Independent from Long Beach, California on March 17, 1966 · Page 3
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 3

Long Beach, California
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Thursday, March 17, 1966
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^Federal Agents Confiscate 250-Ton iHoard of Machine-Gun Parts. Bullets /. · / ·Orangrturg mirf S u n d a y . . Thiee men wer* arrested by Firearms Act. !Agents stezed 21 automatic the agents in lhat raid, two at; The three men arrested in weapons and several hand-! the farmhouse and one near! the Orangeburg raid were ! grenades at a farmhouse in a! Sumter. They were charged Charles W. Leavell, 39, ofi25, of North ! remote area. |wifh violating the i, ] INDEPENDENT -- P«j« A-S L *"* *****' "**' "*"" ***' "' *** Augusta, a n d Feder»liS'mter; John Michael O'Berry.l Jack S. Horger, 31. of Cope. * ' * U M T E R , S.C. (UPI) -federal agents siezed 250 tons pf jnachine-gun parts and bui- lt was the second major confiscation this week. Sun- ing as buy ei» for » southFlor-iD. Behen, agent in charge of ida group planning a day, agents seized a small a r-l Am * rican revolution. *«i, "enough to fill 20 trailer! senal in Orangeburg that con- r trucks," Wednesday in a raidkained h a n d grenades and c rh | n * chme werestacked ere stacked ' I-atin|the raiding officers. ; No arrests were made. Only few spectators were near »t., deserted warehouse. 'automatic weapons after pos-jl -". opened t h a t federal SAVI NOW ON W6 RCA VICTOR ... T COLOR t Hock and Whit* iffi. TermS RELIABLE OPEN FRIDAY NITE TILL I P.M. RAPID TV CO. iYTHINO WI SELL" HE 4-9897 in boxes and crates in the many had not been agents declined to estimate the wa rehouse. 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"This is enough to fill 201 The parts consisted largely trailer trucks," said Williamjof barrels, barrel jackets, back ~ """ " 'plates, cover plates, buffer plates, tripods and other components of .30 and .50-caliber machine guns, and .30 and .50- caliber ammunition. The warehouse raid came out of investigations from the Solons Ask New Curbs on Inflation WASHINGTON (UPI) -The Senate-House Economic Committee warned Wednesday that inflationary pressures had worsened and urged Congress to enact a standby tax increase and suspend investment credit for business The two anti-inflationary moves were recommended in the committee's report on its annual study of the Presi dent's economic report, prepared by his Council on Economic Advisers. Under the committee proposal. Congress would pass a tax bill--with the administration setting the a m o u n t needed--leaving out only the date of implementation. It would be triggered by a Senate-House resolution passed later by Congress and signed by the President. # * * * ONLY Democratic mem-! bers signed the committee's j majority report. Republican:, members said administration policies could result in serious. inflation this year and a ro cession in 1967. · Rut it was the Democrats', findings that stung the ad-| ministration. President Johnson and his top economic aides have insisted that current budget and tax programs were adequate In the fight against rising prices. "We do not belittle the ad- m i n i s t r a t i o n views," the Democralic members said. "However, prices have al readv begun In edge up more rapidly, particularly wholesale prices, which were re- jmarkahly stable over the (previous 60 months." 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LBJ's Bill to Rip Bias in Housing WASHINGTON (UPI) -- A ; nationwide f a i r housing law signed to end racial dis-! crimination in the sale nf homes will he proposed to, Congress sonn by President j Johnson. \ T h e p r o p o s e d legislation| would apply to both new and j old homes and would encompass them whether or not the federal government was i n - j volvod in the financing. | The hill's scope is not ex-| pected to be confined to I homeowners who wish to sell, j II would cover the entire! range of housing institutions, including savings and loan associations, insurance companies and real estate firms. * * * * JOHNSON'S proposal is ex-! pected to run into strong op-' position in Congress. Senate GOP Leader Everett M. Dirk-1 sen called it a "pretty rough I bill" Wednesday after a briefing by Atty. Gen. Nicholas deB. Katzenbach. 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