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Pacific Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - November 17, 1963, Tokyo, Japan New York up despite picketing and Satin demonstrations throughout the a noted political scientist says the civil rights picture is brighter today than at any time in John chairman of the department of policies at Brandeis presented a 308page report to the 50th anniversary committee of the anti defamation league of b Nai brith which had commissioned him to make a year Long study on civil he said americans have made such Radical changes in their civil rights attitudes that they have brought about one of the greatest breakthroughs in human Freedom in Roche took Issue with persons who contend today civil rights problems show we Are in a bad he said the sex Nee of today demands by Chicago negroes have just As much right to live in Chicago Allwhite suburbs As the Chicago Urban league said in announcing a new program to help Speed housing negroes for immediate Equality is a function of new social attitudes which place the Ameri can dream in closer sight than it had Ever been until this he civil rights and liberties applied in practice mainly to persons who were White an protestant and members of a Rural society who considered the City an alien but in the last 50 he interpersonal and inter group relationships have improved so much that it is in the not the 18th or 19th that the United states had its real birth of Freedom for he said reasons for this Are in both the subjective views of political leaders and the objective role of the government in natural of minorities for Justice and social renewed application of the 14th amendments mandate that no state shall make or enforce any Laws which abridge the privileges and immunities of of the United j sin offers to Ivanov Butenko Ivanov one stars Mansfield Pittsburgh up the movies which features Jayne Mansfield in the and diary of a nudist have been banned from the films made their local debuts wednesday at a downtown theater and two the theater owners agreed to with draw a delegation of City officials composed of police James Lawrence judge Price Peter Flaherty and City solicitor Robert Dauer viewed both said Slusser this is indicative of the trend of the times which should be said Maloney it is objectionable and in theater owner Morris Rubin Philadelphia unusual move by the so Viet government failed Here As a three judge Federal a peal court refused bail to accused soviet spy Igor Ivanov and his alleged american John the russian government had told the third Cir Cuit court of appeals that it would guarantee the appear Ance of described As a chauffeur for the soviet Trade Agency amt org in new when he goes on chief circuit judge John Biggs remarked that it appeared unusual for Russia to intervene on behalf of a russian citizen who was Only As a Ivanov and an electronics Engineer who had Access to defense were arrested 29 at the Railroad the soviet guarantee came in a document sent from the rus Sian embassy in Nicholai first testified Ivanov would be under the embassy under Cross examination by bans didst think the Mansfield movie was shown for months in Philadel new Jersey and even bos Rubin theres no thing wrong with Cleopatra is worse than the theater operators removed the films rather than face court their replacements violated Paradise and Money hot Antarctic seals sent to aquarium Washington wed Clell seals from the Antarctic Are being flown to the new York aquarium for associate curator Carlton who is making a study of Seal the Navy said a column of smoke towers in the air As underwater craters erupt off the South coast of Iceland a radio photo uniform Ocean Crater Sanford Rece Mehenko said he did not know whether Moscow would deny Ivanov entry if he sought to return or if it would Send him Back Here for Jaffe told the court bail should be denied Ivanov because there were no ironclad assurances Ivanov would not be permitted to return to the bail plea for an Engineer with the inter National electric Para was made by attorney Stephen Fri agents arrested the suspects in a parking lot after Butenko allegedly turned Over a briefcase full of air Force Docu ments to the two were committed without bail to the Hudson county jail in Jersey Money unit studied Washington a the establishment of a new International currency will be considered by a special International group set up to consider world monetary a ranking treas Ury official said Robert under Secre tary of the Treasury for Mone tary said a group of 10 including the would consider a proposal for the new currency unit along with several other the proposed International unit would be backed by the Dol the British Pound and other highly stable currencies such As the German the swedish the French franc and the italian establishment of such a unit would ease International pressure on the Dollar and the blasts column 600 High Iceland an Ocea Bottom Volcano began erupting thursday morning about four Miles Southwest of the West Man Isles off the Southern icelandic no damage was reported but steam and smoke Rose 600 feet into the a Washington up on the morning of May three radar controllers in the Washington air traffic control Center were watching the pro Gress of capital airlines flight Pittsburgh to the a four engine was merely a White Blip on the Sud Denly the sweeping Eye of the radar set picked up the faint return of a target near flight on the next sweep of the the unknown target 2 Pacific stars stripes november 1963 had disappeared but the vis counts Blip was curiously larger and no longer the controllers tried to raise flight 800 but in its radar image remained station then at that very the seven passengers and four Crew members aboard the red and White Airliner were the plane had collided with a Maryland air National guard Jet that was More than five years the last it was revealed has now been flight 300s Fate 9 would have become just an other but it was not a statistic to the three men in the darkened radar room who had stood by helplessly while the innocent looking White blips merged into one and then they had through the coldly impersonal eyes of a 11 human beings one of the the suffered a Complete mental it took 11 months before psychiatric treatment restored him to the second controller left control work for desk the third a sen compassionate Man named Charles was re assigned to no Nair traffic control for five Floyd brooded about what happened May the newsletter of the air traffic control ran a Little Story about Char Les ending in this Para graph a few Days his two Little age 3 and a found him in his bedroom apparently beside him were three empty Barbiturate a few hours he was comic accuses 6 jurors of perjury los Angeles club comic Lenny Bruce has asked that perjury complaints be filed against some members of a jury that convicted him of Narco tics known for his Socal led sick contended that some of the jurors who heard his Case last May have committed perjury by saying during pretrial examinations they did not know he had been arrested As a narcotics he said he had hired a private investigator who Learned that at least six jurors later said they did know of his Bruce said further that the investigator recorded testimony at the trial and subsequently found discrepancies in the Weisner at Jerome Weisner wednesday was appointed Dean of the school of science at Massachusetts Institute of Weisner has been a special assistant to president

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