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' WEDNESDAY, 14 APRIL 1965 THE MICHIGAN DAHA PAd~R TW1~?u~

H ouse Passes Presidentia U.S. H its Viet Nam Brid ge; Adviser Slai
S ~SAIGON A') -- A force of 80 central or northern South Viet North Vietnamese Premier Pham North Viet Nam to South
United States and Vietnamese Air *Nam. Van Dong, saying this would be up Nam.
l Ce essiI0 U Fo Rm Rrce laesonded--- Communist --President Lyndon B. Johnson to the Saigon government. Mawie 0US i
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WASHINGTON (A)-The House
yesterday passed a constitutional
amendment that would insure
against any break In the exercise
of the powers and duties of the
presidency.
j The vote was 367 to 29.
The amendment differs slightly
from one passed 72-0 by the Sen-
ate last February. Unless the Sen-
ate accepts the House changes a
compromise version will have to be
worked out.
When Congress completes ac-
tion, three-fourths of the states
must ratify the proposal before
it can become the 25th Amend-
ment to the United States Con-
stitution.

The legislation has two main
purposes: to keep the office of
Vice-President filled at all times,
and to provide the means for hav-
ing the powers and duties of a
disabled President transferred to
the Vice -President.
On the first point, the amend-
ment proposes that the President
nominate a person to fill a Vice-
Presidential vacancy, subject to
the approval by majority vote of
both houses of Congress.
There were complaints from
some members that the President
should not be allowed to choose
his successor. But the chief alter-
nate proposed - that Congress
make the selection-would pro-

Three in Reeb Case
SELMA, Ala. (AP)-Three white men accused in the slaying of
the Rev. James Reeb of Boston were indicated for murder yesterday
and arrested a short time later by the Dallas County sheriff's
department.
The Dallas County grand jury returned indictments yesterday
in 26 of the 29 cases it considered.
Circuit solicitor Blanchard McLeod said "indictments were re-
turned against some people who were not on bond to this court.
They will be arrested by the sheriff's office at its earliest convenience."

The three indicted were Qdel

World Nw
Roundup
By The Associated Press
WASHINGTON-President Lyn-
don B. Johnson said last night
he is calling a series of White
Hos cnfmerenc a this sme
on euation, ealth, beatifica-
tion dciil rigs.pBii' o-
Hroersid heTs als nulabmng a
T0-da teakl fore thargllin-of
cludoes Budetd Diecto ermitp-
G ord on and ivirl Service Car
maThn esflWed Macy Jr.noun ma
out adnsie mchetry fonis
putting this newi edto pro-
n agrineet ash rc soon si
Lutr ing il delopead an mac
grou nd trBoston CmoApi

Hoggle, William Hoggle and Elmer
Cook. A fourth man, R. B. Kelley,
was not indicted.
The Hoggles and Cook posted
bond at $10,000 each. Circuit So-
licitor Blanchard McLeod said that
the trial would be held the week
beginning May 10, which is the
regular session of Dallas County
Criminal Court.
The three and Kelley have also
been charged with violation of
Reeb's civil rights in federal war-
rants.
Earslierain egatircitl Judg
amlesi Hae reviewe Telm'sra
cial unres inr a chre to te
grand jurypom. Th ganmjry com-d
od ofwite en statedr hcer-
in evidence ontay.nte
Mlarh 9.The cleymanr walsl be-
pat in ah cvili rights ch.
ae dider nt ree sgpefcaly
tonanymu casn to mte juror
the dutydwas torder the evsi-s
du en MMandsrined ifD-eaonble
Hei said: "Ieraions oin
to ole o role. t il pob

duce "a donneybrook," Rep.
Emanuel Cellar (D-NY) said.
Written Declaration
On the second point, when the
President makes a written decla-
ration to Congress that he is un-
able to discharge his duties, the
Vice-President takes them over
until the President declares his
ability to resume them.
If the President does not make
such a declaration, the Vice-
President and a majority of the
Cabinet may declare the Presi-
dent unable to carry on, where-
upon the Vice-President imme-
diately assumes the powers of the
office.
Thereafter, when the Preidn
tion that no inability exists, he is
reinstated at once, unless the Vice-
President and a majority of the
Cabinet challenge him within
wAtd that stage, Congress has 10
days in which to act, and it would
houses to uphold the Vice-rbesi-
dent's challenge. Otherwise the
President would resume his powers.
Chief Difference
The chief difference from the
Senate bill is the 10-day limit for
congressional action. The Senate
There was criticism during de-
bate that the amendment would
open the way for unscrupulous
officials to usurp the powers of
the presidency.
May~t Demand
WASHINGTON (A') - The Sen-
ate Foreign Relations Committee
sappr on ae hin g prpsa
troverial foreignuraid progyrand
epoosia isc abcromise
o an roe amendment obySn
Wae orseo (hD-Ore) omithe
$3.38-billion foign aniabilo
itpese orm n Je 30,k96B.
hemendentR-oul), setio R-a
12-iamember annin commit-e
house membes 'anfurn presidek-
t apintageenludng aangepre-
The wou submit eomefulmd-

stations with rockets and napalm.
A U.S. spokesman said all planes
returned safely, but a North Viet-
namese dispatch broadcast by Pe.-
king Radio said three U.S. planes
were shot down by ground fire
and many others were damaged.

LLuL era~ L a specLa mssI~On n
Asia to bolster support for U.S.
policy on Viet Nam. The former
ambassador to Viet Nam leaves
Washington this week for talks
with leaders In Australia, New
Zealand, the Philippines, Formosa,
Japan and South Korea.

As the raids thundered on with- -The U.S. officials noted as en-
in 130 miles of Hanoi, the North couraging a move by Russia and
Vietnamese capital, the U.S. em- Britain to convene an Interna-
bassy disclosed that a U.S. aid tional conference to guarantee the
official was shot and killed by borders of neighboring Cambodia.
the Communist guerrillas Jan. 12. The two nations are co-chairmen
Brutal Murder of the 1954 Geneva Agreement on
Joseph W. Grainger, 39, a U.S. Indochina, w h i c h Cambodia
economic assistance representative charges has failed to guarantee
in Phu Yen province, captured in its security,
an ambush Aug. 8, was shot after Terms Unacceptable
anddforaeven dtays wandere unacceptable rened demands by
through a swamp. The U.S. mis- Communist North Viet Nam call-
sion called it a "brutal murder." ing for U.S. withdrawal from Viet
--In Washington, U.S. officials Nam as a condition for a settle.
said at a State Department brief- ment. They also ruled out a Viet
ing that the Communists may be Cong role as an observer at any
preparing for a big offensive in peace discussions as proposed by
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viet .Nam continued unabated.,
Seven Vietnamese bombers drop-
ped 50 tons of bombs on the
bridge at Thank Yen, about 70
|miles north of the South Viet-
namese border.
SA U.S. spokesman said eight U.S.
attack planc s suptvrted the Viet -
namese bombers while another 25
* J.S. Air Force planes provided
flak suppression and photo recon-
rinaissance.-
Bridge Destroyed
Returning pilots said 100 yards
of the 150-yard-long bridge were
ilestroyed. The bridge is on high-
way one, the main route lead-
ing from China southward across

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Island and shore installations at
Vua Lo farther north and about
130 miles south of Hanoi.
SIn London, Prime Minister Har-
,)ld Wilson's government shaped
new moves last night to get in-
Cormal Viet Nam peace talks go-
Ing despite initial rebuffs from
Red China and North Viet Nanm.
.For 15 minutes, the planes sub-
jected the two targets to an ordeal
of rocket and napalm -- jellied
gasoline-attack with what was
called "moderate success." No
enemy planes were sighted and
antiaircraft fire was reported gh
to moderate.

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