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Racial Unrest / Pennsylvania / Ohio #204669

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 22, 1969
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(Studio) 5th day of racial unrest in York, Pennsylvania. 1 killed. Governor Raymond Shafer ordered National Guard to stand by. Report on racial unrest in Ohio.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(Columbus, Ohio) White store owner shot and killed angry black man. Unknown white man killed by sniper. Most violence attributed to young blacks, 150 arrested. Violence within 6 mile area. Governor James Rhodes orders National Guard in, who's visiting astronaut Neil Armstrong's parents. [Safety Director Fred SIMON - says violence created by racists. Asking citizens to stay off sts.] [Mayor M.E. SENSENBRENNER - says we have outstanding Negro population who don't want trouble either. Bad people on both sides of color line.] Curfew and liquor sales ban in effect, Guard mostly on standby.
REPORTER: Murray Fromson

Fromson, Murray;
Reasoner, Harry

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