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Thomasville Times Enterprise (Newspaper) - January 11, 1971, Thomasville, Georgia of Public Wilson Tells His Story on Page 12 226-2400 P.O. Box 650 GEORGIA 31792 MONDAY JANUARY 11, 1971 PER f Rejects H offa R. once the nation's most powerful union faces up to an five years in federal prison following Supreme Court rejection today of an appeal from his 1964 pension fraud 57-yeai--old Teamsters Union an sentence for jury lost his third attempt in the court to avert a new jail signed by five said 12 constitutional questions worthy of a court hearing arise from Hoffa's conviction in Chicago on charges of fraudulently obtaining loans from the Teamsters pension the on a 7-0 vote and without turned the appeal Probes Gl The U. S. Army is a disturbance outside an enlisted club Saturday night during which a grenade injured 29 U. S. the GTs were one in a serious Military sources said it had not been determined whether the grenade was or was dropped and exploded by The disturbance occurred at Tuy U. S. base on the central coast 240 miles of Assembly Meets With Battle Lines Protest Gas Okinawa 2i)0 Okinawans protesting the movement of deadly mustard gas across their island were driven early today from two U. S. The demonstrators attacked some hours after American authorities announced a two-day delay in the start of transfer of the gas from storage on Okinawa to Johnston in the More than 100 demonstrators armed with rocks and bamboo poles tried to force their way into a compound in Chibana where some of the gas is Charged in Albany Ga. have charged four men with armed robbery following the holdup of a Grant's department store The were identified as Thomas Marion 27, Johnny 25, and Grover Cleveland 29, all of and Jimmy D. 34, of They were captured minutes after three men armed robbed the bookkeeping office of The money was police To Fill Demo Ga. Democratic party Chairman David Gambrell says that he will select 50 persons to fill the remaining vacancies on the party's executive committee the next 30 The through various already have chosen 174 members of the 224-man executive The latest convention occurred last when Democrats meeting in Georgia's ten congressional districts elected 40 members to serve on the Concludes Medina Ga. Army has concluded closed hearings that will determine Capt. Ernest Medina will be on charges that include being responsible for any civilian deaths at My his lawyers and four members of Charlie Company Ten fomer Charlie Company soldiers testified Saturday when the hearing made no comment to newsmen during hearing recesses but his chief military Capt. Mark told porters Sunday there will be no decision soon on whether Medina will be Designer Coco Chanel leaders on both sides of the Atlantic paid tribute today to Gabrielle the influential dress designer of the 20th who died night at her suite in the She was 87. Chanel fashion more than any other said Norman the dean of American the one who made comfortable There may be other designers who made more beautiful but she had the most and warmer Ga. - The 1971 Georgia General Assembly convened today with battle lines already drawn between Gov. Lester Maddox and Jimmy Carter over two of Carter's prime legislative announced on the eve of the new session he will Carter s governmental reorganization unless it is amended to give lawmakers more time for studying reorganization He also said he is to a 2 cents increase in the state motor fuel which has Carter's strong than an hour before the House and Senate Carter had little to say about Maddox's possible prefer the legislation the way its It's been out with the help of the Senate and House policy said the ibe eager to show to and consult with legislative including Gov. throughout the declined to predict that the measure would pass over Maddox's but the indications I senators are overwhelmingly in favor of it. Debate on specific wording is a prerogative of the General who surrenders the governor's office to Carter will be the state's lieutenant governor and the presiding officer of the stale has clashed previously with Carter a legislative the election of a Senate president pro tempore and many legislators have said privately and publicly they believe an extended fight between the two is called the reorganization most important thing that is going to be proposed in the measure was to be expedited in the where a relaxation of rules allowed its introduction regard the as one of the three top items anticipated during the 45-day A record billion budget recommendation and Carter's proposals to revise the state income add additional luxury taxes and remove some sales tax exemptions are the other will be inaugurated The State of the State message is Thursday and his budget address said in an interview he opposes the reorganization designed to slash the tangle of state departments and because it provides that the legislature act within 10 days of receiving recommendations or they become which bears the signatures of the ranking Democratic leadership in the See Money As Big Governor-elect Jimmy help Jodi provide a ride for the youngest in the Carter 3, as the newly elected first family moved into the mansion Uruguay The Tupamaro urban guerrillas assassinated a detective today and challenged the government to negotiate the release of kidnaped British Ambassador Tupamaros opened fire with pistols as detective Jose Leandro Villalba left a police off was killed A note left by the Tupamaros is how an informer is was the 11th policeman killed by Tupamaros since 1966. a three-day Tupamaros announced Sunday night that the British kidnaped on arid U.S. agronomist Claude L. Fly and a kidnaped Brazilian diplomat were perfect state of a to several Montevideo the leftist rebels called on the government reconsider its refusal to the release of Fly arid Brazilian Consul Aloysio Dias their captives for five and British Ambassador who was kidnaped on message came as Carter to of army officers departments armed forces and allows him to La Paz early today in subject to legislative veto against Bolivia's in Constitutional leftist military A few hours later Torres the had 5 I" broadcast to the 4 Gen. Torres said some 5 of the coup had taken refuge 4 the embassy of The 3 ers were described as - V - - 1 young Torres and Ads 5 In the News 2-3 announced they were acting Crushes Revolt by Bolivia from being to imperialism as dismal as that of North did not identify assured tiK nation that a state of normality had been restored and urged to report to their jobs as in the Col. Jorge a rebel ' claimed several top loyalist officers at military headquarters had seized by the including the army Gen. Luis Reque afterward a government spokesman termed the situation at that time dangerous but said loyalist troops had the headquarters and could move in at any which acts for Congress when it is not in was considering a request by President Jorge Pacheco Areco for a 90-day suspension of civil liberties to help in the search for the Tupamaro communique said the rebels were withdrawing their offer to release 65, of Fort if Montevideo's newspapers published an antigovernment No new ransom demand was The government refused to authorize the although one newspaper published the manifesto last Tupamaro to release the Brazilian consul for million expires Dias wife has been trying to raise the money but apparently has not A local said a telephone caller himself as a Tupamaro said the consul be turned over to Brazilian guerrillas if the money was not rebel communique set no demands the release of the 55-year-old British ambassador beyond asking the government to Sets Visit Thomas County mobile will visit here unit will be at St. Thomas Episcopal from 1:30 p.m. to 6i30 p.m. This month's quota is 125 Bloodmobile Chairman Tom Faircloth chib members for December are Rudolph and Willie ROY TREFFTZS is the big issue before the 131st General Assembly which opened today in Thomas County's three legislators agreed in telephone shortly before noon today with the three are J. W. Keyton of and Henry Russell Jr. of the county's two and young Michael of the youngest and newest state an eager and enthusiastic said on the just a lot ef going on right but most of the talk is centered around Uie gas tax increase against it until they can come up with some concrete plans on bow it can be said on the phone from the General Assembly that he expected the first order of business to be the reorganization is in a good it looks like we are going to have a good session and accomplish a great deal which needs to be done in everybody's to be on a novice in the said he was awesome of his responsibility to the people of his district Grady and will everything in my am an advocate of the two-cent increase in the gasoline tax provided the assures our area of its fair share of the income so that we can Highway 19 and improve Highway 84," be is going to be a serious and productive I am in favor of reorganization and consolidation of government agencies to cut down on I hope we will be able to hold the line on ad Eather Andrew Crystal Hope Preston Majorie M. 6 taxes and find other sources of Hemdon three representing and Thomas County said they fdt this session's efforts be centered in three taxes and reapportionment but the latter may be delayed until legislators gathered in Atlanta today made in the same think the most thing before the legislature is the incoming governor's proposal for said Sen. Robert A. Rowan d I'm interested to on page 6, Col. 6) Poseidon Missiles Delayed - Navy plans to deploy the first multiple warhead Poseidon missiles this month have been set back by problems on the production until expect a delay of a few the Navy said when asked the status of the advanced long-range Navy indicated first patrols of submarines Poseidon missiles may aot start until middle or late Polaris missile the Daniel Boone and the James have been converted to mount the Each sub will be able to hurl 16 Poseidon and each missile will bear 10 warheads that can be aimed at separate Navy blamed the deployment setback on frequently associated with the initial production of a new weapons The which were not set delayed assembly of the Air Force got a head start on the Navy by its first Minuteman III each armed with three multiple on page 6, Col. 4) Court To Hear Muhammad The Supreme Court granted a hearing today to heavyweight fighter Muhammad All on his claim that he was entitled to exemption from the draft as a religious conscientious court decision announced in a brief clears the way for Ali's fight in March with Joe Frazier for the heavyweight boxing also known as Cassius was convicted years ago for refusing induction into the He claimed he entitled to an exemption as a Muslim conviction carried a five-year and boxing officials stripped him of the title he had won from Sonny the court turned down Ali's appeal it would have been highly unlikely that the with Frazier would have been scheduled for City on March 8, will be the richest in Ali made a fight comeback last October scoring a technical knockout over Jerry Quarry and continued with a victory in December over Oscar the Ali's lawyers claimed government wiretappers listened in on his private telephone The appeal also challenged the validity of what Ali called a Selective Service in granting the limited its consideration to the single point whether the government was wrong in characterizing Ali's objections to Army duty as and rather than is a hearing will he held St date to be fixed in a tew The most likely prospect is in
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