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The Index-Journal from Greenwood, South Carolina • Page 8

The Index-Journali
Greenwood, South Carolina
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Index-Journal, Greenwood, S. June 17, 1969 'Coni'i Eiued jv.Vio i I BALTIMORE, Md, (AP) A historian who codirected a federal study of violence in America believes that "continued vio said in an Interview with the Baltimore Evening The historian said the. 4 is lot of input for friction" "in American society because of groups such 3 lor ur.ior.s and racial rf-fnerllL Graham said Its Uhcs some reassurance, from tl.e fact that the nation has been able to live with violence for such a long time. rrc and "the traJi-" from frontier days, bcl.evcs the tradition cf violence abo has been reinforced by an acceptance In the pkst of violent actions taken by imits of government against AlJhcirnh the United States ranked 21th out of 114 countries surveyed in the ratd of civil strife, it has a low disorder death rate and a stable government. "On the other hand, black and ituJcnt violence is S3 jented, there is no way to guc what will happen," GrchiU said.

t' "When the black pre3suri coircor boils, It triggers a wbji pressure cooker." 1 lence is something we can look economic and social mobpyj ioruke itor competition among racial "We, are a pluralistic societv with group frictions. We are also an affluent and liberal society with a helluva lot of tur Arab Shelling Kills American TEL AVIV (AP) A2S-yeawld woman tourist from New, was killed by shellfire on the Israeli-Jordanian border Eoday and another American tourist was wounded, Israeli vSrtnrjr soora 'reported The dead woman was identified by an Army spokesman as Anderson. The wounded was ident'fled as Helen 'Bernard, 27, also Of New York City D2stroyesJ Deck Olficcr Rcffusos To Testify moil for a lone time," said Dr. Hugh Davis Graham, a Johns Hopkins University history pro- SUBIC BAY, Philippines Lt Frederick Tilton. XL 1 .1 itm riniiinffii win do iem lessor.

over to its two legal counsels. Under U.S. military regula said Ramsey decided not to tes U. (J.g.) Ronald C. Ramsey, filgner aumoriuca uio umivi, pected of negligence hazarding Graham was codirector with deck officer of the U.S.

destroy-. tions governing American wit Dr, Ted Robert Gurr of Prince States and Australia, where iu sequent investigations or court! martial may be held. tify because he had been denied access to testimony from previous witnesses, refused the nesses, Ramsey may decline to Toobt va uio The board has no punitive ton University of the report is er Frank E. Evans on the flight she was sliced in half bv th4 Armstrong Ready For Moon sued in early June by the Na- Australian aircraft carrier Mel Ramsey, of Long Beach, Calif, was identified by a fellow of bourne, declined to testify todav uuuai vuiwuiasiun un me Causes and Prevention of Vio before the investigating board lence; right to cross-examine witnesses and refused the right to recall witnesses. The lawyer said Ramsey's request to be permanently excused was "based not on what ficer as the one who gave the order that turned the Evans In and to be permanently The report concluded that excused from the hearings.

Americans a bloody minded people both in action and Ramsey, 24, who has been ad reaction." we know, but what we don't 'It would be astonishing to vised he is "suspected of negligence" in the collision, claimed his constitutional rights had been violated. His attorney, front of the Melbourne during war games in the South China Sea June 3. The destroyer was cut In two and 74 Evans crewmen were killed, Both Ramsey and another Evans officer, Lt. (J James A. Hopson, have been advised know and must know." The Joint U.S.-Australian HAMPTON PLACE SHOPPING CENTER me if American "society were any different," Graham, 32, board recessed to consider bis request and a spokesman later said the matter had been turned Sraii Join: NOW OPEN SPACE CENTER," Houston Armstrong flew the lunar (AP) Neil A.

Armstrong, landing training vehicle IXTV Snt JSuS? 1 ilv three times Monday-MCh toe mission, has completed a se- ries of flights; in a landing reaching 300 feet trainer and says he feels before practicing the powered ready to try the touchdown descent he'll use next month on the moon. to reach the moon's surface. Communist Conf ererico Ends 1 1 1 (AP) The Kremlin's conference of Commu-' hist parties ended today with 69 of the 75 assembled parties Signing a general policy document, Communist sources ') A 1 1 i There was no immediate official announcement of the end Of the meeting, the names of the signing delegations or the text of the document. i iProRuians Hit Liberal Czechs fi' PRAGUE (AP) -the Czech Communist party today announced a campaign to divide and conquer "right-wing" reformists who oppose the pro-Soviet line of the nation's present leaders. i' In a statement published In today's newspapers, the party oureau for Czechoslovakia's non-Slovak regions admitted that "liberal veiws had "influenced a rather large section of the population, including Communists, and the party' activists had succumbed to them also." "Britain Bids For Market Seat 24 HOUR MiSCRIPTIOn SIRVICI 22W5ii irrrts-sir-AYS HOLIDAYS FQCC DCLIVGRY SCRVICG FRII FARKINO ORIINVOOD'S MOST COMPlltl DRUO STbRI Greenwood fAachino Works General Public end Industrial Machine Shop Work, Heli-arec Welding and Fabrication.

Central Ave. (Behind Roseland Inn) Phone 223-3777 All Work Guaranteed Night Phone 22M00J GATLINBURG, Tenn, (AP) watching them play nearby. Army- Special Forces "Green many of them, veterans Martin said Dennis "hadn't been out of sight" more five minutes when he became concerned and ran down the of the Vietnam jungles, attacked the thlckJy-forested-Great Smoky Mountains, slopes-hear here to trail yelling for the lad and attempting to find him. day 'as they joined nearly 200 other volunteers in the search for a missing seven-year-old boy. Little 'Dennis Martin disap peared Saturday while on a hi ing trio "with' his father, Knox.

ville architect William C. Mar tin, and the boy's grandfather England (AP) ana brotner. I Britain is summoning home Minister Harold Wilson signaled President-elect Georges Pompidou of France that Britain is ready to begin the process of The Army men, called In after the steep trails became so rain- HOT drenched and rutted by jeeps British French reconcuiauon. London hopes Charles de Gaulle's successor will remove that all vehicles were barred, envoys from key continental countries to appraise policy and tactics for a new bid to win eatry Into the European Common Market, informants said today. the move came after Prime are specially trained in survival ana nrsi aia.

adoui joinea ine the French veto on British en try. massive search this morning. and others may be committed later. Four Women Feared Drowned WEATHER'S FINE for Meanwhile, a park spokesman said he felt sure the boy would Iors. In Greenville County.

SPARTANBURG (AP) -Four be found. "He may be a little worse for the wear after being Durham, visibly shaken, identified two of the missing per women are feared drowned after: their outboard motorboat out in tne open so long, but I'm confident we'll find him." sons as Mary Helen Snoddy and Dorothy Bivens, both about 20, and of Taylors. He said he knew One veteran ranger said others fishing swimming, capsized at Berry's Pond 12 miles north of Spartanburg. A fifth person in the boat survived. He was Identified as Jonah Lee Durham 30, of Tay- the other two.

also women, only have survived for more than five days in wilds of the by their nicknames, and they Smokies with no food and in aiao were irora xayiora. camping, golf ing worse Temperatures 1 have not been extreme, but rain boating, picnicing. and fog have kept helicopter crews from being effective in searching. AUCTION- cutting watermolon 1 The boy's unshaven 1 3 and obviously tired from walk making home made ice crdam; ing the rugged terrain with other SALE searchers, said he rinds the epi sode nearly unbelievable. i.

and eating com on the cob: "It's lust like a dream." he said as he clambered through Fridoy flight, Junt 20th 7:30 p.m. but the underbrush. "A kid can dis appear for 25 minutes, but for two days it's lust like a mm dream." The youngster, clad only In a light shirt and shorts, was reported missing when he. failed GROCERIES EQUIPMENT John B. Whitt Store, 307 Woller '77" back of Rhodes, Greenwood, S.C.

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