The Lawton Constitution from Lawton, Oklahoma on August 27, 1963 · Page 10
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10 THE LAWTON CONSTITUTION, Tuesday, August 27, 1963 Middle East Border Incidents Major Con By PHIL SEWSOM UPl Foreign News Analyst In the trigger-quick emotional state which is habitual in the Middle East, any Ions drawn-out series of border incidents between Arabs and Israelis could j be the beginning ol a major conflict. And that explains why both the United Nations forces in the Middle East and the U.N. Security Council in New York are moving as quickly as possible lo halt the latest series ol incidents along the. Israeli border with .Syria .and Jordan. flie Israelis have accused Syria ol climaxing a gressive acts with series ol ag- the ambush slaying ol the two 19-year-old Is- raeli farmers returning Irom work near the Sea of Galilee. The Syrians have denied that such aji incident even took place and have accused Israel of sending armored cars into the demilitarized zone north of the Sea of Galilee to shell Syrian defensive positions. Thus both are .atlempLinR to establish which to sion from the United Nations. Although uie Israelis have legal positions win a favorable from dec:- Senate Spins Whee On Rails Strike Ban WASHINGTON (AP)--The Senate appeared today to be spinning its wheels on legislation to avert a nationwide railroad strike port. Bui the track was lar frcm clear, Sen. Wayne Morse, D-Ore., announced that if the Senate ieaders Thursday and leaders doubled ihe I intended to rush Ihe bill through A PET-LOVING FAMILY. This is the family of Ed Pruitt, a Kansas City contractor who was arrested after a dispute with wildlife agents. Pruitt is charged with threatening officers when they sought to search Pruitt's home for any wildlife after son Bill, 19, was arrested for having a pet skunk, Pruitt is at right, holding Smokey Joe. a crow. Arinette, 6, holds Pablo, a poodle. In center, George 14, holds kitten Muffin. Mrs. Pruitt is at left, and Bill, 19, stands in rear. (AP Wirephoto) COULDN'T T(R STOPPED DECATUR, Ga. (UPl) - A | shotpun-carryins bandit robbed a | branch of the Citizens and South-] rrn Bank of 519,000 Monday and | escaped, although an alarm siren j sounded while the robbery was in · progress, a hidden* camera took pictures of him and. a teller man-: need to slip a time-delay smoke , capsule in the money baE- ' NEAKXKSS NO HELP SAN ANTONIO, Tex. ( U P l ) - ILLITERACY LN'CREASBS MEXICO CITY (AP)--Illiteracy has decreased by 20 per cent in i * l ^ a ^TM oIt l K 0 "^''t* "7 Mexico since a conceited effort to | sura VT Co. In dowmoii-n San An- , correa the problem was launched \ tonio, right across Ihe strain 1mm 19 years ago, officials report. B u t : the fire station, ihe education minister, Jaime Tor- j -^^^^^^^^ rest, emphasizes much remains t o ; " emergency measure could be passed in time. Although there was speculation Die railroads would withhold strike-Lrigserinjt new work rules it Congress appeared to be on ihe verge of passing legislation, a railroad spokesman said no. E. J. U'oltc. chief negotiator for Ihe carriers, said on Monday they definitely would not jrant an ex- lenstion of their deadline, 12:01 a.m. Thursday. During ilie lonj; Senate dcb;i:e Monday, there were mutterinss lor less talk and .-nore action. "When are we soing to siai't voting?" demanded Sen. Norris Cotton, P.-N.H. "We can't settle this iliinc on hoi air." Sen Warren G, MiiRnuson. floor manager lor a bill approved by Lite Senate Commerce Commiiee which he heads, said he thought their could be general agreement on a measure ioni^hi, although passage nii^hl be delayed beyond ihe deadline. To movr ihinss. Magnuson. D-Wash.. said he would be w i l l i n g lo ac'fepl a more litniieri arbitration b i l l approval Mondny by Ihe House Commerce Committee. The House hopes 10 vote on iliis bill Wednesday. An amendment was offered lo bring the Senate bill inLo line u'ilh the House measure amid indications it was picking up sup- "I serve notice they will not sue- ceed." Morcc favors a modification o( President Kennedy's proposal .'or j settling the dispute by turning it over t o Hie Inierslale Commerce | Commission, That plan was re- j jccled by the Commerce Committee, i Afler a caucus. Assistant Senate Democratic Leader Hubert i-i. Humphrey said he Lhouglil a vole would be taker today but "it all depends on Sen. Morse." The House bill which is drawing favor would require binding arbitration of Ihe two manpower issues in dispute--the makeup and size of train crews and the elimination of some 7i2.COO jobs of lire- men on dicscl locomotives. It would leave oilier work rules, covering wages and a variety of other issues, lo collective bargaining. Tlip Senale bill provides not only for arbitration of Ihe manpower issues but also of the other issues j if they have not been resolved j w i t h i n 30 days a f l e r the board's, decision in Iho dispute over firo-: men and train LTPWS. j There are oilier proposals, loo. ' Son. Jacob K. Javiis. P.-N.Y.. has proposed an a m e n d m e n t providing for government seizure of Ihe railroads. lought the Arabs twice and came out on top both times, they have had lo lace conlinued Arab hostility, ·' On die other side, among the I suspicions and intrigue which j l e a r at Arab nations, a single unifying factor has been a common hatred lor Israel. * And this makes interesting a somewhat cynical view held by French sources with long experience ir. the Middle East' and \ dose ties to Israel. : This vieiv places die responsibility on Syria but holds it is more from a desire to put Egyptian President Carnal Abdel Nasser on an uncomfortable spot rather than ciny desire to stir up a major fight with Israel. Thevelore the French discount the possibility ol a major conflict." The reasoning goes back lo the now defunct plan to join Syria, Iraq and Egypt in an expanded United Arab Republic. 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