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Southern Illinoisan (Newspaper) - June 4, 1974, Carbondale, Illinois PUBLICATION OFFICE Carbondal Murphysfaoro Hwrrin 710 N Illinois 1113 Walnut 212 N 82No a Copy Sou oisan 010175 IN HOJ4K OFFICE LINDSAYSCHAOB NE PO BOX 789 DECATUK ILL 62625 2 Sections Supplement 32 Pages Gene Temple at Jim and Ruths Market Carbondale with some of the last penny candy Photo by Ed Greer Penny candy soon a nostalgic memory Chicago AP Penny candy apparently is going the way of copper pennies out Higher prices are the reason Peter F Norton a member of board of the National Confec tioners Association predicted in an interview Monday that penny candies will be a thing of the nrstalgic past Norton executive vice presi dent of Ludens Inc Reading Pa manufacturer of candy as well as cough drops is in Chicago for the annual convention and exposi tion The price of candy has been slow to rise in relation to the price of a cup of coffee or a soft drink he said But lately the r st of candy ingredients has increased sharply forcing the price of randy up Sugar for example has gone up 250 per cent since January Many candy bars 20 cents in area Penny candy counters in Swthern Illinois are now nick e1 candy counters or even dime and quarter counters Gene Trnutman coowner of the Restivo Vending Co of Herrin said his company is finding it harder and harrier to purchase penny candy The manufacturers just dont make penny candy any more Troutman said The availability of penny candy has been steadily de creasing and Troutman pre dicts there may beno more by next year Bar candy prices have gen erally increased to 20 cents and Troutman said one com pany even makes a 25cent candy bar The higher prices of candy have not yet affected consump tion in the area he said Spires Wholesale of Carbon dale reports candy bars often lose their popuarty with a price increase if they do not increase their size too HOTTER Index Tonight warm with chance of thunderstorms Wednesday partly sunny warm humid chance of thunderstorms Thursday and Friday highs generally in 80s lows in 60s showers or thunderstorms pos sible Classified Comics TV Crossword Editorials Familv living Records Sports Weather details map Youth 1115 7 4 6 IS 910 It 5 Successor to Carbondale Free Press Herrin Dally Journal Murphysboro Independent TUESDAY JUNE 4 1974 Nixon to tour Washington AP President Nixon will tour five Middle East countries June 1218 to consolidate what has been achieved on the road to peace the White House said aday Simultaneous announcement were made by the White House and each of the five Middle East governments involved in Nixons plans for the most extensive tour of the region ever un dertaken by a US presi dent A White House spokesman said Nixon would depart Mon day morning for Salzburg Austria where he will spend two nights before heading to the Middle East Nixons Middle East itinerary June 1214 Egypt June 1415 Saudi Arabia June 1516 Syria June 1617 Israel and June 17 18 Jordan Deputy Press Secretary Gerald L Warren who made the White House announce ments said the President will be accompanied by Mrs Nixon and by Secretary of State Henry A Kissinger The Presidents trip to the Middle Eastwill serve to ratify the new environment that how exists in the area and will afford the opportunity at the highest level for each of the parties in volved to consolidate what has been achieved on the road to peace Warren said Meanwhile Senate Majority Leader Mike Mansfield said that despite Watergate Nixon has bipartisan congressional support on foreign policy Mansfield saidin an interview in Helena Mont that he ap plauds Kissingers successes in the Middle East About Nixon he said One thing we have to keep in mind is the fact that a President in office has all of the authority and responsibilities that go with the presidency I think we should separate the President in the area of foreign policy where he has bipartisan support and Watergate and related matters which are of domestic significance Not since Franklin D Roosevelts journeys to Cairo in 1943 and 1945 has an American president visited the region Kidnaping Mideasf suspect Terrorists and captured munitions seized Tulsa Okla CAP A 45yearold selfemployed oil field supplier was arrested by FBI agents today in the kidnap ing of millionaire Tulsa businessman Walter H Helme rich An FBI spokesman said Freddie D Smith was arrested at his home in Tulsa this morn ing on a charge of violating the Hobbs Act a federal act relating to extortionate demands af fecting interstate com merce Helmerich 51 president of Helmerich and Payne Inc a worldwide oil drilling company and a director of numerous other firms wasr kidnaped while on his way to work Monday morning He was released unharmed after payment of in ransom A lone man stopped Helmerichs car while he was on his way to work Contractor did fails Washington AP The Senate refused Tuesday to add million to a military weapons procurement bill to help defense contractors hurt by cutbacks to convert to civilian work Before the 5527 vote rejecting the amendment Chairman John C Stennis DMiss of the Senate Armed Services Com mittee urged the Senate to con fine the billion bill to its principal purpose military pro curemenel Tel aviv AP Security forces captured two young Arab terrorists allegedly on a death mission into Israel and seized a cache of hand grenades and Kalashnikov sub machine guns hidden near the Lebanese border the police reported today We were ordered to kill the police said the 19yearolds told them They said they were ordered to murder people at random in Haifa Israels chief port Ford lauds Kissinger peace role New York AP Vice President Gerald R Ford said today that with Secretary of State Henry A Middle East achievements a new world history an era of negotiation and reconciliation was made inUSA Ford spoke at a breakfast meeting of the American Ap parel Manufacturers Association held in conjunction with its TEXPO 74 an American fashion textiles exposition Ford spoke to the clothing manufacturers as 110000 members of the Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America remained on strike at plants producing mens and boys clothing peace 24 seek nominations to succeed Reagan tty The Associated Press The primary election for nominees seeking to replace Ronald Reagan as governor and a stern campaign reform measure focused election atten tion today on California one of eight states holding primaries In the featured contest on the longest ballot in California history 18 Democrats and six Republicans sought their party nominations to succeed Reagan the GOP governor who has dominated California politics the past eight years Reagan is not seeking reelection Other primaries are being held in Alabama Iowa Mississippi Montana New Jersey New Mexico and South Dakota In California opinion polls say the frontrunner for the GOP nomination is state Controller Houston I Flournoy 44 an Ivy Leagueeducated political scientist and former college professor Lt Gov Ed Reinecke is also seeking the nomination despite ptrjury indictments brought against him by Watergate pro secutors Reinecke once the favorite for the Republican nomination was indicted for testimony Nixonitedealings with ITT Leading Democratic can didates is Secretary of State Edmund G Brown Jr 36 son of the former governor defeated by Reagan in 1966 Campaign reform and talk about the excessive cost of reaching the voters was the dominant theme of the cam paign Even so five leading contenders for governor each spent more than million in cluding Brown who made reform the keystone of the campaign The Israeli military command said the terrorists were Israeli citizens who left their village near Acre in northern Galilee a year ago to join the Fatah guerrillas The youths supped across the Lebanese border before dawn Monday the com mand reported but it said three other gunmen with them aban doned the mission and escaped back into Lebanon The teenagers ate a meal hi a restaurant about a mile from the heavily guarded border hailed a taxi asked the fare to a nearby village and offered to overpay the driver by The driver an Arab became suspicious drove the pair to a security roadblock and winked frantically to tip off the police The command said security troops have killed nine terrorists and captured five in the three weeks since frontier patrols were strengthened after ter rorists killed 22 children hi the Maalot schoolhouse The police also reported that somebody sent a boobytrapped package to Israels chief rabbi Shlomo Goreh and explosives were planted under the car of the high priest of t h e Sama ritans Both attempts were dis covered and the explosives de fused Golda Meir retires Golds drawing Meir shown in a by AP artist John Edwards stepped dawn as premier of Israel Monday and was succeeded by Ytohalc Rabin AP Wirephoto Congressmen got dairy gifts Washington AP At least 16 members of the House Judiciary Committee ac cepted political donations rang ing from to from the same three dairy farmer cooperatives the panel is in vestigating as part of its im peachment probe Two members Democrat Charles B Rangel of New York and Republican Thomas F Railsback of Illinois decided to 76 Judiciary Committee members received donations return the money questioned about Associated Press Rangel got after being it by the from Associated Milk Producers Inc last March and sent it back Monday wiiii i letter saying it would be improper for hiom to accept it An aide to Railsback said he would give back that he received from the same group in 1972 because he wants to be free of any conflict of in terest The others including com mittee chairman Peter W Rodino Jr who got said they saw no conflict The biggest recorded donation Rep Edward a firstterm went to Mezvinsky Democrat from Iowa who got According to public records going back to April 71972 these committee members were given money by one or more of the co ops Associated Milk Producers Inc Dairymen Inc and Mid america Dairymen Inc M Caldwell Butler RVa William S Cohen R Maine John Conyers Jr DMich David W Dennis RInd Walter Flowers D Ala Harold V Froehlich RWis William L Hungate DMo Robert W Kastenmeier DWis Trent Lott RMiss Robert McClory RI11 Mezvinsky Wayne Owens DUtah Railsback Rangel Rodino and Jerome R Waldie DCalif Hungate and were among Kastenmeier Flowers also sponsors of legislation to raise the federal support price for milk in 1971 The White House has cited this legislation sponsored eventually by House members as a 121 reason President Nixon over ruled the Agriculture Depart pnce is ment and raised milk supports in March 1971 The Judiciary Committee schedule to begin within a week or two a formal inquiry into allegations that Nixon rais ed prices because of a promise of million in political dona tions from the dairy cooperatives The White House has said Nixon knew about the promise of money but wasnt influenced by it Public records show that members of the Judiciary Com mittee received a total of after April 7 1972 Records of congressional donations before that date are no longer available for public inspection Of the total went to nine Democrats and went to seven Republicans Most of the judiciary members who received dairy farmer donations said this key wouldnt conflict with their conyears in prison sideration of the allegations against Nixon Rep Hungate summed up what many of his colleagu said If Mr Nixon received and reported a legitimate campaign donation as I did hes in no trouble If he sought and received a bribe as I did not he is in deep trouble Dixie Mafia blamed in bank robberies Chicago AP A Chicago man was charged with possession of money taken in what FBI authorities described as one of several bank robberies committed by a gang known as the Dixie Mafia Forest D Cotton McGuire 37 was charged Monday with possession of stolen money from an October 1971 robbery in Fallstbn NC US Magistrate James T Balog set bond at and ordered him to ap pear in court Thursday An FBI agentsaid two Dixie Mafia members were convicted last year of robbing the Fallstpn bank They were sentenced to iO Board hears variety of views on tuition college costs By Paul Ingrassia LindsaySchaub News Service Chicago The Illinois Board of Higher Educations Committee on Tui tion and Other Student Costs hfiard a variety of views Mon day about how the state should re ct to rising college costs They included suggestions to keep tuition at current levels to close the gap between public and private colleges tuition and to authorize a marketing study on college costs A j The meeting was jthe second of tm Scheduled public hearings a Seventeen persons testified Including representatives of the budget bureau state school supt Michael Bakalis student group spokesmen representatives of public and private universities and spokesmen for state business and labor groups The testimony which seemed to generate the most interest was that of Richard Carlson the state budget bureaus assistant director for education The budget bureaus under direct control of Gov Daniel Walker Carlson said that Illinois tax payers and students often get a poor return for their invest ment in higher education Carlson also made these contentions The money the state spends on higher education is spent in equitably because students at the public senior universities pel from the state the dollar equi Budgef bureau official raps nonpolicy on financial aid valent of a Pontiac Porsche or MercedesBenz while students at the public junior colleges private colleges and persons who do not attend college get very little from the state It is unwise for taxpayers to invest their money and for students to invest their time in expensive programs when there are few job openings in many of those fields That of taxpayers mnney that goes into training a doctor at public universities is wasted every time a new MD leaves the state which he said happens quite often Illinois current tuition and financial aid policy is really a nonpolicy since it is not ra tional consistent or non discriminatory Carlson said he was not argu ing for any particular tuition and financial aid policy Spokesmen for student groups and some public senior universities asked the com mittee to hold the line on rising tuitions to ease the crunch on middle income students Gail Holmberg a sophomore at Illinois State University and a member of the higher board student advisory committee said Financial aid cannotbe used as an excuse to raise tui tion The bureaucracy ineffi ciency and red tape of the present aid programs are get ting in the way of students She also said Requiring a student to acquire heavy debt to get through college too clearly resembled ind eritured servitude University of Illinois President John Corbally Jr said Low tuition is the most efficient form if scholarship aid Those who say low tuition subsidizes the wealthy ignore the fact that its benefits are available to all Corbally added that he did not think current tuition rates are as massive and oppressive as has been said Southern Illinois University sent a written statement asking that the board explore a step bystep transition to a tuition free system It also asked for a review of the current levels of state aid to private colleges Representatives of the states private colleges and universities asked the committee to lessen the gap between public and private sector tuitions Father John Contelyou presi dent of DePaul University and chairman of the higher boards NonPublic Advisory com mittee said All public in stitution students are subsidiz ed while only the needy ones at private institutions are All students should be able to attend freely the institution of their choice without the influence of artificial prices or inequitable subsidies The subsidy should be centered in the student not the institution Bakalis said that because the committee lacks enough hard data on which to base financial aid decisions it should approve a marketing study on the effects of costs on college costs Bakalais said While I realize that the decision to enroll in an institution of higher education is not quite the same as a decision to buy a tube of toothpaste there are valid techniques and tools in the field of marketing research that could well be applied to these matters Stanley Johnson president of the state AFLCIO told the committee We would be ap preciative if you would hold the line on costs Robert Beckwith of the Illinois State Chamber of Commerce said that public sector tuition actually has decreased hi recent years because Hhey have not been raised fifkeep pace wiih tuition He urged that tuition at state universities be comparable at similar Midwestern institutions