Nov 1965, More Control

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Clinton Memorial (CoatlBued iruu. .ngf ». HOSpitol N^lVfS mittee to recommend an ap- Propriate constitutional amend- he said, ADMISSIONS: Charles King, Clarksville Since the opinion announced Route 1, Monday, surgical. Monday by Associate Justice Mrs. Halph Osborn, Lynch- WilUam J. Brennan Jr. was di- burg Route 2, Monday, surgical. rected specifically at that provi- Catherine Mae, 2, daughter of sion of the law aimed at individ- Mr. and Mrs. James Stone, 210 S. Mulberry St.. Monday, medi- Partment decided to continue its cal. prosecution of the party for fail- gmijgg. ^-t‘o,7a*nil!tion * To Mr! and Mrs. James R. jg Crothers, Peebles, a daughter. „.s. District Court and couid « P«““ds, at U:40 a. ^ ^ ^ qjj conviction — which would, of m., Monday. A son, weighing 9 pounds 13V^ __________ _____ cimilar annual was successful after a 1991 conviction. Fayetteville To Mr. and Mrs. Leonard ”‘Bg»a„sr*\h'e^*Da failed Blancbester Route 1, .f?,.:®“, a son, weighing 3 pounds 14 convicuwu — wmcu wuum u* course be subject to appeal and ®““®®*» 4:K p. m., Monday, further te«!tinc of the law A Thiel, _ ____ 1 ___ i —1 Fayetteville Route 1. orders, after hearings, to 44 al- Thursday, dismissed Monday. leged members, who appealed Mrs. Alan L. Mussetter, WU- through the federal courts. The mington Route 5, and son, Da- defendants and the government vid Alan, born Friday, dis- agreed that whatever the Su- missed Monday^ ^ Blanches- «t William Albertson and Ro^- ter Route 2; and son, Timothy ^oe Quincy Proctoi would apply Dale, bom ‘Wednesday, dis- others — one of the _ Tw t tir I me ouoversive Acuvmes v.uu- Mrs. Gene Paul Suker, 891 W., “ Board issued registration Locust St.. and daughter, born I register, the responsibiUty for «^“8 ^ «“ “» officers and members. The Subversive Activities Con- ounces, at 12:16 a. m., today. DISMISSALS: Wednesday, missed Monday. Mrs. Robert H. Cook, Cincin- READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS B -p. ^ that’s the « . ^ ’^lÆpS ^2,0"; sion. something we’ve always wanted While the Justice Department to do and couldn’t.” made no comment about its plans, toe Albertson decision was seen as seriously weakening its case against Gus Hall, who calls himself “chief spokes, man” of the Communist party. Hall’s trial for failure to regis- a ter as a party officer has been delayed pending disposition of the party trial now under way here, at But since Brennan’s oimiion was aimed at protecting specifi- caHy named individuals from is- self-incrimination, the feeling among government legal ob- servers was that a similar find- at in regard to Hall will be vir- tujjly ^avoidable . . Hall haded the decision as a 1 *^^®w against toe longest legal vendetU in American history,” and predicted increased Com- munist activity. He told a news conference in New York: “Wherever iff pos- One Stop Health Free 2 hour parking General Denver Hotel center ot town . . . Wilmington and Clinton drugs dispensed by cists ... A feel inclined to “set That's May We Be PHONE For

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  1. Wilmington News-Journal,
  2. 16 Nov 1965, Tue,
  3. Page 2

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