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Daily Times, The (Newspaper) - September 24, 1972, Salisbury, MarylandThe weather fair today gradually becom ing Wanner. Some Chance of late afternoon showers. De tails Page d-7 the sunday times delmarva s sunday newspaper late news and sports vol.49 no. 254 phone 749-7171 for Home delivery Salisbury Maryland sunday september martial Law imposed sections so pages the 25e 70c Philippines president lifts veil of secrecy Mutual ancestors 28-year-old sol Brian j. Hurlock of Australia believes his English ancestors May possibly have been those who founded the Dor Chester town of Hurlock in the Early 1800 s. He is seen talking with 87-year-old Luck Hurlock Jones left and 91-year-old Hurlock Harper. The two Sisters Are both great granddaughters of John Martin Hurlock who donated land for the town s first rail Road station and for whom the town was later named. Times photo aussie Hurlock savings Bank plans sees namesake building downtown town on Shore by Tom Spann of the times staff Hurlock a 28 year old native australian though his family tree May have branches in Hurtock my. So he visited this Small Dorchester county town saturday to find out. A career officer with the Roy Al australian air Force and now on temporary assignment at the Boeing Meriol aircraft co. In Philadelphia sgt. Brian j. Hurlock first became curious about the genealogy of the Hur lock surname several weeks ago after a mix up at a Philadelphia laundry. I went to pick up some shirts i had left and apparently some one else named Hurlock got my shirts and i got the Soldier says it was the first time he s run across the Hurlock name outside his native towns v ill e in Australia. It s not a particularly common name at Home and the few Hur locks who live there Are All re so. With curiosity aroused after the laundry incident he went searching for other Hur locks in the Philadelphia who perhaps might he incest rally linked to the aussie Hur locks. All of whom Are of eng Lish lineage. A Check in the phone Book led him to William Hurlock. Who lived Only about a mile from the sergeant s quarters at Swarthmore. Visited with the Hurlock and they told me there was a Small town named Hur lock on the Eastern Shore of so or. Hurlock fired off a letter to the local chamber of Commerce in this Dorchester Community and received a let Ter from Hurlock mayor w i n Field Trice. Several letters were exchanged and put of the correspond ence Brian Hurlock s visit to the Eastern Shore was planned he arrived in town saturday about 9 an. And was greeted first Fay mayor Trice and other town officials. First Stop on Hurlock s tour of Hurlock was the Home of 91 see Hurlock Page a-10 downtown Salisbury is going to get a half million Dollar economic shot in the . A major financial institution plans to open a Branch office in a to be built at.306 Carroll St. Details of the plans of Loyola Federal savings and loan association were made known on saturday by Marshall w. Moore vice president. The permanent Branch facilities will be ready for use in the fall of 1973. Plans Are being completed and groundbreaking is expected around the first of the year. It is estimated the building will Cost approximately a half million or. Moore said. Recent action by the Federal Home loan Bank cleared the Way for Loyola Federal to establish a permanent Branch Here. It May be a year before Loyola Federal begins operations in its own two Story building on Carroll St. But it will be in business on Carroll St. Within a matter of weeks. Or. Moore said see Bank Page a-10 Headfo Hills Sho s sinking so they say by Mike Meise of the times staff Ever have that sinking feeling Don t panic. It s not Jou. It s actually the delmarva pen insula sinking. About two tenths of an Inch a year. That would amount to about an Inch every five years. Washington says so. And no less an authority that the department of Commerce has just put out a map to Back up its claim. It s described in official Ese As a crustal movement map showing vertical movements of the Earth s along with the map is the information that the land in much of the country is slowly rising or falling and that very few really stable areas it also singles out the Eastern shores of Maryland Delaware and Virginia As being in the category of Flat coastal areas where what the Commerce department Calls subsidence increases drainage problems and the danger of storm the subsidence or sinking Pace of the Del Marva coast is figured at a rate of five to 10 Mil meters a year. That s something like two tenths of an Inch in 12 months or about an Inch Over a five year Span. This is related to erosion. And. Perhaps see sinking Page a-10 election Board aides to seek College voters election Board aides will go to College this week in search of new voters. Four registrars will be As signed to Salisbury state col lege wednesday to enrol new voters among the students chiefly in the 18 21 year old bracket. However Only students residing in Wicomico county will be eligible to Register Accord ing to Paul a. Ebs Meh chief clerk of the county election Board. Other registration teams will be on the Road this week too. See votes. Page a-10 Manila a president Ferdinand e. Marcos declared saturday night he imposed martial Law in the Philippines to save the Republic from a communist rebellion and to re form society. The president s remarks in a nationwide radio and to Broad cast came at the end of a period of about 12 hours in which the nation of 7.100 islands in the Western Pacific had been Cut off from the world by a govern ment ordered communications blackout. Marcos said an escalating threat of armed insurrection had prompted him to take this extra constitutional Power to protect the he ordered martial Law Fri Day night after gunmen fired into the car of the Secretary of defense in what the government called an assassination at tempt. The official was unhurt. Scores of political arrests were reported to have followed. Marcos emphasized in his broadcast that martial Law is not a military takeover of the emergency ferry planned at Shore Span Richmond. A. Tary of the Navy John Warner told gov. Linwood Holton sat urday night that the Navy will provide emergency ferry serv ice to and from Virginia s East Ern Shore until the Faar Gebat tired Chesapeake Bridge Tunnel is Back in operation. Holton emerged from his Brief meeting with Warner at the state Capitol and summed up tersely. We be got it All worked the governor had been told earlier in the Day by a White House spokesman that the army and Navy would Cooper ate. A Pentagon official said Sec Reary of defense Melvin Laird talked to Holton by Telephone saturday afternoon and said every Effort would be made to help the state until the Bridge is repaired. Limited repair began Satur Dav on the 60-foot Section of see Bridge. Page a -10 today s sunday times picture Page. Antique Auto show d-8 Pemberton Hall dig cd husband wife Carpenter team cd amusements d-9 Ann -landers.b-4 books sect. C Bridge b-3 classified c-5-12 comics c-5 crossword Puzzle c-5 editorial Page a-4 financial a la Jeane Dixon b-12 Jumble c-3 merry go round a-9 obituaries a la sports sect. D television.b-7 8 weather d-7 women sect. B read family weekly and 22 color comics free Calls to government urged Washington a Nich Olas Johnson says there should be toll free Telephone service for citizens to talk with Federal officials and congressmen about their problems. The Blunt spoken Federal communications commission member said it would actually be cheaper than writing letters. Johnson said some agencies have free Telephone service for special purposes but you still can t Call Uncle Sam throughout the Federal gov a few scattered exceptions like the ones just noted tre Rule seems to be Don t Call us Well Call he said. Miu meters per uplift subsidence a Sumter 0 04 inches 25 4 Millimetres one Inch 304 8 Millimetres one foot probable vertical movements of surface aug. 18, 1972. 25th anniversary Sale Outten Brothers and. Times student subscription rates in effect now. Like a letter from Home to All College students. For information Call Cir. Dept. 749 7171-ad. Fire Sale b. W. Donohoe furniture and. Civilian government but a measure to end the present National a Midnight to 4 . Curfew went into effect immediately. Marcos said. Elements of the metropolitan police command or metro com. Set up Check Points in the greater Manila area to enforce he curfew. Results of uie martial Law de Cree were peaceful. The four million or so residents of the greater Manila area went about their Normal weekend activities. There was the usual Light saturday traffic throughout the City and people went to the movies and the supermarkets. Other measures contained n the edict which Marcos signed late Friday of Ali Domestic and International Media operating in the Philippines. Ban on filipinos from going abroad. Of schools on All Levels for a week. Penalty for illegal Possession of firearms. Ban of pubic demonstrations rallies and labor strikes. Courts kill continue functioning except in cases involving violations of Public or Der the fundamental Law National Security abuse and improper use of the military uniform. Marcos promised that details of implementation of she mar tial Law. And the social and eco nomic reforms will be explained however he gave no indication How Long martial Law will continue. Marcos said that while maoist rebels were the major danger there Are grave prob lems within the armed forces the courts the government and society at Large. Marcos 56. Is the first Fili Pino president to be elected to two terms and the first to de Clare martial Law since the re Public was formed in 1946. After the United states granted inde Mendence. Claims message. Philip Pine foreign minister car los p. Romulo holds a telex message in his suite at new York s Waldorf towers sat urday which he said he received from president Fer Dinand p. Marcos of the Philippines. Romulo said president Marcos has declared the entire Philippines a land Reform area. Wheat Deal is under probe of several agencies Freedom to p c7 re the pro three pos not aboard by Don Kendall Washington a the Sale of 400 million bushels of us. Wheat to the soviet Union surrounded and permeated by Complex financial detail is emerging As the most investigated farm Issue yet Dur ing the Nixon administration. Inquiries into mane vering by the agriculture department and the private Grain Trade Are completed under Way or planned by perhaps half a score of governmental bodies individual members of con Gress and subcommittees con Sumer groups and the White House itself. The Basic picture following hearings called by rep. Gra Ham Purcell d-tex., last week is this the soviet Union initially prompted by consumer demand for More meat poultry and Dairy products indicated Early this year it would be interested in buying More . Corn and other feed Grain plus some wheat if suitable credit terms would be worked out. In april. Agriculture Secre tary Earl l. Bute opened Trade talks with the russians in mos cow. Those talks were actually led in a technical capacity by then assistant Secretary of agriculture Clarence d. Palmby. Nothing was settled at that time Pamby told the Purcell hearing. Further he said it did not seem Likely the soviets would accept a . Credit. Palmby denied during the see wheat Page a-10 by the Assoc fed press stateside relatives of three american pilots released from North vietnamese prison Camps reacted to a delay in their return saturday with Dis appointment and most of it directed St Hanoi but some at Washington. The three men were not aboard a flight from Hanoi to Vientiane. Laos As had been expected and american anti War activists who obtained the release of the men issued a statement that the delay was apparently caused by fear that the released prisoners would be taken into custody by american military authorities. Gerald Gartley. 68. Of Green Ville. Maine and father of Navy it Markham Gartley. Blamed the Delav on inter see pos. Page a-10 loggerheads Hatch at zoo by John Bozman of the times staff some of the Loggerhead Turtle eggs which were collected from the Beach at Ocean City last summer Are hatching. This information came from Salisbury zoo director Stefan h. Graham Over the week end. Or. Graham has been caring for the eggs since they were collected from the Beach by him on july 22. Or. Graham said they Hope to release some of the Young turtles monday or tuesday at Chincoteague. There Are 26 eggs that will probably Hatch of the 133 which were collected from the Beach he said. Or. Graham indicated this is As Many As probably would have survived if they had been left on the Beach. The eggs started hatching Early thurs Day morning and the zoo director said he thinks they should be finished by tonight this is the first time on record that a Jong Ger head Turtle has Ever Laid eggs on a Mary land Beach or. Graham said. He was alerted to the whereabouts of the eggs which were at 84th St. M Ocean City. By Richard Busey. Of Baltimore on july 22. Or. Busey s children and some friends had watched the approximately 400-Pound Turtle Jay her eggs about 3 . That Day and stood guard until or Graham arrived. See turtles. Page a Len Young Turtle. Salisbury zoo director Stefan h. Graham holds one of the newly born turtles which recently batched from the group of Loggerhead eggs collected on the Ocean cite Beach in july. Times photo Berlin furn. Budget bargains Golden knights Parachute team 7 Pitts. St., Berlin and. See and on Page 11-ad. Newspaper fire Sale b. W. Donohoe furniture and. N e w Papek Al r c i
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