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   Southern Illinoisan (Newspaper) - November 24, 1974, Carbondale, Illinois                                PUBLICATION OFFICB 710 N Illinois Murphyiboro 111 Walnut Herrin 212 N Uth Southern niinoisan Volumt MNo 28J30C a Copy 5 Comlct Family Weekly TV Ford meets I firw Htrrln tully Journsl Murpliyibore SUNDAY NOVEMBER 24 hnev Vladivostok USSR AP President Ford said Sunday he was encouraged about the progress he is making with Soviet leader Leonid I Brezhnev on establishing guidelines for a new 10year treaty limiting offensive nuclear weapons We hope we dont disappoint you the President bundled in a wolfskin parka with a Eussian sable hat on his head told newsmen at the door of his dacha villa Were encourag ed He then walked down a path to a conference center where Brezhnev awaited him for the second day of talks Encouraged by progress on treaty limiting offensive nuclear arms on the nuclear arms limitation treaty as well as a variety of other topics including the Middle East Ford and Brezhnev had met In the white stucco building until past midnight Saturday discussing only one subject how to instruct negotiators in Geneva on framing a nuclear arms limitation treaty in time to sign when the two leaders meet again in Washington next summer After the more than six hours of talks Secretary of State Henry A Kissinger told newsmen We are in the same ballpark Enough was done to give impetus to the negotiations in Geneva We have come closer to our goal The twoday summit has been widely publicized in the Soviet press reflecting the Kremlins determination to move ahead with its policy of detente A new significant page is being inscribed into the chronicle of the relationship between our countries marked with the spirit of detente and Government enters coal talks c New York Times Washington The government intervened hi the deadlocked national coal miners strike Saturday night by ordering both sides to renew Intensive bargaining with help from federal mediators The full negotiating teams of both sides were summoned by telegram to appear at 3 pm Sunday at the Labor Depart ment here in the office of W J Usery Jr the director of the Federal Mediation and Con ciliation Service The telegrams noted that both parties have worked diligently and in good faith to consummate an acceptable agreement But in the 12th day of the miners strike Usery said that the mounting toll this dispute is inflicting on the nation now makes it im perative that a resolution be reached promptly Earlier Usery had said he preferred to see a coal contract negotiated without direct federal in tervention He asked both sides to assemble their ratifying or ad visory committees in Washington and to hold them in readiness As the revived talks con tinued Saturday however there were no signs that the industry was willing to make enough new concessions to satisfy the minersdemands At a lunch break in his meetings with Arnold R Miller the president of the United Mine Workers Guy Farmer the chief negotiator for the Bituminous Coal Operators Association told reporters Everybody knows that a very serious strike is going on in a major industry and I feel that pressure But Farmer was also known to be feeling pressure from his side of the bargaining table not to acede to the new demands that the 38member Union Bargaining Council instructed Miller to take back to the in dustry Farmer would not comment on Userys move while Miller said he still hoped we can resolve the matter ourselves The Union Council which has the authority to accept or re ject any agreement that Miller reaches with the mine owners voted 37591 Friday after a weeks deliberations to ask for more in wages than the 15 per cent increase accepted by Miller in his tentative settle ment with the industry on Nov 13 The exact amount wanted was apparently not mentioned in the councils instructions to Miller But reportedly there was talk among some council members of demanding a 20 per cent raise in the first year of a threeyear contract and of rejecting anything less The tentative Nov 13 agreement called for a 9 per cent pay in crease in the first year with 3 per cent more in each at the next two years Although Miller a 52yearold former West Virginia coal miner has repeatedly asserted that the Nov 13 agreement represented the most that the industry could give and was the best contract in the history of the labor move ment he joined Friday in the councils vote to go back to the industry for more Miller had strongly urged the bargaining council to approve the Nov 13 agreement Judge relates Agnew resignation details Norfolk Va AP The judge who placed former Vice President Spiro T Agnew on probation says it was more important to get Agnew out of office than Into jail He said officials involved in the case feared that a trial might end in a hung jury and divide the na tion Former US District Judge Walter E Hoffman also said in an interview appearing in Sun days edition of the Norfolk Virginian Pilot that the main concern of bffiials was to get Agnew out of office because they feared he might become president if then President Richard M Nixon was forced out by Watergate Hoffman said Agnew escaped a jail sentence because he refused to plead no contest to a tax evasion charge unless he was guaranteed not going to jail normalization declared the government newspaper Izvestia The nuclear arms limitations treaty apparently has been the key topic of discussion The United States and Soviet Union are both committed to a 10 year treaty limiting missiles bombers and other means of waging nuclear warfare The USSoviet pact restric ting certain weapons systems expires in 1977 At the last US Soviet summit Brezhnev and former President Richard M Nixon failed to make substan tial progress on a SALT pact but agreed to work toward a 10 year pact Udall seeks presidential nomination Bedford NH AP Telling Democrats to unify or face defeat in 1976 Rep Morris K Udall DAriz Saturday became the first Democratic candidate to officially announce for his partys presidential nomination Theres a name for political party that cant get together and that name is losers Udall 52 said at a news conference in this Manchester suburb The liberal congressman also said he would enter New Hampshires earliestinthena tion presidential primary in March 1976 President Ford has said he would seek the Republican nomination Udall has been In the House since 1961 Other potential Democratic candidates who recently visited New Hampshire to test their presidential ambitions include Sens Henry M Jackson of Washington and Lloyd M Bentsen of Texas former Sen Fred Harris of Oklahoma Gov Jimmy Carter of Georgia and Boston Mayor Kevin White Carbondale first Dancers perform By Barb Leebens Of The Southern lUinoisan The young college students construction workers and executives started arriv ing at the place at 8 pm Saturday The phone had been ringing all day at Whitts Barbecue in Carbondale to inquire if the girls were really going to dance according to Mary Whittington manager It was true Two women Diana 22 and Laura 23 both of Carbondale apparently performed the first topless dances in a public place of entertainment in the city Beginning at 9 pm the wo men who declined to givetheir last names performed gogo dances topless except for a dab of glitter pasted on strate gic areas They wore brief bi kini panties Neither woman had danced topless before in a public place they said They sadd their par ents did not know of their new line of work This is purely a professional thing I am not an exhibitionist To me this is a job said Laura a petite brunette who is a student at Southern Illinois University at Oarbondale The women were each paid an hour they said Im doing this purely for experience and exposure said Diana who is a and is originally from Herrin I hope to be a model some day and I realize I cant afford to be modest dancers are scheduled to perform at the restaurant night club each night from 9 pm to 1 pm according to Mrs Whittington Tne manager said she knows of no Carbondale ordinance that prohibits topless gogo dancing in places of entertain ment in the city Diana Laura Superintendent Joseph Cronin to head Illinois school system Jowpb Cronin Chicago AP Joseph M Cronin was named Saturday as Illinois Superintendent of Schools by the state Board of Education a board member said Cronin currently secretary of educational affairs in Massachusetts was chosen on a lll vote with one abstention said Charles Long vice chairman of the board The post the top education position in the state will pay an annual salary of The appointment is effective Jan 13 1975 and Cronin has a year contract Long said Long said the board debated for about 2 hours Saturday before deciding on Cronin over I Carl Candoli the only other candidate still seriously under consideration It certainly was a very difficult decision said Long adding but the board feels hes the man for the Job Cronin 39 was chosen AP Wirophoto Long laid for nil backgnxad his work at the state level and to me personally and I think for the rest of the board also the fact that hes had classroom experience and the doctorate degree We feel hes the man wed like to see as our first superintendent Long said that Cronin Is delighted looks forward to the challenge of working with the new state board and looks forward to the challenges of education in Illinois A cabinet member of out going Republican Gov Francis W Sargent Cronin holds bachelor and masters degrees from Harvard University and a doctorate from Stanford University After serving as a junior high school principal in Rockville Md He became associate dean of the Harvard Graduate School of Education then took his current job In 1971 present salary ii While at Harvard Cronin tutnond Mport for administrative reorganization of the Boston public school system A pro posal patterned after his report was voted down this month by Boston voters Candoli 48 is superintendent of schools in Lansing Mich and a native of Mishawaka Ind He holds a doctorate In educational administration and sociology from Michigan State and previously worked as a deputy superintendent for a Highland Park Mich school district and was a professor at Ohio State University Michael J Bakalis outgoing superintendent last week withdrew from consideration for the newappointive job Bakalis was elected to the position in 1970 but the 1970 Illinois Constitution changed the post from an elective to an appointment one starting in 1975 Bakalis earns an nually a spokesman for tupednUodcoti office wid tries on Fords wolfskin parki AP Norge workers vote no 31 on companys offer By Barb Leebens Of The Southern Ulinoisan Striking employes at the Norge Co in Herrin voted 3 to 1 Saturday to continue their strike by turning down an offer from the company The proposal was rejected with 711 votes against the new contract and 256 for it There were seven spoiled votes Saturdays vote was the third during the current contract ne gotiations On Oct 12 union employes voted 940 to 100 to reject a final company contract proposal Then in a separate vote the same day employes voted 884 to 133 in favor of strike In an effort to settle the strike now in its 41st day the company and the union will call in Ed Richards of the Fed eral Mediation and Conciliation Service in Evansville Ind ac cording to Harold Williams the unions business agent He de clined other comment Employes at me plant are members of the International Association of Machinists Lodge 554 The union refused Saturday to release any information about the Norge offer except for the vote Only members of the union were allowed to enter the meeting at South Side School However a copy of the com panys proposal was obtained at the school following the meeting Among points in the proposal were pay increase for nonin centive workers of 22 cents an hour the first year 17 the se cond and third years pay raise for incentive workers of 13 cents for the first year and 11 for the se cond and third earning opportunity for incentive workers of 35 per cent rather than 30 per cent increase in the down time rate from 20 to 25 per cent increase in pension bene fits from to the first year the second and to S525 the third raise in benefits of acci dent and sickness insurance from to per week dur ing the first and second yean and to during the third year cost of living increase of 7 cents an hour the first year and up to 10 cents an hour during the second and third increase of 10 days for illness layoff absence due to death for the purpose of quali fying for holiday pay change allowing employ es with four weeks vacation to take three of the weeks con secutively Numerous union member standing outside of the school during the hour of balloting complained that the proposal contained several no change articles Company officials could not be reached Saturday Gunmen hold Palestinians kill one hostage inside commondeered plane Tunis Tunisia AP Palestinian gunmen executed a German hostage and later released 13 of their captives Saturday but continued to hold 27 others In a comandeered British jetliner The gunmen freed 11 women n man and a child in two stages All of them emerged from a door in the cockpit sec tion of the aircraft descended on a ladder which had been placed against the plane and were quickly escorted into the terminal L After the first seven hostages were freed Tunisian Interior Minister Taher Balkohodja told reporters negotiations with the hijackers were proceeding actively and the drama seemed near to being resolv ed Some of the freed hostages said the guerrillas generally treated them well and one said they even brought us cold water when it got too hot They said the sudden murder COLDER of German banker Werner Gustav Kehl earlier in the day came as acomplete surprise They took him to the first class compartment and left him mere alone for a while said Hilda Henry of Dundee Scotland Then they marched him through the plane to the rear door We heard a shot and the man did not come back That was how we knew he must have been shot Tunisian officials have said they were dealing with three hijackers but several of the freed hostages said there wart actually four one a passenger who was on board when the other three com andeered the plane in Dubai Thursday Hundreds of horrified spec tators watched from the terminal building when Kehl a 43yearold father of three maVched to the back door of the plane and shot in the back He fell 12 feet onto the tennac and 10 minutes later was rush ed away to a hospital where he was pronounced dead on ar rivl Inside today Cloudy windy and much colder with 40 per cent chance of rain today Highs in the lower or mid 40s Partial clear tog and colder tonight with lows 25 to 30 Monday partly gunny with high in the lower or middle 40s North to north 12 to 23 mpb today LEISURE TIME hobbies keep many residents happy at home but Sue Spaeth finds she is hooked on an avoca tion that takes her skyward Photos by Ed Greer and Butch Nevious on pages 8A and 9A THANKSGIVING MINI FEAST introduces squash to several firstgraders at Davie Grade School in Anna Story by Wanda Barras and pictures by Butch Nevious on page 21 LIEUTENANT GOVERNORS in Illinois Dave Felts takes a look at the political history of the states Number Two Man on Page 29 SIU CLOSES first Doug Wea ver football season 29 11 OHIO STATE wins when lata Michigan field goal falls Pagt JACK BLICKENSDERFER Big winner with a long name P326 12 TOP 55 AREA PREP football players as picked by the South ern Illinois Coaches Associa tion Pages 1314 INDEX Ann Landers Bridge Business Byline BG Classified Crossword Editorials Family Living Financa Records 5A SI 31 2 iA M 2121 J3M I 11H Talavislon 11AUA Wwrnw datalli map I   

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