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Charleston Daily Mail Newspaper Archives Aug 14 1967, Page 1

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Charleston Daily Mail (Newspaper) - August 14, 1967, Charleston, West VirginiaTo Tunny Ujj Jjck 83. Of Hal volume 149-no. 38 Charleston West Virginia monday evening August ten cents 1 negro gang wounds i 5 Whites at tavern 12 arrested As Beer quest ignites gunfire Hammond i a group gotten some people shot and the arrested negroes of 20 negro marchers strode they Are going to have some rounded up in raids on bars at marchers off today on the fifth Day of people put in the Penitentiary nearby Covngton before Dawn their planned March that s what they set out to later they Wen charged with from Bogalusa to Baton Rouge the governor said in Bat being fugitives from Tangipahoa following a shoot my episode in on Rouge which is about 45 Parish where Hammond is which five White men were Miles due West of Hammond located Covington is in neigh wounded and 12 negroes rested when they come Here sunday if they violate the Law in their newsman that the March Lead ers have now accomplished school where part of their purpose they have night leaders of the March denied speeches or in their Demeanour occurred when negroes shout the March is scheduled to end taken part sunday in the Boga ing want at with a protest demonstration on Lusa civil liberation Whites blocking the Way to a the Steps of the Capitol sunday March which stopped Here for tests to the arrested negroes to night mounted state troopers escort the night in route to the state determine if any had fired gov John Mckeithen told a de the marchers today As they capital left the grounds by a negro Boring St tammany Parish col Thomas d Burbank state director of Public safety March denied any of Bis follow ers were involved he said All of our people were Here the wounded men were Hospi Ali Zed in Hammond Authon that any of the walkers were they Are going to join those Al rushed from Baton Rouge and ties at the Hospital refused to involved in the shooting which ready in jail said several those jailed had give their condition but they Haven t been regu they spent the Lar said sheriff Tom Sanders of Tangipahoa Parish is there a Turtle doctor.? 12-year-old expert makes first House Call los Angeles of among Amateur doctors 12-year-ow Peter Dailey probably has the most Ushery roster of patients his practice says the specialist is limited to reptiles but be makes Bouse Calk until the other Day Peter confined us practice to his own menagerie but a neighbor Susie pkg Ett 6, cared today Herman her torpid Tortoise had the malaise his eyes looked re called Susie s Mother mar Jone Pickett. They were swollen and closed. We Cafield the vets but they just laughed. They said they Only handled dogs and cats on hearing there was a rep tile specialist in the neighbor Hood mrs Pykett declared bring him Over Over came Peter within an hour he was the raids close to China brought new Cut ism of the Vietnam War by sen elements of the 1st brigade of , chair Man of the Senate foreign be but sen John Stennis d preparedness subcommittee chairman said the action reflects a More pres sure philosophy which he backs. Supporters of steams View recently criticized the president for sparing what they called the air Force said kids thunderchief and f4c phantom see raid pm 2, col 1 on pages 26 Pkgesi-2 Section women a editorial comics news sports financial classified Page Bridge classified comics crossword editorials financial Horoscope my answer to obituaries sports or. Forum Heaters to t t wanning up iwo then s v or. Mountr j Art i were Lail

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