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Norwich Evening Sun (Newspaper) - May 29, 1968, Norwich, New York
The e vol. 78, no. 53 today t round the state a around the nation around the world by associated press a Hope names Ordens burs Bishop Vatican City May 29 a Pope Paul i has named the most Rev. Msgr. Thomas Andrew Donellan archbishop of Atlanta ga., the Vatican announced today. He has been Bishop of Ogdensburg . The Pope has also named the most Rev. Msgr. Clarence e. Elwell currently auxiliary Bishop in Cleveland As Bishop of Columbus Ohio. Arch Bishop Donnellan was born in new York City Jan. 24, 1914. He was ordained in 1939 and consecrated a Bishop in 1964. He succeeds archbishop Paul j. Hallinan who died recently of chronic hepatitis contacted when he was attending the 1962-65 Vatican ecumenical Council. Bishop Elwell was born in Cleveland feb. 14. 1904. He was ordinate in 1929 and consecrated a Bishop in 1962. Sec probing Stock costs Washington the securities and Exchange commission has launched a full scale inquiry into the Cost of buying and Selling stocks and suggested an interim Cut in charges by the new York Stock Exchange by sept. 15. Although aimed primarily at reducing charges paid by Mutual funds which buy and sell thousands of shares of Stock at a time the secs drive to reduce costs also could save Money for the Small buyer. An interim schedule the Agency suggested to the new York Stock Exchange would Cut costs on purchases of As Little As too shares. As an option the nose could choose to permit discounts on purchases and sales exceeding $50,000. There was no immediate reaction from nose officials and Sec spokesmen said they had no idea which option if either the Exchange would choose. Under existing Law the Sec could order its interim schedule into effect if tile Exchange walked. But the Exchange could Appeal any such order to the Federal courts. The Sec scheduled a hearing beginning july i on its inquiry of commissions that brokers collect on Stock transactions. Lbs to pen truth lending Bill Washington president Johnson signs into Law today the truth in lending act a major consumer Protection Bill requiring More precise disclosure of the interest Cost on $100 billion Worth of annual Loans and purchases. The Bill sent to the president a week ago after eight years of battling in Congress also protects workers in debt against full attachment of their wages and hits a t loan Sharks. Sponsors of Hie legislation said it could save americans millions of dollars in lower interest costs by encouraging Price Competition. The measure requires two key disclosures by stores that extend consumer credit and financial institutions that make consumer Loans the annual interest rate figured on the declining balance of the obligation. The total Cost of the credit in dollars and cents Over its full life. These disclosures will have to be made in advertising by the stores and lending institutions and in the contract signed by the customer. French rebels seek revolution Paris Young frenchmen trying to make a revolution insist they have no single Headquarters. If they did it would be the 24-hour-a-Day political meeting installed in the Odeon theater a few blocks from the sorbonne. The meeting goes on in the orchestra boxes and balconies. Behind tile scenes literally is the Headquarters of the Odeon committee of revolutionary action. A tile purpose of the revolutionary movement a it says a is to create a revolutionary situation. Consequently the Only action that is effective and useful to the revolutionary movement is an action of destruction a permanent fight against the present society. The committee has no visible chief and its members do not like to give their names. But leaders Are clearly emerging. One is a Blond 27 year old journalist who wants to be known Only by his first Hame Alani. Alain says the committee includes people who belong to several revolutionary parties communists among them but no one is allowed to join As a representative of a party or a Trade Union. The committee opposes All such organizations As part of the society it wants to destroy. Similar committees exist at the sorbonne at. An Annex on the Rue Censier and at the University of Santerre where Daniel Cohn Bendit Best known of the student leaders was a student. He has now been expelled from France. Columbia students reject aide new York a militant student protesters have rejected Columbia University s appointment of a full time administrator for student affairs calling it a the equivalent of establishing a company Stuart Gedell a spokesman for the student strike coordinating committee which has led the protests since april 23, rejected the appointment of assistant Dean Irving Dekoff soon after it was announced tuesday. Gedell said the militant demonstrators would not be satisfied with anything Short of a student Power Over decisions affecting students and joint student faculty Power Over academic on saturday Dekoff. 44. Will assume the Post of director of student interests according to the University a announcement serving As a kind of ombudsman for students. Or. Grayson Kirk University president said Dekoff a will have responsibilities to facilitate a fruitful Exchange of views among students groups and All segments of the University Spock lawyers outline defense Boston a defense lawyers outline their Case today on behalf of or. Benjamin speck and four other accused of conspiring to counsel Young men to avoid the draft. The government rested its Case tuesday against the five defendants after 30 prosecution witnesses testified in the seven Day old trial. With the conclusion of the governments Case the defense offered motions for dismissal of the charges or a directed verdict of acquittal. Attorneys said these were denied by . District judge Francis j. W. Ford in a conference in his Chambers. House May setback lbs budget Washington a Odds appear solid the House will Deal president Johnson another set Back in his budget Battle with Congress by echoing the Senate a demand that he Cut spending by $6 billion if he wants a tax hike. The test was to come today on a motion by rep. James a. Burke d�?mass., to reopen the House Senate conference talks that produced agreement on a package combining a $10 billion tax increase with the $6 billion spending slash. Burkes move is a bid to get the House to demand a maximum $4 billion Cut. Johnson has called the $6 billion figure too High but has indicated he would go along with $4 billion. As the Burke motion was being prepared a Compromise move was shaping to try for a $5 billion Cut instead. But like burkes proposal it was Given scant Chance of Success. Vening Chenango county a daily newspaper in wednesday May 29, 1968 Norwich new York 13815 10c per copy Hope a buoy spoiled on Oil Slick ebbs for sub Crew Washington apr the Navy today reported the sighting. Of an unidentified Orange object North of an Atlantic Oil Slick which has thus far been the Only clue As to the possible whereabouts of the missing submarine scorpion and its Crew of 99. Whether this object spotted Early tuesday somewhat North of the Oil Slick area May have been a messenger buoy from the nuclear powered sub was a matter of speculation. Capt. John f. Davis who is monitoring the search Effort from the Pentagon said he thought some buoys Are Orange but he added a the Navy in t supposing the Oil Slick has not been located nor has it been linked to the scorpion. Its location was noted May 23 by a passing vessel two Days after the scorpion sent what turned out to be its final routine message from the azores. The Oil Slick was sighted about 800 Miles West of the azores. Davis labelled the Orange of. Jet As a a solitary sighting he said a Sailor aboard the Hyde saw the object about 6 15 . Edt tuesday but an aircraft overhead was unable to make the same sighting. Pentagon officials said they were evaluating a British Amateur radio operator s report claiming to have monitored a ship to ship conversation involving the scorpion. Navy sources said their checks suggested the report was groundless. According to the Pentagon John Greyson of Barnoldswick Yorkshire told a Constable he heard a a distinctly american voice in what seemed to be a distress Call from scorpion Quot on the 2.5 meter band monday morning London time. The Pentagon said the Call reportedly indicated a that the ship was having some kind of condenser trouble and was attempting to return to its the Navy had about too specifically trained deep divers on Alert in Washington and san Diego calif., for possible emergency use if the sub were located in shallow enough water. A Navy officer said the search is covering the entire 2,760-mile track from the scorpions last reported position to Norfolk va., but is concentrated Over the relatively shallow Continental shelf. Experts feel the scorpion s Crew has at least an outside Chance if the vessel is located on the Continental shelf which has a maximum depth of about 650 feet. But they acknowledge there is no Hope if the ship plummeted to the Ocean floor beyond the shelf where Depths reach up to 18,000 feet. The scorpion could not withstand the enormous pressures at such Depths they said. Dietzen Deputy director of submarine warfare indicated the Crew could survive for longer than 70 Days if the nuclear reactor continued to work and the skipper took certain measures to conserve the Crews strength. Kennedy defeat May mean final Humphrey win Bain adds to tragedy exploring Stream near Clyde Ohio these boys Are off on an adventure similar to those experienced the world Oer when the warm Spring weather comes around. Photo was taken through Culvert framing tile Young explorers. No bombing reductions Washington apr president Johnson says he a prepared to keep his peace envoys in Paris for an indefinite period but will not further reduce . Bombing of North Vietnam with out similar restraint by Hanoi. Johnson a comments at a tuesday news conference came after he was briefed on the Paris talks by Cyrus r. Vance top assistant to chief . Negotiator w. Averell Harriman. Vance also briefed top Congress members after which Senate democratic Leader Mike Mansfield said he was a not discouraged about peace prospects. But Mansfield voiced Hope a the american people realize this is something that will take weeks and maybe Vance plans to return to the French capital late this week. Johnson said it is time for the communists a to move from fan Tasy and propaganda at the conference table the North vietnamese have yet to acknowledge any of their forces Are in South Vietnam and to get Down to serious negotiations for a peaceful settlement. The president reported the enemy is pouring record amounts of men and material into the South and has accelerated attacks since the Paris Parley began nearly three weeks ago. Nevertheless a we shall con. Tine patiently to see whether the Paris talks shall yield any. Thing in the Way of constructive results a Johnson said. Other sources said Vance and Harriman Are gearing for discussions they believe could last through the summer and beyond. Johnson said tile communists have used the Paris meetings to try to pressure the United states into a Complete one sided bombing halt of North Vietnam and to peddle propaganda. Johnson said his March 31 partial cutback in . Air attacks ended the bombing raids on 90 per cent of North Vietnam a population and 78 per cent of its territory. The remaining bombing destroys More than 20 per cent of the infiltration flow against the South and saves lives of Allied troops he said. No paper thursday the evening Sun will not be published thursday enabling employees to observe the memorial Day Holiday with their families. Viet troops beat Back massive Cong attacks Saigon apr South Viet namese troops battled Viet Cong holdouts today on the Southwest Side of Saigon As the . Marines reported hurling Back two massive North vietnamese assaults near Khe Sanh. The marines said they killed 230 of the enemy. A the War has intensified a a said Gen. William c. Westmore land a but the enemy is riot doing Well militarily. They be had no military after four Days of hard fight ing on the outskirts of Saigon the South vietnamese said they had wiped out the last Viet Cong pockets in Gia Dinh on the Northern Side of the City and re a poor people supreme court building Washington apr shouting a Viva Viva Quot a half. Dozen angry demonstrators crashed their Way into the supreme court today and hurled rocks through the windows of a main floor office. They were pushed Back by four mein. Hers of the court s special police Force and left As a sort of calling card a Button that read a a Vosotros Venc Eremos Quot we will win. The violent outburst came after a group of about 300 from the poor Peoples Campaign had assembled on the court Steps to protest a court ruling affecting Indian fishing rights in the Northwest. Rocks broke four windows in the court s file room strewing shards of Glass along the floor and startled several women employees who fled the room shouting a they re there was no indication of any injury. The demonstrators were dressed in work clothes and several wore bandannas around their necks. One was a Young girl. The police had closed the steel doors of the building shortly after the delegation from the poor Peoples Campaign set up what its Leader the Rev. Ralph David Abernathy called a a a Vigil on the front Steps to pro. Test the fishing ruling. However one window in the file room had not been locked and it was through this that entry was gained. Left behind with the Button was a pair of sunglasses. Taken two thirds of tile Phu Lam residential area on the South. West Side of the City. I Phu Lam four Miles from downtown Saigon government marines were advancing from the South while rangers pushed in from the North trying to dig out a Viet Cong Force strengthened by too or More reinforce merits during the night. . Gunship helicopters fired rockets into buildings from which enemy snipers Wero laying Down Sharp barrages of Small arms and rocket Fin into Street intersections. South vietnamese officers said one pc prisoner indicated that the infiltrators had taken heavy casualties possibly up to 50 per cent in two Days of clash. Is. But two South vietnamese troops were killed and to wounded in the first few hours of fighting this morning. The government radio reported More than too Viet Cong killed in the last few Days around Gia Dinh. A captured Viet Cong document unveiled by the . Command exhorted the guerrillas to work for a More striking and More decisive victories a to bet ter the bargaining position of North Vietnam a negotiators in Paris. Along South Vietnam s Northern Frontier fighting also continued for the fifth straight Day. Portland Ore. Apr the Kennedy have finally lost an election Iii an Oregon democratic presidential primary that rubbed the winning Sheen off sen. Robert f. Kennedy. Sen. Eugene j. Mccarthy an underdog upset tile new York senator in the first defeat Ever handed to a member of the Kennedy family in More than a score of primaries and general elections in which they have been engaged. The ultimate Winner in Kennedy a Oregon setback could be vice president Hubert h. Humphrey. He got Only around 5 per cent of the vote by write in. But lie was an indirect beneficiary of Mccartty s derailing of the bandwagon Kennedy Hopes to ride triumphantly into the party a Chicago nominating convention. Mccarthy restored his status As a top contender for the nomination. However lie faces another apparently Uphill Battle with Kennedy next tuesday in California where the signs Are not As favourable for the Minne. Sota senator. They irony of tile situation however was Attiat while Kenne. By and Mccarthy were Strug. Gling Over Oregon s 35 convention votes Humphrey won 53 of 63 Florida votes. A ticket headed by sen. George matters a Humphrey supporter swamped a slate pledged to Mccarthy. Humphrey thus continued to pile up a Delegate total tie had enriched previously in states where conventions name the slates while his opponents Battle each other in the primaries. Kennedy s chief Hope of overcoming this Lead had been to sweep the primaries and thus storm into the convention As a demonstrated Winner. In Oregon the Kennedy name and touch failed to Rouse the crowds to ecstatic Heights As they had in Indiana Nebraska and in California campaigning. Mccarthy combined his soft sell approach with the Best organization and the heaviest financing lie has been Able to mount in any of the primaries. The results indicated that Kennedy would be handicapped in areas where Hie negro and ethnic minority vote is Small As it was in Oregon. In Hie Republican division of Hie primary former vice president Ricl Tard m. Nixon swamped two threatening con. Tenders. By taking More than 70 per cent of the vote tie deflated the possibility that a combination of goes. Nelson a. Rockefeller of new York and Ronald Reagan of California could Stop him at the Miami Beach flu., party convention. Reagan who said lie Isnit a presidential candidate got around 22 per cent of Hie vote with his name on Hie ballot after an expensive and lengthy television Campaign. A write in Campaign for Rockefeller an Active candidate who won the 1964 Oregon primary produced about 5 per cent. Paris heels calling for new protests Paris Al a the communists called another labor demonstration in Paris today the 13.Day old general strike continued to spread arid banned Stu Dent agitator a Danny the red Cohn Bendit dyed his hair Black and slipped Back into France. The communist led general confederation n of labor Frances biggest planned a massive slogan chanting Parade to Back up its demands including a 12 per cent pay raise. It called the package offered monday by the government and private Industry a notoriously that one included a to per cent raise and reduction of the work week from 46-47 hours to 40. Oilily heavy downpour adds to the woes of this vietnamese family seeking shelter in Saigon where thousands were left Home less by Viet Cong terrorist attacks in the South vietnamese capital. New walkouts came at Frances major nuclear Plant Pierre Latte and at the French news Agency Agency France press. The strike at the nuclear Plant May delay the test of Frances first Hydrogen bomb scheduled to be held in the Pacific this summer. Coal miners and Bank employees voted to accept the settlement rejected by most other workers but this did not Send them Back to work. They decided to stay off the Job in support of the other strikers. Red haired 23-year-old Cohn Bendit Leader of the Radical student Grout that launched the student agitation from which the crisis stemmed appeared at a Post Midnight news conference at the sorbonne and declared a there will be continuous violence As Long As we live in a capitalist society. In no Case must we give up the streets to the Colin Bend it born in France to German jewish refugees had been to Holland and West Germany for speeches. Because he uses a West German passport the government jumped at the Chance to bar him from France and two destructive student riots in Paris resulted. Cohn Bendit said that after blackening his hair he crossed the Border a through French and German Woods but would no details. The ministry of Interior said it knew of Cohn Benditz a arrival but had not decided whether to try to expel him. Today s Chuc Kle never buy anything with a handle on it. It Means work. Give
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