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   Steubenville Herald Star (Newspaper) - February 10, 1973, Steubenville, Ohio                                STEUBENVILLE HERALDSTAR 213 Nwt of Mtngo Junction end the TrhStote Area PHONE 2825311 FEBRUARY 1973 30 PAGES IN 3 SECTIONS 60c Study Blasts Civil Rights Enforcement WASHINGTON AP From President Nixon federal enforcement of civil rights lacks a sense of says the United States Commis sion on Civil There is no government wide plan for civilrights en said a commission report published Without presidential lead ership a steady erosion of the progress toward equal equal justice and equal protec tion under the Constitution will the study On what should be it added The first requirement of any such effort on the part of the chief executive and his ap pointees is that of an unequivo forceful implementation of all the civil rights laws now on the Presidential press secretary Ronald Ziegler declined to comment on the For the first time since Con gress created the commission in the Theodore Hesburgh was not listed as a Father president of the University of Notre turned in a rou tine resignation after the elec tion in November and President Nixon accepted The commissions vice chair man is Stephen president of Long Beach State Other members are Frankle Free a Louis attorney Maurice chancellor of the University of Denver Robert professor University of North Carolina and Manuel a Los Angeles The commission issued the first in its series of reports two years ago and found that de spite an impressive array of federal civil rights execu tive orders and the promise of equal justice for all Americans had not approached In a third followup re the commissions con clusion is that the federal effort is highly Our findings are dis mayingly similar to those in our earlier the study Coup Threatening Uruguay President Uruguay AP Rebellious military commanders vowed today to keep the pressure on Uruguays civilian government even though President Juan Bor daberry bowed to their threats and relieved his newly appoint ed defense The army and air force com manders had demanded the ouster of retired Antonio Francese from the post he had held for only three pro claiming they would not obey his who for 28 tense hours defied the army and air force late Friday ac cepted Francese giving his yearold government a stunning A squadron of 14 tanks and armored personnel carriers were sent back to their posts after having been dispatched by the generals to a park near Bordaberrys residence But the military also an nounced a list of demands and declared that the national po lice would be removed from the jurisdiction of the Interior De partment and placed under the armed The crisis developed because be generals had demanded a greater role in combating al leged political but felt appointment of the new de fense minister was a step in the wrong After their show of force the generals demanded the govern ment give the armed forces active participation in com bating economic crimes and administrative corruption and in the fight against mono polies and the influence of MarxismLeninism Jet Out of Crash Witness Claims AP An eyewitness says a Navy jet which plunged into an apart ment complex here resembled a shooting star and appeared to be completely out of control be fore But the fivemember Navy board of inquiry panel failed to turn up any evidence Friday whether mechanical or human error was to blame for the crash on Wednesday Eight bodies and portions of a ninth have been Searchers continue to sift the ashes of the Tahoe Apartments building for victims officials say may have been cremated by the Intense fire which de stroyed the fourstory struc They say some victims probably will never be The death toll probably will total Including the eaid Roland Alameda County chief deputy Some residents unaccounted for Weather Partly cloudy and cold with a chance of a few snow flurries today highs In the mid and upper 20s clear and cold tonight 8 to 15 sunny and not quite as cold Sunday highs in the upper 20s and low Temperatures Today at 11 23 degrees at Stcubenvillo filtration plant Friday 26 In todays Uciuldbtar previously have now reported they he I was facing the window and observed what initially I thought was a shooting star or Longquist testified at the Navy inquiry a pilot at Alameda Naval Air said he watched the fiery ob ject for about three seconds Wednesday night from his less than a mile from the crash It appeared to be trailing There were no identi fying features to know it was an Longquist It was descending rapidly at a 60 to 80 degree angle from my viewpoint and was completely uncontrolled flight either the pilot was in capacitated or had no Richard a flight told the Naval board the Robert Lee of was killed in the Military clothing and a human hand believed to be Wards were recovered from the along with eight charred Kissinger Meets Viets POW Release Plans Made SEASON Steels Lake Erie Roger ties up at Lorain to wait out the winter season on the Great This he lake shipping season was extended to its longest in history by modern methods and winters finally forced the boats up Friday until warmer weather Wirepnoto n Alaskans Stunned Occupying f World Heads By Pipeline Ru le Germanv AP The Germany AP The world currency crisis and the value of the beleaguered dollar dominated discussions to day among government leaders end central The Japanese government said it was not opening its for eign exchange market for the regular halfday A spokesman said Japan feared a flood of dollars since Europes money the other places speculators can easily sell off their were closed for the Secrecy surrounded the cur irent round of discussions among officials dealing with the slumping The heads of the worlds larg est central banks prepared for their monthly meeting in But there was no word if they might do to halt the specula Britains treasury An thony declined com ment when he returned to Lon don from Paris after meeting with his French and West Ger man There also were no details re leased on Fridays telephone conversations between Chan cellor Willy Brandt of West Germany and President Nixon and the British and French heads of There were indications Nixon was get ting a steady flow of reports about the dollars but a spokesman turned aside all questions on the dollar Fridays speculation was par ticularly apparently be cause of fears of drastic action over the the tradition al time to change currency val Brandts government spent an estimated billion Friday to support the but It still closed at That Is below the official floor of marks for the dollar which was set 14 months ago by the Smith sonian conference in Washing Alaska AP Alaskan leaders have reac ted with shock to a ap peals court ruling which again has sidetracked at least tempo rarily construction of a pipeline to tap the oil riches of the Ar ctic The 150page opinion made public in Washington late Fri day overturns a jower court de cision by ruling that an extra wide federal land corridor for the proposed 789mile oil pipe line violates provisions of the Mineral Leasing Act of Worst Possible This Is the worst possible opinion that could have said an aide to Alaska William The 1920 law specifies that rightsofway over public land must be limited to a width of 25 feet on either side of the pipe Circuit Court of Appeals for the District of Co lumbia the 146foot rightofway the Interior De partment has proposed grant ing to Alyeska Pipeline Service is Alyeska is a con sortium of several oil com panies with interests in the Prudhoe Bay oil fields of the Arctic Since all parties agree that construction of the proposed 48 inch diameter pipeline is im possible if all construction work must take place within the width we must enjoin issuance of the special landuse permit until Congress changes the applicable the court An oil company spokesman here called the 150page ruling ungodly Alyeska declined to predict the effect of the The proposed pipeline would run 789 miles from Prudhoe Bay on the North at the northern tip of to the icefree port of Valdez on the Gulf of where the crude oil would be transferred to su pertankers for shipment to 3 Contest It Among those contesting con struction were the Wilderness Environmental Defense Fund and Friends of the Fridays ruling came on then appeal of an opinion issued in Washington last August by District Court Judge George who had lifted a tempora ry injunction blocking pipeline He had ruled that the Interior Department and Alyeska had abided by the National Envi ronmental Policy Act in publi cation of a environ mental impact Since environmentalist attorneys narrowed their legal attack to two key arguments that the impact statement was inadequate and that the pro posed federal permits would violate federal rightofway lim It was not clear immediately what legal alternatives were left open to Alyeska and Interi or Department Strike Heads Imprisoned PHILADELPHIA AP The Pennsylvania Supreme Court will continue discussions Monday on the question of bail for two officials of the striking Philadelphia Federation of jailed for defying a strike The justices were unable to reach a decision Friday on an appeal by Frank union and John chief treasurer and chief who were sentenced to six months to four years in prison on charges of criminal President Judge Donald who sentenced the Friday in Philadelphia Pleas called their disobedience of his 11 injunction absolutely After ordering imme diate Jamieson said he would consider bail only when the teachers end their five weekold strike against the na tions fourth largest school sys The union represents some of the systems Other union members perform nonteaching duties in the News Briefs Youth Charged In Weirton Fire WEIRTON A 17yearold Hancock County youth has been charged with arson In con nection with a fire here 27 that destroyed the Murphy variety store and damaged several other down town The Weirton juvenile was not identified by court The warrants charging arson were signed by the fire Damage to the building and structure of The Kusic property waj estimated at and to the personal property mer chandise of the Murphy at Bureau Of Support Activated ExPueblo Captain Staffs Mine Fleet ship was captured five years ago by the North Is a member of Guambased group Amusements Ann Landers Bridge News Church News Comics Crossword Deaths Editorial Page Horoscope Spoils Television Won HI ii a Iugrs 10 11 11 I 21 21 3 6 5 16 It 5 The Jefferson County Bureau of Support was established officially yesterday by Common Pleas Court Judges Dominlck Ollvlto and Brenner The Bureau will have the powers and perform such duties ns are provided by state law and will take over the functions of the Clerk of Courts Alimony William Powers of State Route RD former Steubenville Municipal Court was named ad ministrator of the Marcia Straka alimony clerk In Common Pleas was named clerk in the Bureau of The jietv Bureau is housed on the second floor of the Courthouse opposite the Clerk of Courts legal department and Turn to Page 7 WASHINGTON AP The former commander of the Navy Lloyd Is the chief staff officer of the mine flotilla assigned to clear mines from North Viet namese Pentagon offi cials whose intelligence Mineflot of mine sweepers making up the Navys antimtne force in the the officials said Fri Ohioans Sue 2 Pittsburgh Firms Ohio Treasure and West Irrghouse Credit both of are accused of vio lating the Consumer Credit Protection and Interstate Land Sales Acts in a suit filed here by four Akron area The plaintiffs allege in the suit filed In District Court that the companies filed for judgments against them for de faulting on payments for some recreational land even though they were not in The suit was filed by Larry Cotton of Robert and Barbara Booth of Wadsworth and Rita Smrekar of Barbher Agneiv To Give Nixon Trip Details WILLIAM POWERS Niuuud Adiulutatrutor MARCIA OXIEtt Clerk SAN AP President Nixon gets a personal report at Western White House today from Vice President Spiro just back from a special mission to eight Southeast Asian He is the first of Nixons two top postwar emmissaries to re turn from talis with Asian National Security Ad viser Henry Kissinger was in Hanoi today and will be in Peking next Agnew has had little to say publicly on his 13day which ended when his presiden tial jet arrived at El Toro Ma rine Air Station near here Fri day Exchanges To Begin On Monday SAIGON AP Henry Kissinger opened four days of postwar talks in Hanoi while and Vietnamese rep resentatives in Saigon made fi nal plans for the release of about 142 American and Vietnamese prisoners of war Kissinger landed in an Air Force jet shortly before noon at Hanois Giam Lam which was heavily damaged last December by bomb He was the first ranking official to set foot in Hanoi to over a New Relationship Kissinger said that President hopes that this vtaJtcatt inaugurate an en tirely new relationship between the United States and North Kissinger said he would take up with the Hanoi leadership a ceasefire for It has always been the as sumption of the govern ment that a ceasefire in Viet nam would be rapidly followed by a ceasefire in Kis singer MI shall this and other matters on my visit to A few hours before Kissin gers arrival in North Vietnam accused the United States of violating the Vietnam peace agreement by continuing air attacks in Laos and Cam A Radio Hanoi broadcast cited Article 20 of the agree ment which says that foreign countries shall put an end to all military activities in Cambodia and In the senior repre sentatives of the United North and South Vietnam ana the Viet Cong met all day at Tan Son Nhut Air Base to pre pare for the first prisoner re patriation under the Vietnam peace North Vietnam is to release about 115 American airmen On the same 27 American prisoners are to be released in South Vietnam at Quan near An 80 miles north of Saigon and 10 miles from the Cambodian bor Two thousand North Viet namese and Viet Cong and 000 Soufch Vietnamese prisoners also will be exchanged at Quan Pleiku province in the cen tral and Dong just below the demilitarized sources said two North Vietnamese dele gates to the Joint Military Commission suffered super ficial head injuries and a South Vietnamese liaison officer was temporarily hospitalized from a rockthrowing incident Friday involving an airport Hanois foreign ministry claimed eight Nortn Vietnam ese were A North Vietnamese foreign ministry statement also charged that South Vietnamese military police and troops had harassed the North Vietnamese and Viet Cong delegations since they arrived at the Joint Mili tary Commission headquarters at Saigons In an estimated South Vietnamese demonstra ted in sampans off the island headquarters of North Viet nams military commission They burned effigies of Ho Chi Vo Nguyen Hanois defense and other Communist Gunmen Rob Store An undetermined amount of money was taken Friday af ternoon wtien two holdup one armed with a robbed the manager and comanager of the 532 3rd Fritz the reported he and the co Robert were by the Candy counter when two men approached an nounced it was a and that there were four persons in the and directed the managers to walk to the At Hie one of the holdup men took a paper bag and 1illed it with Robinson said the men fled west on lloss The robbery was reported at Aquuuaut Lounge Check Mate Limited Sale All mcrclmndise Vi buy and   

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