Cedar Rapids Gazette, September 23, 1974, Page 3

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September 23, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - September 23, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Tint Cedar Rapids Gazette: Hon., Sept. 23, 197 U.S. Will Use Defense Act To Avoid Pipeline Delays WASHINGTON fed-1 While most of 'the malcria eral law will be invoked to gi' contractors top priority in o tabling materials and suppli for construction of the 800-nu Alaska (pipeline, the governme said Monday. Federal Energy Administrati Sawliill said the Defense Produ lion Act was being used to avo, construction delays for the pro cct. The law iallows Ithe goven ment to give precedence in pn viding material for project which promote the national fense'. The 'special priority NvLlI las until June Completion o the Alaska pipeline is now se for late 1977.! A delay of as little as one month in obtaining material could set back (construction up to a year because extreme cold in the area limits deli- veries to certain periods, Saw- hill said in a joint statement with Gen. Leslie Bray of the General Services Administra- tion. The decision to invoke the De feiise Production Act was based on views expressed by congres in [passing the 1973 Trans-Alaska Pipeline Act and on a Irecen finding that in lany !war-relater comment. White House Press ecretary Hon Nessen said he ad no knowledge of the em- argo on the gifts but a GSA wkesman confirmed that the fts were being detained. The spokesman said the con- iners, which include gifts to 75 Deserters Begin Amnesty Processing e Nixons from foreign leaders id dignataries, are being held Washington pending formal lease by the White House. The spokesman said the con- ainers hold "literally all kinds things, ranging from pothold- s to valuable jewels." Crime el ley Blames On Bail, Sentencing C A M P ATTERBURY, Im IAP) A military charte light brings 75 military sertera lo this one-time arm >asie training camp Monday 1 >egin processing under Pros dent Ford's conditional an: icsty plan. Atterbury is to be the centra processing point for military dc erters seeking amnesty. 01 iciala said another 18 are Benjamin Harrison, abou 0 miles north in Indianapolis the first 27 men to tun hemselves in already hav icen processed. T here was no indicatiot vhere the charter flight was riginating, or where the de erters had been collected. Miistering-Out The camp, quarters for ecruits during World war II nd the Korean conflict and a muslcring-oul facility for about after AVorld war II, can process 150 men daily. Its WASHINGTON (AP) Rising 'ime stems in part from cur :nt bail procedures, use of con urrent sentences and "unrea liable plea bargaining" tha lows hard-core criminals to main free, FBI Director Kel- y says. In a speech prepared for deli- :ry Monday to the annual con intion of the Internationa] ssn. of Chiefs of Police, Kelley id that when crime soars, law forcemeat personnel "often ust unfairly bear the brunt of itlclsm." Mariner Shoots Mercury Photos PASADENA, Calif. (AP) Tlie Mariner 10 space explorer raced away Sunday after' a sec- ond look 'at Mercury and beam- ed back final pictures of the lifeless, sun-scorched planet. The repeat visit showed noth- ing astronomers immediately considered new, but one promi- nent researcher said, "I saw things that don't look exactly like what we saw before." Meanwhile, Saturday's p i c- tures of the ancient and rugged surface were being studied by scientists to sec how Mercury and other planets including earth may have been born. Meredith March V1CKSBURG, Miss. (AP) James Meredith, Who is trying to qualify as independent candi- date for congress, lias complet- ed a 50-mile, overnight hike from Jackson lo Vicksburg lo promote voter registration. (Ccdur- Co. ,ina nuDllsned dolly and Sunday at 500 Third ave. SE, Cedor Raolds, lawn 52406. Second class postage paid at Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Subscription rates bv carrier 95 cents o. week. By mall: Night Edition ond Sunday ft Issues M.7S a month, 139.00 d year: At- S3.85 o month, 140.00 a year. Other states nnd U.S. territories 140.00 o year. ND Moil Subscriptions accepted In areas having Repeaters He said law enforcement's oblcms are compounded by, Police Disband Anti-Bus Crowd BOSTON Police broke up a crowd of about 300 anli- busing demonstrators who marched from the Charlestown section toward South Boston Monday as schools opened for the second lull week of court- ordered integration. Police moved in on the march- ers at Haymarkct square near downtown Boston and pushed them back across a bridge over the Charles river to Charles- town. Earlier, Si spokesman for May- or Kevin White said three pupils were arresteri on charges of dis- orderly conduct at Day square in East Boston. Circumstances of the arrests were unclear, but a spokesman said they were connected with school integra- tion. The mayor's spokesman said schools throughout the city'open- ed quietly this morning. Charlestown, the North End and East Boston are white neighborhoods of Boston thai lave been virtually unaffected so far by busing intended to in- tegrate the city's schools. among other things, those whc are repeaters and youthful of fenders. Kelley said FBI stalls tics show that repeaters commi about two-thirds of all crimina acts. "It means that in America today there is a corps of har dened, experienced criminal, who have been arrested tiim. after time and they keep on committing crimes." He said part of the reason they keep repeating crimes is because of current bail proce dures that allows the repeater Lo receive the same consider ations as the first offender. "Hence, the veteran, har- lened criminal, given easy bail becomes free to commit addi- tional crimes and he Kelley said. He said the problem is aggra- vated by the wholesale use of concurrent sentences and unrea- sonable plea bargaining. Same Result "The abuse of these I wo legal irocesses produces the same More recidivists arc al- owed to roam the streets. These two factors are beyond exclusively to use tor republlcotlon nil the locct newi printed In this ncw paper as well as all AP news dispatcher i1.! Record Pay for Auto Workers DETROIT (UPI) The sixth 5ay increase of !the year boosted :he average hourly wage of WO.OOO workers Monday to he highest earnings ever for )lue collar workers anywhere. General Motors Corp., the giant 'of the industry, said the average hourly pay of its employes wenl up to ic figure does not include an average S3 an hour in fringe benefits ranging from pension the control of law enforce- he said. As for juvenile offenders, Kel- ley said that about 75 percent of the persons arrested for crimes are under the age of 25. He said the answer to the problem to a large extent lies with schools, home life, churches and social agencies. Kelley said law enforcement can do little to end ghettos and poverty, and wrongdoing "seems to be closely related to contemporary cultural trends which can shape, distort, or redefine attitudes toward the law." He said that if youthful of- fenders can be diverted from crime, positive juvenile pro- grams of a major magnitude must be instituted. Kelley also said if crime is lo go down, law enforcement of- ficials must create citizen con- con- fidence. In addition, Kelley urged em- phasizing quality instead of quantity to get belter investiga- tive results along with a need for more pioneer work in pre- venlive security programs. Report Shooting Victim Planned Rome Massacre BEIRUT (AP) A man as- sassinated in Beirut 11 days igo was the Palestinian guerilla who masterminded the Rome airport massacre last Decem- 3er, Arab papers reported Mon- day. They said he was killed by secret arm of Al Fatah, the i g g e s t Palestinian guerilla roup. Arab papers in Beirut said he victim was Ahmed Abdel hafour, 42, whose code name was Abu Mohmoud. They said lie headed a breakaway faction of Al Fatah, Ihe guerilla organi- zation headed by Yasir Arafat. The reports said Ghafour's followers had released state- ments in Bagdad and Kuwait charging Al Fatah with gunning Ghafour down Sept. 12 after a car chase through Beirut's largest residential quarter. Al Fatali spokesmen in Bei- rut refused to comment on the reports. Ghafour's men killed 31 per- sons when they fire-bombed a Pan American World Airways jetliner at the Rome airport in December and then hijacked a Lufthansa plane to Athens and Kuwait. They surrendered in Kuwait. Arafat publicly vowed to pun- ish the hijackers, but the news- paper accounts said that was not the chief motive for Gha- four's death. The Kuwait news- paper As Siyassa said Ghafour had been trying to arrange a congress in Kuwait in an at- .empt lo oust Arafat -from the leadership of the guerilla move- ment. present capacity is about 5.GHK men. Although Ihe deserters wil not be incarcerated, some 40 military policemen have beei sent here from Fort Knox, Ky Officials said the men will be free to come and go as theli schedules permit. The deserters will be hustlcc through about four days of pro c e s s i n g Records will be checked to make sure they're eligible for the program. Thci Ihey will receive physical exam .nations and legal counseling financial records also w checked lo determine whethei hey are due back pay. Before leaving here, partici- pants must sign a loyalty oatli md will be issued undesirable lischarges. After two years of alternative service, the dis- 'harges may be changed to clemency discharges. After military processing, the loint Alternative Service Board it Fort Harrison probably will lave decided how much alterna- ive service musl be completed or the deserter to earn a "cle- mency discharge." Officials aid the alternative service is ot required and the individual nay elect to take the undesira- le discharge and leave. Return to Duty? Some deserters may be al- wed to return to active duly, ut must enter at the lowest ank and agree to serve for two ears. To be eligible, one must ave served in Southeast Asia nd have received a decoration. In other amnesty develop- lents, black leaders Roy Wil- ins and the Rev. Jesse Jackson roposcd on Sunday that other eterans with less than honor ble discharges be included in Lawyer Predicts More Surprises Lurk in Tapes CHICACiO (At1) Chicag attorney Albert Jcnner, forme iiinority counsel to the housi udiciary committee, says then ire more "supriscs" OH Water ;ate tapes not yet made public Jcnner, interviewed on a Chi :ago radio program on Sunday laid no new persons were iir ilicaled in the burglary 01 jover-up in (he tapes, hut there vill be new revelations Tor both he public and defense counse the Watergate cover-up trial Jcnner said Special Prosecu or Leon Jaworski has White touse tapes which Ihe impeach nent committee never received 'he tapes were obtaind aftei :ie supreme court ruled thej vere not protected by executive rivilege, he said. Portions of the tapes contain vidence damaging to defendants, Jcnner added. Jenner also said he disap- roved of President Ford's par- oning of former President Nix- before Nixon had acknowl- dged his guilt. Jcnner said Nix- n's attorney probably won the reatest plea bargaining victory history and that Ford anc ic country got nothing in ex- hange. Ford Courts New Sporf WASHINGTON Presi- ient Ford says he's taken up a new sport: tennis. "You can't work all (he Ford said Sunday eve- ning in disclosing lhat he had ilayed tennis on Saturday on he White House courts. Ford, who played hours of golf on Sunday, said he and his :hief of slaff, Alexander Haig, lad teamed up in the tennis natch to play Dr. William Luk- ash, the While House physician, md Dave Hume Kennerly, the Vliile House photographer. Ford wields his tennis racket and his golf clubs in his right land, though he writes with his eft hand. le clemency program. Speaking on ABC's "Issues nd Jackson labeled le program "a middle-class while "Wilkins oted that "more than lacks have less than honorable ischarges." Also on Sunday, the latcsl allup Poll reported that 59 per- ent of a nationwide sample ol 583 adults surveyed the week c f o r e President Ford an ounced his program agreed lat conditional amnesty was ic best way to deal with Viet- am war draft-evaders and de- erters. Thirty-four percent fa- ored amnesty without condi- tions and 7 percent had no opin- ion. Among the supporters of con- ditional amnesty, the Gallup poll said 78 percent replied that military or alternative service should be required. William Rogers Gefs South Korean Award SEOUL (AP) William Rog- ers, the former U.S. secretary if stale, received Monday one of he highest South Korean dec- irations given to foreigners. President Chung Hee Park jresented the Order of Dilpoma- ic Service Merit, First Class, o Rogers when the American ailed on him. The honor was in ecognition of Rogers' contriDu- ion [to close relations between U.S. and South Korea. Advertisement Advertisement conlributions to a prepaid denial j 'care program effeclive Ocl. 1. j What Do Many Doctors Use WhenThey Suffer Pain And Itch GOP Unit Asks Rocky Rejection SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) The California "Republican Assembly -IRS urged the senate to reject he nomination of Nelson Rocke- 'eller for vice-president. During a weekend policy meet- ig here, the conservative volun- teer organization passed a reso- lution saying President Ford had chosen a vice-presidential nomi- nee who "has been denied high office by the voting Republicans of our nation ihree separale times." The reference was to unsuc- cessful presidential bids by the former New York governor. iirline Stalls Strike; Resumes Air Service DALLAS Inter, ational airline resumed opera- ons early Monday following greement lo let a fact-finding oard try io settle issues in a ontract dispute that led to a i-hour strike by pilots. Agreement came 'on Sunday elween representatives of the ir Line Pilots Assn. and the airline, which is headquartered here. Pope Paul Backs Bishop Authority VATICAN CITY Paul VI, responding to militants within his church who question the authority of the Roman Cath- olic hierarchy, said Sunday lhat all Catholics must obey Iheir bishops. At a mass concelcbrated with 70 U.S. bishops under Hie Mich- elangelo ceiling of the Sistine chapel, the Pope, who will be 77 later this month, said it was clear from the New Testament lhat Ihc ministry was endowed with "power." He defined that power as "Ihe capacity to act and to require the is loving obedience of those to whom this word is directed." This, he said, was the concept of "pas- !ors and flock." "Is the church going to be governed by the faithful, to the service of whom the are he asked. "No, we know it well: The bishops are constituted by the Holy Spirit to shepherd the church of God." Tanaka Dream HAMILTON, Bermuda (UPI) Prime Minister Tanaka of Japan fulfilled an old dream Sunday by playing golf in Ber- muda, then conferred with Sir Edwin Leather, the governor of this British colonial resort is- land in a rest slop enroule Two Named to Kane Committee E. 'F. Kane, Democratic can- didate for Linn county recorder, has announced appoinlments to his campaign commiltee. Dave Hennessey. 29G5 Twenty- sixth avenue, Marion, will serve as campaign chairman. W. E. Stroope, 354 Tenth street, will be (he finance chairman. Best-Selling Novelist Jacqueline Susann Dies NEW YOHK (AIM "1 no Intention of aging graceful Jacqueline' Susann wrote 1962. "1 will go out kicking screaming, fighting tin1 eternal youth." At the lime, Miss Susann, n Ihe midst of a career as a stage and television actress, alrcadj knew she had cancer. But she went on to make a for- tune with her lusty novels, "Val- ley of .the "The1 lave Machine....." Enough." sold 17 million copies and woi her a place in Ihe Guiness Book of Records. Saturday, night, at 5li, Jacque- line Susaiin died at Doctors hos- pital, where she had been a pa- lient for seven weeks. "Pneumonia" Until recently, only her hus- band and "Once Is Nol 'Valley of the Dolls' movie field, of producer and two years, television- Irving Mans- closc womer friends knew of her illness, 01 :hat the "pneumonia" and othci ailments she had suffered in recent years were a recurrence of cancer. Even her son. Guy. and her mother, Mrs. Rose Susann of Philadelphia, were unaware of he seriousness of her illness. Miss Susann's long-time publi- cist, Esther Margolis, said on Sunday that the authoress had a partial mastectomy (breast sur- jery) on Christmas day, 1962, and the disease was in remis- sion for many years. When she became ill again nore than two years ago, it was discovered that the disease had spread to her lungs. At the end. t had affected many parts of Ihc body. Miss Susann saw "Valley of :he Dolls" and "The Love Ma- chine" made into movies thai also became with he film version of "Once is Not Enough" scheduled for release icxl spring. Aspiring Actress She came to New York from ;r native Philadelphia ar Sets Up Nixon "Justice Fund" JERUSALEM (AP) Rabbi Baruch Korff. a supporter of ormer President Nixon, says resident Nixon, say he's eslab- isliing an international "Nixon usticc Korff, who a commit- ee to defend Nixon while he as still in the White House, aid the fund would help pay Nixon's legal fees. The rabbi, who is in Jorusa- em for the Jewish New Year, aid on Sunday he had talked to feon by telephone last week aid the former President said was hard for him to accept 'resident Kurd's pardon. "The only difficulty is for an inocent man to accept a par- Korff said Nixon lold him. Autumn Begins With Equinox WASHINGTON (UPI) Mon-i day was the first day of autumn for those of us who live in the! Northern Hemisphere. It began officially at a.m. CDT when Ihe sun was directly' over the equator on the bound-j ary o[ Ugunda and Zaire in! Africa. This is known to astron- omers as Autumnal Equinox. [the time when nightime is equal; llo daytime. j aspiring adress. She appeared in n plays, including "Banjo Kyi's." "Jackpot" and I ho road companies of "The Animal Kingdom" and "Watch on the Rhine" before turning to televi- sion as a dramatic actress, game show panelist and mistress of ceremonies on Inter- view programs. Although she was best known for her sexy novels about sonie- times-thinly-disguised cliarac- from show business and the lers jet set, Miss Susann's own fa- vorite work was a piece of non- fiction "Every Night, Jose- She described it as the story of her life with Mansfield and'Josephine, "Hie poodle who owned us." But "Valley of the Love Machine" and "Once Is Not Enough" made her the first novelist in history to have three consecutive No. -1 bestsellers. Mrs. Margolis said sann, though iold obviously ailing, associates nothing about her fight against cancer until last June 9. The publicist i______ said she and Bantam' publisher Oscar Dyslel were invited to dinner with the authoress in Hollywood and Miss Susann told them she had jeen undergoing drug and radi- ation treatments since 1972. Mansfield said his wife last spoke to him three days ago, when she came out of a coma, saw him beside her and said, let's get the hell out of Work To Begin On President's Swimming Pool WASHINGTON (AP) Con- struction 'of 'a new White House swimming pool is scheduled to start about Oct. 1 so it can be completed for President Ford lo use by the end of the year. Presidential counsel William lassclman, who is helping with Ihe project, said the pool will cost an estimated which will be paid for by a public fund-raising drive. But instead of waiting until :he money is raised, the project ,vill be started with money from T commercial loan or some oth- er temporary financial arrangc- ncnt. The National Park Service, which is in charge of keeping ap the White House grounds, is naking 'the final decisions on he plans lor the pool, which will be located just behind the Oval Office where he dog kennels have been lo- calcd. The site is on the west side of the south lawn of the White House. Ever since Ford moved out of us Alexandria, Va., home, vhcre he liked to exercise daily n backyard swimming pool, here has been growing scnli- nent for getting a swimming ool ;it Ihe White Mouse again. DALE CARNEGIE COURSE. 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