Pacific Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Jul 18 1967, Page 23

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Pacific Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - July 18, 1967, Tokyo, Japan Miami Beauty is named miss universe Miami Sylvia Hitchcock of a student at the University of Ala was chosen saturday night As miss universe the 21yearold Brunette with a figure was the fourth representative of the United states to win the Bright Crown symbolizing the Best of Universal Sylvias parents and her brother were in audience when miss universe mar Gareta Arvidsson of removed her Crown and put it on her the winners airman Ralph was Given special leave from his air Force base in Okinawa to its hard to believe your Little sister is miss Hitchcock but i knew All the time she would miss Mariela Perez was first other finalists in order of finish were miss Jennifer Lewis miss Ritva Hel Ena Lento and miss Batya miss 19yearold Lena was chosen miss Amity by the other con the Blu eyed Brunette is a Public relations officer in the finalists were selected from among 15 beauties who were chosen after Competition in which All contestants wore costumes symbolic of their native each of the 56 entrants paraded on the Long runway at Miami Beach auditorium before the semifinalists were an loudest applause and cheers went to miss miss a private in the israeli army who was Given leave to attend the miss universe strike hits continued from Page 1 Rise to 80 per cent by noon Mon said would be a virtual nationwide at he other modes of transport could possibly handle ten per cent of Normal rail ship but he does not expect them to carry even that the new Eri Lackawanna and new York Central railroads announced they would suspend All operations at most major Western railroads already were shut most lines carrying commuters into new York City were suspending the biggest of the new York commuter the Long is will but it warned its riders they would have to legion to hear Meany Boston a George president of the Al will deliver a major address to the american legions National convention in Boston on use outlying stations instead of the usual terminal at Pennsyl Vania Chicago and Phil Adelphia expect big defense Secretary Robert Mcnamara said the strike will immediately effect movement of ammunition and heavy equip ment to ports of embarkation for Vietnam and also affect the movement of supplies and materials necessary for production to support the the Post office department says it has put into effect a Gen eral embargo on third and fourth class mail when addressed to destinations More than 150 Miles from the mailing second class is mainly newspapers and magazines third class is mostly direct mail advertising and fourth class is parcel National guardsmen in an armoured personnel Carrier Man a Road Block in sunday mob kills policeman White policeman was beaten and stomped to death sunday night by one of several gangs who roamed this suburban cites negro District looting and a negroes said the officer was mobbed after a negro boy was it was really said David a negro reporter for the Plainfield courier he was felled by a shot and the youngsters went they got shopping carts and threw them on they beat him and stomped police said a boy was shot but that they did not yet know specific circumstances of the police reinforcements were called from surrounding towns in this City of people 18 Miles Southwest of a radio photo troops and police kept their eyes on windows and roofs looking for wipers in Newark continued from Page 1 and behind hundreds of volunteers recruited by a Citi Zens committee prepared to re turn to the riot area with a plea to negroes to play it Cool and help build for a better some 400 wearing chartreuse spread this message saturday mayor Hugh who appeared with Hughes on Tele said More guns and am munition were being moved in Here in some he said police were spot checking cars arriving in Hughes and Addonizio said the main problem was the hardcore but Hughes said he still saw no need for the Federal marshals offered by vice presi Dent Humphrey and other High officials because manpower alone could not rout the the governor offered to Par Don any accused Ritter who helped to capture i regard a human he As More important than the breaking of windows and the As bad As that Hughes first extended the offer at a news conference at which he condemned the killer of fire Michael he said maximum charges would be filed against anyone suspected of the most Despic Able crime of sniping in which Little children have been ten Square Miles of this City of remained cordoned off by barbed wire and barricades sunday in an Effort to contain the breakout at the zoo Louis in mates at the Louis zoo Are taking it on the Lam because they dont like institution zoo officials said that the demoiselle and crowned cranes jump the zoo apparently to catch insects in the surrounding Fri arrests 2 on most wanted list weather Usan weather Central Tokyo area monday night partly Cloudy Low High 70s tuesday fair High Low 90s temperatures july u Hong Kansas 24 Pacific stars stripes july 1967 Victor Bono continued from Page 1 the but it misfired and the two men promptly were grabbed by the Fri had no comment on this special agent Wesley Grapp said the Fri Learned Early sunday that the two wanted men were holed up in the White Frame we rushed men to the scene and quietly evacuated 40 Resi dents of the building and five persons in a building next Grapp before we halted All foot and Auto traffic and waited until the Sun he with Grapp he called twice to the two fugitives Over a ordering them to we got no said the and so we shot in the Gas while the tear Gas began to take Grapp called instructing Bono and Mationg to emerge one at a time from the Bono backed out weep ing and said Mationg showing less Bono and Mationg were sought on Federal murder warrants for the deaths of Bor Der patrol officers George air and Theodore two other men sought in the and his Alfred Arthur Mon arrested earlier in and taken to officials said the two Border patrolmen were killed after they stumbled onto what May be one of the biggest narcotics smuggling operations in califor Nia Florencio Mationg

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