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Baytown Sun, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1967, Baytown, Texas 9 Brand u Blakc sctt Tike far to Terete who Tite Benaia Fox items Csc july my Pap to ton your Home newspaper to Tom july 1967 Telephone numb pc 5121302 cents copy negro dead cop Newark riot erupts again a a was shot to death in a gun Odnel with police Aad a White was wounded in an full her shooting Early today to crack the racial Calm riot a taxicab passenger of injuries in a Jersey City the fatalities Stem from negro rioting in new stands at Newark was trying to re tron five Days and nights d tumult for of the a racial armistice resident Dies Shuford who in Baytown shortly after War died in san an during the a funeral will be held at Houston at 11 he had been officer in the kiwanis meeting councilman Pat Ball give a report on the k convention at the noon meeting of the Bay i town kiwanis dub at the Tower a Ca of c Jacinto Council sights of Wall install officers at the Chali Taes where 12negro prisoners were released today in their own re the prisoners were released under a truce plan worked out Between authorities and militant Young elsewhere in new restless troublemakers disorders monday night in the new Brunswick and Jersey the dead negro was identified As Raymond of new who fled in a car after he was spotted standing in front of a wrecked store in negro after a High Speed Chase Dur ing which shots were Gilmer leaped from his car and ran Down an where he was shot in the head by four pursuing police said they found a knife and of binoculars on his a Short time patrolman John Romano was wounded in the leg during an Exchange of gunfire with several negro occupants of a car Accord ing to tried to run him he was hospitalized in Good the Jersey City victim was Freddie Lee a police said he was Riding in a cab last saturday night when a fire bomb was thrown against the he died monday night of a woman Pas Senger and the Driver were injured the bomber his race and identity looting and window smashing in Jersey City led to the arrest of 34 negro youths during the Jersey Elizabeth and Paterson were the scenes of rioting in Newark business life was on american helicopters Surprise sink 132 red samoans at 3 after the iusta3aj its Way Back to some a skipper will be served Jorj too their new ladies needed James radio to Struc Tor at Lee College tech ucal is in need of some radios for his to on in the radios do have to but they need be less than 20 years who wishes to provide students with radios May in them at technical on and tides Jersey National Ostia Resmen were withdrawn and control of the City stored to the police Cloudy Dodty wife Utu change tempera Tare area weather tempera Tare Range expected 6890 mondays Range was 6687 Gates Tox wt1ies wednes Day at 9mi Tow at ground Page a to visitor sin the Home anti mrs Chil e1 Nve r trip to Austin and a brings file Towi mate from for a c Mike who the surge and prove to be f Mike Smith enjoys homemade pineapple ice Cream Pam Fisher visits Withan old Friend after registering for summer school at Lee College Sharon Shaddix discusses life on the North Texas Campus she will be studying music there in the in Beach f Troutman has House guests her Chavers who is a Navy and wife Emiko and baby Tanya they july will be there unti we install Ford to climatic air conditioners Courtesy food a City of about 18 Miles Southwest of underwent a fourth night of disorder but Milder than earlier outbreaks which had claimed the life of a White state Arthur Sills said a truce plan was worked during a three hour night meeting with militant Young including one described As a a Force of 200 rational guardsmen and the City Iysis Han Force drawn outside a Eter around the racially intense end to let members the negro Community Stab ish their own peacekeeping of one complaint of West end negotiators was that Whites were Riding through the neigh boyhood taunting negroes about 35 per cent of Plain Fields residents Are bands of Young negroes smashed and looted downtown stores in new Miles from despite Midnight curfew established earlier there were a number of false seven the grapes were two at them said to be carrying skiing to expo 67 will be a Long haul for these five blonde Sun tanned who will begin the trip along the East coast starting at Peters Burg they will ski Down the West coast of across the state through Lake and up the East coast to new York going from there up the Hud son River to Montreal towing the group will be a 40foot capable of speeds from 30 to 40 from the skiers Are Cathy 12her sister 15 Pat 27 Alice and Mary Saigon a the u s j command today reported Viet Cong samoans sunk in two Icli copter at least 14j communist soldiers killed in Small firefights South Vietnam in the past 24 hours and red mortar and rocket at tacks on five South vietnamese and american Camps near Sai the command said one flight of firefly helicopters using searchlights and flares sur prised a Convoy of Supply Sam pans at the Mouth i the Truong Giangrive 350 Miles Northeast of Saigon before Dawn coming under heavy fire from the Edge of the the Heli copters silenced the gun Bunker with then destroyed 73 of the 40foot Junks and Sam the Leader of the flight reported a similar helicopter strike two weeks ago surprised another Convoy on the same River and Sank 148 another army helicopter gunship team reported it Sank 51 samoans and destroyed 1 fortified positions in Daylong operations about 30 Miles West of Saigon gunners i rec about 200 mortar and rocket rounds into five South Vietnam Seand american posts be tween Midnight and Dawn today Inan arc about 25 Miles Irth Weston Saigon on a Road leading to the Viet Cong hit one of the Phuoc a kerchief which went Down Mon Day on a raid against the rail at 38 Miles Northeast Force said the Pilot of Hanol the air Vas radio Hanoi claimed two planes were downed monday and one Pilot taken the com Mand reported 134 missions were flown Over North Vietnam despite spotty weather that Cov ered Many target the frequently hit rail line Northeast of Hanoi to red China was hit at Kep and at Bac pilots reported Many cuts Jui the rails unable give further damage assessment be cause of smoke and dust Navy pilots from the carriers Constellation and Bon homme Richard also concentrated on North Vietnam rail 500man infantry military spokesmen said one american was killed and 15 wounded and South vietnamese units suffered Light casualties the Viet Cong lost 11 dead in the infantry attack on the pos Phuoc which was de fended by a battalion of South vietnamese troops supported b artillery and flare ships spewing Quick firing Catling gun shells the air War Over North Viet Nam continued and the command reported the loss of the 611th u s Comba plane to gunners in North an air Force f105 Thun alerted in Vietnam after ticket not certified one flight from the Oris Kany sent up a billow of flames and smoke from a fuel dump a Don son Only 13 Miles Northwest of four communist mig21s were sighted in their busiest a in More than six three of them attempted to disrupt the Rescue of a Navy flier South of Hanoi but turned Back when crusader jets tried to tangle with a Fourt Mig was near than Hoa and fled skyhaw1 Jet unleashed a Long Range bar rockets and 20mm5can non the Navy la d of had hidden overnight in mow Taino us country below Haiphong after being shot Down sunday nationwide strike ends trains run school integration 12 North Carolina men arrested by Fri Rowan county registrar of deeds was among 12 Carolina men arrested by agents to Day on charges of conspiring to event racial integration of schools in two the the Fri was carried out by shootings into dynamite no burning churches and resident making threatening Telephone Calls and burning James Wayne Davis of China the Rowan county registrar of was among the first arrested and brought to he Federal courthouse in Salis Bury shortly after the Fri recommended Bonds for Davis and the other 11 men at their arraignment before commissioner John hol Concord Edward Kan polls Marx Wayne Kannapolis Robert Phil More Concord rav Lee con Ord Ronald Lee our world in Ramsey Clark said the men were arrested on Bench w rants issued monday in District court at the were charged with conspiring to deprive citizens of constitutional rights by acts of terrorism and the Federal grand jury indict covering the period fron to the said the purpose of the conspiracy was to prevent school officials from operating schools in Row an and Cabarrus counties in a racially free it also said the men tried to prevent racially integrated participation in federally aided Edu cation and poverty the indictment said the men tried to prevent racially Inte rated participation in federally aided education and poverty pro London a the British government announced plans to a to quit Britain Century old bases in Singapore and Masia in Middle 1970s and o i reduce British forces in South cast Asia by about half by 1970 l a government White paper out ining a defense policy reassess ment said Britain army will be substantially reduced by the Cut Jack in commitments outside it said aircraft carriers will be phased out in the the re Navy will rely on land based and the navys main strike Power will be its growing including nut Lea powered subs equipped with Polaris the Royal air Force also will Cut and More planes with in Star Gazer from William of a sky diver with More than 500 is kitted monday when Spara chutes Mala and Reserve fell on a ire Efan having demonstrated rail strike that there Kramer police certify presidential ticket beaded by chief of state Nguyen Alert was after who Are considered Likely to accused of violating that says Candi half 5preraiernguyen i Thieu vice presidential tvo Ning mate in the 3 elec the committees action threw the military ticket to the full which was expected to the thei Uky candidacy the Green candidates must have the Assembly approval to and the thie Uky Camp is to bought to have 84 of the 117 votes in the the military police Alert appeared to be a warning to the Assembly that should it try to Block the military the Junta might halt the process toward an elected tie election committee was reported irked because neither Thieu nor by appeared before it monday night to answer com plaints against their the vote against recommending the ticket was 8 v Date sin armed forces or civil service must leaves of absence months before the men have taken leaves from their military posts but claim their positions As chief of state and Premier Are not civil service the committee also recommended that four other tickets not be allowed to saying there was substance to charges made against the committee also voted against the candidacy of Duong Van better known header several months after the fall of presi Dent Ngo Dinh diem in novem Ber 1363 and is now living in exile in Thailand after losing a military Power the ruling generals have refused to As big the ruling Junta for let him fearing return to that his Campaign popularity would split the vote thick and by expect to in the rail strike that there is nothing like a crisis to t to Congress seems to ready itself to Deal in a limited Way with racial rioting a Box of mini explode in the face of an air Force demolition expert Mon blinding officials dont know blinding is per c o o government makes preparations today w i rat Down mutinous White mercenaries with paratroopers aided foreign african pilots acid air Force is by a Sharp Earth tremor its one of the strongest aftershocks from the earthquakes of june rubber workers at the Goodrich vote sunday of a tentative agreement that could for one the longest strike a the Indus try Harris county republicans plan to Telegraph Connally today a demand Tor a special election to fill the vacancy in the legislature left by the death slay 16 of rep Ira freshman demo crat from sporadic Rains fad in scattered parts of the a but it is itt irm Aad Clear in most propulsion Laboratory scientists give up today trying to coax Surveyor to respond from the writing Oft the Mission As members of family Are killed and three other persons injured monday night in collision on 54 about Miles North of the indictment was in Greensboro last Friday by not made Public until those in addition t Davis included Homer d Northern Texas cooled by Rains by the associated showers pelted Northern area of Texas lightly this morning keeping temperatures much More comfortable than usual of skies were Clear to Only parti Cloudy across the rest of the state and it was on the Warr the Shower activity Laste through most of the night an Early dotting North West and North Central Texa northward from a line link a Lamesa and Minera before Daylight the moisture spread eastward past Denton Dallas and Movin along at about 10 Miles per hour Early morning temperature ranged Down to a Cool 59 de Grecs at Perryton and 61 both in the upper pan South Texas Points a Marks in the High 70s at to moisture measurements before the showers eased off include Candress and Wichita Falls Inch and Dalhart Man places received no More tha traces of Appeal i amiss Case due supreme court i to by Barrt Schweid a an Amish farm ers clash with Kansas school authorities May the supreme court into a new evaluation of the rights of religious Minori the Leroy Gerber of was convicted under the states compulsory school attendance Law for refusing to enrol his in an accredited High school Garber is a member of the old order Amish mennonite which subscribes literally to the new testament injunction not conformed to this he says he wanted to shield Sharon from the environment of the Public High school and some of the foolishness that is going on the Kansas supreme in upholding his conviction last ruled the state school Law was enacted in the Public no matter How sincere he May be the individual cannot be permitted upon Relig ious grounds to be the judge of his duty to the court this ruling now is being appealed to the supreme court by the american a Vii liberties the Aluia asking the court to strike Down the Law As in Viola Tion of constitutional religious for Appellant and his the education of their children in accordance with Amish religious principles is not just a matter of or the Acle said it is an essential postulate of their religious the descended trom a Isth Century mennonite movement in live in at least 19 states and they Wear dark clothing and have maintained literally a Horasan drug by society since colonial in Kansas enacted a Law requiring children to attend it private or Paro Chial school taught by a competent Tor until age before then school at Tendance was not required beyond the eighth the Amish Community in Yoder responded by setting up its own vocational schoo and Sharon Garber was Concord Charles Alexander oui Grove Nolan Hardin Kannapolis Clifton Wayne Donald Paul Stewart Concord Bobby Gene British to reduce forces in be Asia costing about 59 billion a t predicted an annual defense budget of about billion by the prime sons minister labor Harold Wil gov emment stressed belief that British Secu Rity still rests above All on the prevention of War in Europe and therefore expressed its re solve to maintain the military and political Unity and strength of the North Atlantic treaty the government pledged that Britain will go on contributing to the defense of Europe and to maintain the in Federal Law sends Union Back on Job Washington a first nationwide rail strike in 20 years ended and trains began moving today after a today tic up was broken by a Fedora backs work the new Law signed by presi Dent Johnson monday night after Hasty enactment by Congress requires compulsory settlement if necessary to end a Long Dis Pute Over the word to Stop the strike spread rapidly across the coun try after the president acted Pickett began withdrawing a Short time later Aad Mamot the commuter trains n big metropolitan areas resumed opera a few traffic snarls remained but or the most part officials reported vital materials needed in Vietnam were Back on the rails and passenger trains that in Resolution prospects dim creased Range and Mumm Mormance will be in in the next the White paper new prospects faded today for adoption bythe general Assembly of a Resolution Call will enable us to move forces across the world faster and for israeli troops to withdraw from Arab territory seized larger numbers than was the june ble even a few years the military strength of our ambassador George j and allies is the Power and policy of our potential enemies Are liable to the Assembly special session on the Middle East that All the Arab states main the document said the government accordingly has their refusal to recognize the state of israeli foreign minister Abba As Britain friends replied this strengthens Europe build up their governments resolve not to the most valuable to request or inter Tributino the British from these states lentil or it to provide them with the most sophisticated elements of Modem the manpower and costs involved in maintaining fixed military bases and installations there is a explicit recognition of israels sovereignty and territorial the group 23 nations adopted a passive attitude toward its negotiations longer seems justified by the sort of military operations now the soviet Union for a Resolution on israeli withdrawal that could get the two thirds the statement said Britain present total land and sea Force of men would necessary for Assembly president Abdul Rahman Pazhwak of afghanis reduced by men by ism and by by the time we have finally withdrawn told the Assembly if no agreement was reached by it shoud end the special Malaysia and Singapore in the there was no and it appeared that the issues the document said unsettled would be returned Overall defense program now the Security were halted by the strike took up the journeys where they left off the leaders of six striking shop Craft unions ordered Mem Bers to heed the backs work the White House said labor Secretary Willard Wirtz conferred with leaders of All six unions and afterwards chief negotiator for the said he was informed the unions ordered membership compliance with the but an official of the Southern railway said it obtained a court order today enjoining a continuance of the after workers set up additional picket the Southern railway spokes Man said judge Frank Wil son of the District court in issued the order and set a hearing on it for wednesday picket lines were reported crumbling elsewhere following enactment of the this will enable the of our farms and factories to move freely once said president Johnson in signing the Law Congress hastily passed monday to end the first nation wide rail walkout in 20 it will permit vitally needed arms and supplies to be sent to our fighting forces in Vietnam without John son it also requires a government imposed settlement of the wage dispute if unions and manage ment dont reach their own agreement within 90 a Union Leader angrily called the Law the strike breaking act of 1967 but members of six shop Craft unions began obeying it by returning to work a Little More than 48 hours after the strike Union Pacific Low passage ends spree of buc passing on strike Washington a con Gressional enactment of Legisla Tion in the Railroad shop Craft dispute ended More than three months of buc passing Between Congress and president John the president and Many members of especially in the tried hard As possible to avoid having to take the final action put Union men Back to work under a compulsory whether called compulsory arbitration or the administration doggedly insisted it was proposing mediation to i Central feature of the rail legislation finally enacted is something labor fiercely for in being bound by a compulsory labor loses its major strike without gaining anything in re the first time Johnson sought congressional action to extend the no strike deadline was in april and the measure sailed through both the second in there was More but a new 47day Extension was approved Over when the present proposal came before the Senate in it was passed by a Large mar but in the a rebel j lion led by a labor democrats i on the House Commerce Corn Northern Railroad and great officials said Mittee and republicans seeking permanent ant strike legislation flared up and overthrew the presidents that House members should resist such legislation More than senators is not Only on third of the senators must stand for reelection in while All House members for Many Urban labor is the key both to financing and supplying Campaign Ariey d chairman the House pickets were and a Union official said strikers were ready to return to their jobs on the Burlington but pickets remained in Many where strikers said they were awaiting official word from their Union chiefs before going Back to their machinists official nes Bett of Pine said it would take a Federal court order to get his men Back to even where a Quick return to work was Railroad officials we rent sure they could get commuter trains running in time for the morning Rush of the Law forbids resumption of any strike fur the 90 Days in which a White House Board will seek a voluntary and the Board could extend this As late As by invoke Carman e Visson Commerce a ing the compulsory settlement could de the Bill was one sided and Hei said that in any Case theri was no proof a Railroad chaos As the but All create impose a mandatory settlement for a Shorter some elec Carmen j and firemen and oilers1 seek and commit tee democrats to Force the and would administration nikes of per cent this year and 5 per cent next plus cents per hour each efforts by staggers ministration into making plans year for higher skilled hike for skilled see Page 2 they now average Pel with skilled men getting to move essential supplies in an average event of a strike met the Rethe railroads last reported spouse that this was Impact offer was a 6 per cent wage hike Over 18 months plus one 5cent the dispute could find its Way Back to Congress in mean several other disputes in the rail Industry also could be thrust into the hands of con Gressmen who dislike having to Deal with such disputes but apparently prefer temporary solutions to any permanent anti strike of farm can Tim do Moe cot Murr worlds largest Mia is suit count John Mitchell 5837s37

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