The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on June 2, 1969 · Page 8
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Monday, Jun* 2, 1969 CHANGING SKYLINE of Tokyo makes an imposing backdrop for the busy harbor. Buildings in the world's largest city for years hugged the ground because of earthquake danger hut recently have begun to reach toward the sky. World Trade Center, left, will be the city's tallest when completed this year, four stories higher than the current record holder, the 36-story Kasum igasekl building at right. ENJAY PAINTS Are Back in Town Has Them tV» Market 4TJ-17O Land Grand Claimant Plans Burger Arrest ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — New Mexico's flamboyant Spanish land grant claimant, Keis Ixipez Tijerina, said he plans to make a citizens' arrest Tuesday of Warren E. Burger, the nominee for U.S. chief justice. Tijerina, whose followers claim ownership of thousands of acres of northern New Mexico, said he would make the arrest because of Berger's ''conspiracy to violate the civil rights of the poor" while serving as a WILL BE BACK JUNE Uth ROY HALL GARAGE 1002 North Commerce Phone 427-4225 U.S. Circuit Court Judge. Tijerma issued a signed state- rnent in Albuquerque in which he said he will attend Senate confirmation hearings for Bur- ;er in Washington and make the arrest. ''I am hoping that he will not resist," Tijerina said, "so that he can be an example to all the public, who is every day subject to arrest. "No man is above the law." Tijerina, a 42-year-old former cotton picker who came to New Mexico several years ago from Texas, surprised law officers when he and a group of arrned followers invaded the sleepy northern New Mexico mountain village of Tierra Aniarilla in June 19<)7. They took over the village and the courthouse, where several of Tijerina's followers were being arraigned on charges from an earlier incident. Tijerina was acquitted of several charges resulting from the raid during a trial last December. He used as his basic defense the argument that he came to Tierra Amarilla to make a citizens' arrest of the district attorney. SOVIET ENTRY IN SUPERSONIC SWEEPSTAKES ?S?'^''S\^fS: : ';S3^W^ : ' ! i% Four nations—Britain, France, the Soviet Union and the United States— -are after the air travel market with differing versions of the plane of the future—the supersonic airliner. The Anglo-French plane, the Concorde, flew for the first time lote last year. Now the Soviets have unveiled their entry, the TU-144. The American plane, dubbed the SST, is still on the drawing boards. Left, with needle-nosed cockpit in "droop" position for better flying visibility, the Soviet plane circles Moscow's Sheremetyevo Airport Below, babushka-topped stewardesses frame the sleek speedster and show off the somewhat cramped but still comfortable cabin designed to carry 120 passengers at speeds up to twice that of sound. The TU-144's range is 4,000 miles. 'Z^ NO CERBILS WANTED SANTA FE, N.M. (A P) — 'Beware of gcrbils," says the New Mexico Department of Game and Rsh. They could swarm the state. "The gcrbil is a small, bur- owing rodent, similar in many ways to a hamster." the latest 3ame and Fish news packet says. It explains that the little animals are sometimes sold as pets, but sale in New Mexico is being forbidden. "Their native habitat is similar to many areas of New Mexico," said Bill Huey, chief of game management. "If released, they could no doubt survive and repro- luce in the numbers that have made them pest.s elsewhere." THIS IS FT. SILL, in 1873, looking east /rom the Old Post guardhouse. Geronimo, famed Apache leader, was a prisoner of war at Ft. Sill from 1891 until his death from pneumonia in 1909. He is buried on the post's East Range. Quick Meal Possible In Rio Restaurants RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil (AP) — Speedy steak robbers, armed with slingshots and steel darts, are snatching food from under the customer's nose at several restaurants in downtown Rio. The robbers are boys of 11-18. Shouting and jumping, they rush into restaurants at mealtimes, grab newly served or half-eaten slabs of ham, steak, chicken breasts and bolt out the door. Customers and restaurant proprietors are thrown into confusion by a rain of painful steel darts. The robbers, often barefoot, have an advantage in being skinny. They slip in and around tables with amazing agility while more portly adults trip over chairs and flounder amidst tablecloths attempting to save their steaks. Sometimes as many as 20 youngsters swoop down on a restaurant at one time. Later in the day the boys descend on candy and cake shops and steal any sweets displayed on counter tops. Proprietors have formed vigilante groups to guard store fronts. Many shop owners are putting all cakes and candies behind glass counters. The businessmen dare not punish a boy even if he is caught—for fear that the rest of the band will return later and take revenge by pillaging or setting fire to a store. "These are true gangsters," commented one restaurant owner. RENT A CAR Syctera Of Ford Dnlera COURTESY FORD m-«in CA «-*76l (Houston) Our professional dry cleaning methods do so much more to give your dothes a new-again look. Rely on us to clean all the family's wearables. Fast service. White * Star Laundry & Cleaners "Baytown's Oldest & Largest"-5 Locations To S«rv» You MAIN PLANT SOO S. 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