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Norwich Evening Sun (Newspaper) - November 13, 1968, Norwich, New York
Preliminary Chenango budget hints tax rate hike of $15 Story on Page 5the evening Sun vol. 78, no. 160 wednesday november 13, 1968 Norwich new York 13815 10c per copy at Home in new York where he just announced the appointment of his presidential assistant president elect Richard m. Nixon enjoys stroll and Chat with Young Erie Olson of new York after attending services at Calvary Baptist Church. At right is the Rev. Billy Graham a close Friend of die Nixon family. Nixon will have few aides press other posts to get a new York apr presi Dent elect Richard m. Nixon plans a thorough overhaul of the White House staff and will abolish such time honoured posts As press Secretary and appointments Secretary aides announced today. Word of the a a restructuring of the White House inner Circle was disclosed by . A a bobs Haldeman a 42-year-old los Angeles advertising executive who was named today As one of Nixon a White House assistants. Nixon also has appointed Bryce n. Harlow As a presidential assistant. Nixon announced tuesday that he was naming Harlow 52, to be one of several presidential assistants. Harlow an in and out government Man since world War ii will specialize a management of legislation and congressional in the administrations of the late John f. Kennedy and president Johnson the highest rank ing White House staffers have carried the title of special assistants along with the Maxi mum authorized salary of $30,000 a year. Sources in Nixon a entourage said today however that the president elect plans to depart from the Kennedy and Johnson practice of naming the authorized maximum of four special assistants at $30,000 a year and plans to change some titles while so doing. These sources said that in the Nixon administration assistants to the president will have the highest rank and that they will number far fewer than 14. When Nixon. Ukes office on Jan. 20, they said special assistants will rank below assistants and on a still lower level there will be administrative As. Sis Tants. Nixon is in new York for at least a few jays continuing staff discussions on formation of a new administration. A balding cherubic Man of 52, Harlow specialized in congressional relations and speech writ ing for former president Dwight a Eisenhower. He left the w Hite House As a Deputy assist ant to the president then be. Came director of governmental relations in Washington for the Procter a Gamble co. On leave from Proctor a Gamble Harlow became a full. Time participant in Nixon a presidential Campaign. Winter storm clusters on leaving ruin death by the associated press a severe northeastern churned across new England today after battering the in id Atlantic states with heavy Snow rain and near Hurricane Force winds in an icy foretaste of Winter. The blustering storm new England a third northeastern in six Days roared toward Nova Scotia leaving in its Wake a path of death and guns tanks Duel along River Tel Aviv a an Artil. Ery and tank Duel raged across he Jordan River near the a Lullah Bridge today three Miles Lorth of the dead sea. One Jor. Lankan Soldier was reported Lilied. It was the first heavy fighting n the arid dead sea area since ast August when fighting broke nit in the Wake of an israeli air a Aid on Arab guerrilla bases in he Jordan Valley. An israeli army spokesman claimed a jordanian tank and artillery gunners opened up on israeli positions after several it bursts of Light arms fire from he jordanian Side of the River. The Battle was still going on 80 minutes later he partial Clearing and cold tonight with scattered Snow flurries Low temperatures in upper teens and 20s. Fair and cold thursday w Ith High temperatures in the 30s. Winds diminishing later tonight. Winds As High As 81 Miles per hour were clocked atop new Hampshire a 6,288-foot it. Washington. At least eight storm related deaths were reported in new England and several More fatalities were attributed to the weather further South. Southern new England was drenched by wave after wave of Gale driven rain and As much As a foot of new Snow fell in the no id h. Gale driven seas crashing Over a seawall caused damage at Kennebunk Beach Maine. Breakers 20 to 30 feet High tossed boulders and other debris onto Kings Highway and onto the lawns of summer cottages. The winds also threatened the lives of thousands of Small Dove Kies a species of Auk which were blown ashore on Cape cod. Naturalists said the Birds live in Salt water and can to survive ashore. The cruise ship oceanic in counted rough seas and High winds As it headed Back to new York after a Boller room fire forced the Captain to turn the vessel Back. All 1,040 passengers were Safe. The storm spawned in the Gulf of Mexico roared up the coast from the Carolinas monday night to lash the Shore areas with wind and rain which turned to Snow further Inland. Power lines were downed commuters delayed Bridges closed streets flooded schools closed ferries stranded boats swamped Trees felled windows shattered and umbrellas Bro. Ken. Hundreds of families in coast-a1 Homes in new Jersey Long Island and Connecticut were temporarily evacuated As the storms height tuesday but most were Able to return by night. In Eastern Tennessee two 19. Year old boys died of exposure after being lost for 30 hours while on a Hunting trip near great Smoky Mountain National Park. A third youth in the party managed to walk to safety. Officials said the dead boys were a Quarter mile from help when they collapsed in a Meadow. John Cutshaw the Surv. Vor said rain and Snow had made it almost impossible to see. In new York three blocks of lower Manhattan were under two feet of water at High tide. Gis return Doz fire americans probing source of barrage Saigon a . Army and Marine artillery fired into the demilitarized zone tuesday for the second time in three Days after North vietnamese gunners were reported to have fired on a South vietnamese Post from inside the zone. Later the location of the guns was questioned. A . Spokesman said to mortar rounds hit an artillery base of the South vietnamese 1st infantry division four Miles East of con Thien inflicting Light casualties. A . Communique said a ground observer re ported seeing the muzzle flashes of enemy guns a Between 500 and 1,000 meters inside the Southern Edge of the demilitarized n. Y. City school talk ends new York a talks aimed at ending the teachers strike have broken off in a bar. Rage of charges and counter charges with most of the City a 1.1 million Public school pupils now out of classes for six of the past eight weeks. Mayor John v. Lindsay told a television audience tuesday night that the 55,000-member United federation of teachers was guilty of a illegal reprisals against officials of Brooklyn a Ocean Hill Brownsville District aft president Albert in Ink r accused Lindsay of a Odt libel ate distortion a adding a when the mayor stops lying we can sit Down a this strike could end tonight if the Union showed a willingness to Settle this by due proc Ess a Lindsay said. Lindsay spoke on the webs to �?o6 of clock report news show. Shanker retorted that me mayor was trying a to deliver. Lately deceive and fool the peo pie. Lindsay said the charges of harassment of White Union teachers in the predominantly negro and puerto rican Ocean Hill District have not been Docu. Rented and that Shankers presentation of the situation has been if anyone is found guilty of harassment Lindsay said they will a not get away with the Union has stuck three times since the fall term opened sept. 9 Over refusal of Ocean Hills governing Board to allow about 80 teachers to teach be cause of their alleged opposition to school decentralization. The Union denies this. Ocean Hill is one of three experimental districts in the City working on ultimate Community control of education. The City a 900 schools have been open Only 12 school Days since the walkouts began. Ocean Hills eight schools have been open throughout the strikes. The Ford foundation which has helped finance Ocean Hill decentralization tuesday termed a absolutely wrong the unions a charges and innuendoes that the foundation is somehow influencing the course of the Mcgeorge Bundy foundation president called them a an at. Tempt to shift responsibility for the strike and a a mischievous distraction from the main business of reopening the . Army and Marine artillery fires were directed into the enemy positions with unknown results a it said. Later a . Command spokesman said a report had been received that the enemy firing positions May have been just South of the Doz. A the incident is being further investigated a he said. South vietnamese head Quad. Ters reported there were two attacks on the base one at 6 30 . Tuesday and the second at 1 30 p.m., and both came from South of the Doz a government spokesman said enemy gunners fired a total of 30 mortar rounds into the base from two firing positions one 200 to 300 Yards South of the Doz and the other about 3,000 Yards to the South. Before president Johnson halted the bombing of North Vietnam on nov. I he warned that productive peace talks could not be conducted a in an atmosphere where the cities Are being shelled and the demilitarized zone is being nine Days after the bombing halt on sunday North Viet namese gunners in the Doz shelled . Marine positions just South of the Buffer zone killed four leathernecks and wounded 41. . Defense Secretary Clark Clifford said tuesday the shellings sunday were considered a a matter of seriousness by the . Government but that so far they did not constitute a Pat. Tern. Other sources in Washington and Saigon said the shellings appeared to be provocations to test or possibly humiliate Washington. Military spokesmen also re. Ported rocket mortar and re. Chilless Rifle attacks on four american bases in South Viet names Central Highlands and on two provincial capitals to the East and West of Saigon. Ground action was Light. One of the shellings against a . Ith infantry division patrol base in the Highlands six Miles from the cambodian Border was followed by a ground attack by an enemy Force of unknown size hurling hand grenades and Pentagon feels Saigon will give in on talks Washington a Pentagon officials say they believe that Saigon faced with the Prospect of having to Settle its Politi Cal differences with the Viet Cong alone will drop its Boycott of the broadened Paris peace talks. This Prospect appeared implicit in tuesdays declaration by Secretary of defense Clark m. Clifford that the United states intends to go ahead with negotiations with Hanoi whether Saigon joins in or not Clifford said the United states arum Hanoi could make big on the most immediate Issue military de escalation including Steps toward withdrawal of troops. Pentagon offi. Dais said such an arrangement would leave Saigon to face the Viet Cong alone in the political struggle. The View that South vietnamese president Nguyen Van Thieu would end his Boycott was disputed in Paris and Saigon. In Saigon a responsible official who declined to be Ridenti Clark Clifford fled said talks Between just Hanoi and the United states would be considered invalid and that peace terms could come Only in direct talks Between Hanoi and Saigon. Pham Dang Lam head of Sai. Gone a observers in Paris said he does not think his government will change its mind and join the talks under the four party formula that would bring the Viet Cong to the bargaining table on Hanoi a Side. Although Pentagon authorities said Clifford spoke for himself the defense chief generally re. Fleets the views of president Johnson. He Long has been one of Johnson a closest advisors on the War. Cliffords words delivered with considerable emotion were calculated to impress on the Saigon government that the United states does not intend to let its objections stand in the Way. The effect of any .-North vietnamese talks in the new setting created by the bombing halt would be to split off Mill. Tary from political issues be. Tween Washington and Hanoi. This would mean that hag. Gling Over a political settlement including the status of the Viet Cong in any government of rec. Conciliation would be shunted into the background. 47 negro teens charged in school integration Row Swanquarter . Apr negro teen agers who have been boycotting classes for six weeks have added the chant a we want to be arrested a to their protest of a Hyde county school integration plan. An Effort to provoke mass a. Rests tuesday resulted in the booking of 47 Tea Peers on charges of obstructing traffic. Later other demonstrators regrouped at the county court. House at dusk to shout a a we la be Back tomorrow a the North Carolina Highway patrol boosted its Force from to to 20 after a demonstration monday during which police used tear Gas to disperse negro teen agers from the school superintendents office in the courthouse. A 17-year.old girl who fell from a second Story office of the courthouse during mondays retail food prices up Washington a retail food prices advanced i per cent from july through september and were 3 per cent higher than in the same period last year re ports the agriculture department. Prices of All farm originated food except fresh vegetables and fats and oils were higher than a year ago. Farmers received an average of 39 cents of each Dollar con Sumers spent for a a Market baskets list of food during the period the same As for the previous Quarter and the third Quarter of 1967, the department said. The rising prices this year resulted from increased consumer demand decreased supplies of some foods mainly fruits and vegetables and higher charges for marketing the department said. Though the farm value of Market Basket foods is currently decreasing higher marketing costs Are expected to keep retail prices through the first half of 1969 at about this years third Quarter Levels the department said. Demonstration remained hospitalized with a Pelvic injury. No smoke bombs or tear Gas were used by officers during tuesdays demonstration. Of those arrested to girls were released on their Cogoni. Zance for court appearances dec. La. The 37 others including boys and girls were held under $25 Bond each. A a we re going to fill that jail a said James Topping a Field worker for the Southern Chris Tian leadership conference in discussing plans to provoke the arrests. A they can to arrest everybody in Hyde Topping was among leaders of the demonstrations but he was not among those who blocked roadways. He said negroes would continue the protests a just As Long As it takes to get what we what they want Topping said is for the county to abandon its federally approved integration plan which Calls for phasing out Hyde a two schools and integrating All students into a previously All White school. You la live longer if tops your Field Detroit a men who become prominent in their Ca Reers tend to outlive the average Man a statistical study Sug. Gets. Scientists and clergymen come off Best in this particular longevity measurement. A men of letters rank lowest on this same totem pole but still ahead of average. In this sub grouping a Corre. Spon dents and editors seem to be outlived by their readers by a Large margin. The longevity study was de. Scribed wednesday to the Amer. Ican Public health association by Jules v. Quint and Blanca r Cody statisticians of the metropolitan life insurance co., new York City. Using the 1950-51 edition of a a who a who in american they selected a Sample of 6,329 Dis. To anguished professional and Busi Ness men. They checked How Many had died and when during the next 12 years and compared this with death rates among White men in the general population who had been of the same Ages Back in 1950. Overall they said the mortal Ity of a a who a who men who were Over age 45 in 1950 was 30 per cent less than that of the general population. The greatest difference was found Between Ages 50 and 59. A this contradicts the belief in some quarters that the merciless Ness with which men drive themselves during their forties to outstanding positions in their careers is reflected in broken health when they Are in their fifties a they said. They found these differences in longevity by professions businessmen average mortality 29 per cent less than that of the general population. Mortality about the same As All men in the total a a who a who Sam. Pie. Educators average mortality 38 per cent under the general and to per cent under the same. Lawyers and judges 25 per cent under the general and about the same As in the Sample. Men of letters to per cent under the general but 30 per cent higher than the entire professional Sample. Men of letters included authors writers critics historians editors correspondents and journalists. The death rate for a correspondents and journalists alone was More than 30 per cent above the general Popula. Tion and double the rate in the Sample. Physicians and surgeons 22 per cent under the general pop. Elation and to per cent above Sample. Church officials and clergy men 38 per cent under the Gen. Eral population and 13 per cent under the Sample. Scientists 45 per cent under the general population and 21 per cent under the Sample. Firing Small arms. . Head. Quarters said three american infantrymen were killed and 21 wounded in the ground attack. Three communist soldiers broke through the . Lines but were gunned Down a spokes Man said. A South vietnamese spokesman said two children were killed and 35 civilians wounded in the shellings of the two provincial capitals. One policeman also was killed and five police men and three South Vietnam Ese army soldiers wounded. Meanwhile five . Navy Swift boats attacked a Viet Cong stronghold in the to de. Cua Lon River system at the Southern tip of Vietnam. Reds try halting protests Prague a Czechoslovakia a communist leaders worked desperately today to keep Young demonstrators off the streets while they wage a Power struggle behind closed doors. The leaders used a combination of threats and pleas in an attempt to head off students and workers plans for Demon stratus against any More concessions to the soviet occupiers. Party chief Alexander Dubcek met with student leaders and warned them not to demonstrate next sunday. He told them Force would be used to Stop them of they marched. Dubcek a Reform leadership faces a crucial Power struggle with old guard communists at a meeting beginning thursday of the 160-member party Central committee. The Dubcek group fears that More demonstration will result in soviet intervention to return the old guard to Power. The 21-member party presidium issued a statement con. Deming those who a a organized demonstrations oct. 28 and nov. 7 when youths chanted a opus. Sians go Home and burned soviet flags. Student groups made a per. Sonal Appeal to Dubcek to authorize a demonstration sunday to commemorate students exe outed by the nazis and express opposition to the a occupation of any country by foreign informants said Dubcek re fused authorization and that Deputy Premier Gustav Husak charged the earlier Der Bonstra tons were instigated by the student groups did not indicate immediately whether they would Call off their leaking Oil along Beach Rehoboth Beach Del. Apr a grounded Barge was the focus of Salvage claims to. Day As leakage from its cargo of Oil stained the beaches of this Delaware Bay resort com Muni to. Ownership of the Barge May be subject to the final interpretation of maritime Law. Two partners in a local Motel and restaurant tied a line to the stranded Barge tuesday eve. Ning and claimed Salvage rights. Interpretation of the word a a abandonment May be the final Factor. The Hess Hustler owned of Hess Oil co., of Woodbridge n.j., was Enro Ute from Reading n.j., to Delair n.j., tues Day when a of line snapped. It tossed and turned in the Turbo. Lent Waters and wound up on a jetty some 150 Yards from the Boardwalk of this summer play ground. Two crewmen were safely rescued prior to the grounding. They were Ray Roaldsen 48, of Brooklyn n.y., and Toby by is. Eld of Iselin today�?Ts chuckle give so be people an Inch and they want another Inch. Before you know it they have become rulers
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