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Cumberland Times (Newspaper) - January 8, 1967, Cumberland, Maryland Red guards staging bloody Battles the weather by Ajio Claud prut Cloudy today with High in 30s partly Cloudy and cold tomorrow six sections Cit area latest sports general comics family weekly vol Xcvi Iino 7 aug Elatta Frau us of feet on Cumberland Maryland sunday january 8 1967 Folit locally Price 15 cents marines launch new Campaign uprising reported in banking japanese radio reports terror raging in City Tokyo a communist chivas red guards fought bloody Battles in banking for three Days last week against workers who poured into the Eastern chinese City to wipe out the red guard movement Dis patches from peking reported saturday they said the City 530 Miles Southeast of peking is in the grip of terror a czechoslovak dispatch told of 60000 captives on both sides in the fighting who underwent torture their fingers noses and ears were chopped off their Tongue Cut out said a report of the news Agency ctr to Prague japans Kyodo news Servic said red guard Wall posters ii peking reported 54 person killed 900 wounded and 600 arrested in clashes tuesday thursday and Friday reports of the clashes Cam amid accounts that a showdown was imminent Between communist party chairman Mao tse Tung and a faction Lead by pres ident Liu Shaochi Liu is accused of being a Black com Mander of the Bourgeois class Kodos correspondent in peking quoted the red guard posters As saying the clash Las tuesday tied up rail service in banking for two Days ctr said rankings transport was in state of paralysis and that Tele phone connections were Cut off the czechoslovak dispatch said workers and students poured into banking from neighbouring Nanhwei province Shanghai and other cities o Kangsu province which in eludes banking Shanghai is 170 Miles Southeast of banking the ctr dispatch placed the workers Force at half a million it quoted red guard leaflets As saying the workers aim was to liquidate the red guard organization Kyodo gave this account which it said was pieced together from the red guard posters in peking tuesday 100000 Mem Bers of the workers red corps attacked the banking red guards organization four teen persons were killed and 400 were seriously wounded the workers uprising on this Day was led by i Suying described As a Kangsu province communist party Secretary a and Guild continue talks new York up the associated press and the wire service Guild continued con tract negotiations saturday in an Effort to Avert a possible strike starting at Midnight there were indications both sides were making Progress toward a new contract a and Guild negotiators were in a closed session Early saturday night issues awaiting settlement before the old two year contract expired at 12 Midnight were wages hours the guilds demand for an Agency Union shop and matters pertaining to Automa Tion i suicide suspected authorities believe suicide May have been involved in the explosion Early saturday morning which ripped through a Las vegas Motel killing six persons and injuring eight the explosive has been identified As dynamite which exploded in room registered to a couple or and mrs r j Paris who listed Hollywood Calif As their Hometown but who drove a car with Florida License plates adjust atty George e Franklin or theorized a shot was fired into a dynamite charge in the room a Phol fax blizzard Heads y eastward cold spell expected by United press International the years first blizzard and Winters worst storm headed eastward across the great lakes saturday leaving in its Wake up to 17 inches of Snow eight foot drifts closed roads and whole cities paralysed blizzard warnings remained up in parts of Nebraska Iowa and Minnesota hazardous driving warnings were up in parts of Wisconsin Michigan new York and new England Gale warnings were up for lakes Michigan Superior Huron and be below Zero behind the storm lurked the coldest weather of the current temperatures the Canadian Winter dropping Elow Zero from Jorder to Arizona and new Mexico cold wave warnings were up for Minnesota the today weather linked death toll reached 11 five in Minnesota and one each in Oregon Utah Colorado Wisconsin Michigan and Illinois heavy Snow among the hardest hit by the torm were the 100000 citizens if Duluth Minn where 17 inches of new Snow fell atop 19 inches already on the ground winds up to 50 Miles an hour pushed the Snow into eight foot drifts at Duluth until late saturday morning the Only moving in the City were Rains and snowmobiles were Snow up to our navels Minnesota Highway department official said bodies of six found in icy Ohio Waters labor units have nation in turmoil teachers Hospital and gravediggers locals stage strikes by associated presi gravediggers teachers by Drivers electricians and Hospi Tal and factory workers were on strike in several areas of the nation saturday with a phys dans group threatening to join them next week the strikes touched Pivot cities from coast to coast picket lines were up in new York Chicago and san Francisco in Chicago 600 teachers the cites Junior colleges stayed away from classes Friday wit 23000 faculty members in the cites elementary and High school systems planning to join them monday a strike threat also Hung Ove he Cleveland school system Whereon teachers group saints members would not report t classes monday and another be a Friday deadline wages Are at Issue in All the eachers disputes in new York gravediggers walked picket lines outside Many of the 39 cemeteries they struck last sunday no Neotia ions were scheduled for the weekend and a City health department spokesman said officials would meet monday to de Ermine if the walkout Hac created a health Hazard a similar strike in 1953 lasted even weeks without any major complications doctors meanwhile at City wed Harlem Hospital told its administrators they would Trike next wednesday if a col eague suspended for his critic ism of the hospitals standards s not reinstated talks broke Down thursday after Only an hour in an attempt resolve an eight Eskold Trike of electricians in shipyards in san Francisco Portland and Seattle several thousand members of the International brotherhood of electrical work is have been idled bus Drivers of the Wilmington Oach co Wilmington Del turned Down the company lat St settlement offer Friday ight the City has been without us transportation since nov 6 Columbus Ohio up the disappear a woman and eight tuesday was the mystery Ranee of children last solved when divers recovered their automobile and six bodies saturday from the icy Waters of Hoover Reservoir near Here the divers continued search ing for the three other bodies the woman mrs Mary Helen Rutherford 41 of Rural Dela Ware county near Here was taking her four children and four nieces and nephews to Columbus to buy them shoes last tuesday evening when the car apparently crashed through a Barrier and fell into the Ord arrives n Vietnam for military duty Saigon South Vietnam a movie Star Glenn Ford Wear no the uniform of a us Navy Ormander arrived in Saigon esterday on assignment to make film that has nothing to do dts show business whats ver Ford 50 a naval Reserve commander is on 30 Days ave duty he said he would Pend a few Days in Saigon and in report to the us 3rd Tarine amphibious Force at a Ang he said he would make a Doc Centary film of the marines number patients die after Given wrong drugs Charleroi Belgium a heart drug mistakenly administered to cancer sufferers in a Charleroi Hospital has caused patient deaths the hos Pital announced saturday it did not say How Many deaths there were hut the Bel Gian news Agency Belga said number of victims appears o to rather High and the Brus Sels newspaper derriere Eurc quoted unofficial reports As say ing Here were to dead a communique of the Arthur gaily inst tule in Charleroi said the drug digitalis was mistakenly labelled by a belgian pharmaceutical firm and doctors used it on their patients in the belief it was a drug containing hormone for treatment of prostate cancer it normally is used is a tonic for cardiac patients Normal dosage of Digi Lalin is one to three milligrams o Day the hormone preparation is administered no to Rale of up to 10 milligrams three limes n Day civic action and pacification divers struggle to pull car from Reservoir divers braved the Chilly and windswept Waters of Hoover Reservoir just North of Here yesterday to disclose the tra Degy of nine deaths by drowning a car carrying mrs Mary Helen Rutherford 41 of Delaware her fou children an two sets of twin nieces missing since tuesday had plunged into the Reservoir Downa Rocky Bank Sappho Tofau Moscow says Cong will not change plans Hanoi peace plans remain unchanged despite rumours Moscow up communist North Vietnam has declared peace said official lit has not altered it conditions for Vietnam Alks Moscow radio saturday it said the North Vietnam news Agency issued the official statement in order to dispel mors in the Western press hat Hanoi has changed its position the United states was report d checking out any possible Hift in Hanoi position through lie Canadian representative of he International control com Mission body set up in the 1954 Geneva accords to supervise the Vietnam peace the Moscow broadcast made interview was the Light of an Harrison Salisbury assistant managing editor of the new York times had in Hano his past week with North Premier Pham Van Dong Salisbury indicated that Dur no the interview Dong possibly Intel that the four communist errands for a settlement of the Vietnam War May not Newessa ily be preconditions for peace negotiations Moscow radio said the Hanoi explanation of North Vietnam land bases itself on the four Point program which was re affirmed earlier in the week by rime minister Pham Van Ong in an interview with programs i Harrison Salisbury educated cheaters Twenty percent Frosh admit test cribbing9 fatal illness Fred Erick m Alger or former ambassador to Belgium nil n member of a prominent american family died at his Homo in Grosso Point Mich following a Brief 111 Ness he was 59mp photo fax Washington a then y per cent of freshmen in a representative sampling at americas colleges and universities admit to cribbing on an examination in the past year the finding is included in a Survey of 206865 current fresh men at 251 colleges and universities released saturday night by the american Council on education the principal coordinating Agency for higher Educa Tion in the nation about 20 cent of ill first year students this fall were asked to fill out questionnaires delving into everything from How Iphy plan to finance their education to whether they Par taken of n dietary per rent per the past year the cheating figure was 24 per cent for men and 165 per cent for women but was relatively uniform among the Var ious Public and private two year and fou year colleges and universities other findings included per cent of the students Felt like numbers in a Book at their schools with the highest figure being 40 per cent at pub Lic universities and Tho lowest f per cent it private non Siclari an fou year colleges per cent said they had participated in organized demonstrations in Tho past year i Johnson plans state of Union tuesday night Washington a presi Dent Johnson will personally de liver his state of the Union message to Congress on tues Day night the opening Day of he 1967 session the White House announced Oday that Johnson had accepted an invitation to address a Point session of the Senate and House at pm est tues Day the speech will be televised and broadcast live to the nation there had been not discouraged by the White Louse that Johnson might delay his appearance before Congress until the following week sen Mansfield has Praise for lbs dignity Washington up sen ate democratic Leader Mike Mansfield Mont praised pres ident Johnson saturday for the dignity and decorum with which the president me criticism of his conduct after he assassination of president Kennedy All i can say is thai president Johnson in the Wake of charges innuendoes and implications has conducted himself with the dignity and decorum of the presidency Lansfield told reporters he Hast answered any of hem criticisms and has remained silent Mansfield added i think he will in history be the final judge of his Havior in Dallas and through it his tenure As president by Cardinal sees Victory Only peace Spellman returns to us after touring Vietnam new York up Francis Cardinal Spellman returned saturday from his annual Christmas pilgrimage to us servicemen overseas and said Here can be no peace no Vietnam until we have Victo my a group of 15 pickets protesting the Vietnam War stood outside the terminal building at John f Kennedy Airport carrying signs Reading turn towards humanity and War is not peace spellmans Airport remarks to newsmen were certain to raise eyebrows again in the Vatican where sources previously stated hat the new York archbishop was making comments about he Vietnam War almost drive could be bloodiest of Vietnam heavy casualties feared in Battles along Mekong River Saigon South Vietnam a us marines struggled through Waist deep vehicle Mir ing swamps saturday in the opening phase of an american Campaign in the Mekong River Delta that could make this the bloodiest year of the Vietnam Ese War the heavily populated Delta with mangrove thickets and Rice paddies laced by 25000 Nativa ble Miles of Waterways has been out of the martial main Stream because of the Prospect that Sharp action against Indi Genous Viet Cong bands would mean heavy civilian casualties its hard for even a native to distinguish guerrillas from peaceful Panama Clad peasants but the Delta has been a heartland of the communists for 20 years and now americans Are joining vietnamese troops in an Effort to crush guerrilla bands estimated to total 100000 men vietnamese efforts Over the years had led but to a stale mate negotiating Hardwin gains farther North key position the Viet songs extensive Delta organization feeds Large quantities of men supplies and Money to red units in other larts of the country the Rice Harvest is on now in the Delta and Viet Cong tax agents Ara vying Grain from the peasants in areas the communists con Rol swamp mud and water initial y proved a greater obstacle ban the Viet Cong for tha american marines who in com Pany with vietnamese marines Are making the first big Ameri can thrust into the Delta eight vehicles had to be towed out scattered fire enemy resistance to the 4000 Man task Force which stormed ashore by Landing Craft and Hel copters on White Beach Friday from a flotilla of 12 us Navy ships was reported limited to scattered sniper fire the opera Ion called dec House five centers 55 Miles South of Saigon from the air the Delta looks Ike a picture postcard land but vietnamese troops regularly signed there have found Cam signing ugly business it was Vith reluctance that us Mili Ary planners decided american units with the fantastic fire Iwer of heavy artillery and fighter bombers should move in o help directly opposed to those of Pope Paul i the pontiff has repeatedly appealed for a negotiated settlement of the Vietnam War ind for a ceasefire Spellman who had first called or total Victory in a Christmas Sermon in Vietnam Aid upon his return saturday we cant get peace until we ave Victory the 77yearold prelate said in communist Viet Cong and he leadership in North Vietnam wont talk to us Spellman the military vicar f the us armed forces said Victory in the eyes of american servicemen now fighting the absence of the student body War does not mean the was hampering their i Vestiga wholesale Slaughter or lion police said the youth was of their enemies beaten to death it students asked to help n investigation Morgantown w a police have sked All West Virginia univer Ity students returning from the oliday break to divulge any information they might have on slaying of Kenneth Carter 22 of South Charleston Carters body was found near the Campus just before the break began and police said tha after six terms Faubus turns Over governors office claim Jas dismissed Judith Coplon 45 who was sentenced to serve 25 years in prison and never served any of in had the spy charges she was convicted on dismissed rvs larday by the Justice department in Washington a photo fax Little Rock Ark a who moved in Llin stale in 1953 Orval Eugene Faubus a poor broke the democrats hold on boy from the Hills who grew up the governorship last november to serve six terms As governor by beating segregationist Lim turns Over the leadership of this democratic stale tuesday to a millionaire Republican from the East Winthrop Rockefeller 54 will take the oath of governor before the democratic controlled legis lature tuesday becoming the first Republican Shier Johnson in the general election Pauluis 57 did not seek re election after serving six straight two year terms Starling in 1955 lie plans to retire to Tho Hilltop mansion he is having built in the mountains of his native in Alison county to write and reflect reconstruction office Rockefeller to occupy he few believe however that his retirement from Public Ufa a new yorker will a permanent

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