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   El Paso Herald-Post (Newspaper) - April 25, 1969, El Paso, Texas                             El Paso HeraldPost The Newspaper Tliai Serves Its Readers VOL LXXX1X NO 99 EL PASO TEXAS FRIDAY APRIL 25 1969 DELIVERED BY CAKRier 35c PER WEEK HOME CLOSING STOCKS PRICE TEN CENTS SECTIONS SANDOVAL SBA AIDE UNDER FIRE REPORTER PETER BROCK rides elephant from Union De pot to the Coliseum Reporter Rides High Pachyderm Packs Pete in Parade The hardestassignment I everliad Thats what Peter Brock HeraldPost reporter saidafter his rideon an elephant belonging to Ring ling Brothers andBarnum and Bailey Circus was and the only thing more difficult was tryinf toappear relaxed and confi including the imaginative and said fcfter hisride rollicking Alice m WayOut Qtnv ne i Youride way up in front1 Wonderland touted as thu betweenthe shoulder most elaborate and exciting felt like blades They cement THE PARADE of circus ani mals down Paisano drive from Union Depot heralded the arrival of the circus The box office at the Coliseum began ticket sales The first perform ance was today This yearsedition of the circus highlights over 20 acts making their American debuts Inaddition Ringling Bros and Barnum and Bailey presents five elaborate new super productionnumbers circus spectacle in history Performers in the 1969 cir cus include jugglers tiger trainers tumblers wirewalk ers aerial artists flying tra peze stars acrobats clowns horsemen teeterboard stars and all the rest This season The Greatest Show on Earth is touring the largest and most complete exhibition ofper forming animals ever includ ing tigers elephants horses ponies chimpanzees dogs bears camels zebras and lla mas The circus will be here through Tuesday Nervous System Affected Report Says Smokers Display Nicotine Need ST LOOTS Md St Louis University heart researcher reports that his research team has proved through animal experimentation chronic smokers not only are psychologically dependent on cigarettes but also have a genuine physiolog North Korea Says Nixon Spurring War South Korea Claims Neighbor Sets Bait For United States SEOUL TJPI Com munist North Korea ac cused President Nixon to day of tryingto provoke a new war in Korea and said We are fully pre paredto return retalia tion for retaliation all out war for all out war South Korea accused the North of trying to bait the United States into rash action An official editorial broad cast by Pyongyang Radio fol lowed a warning by South Korean President Park Chung Hee against the disaster that would result if the United States extended its patient and selfrestrainttoo far in dealing with North Korea PARK SAID Nixon had taken wise and adequate moves thus far following the Communists downing of a US plane with 31 men aboard last week and accused North Korea of trying to lure the United States into so Red China and the Soviet Union would aid them ia another Korean war Nodong Shinmum thfe most authoritative North Korean Labor Party Communist publication said North Korea will never allow anyone to insult and provoke us It said Nixons efforts to provoke a new war had reached an all the more reckless stage Nodong Shinmun denounced US reconnaissance flights deep nrto North Korean air space as hostile acts IT SAID STATEMENTS by Nixon at a news conference April 18 were provocative utterancesthat fully revealed the aggressive inten tion of the US imperialists to lead the situation further to war by aggravating tension in Korea Excessive selfrestraint on the part of the United States and the Republic of South Korea could lead the North Korean Communists to make a miscalculation and misjudg ment on the basis of which they could commit a more dangerous playing with fire Park said I think our patience and Turn to Page A7 ical need for nicotine Dr B D Bhagat associate professor of pharmacology and physiology said these findiags are the first concrete evidence of the bodily mecha nism that impedes chronic smokers from kicking the habit He also said the find ings are the first proof that nicotine causes aleration in a main body hormones pattern in the brain Bhagat said nicotine injec tions in the body as in smok ing caused a sustained increase of production and uti lization by the brain of the neurohormone norepinephrine which affects the nervous sys tem The hormone Bhagat said is located in various regions of the body but its greatest sig nificance is its presence and action in the brains hypothal amus which regulates mans behavorial changes Bhagat said previous researchers concentrated on nicotines effects on the nor ma level of morepinephrine and foundno definite changes 1 He said that changed in the rate of production of norepine phrine levels rather than changes in normal levels are a correlate with nicotinein duced behavorial changes Smoking Prolongs Life WASHINGTON A tobacco industry representative told Congress smoking actually may prolong life in some cases Fred S Royster told the House Commerce Committee which is studying the law for bidding the government from regulating cigarette advertis ing it is possible that the relaxation and contentment and enjoyment produced by smoking has lengthened many lives Congress Starts Work On Tax Bill WASHINGTON UPI was back to the drawing boards today for Nixon Administration tax experts Rep Wilbur D Mills D the most powerful man in Congress on taxation told Treasury officials yesterday the House is going to pass by August the most comprehen sive tax reform bill since 1954 He said it would be more sweeping than the Administra tions proposal to close loop holes Treasury Undersecretary Charles E Walker and Assist ant Scretary Edwin S Cohen promised Mills the Adminis tration would work with his Ways and Means Committee The tax writing panel goes into private session next Tues day to start writing Tax Legis lation to cut taxes for the Turn to Page A7 Shrine Ring Race Heats as Entry Is Made by McVeighMaybe More The annual Shrine ring race heated up today with entry of a third candidate Jack Make Hay McVeigh Jr and a report that a mystery candidate from Odessa may make it a fourway contest McVeigh is advertising executive for Radio Station XELO the 50000watt station According to his campaign manager Pat Goff of the Shrine Motor Patrol McVeigh is campaigning on a slogan of Volts for Votes His powerful voice is heard around the world said Goff THE REPORTED Odessa candidate is such a dark horse that he cannot yet be seen friends said but his announce ment is expected momentari iy Already announced are Ver non Odell Darling Darby of 9306 Albany avenue and Ber nie Flicker Bracher of 9800 drive Mr Bracher is campaigning froijr a mobile unit with beer and pretzels and Mr Darby claims support of the E Maida Greeters and the Pecos Shrine Club Activities of El Maida Shrine Temple spring ceremo nials are under way for the weekend The ring winner will chosen tomorrow after noon Campus Blacks Fire Bomb n n Probed More College Buildings Assistant United Press International Four fire bombs were lobbed into a library on the Bronx Campus of New York University to day Black students at Colgate University bar ricadedthemselves inside a faculty club and at Cornell University Black Students said they were going to keep their guns The fire bombing of the Sage Engineering Library on the Bronx Campus caused only slight damage The attack followsd a day of disoi ders around New York City involving at least one other fire bombing at a school The Bronx Campuswas the scene earlier thisweek ofa sitin to protest the firing of a professor It was the second time in eight days a campus building was fire bombed ABOUT 35 MEMBERS of Colgates Association for Black Collegians ABC entered Merrill House and evicted the housekeeper A large picture of the late Mal colmX a Black Muslim lead er was placed in a window was notcertain whether the Colgate blacks were armed but a u n i y e r s i t y spokesman said he did not believetheywere Earlier this week the ABC said Colgates 45 black stu dents would leave the Hamil ton NY schoolandwould riot return until the university made a moral commitment to the black people THE COLGATE chapter of the Students for a Democratic Society issued a state ment in support of theBIack Occupation Force which warned against use of police Should they police be NEW YORK STUDENT Mounted poi dows threatening intimidating shopkeep licemen watch the action as foot policemen ers passersby and throwing knives and and students clash on Flatbush avenue near metal darts hones oj the mounted police Erasmus Hall High School in Brooklyn Some f men Fourteen demonstrators were arrested 7M students went on a three hourrampsge and three were injured in the main business breaking Story Page Dl brought in it is quite ons urtil they were guaran would stop normal teaching university is finished if teed protection against repris activities unless all arms are als removed from the campus Racist policies were still Many members of the facu1 practiced by Cornell Jones ty said they felt Cornell had said The armed intransigence of the Black Cornelhans had apparently spurred a faculty revolttodayv said At Cornell in Ithaca N Y Thomas R Jones a spokes manfor the v AfroAmerican Society AAS said nothing has been gained terrorist JONES SAID the AAS was not satisfied with concessions won after last w e ekends armed occupation of the schools student center by blacks The black students he said would keep their weap surrendered to black students The Reserve Officer Train ing Corps dress parade was threatened with disruptionat Princeton University m Prin cetor NJ The radical SJDS1 vowed its members would swarm onto the Princeton drall field and break up the military exercise Deoartment o f Government quit so did a Professor of Government and 15 members of the History and Govern ment Department said they Oliver Goodman Named TankColumn Executive Aide to Mayor Oliver E Goodman was named today as Execu tive Assistant to Mayor Pete de Wetter Goodman will assume his duties May 1 Mayorde Wetter said Goodman is now manager of the Interna tional Cities Convention and Tourist Bureauand bereplaced in that position by assistant manager Paul Butts Mayor de Wetter cited the increase in city government activity that has resulted from thev dynamic growth of El Paso during the past 15 years THE MAYOR SAID The sheer volume of admiriistra live detail and the fact that many ofthe ceremonial duties of the mayor cannot be dele gated necessitate filling the position I have known Mr Goodman for a number of years and I have been great ly impressed by his adminis trative ability He brings to this position a wealth of knowledge and experience acquired during his civilian and military careers The Executive Assistant will have offices across the hall from the mayor in the former dfficas of the alder men He will spend the first few weeks getting acquainted with City department chiefs the Mayor said Mayor de Wetter said that his executive assistant will be Inside Your HeraldPost EP Weather Bureau Pair cooler and windy Details on Page B3 Amusements BSS AnnCarroll B10 Classified D2545178910 Crossword and Oomics C 7 DearAbby B 7 DeathsD 2 Dr B U L ConnerB 2 responsible for much of the routine administration in the mayors office will act as 1 i ai son man between the mayor and the City depart ment heads and will provide staff assistance in budgetary matters GOODMAN WILL also prov ide liaiison with and staff assistance to the Civic Center Board the MayorsCouncil on Civic Action and the Citizens Liaison Committee Mayor de Wetter indicated that Goodman will do staff planning in the area of City promotion Drawing Upon his Chamber of Commerce back ground Goodman said that he expects the promotion of El Paso to be aprime areaof activity He said There are discussions under way to determine what can be done to advertise this area and I think wehave a lotto sell The County recently stopped all advertising and promotion activities for theEl Pa so area Mayor de Wetterpointed out that an important area of activity for Goodman will be to ensure that constructive criticism and suggestions received from El Paso citi zens regarding city govern OLIVER E GOODMAN ment are given prompt con sideration and attention GOODMAN 48 and a Cali fornia native came io El Paso in 1935 Since October 17 1966 he has been manager ofthe International Cities Convention and Tourist Bureau Goodman retired from the US Air Force in August 1962 returned to El Paso where he earned a BA degree from the Turn to Page A7 Repels Assault SAIGON UPONorth Viet namese soldiers hurling hand grenades iandbundles of ex plosives charged a US and SouthVietnamesetank column camped wagon trairstyle near the Laotian border todayThe leveled theirguns and broke the attack ktlling guerillas Military s p o k e s men announcing the threehour bat tlfr alsodisclosed moreheavy B52 raids against Communist bivouacs along the Cambodian border and ai US air and artillery against a Communist bunkercomplex inside the Demilitarized Zone THEUS AND South Viet namese tanks had settled in for the night at an Allied gun below the administrator of the Affidavit Alleges Influence Peddling By Albert Fuentes SAN ANTONIO TJPI Rep Henry B Gonzalez made public to day a sworn affidavit in which a manufacturer charged he wai askedto incorporate his flrm and give 49 per cent of the stock to a group for help in obtaining Small Business Administration loan The affidavit member of the group was Albert Fuentes Jr a special assist ant to Hilary Sandovaladmin istrator in Washington of SBA Fuentes was southwest era chairman of the Viva Nixon clubs and pre sent job in February THE MAN WHO signed the affidavit under oath is Eman uel Salaiz owner and operator HeraldPostAustln Bureau A VST INA resolution honoring Hilary Sandoval Jr of El fuo and Inviting him to address the Legisla ture has been Introduced in the Texas House Repre sentatives Suidoval lieu r rent y serving it admintitrator of the Small Buiineis Adminis tration in The resolution hMMriag Sandaval tatndwMd kjr Rep Raul Munta legislators Sandeval Is pralsadasjui outstanding Texan aad U invited to address a Jttot session of the at his carllMt CMvaal enca of E S Sales Co which makes ornamentalhardware Gonzalez m a press confer ence in hisSanAntonio office said he is demanding an immediate investigating as well as suspensionofpaentei He said he wants a complete examination of all records of loans by the SBA in South Texans since Fuentes took off ice Gonzales said he already has spoken to the chief counsel of the House Banking and Cur rercy Committee The counsel scheduled to meet Saturday with Sandoval about loans in New York IT IS ABSOLUTELY imperative that every of doubt of politicallnfluenca peddling by exposed and elim inated as well as the possibili ty of Gonzalez said haverbeen reportsof advances made for kickbacks as well asfor shakedowns Gonzalez made public two documents Onewas a report by W J Garyinassisuiijt and two miles from Laos in South Vietnams far northwest corner The communists opened their thrust with a bar rage of mortar fire front re ports said ThreeAmericans died and 12 werewounded in the fight ing while South Vietnamese headquarters listed losses to 200 men as moderate meaning that up to 30 could have been killed or wounded Turn to Page El Paso Sunshine The sun shone today for the 434th consecutive day The sun has fatted to shine only 4 days out of the past 2758 days April 25 1969 Volunteer Force Workable Idea Officer Says Draft Can Be Replaced Editorials Markets School News Sports TV Programs Womens News B 2 C S B 4 C2M5 D 5 BI7 By MARSHALL HAIL A volunteer fighting force to replace the draft is a worka ble idea in the opinion of Capt Chester W Malins of Corpus Christi USNR presi dent of the Texas Department of the Reserve Officers Assn Capt Malins was here for the ROAsannual conference opening late todayat Hotel Cortez and ending tomorrow More than 100 delegates were expected AS AN organization we have taken no stand on volun teer military service to elimi our section meets here The resolutions committee may have a resolution on it My personal reaction is that a voluntary system is workable if given proper support We could have a hap pier and more proficient Army Navy and Air Force provided the pay and working conditions are commensurate with those in civilian life We wold get a fine body ormen It would cost no more than the present system It would not be necessary to keep a large standing force But we would have to have a well brought into action moments notice on a nate the draft but it is one of trained wellequipped volun the things to be discussedat teer reserve that could be CAPT MALINS said Texas has the third largest ROA department in the US being outranked only by California and NewYork Rear Admiral Alexander Jr of Washington assistant director of the ROA of the US will be keynote speaker at i the opening general session of the conference at 9 ajm tomorrow Delegates will be welcomed by Mayor Pete de Wetter Other high ROA officials due here for the conference include Brig Gen Homer I Lewis of Eagle Pass national president M Massad assist ant secretary of defense for reserve affairs Brig Gen Albert B Jones deputy chief Army Reserve Capt Victors Radlinski deputy chief of staff for Naval Reserve 8th Naval District and Lt Col Robert Moreman chief of personnel division office ofchief Alr Force r Reserve DR M director of Thomason General Hospital who is a brigadier general in the Air Force Reserve is president of the El Paso ROA chapter Willfcm F Young Jr El Paso 11 confer ence chairman   

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