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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - July 19, 1966, Bennington, Vermont Disapproval voiced of Justice Douglas lobbyist Klein testifies today in sen. Dodd ethics hearing Bennington Banner tuesday july 19, 1966-3 Washington up a supreme court Justice William o. Douglas 67, is on his fourth honeymoon. His Bride is 23. Some congressmen say that merits an investigation of his a moral one said Douglas critics Are just Plain jealous. Douglas a also famed for his flair for Mountain climbing a should quit the Bench and spend full time a hiking the highways of Matrimony Quot the critics said in a flurry of official umbrage at his fourth marriage. The critics were a handful of congressmen most of whom already disliked Douglas Liberal views in supreme court decisions. They took the floor monday to express their views of Douglas marriage last Friday to Cathleen Curran Heffeman a coed from Portland Ore. A if he a a Man of bad character he should be impeached Quot said rep. George Andrews d-ala., one of five lawmakers sponsoring a Call for a Douglas investigation a a Call accompanied by demands for his resignation. The critics got their lumps from one Douglas defender who said a from her pictures she a a Good looking Chick. She a better looking than some of their the lawmaker asked not to be identified. During the House discussion Douglas found Only one Public defender rep. Theodore Kup Ferman . Kupperman told up that Douglas marriage was a strictly a private he said a a lot of people done to agree with his Liberal opinions and Are using his marriage to criticize those rep. Paul Findley r-ill., solemnly said that Congress should write a new Law making it easier to remove a judge. The present impeachment process he said is too rep. Thomas g. Abernethy d-miss., arose to say that a surely thousands were quite amazed and even disgusted As i was on Reading Over the weekend of the fourth matrimonial venture of this Justice of the Highway of Washington up a Julius Klein a High powered lobbyist whose Stock in Trade is Friendship with the mighty today makes his Long awaited appearance before the Senate ethics committee. But one of his friends did not plan to be there a sen. Thomas j. Dodd. Dodd scheduled a Public hearing of the juvenile delinquency subcommittee he Heads at the same hour. Both meetings Start at to . Edt. The ethics committee which is investigating misconduct charges against Dodd was to begin questioning Klein. Late last month the Silver haired 59-year-old Dodd listened a sometimes impassively More often angrily a As former aides and office employees accused him of being an errand boy for Klein a registered agent for West German interests. The key charge against the Connecticut Democrat one that was originally made by columnists Drew Pearson and Jack Anderson was that he flew to West Germany in april 1964, to help Rescue Klein a business. Testifying in his own defense Dodd told the ethics committee he made the trip in his official capacity As a member of the Senate internal Security subcommittee to interview bog african nations disappointed in decision of world court United nations up a the world courts refusal to hear charges of racial discrimination against South africans administration of South West Africa May result in a special session of the United nations general Assembly to decide the matter delegates said today. After six years of deliberation the International court of Justice monday rejected complaints by Ethiopia and Liberia charging South Africa with abusing its mandate Over the House approval expected of record defense Bill Washington up a a $58.6 billion defense Money Bill the biggest military appropriation measure since world War ii was headed today toward overwhelming approval by the House. Race around Lape cod proposed Gloucester mass. Up a a Man who hates the noise of outboard motors today proposed a rowing race around historic Cape Ann. A i Hope it will encourage the quiet Art of rowing Quot said yacht designer Philip c. Bolger 38. Bolger Rowe the 17 Miles around the Cape himself to try out the idea a it took him five hours and 40 minutes. He challenged none in anything Quot to try to beat his record. A i done to care if they use a Harvard racing Crews Shell or a Gloucester Dory or a whaling Rowboat with Many men As Crew Quot he said. The slim bearded rowing artist would like to see a wide open race sponsored by a group such As that which now sponsors the annual inside the Harbor race Here Between the United states and Canada. He said the Only trouble he had on his own Row around the Cape was a a set of Nichols Daisy of a White Sale pillows on Sale Serene democratic leaders called up the legislation for debate and a final vote. Little opposition was expected and any amendments adopted figured to boost the Money total still higher. Though swollen to Mammoth size by the costly War in Viet Nam the measure still does not represent All that the United states will spend on its armed forces during the coming 12 months. In sending the measure to the House floor the appropriations committee warned that if combat operations in Viet Nam continued at their present Pace the Johnson administration would be Back in january for a several billion dollars Quot More. Later this month the House is expected to give its approval to a $1 billion Money Bill covering Only military construction and housing. Despite the whopping figure submitted by president Johnson the committee voted to fund some controversial projects opposed by the administration that would add another $1 billion to the Bill. Included in this category was a Start on an antimissile Millie system known As Nike a. About $163 million was earmarked in the bul for Nike a but if the missiles Are positioned around the country the Cost of the system eventually could reach upwards of $20 billion. The committee also decided to push Johnson and defense Secretary Robert s. Mcnamara faster than they want to go toward converting the surface vessels of the Navy to nuclear Power. Besides the atomic aircraft Carrier and five a submarines the administration wants the committee voted to build a nuclear guided Issue frigate. All Forth Elm Reg. $6.95 $ 51,5 North Bennington Road Bennington Vermont finast Peanut Buher smooth and Crunchy 12 of. Tumbler 35 it you i find an excellent selection of wedding and Shower gifts it Noveck Shultz dial 2-6926 411 main Street Bennington Vermont huge territory by introducing apartheid racial separation and establishing military bases. South Africa received its mandate Over the former German Colony from the league of nations in 1920 and has steadfastly refused . Efforts to gain trusteeship Over the territory and work toward its Independence. Most african diplomats and Many non africans were bitterly disappointed with the courts action. Some delegates speculated a special session of the general Assembly May be summoned to Deal with the Issue. Although few diplomats would comment on the Case ambassador Acker Marof of Guinea chairman of the general Assembly a 11-nation apartheid committee said the decision was a not surprising a and charged it was politically motivated by the nationality of the 15 judges on the International tribunal. Only two Are from african countries. An Indian Delegate said there was a a Strong feeling Quot for summoning a special session of the general Assembly and pushing through a Resolution to strip South Africa of its mandate. But other delegates fair housing provision in trouble Washington up a atty. Gen. Nicholas Katzenbach goes Back to Capitol Hill today to try to persuade Senate gop Leader Everett m. Dirksen among others to support the hotly controversial fair housing measure. His Mission appeared doomed to failure. Even before the Public hearing before the Senate constitutional rights subcommittee got started Dirksen said he think of any Compromise that would meet his objections to the proposal. The meeting was scheduled to Start at to ., Edt. The fair housing provision is part of president Johnson a 1966 civil rights Bill and As originally written would have placed a Flat ban on discrimination in the Sale and rental of All housing. But the House judiciary committee eliminated from the ban owner occupied Homes and dwellings with four or less units if the owner uses one of the units. Asked about the House panels Compromise Dirksen said a in my judgment it wont do. I can to think of anything by Way of a Compromise that meets the fundamental that Issue he maintains is that the proposed measure is basically unconstitutional. Although fair housing was to be the dominant theme at today a session it was expected that the slogan a Black Power Quot used by some civil rights organizations would come up for discussion. Rep. Adam Clayton Powell d-n.y., staked a claim monday to authorship of the a Black Power Quot slogan but he said it did not mean negro nationalism supremacy or violence. A Black Power is a new philosophy for a new Breed of cats Quot he told a news conference. A they Are those who categorically refuse to Compromise or negotiate for their blasts planned Washington up a the Interior departments geological Survey is planning a series of controlled underwater explosions this month in Lake Superior 35 Miles Northwest of Houghton Mich. The schedule Calls for two explosions in the Early morning hours each Day for 20 Days during the period starting wednesday and continuing until july 31. The blasts to be touched off at Depths of about 65c feet Are designed to help scientists study the Earth a crust and upper Mantle. Were sceptical of the possibility and effectiveness of such action. Dan Stashynsky a defector who was a member of the so called soviet murder apparatus. Dodd said he talked about Klein Only twice to Konrad Adenauer when the former West German Chancellor asked about the Senate foreign relations committee hearings. Other charges aired by Pearson and Anderson and investigated by the committee included allegations that Dodd freely used Klein a 17th floor suite at the Essex House in new York City that he used Klein s car in new York and that he gave Senate speeches written by the Chicago Public relations Man. Dodd admitted using the Essex House suite several times and Klein a car on one occasion. He denied that he used material provided by Klein in his Senate speeches. Klein s testimony was expected to Cap the first phase of the investigation. No Date has been set for Public hearings on other charges including one that Dodd pocketed Campaign contributions for his personal use. Chicago police Are criticized for detailing speck evidence Boston up a three Harvard Law school professors have criticized Chicago police supt. Orlando w. Wilson for detailing evidence linking Richard speck with the murder of eight student nurses. The professors All considered experts in constitutional Law Are Paul a. Freund Mark de Wolfe Howe and Albert m. Sacks. Their views were solicited in separate interviews monday. A i Don t think any police officer should make any statement that a crime has been solved Quot said Freund. A wanted posters Are legitimate but they should contain a minimum of comment on guilt or inno Howe said a the Wilson have done it even though the publicity in this Case did Lead to the Howe added though a we have to be realistic in these matters. There is no Way of preventing the building up of a prejudicial atmosphere in these sensational crimes. A while stating there were a extenuating circumstances for Wilson a comments sacks suggested the superintendent should simply have said he had sufficient evidence to warrant specks arrest. A it is difficult for me to see what was added to the likelihood of arrest by the police prejudging this Case Quot he said. The professors were not entirely critical however. They were impressed by the instructions a Chicago police officer gave to the physician who recognized speck at Cook county Hospital Early sunday. The officer told the physician not to question the accused killer. The incident was one of a number of indications that the police were following recent supreme court guidelines for questioning of suspects they said. 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