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Tlmea SQuare. Ntw York. N. Y. 1003«1
NEW YORK, SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 19(
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RESSING SENATOR KENNEDY CIVIL
LD FIGHT HURT IN AIR CRASH;
END ASIA BAYH INJURED, TOO
IS JOHNSON IS FIRM
Both Are in Fair Condition
in Massachusetts Hospital
-Pilot of Plane Killed ·
PRESIDENT'S.
V
. c l'f . t B7 Tht Aasoclattd Preu
OS ows In a I ornla 0 SOUTHAMPTON, Mass., Sat-
urday, June 20-SenatQr Ed- H D [ th T k
Oppose Violators of wa'rd M. Kennedy, younger e ec,ares e' as
brother of President Kennedy,
Freedom in World and Scna_tor Birch Bayh were Now Is. to Change
injured in the cra.sh of a pri-
vate plane last night while on Law Into Custom
the \1.·ay to the Massachusetts
Democratic Convention.
to Tht New York Ttmts
11
By TOM WICKER
19 SAN FRANCISCO J une 19 The pilot was' killed. and two SJ)ed&l to Tbe N• York
,-ing -President Johnson I promised other persons were injured. Mr. SAN· FRANCISCO, June 1.9--
lhat tonight to open an "offensive Kennedy was semlconsc?ous. President JohnsOn called the
•sest in the pursuit of peace" based Both Senators were reported Senate passage of his ct101 rights
nust on an overwhelming military in fair condition at Cooley Dick- bill today a "challenge to men
• or power that "mn.kes it possible inson Hospital in nearby North- ot good will in every part
tiled to seek a greement without ampton. · . the country to transform the
fearing loss of liberty." Also injured were Mrs. Bayh, commands of our law into
here The President, addressing an reported in good condition, and &stoms of our land."
nent audience of nearly 2,500 at a Edward Moss of Andover, ad- Mr. Johnson said it was
cas t Democratic party fund-raising mlnistratlve aide to 'Mr. Ken- the nation's task "to reach be-
·om- dinner, also pledged stern yond the content of the bW to
nent American opposition to "those conquer the barriers of
who believe they can violate education, poverty, and aq1.18lid
this their neighbor's borders and hou.sinc which are an lDJ:It!rllt:.••
1
em- st eal their neighbor's freedom." ance ot past injustice and aD
with At the end of a day in Call- impediment to future  
t of fornia. during which he gave He saJd that he did not ·
sian several indications that he ex• derestimate the depth of
forts pected to be Pres ident fo; '"at pa88ions involvec;lln the
nam least four-more years, Mr. John- gle for ra.cial equality!'
.son said he wanted to double But he also spoke ot "&
llion the size of the Peace Corps, reservoir of and com-
'om- pursue what he ca.Jied the "great passion, of decency and fairplay
nter- society" with "the vision and which seeks a vision ot juatice
from valor of pioneers" and achieve ., without violence in the streets."
that "full equality f or all our peo- .Johnson Statement r
le" <'
t' tatc P · If these forces the
tntcs .i n the day, after an ' said, "do not de'sert the field,
sure welcome from more if they can be brought to the
nder- than 300,000 San Franciscans battle, then the years of trial .,
lined Market Street to see will be a prelude to the final
h1s motorcade, the President triumph of a land 'with liber ty
d is came as near as he has a.nd'Justice for all.' "
aslng to predicting his election in The President issued his
> the November. statement on the rights bill
nd to Predlcts the Good Life Auocl&ted Prua here, whUe he was beginning a
"A Government which can Senator Edward M. Kennedy two-day tour of California. The
ON HAND FOR TH
sug- get thing.! done and knows - full text of the statement fol-
dcny where It Is going," he said, Is n.cdy, who. was reported in cri- lows: ! tance to tbe Senate
mlsm "the kind of Government you llcal condition. "Senate passage of the c1vil , .
long have had for the past :four years The pilot was as rights bill Is a major .step to- ARIZONAN
.tance -and that is the kind of Gov- Edwin J. Zimny, 48 years old, ward equal opportunities tor all
f les- emment you are going to get o! LaWTence, a last-minute sub- Americans. I congratulate Sen- ·
lor the next !our years." stltutc for the regular Kennedy at ors of . both parties who {\f) ('1 (\ p
... n,.., worked to make passage pos- 1111 h II
TAf.
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THE NEW YORK TIME
SENATOR KENNEDY
INJURED IN ,CRASH
Plane Crash

m Massachusetts Injure·s senators I
·'
Contlmlcd From· 1, Lol. 3
New York to investigate the
cra!-ih.
Robert Schauer of Southamp-
ton said he and two ncphewft: "
talked with• the Bayhs at the
scene· of the crash-an apple
orchard near Hadley Airport.
Mr. Schauer said Ken-
nedy was able to talk but did
jlllt.want to be moved. · ·
President Johnson telephoned
the hospital to inquire about
the conditions of the Senators.
The President was notified in
San Francisco of .the pi e
ci,Jr-nt b:v \\' ite Hous com-
munications ; s he ro e in an
automobile fr 1 Fairmont
Hotel to the Hilt Hotel to de-
li\'cr a ·speech at a
party fund-raising dinner.
Wife Goc• to Ho•pital
:-rrs. Kennedy, who was at• Wreckage of twin-engine plane 'that crashed.
the ·convention in Springfield,;! Mas.s. The pilot wa.s.killed and Senators Edward :81,. Kennedy
fl. bout 15. miles away, left • .
the hosp1lal"' as soon a.s the
1
/ • ·• •
c1·ash was a'nnounccd at the I Peter Lawford Stunned'
cor:ventwn. _ 11 ••
She was accompan1ed by Gov.. By News of Att Crash
P.ndtcott Peabody of }.1assachu-
setts. · d
T' AL;\l SPRINGS, Calif.,·
JUllC 19 ( '[;Pn-"Whcn wilf
there be an end to all of these·
The con\'cntion chairman. for·.
1
mer State Senate PresideritJII
John E. Powers, announced that
).1r. Kcnncdv h;1.d .survived thei
terrible things?" .
\frash. A huge chee1' v.·ent up'l
. _ ftom the convention. 1
1
1 That was the reaction from
·._ Kennedy, who is 32 -ycars·
1
a stuhned Peter Lawford, ·
old. "'as elected to the S.<'natc brother-in-law of Senator
in 1962, rlc_fcating George Cabot Edward M: Kennedy, when he.
Lodge two yc;1.rs of learned of the- plane crash to-
his brother';:; /,Crm._ He is 11p for
n;--elcction t a full six-year night ih y • .-hich the young Sen-·
tc:-m in the , all. a tor was seriously.
g Childr<>lf .. _ Prcsitlent Kennedy WtfS
Born in th Boston suburb of sassinated in Dallas last Nov ..
Brookline. he 1 the youngest of 22-. V' ... · .:
the nine children of Joseph P. o't:her tragedies in
Kennedy, former Ambassador nedy family have . included
to Britain. His oldest brother, two deaths in airplane dis-
Joseph P. Kennedy Jr .. was
killed as a \Vorld \\'arilfighter asters, a son Joseph Jr., Who
pilot. was killed jn action· during'
Ec.lward Kennedy's first !!lung-e! \Vorld .J:r, and a daugh-
iqt1:l politics came in lrl:i8 \\"hl'TI ter, KnthlC(ln, who. rued ·in.
11;, _!J.Pr\'L't\ ;ts . ..:n · .. · '· tnllt.td · · ·. · ·
1
L"l-LS in a crash in 1 · · ·
(,..,. John F. Kclllwdy.
111 19611
·' I Sena•or _Kenn«;«<y ...... is _..:_,ed ............. ·. .;.....;u·e' ·of._th.· e
lL' \1, ,t-, \\ c-,tcr n ..,t ttl''i ( tr'' In additio:1. a son of Presi- o;; -..... .I.&:VU&
p,lign coordmator Hl hrs broth- 1 dent Kennedy, Patrick Bou.-
i•, Prcstdcnttal vier Kennedy, died of a lung IAnd.over ,AViation   pB.in··. but aSked th ... at the
ailment shortly after his
, Mr. Rt"h, :;c. ;llso \\on h1sl 1Mass. .: ..• -· be treated.flrst. .
J bl.rlh l;l.St .•·e.',lr. I 1
scat m the Senate m 1962 In a ' .. · ._.' · · . In Washington,' 'A•
'stunmnf: upset. he defc.tled P,e- · ·· · · · ·· ··· · · - Wt>a.thcr Poor f?r r alght General ·Kennedy's, dffir
p lican Senator Hnmet· Capc-lli!cd toni:.:ht h\' the pil.ot of the June It understoOd.the last r
har who wa.s sccknw his . · · · (l J•l) Th W th B • ..
· _..., plane mcilc:ttcd that stx persons
1
--- .e ... ea er urc,.u the Roman Catholic Chur
four h term. I, b t 1 h
'1lr Kennedy h:ld been bc\'n :-.;cheduk(l to rf'portcd \'1St Illy was css t a.n been administered to Mr
ulc . convention's f!thf. fhg ht. to C\\' England. . two :md one-half miles because 1 -----·------
opcmng
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farl1cr m the day but I: The plane was a t\',·in-en- of fng at time at the cra.'-'h.l· Fire Hits Lebanon, f
was delayed in \yashi_ngton ?Y
1
ginc Aero Commanclcr that were "marginal"\ LEBANON, N. H., .-:
the vote on the ctvil nghts btll. :.arnved at National C'\'('I1 for· landing :1.pln.nc by :n,-,1 {UPI}--A fire, fanncc!
}.1.rs. Kennedy, however, was !Airport at ·5:20 P.).L todav ;.;trurw'nt. it s;tid.
1
mtlc n.n hour \\·indc:.
wrt.iting for her husband in the :with two persons a.bo:1.rd Kennedy appeared to oe through the heart of t
conve!ltion . . ',took off ::tgaln :Lt 8:35 P.).L luctd He talked to nurses from I late today, destroymg
Page Avt':LliOn the pilot filNl the his stretcher as he was takr_:-n :ness-tenement building:
offlcc at Washmgton Natwnal trt1tion carci. frum an ambulance. aging at least 17 ottl'
Airport, a .. "fhc plane w:-t:::; owned by :Bayh app('arerJ to be in: injuring five person:'!.
SECURITY AXl) PEACE OF 1Ir
all Business, Professional and J
Now A'.!.c
lJ 2 '
nt audience of nearly 2,500 at a i Moss of Andover, ad- Mr. Johnson said it was now,
.st vartl fund-raising lministrative aide to Mr. Ken- the nation's task "to reach be- i
n- dinner, also pledged stern --;;:;-=:-:;:;:;:;::::;;::;;;::;;:;::=:;:;:; the content of the bill to,
nt AmericHn opposition to [ccmclue·r the barriers of poor
1
who believe they can violate poverty, and squalid
1is their neighbor's borders and which are an inherit-
m- steal their neighbor's freedom." pa..st injustice and an
1th At the end of a day in Cali- to future a<)vance."
of fornia during which he gave He said that he did not :'un-
lan several indications that he ex" derestimate the depth o( the
rts to be President for passions involved in the strug-,
.tm least fOUI"n10re years, :1-rr. John- gle for racial equality." I
son said he wanted to double But he also spoke of "a large
1
ion the size of the Peace Corps, reservoir of goodwill and com-
lffi- what he called the " passion, of decency and fair play 1
seeks a vision of justice
"()ffi
hat
.ate
LlCS
ll rt
!cr-
of pioneers" and achieve
"full equality for all our peo-
ple."
Earlier in the day, after an
enthusiastic welcome from
than 300,000 San Franciscans
who lined Market Street to see
his· motorcade, the President
came as near as he ever has
. is to predicting his election
.;mg November.
the
Predicts the Good Lire
''A Government which can
get things done and knows ------------
it is going," he said, isl , who was reported in cri-
lism "the kind of Government you 1' tical condition.
ong have had for the past four years The pllot was identified
without violence in the streets."
John•on Statement
If these forces, the Prcsiden
said, "do not desert the
if they can be brought to
battle, then the years of
will be a prelude to the
triumph of a land 'with llbert:rl
and justice for alL' " •:}·}i'ii"
The President· issued
on the rights
.while he .was beiltlnnlll<g
ltv;•n-iiRv tour of Ca.lifornla.
text of the statement
.nee -and that is the kind of Gov- J. Zimny, 48 years
les- ernment you are going to get of-Lawrence, a last-mindte su'b-[Alneric:ans.
for the next four years." · stitute for the regular Kennedy
1me- Mr. Johnson's remarks were·pilot. lw·orked
'rom made at the dedication of a new Senator KfiD1edY,
tJeen Federal office building in down- of Massachusetts, was treated look forward to the
San Francisco. Before in an emergency room.for back will not be for'lli··l
here, he also spoke and chest Injuries. His wife, when the bill
Edwards Air Force Base in Joan, visited him after he was That will be a milestot1el
Mojave Desert and broke:transferred to an intE!nSlve-care America's progress
g-round for a new Oakland Bay: unit. full justice for all her citizens.
arc" rapid. transit system at: Senator Bayh, ·Democrat of . "No single act'. of .
m Concord. ,Indiana, suffered a hip injury. can,. by Itself, ,eliminate dis-
this It \\as not unlil tqn1ght, when Mrs. Bayh was reported suffer· crimmation and prejudice,
that he attended the $100-a-plate ·ng from hock hatred and injustice.
tore-/fund-raising dinner, that Mr.·
1
M K s d.' ' · ,.:;·
I John
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, . r. enne y s pa.renl•, Mr. Broad National Conserunis
l as so P aye an open y polit-
ical role. and Mrs. Joseph P. Kennedy, "But this bill goes further
At every stop he. voiced hls
1
who were vacationing at tl}eir invest the rights of man IIS<!tUU:e:;.
· . ' prophecies of the good life for'summer home in .. Hyannis Port, the protection of.law than
t every American promisina Cal- >vcre ·not told of the plane in this century.
:n1i1-1 ' . b • . "Fi t, it will 'd
ifornians the lion's share. :crash. . rs provt e a
I At the party dinner, he shift-· Attorney General Robert F. fully designed code to test
I
ed h1s emphasis somewhat. de- Kennedy, brother of the Sena- the right of evecy
1tua-. tailing the increases since 1860 'tor, boarded the frunlly plane Amencan to go to school, to g:t
cstra- in American military might. He :with an aide and was ''.oeported a job, to vote, and to pursue .hiS
uture declared: , on the way to Boston. ' unliampered by the
hmts "We have used that strength' Two Civil Aeronautics racial discrlmblatlon.
past! not to intimidate others, but to· investigators were sent. "Second, It will, In Itself,
Asia ---- - all Americans to
iorms Continued on Page 6, Column 4 ! Continued on Page M, Column i to give
firm ----- to their fellow.·
;tress North Katanga City Is· Seized
war
1ds of
·c:ause
of
..;e. It
'eking
viola-
for
llSC it
111 any I
\minis-
umnl
l •
1J1es
:kets
'T'F.
By Rebels, the Congo Repor
Europeans Fltt Albertville,'
Crossing Lake Tanganyika
to Nearby Burundi
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Hy ,J, A.STHONY LtiKAS
  tn Tht New York Tlmu
LEOPOLDVIL.LE, the Congo,) Till·: ' :
June 19-Albcrtvillc, the capitali ....

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of North Katanga Province,:, AJt.,.-l...,llc
was reported today to have .J
to anti-Government ANGOLA • 'b·.·.·-...
According to messages reach-! a . .-
. b 1 ' -.
mg here, re c s striking south· -kV -
1
R/.100£5/A ·
along the shore of Lake Tan-: "--'-'----__: _ _:_=::::::__ _ __:J
ik t d
' The !\ew Yoril: Times
gany a en ere the city about'
Rebels were said to have
20. 1%4
"Third, it wlll enlist one
most powerful moral
not .. <olrlra.'ne2'ltt
on the bill against the .11
On the floor of the
of American society on th#l
6lvil rights-the inora.l
galion to respect and obey
of the land .
.. 1 Mr_ Dirksen ridiculed t
Fourth, m ·:water constitutional a
:important, b11l1s a moral position.
:and a a symool; Looking often at
and a strongthenmg of thatlc id t th h
, . , o wa cr. oug nc\
,abtding commitment to hurr.an·ll · h. b
· . . : :, onmg 1m y nam(',
1 d1gn1ty and the equality of· . ff h
11 . sen tn c cct c a cr
:man whtch has been the guid-:likelv nominee of his
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:Continued on Pagt'lll, Column 8 1what mav be the chief
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------··------- -- -·----·----·- -- ·:the Republican Na.tio
1 E h d B y·· · . ,' vention next month.
, r ar ars rsrt · Dirksen ate. Leg!•
T th S
• f U • First, Senator Dirk:
0 e ovre nron 'tioned many past
: islation that had first
SIX"C!tl to Tht Nrw York Ttmes
1
nounced as "unconsti
June 19 - Chal).cr·IIor, He listccl the child 1
nurd From Pllgf'l l, Col.
7
the President's hands were Senator Coldwater'!! atrport l
- - - l'lcralchcd Rnd bruised !rom speech In Portland.
Vl., sought to   or tourhlng thousand!! The downtown section was!
S G
ld Jammed. on the route th1ough
RWRY from .. t'nator o - oC   Hill voice al!lo grew town, and 2r,.ooo wf'rf' In thf' l
r the the S<'n- hoarse !rom talking to street City Hall Plaza whcrP Mr .
. In the same two corner crowds without the aid Johnson a!trr dark. I
Friday. of 11. bull horn. The motorcade was stalled In
•lead. Mr. Johnson went In M;mch<'sler tonight. at a the crush.
bedrock Republlcn.n \'Ot- meeling of weekly new spa per 'Tr ut h ·Sqund' on Trail
y praising them. ed\tor!l, he attacked the pro- HARTFOTlD. sept. 28 (AP) ·
have more respect for the g-ram Senator Goldwater has - This year's version of thr Re- J
bllcan pRrty than some of proclaimed !or the maintenance publi can "truth srprad" maclc Its
· who have taken over il!l o! peace through the •·respon- formal debut lx!hlnd
• this year," he said In sible'' uses of military power. Jpohn;"dn"n t t rl>dad y and hsakrd
1
thlc
· rest "n s oo on a!': a y p a
.Cord. . "Fir!lt." the President said, \ form in Identifying his Adminis-
ter, In Burlington. in a "is the Illusion that Coree or , thc
1
tralion as a res ponsible one.
• that has ne\'er given Its threat of force can resolve a ll ' "We think we can prove that
to a Democratic Preslden- probl£'m!l." , this h.as bl'cn
l'andldate, he drove the The UnltrC1 mllilarv In . forcrgn and
•' s edge deeper. power. he said be uscil

poii<'Y. sal!l
. . " to compel and !ri<>hten others .ltt\£' Elford A . ( rrl<'rbor., of
lne ot our great parllcs. . " ,, :\1inncsol·l
llrl been raptured bv into followang our command. . A . . . . th ":\.f C d
. . . "Thr onlv nf ppC'arlng ''' . r. r cr-
wt ton of men who h
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.. h. b<'r"' wrr·r Sr-n·ltnr· Lrn R lnr-
'-'\1<' a pn r·\' , \\'rnt on ,., · · ' ·
10P the whole rang•' of , ld b ·. · . . • · dan of ldaho. Rrprl'scntalivc
aiTcem<'nt and common '"
011
C' constll.nt conflict, R b ·t H \1" ·h 1 c Illi · d
• which ha\'<' brott""hl rising hostrlily and deepening R o cz t. ·l}( cCio k MnorsG. an -
,., tensions " eprcscn a rve ar ac reg
n the summit nf succrss. S d h . d .. h . •or of Minnrsola.
h£'sr mC'n have not j11st econ · P sa
1
. , IS t P rllu- . _
·hrd nul of SlC'p wllh Amcr- slon that the StatC'S can iPresident Goes to Hospital
progress· thry h;t\'C rc- demand rrsoltrtron of all the
t to ::til. 'rr th('y

.. . To Visit Senator Kennedy
rd control of our Govrrn- In thrs nurlt"ar a;::r. hr sat cl .l . --
t. tht"y woulc1 not Just .. have r.on_r,crn ab.oul the MANCHESTER, N.H.; Tues-
the direction of our fans of f've r) rontan!'nt. Thts day, Sept. 29 (UPI) - Prcsident
they would hall it al- c:oncern doe:- gt\'f' . l_ls. the Johnson !,lew to Boston early
·thPr ." I' or th£' r to this morning for a 35-mlnute
rht"V h::tvP alrradv said they affairs of all other vi!lit \\ith Senator E'dward M.
1ol 'intend to pas:c; laws. hu't natrons.. Kennedy, who suffered a broken
rpeal them, " thp Pre.c; id<'nt And P_rcsidcnt de- back in a plane cr ash.
;u·Ni a!l hr- ran down a. list clar<'d, . IS the !llusron . t hat we . "The Senator was Vf!ry <:heer-
•uling- minimum wa.grs. n.id cnul rl, rf only wp tnrrl hard ful. " Mr. Johnson said. "He
r-ducnlion. the test ban enough. put end to dlC!Iculty was in wonderful spirits."
1ty, the tax c1rt and the and danger, then retire The President was accom·
poverty camparg-n. from the panied by Mrs. Joan Kennedy,
!'hey 1 the have He satd that the Unlted the Senator's wife. Mrs. John-
'lved support from Demo- always be engaged son stayed at the
and Republicans alikt!" rn the affatrs of the world, and Mr. Johnson said he and
went on, "but this he ·::·velcomes this involve- Senator Kennedy discussed a
npposed pvery one of them. ment. wide range o! topics including
f hP philosophy that w
011
Jd Portland was another tri- the election, the record ot Con-
down these programs," he umph for the first President to gress and Vietnam.
I "dol's not rcprC'scnt
lican p:trty of Ameri ca.
\' do not t the \'if'w
rrsponsiblc ! orward-lool<ing
o! any party."
!r. Johnson's first official en-
ement today wa!l for a se-
• nonpoh tieR! talk on the
r<'s of educRtlon at the bi-
lt' nlinl eon\'ocation o! Brov.:n 1
1·ersity this morning.
lut before he reached · the
he was de<'p in a poflll-
atmosphrre.
l thP Tht"odore Grt'<'n Atr-
l hi.o; supporlrrs hf'nt th1"
1
<,.
r- fcncP prro;!ling to reach ' "
11i as sf'curlty pushed fr.
unst it to kPrp it from crallh-
RIIl that was only the be- ..,.,.01:.:.-F'
nlng". / I
\n Hour llt"hlncl SrhPclulf'l
\<: thf' motcrcadc made Its
\' slowly through the city the
:wd grew to scorPs of thou-
His. an hour
1inrl hi.'i s hedul e !or the con-
·alion, th P r esident stopped
• car m e than a dozen
ncs to s ke hands. At a
mber of 1/hese stops. not:tbly
Krnncdy Square. he seized a
(• rophone and spoke to the
l\\' d.
\s the motorcade went
·ough the city, closed
on nil sides. climbing trees
d statues. across
• steps of bOiJdings. waving
rl cheeri ng as the President
•Od in full view In his opl'n
r, waving back.
At the convocation In the uni-
rslty a rena, the atmosphere
ts acR.del'nic and apolitical.
1e gr eeting for the President
1s thus limited to :tpplause
1lhout cheers, but it was
1rm.
At Hartford, howcvPr, Mr.
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9 '
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dr•
thl
su

he
th!
de
ra
Anythi
· (Rec
3 0 \C) THE NEW YORK
SCR
TERMS I the said. "He is not s.re as possible re-I .,__
t\. that kind of man. I think that crults for the Scranton camp '\:) • /
ignorance must be the explanl\- but first the Governor will have ]
RIYAL
'JGNORANT' Ition. Is simply talking off to counteract the resi<lue of
the top of his head." anti-Lodge sentiment that dates
The Pennsylvanian said that back to 1952. Henry Cabot
- " tf we had to do It over. we Lodge, now backing Mr. Scran-
. would not necessa.-ily havelton. Is still identUfed with the
In the Sou_th, Governor H1ts built T.V.A. along the lines on successful movement to stop
Goldwater on Tv A whirh It has grown. Then heiSenator Robert A Taft, the hero
' · · continued: of the Tennessee hill country
"I hope that we 11.re 11.11 blg
1
conscrvatlves.
. enough to learn from experi-
By JOSEPH A. LOFTUS ence. But to attempt to Goldwo.h·r
to The Nn· York Tlmea history in the way that my op
Tenn., June 29 ponent has proposed Is the ver.; (  
-Gov. William w. Scranton, opposite of conservatism. It
1
lelljvlng Atlanta todav, sent II.
the man trom the hard-coal would be to break radically telhgrl\m to Mr. Goldwater
country of Pennsylvania, mined with the past, causing just thelasklng him to appear on a tcle-
in the hard-rock Goldwater kind of chaos and uproar which vised debate tomorrow night in
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the good conservative seeks to Chicago, where both men
country · of North Carolina, Pt:,Vent. I scheduled to address the lilt-
Georgia., and Tennessee today. My opponent should knowlnois Republican delegation
He dug out a tew nuggets better. He should reM the ·
-very tew-and found some of American history. He Oltl
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lOft apota that may be e."<ploited should join progressive and ce
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If he can get past the first bal- freedom·lovlng Americans to Mr. Scranton's Ncw York I
lot for the Presidential nom!· build upon the past, not retreat headquarters at 9 East 42d
n&t1on 1n the RepubUcan Na! to some private oasis where the was opened yesterday hy
tiona! Convention. The conven- triumphant roar ot the future h1s 18-year-old daughter. Susan. I
t1on opena 1n San Francisco is stul inau<lible." Speaking through an ampll- 1
two weeks from today fled telephone from Charlotte.
The Governor laid unpul!lve- Georgian for Governor N,C., Mr. Scranton asked his
neu and lack of publtc support The three states that Mr. daughter and the 200 persons
to Senator Barry Goldwater as Scra.nton visited today have an jammed Into the converted
he baa before, but not untu' to· aggregate of 18 votes In Lhe storefront to "go out and get
night did he suggest that his Republican convention. every delegate you can."
rival was Ignorant. Cloer, a district delegate from
Mr. Scranton made thl.s re- northern Georgia, was dlstln· LOW FLIGHT HINTED
mark Jn the context of his rec- gulshed as the only one of the
oUeetson that Mr. Goldwater 78 who has declared himself IN KENNEDY ACCIDENT
that the Tennes· for Mr. Scranton. . _ ___ _
Authority might NORTHAMPTON, Mass ..
- 11'11: sold to private enter- of 13-by convention time, but June 29 (AP)-The plane that
Speaking to 000 persnos Rt there Is a possibU!ty of still cruhed on June 19 while carry-
the Jefferson Davia Hotel In more 1f there l.s a second ballot. ing Senator Edwa!'d M. Ken-
KnoXvUle In the metropa•lis of Charlotte, N. C., turned Oalt nedy, Democrat of Massa-
']! VA. country Mr Scranton a small crowd to meet Mr. h
·1d · ' ' Scranton at tbe airport. All but c usetts, may have been !lying
• .. As I ain sure you know, my two of the state's 2e delegates "at altitudes lower than tho11e
principal opponent for the Re- have announced for Mr. Gold· required tor sate clearance or
publican nomination tor Prest- water, but a few are high terrain in the vicinity."
dent has sa.ld that he favors to be walvering. the Massachusetts Director of
selllnr the Tennessee Valley In Atlanta, the Governor's Aeronautics C k s . '
Authority-even if it had to be motorcade enjoyed the benefit &1 d • roc er no''·
sold tor only $1. of the downtown luncheon s d to ay.
crowd and even some of those Doctors reported today that
C..U. ... Plan Unwlse carried Goldwater placar<ls. He Mr. Kennedy, recuperating In
"Nothing · could be more un- tied up traffic tor five minutes I Cooley Dickinson Hospital !rom
wise. Nothing could be moce outside the Denkler Plaza Ho- a broken back and other In-
shortsighted. This' Is slmUar to tel as he spoke from the top of juries, wa11 In \'cry satlstactory
my opponent's sug-gestion that a car. condition.
we make our ent1re Social Se· · Mr. ScrRnton was the senti- They also said that Senator !
curity .. voluntary, thereby mental favorite of two or three Birch Bayh, Democrat o! In-
wrecking our entire Social Se- of Georgia's 24 delegl\tes. be- diana, and hl11 wife were schcd-
curity System through the sides · Mr. Cloer. and they may uled Cor discharge !rom the
worse kind of fiscal irrespon- be -persuaded to vote for hlm!hospltal Wednesday and that
slbllity.'' , the first bnllot. The dl11tr!ct they probably would go to
The Governor also mentioned conventions Instructed their WMhlngton. Both were passen-
Mr. Goldwater's criticism of delegates. but anti-Goldwater ger11 In the plane.
farm. price supports. his oppo- Republicans In contend j Mr. Snow said his preliminary
sltlon to FederRl aid to hig-her ihat 1n some cA.scs the lnstruc- Investigation or the crash In-
education and t o the griHlunted Ut,ns c-nmc nftcr the elecllonll dlcated that the plane
mcome lllx. :1ncJ were lnvallcl. !have been rtylng too low.
"I cannot ascribe the:-.1' vtrws Tennessee has 28 convention The pilot and e.n aide of Sen-
of my opponent. all placccl firm- votes. Six or delegates,
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ly on the record. to mall f' <'." ,lllq.;ely from eastern crash.
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Negro registration, particu-'l "Much criticism," The Mayor
DIG REGISTRATION in the Bedford-Stuyvesant said, "centers around the in-
1) seet10n of Brooklyn, showed
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sharp gains last year after•ly inconvement locations of cen-
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CoL ,\drives were held there. · ... tral registration offices and the
----'-g ' In his letter to the board, hours wh1ch they are open. Lim-
would provide for giving Eng- Mr. Wagner was critical of past ited to one each borough and
!ish literacy tests. A major ob- registration efforts that in- I open only during regular busi-
stacle to Puerto Rican regis· valved extending the normal ness hours, they have not ge;;·
, traUon has been the taking of three-day period in October by crated a suffiCient response.
the literacy test; it usually two days. He said the two ex- Kennedy Queried on Crash
means losing a day's pay. tra days last year cost the city NORTHAMPTON, Mass ..
An applicant must take the $400,000. . June 28 (AP)-Senator Edward
literiJ,cy test if he fails to prove The new plan, he sa1d, would M. Kennedy, showmg further
cost half that-$200,000-and improvement in his conditwn.
he has had at least an eiemen- provide 20 days of registration. was quoted today as having
tary school education. The Mayor also told the board said there was no warning of
. The firehouse plan would en- that "there is general agree- trouble before his pla)1e crashc<i
able Puerto Ricans to take the ment among those who have\June 19. The M<tssachusctls
test either after work Thurs- examined this problem that the Democrat relayed the informa-
. central reglStration perwd, es· tlon to a C1v11 Acronautlcs
lil!YS or on   when tabllshed under permanffit per- Board investigator yesterday at
,most. workers are off. Puerto sonal registration, has not pro· Cooley Dickinson Hosp1tal,
'Rican leaders here estimate duced the volume of enroll- where Mr. Kennedy is recuper-
ltbat 125,000 Puerto Ricans who ments hoped for when It was ating from a brokm back.
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GAIN BY KENNEDY
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Senator's Conditi on Termed
'Extremely SatisfactMy'
NORTHAMPTOX. :\{ass.
June 22 (UPI) - Senator Ed·
ward M. Kennedy, r ecupcr:tltng
frpm a broken back ;;uffered in
a 'plane crash fc>I L good
today to ask to r ead
the newspapers, I
r.rhe 32-year-olp Ma, sachusetts
Democrat is strappe9 in a spe-
cial canvas and doctors
would not let himl read the
newspapers by. l).lmsel!. A nurse
read the papers to h!Jp.
Later-a doctor stitlched a cut
on Senator J<iennefiy's right
hand, one of cuts he
suffered in the The pilot,
Edwin T. Zi:ffii'\y, 4S. and the
Senator's a.ide, Edwa1 d Moss, 4!,
died in the accidr.nt.
A hospital btplet19-' described
. Mr. Kennedy "brig ht and
' It said h condition was
''extremely sa   and
"everything seems to be defi-
nitely improved." I ,
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Dr. Thomas If, Gotr_!den, sen-
surgeot; at Cooley Dickinson
sutll.{ed the hand
laceration. :./.f.A;
Doctors said tha t Senator ·.
·Birch Bayh, of. In-
diana, and his wife, also in- · A
Jured in the cr h . v.tcre in goorl
to !excellent con ilioJ .
Senator Kenedy has brcn OI'PO:-iE TIL\:'\ . "FEHS: (' ritir'i of pia u
confi!ted to a l ev1c k no\l'n as '
a Fra e , l. hiC'h holds :-.dwol Jlllpil-. in orde r to )(' v ... rn ral' ial i
between l\ of can- at c; onrnor Ho<' hdellt'r's o ffin•, in u r11 n1
vas With "Pill ,·s. lit <"an bt' Th . . • t I "tt d t h ' II" 'I J '
to pcrrrtit him t o lie on C.} " ere no. al m1 c o ur .... :.
his stomach. 1
Doctors said , he have N • hb h d h
to remain in the f rcLn1e for 10 ezg or 00 Sc ools'
to 12 days.
C.A.B. Reports ()II l'llot IH eld by foes of I ntegrc
WASHINGTO!':, June 22
(UPI)-The , Civil ,Acr ona utics l
Board, in a. preliminary report · oppnnt'nts rf t he Board or school
on the plane . cr ash Sen a Lor Educallon's plans tn   some plarf"d nnr;1
Kennedy ln. !'aid today t hat pll[)lls tn schools 0\tlst clc lht'1 r hordt' r NI r,
the pilot was an C'Xpf'nt'nCC'cl nct,t:'hhorhor.tls fnr intcgr:J.Urm .Jarnf"s P.
famtl 11r \\' tlh lhP nlr- rra,ons sLagNI .., .. mrwl< funC'ral rlrnt 11f I I .. •
1 Oi l \, ,, ''' LI H' :H"I'lt'II':H C)("· prrtt·r:-.sir•n \'••slf''rdav In "111 11111"11 p•t ·
1 lliTPCl ' ht• tl•'.ll h Ill I)H' llt'lghhorhthtd Ito •
Thr ("/\B. d1d 11•t1   • st')H .. >I.. 1.1.-. lt• s II•
o')n the pr ohalJII' t';\ll'ol' o f. \}11' Tht• )11'111 I'S:O.IIlll. \\ llit'h l'llll.il '- l· 1111\\" 1!1 ll.··
crash. !'llll     Nl ••I rn··· h ·· n 'llll'd lttr ... hlll •'d 1!1•
The board <:.uti rnmmuni1:a- $:.:!10. \'1 :-. lo'd 1-:narrl or Jo:dll• ;1. nf Dr.
lions wt th llw ;ur Lraft1c I'On- l ton lwadcpt .trl••rs 111 BnlOI;J\·11. l'•'nnto•tlf!, ·:
Lrol syst ems al Bat·nt's A1rport Cllv Hall. th•• StalC' Eclucallon AL t lw •
nca r Northhampton. Ma:-s .. he- Dl'partmenL's offiCI' at :!fi 1 sr1 11nt v rot 1
fore the crash
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no mdica- A vt'nttr nnd Grl\·errlfll' fr,tn t hf" 111
tlon of trouble. ){ori<C'fl'llr·r 's York 0ff1rt' f1L c,f ll .• ·
---- ' ·· · I a t 22 West 55th • I th•rnonstrat
MIN£ VICTIM NAMED A t each slop, black-prbt'dlcrs on t he
' r epr esC' ntatl\'cs o( t hi" Parents cntnnr c.
IN CONTEMPT AOTJONiancl T ax payers A pnlw• ·t
I ("roll lll"ll and lhro .lrolllt t'ro\lllt 'tl lll<i\' •' I L•· '
POTTSVILLE. l'lt, .Junf" :!:! fc1r B•·Lt"r 1-:dlll .t llron atlo'tllpt.·rl " 1' ""''''' " ..
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with a r.ompanlfJil \'.·as tr:qlpl' d oln .r·s. whll"h <·ost $kll . I lw Jtr"bt• ' l
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of rollrt :\Clll)n t oday fur I:ll llll..,'
ln r ecover the bodv of a t lurd
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KENNEDY Annll1er SLotcr, Sargent and ran to the spot. s:ud 11r.:seats of lh•
t\ ·Shn\·rr. al.sn came hc;r Bctyh had pulled Kcnncdy'lg-round.
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, v.:ho also b<'t'n in York: r: _>.r.niH't Y \'.:as 'tcunsClOilS
i Thr· sisters kept ih touch by. a.ncl, msJsted h,c ;>.1r. Kenned:
telerJhone with :-.Irs. P..oc,r Krn- :-tttE.ndf'd tofu st. \ < r, tht y', but that tlw
From P8ge 4·necty, the mother. abl:· to walk_ appar1
---.-..J:, ; family StJmmcr and t_nf'tl ll; \'aJn to;hts scat
\brother''s term as SenatOr I at Hyannis Port, ?>.{a.ss. t rl:lg dnw_n pas:-;mg
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He, will The .Attorney General \\·as in ..\11'. St·h:wcr g
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for elec.tion to! a. full the daJ; before thP <"ra.sh fr()m llts hom(' "At
t .. N b I Ito have lunch \a,.·ith D tl mg the poltn\ and 1\'ent IJacl-< I \-1r Kf'nnl
erm ln p\'el'"fl IM Pusey presid t fr. '!. a lanl and wrapp(•d :\·11·. in v.:as. loo_ ..... e
pilot, Echvar!:l J\   Theyendi
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tn last crash.iwhich is to be sP.t up ncar u;e· Ht· ·.·.-·'--" ;:1 gr(·aL b.it :wd.\· "l1Hd·.
• .. ,p"aw•ara :M:oss, 41, j school, before the was "('(j(,: :1...; :t · <tc- •
aSsistant to Senator,ltorney General returned to tlw C'llrding tn .:.rr. iwd. \H'
of head . seven I capital. Later. at the   the "o:lt• (If
iho*r.s_later at the Early this afternoon. a Senator :oc.Kcd llp broth- walt'\ ;1\\',J','
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Ba•·hs Also' • our p ys1c1ans from BorJh\' . .
"' 1- the Walter Reed Army J\:fedu al. '."ll'.rt' hl'r•'
1 Ed\1.-'ln Cuthman. .tuh' to .\Jr.

1 and Mrs .. BayhJCenter in Washington and Dr
1:( alsb aqoard the Paul Russell of the the (;('nera4 tln.t \\';t.<-;  
was to Hosp
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te a the con-,arrived to consult with the Cr>ol other mrlllht'r:-; of the'. f:tmilv as l'::ra_.;lwd
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Bayhs rece, i.ve.d .le,ssJeY Dickmso11 staff. · .,,." ·

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.i i . ;at Ma...c;;sachusetts General. HP thr: hrl_'-'flli:l:   ;i ... --.;l;r!
il'}jllt:ies. Were:came to the hospital at the l'C· •;;:::i :iir> (';'-'-I' •\L :i
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trd• and f. .verte-•[He hts patient was "'bright th:1t il',;t f•lr thr: ca1·i· brrrlhi·r ln\···-"!:_;_:::1:,
lower ba k :and and cheerful" when he first srt.\\' bad l't'f'l'•\·,·d :d. tllfiT· lln."'Jllt:\1 l'llhlrw rd:1r.
seCon4. third andlhim about. 5 A.M. arid that he "tlw ''
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jury was the fracture of the ous :t('CJCknL ft1!· LIH' I..:..:·n- t:lg is :
.-. of:third lumbar vertebra, Dr. neely Llc·ut. P. Thf" aid··
and sixth ribs thelsell There a possibility· Kennc:d:: J:· .. a fl10r, •
and cuts a d brmses on that surgery m1ght be required kiilect jn \\'t1r:d \\,.:k IT Ci\'f'r L·ations Uu:
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and left \ha,lid. Phy- later, he declared. - the 1-:n;_::::sh a;,d a rwH(·r ·.'::t.
at ttie·hospita.l said therei Dr. Thomas F. Corrid('n, a ter, Kathleen. di{'.\ sririT·t!\' after th" craft
were no Sen-
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consulting surgeon who wa:-; \\'ar m ;t \n Europt•. nftJcia! .... :.tl•
ator1w.as placed in to treat Mr. Kenneth'. s;ud. It was not l'\ncm·n of
care un1t of the hospi I. 1he was m deep shock \\'lwn lH' \\:h•'thcr thf' SC'n;ttt>r's f:ltht·r. ThP n'<t-
The convent10n deleeoates werel1was admitted at 12·10 A :\1 and Jo.'-'cph r. K(•nncdv llad ht•t•n ln."-s flf t'll.
informed of the Grish about that hts blood prt'S'-'tlle \\·;ts Jwtl[wd at Port lit· knrnYn.
:mi.q.rught by John 1 E, Powers, ''negligtble.''   a :--.t:-oke
_foqnt:r prestdcnt of
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preSiding. -:rhey visibly:bcgan L>r \'('!11Jon. l.u\'('rn•)r   •
··shocked by -the new$. I ICorridcn sa1d. hild_\' ('ndnr.<-Pd r'oday l>\· a; lr,tnl \\'
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, said-the ,Army t(•;Jm w:ts tlw t't"lll\'l'n!Jt•!l. rn:l\ ... lw dt.tl- !Hill. p:t;;
..;tubttlOn Hall, 20 miles south,iplea..<;ed with thP cond1ttnn of 1n ,1 hf' _ stat1 pnnLtry· .'-itlll:l\ :
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:members of. the family:the Senator and thP long-'SI'pt. l!J. Sf•nator 1:-; rwdr fan;:·
:had c. om'n_lbted,gathe, ring at thelranc-e problC'ms connrctcct with nt•t 1':\IWcted tn be ..:..,. r., .. .,, I ..___. ·1 r-- I ·'I) ',],,
hospttat : ,his bark InJUry \\-Pre uf next \,(1\'r·:-n•Jt' JHay lw, ht:lirkd
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THE NEW YORK SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1964.
setts Injures Senators Kennedy and Bayh
FAIR PICKETS GET
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Reluctant Judge entences,Ncw York c
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Farmer and Rustin 1fcw people. I ·,
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By :\lt'RRAY  
'down and was
i\Vhcn I mentln
A Criminal -court judge in. me vcrv
i Quecns gave susr.enctro jail' J cws. So you
lterms ve.stcrdav tu two ci\'il familiar v.;ith
1' right.-;; l-eaders had pleaded JuJ;.:e
. · . that he hncl
guilty to dtsordcrly conduct m dutv'' to per:'
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ctcmonstrations_ at '...he \Vorld's He said:
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One .of the' leaders, me put do
44 years old, :'
director of the Congress of didod
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Equality, got a    
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r;:=:;;:::::::;=:::;"==-=)1":-:-c="'il !p<encled sentence ·from . J
I iBertlai'd Dubin. Tlie B•.v-'!S25
o A':L-L'i 3U Rustin, 54,  
VT. summer's March on:
to'} rec'leived a 30:day
sentence. :
As Mr.' Farmer stood
bench awaiting sentenee, ·;;
told Judge Dubin that the
at the
Building pn the
the fair, April
frivolous or a
it was nothing
. Mr. Fanner
' demonstration
t<> shQW that
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The- New York
BROQKLYN HIJACKER
GETS 14-YEAR T
Carmine Persico, described
the leader of the Profaci un- Mr.
dei:Wbr!d' gailg, .  
yesterday' to 14 . years ai1d
months In prison by
George Rosling in Federal
Brooklyn. He was released
$35,000 ball pending an appeal. •·---
t:nttrd Tth•rhoto ·The 3i-year-o1d .and!'
nedy is carried from the scene of the crash I four . other defendants I <were
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found guilty Aprl\ 2.4 bf hi-\'
,., · - . - 1jacking a $50,000 trutkload of\
of but tlut the others merchandise. The driver bf the!
':be trc':ttcxl flr>l. 'rtruck, Edward KennedY. hadf
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, - . : In \\":1shingtnr.. Attorncy·bcen kidnapped as ·he. .:·drove
...,6;General 6fficc ,s.aid :through J3'r?oklyn with the in-.
10:\, June .... It understood the last riteS ofiterstate shlpmC'nt on JUly 28,
Weather • . j 1959. : I
, . , . ;the Roma!1 Church had, Sent('nccd \Vith Persic' were
\\as less th.m ·.been adrnm1stcrcd to Mr . .:\1oss. . · 9
:tlf miles because' _ _ __ :R;J..lph Spero, 39, of 200 B;ty
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22d Street, Brooklyn whp got
o( the F1re H1ts Lebanon, N. H. 10 years; Hugh Mcintosh;-.33,
·r.:re "margn1al'', LEBA:\'0:-....". X. H., Ju:-.e 19 of 111 Bav 23d Street. BrookM:
a.planc by ir.- (UPI)-A fire, fanned by 20 l:yn, 9 yeais'a:-,d 9 months; Scl.l-'
tJrl. mile an \•;ind:-:. swept vatnrc Alha:1P.c:;c, 2S. of 0113
appeared to he through the heart of this city Sixth Street, BrooKlvn. 6 years.
,.d to nurses from 'late today. dc!-'tro:.:ing- 1() ar1d George La Fa.ntc. ;li, of
he was takf_"n nc:o;s-tcnemcnt h1lllding::. dam- StrPl't, So1ith Ozone
ilanc(•. aging at lea.'-Jt 17 othf·rs and Park, Quc·(·n:·, 2 ,Y('<!rs a;;d
1ppeared to he in; injuring five per.son.'i. months.
PEACE OF
Business, Professional and Technical :Men and
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ZEKITH '\VELCOMES
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LIST OF ABBrtEVIATIONS USED IN BRIEFS
ABBREVIATION
AERIAL ADVERTISE
ATR,FLIGHT INSTR.
AIR SHOW/FACING
AIR TAXI-CARGO
AIR TAXI-PASSG
APPROACH CTL-DEPARTURE
APR CTL-TOW ENRT CTL SRV
ASSOC CROP CTL ACTIVITIES
ASSOC FIRE CTL ACTIVITIES
COMMERCIAL,FLIGHT.INSTR
CORP/EXEC
CR-
CTR CARGO-D
CTR CARGO-I
CTR PASSG-D
CTR PASSG-I
LAST ENROUTE STOP
MAPPING/PHOTO
MIL CONT:RACT CARGO INTL
MIL CONT:RACT PASSG INTL
MILITARY CTR CARGO DOM
MILITARY CTR PASSG DOM
MIL/CTR CARGO
MIL/CTR PASSG
NR.
NS CTR
NS CTR
NS CTR
NS CTR
NS CTR
NS CTR
CARGO
PASSG
REVENUE CARGO DOM
REVENUE
REVENUE
REVENUE
OT-
PAR.Z:...JUMP
CARGO
PASSG
PASSG
INTL
DOM
INTL
PRIVATE,FL.INST R.
PX-
:RADAR CTL/SURVEILLANCE
CARGO SRV SCHED
SCHED
SCHED
SCHED
SCHED
SCHED
S-D
S-I
UNK/NR
DOM PASSG
DOM CARGO
INTERNATL
INTERNATL
PASSG SRV
SRV
SRV
CARGO SRV
PASSG SRV
M2:ANING
AERIAL ADVERTISING
AIRLINE T:RANSPORT INSTRUCTOR
AIR SHOW/AIR :RACING
AIR TAXI-CARGO OPERATIONS
AIR TAXI-PASSENGER OPERATIONS
APPROACH CONTROL-DEPARTURE
APPROF.·:H CONTROL-TOWER EN ROUTE CONTROL SERVICE
ASSOCIATED CROP CONTROL ACTIVITIES
ASSOCIATED FIRE CONTROL ACTIVITIES
COMMERCIAL FLIGHT INSTRUCTOR
CORPORATION/EXECUTIVE
CREW
CONT:RACT/CHARTER-CARGO-DOMESTIC
CONTRACT/CHARTER-CARGO-INTERNATIONAL
CONTRACT/CHARTER-PASSENGER-DOMESTIC
CONT:RACT/CHARTER-PASSENGER-INTERNATIONAL
LAST PLANNED EN ROUTE LANDING POINT
AERIAl, Mi"'.PPING/PHOTOGRA.PHY
MILITARY CONTRACT-CARGO-INTERNATIONAL
CONTRACT-PASSENGER-INTERNATIONAL
MILITl·.RY CONTRACT-CARGO-DOMESTIC
MILITARY CONTRACT-PASSENGER-DOMESTIC
HILITARY CONTRACT-CARGO
MILITARY CONTRACT-PASSENGER
NEAR
NONSCHEDULED/CHARTER REVENUE CARGO-INTRA-STATE
NONSCHEDULED/CHARTER REVENUE    
NONSCHEDULED/CHARTER REVENUE CARGO-DOMESTIC
NONSCHEDULED/CHARTER REVENUE CARGO-INTERNATIONAL
NONSCHEDULED/CHARTER REVENUE PASSENGER-DOMESTIC
NONSCHEDULED/CHARTER REVENUE PASSENGER-INTERNATL
OTHER AIRCRAFT AND GROUND
PARACHUTE JUMP
PRIVATE FLIGHT INSTRUCTOR
PASSENGERS
RADAR
CARGO SERVICE
SCHEDULED DOMESTIC PASSENGER SERVICE
SCHEDULED DOMESTIC CARGO SERVICE
SCHEDULED INTERNATIONAL CARGO SERVICE
SCHEDULED INTERNATIONAL PASSENGER SERVICE
SCHEDULED PASSENGER SERVICE
SCHEDULED DOMESTIC
SCHEDULED INTERNATIONAL
UNKNOWN/NOT REPORTED
FILE DATE LOCATION AIRCRAFT DJl..TA
2-0058 64/6/19 NR.SOOTHHAMPTON MASS AERO CMDR 680
TIME - 2200 N344S
NAME OF AIRPORT - BARNES
TYPE OF ACCIDENT
UNDERSHOOT
DAMAGE-DESTROYED
COLLISION WITH GROUND/WATER: CONTROLLED
PROBABLE CAUSE(S)
PILOT IN COMMAND - IMPROPER IFR OPERATION
FACTOR(S)
WEATHER - LOW CEILING
lfi'EATHER - FOG
WEATHER BRIEFING - BRIEFING RECEIVED-METHOD UNKNOWN
WEATHER FORECAST - FORECAST SUBSTANTIALLY CORRECT
MISSING AIRCRAFT - LATER RECOVERED
SKY CONDITION
OVERCAST
VISIBILITY AT ACCIDENT SITE
2 MILES OR LESS
TYPE OF WEATHER CONDITIONS
IFR
INJURIES FLIGHT
PURPOSE
PILOT DATA
C<..-
PX-
OT-
F S M/N
1
1
0
0 0 NONCOI".1'1ERCIAL
3 0 CORP /EXEC
0 0
PHASE OF OPERATION
LANDING: FINAL APPROACH
LANDING: FINAL APPROACH
CEILING AT ACCIDENT SITE
800
COMMERCIAL, FL.INSTR.,
AGE 49, 10759 TOTAL
HOURS, 731 IN TYPE,
INSTRUMENT RATED.
OBS'!'RGCTIONS TO VIS=0::-.1 AT ACCIDENT SITE
FOG
TYPE OF FLIGHT PLAN
IFR
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