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Williamsport Sun-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 15, 1961, Williamsport, Pennsylvania Assessment notices coming county mails forms, see Page 4. WILLIAMSPORT SUN-GAZETTE Tie Weat-ier AP Neus and Sports Wires Associated Press Wirephoto United Press International Newspaper Enterprise Association Today, tunny, warmer, high 83 Tonight, not so. s lsw showtui by ruornmg, low 60 "Wednesday morning afternoon clenr ing, high 80 Low this morning 54 Yesterday s high low 75 49- Last year 80 63 160th Year. H. Olirrr it hum sport Reds Tighten Screws WASHINGTON (AP) ZI House SpeakerSam enable the administration to accomplish its Be11 in and tJic sional leaders with President Kennedy at- the Russid and In. i Emt C it just what amendments might be pinned on the administration bill and remarked that a terrific the u t (ommnmiuni in horst in Fast Beilin pioti sting tin illegal measmes taken bv tin -En-st tiei man. any kind ot aid bill what- Mast Shoulder Rfsponsibilitv travel III! must stamWet as leader of the resporffbttHy free world Rav- Bet liners to a mivss onstiation outside Wednesdav He txswrrt the rail the breakfasrmeet- ing with Kennedy was so involved slrateg and lanki_ tit C'ui tnin Be i liti lans In nnnU sure- I.I IIT1A1H Ol_llu before the day's end on a number to bill mrr the most attention munist hlor wi rr nnd 1 otiiloii a proposal by Sen Bourke B K-lowa lr would- require -an- -anruat- congr-esMonal comrrTittcc review of the p Rast Gorman at Hun nf power-to put- limitations --i policy shall so require presidential anttior; in protect the IndUn ax ooea s -z lluspiml liintliii. ul to the sect's golden temple af Amntsar to Kennedy Friday mg featei -an bpfrn his demonstration He vawed to continue the Itat mtUl diialh does not yield. amendment by Sen, Byrd. D-Va [would have- required yearly fi- jnancing by congressional" appro- priations Jhe, Vote was 56 to Amendment to sinners v.ill WASHINGTON States, chairman of the Senate For- amend- West- Germany wcre tiur- Id purl. I'nlr K tn Ann i ornmissinnr is ud IK t ment over other control propos- near agreement today on plans to a Is on which the Senate will vote pennliye total three-hour debate pending the West Berlin escape ic s can lit rhaiiKid on ind idual thinks if tin Th. look A'c 3" s Alldii ws I'lltc. fm e s H h I iiwlinn I as a result of a JISO a n development loan spending Slatp Department Monda> M hllfl ommendations of a three-man constructlon S aid if it could not cut-to, money t, ants of inquiry he had named to Wlthst0od all demands that available to the loan agency reached general aKric pnu, n Out II HZ 111 _ _ _ j r UJ. tn a statement Sun a li e B LJ oht lined at Ass-essrmnt Bureau offii c -Market Vjuarc c- the af WASHING 1 ON eAP) Senate u> HICK ratic 1 e ncle r Mike -Mftnv will Commissioneis Vie Montana snid today the.' Robi rt little and Ktnnedv ndmmistration s public, nix studvmg a school aid bill is still alive in c ountu s of pross In its report to Wagner hat in the best interests jthan ell out the dfitails of what Hicken- Rusk declar o mr n of place of a pi i capita me conlro' .all in tax I ridfi tin adopting tTie plan are But IK did not s Dinn hope h it c e te d bv many supporuis that the loaTis for goods officials rrno.tedl v lew of the c ill lr VSt the oe cupations aid In sdiirah childn n of d-di ral rjHT Iftto m w tniuhU the SoniMt odaj- TJitL_tttiyul atnc Ei posals bills onto It _ ls tn (ack h P sc hocil and defense aTlcTrr-4-aij on I II si Sli e i t ie 01 Ic (11 sliuik a pal i ai oun d hv HnmeH Hnt ken I nsl SHei't aiul lln n i onllnui cl with out slopping Poll needed The governor date for the huddle in fice from Wednesda to Thursday tune at Ow- request of Republican State Chairman George I in- formed the governor that he would be unable to attend a Wednesday nignt, conference because of a previous commit ment to address GOP cor teemen in Pottsv01e--rfiat night Press Mrws Premier Rood reasons for slam- orTEast Germans to There" might the Allies were talking nomic sanctions against the East GefT munists like shutting off chance it _ He has to be the Allies might retaliate shut the he thought his reasons the- Allies might These were the reasons 1 The flood of refugees to the West was draining out of Communist East Germany many people -2 The sudden brake on the refugee if Khrushchev was lucky when they couldn t split Two Problems __ has has g with County foes of .he -taul 10 be Lhr.eialenedx to do later because -whexejjiere was Berlin problem before there are-UKO Tune had turn German control the Allies supply their garrison Berlin lies 110 miles the Western part only )roWrns jmi favoiaMy._dispospd to a per TRey-GOint to inequfues in cajk'gories as their chief say the per capita tax at "least wouH have eve-rycme paying the same amount the" firt UjiHliTOT'; taxTT dropped in the future and the per c apita tax substituted persons in moil At.CjEJeM'iPS will sljcbtlv less than if_ thejnaxi- mum i e ap UJfJH on both )us grounds id ne cl> H iiiade v eiit fedet a 1 it ic CaTholK tc d to passage without _ x form of help fur c hure hnols M1AM1_ TiTe wiuld of a hijoc keel t! S nuluiM loans 'to paroc hial Cuban navy patiol the -OL' S( hodls as an e xtension of the de- got undei way today with seemed liue-ol-an. Tlv snarled rnitter A third in the House Rules C orn and a satish III. vrwej- HH depiu ____A'T l.lne.s crew wjlhdi nwint. foi Havana and anival HI hey f irt lo-cknionsfi iiti West of Cubans to take a vear airline safe} that the woi k of se i v itmg i would prccTiM Congress It would provide that 1 I thank it s a good idea Law the U Bureau would re- rence trild his weekly news apportion legislative districts on conference the basis of the most recent cen- would in- sus if state Ufwmakmg am fir 'ailed to do so" Fat Deadline Whether commissioners will the per capita tax Into effect next bodies work out some agreement oTTTon- yf ar or m the immediate "future gresslonal at a (0 conKfture for Poslpnnpmpnt Ask Dic You Have 7.ie Smi.es Out Tocay? Emphasize thanks with B genuine smile. meeting with him -scheduled for Wednesday night At tile same time the governor iid he would favor establishment a deadline on the length of Republic any Ktate headquarters legislative meetings How said it had a-sked for a posTponf' he said his administration ment of the meeting until Thins pfpatartly -does _StaiC_ duce a constitutional amendment Chairma-n George I Bloom has a to carry out that objective Pottsville some general Invited tn the meeting are three limit (on legislative sessions) trie congressmen frorr? eaTTT parf> governor said There ought to House and Senate floor leaders be some relief state chairmen and state York Trrny arc aware (if the storm that has surrounded the occupations tax especially in the cases of school districts where jugh millages have set However they are hesi- tant to impose a pej- camjjr in its plare before bearing has been to all sides Alhrit act. n i> tint -for lit Arnf i le nil Me MI an Knit iv last sclav the ,hf m, 11ftullnv C adon -haiRod Drnrn a o- a
'On Aug 21 The giounff bieakmg will two mitci norjh >F Milton rfn State Route I01) Their on a Keystone agaln.t the m m the Hotel Mrtton followed serV- h> a luncheon at noon Mr iioen- lich will speak there also earlifr hnil at State Sen 7 H Confali K hijacked Cuban eral chairman for ceremonies SPAPLRl itWSPAPLKl
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