Order a high-quality 18"x24" poster print of this page. Add to Cart

Burlington Daily Times News Newspaper Archives Sep 26 1970, Page 1

Low-resolution version. To view a high quality image

Start Free Trial
Daily Times-News, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1970, Burlington, North CarolinaWeather rain the daily times news times news family More reaching More than 21.ni Alamance county Homes with 85.mo 83rd year no. 55 Price 10 cents associated up telephoto service newspaper Enterprise Assn. North american newspaper Alliance Burlington n. A saturday september 26, 1970 a and King feature service women s news service up Stock service associated afternoon dailies pages sections California fires raging a fire that has destroyed More than 50 Homes near los Angeles makes its Way Over a Hill and surrounds a ranch near Chatsworth Calif. Gov. Acres burned Ronald Reagan has declared los Angeles county a disaster area As More than acres have been destroyed by the fires. Egyptians charge Jordan with cease fire violation possible sub base is found California fires spreading expensive los Angeles a fires blazed through tinder dry Brush today in Southern California leaving tens of thousands of acres charred and Homes in ashes. Firemen faced More of the in famous fire fanning Devil hot and dry Seaward blasts from the desert which whipped the dozens of fires into infernos after theyl started Friday. More than acres were blackened an estimated 140 Homes destroyed and As Many As 400 Homes damaged. There were numerous reports of Burns and other injuries to firemen and residents but no deaths. Actor Dale Robertson s Home destroyed fire officials said and the blazes damaged gov. Ronald Reagan s ranch and the Spahn movie ranch. The two most destructive blazes crackled in Malibu can Yon a fashionable Scenic area on the coast about 30 Miles Northwest of los Angeles and in Western san Fernando Val Ley a largely residential area about 25 Miles Northwest. The Valley fire racing sea Ward was within two Miles of reaching the now cooled origin of the Malibu fire which burned to the Pacific Ocean s Edge. A third fire around Agua dulls noon and a lessening of the winds which gusted to 82 Miles an hour Friday. Thousands of residents who fled the flames in the two areas and in scores of other fire rav aged regions throughout South Ern California spent the night in evacuation centers set up by the red Cross and other groups. Washington by Early and Stern warning the Nixon administration is trying to discourage Moscow from building a major soviet naval base in Cuba. The Pentagon disclosed Evi Dence Friday of what it said appears to foe a submarine support base under construction in the Arbor at Cienfuegos possibly for use by missile firing Polaris Ype subs now positioned in the Atlantic. Secretary of defense Melvin h. Laird said while we have seen activity along this line Asar As Cuba is concerned it is a ittle Early to determine the sex ent of russian naval involve ment there. White House officials quickly i responded by saying this by would View the establish-1 ment of a strategic base in the Caribbean with utmost serious however no diplomatic presentations have been made o Moscow. Officials Here immediately Rew a parallel with the 1962 uban missile crisis when resident John f. Kennedy said each in the Caribbean could be reserved if soviet offensive 800 officers 111 Hunt Capone were removed from. He area and kept out in the fun Ture. This continues to be . By said one White House offi Cial who declined to be quoted by name. But it is obvious the Magni tude of the new naval develop ment in Cuba is not the same As cop killer sought heavily armed Massachusetts state trooper crouches As he checks a car at a Roadblock at Haverhill mass yesterday. William Gilday of Amesbury mass., one of five Rev is being sought in the slaying of a Boston policeman Dur ing a Bank Holdup wednesday. Up five sought in killing eight years ago when Russia placed offensive missiles on the Mainland. Haverhill. Mass. A More than 800 policemen at that time the soviets searched through the night in northeastern Massachusetts and new Hampshire for William m. No Polaris Type submarines and the United states held a Clear see possible on Page 3-a Northeast of the Valley burned thousands of others whose toward the starting Point of the j Homes were spared by the Valley Blaze. It was the worst series of fires in California officials said since nov. 6. 1961 when 484 houses in the exclusive Bel air and Brentwood sections of los frames were without electricity and Telephone service. Other major fires started in Ventura about 53 Miles up the coast from los Angeles in red lands about 70 Miles East of Angeles were destroyed. Here and near san Diego along t a 11__ttf a 1 the three fires Friday the .-Mexico Border where a marked out a 40-mile-Long cres health ranch was threatened cent of devastation which briefly. Ranged from half a mile to five estimated acreage figures Miles wide. Charged one in of the five persons machine gun and numbers of Homes de a the cause of the blazes Wasj stroked Early today were Val Ley Malibu. 34.000 and 140 Agua Dulce 10.000 Ventura and unknown fire officials said. Fire fighters battled through the night aided by a drop in the temperature which reached near 100 degrees Friday after 15 Homes damaged in the City limits Border. And red see fires on Page 3-a amusements.6-7a Bridge _____________2a classified.8-9b comics --.______6b editorials ____________4a Jeane Dixon .5b obituaries ________8b sports_______.24b to radio __________6-7a weather____.2a women s ?fews______8-11a slaying of a Boston policeman during a Bank robbery. The officers from 18 communities also manned roadblocks j where Gilday 41. Of Amesbury was spotted several times Fri Day. During the Chase police said he stole three cars took two persons hostage and was cornered once but eluded Cap-1 Ture after exchanging shots with police. Also sought were Katherine a. Power 20. Of Denver colo., registered As a senior at Brandeis University in Waltham Susan Saxe. 20" of Albany n.y., a june graduate of Brandeis and Stanley r. Bond. 25. Of Cam Bridge. Police said they be i lived the Trio flew to to s an a Geles thursday. Robert Valeri. 21. Of Somer Ville. Was arrested a few hours after the robbery wednesday of a Branch office of state Street Bank and Trust co. Patrolman Walter k. Schroeder 41, was killed during the Rob Bery. Gilday Bond and Valeri All served terms at Walpole state prison and had been associated with Brandeis through a convict rehabilitation program called step. A Bradeis official said miss Power and Bond had registered there this fall but have not Gilday was a night student at northeastern University and Valeri had been accepted northeastern. Police said ammunition and military supplies found in miss Power s Boston apartment had been stolen in the bombing and looting of a National guard armory at Newburyport last Sun Dav. Been on recently the and Brandeis Campus apparently have severed All relationships with the n a Boston police commissioner b Edmund l. Mcnamara said equipment showed a positive link Between the robbery slay ing and Radical revolutionary see five on Page 3-a j gives support to Preyer Bill Law expert questions racial balance plan Nixon Security is very tight Washington a president Nixon s european tour that begins sunday has his Security agents troubled. Besides guarding against the Rural hazards they Are expanding Protection to prevent an Aerial hijacking of the chief executive s plane. I As a direct result of airline presidents for years will be the hijackings by palestinian Ger care taken to make certain that or Silas. All persons and lethal foreign mat j making the Nixon flight will iter is not placed in their suit have to pass rather rigorous leases in hotels where they will Hussein to set new regime by the associated press Egypt accused Jordan today of violating the jordanian cease fire and planning to liquidate palestinian guerrillas. Jordan s King Hussein said his forces had observed the truce despite endless provocations and called on the guerrillas to slam the door shut forever on dissension and he also announced Over radio Amman that a new government would be formed within hours to replace the military Leader ship he named last wednesday the Day before the outbreak of the eight Day jordanian civil War. The military government reigned Friday. The jordanian army has been standing still around Ramatha and Irbid. 59 Miles North of am Man for the past three Days he King said. The situation in Amman was Calm he added. Except for scattered incidents there the armed forces were he charged that a number of guerrilla groups were opposed o the cease fire and were trying to sabotage it. The charge that Jordan had broken the cease fire agreement was made by egyptian presi Dent Gamal Abdel Nasser in a i Cable sent to Hussein and Broad cast Over Amman radio. It was sent in the names of nine Arab nations whose leaders have been holding an emergency Summit in Cairo. News reports from Jordan Friday night said the fighting had ended. The round the clock curfew which had been in effect in Amman for More than a week was lifted for five hours daily radio Amman said. Nasser charged that a Horri ble massacre was going on in Jordan in violation of All Arab and human the Cable drafted at a meeting attended palestinian guerrilla Leader Rafat. Said jordanian assurances that Hussein s com Manders would observe the cease fire were completely broken and devoid of any Rea l the Cable said a delegation of four Arab leaders headed by sudanese president Jaafar Al no Mairi reported after returning from their cease fire Mission in i Jordan that there was a determination on the part of Jorda Nian authorities to continue the fighting despite All attempts to halt the the message appeared to place Nasser and the other Arab leaders squarely behind tha palestinians. Earlier. Libya s strongman. Col. Muammar Sadafi pro posed an Arab police Force to supervise the truce in Jordan. Libya then severed relations with Hussein s government. The i scrutiny. Stay along the nine Day route. About Scran Aness jts Alxander rep. Preyer was instrumental and relying Pri Bicad said the Preyer Spong University in drafting the Bill. He Marijoy on the 1966 Coleman re Bill would provide the flexibility Law professor has argued before patterned it after the Burl port which said educational to allow different approaches to a Senate committee that Ewington. . School system and benefits Are greatest when poor integration in each Community forced racial balance in the pay the Sellers Gunn school to children can be mixed with a North and South until More Evi 3ic schools should not become cation in the system. Majority of Middle class child Dence is available on the Bene 7 until More is Bickel defended the Bill As Ren in the classrooms. Fits of busing. Educational a Way of improving education but Bickel argued that this Edu the while for All races and eliminating National Benefit evaporates when neighbourhood schools would in any Case Bickel said it the vestiges of official Seg White families flee a school s ave each sri cadent the right to is highly unlikely that racial relation without resorting to a Black enrolment grows and the Transfer from a school in which balance could succeed in . National policy of racial balance Middle class students Are moved his race is in the majority to schools today because of the but the committee chairman further into suburbs or into Pri one in which it is a minority tendency of White Middle class Walter f. Mondale. A Minn. Vale schools. Fr60 transportation would be families to flee to the suburbs was unconvinced. He charged Bickel he would favor provided. Or to private schools. That _ the Bill would give com Raja balance in places where Federal courts and agencies Bickel testified before the sen fort to segregationists by in it be accomplished without Monitor the neighbourhood ate select committee on equal san neg the neighbourhood ultimately reducing educational school plans to assure that at educational Opportunity in be school and would halt efforts benefits but that it. Should not Tendance zones were dra w n half of a Bill to allow com Soto the problem of racial have the highest priority in fairy and trial equal facilities my cities to maintain fairly and Sola Tjon in the schools. Our allocation of our human and teachers were provided. Any ministered neighbourhood schools Bickel contended however political and material re changes in attendance plans As an alternative to busing for that not enough is known about would have to be approved by racial balance. The benefits of racial balance he said it even should be courts. The Bill was drafted by Bickel. To justify the supreme court s possible for Black groups now the Bill also commits the a Well known constitutional Law making it Chr single National to demanding Community control Federal government to providing scholar and a political Liberal Licy. He each Community of their schools in Large cities funds to equalize educational it was introduced in Congress should have a Choice of ways to try their own approaches to opportunities in every school by reps Richardson Preyer and to operate schools in a non Dis improving education for Black insofar As these opportunities Nick Gaff Tabakis of North Caro Crimin Atory manner. Americans. At present Bickel can be measured. And sen William b. Spong the evidence for racial bal said no one knows which a under questioning by sen. Rep. Richardson Preyer of Virginia All democrats. Acc Bickel said is slender proach will work. See Law on Page 3-a initiates Bill even newsmen most of them the secret service is pre Jon a first name basis with Nix pared of course for some hos Jon s secret service bodyguard tile demonstrations even riots can expect their hand baggage in such cities As Rome. Thai be searched if they Are Cho sort of thing happened both in i sen

Search all Burlington, North Carolina newspaper archives

All newspaper archives for September 26, 1970

Order a high-quality 18"x24" poster print of the page above.