigners were reported on board and most of these were said to be But there was no confir from CAT The police said the plane Crashed a village called Shenkang Divine There were some reports that the plane exploded in the air find others that said it on To ouse law by July In San Johnson applauded the declaring Senate passage of the rights bill is a major step toward equal opportunities for all I congratulate senators of both parties who worked to make passage I look forwarid to the which will not be long when the bill becomes That will be a milestone in Americas progress toward full justice for all her See HOUSE Page 6 ON THI INSIDE Around The World 13 Hospital 9 Obituaries 27 Sports 29 to 38 Television 17 to l Womens 9 Exiles Plane Bombs Then Is Lost HAVANA AP The Cuban Armed Forces Ministry an nounced today a pirate plane which dropped three bombs Fri day on a sugar near Cai barien was shot A communique said The at tacking plane took off from American We hope the government wont have the cynicism to deny these Official sources said one crew member aboard the plane was killed and two others were in The official announcement said one bomb exploded in the residential area of Marcelo Sa lado sugar but that there were no t said the plane was pursued by a Cuban air force plane and downed by antiaircraft fire over the coast of Las Villas The head of an exile group in Orlando I fear it was our He declined to say what kind of plane it how many men were aboard or to specify ita take off Several weeks Cubart See Page 14 A c than 65 years a Dover Wine land late Friday fpr Beaver Excavat mg of Cpntpn were rnpving along rapidly in their destructipn and the EKJ2 theind The demolition will make way for a new edifice t9 at the DAY BRIGHTENER After installing a sprinkler a hotel posted this tice Please Do Not Smoke in Bed You May Drown
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