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   Southern Illinoisan (Newspaper) - April 21, 1974, Carbondale, Illinois                                PUBLICATION OFPICI CarbondaU Murphyjboro Hrrln 710 N Hllnoil 1113 Walnut 212 N 16fb Southern Illinoisan Volume a Copy Stctioni Comics Family Living Tabloi succ ur to HrrlB Wily Jourml Murphyibofo IndipindMl SUNDAY APRIL 21 1974 CarbendaltHwrlnMurphysbopl Another Hearst kidnap San Francisco AP A roommate of one of Patricia Hearsts cousins says he was kidnaped and held for several hours Thursday by three men who mistodk him for William R Hearst II police said Satur day They said the roommate Van E Bush 31 was hazy about details of the abduction and would be asked to take a lie lie detector test They said they had been trying to reach him since Thursday for further questioning but could not locate him Bush told police he was ac costed by a man with a pistol as he left the apartment he shared with William R Hearst II a first cousin to Patricia who was dragged from her home Feb 4 t The Symbionese Liberation Army claims to have kidnaped Patricia Police Inspector Ralph Brown said Bush reported he was gag ged and blindfolded but manag ed to get his aJbductors to look at his drivers license and convince them he was not the man t hey sought William R Hearst II is the son of the late John Randolph Hearst one of four brothers of Randolph A Hearst Patricias father Randolph Hearst asked whether he knew anything about the kidnaping said No I dont really As I understand it a roommate of my nephews was grabbed for two or three hours When they found out the wasnt Billy they turned him loose added Hearst editor and president of the San Francisco Examiner Hearst was asked if he had talked to his nephew Yes but he wont tell me where he is at the moment Brown said Bush told police he was too scared to remember details of the kidnaping He describedhis abductors only as black men It didnt ring too true Brown said If youre assaulted no matter what your status may be youre going to remember something about the man who assaulted you Brown said police hadn t talked to Bush since Thursday when they questioned him at his apartment for about anhour He said police had been trying to reach Bush Saturday to question i him further but they did not I know where he was IRS obstruction charged by panel By Seymour M Hersh c New York Times Washington Investigators for tiie Senate Watergate Committee have ac cused the Internal Revenue Service of obstructing the panels inquiry into a presidential campaign donation from Howard R Hughes In a ninepage report sent to committee members last Mon day the panels assistant chie counsel Gerry F Lenzner also charged that the IRS has in effect defied a Senate resolution by refusing to provide tax returns and other needed data to the committee A copy of Lenzners report was made available to the New York Times Saturday In it Lenzner suggested that Hie IRS had repeatedly bowed to ttie wishes of the White House In its investigation the 1100000 oontribjtion The money was givw 1f Charles G Rebozo one of President Nixons closest friends in two cash installments of in 1969 and 1970 Rebozo and the President have gaid that the money in bills remained in a safety deposit box until it was returned to a representative of Hughes last June A number of closely involved sources in telephone Menviews depicted the Senate in vestigators as being convinced that the IRS one official put a whole other coverup of termendous dimensions Watergate investigators say IRS hindered study of funds from Hvgheshandled by Rebozo The Senate committees six month inquiry into the became more heated last month after the panel heard testimony by Herbert W Kalmbach President Nixons former personal attorney Wellplaced sources said Kalmbach had testified that Rebozo had told him last April he had used the in cash to make 30 that Six may be dead in Guam air Agana Guam AP Six crewmen were presumed dead Saturday after an Air Force C130 cargo plane crashed and burned in a remote area shortly after takeoff from Andersen AhForce Base military officials said Air Force officials said wreckage of the large propeller driven plane was spotted burn ing at the bottom of a 600foot cliff at the end of tiie north runway of the Strategic Air Command baseon this North Pacific island Cause of the crash which oc Inside today TIME ON HIS HANDS keeps Everett Dees busy mak ing clocks as family heir looms in story by Anne Cur ley Page 26 MINORITIES GET HELP and introduction to world of business in an article by Joanne Wood Page 30 JONESBORO HOME was given bodylift and Kathie Pratt tells about it Photos by Ed Greer Page 21 BASEBALL SALUKIS to equal school record win streak today Page 11 CARBONDALE COMMUN ITY HIGH SCHOOL womens track program among fore most in the area Page 13 REGGIE SMITH makes big 14 hit in Doggin It Page INDEX Ann Landers Bridge 7A Business 2930 BG 2 Classified 3539 Crossword Editorials 2B Family Living 2123 Finance 3134 Records Sporti Television 8A15A Weather details map 5 the IRS learned of the Hughes contribution before its agents began to in terview Rebozo about the money in May 1973 was advised by the White House of the IRS interest in the cash before he was con paymente or loans to the tacted by the revenue service presidents two brothers I All IRS dealings involving Edward C Nixon and F Donald Rebozo and similarly Nixon and to his personal sensitive secretary Rose Mary Woods routinely forwarded to John D Ehrlichman the former Nixon White House aide who relayed the information to Rebozo Bartlett the Florida IRS agent assigned to the Rebozo case began his inter rogation of potentially key witnesses by initially requesting the interviews through Kenneth Gemmill Rebozos attorney for tax matters It is to say the least Lenzner wrote unusual for thelRS or any agency tq conduct an investigation through the subject taxpayers own at torney among others Lenzners report to the senators made no specific ac cusations of coverup but it did list the following examples of activity by the IRS was almost a full ykear curred at about 9 pm Saturday Guam time was not im mediately known Robbery kidnaping reported State police at Du Quoin Dis trict 13 reported that a man was kidnaped near Vergennes Saturday afternoon robbed and released near Pinckneyville A police spokesman said An dre Collins of Chicago IB was later released near the Ray Ep plin home Rt 1 Pinckneyville Mrs Epplin told a Southern lUinoisan reporter that the man came into her yard and asked hato call the police I did what he said and the state police came right away she said CLOUDY Variable cloudiness windy and turning a little cooler to day with showers and thun derstorms likely Highs near 80 lows near 60 Southeast to south winds predominate niMIU illlllllllll Nmimt Motorcycles with all the extras take part in Kappa Karnival parade Saturday in Carbondale ihiiiii Photo by Jacl Kappa Karnival1 draws thousands 1 1 i A TlTirtftic TTi By Sam Denoms Of The Southern Illinoisan The 23rd Annual Kappa Kar nivals Saturday festivities at Southern Illinois University at Carbondale swung into high gear with a parade extending threefourths of a mile down South Illinois Avenue about pm More than 50 decorated cars and motorcycles parti cipated in the drive south ward from Marion street to the SIUC campus The parade included Kappa Alpha Psi fra ternity members from throughout Illinois and six sur rounding states According to Capt Bob Presley STUC Security Po alongHiepar ade route were estimated at about 2000 people Guinevere Lewis 3000 people attend ed the Friday night Kappa sponsored stage show held at the SIUC Arena and almost twice that number were ex pected to attend the Saturday night Karnival program at the Arena The highlight of the Karni val was the crowning of the Kappa Karnival Queen at mid night this years winner was Guinevere Lewis of Chicago Alvin White SIUC Kappa Chapter Chairman of the Court said the first and se cond runnersup for the Queen contest were Teresa Hodge and Kathy Reed Trophies were given to each of the three winners during the award ceremony Trophies were also given to the winners of the Kappa Kar nival Basketball Tournament held Saturday morning in the Arena First place went to the Northern Illinois Univer sity Chapter The Karnival program in cluded music by the Tenth Century band basketball th rows a water dunk and 30 other games booths and exhi bits Grey Porter Karnival Chairman said prizes were awarded to all the game win ners Following the Karnival af terparties were held at Mer lins Bonapartes and the University City Center An Open House program at the Kappa House is scheduled today Porter said Also picnic on campus beach and chess tournaments will be held throughout the day We really feel that this has been one of our best years said Porter Kissinger says US Latins good partners c New York Times Atlanta Secretary of State Kissinger declared Saturday the policy of the good partner as the new United States approach to Latin America and the Caribbean World has already seen enough of pressure groups exclusive Addressing the general assembly of the 23member Organization of American States Kissinger said that we in the United States have come to realize that a revolution has taken place in Latin America As a result he said we can vene as equals He hailed the new dialogue that he said had begun among foreign ministers of the hemisphere since he became Secretary of State seven months ago He pledged closer con sultation with Hie OAS members on monetary and trade issues and in international conferences called to deal with food shortages and population con tnol We jointly proclaim our cooperative actions the policy of the good partner he said A United States official alluding to the policy enunciated by Franklin D Roosevelt more than three decades ago said fl goodpartner is a relative of the good neighbor Explaining the new definition Kissinger said With our great material and technical resources we were often tempted to do for others what we thought was best for them That attitude no longer shapes our relationship We in the United States hav e come to recognize that a revolution has taken place in Latin America Industrialization and modern communication have transformed economic and social life This is why our new dialogue is not a confession by the United States but a necessity for us all But while stressing our special relationship Kissinger warned that it could not mean the formation of an exclusive Israeli labor minister could succeed Meir c New York Times Tel Aviv Yitzhak Rabin 52 the Minister of Labor emerged1 Saturday as the favorite to suc ceed Mrs Golda Meir as Prime Minister of Israel after he received the support of Finance Minister Pinhas Sapir Sapir told a delegation of I mayors and local trade union leaders thathe will nominate Rabin at todays meeting of the Labor Partys central com mittee Mrs Meir resigned April 10 President Ephraim Katzir has asked the Labor Party the largest in Parliament to recommend a candidate to form a new government Shimon Peres Minister of Information announced ms candidacy for the party nomination earlier last week Foreign Minister Abba Eban said Friday that he was con sidering running but he dropped out Saturday after Sapir did not support him bloc The world has already seen enough of pressure groups ex clusive spheres and discriminatory arrangements he said In conttrast to other speakers Kissinger did not include Cuba in his concept of hemisphere cooperation Speaking for Argentina Foreign Minister Alberto J Vignes demanded a review of the 12yearold OAS policy of boycotting Cuba Calling it unrealistic and anachronistic obsolete and creating dangerous tension Perus foreign minister General Miguel de la Flor Valle also spoke of the continuing isolation of Cuba as an obstacle to the renewal of interAmerican relations which weakens the in stitutions But these observations and similar remarks on behalf of Cuba expected from other delegates were taken by US officials as more or less perfunctory and as an indication that substantive treatment of the Cuban issue would not take place at the Atlanta meetings SIU system on hot seat of state centralization t nf mwornine boards consolidation fo governing to mate By Dave Butler Of The Southern Illinoisan The Southern Illinois Uni versity system soon may find itself in the middle of a power struggle in state higher edu there be more or fewer governing a question and position SIU may want to avoid If SIU is in the center the system may be used by pro ponents of both sides an example of why campuses should be separated or more consolidated and better con trolled by the state SIU apparently gets the hot spot because the legislature already is considering a plan to separate the Carbondale and Edwardsville campuses end create a new board of trustees for SIUE This action comes as inter nal problems continue to plag ue SIU system and just before the state begins a re view of state review many educators be lieve will lead toward central ization The main question seems to be how far Cameron West the new executive director of the Illinois Board of Higher Education is prepared to go in consolidation higher educa tion Is West planning to shuffle around the commuter schools under one board medical schools under another and others under still another Or does he have something else or even no changes in mind Hes not saying For SIU the question of external governance al though not a new been absent recently as in ternal conflicts linger on SIU itill ifl trying to decide who should have control under the present setup The SIU board will reexamine the sit uation again in May to decide how much independence should be given to the two campuses within the current framework In any case the governance review will be done soon and SIU should be prepared trustee William Allen of Bloomington warns Allen who has been con cerned with external govern nace for some time told the board earlier this month that SIU must reexamine its state role He also said that the cur rent not per be the best there is Some states have indivi dual boards for each campus and others have a single board I think has More about Cameron West and higher education master planning Page 28 good system and everyone may not realize that we have the best he said The question of governance is expected to come up later this year after schools and the state begin developing a new master plan for higher education West conducted a similar review in NorthCarolina be fore coming to What he did ing one master state govern ing some Illinois educators including many at SIU a bit worried Allen said ha question of governance should be discussed only after tiie mission and master plan are completed We have to decide what each school is to do before even thinking about who should govern them he said No single board could spend enough time to determine the problems at all of the univer sities Allen said But Id oppose a board for Edwards ville and each campus in the state A former representative to ttie higher board Allfen has been involved in examining roles of governing boards He was on the buard of gov ernorsbefore being appointed to the SIU board Once missions are agreed upon maybe we shouldtake a look at putting like universi ties together under tie same board Allen said Im not saying I favor that but we should at least look at it Boards have developed his torically and not rationally on which campuses they gov ern he said Of course there are major differences between the Edwardsvillfe and Carbondale universities just like there arebetween the ChampaignUrbana and Chicago Circle campuses The state currently has five governing SIU Uni versity of Illinois Board of Regents Board of Governors and the Junior College Board Among the nonbelieveri in consolidation fo governing boards is James M Brown chief of board staff for SIU and current head of the sys tem Hr said he thinks it is un likely that the boards will be consolidated and equally un likely mat they will be se parated SIU board chairman Ivan A Elliott Jr of Carmi agrees What they said they do not know is whether West plans to propose the shuffling of campuses within the state we should explore the health related campuses like SIUs and thte Chicago medical school Allen said can make a good case for grouping But before that happens Al len wants to make sure that all sections all boards have played a part in the review And also wants to mate sure that the uni versities the public and the state agree on the missions of the various schools Allen said he wants to see public input into the role of SIUs future He is not sura how tte public should be in volved because we dont want the higher board to think were trying to drum up pub lic support before they even see what we propose Well have to wait and see if they have public hearings We definitely want the area people involved but dont know how best to do it SIU plans to have new mis sion and goals statements ready by July 1 Apparently the public will not be directly involved in preparing or exa mining the statements until after they are sent to the higher board for considera tion   

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