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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - March 27, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaWeather to night fair and a rather Rah Kiuei Ifc-8. F 111 Joisil. 8 i pm Wim Urmi Iwry hmm Fri learn 14-40 Rater play in rms to cloudiness Little change id temperature High 54-00 Washington daily news if you do not get your paper. Dial 040-0145 Between 0 to and 7 �,0 o clock and one Wittl be delivered to Jorai Sta bilsted 1909 ten Pagitt Washington no0th Cai Kina of today Antii noon March 27, 1970 Daviv except sunday in Algeria reds Eye Geu Cambodia a new Leader says . Grant Navy base by Fred s. Hofman a military writer Washington apr a visit to Algeria by the soviet unions top Admiral has raised the possibility the russians Are negotiating for use of a major base in the Western Mediterranean. A Admiral 6. F. G. Gera Kev a Are now in the medi Terry Nean. Appearance in Algiers follows the largest number in about tev a Federal Grant in the amount of tfi2,000 has been awarded to Beaufort tech for use in its police science program it was announced Here today by Charles h Byrd president the amount represents a $19.000 increase Over a prior award of $43.000 to be used far the issuance of Loans and Grants in connection with the schools associate of applied science degree in Law enforcement Viet Cong attacking country astronauts break Champagne Days of Apollo ending by Paul a am pics writer statements by us. Admirals in Congress that the russians appear to be seeking additional Mediterranean Porta the soviet Navy which currently has one of its largest forces Ever in the Mediterranean already has Access to port facilities in Egypt and Syria like these two nations Algeria considers itself a Friend of the soviet Union. Use of the Merel Kebir port near Oran would free the soviet Navy from Reliance on at sea resupply and give them a refit and maintain ence base in the Western Mediterranean similar to facilities available to them in the Eastern area of the sea the Pentagon reported thursday the russian Fleet in the Mediterranean increased Over the past week by about 90 per cent. About 60 surface warships submarines and support vessels in months officials said they read no special meaning into the development discount ing the likelihood it is connected with the current High tensions in the i tract egyptian Critts the soviets once Only a Small presence in the vital Mediterranean. Have just about matched the size of the . 6th Fleet there. About half the soviet warships mount surface to surface or antiaircraft guided missiles the Pentagon said. For the first time the soviet have sent both of their helicopter carriers the moskva and the Leningrad into the Mediterranean. These Are regarded basically a Antisubmarine vessels the moskva Russia s first Carrier is cruising in the Cen it trial Mediterranean and the Leningrad in the area near Greece. Kidnap victim says death was certain by Harold j. Ajdin associated press writer Santo Domingo dominican Republic apr an american air attache freed thursday night in Exchange for 19 political prisoners said he had no doubt his captors would have killed him Quot without the slightest twinge of conscience if they had deemed it necessary. Quot it was an ideological thing Quot it. Col. Donald j. Crowley told a news conference shortly after his release from two Days As a hostage. The 48-year-old texan appeared in Good shape though tired and said his captors treated him Well. He was freed near toe Field where he was added by armed men tuesday morning As he arrived for Polo practice. He was the third . Official kidnapped since september in the latin american political abductions. Crowley said six Young men each armed with a machine pistol pulled him from his car and forced him to lie Down on the Back seat of their car. The colonel said he was kept blindfolded All during his Captivity except for two Brief occasions when he wrote letters his captors dictated. During his detention Crowley said he could hear the men voicing Quot highly anti american and Quot very far to the left Quot Opin ions a Crowley said he was let go after a half hour drive from his place of confinement. He was dropped off in the Street near toe St. Thomas Aquinas Seminary. Recognized by a traffic policeman he was taken to National police Headquarters and from there to the mexican embassy. In Accord with the agreement Between the government and the kidnappers he was held at toe embassy until word was received from Mexico of the Safe arrival there of the 19 political prisoners freed in Exchange for him. I after Crowley was abducted his kidnappers had notified the . Embassy and the dominican government that he would be executed unless 24 political prisoners were released from dominican jails and transported to Mexico. The dominican government agreed Only to release 20, and the offer was accepted. Later the number was reduced to 19. Crowley a native of Elpaso has served at the . Embassy in Santo Domingo since 1968 he is married and has three daughters and a son. In Mexico City the freed prisoners said they would return to the dominican Republic As soon As possible to continue their efforts to overthrow president Joaquin Balaguer. He is up for re election in May. The award was made by the Law enforcement assistance administration of the u. S. Department of Justice or. Byrd said that Spring Quarter enrolment in the schools police science curriculum is 106 full time students by far the largest enrolment in the state in Law enforcement education. Quot this has been one of the truly outstanding programs offered by Beaufort tech a or Byrd said Quot and the support Given the program by the Justice department indicates the value of the training being offered Quot our enrolment in police science is the largest in the state see tech Page 10 easter Sunrise service slated an easter Sunrise service will be held at Haven s Garden Here sunday morning at 6 o clock under sponsorship of the Beaufort county ministerial association. In Case of rain the service will move to the first free will Baptist Church at 901 Bonner Street a the program will feature a Sermon by the Rev Leonard Gerrald of the second Baptist Church the opening hymn will be by John Thompson of the first Baptist Church who win also Render a second Hynen during the Pra Peru. Athe scripture will be by the Rev. Thomas Apperson of the first presbyterian Church the opening prayer Wilt be by Jerry Smith pastor of wares Chape and Wharton Trinity United methodist churches and the Benediction will be by the or. Raymond Alexander pastor of toe first Christian Church Hall funeral held today funeral services for Jack Thurman Hall age 60, were conducted this afternoon at 2 90 of clock at the Chapel of the Stampley funeral Home by the Rev. Wayne Smith pastor of the first free will Baptist Church. Burial followed in the Oakdale cemetery. Or. Hall died wednesday evening at his Home at 203 Brown Street following several years of illness. Survivors include his wife one brother four Sisters two granddaughters and several nieces and nephews. Pallbearers were Fred Woolard Archie Evans jr., Edmond l. Evans Coy Evans Hilton Lewis and Curtis Clark. Space Center Houston apr the Champagne Days of the Apollo adventure Are Over and americans current corps of astronauts one of the moot Hite Grony if a of Tate Ever assembled is beginning to break up one by one. The spacemen who took Man s first step toward the stars in the Apollo program Are moving into Industry and other government jobs Waller m Schirra or. The irrepressible. Sly wit who com West seeks easier Access to Berlin in big 4 talks by Hubert j. Erb associated press writer Berlin a the Western allies Are hopeful that the four Power talks on Berlin which opened thursday will Lead to fewer communist restrictions on West Berlin and its people. But what Price will they have to pay for concessions the ., British and French ambassadors to West Germany met in West Berlin with the soviet. Envoy to East Germany for the first such conference on Berlin since 1954. The next session is scheduled april 28. American sources Here say movement of goods and Persona Between West Germany and West Berlin allowing West berliners to go through the Wail to East Berlin and easier West Berlin Trade with Eastern Europe Are the Crux of what the West seeks. Veteran observers pointed out however that the russians will not give up their bold on a Cess to the City without sizable concessions. Nor can the Western allies be expected to yield any of their rights which May some Day play a decisive role in a final German settlement. In former years the russians pressed to make West Berlin what Premier Nikita Khrushchev use to Call a a free since then they have contended that it is an Independent entity with four Power status and that the West germans have no rights in the City. The allies Back West German financial economic and Legal ties to West Berlin but have hedged on full endorsement of political presence. That presence since 1.965 has been expressed on an Ever sinking political Leve. Early this year the communists seriously harassed autobahn traffic because of Low key Federal parliament committee meetings. There is a Strong feeling a handed three spare voyages is already gone. So Teo. Are wit Ham a Anders one of the first three men to Circle the Moon and Michael Collins the Apollo to astronaut who waited in Moon orbit while his Crew mates j5��o�slfi���tt Apollo a commander Frank Borman who flew with Anders around the Moon leaves this summer sources say l Gordon Cooper jr., a two time space Veteran also will leave very soon Apollo 9 commander James a. Mcdavitt is still in the space program but does no to plan to Fly again. James. A. Lovell if. Who in Tor Moira Porto to Quot crewman said recently he would drop from the astronaut ranks after his flight As Apollo 11 command or next month others in the spa polio Toto try. Bul Are was pm. For a possible Chance to be named to the shrinking number of space flights planned High paying Job offers come in monthly Many firms Are anxious to hire the engineering piloting and management skills that the space Agency spent millions to develop in its Astro t earns ters Industry a Union refuses initial offer nauts Many firms also Are tax mus i Herr the names a dvrs made headlines around the world if Cooper leaves this summer. Alan r Shepard or will he the Only one of the original seven astronauts left in the Active ranks Shepard the first american in space was grounded until recently by an ear problem hut is commander of Apollo it a severe Cut in the space budget and a spreading out of the Moon flights has created doubt about the Long Range fun see Apollo Page 10 israelis claim f More Mig a troops set to defend capital City Ive by Neil Gil ride a labor writer Washington a the teamsters Union has rejected the trucking Industry s initial offer of a new three year contract providing nearly a an hour increases in wages and Benefit in announcing the turndown thursday night the Union said negotiations would resume today in an Effort to come up with an agreement before toe current contract expires at Midnight tuesday the rejection came As no Surprise even before the refusal was announced a Union source had said Quot the Utt Tritak settlement will be higher than this Industry offer and a teamsters official said thursday after releasing news of the rejection Quot i m sure they Union negotiators Are still optimistic of a settlement by next earlier in the Day thursday a Nixon administration source had said chances of a Settle ment appeared a very a Good Quot a sentiment seconded by a teamsters source who said Quot i done to think there s going in be a strike. We Haven t taken a strike heading off a repeat of the situation three years a go when teamsters to Trtilek isolated trucking firms and the Industry Carswell confusion both parties say vote will be close among Western observers that the russians will try to get the allies to endorse a reduction or even abandonment of the West German political presence in West Berlin. The bait could be an offer of better guarantees for Access ways or at least easier traffic conditions to and from the City and through the Wall. On the record of past statements West Germany which finances West Berlin and sees the isolated half City As its toehold in the former German capital cannot accept being forced out of the City even if the allies remain the East germans would gladly accept anything that endorsed East. Berlin As their communist capital with West Berlin As a special entity. At stake in the talks therefore Are the status of Berlin and the relationship of the allies see Berlin Page 10 by John Chadwick associated Presa writer Washington apr Senate mane vering Over the supreme court nomination of g. Harrold Carswell has created a tangle of confusing Cross currents with opposing sides agreeing Only that the vote will be close. Oregon s two Republican senators joined the opposition ranks thursday and one of them Mark o. Hatfield sent a letter to president Nixon urging him. To withdraw the nomination of the 50-year-old Tallahassee. Fla., Federal judge. Hatfield said he would vote to Send the nomination Back to the Senate judiciary committee but his colleague Robert w Packwood said he was Quot less Toan enthusiastic Quot about this move even though he intends to vote against Carswell s confirmation. A motion to return the Norm nation to the judiciary committee which approved it originally by a 13-4 vote1, has been proposed by sen. Birch Bayh a Indas an indirect Way of trying to kill or Force the withdrawal of Carswell s appoint ment. The vote on the motion is set few april 6. If it fails a direct vote on the nomination itself will follow april t. Some senators looked on Bayhl a move As an admission of weakness by opponents an a know Leger ent they Don t have the votes to defeat Carswell on a straight out vote As they did judge Clement f. Haynsworth jr., Nixon a first Choice for the court Post. But Bayh said the re committal motion will give the Senate a Chance Quot to express deep reservations of concern about the nominee to the president a if the Senate approves he said it would be saying in effect to Nixon Quot find us another Man on whom most of us can readily letter however Vermont a George d Aiken Dean of the Senate a republicans said Quot that a Duck ing the Issue a he added he has not decided How to vote on confirmation if the re committal move fails backers of the motion also picked up their first support from the ranks of Southern democrats when sen. . Ful Bright of Arkansas told the sen ate thursday he would vote for re committal. Fulbright said additional questions have been raised about Carswell since the judicial committee approved the nomination and the panel should take a new look. Hatfield said in his Carswell a name Quot has become a Symbol of the despair distract and disillusionment that beguiled our admonitions to work peacefully within our democratic institutions a Packwood said he would vote against confirmation because Quot there Are too Many examples in both t he private and Public life of judge Carswell which show Insen Ivity and disregard for Basic human rights Quot Hatfield s and Packwood a announcements brought to six the number of Republican senators on record against Carswell. Twenty seven democrats have taken a Public stand against confirmation. Forty senators Are on record in support of the nomination. President Nixon was reported standing firmly behind Carswell and Senate gop leaders maintained that barring further erosion among supporters Bayh s re committal motion will be Defeated. And the .nomina.tion, will be confirmed sen. Edward j. Gurney r-fta., who sponsored Carswell a appointment said while the vote will be close Quot our head count shows we have the votes for retaliated with a lockout is of major concern to labor plagued president Nixon the administration has just gotten through a major postal strike a in the Center of a slow Down by air traffic controllers and is faced with a possible nationwide rail strike an Industry source said prior to the1 Tasiv Stere action that virtually All contract clause a have been wrapped up except the economic package and Quot Money is now taking the Center stage Quot in the trucking talks. The negotiations had been conducted in an air of almost to Tal secrecy at teamsters beak see teamsters Page 10� five being held for Bank theft Ahoskie n. C. A five men Are being held in Wilson county jail on Hank robbery charges after $27,000 was taken from the Roxobel Branch of Southern Bank amp Trust co. The five were apprehended thursday four hours after the robbery and almost All the Money was recovered. An estimated 100 Law officers swept into Ahoskie after a policeman spotted a suspicious car and radioed a bulletin for help Ahoskie a in northeastern North Carolina near the Vir Ginia line. The five were identified by the Highway patrol As Robert Bazemore 18, of Kelford near Roxobel and of Washington j. C. And Bernard Green 24 Willie James Williams also 24 Willie Mccoy Freeman 22, and Thomas Wallace All of were captured after police radioed news of the Rob Bery and a description of the getaway car to nearby police agencies when Ahoskie policeman Jack Hardison met a. Suspicious car to the Edge of town on u. S. 13 near the intersection with n. C. 350, he began to Chase it. But the car stopped and the men fled into Woods within an hour Law officers had run Down All five men a one in a ditch near the car three about it Miles from the car and the fifth about 21 Miles from the vehicle. By Marcum Eli Amin a Ancl aled press writer Tel Aviv a israeli pilots reported their second ban Ner Day this week today claim ing they shot Down five egyptian mig21s in dogfights Over port Suez at the Southern end j canal Egypt admitted the Hiss Olane plane hut churned one task a Jet exploded in the air an another was hit by egyptian fighters is Rael denied the claims an egyptian spokesman said an estimated 0u planet 40 from each air fam Lyt Fril in too Metee matting it the Bigg m t tie radar Tad a to Coa War Rig an israeli spokesman said the migs were downed by Cannon fire and rockets at Quot medium Al to Lude Quot he said one plane exploded in flight another crashed with its Pilot and the other three Pilot were seen parachuting the israelis said their planes made another 90-minute raid at noon on the Southern sector of the canal. It was tire second major Aeri a i Victory reported by Israel in three Days and the biggest tug of egyptian planes claimed by Israel s pilots in More than six months. L on wednesday the israelis claimed they downed four Mig 21s in dogfights Ove the Northern part of the canal. Egypt de med any losses today s report brought to 85 the total number of egyptian planes the israelis claim to have shot Down since the 1967 Middle East War. A israeli planes returned safely today an israeli spokesman said he made the same report after the dogfights a see mid East Page 10 to i nil Willi win a plated la or writer phenom penh. Cambodia. Apr Viet Cong forces have launched attacks against Cam Hodian troop the nations pro Monat Quot haul of Vitato anti will today in a nationwide broadcast Cheng Heng said that since thursday Quot the Viet Cong have begun actions against the Cam Bodian people and our soldiers in province near the Border Quot tension was evident in this somnolent capital where tanks raced through downtown streets in the Early morning and took up positions on All major roads leading in and out of the City. More troops in camouflage uniforms and carrying communist made ak47 rifles were evident Bridges across the Mekong River leading toward the prov meet bordering Vietnam were heavily guarded Cheng Heng charged that the Viet Cong was forcing Boudar villagers to listen to a tape recording of Prince Norodom Sihanouk. Ousted chief of state now in peking calling for Geretta warfare demonstrations in favor of Sihanouk were reported to have provinces. Viet Cong forces in civilian clothing were reported to have attacked a Sci Jan less than 12 mils from phenom penh cambodian tank rom Nixt i be time Quot a is. By. South we a a re mrs pita on an Island famed a a a Tow Mekong River cambodian soldiers stopped All traffic in that direction French sources said by Telephone from Koh by that 10 per sons were reported killed before the Viet Cong left. Cheng Heng also said the Viet Cong Are forcing villagers to sell Rice to communist troops in Cambodia. The government radio reported a group of youths egged on by the Viet Cong attacked government offices on thursday in the provincial capital of ramping Cham. 35 Miles Northeast of the capital burned Docu Menta and commandeered a Convoy of trucks to phenom penh the broadcast said cambo Dan troops aided by the people arrested the youth Las they arrived at toe outskirts of phenom. Penh. The broadcast said the demonstrators Quot sacked the off i s it the government of sat vat Ion burned documents ransacked government Headquarters and then forcibly took trucks try go to phenom penh g overment Union reach settlement Washington a Union and government negotiators said today they have reached a basis for settling the pay dispute that led to a widespread postal strike last week with president Nixon spending the easter weekend at key Biscayne fla., Congress adjourned until tuesday and the country s postal clerks and car Only one weapon a a sawed piers Back on the jobs Neotia off 410 gauge Shotgun a was found with the men police said officers found two caches of Money in. The Woods with about $15,000 in one and Between so 000 and $9,000 in the other. Talmadge Barnes cashier at the Bank said the robbery occurred at 10 05 . When three or four men entered the Bank and pointed guns at him three customer and five women employees. After ordering everyone in the Bank to lie on the floor he said the robbers Quot cleaned out the drawers and then went to toe tors appeared driving toward a settlement after two Days of talks. They were to resume discussions this afternoon spokesmen for both sides characterized the talks As a serious Quot and Quot business like Quot and following a thursday night session that broke up after l est today issued a statement saying they had Quot Quot reached a basis for exactly what that meant however was not disclosed by the negotiating team headed by postmaster general Winton a Blount and the Al Cion a James glides. On Capitol Hill meantime a joint houses state Post office conference committee that met to work out a postal pay Bill broke up its session amidst charges by the Leader of the House contingent rep Thad Deus j. Dulski the. Senators were simply marking time waiting for the Blount Gil Dea talks to Bear fruit. A Quot any action we might take could Only Warp or Louse up the bargaining downtown Quot chairman Gale w Mcgee of the Senate Post office pane id. Mcgee and do greed to delay further a subject to the Call of both t Nen any pay hike tie postmen will eventually e to be approved by Cong la and signed by toe on another front Ibur Day the Pentagon reported about 10,000 reservist and National guards men remain on Active duty in new York although there were no plans to use them unless another strike flares up
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