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   Ogden Standard-Examiner (Newspaper) - September 3, 1976, Ogden, Utah                                Briefs Kissinger to Depart for Talks With Vorster WASHINGTON AP Sec retary of State Henry A Kissingers renewed in volvement in Africas racial conflictsis clouded by bickering with South African Prime Minister John Vorster andstatements by of ficials downplaying Kissin gers chance for success The secretary leaves today foe weekend talks with Vor ster inZurich Switzerland with an intermediate stop in London for talks with British leaders The focus of these talks reportedly will be the pace of move toward in dependence for Namibia the former territory of SouthWest Africa still occupied by the South African regime In addition to expressing dissatisfaction with the Namibia situation Kissinger also will push Vorster to ease South Africas own restric tions on blacks A third subject will be Rhodesia where the black majority is pressing the white su premacist government The Zurich meetings will be the second round of discussions between Kissinger and Vorster in the last four months after years of vir tually noi highlevel contact between the two countries If the secretary is able to claim any degree of progress after the Vorster talks he will travel to Africa for meetings with black leaders and possibly another session with Vorster in South Africa itself PLAINS UPI The rthree sons of Democratic presidential nominee Jimmy Carter tried marijuana when they were younger but their mother Rosalynn says they no longer smoke it Im opposed to marijuana because we really do not know enough about its ef Rosalynn Carter said in a statement issued through her spokesman Mary Hoyt My boys do not smbke marijuana but back when they were younger they confided in us that they had The three Carter sons all married are Jack 29 Chip 26 24 BRIDGETOWN Barbados AP Barbados voters dumped Prime Minister Errol Barrows government today after 15 years in power choosing the fresh leadership of J M G Tom Adams and his Barbados Labor party Adams 44yearold son of orie fof the most notable figures in West Indian political history led his party to an upset in what had been billed as a neckandneck race Time for a change was his campaign slogan With two seats in the 24seat House of Assembly still un decided Adams had won 15 and Barrows seven in the votingThursday BOSTON moment of UPI silent prayer A or meditation in Massachusetts public schools does not in fringe upon personal religious beliefs according to a panel of District Court judges The threejudge panel Thursday a Massachusetts law permitting one minute of silent prayer or meditation at the start of each school day In statute the judges rejected a complaint filed by the Massachusetts chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union challenging the constitutionality of the law GENEVA Switzerland UPI The 30nation Disarmament Conference concluded its 1976 session today with agreement in principle on a draft treaty banning environmental warfare The treaty to prohibit hostile modification of the e n v i r o n m e n t to produce earthquakes tidal waves or changes in the atmosphere now goes to the United Nations General Assembly for further debate SEOUL Korea UPI South Korea announced today it is canceling all Armed Forces Day celebrations scheduled for Oct presumably to maintain the nations steppedup military alert triggered by last months North Korean slaying of two Army officers in Panmunjom The announcement came as United Nations Command North Korean secretaries to the Military Armistice Commission met privately for the fourth straight day to complete new security arrangements at Panmunjom aimed at preventing recurence of such incidents FORECAST CLEAR 89TH YEAR No 247 ASSOCIATED PRISS OGDEN UTAH UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL UPI TELEPHOTO FRIDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER 3 1976 TEMPERATURES OGDEN High Saturday low 90s Low tonight upptr 50s UTAH Highs Saturday mosf ly 85 to 95 Lows tonight upper 40s through 15c DAILY 25c SUNDAY UNBRIDLED FUN Whitey a 3yearold pony is brought before the desk sergeant after she was found trotting along through an intersection in Brooklyn Thursday After call ing the ASPCA the cops tied Whitey to the rail at the front desk in the station gave her some water and prayed that the owner wouldcall before nature did Finally the owner Frank Mardi appeared and claimed the wandering nag StandardExaminer UPI Telephoto EASIER TO ADMINISTER Less Painful Rabies Vaccine I Available in 77 PHILADELPHIA say they have developed a new vaccine for ra bies which is more effective less painful and easier to administer than vaccines cur rently used Scientists at the Wistar Institute an inde pendent research organization spent 24 years developing the vaccine and said they have tested it on 45 persons in Iran The vaccine could be available for gen eral use in the United States by next year they said Thursday Dr Hilary Koprowski director of the in stitute called the vaccine a major break He said all 45 of the victims in Iran had been severly bitten and that all survived Dr Mahmoud Bahmanyar director of the Pasteur Institute in Tehran Iran said other showed that people as badly bitten as the test subjects survived in only 42 per cent of the cases Rabies clinically known as hydrophobia is one of the oldest diseases known to man Usually fatal it is caused by a viral infec tion of the central nervous system The disease transmitted to humans through the bite of a rabid animal Current vaccines are derived from a process developed by Louis Pasteur in 1885 They are administered in 14 to 21 painful abdominal injections and cause uncomfort able side effects about 35 per cent of the time The institute said the new vaccine re quires four to six injections in the arm causes virtually no side effects and is 100 per cent effective in bodily chemical agents that combat rabies The new vaccine now is being used in Iran West Germany Sweden and It has been administered in some cases in this country but the Food and Drug Admin istration has not cleared it for general use Koprowski said the vaccine could be used as a preventive measure for veterinarians and others who might come in contact with rabid animals Since current vaccines pro duce very unpleasant side effects they are not used for prevention of rabies only for treatment NAMES IN THE MEWS DISCOVERY Author Irving Wallace says former FBI Chief J Edgar Hoover was a notorious freeloader The author reportedly un covered that facet of Hoov ers character while research ing for the book the R Doc a fictional account of an FBI chief taking over the countrythrough a constitu tional amendment Wallace said he uncovered several instances in which Hoover took advantage of so called particular ly with meals For instance he said Hoov er and his friend Clyde Tolscn dined for years at Harveys Restaurant in Washington never paying a bill After a change in management Hoov er was asked to pay Wallace said and he never returned again INDEX 2 SECTIONS 32 PAGES Dear Abby 18A Classified Comics 4B5B Dr HA Editorial 4A Farm Markets Mltuaries 7B tilports Pages 2B3B Television SB Weather ON CAMERA Actress Amanda Blake who played Dodge Citys Kitty in the Gunsmoke series for 19 years has filmed her first television appearance since the CBS show went off the air Miss Blake will guest star on a segment of NBC western series The Guest to air Sept 22 DENIED A federal judge has refused to block the sale an Avalon N beach front home where entertainer Ed McMahons exwife and four children live Alyce McMahon and the children have filed suit trying to block the sale of the 000 home property of firm owned by McMahon U S District Judge Daniel H Huyett III ruled Thursday in Philadelphia the family had to prove irreparable harm would result from the sale of the According to the suit the house was to be sold to pay off debts and because credi tors were threatening fore closure ona second mortgage WEDS Singer Glen Camp bell was married Thursday to Sarah Jan Davis former wife of entertainer Mac Davis A spokesman for Campbell said the couple took out a marriage license in Carson City and were wed at an un disclosed location in Nevada It was the third marriage for Campbell 40 divorced earlier this year It was the second for Mrs Davis 24 also divorced this year PLEA Cardinal John Cody Archbishop of Chicago has called up his parishoners to contribute funds to help the victims of the recent earth quakes and tidal wave in the Philippines In a letter to be read at all masses Saturday and Sunday the Cardinal cited the grow ing community of Filipinos in the Chicago area and the significant contribution they have made to the community and the church in Chicago CHECKED Sen Warren G Magnuson left Uni versity Hospital in Seattle Thursday after undergoing a weeklong checkup i Jobless Rate Edges Higher Reaches New Top for Year OffFarm Workers Increase WASHINGTON AP The nations unemployment rate increased for the third month in a row in August edging up from to per cent the highest level so far this year the govern ment said today At the same time the in of Americans with slowed last month earlier this year Employment rose by 000 in August to 88 million but of a work force of million after a gain of in July There were some bright spots in the job picture including a increase in nonfarm employment and improvement in the unemployment rate for adult men usually the family breadwinner And the unemployment rate climbed at a slower pace than in June and July After gradu ally falling since the spring of 1975 joblessness jumped a half a percentage point in June and July followed by the onetenth of a per cent hike in August CENTER STAGE In August the number of people without work increased by abdut to million the largest since million couldnt find work last Decem ber The increase in joblessness has thrust unemployment onto center stage as a key issue in this falls presidential election campaign The increases have raised new fears among economists over the path of the economic recovery and could create serious political problems for President Ford who in cam paigning for1 election has adopted moderate economic policies to avoid a resurgence in inflation The Democrats and their presidential nominee Jimmy Carter have made jobs their No 1 issue and are calling for new1 measures to reduce unem ployment In addition AFLCIO Presi dent George Meany is blasting the Ford administration on the issue In his Labor Day mes sage Meanysaid that true Page 2A Column 2 ALLS READY Viking 11 Poises for Drop Today Onto Mars Surface HEW Seer e tar y David Mathews talks to reporters at the White House after meeting with President Ford on the swine flu vac cine problem Mathews said the problemridden vac cine production will be celerated to overcome de lays Ford Pushing ProductionOf Flu Vaccine The government is suggesting that drug manufacturers put work ers onovertime to speed up the packaging of vaccine for the nationwide swine flu immuniza tion program which isrunning behind schedule President Ford summoned officials of the Department of Health Education and Welfare to the White House Thursday to see what could be doneabout getting the program oh It damn well run press secretary Nessemquotedthe President as1 saying The program is supposed to reach 143 million Americans and HEW reported thereIs enough vaccine in bulk to make up more than 100 million doses The i critical shortage is in individual doses After meeting with the President HEW Secretary Sea page 2A column 7 PASADENA Calif AP Awaiting only the final order from earth the Viking 2 lander was ready to cast off from its mother ship today and attempt Americas second touchdown on Mars After a the Viking command team the go com mand was scheduled to be ra dioed to theSpacecraft That command the two split apart the lander beginning its hour descent to the surface Miile the Viking 2body re mains in orbit around Mars The gray threelegged land er loaded with lifedetecting in struments was scheduled to land at EDT on a northern plain called Utopia EVERYTHING READY A check of the automated lander Thursday found every thing in readiness Mission Di rector Tom Young declared the craft to be in very good The only concern he said was a sign that the lander may overheat after It is summer in Utopia Young said a plan had been drawn up to turn off some equipment and reschedule experiments to re duce the inside heat Viking 2 was aimed for a AUTOS WINDSHIELD NO MATCH FOR INTEGRITYS LONG DIVE MEMPHIS Tenn fall can be des truction Just ask Janet Gault Mrs Gault returned to her illegally parked car Thurs day to find the windshield shattered by the threestory fall of the head of Integrity a statue on the Shelby County Courthouse I find another place to Janet Gault said tearfully as she surveyed the damage But if she had trouble accepting the damage paused by the the 10pound head from the stature so did her insurance company representatives They thought I was drunk when I called them and told them about the Mrs Gault said County officials also were to take responsibility for the damaged vehicle It was an act of Shelby County building man ager Bill Clark said S African Violence Continues One Dies CAPE TOWN South Africa Shoppers and employees vom UPI Police killed and collapsed in the tear rioter today and filled an wrenching smoke underground shopping center and about miles from where Viking 1 made the first Mars landing July successful 20 Because the northern lati tudes have more water vapor in the air Viking 2s destina tion is believed a better spot to tear gas in violence coinciding George Abrey a city security said he saw almost 10 with Prime Minister Vorsters departure for John Persons talks i up to the helped street level befort with Secretary of State Henrypassing out himself A Kissinger i At least three persons were The latest fatality bringing wounded two at the school to 297 the death toll in 10 weeks land an attorney hit by buckshot of racial violence occurred at when police opened up busy Cape on a Town search for life the main Viking the Trafalgar High School in crowd at a task jthe District Six mulatto townintersection SOAR THROUGH SPACE TURNED TO RUN The lander waa designed to L shotguns j A witness said the attorneyi soar through space plunge into aJL0fwd Ansel Slome found himself the thin Martian atmosphere bomamong the crowd when a d by a parachute and ared the school and tear gasof riot police in camoufiage an students e school E13a1cketS Ironf fatigues approached He turned Scientistsbelieve the landing Towns center point about 125 miles from a large crater called Mie is cov ered with thick sand dunes that should soften the landing Within seconds of a success ful touchdown a camera atop the lander is to take the first of two blackandwhite pictures TO WHITE AREAS to run but at that moment Ipolice let the buckshot volleys But rioting nonetheless fly The continued antigovern The first photo showing one of ping mall the three footpads resting on spread from the townships io ment rioting coincided with white areas of this port city for Vorsters departure for Zurich the second consecutive day and Switzerland where he will hold police dropped four tear gasitnree days of talks on southern cannisters in 15 minutes in with Kissinger Strand Street Concourse shop1 Tne rioting in its third day i flashed from downtown Cape It was like a gas iTowr to black and mulatto See Page 2A Column 6 said a securty guard at the townships at Langa Hanover IPoflr Onfl vciliAWA scene DEMOLITION NEXT Buyers Snap Up at Historic Hotel CHICAGO AP People are paying to get into the soontobe demolished LaSalle Hotel for a chance to buy such things as brass mens room signs for or a night club complete with piano bar for Some 800 rooms of furnish ings fixtures from bath rooms 12 miles of carpeting 85 tons of marble and worth of kitchen equipment are on the block About persons showed up Thursday when the sale began They spent an hour buying just about everything but bathtub rings The bathtubs themselves are for sale The landmark 22story hotel has stood on LaSalle Street in Chicagos political and financial district since 1908 It has been dosed for the past month When the sale ends it will be torn down to make way for a presumably more profitable office So in the next two months everything goes And every thing is expected to bring about million said Joseph Simon a director of the sale You can get the Princess Grace of Monaco slept in a sevenroom suite remodeled for her visit several years ago or the bed President Dwight D Eisenhower used Also for sale are the chairs and tables where Mayor Rich ard J Daleyheld when the hotel served as headquarv ters of the Cook County Democratic Organization They are even selling the hardwood floor of the grand ballroom There was a rush for door keys attached to brass fobs for I bought two just for memorys sake I used to stav here when I was in Pat Porretta a visiting pharmacist said Thursday The hotels 12 elevators are for sale and Tony Perez said he wished he had the money to buy one Perez 63 has been the operator of the same elevator for 26 years He was on duty Thursday in shirt sleeves His uniform like those of the bellboys waiters and doormen was for sale This was like my home my life all these said pointing to his elevator Ive taken the best people in the world to their Park and Maitland where police uncovered caches of gasoline bombs during the night Police said they shot two unidentified mulatto rioters Thursday Cape Town hospital officials said a third man died Thursday of wounds inflicted during the rioting and police reported another man apparently hanged himself in a prison cell soon after his arrest during the violence VISIT TO ZURICH Before his dawn departure Johannesburg Vorster said his mission was one of the most important a South African Prime Minister had ever undertaken The two men will discuss volatile situation in Rhodesia and South West Africa Nami See Page 2A Column 1   

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