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Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - November 21, 1970, Wellsville, New York Reporter NinetyFirst Year Serving Potter Counties New Saturday November 1970 10 Cents Per Copy Perfect Gentleman Releases Hostages AP Three released harmed after a threestate trip with a heavily armed Ohio pris on say they were treat ed well and one called their ab ductor a perfect The parolee earlier had left two policemen handcuffed to a church sink in and Ohio authorities with a pistol and two revolvers belonging to the offi The three all from were prepared to return today to Cincinnati as police and the Federal Bureau of Investigation conducted a sixstate search for the identified by Ohio authorities as James Edward of We are all said Jo seph after he and his and Connie were released Friday Police said Kelley locked the three in a utility room of a Cov ington service station after fill ing his car with gasoline and holding up the station He took about at gunpoint from Conrad along with license plates from a car at the then police Alerts were sent out to North Carolina and South Caro lina in addition to a statewide alert in The incident began in a Cleve land Police Ronald said he noticed a tag violation on Kelleys car and started to radio his headquar He said he heard Kelley Please dont do then the man pulled a He forced him to drive to then turned back to Two hundred policemen using helicopters and bloodhounds searched the area around Bar aczs abandoned police Baracz said Kelley treated him offering cigars but still holding a gun in each hand while Kelleys car broke down and he handcuffed Baracz to the police then he ab ducted another patrolman in his cruiser outside a restaurant at nearby He took Pa trolman Richard Klaes to the sink along side Police said Kelley then picked up three civilian hostages in their car and began the trip Kelley was released on parole from the Chillicothe Correction al Institute last month after serving time on a 77to35 year prison term for breaking and carrying a concealed weapon and shooting to police Agency Discharges Antipoverty Lawyers WASHINGTON AP The governments top antipoverty lawyer and his chief deputy have been fired their boss they condoned ac tions not in the best interest of the poor and violated the Terry youthful di rector of the controversial legal services program of the Office of Economic and his Frank were removed from their posts Fri day night by OEO director Don ald Arthur deputy gener al counsel of the was named acting director of the which administers about attorneys in 850 of fices No immediate replacement was named for It has become evident that Lenzner and Jones are either unwilling or unable to ad minister the program in a man ner consistent with the policies and mission of the Office of Economic said Under the I have no alternative but to re place them with individuals who will effectively administer the I regret that circum stances require this As examples of cases that caused the an OEO spokesman said New Orleans legal serv ices agency is representing at least 12 defendants in a criminal despite OEO law that per mits its lawyers to represent de fendants in civil cases Western Center on Law and Poverty in Los Angeles re in two at least 12 persons earning to Legal services attorneys are expected to handle only the cases of those living in basically those making no more than a Dallas Legal Services unit is representing a college son of a welltodo busi who chose to live in Lawyers are not per mitted to handle cases of per sons who opt to live below their a spokesman The legal services program has received wide political op especially from local because of its suc cess in law reform cases against the These include challenges of cuts in welfare Lenzner mobilized the Ameri can Bar Association against a promulgated by to hand his to the political appointees run ning OEOs regional General regionalization of OEO began in the Johnson adminis tration and has been continued under Newsmen Congratulated For Fairness By Spiro HONOLULU AP Vice President Spiro ad dressing an audience of says he believes his views have been reported by newsmen who I happen to know do not suffer from ardor for I have marveled at how well you have made this the best in formed nation on he I regard Americas press as the best and strongest in the But the vice president sparred with a panel of editors on var ious press topics following his speech Friday to the Associated Press Managing clos ing the groups fourday conven speaking to more than 400 representatives of AP mem ber conceded that he is denounced as a foe of all Here we have Americas greatest menace to the free he quipped at the begin ning of his I hope you will see fit to preside over the reconstruction of my image with the news The vice president said that if censorship exists in the United it is not done by gov but by news I can give the most thought ful speech I can he but how much of it is con veyed depends oh the Is the reporter more interested in a catchword or phrase that he believes sensational or is he conscientiously trying to con vey the message In a departure from his pre pared the vice presi dent took a slap at a national television On the night of the first Mor one of the major net showed a docu mentary with the events of the Included in it was a splen did film clip from a speech Id made in Dallas 10 days It was made to appear that I was denouncing student demon he BUDDING SCIENTISTS Members in the junior senior Friendship High School are studying compounds and mixtures in their science Among those in the class are 1 to r Jackie Ann Stockman and Wendy Reporter Photo American Planes Make Raid In North Vietnam SAIGON AP Scores of fighterbombers today launched their deepest raids into North Vietnam since the American bombing halt more than two years North Viet nam said it was an extremely serious act of In Defense Secre tary Melvin Laird said the American planes were hitting North Vietnamese missile and antiaircraft gun positions in response to attacks on our un armed reconnaissance air He said limitedduration pro tective reaction air strikes were being conducted against antiaircraft sites and related fa cilities south of the 19th paral This line is well south of Ha noi and the port city of Hanoi that the imperialists reckless ly sent many flights of aircraft to encroach upon the air space of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam in Quang Ha Tay and Hoa Binh Haiphong is 135 miles north of the 19th Hoa Binh is 130 miles north of the 19th par allel and 85 mijes inland from North Vietnam made its charges in radio broadcasts monitored in Hong Kong and The broadcasts said at least three American planes were shot down and that a pris oner of war camp was hit by bullets from the planes and a number of American captive pi lots were They also said a considerable number of North Vietnamese ci vilians had been The location of the POW camp was not Eye witnesses in Da 100 miles south of the Demilitarized zone in the northern part of South said about a dozen Air Force F4 fighterbombers took off from that base shortly before noon to day under extraordinary securi ty It was not known where the planes were but there was speculation that they might be on their way to suppress North Vietnamese ground fire while helicopters moved in to lift out pilots shot down inside North Viet The American strike force ap parently was enlarged by planes from the American aircraft car rier which steamed into the Tonkin Gulf off the coast of North Vietnam early to day with 75 warplanes aboard and doubled the 7th Fleets striking ability in the Prior to the vessels arrival from its home base in the only carrier in the gulf had been the which has been launching strikes over a 200 mile stretch of the Ho Chi Minh The reason for sending the Hancock into the area was not immediately but sources said before Hanoi made its charges that most of the 150 planes aboard the two carriers were flying with 200 Air Force planes from bases in Thailand and South Vietnam in a cam paign to stem the flow of North Vietnamese war materials southward into Cambodia and South Radio in a Viet nameselanguage broadcast monitored in Hong said the raids were carried out by wave after wave of The attacks lasted more than an the broadcast Hanois official Vietnamese News quoting a com munique from the high com mand of North Vietnamese gave a similar report in an Englishlanguage broadcast monitored in Both broadcasts said at least three American jet fighter bombers and one helicopter were shot spokesmen said other su personic jets from the equipped with spy gear includ ing highly sophisticated camer streaked into North Vietnam to photograph supply buildups awaiting shipment They said the reconnaissance planes were escorted by officials made no men tion of any planes being shot down and refused to comment on Hanois charges that Ameri can bombers hit a prisoner of war camp and a number of po pulated in announcing the air strikes in seemed to indicate that some kind of a search and rescue mission was under way for pilots downed in the latest Mitchell Acquitted In 1st My Lai Case To Reach Trial AP David Mitchell has been acquitted in the first My Lai case to reach a courtmartial a 10year Army had been charged with assault with intent to murder by shooting at 30 unarmed civilians at the Vietnamese hamlet on March Nine other GIs are charged in connection with the incident that occurred during a combat swing through My I always thought the Army was a great I know said son ofa Bap tist minister who lives in A military jury of seven offi including six Vietnam ve returned the verdict Fri day night after six hours and 50 minutes of Mitchell was a squad leader in Company the same outfit in which William Calley was a platoon Calley is being courtmartialed at on charges he murdered 102 The Army is still processing charges against eight other members of the Americal Divi When the jury returned to an nounce its Mitchell stood at attention and David this Consumer Program Initiated AP College youth launched a Na tional Student Consumer Protec tion Council Friday aimed at wiping out shoddy products and business Its professor organizer called it a new frontier to break through the barrier that res trains honest dealing in the market The movement mobilized at Villanova University alter some students heard consumer advocate Ralph Nader call those on Americas campuses the main subjects of exploita court has found you not president of the Mitchells leaped to her feet and Oh Sit down in the ordered George Robin the military who banged his gavel until the wom an was Mitchell returned to his chair and slumped down into His Ossie strode past patting Mitch ell on the Mitchell had taken the stand in his own With tears streaming down his he testified 1 shot at no Eight other defense witnesses testified that Mitchell was not at a in My Lai where the Army charged he fired at hud dled women and The prosecution presented three Two said they saw Mitchell fire his rifle into the One said he saw Mitchell raise his rifle but nei ther saw nor heard a report from None said they saw any bullets strike the people huddled in the Red China Receives Strong Support In Despite Defeat UNITED AP The majority vote in the General Assembly to give Communist China a seat has led to speculation that Pe king may be admitted to the world body as early as next There were also forecasts by Pekings supporters that the United States would not succeed again in employing the parlia mentary device which kept the Communists Red China won 51 per cent of Fridays The delegates voted 51 to 49 to seat Peking and expel the Chinese Twentyfive members of the 127nation body It was the first time in the 20 years of voting on the China question that Peking backers had won a But under the resolution de claring Chinese representation an important a two thirds majority was needed for The United in state ments issued in Washington and New conceded that a new situation had arisen which might force a change in its op position to seating The statements that the United States also op the expulsion of National ist a founding member of the 25yearold world This view was echoed privately by other diplomats as Muhammed Yazid of spokesman for the sponsors of the proPeking told a news conference that proposal to require a twothirds vote which was passed 66 to less support than it did in It is one of those tricks and doesnt express the legal rules of our he He predicted that very and maybe next we will at last have people who speak Chinese among The Nation alists usually deliver their speeches in Many delegates said privately that they thought the am bassadors speech during the China debate had a strong bear ing on the The by Ambassador Christopher emphasized Washing tons opposition to expelling the Chinese Nationalists and omit ted the usual American criti cism of Red The Nationalists were said to be upset by Phillips statement that the United States is as in terested as any in this room to see the Peoples Republic of China play a constructive role among the family of Nationalist Chinese Foreign Minister Wei Twoming showed open concern for what he called the shifting of positions by members on the eve of the China but he expressed gratitude over the support his government had Nationalist government offi cials on Formosa reacted to the vote mostly with shocked si lence todays but some indicat ed privately that it meant we must more and more stand on our the Nationalist gov ernment would say only that the General Assembly once again rejected the draft resolu tion to seat Peking had a net gain of three votes from last while op ponents to Red Chinas admis sion recorded a net loss of sev Communist Chinas best pre vious showing was in when it got 50 per cent of the vote in a 4747 New supporters were Equatorial Guin ea and Two previous Pe king Cambodia and switched from yes to but this was not enough to offset changes from opposition to abstention by the Cen tral African Republic and Sene Assailed By Canada AP Canadian patience is running out over the failure to get United States agreement on measures to clean up the pollu tion of the Great Energy Minister Greene publicly called on the Ameri cans to replace rhetoric with action and come to next weeks Ottawa conference of cabnet ministers armed with powers to negotiate binding His speech here Friday at the opening of part of the Canada Center for Inland Waters was the second public attack on American policy on the Lakes in as many Fisheries Minister Jack ministerdesignate of the new federal department of the took to a New York platform Wednesday to say I am I wish you would clean up your outfalls as fast as we are cleaning up ours on the Ontario Greene was equally blunt It was time a great and pow erful which could afford to travel to the moon and spend on found the money to clean up it stinking and befouling mess be fore dumping it in its neighbors back He accused the Americans of violating the 1909 boundary wa ters treaty which says neither country will pollute waters used by the As a result Lake Erie was on the verge of the other lakes were threaten ed and Canada could not deve lop the Canadian Greene He recalled that the Interna tional Joint the agency both countries set up to deal with boundary had found massive pollution mainly Canada had agreed to take all the steps the IJC recommend ed to clean it Rogers Faces Questioning By Senate Committee On Cambodian Expansion WASHINGTON AP Secre tary of State William Rogers faces stiff questioning from the Senate Foreign Relations Com mittee on why the administra tion is recommending expanded military and economic aid for Cambodia seven months after Rogers warned against The date of the possible conf rontation over the administra tions proposals seems likely to be delayed at least until the week of 7 by previous com mitments of Rogers and Secre tary of Defense Melvin Laird and Senate Republican Leader Hugh Scott sought in separate statements Friday to put political pressure on the Informed Public Bill Considered WASHINGTON AP Both Congress and the Presidents Council of Environmental Quali ty soon will consider measures to strengthen the publics right to see government studies on the environmental consequences of federal Chairman Henry of the Senate Interior Committee said Friday his com mittee will consider a legisla tive amendment to clarify the publicdisclosure provision of the 1969 Environmental Policy A similar review is sched uled in the the Presidents Council on Environmental Qual ity says will be review ing the public disclosure ques tion in consultation with congressional fed eral and other inter ested in Senate by contending failure to approve the new program could slow or halt troop with drawals from The Foreign Relations Com in a statement issued Friday by chairman Ful noted that it last discussed the Cambodian situa tion with Rogers last April just before and South Viet namese troops entered that country to clean out Communist At that the state ment Secretary Rogers expressed the administrations concern that a largescale mili tary assistance program would probably be followed by a need for military advisers and subse quently by He also em phasized the danger of becom ing supportive of the Cambodian Although the transcript of that appearance remains it is understood that Fridays summary understates how strongly Rogers felt about the need to avoid largescale aid programs in Cambodia and the dangers that could This is likely to influence skeptical foreign relations com mittee members when they question President Nixons proposal calls for million in new aid for million of it economic and million mili million to reim burse foreign aid accounts for Greece and Turkey depleted by earlier transfers lor Cambodia It also calls tor million lor South mil lion tor South Vietnam and smaller lor u liaudlul of other In the proposal would provide million to fi nance credits for Unlike the other which require both authorization and appropri ation the Israeli aid already has been it could be appropriated separately from the rest of the something administra tion forces are determined to avoid because aid to Israel has appeal for some senators who oppose aid to Laird failed to mention the foreignaid measure Friday when he appeared before the Senate Defense Appropriations subcommittee to ask for resto ration of more than billion in defense funds cut by the VARIABLE Changeable sky and of light showers and snow flurries High in the mid and upper JOs Partial clearing tonight Low lit to Sunday increasing clouds and a chance of showers late in the day High S u n d a y a u out 4 f J u s I y westerly winds at lf lo io becoming il ID to Jo overnight Outlook lor Mondii clutiici 01 siiuw in id
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