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Boston Mayor Says Ford Inflames Res/stance To Jnfegraf/'on BOSTON (AP) -- Mayor Ke- vin H. White said Thursday that President Ford has flamed resistance to in- quickly said there will be noj Hushen turned aside ques- federal help at present. itions about White's character- "There is no reason to sendiization of Ford's remarks. Ear- in- federal marshals." said Deputy;licr, Press Secretary Ron Nes- Plans for the second phase of and the National Guard if the,bruises but were rot seriously Boston school integration arclcity needs more help. injured, officials said. being drawn up by the schooll But at his news conference,! Authorities said the girls department. jWhite said, "I will not at anyjwere rescued by players on the tegration. White refused to ac- cept any new busing plans untiljjohn Kushcn. "The mainlc-: thoughts" about Ford's re-leria that federal assistance is-the streets of my city. If I anvtcam. The 25-mcmber team the federal government pro-|nance of law and order in Bos-jmarks, and stated that Ford i justified only when a condition'ordered, I will not deploy it. Ijwas practicing nearby when tects school children. iton Is the job first of city au-!"does not consider his answeriof riot and rebellion exists in|will not use suburban policeisaw the attack and rushed to Meanwhile, sporadic violcncelthoritics and secondly of state'in any way to give aid and our streets and when local au- forces in my city. I think, withjthe girls' aid. continued in a black neighbor-;atilhorities." jcomforl" to busing opponents, jthority has collapsed." ;due respect to both agencies, At Codman Square, hood as schools completed their j On Wednesday, President' For the first time Thursday.! In a written statement. White neither is equipped to handle blocks away, police fourth week under an in-Tord said at a news conference 4:0 state and metropolitan po-'charged that Ford was "taunt- the delicacies and intracacies away black youths who were plan ordered by a that busing "was not the best lice patrolled the streets and ing" Boston into "becoming an-'of this type of situation." [stoning passing U.S. District Court judge. - · -. - - -- _ . . . _ . . . _ .. ,, White said he would not coop- crate with a more extensive in- tegration program scheduled to Ford "encouraged false hopes j tered. least tion In from have ;money White House Press Sccretaryjscn said "there are no second] White said, "I'reject the cri-jtime put National Guards into,schoo!'s integrated football'Up " nm ' ' " ' '" ·'-·-" -' ' i-,._j.- _- . n--^ r . j - _ _ , . . _ n . _ _.---·- .r ..... rr -r . _ » rru. ^ i . contributon would t-.., iC» v ! ij chased and Mrceis and 111^; DU.MUII imu UKtomiiit; iii-.ui im. t-n'v n BIIIKIIUJII. laimim.s ijnaoiug L = I J . . . , - Boston, thelolher Little Rock." President: Garrity turned down the rc-l Three black teen-agers were';?'" c! " c amounl . solution to quality education in schools of South Boston." jwhite neighborhood where re-JDwight D. Eisenhower calledjquest for 125 U.S. marshals!arrested for trespassing at With that remark, White snidjsislance to integration has cen-'National Guardsmen and para-laftcr a Justice DepartmentjEnglish High in Roxbury when troopers into that Arkansas cityjlawyer said Washington prob. begin next September unless!and fanned the flames of resist-' White called in the troopers.to oversee school integration in ably would not aliow it. the fedcrcl government spells'anee that will almost inevitahlyjon the orders of Judge W. Ar-|ia57. out when it will call in troops:lead to further disruption in thur Garrity Jr., who ordered! On they tried to walk into the school after it was cleared for Outside Dorchester High a false fire alarm. Wednesday. G a r r i t y School on Thursday, two whitej School officials reported and nisrshals and unless itBoslon and will endanger the the plan that required the bus-iturned down White's requestgirls were beaten by a gang o f j w i d e school attendance helps pay for police protection. Isafely of our school children in ing of 18,200 children when for marshals and told the may-|blacks, authorities said. They day at 65 per cent, However, the White Houseithe process." [schools opened Sept. 12. lor to call in suburban police [were hospitalized with multiple with 60 per cent on Wednesday. U.S. for be for tion

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  1. The Cumberland News,
  2. 11 Oct 1974, Fri,
  3. Page 1

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