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Alice Daily Echo (Newspaper) - July 18, 1967, Alice, Texas Fhe voice Al ail Echo 101% Chance of rain volume 72 second Clau Pouce paid at Alice Texas 78332 and Alice news Alice Texas tuesday july 18, 1967 15c sunday 5 cents daily number 300 Cong s ends Railroad strike p in in big in w. S treet Cenes Lillian Wilson h a. H. Heider a Daugh by the ter and family were visiting in Texas for the first time in five years. Pastor Donald and Ruth Ann Johnson and sons Mark Daniel and Jonathan of Sparks nev., Are spending a month Here. Donald is pastor of a lutheran Church in Sparks which is Only three Miles from Reno. The headers enjoyed other guests too who were Here sunday. Mrs. Heidere a sister and husband or. And mrs. Walter hide Brandt of Moulton and their daughter and husband or. And mrs. Henry Lucke of Leve land were guests. Also another daughter of the Alice couple along with her husband John and Adalaide mar Latt and two children of Corpus Christi were Here. Incidentally the Luckes will be teaching at Beeville Junior College starting in september. John Slater named o g school head Orange Grove a John rims superintendent in the sys Slater principal of the Orange tem for the past 15 years who Grove High school for the past resigned to accept position with year and a member of the Orange the Deveraux foundation in \ in Grove faculty for 12 years has been named superintendent of the Orange Grove Independent school District. Slater replaced Ned Bel Viet Junta in election difficulties seems it is vacation time for lots of folks. Jimmy and Ruby Bourland were in town yesterday seeing old friends. Jimmy worked for the Echo Many years before moving about seven years ago. The Bourland Are making their Home now at 3703 Robinson in Austin. Jimmy is employed with the i University press and Ruby is working in the office at St. David a Hospital. Their son Jimmy and his wife reside in Richmond \ a., and have a Brand new son Guy Thomas born july to. Young Jimmy is now with the Telephone company Toda it i Marks the 109lh Day of i in 7, leaving 166 Days left in the year a now that a news Isnit it. On this Date in 1940, president Franklin d. Roosevelt was nominated unanimously for a third term by delegates to the dec cratic convention. In 1951, Jersey Joe Walcott knocked out Ezard Charles in Pittsburg to win the world heavyweight boxing championship. In 1963, president John f. Kennedy asked Congress to impose a tax on investments abroad to ease Dollar Drain. If yol Haven to made your reservations for the six til annual reunion of the Alice sex student and teachers association a it Isnit too late. The reunion is slated aug. 12 at the Yew Hall. There will be nothing formal about the activities say s f. J. Roff president. He invites those attending to Wear comfortable clothes. Reservations Are $5 per couple or $2.ju per person and die fee includes food. No one will be admitted without a ticket. You can Send the fee with the registration card or you can pay at the door. The association wants to get some idea of How Many Are planning to attend. Mail reservations to the Alice sex student and teachers association Box 342, Alice. Fol and a quote by Abba Eban israelis foreign minister concerning die mid East War. It seemed out of die Ordinary and went like this a a i think that Dies is the first War in history that on the Morrow the victors sued for peace and die vanquished called for unconditional surrender a Saigon a South Vietnam a military Junta ordered a police and troop Alert today after the provisional Assembly a i came High school principal last election committee refused to year. Certify the military presidential he is a past president of the ticket headed by chief of state Texas state teachers Stocia Nguyen Van Thieu. The Klencon a member of the Parent Toria. A native of Dev Ine. Slate r graduated from Devine High Seoul in 1946, received his b. \. Degrees from Texas a in 1951 and his masters degree from Texas am in 1963. Slater 46, started his teaching career in 1951 and spent one year teaching in die veterans program in Jim Wells and nieces counties. He entered Public i school teaching in Killeen in 1952 land stayed until 1956 when he learnt1 to Orange Grove As agriculture instructor. He was elevated to Junior High i school principal in 1961 and be was cancelled after two and a half hours. Premier Nguyen Cao by is j Thieu a vice presidential running mate in the sept. 3 elections. The committees action threw teachers association director of the Jim Wells county fair association and a member of the Jim Wells county farm Bureau. Mrs. Slater is the former Martha Leary of Kingsville. The apartment Eire Del. Oscar Lopez right and fireman f copt1 land was seriously burned Early today Marvin Boehm Are shown inspecting die apartment at the was gutted Echo staff photo Bel Aire Motel at 724 \. Highway 281 where mrs. Pauline1 the apartment riot fatalities now total 27 the military ticket to the full j couple has five children. Randy Assembly which was expected 14, Donald 12 Kathy la Allen to give the Theiu by candidacy Ray 6 and Nancy 2. The Green Light. Candidates High school principal to re must have the Assembly sap \ places Ater a it not been named. New Ark n. J. A v Ming from negro rioting in new or ova i to run and the i Hieu by Slater is the third person i negro vis shot to death in a gun Jersey now stands at 27. Camp is thought to have a named an area school superin Duel will police and a White As Newark was trying to re us 117 Vou s in the Assembly. H t ,0 his wounded an cover from i be Days and nights the military police Alert it it in dec it Areche shooting Early to Lav to of wild turn it that accounted for peered to be a warning to Otter new placed crash the racial Calm in riot Assembly that should it try to Gonzalo Campos no cd Lakue Newark. Block Junta woman burned in fire an mice woman was reported strikers ordered to work Washington a the first nationwide rail strike in 20 years ended my trains began moving today after a two Day tie up was broken by a Federal Back to work Law the new Law signed by president Johnson monday night after Hasty enactment by Congress requires compulsory settlement if necessary to end a Long dispute Over wages. I lie word to Stop the strike spread rapidly across the country after the president acted. Pickets began withdrawing a Short time later and Many of the commuter trains in big metropolitan areas resumed operations. A few traffic snarls remained but for the most part officials reported vital materials needed in v Vietnam were Back on the rails and passenger trains that were baited by the strike took up their journeys where they left off sunday. The leaders of six striking Shope raft unions ordered members to Hoed the Back to work Law. The White House said labor Secretary w. Willard Wirtz conferred with leaders of All six unions and afterwards j. E. A a Doc Wolfe thief negotiator for the railroads said he was informed the unions ordered membership compliance with the Law. But an official of the Southern railway said it obtained a court order today enjoining a continuance of the strike after workers the military ticket the Fred Garcia in the Ben Bolt plagued might halt the process schools and b. R. Younts who the election committee Wasj Innee reported irked because neither Thieu nor by appeared before it monday night to answer complaints against their candidacy. The committees vote against recommending the ticket was &-4. The two military leaders who Are considered Likely to win have been accused of violating an election Law that says candidates in the armed forces or civil service must take leaves of absence two months before the election. Both men have taken Hopes in in i la Uusi Lluch i ii in pc i a in Vav fading Effort Jim is be no tested in Plainfield where 12 negro prisoners were _ earlier a taxicab passenger released today in their own re toward an elected government. Replaced c. In Ivans at Agua died of injuries in a Jersey City j cognizance. It 1 i a a. Firebombing. The fatalities Stem the prisoners were released under a truce plan worked out Between authorities and militant Tyoung elsewhere in Northern new fir Jersey restless troublemakers i the caused disorders monday night1 night of in the communities of Elizabeth Senger and it uni. I new Brunswick and Jersey City. Jared. I he bomber escaped his the dead negro was identified race and identity Unknow i. Ramund Gilmer 20. Of new looting and window Srna skiing i Nite nations a that could get the two thirds j in a after a e City led to the arrest apr prospects faded today vote necessary for approval a Anding in front of of 34 negro youths during tin1 for adoption by the i a. A Assembly i resident amid store in the negro night. Jersey City Elizabeth a1 Assembly of a Resolution Call Rahman Pazhwak of afghanis Tion j and Paterson were the scenes of election Nom men Nave uirw�., for israeli troops to with Tan told the As Rubly if no ter a High Speed Chase Dur rioting in 1964. Leaves from their military posts Draffz a la a Rich it set hmdd�?~\irx5 Hie special link which shots Quot Ere exchanged Newark a business life was but claim their positions m a unto a j l,.ss Ion i Here w is no objection ilm it r heaped from his car aired jts Back to Normal. Some 5 chief of state and Premier Are i i a a it a tit. »js3 a a it new Erse it National no Thev com Nitte a a also Reco Mucial session on the Middle i ast left unsettled would by men de that four lither tickets that All the Arab states main to the Security it by avowed to run saving their refusal to recognize i As the Vanguard of the 33-Man j not be allowed to run saying j . Observer team began sur there was substance to charge. Ore minister Abba veil Lance of the Suez canal i he committers also voted Eban replied this a strengthens cease fire line Between israeli against the arid Dace of Gen i my governments resolve not to land i egyptian forces an israeli-1 door Van whih better known 1 respond to any request or inter egyptian dispute Over israels As a by mini a Alanh headed a St from these states until or intention to put patrol boats on. So re Lonc Junta f in several a a Quot less there is an explicit recon the canal threatened the opera. Months after the fall of presi nation of a i claimed it the right diem in a Over a a mar can of Fps of to patrol the biters on Hie East. A a Ber 1963 and is now Iviry in a a a passive pm Side of the canal. Egypt j the meeting to be held a it 30 military raw so he Sward tis negotiations warned that it would open fire Jan. At the co ration court military Power Druggie be soviet Union for a res on any boats the israelis room. Kit amp in t on uracil withdrawal launched the Pozuc is invited. Ai leu Ahli in Hiim a we. In serious Condit Ion after she set up additional picket lines w to burned Early today when her the Southern rail in pokes apartment at the Bel Aire at 724 Man said judge Frank Vav. Wilson of the i a. District our the returnedis10 in the head by four pursuing guardsmen were withdrawn policemen. Police said housing program meeting tonight found a pistol knife and a pair of binoculars on his body a Short time later patrolman John Romano was wounded in the leg during an Exchange of m gunfire with several Eero it j Highway 281 was badly a rn-1 son of the . District court in cup ants of a car which occur i Chambi Sooga term., issued the ing to police tried to run him Pauline Copeland 49, order and Sot a hearing on it for Down. He is Hosp Iuli cd in Good i a Bur wednesday morning. Picket condition i a a re to non Ihn lines were reported crumbling the Jersey c Ity victim was Gens Hospital and taken to elsewhere following enactment Freddie Lac Jones 24, a negro. Hospital in Corpus Christi after a Moas Urc police said he it was Riding in a the fort. Was reported at 4 . In the i enable the Pix Lucas cab last saturday night when a the apartment containing a of our farm Ai d factories to bomb was thrown of bedroom and Kitchenette was gut move freely once More a said vehicle. He died monday by the name and the Furni i president Johnson in signing the Ture was almost totally de jaw Congress Hist ii to passed strayed. Monday to end the first nation a l he fire alarm was turned in wide rail walkout in 20 years. By a Man living in an adjoining a it will permit vitally needed apartment. I ire units from the arms and supplies sent to. C ventral and crap hark i forw8 in Quot Al Nam houses battled the flame for an hour before it was brought under control. The cause of the fire and the Cost in damages had not been determined this morning. The burned woman a husband on monday and control of the City restored to the 1,400-Man police Force. Plainfield a City of 50,000 about 18 Miles Southwest of a without interruption a Johnson said. It also requires a government imposed settlement of tin1 a the dispute if unions and management done to reach their own agreement within 90 Days. A Union Leader angrily called Buster Copeland who is an Oil Field Workman was not at Home at the time of the fire and the police were attempting to locate about to nates Soumwei a a a he reported Newark underwent a fourth unit. Robert \ Gardner of the Reaut Aiso Raer Mommy out re Congress previously lad i i la. Or i Mon of Ibe Urban hous i Der than Tarl or outbreaks to a i ordered strike delays in the i department of the Ron u claimed the life of Gedly burned to death in the a dispute ing a development program will whip. Lawman fire. Meet with local people tonight to diet cd the the Law a the strike breaking act of 1967�?� but members of six shop Craft unions began obeying i it by returning to work a Little More than 18 hours after the strike began. Federal program third in a series rail traffic moving slowly Over Texas the changing face of Alice weather Alice and vie in Ita partly Cloudy and warm tonight and wednesday with a few mostly daytime showers is the forecast by the . Weather Bureau. Low temperatures tonight 74-78 degrees highs wednesday 94-98. Shower probability to per cent. Southerly winds diminishing to 6-8 . Tonight becoming South to southeasterly 12 18 . Wednesday. Official local temperatures High monday 95, overnight Low 74, High at noon today 91. A Trace of rain was reported at the Alice International Airport afternoon. By at As i Ting try my a r 1 or Vav Vav Vav v Vivi a a a a a a a a a a a a in e v w v w v w v w1 v w % a re w r i in nun re re in a u Ruji u r e r e a e 7rs w4 it n irs a iritts m irs irs irs Sun re re re re re re re u re a e r e r e its a a a irs Ani Ani irs Ani Ani a a a in Pue re her or Era or or or or or or a r e s ar5i Ani Ani Ani Ani Ani irs irs Ana a a a a e Ruji Nua Rue pair or or Terji re re re r a e i a a a a a a irs a a a a a Aiu Aupi f -.p5bi5 dental action ended wide rail strike. Sen. Yarborough against rail Bill qts re farm Bureau by Illing the Jim Wells county farm j places an older Bureau building located at 900 f. Hirst St., was opened photo Jan. 15. The building built at a Cost of some $iy,000, re building at the same location. Echo staff the associated press pickets disappeared from scattered picketing mostly Santa Ftp a Houston offices but facilities of the Santa Fecarmen a Union continued railway continued across Lex cd Vii outside Santa be opera today. Rail traffic was get a hons in Dallas a a we re just a it ack to Normal in a Patch waiting a still wilting a said work pattern across the state Ujj Reynolds Santa be Dallas Dallas Railroad officials re Yardmaster a pickets from the ported All but the Santa he Back Carmen s Union Are still Here. In full service after monday they say they re still on nights congressional and presi picketing also continued at a nation a Jor Yard in fort Worth. The Texas chief a Santa be passenger train rolled out of i Houston at 7 20 . Today isome three hours after the picket lines came Down. I mail was on the1 move again Washington a sen across Texas and Post office Ator Ralph Yarborough d-tex., spokesmen said embargoed Sec voted against the Bill to Kilt the and third and fourth class mail railway strike monday. These to was again being accepted. Ate passed the Bill 69-20 on a Anta be pickets up led out Roll Call vote. Earl it to Day at Beaumont. I. M. A Natar Lohn l Ower Al ex., Dean of Souton in Pacific Bine it did not vote but was paired in the South Lexas Eit it said Hie Aoa a Ink Hill Sunset limited passenger train i k in tile 244-148 vote by which from c Alifornia might be the House sent the Bill to presi stopped in Houston because of Dent Johnson texans voted As a limited number of passenger i follows. Cars available. Democrats for Brooks Bur Iel m. Strudel manager of i son c Abell c Asey de la Garza Continental rain co., at the i dowdy Fisher Kazen Mahon port of Beaumont Aid Ocearl i Batman Pickle Poage Ike a by find shipments of Grain would Purcell Roberts Teague White be held up for two to three Days Wright Young because of a shortage try rail i republicans for Bush Price. I cars. Democrats against Eckhardt j few train a i tex., Gonzalez monday night. Moved Isit late Missouri Pacific s Austin office said the l exas Bagle should make it a northbound run out of san Ntonio today. The train last ran sunday. I Nion men in some instances were holding Back in complying with the Baek to work order. Strike Bill summary w Ashington a Here Are the major provisions of the Bill to end the nationwide rail strike signed monday night by president Johnson orders striking members of six Railroad Shope raft unions to return to work immediately a requires appointment of a five Man presidential Board to try to win voluntary settlement of Hie dispute. \ i Low s a Wilday no strike no walkout period for the presidential Board to try to get an agreement. Provides for the presidential Board to impose a compulsory agreement if no settlement is reached in 90 Days. The Board s recommendations could be binding until As late As 1969

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