Independent from Long Beach, California on January 21, 1975 · Page 12
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 12

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Tuesday, January 21, 1975
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UH ««», a* T-.. j «. mi INOePENDENTM ±_ CHARLES GOODELL Announcing Mission Clemency hoard to push drive WASHINGTON (UPI) The Presidential Clemency Board, bouyed by the response to its broadcast campaign for applicants, said Monday-its members w i l l travel a c r o s s t h e country in the next two weeks trying to r e a c h even m o r e p o t e n t i a l candidates for amnesty. Chairman Charles Goodel] said he had canceled a three-day meeting of the board this week so^members could visit such cities as Boston, New Y o r k , Chicago and Los Angeles to spread the word about the clemency program. Goodell also said the b o a r d had w r i t t e n a m e m o r a n d u m to President Ford requesting an extension of up to six months in the clemency aspect of Ford's earned re-entry program. The program, announced by Ford last Sept. 16, is due to expire Jan. 31. The Clemency Board, , which deals o n l y w i t h 'those already convicted and punished for civilian d r a f t r e s i s t a n c e or absence-related offenses within the military during the Vietnam era, has a potential clientele of 120,000: ", Goodell told a news conference that his board had "experienced a t r e m e n - dous " u p s u r g e in applications" s i n c e the start of its radio-television campaign Jan. 6. . "In the last 10 days alone, applications have doubled," he said. A Roman Catholic leader, meanwhile, called the re-entry program "a failure ... because it is not and never was intended to be a true amnesty'.' Father Joseph A. Francis, president of the Conf e r e n c e of M a j o r Superiors of Men, said a universal and unconditional amnesty "should be passed as soon as possible d u r i n g t h e 9 4 t h Congress." Advertisement Non-prescription Analgesic Helps Hospital Patients Curb Sleep Loss Due to Pain! 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BULLET-BAN RUMOR SPARKS rHONE-INCAMPAIGN WASHINGTON UP1) The Consumer Product Safety Commission said M o n d a y ^ i t s telephone 2i'B wing "iniindat-' :o the country from people' who mistakenly t h i n k the agency is about to ban handgun a m m u n i t i o n , The calls, which appear to be part of a well-organized lobbying campaign, are coming in with such volume that they threaten tic up the" spi-vial "!itt iitU'" tlii; SgHicy uses to let consumers tell it about d a n g e r o u s products. ' a commission s p o k e s m a n said. Consumers anywhere in the country may call the "hot line" free of-charge 14 hours a day to report hazards: but the antibul- lot hsn {'SHipsi-n is s--in" the lines in the mistaken belief that the commission is "conducting some kind of poll on" the issue, the pgency said. T h e c o m m i s s i o n i s about to publish for public comment a petition from t h e Chicago-based Committee for Hand Gun Con- tVoi which wants the agency' to ban h a n d g u n cartridges as a hazardous substance. · The commission l a s t year refused to consider 'the p e t i t i o n on the · g r o u n d s thai it would in effect ban guns, but the committee went to court : a n d . a federal judge ruled - i t h a d t h e authority t o consider the in aiiiM-.. Whether t h e c o m m i s s i o n actually w i l l hold hearings on the petition depends on the. p u b l i c c o m m e n t s i t r e c e i v e s after the petition is published. · · I t d e f i n i t e l y . i s _ . a n organized campaign," a ' spokesman for the agency s a i d . " W e ' v e received over 5.000 calls since last week. It is jamming our lines." 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