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Seven O'Clock News (Silent Night)

Paul Simon & Art Garfunkel /Paul Simon /Art Garfunkel



Rec: This is the early evening edition of the news. The recent
     fight in the House of Representatives was over the open
     housing section of the Civil Rights Bill. Brought
     traditional enemies together but it left the defenders of
     the measure without the votes of their strongest supporters.
     President Johnson originally proposed an outright ban
     covering discrimination by everyone for every type of
     housing but it had no chance from the start and everyone in
     Congress knew it. A compromise was painfully worked out in
     the House Judiciary Committee. In Los Angeles today comedian
     Lenny Bruce died of what was believed to be an overdoes of
     narcotics. Bruce was 42 years old. Dr. Martin Luther King
     says he does not intend to cancel plans for an open housing
     march Sunday into the Chicago suburb of Cicero. Cook County
     Sheriff Richard Ogleby asked King to call off the march and
     the police in Cicero said they would ask the National Guard
     to be called out if it is held. King, now in Atlanta,
     Georgia, plans to return to Chicago Tuesday. In Chicago
     Richard Speck, accused murderer of nine student nurses, was
     brought before a grand jury today for indictment. The nurses
     were found stabbed an strangled in their Chicago apartment.
     In Washington the atmosphere was tense today as a special
     subcommittee of the House Committee on Un-American
     activities continued its probe into anti-Viet-Nam war
     protests. Demonstrators were forcibly evicted from the
     hearings when they began chanting anti-war slogans. Former
     Vice-President Richard Nixon says that unless there is
     a substantial increase in the present war effort in Viet
     Nam, the U.S. should look forward to five more years of war.
     In a speech before the Convention of the Veterans of Foreign
     Wars in New York, Nixon also said opposition to the war in
     this country is the greatest single weapon working against
     the U.S. That's the 7 o'clock edition of the news,
     Goodnight.

    G
R: Silent night holy night
   D           G
   all is calm all is bright
    C                G
   round you Virgin Mother and child
    C              G
   holy infant so tender and mild
     D                G              D        G
   sleep in heavenly peace sleep in heavenly peace ...