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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - July 28, 1968, Darmstadt, HessePage 4 the stars and stripes 0sjuly 28,1968 Hii flip a Page flip a Page Washington a the Senate approved creation of a new Hoover Type commission saturday to study ways to streamline and modernize the Federal voice vote it passed and sent to the House a Bill creating an eight member bipartisan commission to undertake a comprehensive study of the executive last major study of the executive Branch was by a com Mission headed by the late Herbert Hoover in 1955.some 61 senators led by Abraham a. Ribicoff d-conn.,and James b. Pearson r-kan., sponsored the commission equally divided Between democrats an republicans would be com posed of four presidential appointees and two appointees Fra stops Sale of drug used widely Washington a the food and drug administration has ordered a temporary halt to marketing of a controversial and widely used bran name drug because of doubts about its of action taken Early in june but not announced until Friday applies to an inject Ible form of the drug chloramphenicol made by the Parke Davis co., of Detroit and used to com Bat typhoid fever and some other serious order does not affect quantities of the drug already on the Market and the Fra said there is a sufficient Supply for current medical needs. Fra officials said they too the action after finding in a re View of the drug s records that evidence of its effectiveness was first marketed in 59 when the form of the drug was first marketed in 1959, a company had to prove Only thata drug was Safe not that it was under the Brand name Chloromycetin the drug is on of the most powerful antibiotics and has serious and sometimes fatal Side affects according to the Fra spokesman said a re port is due soon on the effective Ness of the drug and the Agency will then decide what further action to take. Each from the Senate and duties would include recommendations concerning the elimination and consolidation of Federal programs and the establishment of priorities among Federal programs. 113 reservists go to court about Call up Baltimore my. A the Call to Active duty for 24 months has been challenged . District court by 113 Arm reservists from Cleveland soldiers All members o the 1002nd combat Suppo group at it. George g. Meacle md., asked Friday for a three judge panel to hear thei charges that the Call up on maj13 has no rational basis.". They argue that Congress Hanot declared War in Viet Narr and the president has not declared a state of National Emer = Chicago up when Maria Calderon goes to College Shell never have to com Plain that she does t have enough time Todo the required Reading. Maria a Petite 15-year-old from the Philip Pines took a Reading course at Northwest Ern University this summer and finished thes course Reading 55,000 words per minute with e 100 per cent comprehension. = the course Maria said was mainly tos help you in so when she reads s for pleasure Maria does t read quite that last.= Maria said the main thing that is needed 5 to learn to read fast is determination.5 one time i read 40,000 words per minute s with Only 50 per cent comprehension and i got so mad at myself that i pounded the = table. After that i read 50,000 words per minute with 100 per cent comprehension. 5 Florence Schale professor of the Reading and skimming course at Northwestern said s Maria is an exceptional student.= Maria is Reading about 27 times faster than = the average person miss Schale said. The average person will skim read at 2,000 words = per minute with 70 per cent comprehension = miss Schale said Maria has a photograph = in memory and remembers words As she sees them on the Page. = Maria who came to the United states about nine months ago is spending the summer m = Chicago with her sister mrs. Lilia Clemente a doctoral candidate at the University of 5 Chicago. A Maria will attend St. Clare s boarding school e in Sinawa wis., next year and also Planse to attend College in the United states. = after finishing College Maria intends to go Back to the Philippines and study Law. E i want to work for my people she said a to defend their gency. The suit claims violation o the right of equal Protection under the fifth amendment to the reservists say their activation has caused hardship i their Homes their jobs and their health and soldiers have asked for release from Meade under a a Beas Corpus order. Maria Calderon. Photo memory clerk fired by Fri wins trial conspiracy charged in Ray s Case Memphis a Arthurj Hanes defense lawyer for James Earl Ray said saturday there is an International communist conspiracy at work inthe Case. Hanes said that immediately after or. Martin Luther King or. Was assassinated Here april4, . Atty. Gen. Ramsey Clark called the slaying a one Man Job. But gentlemen Han Essaid i am Here to Tell you right now that in my judg ment the attorney general of the United states is 100 Pel cent wrong. There is a giant conspiracy Here and my clients being used by the con Washington a Anbi clerk who was fired be cause a Young woman stayed overnight in his apartment has won the right to a jury trial to decide whether his conduct was unbecoming to an Fri employee. In making this ruling Friday the . Appeals court for the District of Columbia reversed a1966 District court decision which upheld the government s action. Thomas Henry Carter 28, was dismissed by the Fri in 1965 after being accused in an Anonymous letter of sleeping with Young girls and carrying on in his suburban Bachelor apart ment. Misconduct denied the clerk denied that there was anything improper in the relationship. He admitted sleep ing with the Young woman his Fiancee Carter said but denied that they had sexual relations. After the Fri refused to allow him to resign to keep the Dis Missal off his employment record Carter brought suit seeking reinstatement and Back pay. He acknowledged necking and spooning but contended hat the Fri could not fire him for engaging in what he called perfectly Normal sexual the government defended Arter s dismissal on grounds that the clerk failed to adhere to a High Standard of moral con duct required by the Fri. The appellate court in a 2-1decision, said Carter was entitled to a jury trial to determine whether the Fri had sufficient cause to fire him. Nine beaten in Mich. In racial violence grand rapids Mich. A eight White persons including an army officer and his wife were pulled from cars and beaten and a negro woman was shot in the Arm in a racial flare up in grand rapids Friday night and Early saturday. A White Man also was robbed and beaten up by negroes in a parking lot about two Miles from where the other Whites were beaten. Nine persons were arrested inthe flare up which entered generally Alang a four Block stretch of Franklin Street Between Prospect and Jefferson on the Southeast Side of this City of 202,269 in Western lower Michi Gan. Police chief William Johnson said firebombing set 10 blazes but most of them were in abandoned run Clown houses in the negro area however the lumberyard of the Niagara lumber co. Was destroyed in a firebombing Ana Johnson said that the negro woman Mary Taylor 26, of grand rapids was shot in the attempted firebombing of another being taken to a Hosp ii Ai for removal of a Shotgun Pellet from her upper left Arm the woman was booked on changes of attempted arson and Felon ious assault the latter growing out of what police said was an attempt on her part to run them Down with a policeman and one me Man suffered slight injuries. Parents Bak both one son Goin Muskegon Mich. A i grateful to him and All our son s ant draft stand his View Sone brother a . Marine lieu Young men who Lay their lives and his participation in an Ann " Arbor group that opposes the selective service system. Reached in Ann Arbor thurs Lehunt is going to Vietnam for combat duty. The other brother opposes the Vietnam War an has refused induction into the . Army. The parents Heyback both their . Mrs. Leland Swenson Mother of it. Duncan Swenson and his brother kit hard has mixed emotions As docs her husband a respect both mrs. S Ven son said recalling that Duncan had misgivings about the War but enlisted and volunteered for officer candidate school. I am on the line As their duty to Richard the other son she says is involved in a larger War also laying his life on theline for he faces prison and other consequences no one . Swenson s comments on to War the other refuses Sam or sex army to local boards who the Forward them to state selective service offices. Gubow said Testate offices do not automatically refer All cases to Federal offi Day Swenson said he did not cers for prosecution. Know his draft status after hav ing refused induction july 18 at Detroit s fort Wayne induction enter. The lieutenant said it s the Vietnam War which she has i up to the District attorney s of Cle scribed As one of the Mosti fice Swenson said. He said he depraved and obscene wars i history were made in a letter to the editor of the Muskego chronicle. The newspaper had published an account of Richard Swan had not been contacted by Lisann Arbor Board. Lawrence Gubow . Attorney for the Eastern District of Michigan said thursday cases Are returned by the the younger Swenson face the possibility of prosecution conviction and Don t know maybe what i m doing is the wrong Way. It a Gamble. Only time will Tell if i m right he m not sure i m in favor of his action said or. Swenson of his son s stand. The War is bad but i wonder. But we both respect his action and will citizens Ever this country to a conscription. is vital to oui no cratic process and ii have allow it to work. Ose forsaken the pm Javeon our demo Frailam forsaken the Ament an of True Liberty

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