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   Southern Illinoisan (Newspaper) - September 3, 1974, Carbondale, Illinois                                PUBLICATION OFFICB 710 N Murphyboro IW Walnut N life Volume 82No 20715c Copy TWO SMtloM 4 20 Pages le Carbondi M FrM Praw Hwrln Dally Jaunul AKurphyibora IndtpMXMM TUESDAY SEPT 3 W4 Illinoisan 010175 IW LIBRARY LS NEWSPAPERS BOX 739 DZCAXsJK ILL 62525 action period on economy expected next year c Washington StarNews Washington President Ford probably will defer most major actions on the economy until next year trying In the meantime to restore con fidence by demonstrating that the government is in control of developments L William Seid man a key adviser said to day Seidman who is directing for the Sept 2728 summit con ference on the economy said he expects the President to lay outi fundamentals of his economic policies in Januarys budget and State of the Union message The real action period will be next year Seidman told a group ofnewsmen Nevertheless he said Ford will watch urgent problems day by day and will act even before the sum mit If he feels action is necessary in particular areas Emergency aid to housing is one area under close study for possible early action Seidman said Some administration sources had said that assistance to electric utilities also could come quickly but Seidman in dicated that will wait at least until summit Asked whether a crisis of confidence may erupt if the President waits until next year to lay out an economic program Seidman acknowledged that confidence always is a factor in the decisions of businessmen investors and consumers A key to confidence is whether the government itself j appears to be and is in control he said and the ability of the government to control its own budget is one example of what can build confidence Instead of rushing into action he said the administration believes patience and con sistency are vital to economic policy Consistency of policy helps the public make decisions with more confidence than if policy shifts erratically he said Seidman indicated that a main objective of the summit con ference is to develop public understanding of policy and thus to assure the widespread sup port heeded to permit con sistency Credited with taking a forthright approach to national problems by AFLCIO President George Meany President Ford tield another round of talks to day with k e y economic ad visers Ford met in late morning with his economic counselor Kenneth Rush Chairman Alan Greenspan of the Council of Economic Advisers and L Economic Advisers and Seid man Ford also received some unofficial economic advice Monday when Meany in a Labor Day radio address over CBS urged the President to lay out for the public what Meany said were the hard facts of in flation recession and unemployment Meany said the past five and a half years of deceit and deviousness have caused peo ple to blame government not business and labor for the nations economic woes But that will change under Fords administration Meany said Straight talk is this Presidents long suit and that is what the country and her people need he said Meany president of the AFL CIO went on to assert that the current inflation is not caused byexcessive demand and therefore that budget cuts high interest rates and tight money which might be ap propriate weapons against ex cessive demand inflation simply will not work Instead the Ford administra tion should seek to increase home construction end exports of scarce commodities create a public service employment pro gram and close tax loopholes Meany urged in his broadcast address Another labor leader Arnold Miller president of the United Mine Workers met with Ford Monday and promised his unions support for the inflation conference Five job corpsmen die in highway crash Five young men en route to the Golconda Job Corps Center after a weekend at home in the Peoria area were kiUed early today in a car truck collision on Illinois 51 north of De Soto Jackson County Coroner Don Ragsdale said the five were identified by Job Corps officials this morning as Wil liam Gaboriault Jr 18 Dennis Corwin 18 Rufus Lawrence Jr 19 Lonnle White 19 and AREA TRAFFIC DEATHS Sept 3 1973 82 Sept 3 1974 88 Gary Bandy age not avail able all of the Peoria area Police said It is not yet known which of the young men was driving the car when it collided with a tractor trailer tank truck Ronald Shadowen of Mur physboro driver of a truck for the Bost Truck Service Inc 1134 N llth St Murphys boro was treated for minor injuries but was not hospi talized The truck was empty A third driver Patsy Wil liams of De Soto whose car ran into the wreckage was treated for facial injuries and released from Doctors Me morial Hospital in C a r b o n dale FTC settles with developer Refunds offered on land Washington AP The Federal Trade Com mission announced acceptanc today of a negotiated settlemen which is the commission opening wedge in a broad in Vesfigation of the 6billionayear fend development business Ths fivemember commission Unanimously approved the set tlement despite complaints from other law enforcement officials that the FTC was going too easy ton GAC Corp of Miami In originally proposing the settlement last March the FTC had cited GAC with using misleading tactics in selling land in Florida and Arizona Much of the land is in Florida and cost buyers to per parcel Fair and unseasonably cool tonight with low in the raid or upper 40s Warmer Wed nesday with high in low or mid 70s INDEX Classified 1316 Comics TV Bridge Crossword 19 Editorials A Family Living 6 Records 17 Sports 1112 Weather details map 17 Youth 5 The commission has about 30 other land developers under in vestigation The settlement which was offered for public comment before final action required GAC to provide buyers with cash refunds valued at about million and replacements in other GAC developments for lots valued at million The refund provisions were attacked as too meager by the Iowa attorney general and the interstate land sales office of the LS Department of Housing and Urban Development The HUD agency which ad ministers federal laws requiring registration and full disclosure by land developers estimated the million in cash refunds would be inconsequential com pared to the million lost over the last six years by GAC customers who stopped paying on their property The FTC provisions covered only a fraction of the customers who stopped payment because i permitted GAC to keep th downpayment and first monthly payments as the com panys cost of sellilng th land Iowa Atry Gen Richard 0 Turner complained mat the formula allows GAC to keep millions of dollars from thosi who defaultedbecause of the deceptive practices Turner who said his own of fice has 50 complaints pending against GAC urged the FTC t require full restitution The FTC issued no explana tion in announcing that it ha decided not to alter the terms of the settlement But in a letter to Turner it explained The order that we have arrived at con statutes the largest and mos equitable restitution provisions possible under the circumstances not the least oJ which is GACs poor financial condition Mine talks begin Washington AP The United Mine Workers and he bituminous Coal Operators Association opened negotiations oday in an effort to reach agreement on a new industry wide contract before the present hreeyear pact expires Nov 12 The miners have traditionally ollowed a no contract no work policy i UMW President Arnold Miller promisedhardnosed bargaining to get everything we can in the new contract Miller held a Labor Day meeting with President Ford a White House spokesman said the topics covered were mine safety the problems of black lung disease and the ef fects of inflation on miners The five men were all dead on arrival at Doctors Hospi tal Ragsdale said the five ap parently were killed outright as the car and truck collided almost headon with the car sliding down the left side of the truck The coroner said the car was demolished and was picked up in small pieces Res cuers had to use cutting torch es to remove two of the young men from the car The car was flattened and folded up almost like an ac cordion the coroner said Dr John B Taylor medi cal services director at the hospital said the five deaths represent the largest number of deadonarrivaJ v i c t i in s reaching the hospital at the same time since he joined the hospital in 1940 The crash mis morning kill ing five was one of the worst car accidents in the a r e a within the last five years On Aiig otfnHnois 1 northof Mt Camel per sons killed in a car ac cident In another accident on Illinois 1 five persons were dead in a car crash seven miles north of Cave in Rock on Jan 28 1974 In the worst area accident eight ngrsons were killed May 7 Rt 37 in Pulaski Coi Hospital authorities were in strumental in identification of the five victims today after obtaining partial identifica tion of two of them Hospital authorities checked the Job Corps center in Gol conda providing the identifi cation of two men and Job Corps officials immediately went to Carbondale to assist identification i The five men were on three day leaves to spend the Labor Day holiday weekend with relatives in Peoria Doctors Hospital officials established a temporary mor gue in a conference room Police report the accident occurred at am about two miles north of De Soto and just north of the site of the former Midway Tavern Police said traffic was blocked for almost an hour before the road was cleared Daley appears hints Ffve Injured Photo byTOebara Garter Ethics bill signed Chicago AP Illinois today became Hie 47tS state with a campaign finance dislosure law Gov Daniel Walker signed legislation requiring candidates for state and local office and their campaign committees to report contributions of or more The sthics law which Walker called a landmark and perhaps the single most important Jaw in the state in several years requires that such donations be reported by Oct 15 before an election He said another report is re quired after an election and that a third report listing contribu tions and expenditure also is mandatory Walker who signed the law during a news conference said it probably will have some negative impact on the cam paigning of some political can didates particularly since anonymous contributions are now prohibited Candidates will have to work harder to get more small con tributions from the small tributors he said calling it a good thing The law sponsored by Sen John B Roe RRocheUe goes into effect for state office can didates Oct 1 and for local can didates on Jan 1 Violation is a misdemeanor junishable by a fine and up o six months in jail Walker said he hopes state egislators will further tighten the standards by requiring jersonal financial disclosure by elected and appointed can didates and office holders He said he would have preferred mat contributions of or more be reported Walker also has issued a series of executive orders in cluding Personal financial disclosure by key executive branch employes earning or more annually state employes from soliciting fellow employes for political contributions Creating an Office of Special Investigations to find corruption io state govern ment Settingup a state etiiics board hell run again Chicago AP Mayor Richard J Daley made his firstpublic appearance to day sinie he suffered a stroke four monthsago and all but declared he will seek another term as mayor next year Daley 73 suffered a stroke May 6 and has spent the sum mer convalescing athis beach home in Michigan He returned to work in his City Hall office today and promptly held a news conference Its great to be back in the great building thats meant so much to me forthe last 20 years said Daley looking greyer slimmmer and speaking with less authority than in the past He immediately was asked about plans to run for a sixth fouryear term and Daley said he will decide that question after trying to follow his doctors orders of a restricted routine Another newsmen said If you had to a decision to day you would run wouldnt I You answered it Dale laughed Another newsman asked tin mayor if there was any reason why Daley thought he shouldni run The mayor rapidly replied No More than 100 newsmen jam med the fifth floor conference room and many of them ap plauded when Daley appeared in ablue suit and sporting new silverframed eyeglasses Daley said he lost about1 25 pounds during his illness He also saidj that his family has left the decision of whether he should seek to extend his record 20 years as mayor en tirely up to me Daley also predicted a great national future for the and made his usual pitch for Chicago as the siteof the partys national con vention on 19761 He said he expects to be at City Hall on his regular daily schedule in the future but hat he no longer would work 15 hours day as he did in the put Young John Carter Cash injured Nashville Tenn AP John Carter Cash 4yearold son of entertainers Johnny Cash and June Carter was in stable but improving condition today at Vanderbilt Hospital after being seriously injured in a traffic accident Monday officials reported The elder Cash 41 was ordered by doctors to bow out as lost of the local Jerry Lewis Muscular Dystrophy Telethon ecause of exhaustion A hospital spokesman said the boy had a good night and lis parents spent the night with lim He said the boy was ad mitted in serious condition with iead injuries Young John was one of seven persons injured when a Jeep verturned pinning him beneath the vehicle No oneelse was seriously injured State Trooper Billy Mason quoted Cashs Hancock the driver as saying the open top vehicle overturned when it hit deep mud puddle Researchers worn Home canning can be poison Chicago AP The popularity of home cann ing spurred by higher fooc costs has resulted in a growing health hazard botulism Researchers from the Center for Disease Control in Atlanta report in the Sept 2 issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association or botulism a food poisoning thai isJfatal in onefourth of all cases Education of the home can ner and the consumer is the most pressing need in respect to revention and control of Dotulism the researchers wrote From 1970 through 1973 30 outbreaks of botulism from food were reported to the center These involved 91 persons and caused 21 deaths Commercial foods were implicated in three of the outbreaks The others wereblamed on homecanned oodj Thirteen of the 30 outbreaks involved vegetables and seven of these involved peppers Six cases of botulism have been reported in 1974 all from homecanning of tomatoes corn and fish Low acid foods such as meat and green beans must processed in a pressure cooker High acid foods such as tomatoes must be processed in boiling water If the food is boiled for five or ten minutes before it is served the botulin bacteria are destroyed but Merson noted that many people do not like to do this because it changes the taste Cans containing botulincon taminated food do not necessarily bulge as they do with other kinds of spoilage he notes and there is no easily r e cognizable characteristic odor or sign of such contamina tion ERROR Should be 1971   

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