GOP fo Force CMl Bights Action MIAMI BEACH. Fla. (AP) -I Republicans wheeled up their Xim.s today for a probably futiloi news offensive to force some kind i of civil right s action by the Democratic-dominated 55th annual Governors' Conference. Governors of both parties planned two hours of talk at an afternoon session, under strict time limitations, to the issue, B,ut there would be little opportunity for any effective action under the rules. Repulsed in their initial efforts j Monday by an all-bul-solid Demo- j cratic majority, GOP members led by Govs. Nelson A, Rockefeller of New York and Mark 0. Hatfield of Oregon worked out! strategy to inject the issue into an attack on President Kennedy's welfare legislative program. A committee headed by Democratic Gov. Richard J. Hughes of New Jersey lay s before the conference Wednesday a report ap. proving in glowing terms Kenne- Today in History Young Reaches Great Salt Lake By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Today is Tuesday, July 23, the 240th day of 1963. There arc 161 days left in the year. ' Today's highlight in history: On this date in 1847, Brigham Young and his cavalcade of Mormons reached the Great Salt Lake in Utah afte r surviving a bitter winter while searching for their promised land. After viewing the broad, fertile valley surrounding the lake, Young told his followers that they had indeed found their promised land. On this date: In 1766, the first medical society in the American colonies wag organized in New Jersey. In 1884, the Italian patriots, Attilio and Emilio Bandiera. were executed for attemiping to liberate political prisoners. In 1912, Congress required that radio equipment be carried on every steamer licensed to carry 50 or more passengers. In 1944, U.S. Marines invaded Tinian Island in th e Pacific during World War II. In 1956, the name of Bedloe's Island, site of the Statue of Liberty, wa schanged to Liberty Island. Ten Year's ago: Communist ground forces made a few gains in-a major drive on'the central and Western Korean fronts. Five years ago: Venezuela's provisional government announced it had upset an attempted coup by a group of military figures led by the defense minister. One year ago: Live television programs were formally exchanged for the first time be tiween the United States and EU rope via the new U.S. Telstar 1 satellite. dy's proposals for a domestic peace corps, a youth employment act, new mental health legislation and his highly controversial program of health care for the p '- derlv. financed through Social Security. Hatfield, committee vice chairman, is expected to counter this mov-t? with a minority report laced with civil rights declarations. H would take issue with some of tlie Democratic majority's views. The Republicans believe they have a chance of forcing a conference showdown that would put divided Democrats in the embarrassing position of having to vote for the first time on a civil rights; declaration. j A previous test, in which the Democrats rolled over the Kepub. lication opposition 33-16, abolished (lie conference resolutions com.! mittec. While civil rights propos-' als died along with others, it was not officially a ballot on the issue. Democratic Gov. Albert D. Rosellini of Washington, conference chairman, said in a statement the action would not "gag" the organization, as the Republicans had charged. Ho said other com- \ mittces can continue to report as' in the past. ; The Republican rub was that i Poq« 9 I'H.v T«»lpgrnnt Tuesday, July 23, 1963 there was no committee studying the civil rights matter, as such. Democratic governor s looked to Vice President Lyndon B. 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