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Tuesday, April 22, 1975
The DHy Tar Hel
J ban Little appears
I mi court for first time!
United Press International
WASHINGTON, N.C.-Joan Little
appeared Monday for the first time at
preliminary hearings in Beaufort County
Superior Court on murder charges against
her in the stabbing death of a jailer. Sitting!
quietly with her chin propped in her hands,
the 20-year-old black, woman watched as
Deputy Sheriff Donald Lewis and Jury
Commissioner William Mason testified for
the prosecution on a pre-trial motion to
dismiss the indictment against her.
Attorneys for Miss Little, charged with
stabbing White, 62-year-old Clarence
Alligood to death with an ice pick, cross
examined the prosecution witnesses at
Persons barred from Nixon rally
admit to possible antiwar protest
United Press International
CHARLOTTE Two persons who were
barred from the 1971 speech here by former
President Nixon testified Monday they
would have participated in antiwar protests
if they had gained admittance.
Their testimony came as trial opened in
the $1.1 million civil suit filed by 19 persons
who claim they were illegally prevented from
attending the Billy Graham Day observance
when Nixon spoke.
Among the 20 defendants in the suit are
former White House Chief of Staff H.R.
Haldeman, former Nixon aides William
Henkel Jr. and Ronald Walker, the Secret
Service, the Charlotte Police and members
of the Veterans of Foreign Wars
organization who aided with security at the
Lawrence James Richard, 16, one of the
plaintiffs, testified he was denied admittance
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Defense lawyer Jerry Paul asked both
Mason and Lewis if they knew or had ever
participated in activities of the Ku Klux Klan
in the county. Both said they knew of KKK
activities but had never taken part in any.
Both men testified they did not know of
any intentional discrimination against the
black, women and the elderly as defense
witnesses contended. Jury commissioners
draw up lists of prospective jurors and
submit them to law enforcement officers for
elimination of any person unable to serve on
A total of 18 pre-trial motions are to be
argued during the preliminary hearing and
the motion to dismiss the indictment is the
first to come up. .
to the coliseum on three occasions even
though he had tickets each time. He had
earlier been admitted without difficulty but
went back outside because he was bored.
Richard, who said he was dressed in
jeans, tennis shoes and had shoulder length
hair, said he felt he was denied admission
because of his appearance.
He said he didn't go to the eoliseum to
protest Nixon but "would have participated
if the occasion arose.1"
"Certainly I wasn't a threat to Presidential
security," said Richard, who was 13 at the
Most of the attorneys for the defendants
indicated in opening arguments that if the
plaintiffs' rights were violated, their clients
were not responsible.
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SAIGON More than 1,000 Americans
and Vietnamese left Vietnam Monday in a
speeded-up U.S. airlift trying to stay ahead
of the rapidly deteriorating military and
Most of the evacuees were ferried by U.S.
Air Force C141 Starlifter jets flying day and
night to Clark Air Base in the Philippines in
the most intensified evacuation operation so
far. One planeload of 100 Vietnamese flew to
Guam, and was given permission to go on to
the United States.
In the Philippines, ambulances met
several flights to take off sick, pregnant,
elderly and infirm passengers. Most
passengers seemed in good health, although
some were weeping. Many thanked the
Americans for getting them out.
The airlift schedule called for less than
2,000 Americans and their dependents
most of them Vietnamese to be in the war
threatened capital by Tuesday morning, and
most of them should be out of the country
An undetermined number of foreign
nationals Filipinos, Germans, Australians,
Chinese and others also were still in
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evacuees. Transient quarters now being used
are rapidly filling up.
Most evacuees arriving at Clark on the
crowded planes said U.S. authorities in
Saigon have broken the logjam of
paperwork required to get dependent wives
and children out of Vietnam.
K..S. Negrey, 52, a retired Navy officer of
Torrance, Calif., said, "Now they just tell
you,, "get on the plane and go.
An emergency processing center to speed
up administrative procedures required for
departure worked almost around the clock
The situation grew tense as military
analysts said South Vietnam's battlefield
position appeared hopeless.
Viet Cong and North Vietnamese forces
backed by tanks and artillery overran the
province capitals of Xuan Loc and Ham
Tan. and had estimated 150.000 men in
position lor a possible major assault on
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South Vietnamese regulars defending
Saigon were outnumbered three to one.
Their defense line was pushed back to within
26 miles of the capital.
Ham Tan. on the coast 75 miles east
southeast of Saigon, and Xuan Loc. 38 miles
northeast of the capital, were the 20th and
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base. South Vietnam's largest, may be next
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