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Bridgeport Post, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1966, Bridgeport, Connecticut Weather forecast . Weather Bureau predicts fair and Cool tonight tuesday the Bridgeport Post county edition with far fled county news vol. Lxxxi11, no. 225 published Dally it 410 stall st., Bridgeport Conn. 06402 Bridgeport Conn monday september 26, 1966. Second Lati Fostie paid at Bridgeport Conn. Forty four pages two sections Rev in cents gop proposes plan to shift poverty fund republicans favor use of state Cash Cut in u. S. Budget total is same Bill goes to House floor with billion Cut Washington a republicans Are ready with their own Antipoverty plan today As the administration s much criticized pro Gram finally reached the House floor. House Republican Leader Gerald r. Ford says the gop plan would Cost the government less than half As much. Includes state funds the Michigan Republican said in an interview the top s so called equal Opportunity Bill would Cost about billion of which million would be paid by state and local govern ments and private Industry. The administration Bill which would carry the War on poverty into its third year would Cost in Federal funds. Ford said the gop plan to be introduced this week is a con Crete example of the republicans drive to Cut Federal spend ing. He said cuts Are imperative because of the Johnson Humphrey inflation we re faced with because of excessive spending out of the Federal Ford declined to speculate on the gop Bill s chances for enactment. Expect close vote democratic House leaders predict the administration Bill will pass by a narrow margin in spite of rough opposition. In announcing the Republican plan saturday at a news Confer ence in grand rapids mich., Ford said the War on poverty has had some successes. Among them he listed operation head Start for underprivileged pre school children and the Community action programs. But he aspects of the program have failed. He continued on Page ten weather data irom . Walher Bureau . Kept. O Commerce Bridgeport and Vicinity and Cool today tonight and tomorrow High today and Tomor Row in the mid to upper is. Low tonight in the 40s, with Froit Likely in Interior areas. Precipitation probability today and tonight near Zero tomorrow ii per cent. Long Island sound winds will be northerly at 10 Mph be coming Light and variable Tomor Row. Visibility Good to excellent. Sea smooth. Regional temperatures the next five Days Are expected to average below the seasonal normals for Bridge port of 72 and 53. Daytime highs 65 to 70, nighttime lows in the mid-40s to Low 50s. Cool through most of the period turning cold est at the end of the week. Precipitation May total a half Inch or More As rain about wednes Day and thursday. Temperature municipal Airport readings Low today 46 highest yesterday 68 lowest yesterday 53 highest sept. 25, 1965 lowest sept. 25, 1965 Harbor water temperature degree Days Ysel erday degree Days since july 1 precipitation today 12 hours to 8 . For month 5.48 1966 to Date 23.49 barometer 11 . Reading 30.02 humidity 11 . 44% 0.00 Sun Moon and stars monday sept. 26 two Hundred and sixty ninth Day of the year. Fourth Day of fall. The Sun sets today at . And rises tomorrow at . The Moon rises today at . And will be full Harvest Moon sept. 29. Fomalhaut the brightest Star of the Constellation Pisces aus Tralis Southern will be seen Well below the Moon to night. Fomalhaut is about 22v2 Light years away. The tide today . . . . High Low tomorrow . . . . Pollen count the razed pollen count prepared by tie medical department or Bridgeport Hospital and the department of humane Ift sirs the number of pollen trains on each Square centimetre 01 exposed slide do rank the preceding 24-hour period. My. 20 0.0 sept. 23 kept. 51 0.0 sept. 34 5.0 text. 22 sept. 25 5.0 incomplete because of rain an unintentional fit Gratrix while the Moll foreign can arc noted for being Able to nuzzle into Small spaces Robert Armstrong jr., 21, of in Oldfield Road far fled had no intention of squeezing is under one of he larger models. But it did. It All happened yesterday at 5 . On White Plains Road at Beardsley Parkway Trumbull when miss Eula Sutton 21, of 270 Success Avenue Bridgeport driving the convertible stopped to allow oncoming traffic turning into Beardsley Park Way. Alfred Cray ton a of 1 West Street Oneonta n. Y., was behind her braked and his vehicle struck the rear of the Sutton car. The rear of the Crayton car tipped up slightly and or. Armstrong right behind in his car slipped under the Crayton vehicle. Trumbull police arrested or. Crayton and or. Armstrong on charges of following too closely. Loss reporte in two City burglaries goods and Money valued at were stolen in two Breaks reported to Bridgeport police during the weekend. Zemel break Zemel bros., inc., warehouse 274 Fairfield Avenue reported television sets and air conditioner units valued at were stolen. Police said Alan r. Perry manager estimated the loss. A truck was apparently backed into a parking lot adjacent to the warehouse to cart off the loot vote Pope begins his 70th year birthday is one of work As usual for Paul i Rome a Pope Paul i observing his 69th birthday with a. Normal 18-hour working schedule today urged roman Catholic theologians open ing a week Long International Congress in Rome to debate freely but to respect each other s opinions. The pontiff also asked the theological experts to show the Way to avoid errors in interpreting ecumenical Council doctrines modernizing the Church. In a letter to the meet ing he told the theologians to infuse their debate with Chari to to prevent Sharp Giuseppe Cardinal Pizzardi of the Vatican curia read the Etter at the Domus Pacis Fouse of peace Center. Keep always before your eyes the following rules Unity n essentials Liberty in doubtful matters Charity in All. How Many deplorable contrasts How Many sterile controversies have Arisen owing to Lack of t said. The Pope called for full and tree investigation of theological issues before the conference but cautioned for adherence to he essentials of the body of doctrines of the Church. He said personal convictions should Nev r be upheld As established truth and praised Exchange of opinions As a method of Humi Lity and the theologians began a 10 Day Congress Here today to con Sider 10 major areas of theology covered by the Council. The work of the Congress is expected o serve As the basis for future Catholic teaching. Event to launch yours program conference slated tuesday on use of Community resources the newly organized youth opportunities unlimited revised Ery ices yours will launch in activities with a conference on utilizing Community re sources tomorrow 10 . In he United congregational Church state Street and Park Avenue. Featured on the conference Agenda is a five member panel discussing the conclave s title with miss Pauline k. Webster executive director of the Bridge port Owca since 1951, serving As Moderator. Each member of the panel will discuss a different topic. Yours is a service group committed to enrich Public school children through a bet Ter utilization of Community As sets and the creation of new pro Grams such As lending libraries cultural presentations and Field trips. One of yours co chairmen mrs. Edward Wasserman will continued on Page ten police said. A window was forced to gain entry. Another break was reported by Charles Harmett of 1865 bar num Avenue who told police his third floor apartment was entered and in Cash was taken sometime yesterday. Most of the Money consisted of 50-Cerit coins dating Back to 1917, which or. Hammett saved As part of a collection. Detectives said a rope was fastened to a Section of a Chimney on the roof by the thieves who then apparently lowered them selves Down to a third floor win Dow in the apartment. At the Seaside National Gro Cery store 428 Park Avenue Cash and a Quantity of Merchan Dise was reported missing. Edward Cosmik a store official said a door was forced. Mrs. Dorothy Hough of 509 Colorado Avenue reported her Home was entered and taken. At the masonic Temple build ing 62 Green Street burglars smashed vending machines open. Intruders entered the Candelise restaurant 246 River Street by forcing a front door and searched the establishment. An inventory is being made. The Quick Auto Wash building 540 James Street was also entered. A Drain cover outside the Auto Wash was removed by the intruders to gain entry. Verwoerd s Assassin goes on trial oct. 17 Cape town South Africa a Dimitrio to agendas is to go on trial in Cape town s supreme court oct. 17 for the assassination of prime minister Hendrik f. Verwoerd stabbed to death on the floor of Parlia ment Early this month. Murder in South Africa car Ries the death penalty. Execution is by hanging. Rejects offer of be local 203 follows Pat Tern of firm s unions in nation by a margin of More Toljan three to one members of local 203, International Union of electrical radio and machine work ers in Bridgeport voted yesterday to reject a general electric company contract offer pattern that was followed by other locals throughout the nation. Balloting started yesterday and will continue through the week by general electric company unions throughout the nation. Rejection of the be contract offer also came from locals in Lynn mass. Providence r. 1. Louisville Salem a. Cleve land Cincinnati and Philadel phia. With eligible to cast bal lots 676 members of local 202 met yesterday in Sokol Hall Hal Lett Street and rejected the Gen eral electric company offer 488 to 188. The rejection instructs the local s delegates to the due National conference Board to vote against the contract when the Board meets wednesday. The vote gave the local the two thirds majority which under its bylaws it needed to support a strike. Two delegates of the local will continued on Page ten tropical storm Inez moves in Atlantic Miami Fla. A tropical storm Inez the season s ninth moved West to West Northwest monday Over the open Atlantic Ocean with near Hurricane Force winds expected to intensify. Inez top winds were 70 Miles an hour near her Center which at 5 ., est was near Lati tude 16.2 North Longitude 56.2 West. This is about 360 Miles East of Guadeloupe French West indies and 670 Miles East Southeast of san Juan puerto Rico. Gales blew 150 Miles North of Center and 50 Miles South. Small Craft from the Leeward and Northern Windward islands at the Eastern end of the carib bean sea were advised not to venture far from port. Japan counts deaths at 123 in 2 storms troop police placed on disaster duty to Clear debris roads Power Cut damage set at Mil lion u. S. Air bases hit Tokyo a hundreds of police and soldiers were pressed into disaster duty today to clean up the debris restore communications and dig out the dead from the worst typhoon to hit Japan in seven years. Typhoon Ida smashed in to the heartland of Japan the Tokyo and it. Fuji area Early sunday while typhoon Helen was still beating Southern Japan with less ferocity. 197 reported dead National police Headquarters said the latest count was 197 dead 123 missing and nearly 000 injured. Damage to . Military installations was Titi mated at More than million government officials estimated japanese damage at More than j3qo million. It was the highest typhoon casualty toll since died near Nagoya. On sept. 26, 1959. . Army Headquarters said no americans were badly injured. Today More than 24 hours after the two typhoons struck some railway lines Many roads and electric Power had not been restored in some areas. Schools for children of american servicemen were closed because of Power failures. Two villages buried troops and local rescuers fought mud and huge boulders in the Hope of finding survivors of two Remote it. Fuji villages buried by a huge landslide set off by torrential Rains. A third big june was churning in the Pacific. Weathermen said it might approach Japan thursday if it stays on its present course. The weekend typhoons and particularly Ida caused multimillion Dollar damage including 60 per cent of the Pear and grape crops in Yamanashi pre feature site of it. Fuji. Damaged by Sally rain Salty rain carried by the typhoon also did widespread dam. Age to harvests. Ida hurled the most violent winds Ever recorded by Japa Nese weathermen 202-mile gusts at the top of it. Fuji. Gusts of 85 Miles in Tokyo were the third strongest on record. Mountainous Yamanashi prefecture less than 100 Miles West of Tokyo bore the Brunt with 89 deaths. Many villagers were caught in their sleep by the landslide. The mud Avalanche destroyed Kashiwada and Saiko villages on the North Side of it. Fuji Leav ing 50 dead 51 missing and 64 injured. . Officials at the . Nav Al air station at Katsugi West of Tokyo said the typhoon destroyed two hangars damaged the base s three other hangars and almost wrecked five bar Racks a Post Exchange whare houses and other installations. The officials said damage was estimated at 53 million to j5 million but that it would take continued on Page ten bombers silence red guns on main rail line to China Erhard is reported asking Johnson to postpone big Purchase pact diplomatic sources say Chancellor Ludwig Erhard plans to ask president Johnson today to postpone Bonn s agreement to buy billion Worth of . Military equipment in the two years ending next Lime 30. Explains predicament Erhard who arrived Here sat urday for two Days of talks with Johnson explained his govern ment s predicament sunday to Secretary of state Dean Rusk and undersecretary George. W. Ball informants said. The Chancellor reportedly told the . Officials that West Ger Many is unable to pay More than 50 per cent of the j675 Mil. Lion obligation each year to help defray the Cost of keeping 000 troops of the . 7th in Germany. Rusk who returned sunday from a week of talks with for eign ministers at the United nations was to join the president and other senior . Officials in the talks today and tuesday with Erhard and members of his government other topics to be discussed include sharing of nuclear weapons and cooperative . West German space ventures. Informants said sunday night that West Germany will have placed orders Worth about half of the two year obligation by the end of the year but will ask for additional time to place the remainder. In addition Erhard is expected to ask Johnson for greater flexibility in future purchases to include items in other Fields such As space exploration. Accompanying Erhard Are foreign minister Gerhard Schroeder defense minister Kai Uwe von Hassel state secretaries Karl Carstens and Kari Guenther von Hase and German ambassador Heinrich Knappstein. President and mrs. Johnson will give a state dinner at the White House tonight in Honor of Chancellor and mrs. in peace plea bymalays1a Deputy prime minister set to urge asian settlement United nations . A Malaysia s Deputy prime minister was expected to Appeal in the . General As Sembly today for an asian settlement of the War in Viet Nam. Tun Abdul Razak speaking in the Assembly s general debate also was expected to Welcome Indonesia s abandonment of her War on his country and her announcement that she is return ing to the . Razak foreign minister Thanet Khotan of Thailand and philippine foreign Secretary Narciso Ramos last month invited 17 asian countries to make a joint Appeal to the warring forces in Viet Nam for a peace Ful and honorable settlement reached at an asian conference. South Viet. Nam endorsed the peace move North Viet Nam and communist China rejected president Ferdinand e. Mar cos of the Philippines speaking in the Assembly last wednes Day asked that the soviet Union repeat its peacemaking in the Kashmir War a year ago and Call a new Tashkent for South East Asia to end this brutal commenting today on recent . Overtures at the ., North Viet Nam s official newspaper nhan Dan accused the United states of refusing to give up their aggressive design against South Viet Nam and their plan to turn South Viet Nam into an american Colony for perpetuating the division of Viet the Hanoi Organ repeated North Viet Nam s conditions for an end to withdrawal of . Forces recognition of the Viet Cong As the Only genuine representative of the South Viet namese people and let the South vietnamese people Settle their own affairs by them today s chuckle Many a Man with no family tree has succeeded because he branched out for himself. Verdict to come on nov. 8 Fate of great hinges on reelection of 48 democratic freshmen in Congress by Raymond Lahr Washington up the Fate of president Johnson s future great society plans rests largely on the political survival of the 48 democratic freshmen who Rode his coattails into the House in 1964 democratic land slide. The verdict won t come until americans vote nov. 8. But a Survey of up s slate capital bureaus shows this pattern As the off year election Campaign enters its final six weeks gains Are indicated particularly in congressional districts now represented by the 1964 democratic freshmen class. Evidence so far indicates no tidal wave which put the gop within reach of con trolling the House or help it top ple very Many democratic governors arid senators. The Senate is securely democratic. A Republican pickup of 30 to 40 House seats could mean Trou ble for the democratic administration however. That would re activate the old coalition of re publicans and conservative South end democrats and menace John son s great society. The presidency 15 governor ships and 65 Senate seats Are not at stake this year. The voters will elect 35 governors and 35 Sena tors. Of the governorships at stake 20 now Are held by democrats arid. 15 by the 35 Senate seats 20 also arc held by democrats and 15 by republicans. All 435 seats will be filled in the House. It now stands at 294 democrats and 139 republicans with one vacancy for each party. The up Survey indicates Only minor shifts in sight in the party lineup of governors and senators. It also indicates that most of the vulnerable democrats in the House Are among the 48 freshmen. In regard to Connecticut the up Survey said demo cratic gov. John n. Dempsey favored for re election. All six democratic congressmen believed Safe except rep. Donald j. Irwin. He faces former rep. Abner w. Elbal whom he unseated in 1964. N 1964, democrats unseated 48 House republicans while re Publ leans displaced 10 democrats for a net gain of 38 seats. The result gave the democrats a House mar Gin of More than 2 Tol and meant easy sailing for most of the Johnson legislative program especially in 1965. The record contrasted with the monumental struggles in the House Between 1961 and 1964. Iowa was a conspicuous example of the 1964 upheaval. The democrats elected six of seven House members in the state which had a solid gop delegation 10 years earlier. Five of the Lowans Are freshmen and this year All Are involved in contests rated As close. Republicans also have a few vulnerable seats scattered around the country. But in general party leaders believe that gop Mem Bers who survived the 1964 land slide Are As Safe As anything can be in politics. Challengers favored off year elections traditionally favor the challengers. In the 13 mid term elections since the House was enlarged to 435 Mem Bers in 1912, the outs have gained an average of four seats in the Senate and 36 in the House. Thus the pendulum should continued on Page ten soviet reported to have double Hanoi smig2l Lowdon up Russia was reported today to have More than doubled communist North Viet Nam s air Force of mig21 supersonic fighters. Will provide More even More planes will be made available to Hanoi As soon As there Are North vietnamese pilots to Fly them diplomatic re ports said. A soviet Aid and training mis Sion of some 800 men is under stood to be presently in North Viet Nam but Many of the pilots were believed receiving their Basic training in Russia. Mig fighters and anti aircraft rockets Are among the key soviet supplies to the communists while red understood to be helping with Small .and Road building and construction work. North Viet Nam s air Force was reported last week by the Institute or strategic studies to have a total strength of men with 8 Ilyushin 28 Light bombers 66 Mig 15 and Mig 17 Jet fight ers and 15 Mig 21 supersonic jets. These figures were Basei on information earlier this year. Stepping up Supply. But latest report said the rus sians lately have been stepping up of Mig. 21s be cause of the growing american air offensive on vietnamese tar gets in the North and near Hanoi. These reports suggested the North vietnamese Mig 21 Force has been More than doubled so far with More expected to arrive in coming months. The problem according to re ports is the Lack of trained North vietnamese pilots capable of handling this comparatively sophisticated plane. There is apparently no Short age of Mig 21s in Russia which has been supplying the Model in considerable numbers to Egypt Algeria and Syria among others. No russian pilots it was considered highly unlikely that russians would Pilot the planes in combat. But there is Good reason to be continued on Page ten report to give Airport plan councils of City Stratford will get details thurs Day night an 11-Page report entitled a plan for Airport will be submitted to the Stratford town Council and the Bridgeport com Mon Council at separate meet nos on thursday night it was announced today. The report was prepared by the Stratford Airport study commit tee headed by e. Cor tight Phil lips and the Bridgeport Airport tudy committee headed by Leete p. Doty. The two study committees will appear together at a meeting of the Stratford Council thursday at . In Stratford town Hall and after giving their re will go to Bridgeport City l to present the report to the common Council. Mayor Curran said today he Las called a Council meeting for thursday at 9 . The report will Deal with recommendations for improve ments to the Airport operated by the City of Bridgeport and located in the town of Stratford. Americans Eye 4-nation Force see combined group an bes Way to Block red infiltration Dong a South Viet Nam a american officers be Lieve a four nation blocking Force of the Best .Way.-to. Stop communist troop infiltration across the demilitarized zone into South Viet Nam. . Sources say the idea it being considered on the Highes american Levels but the three other governments must also approve. The Force would include korean and australian troops Well As South vietnamese units and u. S. Marines already deployed in the Northern part of South Viet Nam. A major problem communist infiltration across the demilitarized zone Between the two Viet name has become a major problem for . Ant South vietnamese forces. Military sources indicate an effective Force would need to total at least three regiments and possibly four Between and men. The South vietnamese Al ready have one regiment in the area and the american marines Lack Only one battalion of hav ing two regiments. The koreans and australians probably could furnish Only Token forces possibly a battalion or less each because of assign ments elsewhere in the country. The american korean and australian units would not Cross nto the Buffer zone which flanks the River that is the actual dividing line Between North and South Viet Nam. They would remain just South of the no Man s land created by the 1954 Geneva agreement which divided Viet Nam. But communist intrusions into the zone rom the North would give the South vietnamese an excuse for occasional sweeps along the South Side of the River. Some resent intrusion some . Marine officers in he northernmost military Sec or resent the Prospect of other orces moving into their do main but the highest ranking leathernecks see the four nation Force As a possible Way to ovoid International criticism of military operations along the demilitarized zone. Peking charges u. S. With Tokyo up communist China today charged that two american aircraft and a . Vavy ship intruded into red chinese territory in separate incidents sunday and warned the knifed states against any future military the official communist new China news Agency said the ship entered China Waters in the area South of Pinkham and Swable in Ianes allegedly flew Over China s Hainan Island off the coast of North Viet Nam. Sam site hit Only 9 Miles from Hanoi Navy planes destroy North Viet torpedo boat in Tonkin Gulf 127 bombing raids ground War eases after ., Viet Korea forces kill nearly 300 Saigon South Viet . Bomber pilots reported silencing 10 antiaircraft gun positions in North Viet Nam sunday along a main rail. Line to communist China. During 127 bombing raids in the North . Fliers also attacked four surface to air missile Sites including one Only nine Miles Northeast of Hanoi. Navy attack bomb ers reported destroying a North vietnamese torpedo boat 50 Miles Northeast of Haiphong in the Tonkin Gulf. Ground War dwindles ground fighting in South Viet Nam dwindled to Small and scattered actions after a week end in which ., South Viet namese and korean forces re ported nearly 300 Viet Cong and North vietnamese killed. The koreans also reported Small clashes with Viet Cong near the coastal City of qui Nhon. South vietnamese troops sprang a Surprise attack on a Viet Cong company Headquarters 14 Miles Southwest of Sai gon and reported killing 38 of the enemy. During the raids Over North a . Air Force e105 thunderchief was shot Down and the Pilot is missing. It was the 386th plane reported lost in the War Over North Viet Nam. The antiaircraft gun positions knocked out by air Force Thun Der chiefs were part of a Chain protecting the Northeast rail artery 50 to 55 Miles Northeast of the red capital a . Spokesman said. Attack Sam Navy planes from Carrier Coral sea attacked three Sam Sites in the Thanh Hoa area and the spokesman said they heavily damaged All three. The fourth missiles site nine Miles from Hanoi was pounded by air Force bombers. ground South Vietnam Ese military Headquarters said two platoons of vietnamese regional forces caught a Viet Cong company so much off guard Early today that the reds with Drew with Only Light resistance. The regional Force reported kill ing 38 Viet Cong in the 10 minute attack and capturing six rifles a 60mm mortar and quantities of mortar shells Gre Nades and other equipment. South vietnamese Headquarters also reported that mopping up operations of a government operation in southernmost an Xuyen province raised the total Viet Cong killed from 99 previously reported to 118. A Viet namese spokesman said 68-Viet Cong were captured sunday the largest number captured in a single operation. He said most of those taken prisoner were recruits from 14 to 18 years old who surrendered. The action took place 156 Miles Southwest of Saigon. In the Central coastal area units of the korean Tiger Divi Sion reported a series of Small clashes with Viet Cong units in the Phu cat mountains six Miles North of qui Nhon. Korean Headquarters reported to Viet Cong killed and 108 Cap lured since last Friday when Tiger division troops launched continued on Page ten today s Index Page Bridge Goren 29 classified Section 3mm6-3t-38-.1m04m2-4.1 comics .30-31 county news .12-32 crossword Puzzle 14 editorials 22 health or. Brady.211 Heloise 2s Home and fashions.2w7 obituaries a society news 24 sports Section.u-17-18 stage and screen.21 to radio programs is

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