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Southern Illinoisan (Newspaper) - December 15, 1974, Carbondale, Illinois PUBLICATION OFFICI 710 N Illlnell 1113 Walnut 212 N Iffli Murphysboro Htrrln Volume 8JNo 30230e a Copy Five Cotnlei Family Weekly Sunday Mag ern Mnoiscin lit FIM Press Hirrln Dally Journil MurpHysboro IndipMdmt SUNDAY DECEMBER IS W4 CarbofldaleHerrlnMurphysbore Ford tells France cooperation can halt oil price rise Fort De France Martinique AP Pressing to break a US French impasse on world energy policy President Ford told French President Valery Giscard dEstaing Saturday night that cooperation and solidarity among consumer is the best way to blunt rising oil prices Exchanging toasts at a formal dinner the French president in turn indicated a willingness to work out a joint approach to key issues declaring it is by concert that we will arrive at a solution to the problem of rising petroleum prices Ford arrived on this Carribean Island earlier Saturday for two days of talks with Giscard dEstaing During the flight from Washington a senior ad viser told newsmen the Presi dent is ready to reach a com promise with France on world energy policy Details Remain Details of an energy agree ment remain to be worked out but the senior official said the move could lead to a major in Tries fo cure impasse on world energy policy ternational conference next summer between oil consuming and oil producing nations The official who declined to be named indicated that under the proposed compromise the United States would ease its pressure for France to join the USsponsored International Energy Agency while France would soften its insistence for a quick conference between the oil consuming and oil producing nations In toasting Giscard dEsta ing Ford declared Unilateral measures can no longer suffice in solving problems of such universal dimension as the problem of energy and petroleum If we are to transcend our difficulties and successfully meet our challenges we seek constructive dialogue not con frontation Ford said The United States is convinced that cooperation and solidarity among the consuming nations marks the surest way to reach understanding with the pro ducer nations which we all desire The United States has op posed a conference of petroleum users and producers as has been urged by France unless careful preparations are first made to insure the consuming nations will present a unified bargaining posi tion Signals Readiness Giscard dEstaing in his din ner remarks signaled a readiness to go along with such preparations The purpose of harmonizing the positions on energy is to prepare for the meeting at the same table and at a fixed date of countries willing to reconcile their respective points of view in the interest of world peace he said Earlier a US official said We wont go to an unprepared conference If consuming na tions sought to negotiate with producers without first reaching a unified position you would have chaos he added Giscard dEstaings com ments on energy came after he a sharp warning that menacing situation still ex ists in the Middle East A durable peace there mus1 take into account not only tht right of Israelis to live safely within secure and recognized boundaries he said but also those of the Arab states to recover their territorial in tegrity and those of the Palestinian people to have a homeland like everyone else The blacktie dinner featured a blend of French and Carri bean dishes and was attended by two dozen US and French officials Ford who is staying at a hotel across the bay from this capital was whisked to the dinner aboard a motor launch piloted by French sailors Blacks whites march together in Boston solidarity parade c New York Times Boston Chanting We say we say no to racism an estimated 15000 to 20000 of blacks and marched together through the streets of downtown Boston Saturday to protest the turmoil that has accompanied courtordered bus ing for school desegregation hare There was one brief club swinging clash with the police as marchers attempted to push past barricades down a shopp ing street but generally the inarch was peaceful The march called by an ad hoc coalition of civil rights liberal and leftwing groups was billed as a march against racism to protest the stoning of buses and the actions of Boston School Committee in maintaining what the demonstrators called a segregated school system We say no fo racism1 The bright green march flags mingled with the banners of various organizations hospital workers tenants unions the IndoChina Peace Campaign Winter Soldier the antiwar veterans gay activists the Boston Socialist Feminist They came from across the country but there were few people from Bostons white neighborhoods The brief clash with the police came shortly after 2 pm as the front line of marchers attempted to march toward the Boston Common on Boylston Street a main shopp ing street whose merchants were awaiting Christmas shoppers Clubswinging police and shouting demonstrators swirled about the intersection A white youth was knocked to the pavement blood streaming from his head There were six arrests and several other in juries After the police had cleared the intersection march leaders formed their own line and swung the demonstration along the approved route The crowd began assemoling on a gray chilly drizzly day at the Roberto Clemente ball part in the Fenway section of the city They were to march downtown to the Common where the throng was to be addressed by the Rev Ralph D Abernathy head of the Southern Christian Leadership Council and other civil rights leaders The demonstrators from Baltimore New York and other sections of the country including a Chicago group marching under the banner of Fred Hampton Contingent named for the Black Panther slain in a police raid arrived here Friday and Saturday morning Friday night a teachin against racism addressed by Julian Bond the Georgia state legislator and others drew about a thousand people to s Havard Business School auditorium A similar teachin at Boston University however was canceled when only four students showed up An antibusing demonstration is planned for Sunday Inside CRASH ZAP POW Comic book sales in Southern Illinois are on the increase readers are getting older Sue Spaeth has the story in the Sunday Magazine Page 1A CHRISTMAS DOESNT have to be expensive to be fun Kathie Pratt Butch Nev ious show how to make some personal gifts Page 25 CIGARETTES 15 cents a pack Thats the price of those made by inmates at Menard DeMaris Berry tells why Page 9A of the Sunday Mag azine SIUC ponders national rat ing in basketball Sport Talk Page 13 CENTRALIA retains South Seven lead Page 14 CARBONDALE beats Herrin Murphysboro also wins Page 14 Index Ann 38 Byline Family Sports 2A16A Weather 5 French President Giscard dEstaing left and President Gerald Ford inspect troops in Martinique AP wirepheto Senate dilutes antibusing measure Washington AP The1 Senate voted Saturday to water down a measure sought by foes of school busing as it tried to clear the bills that must be passed before Congress can adjourn The provision curbing the governments power to halt school desegregation is an amendment to an billion supplemental money bill much of it for the nations schools It also includes money for hous ing programs On successive votes of 56 and 27 and 55 to 27 the Senate broke a parliamentary logjam and sent the bill back to the House which had voted twice for the curb However an effort to force final action on a measure ex tending the ExportImport Bank failed on a 4935 vote that fell 7 short of the twothirds A new attempt will be made Monday The school and housing money bill is one of four re maining appropriations bills that must be passed before the 93rd Congress comes to an end probably late next week Others include foreign aid military construction and agriculture department funds With differences in the massive trade bill expected to be resolved in conference after its 774 Senate approval Friday night the Senate turned its at tention to the supplemental COLDER money bill and other measures By voice vote the Senate ent to the White House a billion military construction measure that delays until next year a final decision on the Navys plans for an expanded base on the Britishowned island of Diego Garcia in the Indian Ocean The move clears the way for action next week on the bill containing actual military constructioin funds Leaders however put off until to last Monday a final vote on the compromise measure to protect the en vironment from strip mining which President Ford plans to veto Elliott Richardson AP wirephoto Richardson fo Britain Showers today possibly changing briefly tosnow be fore ending by evening Windy and turningcolder High today in lower 40s Mostly cloudy and colder tonight and Monday Low tonight in the 20s High Monday in the 30s Fort DeFrance AP President Ford will soon nominate former attorney general Elliot Richardson to be US ambassador to Great Bri tain high ranking officials said Saturday Martinique Confirming published reports of the impending nomination one official said Ford was very enthusiastic about it and that Secretary of State Henry A Kissinger had recommended themove Richardson resigned as at torney general 14 months ago rather than follow thenpresi dent Richard M Nixons orders to fire Watergate prosecutor Archibald Cox Richardson agreed to accept the ambassadorial post an of ficial source said Israeli forces kill four Arab gunmen fmm uositions five The next day 1st Walter Lippmann Walter Lippmann Pulitzer Prixewlnning columnist died Saturday In New York at age 15 Lippmann who hid ailing and confined to a wheel writers of his tme chair was considered one o story Page 12 the most influential political AP Wirephoto c New York Times News Service And Associated Press Tel Aviv Israel forces Saturday killed four Arab gunmen and ap parently thwarted a Palestinian Liberation Organization plot to liberate Archbishop Hilario Capucci the GreekCatholic prelate in Jerusalem sentenced Related to 12 years imprisonment this week for gun running The Israelis lost a sergeant of fea border police and Bedouin tracker injured in the running engagement in the Galilean hills The Arabs who wore civilian clothes were in possession of PLO leaflets demanding the release of 10 prisoners held by the Israelis including the Archbishop It was assumed they had planned to seize Israeli hostages and barter for the release of the prisoners A series of such attempts have been made by Arabs this year did not tucceed in freeing any prisoners but ap proximately 50 Israeli hostages have been killed The infiltrators apparently came from Lebanon A unit of the border police detected them at AM and opened fire The Arabs took up positions on a rocky hillside covered with brush and engag ed the Israelis According to reports the Israelis closed in gradually and in the final moments of the engagement ft two exchanged grenads from positions five yards apart At The Israelis stormed the hillside and found the bodies It was the latestjsscalaticn in ArabIsraeli violence touched off Tuesday when suspected Israeli agents rocketed guer rilla offices in Beirutcausing heavy damage and slightly wounding five persons On Wednesday night a ter rorist set off grenades in a Tel Aviv movie theater killing himself and two other persons The next day Israeli jets blasted a suspected Palestinian terrorist camp on the edge of Beirut killing a Palestinian woman and wounding 20 other persons On Friday Egypt issued tough new conditions for a Middle East peace settlement demanding that Israel limit its population for 50 years and eventually compensate the Palestinians for damage in curred over the past 20 years Israeli officials were astounded by the demanda
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