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Aiken Standard and Review (Newspaper) - August 14, 1967, Aiken, South Carolina R i of to Yea f Servi to e Romke it Vetrit and Hatch Ivan Aiken South Carolina monday August 14, 1967 i an j a How a a a Itaro Iaia vol join a. 2d off limits Sites i a resident sanctions u. S a a cow Public str air bombing certain targets comment on policy a a a i under Pili orders Hong Kong the shun shun River Center of picture is the borderline that separate red China from Hung Kong. In background is a red chinese building on which is Hung a portrait of chinese communist Leader Mao tse Tung. Buildings in foreground Are in the British sector. Tension eased at the sino British Border on the third Day since Hong Kong authorities sealed off the 17-mile Long Boundary. I i telephoto withheld Iii Capitol Hrisi Lvi j Washington up a pres american pilots official sources 111 j cd cd 111&Quot Cix a it Quot j al o ident Johnson hts sanctioned disclosed sunday. A us. Air strikes against a list of a a a North Vietnam targets that were previously off limits to on of Cretu e jordanian King and Aref end two Days of talks by i nit cd Presa International jordanian King Hussein and Raqul president Abdel Rahman Alef wound up two clays of talks sunday calling for an Arab Summit conference to Quot remove the results of israeli aggression against the Arab world. Arof flew to Amman to Confer with in after \ kiting Syria. He then flew Back to Baghdad to meet w Ith yugoslav president Tito who flew to Syria sunday after talks with r. President Namal Abdel Nasser to \ ing to find a Way for Quot non aligned nations to help solve t e Middle crisis. Before Aref left Amman he and Hussein called for arabs to unify and Quot enter the Battle against israeli occupation with one heart and one they called for Arab self criticism so Quot we can Benefit from previous in a Cairo meanwhile the newspaper al ashram charged sunday that the american Central intelligence Agency Cia was trying to topple the sudanese government and replace it with a pro american administration. Later in the Day. The sudanese information minister. Municipal i r. Kennedy Heads democratic club the Aiken municipal demo it atle club elected officers and completed plans for a primary action to nominate candidates for municipal offices at an organizational meeting at the Aiken first Federal civic room aug to. Officers elected were Percsi let or. F. A. Kennedy vice president Irena Rudnick and rotary treasurer Ronald Royal. The Aiken municipal democratic club will hold a primary election tuesday sept. 12, to nominate candidates for election to three City Council seats and mayor. Primary filing fees were set at $100. For candidates for the office of mayor and at $50. For City Council candidates. Primary dilates must file with the Secretary treasurer or. Royal at his office room 230 Aiken first Federal building 107 Chesterfield Street s., by noon on aug. 22. Abdel Majid Abu Hassabo issued a statement in claiming the government was the target of a Cia plot. Without details the sudanese government linked american i i Diplomat Charles Corgan and. James Mack a . Information service Usis executive with the plot. Government spokesman said they were confident members of the constituent Assembly would not yield to Quot bribes and temptations to bring Down the present government. Meanwhile the israeli Cabinet wont into session sunday to it review the refugee agreement i with Jordan that has raised a storm of protest at Home. Informed sources said the Cabinet might decide to Usa Quot greater selectivity Quot in accepting Back refugees who fled the West Bank of the Suez canal during the six Day War in june and now want to return to their Homes under israeli Rule. The government has been under increasing pressure to withdraw its agreement reached last week. Because of hostile jordanian statements including an Appeal by King Hussein himself for the refugees to become Quot thorns in the flesh of the estimates according to latest jordanian estimates there Are 260,000 refugees from the West Bank in Jordan. Reports of Amman said that thousands of refugees have begun filling out red Cross application forms to implement their return to their evacuated Homes. Luther z. Barnett of the Pilot life insurance co. Of Charleston will be the guest speaker at the Aiken rotary club today. Weather monday Chance of some rain along Tho const in tile Forenoon otherwise partly Cloudy Inland and a Little warmer. Highs mostly in the lower 80 Tuesday partly Cloudy and a Little warmer. Kiesinger in Washington for conference Bonn Uppa Cost conscious German Chancellor Hurt Georg Kiesinger whose defense spending Cut have disturbed the Johnson administration purchased a roundtrip commercial airline ticket for his first trip to Washington sunday despite Security agent warnings it we Ould be More difficult to protect him. Kiesinger who came to Power nine months ago on a pledge to Cut government expenditures brushed off the warnings and refused to take a private chartered plane As his predecessors had done. Quot what could possibly Kiesinger said As he boarded a Lufthansa Airliner for new Yorken route to Washington. His Security officials were jumpy Over the decision particularly since someone broke into foreign minister Willy Brandt s air plane one night last week when it was parked in Romania. To visit daughter Kiesinger plans to spend monday in Washington visiting with his daughter mrs. Viola Wentzel and grandchild. Cell Lia Demonica and German embassy officials. He will have talks with president Johnson on tuesday and wednesday spend thursday and Friday privately and is scheduled to depart for Bomi on saturday As Kiesinger left Bonn he said that he was convinced the Alliance with the United states remains vital to West Germany a Security. Saigon i pm a attacking a under new orders from Washington u Navy and air Force j fighter bombers struck north1 i vietnamese targets near red i China sunday and destroyed the i Railroad Highway Bridge at Lang son Only to Miles and 30 seconds flying time from the chinese Mainland. The raid ended a Long standing ban on targets within 25 Miles of the North Letua Mese chinese Frontier. The Lang son raid and two More strikes that knocked out one Railroad Yard and heavily damaged another american pilots official sources disclosed sunday. I officially administration spokesmen refused comment on the development. But the change of policy seemed borne out by the fact that u Fighter bombers struck North Vietnam sunday at Points closer to the communist chinese Border than Ever before. Two raids hit inside a 23-mile-wide zone on the North Vietnam Side of the Frontier that had been immune to u Raid until now. Phil o. Goulding assistant defense Secretary for Public affairs said there had mover been a Public announcement of the existence of a Buffer zone along the Border. Not characterized Quot we never characterize any. Thing As a policy change or a were the closest strikes of the i tactical change or an Escala Twer to chinese territory. All he said. Quot everybody is three raids hit previously going to have to make that untouched targets on the third determination themselves. The consecutive Day of missions raids have to speak for near Hanoi and North of it. j the Bridge and the two two special White House Mai hailing Yards Are on North advisers. Gen. Maxwell d. Vietnam s Northeast rail line Taylor and Clark Clifford who one of two linking Hanoi with recently returned from a red China. The Northeast line is special far East Mission for the More important than the president said they saw no Northwest route because it chinese carries the bulk of War material intervene reaching China from other Long As communist nations through is not chinese ports. Other tor gets according to reliable sources. There were indications that Johnson authorized the expand other targets might be removed de target list last tuesday one from the prescribed list in Day before the Senate prepared j th1 intensified american Catt iness subcommittee began hear Paten to Knock out War Supply Ings on u Bombing policies routes from red China and and the same Day that House cripple North Vietnam s i Itta a Republican Leader Gerald r. A by potential. These targets Ford protested that american include the docks at the port of airmen were being Hamstrung Haiphong the Haiphong and by target restrictions. Hanoi airports and irrigation adm. Ulysses O. Sharp dikes. T Commander in chief in Tho in Washington informed of it Pacific was armed with his administration sources new bombing authority when he said sunday that president testified wednesday before the hmm son last week authorized subcommittee most of whose a a attacks against a new group members favor expanded bomb 0 North vietnamese targets in ing of the North. The sources face of congressional destroyed by bombers increased risk of communist military Tion in the War As i China a air space violated. Angeles firemen baffle rasing Blaze Carle after a natural Gas line exploded at an Oil Well Drill int site insuring eight persons. The injured included two firemen fourteen fire companies fought for nearly two hours to control the Blaze in an Asbestos covered drilling Rig in South Central los Angeles. Iti telephoto foreign said Sharp detailed the new target policy for the senators at the highly secret hearing. Struck Bridge on Friday . Planes struck i assure. Quot we got it ifs one Navy Pilot reported in a radio message after bombs rained Down on the Lang son Bridge a the Paul Doumer in gang Bien of it it a link in the raid line Between Bridge 1.7 Miles East of Hanoi Hanoi and red China for the first time. The Bridge is the North vietnamese capital s main rail link to Olina and the port City of Haiphong administration Washington a milers la the standi firm it which won Johnson a stamp for tax increase gop policymakers w w Ait major changes list a Man won Johnson a stamp of approval included a number of transport and military Industrial facilities both at Hanoi and Haiphong As Well As the Railroad running Between Hanoi and the chinese Border. There was no indication however that the port of Haiphong itself was approved As a target. After 21 teen age boy rescued from Well Lenore w. A. Impi. A tem age boy trapped 24 hours in i t rocks and debris in a Sandstone water Well rested sunday and daydreamed about b ing a Quot coast to coast truck Driver. Rescue workers braving Ca a ins that per led their own lives pulled Leonard Boyce 15, out of the Well late saturday to give him the Chance to realize the dream. The boys Only complaint sunday was hunger. Quot in starved Quot he told his parents or. And mrs. Ben Boyce. Doctors at Williamson memorial Hospital fed him intravenously but Leonard wanted solid food. Condition Good or. . Cabaltica said the boy had suffered Frost bitten toes but otherwise appeared to be in Good physical condition. Willard Howell owner of the Well who had hired Young Boyce to clean it had Road Crews bulldoze it full of dirt shortly after Tho boys Rescue. Quot there will never to another Well there again Quot Howell 61, vowed. Leonard who often did chores for Howell went to the Well Friday afternoon to inspect its Walls As he was climbing Back out tile Walls began to crumble and he fell is foot Down becoming lodged up to his neck in rocks and debris. The Well was about 21 feet deep and had to inches of water in it. Sheriff s deputies police and a Rescue squad from Williamson. Va., tried unsuccessfully to pull Leonard out through the top of the Well. One Lenore resident Gus Thompson was lowered 21 times by rope to pull the rocks out one by one. When he reported further caving in rescuers began trying to Tunnel into Leonard from the Side. Miners help Coal miners from Island Creek Coal co. Mines came off their work shifts at Midnight and joined in the Rescue Effort their faces still Black with Coal dirt. They were thrown Back nine times by Cave ins. Digging d i a g o n a 11 a they cleared the rubble Down to the boys Knees Early saturday but then More of the Well Wall collapsed. Washington Chi a the Johnson administration stood firm sunday on its proposal for a to per cent tax increase but congressional opposition appeared to be spreading. On the eve of hearings by the House ways amp Means committee Treasury Secretary Henry in Fowler discounted reports that president Johnson was ready to accept a reduction in his proposed surcharge on income tax payments. Fowler said he was confident Congress would accept the Levy wit Lieut Compromise when it is Quot fully confronted with the alter a Washington up the Republican party s top policymakers endorsed u a. Foreign Aid goals sunday but called for Quot major including a qualified ban o n Aid to any j nation that gives military Aid to North Vietnam. The gop statement was written by a task Force headed by Robert c. Hill former ambassador to Mexico and adopted by the Republican coordinating committee july pm. Hie committee includes former presidential nominees congressional leaders Govor. J nors and other party spokesmen. The report was issued on the eve of Senate debate on a 2 73 billion foreign Aid authorization Bill trimmed by the Senate foreign relations committee from the administration s $ .4 i billion request the republicans said that while Aid should not be Given to those who Quot rattle swords or engage in aggression a it should not depend on total support of i . Foreign policy. I Lection la v Iii i a wooden Cylinder which had tiros Boon erected Over Leonard a i rut rep. Wilbur Mills. D a cad and a safety helmet he Ark. Chairman of ways amp a it As weaving probably saved his Means broke silence to say the ,. Measure faces Quot a very difficult Tho five foot six too Pound Uphill and he said it thigh school Sophomore was was unlikely Congress would Raven medication three times by put the surtax on individuals James Wolford a Farmer Navy into effect by oct. I As Johnson medical corpsman who slithered had asked through the Trench. J Fowler said in a televised interview issues and answers Leonard smother fave 41. Abo that Quot we will do our and ins to Brothers and Sisters dead level Best to make it Clear had maintained a Vigil at a that anything Short of to per Cablevision lease on Council Agenda neighbor s Home Quot we re just glad its Over a his Mother said. Cent or the revenues it would produce would run the risk of an increased Aiken City Council will meet i tonight at s of clock in the Muni j Jaipal building. Among tile items on the a Genda is the setting of a Date for City general elections. The Date is now in december and it is believed that an earlier Date will be better. A request from j. L. Taylor for a water main Extension along old Airport Road will be discussed. New business will include Dis Cussion of the Aiken cab a vision lease. This company was granted a franchise several years ago to install a common Ity Antenna television system a Tower to receive Distant Tele visions signal was erected but to Date tile company has been unable to Supply service to Homes. A petition for the annexation of three lots on North Carolina venue in Pineland Crest subdivision will be Hea

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