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Post Standard, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1981, Syracuse, New York II t J Pleasant Parks t With good weather expected for at least the first part- of the holi- day why not spend it at a county Page Bad Loans Cost Chase Manhattan the nation's third-largest commercial dismissed two veteran loan offi- cers last year and tightened its internal controls after discovering a million the bank said Thursday. Page B-5 I It's Islanders The New York Islanders won their second straight Stanley Cup on Thursday beating Minnesota 5-1. 0-1 Butcb Goring TAN 152ND YEAR VOL. NO. 249 N.Y. MAY 1981 Hot Today's weather would seem more fitting in although no complaints are Full Report on Page A-2. -High Today-80 Low Tonight 50 25 CENTS Si v V r f n i i f u fj i 'i r t i Senate OKs Tough Curbs Abortion on The Washington Post WASHINGTON The Republican Sen- ate rolled over its moderate leadership Thursday in a victory for conserva- tive Sen. Jesse approved the strongest anti-abortion provisions Congress ever has passed. Already approved by the the lan- guage would forbid federal funding for any abortion except where the mother's life is in danger. The Senate acted after also giving final congressional approval to a billion budget target for fiscal 1982 that hews almost exactly to President Reagan's pro- gram of tax and spending marking completion of the first phase of the battle of the budget. The 76-to-20 vote to approve the budget was expected. The abortion vote was not Republican leaders had hoped to set a pre- cedent for .stripping' money bills of .ex- controversial riders and confin- ing the explosive abortion issue to the more orderly process of authorizing com- mittees. But only minutes after Helms warned wavering members that their votes would be watched1' as an indication of their faithfulness to the anti-abortion the Senate voted 52 to 43 for a House-approved rider to an appro- priations bill that would permit Medicaid abortions only to save a woman's life. Current law permits Medicaid abor- tions lor poor women also in cases of in- cest and rape so long as the rape is re- ported within three days. The rider alternatively attacked as an example of '.'Cotton Mather and defended as a virtual commandment from ML Sinai was attached to a billion supplementary appropriations bill to operate the government through the end of the 1981 fiscal year on September 30. The Senate then went on to approve the huge money 95 to sending it on to conference with the House. But because the House has already ap- proved identical anti-abortion the strict new abortions restrictions are certain to become law for the next four as well as probable precedent for future legislation._ Although Senate Appropriations Cpm- on Page Inside Today. 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B ants Labeled me Mol WASHINGTON Senate invests gators described Teamsters interim Pres- ident Roy Lee Williams on Thursday as an crime who was groomed by mob bosses to take over the union and run it for their benefit Williams also was accused of sharing in the illicit skimming of Las Vegas casino cash. Williams could not be reached immedi- ately for comment He said last week that done talking about any of this so- called connection with organized In Las Teamsters spokesman Duke Zeiier declined to respond to the Senate allegations. Williams also is the target of a Justice Department investigation expected to yield an indictment in Qucago today. Gov- ernment prosecutors have scheduled a news conference there this morning to an- nounce grand jury action in the investiga- tion of comiptionL It could not be determined Thursday whether Williams would be named a de- fendant Tbe Senate Permanent Investigations after a three-year probe of ties to the crime syndicate which the FBI calls La Cosa Nostra and others call the Mafia. The committee recommendation is based on the federal law applying to union fiduciaries those entrusted with union members' money. The law holds those of- ficials accountable for their management of the money. The report no ted that Williams cited the Fifth Amendment protection against self- incrimination in refusing to answer the committee's questions at a hearing last August 'The Labor Department and the federal courts should give Roy Lee Williams an- other opportunity to answer questions about his conduct as a the re- port said. his not ade- the Labor .Department should peti- tion the federal court seeking'the removal of Roy Lee Williams from his fiduciary At the Labor spokesman Dem Smyth said that Donovan has not received a copy of the report from the subcommittee. Until we receive the report and have time to study the department will have no com- As evidence of Mafia the subcommittee cited Justice Department papers seized in an FBI search of two mobsters' homes in and state- ments made to staff investigators by the son of a murdered mobster. government which has been authenticated by the Department of identified Roy Lee Williams as being controlled by Kansas City's reputed mob Nicholas the report said. According to the the 1971 memo said Williams under the complete domination of The Jus- tice Department has since publicly de- scribed currently appealing a con- viction for attempted bribery of a prison as the La Cosa Nostra boss in Kansas City. New Turmoil f Touched Off In Ulster Northern Ireland Irish Catholic rebel Patrick O'Hara died Thursday night in the 61st day of his hun- ger within 24 hours of fellow pris- oner Raymond McCreesh. Rioters fire- bombed police stations and attacked se- curity forces across Northern Ireland. O'Hara was the fourth convict to fast to f death this month. McCreesh and both started their fasts on the same day and died on the same day. Bobby Sands starved to death May and Francis Hughes died a week on May 12. Catholics stormed into the streets across Northern Ireland and pelted secur- ity forces with gasoline bombs and injuring at least three soldiers. Snipers fired at police and regular Brit- ish soldiers .trying to contain the rioting. Two civilians were injured in sniper fire in police said. All the Catholic convicts entered their to the in a campaign to force Britain to give them status as political but Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher has refused to concede to their demands. a prisoner at HM Prison died Thursday at p.m. p.m. a spokesman of Britain's Northern Ireland office said. took his own life by refusing food and medical at- tention for 61 O'Hara's was at the Maze prison hospital when he died. The rioting appeared the heaviest since Sands died more than two weeks ago. -Gangsof the streets of on Page Photo by AP Laserphoto PATRICK O'HARA Ohio Beauty Wins Miss USA Pageant alleged mob control of the Teamsters' billion States pension re- leased its interim report less than two weeks before union delegates convene in Las Vegas to eject a successor to the late Frank Ftestmnxms. Williams has no serious opposition for tbe job. Tbe comriittee urged tbe tabor Depart- ment to force Williams of office if be HI answer questions aoout auegea BILOXL Miss. Kim a brown-eyed-blonde from won the Miss USA Pageant Thurs- day night as MESS New York ousted after padding her swimsmt looked on from the audience The 20-year-old beauty wbo models and teaches modeling gasped and covered her f ace when tbe judges' announced that Miss Holli of Fort was first making Miss Seel- brede tbe winner. Tbe pageant became involved in a con- troversy that drew attention dur- ing the final week of judging when offi- cials ousted Miss New Deborah Ann in the wake of a tea-padding incident. She lost a last-minute court ef- fort to re-enter the judging. The new Miss USA is the daughter of Herbert and June and stands 5- fooMS and weighs 114 pounds. Tbe other 10 semifinalists were Miss Al- Jo Anne Henderson of Miss Casae mil of Miss Cindy of Los Miss Usa Joyce Condrey of De- catun Miss Hawaii Ten Ann Linn of Miss Louisiana. Lisa Lynn Moss of Miss Linda Su- san Lambert of Miss Tennes- Sharon Kay Steakley of Miss Diana Louise Duraford of and Miss Pamela beth Hutchens of Newport News. Miss Fountain went to court in an effort to rejoin tbe pageant She accused other contestants of padd- ing both their bras and tbeir breasts and won a show-cause order requiring pageant officials to tell a Manhattan Supreme Court judge why she shouldn't be rein- stated in the beauty contest Bat Justice Shirley Fingerhood de- clared later that she Would not grant an I have no first-hand information in a signed affidavit and we are involved with disputed Miss Fountain took a seat in the audi- ence to watch the finals and said she was 'Very because site could not continue in competition. Ducking-Donna Target of Night Tactic V m m V-v. f M... Id- .V. Vi'.'.V. V'V- WWW THE ELUSIVE DUCK Witt Her Arraw LAS Nev. For days Donna the Dodt has efoded vo- lunteers chasing ber up aad down a golf course with a net trying to catdi ber so they can remove a three-foot arrow piercing her breast So officiate said Hmraday they aie going to try a new tactic sneaking on Donna while she's asleep. going to do it Friday night said Dan Anthony of tbe Humane Society of Sratfcern Nevada mallard ben is a daytime bird and tfcey sleep at mgfct Probably tbe best thing is to catch ber wtote she's off guard and Donna was woooded wifo a target arrow abort a month but appar- ently suffered litUe bamv Anttxmy said. stoe would An- tbotry said arrow would take its toll on ber if she was left atone. She would be eventually moving on and getting caught in the trees or power lines. Any type of thing could snag that arrow and if it started to bleed it could kifl her It has to be removed for ber ber mate and four dock- lings live with abaft 90 other docks near a pood on tbe golf course at tbe Sabara Country abwt two miles east of tbe crtVs gambfog Strip. For most of tbe tbe dock witfc her mate's assistance has managed to elude a balf-dozen res- cuers dbasiag ber with a specialty 08 ber in the pcrad aod grab her by the legs failed as well. seems to be doesn't Anthony said. Bnl be said the volunteers were op- ItmisUc that the nocturnal strategy would succeed They were planning to wait until tonight to allow Dorma to recuperate from the fatigoe of ran- ting away frwn the wonld-be res- cuers. Once Donna is a veteri- narian will remove tbe arrow and treat ber. Arrtbony awS be retoroed to the ecwnrtry cteb. one real danger for tfeony said of rescue vet with 65 advises us that if she hits to Heed tbere very good possibility the other ducks would start pecking at her and possi- bly kill her. So we have to be very Reports of Domwfs plight have prompted hundreds of telephone calls from around the Anthony said. Anthony said nearby residents be- lieve a local teen-ager shot tbe dock but that Humane Society and U.S. Fish and Wildlife rangers have not approached the youth. 4 We're pretty sure we know who il he said We want him to come to us. The Humane Society will be re- questing that this young gentlemen be given 30 days humane education with oar Humane Education Depart-
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