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Austin Daily Texan (Newspaper) - April 21, 1968, Austin, Texas News capsules by the associated press Kennedy promises Mccarthy sees i faqs killer suspect visits with people split in policies soviets orbit new spacecraft Moscow the soviet Union launched one unmanned spacecraft and brought Down another saturday renewing expectations that a manned launching will be carried out soon. The Mission of Cosmos 21b, launched saturday was not disclosed. But its Orbital dimensions were similar to those of the Craft that linked up monday and matched the orbit of soyuz-1, the space ship that crashed to Earth last april 24, killing the cosmonaut aboard. Canadian Leader takes oath Ottawa Pierre Elliott Trudeau a casual 48-year-old Trench Canadian Bachelor was sworn in saturday As the nation s fifteenth prime minister. Ile named a caretaker Cabinet and hinted he would stake his new Job in an election probably in june. The son of a Montreal millionaire Trudeau was picked by the Liberal party two weeks ago to replace Laster b. Pearson to who is retiring. Korean probe provokes shooting a Ami mom. Kor Al the in command charged that North korean troops opened fire on its investigators saturday while they were looking into an earlier shooting incident in which an american Soldier was wounded. No one was Hurt in the second incident the i n command said. It said two North koreans were wounded in the first Exchange. Bombers open new Effort Saigon air Force b52s struck five times of enemy strongholds in the a shall Valley saturday night and Early sunday in a possible prelude to a new Alliani push in Northwestern South Vietnam. Elsewhere 50 Viet Cong died saturday in two Sharp dashes just outside Saigon us Headquarters reported. No americans were reported killed and other Allied casualties were termed Light. Clifford will make first talk new Vork Clark m. Clifford will make his first Public address As Secretary of defense at the annual meeting of the associated press monday the opening event of publishers week in new York. He will speak at the a p s annual luncheon in the Waldorf Astoria hotel before 1,500 of the nation s be a Spain Tor radio and television executives. Clifford succeeded Robert s. Mcnamara at the Pentagon March i. Bad news halts Market Advance new Vork the Stock Market a peace rally last week ran into the obstacle of higher interest rates and dire warnings about the state of National finances. The Market advanced every Day last week except Friday but on that Day it took such a Tumble the Dow Jones Industrial average ended the week with a los of 8.01 falling to 897.65. Selling was triggered Friday by the previous afternoons news that the Federal Reserve Board had increased the discount rate to 51 per cent from 5 per cent. Friday chairman William Machesney Martin or. Of the Federal Reserve Board warned that the country was a in the midst of the worst financial crisis we have had since 1931.�?� the Martin statement triggered nervous Selling. Chlorine fumes hospitalize 131 St. Al i Stine in. Chlorine Gas streamed from a ruptured tank at St. Augustine a City water Plant saturday spread through the air conditioning system of a nearby supermarket and sen 331 persons to a Hospital. No deaths were reported. Poll a1 and firemen asked residents of a six Square Block area to evacuate their Homes when the one ton tank burst at 1 55 . The Gas leaking is As stopped 90 minutes later after firemen and a chemical Engineer dumped neutralizing chemicals into the tank police said Telephone Heads meet today Washington the executive Board of the communications workers of America will meet in Washington sunday to discuss possible a new avenues to agreement a in a three Day old nationwide strike against tilt Bell Telephone system. Both company and Union officials had expressed hoax a they can get the negotiations going As the nationwide strike of 200,000 Al Cio communication workers entered its third Day. Senate rejects loan program w Ashing ton president Lyndon b. Johnson a recommendation for a sharply increased interest rate on College dormitory Loans has i it Eert rejected by the Senate banking committee. Robert Verlcy vice president of the University of Kentucky told the committee the Loans Are paid off from fees and said the presidents proposal would mean that dormitory charges would have to be raied More than $100 per academic year for a Ach student. This appealed to run counter to the goal proclaimed by the administration of making it possible for Mam More Young people to go to College he said. Lbs signs police Benefit Bill Al Shn president Lyndon b. Johnson announced saturday he has signed into Law legislation extending special benefits to state and local police killed or injured while enforcing Federal Law. The legislation the president signed provides that if a local policeman is killed or injured enforcing a Federal statute he or his family will receive benefits at least equal to those provided by the Federal government for its own officers. I 2 sunday april 21, 1968 the daily texan Norfolk neb. A sen. Robert f. Kennedy pledged saturday to travel w idely and often among the american people if or is fleeced president. Kennedy Drew heavy crowds in Republican stretches of Nebraska As he campaigned in Advance of the state s May 14 primary. And he to id nebraskans a no Leader ship can separate itself in thought or in fact from Tho people of a democracy. If i am it Boson As your next president i pledge to you and my fellow citizens to go out among you to Mee t with you to of ten the Chan Nel of communication Between a president and a citizenry which we so desperately need in the critical years it Scottsbluff and again in Norfolk the new York Democrat introduced his new picture of a future president As a far travelling Leader responding to the will of the people. I intend not Only to make government More responsive to Tho people but to reach out beyond the apparatus of government talking directly with the people themselves and giving them the Opportunity to talk with Philadelphia Ipp sen. Eugene j. Mccarthy said Here saturday there appears to be a deep disagreement within the Johnson administration on the american course in Vietnam. The Minnesota senator said the Vietnam is be could a become clouded and confused for Lack of a democratic presidential campaigner defending the administration position on the War. And he questioned whether vice president Hubert h. Humphrey will take that role when he actively enters the race for the White House. Placed on Fri list South african plane crashes with 129 aboard 6 survive Windhoek Southwest Africa apr a South african airways jetliner carrying 117 passengers and a Row of 12 crashed and burned in rugged terrain after Takeoff saturday night. A Hospital spokesman said Only six survived. Reports from the scene said the Boeing 707 broke into four sections two of them flaming. Wreckage was spread Over a five mile area. A South african press association correspond pm who flew Over the area said a was i left the scene. I saw one passenger and an american named Thomas Taylor a the correspondent said. A the was merely besides Taylor the survivors were said to include or. J. G. Van Der Vav a the chairman of the South african Wool Board and vice chairman of the International secretariat Board j. Holliday the Copilot and r. Armstrong. A flight officer. Hic Pilot Apt. E. Smith was found dead in tile cockpit. Tusker 0 0 to reopen Tuskegee Ala. Apr president l. H. Foster says about 2,500 applications for readmission to troubled Tuskegee Institute have been accepted As the negro College prepares to Reo ten monday. Tin school was closed two weeks ago in the face of increasing student unrest which climaxed in tile imprisonment of 12 trustees in the Campus guest House by a group of students. State troopers and National guardsmen rolled into the City nearly 400 Strong at the height of the disturbance but did not enter the Campus until about two hours after the trustees had been released. After the lock in of trustees the school was ordered closed and All students were dismissed. The College began taking applications for readmission at once. Saying each application would be Given individual consideration. Students for a patriotic America important general meeting monday april 22 4 30 . Union 300 All members urged to attend free tutoring to All University students Spanish 406 amp 407, m. Amp w. Beb 253 biology 607 m. Amp w. Beb 266 chemistry 302 &204 m. Amp w. Beb 265 chemistry 301 tues. Beb 265 French 406 amp 407 . Beb 266 7 to 9 . Sponsored by . Amp panhellenic Council new exciting glamorous today s fashion Short. Permanent wave cuddly curl. And sit easy to Case for. Just a Quick flip of the Brush and you will be g lamer in is our professional staff per signalized the mini Cut amp curl for you. $5.00, $7.50, $10.00 the written guarantee mini Cut Only a $1.50 cuts . 1910 Guadalupe on the drag near teas stat Bank phone 476-3237 witness of Windhoek a j. G. Strip Dom Airport said the South air Dean plane seemed to hop into the air before finally taking off at 9 . A local travel agent said he saw one of the plane s port engines catch fire shortly after it left the ground. The crash was among the most costly in lives in aviation i tory. The record single plane Dis Aster was on feb. 14, 1966, when a japanese jetliner plunged into Tokyo Bay killing All 133 aboard. Washington Uay what May be the nations most intensive manhunt gained fresh pressure saturday when the Fri placed on its a most wanted list a fugitive convict accused of murder in the assassination of or. Martin Luther King or. James Earl Ray. A 40-year-old habitual criminal is being hunted by police for the april 4 sniper slaying in Memphis term., of the negro civil rights Leader from Atlanta. Tile Fri always has limited its list of most wanted criminal to to names but saturday it lengthened this Roll of Dishonour toll by adding Ray. He also known by the name of Erie starve Galt and by six other aliases. In addition to a state first degree murder warrant issued in Memphis Ray is wanted on Federal charges of conspiracy to deny or. King his civil rights and of flight to escape confinement. The latter traces to his april 1967, escape from Missouri prison at Jefferson City where he was starting his eighth year on a 20-year sentence for armed robbery. In announcing the unprecedented step of adding an eleventh name to the Quot to most wanted list Fri director j. Edgar Hoover announced it was done a to insure the widest possible dissemination of rays photograph and description to help effect his earliest possible the Fri is appealing to the Public for help in spotting its Man. Implied warning has been released against any Effort by a Plain citizen to apprehend the criminal unaided. The official report says a Ray hould be considered armed and extremely dangerous. Anyone with information concerning this fugitive is requested to immediately Contact the nearest office of the Fri. Reportedly a native of Illinois Ray is described As about 5 feet to inches tall weighing from 163 to 174 pounds. He has Blue eyes and Brown hair usually worn Short. Forehead and right Palm Bear Small scars. His nose is narrow and straight Teeth even. In addition to armed robbery Ray has been convicted of burglary forgery of a postal Money order and unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. He has been confined in the los Angeles county jail to o state prisons in Illinois and the us Penitentiary at Leavenworth Kan. Men s housing association offer now a Complete flit of available student housing facilities these May a obtained it the following location Quot on the drag 1. Coop 2. Hemphill 3. Sommers drug co. 4. Jorace men Wear 5. The University men shop 6. Clyde Campbell t 7. Jack Morton 8. C i s sporting goods 9. Garner a Smith Book store to. Alamo new amp Book store will the Keal Mocco Cirocco please stand up ? Alabaster $21 the shop for a pug 7 Jefferson Square on Sale wednesday filled with Beautiful things

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