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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - June 9, 1966, Bennington, Vermont Freedom marchers venture into Active Man country Senatobia miss. Up a the Quot Mississippi Freedom March led by or. Martin Luther King jr., ventures today into an Active Kun flux klan area that James Meredith had been warned he would never get through. The marchers plan to gather just outside this Small town for the fifth Day of a negro voter inspiration March began Sun Reform party has majority in Dominica Santo mounting Domingo up a unofficial returns from the june election indicated today that president elect Joaquin Balaguero a Reform party will have commanding majorities in both House of the new Congress. Reformists appeared sure of 22 of the 27 seats in the new Senate and 48 of the 74 seats in the new chamber of deputies. The other seats in both liaises went to aisted sex president Juan Bosch s party. None of the nation s other seven parties won any congressional seats. Nichols Rotter Gaiter insect repellent saturated to is Elette rends insects Tor hours him packet Oma #1.00 Rosiu work Day by Meredith who was felled by a sniper the next Day. Senatobia is about six Miles from the Panola county line and the negro and White marchers were expected to Cross the line in the late Ai the Moon. Desoto county Serin Lee Meredith had said monday shortly before James Meredith was wounded by Shotgun pellets near Hernando that Quot trouble will come when he reaches Panola the sheriff explained a a that a where our big Kun flux klan activity a White youth had shouted to Merdith monday that you la never get past Batesville a the county seat of Panola. King and about 150 followers guarded by state troopers marched Only six Miles wednesday before calling a halt for the Day just outside Senatobia. Most of them returned by cars to Memphis tenn., for the night others lodged with negro Milles in the area. Police arrested two White men wednesday when they parked their truck in the path of the marchers at Coldwater and refused troopers orders to drive on. Quot i wont move a the Driver said. Troopers yanked open tile door pulled the two men from the vehicle and found a .22 Caliper Rifle on the seat. Sheriff Albert Blair later refused to identify the men or say what charges would be filed. He said Only a we will not just slap their the incident was the Only untoward one As the biracial group treed Down . 51, a relatively desolate Road since the Advent of the almost parallel interstate Highway 55, now completed from Memphis to Grenada miss. North Bennington Rood Bennington Vermont Libby scorn beef hash 152 of. Can 35 by a in i main Smi Hnot t i it h t lib la in hah i f oho conk get a few mugs together. It popular comic woo do Allin Phil Pakus for a Smirnoff mule party give a Smirnoff mule party whenever von entertain t ii is is the drink that is. 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Humphrey said wednesday America seeks to a build Bridges to communist China and Asia in an Effort that will continue a for the rest of this he likened this policy to that now functioning with Russia and the Eastern european satellites. Aslan problems will a not disappear with a settlement of the Viet Nam War the vice president said in a commencement address prepared for delivery at the u. S. Military Academy. The nation must learn Quot patience and perspective in the years ahead. Humphreys speech was the latest reflection of administration policy on Asia and seemed to serve As an Appeal to both Quot doves and Quot Hawks concerned about Viet Nam. After reciting the of stated . Goals of helping free Aslan nations to resist aggression to fight poverty ignorance and disease and to promote regional cooperation Humphrey added Quot and finally we seek and will continue to seek to build Bridges to keep open the doors of communication to the communist states of Asia and in particular communist China a just As we have to the soviet Union and the communist states of Eastern i heal Sale Washington up South Africa is planning to buy More . Wheat than Ever in 1966 to compensate for a severe cutback in Domestic production. The agriculture department reported this week that South Africa s production would be 400,000 tons less than the record 1964-65 crop. Meredith plans to finish voter registration March new York up a with assurances or Protection or with a gun James Meredith intends to return to Mississippi to finish his voter registration March. Meredith walking with a Limp and with the Aid of a Cane returned wednesday night to his Home Here to recuperate for at least a week before resuming the March. Stepping off a plane at la guar la Airport Meredith told newsmen he Hopes to organize a a massive reunion for the last 25 Miles of his proposed Cross Mississippi March. The negro civil rights activist was wounded by a sniper monday in the second Day of his March from Memphis to Jackson. He was released wednesday from a Memphis Hospital. With the Back of his head shaved revealing several tiny Pellet wounds Meredith expressed his determination to Complete the March armed of necessary. A unless i have Assurance i will not need arms i will be armed a he said. Meredith said he had talked with chief . Marshall James Mcshane and that Mcshane offered to walk with him. But Meredith would not indicate whether he considered this satisfactory Assurance that he should not Arm himself. The 32-year-old Columbia University Law student said his statement should not be interpreted to mean that All negroes should Arm themselves against Whites in the South. A i believe in Law and order a he said with his wife sitting by his Side. A but if the Whites continue to kill the negro in the South i will have no Choice but to urge them to go out and defend themselves a Meredith said. He said his doctors told him he would have to rest at least a week before returning to Mississippi. A when i am Able i will return to the March and i will arrive at our destination a he said. B \ Pii ii. Newsom Chi foreign a errs Naly to in Spain on april 9 of this year a new Law went into effect easing for the first time strict government control of the press. It had been in the making since 1962 when Generalissimo Francisco Franco Shook up his government with an accent on youth and launched upon a program to end too years of Spanish isolation from the rest of Europe and at Home to begin a cautious easing of restrictions which had governed Spanish life since the end of the civil War. It was not press Freedom As it is known in the United states and elsewhere for it still required that newspapers books and magazines be submitted to the ministry of information before publication. It also provided severe punishment for violation of a vague set of limitations ranging from respect for a a truth to maintenance of internal Public order. Cautious reaction after nearly 30 years of editorial silence it was understandable that most Spanish editors reacted cautiously. For example few Spanish newspapers reported that in Barcelona last month police used their clubs on militant Young roman Catholic priests protesting the alleged mistreatment of an imprisoned student Leader. One that did was the weekly newspaper Signo published by the youth Council of the Spanish Catholic action. Over the weekend police confiscated copies of Signo acting on a court order presumably obtained under the a internal order clause of the new press Law. A court now will decide whether copies of the newspaper May be distributed. Subsequent events will determine just How much press Freedom the government intends to permit. Sweeping change change is sweeping Spain and it has brought into play two opposing forces a Between those who lived through the civil War and those 30 and under to whom the War is scarcely a memory Between a government which seems honestly Bent on loosening controls without losing control and Young militants impatient with the slow Pace of evolution. Among Young priests fired up by the liberalization of the ecumenical Council it is a revolt against a conservative Hierarchy reluctant to change. Among students it is a demand for academic freedoms. Added to tills is a political ferment arising from a National referendum expected within coming months to establish a succession to the 73-Yearold Franco. And Here there also Are deep differences. Franco himself is said to favor restoration of the monarchy with Prince Juan Carlos his Choice to assume the throne. The 1947 succession Law commits Spain to a monarchy and provides that Franco shall be succeeded by a person of a Royal the falange Spain s Only Legal political party opposes the monarchy and seeks to continue an authoritarian regime. But Many younger spaniards would prefer a Republic and a two party political system. Strain a a mixture Shrewsbury England up a cob Bright a Farmer who believes you can teach anything by starting lessons at an Early age is using one farmyard to raise 40 chickens 30 ducks and Charlie a 6-week-old Fox. Katzenbach and Ervin lash on segregation in hospitals for the Tyril Lovely lingerie. Dozens of choices she s sure to love. Jeu Elry. Just to give her sparkle handbags and gloves. In a wide variety to enhance her summer w Ani Robe hosiery. In a fabulous array for formal or sport Wear choose her gift today Drysdale a free parking armory parking next door Washington up a sen. Sam j. Ervin . Charged wednesday that the Johnson administration Waild rather let a sick Man die than have him go to a segregated Hospital. The allegation was sharply denied by atty. Gen. Nicholas Katzenbach who said in a somewhat heated Exchange that it would be a hospitals own responsibility if it was denied Federal funds because it refused to comply with integration guidelines. He said it was his View that medicare is a social Security insurance program not a form of Federal Aid and a Man who was denied admittance to such a Hospital because it did t participate in the medicare was being deprived of medical treatment he had earned. The attorney general replied that adequate medical care should be provided everyone regardless of race. The blames must fall on tile Hospital itself in such cases he said. Other congressional news inflation William Mcchesney Martin jr., chairman of the Federal Reserve Board said wednesday he favored pending legislation to give the Atlanta firemen on strike Atlanta up a about 500 striking firemen faced possible contempt charges today unless they end a two Day old walkout which had reduced the firefighting Force in this City of i million to Skeleton Crews. Mayor Ivan Allenjr. Said wednesday he would request contempt citations against the Atlanta firemen a Union its president capt. J. I. Martin and Union members unless the firemen were Back on duty today. The strike apparently is the first in the nation by firemen in 40 years. The citations would hold those named in contempt of court for failure to comply with judge Virlyn b. Moore a order tuesday directing the men to return to work. Allen said he was advised by fire chief c. H. Hildebrand that 170 firefighters were on duty in the City a 32 stations wednesday at 6 . A an increase of Only 25 Over the 145 who were on duty tuesday. Hildebrand said the turnout was a no indication of a return of any consequences by the strikers. Administration standby Power to impose inflation fighting controls on consumer credit. But he told the Liaise banking committee he preferred that his Board rather than the president have the authority. Lunches in what amounted to recognition that Congress Waild not go along with a reduced school lunch program the administration wednesday began Compromise talks intended to see that the present program is More specifically directed toward helping needy children. Agriculture Secretary Orville Freeman discussed the Issue with the Senate agriculture committee. In Imp Dov i scr Vii him scratching spreads infection. Apply Quick drying itch me not instead itching quiets Down in minutes and Antiseptic action helps Speed heal a. Fine for eczema insect bites foot itch other surface rashes. Ii not pleased your 48c Back at any drug store. Today at Carroll drug store Hen Iii nut in. Great for gifting Al Al try or a Zikry a All transistor portable radio 7 transistors plus i Diode plus i multiple rectifier Complete with built in a Power Supply a no extras to buy beautifully designed the r-159 has smart and distinctive leather like Cabinet. 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