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Valley Morning Star (Newspaper) - November 10, 1970, Harlingen, Texas cannot legislate the race into H Parkhurst VALLEY MORNING o 0 I OH Your H O o No 133 lOc Daily Sunday November 1970 Copyright 14 Pages Kent President Attacks Grand Jury Report WASHINGTON president of Kent State sity said Monday a special grand jury report on the of four students there threatens academic freedom on every major American college pus Robert I made the charges in his first public statement on the County grand jury's decision Oct to indict persons and virtually National Guardsmen of for the tragedy last my the grand jury report was disregarded clear if pursued in all its would eventually de- stroy not only Kent State but all major universities in White said The university president took exception to the grand jury's finding that Kent State officials were responsible for the slayings because they allegedly followed a policy of general failed to control elements and i the right In dissent hold no brief for lawbreakers or for White sail neither is academic community s where matter how to be j White acknowledged that administration could be for same of its past actons the directions of findings trans- the Kent State he said charges are applicable to ail higher education In the tional safeguards of American democracy are themselves un- der Russia Will Free Generals Vr i- w n Court Won't Rule On Wan Legality Dissenters Give Written Opinion WASHINGTON The Supreme Court refused Monday to rule on the legislature's effort to have the Vietnam War declared unconstitutional and to bar the Defense Department from sending state residents there to fight By a the court refused to hear Massachusetts deliberate test case on the Nixon Thinks Vietnam Not Issue test case on legality of the war Its brief order gave no but Justice William 0 of the three issued a written opinion arguing the court should have accepted the case and subsequently ruled on it HUNGER LOOMS A South mese woman Monday tries to dry rice soaked by floodwaters laM week by south of area along the highway which parallels South Vietnam's coast was hardest hit by the ond hunger looms where the rice a aged does not concern the wisdom of fighting in Southeast Douglas wrote of new law KEY BISCAYNE Fla i no question of whether the Nixon is confident J conflict is either just on his Vietnamization policy will is present have eliminated thj Indochina 1 as a domestic political asked instead election a i said as a domestic instead f f orc a congressional Farm Bureau Chief Raps Nixon For Closing Door FORT Tex Farmers must join politically against President Nixon and other politicians on a more political nad in past band together the on politically if need be to agricultural i are the absent declaration of to commit Massachusetts citizens in armed hostilities on foreign soil Another way of putting the question is whether under our Constitution presidential wdl de t and are permissible a Justices Potter Stewart John M Harlan joined Douglas i in voung that the court Ziegler talked to newsmen The farm leader hear arguments en thc Key Biscayne while Nixon action April 2 holding winding up a weekend of J that the war was illegal on fishing and on Grand Secretary Ronald L Ziegler said Nixon believes policies will work and that to 1972 thc situation will be a problem to the it has for the past six Solon Says Men Released Now WASHINGTON Russia told the United States day that it would release two Americans generals it has held for almost three the State Department reported The State Department announced the Soviet decision after Rep Kenneth had told reporters that he understood from high-level State Negotiators Spend Night In Auto Talks ment sources that the generals already had been released The Americans to be released are Maj Gen Edward and Bng Gen Claude DETROIT tors for the United Press Officer Robert key said at p.m cannot confirm that they have departed When we have additional information we will Ket Jt yoy Auto that the two generals GENERAL GENERAL SCHERRER ture the president of the Texas President consideration in a Senate com- Farm Bureau said Monday us nis campaign mitee for office that he would Tnat dld have Sidney in an address to White House door of farm i Supreme Nixon had the when he ar to sign the House's grounds Congress never Cay in rhe a in Farm which is now under clared More Americans Die In Indochina Xew York industrialist H Robert alp went directly to the ri- Court asking that Workers and General Motors i would be freed was conveyed to Corp spent Monday night i Secretary of State William P trying to end the i Rogers early Monday afternoon UAW strike The in a telephone call from Soviet bargaining session was Ambassador Anatoly F ed to produce a run settlement Tuesday At Key The negotiators spent the j President Nixon is night working out details Secretary Ronald language of a reported Dobrynin also told the proposal which would cost the White House of Russia's company well over decision to release the officers over three years in said Nixon it alone i a constructive step in United 1 he union s ruling International Executive The their pilot arid to arrive in Detroit a Turkish liaison officer had Tuesday held by the Soviets at a Division night in Soviet Armenia about 35 miles northwest Marathon negotiations Oct 21 when their plane wounded al least 13 others and of and the other news blackout imposed landed inside the Russian shot down the helicopter American wounded was hurt in talks Oct 30 are The United States said i of the Indochina war helicopter crash -45 traditional signs that strong winds blew it off course t i dunng a brief upsurge of the South is at haiKi subject McCloskey said the pilot of the said farmers but I ask vou has Defense Secretary R fighting U.S troops spokesman said ratification by the union's the light plane Army Maj the organization must his i is for Laird be enjoined from arrived back at Key Vietnam South Vietnamese troops 375.000 members at GM P Russell Jr was still nn i i incr -am 1 KST nV i holH hlS nfj The IEB said he had no same old hunk of ban that i ing any Massachusetts draftees politicians and public or military men to Vietnam La Manager Talks On Evil Boycotts FORT Tex injunction against the union seekers feed us just prior to he said fall for j this but we survive More than 1.500 are Roben H Quinn to discussing p.m EST by helicopter The President plans to spend i In Communist the rest of the week at forces launched a series of Despite the court s refusal Florida White working coordinated attacks casualties of only their own wounded in hear the the the budget he will send military in and and towns northeast of the separate engagements in the attending the five-day conven which began Sunday issue in lowr courts and it is Turn To NIXON Page 2 The general manager of thc firm complex which has been proving 27 arts of violent has Delegates were a i thal Supreme Court heavy workload dunng the to hear the and on consumer ers Monday called 1 boycottes a but one which is effective i and will continue resolutions committee was ting through 970 The Massachusetts law I which mains begin voting on Tuesday Rochester said the union d gears and launched the as a means of making the Ray vice president themselves organize their and general manager of workers The boycott focused oni sita Farms Inc of Rio Grande j grapes and was carried out in the Lower Grande speech t o Jhf annual convention of the Texas Farm Bureau Ij Casita Farms chosen hi and 1967 as targets for He that only two of 450 persons working on the farm at hmc wanted join thf unkm farms obtained a court MAFFOTT least to the extent that no court knocked it it con- j with federal selective service law which permits I young men to be drafted the Army and ordered to go where their superiors want them Bir Col Paul head of the Massachusetts Selective in a Service said iho has the right to somc decision Monday would wires have no more out that does not Two Brownsville Men Electrocuted i CORPUS CHRISTI Tex j young Brownsville men were electrocuted a Nice Day For Doing Nothing Today be a fine dav Penh while a Allied task force sought ly lo make contact with Viet Cong forces south of the capital Initial reports indicated bodian casualties were and military spokesmen said Cambodian troops in the area requested reinforcements and more ammunition and the Mekong Delta saidu Russell Veterans Day is Holiday For Postman worked out UK pilot the then turns over to the union's Motors which already I has been told to meet in Detroit Wednesday The i council in turn i acceptance or rejection of agreement by the membership While details of the latest proposal were not undoubtedly represents a be The of the will observe Wednesday The Communist attack as a tered along Highway 7 which Postmaster Mike Turn To Page 2 Reds Also Free Turkish Colonel and on his f o r for and for planting a tree It also will be a good day to go fishing or just to the sunshine It will be loo nice a day go lo work but belter go anyway mild today and cool initial demands ana latest offer The Soviet Union Monday would cost released a Turkish colonel in wages alone detained since OKI 21 with provincial capital of Kompong Hc there will be no city j when 50 miles to the or rural deliver of Fighting leads from Phrom Penh to Gilbert said Monday have been than ro iw he said such a It forces farmers lo ize workers The people dn care to be she Police said the two men were said one has from 16 milts load a box car when thc the Selective on the that's the occurred bans of this picture for today 50 miles to the or rural deliver northeast Fighting was also nor the service reported within Kompong windows of the main office be Cham open Mail will be placed inl The two Americans post office lock he members of the Infantry and special delivery mail will were ambushed less be delivered nee most of community will be open for Business sufficient postal personnel will be on hand an action handle he i her 31 Americans were said And collection will wounded when Commune is be on regular schedule Van Wyk Will Top Ballot aiso said was a in that rt was not cd at was not The ro as lo hoy crapes because TWTC off Jhc arc nol Jo shelves ESCALATOR TO THE STARS Texas Textbooks Encourage Disrespect By Youth AUSTIN Tex Jh Jo Texas books ilw Board of receni Jo a new of i mil from thc lens for fmm and Tex ed of world 371 ibc kc Mrs V of Ihr bil Man pro and JOT She do pood about and lo Chirks X of a from a the Monroe a dirty of thc wn shirk Yankee Other board agreed with of of Uw book and James H of a molion Jhe humors ten board 165 keep cm the old ihr thai of were lo make in Wally Van drew on she balks for ttx S maws and City Dec their plane landed in Russian j territory I Col was handed lover to Turkish authorities at ithe border town of Monday military authorities by rar across the border and said he would fly to I Ankara when bad weather conditions in Ibc area im- 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