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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - September 7, 1968, Darmstadt, HessePage 4 the stars and stripes self Voday sept Tabor 7, u.k., France kept finns for 1956 Suez invasion secret from Eisenhower Washington up the 1956, a top aide to the former British and French went to elaborate pains to conceal from president Eisenhower their plan to invade the Suez in chief executive says in a netbook. Arthur Larson former direct Shook up Singer Earth Akitt and her daughter Kitt Mcdonald leave a Hospital i los Angeles after they and pro Ducer lament Johnson were involved in a car a rect they were treated for minor Kew said i m pretty Shook she complained of neck pains. Up photo crash kills Sun blinded mom. 4 k ills Yutan neb. Up a Mother apparently blinded by the set Ting Sun drove her Auto into the Side of a moving freight train killing herself and four of he children and injuring her three other children. Authorities quoted witness Sas saying mrs. Cecil Jordan 33, Rural Venice neb., seemed Tosee the 13-car Burlington freight a moment before the witnesses said the car s Brake lights came on and the Auto swerved just before it collided with the second car of the train. Saunders county atty. Robert Sullivan said the dead were mrs. Jordan and children Michael Ray 10 Debra 8 Julie Anette 5 and Marty 2.a spokesman at St. Elizabeth s Hospital in Lincoln said Friday that Randy Lee Jordan 9, was in very critical condition Lisa Ann,3, was fair and Kimberley 13 months fairly Good. Tor of the . Information Agency and speech writer for Eisenhower also suggested the justification of . Military intervention in the Dominica Republic and Vietnam May in part have resulted from the British French attack in the Middle East. Larson said in the Book Eisenhower the president nobody knew that Seldom has the White House been permeated with an atmosphere of such cold suppress Der Geas i detected in the Early oct. 31, 1956." the British attack on egyptian air Fields Larson wrote came As a Surprise to the president and to everyone else Ini Washiington. For All the world like haughty boys who did not want to get caught the British and Fren went to elaborate pains to. Go Leal from Eisenhower the Elf plan to launch an outright military assault on i Ike s reaction his whole reaction to the British and Branch conduct a Suez was just Don t do things like that any More Brief and unsuccessful As the British French attack on Suez was it did something to the level of International morality we thought we had achieved and maintained for half a Century. I wonder whether of for the sue invasion the a Bay of pigs invasion would Ever have Bee attempted Larson wrote. And but for those two invasions would the military intervention in the Dominica Republic have been possible would for that matter the United states have embarked on its unilateral military venture i Vietnam on such a scale13, wins Hollywood a a 13-year-old negro Carrier boy for a Tennessee newspaper won the television role he sought in a letter written on school note unbelievable Calvi Peeler said quietly after passing his script Reading test at a hol Lywood studio. He recently wrote to a producer of a new fall to show May Berry r.f.d.," suggesting a negro boy himself be added to the cast. Co producer Richard 0.lfnke, impressed by the boy s earnestness flew Calvin and his Mother Barbara Here wednes Day arid put them tip at a Holly Wood hotel Calvin s Only previous actin experience was in school plays and a Little theater fat Greene Ville Tenn. Where he is a car Rier for the Dally Sun. Thursday he read for about a Hoof fro Tel the script for a Forth segment of the show or racer Boh r Oss said Calvin was excellent " co producer Lynke said a a on flirt $ Minjun calve will work next , tuesday and wednesday and be paid $750. Whether his part will become regular one on the show has 1 been decided Linke said. Slap at president til mil1 51want to spend Washington a the Senate took a slap at president Johnson Friday by voting to re quire the spending of $91 million in impacted areas school fund despite his decision not to do so. By a 59-5 vote the Senate added a rider to a big Money Bill re appropriating the Money an stating that budget act provi Sions giving the president authority to withhold funds shall not apply in this Case. The rider also contains Lan Guage exempting the expenditure of this Money from the requirement voted earlier in the year by Congress that Johnson must Cut his budget $6 billion. The impacted areas program started 18 years ago in the korean War Calls for payments Tobe made to 4,300 school districts in All parts of the nation to recompense them for extra expenses caused by Federal instal lations in their areas. The $91 million is designed to give the districts 1qo per cent of their entitlements under the program for f i s c a 1 year 1968, which ended last june 30. Previously the administration had accepted Only $395 million in impacted areas funds for the year 80 per cent of the entitle ments. Congress first voted the extra$91 million in a supplemental Money Bill in june. But Johnson announced july 31 he was not releasing the Money citing among other things the mandate that he achieve $6 billion in Sav Ings in his budget. The rider added Friday to an $18.5 billion Money Bill carrying funds for the labor and health education and welfare depart ments was sponsored by Many senators from impacted area states. Third daughter Erin Kate Horn aug. 14, is held in Hollywood by her Mother Caro Burnett. Miss Burnett is the wife of her to producer Josep Hamilton. Erin Kate is their third daughter. Up photo cultural Swap programs with Poland cancelled Washington up the United states followed up a cutback in its cultural agree ments with the soviet Union by announcing Friday cancellation of several programs with Poland As a result of the Michigan teachers out a school strike averted by United press International a strike threat averted Philadelphia s Public schools were open Friday for 290000students. Teacher walkouts closed schools in other cities. Only 14 hours before threatened strike the Philadel phia federation of teacher Sand the school Board agreed thursday on a two year con tract for 12,500 teachers. The Union won pay increases rang ing from $600 to $1,200. Thousands of school children across the nation were having an extended vacation As teach ers struck or boycotted classes after the scheduled reopening of schools. Teachers want More Money better working conditions and a greater say about school policies. 2,500 stay a ayin Michigan 64,000 children were out of school while 2,500teachers--l,500 represented by the Michigan education association and 1,000 by the Michigan federation of teachers stayed away from classes. In 30 other Michigan school districts teach ers worked without contracts while negotiations Are to Start monday for new York City s 1.1 million Public school children. But the head of the 50,000-Memberunited federation of teachers Albert Shanker said he recommended a strike. Teachers vote sunday on whether to strike would be Over the Board of education s refusal to reinstate 10 teachers dismissed last Spring from a Brooklyn experimental school system. Invasion of department spokesman Robert j. Mcclosky announce the cancellation of exchanges of performing arts groups wit Poland at a news briefing he acknowledged that the action was taken to show Dis pleasure Over Poland s support of the soviet military intervention. Mccloskey said that no cultural Exchange programs had been scheduled with Hungary and Bulgaria two other Eastern european communist countries which had joined the soviet invasion. Light plane lands on Ohio Turnpike Amherst Ohio a Wil Liam Borell of West Farmington landed his Light plane on the Ohio Turnpike thursday and then taxied it into a service Sta ton. The Ohio Highway patrol said Oreil s plane hit High tension wires forcing the emergency . Dlr sen comes through the wry again by Robert t. Gray Washington a it was a sure sign Congress was Back in session. The Champion of the Marigold the protector of Birds was holding court. Sen. Everett Mckinley Dirk sen Republican minority Leader from Pekin 111., was perched on table in the Senate press Gal Lery with a cup of Coffee in his hand cigarettes nearby holding his weekly news conference forthe first time in a month. Tousle hired and irrepressible As Ever not even a Story about a report that he was marked for assassination escaped the wry touch. I Don t want my head blown off Dirksen said he told police after one of three reports of threats on his life. I be got Flowers in Bloom an they need me. I be got 65 Bird feeders now and the Birds Needle he said. He said he told the police that whoever this creature is Why does t he wait until the Frost has slashed at the Flowers and the Birds have gone South the nit won t be so hard to but the news conference darting As usual from anecdote to reminiscence to hard an Swers touched on More than Birds Flowers and assassination. What did he think of chances the Senate would confirm Abe fort As nomination As chief jus Tice not Roseate he intoned. A search for his views on whether the Senate should re turn for More business after the elections somehow wandered into an account of How a fun vein lion. To Najip recite mayor thl Ard a Daley you have to him i know Dick Daley Veol web i know mrs. Daley. 1 kno Dick Daley s kids. He s got i Fine family. He lives in the wart where he was born. Chicago i his town. He is very Possi san of it

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