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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - September 25, 1974, High Point, North Carolina 16a High Point Enterprise deserters processed rapidly by Dale Burgess associated press writer Camp Atterbury ind. Apr Charley Mcfarland spent his 25th birthday at the Camp Atterbury amnesty Center today with a Chance of completing the process for an undesirable discharge before the Day ended. He and 228 other former soldiers sailors and marines were moving through the clemency procedures much faster than the military staff had expected. When the Center re pc neck on monday the staff thought it would take four Days to process each deserter starting with an orientation session and ending with an undesirable discharge from the military. But maj. J. Thomas Kallunki army Public information officer said on tuesday the process was working out to about two Days a largely because the staff was working far into the night. Maj. Larry d. Scott army chaplain who has talked to More than half the men at the Center said most of them deserted because of personal problems and not political beliefs. Mcfarland who lived in los Angeles was a fugitive from military Justice from 1968 until his arrest by Fri agents on sept. 9. He said he was with the 71st ordnance at it. Sill okla., when his father suffered a severe heart attack. A i got emergency leave and just did no to go Back a Mcfarland said. He married had one son and worked on construction jobs in St. Louis and los Angeles under his own name and social Security number for six years. Jim Noble. 24. Washington courthouse Ohio also told an uncomplicated Story. He deserted from it. Bragg ., on feb. 2, 1970, after Basic training at it. Eustis a. Noble a farm worker said a a i planned to desert from my first Day in the army. I just did t like being away from wednesday september 25, 1974 Bill sent trucker asks help from Motorist Kissinger Gromyko discuss Cyprus to Ford Nashville a Mike Perac estimates he has helped hundreds of people during his 17 years As a he needs help from a stranded Motorist he aided july 28. Perac a former employee of shatterproof Glass co. Of Detroit said he was fired for carrying unauthorized passengers in his truck. But he said he has been told he can have his Job Back if he can locate the Man and his Small son. He said All he knows about the Man is that he is from Nashville and drives a 1969 or 1970 Ford that experienced engine trouble two months ago. A if i can find the Man and his boy and get a letter from them that what i did was an act of humanitarianism then i can be rehired a Perac 39, said. A a it i can to do it in a out of my Perac said he stopped when the Nashville Man and his son flagged him Down near Cleveland term., on interstate 75. The Man said his car had broken Down. He asked for a ride South of Cleveland where he hoped to get help from some friends. Perac said he refuelled at the Ryder truck leasing co. Terminal in Cleveland while he had the passengers aboard. Ryder leases trucks to Perac s former employer he said. A nothing was said to me about having unauthorized passengers in the truck at that time and i even logged it a the Driver said. He said he was discharged after he returned from a vacation a the Man who refuelled my Rig at Cleveland tenn., Hail reported me to Ryder and they sent a letter to the company i worked for saving that they would not insure any truck i was driving because of what happened in Tennessee a Perac said. A i d do it ail Over again Quot he said a a in be stopped hundreds of times to help people on a shrines i like to help Washington apr an $82.6 billion defense appropriation Bill the largest single funding package Ever enacted by Congress has been sent to the White House for president Fords signature. The Senate completed congressional action on the Bill tuesday with a voice vote after a Brief debate. The appropriation is $4.5 billion lower than administration requests but $3.6 billion More than appropriated last year for weapons development and procurement and military and civilian payrolls of the defense department. Chairman John l. Mcclellan of the Senate appropriations committee said the new appropriation May be skimpy in some areas but is a adequate to insure maintaining the deterrence necessary to make a contribution to the peace of the defense Secretary James r. Schlesinger said in a speech tuesday night that the cutbacks by Congress in Aid to South Vietnam have a put an ally on the military equivalent of starvation Congress Cut Aid to South Vietnam by More than half to $700 million. Schlesinger suggested in effect that the United states was running out on a Promise to help South Vietnam. United nations . Apr Secretary of state Henry a. Kissinger has told soviet foreign minister Andrei a. Gromyko that he is ready to play an Active part in resolving the Cyprus crisis. Kissinger held separate meetings tuesday with the foreign ministers of Greece and Turkey aril then discuss cd the sessions with Gromyko at dinner tuesday night. Informed sources said Gromyko reiterated his government s proposal for an 18-nation conference on gyp�8 but the sources said Kissinger would press ahead with his own personal attempt to get the greeks and turks into negotiations on the future of the War torn Island. Kissinger and to Gromyko also discussed prospects for a Middle East settlement and the americans plans to visit Moscow late next Morway for negotiations on the limitation of nuclear arms. State department spokesman Robert Anderson said the question of More jewish emigration from the soviet Union did not come up. There had been speculation that Kissinger a meeting with the greek and turkish ministers would set the stage for some cypriot Peaceman a ing during his visit to the Middle East in october. But greek foreign minister George Mavros told newsmen Quot if the Secretary wants to go to Ankara it might be useful but Athens is not the place for his personal diplomacy since a it is columnist Joseph Alsop retires at year s end Washington a syndicated columnist Joseph w. Alsop has announced plans to retire at the end of the year after 42 years As a newsman. The 63-year-old Alsop a leading Washington observer announced his decision in a column for today a newspapers. He told a reporter he would continue to write an occasional column after retirement on new York s Day and planned an a round the world trip. He became a newsman in 1932 and started a syndicated turkish aggression that is the problem. However he did agree to see Kissinger again sunday evening when the Secretary of state returns to new York Lor More meetings with foreign ministers attending the United nations general Assembly. As Kissinger stood smiling beside him Mavros said they talked a in a very Friendly after the turkish invasion of Cyprus in july the greek government accused the . Government of favouring the turks and Mavros rejected an invitation to come to Washington tor peace talks. Gromyko in an address to the general Assembly tuesday said the improvement in soviet american relations a has gone further than Good wishes and verbal Washington column. The capital Parade in collaboration with Robert e. Kintner in 1937. After world War la serv ice in China. 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