Greenfield Recorder Gazette and Courier (Newspaper) - June 12, 1967, Greenfield, Massachusetts 137 June 12, 1967 LOOTED STOR E Florida Gov. his arm in Inspects with Tampa Mayor Mck a store that was looted following a riot in two slum areas near downtown Tampa early this One was killed touching off the rioting that left several Negroes wounded and one white deputy Tampa After One Fla. Mare 400 Negroes lin two shun distracts near with and burning an lin tihe Negro and began about 11 p.m iul lor and a By thie shooting had ceased and but one fire had been of a younig Negro by a the froim to the Florida by to survey the riot scene and meet with and and the as and he expected no more But James oi the Tampa on saiid thie could alili Sheriff Beaird to whatever to prevent a second of He saiid law Arrest Touches Off Gun Ala. The of power touched off a gun Sunday between and moved in today tD shoot to kil necessary to restore and raided a ihouse in the and removed some 30 Negroes and a SevenaH rounds were found in a car Wood Than 150 Thie troops and more 150, met nio when moved in a Seven - Negroes were 6 Auto Page 14 14 10 11 8 12 Ads 15 cooler chance of scattered showers low tonight 56 to 62. custody for The others were to go gun law Three were damaged 1by shotgun came was Sunday on a conduct Obie Thompson to one officer and On Page STATION 328 High Street J Proposal On Rail Strike May Be A Sharply House Commerce iis expected to approve Johnson's proposal to a rail strike although many don't Hike of the proposal saiid made at the first dosed session on proposal Thursday called a majority of the committee opposes thie Presidents bult thait a majority probably volte to the had an 18 to 10 advantage lin an laist resume muster enough canceled planis for a hope to the measure the On Page I o Choice Barbecue v It 4Sc Rasher Bacon 69c or Top Round Steak lb. Center Chops 8^c Squash lb. 19c lb. 9c Right For ea. 5c 8-6 - 9 Meeting of PIONEER VALLEY SYMPHONY June 13, 8 p.m. Community Center Old disperse any group of more three persons in the and arrest anyone who refused the order to move the height of the a of was a at and with tooted irom a in the Negroes hurled rocks at nM police who were by left area as Chief Wells none of hiLs men was He sadd more thian 100 were used to flames wnich caused an dn tn two two warehouses and two a dozen persons were the suffered a gunshot Aides at Generad saiid he was in good J. R. Oark said said there werfe of throughout the Sgt. Don doled an the metlee of an heart waith guns and looted a store to the area as from the fete ithe soene as a white man was severely beaten aiter he and his were from their car as they drove got my They're Then she was 45 saiid he had been He was rushed to a younig whiite men On Page Johnson At Middlebury Hour Vt. Johnson an hour ahead of schedule today at Middlebury College she is to receive an honorary doctorate of lady is also to address the graduating class and have luncheon with college officials before returning Washington after a four day New England route to Mrs. Johnson stopped at the site at Ripton where Robert Frost had a house nestled in the and wrote some of his President's wife took a cool drink from a wayside pump at the Frost house before - A Roman Catholic Jesuit told a rally supporting America's war in Vietnam the United States learn a from the Middle East war what happens vvhen you really go out to win a don't think we have a policy of victory the Rev. Daniel toM a gathering 5,000 on Boston think we should get Maybe we should import a few diplomats from Tel Lyons is current affairs columnist for the newspaper Sunday 3,500 lour miles from Harvard Square in to Boston Common in support of involvement in Vietnam and d U.S. fighting ranto to about 5,000 at the said about 30,000 watched from the sidelines along the march young man who police said was part of a pacifist group which tried to break into was Police said he apparently was General Hospital identified him as 23, He was treated tor a concussion and a out mouth and broke up a pacifist at the Common by hustling off youths carrying signs reading Liberation arm of the Communist Viet bands and numerous made up the of the Resources For Education Mass. of the in Amherst hais a be to resources for education on be of from of on a temporary and unpaid basis vested any kind or the considerations of parties and Dr. K. Patterson Sunday aJt the of to him and four Other face an need in for we have nonie dose and between public and in Charges By To Keep has not yeit in Dead Total 15,000 THE ASSOCIATED Israe 1 has Chait its deeper into Syria after a says it to keep some of land won from Egypt and Jordan in the six-day Middle Basit crowds in of Sunday might greeted the to of Aqaba Egypt's blockade of the Middle East to of had assured of the guM by capturing el from which Egyptian guns the gulf ait of Israeli spokesman sadd the war the Arabs 679 and 2,563. has 15,000 were Egypt and have not any of the ci by mostly range from 13,000 to 15,000.. They are U.N. past 2:30 a.m. for the adopted a thait and Syria avoid any movement and withdraw any that have crossed lines sadd Israel moved forward sadd its tank were entirely On Page With m Temperature Tuesday through Saturday will average near normal except somewhat below normal in east coastal areas of New high will average in the mid 70*8 but in 4he 60's or lower 70's in coastal Nighttime tow will be generally in the 50*8 except in 40's over Maine with seasonably warm biA rather along the coast most of the during this period will total on the average between one and of an inch occurring as widely scattered about Wednesday and more general showers Friday or SYRIAN Israeli girl soldiers Join men In occupying Beth a Syrian Jordan River and the Israel The position was taken Saturday by Israeli The U.N. Counol early today banned any forward by Israel or Syrian - forces Snd for a of any thait may have taken them was supposed to become effective ait 12:30 p.m. EDT at an on Syrian charges thait an Israelii S. Pilots Destroy Or Damage 10 MIG - U.S. pilots duning the weekend destroyed or damaged 10 MIG jets on the ground at and near the adr of the U.S. Adr Force reported claim brought the of Pled MIGs destroyed or damaged or on the ground to about 115, or just the size of ithe North force lin February 1965 when the Staties officers say the Soviet Undon is providing planes alir force at 100 ground fire down four U.S. over the of U.S. combat tost dn the adr war in North Vietnam 581. of the crewmen were rescued and two were Alir Force sadd sdx were destroyed or damaged on the ground during cn around the Kep yards 38 of Hiar Communist jet were parked dn protective dose to the sites and two north of the Kep jet Then the adir was hdit Sunday iyy U.S. Navy planes and two destroyed on the ground and damaged or Sunday was the eighth on the Kep U.S. planes linst April 24. the raids on Kep tihe have the MIGs dn extensive from the Ionie fight of made a pass at the Sunday Military U.S. planes have downed 77 MIGs dn aerial and scored nine more There is no of MIGs on the ground but day-to-day claims total 30 destroyed American planes raided the Uong Bi power plant 14 northeast of Haiphong again and supply On Page Rush To Dead On England Weekend Fatals By THE associated weekend rush of New Englanders to the lakes and seashore in sultry summer weather had some tragic results with at least 10 persons were also 10 deaths in highway crashes 6 p.m. to midnight hit the most drownings with and only Maine escaped at least but one of the drowning victims were aged 15 or freak mishap in killed a who fell off a trailier which overturned and landed E. 10, and James 11, both of drowned Saturday in SAY WITH A CHARGE can a First Bank Card at of stores to buy anything yOu You J receive one monthly make one monthly Apply now % your First Barik Charge Card only one of kind in Franklin First vour needs come TRUST TURNERa PALLS FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE to rescue 10, of Worcester drowned Saturday when he fell into Lake at Worcester near the line Bicentennial Play At Recreation Field EVENING'S JOURNEY TO Archibald MacLeish JUNE 16 17 18 8:45 Available At Town Village Shoppe and from Edwin ticket 369-4642. Music Book Henley Regatta being held 14, of Boston's section drowned Saturday at a swimming pool 14, of drowned Saturday in Wright's Pond at where he was swimming with 30, Beverly Synday in Stern Pond at where he had been 31, Benigma 34, both of New were killed Sunday when car left Route 140 in Taunton and went down an ISLAND Jeff 14, of Newport drowned Sunday at Portsmouth in a on property by the Navy and Sunday in Big West when he apparently was swept water by the current while Jerry L. 19, of a Navy enlisted man assigned to the USS Cascade drowned Sunday in the Falls section of the River at M. 61, of was killed Saturday when her car collided with another on Route 16 in W. 22, of Kenduskeag was killed on Route 115 in M. 27, was when a car he was crashed on Route 187 in CONNECTICUT Donald 14, of Greenwich drowned Sunday his rowboat sank in Byram River at Gloria D. 20, of was killed On SERVICE JOHN High St. Greenfield Call 773-5936 For Secretary of State Pean Rusk left today for Luxembourg to attend a meeting of North Atlantic Treaty Organization foreign which is expected to discuss primarily the Middle East United especially has the Allies on various occasions to took beyond the relatively narrow area of NATO - but Allies up to now have not seemed now see signs of rapidly growing interest in the Middle known to be that the Middle East is primarily a responsibility of especially the former Britain and hiad in a to capture River the Israel resolution was the fourth has adopted Jordan and Syria in war last for fuM with Lt. Odd head of the for the freedom of movement and adequate communications provision was taken to should give Buffi back headquarters souith oi which Mil to and then to George J. Hans R. Taibor of ait 5 p.m. Sunday and for urgent He saiid he had word irom Damascus thait column of cars and tanks by and other had moved and southward from said Israeli bad occupied Saturday three hours and 17 minutes alter the was supposed to have gone into Thait was the Bui a ci the from a Syrian started just before 11 and U read a message from Bull U.N. observers had reported thait near a headed east and then Ambassador there had been ' of but thiis took place within the truce lines by the a recess in the Taibor worked out the a drait by the big powers ahd and cleared later the any and aill oi and aif firms that the council's demand for a and of al a of ' any forwaid movements subsequent to tJie It ait a.m. and seven later adjourned to 5 p.m. the that ' the afternoon meeting would 1 canceled if it was not Lane ' By Appointment Only Call 773-3696 SERVICE DEPARTMENT 39 St. WANTED 12 Noon To 8 P.M. 6 DAYS WEEKLY CALL UN 3-2201 Plant To Replace Buffer Operator Called Into Armed Forces Good Fringe Benefits No Experience Wi Teach King Highway Nurses Licensed or Part 11 to 7 A.M. 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