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f K t Wirptnlo 2 named to pane on unrest From the Dover Bureau CAPE HENLOPEN - Sen. Calvin R. McCullough, D-Holloway D-Holloway D-Holloway Terrace, last night said he has named two Senate1 Democrats to the governor's committee to investigate civil disorders. McCullough, president pro tem of the Senate, said he had selected Sens. Russell, D. F. Dineen and Herman M. Hollo- Hollo- way Sr., both of Wilmington. McCullough said he tried to contact Republican Sen. Ralph F. Keenan, also of Wilmington, but was unable to do so and thus was unable to select a Republi can to represent the Senate. Both McCullough and Rep. George C. Hering III, R-Wilmington, R-Wilmington, R-Wilmington, speaker of the House, were to name two mem bers of the committee called for by the legislature two weeks ago. Gov. Charles L. Terry Jr. is to name the rest of the committee from the fields of business, la bor, civil rights and the churches. Hering announced Thursday that he has named Reps. Jacob W. Zimmerman, D-Dorer, D-Dorer, D-Dorer, and Raymond T. Evans, R-Wilmington, R-Wilmington, R-Wilmington, to represent the House on the committee. By p planned ast their prevent pro-knce- pro-knce- ceptible says. regulation relief Hay ically phenomena, tery. and greatly. as asiae patient, asthma, C. "OF the fever, asthma condition without "Most

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  1. The Morning News,
  2. 19 Aug 1967, Sat,
  3. Page 2

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