Pacific Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Aug 21 1967, Page 23

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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - August 21, 1967, Tokyo, Japan Anti Mao mobs Hong Cong anti Mao ele ments in red chivas Keichow province kidnapped top provincial attacked military units and burned College buildings earlier this a red chinese radio report revealed saturday Keichow in a broadcast from the provincial capital of vividly described the rampage of rebellious elements apparently led by students of the Kwei Chow technological new violent were also reported in Home province of nationalist chinese president Chiang Chekian in a Broad cast from the provincial capital of told of a new anti Mao outburst at a port City 100 Miles from the a Tonali Sheld Matsu Blaze continued from Page 1 unofficial company source said the damage had already exceeded million by noon Satur the first storage tank exploded just after the fire started at the Calex Oil the Sec Ond exploded 13 hours the earthshaking explosions spewed torrents of flaming fuel Over the More than 400 fire fighters tried to bring the fire under most of the firemen injured in the Blaze were treated for smoke inhalation and exhaust and released from the hos a truck Driver employed by the Oil company was hospitalized with a Calex spokesman said there might be Little Choice but to let the fire visible for Miles around the area Burn itself this would take up to a the spokesman since there is much fuel that still Hast burned in the other Bill would ease citizenship test Washington up Ralph has filed a Bill to ease citizenship requirements for older persons who have resided in the United states at least 20 the Bill would exempt persons so and older from the English language requirement if they meet All other he called the English requirements an unnecessary Barrier to Many older persons who want to become Yarborough estimated in a statement accompanying his Bill the legislation would affect about older contest continued from Page 1 ured out a he warned the company he could cripple the he offered to make a but without he Tumpson says he has not collected any Money from the we have a big says and weve got everybody collecting frat he says the first couple of times he tent into a station to ask for a card without buying any Gas he admitted he was a Little squeamish but after a while i didst Humble issued a statement saying it will redeem any legitimate regional Branch manager James Ramsey said Tumpson Hast submitted any cards in his but that could be because Tumpson has so much Ive had Many Calls from veterans and so who offered to have their members Send them he Lincoln Lynch associate director of the Congress of racial and president of the Bogalusa voters Anarch under a police guard As they near Baton a radio photo Brown King shuns lbs up Martin Luther King Long a supporter of president Johnsons civil rights announced Friday he will not support John son in 1968 because of his Viet Nam continued from Page 1 a boarding agent asked him if he was carrying a according to the Brown said he was and turned the weapon Over to the agent for transportation on his flight from new Orleans to new Section 902e of the under which Brown was carries a maximum penalty of five years in prison and a in about 130 negroes walked seven Miles through a driving rain to com plete the next Olast leg of a 100mile protest March from Bogalusa to Baton the marchers and the Kun flux klan had rallies scheduled later saturday and on the Steps of the capital the klan was to arrive at the state House 30 minutes after the negroes were to the state troopers Al guardsmen stood by but there were no Urban league Fly of67 negro a negro family whose life has been a successful struggle for Educa Tion will receive an award Sun Day As the National Urban leagues family of the the presentation to and Asa Brock of will be made by William Trent of new general chairman of the Urban league Scott to nato Washington Richard com mandant of cadets at the military West is being assigned to natos Central Europe head quarters the army an conference which opens that it is an annual made to negro parents who have Over come obstacles and achieved Success in raising a family through hard work and deter among the Brocks obstacles was Lack of and among their successes was sending their four daughters to their daughters Are Earl Mother of twin now Back in for a degree in speech therapy Walter Mother of three teaching sixth Grade mathematics in la Clarence Mother to three a Kinder Garten teacher in Portland and Beverly Mother of one teaching in a Portland elementary Senate continued from Page 1 support such a commitment still there appears to be no likelihood that any attempt will be made to put into operation the machinery noted by John son at his news conference Fri Day that is available any time Congress wants to rescind its 1964 Johnson noted the 1964 Resolution can be rescinded by a simple majority vote in Congress without his a Strom r John d and Paul r said the president was not doing enough to Mcclellan and George said the bombing of the North should have been expanded two years but Frank a presidential policy said he was disappointed there had been no re 24 Pacific stars stripes 1967 cent bombing Lull to try to get negotiations to Mike Allen d Lister John and Ever Ett the presi Dent had More information than anybody else and was in a bet Ter position to judge what should be Edward d said he supported the nature of our commitment in but i have reservations about aspects of the administrations he for example in for a bombing in for negotiations with the nil Viet i have reservations about the troop i think the other asian nations should be helping us George said Johnsons policies have left us in the same position we were three years ago still fighting in the same the bombing escalation will do no Charles r said Johnsons policy of escalating the War has Only in on support for lbs creased the resistance of the opposition and led to greater casualties among american to bring the War toward the Border of China runs the risk of provoking the chinese to entering the Edward r said he was discouraged by the Way the War had been going but he put great store in the Vietnam i stand practically where i did in March when i said that i reluctantly support our present military position in he after the government is i would Hope there would be negotiations with the left and with John made his reply to the canvass question do you generally approve or disapprove of presi Dent Johnsons conduct of the Vietnam War the occasion to announce he was leaving the ranks of those who approved to join those who he attacked what he called the presidents continuing and apparently open ended policy of gradualism in the War and said it amounted to a never win but Russell d assistant majority who described himself As More of a Hawk than the said he was standing behind it seems to me that we Are in this War and have no Choice but to try and win he John who remains classed As a said there is still no clearcut policy which allows the military to use their forces most effectively and to strike at the ene my with a Well executed plan to defeat or Force him to the peace table i think it is bad policy for us to keep sending More and More men to War in South Vietnam while we fail to do All we can and should be doing in bombing North s i m i 1 a r 1 James said we ought to do what is necessary to end the ability of North Vietnam to destroy their food production and their military Stokely in Hanoi Miami up Carr the controversial advocate of Black has Arr Rived in communist Cuba announced weather Usan weather Central Tokyo area sunday night partly Cloudy Low Low 70s monday partly Cloudy High High temperatures August 19 h l my Tokyo 91 72 Taipei 91 81 Chitose 86 75 Manila 77 72 Ita Zuke 89 73 Guam 86 75 Seoul 81 71 Saigon 91 77 Naha 87 77 Bangkok 90 76 Des fort Hong Kansas Las

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