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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - March 24, 1967, Tokyo, Japan My next step is picketing new York a Union delegates representing new York City policemen have turned Down a new contract offer and voted to begin picketing City police and fire stations within a the action by the patrolmen benevolent association tuesday night followed a similar contract rejection by City the fire fighters Union asked monday for a strike mandate from its Mem the Aba said police would picket during their of duty but would not pad president John Cassese said police would be or dered to follow All rules and regulations to the letter in such things As summons he indicated this would have the effect of bogging Down the beat Pounders of the department in red keeping them from accomplishing Many of their Normal even before the Aba took its mayor John Lindsay declared the contract terms recommended by a fact finding panel were eminently fair and said he did not intend to modify the a strike by the uniformed fire mens association would be the Firstin the history of the Gerald Ryan president of the said strike ballots probably could be returned and tallied in two the deadlock dates Back to last december when policemen tentatively accepted a wage it crease in a two year contract offered by the but firemen rejected under a joint bargaining agree a rejection by one is a rejection by the fac finding panel recently proposed a two year retroactive to last july pro Viding a total wage increase and in pension and welfare Hershey heckled at Howard Washington Lewis director of the selective service was forced off the stage of Howard University Cramton auditorium tuesday night by a group of students shouting America is the Black mans a Hershey had been invited to speak at a pre dominantly negro by project a student committee that sponsors controversial he had just stood up to speak when some 35 students left their seats and began to shout and move to the front of the stage carrying signs emblazoned with their other signs read draft not the topic of Hershey speech was the draft and College Stu he did not get to give the and University officials and guards sets 1976 goal Washington a vice president Hubert Humphrey said tuesday night the United states should set its sights on sweeping social gains by its 200th birthday in he made the statement at a Jabor Union social action Confer ence immediately after conferring for 90 minutes with president Johnson at the White president had return and Only min utes before from his Vietnam con on Humphrey said the nation should Brush aside the pause crowd and the Retreat crowd and forge toward solving such prob lems As and he told his labor audience presi Dent Johnson intends to push his request for a Large increase in social Security noting that the Republican party would attempt to Block i can Tell you we will try to beat if we dont beat them at that we will beat them at the polls in Humphrey to people who say the nation should Stop spending so much on Southeast Asia and spend More on Antipoverty program at the vice president replied i wish we but he considered the problem As much a matter of motivation As Humphrey said the answer to solving the problems of poverty and other social ills is not purely but the of solving the Power of the Rolvaag to get Iceland Post Washington a former Karl Rolvaag of Minne Sota will be nominated to be ambassador to president Johnson announced a was Defeated for reelection last novem the announcement said James a career foreign ser vice officer who is the present ambassador to will be assigned to other 4 Pacific stars stripes March 1967 to n k hurried Hershey off the stage when students began to push the signs into his scattered shouts of encourage ment and applause came from the seated audience of 800 while waiting offstage to see whether he would be Able to Hershey said he did not think the action was indicative of the student body As a on Capitol chairman men Del Rivers of the House armed services commit said that if ant draft student demonstrations College deferments May become a thing of the whose committee will Start hearings on a now draft Law next severely criticized the demonstration at How Ard Rivers told the House the demonstration was arranged by Idi irresponsible and subsidized students and noted that Howard receives much of its financing from Federal he gave what he called fair warning to students at Howard and other universities where there have been similar demonstrations that their actions May result in termination of All student defer sexy dress banned f is this dress too sexy attractive British Singer Shirley Bassey asked the audience at a recent palladium one of Britain top to the crowd but to chiefs in America reportedly she was banned from wearing it on television during a six month tour of the some people complained to the palladium after the the to company up radio photo new tires fail at Federal Bureau study shows Washington up a fed eral official said tuesday that tire inflation Levels recommended by the automotive Industry were too High and could produce blow Robert head of the Bureau of standards evaluation i told Senate Commerce committee 6f a study conducted by a Texas firm which inflated to Grade tires to 32 As recommended by the Auto and tire the firm subjected the tires to recommended loads and ran 1 u n Between 60 and 70 Miles per simulating conditions equivalent to a family car being driven at Turnpike speeds in summer seventeen out of 21 of the tires failed at less than Stieler Stieler said Industry recommendations for tire inflation found in the Glove compartments of new cars Are wrong and should be the hearings were called to de Termine Why the National traffic safety Agency modified 20 safety for1963 i Robert grif Fin told the committee that the Price of new cars might have been pushed up billion in a years time if automakers were forced to adopt stringent safety William a former official of the National traffic safety Agency and now a critic of the replied that the Cost in injury and other losses from Road accidents is billion to billion a you must consider costs on freeze London up Brit Ains labor government said wednesday that its freeze Oti wages and prices must go on for at least another it said it plans to keep limited Reserve Powers to enable it to enforce the freeze even after june Powers it took at the height of the economic trouble last october the decision was announced in a government White it was expected to touch off angry pro tests from the country labor which Are loudly demand ing an end to the compulsory lid on wages and substitution of a purely voluntary restraint system after june the statement said the govern ment will hold talks with the con federation of British Industry and eight million member trades Union Congress before invoking continued compulsory the freeze originally was imposed last july in a crushing min budget designed to take an estimated 500 million pounds billion out of an Economy badly Liburt by a seven weeks maritime strike sagging productivity and skyrocketing wages and at the same the Bank rate was hiked to seven per the governments White paper said this crackdown had consid Erable it noted that exports have advanced strongly and the Trade Gap narrowed and that the nations foreign balance of payments showed a surplus in the fourth Quarter of Assassin thwarted Senegal up a disgruntled government employee wielding an automatic pistol tried to assassinate president Leopold Sedar Senghor wednesday but was tripped and disarmed before he could squeeze the the identified As mus Tapha a Low ranking govern ment lunged at Senghor As the president was driving through the streets after attending celebrations of a moslem feast in Dakar great a passerby tripped to before he could take aim at the 61yearold bodyguards overpowered him and whisked him off to police no Russ mercy for Seaman Moscow up a Leningrad Appeal court wednesday upheld an 18month vicious hooliganism sentence against a 29yearold British Seaman for starting a Drunken Brawl in a soviet wedding John Weatherly had apologized to the Leningrad District Peoples court for bringing disgrace on the British but the court sentenced him Oil March 1 to 18 months in a strict regime labor the Appeal court ruled the charges against Weatherly completely and noted he could have been sentenced to up to five old bombs turn up Italy up workers laying Railroad track wednesday unearthed 15 unexploded bombs dropped by Allied bombers Dur ing world War demolition teams disarmed the weapons each weighing

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