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Tuesday, June 22, 1971
Black killed in racially
troubled Georgia city

Love your neighbor
Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Dayan talks with Jordanians yes-
terday at the Allenby Bridge in occupied Jordan. The Arabs were
crossing the bridge to Israeli held territory on a summer visit plan.
The Liturgy of
Light and Darkness'
(what the light often hides the darkness often
reveals)
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23
9:30 Cpm.
,LUTHERAN STUDENT CENTER, 801 S. Forest

COLUMBUS, Ga. (AP) - A 20
year old black was shot by police
yesterday when he drove through
a roadblock after two holdups
and a series of firebombings, in
Columbus, Ga.
The man, Willie Osborn was
killed as police maintained
heavy patrols after 21 fires Sat-
urday and Sunday which they
claimed were started by arson-
ists.
The fires follow-d a march by
blacks Saturday demanding more
blacks on the ety police force
and a bi-racial citizens police re-
view board.
There are about 300 persons on
the police force, four of whom are
black.
Two black city officials pleaded
for "patience and calm" in a
news conference shortly after the
shooting.
Black leaders, however. sched-
uled a meeting for last night to
consider launching a boyc.tt
against Columbus merchants to
force the city to meet their de-
mands.
Civil Rights leader Hosea Wil-
liams, who led Saturday's march,
called Osborne's death "just
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plain murder", and predicted a
"bloodbath" if city officials fail
to meet black demands "imme-
diately."
Cloture -seen
on draft vote
WASHINGTON tMt - In an ef-
fort to end the prolonged debate
in the Senate over extension of
the Selective Service Act, 24
Senators yesterday launched their
first parliamentary. counterat-
tack on the filibuster that began
May 6.
The two dozen filed a petition
for cloture, a move which will
compel the Senate to vote tomor-
row on ending the debate. The
filibuster is designed to prevent
legislative action on the draft
law before it expires at the end
of the month.
The cloture petition was filed
by Democratic leader Mike Mans-
field of Montana and Republican
leader Hugh Scott of Pennsyl-
vania.
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