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Manitowoc Herald Times (Newspaper) - January 15, 1966, Manitowoc, Wisconsin MANITOWOC HERALD-TIMES Vol. 82 Second Class postage paid at Manitowoc, Wis. MANITOWOC, WIS., SATURDAY, JAN. 15, 1966 Published daily except Sundays and Holi- days at 702 Franklin St., Manitowoc, Wis. 54221 Price Ten Cents Moro Offers LBJ Support in Peace Bid ROME (AP) Italian Pre- mier Aldo Moro, bolstered by i. concidence vote in the Chamber of Deputies, was expected t _ Bailey, father of four, lived the army supported it. Jakarta and monitoredly.( with his family in an expensive 'sections of the army were said'horo mansion in suburban Woodland ,to be in conflict. i Hills. His attorney, Albert Police were reported main- ber, told newsmen Bailey had'taining law and order in Lagos, Indonesian capital of the students will be patient ffl h dg broadcast brand us as idiots so quick- The blast ripped eight large windows on the first the utility and sent across Passing sarcastic He said the people of Indone- about (First Deputy remarks] Prime the street. The street was emp- Ity at the time. E. R. Felber, president of the sia should not think only of Minister) Subandrio and (Third their stomachs and rice. 'Deputy Prime Minister Chaer- :'been police" trouble with the the capital, in his youth, but had; jt was emphasized that successful_ land .devel- situation was extremely con- "A nation that wants to be ul) Salleh and calling them idi- building criiiMfTiollTr onrl nf c1 flnae nnf cViniTT cfnnH ._r j utility, said there did not seem to be any important structural damage to weaken the four great spiritually and physically ots does not show good charac- Indonesia should concen-iter." WCI t; cut u j LJWU.V.C iaiiwfc j preferred personal sacri-guns Thursday night as they and construction estimator fused and might change from A _ .t j_i_ _ ii____i- SIHC6 19oO. fice to insensitivity. Sen. Douglas to Run Again, Faces Percy CHICAGO (AP) Paul H. Douglas, a one-time professor of economics who for 18 years has represented Illinois in the U.S. Senate, has taken up the politi- cal challenge of a former stu- dent. The student is Charles H. Per- cy, defeated Republican guber- natorial candidate in 1964 who has shifted his sights to a Sen- ate seat. Sen. Douglas heard Vice Pres- ident Hubert H. Humphrey tell Democrats at a plate fund-raising dinner Friday night that they must "press, beg, wheedle, persuade, cajole and the Senate veteran into his fourth campaign. Wants Campaign Chest Douglas, who had said he Plane Plunge Takes 51 Lives 10 Survive; Airliner Splits BOGOTA, Colombia (AP) A Colombian airliner with 61 persons on board plunged into the t Firestone thresh- Capt Hankms said investigating a to hour. 3 A broadcast from Lagos heard, chan.ce in Cotonou, capital of neighbor-! crossed hold. Beverly Hills Police Capt. on John E. Hankins said "P.to persons were in- mg Dahomey, said the army, ScaUa, who had gone to police 'X Yelin ft and'had seized power "to bring ah in fear for his life, had the ransom might be as end to gangsterism and disor- and had recruit- as mjlllon- be said, der i was disclosed by a strange note I The proclamation was read on in Bailey's wallet. _ 'the radio by a high ranking of- Firestone, after the shooting ficer whose name could not ac mror (rTViic Ji-ae Koan ____i. T -t ed Bailey. "Scalla and another person originally planned the kidnap- Hankins Scalla's and was went out looking for another tied in with Bailey. said, "but I was ovef.' Thlf has been made oat. In a calm voice, he partner got arrested 'a very distressing and upsetting said an end must be brought to L.. sent to jail. Then to 'despotism and corruption in M- 0V KSV. lUflQ
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