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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - December 8, 1967, Darmstadt, HesseFriday december 8, 1967 the stars and stripes Page 5 ill passed to insure Check of meat packing plants Washington a con Gress passed and sent to the White House wednesday a Bill to extend Federal meat inspection standards to All packing and processing plants. Backers of the legislation to expand the 60-year-old inspection program hailed it As a Vic tory for Consumers. It was one of the consumer Protection measures sought by president Johnson and he is expected to sign it shortly. He said it will help guarantee to Ever american family that the meat on their tables is Safe and fit treat. The House passed the Compro Mise version 336 to 28. A Little later the Senate passed it by voice vote. House Senate conferees agreed tuesday on terms of the Bill which is designed to extend Federal standards within the next three years to 15,000 plan snot now covered. It stemmed from report about unsanitary conditions in some plants around the the Bill states will have up to two years or three if significant Progress has been made to set up inspection pro Grams for meat produced and sold within their . Page Belcher of Oklahoma ranking Republican on the House agriculture committee supported the measure. A o uought to be Able to travel any place in America and buy a Steak without getting contaminated he said. If you vote against this Billand somebody Dies of Tomaine poisoning and you try to explain that the reason you voted against it was because of som Senate amendments " Belcher said you re not going to havea place to hang your hat be cause the Senate amendment just Aren t that chef Dies after baking Lynda s wedding cake Washington a Clemen Maggia 74, the chef who pre pared the five foot tall cake forthe White House wedding of Lynda Bird Johnson died of Aheart attack wednesday night. The internationally know pastry chef was dining at a hotel with his wife who had said earlier Maggia considered the five tier cake his Maggia a native of Italy had baked cakes for presidents for More than four decades starting with president Harding. He was executive pastry cheat the Greenbrier resort at White Sulphur Springs w. House pastry chef Fer Dinand Louvat who had bake the cake for the wedding of Luci Johnson to Patrick j. Nugen last year died nov. 20 after saying he did t feel he could prepare Lynda s cake because of illness. Horizontal1. Swab 4. Reckless8. Roster 12. Auditory Organ 13. Concept14. Arabian ruler15. Gun part 17. Incline18. Conceited 19. Price50. Burn 82. Row24. Detest 25. Prone29. Monkey 80. Repaired51. By Way of $2. Intended84. Seed 85. Hotels86. Thick soup87. Position 40. Spar41. Difficult 42. Far machines 46. Sea Eagle 47. Employ48. Snooze 49. Heath60. Erodes 51. Greek letter vertical1. Joined 2. Paddle8. Soldiers 4, unyielding 5. Arabian Gulf 6. India weight 7. Possesses8. Delay 9. Neglect10. Roof covering11. Skills 16. Wind answer to yesterday s Puzzle. Average time of to Luton m la at. 19. Organ part 20. Fish21. Headland 22. Assess ments 23. Chilled25. Scandi navian26. Harmonic 27. Telegram28. Title 30. Discover33. Flammable material34. A squall36. Strides 37. Son of Noah 38. Tropical Plant 39. Italia River 40. Trading enter 42. Definite article 43. Inlet44. Rodent 45. Resort is 41 Ift 50 40 14 10 ii Maggia had spent part of the Day at the White House putting finishing touches on the elaborate 250-Pound cake. He collapsed at the Shoreham Fotel at a family dinner with Lis wife sister and brother in Law. He was pronounced dead at Georgetown Bird the president s older daughter is to be married saturday to Marine capt. Harles s. have yet to make my Best cake Maggia said in a Whitehouse interview this week. Each one i make is my Best Iodate but i always try to do bet Ter on the next of us who have known him these past few Days enjoyed his presence there and particularly his enthusiasm said Carpenter press Secretary for the first re All very saddened by this toys of death the Rev. James r. Rhodes pastor of the Eastern Parkway methodist Church in Schenectady n.y., bran dishes a toy pistol he used to illustrate a Sermon. He pointed out twas no More blasphemous to pile the toys of death under the altar than to place them under the Christmas tree. Up photo Romney uses Landon word Manhattan Kan. A gov. George Romney of Michi Gan borrowed the word hog Wash wednesday to character ize what the administration of president Johnson has been Tell ing americans about Vietnam. Romney told an estimated 10,-200 people at Kansas state University that he borrowed the word from Alf m. Landon the 1936 Republican presidential nominee. And added that he admired Landon s Choice of words. He said the Johnson administration has changed the stories used in defense of the War. Claim recalled in 1965, he said the administration was trying to justify its course by saying the unite states presence in Vietnam was aimed at helping the South Viet namese build a viable nation. Today he said the administration is talking about self interest and National the Johnson administration has americanized the conflict in Vietnam Romney said. Pecan t hand these people a nation any More than we can Handa child an education. The present administration policy will not Lead to anything desirable. The Vietnam Tail is wagging our global just no stomach for grandeur larceny Chicago up state Chew one of Chicago s most prominent negro democrats complained wednesday someone stole his Cream col ored four door Cadillac from in front of his House. Chew said his second car Rolls Royce was not disturbed. Recording revealed mired Jet s Crew taped As other plane crashed Washington up government officials made Public wednesday a tape recording of the reactions of members of the Crew of a mired jetliner who watched another plane crash on Takeoff while their own Craft was stuck in the mud a greater Cincinnati Airport. Delta airlines and the airline pilots association objected to Public disclosure of the the National transportation safety Board conducting a investigation of the crash of a trans world airlines plane Las nov. 6, overruled the protest. A Delta Airliner had become mired alongside a runway before the Twa Jet aborted Takeoff and crashed. All 36 persons aboard the Twa plane were rescued but one died four Days later. In its decision wednesday the safety Board said the request by Delta and the pilots to keep the tape confidential was contrary to the Board s purpose. The safety Board s first obligation is to the Public it said. The incomplete tape Register ing the Delta Crew members immediate reaction to the Twa crash went like this it was not Clear How Many persons were talking All those people Are killed i. I just wondered if us sitting Here. I Don t know. Shah he seconds later another conversation went this Way ". Voice recorder. " sure it s running at another Point a voice in the Delta cockpit said i guess we re off the runway. I Don t know then a few seconds later i wonder if the exhaust four engines had any effect on no he was in reverse already when he went reporting on the tape the safety Board said part of it apparently was erased. On unusual finding was the absence of Normal recorded signals of the tape for the first five minutes and 18 seconds of this recording the Board said. According to its investigation the erased portion of the tape included conversations in the cockpit just after the Delta plane became mired the boar said. The City of love gets an example san Francisco a be fore he died at the age of 85 in january Leroy h. Vane was known As the cycling Carpen Ter who Rode his bicycle to Odd jobs in the Haight Panhandle District near Golden Gate Park. On monday the Bank of Amer Ica disclosed that vane whose wife died in 1964, had left$425,000 in municipal Bonds and common stocks to his native san Francisco. His will did t insist upon it but made Plain he would like it if the City built a social Cente for the elderly in Golden Gate Park

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