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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - March 31, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaWeather am i this evening tonight Cloudy and Cool we needs continued Cloudy but oot a Cool Washington daily news if you do not get your mw2145 Between i 30 and 7 00 n Clork and on Wilt balt the Liv Crad in you established 1909 eight to .1 a or u a i i am App a the sport a Quot Quot to birth "1 he Imor. Judges May remove noisy defendants Airport ruse fails. Hijacked Airliner lands Sta Seoul Proxmire charges military Over c5 by Carl p Lei Sim vhf associated press writer Washington a sen William Proi nire charged the Pentagon today with Quot an appalling Lack of knowledge Quot about Lockheed aircraft financial condition in connection with the controversial c5 super transport contract. The Wisconsin Democrat told the Senate in a prepared speech he has been informed the Nixon administration May soon ask Congress Quot to make provisions for Lockheed a $641 million claim on the c5 and three other contracts Quot despite the current ignorance about Lockheed s finances and the reasons for Lockheed s calling for a detailed explanation of the administration s position and its analysis of the situation. He said Quot presently there Are Many More questions than there Are answers., and. It would be a serious breach of the Public Trust if the decision were made before these questions were completely Lockheed said earlier this month it faced serious financial problems unless the government came through with a 1641 million Cash Advance for four military programs the c5, the Cheyenne helicopter the spam missile and several shipbuilding contracts. The super transport a Contro see Lockheed. Page 8 u. S., soviets Aid ship in distress u. Navy plane shoots Down Mig Saigon apr a . Navy1 fighter bomber escorting a reconnaissance plane shot Down a mig21 Over North Vietnam saturday the . Command announced today. A spokesman said it was the tilth North vietnamese Jet fighter shot Down during the War but the first since sept. 13, 1968 the command said the Navy f4 phantom Jet and the unarmed. Reconnaissance plane an rf4c phantom equipped for photographic work were flying Over Thanh Hoa 125 Miles North of the demilitarized zone. The spokesman said he did not know if the mig21 fired on. The . Planes. But he said the shooting Down of the North Viet namese plane was a Quot protective reaction to an enemy threat. An inherent right of self despite the halt in . Bombing of North Vietnam that went into effect nov. A 1968, american planes have continued to Fly reconnaissance missions Over the North. Several have been shot Down. The . Command says the reconnaissance planes Are unarmed but Are escorted by fighter bombers to protect them against attack. Richmond Al a Fiir Virginia Beach men were resting easier today after a harrowing weekends end on High. High seas from which they were rescued by . And soviet vessels. The three Kenneth f. New Bern James e. Harrison and Clyde e. Cummings were fishing for Mack eral aboard new Bernys 26-foot Cabin Cruiser weaken late sunday afternoon off Chesapeake Light. They were having plenty of Luck until they started Home. Then they found the engine Start. Quot we lit a red flare and waved it at the Chesapeake Light platform a said Harrison. The platform Crew summoned a coast guard helicopter but none of the men aboard the weaken wanted off so the chopper whirled off above the rising seas to a nearby Fleet of russian trawlers two of which it led Back to the disabled Craft. One trawler tried to take the vessel in two but a Mammoth wave smashed the two boats together. Quot we smashed our gunwale and busted our Windshield a said Harrison Quot and the trawler Laid right Over on her Saide. She was knee deep in fish and they were sliding Over the Side. Her Pilot House must have been 25 feet up but when she1 Laid Over i could have shaken hands with the the Tow operation with the first trawler finally ended when a Cleat pulled off and the second see Rescue Page 8 by k. C. Hwang associated press writer Seoul apr the Pilot of a japanese Airliner hijacked by leftist students la rated at Seoul s International Airport today and the South koreans tried to trick the hijackers into believing they were in North Korea but the ruse failed about four hours after the plane landed with 115 persons aboard the Pilot asked the control Tower to allow him to take off Quot we want to land some 120 Miles North of Here Quot he said apparently meaning at Pyongyang. The North korean capital and the destination the hijackers had demanded sources at the Airport said the local manager of Japan air lines sent the hijackers a note telling them the Pilot could take them to Pyongyang but they should allow the other 95 or More passengers and crewmen to get off in. Seoul. The sources said there was no immediate response from the hijackers. The South koreans had rigged up signs to make the Airport appear to be Pyongyang a and tried other devices to convince the hijackers they were in the communist North but the ruses failed. Learning from the Pilot s Call shortly before 7 . That the tricks had failed the authorities see Hijack. Page 8 mrs. Annie Hardee d ies mrs. Annie Myrtle Hardee age 47, a resident of the Moore s Beach Road it. 2, Tioco Finity. Died in the Beaufort county Hospital monday afternoon at 3 . Following a critical illness of three months. She had been in ailing health for several months. Mrs. Hardee was born in Beaufort county september 15, 1923, daughter of mrs. Flora Brame Hodges Richardson and the late Euriah Hodges. She was married to James Martin Hardee of Pitt county on August 25, 1945. She was a member of the Union Chapel free will Baptist Church and an employee of the National spinning company. Surviving besides her Mother and husband Are her step father Lester Richardson two daughters. My. Jackie Wallace and mrs. Edmond Harris one brother Wilmar Lee Hodges and one sister mrs. Junior Boyd All of it. 2, Chocowinity. Funeral services will be held at 2 . Thursday in the Chapel of the Paul funeral Home conducted by the Rev. Roger Tripp pastor of the Union Chapel free will Baptist Church and the Rev. Wayne w. Smith pastor erf the first free will Baptist Church. Burial will follow in Pamlico memorial gardens. The following will serve As pallbearers Barry Ingalls Morgan Harris Elmer Edwards Norwood a Foore Max Jones and Gordon Edwards hard nosed wit controllers High court decision l unanimous Washington a the supreme court upheld today the right of trial judges to remove disorderly disruptive and disrespectful defendants from the it a to i is prot or administration of criminal Justice that dignity order and de Corum be the Hallmarks of All court proceedings in our country said. Justice Hugo l. Black Quot the flagrant disregard in the courtroom of elementary standards of proper conduct should not and cannot be tolerated a therefore the High court said through Stock. There Are at least three constitutionally permissible ways for a trial judge to handle an obstreperous defendant he can be bound and gagged but allowed to remain in the court room he1 can be cited for contempt or he can be taken out of the court room until he promises to conduct himself properly. The ruling was unanimous. Separate concurring opinions were filed by justices William o. Douglas and William j. Brennanjr the decision is of major significance in Light of a recent wave 0# disruptive trials the recent highly publicized trial of eight persons accused of conspiring to incite riots during the 1968 democratic National convention in Chicago was disrupted repeatedly. At its end All the remaining defendants were sentenced for contempt of court by judge Julius g. Hoffman one of the original defendants Bobby g. Seale was bound and gagged for a time before a mistrial was declared in his Case the ruling Howerde of. ? in an otherwise routine Holdup Case in Chicago involving a Man named William Allen. The ruling meets the argument that the presence of noisy defendants must be tolerated at their trials because they hav a constitutional right to confront their accusers backers of that argument ejected by the supreme court have contended that the constitutional right can be observed Only by having the defendants present and unshackled during their trials. The Allen and riot cases Are connected in that judge Hoffman relied on an appeals court ruling in the Allen Case to bind and gag Seale who later was sentenced to four years in prison for contempt Black in announcing the decision from the Bench said Quot the courts can to deny him alien a fair trial he was trying to deny the courts their the Justice said the trial judge a conducted himself As a judge should.,"�?T Allen whose defense was insanity disrupted the Cook county trial by tearing up his file arguing with the judge and advising him at Quot when i go out for lunch time you re going to be a Black said a we do not hold that it violates the Constitution to remove from court in this Case the defendant any obstacles to a fair trial. North vietnamese appear Over big political crisis English speakers Only pro chinese High court agrees to hear pm to be a a i or losers voter literacy c Challenge by Don Mcleod Assort a us press writer Washington it a it the supreme court has agreed to Bear a major new Challenge against states Quot literacy requirements on grounds they deny millions of americans who done to speak English the right to vote. A the right to vote is a Funda mental right a said a petition filed by the mexican american federation and a group of farm labourers protesting the state of Washington a literacy requirements. Arguments will come next fall in tie class action could have Broad Impact since it claims Quot literacy requirements affect from 3 million to 4 million people of voting age in 19 states Quot the suit charges the state s registration practices amount to literacy tests adding Quot the liter Acy requirement is a racial and it tunic Gei Ryma not a. A Quot the supreme court in 1959 held that a state could require a literacy test a King As it applied to All voters regardless of race or color. In that Case the court upheld North Carolina Quot a literacy test it got into the same area in 1965 in a new York puerto Case but there it upheld Congress right to legislate against language harriers to the ballot not the constitutionality of language tests themselves thrusting at the past cos it holdings that literacy tests fairly administered Art not Here warily unconstitutional the Mev ican american petition said such ballot restrictions a a re Root d in discrimination and preserve its effects the ability to read English is not essential to enlightened Vot my. The petition sold since the general Public relies heavily on factors other than print id me Dia in forming opinions and Vot a Nof Quot Quot historically a the petition said Quot in origin purpose and of feet literacy requirements have been racially Dis criminal t try �?~none1 of the original 13 slates had any such the petition noted Quot none existed in a a see court. Tage a a Black Man brother defends of doctor sacrifices of Carswell government moves against strikers by Bill ne1kirk a associated press writer Washington a the government moved ahead today with a hard nosed crackdown against striking air controllers in a move to smash the week old slow up air traffic. Wybe so called sick in work stoppage by controllers continued to spread the Federal aviation administration openly threatened to fire or suspend those who stay away from their posts. And reacting to a Justice department request . Attorneys in a number of cities sought temporary restraining orders to Stop the strike. The effect of the new strategy was not. Immediately Clear Early today As flight delays and tie continued in major airports throughout the nation. The list of absentees increased monday to 522 out of a scheduled Force of 1,666 controllers who handle High Altitude flights in 21 centers the Federal aviation administration said. In a letter to each absent controller the Faa said Quot most of you have Igen mislead by strike organizers awl in such cases the ultimate penalty of dismissal is not appropriate. A your policy for those who now want to return to work is As follows you. Will be charged for being absent without leave for those Days you have missed. That Means you will lose pay for those Days. In addition you will be suspended without pay at some time in the future for a number of Days equal to the number of Days you stayed away from transportation Secretary John a. Volpe skid those who continued to work can look Forward to Cash awards and for special recognition in their personnel files the slowdown called by Sfat co the professional air controllers organization made easter weekend travel difficult but possible. Patch claims about 3,000 controllers have taken part in the Campaign. The government says the figure is about half that amount. In san Francisco a restraining order appeared monday to have Little immediate effect. Half the controllers scheduled for duty remained off the Job at Fremont. Oakland and san Francisco All covered by the restraining order. In Chicago the Faass warning resulted in four men calling to. To Ray they would return but others remained out of Hare International Airport estimated its air traffic Down by 15 to 20 per see air Page 8 a Jihn chair in a 4 associated press write Washington a a Black government official says he stands behind a letter to wrote favourable to a Harold Carswell a supreme court nomination and denies the Justice department pressured him into writing it. Charles Wilson Deputy chief conciliator for the equal employment Opportunity com Mission since last fall said in an interview Quot there has been no pressure neither threats nor instead be indicated that since he wrote the feb. 5 letter pressure on him had come from those opposing president Nix oils nomination of the Tallahassee Fla Federal appeals court judge Quot obviously most of the peo pie associated with me most of my life Are very unhappy Quot he said. Quot but what i said in my let Ter Are my sen. Alan Cranston a Calif. Opened the controversy monday with a charge that Justice officials had pressured Wilson into writing the letter Deputy ally. Gen. Richard a Kleindienst told a news Confer ence that Cranston s charges were Quot absolutely and assistant atty. Gen. William h Rehnquist said Wilson had volunteered to write the letter to the Senate judiciary committee. In the letter. Wilson said that As a Black lawyer representing plaintiffs in school desegregation and other civil rights cases in Carswell a court he always received fair and courteous treatment. Carswell was the Federal District judge in Tallahassee before the Senate last june approved isee Carswell Page 8� buies Creek Bank robbed buies Creek . A a Branch of first citizens Bank to buies Creek was robbed this morning and police in nearby Fuquay Varina captured four persons. Details of the Holdup and the amount of Money taken were not immediately disclosed police said about an hour after the robbery a Fuquay Varina policeman noticed a station Wagon with four men inside and gave Chase the car wrecked on . 55 near Hollands Crossroads and the four were picked up. No charges have yet been filed. Vioney joins army by Pat Reese Fayetteville observer writer written for the a it Bragg n. C it Apt a if the department of the army attempts to Contact a maj k l Gushwa 36, at it Bragg it May run into More than it expected. A maj. Robert l. Gushwa is a chaplain a Veteran of two Tours in Vietnam and is now stationed with the 82nd airborne division at it. Bragg. Maj. Richard l Gushwa is a doctor Only recently enlisted in the army. And is now station Ltd with the 82nd airborne they also happen to be twin Brothers or. Gushwa an osteopathic physician with a lucrative practice in Houston tex., volunteered for the army this year much to the amazement of his fellow doctors and neighbors he asked that if possible he to allowed to serve with his brother the army granted the wish the doctor is now assigned to the North dispensary in the 82nd division area not far from his brother s Chapel in the first brigade. He also moved into a Home less than two blocks from his brother a. The doctor and his wife have two children and the chaplain and his wife have three children the Brothers made their first Parachute jump together last Friday it was chaplain gush a s 7 Ith jump and or gush a s sixth chaplain Gushwa said follow my the jump. Quot i Hope neither of us my is the other s services although they Are look a i ikes their lives began to move along separate paths in High school the doctor was interested in sports and Plavy Ruff than the football team Elf chaplain was interested in dramatics and the glee club. Chaplain Gushwa wavered to tween a career in drama and the ministry he chose the lat Ter and went Kcf a presbyterian Seminary or. Gushwa won a football scholarship to Western Michi Gan University in Kalamazoo and won a football letter play my guard he went on to the Chicago College of osteopathy after graduation from the Chi Cago school. Or Gushwa began his practice in Texas Why then give it up and take to the army Ltd it Quot there a a ought to to a Nice simple or. Gush a said a but it s a combination of a lot of things patriotism 1 guess is one Factor. Quot there Are other things our country has been in Vietnam for about nine years i wanted to find out for myself about our in see Brothers. Page 8 by William l by a special correspondent North Vietnam s communists apm a to have just gun through a political crisis Over the party s leadership and the outcome can have important meaning for All of Indochina the pro chinese element seems to be the loner and even to be threatened by a purge if it fails to submit be Duan first secretory of the Tai Dong it work its party apparently is now the strongest figure among the heirs of to Chi mint and a final among equals Quot in the Hanoi leadership 1the Prospect thus is for More leverage for the soviet Union to Hanoi and a decisive role should Moscow choose one Day to occupy it in shaping the future of War Ridden Indochina the suggestion of an inner party struggle seemed Clear in the Way pravda the soviet a communist newspaper treated an article by be Duan published in Hanoi to Mark the North Viet Nat Nese party s 40th anniversary pravda reprinted excerpts at great length and in a position reserved for the most important of political articles hinting at a purge of dissidents. La Duan said that in line with War party a decided to guard Unity As the Apple of its Eye our party never will tolerate any sort of evidence try fractional Seffl our party considers separatism and factionalism in the party the heaviest crimes against the the party he wrote in. Ruled by a collective because Quot one Man. However prominent his qualities,.,cannot understand everything cannot know about All Only Quot collective Wisdom a he wrote could avoid subjectivism Quot the not Moscow attributed to Nikita Thrush Artiev that sin. Committed by one Man rulers leads to mistakes and. Consequences which Are sometime dangerous Quot be Duan wrote now 61. Be Duan was one of to earliest revolutionary As it Oei acts he Long served to As an expert on relations with for sign communists Early in the soviet chinese quarrel Duan seemed to try to steer a Middle Uve but now he evidently is wholly with the russians from w bom come economic and military goods to sustain Hanoi in ii s a Quot a is w it h soul h a vie town Laos. Cambodia and the americans. It a the pravda treatment Sug gifts at the least that the pro chinese element in. Hanoi now is. Effectively silenced be Duane a article As excerpted by pravda. Sec \ Vietnam Page 8i Cost of meat for dinner by Don Kendall a farm writer Washington a the Cost of meat for the dinner table May be heading for another round of increases similar to the Price hikes that afflicted Consumers last summer. Government economists have a list of Hedges to their Outlook but some concede the Prospect of holding the Price line on meat is Bleak. At any rate the future is Uncertain for housewives who already spend 30 cents of every food Dollar on meat for their families. The agriculture department sketched in this Price Back ground monday total red meat production was Down 4 per cent to february from a year ago beef gained slightly but pork. The second favorite dropped 12 per cent. The average Price for All livestock in March was at a record High still the economists say much will depend on How Well Mixon administrations anti inflation Campaign is doing come summer while some cuts of meat have declined since last Summers read peaks pork has risen recently. So has hamburger a popular Choice of the housewife. There May be some easing of the cattle Market later on a a department economist said monday. Quot i done to think they la be quite As High As last june Dupwe done to see much weakening. last August after beef cattle dropped from 17-year Market highs in june round Steak sold for an average of $1.32 a Pound according to the Bureau of labor statistics hamburger costs 66 cents a Pound. In february the bus said round Steak costs $1.29 a Pound Only 3 cents less than in August and hamburger edged up to 65 3 cents hogs during the Winter Rose to near record prices pork chops jumped from $1.17 per Pound last August to $1.21 in february compared with $1 05 a year ear her. Experts say if Farmers raise More baby pigs As Hope idus Spring More pork Sho Tuu be available by fall. Poultry growers also Are helping out and february Slaughter was reported 13 per cent larger than a a see meat Asage 8
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