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Irving Daily News Texan (Newspaper) - June 6, 1962, Irving, Texas I i wednesday june of i.-.,. Iii a i age quite a greeting mrs. Rose Kennedy Mother of the president has an enthusiastic greeting for former president Herbert Hoover at ceremonies tuesday honouring Scott Carpenter. At right taking it All in. Is former president Harry s. Truman up telephoto. W o re wide by new seat Houma leaves for talks Warris again youth escapes to West Berlin la anon p Rab Ang Laos Ipi neutralise Prince Souvanna Houma left tuesday for rebel Headquarters after talks with King Savang vat Hana. He warned again he will return to Paris unless other faction leaders agree on a coalition government within to Days. Souvanna made no comment on his audience with the King. He repeated has announcement that he has invited Royal Premier Prince Boun Oum Leader of the pro Western faction and pro communist Prince Sou Phanouvong Leader of the rebels to join him in the coalition talks on the Plain of jars. Two obstacles apparently remain to the talks previous statements by Boun Oum that he does not want to conduct negotiations at rebel head Quarter Sand the unwillingness of his faction to give up the key defense and police ministry posts in a coalition Cabinet. They fear they will fall into the hands of the rebels. A top laotian rebel Leader in a broadcast monitored in Tokyo said that the United states must withdraw its military advisers and All Aid to the laotian government before a settlement can be reached. Kaysone a Hourihan vice chairman of the rebel Deoleo Haksar party said that thedis Patch of . Troops to Thailand makes it a Crystal Clear that All talk about . Support for laotian peace Independence and neutrality and , pressure on the Royal government to set up a coalition is sheer by John a. Cal inc to i by re in up 20 year old refugee Laid i tuesday he risked escape into West Berlin under gunfire after his communist parents betrayed him and caused ins Kupris Ozment. Juergen Kosmala and a 22 year old companion Hans Peter Schubert succeeded in scaling a Barbet. Wire Fence saturday night while communist Border guards fired at them. Neither was hit. A i knew i could die but id had enough Quot Kosmala Sui. A a that a Why i he was particularly bitter at his own parents who he said a lines hating by betrayed Quot him to communist authorities and caused him to by imprisoned for eight months. Kosmala and Schubert made their get away after considerable planning. But they were inside the communist one and a Boul b0 Yards from a barbed wire Barrier when last German police spotted them. Quot it was now or never Quot Kos Ala said. Quot we did no to think Ante of stopping ant giving our elves up. But it was More than uncomfortable climbing Over the barbed wire Fence w Ith bullets singing past our Kosmala said his father 52, is mayor of the Village of rang surf and a c communist party member. His Mother is party Secretary at the Blan Tenfelde town Council he said and is in charge of a socialist marriages and Quot name Ivins or but he told them he had no time for communism and used to work in West Berlin until last june 22 almost two months before the communist Wall went up it a that Day he said he was arrested As he returned Home for Haing West German Money in his Possession. Challenges doctors Kennedy again fights says Ama against is by mar Himan sch h Washington up president Kennedy renewed his fight with the american medical association tuesday in i caustic letter challenging the Ama to prove it does not oppose the social Security system. The latest round in the dispute Oxer Kennedy s medical care plan to be financed through the social Security system came in an Exchange of letters Between the president and or. Leonard w. Larson president of the medical association. It involved Kennedy a assertion which Larson denied that the Ama was an enemy of the whole idea of social Security. The president has linked the association with the charge heard in the 1930�?Ts that social Security was a a cruel a in Chicago the Ama said it had no direct comment on Kennedy s letter at this time. But a spokesman s id that Larson in his letter to Kennedy stated that the Ama had never been opposed to social Security either before or after its enactment. Kennedy referring to Larson a letter received May 25, Saki a your letter objects to my new conference statement that the Ama was among the opponents of the original social Security he said that a if your letter endorses the social Security concept on behalf of the Ama if it signifies a willingness on the part of the Ama to include doctors under its coverage. Then i am certain that your letter will be enthusiastically welcomed by the majority of the american obviously Kennedy anticipated no such Ama interpretation. He said that Quot if your organization did not oppose social Security before its enactment Only afterwards i will be glad to Point out this unique distinction at my next press a presidential news Confer ence will be held thursday at 4 . Edt. Kennedy said that a i did not mean to imply that it was the Ama who had originally applied to the social Security system the term a cruel hoax a which or. Annis a nother Ama official had used to describe our medical insurance program. Blit i am certain you will recall that this very phrase was used by the opponents of social Security in the 1930�?Ts.&Quot South Africa makes bid for settlers i u r b a a South Africa up he South african government Hopes to attract 40,000 to 50,000 immigrants yearly in a Biti to increase the country a White population to to million by the year 2000. A letter to business firms by Glyn Morris general manager of the 1820 memorial settlers association makes til is Clear. It promises that each White settler accepted w ill receive a Grant of 60 Rands $84 plus an interest free loan in die same amount repayable Over two years. I he government the letter says will also provide free rail transportation from the settlers port of entry to the place where he wishes to Settle and two Rands $2.80 daily allowance until the head of the family gets a Job. Day shift to a. / i had to laugh when the judge hinted that i did t have my roots Down. He dido t know i paid monthly instalments to every store in town a b-6> Quot we would t have this trouble finding important papers miss Perkins if you would keep a More orderly desk Newt texan s c a. $ o jul tales Glamor girls of a Lur a syndic inc1%2 world right re rvs do fall right lets get this Over in c s that s what i Cal. A fast a a a a it v j curb a a by London up the National Institute of food technology s brochure offers a a four year Sandwich a Berlin . Up Richard Coury 2u, probably ill drive his sports car More slowly. Judge George Keo h told Coury monday a it is with gusto in a fining you $15 for speeding and if you Are caught speeding again it will be with gusto that i shall suspend your License for six Coury a License plate reads nubbin by Jim Burnett amp George Crenshaw an Fok a Nickel i la stay there f q 6-6> or. Mum Young anglers lets move Dao Ajo Mug Noke a Oung Mere keep bailing kids think i have a bite 1 i Pon t care if you Are out of Uve bait. Take him off the Berrys by Carl grated i sweetie i pc Rcd love i m completely Peter overwhelmed by m n a a lip a dub Beai it opposites always 4 attract each other Quot suppose we done to strike Oil on the land. Then what Well switch from an Oil company to a land development

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