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Lowell Sun (Newspaper) - December 2, 1968, Lowell, Massachusetts Kissinger Nixon defense aide i by Sun THE LOWELL SUN Mass. MONDAY DECEMBER 2, 1968, 32 10 Cents cloudy Metro 90th Year Serving Northern County SEE PAGE 24 EDITION loom over administration of welfare Professor named to oversee setup FROM THE SUN'S STATE HOUSE BUREAU STATE HOUSE Attempts to return the administration of public welfare system to the cities and towns next year will be vehemently opposed by sponsors of state who feel insufficient resources have been made able to fully implement the re- organization act. Sensational charges ing abuses and other ings of the existing welfare tem by a legislative committee have resulted in at least three proposals being filed for the 1969 session the Legislature from both sides of the Democratic and Republican repeal the and terminate state control of the a perusal of the test petitions to be filed for the 1969 session indicates that other apparently content to give the reorganization and state control additional lime to work out administrative THE COMMISSION making the study would consist of three five Representatives and five public members pointed by the The commission would file reports from time to time with the including to change the The proposed study would pear to conflict with the gation of the welfare system being conducted by the joint legislative committee on cial which released its interim report a few days ago citing instances of abuses in the But it would not be the first time the Legislature ated a commission to study Joseph A. Langone both Boston by Rep. Walter T. Kostanski But a statement the j fare hassle by Dr. Martha M. chairman of the Committee on ren and is that the will have a fight on their next The and the United Community Services of Metropolitan Boston sored a study which resulted in the reorganization legislation being recommended to the General time and far too new resources have been given u tw i i something already being gated by another arm of the General A Democratic member of the House of Rep. John J. Long of Fall has also filed legislation for an in- by a special lative But the get of his probe would be the purchasing practices of the Ott and his hard working staff to accomplish the tion of the Even in five progress has been made under difficult working and has involved many hours of overtime by dedicated public welfare said Dr. Prof. Henry A. Kissinger NEW YORK President-elect Richard M. Nixon announced today he is making Harvard Prof. Henry A. Kissinger his assistant for national security affairs to oversee the foreign and defense policy machinery of the White at a news said the 45-year-old a native of will revamp the entire security planning machinery at the White House with an aim to preventing global crises rather than simply dealing with them as they President-elect said he was concerned after tion he gets a broad trum of news on foreign policy problems and is presented a paper that represents a consensus the least common He said he was calling on a professor of ment at to bring in new men and new ideas so he will have the fii of divergent ASKED if Kissinger might the man Nixon tually appoints as secretary of incoming chief tive intend to have a very strong secretary of But he insisted he has not de- on nominees for either the state or defense cabinet Kissinger said he foresaw no prospect that he would be in competition with Ihe men who eventually get those cabinet LONG A federal but never a full-time ment Kissinger was asked if he had not tended to pursue a hard line on Vietnam and other top overseas have tried to avoid labels like hard or he To assist Kissinger in de- the new national curity apparatus at the White Nixon named 42-year-old Richard V. a senior staff member at the Hoover on and Peace at Stanford who will be a of served as director of foreign policy re- search during the Nixon KISSINGER had met with Nixon at least four times in eight He has asked for a of absence from Harvard to lake the White House In his new Kissinger will be the direct successor to Walt W. President Johnson's assistant for national security succeeded George now president of the Ford Nixon said Rostow has been very co-operative in planning the transition in his re- ferring to first assignment is to go to Washington I hope im- AP wirephoto intend to tighten State Department of in state administration of I Rep. Long proposes that commission consisting of two MORE remains to he Commissioner Oil must a be the co-operation of the governor and his administration TWO Republican members of three must be provided by the including Senator and two public members legislature to get the John F. Parker pointed by the Governor look minority floor filed a into the agency's purchasing calling for an in-depth study practices a view to of the financial impact of chasing and utilizing second It the technical and the central automatic system to process and control vendor payments all of which or tne impact of and utilizing S T and possibly changes to hand or slightly used furniture j are needed fo comp ete the huge improve the in good condition and any re- In a filed by Senator Mated will not be done ludd reports for physical Merle 21, former Columbia University student and a leader in Students for a Democratic is shown as he arrived this morning at draft board in N. J. for His Jacob S. Rudd accompanied The meat Mark SDS leader takes draft physical State drug laws face legal challenges by Parker and his Senator George D. Hammond of a special commission would be created to conduct a study and review of the state administration of lic including medical assistance to families with de- j periodic inquiry by the Depart pendent old age of Public Welfare in and con N.J. leader of the student or even a To at Columbia University REP. JOSEPH E. stall and put into operation last springi reported for an cy is a modern electronic techniques Army physical ber of the legislative and Through as 75 on Social Welfare which is the efforts of the marched outside the the welfare j legislative and executive j Federal has filed a providing for a es of the Massachusetts takine us to 41.. and the public members of Rudd's Students for a Democratic Society chapter at Columbia and middle-aged women from men for marching must did not see Rudd as he and the other draftees were hustled through the side the who lives i n the 21-year-old j said Saturday he he would i large this help can and on cases of temporary and ne i building through a j is Ihe time to look and with 52 other called Rep. Brett is also sponsor support the organization of lh N.J. board j revolutionary By JOHN McDONOUGH BOSTON The Supreme Court took under advisement today a lenge of the birth con- trol The court was to hear arguments challenging the state's marijuana laws later in the William who hiked the length of Massachusetts last month to dramatize his appeal of convictions against the against challenged the birth con- trol Attorney Joseph J. his based the challenge on three The law concerning birth control devices was in violation of due process and a violation of an individual's right or The laws violated the guarantee of freedom of speech and freedom of The enactment of the laws were decisions by the legislature and ably related to a proper side the Some carried signs reading the Birth Control and Control is a an's When Baird arrived with his wife and two of their four the college age followed them to the which holds about 50 to enact laws regarding the safety and morals of the he and object is certainly in the Baird separate this from the question of morality is not re- Nolan There was no immediate cation when the Supreme Court would rule on the general aid to permanently disabled and medical assistance for the The purpose of the present and to repeal the state respect and pride in assigned to the induction center RUDD and the other draftees one of the bills that will be con- new department and the army to live i d j to pregnancy are too well known to I protest the Vietnam War and after the new the development of a new A special force of FBI the military ture convenes on New Year's gram whose object is to restore federal marshals and officers ture financial impact of the fare program on cities and if improvements should he made in the operation of the and changes and over of the public welfare people who have long been stood guard in the marble lobby undergo six hours of and to return its garded and treated of the modern stone and physical and mental examina tration to the cities and as second-class citizens in our i Other bills to repeal the i community and fo enable them I act have been become productive members by Rep. Charles of lions before they are asked to ake the step forward BUT there were no their induction into the and the young even be Balliro told the full bench of the slate high court as it sat in the 13th floor The overflow crowd including several youthful porters of Baird spilled into the hallway Baird's supporters clustered in the hall after demonstrating out- Hub Fincom clears Fitzgerald BOSTON The Finance Commission reported today that former Fire Com- missioner William J. Fitzgerald apparently was free of any con- of interest during his ure in The commission had gathered facts regarding the er's relationship to the city reason of his sonal business operations or by virtue of his The City Council had re- quested Ihe investigation in a resolution passed last May 6 be- it had been raised ing In Ihe Ihe council In some of the entities over which he has con- trol contract with a variety of concerns for the purpose of operating com- parking Filzgerald was appointed to the post Aug. 17, 1966, was re- appointed last May and retired last The Finance Com- mission noted that his duties included thai of being a member of the Traffic and Parking In its the sion it maybe argued that the office of fire commissioner the powers and set forth in this hibits a municipal is by its very nature in- cither or wilh the op- maintaining a financial interest of parking it in any organization wilh which must he slated that in fact such he deals in his public j compatibility cannot be The asked the i by any actions of Mr. nance Commission and the cor- Filzgerald during his tenure as counsel cooperate in Ihe The commission devoted part In its Finance of its investigation lo a parking Commission confirmed lot in the South End owned by gerald holds in his own Filzgerald and around which as trustee or in considerable controversy arose fions which he earlier this INSIDE THE SUN erable real estate in the city oft The Fincom said the assembly of this property ties in the It also looked was in no way associated with I into the Mr. Fitzgerald's position as f ire I al particularly his L. On the parking one Co. regarding a aid once controlled the compa ny but divested himself of inter est in it prior to becoming com The Fincom said it for the Corporation Counsel li whether this violation o cited a stale law a Amusements 6 Business 17, 18, 19 Classified 25, 26. 27, Comics 29, 30 Deaths Editorial 7 Focus 31 9, Id 1'tuple In The Sun 8 Sports 21, 22, 23 Suburban II II U II II TV 29 Women's News 13, 14, 15 dered bv Yarmouth and commissioner and and vandalism that number of occasions there is unwarranted by case in which Fitzgerald is other ed as being secondarily The Fincom also look note of bond posted wilh the city several other Fitzgerald is clearly establish by the Bowdom Square Garage former clinical The presentation of both sides xr a pharmaceutical is took about 40 of a family planning agency m Asst. Joseph R. Yolan of Suffolk County argued he creation of the birth control aws were a valid exercise of legislature and if they were to be such change must come from the THE legislature has tire power The marijuana test case was scheduled after two other Attorney Joseph S. who was to argue on behalf of two Philadelphia men charged with marijuana contends the narcotic is and less potent than liquor or Its use should not be classed as a he No. Viet meet on peace talk questions By LEWIS GULICK Associated Press Writer PARIS U.S. and North Vietnamese negotiators met privately today on ments for starting Ihe expanded Vietnam peace No date was set for the ing of these new but they arc expected lo get under way soon after the arrival late this week of a delegation from At this morning's U. S. and North Vietnamese delegates were also said to have traded complaints involving the un- under which dent Johnson halted the ing of Norih HANOI delegate Ha Van Lau was said to have protested that U.S. planes last Wednesday staged bombing attacks deep in- side Vietnamese The led by Cyrus R. were understood to have warned against North Vietnamese lacks on U.S. reconnaissance menfs for a preliminary dural meeting attended by of the four who will sit at the The United Vietnam and the National Liberation the political arm of the Viet truck collide in Vermont Vt. f A single engine aircraft low on fuel and losing altitude landed perfectly on a heavily traveled highway then was hit by a tractor-trailer loaded with Christmas The Army 4 Jamas M. 22, of and the truck Claude 48, of Notre Dame de were police Heidman was alone in the planes which are continuing loj Heidman told police he left flv ihP Thn United Burlington for his duty station but States has been concerned also about alleged Communist abuse of the demilitarized zone be- tween the two The preliminary Vietnamese discussions are being in anticipation that the South Vietnamese tion will arrive late this THE American and North representatives are re- ported working on at changed his course for when his fuel ran low and the Cessna aircraft began to lose Heidman he was forced to land on Route 103, a main roule heavy The plane was heavily aged in collision with the To reach WANT AD DEPT. of The Sun TELEPHONE GLENVIEW 8-3311 All Other Departments 5-5671 un See you later Pres. Lyndon accompanied by shakes hands with as he leaves St. Francis Xavier Catholic church following services The First Family the day at the LBJ Potomac fever France has cancelled ils H-bomb lest program in the One thing about De Gaulle's trouble the franc it helped dear Ihe Fowler says the Big Ten international bankers want lo recycle currency to avoid any more franc That's we need a recycle built for Governor didn't show up when Mrs. Johnson dedicated National Ron says if you've seen one Lady Bird you've seen them Herb Kill lie n for He promises to tell us is thinking he tells The Long Island Rail Road caught commuters by They first suspected something was wrong when I hey noticed was standing on JACK
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