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Greenfield Recorder Gazette and Courier (Newspaper) - October 28, 1969, Greenfield, Massachusetts 254 Greenfield, October 28, 1969 School Final State School Committee voted fiVe to two last night to approve Leyden Rd. as the site of a new 550-pupll elementary committee was considering two the 20-acre Leyden Rd. property owned by Allyn S. and an 11-acre area on Spring Both have been given tentative approval by the state School Building Assistance pending the results of test scheduled discussing the pros and cons of each some committee members Indicated they would prefer locating the new school rather than on the because of Supt. William R. said the administration Is busing 40 per cent of the and continue to unless it was possible to locate a new school just north of the Davis St. school when could fill It with to the these are the relative merits of the two Rd. 20 Terrace 11 to unless further takings made across citizens advisory which has been meeting with the school committee favored the Leyden Rd. Everett said he sees no objection to busing students In view of the fact that 40 per cent are bused Committee members William Hayes and Robert who voted against selection of Leyden both Indicated they would prefer a more central Architect Bernard Dirks said in his professional opinion Leyden Rd. Is the more desirable of the unless the test borings show something that isn't known Wright said the next steps are the a survey and submission to the state for final After that an appraisal must be made and the town counsel will be asked to draw article for the March town to Supt. Wright's William Black of the state bureau has suggested the committee take a view of future school needs In He suggested the committee plan to abandon the Federal St. and Davis St. schools because It would not be economical to put money into them because of their age and Black said the committee would be wise to look around for two more future school committee decided to contact the Urban Renewal Study a group appointed by the and ask them to take Into consideration future school needs when they survey the downtown Move To Get Cigarette Ads Off Air By Next A WORLD BY THEMSELVES Marine Lt. James Geissinger gazes fondly at his laughing 14-month-old as his breaks into tears of joy as they meet on the dock after the amphibious Iwo brought 1,788 Marine veterans of Vietnam Allied forces killed nearly 100 Viet Cong and North Vietnamese in fighting across South Vietnam late Monday and early and U.S. pounded enemy base camps along the Cambodian border north of the U.S. Command reports listed two Americans Although no American dead were a U.S. spokesman said there probably were some killed In small actions not Included In the forces killed 18 enemy In small fights In provinces along the 12 of them in a plash a few miles from Kill Viet raids A cruising helicopter was fired on from the ground and attacked the enemy Air Force joined In and 12 bodies were sighted on the ground the command of the 1st Air Cavalry Division killed six men In a fight 66 miles northwest of the command One American was reported Headquarters reported two clashes Involving U.S. troops patrolling the Saigon River about 27 miles north of Five enemy were reported killed In one fight Monday Than 3,000 U.S. Marines Sail Calif. than 3,000 U.S. Marines have sailed home from Vietnam in two crowded the largest group to return at one time since the Korean It's good to be salute to President a sign painted on a sea bag hanging from the amphibious assault ship Iwo Jima when lt moored Monday at the naval station group of Marines hung a peace symbol painted on a sheet over the side of the assault ship Bexar and gave the peace sign as lt of the 3,164 Marines aboard the Iwo Jima and the Bexar were coming home as a result of the President's 6rders to reduce the number of troops in belonged to the 3rd Marine Regiment and the rest were returning from 13-month tours of duty with other 7,000-mIle, 18-day voyage involved a scramble for living said Capt. Martin M. Casey of skipper of the Iwo you crowd that many active American males Into a steel chateau like you worry that the crush will create said was no need to The men were Marines return by Including of the 3rd Regiment which earlier returned Its colons to Camp after a welcome of signs and band bused to Camp Pendleton for discharge or additional 460 Marines return from Vietnam Friday on three dock landing Colonial and Families Write and 14 more In an early morning ambush of a North Vietnamese unit crossing the One American was reported Vietnamese headquarters reported 32 enemy killed in two Mekong Delta battles 127 miles southwest and 113 miles west of It said government casualties were the northern elements of the South Vietnamese 1st Infantry battled a unit Monday 21 miles west of Vietnamese headquarters said 23 enemy soldiers were killed at a cost of two Four 120mm mortars were dropped about 300 tons of bombs during the night in areas 82 to 92 miles north of Portions of two enemy divisions are known to be in this frontier and allied commanders expect them to take part in a offensive which Intelligence officers say may begin about Nov. 15. two more the big bombers dropped about 200 tons of bombs 85 miles southeast of Da South Vietnamese government announced that lt will release 24 prisoners of war Wednesday but said this was not in response to the Viet Cong's announcement that lt would free three U.S. A government spokesman said all the prisoners are former Viet Cong who are being released for and because of good behavior while In prison Sen. Frank E. Moss says he will ask the Senate Commerce Committee later this week to approve legislation freeing the tobacco industry from antitrust laws long enough to work out a program to end cigarette advertising on radio and television by next Utah leading congressional opponents of cigarette said he would propose two amendments when the committee meets behind closed doors Thursday to take up the Public Health Cigarette Smoking Act of 1969. his Moss said the tobacco industry would also be able to agree on a formula for limiting the volume of cigarette ads In newspapers and second Moss amendment would lift the House bill's six-year ban on further federal Inclusion of the provision was regarded as a major victory for tobacco said the amendment would be aimed specifically at freeing the Federal Trade Commission to take action If the tobacco Industry tries to shift the million a year lt spends on broadcast advertising to newspapers and magazines President Nixon has failed to follow through with a news conference pledge last spring to take a position on the cigarette advertising the justice department has approved the antitrust exemption a letter to Asst. Atty. Gen. Richard head of the antitrust said the Justice Department was taking this position of the significant dangers to the public health which appear to be presented by cigarette House which passed that chamber last Included a warning to be printed on cigarette broadcast Industry subsequently announced that lt was willing to phase out cigarette advertising over a four-year was after this announcement the cigarette makers unexpectedly announced that they would be willing to withdraw advertising from radio and voluntarily by September 1970. broadcasters bitterly opposed the sudden withdrawal of such substantial portion of their to account for about 10 per of revenue have circulated In the Senate for several days that the Industry was conducting what one source described as lobbying have contacted of the this source spokesman for the National Association of which has spearheaded industry declined to comment on the said there has been correspondence between the NAB and Sen. told him that In the absence of any other action Hit YORK - A union coordinating office says that more than 90 per of General union workers are out In the nationwide strike against the country's No. 4 industrial The company says its plants will be open for those who want to full effect of the strike was only beginning will continue with plans emerge Neither the phase out advertising over a four-year the spokesman Of Arabs Vote In Israel A surprisingly large number of Arabs from Old Jerusalem voted for candidates for municipal office today as balloting got under way In Israel's general of Arabs from the former Jordanian eligible only to vote In the municipal crossed into the Jewish sector of the Holy City and lined up at the Informants said that many of the city's 34,000 Arabs were afraid that If they did not they might be denied some of the privileges they now have under Israeli These Include permission to travel to and to sign up with Israeli labor exchanges and to work in Israel Israelis denied that any privileges would be jeopardized by not clear skies and the heaviest election day security in the nation's 21-year voting in the general election got off to a slow start In most Golda Labor coalition appeared to be a certain winner In the race for parliamentary continuing the perennial control of the forecasts gave the government at least a plurality In the 120-seat The coalition held 65 seats in the last The biggest the right-wing Gahal hoped to add four seats to the 26 it won In the 1965 assigned all available men to guard the 3,335 polling stations against Arab terrorist The public was told report anything in the slightest way Civil defence guards checked the handbags the unions representing 147,000 GE workers nor the Pentagon which Is a major GE customer had precise figures on how badly production was has a total of 280 plants in 33 Of 117 plants checked In a 25 were operating normally while 92 showed effects ranging from production slightly curtailed to completely Sources were not available at other walkout by a 13-union coalition was seen as a threat to President Nixon's But Labor along the borders tary George P. Shultz said In came alone or in small groups Washington that the as not to Arab gun In border ballot boxes were bulletproof and Arabs In the occupied territories were barred from entering Israel proper during the 16 hours of along the Suez Canal and the Jordan the scenes of most voted a day major parties were united in defiance toward the Arabs and the They pledged never to move from the occupied Arab lands without a real The lack of Issues and the constant attacks along the borders produced a lethargic election Election propaganda focused on getting the 1.75 million voters to the taking the line that the Arabs would Interpret Indifference as lack of confidence in the Jewish Gahal Israel's traditional advocates annexation of the occupied territories and more free enterprise In the Labor has grown considerably since the 1965 Its nucleus on Page would keep hands off deadlock unless defense work was suggested In a radio Interview that GE was resisting union wage demands because the administration's policies were squeezing comment brought quick demand from Paul president of the International Union of Electrical that Shultz accused Shultz of on the side of a corporation In a labor and termed the action In American labor IUE locals and 28 locals of the Union of Electrical Workers are the principal unions Involved in the strike the first nationwide walkout against GE in 23 They are supported by 11 smaller were at a standstill with the unions holding firm in their rejection of GE's offer of a 20 cents per hour wage GE has declined to submit the dispute to binding company said Monday that more than half of its domestic work force of 310,000 persons was white collar and working despite picket were bound to continue work at several plants where there were locally negotiated contracts not yet on Page Urges Teachers To 8 18 6 14 Page 12 13 7 10 16 Ads Page 19 and cold lows in upper 20's and lower 30's; fair and continued quite David T. says Hanoi plans to open up a regular exchange of mall between American prisoners of war and their head of the National Mobilization Committee to End the War In also declared Monday the North Vietnamese would release names of their though not necessarily right said the U.S. peace was the only channel Hanoi would use In providing such a made these statements In disclosing parts of a plan his attorney said was arranged in meetings with the North Vietnamese in Paris over the The disclosure came at a news conference between sessions of a U.S. District Court trial where and seven other men are being tried on charges of conspiracy to incite riots during the 1968 cratic National attorney William M. Kunstler visited Paris at the request of and another Rennard C. He said he and Davis had been invited to make the trip but were not granted permission to leave the jurisdiction of the Killed By Yugoslavia This city beside the Vrbas River looked like a giant campsite today as thousands huddled beneath tents or around in parks and empty who had not fled after the earthquakes Sunday and Monday stayed In the fearing more destructive earth Twenty were dead and hundreds were but the toll from Monday's more destructive quake probably would have been much higher if the first quake Sunday had not driven many from their reported almost every building In the city of 65,000 people was destroyed or units set up partially restoring power and lighting some of the deserted streets which police and troops patrolled to prevent units sifted through the ruins of apartment houses in search of more left the and more were expected to find shelter today in nearby downtown area suffered the heaviest damage It looked like a giant bomb had bringing down department on Page DIANA Education Commissioner Neil V. Sullivan yesterday afternoon called on Franklin County teachers to try new things In knowing that sometimes they will addressing about 350 educators at Greenfield High School spoke also on in the state's standards and his In nearby N. and He mentioned the Leyden prayer issue just in in a reference to various situations he has had to In his seven months in the Sullivan mentioned situations Included from to civic and to he didn't come here to Massachusetts just to not running away from anything or I'll with you whenever it's But I'm going to provide is no more a great leader in it has no minimum standards for education and it ranks 50th in teacher according to He advocated educational standards a floor to stand on and without a Teacher certification in he has been compared to such states as and he does not want such Sullivan sought to dispel was that can't afford to If this were he it must follow can't afford to Trying or he means occasional the innovator makes the the rest of us stand around and not the way a professional If it Dr. Salk would have never invented the he is that should concentrate on learning rather than try to intellectual and passion for Another listed by the education commissioner is that extra funds alone will improve the educational he will help tout sometimes it is used to perpetuate and ineffectiveness in the a member of the said it is important for Blacks to have courses on Black history and culture and human but it is more important for Whites to understand talked to two on Page in Day For You The OF FATAL EARTHQUAKES One woman cries openly while another sobs into a handkerchief after an earthquake struck Banja The city of 65,000 had been hit by a quake At least 16 persons were killed in quakes and hundreds 772-0261 To
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