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Columbia Missourian Newspaper (Newspaper) - October 17, 1976, Columbia, Missouri Page 2a�?Columbia to missourian. Sun. Oct 17.1976 new makers Hie private Wake for the a Boss of All Bosses of the mafia Carlo Gambino 74, was held saturday in Brooklyn . Scores of mourners paid their respects either through a personal visit or by sending a Floral display. The funeral for or. Gambino who died of heart disease fonday at his Massapequa Home will be monday. Published reports named Carmine a Al do Galente 64, reputed head of the Joseph Bonanno crime family As the Likely successor to the leadership of the nations organized crime families. Galente described As shrewd and a fearless a has served lengthy prison sentences including a 14-year sentence that ended m 1974 on drug conspiracy charges. The Chicago Park District expressing fears for the safety of Tina Muscari 12, had sought to bar her from playing football in the a Junior bears football program. But saturday Tina vindicated the decision of Federal court judge John f. Grady who had ruled she could not be baited. She sacked the opposing teams quarterback As he was about to pass. At the invitation of the president of the supreme soviet presidium King Birendra of Nepal will make a week Long visit to the soviet Union beginning nov. 16. The visit will be Birendra a first to the soviet Union since he ascended to the throne nearly four years ago. Opponents of prime minister Indira Gandhi and of proposed changes in indians Constitution scoffed saturday at a claim the amendments were necessary to bang economic Progress to the nation attorney Shanti Bushan told a conference of More than 300 persons called to oppose the suggested constitutional changes that mrs. Ghandi and her party had failed to fulfil their 1971 Campaign pledge to a abolish poverty in India and should be turned out of office. The proposed changes would reduce the authority of the judiciary and give greater Power to the prime minister. Bushan said that mrs. Ghandi had declared a National state of emergency m june 1975 because she not the country was threatened. Critics have charged that mrs. Ghandi was worried about being ousted from office because of her june 12,1975, conviction of election malpractices in her 1971 Campaign for parliment George d. Mulvanity 73, the last of Elliot Ness a untouchables a will be buried monday. He died thursday at a nursing Home in suburban Mentor Ohio. Or. Mule amt came to Cleveland in the mid-1930s and went to work with Ness who was m charge of the Federal alcohol tax amt before he became Cleveland safety director. Cario Gambino a Boss of Bosses Dies he also helped in the investigation that smashed Detroit a notorious purple gang which also operated in Western Ohio. In Kelani Consul Tati Mondale rated for Consumers Washington up a Republican vice presidential candidate Robert Dole voted for Consumers Only eight per cent of the time in the recently completed Congress while his democratic opponent Walter Mondale had a 70 per cent record Ralph Nader said saturday Nader presented a review in his Public citizen inc. Of How the 94th Congress voted m seven key consumer areas he said it produced Only one "100 per cent voting record for Consumers a from rep Elizabeth Holtzman in y leading the Senate were Sens. Wlliam Proxmire a wis and John c. Culver a Jowa both with 92 per cent records in second place in the Senate were Sens. Patrick j Leahy d-vt., and Floyd Haskell i it Colo. Although the report gave Mondale a passing Grade it noted that his record was a marred by his absence from 17 of the 71 key votes a the Only Zero in Nader a Senate tally was sen. Strom Thurmond . Nader said Thurmond a never once voted in the interests of Consumers a close behind with a ranking of Only 1 per cent each were Sens. John c. Stenius d-miss., roman l. Hruska r-neb., and John g. Tower a Tex. Rep. F. Edward Hebert a la scored the Only Zero in the House. Only a step above Hebert were reps. Don Youngr Alaska and William c. Wampler r-va., each of whom a voted Only once in the interests of Consumers a Nader said a selected politicians have a Strong inclination to Sway people with the least objectionable generalities a Nader said. A in their specific votes however the differing realities of special interest pressures or courageous convictions come through for the citizens to the votes on which Nader judged the Congress were in such areas As consumer Protection procedural and regulatory Reform tax Reform Oil and Gas policies atomic Power ecology and government subsidies. Specific votes in the Senate involved such things As suspending the use of the hormone Des in cattle feed exempting Small businesses from Federal health and safety inspections requiring disclosures of corporate payments in connection with overseas business and requiring a mandatory Deposit on throwaway cans and bottles. Kelley Fri to continue open press policy n. Y. Tunes service Washington a declaring that he was not a an ambassador of bad will a Federal Bureau of investigation director Clarence m. Kelley told the new Mexico press association fonday might that he had not seen the text of a i delivery guaranteed if for any reason delivery of the morning missourian is unsatisfactory and you Are unable to reach your Carrier Contact the circulation department by 11 am for special delivery. Subscription rates by Corner in Columbia amp Ashlond by Moil in Boone Callaway Cole audrain Randolph Howard Cooper Momteau counties $ 2.65 monthly $14.90 6 months $29.40 1 year by mail elsewhere $21.00 6 months $38.00 1 year single copies daily 15csunday 35 by mail daily 30sunday 50 Columbia missourian published every Mong except monday and Days following holidays by the missourian pub Shing association inc9th and Elm Columbia to. 65201. Second class postage paid at Columbia Missouri. Telephone 442-3161 controversial speech containing a harsh attack on the news Media until after boarding a flight bound for Albuquerque where he had been scheduled to deliver the address. An Advance text of the speech which Kelley abandoned after a Telephone a a consultation with atty. Gen. Edward h. Levi contained an announcement by Kelley that the Fri would no longer cooperate with reporters who had a journalistic ally bludgeoned the Fri Kelley told the new Mexico editors and publishers that the speech had been prepared for him by his a ministry of external affairs a and that after glancing through it aboard the air plane he began to have doubts about its Efficacy he assured the group that a the Fri will continue the policy of openness with reporters that he instituted upon taking Over the Bureau in 1973 the of big a external affairs division which maintains relations with the news Media is also responsible for producing Kelley a speeches. One Bureau official said saturday that it was indeed possible that the director who had Given another speech m Virginia earlier in the Day had not become aware of the Strong language in his prepared remarks until he was Enro Ute to new Mexico. But Fri officials asked fonday for elaboration on the a tical speech copies of which had been made available m Advance to reporters Here indicated that Kelley had played a role m formulating the concepts endorsed in the speech and that the change in the bureaus press policy that he was scheduled to announce had already been put into effect. The spokesman said that the Fri following along the lines of the proposed Kelley speech planned to withhold its cooperation from journalists who were preparing a a Hatchet jobs on the Bureau or intending a to make us look he added that Kelley had not written the speech but that he had endorsed the tack it took. Only Kelley has the authority to order such a change in the of big a policy toward the news Media. Justice department and White House officials said they knew nothing of the proposed speech until the Fri began releasing Advance copies of it during fonday afternoon. In Bow tip a a what do you soy to your half Dresser when you want a new style Quot that picture you saw had you definitely wanting a new hair style. Bang the picture along with your particular thoughts to your Salon and discuss them with your stylist Good communication is one of the most important factors in achieving the Best look for you. And remember a Good Hairdresser in helping you create your new style is considering your personality style of living head form facial contour and we Uso and recommend j sir Eden body shape. So done to be afraid to talk openly with your stylist but your hair is too straight lifeless or curly for the dead gel you have in mind. Your stylist will know what Perm design or colouring can Best achieve the look you desire. I highly recommend if you Are really in doubt about your new look Contact your Hairdresser for an appointment for consultation Only. Usually there is no charge far this service. Check on the hairstylists credentials too. Normally most people choose a stylist through the recommendation from a person who has received the stylists services. One other important Factor is to be sure that you la be Able to care for your new style. Today a looks Are much easier to care for than those of a few years ago. Classes free of charge Are available at Kelani coiffure far just this purpose. A new hair style can be an exciting experience and knowing How to talk with a stylist can help insure you the look you want. Have a question about hair or skin care Send it to Kelani coiffure 1104 e. Walnut Columbia to. 65201, or Call 449-4931. Look for this column every sunday. R it 1104 e. Walnut 449-4931 use for a new county court elect l. Kenneth Vale Southern District judge paid for by citizens or Vale Davie Hutcheson treasurer you re invited to our re location Sale Achilles heal has relocated in the Crossroads West Center. 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