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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - September 13, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Uttjwto Only two white students occupied a school bus Thursday in Boston's South Boston section as thousands of school children refused to enter court-ordered desegregated schools on the first day of classes. Trouble Continues In Boston At right, a white youth is surrounded by police on foot and horseback as he is arrested Thursday at South Boston, high school during the first day of class- es. Widespread student boycotts and sporadic disturb- ances marked the opening day of classes. Helmeted police Friday provided protection for the black youths as they were transported to the South Boston section of the city. UPI TolcDhoto This was one of many tearful reunions Thursday when a train-carrying 700 refugees from Lourencn Marques in Mozambique arrived at a railway station in Johannesburg, South Africa. The train was met by hundreds of anxious families and friends. At least white settlers have fled to South Africa from the Portuguese, east African territory after an attempt to keep Portugal from turning over Mozambique to the Prelimo movement failed Tuesday. -UPI Telepholos Black student Valerie Banks is the only student in Raymond Saks' economics class Thursday at the predomi- nately all white South Boston high school. luxury Liner Burns Coast guard cutter Diligence sprayed water onto the burning luxury liner Cunard Ambassador Thurs- day off Key West, Fla. Flames erupted aboard the lin- er Thursday forcing most of the 290 crewmen to scramble onto life boats lowered into the gulf of Mex- ico. There were no passengers aboard the ship when the fire broke out. None of the crewmen were injured. -UPI Tcleohoto New Bride TotcpHoto Frightened Hostage Aaron Pinkston, 24. held a gun on Monica Golden, 57, in the doorway of a Joliet, III., jewelry store that he held up this week. Pinkston attempted a get away with Mrs. Golden as a hostage after police discovered the robbery. After a 90-minutc chase, Pinkslon was wounded in a Shootout with police. Mrs. Golden was also wounded. .1. Paul Gelly III, grandson of the American oil billionaire, posed with his 25-year-old bride, former German model Marline Zacher, after their marriage Thursday in a late evening civil ceremony at Sovi- cillc, Italy. Getty, who was kidnapped and held for five months last year, is 18-years-old. How Does One Go About Getting Out of Dinner At the White House? By Art Bnchwald MARTHA'S VINEYARD, Mass. I was sitting on the porch of our rented house on Martha's Vineyard reading "Six Crises" for the seventh time when the call from Washington camo. II was my secretary Ellie who said in a breathless voice, "The White House just telephoned. President and Mrs. Ford want you to come to a state dinner Friday night." "Oh, my I said. "What is my wife said when she saw my face. "What's "President Ford wants us to come to din- ner Friday night." "Hurry up and get off the she said. "Wait a I saiti. "Not so fast. We have to think this one out. I told Ellie I would cull her back." "What is there to think my wife said. "We've been invited by the President of the United States for dinner. We have to go." "It's not that simple. Don't you see what they're trying to do? It's the old 'invite the BUCHWALD columnist to the White House trick.' They're out to gel me." Inritt'il "How can you say she demanded. "I've never been invited to the White House not by John F. Kennedy, not by Lyndon Baines Johnson, not even by Rich- ard Nixon. The title of my lust book was 'I Never Danced at (he While House'. I've made my living standing on the outside, hanging on the bars of the iron fence looking in. Now the Fords are trying to destroy me by asking us lo break bread with them." "You're being my wife said. "Maybe they don't know many people in Washington, and they've heard what a great dancer you arc." "1 wish that was all there was lo it. But I believe someone in the Ford Administration has it in for me. Can't you see what this will do to me'' If we go to that dinner, it will be reported in the press. Everyone will say I've gone in the bag for the President. "Well, you cim'l just refuse. You'd be insulting the office of the my wife said as she started putting her hair in curlers. "We could go sailing. If we were out in a sailboat and they couldn't find us, we wouldn't be insulting anybody." "Hut you eun'l she objected. "All you need is ii good sea, strong canvas and a wind at your back. I read that somewhere." "I'm not going In risk drowning jusl bemuse you don't want lo go lo dinner at the While House." I called back Kllie. ''Kllie, tell the While House thai you can't reach us that we're somewhere between Nantiickct and Cape Hatteras on a boat. And one more thing do you have a dictionary there? Ixiok up starboard, and tell me If It's the right side or the left side of a bout." ION1 1.0%
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