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Evening Independent (Newspaper) - June 9, 1975, Massillon, Ohio Warmer Fair tonight low in the middle 50s Partly cloudy Tuesday high in the middle to upper 70s 11 2th YEAR NO 287 THE EVENING INDEPENDENT Established 1863 Ohio 44646 Monday June 9 1975 Home Delivery 75 a Week Todays Chuckle Memory is what enables you to tell a joke right up to the punch line 1 5c A COPY Alleged plots to be kept secret President to release CIA rep ort By DAVID C MARTIN WASHINGTON AP President Ford will make public the Rockefeller Commission report on the Central Intelligence Agency but will keep secret the commissions information about alleged assassination plots White House sources said today However the sources said Ford eventually will make the assassination information available to the Senate intelligence committee The panel is focusing its investigation of the CIA on what its chairman calls hard evidence of murder Sources said the President will announce his decision to release the commission report during a nationally broadcast news conference at There was no word on when the report dealing with allegations of domestic spying by the CIA would be made public WHITE HOUSE Press Secretary Ron Nessen said during the weekend he assumed the President would make the commission report public The Senate committee chaired by Sen Frank Church was meeting later today to question Robert Utah governor wants end to all property taxes NEW ORLEANS La AP The chairman of the nations governors wants to see all property taxes abolished and replaced with something more compatible with todays in economy Democratic Gov Calvin L Rampton of Utah says he hopes to see the time when the property tax would be phased out entirely for all forms of government and I mean en tirely IN THE prepared text of todays keynote speech at the 67th National Governors Conference Rampton called for restructuring our tax sources at all levels of government so that each level on its own will have adequate sources of At a news conference Sun day Rampton said the federal government has virtually preempted the only viable alternative the income tax while local government is locked into a rigid property tax or handouts from the state and federal levels Rampton said state legislatures should relax restrictions on local Income and sales taxes and predicted taxpayers would support the change if they could get a tradeoff with the property Most of the other action Sunday dealt with politics Louisiana Gov Edwin D Edwards the conference host conceded that Alabama Gov George C Wallace would carry 60 per cent of vote but would not get the nation wide support to win the Democratic nomination for president or vice president I dont view him at all as a possibility for the nomination of the Democratic party Edwards said BUT WALLACE who See UTAH 14 Maheu a former aide to billionaire Howard Hughes and Richard Bissell former head of the CIAs clandestine operations or dirty tricks department Rep Lucien said he will not resign as chairman of the special House committee investigating the CIA and other intelligence gathering agencies acknowledged the CIA had given him information about some sort of assassination because he also is chairman of the standing committee that is responsible for overseeing the activities The other five Democrats on the special committee have asked to resign as chairman of the panel on the grounds that he had done nothing after learning about the assassination plots Atty Gen Edward H Lev said Sunday the Justice Department would examine the Rockefeller report if it is turned over to the department and would determine whether a criminal prosecution in the federal courts would lie for any actions described in the study Levi speaking on ABCs Issues and also said a president does not have the constitutional power to order assassinations Maheu is the first witness See CIA 14 House begins energy debate FIREMEN CHECK DEBRIS for corpses at the site of the headon crash of two passenger trains Sunday evening at Germany The death toll is 36 with 86 injured German train wreck kills injures 86 MUNICH West Germany AP A police spokesman today reported 36 persons killed and 86 injured in the headon collision of two passenger trains in the Alpine foothills south of Munich It was West worst train wreck in four years Earlier today the police said the toll had risen to 42 dead But later a spokesman said this incorrect report was due to confusion over the number of persons who had died in the hospitals SO FAR no Americans were among the identified victims The cars piled up on each other and the locomotives were a police spokesman said Its a terrible scene that recalls the wreckage after World War n Clark may have violated Kent State trial gag rule By CLINT SWIFT CLEVELAND AP An allegation that former Atty Gen Ramsey Clark may have violated a court ban by commenting on the 1970 Kent State University shootings trial led today to plans to view television tape recordings District Judge Don Young said the court will take a look Tuesday at recordings of two television broadcasts to determine whether Clark broke Youngs gag rule MEANWHILE the civil damages trial entered its fourth week with further testimony from former Ohio National Guardsmen and victims of the incident The video tape viewing was scheduled after a defense attorney told the court he had heard that Clark might have disobeyed the order that no one directly connected with the case comment on it to newsmen Columbus attorney R Brooke Alloway who represents Gov James Rhodes announced he had subpoenaed the tapes He said Columbus television station had indicated it would supply the material by Tuesday afternoon Alloway said he was told that another Columbus station also aired segments of the May 30 interview Joseph Kelner lead attorney for the plaintiffs responded that Clark had had no association with the trial since jury selection began May 19 Clark had taken part in some pretrial hearings y w The two commuter trains were filled with passengers returning from weekend outings They slammed into each other about Sunday an a singletrack stretch of the line 30 miles from Munich between the villages of and A detachment of Army Special Forces troops tbe Green Berets is stationed at Bad No immediate information on the identities of the dead and wounded was available The occurred several hundred yards south of the station A police spokesman said the southbound train failed to stop at a siding at to let the northbound train go by THe northbound train from the mountains was a special that runs on Sundays and holidays while the southbound train runs everyday Federal Transport Minister Kurt Gscheidle went to early today to take charge of the investigation The wreck was also being investigated by the Bavarian state police and the state prosecutor who was studying the recordings of the radio traffic with the trains section which apparently prevented each engineer from seeing the other train in time to brake the trains But a spokesman said the determination of what happened would be difficult because one engineer was killed and the other one was missing and believed dead THE TWO locomotives smashed into each other at full speed The cars piled up over each said a police spokesman Many persons were trapped inside injured or I could hear cries for help from people trapped in the said a villager It was one of the most See GERMAN Page 14 By CARL C CRAFT WASHINGTON AP As Democrats in Congress struggle over alternatives to key parts of President Fords oil program House action is scheduled this week on the controversial and complicated energy tax package approved by the Ways and Means Committee An estimated 160 amendments an unusually large number are ready to be offered as debate opens today and voting begins Tuesday Many of these amendments reflect deep divisions over major energy tax issues and how to shape a congressional response to Fords energy proposals and actions MOST OF THE controversy centers on the committee bills provisions to boost the current 4centsagallon federal tax on gasoline by as much as 23 cents the first 3 cents in 1976 to be followed in 1977 or later years by the final 20 cents in 5cent steps The 5cent additions would go into effect as national gasoline consumption tops the 1973 record of million barrels of gasoline a day Each increase of 1 per cent or less would trigger a 5cent boost with 20 cents the maximum About 85 per cent of the money to be raised by the additional levy would be rebated to all Americans age 16 or over Elsewhere in Congress Senate debate is due to begin on last Novembers still undecided election contest between Democrat John A Durkin and Republican Louis c wyman hi New Hampshire for the Senate seat that had been held by Republican Norris Cotton radio and television coverage of floor proceedings will be permitted for the first time during that debate The Senate Rules Committee which has been seeking since January to determine whether Durkin or Wyman won the closest Senate race in history was deadlocked on how to count 27 ballots and also divided on eight procedural issues The Rules Committee asked the Senate to determine these so the panel can finish the See HOUSE Page 14 Philippines TOKYO AP Tbe Philippines a longtime anti Communist nation in the process of reappraising its policies established diplomatic relations with China today a Peking broadcast said Philippine President Ferdinand E Marcos and Premier Chou Enlai signed the communique opening relations in Peking the official news agency reported WITH THE Philippines facing a subversion problem and having previously expressed concern over possible Chinese support for Philippine Communists the communique declared The two governments agree that all foreign aggression and subversion and all attempts by any country to control any other country or to interfere in its internal affairs are to be condemned They are opposed to any attempt by any country or group of countries to establish hegemony or create spheres of influence in any part of the it added Tbe Philippines which until See 14 Osteopaths name Dr Keener General Practitioner of The collision occurred on a curve adjacent to a forest The gag rule was challenged Friday by Columbia Broadcasting System in a Cincinnati federal appeals court contending it was excessive even for a criminal trial and that it was unprecedented in civil action The possibility that Clark violated the rule was raised in a hearing before court opened today The hearing was called Where tO find on plaintiffs demands that the defense share the federal grand Jury testimony of upcoming witness John Cleary The federal grand jury in the shootings last year indicted eight former guardsmen but the charges were dismissed later on grounds the government had failed to present sufficient See 14 Comics 25 3 Dear 8 Jeane 5 4 8 The Home Line 13 19 Society 7 151617 Television 19 Weather 3 A Canton physician Marie A Keener today was named General Practitioner of the Year by the Ohio State Society of the American College of General Practitioners in Osteopathic Medicine and Surgery Dr Keener was cited at the annual convention of the Ohio Osteopathic Society being held this week in Cincinnati Her honor was presented by Frank W Myers of Northfield president of the Ohio State Society of IN MAKING the presentation of the highest award bestowed by the organization of Osteopathic general practitioners Dr Myers cited Dr Keeners dedication to her profession her patients and her community through professional and public service scholarship and leadership Dr Keener is a native of Hartville Ohio received her medical training at the Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine then returned to her native Ohio She was a charter member of the medical staffs of both Doctors Hospital in Perry Township and Green Cross General Hospital in Cuyahoga Falls She has an active private practice but still finds time to provide 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Opportunity Employer Dial 8333174 BORDNERS Open til tonight All specials coupons Deals continue thru Tuesday Save everyday at Bordners BMC Relocation sale continues Savings up to 50 pet Pops Septic Service Summer 8330469 or 8326955 Cycle now open Hodaka sales service 14695 Lincoln Way E Greenville 8372303 CONVERSE AND KEDS Canvas shoes All colors Blatz Family Shoes 46 Erie st S THE STATE BANK CO Bank loans for every personal need at bank rates SCHULER SEAMLESS SPOUTING INC VINYL ALUMINUM SIDING 8330306 Every Tues is Mystery Special Day at First St and Amherst stores Call us for new low MOTORCYCLE RATES JENKINS INS AGY Wheelchairs hospital beds commodes walkers Medicare approved Dial 8337903 Massillon Chair Rental Mass K of C Pavilion on Cherry rd NW now has open rental dates available 8321494 UHL MYERS Greenhouse Open daily and Sun Glass Greenhouse to right of driveway 8328320 Beauty shop equipment 1 wet station with shampoo bowl and large mirror 1 hydraulic chair all for 8330542 KENDAL BARBER SHOP Roffler and RK Hair Styling Also the best in mens hair pieces Dial 8335173 Nancys Poodle Schnauzer Grooming Dial 4776937 PAPERHANGING Asphalt sealing estimates available in 5 gal pails For more information call Vliet Asphalt Sealer 4781848 SEW WITH KNITS Summer classes as follows Basic Sewing with Knits June 16 Monday 78 June 17 Tuesday 1012 Mens Wear June 17 Tuesday 79 Sign up now TOWN COUNTRY FABRICS 1028 Amherst 8374809 All Merchandise OFF Tuesday WILFORDS 121 Lincoln Way E MOTORCYCLE PARTS AND SERVICES 1972 Honda Scrambler 350 for sale 2Wheel Enterprises 8333414 107 WALKIN CANDLE PARTY June 11 10 to 4 531 Jackson ave NW behind K Free refreshments lots of surprises No obligation Two used mobile homes for sale on lots in adult park in Navarre Includes shed skirting air conditioning and range Lot rent includes water sewer and rubbish Inquire Maple View Mobile Home Sales mile N of Strasburg on Rt 21 4533526 LADIES If you cant go swimming come and go Slimming Summer 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