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The Daily Tar Heel
Saturday, September 18, 1971
Victory for Nixon
.Draft could resiime in Oct
ATTICA, New York - A congressional committee opened its investigation Fnday
into the five-day rebellion at Attica State Prison, one of four inquiries into the uprising
that claimed 40 lives.
The Mouse Select Committee on Crime, headed by Rep. Claude Pepper, D-I lorida,
met with Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller in New York City and then flew to Attica to
inspect the facility.
Pepper said the visit was to "learn what we can about this tragic occurence."
In other developments Friday:
-The New York Post quoted Dr. Sheldon Schwartz of Buffalo, who for two days
worked as a volunteer at the prison, as saying more than 300 inmates were shot-many
of them in fhe back-as authorities retook the prison Monday. Prison officials said they
knew of 40 inmate injuries and they expected it would increase as examinations
-Mayor John V. Lindsay of New York, a Republican-turned-Democrat. indicated he
disagreed with the way Rockefeller, a Republican, had handled the disturbance.
-Lawyers began entering the prison to confer with inmates for the first time since
the revolt was broken.
-Live of the state's leading judges prepared to hold their first meeting Saturday in
New York to name a citizens' "truth seeking" commission which will act solely as a
fact-finding body looking into the disturbance.
Israeli plane doivned
Fgypt is using Soviet-made SAM
missiles shot down by an unarmed Israeli
Air Force Boeing Stratocruisr 14 miles
east of the Suez Canal today in a
premeditated attack, an Israeli military
spokesman announced in Tel Aviv.
The spokesman described the attack as
the most serious military crisis between
Fgypt and Israel since the cease-fire went
jntOj effect a year ago. He said seven
crewmen were missing and presumed
UNITFD NATIONS - A prominent European diplomat normally close to the United
States delegation predicted Friday the U.S. effort to save a United Nations seat for
Nationalist China will fail.
His prediction came as U.S. Ambassador George Bush continued efforts to line up
influential co-sponsors for two resolutions designed to keep the Nationalist regime
from being expelled when the Peking government is admitted.
The United States has already lined up nearly a dozen smaller governments to
co-sponsor the U.S. resolutions in the annual session of the U.N. General Assembly
opening on Tuesday.
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flaming wreck fell 15 miles inside
Israeli-held territory. His statement
followed Israeli newspaper reports earlier
this week that the Fgyptians were
building missile sights only a mile from
the Fgyptian west bank.
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WASHINGTON- The Senate rejected
a dfter.r.ir.ed bid by -war cr:::;s Fr.day t;
block the draft z.-.z Preside-:
Nixon a victory that could res::-:
inductions by October.
Members voted - to 36 aga;r.:
tabling the draft extension so it cou'.j be
rewritten to set an April 1 deadline
U.S. withdrawal from Vietnam.
The vote appeared to have broken a
congressional deadlock that has left the
President without autho:ir t induct
draftees into the armed er:.es ;.r..;
Within two hours of the showj
vote. 22 senators had filed a petition to
stop a filibuster against further action :n
the bill and a vote was set tor Tuesday ( n
halting further debate.
Although the bill still fu.es the threat
of filibuster and other parliamer.tarv
delaying maneuvers by draft opponents.
ZURICH - British Prune Mirmter
Ldward Heath said Friday Britain's entry
into the Common Market should be
followed by a West Luropean summit
conference to establish unified foriegn.
defense, economic and monetary policies.
Heath said Britain wants to maintain
her "natural relationship" with the
United States but believes her "future
prosperity and security both require we
should join in an enlarged Luropean
He said aJso international monetary
difficulties have stressed the need for a
new international system and Europe
must work out a common front so it "can
speak with one voice" in such
Heath outlined his future policies in a
speech commemorating Winston
Churchill's historic "I ed Sta . , o:
Furope" address 25 years ago.
He spoke outdoors in the same
"Fraumuenster" church quare where
Churchill called for European unification
based on Franco-German
reconciliation-just one year after the
war-sponsored and later joined by Britain.
High British government sources said
after Heath's speech that he envisages
Britain formally entering the Common
Market in December or January with a
summit conference about six months
French Foriegn Minister Maurice
Schumann, speaking after Heath, recalled
in 1957 Churchill commented on the
formation of the Common Market that
year by saying: "We will come one day,
don't push history."
Heath said Western Europe must adopt
a common foreign policy aimed at
peaceful cooperation with the Soviet
Union and Eastern Europe.
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Senate the meas-re would be on Nixon's
d e 5 '; b ' the end o ! the r. t v - - - - v
next w eek.
The :te lengthened a string of defeats
fcr those ekir.r to legislate a deadline
for ending U.S. involve men
in tr.e u -:.
The string rrcke onl cnce-h?n Senate
Democratic Leader Mike Mansf.eld
teered an amerdme-t -- d""" "
through the Senate lat Jure h t e a
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and it was removed
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FT. MCPHERSON. Ga. - A military
judge Friday reduced or dismissed all but
one of the 102 murder counts lodged
against Cap:. Ernest L. Medina for his
role at My Lai. ar.d Medina's attorney
argued there was no way the one charge
The remaining count accuses Medina
of killinc a Vietnamese woman outside of
Medina admitted he shot the woman,
hut said he did it in self-defense after he
came upon her in a rice paddy and she
appeared to be dead. He said he detected
a movement from her, turned
instinctively and fired in self-defense.
F. Lee Bailey. Medina's famed civilian
WASHINGTON - Ailing Supreme
r rt Iv -the H.'en L. Black ar" "inced
iu-. retirement Fridav .
The announcement was made throuch
he V 1 te H -ise.
lila.k. S5, has been undergoing tests at
Bethesda Naval Hospital since last month.
He informed President Nixon of his
decision to step down in a letter delivered
Friday afternoon by a messenger.
Press Secretary Ronald L. Ziegler said
Black cited reasons of his health for his
Black, appointed by President Franklin
D. Roosevelt, took his seat October 9,
Ziegler said Nixon "accepts with deep
regret the decision on the part of Justice
Black to retire from active service."
Ziegler said Nixon would begin at once
seeking "the best qualified person to fill
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draft bl m a Senate-Hou negotiating
conference in Julv .
Deeriy desapp-omte d. Mansfield rose it
11:15 a.m. to make his tabhng motion,
stating he did so on behalf of .5t.M
American dead and wounded, "the
amputees, those who have been drugged
to death, those who hae been
demoralized, those who are the living
But his ma-ontv for the measure
psed under the weuht of mtensivf
administration bbbvir. 2nd increasing!)
sharp warnings from the White House of
an impending manpower crisis in the
attorney, argued if the judge believed
Medina's story, that the woman moved, it
would be a case of justifiable homicide on
the ground of self-defense. But if the
judge believed the woman did not move.
Bailey said, then he should conclude the
woman was dead before Medina arrived at
the scene and be fired into a dead body.
"Fither vsay, where is the room for
conviction''" Bailey asked.
The military judge. Col. Kenneth A.
progress at Paris talks
WASHINGTON - The administration
forsees the possibility of progress at the
Paris peace talks once Hanoi is convinced
the United States will not dump the
present Saigon leadership or slow the
The informed officials who reported
this declined to say when they thought
North Viewnam and the Viet Cong might
begin serious negotiations. They said it
would be unwise to set deadlines because
President Nixon is dealing cautiously with
a very "delicate" situation.
"Vietnamization" - turning over the
war to the South Vietnamese - happened
to coincide with political turmoil in
Saigon, they asserted.
Even if the Communists eventually get
down to brass tacks in Paris, it most
likely would be preceded by increasingly
bitter propaganda from Hanoi and
intensified opposition at the
three-year-old talks in Paris, they added.
Administration officials said Hanoi
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ack of the
rarher when Sen. Gordon Allot:. K i o.
and others eek:-g a fundamental hi-v-i.
i..e . 3m.- i. ....o.. t a .j.-.
provision decided to drop the .ss..?
Al'.ott said he had Nixon's pledg?
support a later S.;00 million increase tl- .
would be directed to first a
second-yeir Vrv.cem" hu
members of the M.n: Arrr.eJ
Committee sa d thev
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attempt to attach the extra r r
military procurement bill
Howard, ordered a verdict of .uq..
a separate charge Medina ordered
I he third specification o
Lodged agairot Med;na-deScr.Ked
big one" by Bailev -charged Med.r
allowing his men to kill i oo
Vietnamese.' civilians during a M.i:
ll)ro, ir.far.tr sweep through M I
in the case that the "judge and s.
felt their positions were corvp: ::
undoubtedly would attempt to tAe
advantage of divided American p::-..
over whether president Nivon !: .:
have used his leverage to force Pre- .!.
Neuven Van Ib.ieu to hold .1 vor.t e-' '
Pemi seeks time
PI II LA 1)1 LP! 11 A - Trustees oj :
Penn Central Railroad, citing a need ! -more
studies, asked a federal court I r.J :
for a second six-month extension . !
deadline for filing a reorganization p!ar
"The next six months will be critical r
solidifying the trustees corulusK rss
the viability of the railroad." said !'.
petition to U.S. District Court Jul.
John P. Fullam, who is overseeing tr.
reorganization of the carrier.
"To this point, the trustees have 1
unable to report reliable project!
anticipated levels of traffic, rw
therefore, revenues," the petition said.
Fullam took the petition ur. ! -advisement.
The current six-ni-'''
extension expires next Wednesday.
SAIGON - Communist forces trvire !
drive South Vietnamese troops out of ::
U Minh forest launched coordinate i
attacks against three govern:- e"
positions, killing and wounding 144
the 1,500 defenders, military spoken--.'
In the heaviest fighting m S .'
Vietnam in 10 months, a U.S. 7th F:e-.-'
destroyer and swarms of U.S. hciur' -gunships
reinforced South Vi-etnar::;
infantry, artillery and fighter-bomber. -beating
off the attackers.
The fighting raged from early rr.-,rr..r.
darkness Thursday well into da;.!.::.:
When the shooting stopped, the b j.e-. :
91 Communist soldiers lay m :.. :
mangrove swamp "Forest of Darkr.e" "
the Mekong Delta.
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