Chicago Tribune from Chicago, Illinois on August 27, 1967 · 24
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Sunday, August 27, 1967
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24 - Section 1 CHICAGO TRIBUNE, SUNDAY, AUGUST 27, 1S67 'New Politics' Convention to Open Here EXTRA POLICE PUT ON DUTY IN BY CHESLY MANLY thal, New York; Edward R. Approxi ately 2,000 revolu tions and the support of candidates in local elections in 1968. to prepare for national electoral efforts in the congres Roybal, California; and Wil liam F. Ryan, New York. GflESIIAM AREA sional Sections of 1970 and the tionaries from all parts of the United States are expected to gather in Chicago over the Labor day week-end for a convention of the National Conference for New Politics, which is dedicated to the overthrow of Presidential election of 1972. The statement deplored what it described as "an increasingly reactionary response" to the "twin prospect" of "continued stalemate in Viet Nam" and One of the most astonishing achievements of the revolu 9 Youths Arrested at TGie vesftedl sceoi . by KidnmnainiSn La the existing "power structure' "greater violence in the cities." It called for "a national move tionary "new politics" grasp for power in this country is its in this country by "creative Fire Scene ment reconstruction infiltration of the United States Congress. One of its agents, a disorder." ; One example of the ""crea to help reverse the dangerous drift to reaction currently Fifty extra policemen were young man named Paul Timo tive disorder" advocated by the ordered to patrol the troubled thy Gorman, has a room leaders of , this movement is threatening our public life." Seek Mailing Lists 1204A in the Longworth what happened in Detroit Whole sections were destroyed Gresham area last night, after (a fire bomb damaged two 'stores and a woman had been wounded by a sniper Friday House Office building, which On July 6,'- Michael Wood, as effectively as if they had been bombed by enemy aircraft tTRIBUNE Staff Photo Martin Luther King scum, Thursday evening, Aug. convention coordinator of the N. C. N. P., wrote a letter to is an annex to the office of Rep. Robert W. Kastenmeier night. or artillery. Marie Rynyon, in the New Nine youths, arrested near the 31. One question to be debated scene of the early morning fire York office of William F. Pepper, executive director of the at tie convention is whether that caused $9,000 damages to Stokely Carmichael," who attended a communist conference in Havana, threatening the United States with guerrilla N. C. N. P. and its affiliated N. C. N. P., in which he urged groups should run King and her to "beg, borrow, or steal' Dr. Benjamin Spock for President and Vice President on a the mailing lists of the American Civil Liberties Union, the warfare in all its major cities, and then went off to Hanoi, sCii(0)!ia,S:DinigB ' third party ticket in. 1968. is a member of the executive board of the N. C. N. P. National Guardian, SANE, and Ramparts. Robert Scheer, managing editor of Ramparts, The N. C. N. P. steering committee had decided to per is a member of the N. C. N. P. mit a free convention decision Commie Meets Committee Arnold Johnson, public Tela- steering committee, so the mailing list of this publication D., Wis.. Gorman's sponsor, Arthur I. Waskow, a member of the executive board of the N. C. N. P.y is a former administrative assistant to Rep. Kastenmeier. Congressmen Are Listed In a "franked" postage-free letter postmarked Aug. 2, 1967, Gorman wrote to Bob Ross, research director in the Chicago headquarters of the N. C. N. P.: "Waskow thought you might be interested in having a look at this statement issued yesterday by a group of congressmen for whom I work, who have sort of disaffected from the congressional party and the President thru votes against war appropriations and the like." The statement, on the question of running King and Spock on a third party tions director and a member should not be hard to get. of the national board of the Communist party, has been conferring with the steering ticket Preliminary soundings had disclosed majority support in the various components of Wood said it was necessary to expand the mailing list of the N. C. N. P., "a vastly expanding movement that grows more militant daily: the chance to the so-called "new politics" committee of the N. C. N. P. convention, which will be held in the Palmer House from movement for a third party effort in 1968. At the request Tuesday, Aug. 29, thru Monday, get Johnson the ugliest, most two stores at 1300 and 1302 W. 111th st., appeared in' Holiday court yesterday and released on bonds for appearance Sept 14 in South Boys court Youth Posts $250 Bond Eight were charged with disorderly conduct One, Richard Bus, 20, of 1400 W. 110th st, was charged with unlawful use of a weapon and he had to post a $250 bond. Meanwhile, Mrs. Ruby L. Watson, 45, of 1223 W. 110th pL, was being treated in Provident hospital for a bullet wound she suffered when shot by a sniper as she closed her beauty shop at 1307 W. 111th st. Extra police were ordered to duty between 7 p. m. last night and 3 a. m. this morning to stem further violence. Several shots rang out thru the night but no one else was reported injured-Blaze Set by Bomb On Wednesday and Thursday nights, extra police had been called to quell a disturbance near 111th street and Racine avenue and firemen were needed to put out a fire-bomb Sept 4. hated manof our times, the of the Communist party, however, the steering committee reconsidered, the question, at a meeting attended by Johnson The Rev. Martin Luther King real . . . symbol of the horror Vested suits are back on the fashion scene stronger than ever. This year, Richmans offer their version of the vested suit in authentic three button natural shoulder styling ... in clean, crisp hopsack a classic fabric with a new treatment, a finer oxford weave of all-wool worsted. 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