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Transcript zte&i ***V00? »WP JStto gear ^Cfesf■ ^5rc^^ ChHt mi Air Houston Oar to ptrtiy jioaj. «mta»d com. Hiih a, low A Southeast Texas: CoW. tn- creasmg cloudiness, chance of rain Friday High 44-58, low 27- 31. HOUSTON CHRONICLE Vol. 69 No. 80 THURSDAY, JANUARY 1. 1970 HOUSTON. TEXAS 7 7001 Km* C en »«»u#» *tfl HOLIDAY FINAL 10 Cents Gl War Toll Goes Over 40,000 US in 10th Year of Combat ; Saigon fUPH - The number ad in action last week South Vi- af Americans killed ■ Vietnam etnamese casualties were pot at has passed the 40 000 mark, of 234 dead and 1001 wounded, low fkial US mllitarv sources said est since early October, with today as the war entered its 1882 Viet Cong and North Vntr Hth year namese reported slain. Yet th* casualty report for The U S loases for the week last week, the last recording pe- - •» dead and 557 wounded - hod of 1969. showed that for the compared with the previous first year in the war. American weeks toll of 66 dead and 713 lasses had declined from one woundjd and were the heaviest year to the next « deaths since the week ending The report came as 8,|k* Dec • when 108 GIs died forces resumed combat opera- Yet 1901 proved to be 35 per- tions in Vietnam today after a cent less costly in American $HVY QF A GAME TOLD IN THEIR FACES (See (if. Page W> •'.•■'WO Agnew's Aim: Mend Fences In SE Asia BY JACK FOISIE Mamla-An objective of the By mint* Die reauftj tsi to the Astro- I WorffWeday ni|ht—Uitfrtmty *of IJouettn " 36, Atrtnirn 7. Left, Auburn coich TWph (Shilg) Jordan it a picture of dejection and frustration. Right UH mentor Bill Yeoman k deliriously happt-ae he rides off field on shoulders of his happy players. No. 64, left, is Butch Brexina whtfe^J© 10 is Ken Bailey. 'See stories, page of pictures. Section 4. Pages 1 and 2.) Sports and Money-The Gold Rush Is on for 70s v^mr* U.S. Is Seeking Delay BY 13 DEGREES for umpires, boycotts by players and strike deadlines for serve di Its all stdee 8nnyer to his team until he ft buys Mg Bosomos traded or quits BY »t?» Ntw fm% Time*. New York-It s abundaat. Is oats for race horsea. Bama rugs la abort as the sports world1 Flood has formidable friends considerably warmer, lor auailerhacks, a domed sta acquires the affluence of big ta his corner: Arthur J. Gold- The 8 a.m. readings broke dium for Houston. It's money, business h will continue to ac- berg, the former Supreme Court and it will make the sports world quire the economic, legal and Justice, and Marvin Miller, the go round in the seventies a« potiticaJ problems of big bust- onetime economist for the steel never before. neas, with everything wrapped union who now directs the base- Ekonomxa-the "dtstnal act is dollar signs from television ball players' labor relations once**—will bring more teams time to lawyers' foes. New to more cities In more areas of Curt Flood, an outfielder fa- on more artificial surfaces wUh become even more femous as ^ ^ ..ntioOMl pastime" is a the color of currency, a trend the man who attacked the "sys- j^ exmojtion addecreed by ^l*6^ ^-^y. **"„ ^ V**!^ "2? "^'Oliver Wendell Hoboes in 1922 dome. But economics also will spectator sports. As the seven rtt0v w(m ■ nfftlt, 1m! bring more lawsuits by athletes, ties begin, be is awng for his J^ ~ JJ Na3 ^ Relations Board and their lawyer. Joseph Kelner. says "The handwriting is on the 2nd Brush With Death Road to Dayton Jinxed for Troy | 24-hour cease-fire for New Year s Earlier. Vice-President Spiro T Agnew arrived in Saigon on his first trip to Vietnam for meeting with President Nguyen Van Thieu and a visit with I S troops in the field The casualty report said 94.T8 GIs had died up to last Sunday in I960, compared with 14.592 killed in 1968 Military spokesmen said L S battle deaths rose sharply last w»ek to 86 — 20 more than the previous week — despite Christ mas truces of varying lengths by both sides. Headquarters said the deaths Asian trip by pushed the American death tod .-^ T . " fTSe war. up to Sunday, to i^JJ^" *" 38.978 since Jan 1. 1881 The the Wnn> Hou* conahJera the sources said battling so far this v«> harmful effect of daarhK week has pushed H past the mm by Sen J. William Fui- 40.008 mark bright. D-Ark . and Stuart Synv Anoiher SS7 GIs were wound- lngton ^^ about ^^ relations with Asian allies in Vietnam. The concern is over the release by the Senate foreign Relations Committee, of which Fulbright is chairman, and the per^nal elaborations by the two senators of information concerning diplomatic efforts to bring friendly order to desegregate before next Many lege! observers took "ftk>!J? ,n,°, *** v*tnwn *™i* fall. The states involved are Ala- this as a sign the court would •*■ "* ^J* « *>"* tesU- Washington- The Justice De- bama. Florida. Georgia. Louisi- grant the appe.il* and order the ™°nv *,ven b> American am partment has asked the Supreme ana. Mississippi and Texas schools to meet ;be Feb I dead- »»»dors in Southeast Asia uv Court to give school systems ir. These six states comprise the line - an aetior. that would execuJ,ve ] ^»**cTet > hear six Deep South states until next area covered by the I' S Court touch off a strir* of suits for "•■ "** wjured the ability of fall to desegregate their class- of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, immediate desegregation across "*?* representaUves to hold rooms. *h*hheld on Dec-. 1 that 16 the South e f f e c t. v e wgot^tionsin fhe If the request is granted, the school districts across the Deep In asking the court to give all "^TJL^T^ they resMk- A government promised to satu- South could comply with the of the districts in the six slates fl^![~I u .u -, -. w. rate the area with lawsuits and Supreme Court s demand for until next fall to desegrept?. 8**^.°? Es JzL^ to "focus its resources toward immediate integration by de- the Justice Department conced f? , ,i. X°° ! ^fJZ?'^ making that deadline a reality.' segregating at the beginning of ed that the single deadline SE^J0. JL!!!!11^!!!?0 ^1 The arrangement proposed classes next fall mav appear to accord particu- "l,,JPP,ne ^resKtent Ferdinand Wednesday by Solicitor General Negro parents, represefited bv lar districts too much or too lit- ^J**™? , " second4 ^J1- Erwin N. Griswold and Jerris the NAACP Legal Defense and tie delav." rieW an ,'^n{.pnvate **; Leonard, chief of the Justice Educational Fund. Inc. rushed • We * are sensitive to the [;V Pndinnine rJ\JE£ Departments civil nghts divi- to the Supreme Court with an charge that such a solution will ,^Tr, cinn »n..U nnl »tt~t tK^ VI Mi«., appeal trnwi U nt >^«. X.rtr^tc --ninf|CC lfte nghtS 0f SOTTte RelBU8Ba BSTSJBSOI 'tmmmm Wa,U D^«iw*c sissiPP» xbo^ districts sched- demandlngdesegregauon no school children for the remain- Relations have been strained I Wins ▼▼orirj Receives ui^ t0 begin desegregation next later than Feb 1. 1970 d*r of this school year." Gris- ■8*t*88> by the published reve- TWO 747 SuperjetS week under a Supreme Court Weakness Conceded *oid and Leonard said in the ,*lK>n» of the Symmgton foreign edict issued last October ^ Justlce$ ^^ ^ dls. brief ^^ • [< ■!r.5 ^bcommittee looking Court must declare it's a w^'^Vlines took delivery of Stafle De—Itae tr»cts to prepare to desegregate CaBr* ■"* S^~« new ball game. We sav baseball ™ Boeine 747 suoer lets ** lX wouW ** a s,n8|e d^" °n **"{ dat« and announced But they suggested It would is violating the trust laws, and w^s^y and began training "Peg**** «>«<"»"« «or aU they would consider the appeal be a surer solution because the athletes are going to be crews t0 ^ them, emancipated. We dosit insist 7^ planes were the third and that players should peddle fourlft 747$ oeUvered as part of themselves chaotically e v e r y ^ m ^^^^ by a airlines. Houston Intercontinental Airport today recorded a New Year's Day record low of 98 degrees for the city, but .lower elevations in Houston On Dixie Integration BY PBED P. GRAHAM ' 197* Htm York Timn N«w» Wv«* In a parallel suit, the umpires the previous record low of 27 on Jan. 1. 1969^ The downtown readings were 39 at 6 a.m. and 40 at 7 a.m. Hobby Airport readings were 30 at 6 a.m. and 28 at 7 a.m. Forecast calls for continued cold, a low of 30 degrees tonight, clear to partly cloudy skies with a slight chance of rain Friday. waU for the seventies. The Su- 5^^ Waan (APi-Trans into f S. commitments overseas The report declared that UV be\ond the target date OtTBtviChV H8>e»8/ aaXVtCSal Mont Belvleu — The road to Dayton is short and wide and Mds ghastly memories for Troy Lynn Odom, 16, a acl.-vlboy. It was on mat road - Texas 148 - on Labor Day. 1883, that Troy bad his first brush with death. He alone survived a two-car collision just outside Dayton that killed 18 persons, including all of his Immediate family - mother, father, brother and sister. Troy was 10 then Brashes Death Agaai He went back down that road toward Dayton again New Year's Eve. And again death brushed close. This time he was driving and met another car head-on a quarter mile north of Mont Beifieu, where bo has Hved since ofcat tragic day su years ago. The other driver. Morgan HiU. 46. of 60a Alta Vista. Pasadena, was killed. Hills four pa>sengers were hurt seriously. They **re Dorothy Ashley. 45. and Terry Jackson. 24. of 3!22 Garth Rd. Bay town, and Elizabeth Ay- |or, 43, and Joe Aylor, 21. of the Barcelona Aprs., Baytown. Troy's companion. Bruce Neal v. 16. of Mont Belvieu suffered* cuts and is la good condition in San Jacinto Methodist Hospital in Baytown. Troy escaped with minor in- <See TROY, Page 12i year. But. say. after five years some of the boys, like Tom Seaver. should be allowed to sell their services all over aa^in —maybe for even a miltai dol lars'' When the umpires sought fed- oral intervention, they were (See SPORTS. Page 12} Houston Opens 1970 With Two Slayings other school districts in the six shortly after the court recon- *™ld P* •" schools in Dixie ^^"il/rf J^^ZLJ? 5 Integration Plans Placed Before Court Cwnplete Year-End Financial lesort Today's Chronicle reports military group to Wtnom Pointing up the'W****** comm^Ts !mdi!!gs o^m?L ult.es that wouW be raised by ^ ^ ^^ ^^ K °^r !° Zm*?Z ,HS^SS «"»* «nto Vetnam » expected systeni . bV*W OrcmtlS ^ ^^,^2^ have no plans for splicing all- w^ "u^^ST^ *h,te and^.11 -Negro irhooi sva- T^^rn^^iJ^L BY FRED HARPER Defense Fund and a zoning and terns into unitary arrange- T^ ^TSllS?!^ enrobe eeeert^ ^lhng p,an dra^ bv a mff|tg> mere are suoseoucnt reporte l.S Dist. Judge Ben C Con- Florida desegregation specialist if the justices aoorove the 1 °" Amenc* ^T^t nally today has before Mm five for the US Justice r^pa^mcr.t ££. ff Mrf pW^ Z ?£% "JlfiKl 15 integration plans for the Hous- The Houston school board the fovernment wiU^biteiIT^J- **2Jlh\S^Z ton school distnet. including the hied two plans Wednesdav - J^s ^^w^Z^^t^ ™J?L NaS0Othst <*** currently used freedonvof- the free^hoice plan and an al- ~ms. TS TiSL^ ^XTZLr^Ttm**.* ternste neighborhood zoning $tatc$ frfl!** offkrials. as at* t^Jr *'- Last .July Connally the school board to submit by today a new integration plan to comment ordered proposal propriate. to bring remaining ££1~~ "' rr™ " „T The board also filed without Z>&>\ dtstnets under ordei-S ther*. ~ ^ «**— P1^ a separate pairing- court 1 ented in the SvTrungtoo < Houston dosed 1988 with its son's estranged wife, Patricia, record 278th homicide - 33 la- above the previous high of 145 X«sh said he shot Johnson * m - to sur^d th, Ne. ^S^S'rfdLS V Year with two killings In the througn ^ window h«-,rWUr' 4 , w ^ PoVKt Mid ***** f,le ^ WUUam A. Johnson, 30. ad- rhlTge Httm{ Nasn but jaj|«d dress unknown, was shot to him on traffic warrants. , death at 12.05 am today while «w «j staaoed n mAm _ Ben Taub Hospital at 1 a m fo- Brother Beatea dav after ^^ ^^ and Nash, an inva'id confined to a stabbed at Hill and Lyons wheelchair, said Johnson had Police had no witnesses to the beaten up Nash's brother. Ed- slaving gar Roy Hillhouse, 18, of 4528, ," * »„» n «i uv ni« Hopper Rd.. after the bov S Javan ***"" M* * "" ° turned from a store with John- (See HOUSTON, Page 12) high, low and closing prices of all the stocks listed on the Hew York and American •xchanges in this special New Year s day edition. See Section 5, Pages 912. Begin the new veer HgJir Chronicle up! be put into effect in September, zoning desegregation plan n added that the Justice De- ^JTS?^.L, 1570 drawn up by the Texas Educa- partment will take ail necee- ^f^! *o alnes as the VhnV Two Plaes Thea lion Desegregation Technical sarv steps to insure compliance - " ^^ At the time of the order. Con- Assistance Ce nt e r. a federallv W1th the resul'uig decrees,'' (See MSIVW'S, Pago ttl nally had before him a busing financed agency at the tniver- _—-««_««__---«---««_«««_M_«»—_-1--»«^—.—_ plan proposed by the National sity of Texas. Association for the Advance* Poshes Free-Caofee ment of Colored People Legal In its report to Connally I Wednesday, the school board | strongly recommended contm- ■ uation of the free<hoete s>> \mi slmlnts. Soc 2. pg$ 12 tern. Inside Today's Chronicle SHE MAKES 70 6Y 50 SECONDS The board said it » the bestfttinr.t. Se»* S °" ' Tucson, Aril. tUPt s— Melav W9y in achieve "permanent business. Sic 3. P$ s sa Katherine htcXeona was constructive integration * it h O-ASsintD. Sec t. Ps$ n-24. born 88 seconds afler mioV commumtv acceptance and !»up- *** 5- PgR 27 niRh! today at Tucson General port •• COMICS. Sec. 2. Pa*. 14. 15 Ho*f»Ul The repon. filed bv attornev C10WWO8ta>, Sec. I Pa, 2 The sex en-pound, three- Joe ^vnolds. said 21.814 trhite E8MTO8UAsA Sec. 2. Pgs. 18 ounc>e girl b Mr and Mrs. $tuo>nts and ll%m Negroes are rCATtSLI PaanJk Sec. t Pgs. .^^vrnond Mchennas fourth 17 child. (98a reEaUaOtCE. Pago P) flieaXWK. 8k I P| 2 K Sec. t, UFCBEAT P*$ 44 M^lkl-TS Se^' J. Pg*. %\t OIL. GAS AND ftUHNGBft, See. 8. Pc. 8 2. Pf IT SFQ8f8a\ Sac < Pan, W#