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   Portsmouth Times (Newspaper) - August 28, 1970, Portsmouth, Ohio                                Olilo Valley: Fair tonight: lov; in 60s. Saturday partly cloudy n n rl with chance of afternoon thundershowcrs; high in 80s. Official observer's temperature report: Today 11 a.m. 7-1, today's minimum Gl, yesterday's maxJmum 80. Year ago: Maximum 8J, mini- mum 57. For 118 Years A Dependable Portsmouth Institution Covering Southern Ohio And Northern Kentucky VOLUME 119, No. 137 PHONE: 353-3101 PORTSMOUTH, OHIO, FRIDAY, AUGUST 28, 1970 Two Sections 20 PAGES Section 1 Single Weekly Copy iuc- by Carrier FT. CARSON, Cob. (AP) Walter Lee Martin is a fwice- wounded veteran of two tours in Vietnam and is only 15 years old, says the U.S. attorney's of- fice. Martin of Dothan, Ala., 6 feet 3 and 198 pounds, joined the Army three years ago under an assumed name and went to Vietnam where he was wounded at the age of 13. His real identi- ty eventually was learned and he was shipped home, according to Asst. U.S. Atty. James Rich- ards. Now, two years later, the Army has found that Martin somehow got back into its ranks under another alias. And, Rich- ards said, Martin has been mar- ried for four months. Sometime after being sent home, Richards said, Martin ob- tained the identification and or- ders of a S.Sgt. Albert Lewis Jr., got back into the Army and was shipped to Vietnam where he again was wounded. He was sent to Ft. Gordon, Ga., to recover from his wounds. Apparently while on leave from Ft. Gordon, Rich- ards said, posing as home to Ala- bama and married. Early this month, he was as- signed to duty with the military police at Ft. Carson. The real S.Sgt. Albert Lewis Jr. was in Vietnam where he re-enlisted and requested emer- gency leave home. While drawing up a pay voucher for Lewis' leave, the Army apparently learned they were paying two S.Sgi. Albert Lewis Jrs., Richards said. The Army notified Ft. Carson and Martin was arrested by the FBI and charged with a fraud on the government. Richards said he would re- quest that prosecution be de- ferred and that the probation department recommend a course of action. He indicated Martin may be placed on one- year probation and sent home. "W TEL AVIV (AP) Israeli Warplaiies attacked Arab guer- rilla bases in Jordan today fol- lowing hostilites on the Leba- nese and Jordanian borders in which 10 Arabs and one Israeli soidier were killed and seven Israelis were wounded, the mili- tary command said. The planes bombed and strafed targets about three miles inside Jordan and about 25 miles north of the Dead Sea, a spokesman said. In action Thursday night, Is- raeii group soldiers of Arab intercepted commandos impossible for the Arabs to modify their demand for total Israeli withdrawal from all ter- ritory captured during the 1967 in "And I can predict right now that tho Israelis will say no when the withdrawal question comes Heikal declared. One diplomatic source at U.N headquarters in New York esti- mated the talks would continue at least until the coming Gener- al Assembly session ends about Dec. 15, more than a month aft- er the end of the cease-fire peri occupied Golan Heights of Another source said the main Syria, killing seven of the guer- effort now is to get the peace rillas. One Israeli was wounded talks going well enough so tha in the clash, a spokesman said, by the end of the 90 days, tlu Tlv Israeli command said the i truce will be extended, commando group came from! the village of Kafr Shaba, in southeast Lebanon. Three Arabs and one Israeli' soldier were ki'led in a clash be- tween an army patrol and a' hand of guerrillas near the Is- raeli border settlement of Kfar Ruppin, in the Jordan River val- ley, lH military command said Another Israeli soidier wounded near the Lebanese bor-> cier when guerrillas fired on his1 vehicle near the settlement of, Misgav Am. And in another at-J lack on the Lebanese border WASHINGTON (AP) Sen ate critics of military spending repeatedly frustrated in bids t cut specific projects, ar launching a final attack clamp a general spending cei ing on the Defense Departmen The Pentagon's defender quickly denounced the move a a "broad meat ax cut" tha would trigger massive cha and turmoil and imperil nalior al security. By FRED S. HOFFMAN AP Military Writer SAIGON (AP) The Soviet Union has built North Vietnam's WIG fighter strength to nearly three times its size at the height of the air war three years ago, ugc during U.S. air strikes against North Vietnam, The continued basing of North Vietnamese MIGs in China is regarded as an indication that Hanoi believes there still is a chance the United States might resume bombing of North Viet- nam, although from the Ameri- can side the possibility seems remote. Reconnaissance photographs U.S. military sources say. The Soviets also have moder- nized the North Vietnamese air force with strong reinforce- ments of advanced MIG21 jets.'of MIG bases in North Vietnam rated a match for America's F4! provide evidence of other pre- Phantom fighters. j cautions. The North Vietnamese According to latest intclli-.have built, concrete shelters to gence, the North Vietnamese [protect their planes on the now own more than 225 MIGs. j ground. They had about 80 in the fall of 1967. Sources said the Hanoi com- mand pulled back its MIGs from forward bases after losing a MIG21 five months ago while The Russians, who provide most of North Vietnam's more sophisticated military gear, have improved1 Hanoi's air force with more than 80 MIG21s. Three years ago, the North Viel- CHARGING UP. A Cornell University eiectr.c car stopped Thursday to charge its batteries on the Mississippi riverfront in St. Louis. Two students Bob Poland (left rear) and George Brown, plug the car into a cable from a special charging station while one the drivers, Jane Horsey, looks under the hood. The car, running on 26 lead cobalt batteries, is participating in the Clean Air Car Race from Cambridge, Mass., to Pasadena, Calif. (UPI Telepholo.) By MIKE DRAKE Times Staff Writer Portsmouth City Council four Israeli border policemen to meet in regular session the second and fourth Wednesdays Sens. William Proxmire, I> it was harassing a U.S rccon-inameso had only 17 of these ad- Wis., and Charles Mathias, R- naissance plane over North1 vanced models" Md., propose billion spend-, Vietnam. That was the lllthl The rest of the MIG force is ing celling, a 7 per cent cut iMjo kill claimed by the United 'made up of old MIGlas and from the billion PentagonStalcs sjnce start of (jlc airiMlG17s plus some younger budget asked by President Nix- war JMIGJOs! on- The bulk of North Vietnam'.-; U.S. reconnaissance planes They say such a reduction (air force now is deployed al four keep a frequent watch on for- would match the SI.3 billion ak fields around Hanoi and the port! ward airfield.? for any signs of ready cut from the Pentagon's of Haiphong. the North Vietnamese moving S20.5" billion military procure- The TCi their MIGs down to contest mcnt request. based in jets operating in the "A thoroughly documented, china, where much of (he North! area of tlie demilitarized zone reasonable and responsible case Vietnamese air force took ref-iand over Laos, has been made for cuts billion to ?14 Prox-j mire said. i He and Mathias contend the money saved can be used better to meet domestic needs, and to reduce a prospective billion to S15 billion budget deficit. Sen. John Stennis, D-Miss.. chairman of the Armed Services _a_ Two Sotith Shore men mis defense budget is this morrung bHore r va of kidnapping a Ports- mouth woman Aug. In. and a soldier were, wounded in a 1 Of each month beginning Sept. guerrilla mortar ambush the Yiflah kibbutz in Upper The decision to change opp'osi- WASHINGTON (AP) Re- peal of all legal restrictions pro- hibiting adults from buying or possessing pornography report- edly has won firial approval from the President's Commis- sion on Pornography despite ilee. I the Thursday meeting days The Israelis returned the fire j unanimously after a a spokesman said, but. there was y-jack stap. was no indication of any 6th Ward Councilman. casualties. lasuaities. a rc-gular meeting Thurs- On the diplomatic jpit i IT Iliov pvnnf'tpH TTT in rorh idiu UIL.V pau Griftih, 1st Ward Coun- he Arab Israeli peace talks! ___ which opened there this week toi go on for months. But an Egyp-' Ward Coun- was absent from tha1 public consensus on the availa- bility of pornography. The arguments for the addition, the commission report- ed, there is no public consensus ito support such laws and they controversial recomtncnda-1 sometimes lead to suppression tion. repeal of all U.S. adult cen- of legitimate material, sorship laws, have been exten-: Repea! W0llld not suhstantial- sively rewritten since the Asso- ly increase the U.S. pornogra- 0 indllstrv lhc commission ready some ?5 billion under last year's The amendment, he said, would re- quire a SiO billion reduction in a iyear. And because iJie fiscal year is already two months old, !he said, money is still being i spent at last year's levels. i Thus a rniiltibiltion-dollar cut would have to be absorbed from current programs. "That's Stennif said. "That's worse than a meat ax cut. It would chaos. It would cause apprehension of the pair ihc resuit of an around. Welch, the.clock investigaUon by broad bring dated Press disclosed a draft report three weeks ago. But the.ggfd turmoil This will recommendation is almost un-i tion. Recommendations for laws against exposure of children to obscene pictures and a nation- wide "sex re-education" pro- gram were also approved at. a final commission meeting! exhibition or distribution of sex-j perilously close to a unpreparedness." Proxmire disagreed. He recit. The White House disavowed'ed a long list of programs crili- David Michael Evcrman, own agents, Portsmouth Kentucky State Police, Green- up County, Ky., sheriff's depart- and John Edward McKnabb, 20, mcnt south Shore police are to enter a plea next Thurs- day to charges of abducting the woman in the (100 block of to Fourth SI ami [.king her Grecnup County, Ky., and saulting her. Agents said if the kidnapping victim is not released unharm- ed, the jury may recommend the penally. However, if I ho is released ur harmed, [hi; jury may recoinm: nd a jail .ID to life ed the pair with around p.m. no re.sistcnee Thursday at changed: jtne cornrnission as former Prcs-jcized for billion-dollar overruns "The commission Lyndon B. Johnson's [wasteful procedures, faulty end} told and local) shortiy aflcr the draft report! products, for failing to meet Everman's parent' home on Main St. in South Shove. The agent had the house under y surveillance for several clay? and arrested Everman as he a y approached the house. Evermmv told the agent, that McKnabb; wl in a car at the rear of the-; CS. I SJ IU1 Ll V clL Ul el U. IJ1VUIIL UJ, I Ul legislation prohibiting sajd "it. is; schedule deadlines or contract the ...I..L.; j..4_.u... r President Nixon specifications. jmiT' agent arrested: meeurLC. "The Portsmouth city school Hc final Thursday, a commission source ual materials to consenting cipnose it. said. ulfs should be repealed. I tian spokesman predicted today K Vr Hc the rmal ropor they would break down Chamber of !aws agairis. the ends port also i ;t pub-i believe (here is no war- rant for continued governmental M HHi Man KC Webste (Or PuvjtaunJU i wrote in his semiofficial participate m these other newspaper Al Ahram that it is j activities. open public discussion across [on commission findings pornog- the on facts raphy does not cause sexi The measure was vigorously rather than forge a'crimes or harm individuals. Ini some Dutiel. S7. ot Colum- volo switch-; bus, former resident of South I rerom-i Webster, was killed ibis morn- jiavc uncov. AA the two mcn j-d in I ducted the woman at. murdr: ot Mary Pefry, r; JBoth men were unarmed at the Porir-mou'h girl who was slain i time of their arrest. with iier hovfriend near the Tho pair is beins held .in County. Kv., ]ail in lieu !0f SSn.nOD bond each, FBI agents said idpntificatinn Universitv To Till ensrsoti wnn me mur- o: fin OSU is being the P e I r v ies Ollg A co-founder of one of the nation's foremost insu ranee brokerage firms died Thursday in Scioto Memorial Hospital. Carl S. (Red) Daniels, 54, of 2319 Timberview Dr., co-chair- man of the board of Daniels- Head Associates, Inc., 705 Sixth St., died at n p.m. after an extended illness. Funeral services for the wide- ly-known Portsmouth business- man are to be conducted at 2 p.m. Sunday at Daehler Funer- al Home. Friends may call at the fiir.eral home from 4 to 9 p.m. Saturday. Dame's and William Head founded Daniels-Head Associ- ates, Inc., in 1951. From an original two-man op- eration as a general insurance agency, the firm grew to achi- eve a foremost national rank- ing in the insurance brokerage business. The firm, at present, employs -SO persons. Daniels was a Prudential In- surance Co. agent when he co- founded the Daniels-Head firm, first located at Gallia and Gay Sis., later at 2915 Scioto Trail and at 709 Sixth St. firm moved to its present opposed by Edward Leach, city solicitor. "It's ridiculous to meet on he said. would be chaos." Leach said Council must he informed of legislation 24 hours prior to a meeting and it is impossiibe for his secretary to work on legislation Monday be- cause of the great work-load for Municipal Court that day. This means legislation would have to be prepared on Tues- day or finished the previous week. "I would rather have a meet- ing on said Leach. could have the legislation the previous Friday." "A week is a said Staplelon. "You don't operate my of- fice." retorted Leach. The legislators then recessed briery and afterwards passed the motion. Council enacted an ordinance authorizing the issuance of S60.- 000 in notes in anticipation of the issuance of bonds for the 1 wo proposed city parking lots on lh? northeast and southwest corners of Seventh and Chilli- cothe Sts. City Manager Huxley Ken- nedy'said the total cost of the (Turn to Page 12, Column 6) i ing in n tv i Columbus. ar accident ill. not enough t tcr final approval. Tho 18-niembnr commission! Dutiei, n native of_Soutn completed its work with a sev-j Wr-bster was a son of Mr. and 'en-hour meeting Wednesday andiMrs. Wesley Duiicl of South a six-hour session Thursday, thciWebster. He also is survived High floitrl US, Ohio (AP) nf MI- -jource added, and almost cer- tainly will not meet again al- By PAUL NELSON Times Staff Writer i Anticipated enrollment in j Portsmouth city school system With summer vacation rapidly is expected to he This is drawing to a close only a few j approximately -10 students less days remain until thousands of j than last year. Scioto County children will be; teachers' meetin" at by his wife and five children. ..................n........ 'The former Scioto Countian though it floes not go oufof" busi-jis believed to have been killed ness until the end of in the two-car mishn.p i The report, plus iO volumes a.m. at Dresden and The David Shrove, of is charged k'lling Susrin Clark, an OSL' student, during a roiibory at temp: in her a part- Judge Leonard burban Bexley, of the 10th District Court of Ap-j peals, was appointed by Gov. James A. Rhodes today as tit justice of the Ohio Supreme! aboui. The earlier killing, in Court. 'which Petry's boyfriend. Judge Stern will lake the William Sproat, was killed. are que.-iionsng Shrove supporting research, are to be released in the next two to three weeks. The sex re-education program needed is so massive that o in Columbus, i seat vacated when Justice C.: Mis.-, Peiry. a daughter of Mr. Tho bociv was moved first to I William O'Neill was named chief, and Mr-.-. Paul Petry, 2201 Sci- Universily Hospital in Colum- bus, then'to D. W. Davis Funer- al Home in South Webster, Inside The Times Around Portsmouth Page returning to classes. I Sept. 8 in Portsmouth High Students in Mew Boston will j School auditorium is to be fol- start classes Monday, while lowed by curriculum meetings. Notre Dame High School and I Teachers are to meet at 1 p.m. St. Mary's and Holy Redeemer grade schools will open Sept. 1. Portsmouth city schools and all rural Scioto County schools will begin classes Sept. In New Boston, students Glenwood High School are report at Monday; those at Oak Street Elementary School at and students at Stanlon Avenue Elementary School at Notre Dame High School stu- dents are to report to classes Sept. 1 for orientation. Fresh- man are to report at 9; sopho- mores at juniors at 1 p.m. and seniors at 2 p.m. On Wednesday all students at Notre Dame will report at Enrollment is expected to be that day for staff meetings at assigned buildings. All students are to report to classes Sept. 0 on the following .._......_ ._ .._ _ 'nlyj al the federal government can fi-jwhere arrangements are, pend- nance it, the draft report justice of the high court in Oto Trail, was a student al Ml. April. The new appointment is'st. Joseph's College in Cincin- effective Sept. 1 and continues until a successor is elected and: has qualified. F I 'schedule: Portsmouth High at i School, 8: East High School, 8; to [Grant Junior High School, McKinley Junior High School, and all elementary schools, 9. Supt, Tennyson Fannin said elementary and junior high stu- suite of offices in the former Comics Long Furniture Co. building at [Death Notices 709 Sixth St. in 1965. The insurance executive had served as secretary-treasurer, executive vice president and (Turn to DANIELS, Page 12) Editorial Page Horoscope Markets Sports Television and Radio Women's News 41 between 280 and 290. W] Notre Dame students will not lii attend classes Sept. 4, but will 6: report at the regular time Sept. 10 11 j 8-9 Students at both St. Mary's and Holy Redeemer grade 5' schools are to report to classes dents attend only a half- day session Sept. p. The seventh graders at McKinley will re- main through the lunch pro- gram and part of the afternoon. First grade students will at- tend only a half-day the first week of school. The superintendent said prin- cipals are now available in their buildings to register all new students in grades Kindergarten through 52. New students at the junior high or high school level are encouraged lo report early in order to preregister for sub- MESSAGE FOR PEACE. Top business executives in the. San Francisco Bay area paste, up what is purported lo be the world's longest billboard words for a down- town billboard. The first of 91 such boards posted Thursday in the Bay region, it is part of a to Columbus fo the OSU Library in her .--.lifiirf nrm stopped by lo visit Thev sTabhod sev- eral times and Miss Petry was No cii-ii'sc.-: hsvc been filed in Poirv case, but police isre aitemptinj: to determine if Shrevi: was in 'ho campus area i the nis'nt, of the double murder. 12 Killnl In Raclforcl Arsenal Explosion RADFORD, Va. (AP) Ttie iRadford Army arsenal was rocked early today by an explo- jsion (hat killed two employes, injured four other persons and caused an estimated damage. The explosion and fire oc- curred shortly after the third shift had gone on duty at mid- nighf. Officials said a 2a-by-6Q-foot building was destroyed. plant is operated under government contract by Her- cules, Inc. Plant officials said (Turn to Page 12, Column 1) campaign sponsored by Business Executives Move for Vietnam Peace. (UPI Telepholo.) an investigation is under way to determine what caused the ex- plosion.   

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