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   Lawrence Journal World (Newspaper) - January 13, 1971, Lawrence, Kansas                                WORLD VOL 11 WEDNESDAY JANUARY 10 CENTS FORTY PAGES Shultz Plans To Be Heard As Top Aide By LEW FERGUSON TOPEKA AP Reynolds Shultz readied a news release talked of influencing legislation and I plan to be Nobody expected Kansas new Republican Lieutenant Gover nor to be any Shultz was vocal during the six legislative sessions he served in the and he said in an interview he doesnt plan to keep quiet now that hes most ly a Senate Im going to take as active a part as I the Lawrence Priest Named In Conspiracy On Kissinger WASHINGTON AP A fed eral grand jury has named the Philip the im prisoned antiwar as mas of a bizarre plot to blow up heating ducts in government and whisk away presi adviser Henry Kissin The returned in against Berrigan and five oth alleged that President Nixons adviser on national security was to be kidnaped one day after the conspirators planned to set off explosives in heat tunnels con necting federal buildings in The date of the explosions was set by the grand jury as Wash ingtons The plot outlined in the indict ment closely resembles a scena rio sketched for a Senate sub committee by FBI Director Edgar Hoover last Berrigan and his brother Dan Hoover were part of a group called the East Coast Conspiracy to Save Lives that planned to blow up underground wires and ducts and kidnap a highly placed government offi the plotters If would demand an end to bombing operations in Southeast Asia and the release of all politi cal prisoners as Hoo ver The indictment listed Daniel also a Catholic as a coconspirator but not as a farmer I didnt run for this office to keep I dont expect to sit in here and twiddle my As lieutenant Shultz serves as president of the Sen a gavel banging parlia mentary He no longer has a vote on but Shultz said that doesnt mean he will be entirely with out a I dont feel at all like Im out of the Shultz My relations with the senators has been and I think I can have some influence on some of the Im sure go ing to Shultz said he plans to issue news releases and hold news conferences to express his views from time to time on leg He views the 18yearold environmental welfare and reappor tionment as the big issues fac ing the 1971 How are we going to ac complish the 18yearold vote is a big Shultz Ive heard it estimated that a special election to submit a Con stitutional Amendment to the people would cost I think that will be enough to keep from having a special The cowboy bootwearing regarded by some as an also sees re apportionment as a thorny is sue because of the controversy wMch population figures to 1970 federal census or the State Agricultural De partments 1971 unlike many Republi can is not necessari ly opposed to Robert Dockings proposed state spend ing Last I had an amend ment that would have put the a spending We didnt have state under Shultz time to do a lot of research on It wouldnt have affected the federal but we didnt know it But I believe if youre going to have a lid on local units the property tax then theres no reason why we shouldnt have a lid on the Shultz views Dockings high lypublicized austere budget rec ommendations which have been prepared but not made If the governor submits a budget which provides just bare Shultz its very unlikely the state could continue to operate due to the inflationary In Kansas Senate No Big Issues Expected in 71 TOPEKA AP Democrat ic members of the Kansas Sen ate generally agree the 1971 session of the legislature will not be marked by the big issues like liquor and gambling as the past two sessions have Senate minority leader Harold D said he thought this session would be primarily concerned with find ing the money to fund existing Its not going to be easy to The state is facing decreas ing revenues because of the economic situation in the coun try and as a result it will not take in as much sales and in come tax Herd Asked if the spending lid Docking has proposed would be a solution to the states finan cial Herd the spending lid is a Weve always had a spend ing A spending lid is the ceiling legislature puts on state spending and we can raise or lower it any time we want This is a power the legislature has always he Jack DMun is one of the Democratic legislators drawing up the gov ernors spending He would not comment on the shape it is going to but said he did not think the governor would have the problems with the leg islature this year that he has had in the I dont see how the legisla ture can refute the mandate the people have Steineger Docking has been elected to his third term and think the legislature has learnec by now that his programs are the ones the people of Kansas want to see I dont see how they could refuse to pass his programs in view of the popular support hes received in the polls the last three elec Herd said there would also probably be some emotiona oratory about the unrest on col lege I think as a result of this we might see a move to have students pay a greater their said dont think it will get very far but if it does I think the state should guarantee loan funds fo the Complete funeral Rum seyB Funeral HIGH SCHOOL FINALS IN PROGRESS Jim looks over the drawing Alicia 1831 is giving so much thought to as they take their final exam in an art class at Lawrence High Finals at the school are being given this morning and Thursday The students will be off the afternoons of those days and all day Friday for their JournalWorld Photo Egypt Paper Says Peace Bid Offered By THE ASSOCIATED FRESS Egypt is proposing a three point Middle East peace plan calling for a Big Four peace ceepirig force under the an authoritative Cairo newspaper said Foreign Minister Mahmoud itiad had a telephone conversa tion Tuesday with Mohammed Egypts ambas and presumably asked him to pass the plan on to mediator Gunnar Al organ of the Arab Socialist Egypts only political said the plan also calls for the Se curity Council to meet before he current ceasefire expires 5 to draw up peace guide These would be based on the councils November 1967 resolu which called for Israeli withdrawal from the territory it occupied in the 1967 war and Arab recognition of secure joundaries for The third point in the he newspaper is total evacuation by Israel of the ter ritoryit t Israel presented its peace pro posals to Jarring last weekend when he visited and he relayed them to the Egyptian and Jordanian ambassa dors Monday and Tuesday after he returned to New The Israeli proposals have not been made but sources in Jerusalem said they covered the Palestine refugee fu ture economic relationships be tween Israel and the the ceasefire along the Suez and the possibility of demilita rized zones and prisoner of war But before the Israe lis discuss any of these the sources they want a declaration from Egypt that it is willing to sign a peace treaty setting up permanent bounda Arabs Violate Mideast Truce TEL AVIV AP Eight Egyptian warplanes flew over Israeli Army positions on the Suez Canal today in violation of he ceasefire on the the military command Two pairs of Sovietmade MIG21s overflew positions on the southern sector of the canal at noon while two more pairs of Sukhoi also of Soviet crossed in the southern a spokesman A complaint was lodged with the United Nations Truce Super vision he It was the fifth Israeli com plaint of Egyptian overflights since the cease fire took effect The spokesman did not indi cate whether the planes opened fire or were fired INDEX Classifieds Comics Deaths Editorial 4 Markets 3 Sports Television 5 Womens LOCAL FORECAST Little change in chilly weath Full page Auto insurance hard to get Call Gene Doane 821 ries for Israel and ending 22 years of The semiofficial Cairo news paper Al Ahram said that the Egyptian ambassador had asked Jarring to make the Is raeli proposals This was taken in Cairo to mean that Egypt found nothing new in Al Gomhouria said the Egyp tian peace plan calls on the Big Four United the Soviet Britain and shoulder their re sponsibility toward peace by participating in the proposed peacekeeping Al Gomhouria said the Egyp tian plan got total support in France and understanding in It said Britain had passed the proposals on to the United Russia Believed To Want Peace MOSCOW AP Averell Harriman came out of a Krem in meeting today saying he is till convinced the Russians want the Indochinese war He also said they helped in arranging the 1968 agreement to halt air at acks on North Harriman was President Lyn don Johnsons chief negotia or at the Paris peace He s now retired and is in Moscow on a private He made his remarks at a news conference after a meeting with Foreign Minister Andrei Harriman also said the Rus sians had helped settle the dis pute over the conference table at the They will help if the two sides in Vietnam are moving Year Ahead To Be Not Great A good but not a great is in store for the economy in according to Sheldon research officer and econ omist for the Kansas City Re serve The economic expert spoke at a general membership meeting of the Lawrence Chamber ol Commerce this afternoon at the Holiday Stahl said he sees the 1971 economy as an improvement ov er but It has to a better year than 1970 be cause it couldnt be much worse than 1970 Stahl lilso teache parttime at Kansas University HE FORECAST improvemen on the economic scene in th form of slightly improved bus ness a lower rate of in and strong areas in res idential consume spending for nondurable good and government par ticularly among state and loca he sees no improve ment during the coming year in the national unemployment situ which grew to pe cent at the end of Stahl was the speaker at the Chamber meeting which also See YEAR Page 2 Militant Jewish League Leader Jail Threats No Deterrent NEW YORK AP The head of the militant Jewish De ense League says jail threats will not deter his followers from a campaign of harassing Rus sian representatives here to pro test the conditions of Soviet In the latest six young JDL members trailed three persons as they left the Soviet mission to the United nations Tuesday and shouted in sults at They followed one man into a soda fountain and two women into a The shouting stopped when po lice Hours Rabbi Meir Ka founder and leader of the was arrested on a Crim inal Court bench warrant for failure to appear for a hearing on riot charges stemming from a 27 antiSoviet demonstra He was freed in Returning to the league head Kahane told his fol lowers that his arrest was just the start of a campaign to stop But he added If they think we are the kind of people whi will be scared off by jai then they dont knov the psyche of the mili tant The JDL has staged numerou antiSoviet demonstrations in New York and other mos recently to protest death sen tences given two Soviet Jews The sentences were later com Kahane has said the continue harassment is an effort to ge the Soviet Union to allow Jew to migrate to the direction of a general he The Russians would like to ee the war They said ur relations would improve if t did and they are probably Harriman was chief negotia or at the Paris talks from May when they opened to the hange in in anuary He is in Moscow to introduce Edmund a Dem cratic party presidential hope to high Soviet Mus ie is due here Asked if he would elaborate n the Soviet part in the bomb ng Harriman No I was working for the government at the time ind those talks are In Cambodia Less than two weeks Tass said Premier Alexi Ko sygin had stressed in a New Years interview with a Japa nese newspaper that the Soviet Union is ready to assist further attainment of a political settle ment in Other points made by Harri man during the news confer ence the United States and the Soviet Union want to see the fighting end and peace estab lished in the Middle also want an agree ment on the limitation of strate gic recommended pursuing the dialogue where possible with the but said there is no chance of a complete Troops Begin Drive on Trail SAIGON AP Spearheaded y 140 armored more than South Vietnamese andj Cambodian troops launched a drive from north and south to day to reopen Phnom Penhs lifeline to the South Viet n a m e s e headquarters an Only minor contact was re ported in the initial stages of the operation aimed at clearing Cambodias Highway which runs from the capital 115 miles southwest to the nations only deepwater Kompong The highway has been cut for nearly two months by North Vietnamese troops who control two passes through the Ele phant Pich 60 miles southwest of Phnom and Stung 25 miles farther Spokesmen said one force was moving south from the direction of Phnom while another was pushing north from Kom pong A South Vietnamese spokes man said North Vietnamese gunners early today slammed 24 mortar rounds into the camp of a marine battalion northeast of Pich Nil and wounded two ma A Cambodian spokesman re ported that Cambodian and North Vietnamese troops clashed in Trapeang and one Cambodian was The Cambodian Command claimed that ahe North Viet namese dragged away several dead and NO CHANGE FOR WEATHER There is not going to be a very great change in the weather for the next several days according to the fore cast issued today by the Na tional Weather Skies will remain mostly cloudy during the period and as a result temperatures will stay on the chilly The low this morning was 10 de There is not much chance of precipitation for the rest of the By Friday a slow but slight warming trend will set in and temperatures may rise to the 40s by On onetenth of an inch of snow was recorded of ficially in Hutto Case In Defense Ends Today AP Lawyers for Charles who is being courtmar tialed on charges of assault with intent to murder My Lai civil rested their case Attorneys for Tallu and the Army then argued the instructions the judge will give the sixmember jury before it begins deliberat ing Huttos Todays session recessed until 9 when lawyers will make their closing the judge will issue his instructions and the jury will begin its Before resting his Ed ward read the jury the oath of enlistment sworn by Hutto when he joined the Army in The oath said in part that a soldier swears to obey order of officers appointed over me ac cording to regulations of the Uniform Code of Military Jus Magill has contended through out the trial that Hutto entered the Vietnamese village of My Lai with no intention to murder but with the intention to follow Drug Traffic Business as Usua By JERRY SCHWARTZ JW Staff Writer Business will go on as This was not the Chancellor of Kansas University discuss ing the semester about to It in one of the longhaired denizens of River His sub ject drug traffic in The drug business in the city has become the subject of increasing public debate as Vern Miller begins his suc cessful campaign as the new Kansas Attorney pro missing to dry up an obvious drug supply in the What can be said about the drug traffic in Lawrence ALE THAT CAN be according to the young is that there are many young people in Lawrence using Whether Lawrence is a destination point or a clear ing house can not be easily You cant say where its coming from and you cant say where its going But who If Vern Miller comes in here and makes 30 they will be 30 of the most insignificant busts you can He wont touch the big dealers and business will go on as Millers reputation among the young people is that of a tough lawman but a poor He makes busts but he does a sloppy job of another longhaired young man THEY ADD THAT Miller has missed one of the biggest dope supplies in the state right in his own home county of Sedgwick where he was sheriff before election as at torney Threefourths of the dope in the state comes from the bearded young man And because of another youth the drug users and pushers of Sedgwick County are happy to see Miller divert his attention to One tall bearded youth con firmed Millers statement that some drug dealers and users are leaving Lawrence since the war on drugs was But another minimized the exodus by Theyre the ones who would have left no matter who was AT the young people there probably are no more than a handful of youths who have Of those who it is rumor more than overt action by the new attorney general that has them Rumors of big drug arrests turn up almost every And there are rumors that Miller already has had un dercover agents in One rumor has it that Millers agents already have made more than 40 drug buys in Lawrence and that many warrants will be issued But the young people are not seriously concerned about HES GOT HIS information sources and weve got one youth Hes got his longhairs and weve got our The River City freaks also point to political realities as a reason for a lack of great Miller has got no more legal money to work with than Kent Frizzell and thats where its The youths say that unless Miller has outside sources of revenue which they doubt he will not do any better job than Millers pre decessor as attorney Frizzell wasnt any dum one youth   

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