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   Terre Haute Tribune, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1971, Terre Haute, Indiana                                THE TERRE HAUTE TRIBUNE AOIM COMPUTE SIRWCES OF TH0 ASSOCIATED PRESS AND PRESS INTERNATIONAL TEN CENT FINAL EDITION Tcrrc March GIs REFUSE BATTLE ORDERS Two Cavalry Units Mutiny Near Border By MICHAEL PUTZEL KHE Vietnam AP A commanding gen eral said today he does not plan to take disciplinary action against 53 of his men who refused an order to move forward to secure a damaged helicopter and their commanding officers armored I suppose if I went by the we could take them out and shoot them for refusing an order in the face of the said John but theyre back in the doing their I dont think it should be blown out of The commander of the reluc tant armored cavalry Carlos was relieved of his commanding general of the 1st 5th Mechanized Divi said the captain made an error in toctics iffliat resulted in his losing control of his unit when lie became separated from The men who balked members of two platoons of Bravo 1st 1st America They are temporarily assigned to Hills division In the north west corner of South supporting the South Vietaam ese invasion of Hill told newsmen the in cident occurred late Saturday Informed sources gave this account The armored unit tried for several hours to move for ward and dislodge an enemy ambush on Highway 9 between Lang Vei and the Laotian bor der Three times the two platoons of Bravo Troop moved ran into heavy resis tance and pulled back to wait far their heavy weapons and air aupport to soften up the On the third the troop commanders ar mored personnel carrier hit a mihe as the unit against pulled and the platoons became separated and Just before two other ar m o r e d personnel oairriers moved up fte highway and picked up the troop commander and his including one wounded Shortly aifter that a helicopter made a forced landing behind the abandoned command ve but the crew of the chop per removed About Bravo Troop was ordered to move forward again to secure the helicopter and line command but the men refused to Hill was informed and sent 1he squadron Gene Breeding to talk to the He apoke with the men of the two platoons but 53 of in cluding their officers or platoon refused to go Elsewhere in the war South Vietnamese forcw retreated from Laos today under heavy North Vietnamese and Saigon announced that men had been A South Vietnamese spokes Tran Van said government troops were still in Laos and that they now hold three fire Field reports said the drive was neaiing and end and that the strength actually was below An said the westernmost South Vietnamese units in Laos now uight miles from the Continued Ou Page Rehabilitation Center Gets Boost Receive For Local Project BIG BOOSTS FOR CENTER The proposed Vigo County Residential Treatment Center Monday received two boosts when the Criminal Justice Planning Commission presented a check to help finance the project and the Vlgo County Council approved a resolution to provide as part of the local share of the Shown during the presentation of the Vigo County Councils resolu tion committing the from front County Councilman Don County Councilman Everett Branam County Council President Arthur Ralph widow of the late Vigo Circuit Judge Ralph who laid the original groundwork for the center Vigo Judge Joseph County Councilman Paul County Councilman Frank Kaperak and Chief Probation Officer William Also shown are additional members of the staff of Judge Slrausburg Senate Showdown on SST Court Agrees In Hands of the Undecided WASHINGTON AP The its crucial Senate is Hearing moment on the transport with 11 future of air supersonic I talk Debate begins Tuesday with the vote scheduled Wednesday It will be a close imagine lobby they about go lugh said Senate Democratic Leader At issue is a million ap propriation to continue through June 3D the federal subsidy for NEWS DIGEST By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 1 I figherbombers made heavy1 raids today on North Vietnam for the second successive day as more South Vietnamese forces retreated from Laos under heavy enemy Saigon announced that men had been pulled back across the KHE commanding general said today he does not plan to take disciplinary action against 53 of his men who refused an order to move forward to secure a damaged helicopter and their commanding officers armored the South Vietnamese in chaotic retreat from analysts in Saigon can only hope that the cam paigns longterm impact will be comparable to the Cam bodian venture last jurors trying William Calley apparently are fighting bitterly over a decision on the first of four murder counts against They in todays sixth day of hear an allday rerun of prosecution Saigons embassy in Washington boasts of bright prospects for oil discovery off South a senior senator says the State Department is deliberate playing down the enate Republican Leader Hugh Scott put for the time Ventures No Guess Scott said he did not know vhat President Nixon might do George uggested the administration m i g ht already have put aside uiids to continue research work on the SST whatever the congressional I think it may be voted down by two or three but on the other hand I doubt if that stops the work said onstruction of two SST pro The House already has re ected the SST 215 to To Hear Case Of Roudebush WASHINGTON AP The Supreme Court agreed today to By JAMES DRESSLER Tribune Staff Writer The proposed Vigo County Residential Treatment Center Monday moved a step closer to becoming a reality when the Indiana Criminal Justice Planning Agency gave the project a The federal money was presented to Vigo Circuit Judge Joseph Ander who is coordinating plans for the The presentation of the federal money came only a short time after the Vigo County Council passed a resolution to provide of local money for the The action by the Vigo County Council made the federal grant pos Vigo County officials said the I rehabilitation center for area youngsters should be ready open in David regional adl ministrator of the Indiana Crimi al Justice Planning nd Jim state uvenile Indiana Criminal Justice Planning Agen presented the Skelton and Miller said anoth er check will be pre sented to Vigo County within the next the total grant for construction pur poses will be in presenting the Vigo County is to be It is the first county in the state to start this kind of After accepting the federal Anderson This is an important day for the youth of Vigo This treatment center will provide re and training for f the Senate the the dispute over ct will be at Hartkes razorthin elec tion victory over former Rep Richard our youngsters who and we believe it go will make a who lost the Senate race to Democrat Hartke by and Indianas attorney Theodore had been blocked by a federal district court in Indiana in seeking a The Supreme in a brief granted their re quest for a This will be held sometime next The next term will open in reached at the productive citizens out of Anderson said the federal government already has com mitted over million to the has been opposed toVeterans Administration where oom Tin line n fniien1iantnc inVi en irl the SST presume theyve the money laid away in acor ner somewhere which would be enough to continue research work on the Aiken spoke on a Metromedia Radio inter U Votes Undecided Aiken noted the Continued On Page 2 he has a consultants said got I completely delighted project over the next five The project calls for the con struction of a new treatment center across from the present Vigo County Detention the current administrative office at Glenn Home will be re modeled and will be used for ad ministration and asa diagnostic The treatment center will be under supervision of Judge An with the assistance of two of his staff Juve nile Judge Mike Kearns and Chief Probation Officer William j that the Supreme Court has Archambeault first startedj supreme uuuri on thc project several granted this request for a latfl viao ing and am quite certain that years ago under the late Vigo Circuit Judge Ralph when all the facts are considgt who laid ered by the court that it will for the result ui the recount that I asked for many months A key question is whether the John the Continued On Page Larrison Will File Tuesday While the federal government will provide the lions share of the money to finance the proj Andersons staff will re ceive credit for inkind services as part of the local along with the to be provided by the Vigo County i Anderson praised Vigo Coun tv Council President Arthur SAYS HES NOT Charles says hes not involved to any organized effort to dump President Nixon in the primaries next AP Mathias Fearful Of Goodell Tag while WASHINGTON AP CharWs continuing the tightrope exis tence of a liberal Republican in Richard Nixons says part has no idea of taking a dump Nixon drive next iMann and the other council members for their This treatment center wouktjj 1 am not involved with any group planning such a said in an not become a reality at this he I the assistance of the Vigo Coun By NIKI LEE MAHOMUY Tribune Staff Writer On House Bill 1766 which has been passed by thc Indiana support this center with local iislature to take politics out of1 with a fervent belief we Terre Haute police 0 change the way things are The Weather By National Weather Service Wcatber Map On Page i n Mil River IONUIIIONS Senate is nearing its crucial count down on the supersonic transport with 11 uncommitted votes the key to the future of the governmentsubsidized Intelligence reports Indicate the Russians have bolstered Egypts air defenses with about 90 more MIG21 jet interceptors since last Food and Drug Administration con siders emergency action against the use of a contaminated hospital fluid after a warning failed to stem a wave of some times fatal blood American Friends Service Com mittee says the child labor situation in American Agriculture compares with the sweatshop scene in The AFSC surveyed farms in five states to gather its In announcing Monday morn ing that he will file for reelec the mayor mcsently being lion as mayor on the Republican that one important clause orig1 Mayor Lelaiul Larrison mally in it was stricken By said that he would file officially striking the Larrison with the county clerks office at It does not take it the not plan to be involved with ty Anderson The county councilmen plelsel a tirstterm Mary is one of the half dozen most liberal Hepublieans in the Senate and has sought contin ually to slash Nixons war pow ersby forcing total with Continued Ou Page 2 Tuesday and will have a few remarks to make He announced his candidacy during what was the last Mon day morning mayors news at least until the elec tion is police department out of poli It does not even attempt A clause on minimum salaries for members of the city police department was ulso The paragraph in question I think Ive had a pretty lWnich was in Section deals good particularly with policemen soliciting votes with the mayoi ifor spocuic is identical He added that his ad to ojle m Bums and ministration hud done a lot ol the mayor said it may have work in getting new industries I Decn deleted because of this Topes Heard by Jury for Uie city and that possibly a change could hamper a certain he will Mill Nixon Risks Mills Ire In Cooling of Relations Larrison added that that to probably send a telegram to Edgar who lias not yet signed asking the governor to veto the merit House Bill A hearing will be held in liuii i anapolis on the property tax1 tape which has been levied at cents 11 FT lAl Thc voice Paul David recounting how he stood at William Callcys drawal from Southeast Asia this year Paul early this month listed Matthias as one of the antiwar Republicans better known and better qualified than himself to challenge Nixon on the war by facing the President in the pri Former Charles who was defeated last fall for reelection when hia Conservative opponent got White House also has promised to help an antiNixon move unless Vietnam policy is For goodness sake dont make me the new Mathias said in inock An4 since he is not up for reelec tion until he probably has little to fear in terins of pos sible immediate White House But tivt soltspo easy going senators deli cate balancing act still was threatened by that gust of pres idential Mathias has bent over back sat in wants to maintain ut least into by the jury nutrdiM tdlos during court WASHINGTON AP Rela uns between President Nixon House tax chief Wilbur cooling fur have near the treeing New American Revolution Mills repeated uiuls the skid In relations with benefits for this year and raise the payroll tax base next deNixon criticized the com echoed per assessed valuation toiUnwigh the nearly iMiipty go toward the Vigo County I court i to fill a requeM partment of and Larrison has spoken ayaiust the saying it will go to Continued Ou Paige the White speculation keeping not be efforts alive Uiat he may altogether discouraging to promote him us a and called for an im mediate tax Only about a week curlier the Industry largly II dropped The temperature plunge lowu Nixoua criticism of of the Social Seciuity possible JOT3 Democratic tor voi tuereaie bill the Armint to uutary rtistiicUoois on iuMik Democrat helped rush Alter chairman o the CxuorU to avoid U could mean foul leu Ways uud Means While Millswould not reply illative weather uucad for imwent tu unuouwl to help IportaiH ol iuweasuU Social Security I CouiiuuoU Ou NOW YOU KNOW President bluntly rejected u i By IulUd Press liUcmufuuiul Tke first known system ol shwthund was devctuucd 60 by Marcus to ItHXMd the speeches ol thc Well known lvumui buck of the spectator Other attorneys for Inith sides sat at the counsel table The tape ivplay was ncccs ary Ixcause the courts two slcnoiiraphers arc far behind in xuinliittitranscribing the lour of The tape replay of captured on Meadlo and two oilier witnesses dramatic Jan was expected to consume the The entire trial wus captured on ixcordinj tainby the court the jury to be refreshed on thesu that attwnoys cuuld have m testimony of sunu1 key prosestant access to Nw ciilion i such taws arc not part I He said 1 want themof the official court but He told me to help Wmithe trial judge aKivtMiuats shoot Meadlo had Uith paxisecutioa and de lin his unemotional jfensc that their replay would be When Meadlo was there in Uie quickest way to comply demanding ami j with the jurys receiving immunity for his tesj is from Itiinony the courtroom Ik bsl a foot when Hut few showed up 4CCijclltully tripped a booby jlmlays replay in the JwryV trap the day after Muuii day of deliberation on My KVCH Army Prosecutor Ury is obviously split Daniel was not there lor Uw 1iibl alleys chiclj CotiUuued Ou Page Continued Ou Page The tluuiilrv Parson Todays e hang lag world U like a highway on which you wither are going iorwwd or in the way of foUu wbo f   

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