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4J 14 TNI TfNNfSMAN. fr.4. fw IC. 1172 Handgun Ban Seen Requiring Nalional Police WASHINGTON (I PI) -Vrsder heated quest ;ortnp. administration cfncisls testified yesterdav thev cppoed any more federal lavks lor licensing or registering firearms, but that they could support a ban on cheap handguns called -Saturday Night Specials." A House judiciary subcommittee, beaded bv Rep. Emanuel Cellcr, D-N.Y., grilled Treasury and Justice Department officials for two hours, accusing them of failing to administer present gun ct.-trol laws and tongue-lashing them for not proposing additional legislation. TESTIFYING against Teller's bill to ban the sale of all handguns to private citizens, register all firearms and license their owners, Asst. Treasury Secretary Eugene T. Ros-sides said such a far-reaching law would require a national police force. And that, he said, would take from the states the responsibility of enforcing laws that should remain in their jurisdiction. However, Rossidcs said, the administration could support a federal ban on the sale, manufacture and importation of Sat- PIIMI lfiiiwni i n iiii 11 Win IjW Maxwell E. Rich Leave if to the states urday Night Specials, such as ones used to assassinate Sen. Robert F. Kennedy and in the attempt on Alabama Gov. George C. Wallace's life. "THE SATURDAY Night Special is a useless thing," said Rossidcs. "Therefore, it can stand a federal ban." However, Rossides said the administration had not time to study a bill approved by the Senate Judiciary Committee Tuesday which would ban Saturday Night Specials, but he said officials would take a stand later. Rossides, Deputy Asst. Atty. Gen. Richard Burke and ex-ecutive director Maxwell E Rich of the National Rifle Association told the subcommittee that gun control laws should be left to the states. RICH, WHO testified last October that the NRA supported "in principle" a prohibition against Saturday Aight Specials, said, "If we were to establish broad federal authority in this area, we would also create the need for national police force for enforcement, which concept we strongly oppose." Rich also said "to think that criminals would register their firearms defies logic." Burke and Rossides submitted to the Celler subcommittee prepared statements describing progress made under the 1968 Gun Control Act. It banned the mail order sales of guns and ammunition and outlawed possession of firearms by felons, drug addicts and mental incompetents, and created requirements that gun dealers to keep detailed records of all firearms and most ammunition." BUT AFTER the two officials said they did not know bow many guns were sold in the United States, Celler said angrily: "I gather you have not administered the 1968 act either fully or properly." Rossides, asked about administration proposals for additional gun control laws, said he was "sorry" but that the administration had none at this time. Celler. again showing anger, said: "You've asked us three different times to wait, wait, wait. Now you're asking us mi wan again. Sinatra Back in U.S. To Appear at Hearinq LONDON (AP) Frank Sinatra will fly back to the United States today to appear at a congressional hearing on ! organized crime, a spokesman for the singer said yesterday, i Sinatra failed to appear at a j House of Representatives se lect committee earlier this month. He bad come to London. Aursrians Drink Wine VIENNA fAP) -Bibber charts show that Austrians down something over 10 gallons of wine per capita in 1971. VP 4ft n s-srt inn n THE TENNESSEAN. F,ii,y. ty. JJ. J72 15 Women's dress clearance NOw25to50OFF AH summer dresses. From short sleeve shirt waist to tennis dresses. iw n jmwmm Styles for illustration only. 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AM FM stereo stereo phono. Orig. $399. Electric Range 30" eye level. 2 only in avocado green. Crig. 349.95. NOW 133 now$299 NOW '266 JCPenney The values are here every day. Open Monday-Saturday 10 A.M. to 9:30 P.M., 1 to 6 P.M. Sunday A Indians Trail Way Homeward Eor Powwow rontinupd from Pajre One) e ar fn a peace mission." the chief sa:d. PASf.EV SUD the advance fiuard will arrive tomorrow and sot up the village in the old fort area of the park where anthropologists and arrhaeologists have bren studying the stone wall formations trying to determine which ancient race of people originally occupied it centuries and perhaps thousands of years ago. The chief said most of the main group, estimated to run between 175 and 300 Indians, would arrive Sunday in typical Indian fashion. Most of them are from the East and Midwest. "We plan to assemble about 20 minutes upstream on the Duck River and come down the river in canoes and boats to the park. No commercial vehicles belonging to the Indians will be allowed in the park," ho said. PASLEY SAID the public is invited to visit and observe most of the ceremonies. "My great-great-grandfather, Chief White Path, was the leader of a tribe from Ellijay, Ga., on the Trail of Tears. I still have a map on skin that was his and Im not allowed by Indian law to show it to a white man," Pasley said. Pasley said the Indians will come from Cherokee, Choctaw, Creek and Sminole tribes, and perhaps from other tribes, and they will -be dressed in regalia customary to their tribes. "We are going to do all types of dances, play Choctaw ball games and talk to the people who visit us," he said. PASLEY, WHO has been chief of non-reservated Indians for two years, said Indians from tribes which in the past had inhabited this area had been discussing for some time a return to the area for a powwow. "If the park works out and wc get enough interest, we hope to establish the park as the headquarters of the non-reservated Indians of the native and hold an annual powwow," he said. Pasley, 54. said he and his father left Oklahoma 42 years ago to retrace the Trail of Tears and that his father "got killed on the way back." "We were trying to find out about my ancestors and that's how I settied in Warren County and McMinnville," he said. THE IXDfAVS nil! ct, i- llL oiaj in I the park until mid-afternoon i T 1 ...I , . mesuay wnen tne powwow will end. Pasley said that while as much ancient customs as possible will be observed in the park, traditional Indian r i i . . I niuu won c De served because ' of difficulties in making ar-; rangements. "We'll probably eat plain old American hamburgers and drink cokes," he said. W. H. Blackmore Services Today Services for William Harold Blackmore, 63, of 1206 Bubbling Well Road in Madison, a salesman, will be at 2 p.m. today at Madison Funeral Home. The Rev. A. Wray Tomlin will officiate. Burial will be in Gallatin Cemetery. Blackmore, a sales'man for Frank Davis Buick, Inc., died yesterday at Hi-Lond Convalescent Center. A native of Sumner County, he was educated in Gallatin public schools. He attended the University of Tennessee. Blackmore was a member of City Road Chapel United Meihodist Church and the Church's men's Bible class. Survivors include a son, Bernard H. Blackmore, Gallatin; two sisters, Mrs. Gordon Wilkinson and Mrs. Earl G. Bell, both of Madison; and a brother, Thomas J. Black-more, Nashville. Wade Waters Sr. CLARKSVILLE - Wade Waters Sr., 65, of Clarksville, a church custodian, died yesterday at his home. Services will be at 3 p m. ! tomorrow at Gracey Avenue : Baptist Church. Burial will be in the Rest-haven Memorial Gardens. The body is at Tarpley Funeral Home. Survivors include his widow, i Mrs. Bertha Clark Waters; a ; son. Wade Waters Jr., Clarksville; a foster son, Finis Clark Jr., Clarksville; three broth- ; eis, Lee, George and Roy Waters, Clarksville; two sis- ; ters, Mrs. George Michael, California, and Mrs. Lurton : Bedwell, Detroit; eight grandchildren and two great-grand- J: children. i

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