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Redlands Daily Facts (Newspaper) - September 9, 1975, Redlands, California 85th Year 216 Phone 7933221 SEPTEMBER 1975 Per Month 16 Pages 10 Cents Ford vetoes World War II keepsake oil price IS HE FBI is investigating whether an man named Jerry Cooper right is really the airline hijacker who parachuted with ransom from a jetliner and was never seen FBI drawing of Cooper at UPlTelephoto He denies it FBI questions man about 1971 jetliner hijacking WASHINGTON UPI The FBI is in vestigating whether an man named Jerry Cooper is really the airline hijacker who parachuted with ransom from a jetliner in 1971 and was never seen the Washington Post reported Acting on an anonymous FBI agents questioned Jerry Coopers Carol Wood of Fairfax who later told Cooper the FBI suspected him of being the the newspaper then called the Post and met voluntarily with the FBI Monday in an effort to deny he had anything to do with the even though he is an experienced skydiver and strongly resembles witnesses descriptions of the Both Coopers are about 6 feet weigh about 180 pounds and have dark hair and dark After looking at an artists sketch of the missing Cooper I do look an awful lot like Its kind of Cooper parachuted with the ransom On Colorado river from a Northwest Orient 727 jet on Thanksgiving somewhere over the lowlands of western Washington and The thickly wooded area where he is believed to have landed was but no trace of him or the money was ever Michael assistant special FBI agent in charge of the office said he is becoming more inclined to believe Jerry Cooper is not but that the investigation would a heavy equipment said he has not been able to sleep since hearing he was under I was Thats really the word for he If theyre going to lock me I feel everybody should know about Cooper said the FBI received an anonymous tip last May from a caller who said he was afraid of that Cooper was a dangerous that he had seen about in cash in Coopers apartment and that he believed Cooper was the The Post said the FBI confirmed Coopers account of the Flash flood washes out Willow Beach water line controls WASHINGTON UPI President Ford today vetoed legislation that would have extended domestic oil price controls for six more The Senate will vote on an override attempt but Democratic leaders have conceded they face an uphill fight to overturn Fords If the Senate does the House would vote on the same issue either late Wednesday or Ford read a statement before television cameras in the Oval Office in which he urged Congress to sustain this veto and get on with the job of meeting this problem head He gave three reasons for the veto To save American to protect our future economic stability and national assure that this nation after months and months of delay achieves a comprehensive national energy program for future in dependence from foreign Ford told Republican con gressional leaders today his veto must be sustained or action on an energy program would probably be stalled until after the 1976 Congressional Democrats mounted an llth hour effort to muster support for an override vote by saying the nation would face a deepening economic crisis if the veto is allowed to Ford met with GOP leaders for an hour and 45 minutes today to discuss a range of including the veto In my judgment the veto is likely to be Senate Republican Leader Hugh Scott told Scott also restated Fords willingness to compromise on a 45day extension of controls with a view toward enactment of a longer phaseout preferably 39 Scott warned that substantial progress in drafting an energy program would be virtually halted if the veto is The President feels unless the veto is sustained action would probably be stalled until after the 1976 Scott The joint statement issued by Democratic leaders in the Senate and House said if the veto is Congress and the President can back off from Frontme got gun from familys sugar daddy SACRAMENTO UPI The gun used in the attempted assassination of President Ford was given to suspect Lynette Squeaky Fromme by Harold a sugar daddy to members of the Manson it was disclosed Attorney Dwayne Keyes revealed Boros but refused to elaborate on his relationship with Miss charged with the attempted murder of the a state government source said intelligence reports indicated Boro was a sugar daddy to those probably a source of their Former neighbors of Boro said Miss Fromme visited the elderly man on at least three and he apparently loaned his Cadillac to her and later pur chased a red 1973 Volkswagen for her after she wrecked the Pam daughter of Boros former said he described the gun as a World War II He moved July 12 from Sacramento to the Gold Rush community of about 40 miles southeast of Sandra a fellow Manson cultist and Miss Frommes was asked about Boros relationship with the two and replied Thats none of your The a automatic did not Authorities said there was no bullet in the firing Keyes said Boro has been interviewed by FBI but that there are no plans to file charges against him at this Boro was not available for The name Boro previousy had en tered the case on the envelope of a letter written by convicted mass murderer Charles Manson on 23 from San Quentin Prison to several state The name Kay Boro and a Sacramento address were on the en It was not known immediately whether Kay and Harold Boro were California Attorney General Evelle Younger said the Secret Service apparently did not contact state officials about Miss Frommes background prior to the Keyes said the guns owner was aware Miss Fromme had the pistol in her But Keyes refused to disclose the owners saying only We do not believe it the weapon has a criminal The gun was manufactured in 1911 and sold as government surplus in The Army in recent years has stopped selling handguns as said Rex director of the Treasury Departments Bureau of Tobacco and Fire they are reducing them for scrap now so that they cant be Davis He also said the Colt 45 is not really a highly popular crime Its rather and not easily It would not I think the choice of guns for To replace Hathaway House Thomas Kleppe nominated for Secretary Interior By United Press International Thunderstorm activity decreased in the Southwest early today and most of the flash flood warnings issued for the area were can the San Francisco River at continued to rise above flood stage during the A flash flood Monday washed out 50 feet of a water supply line at the Colorado River resort town of Willow covering roads with four feet of mud and water and forcing evacuation of the A half dozen campers fled to higher ground without injury when the Colorado River rose six feet in two a spokesman for the National Park Service The resort is located below Hoover about 12 miles from Nelson Landing where a flash flood killed nine persons a year The Willow Beach campground was damaged and damage also was reported in the trailer village area of the The flooding culminated a second day of heavy thunderstorms in the Southwest that forced closing of two desert highways in Southern The longest 45 miles of California Highway 62 from Twenty nine east through the Mojave Desert to California was blocked by high water for about an A shorter along 95 from California 40 to the Nevada was washed out and closed for the Flooding was expected to spread to the Gila River into the Safford but the National Weather Service said today that flooding will be confined to low lying The Rio Puerco rushed over its banks Monday at and caused extensive damage to businesses and homes as it sent flood waters up to six feet deep through several blocks in the middle of Weather Kissinger says Soviets want peace in MidEast WASHINGTON UPI The Soviet Union wants a calm Middle East as badly as the United States does and the Russians apparently do not resent American peace efforts in the Secretary of State Henry Kissinger said Kissinger said he felt the recent limited accord between Israel and Egypt helped im prove relations between the United States and Soviet Union because neither wants a global war triggered by another fight Second Viking launched CAPE UPI A second Viking rocket was launched today on a 505million mile journey to search for life on The oftdelayed shot got off exactly on schedule at EOT after a violent early morning electrical storm had forced launch crews to tem porarily evacuate the launch between Arabs and In the Middle East I dont believe Soviet and inter ests are he told a news I dont believe peace progress in the Middle East is detrimental to Soviet But he also said Congress and the American people can be certain President Ford wont give up any vital American interests in seeking solutions in areas such as the He pledged to make fully public any overall com mitments to Israel and Egypt as part of the interim but said some diplomatic understandings would be presented only to congressional committees for the time He said nearly 200 American who Congress is expected to approve as moni tors of the agreement in the Sinai will be It has not been decided whether they will be govern ment civilians or employes of private companies but they will not be from the Depart ment of Kissinger He said the matter is being studied on an urgent basis although the Americans would not take their positions for at least five and ahalf Administration officials ac knowledged earlier that the Americans would present no more than a psychological deterrent to renewed Index Area Family Editorial TVprograms Classified Ann Astro Graph Crossword puzzle Day in PublicNotices National Weather Map Temperatures today to 1 p Redlands High low 59 Yucaipa High low 60 Year ago today Redlands High low 62 Monday Redlands High low 61 Yucaipa High low 68 Smog light For data call Monday Ox CO NO 2 Redlands 7 Over 0 peak Yucaipa 5 San Bernardino Sun Rises sets San Bernardino Valley Night and morning low clouds and hazy afternoon sunshine Local fog higher inland Southern California Coastal low clouds inland to foothills and local drizzle near Hazy afternoon Partly cloudy mountains and deserts with isolated afternoon and evening thundershowers decreasing Considerable cloudiness with showers in Owens Valley today and WASHINGTON UPI President Ford today nominat ed Small Business Administra tor Thomas Kleppe to the post of secretary of interior replacing Stanley who resigned because of emotional stress in a former governor of quit the Cabinet after being hospitalized for depression and fatigue attributed partly to grueling Senate confirmation hearings less than two months a wealthy former businessman and North Dakota also must receive Senate approval before taking a job made extremely touchy by conservation White House Press Secretary Ron Nessen made the announ which had been ex pected for nearly a without He said Ford believes Kleppe is the best man for the In past the post has gone to a man from one of the western states and Hathaway was questioned at length about his environmental record dur THOMAS KLEPPE ing the Senate hearings A native of Kleppe served two terms in the House and was a member of the Agriculture Committee and the Republican Policy He also was mayor of Bismarck between 1950 and Before taking over as head of the SBA in Kleppe was president of the Gold Seal in Bismarck and later vice president of Dain an investment firm in Min At the urging of former President Richard Nixon in Kleppe ran against Quentin and Nixon then appointed him to the SBA post where he became involved in several mainly in the approval of SBA contracts and in personnel He was criticized for overrul ing subordinate officials and approving for contracts a Virginia firm whose president had earlier defaulted on three SBA Kleppe has the apparent support of both Burdick and Milton I think hes got the backround for the Bur dick said last week when it was first known that the President was considering Kleppe for the Interior He is a very able said I think hes pretty much a middleofthe roader on environmental New York teachers strike By United Press International New York Citys teachers went on strike against the nations largest public school system forcing up to million more children to do without normal classroom in The New York a continuing Chicago walkout and smaller strikes in nine other states left more than two million students to enjoy extended vacations or sit in cold or half empty San Francisco also faced a strike Their contract expired at EOT today and New York teachers voted over whelmingly to strike to protest in creased class sizes and a longer work Thousands of United Federation of Teachers members filled Madison Square Garden Mon day night and others crowded the sidewalks surrounding the unable to gain en trance as the union voted to UFT president Albert Shanker predicted the strike would be 100per cent schools were ordered open for all but students who are bused to The school board said pupils who use public transportation or private cars were expected to show Salary is not the Shanker told the The issue is conditions in the They are a danger both to the babies and the babysitters and that we will not go 500 women protest Boston bussing NATIONAL Temperature and precipitation 24hour at 4 Des Kansas Las Los New Oklahoma Palm Lou Salt Lake San BOSTON UPI Five hundred chanting many with young marched on police lines around Charlestown High School today to protest court ordered busing of students to achieve They were stopped by a double line of riot garbed Two rows of motorcycles pulled up behind the The women sat in the street and began singing and Here we Here we Others said the Lords Prayer and the Hail There was no violence in the first major incident of the second day of the opening of Boston Eightynine persons were arrested during the first two days of two girls one white and one black in South Boston High School had what Headmaster William Reid termed a racial Attendance at classes today increased over Mondays The marching three were stopped 150 feet from a crossroads in front of Charlestown Several pushed babies in One tot wearing a white plastic helmet clutched his mothers Police estimated the crowd at about The only men were a few unofficial WASHINGTON UPI The House today voted to override President Fords veto of a billion appropriations bill for education It the second time this year that the House has been suc cessful in overriding a Ford In Ford has vetoed nine pieces of legislation since A 10th veto is ex pected today with Fords rejection of the extension of oil price Ford vetoed the education money bill July 25 on grounds it exceeded his budget requests by a figure that Democrats angrily charged was The big money bill would provide billion for aid to grade and high schools and colleges in the 15 month period that started July Ford asked for billion in the same It would also provide another billion in advance funding for certain education programs in the 1977 fiscal year that starts Daniel manager of the vetoed meas said the billion figure when coupled with advance funds appropriated last year would provide billion for He said that was an an in crease of million over last years or a per cent rise to cover the costs of The most controversial item in the vetoed measure was million for impact money for students of federal Ford proposed only million for that aid and said in his veto message that no single pro gram is more bankrupt than impact Ralston leads family out of burning house BAKERSFIELD UPI Tennis star Dennis Ralston led his wife and three children to safety early today after a fire broke out at his Fire officials said Ralston was awakened about 6 by smoke in his home and got his wife and children out of the residence without The which caused about started in the garage and spread to the attic above the kitchen before being Ralstons new 1975 auto was Officials said the fire may have been caused by an elec trical 48 states Red 109 HES 0EEN HITTIN6 0ALLS ASAIN5T THAT 6AKA6E FOR HES 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