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   Southern Illinoisan (Newspaper) - August 23, 1974, Carbondale, Illinois                                PUBLICATION OFFICE 710 N Illinois Murphysboro 1113 Walnut Herrin 212 N 16th Volume J9915c a Copy Two uthern lUinoisan Succnwr to Carbondo Fro Herrin Dally Journal Murphysboro Independent FRIDAY AUG 23 1974 CarbondaleHerrinMurphysboro Another phone call Wo nothing no word at all By Dennis Montgomery Belleville AP Her vigil began nearly two months ago Two months of waiting and praying hoping for word of her kidnaped little girl Two months of remembering her blonde curls and blue eyes Two months of jumping with each ring of the phone Two months of hopes soaring only to be dashed Kimberly Gossetl 5 the daughter of Mr and Mrs John Gossett disappeared July 7 Police think she was kidnaped by a family friend Another child sasys she heard him say he wanted Kimberly for his own daughter Mrs Connie Gossett 27 answers a call before the first ring dies She quit her job to wait at the phone Her husky voice softens hope dying when she learns its only another reporter No Nothing she says No word at all We havent given up hope We are just wishing that we hear some word it its just word that shes all right Its getting to the point you know where I just dont know what to do anymore Shes kept after reporters to keep the story alive to stop her little girl from slipping from the publics mind Shes done everything she can think of Shes asked a Chicago psyche for help Shes printed and helped distribute some 4000 circulars Police everywhere are on the lookout Shes search ed Nothing she said No word at all Some of the hardest times are when shes with her two other children They dont understand whats become of Kimberly Her sixyearold wants to know why she doesnt buy Sissy any new school clothes as they shop for his All he talks about is how hell walk her to school And he prays every night for her We are all praying Mrs Gossett said Catholic churches across the state have said masses for her return No Nothing Mrs Gossett said No word at all You know its hard to answer a little boys questions when he asks me how come God doesnt answer him Hes asked several times All you can do is say God answers in mysterious ways She hopes she can reach Kimberly through the news media Maybe shell hear her name on the radio or see it in a newspaper What would she want to say a reporter asks Her voice breaks for the first time as she chokes out the words Kimberly Your mother says Mom and your brothers and Dads home waiting for you Ford eyes 10c gas tax boost Washington AP The Ford administration is considering a 10centpergallon boost in tile federal excise tax on gasoline as a possible anti inflation move officials say This is one of those proposals under consideration along with many many others White House Press Secretary Jerald F terHorst told reporters Thurs day in confirming published reports about a possible tax boost The excise tax is currently 4 cents a gallon and nationwide surveys show that the average cost of gasoline now is 558 cents a gallon TerHorst and Treasury Secretary William E Simon said President Ford has no im mediate plans to ask Congress for an immediate tax increase Termed antiinflation proposal And Capitol Hill sources also said it was unlikely that Congress would enact such a tax boost in an election year TerHorst was asked to com ment on a Los Angeles Times report that Ford may seek the gasolinetax increase in an ef fort to right inflation and con serve energy The President and his ideas and recommendations the spokesman replied Thisis one of those proposals under study Meanwhile the Washington Post reported today that the administration also is studying whether to decontrol prices or about 75 per cent of domestically produced crude oil Quoting what it called reliable government sources the newspaper said the effect would be to permit the price of so called old crude oil to float from the current ceiling of a barrel to whatever level the market would bear probably about or Old crude oil refers to that portion of currently produced oil economic advisers are reviewthat is equal to or below 1972 ing a whole range of possible production levels Ehrlichman lawyers asking Supreme Court to delay trial JL Barbara Valier of Du Quoin a volunteer worker at the Do Quoin State Fair sets up a bread display Judges done Du Quoin fair opens Saturday c Washington StarNews Washington In a ruling that may prove significant in the continuing tugofwar between Congress and the executive branch a US district judge here has held that the Nixon administration acted improperly in impounding some million designed by Congress to help cities build water and sewer systems Essentially Judge Greens I programrelated and non ruling unless overturned on programrelated impoundments appeal means that the ex1 holding ex im ecutive branch may not pound money designated by an Act of Congress for a particular program unless the program itself proves faulty In the water and sewer case that because HUD Secretary James Lynn had terminated the funding for fiscal reasons he had misused his power There is no statutory authority to exercise discretion Judging of the farm and home show exhibits at the Du Quoin State fair which starts Saturday was complet ed early today About will be divided among the winners Jaci WilliamsofDuQuoin farm and homeshow superin tendent said We have ap proximately 1000 entries about the same as last year but the quality this year is very good She said eight persons be gan judging last night and continued working until early today All the judges have a de gree in textiles or whatever judge Mrs Wil liams said The fair officially opens Sat urday State performers at the fair Saturday include Wolfman Jack jim Stafford and the Hues Corp at pm and Loretta Lynn and Tom T Hall Show at 8 pm The Roy Clark Show with singer Diana Trask and The Spurrlows will begin at and 8 pm Sunday The trac tor pull will begin at am The Liza Minnelli Show will start at 6 and 3 pm Monday On Tuesday through Sun day the Danny Thomas Show with singer Lorna Luft the Cycling dementis and Bobby BerosinisOrangutans will be gin at 8 pm The Labor DayNight Show will star Rich Little and sing er Anne Murray Other events include grand circuit harness racing at pm Monday through Thurs day with the Hambletonian on Wednesday afternoon The United States Auto Club USAC midget races with a 50mile feature will get under way with time trials at noon Saturday The USAG 100mile late mo del stock car race time trials begin at noon Sunday Time trials for the USAC CocaCola 100mile dirt car race begin at noon Labor Day Urban Development and the Judge June L Green said in a uroan ueve opmeni ma nnininn issued OMB decided last year to sevenpage opinion issued earlier this month that the Of fice of Management and Budget to the Department of Housing and in a manner calculated to obligate none of the funds ap proprikted by Congress The secretarys failure to carry out the congressional mandate is an pound the million because provision of water and sewer historically been aj t under the 1965 Urban Develop ment Act She ordered the money released Rep Fred B Rooney DPa has hailed the decision as hav ing extraordinary significance in asserting congressional power in the appropriations pro cess Rocky says Nixon shouldnt be prosecuted Seal Harbor Main AP Vice President designate Nelson A Rockefeller said to day former President Richard M Nixon should not be pro secuted further At a news conference at his vacation home the for mer New York governor noted he wasnt lawyer but agreed with Senate Republi can leader Hugh Scott who said recently that Nixon has been hung It doenst seem to me as he said that he should in addition be drawn and quar tered Rockefeller said dollars abuse of discretion Judge Green said Rooney said he found an appropriate use of federal sjgnificant that Judge Green chose to make the water and Basically the money was to sewer case factually be used as matching funds for j distinguishable from a recent municipalities who applied for ruling by the US court of Ap grants to improve their present j peals upholding the Nixon ad water and sewer systems Hundreds of applications from j money municipalities have been turned act ministrations inpoundment of under the housing b ack during the 18 months since the OMB ordered the funds im pounded Under Judge Greeens The difference Judge Green ruled was that in the housing suit the administration Fullscale strike much worse he says Fiveday shutdown nothing Miller warns By the Associated Press United Mine Workers Presi dent Arnold Miller says the im pact of this weeks national coal mine shutdown will be insignifi cant compared with the possibility of a fullblown strike later this year Government and industry shouldnt worry days Miller told about five some 3000 coal miners and union sup porters at a rally Thursday in Harlan Ky If they dont do something before Nov 12 theyll have a lot more than five days to worry about The fiveday memorial period which ends today was called by the UMW to com memorate the thousands who have died in mine accidents But the shutdown comes at a time when tlie union and industry are set to begin negotiating a new Harlan where the union has been engaged in a 13month organzing strike against the Duke Power Co served as a focal point for a week of arriving in Harlan Wednesday night for the march Late in the afternoon Miller told a rally at Cawood High School that the union is taking a marches memorial services and 1 new hard line in achieving its rallies goals Led by a purple and black I want to put those who ob banner reading Pray for thej ject to our way on notice that DeadAnd Fight Like Hell for j our tolerance is gone he said threeyear contract and when the Living thousands of Things have changed and as far as the mining industry is concerned the change is for the Thursdays1 gathering all miners had begun The UMW president promised industry stockpiles of coal are j miners and supporters marched dwindling The present national through the small Kentucky coal contract expir es Nov 12 I town that coal will be mined safely or not at all An estimated 115000 of the nations coal miners in a dozen states have been affected by the weeklong shutdown The work stoppage will cost the nation about nine million tons of badly needed coal ac cording to Bituminous estimates by the Coal operators Association the industry group that negotiates with the UMW It said the miners will lose about million in wages ruling these applications may determined that the programs now be resubmitted and con1 were not achieving their in sidered on an individual tended purpose while in the basis water and sewer suit she held In her ruling Judge Green the money was held up for made the distinction between I purely fiscal reasons Index Partly cloudy and cooler tonight with low in mid 60s Partly sunny Saturday with high in the mid 80s Partly cloudy Sunday through Tues day with a chance of showers or thunderstorms Tuesday Highs will be in 80s and lows in 60s Classified Religion Comics TV Bridge Crossword Editorials Family living Records Sports Weather details map 1317 5 19 4 6 1718 1212 18 Dental journal reports Wired jaws wont insure weight loss By C G McDaniel Chicago AP Fat people are flooding oral surgeons with requests to wire their jaws shut but the gim mick probably will not lead to permanent thinness says a dental journal Persons who need a gim mick such as wiring of the teeth to lose weight are prob ably so poorly motivated in the first place that longterm success with weight control is extremely doubtful it says An editorial in the current issue of fte Journal of Oral Surgery by Dr Daniel M Laskin editor notes that mere immobilization of the jaws does not guarantee loss of weight Patients with wired teeth can actually gain weight as a result of poorly planned diets or from failure willingly to reduce caloric intake he points out Laskin an oral surgery pro fessor at the University of Illinois school of dentistry notes that many oral surgeons are being flooded with re quests to wire teeth for weight reduction as a result of news accounts of a woman who lost 100 pounds in this way Laskin cautions that wiring the jaws shut also has poten tial complications including shifting of teeth periodontal disease and tooth decay And he notes also that there is the remote but more serious possibility that a per son will vomit and draw food and gastric secretions into the lungs Ford Syrian minister lay groundwork for Middle East talks Washington AP President Ford conferred to day with the Syrian foreign minister to lay the groundwork for more peace negotiations in the Middle East Abdel Halim Khaddam is the highest ranking Syrian official to visit the new President The meeting is one in a series that President Ford will un dertake with Arab and Israeli leaders in an effort to prepare the next stage of negotiations for permanent peace settle ment Secretary of State Henry Kissinger who attended the Oval Office meeting conferred with Khaddam twice Thurs day Kissinger and Ford are scheduled to meet with Saudi Arabian Foreign Minister Omar Sakkaf within several days and a meeting will take place early next month with Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin Massive arms shipments received by Syria from the Soviet Union are causing con cern among United States and Israeli officials The officials question whether Syria plans further military moves or whether it would con sider additional peace negotia tions US officials say that Khad dam has taken a conciliatory vein in talks with Kissinger The secretary of state plans to the host of a dinner tonight for the foreign minister Also attending the Oval Office meeting were US Ambassador to Syria Richard Murphy Syr ian Ambassador to the United States Salah Kabbani and Dr Arafic Jouejati an aide to the foreign minister I Before meeting with Khad dam Ford greeted 100 farm youth at the White House and told them in a very few years all of you will be running the country so you had better learn how to run it better Striding across the dewy Rose Garden as the 4H Club members from Michigan and Colorado took his picture Ford noted he had recorded another Youre the first group Ive had the opportunity to greet here and I guess this is a first for you too Ford also planned to meet during the day with the farm family of the year Mr and Mrs Juliar Fowler o f Fairbanks Alaska and hold a session with representatives of senior citizens organiza tions Ford movedthrough a heavy schedule of meetings and ceremonies Thursday ending with a private dinner at the White House for Vice President designate Nelson A Rockefeller and six longtime congressional friends Ford stepped up his role as Republican campaign booster posing for i n d i v i d u a 1 j photographs with 135 GOP canj didates Earlier he took time pose with a dozen senators up for reelection But White House Press Secretary Jerald F terHorst said Ford will not campaign as much for GOP congressional candidates this year as he had planned before ascending to the presidency The best politics is to be right here in the White House tending to the affairs of govern ment But I cannot rule out the possibility of political ap pearances said terHorst TerHorst said no political trips had been scheduled yet Ford also signed landmark legislation revamping federal housing and community development programs and authorizing billion in the next three years About 200 mayors members of Congress state and county officials witnessed the signing of the Housing and Community Development Act Further cementing his political foundation with various factions in Congress Ford sign ed a proclamation designating Aug 26 as Womens Equality Day and urged ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment to the Constitution Youre making headway every day Ford told 13 con gresswomen who flanked him during the Cabinet Room ceremonies He said that over the years women have had to do twice as well as men to get half as much credit Weve got to change that   

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