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Southern Illinoisan (Newspaper) - October 13, 1974, Carbondale, Illinois PUBLICATION OPPICI Carbondalo 710 N Illinois Murphysboro 1113 Walnut Herrin 212 N UHl Southern Illinoisan Volume a Copy 5 Sections Comics Family Weekly Tabloi Frt Htrrln Oilly JtinM MurphyiDere liittpiiM SUNDAY OCTOBER 13 1974 J i to quit New York Times News Service And Associated Press Washington Special Watergate Prosecutor Leon Jaworski saying that his work was largely finished an nounced Saturday he would resign Oct 25 Although the timing of the announcement came as a it has been known for eorne time that Jaworski wanted to return to his native Texas as soon as the major tasks of the special prosecutor were com pleted In a letter of resignation to Alty Gen William B Saxbe Jaworski noted that the Watergate coverup trial pro bably the prosecutions last major undertaking was now in progress under the guidance of associated special prosecutor James F Neal A jury of nine women and three men was sequestered in that case late Saturday Jaworski had not been expected to appear for the prosecution at the trial In a separate letter to the at torney general his immediate nuperior Jaworski took pains to dispel any thought that his resignation was related to the pardoning of Richard M Nixon Will leave Oct 25 asks Henry S Ruth be appointed says bulk of work finished by President Ford He also recommended to Sax be that Henry S Ruth who has served as deputy special pro secutor since May of 1973 be considered to succeed him after the resignation takes effect Oct confidence that such of our responsibilities as remain un fulfilled can well be completed under the leadership of another special prosecutor Among the inquirires known to be continuing are those into the allegations of improper or il legal political contributions by the International Telephone and Telegraph Company and dairy interests and possible expen ditures of campaign funds for Nixons personal benefit The former President however is exempted from federal prosecution for any criminal acts committed while in officer under the terms of the full and unconditional pardon granted his last month by President Ford Jaworski who was 69 years old last month emphasized in bis letter his conviction that the 25 Jaworski reported in his letter to Saxbe that the bulk of the work entrusted to the care of his office had now been discharged and he expressed tions against the former President Jaworski dismissed in his let ter to Saxbe urgings from some quarters that he indict Nixon for his alleged role in the Watergate coverup as a means of testing in court the constitutionality of the pardon To do so he said would be intellectually dishonest on his part and would constitute a spurious proceeding in which I had no faith in fact it would be tantamount to unprofessional conduct and violative of my responsibility as prosecutor and officer of the court Jaworskis predecessor Archibald Cox was dismissed as the first Watergate special pro secutor last Oct 26 during what has been called the Saturday Night Massacre Jaworski was named special Lyndon B Johnson and former Texas Gov John B Con nally But Jaworski quickly won the loyalty of his staff by refusing to accept White House efforts to limit his access to Watergate evidence The climactic battle in that confrontation was joined on April 16 when Jaworski asked Sirica for a subpoena com manding Nixon to turn over tapes and documents sought as evidence in the coverup trial The case went to the Supreme Court which issued an order on July 24 directing Nixon to obey the subpoena Two weeks later Nixon resigned after the Judiciary Committee impeachment votes and Nixons disclosure of a tape that linked him to the coverup in the days immediately after the June 17 1972 breakin at Democratic National Committee headquarters Former Leon Jaworski Henry S RuHl out of ai Gunmen take over station pardoning of Nixon was well prosecutor on Nov 1 1973 and within the scop of Fords con1 sworn in four days later stitutional authority He rejected as unfounded suggestions that it lad somehow infringed upon the special prosecutors charter to investigate fully all allega Jaworski took over command of a staff of 38 lawyers many of whom reportedly were suspicious of Democrat with the close Texas tied to Strike voted at Norge Union employes of the Norge Co of Herrin voted overwhelmingly Saturday to reject a final company con tract proposal and to go out on strike at midnight Monday when their old contract expir es At a twoandahalf hour meeting Saturday morning in the South Side Junior High School in Herrin employes voted 940 to 100 to reject a Norge proposal made at about Saturday according Jarvisj Hurst pre wdeht of Lodge 554 of the International Association of separate vote7 employes voted R84 to 133 In favor of a strike Jarvis said The strike will affect some 1640 union employes at Norge Southern Illinois lar gest industrial employer Union workers make up nwe than 80 per cent of the plants work force of 2000 employes The vote to strike came after about six weeks of nego tiations on a new contract Wages and working conditions are the major areas of dis agreement between employes and management Jarvis said The union is seeking a two year contract with annual wage increases of 20 per cent to 25 per cent he said The companys final offer was a with rai 1 seabTO per cent the first DOT centJGthe second year he i The contract that will expire Monday was for three years Base pay for assembly work ers who constitute most of the work force at Norge is now an hour Jarvis said He said there are also about 50 different job classifications with various hourly rates cov ered by the contract Jarvis said he knows of no new negotiating meetings scheduled with management before the current contract ex pires The strike has been sanc tioned by the unions inter national headquarters An 18day strike preceded agreement on the current Norge contract in October 1971 Calling him a model and ideal prisoner Warden Ralph Aaron of the Marion Federal Penitentiary shook hands with former Illinois representative William D Cox as the one time legislator left the federal institution on Thursday Convicted last year for con spiracy and tax evasion Cox entered the Marion Peniten tiary on Nov 1 He served 11 months of his 15month sen tence ad was released early Aaron said because of his good behavior Cox former Coles County Republican party chairman is 61 Aaron said that Cox had spent most of his sentence at the prison camp He came in to say goodbye before he left His wife came to pick him up Aaron added Cox who had earlier denied a request for an interview from an area reporter said in a telephone interview Sat urday that he is happy to be back home in Charleston Everything is the same as it was before I left he said He had no comment on prison life Cox was indicted on char ges of paying a secretary for work she did not do and then receiving the money in a kickback scheme He pleaded guilty to the char ge Montgomer Ala AP Three black gunmen took over radio station WAPX in a hail of gunfire Saturday that left a white security guard dead Pleading on the air for a black revolution they surrendered after their last hostage made a bold escape The city police chief said two other blacks are being sought in the deadly bizzarre series of events that began when a 78 yearold white man was hacked in the face with a machete and ended with the takeover of the soul music station Police Chief Ed Wright said the five were black militants who had boasted that they were going to kill police officers and make a grandstand play in Montgomery The trio in the bulletriddled radio station in downtown Montgomery had at one point cried over the air Theres Negro revolution and a black revolution Im in the black revolution We want all you niggers to come on down Wright said that the elderly whiteman was attacked without provocation and that the five then fled in a car Police pursued it rammed it and the five began running he said Throe Took Station Wright said two escaped and the other three armed with sawedoff shotguns took over the radio station in a burst of WAPX Montgomery Ala scene of bloody shootout gunfire that killed a guard M E Furr on a downtown street The elderly man identified as Aldron Parkham was in satisfactory condition after surgery for facial lacera tions The takeover of WAPX ended after two hours of tense stalemate when the black disc jockey Alphonzo D i x o n scrambled to freedom Police said the gunmen had told Dixon to go to the door and hold up a mirror so they could watch the officers When he reached the door he burst through it to safety A black secretary in the building Gloria Gilmer earlier had been lowered to freedom on a fire ladder at an adjoining building after suffering a bullet wound in the takeover A spokesman at Jackson Hospital said she was in fair condi tion They just confiscated the air waves The just called on their black brothers to come down and take over this town the stations general manager Alvin Dixon said after watching his son escape Black Muslim Name Wright blood stains on his shirt and his hand bandaged from a gunshot wound told newmen that the three men their heads shaved gave Black Muslim names when they were taken into custody Their full identities were not released immediately Police said they were preparing charges against the men The elder Dixon said he knew one of the men as Arthur X Wright said they were in their mid20s were from Montgomery and commonly passed out mili tant literature on the streets Wright said he two fugitives were considered armed and extremely dangerous and that a widespread manhunt for them was underway The three who commandeered the air frequency of WAPX broke into the normal soul music format at the black operated station with this plea The time for unity is now Everybody come and help Inside today RAPE LADY protect yourself Series by Kathie Pratt begins today See Page 21 HIRAM LESAR could he move from interim to perman ent president of Southern Il linois University at Carbon dale See Page 28 for a profile by Henry de Fiebre BURDITT OR STEVENSON One of them will be elected to the US Senate from Il linois next month For stories on both candidates see Page 35 OAKLAND beats Los Ange les 32 in series opener Page 11 TEMPLE downs SIUC foot ball Salukis 5916 Page 11 Index Ann Landers Bridge Business Byline BG Classified Crossword Editorials Family Living Finance Records Sports Television 5A 2 2932 IDA 34 2123 3942 5 7A12A Ford vetoes RR retirement legislation Washington AP President Ford vetoed bills Saturday which would have committed billion to the railroad retirement system and revised federal law on insurance against nuclear power plant ac cidents Dr Joseph I Bordenave Dr Allan Gojlin Streator doctor heads foundation Cloudy with occasional rain today and tonight High tem peratures 55 to 65 today 45 to 53 tonight Variable cloud iness Monday and a little warmer with a chance of showers High 58 to 68 Dr Allan Goslin of Streator was elected chairman of the board of trustees of the Illinois Foundation for Medical Care during the boards meeting Saturday in Carbondale Dr Goslin a family practi tioner is a member of the board of trustees of the Illinois State Medical Society which also is meeting in Carbondale this weekend Site of both meetings is the student center of Southern Il linois University at Carbon dale The foundation meeting was concluded Saturday and the ISMS board meeting was scheduled to end about noon today Dr Goslin is secretary treasurer of the LaSalle Coun ty Medical Society and holds membership in both the Il linois State Medical Society and the American Medical Association He replaces Dr Phil Thomsen of Dolton who resigned for health reasons Chairman of the board of the Illinois State Medical So ciety is Dr Joseph I Borde nave The boards meeting this weekend its first ever in Carbondale is one of about half a dozen held every year K VJ1 f i i i d Henry Kissinger in Arab headdress Rocky knew of antiGoldberg book AP wirephoto Kissinger fours Mideast Jerusalem AP i Secretary of State Henry A Kissinger joked and posed with an Arab headdress in Jordan on i Saturday conferred there with 1 King Hussein then flew to Israel tor talks with Israeli leaders Israeli security sources said that hours before he arrived at least five Arab guerrillas slip ped across the Lebanese border apparently planning a terrorist raid to coincide with his talks but so far it was quiet In Sidon Lebanon witnesses said Israeli gunners shelled three villages in southern Lebanon before dawn destroy ing one house and setting farms afire but that there were no casualties Security roadblocks sealed off the northern area of Israel near the frontier of Lebanon The sources said the In filtrators crossed somewhere north of Maalot the Israeli village where 23 children were killed when terrorists captured a school May 15 during Kiss ingers last Middle East mission At the time of the Maalot raid Kissinger was In his Jerusalem hotel and security troops found three Katyusha rockets pointed at the building on nearby hilltop ERROR Should be 7 cents 7 cents and 8 cents ajid Herman Jarvis New York Times News Service And Associated Press New York Vice Presidentdesignate Nelson A Rockefeller took full responsibility Saturday for the publication of a derogatory biography of Arthur J Goldberg during the 1970 New York governatorial campaign in which the former Supreme Court Justice was the Democratic candidate The former governor telephoned Goldberg at his home Saturday afternoon and read him the text of a telegram in which Rockefeller also said that he had prior knowledge of the publication of the book ac cording to Hughe Morrow Rockefellers press secretary It U clear that won the project was brought to my attention I should have im mediately taken steps to see to it that it was stopped Rockefeller said in the telegram the text of which was released to the press Goldberg had demanded an apology from Rockefeller when it was first disclosed earlier this week that the former governors brother Laurance had invested in thebook purely as a business venture On Thursday Rockefeller said in a statement had he Laurance only told me about it at the time I would have been totally opposed to It and would have strongly advised against his participation In any form Saturday however Morrnw pointed out that Rockefeller I acknowledged Thursday night that be had known of the plan to publish the book but had pass ed it off as being of minor consequence in the cam paign Goldberg reached at his home in Washington only minutes after having spoken to Rockefeller by telephone issued this statement The Senate and the House commutee and ultimately both bodies of Congress are the pro per agencies to determine whether Governor Rockefellers belatedly admitted misconduct and its coverup are compatible with his being confirmed as Vice President of the United States I am content to leave this overriding question to their banda tfaii U their Constitutional responsibility to the people of our country The book by Victor Lasky a conservative writer was published by Arlington House under arrangements with John A Wells a New York lawyer and close associate of Nelson Rockefeller Neil McCaffrey president of Arlington House said that a total of 116000 paperback copies of the book had been published and sources close to a Congressional invesitgation of the case said that the Rockefeller reelection cam paign had been given 100000 of these The congressional investiga tion of Rockefellers role in the current book is being in conjunction with hearings on his confirmation u Viet Presi dent Rockefeller did not say how he would have stopped the publication of the work entitled Arthur J Goldberg The Old And The New and Morrow would not elaborate on the question In the book a variety of references to Goldberg as a What makes Sammy run character were made by Lasky a reference to a bestselling novel by Budd Scbulberg about an unscrupulous harddriving opportunistic movie producer named Sammy Click The controversy over the book erupted almost simultaneously with release by Rockefeller of a list of 18 former associates who received gifts totalling at least million from him over the put 17 yeari