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Cumberland Evening Times (Newspaper) - June 14, 1965, Cumberland, Maryland Cloudy Lont lit 58fij raw Likely tomorrow Ille temperature change wednesday m Toca vol Civ i6s Milt ii la Gilfil i Iii politically Erk ten a Vanir my 1 Cumler Iladel Mil j y inc thu High at Dong Xoai my i i ii delay faces Congress in session end Tough Sci Olulo of Hills Couhig wreck labor Day deadline Washington a after More than six months of fairly smooth sailing Congress heading into Shoa infested Waters that May wreck its plans to adjourn by labor Day voting rights Union shops foreign Aid health care for the elderly minimum wages Clos ing of some military bases legislative reapportionment excise taxes the Antipoverty program and pay raises for military and civilian personnel Are among the snags that lie ahead not even one of the dozen an Nual appropriation Bills to finance he government for the fiscal year starting july i has been sent to the president Al though most of them have cleared the House fall session sighted although publicly voicing Confidence that All the necessary legislation can be disposed of by labor Day some congressional leaders already Are considering a summer recess followed by fall session such a recess is a distinct possibility for the House which is legislatively in better shape than the Senate two of the major pending Bills Are on the Senate Calendar this week they Are the foreign Aid authorization Bill and a measure which would Cut or repeal emergency excise tax rates both have passed the House but Senate changes will require further House action Only one major Bill is on the House schedule this week it Calls for creation of a Cabinet level department of Urban development the voting rights Bill passed by the Senate after a curtailed filibuster has been approved Wilh major changes by the Laws been House judiciary committee it probably will be held up several More weeks in the committee and is to reach the floor before month the threat of it goes Back to the Senate action seen delayed a Bill to prohibit state against Union shops has approved by the House labor committee but has not yet been considered by the Senate it is being held up in the House pending action on separate legislation to protect negroes Job rights the whole subject May be dropped until next year the health care Bill passed by the House More than two months ago is bogged Down in the Senate finance committee the administrations Bill to broaden application of the mini mum wage Law is in the hearing stage in the House labor com Mittee continued on Page 2 co 2 Bridge crash leaves 4 dead Norfolk a cot Ision on a Bridge of the million Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel turned the Span into a flaming death trap for four per sons today there was no immediate identification of he victims but they were reported o have been Riding in an automobile bearing Connecticut License plates police said the initial investigation indicated the collision re wont go to Washington prime minister Shastri of India tells reporters in Ottawa today that he has been invited by president Johnson to visit Washington in the fall but that he wont be Able to accept the reason Given by or Shastri for declining the invitation that the Indian parliament would be in was Federal judge due to name Pope lawyer Kansas City map a photo fax Pope As the 22yearold Man re Mains in Missouri Moody is Niblic defender of the Jackson county Legal Aid committee the recommendation was made by f Russell millin us attorney for Western Missouri Pope football coca Tain who graduated May 30 from Mcpher son College is being held under 5100000 Bond Pend ing a preliminary hearing june 25 on a Federal charge of Bank robbery and shooting a staff member Robert Richards attorney for Deuel county neb was Confer ring today with Theodore Rich Ling us attorney in Omaha to decide whether the Federal government or the state of Nebraska shall prosecute Pope Richling said Pope could be tried in both state and Federal courts without double jeopardy the death penalty could sought in both courts Pope who surrendered to Kansas City police Friday was visited in jail saturday by his parents a brother Dennis h and his sister Ello 14 who had driven from their Home near Roxbury Kan the Popes with Tea filled eyes declined com ment after the meeting be Cool Ives Olfier we for area Baltimore up Kive Day forecast temperatures will average two to five de Grees below a Normal Hightow Range of 8461 in the East and 8055 in the West Cool weather will be followed by slow rising temperatures near the weekend rain amounts will Range from one tenth to about eight tenths of an Inch occur ring As scattered showers and thundershowers during the Middle of the week russian reds face revolt expert cites Washington up1 a French specialist on soviet affairs today predicted a revolution would occur in Russia around 1970 with a Liberal socialist regime supplanting the communist party Michel Garder of the French Institute of strategic studies said the world is witnessing the death throes of the pres ent Lenin marxist regime in Russia in a copyrighted interview in us news world report Magazine Garder said the revolution would Clark chosen As u s envy v to Australia j a jail l i relaxation at his Texas ranch during the weekend the pres space heroes Given ovation in Chicago rights groups plan protests in Windy City Humphrey to Occi astronauts who sol bulletin Chicago ruin Astro nauts James Mcdivitt and Edward White flew to Chicago today for a rip roaring civic reception threatened by civil rights demonstrations the space twins landed at Ohare International Airport for the first stage of a Day Jong Welcome Chicago a astronauts Edward ii White if and James a Mcdivitt receive Chicago civil honors today civil rights groups protesting de Facto school segregation say they plan another demonstration that May mar the Celebration the festivities Start with the arrival of the astronauts and their wives in separate planes at Ohare International Airport from Houston Tex vice president and mrs Huijer h Humphrey Are to arrive from Washington in time to Greet White and Mcdivitt with mayor Richard j Daley and Illinois gov Otto Kemer Washington a Percsi an Dent Johnson was Back at his the astronauts to downtown Chi of ticker tape a ident nominated Texas banker attorney Edward a Clark 58 a longtime personal and political Friend As ambassador to Australia signed a Bill authorizing military appropriations of 4 still i in billion the billion measure includes s5 8 for aircraft billion for missiles for naval ves Sels and s64 billion for re search development tests and evaluation appointed 12 Public Mem Bers o the consumer advisory Council and picked or Richard h Holton former assistant Secretary of Commerce and now a University of California professor As chairman Rade in the afternoon there will be a session Between the astronauts and 6000 High school students and in the evening a fireworks display meantime school protest groups whose demonstrations since thursday have resulted in traffic jams and nearly 450 arrests plan to assemble for what their leaders say will be another demonstration we will act in relation to the astronauts one Leader Albert Raby 31 said he indicated an other Road clogging demonstration May take place another Leader negro come Dian Dick Gregory told a civil rights rally sunday weve 30 something planned for Tomor Row that will upset the whole country but not Embarrass any of us Tor the viru it Jordan s Misban Sybil Burton 38 former f with Sci in York ves the discotheque Arthur in by the new mrs Christopher India Leader declines invitation by Johnson Ottawa minister Lai Bahadur Shastri of Cha sad today president Johnson has invited him to fan but thai conference he could not go to washing i to i chinese reds plan for two atomic tests non traditional trend of math Cytha it i Halen ical errors in re ton then because the Indian parliament will be in session Johnson cancelled a visit by of Shastri to Washington this month on the grounds that he would be Busy with Congress and the Viet Nam situation the Indian Leader said the at Joti tucs of the countries involved Tokyo the1 Tho Viet Nam conflict have japanese news Agency today 8reatly stiffened in the last quoted Mao Tzejung As a that communist China s fort of old Nann its third Andrj Annc f t paring its third and fourth no m income magical errors returns h said errors ran More than 3 o 1 m favor of the government f compared to a above by the managerial class favor of taxpayers durin revolution said the leaders would insulted when a tractor trailer lire blew on a moving across the two Lane Bridge the heavy flames i on the Span and burst into Fly of aided past two Vears the part of the technical Malcolm Kilduff a aided perhaps White House press by some traitors from he who is Formin of assistant Secretary our Jet idiom inc is to Ramg a communist party who feel relations firm wind Chan Washington Faiuu Rok loaders fors organized now parly Seoul Korea a presi Dent Chung Hee Parks political opponents formed a new party today called the min Jim masses party and vowed to Parks plan to Diplo Matic relations with Japan soon wind changing along w i t h them perhaps some o of the police and army pre Subiciu p nn1 by managers Are a clams bigger and bigger ideas As i hey Ciao f a pc make contacts Wilh the West hammed Azul o and see whal is wrong in re Sirrinni Olav for protest rehiring recent civil rights protests have entered on the school boards rehiring May 29 of supt Benjamin c Willis described continued on Page 2 col 5 Boston woman stays alive by using pig liver Boston old Boston Jis being Mol Whilo her Clear tests the Agency s declaring in Nercessan also quoted Mao that for us troops guard Field after clash j 00 Hod ipg found by rang Fth North of shuttered town Saigon South Viet Nam a vietnamese rangers combing a rubber Plantation a isl North of the shattered town of Dong Xoai found the bodies of about Kkt government troops today the remains of the 7th airborne battalion a us Mili tary spokesman announced Dong Xoai was reported quiet but braced for More trouble from the Viet Cong As the rangers moved through the French owned Michelin rub Ber Plantation a few Miles North of Dong Xoai they found an assortment of grim relics left be Hind by the Viet Cong Amone them the wreckage of a us army helicopter and a us army mans identification tag sent by request us authorities announced at the request of the Vietnam Ese government elements of the 173rd us airborne brigade have moved to Phuoc Vinh to protect the Airfield and aircraft there Phuoc Vinh is the main air Field for the Dong Xoai area i he us paratroopers had been expected to move from there into the Dong Xoai conflict but be vietnamese commanders were reluctant to ask for them the Viet Cong mounted a number of attacks and ambushes in various parts of Viet Nam today All the Way from the 17th parallel to the Southern tip of the nation ninety american and Viet namese planes hammered tar gets in North Viet Nam in a series of separate raids Twenty us air Force Jet bombers escorted by 30 other jets attacked the ban com Lorn Barracks 70 Miles Southwest of Hanoi five buildings were re ported destroyed and 10 heavily damaged fort two planes hit three areas of the Babon army bar Racks 60 Miles North of the de militarized zone us spokes men said heavy strikes continue heavy air strikes also continued inside South Viet Nam against suspected Viet Cong tar gets us Navy and Marine corps planes were said to have flown us sorties sunday pilots claimed heavy damage to tar gets and suspected troop concentrations six americans Lions if the it u i Ocie k North v m v of Over the weekend but none Viet Nam i i i said Viet Nam stopped it would he communist were killed but none appeared to have died As the re suit of enemy action four us army essential that hostilities in copier a Kuniai me 10 an so that an i crewmen were killed saturday v f volunteers to conference along thought when their Craft crashed North Viet Nam so Long As the of the 1954 Geneva meet30 Miles East of Saigon during a North vietnamese armed Indochina could be held storm s an explosion aboard a truck at Chu Lai beachhead sunday killed two us marines and in continued on Page 2 col 3 Shastri made the Indian Leader added How that it is just possible1 week i never remain Strong both statements were in talks Mao held last Hanchow with arid i vill come out of uis Nata speaker of the indonesiancil5sions in the next few Davs parliament Yorio said the Lind weeks which will to Kahwin Aetui regime Lvii of ref 41 i Mao is chairman of the Chi he apparently was referring nose communist party to the commom Oallah primp Martji described Mao aslministors1 conference Tofu u6 Vav m Escure Mao Asi sors conference opt Ninn a a 34yearhoaltjlv and he in London and lie rom nlcf1 a woman whose liver e f Mao had asian mooting Ingnal Voes scroll Xiv Algiers Juno 29 id Mao told him that he Shastri snid in in re onal Garder added visit and was of f periodically rested1 i blood is circulated eventually the life i a pigs liver is icon taking speeches in s troops will have in be with1 Witer urfi bolter1her doctor Colina n i n o Iraq from Viet Nan the i the first of Ilnick Atlo Dav month1 Mil of am Reirin h i n i ii1l Eloctio n to i n oven Tualla the pc of v Al Nassi n n r e Ani months out of the year and was american decision to allow new York up the highest temperature reported1 the inaugural convention10 he us weather Bureau mainly continued improve Nicot William v Mcner Molj to receptions in poking it u a Hen col merging the two main excluding e two Wilh Tho talks will for liar lion groups was attended by mostel gets Tony award in tiddler on roof role this Ion an conference of african and was 108 degrees at leaders in Tex lowest mov Nins was 31 at Pells i Wen a ral at pubic at to in Ihry svs Lom tender is Imi j Chati India headed a least so persons Are report i and died in a two month Epi who twice Dymir of gastroenteritis in the s say the disease is Mill White House arts f addressed lieder got dear Carland cod and made most of his a motels counter Parl As Best female musical she won a Tony for Here Broadway role a Brash Vorhe we Ltd re Planck speech in yiddish Sam Day night after he received Tony award from the american first a i Ope first lady coca lire leaders in Cid lure a irs Noi Hins like it has Ever Hap and Art is bumin1 out All Pence at the White House or else for All Tho White House of every cd for men Ami women of the the Inaus the am he Urfrig i Nesi Niiva Aleichem about jewish life of the season the Plov Ako won in a Liny russian Village Long this years puliunpri7e am ago figured in nine of lie drama critics Circle Tony a Arr categories include Creason ire cations assembled the awol for univ As mistress of re Demonio so ulivo Lefor minces and Moat supplies be thrown into the War of the complicate matters Sunda j r Island of Sardinia whose s4i4rv voters could influence l me National political picture Washington in rotary Paul m Xii at of coalition partners of Friy for a week inn offered a loss there m out of the coalition and let he fall fresh vegetable prices seen taking drop soon Srin Irr up bins mks is of fam o out 5 per be and fresh s summer Orlier prices Are min a Clevn a Mehren said fond prices were Secre layabout 15 or cent higher than okeh 3 year Armor Ami a third High As much is the increase in per income Over the Samo and period soul Deli he if lid in her they had hour i r vim i run Iii Large in m in America and in some fresh us 1 seasonally heavy supplies of after about two breakfast earned the Isufi Koon reach cattle he next prices11 a Chron Are Page 2

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