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Columbus Daily Telegram, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1965, Columbus, NebraskaThe daily Telegram number 1 year Chicago lost in Kins of ticker and torn news wipers raining Down on them Are space twins James and Edward White during Parade Here Friday in their Honor. Nearly 1 million persons gave the astronauts greeting in first Parade honouring them since exploits. Invite Morrison to address unicameral on income tax Bill Lincoln up the Nebraska legislature voted today to invite governor Morrison to address the unicameral on the pending stale income tax Bill. The invitation asked the stale s chief executive to appear before the 49-member body today or tuesday. Morrison when told of the readily accepted. He did nol specify a time. The action came after the discovered governor said he discovered a very serious mechanical Clif tax. Very faculty in the controversial legislation and after another motion to kill the Bill was filed. In a weekend Sale men mor Rison said the difficulty is in the Rale setting portion of the Bill. He said it could affect the entire fiscal by slim of slate government set rate he said the Sale Board of equalization which sets the properly lax Levy now would have to set the income lax Rale under lb797 for the tax year beginning Jan 1, 1967, although in would nol know the total tax Able personal and corporate in come of nebraskans. Sen. Hal Bauer of Lincoln chief sponsor of the income tax Bill said there would be some problems during the transition from the properly tax to the in come tax but he said no major flaws exist in lb797. According to Bauer the stale Board would set the rate on past appropriations nol on future ones. He said any difficulties arising from a shift to the income lax could be remedied in the Bill repealing the properly at the Oul Sel of today s legislative session sen. Terry car striking the enacting clause. He said he did so in Light of the governor s statement. Carpenter Lalor temporarily withdrew the motion so thai the governor could address the body. Second victim Kahney. Neb. Up a second victim of a two car crash near Elm Creek Friday died in a Kearney Hospital Laic saturday. He was Howard Tims Man. 4-1, of ii Ringlon. Communist China preparing 3rd and 4th nuclear tests Tokyo the japanese news Agency today quoted Mao Tze Tung As saying that communist China is pre paring its third and fourth nuclear tests. The Agency also quoted Mao As declaring that it would be unnecessary for communist China to Send volunteers to North Viet Nam so Long As the a Orch vietnamese armed forces remain Strong. Both statements were made in talks Mao held last week in Hanchow Wilh arid i Karla i nala speaker of the indonesian parliament Kyodo said. The Agency interviewed Kar Lawina to in Jakarta. Mao is chairman of the Chi Nese communist party. Arid i described m n o As healthy and Sun tanned. He de Nied reports that Mao had been seriously ill. Lie said Mao fold him that lie had been making speeches in communist China for nine months on of the year was Loo Busy to appear Al Public Vece Lions in Suzanne Jouvenat candidate for gov. At girls state Lincoln up delegates to Cor Husker girls and boys stale have selected candidates for governor and other stale offices. Christie Schwar Dikopf of Lin Coln and Suzanne Jouvenat of Columbus were nominated for governor of girls state. Randy Reeves of Omaha Ben son and Rodney Ruzanic of Ogallala were nominated for governor of boys slate. Elections Are slated for to Day. Boys stale is sponsored by the american legion girls Sale by the legion auxiliary. Missile display at Lincoln hangar Lincoln up a com plete display of All equipment removed from an Atlas f. Mis Sile site has been arranged in a hangar at the Lincoln air Force base. Visitors May View the Dis play Between 8 . And 5 . Through Friday. The Atlas f missile was recently Deal Ivalee in the Lin Coln area. Report Russia second to . Washington Lead ing american oceanographer says that Russia is now second Only to the United sales in Marine sciences and the soviet program is one half to two thirds the size of our the appraisal was made by or. Robert s. Dietz of the . Coast and geodetic Survey. Dieltz visited Russia last fall Wilh other american oceanographers. Soviet scientists will re pay the visit possibly this fall. Columbus Nebraska monday june a 1965 armed state troopers move into Jackson by United press International a Large Force of armed stole troopers moved into position at the slate Capitol in Jackson miss., today in preparation for mass picketing planned by the predominantly negro Freedom democratic party the troopers look posts inside the building and Al strategic locations on the grounds As a precaution against the picketing aimed at protesting a special legislative session to consider changes in Mississippi s voting Laws. Posted on the locked door leading into the House gallery of the Capitol was a Resolution advising no visitors would be allowed inside without written permission. At Boston a handful of negro parents conducted a sit in at the Christopher Gibson school. They presented officials Wilh 12 de mands ranging from reinstate ment of a Young White teacher fired for allegedly Reading a poem depicting negro poverty to the use of the Book Little Black Sambo in the class rooms. A spokesman for the Boston demonstrators alleged educational facilities at the predominantly negro school were deplorable and that his daughter Lead 14 teachers in her class room Over the past year. The parents kept their children Home during the sit in but a Leacher carried on classes any Way for More than a dozen pupils in the room. Other demonstrations by civil rights groups were threatened in Chicago to coincide with a Welcome for the gemini-4 astronauts. A total of 444 persons have been arrested in Chicago As the result of Sil ins in pro test of the retention of school supt. Benjamin c. Willis charged by civil rights groups us intentionally preserving de Facto segregation. Included in those arrested in Chicago in the weekend sit ins at Busy downtown area inter sections were 14 protestant ministers six roman Calno Lic nuns three roman Catholic priests and negro comedian Dick Gregory. In Mississippi the Freedom democratic party has charged that the Mississippi legislature is illegally constituted because Large numbers of negroes were barred from voting in state elections. The Ftp is trying to unseat the slate s five congressmen on the same grounds. Lawrence Guyot negro chair Man of the party created by civil rights groups said that about 300 members and some Oul of slate would gather for the protest. Dov. Paul Johnson called the legislature into special session to consider changing Mississippi s Voler Regis ration Laws in View of the pending voting rights Bill before Congress. The Ftp workers were arrested sunday while distributing leaflets announcing the protest. Other development Atlanta officials of i he american teachers association which claims a membership of negro teachers in 3fi states and territories charged sunday that negro teachers arc being dismissed and demoted under the Guise of integration. Evening except single copy u. S. Ground forces move into offensive position in Viet Nam Saigon up a combat Cady Ballarion of . Army paratroopers assembled today at an Airfield about 20 Miles South of embattled Dong Xoai. The move put american ground forces in an offensive position for the first time in the Viet Nam War against the communists. A . Military said he paratroopers were moved up to Luoc Vinh Al the request of Liliu government of Viet an official announcement Here said that South Viet Nam s military officers had formed a Valiona l leadership committee composed of 10 general officers who have assumed control of the country. The announcement said the chairman and highest ranking member is defense minister maj. Gen. Nguyen Van thick. The military took Over follow ing the resignation of Premier Putian Huy Quat and chief of stale Phan Khac Suu last week. The official announcement gave the name of Only two other generals beside Thieu but listed an additional seven military commands that would entitle the assigned command ers to a position on the com Mittee. Heavy casualties the Post of Secretary general was Given to maj Gen. Pham Xuan Chieu chief of the now same weather forecast rain 70 at 1 . 62 Low this morning. 78 High sunday. 0 Low sunday. 80 High saturday. 84 High year ago. M Low year age. Sunrise tuesday Sunset tuesday by United press Inte Nakona scattered showers and thunderstorms Are expected Over the state tonight and tuesday with about half of the area affected. Tonight will be in the 50s in the Panhandle 55 to 60 May appoint attorney for Pope today a thunderous their gemini up uni fax crash Lima up Gary to Nix. 32. Lincoln neb., escaped uninjured sunday night when a Light plane to was i Otine crashed shortly a f i c r la coff. Astronauts get big Welcome in Chicago Chicago James Mcdivitt and Edward while received a warm a curled rip roaring Salute from Miles of cheering chicagoan today. Civil rights groups called off plans to mar the Celebration with demons rations. As the space twins Rode in Triumph through a confetti and so Reamer blizzard in downtown Chicago negro comedian Dick Gregory announced that plans for a simultaneous civil rights March had been called off. We do not want to use our National heroes to propagandize our own efforts to rid the cily of Gregory told a news conference. An estimated 401 persons had gathered in Grant Park South of the Allrn nauls1 motorcade route poised to in Orch. Gregory who had led la Mullous marches in which hundreds of demonstrate r s were arrested last week wailed Enlil the astronauts Parade was almost Over before announcing there would ire no civil rights March today. March leaders had said a demonstration was planned. A beaming vice president Hubert ii. Humphrey Gre cled the two air Force colonels Whan their plane brought them from Houston slightly behind schedule. Humphrey brought with him the personal greetings of presi Dent Johnson. I old the president Al break fast today you la have to run the country by yourself Loday while i go to Chicago for a very pleasant afternoon Humph Rey said. He called while and Mcdivitt astronauts yes hut Hove All great the Chicago reception was the first full scale big City Welcome i i the men who wrote space Phimory in their gemini a Lasi week. It was also a Homecoming for Mcdivitt who was born i id spent his Hoy Loimil in Chi Cago. Kansas City to. An Alloney for Duane Pope was expected to be appointed today on request of u. S. Attorney f. Russell millin. Millin asked dist. Judge John w. Oliver sunday to name a former assistant . Attorney j. Whitfield Moody to represent the Kansas farm youth As Long As he is held Here. Pope 22, is charged Wilh the bloodiest Bank robbery in mod Ern times the june 4 Holdup of a big Springs neb. Bank in in which three persons were slain and a fourth wounded. Millin said Pope should have an attorney to advise him Al though he has declined thus far to accept Council. Moody currently is Public defender of the Legal Aid committee in Jackson county. Pope was held Wilh 17 other prisoners in the separate cell of the Jackson county jail. Sheriff Arvid Owsley said Pope ate Well sunday As he has since he was taken to the jail Friday after he gave himself up to officers whom he summoned to a downtown hotel. North Central to 65 Southeast. Highs tuesday will be in the 70s. The High in the slate sunday was 80 at Chadron. The Over night Low was 47 at Alliance. A number of Nebraska communities reported rainfall Dur ing the night with 3.10 inches reported four Miles West of grand Island 3.50 Al Hickman and 3.20 Al Waverly. Temperatures through the week will average near Normal. Occasional showers and Thun Der storms Are expected throughout the period. Nebraska showers and thunderstorms Over 40 per cent of the area through tuesday. Lows tonight 55-60 North Central to 65 Southeast. Highs tuesday in the 70s. Eastern Nebraska showers and thunderstorms Over 30-40 per cent of the area through tuesday. Lows tonight near 60 North to 65 South. Ziglis tuesday 75 to 80. Nebraska five Day forecast temperatures for the five Day period tuesday through saturday will average near Normal with Only minor Day to Day changes. Normal highs near 80 North to the up per 80s South and Normal lows my Mai 50s North Centra to the mid 60s Southeast. Precipitation will average from one half to three quarters of an Inch in the West to one to two inches in the East occurring As Occas ional showers and Thunder storms throughout the period. Industrial show at state fair to set record Lincoln up state fair Board manager Henry Brandt said today that Advance space reservations indicate t h e Industrial show at this year s slate fair will set a record. The fair will be held sept. 3-d. He said All available Industrial display space has been filled. Tills year he added 25 Addi Tindal exhibition Booths have lion authorized. Humphrey doubts majority opposes . Policy Washington up vice president Hubert h. Humphrey told a panel of foreign students Loday thai he doubted that majority world opinion opposed . Policy in Viet Nam. In a transatlantic interview Humphrey said he was sure that Public opinion within the United Stales supported the Johnson administration. Plan nationwide Campaign against consumer frauds Washington up the Federal Trade commission Etc is taking Steps to enlist the top Legal officers of All 50 slates in a nationwide Campaign against consumer frauds. Etc chairman Paul Dixon told United press International in an interview Loday that he hoped to have the Campaign rolling by Early fall. It will be one of the cheapest programs Ever undertaken by a Federal Agency. Dixon figures he can launch in with an outlay of Only a year just enough to hire one More Law yer in the office of the Etc general counsel. If it works As Dixon Hopes it May save Consumers millions of dollars annually. Sen. Harrison a. Williams d chairman of a Senate sub defunct National legislative Council. Air vice marshal Ngu yen Kao by was named com missioner in charge of administration. Five Days of fighting in the Dong Xoai have caused an Coli maled casualties South vietnamese soldiers and communist guerillas. American reconnaissance pilots reported that at least 225 guerrillas were killed sunday in . Navy air strikes against communist positions six Miles West of Dong Xoai. Seven americans were known dead and ii others were miss ing in the fighting. Fifteen americans have been wounded. Death toll rites the . Deals loll elsewhere in South Viet Nam climbed sunday when two american marines were killed and 20 oth ers injured in a mysterious truck explosion near Chu Lai site of a Marine Airstrip near Danang a Marine spokesman said one of the injured marines was in critical condition. The explosion was under investigation. The paratroop battalion pan of the i73rd airborne brigade was airlifted to Phuoc Vinh the capital of Phuoc Long province where a regiment of Viet Cong guerrillas is staging a deter mined Rainy season offensive. Phuoc Vinh is Only 20 Miles South of Dong Xoai. Securing action . Military Headquarters de scribed the Airlift As a securing action designed to protect Phuoc Vinh from the kind of attack which the communists launched last thursday on Dong Xoai. If the paratroopers and a Bat Tery of supporting artillery Are committed to act oif it will be the first time an american unit has been sent into direct com Bat against communist forces since the korean War. Brig. Gen. Ellis Williamson of Raleigh n.c., commander of Hie brigade told newsmen Al Phuoc Vinh today that the 500 Man battalion was Emp laced in trenches North of the provincial capital s Airfield. We Are Here to protect american facilities in Phuoc Williamson said. The United Stales Lias a lot of Money and facilities tied up Here. But we Are also prepared to go anywhere we Are in Dong Xoai the bodies of about 100 civilians killed in the initial Viet Cong assault last thursday were buried today in a mass funeral. The smell of death Hung Over the town. Navy jets streaked overhead on strike missions against communist concentrations about four Miles away. A unit of vietnamese rangers sent to recover the bodies of a shattered government battalion in the area had to be withdrawn because of heavy communist fire. Two companies of Viet Cong were reported seen moving

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