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Charleston Daily Mail (Newspaper) - July 18, 1967, Charleston, West VirginiaThe weather fair tonight Low about wednesday some cloudiness mostly sunny High 85. Final edition volume 149-no. 15 Charleston West Virginia tuesday evening july 18, 1967 ten cents lumber shift kills four City tourists i scene of Highway tragedy in Canada . Denies change in Viet bomb plans Washington u the bombing of North Vietnam continues and no change in that been ordered the Pentagon said today. Questioned about reports in London suggesting that the United states May be on the verge of suspending the bombing a Pentagon spokesman said he was authorized to say the administration s policy is unchanged. officer said he could not address himself to the question of future military moves by the United states. This refusal is customary to avoid tipping the american hand to the enemy. Two British newspapers the guardian and London s evening Standard reported monday the United states seems about to switch its air War policy against North Vietnam. Rail Union chiefs bitter Over Swift strike ending Law Washington m the first nationwide rail strike in 20 years ended Anil trains began moving today after a two Day tie up was broken by a Federal Back to work Law. The new Law signed1 by president Johnson monday night after Hasty enactment by Congress requires compulsory settlement if necessary to end a Long dispute Over wages. The end of the strike Johnson said permit vitally needed arms and supplies to be sent to our fighting forces in Vietnam the word to Stop the strik spread rapidly across the Corn try after the president acted pickets began withdrawing Short time later and Many v the commuter trains in big me a Politan areas resumed operations. A few remained r reported vital materials. Need in Vietnam were the rails train Faa it by returning to. Work a Hittle were halted by the up their journeys where the left off sunday. Told to return the leaders of six striking shop Craft unions ordered Mem hers to heed the Back to work and the Board could extend this Law. As late As Jan by invoke the White House said labor the compulsory settlement provision. The Board could also see rail Union pm 2, Secretary w. Willard Wirtz Conr feared with leaders of air six unions and afterwards j. E. Doc Wolfe chief negotiator for the railroads said he was informed the unions ordered membership compliance with the Law. 1 but an official of Southern rail Way said it obtained a court or Der today a continuance of the strike after workers set up additional picket lines. Southern railway spokes Man said judge Frank a Wil pickets still on Job by the associated press pickets remained at Chesa Peake and Ohio railway instal lations in West Virginia and Eastern Kentucky Early today while the other major Railroad in the state were slowly resum ing operations after picketing by striking machinists was halted. Headquarters in Hunting ton was not answering phones but a Union spokesman said the picket lines would not be with. London Fol from Switzer and to Britain night sky watch ers reported today a ing Saucer Story and some of from Northwest to Northeast. Authorities in Paris were besieged with inquiries about something going very fast and belief an artificial satellite had broken up. The fireballs travelling at sat word from National Headquarters. Passenger train operations on the were reported Uncertain this morning. Charleston postmaster James 0. Lakin announced this after Sec pickets pm. 2, col.2 Soldier killed at Camp Dawson Kingwood Fol army pfc. Ernest r. Williams 20, of los Angeles calif., was killed Mon Day night when the truck he was driving plunged Over an embankment during a tactical training operation at nearby Camp Dawson an army spokesman said to Day Williams was driving a gallon refuelling vehicle which fell Down a 100-foot embankment after the Barm of a dirt Road gave Way under the weight of the four ton truck Wlliams was training with the 3rd armoured Squadron 17th cavalry division of fort Knox ky., which had been it Camp Diwan in the Northeast Corner of West Virginia near the Mary land and Pennsylvania Borders since july ii. Son. Of Fethe u.-. S. District court in Chattanooga issued the order and set a hearing on it for a wednesday morning but picket lines were reported crumbling elsewhere following enactment of the measure a Union Leader angrily called be Law the strike breaking act of 1967" bilt members of six Jho a in g More than "48 hours after the strike began the Law forbids resumption of any strike for the 90 Days in which a White House Board will seek a voluntary settlement Load from Ontario truck crushes car by Tom Sawyer of the daily mail staff four Charleston ans were killed monday evening when their car was buried under a truckload of lumber on Highway 41 about w Miles South of Pembroke Ontario. Pembroke is about 90 Miles North of the Canadian National capital of Ottawa. Dead Are Philip Morris and his wife Evelyn of 601 Monroe St. Hillsdale addition and Robert Johnson and his 7-year-old son Alec. Morris was a Salesman for the Clark motors inc. In Charleston and his wife was recently promoted to supervisor of commercial education for Kanawha county schools. Johnson was an employee of the Federal aviation Agency and was scheduled to begin work aug. 13 As a radar controller at the Kanawha county Airport. Johnson formerly worked in Charleston and had just completed a two year Faa tour at Eielson. Radar Center in Alaska. Girl in Hospital in fair condition in a Hospital is Anne word 20, of Pembroke. She suffered undetermined in juries and multiple abrasions and head injuries. All were passengers in the Morris Auto. Truck Driver James Wilson of Pembroke was not injured. Ontario provincial police Sak the Accident occurred when Wil son s lumber Load shifted As the tractor trailer was the a wrecked car lies amid spilled lumber after one of can Ada s most shocking Highway tragedies which occurred near Pembroke Ontario monday night. The lumber cascaded from a truck just As it was passing the a group of tourists from Charleston killing four persons from this City who had been vacationing in Canada the car was crushed under the heavy lumber and acetylene torches had to be used to extricate the victims from the smashed press photo. Philip Morris Morris late Model car was approaching in the opposite direction and the dislodged Lum Ber fell from the truck crushing j of Miv Acu Colin Lulu Road near negro looter was shot to death in a gun Duel with police and a patrolman was wounded the car. Morris his wife and Alec Johnson were killed instantly Robert Johnson was Sead Oln arrival at Penis fake cottage hos ment at that Hospital. Acetylene torches were used daily mail. The Morris and Johnson fam Ilies were staying at Jack Ford s Evelyn Morris tourist Camp at Lake Dora. Ford s daughter Anne travelling Back to Camp sighted in Europe with them when the northbound car met the southbound truck Constable Harry Klube of the Ontario provincial police said the so Tellitt an inquest has been ordered by. The provincial police. Morris had been with Clark motors since and was Ori see Ontario pal 2, col. 3 ships in the North sea said they sighted the of North variously Iolite Speed were reported very the Crew of a Chan round a. M. From Geneva Strasbourg Paris and ish coast of England. The Royal air Force at Man Nel ferry off Dieppe said one group of at least five objects resembled Orange scientists said there were no breaking up As it re entered the Arth s atmosphere. Hief at Deal spotted several Ivory. Swales said his station until there was some was hooded with Telephone Calls mostly from people fearful that an Airliner was crashing. Iton in Kent said what looked known comets around but the like a Ball of fire probably was possibility of meteors could not Man made space hardware be ruled out. Some quarters were inclined to blame freakish summer Eric Swales coast guard weather. Hot humid weather Tias produced some violent elec objects through his binoculars Trie storms in the past few Days. My agreed with the satellite the Geneva Airport Observatory speculated that the Light from he descending Moon crossing electrically charged Clouds could have played some tricks. Did not turn smashed Flat. Over but was Newark Calm broken with death . Apra Cial Calm Iii riot plagued new Ark was bar Keri Early today in another nearby incident. Earlier a taxicab rider died o injuries suffered in a Jerse City lire bombing. The fatalities being shut Down for main stemming from negro r idling in new Jersey Jiow stand at 27 As. Newark was trying to re Pital miss Ford is under treat cover. From five Days and night of wild tumult that accounted for 25 of the dead a racial a to remove the bodies from the Mist ice was being tested in entangled wreckage a reporter nearby Plainfield where 12 be for the Ottawa citizen told the so prisoners were released to Day in their own recognizance. Northern new Jersey restless troublemakers provided an uneasy Monda was night for the communities o Elizabeth Paterson new Bruns Wick and Jersey City. The alleged looter was identified As Raymond Gilmer 20, 0 who fled in a car after car did not leave the Road and being spotted standing in front of a wrecked store in the negro Rea. After a High Speed Chase Dur no which shots were sex Gilmer leaped from his Dar and ran Down an Alley see Newark pm. 2, col. 3 on inside pages 22 sections news sports editorial news comics women a classified Page Bridge 6 classified 18 comics 16 crossword 7 editorials 4 17 Horoscope 22 my answer. 22 obituaries 18 sports. 9 or. Forum. 17 Heaters 11 to. 22 warming up. 9 r women s 14 weather 2 eat the or. Molner 22 Carbide fire a 33-year-old Nitro Man was killed Early today when a dash fire engulfed a production unit at Union Carbide s Institute Plant. Abe Holdren of 37 red Oak drive River Dell acres died Al most instantly of Burns to the body according to the Plant chief of state Nguyen spokesman. The Blaze broke out about . On the Sevin insecticide unit where Holdren was an operator. No one injured in the fire although several employees were in the area. Thieu was approved by the unit was in the process of tenure. The1 time of the the spokesman said chemicals flowing through the pipes "however., some Hare still contained chemical the spokesman added. The company doctor. Arrived it the scene within minutes after the Accident but was already dead. A fire unit from the battled the Blaze for about an Lour but the spokesman said it was never really out of control. The cause of the fire remains a mystery according company. An investigation now underway Holdren had been employed at Institute since february afer returning from file West Holdren was a native of a Ian attended schools in Kirgis Ori and served a tour in the Jarine corps. He is survived by wife Abe Holdren and children Kent and Carrie. Pauley funeral Home in Nitro. Viet Assembly bows to Junta Saigon

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