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Daily Times-News, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1966, Burlington, North CarolinaAl Burlington . Daily times news on saturday May 28, 1966 court continued from Page 1a Appeal to the Tennessee supreme court. Mrs. Epperson filed suit a the request of the Arkansas education association. During trial of the ease last april Reed sustained More than 100 objections blocking efforts by Bennett to question the valid Ity of the evolution theory. The truth or the fallacy of a scientific theory or doctrine Lite a religious doctrine or be Lief is not a triable Issue n the he said. Abortion continued from Page 1a for pregnancies resulting from sex crimes. Liberalization of restrictive veterans Sor. Continued from Page 1a has grown out of the fact that i was misquoted by the gentle facilities of the Boulevard room to these Viet Nam veterans at any time provided the hotel is one Marine Corporal his by paralysed by a Bullet in Viet Nam viewed the Banning with this comment it s like Thev said. What we do Over there in Viet we do out of Cpl. John Raines 21, of Detroit said. Then you come Home and abortion Laws no doubt lessens Man who called my office Umi in that we Don t need you. This happens. You feel no one sorry a or removes the guilt producing Shadow of says the report. It also greatly reduces the risk of in Japan and some countries of Eastern Europe for example the mortality rates Are quite Small with risks actually signify tuesday to make to assure their at the Boulevard Parris said. As i indicated to that gentle Man Over the Telephone we were willing at that time and we Are still willing to provide the childbirth. Policies Are followed the Ota a number of abortions often equal or exceed the number of live but where Liberal abortion1 births the report noted. Comfort and he added. The veterans All patients ats the nearby great lakes naval Hospital still had a party. They were taken to a movie and in notice to creditors having qualified As Admonis Laior . Of the estate of Hilda Putman Hawkins late of Alamanca county North Carolina this a to notify All persons firms and corporations having claims against the said estate to present them to the undersigned at 909 ton Rainey Street Burlington North Caro North Carolina on or before the 30th on or before the 22nd Day of no notice to creditors having qualified As executor of the estate of Sara Murray deceased late of Alamance county North Carolina this is to notify All persons firms pertained at the North Side restaurant. The Par Ament to the undersigned. To was organized by mayor Paulj this lie uth Day set user or. Foss of Mundelein and Ralph Shields a township tax asses 1966, or this notice vember 1966, or this notice will be will be pleaded in bar of their re pleaded in bar of their recovery. All Day of november covery. All persons indebted to said 1 persons indebted to said estate will please make immediate payment of the undersigned. This the 11 tit Day of May 1566. A Herbert f. Johnson As administrator . Long Ridge Harris Walker attorneys _ Long Ridge Harris Walker St reside parking. Preparing for flight gemini 9 astronauts Eugene Cernan left and Thomas Stafford Are seen in excellent cheer As they make their last Public appear Ance yesterday before preparing for a launch wednes Day. They Are scheduled to attempt their space Mission in Pursuit of an Atlas Agena rocket. Splashdown is scheduled for next saturday. Up world news briefs Moscow i the soviet people got their first look today at an ambitious new 10 year program designed to create millions of new acres of Farmland and put More food on rus Sian tables. The program was approved Friday after a secret three Day of the Central committee of the soviet communist party. The new plan is designed to produce larger Staple crops which could eventually mean the russians will no longer have to make huge wheat purchases in the West. The program Calls for irrigating millions of acres of dry land draining vast areas of water logged soil and improving equipment and techniques on existing farms. Figures released in the press today show that newly drained lands Are expected to produce 8 million tons of wheat 20 million tons of milk More than a million tons of meat and considerably More vegetables Over the next five years. The Bill for the land reclamation program alone has been Algiers i the algerian government has nationalized All insurance companies and has made the insurance business a state monopoly. Announcing the move Friday finance minister kaid Ahmed said foreign insurance companies were draining ?40 million or 2 per cent of the Gross National Revenue out of the algerian Economy each year. About a dozen foreign insurance companies were affected by the measure. One is american the new Hampshire insurance co. Of Manchester n. H. Tokyo w Japan pledged an emergency three month. Loan to Indonesia today and said it would be willing to loan More if other nations joined in. In a joint communique signed by japanese officials and a visiting indonesian delegation Japan called for a meeting of an International conference to Aid the shattered indonesian Economy at the earliest possible if this conference takes place the communique added Japan would be prepared to Bear its appropriate share in the rescheduling of Indonesia s external debt payments and the extending of new Loans. Under president Sukarno Indonesia piled up a massive billion debt to countries including the United states Japan the soviet Union West Germany and the Netherlands. Obligations to the soviet Union alone total one billion dollars. Montreal Quebec province faces the threat of a police strike during next sunday s provincial election. A meeting of 400 members of the Quebec provincial police association voted to go on strike thursday unless the Quebec government recognizes the association As a bargaining agent for the Force. The association claims to represent 1.800 of the Force s 2.300 men. Association members will be polled by mail before the strike vote becomes final. An association spokesman said a limited number of police men would Man the homicide Holdup and traffic details Dur ing a strike but the Force would not provide Law enforcement for the election. Montreal w the four surviving members of the Dionne quintuplets Are 32 years old today but no special Celebration is planned. Germain Allard husband of Annette said i will take myi wife out to a Good restaurant in Montreal and perhaps j Yvonne will join j Yvonne who left a Convent in Moncton n. B., a year ago now is living in an apartment Here. She is studying Art and hand Craft and Hopes to Start teaching Art in another year. Cecile who lives in Quebec City would not be Able to come Here for a reunion because she has four children and cannot drive Allard said. She is separated from her husband. Marie who has two children lives Here but will not be joining the mallards who live in suburban St. Bruno. She also is separated. Emilie the fifth of the famous five born to or. And mrs. Oliva Dionne at their farm near Callander ont., hied during an epileptic seizure in 1954. Athens of greek state railway employees today again extended their four Day old strike that has crippled the nation s rail passenger and goods transportation system. The rail men s Union called for another 48 hours of work stoppage the second Extension since the strike started As a two Day stoppage May 24. More than railway men Are taking part in the walkout defying a government mobilization order. 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