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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - August 20, 1967, Darmstadt, HesseBail set at .vjr,.000 rap Brown seized on gun charge new York a h. Rap Brown militant Black Power Leader was held in $25,000 Bailon a Federal firearm charge sat urday and his lawyer called the High bail a political Man Euver that makes this a political was arrested Early sat urday As he left a Friend s Man Hattan apartment. He was accused of carrying a carbine on airline flights Between new York and new Orleans in Viola Tion of a Federal Law which makes it illegal for anyone under indictment to transport a firearm across state , chairman of the Stu Dent nonviolent coordinating committee is under indictment in Maryland on charges of arson rioting and inciting to riot. The political crime charge was made by his attorney Wil Liam Kunshier at Brown s arraignment before . Commissioner Earl n. . . Atty. Stephen e. Kaufman called the charges unfounded and said the High bail was requested because of the seriousness of the charge. He said the government would be derelict if it did not seek sub Stantial bail. Brown was brought to the Federal court House in Down town Manhattan from the fed eral House of detention where he had been held since his arrest. About a dozen of Brown friends watched quietly during the arraignment. They shouted words of encouragement As Brown left presumably to be returned to the House of detention. The charge against him under Section 902e of the Feder Al firearms act carries a maximum penalty of five years Inin jail and a $2,000 Fine. When Bishopp read the charge which called him Hub Ert Geroid Brown the defendant interrupted the commissioner and said rap Brown is Bishopp made the change on the papers. Kunshier told newsmen on the courthouse Steps he did not know if Brown could raise his said the High bail was part of an attempt to put him under wraps and said the first move is to file a Hareas h. Rap Brown. Federal Case the. Stars and unofficial newspaper of . Forces in Europe North Africa and the Middle East vol. 26, no. 124 if 21855 a 5 daily 10 sunday sunday August 20, 1967 0 teacher strikes peril 3 major . Cities grounds for giggling Karrieann Kyle of Springfield 111., gets one of the happiest chuckles of her la month old life out of a toe tickling from the Tongue of a charolais steer at the Fairgrounds in Springfield. Illinois state up photo slum school improvement is demanded Washington a teachers intend to keep classes from starting next month in new York Detroit and Baltimore unless their demands Are met for Bette pay and improved slum schools the president of the american federation of teachers said Friday. The president of the nation wide Afl-c10 teachers Union Charles Cogen said at a new conference it is very very questionable whether school sin the three cities will open. Teachers in All three cities Are demanding breakthroughs in efforts to improve the level of education in the slums Cogen said adding teachers Are not willing to go Back in september in these cities unless smaller classes More special teachers and coun seling services Are made available to make teaching More of new York City he said teachers for the first time reusing on a citywide basis the weapon of mass said the cite teachers Union front on Page 24 ool dad admits causing death of 5 at farm St. Cloud Minn. Up Stearns county sheriff Peter Lahr said saturday that Farmer David Hoskins had admitted shooting his wife Friday and the setting fire to the Home where she and his four children . Said Hoskins had signed a statement saying that he shot his wife with a .22-caliber Rifle set fire to the Home and then shot himself with the Rifle. However Hoskins claimed the burning deaths of his children Coni on Page got 1 beats Lias Coupon fad card Sharp taps Tiger by the Tail Pittsburgh a. A John Tumpson started out the summer driving a cab to earn Little Money and wound up with a Tiger by the Tail. Tumpson said Friday he cracked a Gas station Giveaway game but can t get paid forwards he says Are Worth $20,000. Esso stations in Pittsburg have stopped their Giveaway which had customers scratching Little cards to uncover Tiger Heads and s Parent firm Humble Oil and refining co., Sai Tumpson had nothing to do with the halt in the , Law student Tumpson 25, carries a Brief Case bulging with 3,000 cards he says Are winners. He s trying to find someone to Send them in. He says the company won t redeem the cards for is keeping his secret to himself. There Are certain Basic Lawson physics and chemistry he says. I use a principle that an High school student could use. And in fact a 13-year-old Boyhas been helping the game started in Pitts Burgh five weeks ago to meet the Competition from other Gas vendors who Are cashing in on the latest fad in Gas peddling. Weather partly Cloudy to Cloudy with intermittent Light rain. Little change monday Frank Furt Heidelberg High 75, Low 55. Tempera Tures recorded saturday get 4 44 4 am pm73 91 Adana c 77 90 Athens p 82 Aviano c 70 Berlin cd 72 Frankfurt 64 London p 64 55 50 59 am pm f 9 93 Madrid p 54 75 Munich p 72 Paris f 59 Prestwick p 82 Rome p 86 wheelus c a Clear rain. Cd Cloudy p partly Cloudy r 2nd weather Wing it s played with a Wallet sized card that contains 20 circles the size of a dime. Underneath a Grey film Over each Circle is a picture of a Tiger head or Tail. Scratching off 15 consecutive tails or three straight Heads can win $5, $25 or $50. Depending on the value of the card. Tumpson says after he Fig ured out a system he warned the company he could cripple the contest. Lie offered to make a Deal but without Success he says. Tumpson says he has not Cunt on a / Del. I

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