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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - November 14, 1967, Darmstadt, HessePago 6 the stars and strikes tuesday november 14, 1967 these polls apart Are not poles apart by Dick West Washington up rep. Thomas r. Res d-calif.,recently favored his constituents and other interested parties with a thesis on developed the theme that almost any Point of View can be supported with some sort of Survey and frequently Rees proceeded to support his own Point of vie with some sort of Survey. He published a Survey show ing that for the second straight year All members of the . House of representatives are100 per cent. Acting on behalf of american for Good habits agh pronounced a Hrees Ana lazed 14 key Roll Call votes taken in the House this each Case the vote was unanimous. Which under the mathematical system commonly used in the Western hemisphere figures out to 100 per cent. On the basis of this finding agh gave each lawmaker a 100 per cent stresses the peaceful Unity of purpose which has enveloped this first session of the 90th Congress ree explained. It May be argued that theah Survey did not take into account All of the Roll Calls taken in the House this year. Well heavens to Betsy what Survey does polls and surveys Are Custo Marily based on samples. An fool knows that. If Rees wants to us unanimous votes for the agh Survey which is often spoken ofas the rating system with a heart i say he s important thing to consider Here is that the results Are identical to last year s agh 1966, when the political complexion of the House was Good bit different from what it is now the unanimous Roll Call votes nevertheless averaged outto 100 per cent. Thus the Survey is both comforting and reassuring As we face up to the Prospect of another congressional election next Law of probability leads us to expect that no matter who wins in the agh Survey he will pan out 100 per what the Law of probability leads us to expecting the Way of election winners this is no Small Consolation. Major event it. Col. Stanley w. Bulli wheels his Bride retired army a. Elizabeth Kloss through lines of congratulating personnel at Valley forge army Hospital a. A berserk Man kills wife Roomer self Battle Creek Mich. A a distraught Battle Creek Man killed his estranged wife and an other person sunday wounded two others and committed Sui cide with an my carbine he had bought a Quarter of an hour ear Lier police said. Police chief Clifford Barneys id Anderson d. Nunnally 28, broke into his Mother in Law grooming House announced he was going to kill everyone there and opened fire. Killed were Nunnally his wife Erma 27, and m. T. Fant 41, a Roomer at the Lee Spraggins 53, an other Roomer was hospitalize with a superficial head wound. Loretta Moore Nunnally smother in Law was listed in critical condition with wounds in he left shoulder and Side. Police said Nunnally shot , Fant and Spraggins first then his wife and was some kind of Domestic problem the police chief said. Lightning hits Church Ithaca . A lightning struck the roof of a roman Catholic Church As a estimated 900 persons attended a sunday Mays. Several minor fires were put out by firemen As the mass continued. No one was reported injured. Retired army nurse wed in wheelchair Phoenixville a. A the Bride burst into tears when the minister asked do you take this Man and the voice of maj. Elizabeth Klos quivered As she said i maj. Kloss a 60-year-old re tired army nurse left her sick bed at Valley forge military Hospital thursday for her wed Ding to it. Col. Stanley w. Bul Lis 62. Col. Bullis is now a Baptist minister in Buffalo . About 100 persons attended the ceremony in a Ward and col. Bullis smiled As maj. Klossas wheeled in in a wheelchair by her brother Daniel Kloss 66,of Tyrone a. She was dressed in a Green dress and carried Small bouquet of carnations and stood during the ceremony performed by it. Col. Gor Don Hutchins Baptist chaplain at the Hospital. Another brother David s. Kloss 69, of Philadel phia gave away the Bride. Col. Bullis and maj. Klos knew each other in world War ii in the Pacific. They lost con tact Over the years and col. Bul Lis was married. His wife die last year. Earlier this year he Learned maj. Kloss was seriously ill at the Hospital and began visiting her. Last week he proposed. After the ceremony the Bride threw her bouquet. Mrs. Bullis holds the Bronze Star one of Only a few nurses who Ever received that was cited for performing emergency operations under bombing on the Island of Leyte. Bullis said he will spend much of the time Here returning to Buffalo on the weekend to con duct service. The exact nature of mrs. Bul Lis illness was not disclosed. Vista funds threatened lbs Kin will continue work in poverty area los Angeles a presi Dent Johnson s 19-year-old Nephew working Here As a Mem Ber of the Domestic peace corps says he won t leave the poverty plagued negro area of suburban Venice even if funds Are withdrawn from the project. The programs Are one thing says Philip Bobbitt but we Are neighbors and often friends of people who have never known a White Friend an Many who have never before wanted works for the Volun Teers in service to America Vista. Beaten by gang Bobbitt s resolve to stay i Venice comes Only seven months after he was kicked beaten and had his cheekbone broken by a gang of teen Ager while walking Down a Venice Street. After the attack Las april Young Bobbitt returned to his family Home in Austin tex.,to conv Alesce but he came Back to Venice. Was Studen Bobbitt was a student at Princeton University a year ago when he decided to join Vista. He is the son of president John son s younger sister Becky. Last week when Vista head quarters ordered the project Here to begin phasing out Bob Bitt and the other volunteers voted unanimously to try to continue the program. Congressional delays have threatened Antipoverty funding for the crumbling Beach town considered one of the most concentrated pockets of poverty i Southern California. Bobbitt mentioned what recalls the walking statistics of Venice. There Are about 7,000unemployed, and most of those collect some form of govern mental welfare Aid. About 67 per cent of the unemployed Are unskilled and under 25, Accord ing to the state employment service. Bobbitt says the efforts of fed eral and state governments Are failing with the people of Ven ice. He said that he is considering the possibility of introducing a Community run employment Agency. I want something that Wil Appeal to a Black Man who is 35 and has failed repeatedly in everything he has tried and who is not willing to sit Down an talk to a White he Hopes the government will continue funding Vista. What we need is the renewal of the supervisory Grant for an other year new vistas to continue our work and the Assur Ance of All this in writing for Al the volunteers and the Community said Black people of Venice Are angry said Bobbitt an the most they have in common is that they Are Black. And the Yare surely moving away from the american live in the ghetto and it is a tired disappointing cultural affliction that is deadly and rotting. They Are the cancer four the fault said Bobbitt lie with White America. There Are Only two types of leaders Here that the people Lis ten to anymore one is Black militant and political while the other is Black revolutionary and nihilistic said Bobbitt. And White America is destroying the legitimacy of the former by making his Promise Sand efforts seem Philip Bobbitt to of Peacon i gotta think you what a

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