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Steubenville Herald Star (Newspaper) - May 28, 1973, Steubenville, Ohio STEUBENVILLE HERALDSTAR 304 Compftfft Coverage of Mingo function omf he fdStoti PHONE 2825311 MAY 36 PAGES IN 3 SECTIONS Copy IOC carrier Duly CREWMEN MOVE INTO SKYLAB Skeptics Rip Nixon Stand On Security WASHINGTON AP Democratic National Chairman Robert Strauss said Sunday President Nixon is attempting to justify a partial Watergate coverup on the pretext of pro tecting national But he I think the public will understand the dif ference between national secur ity and Nixon Also Disagreed Stuart D also disagreed with Nix ons newly voiced statement that the various Watergate in vestigations threaten to uncov er sensitive national One of the good things thats going if there is any good is that I think its going to show the people the dangers of as well as the dan gers of trying to blanket every thing with the two na tional Symington Isnt Related acting chairman of the Senate Armed Services said most of what the panel has uncovered in its recent investigations isnt re lated to national security at The committee is probing links between government spies and the Watergate Nixon said Tuesday he had ordered limitations last year on the FBIs investigation of the Watergate affair to protect na tional He said present investigations by Congress and federal prosecutors threaten to uncover more national security including details of a 1970 plan to use for spying in the United First To Reveal who was the first to reveal the existence of that plan sail he hopes it will be declassified The plan had Nixons approval for five days before it was aban doned at the objection of then FBI director Edgar who reportedly didnt want his agents engaging in illegal Strauss was interviewed on NBCs Meet the Press Sym ington on CBS Face the Na Strauss also referred to Nix ons statement that he had been under a mistaken impression that the CIA was involved in the Watergate and that this was one reason he gave orders that the FBI not uncover secret operations of the CIA or the White Just Pick Up Phone If he thought the CIA might have been involved hi Im saying all he had to do was pick up the phone and ask Strauss He didnt have to guess about Im saying I dont think there was any reason to believe that they couldnt rely on the Strauss is a former FBI Symington said at the outset of this interview that he still finds it hard to believe that the President wasnt aware that his aides were pressuring CIA offi cials to engage in a wider cov erup than Nixon had Not For Impeachment Symington that he Would not vote for im peaching He also said he doubts that the House would vote for impeachment based on the evidence Strauss said the public wishes to believe that Nixon wasnt in volved personally in the scan and is more concerned about the current rise in prices than it is in the Watergate scan Full Probe Opens Into Agent Crash KEY AP A military investigation was begun Sunday into the crash of an Army helicopter carrying secret service agents off Grand Cay Island in the killing one agent and injuring nine other men President Nixon ordered the probe after he was informed of the crash Saturday The with an Army crew of was ferrying seven se cret service agents from Key to presidential guard duty at the private island where Nixon and his family spending the Into Ocean The a two engine turbine Sikorsky crashed into the Atlantic ocean about a quartermile off the island while coming in for a night The helicopter remained a float after the but turned over In the The dead Clifford of married and the father of two girls aged four years and two trapped in the waterfilled The Dade medical ex aminer said he died of asphixia due to He had been In the secret service about three White House photographer 01 lie who was waiting at the aceanside helipad to be picked up for a flight to a near by Bahamian heard the Baptists Stress Human Needs At National Meet AP Delegates of the American Bap tist Churches of the end ed their 66th national meeting here Sunday with a call to give top priority to human needs is million members of the church will be asked em phasize the social responsibility for meeting human needs be tween now and the church s next biennial convention in Other social issues selected for attention were professional church the crisis in the health care delivery system and problems of the Middle helicopter make a splash of very short the engine cut and then just a long si A Normal Pass He said it had made a nor mal pass over the helipad a few minutes before and went down in pitch The White House said the helicopter Army Chief Warrant Officer Ronald of Dale as sisted the agents in getting out of the overturned aircraft and launched a rubber The nine men were able to climb on top of the overturned helicopter to await rescue The in jured men received emergency treatment from White House William Lukash at Grand Cay and were helicoptered to Homestead Air Force Base Hospital in where they were treated for shock and kept overnight for With Family President Nixon went to the Island early Saturday after accompanied by his daughters Julie Eisen hower and Tricia their and Florida friend Bebe The island is owned by Nixons Rob ert The helicopter crash occurred at EOT The President expressed deep sadness and sympathy for the family of agent the White House and pressed concern for the agents and The Nixons returned by heli copter to Key Biscayne early Sunday afternoon and were to conclude their Memorial Day weekend stay here late Mon In todays HeraldStar Amusements Ann Landers Bridge Comics Crossword Puzzle Deaths Doctors Corner Editorial Page Horoscope Sports Television Womens Page 24 25 7 31 31 2 21 6 12 20 25 12 IN The American flag waves as a silent witness preserving the memory of William a casualty in the Civil They vinecovered marker has been in Union Cemetery since 1867 when the 20yearold Gray was Although the marker appears the flag demonstrates that perhaps a service club will always hold high the memory of those who have fought and died for our Photo by Larry HeraldStar Dentists Turning To Unionism For Strength WASHINGTON AP Stan ley Berkowitz carries a union number on the job He often spends time organizing and helps nego tiate contracts for his fellow He is a a San Fran is one of a growing number of physicians and dentists adopting big labor tactjcs to deal with what they sayis third party interfrence by government agencies and large insurance Beneath Dignity Such a move would have been regarded as beneath med ical dignity only a few years it is a subject of hot debate within the medical Doctors who favor union ization say that only through collective bargaining can they protect their professional and economic security against third which now pay two thirds of the nations medical Some who oppose the idea ar gue that although doctors would gain some temporary bargain ing they would end up losing influence and Small Number Of the doctors prac ticing medicine in the United only a small estimated variously between and belong to same form of guild or feder Despite including that from the American Medi cal the concept is John Las V e g general founded the Nevada Physicians Union a year and affiliated as Local 676 with the Service Employees International Since then seven more locals have been charted in six other states with nearly Weather Cloudy and mild with showers and thunderstorms today and tonight lows in the mid 50s variable cloudiness with rain highs in the rankandfile Same Type I cant readily be subjected to the same type of controls that one would find in an as sembly line says The whole issue is the the insurance the other third par ty people who are interfering in the license to practice medi If you want to translate this to the vernacular of the labor what were inter ested in is our working condi he Last Local negotiated with a private Las Vegas hospital what was be lieved to be the first collective bargaining agreement on behalf of physicians in private prac The contract set forth wages an hours and working barred strikes and gave the physicians final say on hospital Militant Move A recent national survey by the magazine Medical Opinion detected a real and unexpect edly militant mood for some form of physicians guild or un ion in the face of impending changes in medical practice such as a national health insur ance Three of every five doctors said they would join a union and a significant number of American doctors perhaps more than the magazine Never Deny Care Holmes asserted that his un ion would never deny medical care to a There are other weapons for tying up ad ministrative he such as refusing to fill out the forms required by Medi Catholic Priests Urge Full Vietnam Amnesty NEW YORK AP Leaders of orders of Roman Catholic priests and brothers in this country on Sunday urged un conditional amnesty a wip ing clean of the slate for all Americans who broke draft laws or deserted military units to avoid service in the Vietnam Declaring that the most ur gent need facing the United States is to reconcile bitter di visions that arose over the the national executive board of Conference of Major Superi ors of Men said Will Do Most We believe that a universal and unconditional amnesty will do the most at this time to pro mote The 14 board members of the which includes heads of about 180 orders made up of about priests and said the amnesty should apply to all evaders of military whether in underground or in the statement does not forgiv nor does it mean a judg ment that condemns nor con but is simply an act of a wiping clean of the an overlooking of any past legal No Conditions If it is to be a true forgett the amnesty must not im pose any penalizing such as alternative service or recording the facts of the case in public Any penal izing conditions would not heal division nor restore harmony to the The Paul of Chi president of the confer said the appeal is being communicated directly to Pres ident Nixon and all members of Nixon has opposed amnesty for draft evaders and The statement was also sent to all superiors of the Catholic mens urging them to share its contents with their and asking their backing of it at the annual assembly of mans religious su periors next Parasol Working To Cool Station Mission SPACE Houston AP Temperatures dropped steadily Sunday in the Skylab space now shaded by a partially deployed Three astronauts started mov ing into the space cabin that will be their home for Theres no doubt about the temperatures have come down in a lot of said the pleased Skylab 1 command Charles Conrad after a Sunday morning tour of the 118 ifootlong space Late Saturday Conrad his Paul Weitz and Joseph installed the sun shade on the overheated space station late Saturday and officials said the temperatures Sunday were like Phoenix on a warm sunny Of course there is still a lot of heat inside here but it feels pretty good down around the Conrad He said there were some local hot spots on one side where the umbrellalike sun shade failed to completely straighten Dropped Immediately Temperatures which had soared to more than 125 inside the unshaded space workshop started dropping almost imme diately after the astronauts popped the umbrella device into Readings dropped five degrees in the first four hours and some gauges were reading as low as 95 to 98 de grees by the time the crew the worlds largest spacecraft and the essential element in Americas new billion space began overheating shortly afer blas toff May A solar shield on the outside of the craft ripped away during allowing its naked hull to soak up solar Shards of the shield also ripped one solar power panel and jammed the cutting the stations electrical power by Force Curtailment Officials said the loss of pow er will force the astronauts to curtail their The primary experiments will test the medical response of the body to extended periods of Launch of the Skylab 1 crew was delayed 10 days to permit fabrication of some type of sun shade for the After the launch the astronauts tried unsuccessfully to free the jammed solar Four oth er fanning out from the station like the blades of a continue to operate as Viet Truce Chief Sees More Battles SAIGON AP The head of Canadas truce observers says with all the bloody stamp of civil has in tensified in some areas of Viet nam since the ceasefire was proclaimed four months Truce violations have been committed by both said Ambassador Michel Gauvin in an but he implied that most of the guilt lay w ti the Could Carry On Commenting on reports that exasperated by the im potence of the International Commission of Control and Su might soon withdraw its Gauvin said he believed the peacekeeping or ganization could carry on with out the But he said it might be diffi cult to find a replacement ac ceptable to both The other commission mem bers are Indonesia and Their work often is deadlocke by a split along EastWest with siding with Excerpts Excerpts from the Interview with the 53yearold FrenchCa nadian diplomat Q Do you think the peace keeping machinery as provided for in the Paris agreement ever had any chance of success A I believe that like all agreements this was a com promise and as a result cannot be an ideal Never the agreement is still a workable one if those signed it did so in good faith with the intention of living up to It is not so much the let teras the spirit thats impor Kissinger Mistake Q Do you think Kissin ger made a mistake in thinking the agreement would work A I dont There are a number of points in the agreement that are not too sat isfactory because they leave the issues For ex the presence of North Vietnamese troops in South Another thing is that the agreement never defined the lines of demarcation between the opposing the ceasefire came into effect without a proper Joint Miliary Commission in Q Is the ceasefire standing up pretty in im proving A Im not sure that it is im Ads Enforced Malaysia AP Movie theaters displaying Adults Only signs may get into trouble for not showing sexy enough The city council president said stern ac tion would be taken if it was found the signs had been used only as drawing cards to mis lead the I believe that as a re sult of the continued fighting there is a clearer demarcation between the opposing forces than there was but that is not an v But the level of fighting is decreasing A In certain But in others it has In the Mekong Delta for the terrorist attacks hav assassinations and that sort of What you have is a civil war with all the dramatic and un fortunate facets of civil Area Soldier Hurt Fatally In Auto Crash An East Liverpool soldier was injured fatally in a onecar accident miles south of Amsterdam on Amsterdam Road Saturday at Ritchie of 707 North Side was pronounced dead on arrival at John Medical A state highway patrol report said Myers was driving his car south when it went out of control on a sharp left The car then went off the right side of the hit an em rolled over and returned to the coming to rest on its The patrol report said seat belts were being used when the crash He was born in Richmond He was serving in the Army and was stationed at Fort Colorado Myers was the son of Richard Myers of Clairsville and Lawrence Margaret Malone of East He is survived by his Linda Lindsay and a Ritchie Myers both at home seven Charles of Richard and James of Howard of Gary and Donald of Hopedale and Rickie of Clairsville and seven Jesse Virginia Postlewaite of Mingo Lawrence Helen Hoobler of George Mary Alice Reed of Melvin June Kelly of John Anna Deller of Martins Howard Mildred Winland of and Ray Louise Elliott of Friends may call at the Dunlope Funeral Win today from 24 and 7 9 services there Tuesday at 2 the Lonnie B a 11 z Richmond Union Memorial Nite Dance This Girls Free next
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