t ' f S^' ON WAY TO QUESTIONING - Hooded Viet Cong captives are walked to an *V interrogation center by a U.S. military policeman in Da Nang. South Vietnam. They were captured during a sweep of the Tam Ky area by U.S. soldiers about 35 miles south of Da Nang. " (AP Wirephoto) i Women Urged To Oppose All Who Support Vietnam War WASHINGTON. HI - Jeannette Rankin, only member of Congress to vote against entering both world wars, today asked women "to/vote", .against every man who is for .the .war" in Vietnam. The 87-year-old Miss Rankin led a women's march on Capitol Hill at the opening of the 1968 session of Congress .only a day after Senate majority leader Mike Mansfield called for ; a halt in the bombing of North Viet- nam to try to stimulate peace talks. , Mansfield said the adminstra- tion's demand'for "one^mali indication" of a willingness to negotiate may have been met by a recent statement by the North Vietname.se foreign minister. The official, Nguyen Duy Trinh, said Hanoi "will hold talks" If the bombing and other acts of war are stopped. Â£ CORPUS CHRfSTI TIMES, Mo/2-UpP* 15, 1,968 ',^ i Mansfield-planned to -meet with Miss Hankin, his Montana' constituent, J who served two terms in Congress in 1917 and 1941 and cast the sole' vote against U.S. entry Into World War II. Miss Rankin gathered with a Capitol*for the peace march, The demonstr-dtors plannedJto halt s at the edge;of(,the"CajjitoI grounds while'leaders delivered a petition opposing tbe Vietnam war. AMERICAN LOSSES IGNORED week Ambassador i President John-! portedly Prince .N'orodom Sihanouk United Slates had no wish to sii the war into Cambodia by I pursuing the Viet Cong. " !i """ THIEU, HOWEVER, said the! 'making peace. Thieu alsii threw cold water on the laU: Hanoi and even greater miensmcauon 01 m m mm and $2 j mlon ^^^ , he ri ght of piireuitj w a r year into the war. i against the Communist aggres- His remarks, in a speech to -This is our ei.nintrv," Thieu : sors ifthe.v continue to use stag- Vietnamese editors, wore the said. --We are victims nf Com: jns areas in Cambodia." cleare sirongest stateimvil yd muniM aggression" and have. Th^n stwke of !he need fnr a ^ nf the anomalous suction ,h.i. ; ,ked for 'help from friendly i " "S^Sk- ^pJSe-j ha developed between \ietnam coimtriov ,,,.,,,,,, ^ pn ,, mv Ru , |, is (] J and it.-; aliy. the United Sl;iies. Hut. he wont on. "the R e p u h 1 ' ra !lin" for i nartial mohili-i - That i, that the Vietnam^ iic of V.clnam most nMurallv;^,^l!}'"^ VietnKcSSe IT iTM!t, l c? n , W1 ! llnK ,'w h ,' 1VP should haw thp central rnlc in: :'"ti a lowering of the'draft age fh- Imiled Mates hear the !H,r- any d.-volÂ»pments relalh.g to.has run into so much public op-j rpMM-ve pvrnU in \ let.nam. Ipositjnn ihat it now appears 18- Th ion also reaffirmed anolheriyt-ar olds will not lx drafted Mxunt of difference iwtween hus^rypite promises to the con- ;'ovf-!7iment and the United; lr ., rv THEY HKFUSK to act-opt states m the issue of the Viet; ,, " ' ihe nntinn that thoir position --.Cong taking sanctuary in neigh-i ,..'1 l.^^^? 1 !?!^.^!!!.; 1 ^?.^^^ i plored." Thieu said. i "I?ul after a reasonable time, 'if the Communist aggressors re- imain adamant," he said, "heav- -ier pressure against them will . lMH-o;ne necessary." Heavier pressure would mean . _ , heavier pressure by the United KinqsviIle Woman "ss^Si2T.1S?*sf; +J Â· make the peace, evince no parti- . . . , . , 'cular will or capacity to in- A federal bench warrant w a s - p i n t v from Herbert K. Hart. ,. roa .s e their participation in the i.vued here today fnr a Kincs-'who is charged with transport--war. ville woman who has t\nce'ing a stolen car from Alhuquer- "" ~ ~ failed to a open r in court fnr ar- qne. N.M., to Corpus Christi. He ! raignment on a charge of pos- ^ 'Â» \* senicticed Inter but no; sensing stolen mail mutter. date was set. ! , , . . . , ., . .. , . Dale AnUumv Goodwill :il-! Mrs. Madelyn Ru-c failed lÂ» Iun)p(T pnu , r ^ n a flf no(i appear in court on Her. IS when ,, m!!v , 0 ;in i, 1( |ictment diargingi she was scheduled for arraign-.him with theft of personal prop- 1 rnenl .IIK'CC \\oiKirow Seals fr'.v within the jurisdiction of! asked the US. marshal's off,rc 'f fÂ«teral gwornment He Is! , , charged with stealing a fuel fil-i to request ihe assistance of the ter _ ,, swlin rfifll cling aircraft. ! post office inspector in locating Coodwill appeared in court ac-i her. Her case was re-set for lo-:companicd by n lawyer who re-1 fj a v 'quested a jury trial. d*n of the war. but Ihe for thenr-'flves the d f H'iion on when an! how in (,TK! it. POSTAL THEFT CASE Warrant Issued for ;vil!e Woman When she failed U, appear the second setting. Judge Seals no contest to'charges of hunting; ordered the bench warrant and migratory birds over a hailed; set Mrs. Rice's bond at $2.500. iaren. They were to be sentenced In other criminal matters in-iduring Ihe afternoon session of. day. Judge Seals heard, a plea of.TMm't. ; Many leading authorities say there is no cure for piles short of surgery. But in some cases there is a product that may relieva pile pain. Its name Is M.P.O.-- Menthotatum Pile Ointment. M.P.O. contains Benzocaine, a topical artes- thetic hospitals use to soothe burns and skin rash. It can Rive relief lor hours. Get M.P.O. at your drug counter, In ointment or suppositories. Crash Victim Is identified KINGSVILLE. - Lt. (jg) Beverly Thomas Richardson ,tr., 2-1, was identified today as the student pilot killed in a Navy plane crash yesterday afternoon ai Kingsville Naval Air Auxiliary j Air Station. j Richardson, of Training Squa-| dron 22,was the son nf Mr. and Mrs. Beverly T. Richardson Sr. of Annadale, Va. 1,1. George P. Krover, flight instructor, .suffered minor back injuries. A Navy spokesman said their Tf''9.I Cougar jet wenl out of control one minute after takeoff. Both men ejected al a low altitude, but Richardson was killed upon landing. 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