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Newport Daily News (Newspaper) - August 15, 1969, Newport, Rhode Island Weather Saturday Sun RUes Sell high Low P.M Thursday's high 81 low 70 Local Forecast Fair low near 70 generally Mr anil warm thunder In afternoon Detailed Report on Page 2 ESTABLISHED VOL 124 NO 190 NEWPORT R I AUGUST 15 1909 20 60 PRICK TEX CENTS CHANGE NEARS Judge Arthur J Sullivan left who has presided over First District Court for 28 years soon will retire inder reorganization of district courts He will be replaced by Paul J Del Nero right who has been clerk and associate Judge since May 1958 Daily News Photo Judge Sullivan Out Licht Acts Monday V i Judge Arthur J Sullivan expects to retire next month after 23 years on the First District Court bench He said today he requested retirement after a tion law provided for at for judges with more than 20 years of service Hiis pay is con- less than the n e w salaries which are Officials it the Stale House in Providence would not con- f i r m r e p o r t s of Judge Sullivan's retirement and ol the appointment of Assistant Judge Paul Del Nero to re- place him Judge Sullivan in- making plans for his court retirement said he will active in other fields He will make self available for civil court as provided in the statute but doesn't want fo try criminal Toward MIAMI AP mille up to a howling 100 mites hour snrt growing stronger thrashed slowly to- today and posed a threat to and the chain of Florida Keys where the harvest of the two big money crops co and sugar is in full swing get the full brunt of the most dangerous Atlantic of 1859 said Dr Bobert H Simpson chief of the National Hurricane Center It's too early to tell what part of Florida or how the Keys will be Simpson said but some of the will have to batten down Camille's forward motion had slowed con- and the slorm's center was near Latitude 20.9 Longitude 83.9 West But fury had Intensified greatly he plans to continue his private law practice alter Sept 15 when he expects to re- tire from the bench He is a the boards of t h e Redwood Library the ation Society and Bank of Newport snd is i vice president of the Newport Corp He hopes lo get in the great storms or it could rise and in intensity as Gladys did last year moved ashore near Florida West Coast said it not be determined the course will follow Gales up to 10 es were expected to baiter Cuba from end fo end Getting the worst of the will be world famed crops of fine co grown in the western end of island But forecasters said sugar Fidel Castro's source ol hard currency for world trade also would be hard-hit The big production Eastern Cuba As forecasters concentrated on tracking Camille a new dis- out in he Atlantic Ocean An ESSA 8 satellite picture re- that a tropical wave moved off Africa last She was still south ol Isle Monday hart developed cyclone ol Pines once an infamous now converted lo a school where to 10.000 ban youths are indoctrinated in communism and ture Tins is still a young ture Simpson said In this stale of development it could go on to become one ol characteristics and was lashing a large area of the Atlantic with gale winds The disturbance centered near Latitude 14 north than miles east of San Juan Puerto Rico become Tropical Storm the Weathed Bureau said Judge Sullivan said forward to his with great relief and added know whether to or commiserate The new mail will Paul Del clerk and associate judge or years The governor's office to- day an full reorganization of the rict Courts will be made Monday i Reds Nightly Shellings Dip New High Point Is Forecast AP U.S Wry spokesmen said today they anticipate Vicl Cons and North Vietnamese attacks will ue at their present level of 20 to 40 a then shoot up to an- other high point before Sept headquarters reported 41 enemy rocket and mortar at- and eight ground fights rom 8 Thursday to 8 with 78 of the enemy killed in the ground action U.S casualties were 11 killed and 88 wounded the command said Vietnamese ties were described as More than 150 allied bases and hit with rockel mortar and ground attacks ly Tuesday in U.S Command considers the first high Communist command's alt campaign Since then the attacks have dropped off to be- tween id and 40 a night a U.S spokesman said and they are remain at that level for awhile U.S analysis expect the next slightly in advance of Sept 2 because that is Ihc 24th anniversary o Ho Chi proclamation of tlie of Vietnam The Vicl Cong said today it lad launched a new and ex- offensive of and promised that t would continue on an millent lightning strike basis The Viet Cong's Liberation Radio said the new offensive was designed to show our iron will that the longer the cans prolong their war aggression the more they will and die The broadcast claimed sive victories earlier this week in our new offensive of attacks and said Viet Cong forces will un- flinchingly go forward with ilar simultaneous lightening lack and will develop to the est enlarged guerrilla warfare U.S spokesmen said the iest ground continued fo be along the Cambodian border north of Saigon U.S gence officers estimate there are to 5.000 North troops in the area and say hey are trying to trol at least temporarily of a provincial capital in the Tay Ninh An Loc or Song o score a propaganda victory In continuing lo blunt a new enemy thrust 50 B52 bombers dumped up lo 750 tons if bombs on Vietnamese positions both to the and northeast of Saigon Some raids were within a mile of the border Three American helicopters vere reported lost including an Authority Revises Priority Schedule Housing Authority at th request of the city bas altered its admission policy to limit public housing to low in come civilian families and nav al personnel at the lower The revision no men lion inconsistencies in nava and civilian rental fees and ap procedures policy which to the Council fn a letter night deal with tie priorities of admission The priorities listed are priority to families of meeting the ments income gram Inf lation Marches On Blue Cross Files Rate Cause WASHINGTON AP July was not a goort month for the nations warriors Personal income hit a new peak but so did prices The Commerce Department con- firmed its fears about uing inflation And there is an- other apparently disturbing re- port on U.S balance of ments deficit The bad day in an avalanche of c and the Treasury David M Kennedy underscored it by grimly ing of an intolerable inflation hat could cut the value of i in a en years In- the upside-down world of economic cancer called ation that once was good now is bad and what once was bad now is good or at least Effect PROVIDENCE AP Citing the rising cost of hospital care Rhode Island Blue Cross asked the stale today for mission to ils basic by an average 24.4 per cent The proposed hike would re- sult in additional revenue of million annually F Hanley executive director of Blue Cross in a letter fo the Department of Business Regulation Almost million of amount he said is necessary to pay the higher cost of tal services members will use in 1370 Hanley said Blue Cross has lost million during Ihc past 18 months and anticipates an additional loss of aboul SI lion during the second half of priority to military families through the rank of E- 5 or second class petty officer meeting the requirements of the low income program priority to those en- listed men of the Navy ing chief or This is lo lake care of the might occur of hardship cases d Continued on Page 2 Army supporting U.S in- battling enemy 20 miles northwest of gon The chopper in the aboul feel ing all eight men aboard We don't know whether it was hil by enemy fire or ly said one officer It also could have been a tion The enemy troops attacked Hie night bivouac ot the Di- vision Infantrymen with tars machine guns and rocket grenades then pulled out afler 30 minutes Headquarters said enemy losses were not known but lix Americans were wounded American bombers and copler gunships also joined in the battle FOUNDATION SWELLS CITY FUNDS Newport Foundation today paid for property Handing check Filzgerald left supem or TJ a ait alinn a a nt spending crease value of buildings and tax assessments Daily Roundup Continues FBI Nabs A Fifth Iii R I Gang Killings BOSTON The FBI early today the awn arrest in Uplon of Rudolfo G Sciarra one of seven men charged by the Justice earlier this week with con- to plan a illing Sciarra 45 of Johnston s the fourth of d A fifth Raymond rca 61 of P ro v id ence s in prison while the other two al large Sciarra was scheduled to ear before a U.S r in Worcester early in Hie The three men arrested er In this on Tuesday Maurice R -33 of and John Rossi charged with murder They are E Rossi 29 of Providence Maurice R Lerner 33 of a suburb of Boston and Robert E 31 of The other Sciarra Luigi G Manocchio 42 of Providence and Frank A 55 West all arc charged with being accessories before the fact of murder The slaying involved was 41 of ton who with a companion was gunned down in April 1908 in a Providence grocery store The government alleges that Rossi Lerner and carried out the killing It also alleges that U.S Senate subcommittee as onetime head of Cosa in New England is currently serving prison leni on a conviction of conspiring lo kill brother Williarn in 1953 The two men still at large and being sought in a nationwide search as fugitives are Luiji G Mannocchio 42 of Providence and Frank A 55 ol West In another development in Ihc case the slate dropped ils charges in the case Robert Almonte 49 of Providence after Superior Court Judge Arthur granted a motion for a new trial of first degree murder in the In addition Thursday returned ale against after a judge granted his motion for a new trial stipulate the verdict was against he evidence Rudy and were shot to death al a grocery store in Providence's Federal III Three of the seven Patriarca identified before a section by a pair of masked men carrying sawed-off guns The getaway car was found four hours a away Israel said Rossi was now of driving tile car Almonte was convicted last May 29 in of murder and held without bond pending a ruling on his peal The state's case was around ly of Louis 17 of dence that he saw he wheel of getaway car as it sped away from the murder Laler a second if the slain man he could nut be certain Almonte vas the nt the wheel be- cause during a in the rial he had seen n man who just like driving an aulo was in The government's gainst Ihc seven charge they ravelled between etts and Rhode Island in April and March of 1068 lo plan Rudy Flies In Troops Religious Riots Kill Five In Ulster BELFAST Ireland AP The British government recalled troops from leave and flew others lo Northern Ireland today afler a night of gunfire in Belfast and Armagh 5 dead 192 persons injured and parts of stale capital in flames Fighting between the police and on one side and Roman Catholics on Hie other ebbed as morning came But hatred seethed the minority and the testant majority and Ulster's worst outbreak of violence in nearly appeared far from over The Royal Force flew COO infantrymen from land to fill hn gaps left hy fell troops called to action in enroll volunteers lo The violence Thursday least persons for gunshot wounds may add new fuel lo rioting out Ulster cities But the Ulster government was hesitant to call in additional troops lu B elf a II would it could no longer control situation wilh its Royal Ulster Constabulary Opposition to Ulster spread lo Irishmen in Britain The Irish Immigrants Republican Organization called for a national one day work stoppage of Irish sympathizers in London Birmingham gow and other cilies The Irish Civil Rights ity Group said it was opening The government in fusillade set off general buildings had been said 13 8 in from both to heaps of bricks Many and 5 were being held a suspicion of being IRA snipers harassed firemen and police and the still burned Violence had died down but There was an air of ugly tension in Belfast Many spoke wilh bursts from police remained on guns cars wilh in a of the possibility of reprisals raced charged deaths particularly thai ol a old blazing from gasoline bombs thrown by slaves and forced back into Hie Catholic Shambles Police said lhat of the 192 and Protestant mobs sons injured 58 were policemen British Homr Secretary James had ordered British troops lo Thursday to restore order in Hut Catholic cut shorl bis vacation and remained In London to keep in touch with crisis in Ihc six counties 4 aim the fire brigade said there were so many fires in shops and houses it had lost count One man lay on Ihc sidewalk wilh an eye kicked The dead included hil by a up wilh gasoline bombs and a large factory was set afire John Gallagher 29 was killed in Armagh gunned down by a man who jumped out of a car and started firing Two others were Northern Ireland which lore into his Londonderry foi the lime since World Wai I Londonderry was calm but uneasy 600 men of the Royal Green Jackets were being re- called from and pill on standby because of tbp ness of Ihc situation in Ulster he British Defense Ministry an- violence in the people of A token force 50 left day for Northern Ireland The gunfire victims were the when Protestants nnd Catholic first deaths recorded in three days and nights of religious warfare that started Tuesday with Catholic attacks on a parade in Londonderry Police the on Ihc in Belfast since Irsh civil war of II began just before midnight of the outlawed clashed in Kails Road area yards from the of Ih city Soon fires were blazing all along Ihc road Witnesses said Ihc first shot was fired by a civilian using an I hil in chest Dallies also developed in a shotgun an and found on lop of an they spluttered mil menl building and a man whose body was found on slops of a hospital Army automatic rifle lie By 4 hospitals had ed 120 persons 42 of them with bullet wounds In the cold light of an over- cast one building along had miles of Kalis Road The scathed In plains after midnight Frank chairman ot the Ireland Civil Association which pions Ihc Catholic minority sued a statement This is organized murder Somebody have inter- 1 Hi J ROCKS WILL TAKE Armed soldiers of the British Prince merit Thursday afternoon facing wire barricade in district Londonderry Kas finl shields of Wales are behind ml Troops are
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