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Norwich Evening Sun (Newspaper) - November 15, 1968, Norwich, New York
The evening Sun vol. 78, no. 162 Friday november 15, i 968 Norwich new York 13815 Lotf per copy Cardinal Cushing a Many crowns j dial Cal of quilts a a in m m m amp. V b talks shift looms hats for All seasons Are worn by Richard Cardinal Cushing. At left the Boston archbishop wore a Sailor hat when he attended the commissioning ceremonies of the of Callahan in july More recently he donned an Indian headdress presented to him by members of South Dakota a Crow Creek Sioux tribe in october. At right the related is pictured wearing his usual Scarlet Biretta. T Rad Donal inaugural balls slated Washington a Richard m. Nixon a inauguration ceremonies will include the traditional inaugural balls and a shortened Parade keyed to the theme a bring us Nixon advisers had been quoted As saying a a a subdued inauguration Day was under consideration in View of the Vietnam War. But j. Willard Marriott chairman of the 1969 inaugural committee said today in a prepared statement that there will be five a possibly six inaugural balls and a two hour Parade with bands and floats. Nixon believes the inauguration a is a National occasion in which All the people should have the Opportunity to see and participate Marriott said. President Johnson trimmed the inauguration Parade to three hours in 1965 and banished military hardware. He held five inaugural balls. From 1945, when president Roosevelt was sworn in during austere ceremonies at the White House until Johnson shortened the Parade the bands floats and horses had taken five hours or More to pass the reviewing stand. President Kennedy a inauguration Parade lasted Over an hour after Sundown. Nixon coined the a bring us together motto in his first press conference after his election. He said he borrowed it from a sign carried by a Young girl during a Campaign appearance in Deshler Ohio. A departure from past years is the decision not to use the cavernous . Armory for an inaugural Ball. All five balls scheduled so far will be held in hotels. Marriott said a we will ask each state to be represented by a marching band of their Choice and state float somewhat similar to the approach used by the Rose bowl a he a a Yale Many on Way out new Haven Conn. Apr Yale College has approved a proposal to admit women begin Ning in september 1969. Student objections to housing Range ments proposed for the w men however May postpone ii pie mentation of coeducation at the College according to Yale u diversity president Kingman Brewsterjr. The proposal was Given final approval thursday by some 200 faculty members. Only one vote was cast against Brewster a proposal. Brewster a plan Calls for 500 Young women to be admitted next fall half As freshmen and half As upper class Transfer students. Under the plan the fresh men girls were to be housed together in one of Yale a 12 rest dental colleges. The other 250 girls were to live off Campus in nearby Homes and apartments. Brewster said a decision would have to be made by a the first of the week if the College is to Salvage its Hopes of coeducation in 1969. Weather rain tonight tapering off to a few showers on saturday. Low temperatures tonight 35 to 40 and highs saturday in the 40s. Nixon lbs make history with consultation Accord by John m. Hightower Washington apr president Johnson and Richard m. Nixon Are breaking historic new ground with their agreement for Advance consultation on any major foreign policy moves before Nixon a Jan. 20 inauguration. They probably will have to decide As they go along exactly How the arrangement will work. Nixon a designation of Veteran Diplomat Robert d. Murphy As interim foreign affairs chief they probably will have to decide As they go along exactly How the arrangement will work. Nixon a designation of Veteran Diplomat Robert d. Murphy As his personal representative in the foreign affairs Field is expected to make the arrangement smooth and efficient. Nixon told a news conference monday after a meeting with president Johnson that the present administration can speak in the next two months on foreign affairs with the full authority of the incoming administration. At a news conference in new York thursday he said Johnson had agreed to consult him before making any significant moves. But Nixon also said that for the United states to speak to other countries with a single voice it would be necessary for the president elect to agree to a course of action. This seemed to indicate Nixon was reserving the right to withhold his agreement. The White House was unexpectedly Brief in its reaction to the Nixon statement. A spokesman said Only the presidents Power had not been this seemed to indicate the president was reserving the right to take any action he con siders necessary. Commenting on the Prospect of disagreement Nixon said he and Johnson a did not discuss that one evident result of the agreement is to increase Johnson a effective Power in the conduct of foreign relations during the next two months. Otherwise he would be limited substantially to commitments that he could fulfil in the time remain ing to him As president. Another result which Nixon apparently Hopes for May Well be to Speed up the vietnamese peace negotiations As compared with the Pace they would probably follow if there was no assured continuity of . Policy. Nixon made Clear in Campaign speeches he considered settlement of the War or at least de americanization of the conflict a priority objective for the next administration. His emphasis on seeking Tore build Unity in this country and on shifting the focus of foreign affairs from Asia to Europe suggests that if president Johnson does have a Chance to conclude a peace settlement in the next two months Nixon will do everything he can to assist. Nixon is represented As confident that president Johnson will not make a major foreign policy move which he does not approve. At the White House press Secretary George Christian said in response to a direct question that a nothing has diluted presidential authority a a statement of the constitutional fact that until the moment of Nixon s inauguration the full Legal Powers of the presidency can be exercised Only by Johnson. Christian reported that Nixon had informed Johnson by Telephone in Advance that he was designating Murphy to be his representative in the state department. Christian added that Murphy a of course is Well known to this state department officials said that As a top ranking foreign service officer ambassador and undersecretary of state until his retirement several years ago Murphy would present no problem of Security clearance and require no briefing on How the decision making process and the administration of foreign affairs work. Saigon apr South vietnamese Premier Tran Van Huong has submitted his resignation to president Nguyen Van Thieu amid some indication of a possible shift in South Vietnam s Boycott of the Paris peace talks authoritative sources said today. On the military front the . Command accused North Viet Nam of violating a Mutual agreement to keep the demilitarized zone free of military activity and sent american bombers streaking Over the zone to attack bunkers and ammunition stores. A spokesman said 34 North vietnamese soldiers were killed and at least a dozen bunkers were destroyed in the Southern half of the Doz. Huong a resignation was submitted As a result of differences arising partly from the stale mated peace talks the sources said. It was part of an Over All Cabinet crisis which could result in Huong s return to office As head of a stronger government or his departure from Thieu a regime. Information minister ton that Thien asked about the report of Huong a resignation said the Premier had been informed a laughed and termed it not however Thien would not elaborate and declined to comment further when asked if the report was True. Other sources in the government said a Cabinet shakeup had been under consideration for several Days and some kind of official action was imminent. Just what shift in the South vietnamese Boycott of the Paris talks was Likely was not known and government sources would Mak to official comment. But other sources close to the government said if a stronger Cabinet emerged and the Thieu re Gime thus Felt More secure the president might not feel it so necessary that his delegation outrank that of the Viet Cong s National liberation front at the Paris talks. Huong submitted his resignation thursday but by Friday afternoon Thieu reportedly had not decided whether to accept it. The president was reported considering a major Cabinet reshuffle including the foreign and information ministries. The Premier who wields Little political Power under South Vietnam a Constitution was reported dissatisfied with the slow Progress of his Campaign against corruption and interference by the military in Cabinet affairs. North Vietnam said today american charges of violations of tile demilitarized zone Are a a smoke screen intended to camouflage the intensification of the american aggressive War in South Vietnam and illegal american reconnaissance flights Over North Vietnam. Nguyen Thanh be chief spokesman of Hanoi a delegation at the Paris peace talks told a news conference that in any Case the United states halted the bombing of North Vietnam a a unconditionally and therefore had no cause a to make a great fuss Over the a1-leged bombardment from the demilitarized the . Government has avoided any assertion that North Vietnam accepted formal commitments in return for president Johnson a oct. 31 bombing halt. Nonetheless in the american View Hanoi tacitly acknowledged an understanding to respect the demilitarized zone and refrain from Indis or minute attacks on major South vietnamese cities. Twins doing double duly smart move by one of the smartly twins Dean right playing chess with his brother Dennis. The 23-year-old smartly Brothers Are from Oceanside Calif. Both Are Marine sergeants serving their second Tours of duty in Vietnam. Bishops facing showdown on birth control proposal Veteran troubleshooter gets transition foreign policy role new York apr president elect Richard m. Nixon confident that president John son will undertake no foreign policy initiative without his concurrence is sending a Veteran diplomatic troubleshooter to the state department As the voice of his new administration. Nixon said that retired Diplomat Robert d. Murphy will oversee foreign policy matters during the period of government transition in an agreement by which Johnson will consult with his Republican successor before acting abroad. Murphy will take his new Post As soon As possible perhaps within the next few Days. Nixon was not explicit on the question of what will happen if he and Johnson differ on some foreign policy undertaking be tween now and the inauguration Jan. 20. He disclaimed any veto Power Over policies of the democratic administration. But he made Clear that he expects nothing to happen Over his objection. Nixon said that in policy there is no disagreement Between the incoming and outgoing presidents on a abroad general policy he added at a thursday news conference a i think president Johnson is keenly aware of the fact that it would be very difficult for him to make any kind of an agreement on a major policy matter unless he could give Assurance to the parties on the other Side that it would be implemented and respected by the next Nixon indicated that the machinery of the agreement went into operation when he was at the White House monday. He said the discussions there Cov ered Vietnam a statement to be made by the United states at the nato conference and a other matters that Are not currently in the while the emphasis of Nixon a foreign policy arrangement seemed to be the Vietnam War and negotiations the president elect said it covers All areas of foreign affairs. He said if an area of formal foreign commitment should arise for example talks with the soviet Union on antimissile defences a i would expect to sit Down personally with the Murphy Nixon a Man at the state department is the 74 year old chairman of Corning Glass International. He spent 39 years in the foreign service and was under Secretary of state for political affairs during the administration of former president Dwight d. Eisenhower. Murphy described himself in the title of his memoirs As a dip. Lomat among warriors a the de. Ascription of a Man who was a top civilian among the generals and admirals in world War in he was in Paris in 1940 watch ing the nazis enter the City in North Africa in 1942 preparing the Landing of american troops and with Eisenhower at supreme Allied Headquarters from 1943 until the end of the War. The years after the War were not too peaceful for Murphy either. Between 1945 and 1949 he was the top political adviser to american military governors in Germany and in this capacity played a major role in master minding the Berlin Airlift. In 1954 he negotiated the settlement of the Trieste problem with Yugoslavia a Premier Tito and in 1958 president Eisenhowe. Or hurriedly dispatched him to Lebanon when american a tines landed there. Meanwhile he had time for such More Rou Tine tasks As being ambassador to Belgium and Japan. He said Rusk and Johnson indicated they would Welcome the contribution Murphy would make. Washington apr roman Catholic Bishops Are facing a showdown vote on a birth con. Tool Compromise that Calls use of contraceptives a sin but says married couples who break the ban wont be Cut off from the Church. The proposed Bishops state Merit also questions the Worth of the War in Vietnam and urges draft exemptions for youths with a conscientious objection to a specific War. The National conference of Catholic Bishops planning a i. Nal vote on its pastoral letter finishes a five Day struggle Over stands on artificial birth control and War. The american Bishops backed Pope Paul via a ban on Birtle control but said married Cou. Pies who find it impossible to follow will not be excluded from communion and other Church sacraments. A key sentence in one version of the proposed pastoral letter reads a conscientious Catholic Cou pies when overwhelmed by. Pressures will not be discouraged if they have resorted to artificial contraception or other Wise fallen into sin nor should they fail to take full advantage of the strength that comes from despite Reagan no classes san Francisco apr san Francisco state College classes were closed for a second Day today despite the protest of gov. Ronald Reagan but to the satisfaction of Black student Union strikers whose signs proclaimed a we shut it a i can to predict when its going to open at this Point a Theodore Meriam chairman of the state College trustees said in a news conference late thursday. The shutdown followed violence on the Campus wednesday when several Hundred of the schools 18,000 students hurled rocks and cans at 30 members of the City police a tactical squad. No one was injured seriously but eight persons were arrested a seven of them charged with felonious assault on policemen. Triggering the disturbances was the 30-Day suspension of George Murray a part time English instructor and graduate student. Murray a member of the Black panthers told fellow negro students to carry guns on Campus. Reagan said closing the school was a an unprecedented act of he assailed it As a an act of capitulation surrender if you will to a Small unrepresentative faction of faculty and student militants determined to substitute violence and coercion for orderly grievance procedures available to Assembly speaker Jesse m. Unruh a Democrat sent Reagan a Telegram urging him to reopen the College the sacraments a another version said that married couples a should never be complacent if they resorted to artificial birth control but would still be open to the churches sacraments. The Popes encyclical continuing the churches Long ban against contraceptives stirred world wide controversy. French Bishops voted last week to leave the questions to personal conscience. The proposed pastoral letter said those dissenting priests who Challenge the ban act with impropriety and bring the Church into disrepute. The Bishops have refused repeatedly to intervene in response to the Appeal of 40 priests punished by Patrick Cardinal of Boyle of Washington for calling for a Choice of con science on birth control. In another controversial Section the Bishops were asked to take an increasing critical stance on the Var in Vietnam and the draft. It called for selective conscientious objection for youths unable to fight in a specific War. The proposed statement asked whether the Vietnam War had reached the Point of human Cost where it was no longer North while. A How much More of our re sources in men and Money should we commit to this Strug. Gle assuming an acceptable cause or intention has the con. Flint in Vietnam provoked inhuman dimensions of suffering a the proposal asked. Finding a liquid gold9 not As smooth As Oil los Angeles apr imagine the Delight of Bernard Weinsieder and his family when Oil bubbled up through a crack in their backyard Patio a few weeks ago. Weinsieder a son Jules 22, said a we thought we had it but so far it has Cost More than $3,000, wrecked the family Patio driven some neighbors away and landed them in court. The family followed the seep age to a storage cellar where they found a Pool of crude Oil. It turned out this came from a Well drilled in 1911 and abandoned in 1924. The first sign of disaster came when they called refineries to find out How much the Oil was Worth. A they All said they were committed to certain companies that we were Independent operators and they buy from us a said Richard Wein Sieder a 17-year-old son. A Petroleum geologist checked the Well and said he doubted whether it would Ever pay to try to make it productive again. Weinsieder the elder a bread Salesman had to pay $2 a barrel to have the Ceiler pumped out and 150 barrels of Oil trucked away. Then As the Oil kept coming the family paid $2, 500 to a Drill ing company to dig a Hole in the Yard and find the Well a tenant moved out because of Oil doors and gurgling sounds a neighbor filed suit because her tenant also moved out chunks of the Patio broke Loose because of underground pressures and the Weinsieder Learned it would Cost them $20,000 to Cap the Well properly. The family also found out that the Well was drilled and deserted by associated Oil co., which later became part of the Getty Oil co. They hired an attorney who filed a $575,000 negligence suit against the company. A the Oil company reaped the benefits from the Oil Well years ago a said Jerome Beznik the lawyer. A Why should the Wein Sieder family who purchased the Home Only two years ago now have to suffer from the Oil company a negligence a a Getty Oil spokesman said a we were the corporate predecessor involved in that portion of the old Salt Lake Oil Field but we be had no interest in the Field for 44 Volunteer army goal of Hatfield Washington apr a moderate Republican senator plans Early in the new Congress to revive efforts to replace the draft with an All Volunteer army a move that would implement a Nixon Campaign proposal. Oregon a Mark o. Hatfield said wednesday he Hopes beforehand to Iron out with president elect Nixon their major difference on the proposal tin matter of timing. Hatfield said in an interview his Bill will Call for a prompt Start on the changeover. Nixon proposed to a it until the end of the Vietnam War. Other congressional sources however predict the proposal will run into the same stiff oppo action it has encountered in the past in the powerful armed services committees of both houses of Congress. A compulsory conscription is repugnant Short of a True National emergency to a country that purports to have Democrat. In institutions a Hatfield said. Hatfield plays Down the con. Trover sies Over methods of selection deferments age order of induction and conscientious objections. Such discussions he said camouflage a the most Basic inequity of the current draft system the fact that a smaller and smaller minority of our Young men is carrying the Burden of National the Bill he plans to submit would provide for a transition period in going from the draft to an All Volunteer system. It Calls for higher military salaries expansion of in service education and training greater opportunities for enlisted men to become officers reduction in the length of time required before promotion better social cultural and recreational facile. Ties for personnel and higher bonuses for re enlistment. Proposals for the Volunteer approach were rejected last year when the committees con. Side red legislation to extend the draft. Today s chuckle a cocktail party is a gathering at which you meet people who drink so much you can to remember their names
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