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   Hamilton Daily News Journal (Newspaper) - July 13, 1970, Hamilton, Ohio                                Help Keep A merica Strong Buy United States Savings Bonds tragic HAM I LTD N weekend injure 22 per Aon A OURNAL postage paid at Ohio JULY 1970 Court At Journal Ohio 45012 84 174 PRICE TEN CENTS inn readers each day Thp j r News family of possible 38 PAGES WEATHER HAMILTON AND VICINITY SUNNY AND WARM TUESDAY WITH HIGH IN UPPER 80S AND LOW FAIR AND WARM TONIGHT WITH LOW NEAR MIAMI FOOTPRINTED BEAUTY Miss Marisol Malaret happily puts her foot print in the soft cement and uses a towel to wipe off the scratchy substance in ceremonies Sunday afternoon at Miami Miss Universe from Puerto Puerto won the title Saturday night over 63 other AP Wirephoto Name Puerto Rican Beauty As Miss Universe Winner MIAMI AP The new Miss Marisol Malaret says one of the judges who chose her to rep resent Puerto Rico in the inter national beauty contest later be came her boyfriend and is now a sad she told inter viewers that isnt going to see much of her for the next he is But Im and I think it will be the most wonderful experience of my the jadeeyed beau ty News Conference Garbed in a slinky navy ve Jour lounge Marisol con ducted her first news confer ence after five hours of Refusing to disclose her beaus she I enjoy his company and now that Im Miss Universe I dont know will happen between There sure wont be much time for Justice Line To Report Crime Ohio AP A Cleveland church opens a 24 houraday Wednesday justice Line so persons can Moments after the retiring Miss Golria Diaz of the placed the glit tering crown on MarisoPs au burn tresses Saturday the 20yearold winner made two calls to native Caribbean is One went to the mystery man the other to her elderlyaunt anc who were cele brating at her Sales Support a secretary and parttime said both her parents are and she is the sole support of the aunt who raised her and the 24yearolc who has been cripplec since Critics Given Chance To Change Procedures Secret Vote Key Issne Reformers Want Member Votes On Amendments To Be Recorded By JOHN BECKLER Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON AP A ma ior House reform bill reached he floor giving critics of the present system a chance to clean away what they say are centuriesold cobwebs shrouding ongressional More than 100 changes in House rules and procedures are sxpected to be considered be make anonymous telephone re ports of crime in their The Roger minister of Calvary Presby terian said Sunday that many particularly in the inner are reluctant to inform police of criminal activ With the telephone volun teers will relay calls about crime to the appropriate law en forcement Marisols victory brought her in a person al appearance worth of a wardrobe for a lug igage and But Marisol said in her Span ish accepted English Now that I have it isn the money important to the experience to Just being around all those girls from other places and dif ferent backgrounds has taught me a little about how people everywhere are basically the It was a beautiful and it showed me there is a real love power among human So this year I want to give that love power to everybody I throw it around all over the Marisol defea ttec6hr3odo Marisol defeated 63 other con Miss Debbie Shelton of was first Congress Moves To Extend Vet Loan Deadline By JERRY BAULCH Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON AP The deadline for World War II GIs to apply for Veterans Adminis tration home loan guarantees expires July 25 but Congress is moving to save and perhaps ex pand the Under bills being Congress may reopen the pro gram to millions who passed it up by knocking out the eligibili ty deadline for veterans of World War II as well as GIs who served in the post Korea era and Several such bills have been introduced and the Senate has held hearings on one sponsored by Alan and backed by the White All Deadlines The Senate as it seems to be shaping would knock out all and fu GI home Several bills are in the House Veterans Affairs which will hold hearings this includ ing one by Chairman Olin to knock out the deadline only for those now still At present about million World War II veterans remain Eligibility has expired already for many others who did not use the GI bill to buy About million World War II veterans used the bene Eligible ore voting probably One of the backed the Democratic away the cloak of secrecy from votes on Modest Changes The reform bill sent to the floor by the House Rules Com mittee makes modest changes in a limited It is the amendments being offered that present the reformers their best chance of a thorough house Key provisions of the commit tee bill permit televised com mittee expand sources of congressional information and open the way for using com puter services in A bipartisan group of reform ers has put together a 10 amendment package designed to end secrecy in voting and committee provide more time and information for debate and streamline House Record Votes The key provision permits record votes on in a custom dating back to colonial members are counted as they vote but not Adoption of the amendment could have a farreaching effect on House For one it would produce much higher floor attendance when bills are being on many mil lions of dollars are appropriated and major legislative decisions Turn to Page Please IRELAND Troops and Police guard a high risk area at Unity as the Orangemcns Day Parade passes AP Wirephoto Dissident Pensioners Virginia Coal Mines Picketed By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS At least 11 West Virginia soft coal mines were shut down to day as a result of picket lines set up by a dissident pensioners group in defiance of a federal court restraining The United Mine Workers Un ion asked its members to ignore the picket lines and report to But workers in mines which employ about men failed to enter shafts in Wyo ming County in the southern part of the state at the midnight The picketing pensioners seek reform of the unions pension expanded hospital care for disabled miners and and a general liberalization of Vacation Belfast Tense As Orangemen Set To Parade Northern Ireland AP British troops parti tioned Belfast today in an effort to prevent CatholicProtestant fighting during the Orange mens annual Battle of the Boyne More than members of the Orange Order were sched uled to parade through Belfast with 200 bands playing Protes tant marching It was one of 19 marches in towns and cit ies of Northern Ireland com memorating the 1690 victory of the Protestants over the Cathol Last the parades touched off weeks of religious and tension has been rising since the imprisonment of atholic leader Bernadette Dev lin two weeks Cancel Marches Marches were canceled in two areas of Londonderry County hat are predominantly Catho Authorities in Belfast or dered considerable rerouting of Says Egypt Receiving More Soviet Supplies veterans of World War postKorea ser vice and Vietnam may get home loans from commercial lenders guaranteed up to but theres no limit on how big the loan may be as there once The VA also makes direct loans in some areas where commer cial loan money is Interest Rate Interest may not be over 8Vz per the same limit as but the government has authority to raise this to match the money This open end authority expires in October but a housing bill to be consid ered in SenateHouse conference Turn to Page Please Rhodes Plans Appeal To To Attend Meeting Ohio AP James a friend and occasional golf partner of Vice President Spiro plans to appeal personally to Agnew to speak at the Midwest ern Governors Conference here next The governors of 15 states will meet at the Neil House Hotel next Sunday through Wednes Agnew has been invited to ad dress a dinner July 21 but has not yet He reportedly is trying to resolve a conflict in engagements in order to Rhodes will host the confer ence and Warren Hear nes of Missouri will serve as Panel discussions will be headed by Louis Nunn of Robert Ray of Robert Dock ing of Norbert Tiemann of Nebraska and Edgar Whitcomb of By KENNETH FREED Associated Press Writer AP The Soviet Union has sharply in creased its shipments to Egypt of including amphibious according to Assistant Secretary of State Jo seph The State Departments chief Middle East expert noted Sun day the offensive nature of the landing but refused to pinpoint their use for any possi ble Egyptian crossing of the Suez Canal against Israeli posi while repeating admin istration determination to pre vent a shift of the Mideast mili tary balance in favor of the Arab refused again to say whether a decision has been made to sell additional war planes to he went the President has made it very Voyage HeyerdahPs Papyrus Boat Ends Transatlantic Trip AP After a Barbados twomonth transatlantic crossing that he says proves the Egyptians could have discovered America years Thor Heyerdahl and his seven international crewmen planned to haul their water logged papyrus boat Ra II out of Bridgetowns harbor today prior to shipping it back to The 55yearold Norwegian ex plorer and his crew spent their first night ashore Sunday after completing their crossing that began May 17 in Claiming that the successful of his epic journey proved the ancient Egyptians could have crossed the Heyerdahl as he stepped ashore late Sunday aft ernoon This is a great We have defi nitely proved that papyrus is Only the Ras pointed prow and stern sections were above and the government tug Culpepper towed it the last eight miles into But officials said the Ra could have made Bridgetown unaided she Just needed assistance to complete the journey before Heyerdahls first attempt last year to prove his theory ended 600 miles short of Barbados when the Ra a larger copy of the Egyptian boats shown on an cient tomb carvings broke up in high Prime Minister Errol Barrow led welcoming declar ing This has established that Barbados was the first landing place for man in the Western who sported a long beard grown during the also commented that the voyage should that eight men from eight nations on both side of the political white and of all different reli gions and could live together like one family in a small 6 feet by 18 The Norwegian skippers crew men were from RA COMPLETES VOYAGE As hundreds of spectators the Soviet the United view the waterlogged papyrus boat Ra II Japan and MorocNorwegian explorer Thor Heyerdahl and crew prepare to and they sailed under the dock the craft in The Ra II blue and white United Nations flies the United Nations Heyerdahl and sevenman crew completed Atlantic voyage AP Wirephoto Violence Rocks Indiana City 20 Arrested By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Twenty persons were arrested in Michigan Sunday during a second night of disor ders as Negroes hurling bricks and rocks at cars roamed streets in the predominantly bladk north there was a sec ond night of clashes in Highland but a tight curfew virtually halted four days of ra cial violence in New Two nights of disorders in Michigan City brought 150 Na tional Guardsmen to join state and local police in enforcing a 9 to 6 curfew and prev enting gatherings of groups of four persons or more in offcur few Make Arrest Police Chief Leon Shiparski said the trouble began after three blacks were arrested in a downtown tavern for disorderly In Sunday nights police reported sporadic from snipers but said no one was A white man was pulled from his auto and He was hospitalized in fair con About 16 per cent of the citys residents are In New police Harry Kenyon said blacks there had set up barricades on sever al streets in the mainly Negro section of the citys West The area was quiet and police stayed Twelve persons were arrested for ourfew Driving Charge Disorders began Wednesday when ipolice arrested a Negro on a driving charge and a scuffle A Negro youth was Turn to page Pleaae clear that we intend to support he security of Israel and I think hat you can take that at face Sisco spoke on the NiBC inter view program Meet the Siscos if ambigu statement on the plane sale came as it was learned the ad ministration has agreed to re place F4 Phantom fighterbomb ers Israel has lost recently to Arab antiaircraft guns and mis Although the Defense and State departments and the White House made their usual neither confirmnordeny statements government sources said Israel will get the Phantoms under a flexible pro gram aimed at offsetting in creased Soviet involvement in the It was indicated Israel has gotten no commitment to a specific number of the powerful but at the same time there were signs the supply of Phan toms will depend in part on fu ture Soviet It is understood American The work stoppage came as 85 per cent of the nations coal niners were due back from heir annual twoweek vaca Utility firms had hoped for quick replenishment of coal stockpiles for electrical produc tion during the peak summer demand caused in part by the operation of air Wyoming County was one of three target areas selected by the Disabled Coal Miners ol Southern West Virginia in its ef forts to halt production in the fivestate Appalachian coa Robert Payne of W president of the tolc some 75 sympathetic miners ai a meeting in Sunday night that pickets were being dispatched into Wyoming Raleigh and McDowell counties Cross Lines There were no immediate re ports of pickets at mines in McDowell and miners on the midnight shift crossed picket lines and reported to Turn to Page Jflease the local parade to keep it away rom Catholic Thousands of British police and men of the Ulster De ense regiment manned a steel curtain across Belfast at Traffic through the peace line dividing the citys main Protes ant and Catholic sections was Squadrons of armored cars and water cannon backed up the roops and Crack para jroop commandos of Britains Special Air Service stood by at Belfast Airport with a squadron of helicopters to rush to any trouble Liquor sales were Weekend The weekend passed peaceful About Protestants par aded without incident to their churches in Belfast In 500 Orangemen placed a wreath at the War Me morial and then marched peace fully to A message from Bishop Neil Farren urging Roman Catholics to remain peaceful during the Orange parades was read in Londonderry Catholic churches Set DoItYourself Trash Collections In Cleveland electronic equipment combat proved in Vietnam and capable of jamming the SAM radars and radio devices is being shipped to Similar Reports Newsweek magazine in re porting similar developments Sunday added it had learned the first shipment of planes to Israel will include eight Phan The magazine said Israel had been assured the United States would send two Phantoms a month for an indefinite starting in when asked specifically about the Newsweek came up with the familiar re sponse I can neither confirm nor deny the Newsweek I am not going to get into details about what we are or may have for Is He added are no plans for involvement of American forces in the Mid Ohio AP A doityourself collection program gets under way here today as the city tries to reduce the amount of perishable garbage piling up in the city during the garbage collectors sick And striking Cleveland Tran sit System drivers say they Rhodes Kin Represent Ohio Ohio AP James Rhodes three Saundra and will represent Ohio at a White House reception July 17 for Great Britains Prince Sue and Saundra will be ac companied by their Richard Moore and John at the hosted by Tri cia Nixon and Julie and David wont return to work for less than an A spokesman for some dissident drivers said they might resume dead locked since if CTS officials offer another 10 cents an CTS drivers struck July Garbage collectors called in sick July Garbage truck drivers have not participated in the sick call by the collectors and they will be ordered into the streets with their trucks city officials The drivers are to toot their horns to let residents know they are on the street and tha residents are to carry their perishable garbage to tha brush and papers are to be held until normal collection said Robert commissioner of waste collection and Service Director Ralph Turn to Page Please Expect Appointment Of Negro McGee As Daytons New Mayor College Head Takes New Post Ohio AP Ohio AP The withdrawal of his only compe titor has cleared the way for James to be come Daytons first Negro may Formal appointment of Mc an to Ihe post is expected at a City Commis sion meeting Wednesday morn Charles dent of Cuyahoga Community Both McGee and Mike Lisk Colleges Metropolitan Campus a local labor leader who since is resigning his Saturday he was 496 a year post to become presiwithdrawing from If McGee is Day on will become the second major Ohio city with a Negro Cleveland Mayor Carl tokes is in his second McGee grew up in Steuben and was graduated rom Wilberiorce University in After a threeyear stint Turn to Page Please dent of Genesse Community College in Pappas will leave Cleveland The Michigan school with an student enrollment are commrssion Under the city the commission must appoint a suc cessor to Mayor Dave who resigned May 13 because of ill is the former Flint Halls unexpired term Pappas said that his move is not a lateral It is a step up since I will be head of the college Pappas said he eager to re turn to his native OD644aed July 13 Jruns through People a city of with a 30 per cent black population has a city manager form o government with the mayor anc commissioners elected at large Elections are e Todays Amusements 121 Events 5 Births hild Care Churches 212223 25 14 Comics 15 Crossword 13 Dear Abby 7 Deaths 24 Editorials Heloise Horoscope Hospitals Markets Oxford RadioTV When 5 4 18 13 4 Society Sports 89 1920 r   

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