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THE HARTFORD COURANT: Friday, August 13, 1971 T U.S. News Monndup .... . '?!E?""1 E r V v, , v , -,a ,x v ' v i ! ' " ,,' xk , n. x x ' ' - l ' ' ' ' . . ' I t fesS V ' TV..:, 1 anks Oppose Proposed Record -Keeping Rules k I 'W Memorial on Moon The Apollo 15 astronauts placed this small memorial plaque on the moon, 20 feet north of rover car No. 1, in a small subtle crater. It has 14 names n alphabetical order of all the astronauts and cosmonauts who have died in the pursuit of the exploration of space. The small figure foreground, represents a fallen astronaut, The photo was released Thursday by the Space Center in Houston, Tex. (UPI). 2 Added Moon Shots Called for by Scott WASHINGTON (AP) Do-t Treasury officials said the' mestic banks are smarting over record keeping would be re-proposed Treasury Department mred because of a trend to regulations setting massive n .... , record-keeping requirements ward computerization, making designed to detect illegal activi- it difficult for investigators to ty carried on through U.S. and retrieve evidence. foreign bank accounts. I Here1 are some of the provi- Unrealistic, costly, bur- sjons drawine the ire of bank-1 densome and inflationary are ers: some of the words used by, -Requiring banks to keep on DanKers in omciai comments hand for s x vears such records on new rules that would require as COpjes or microfilm ol them to keep copies of 'hecks checks, monev orders or bank and other monetary in- drafts within the United States struments for six years. or each check, loan or currency The record-keeping require- transaction exceeding $1,C00 to ments are only one part of a persons, bank accounts or regulations package aimed at places outside the United carrying out provisions of a States. new law designed to crack the! Requiring banks to ibtain wall of secrecy protecting the Social Security number of Swiss bank accounts that are each depositor and keep it on said to be a shelter of orga-; file for six years. nized crime and tax evasion One bank in Seattle, Wash., wrote that it would have to find storage space Jar an estimated! 135 tons of paper if the rules as presently written go into effect. "This may hinder, rather Idaho Convicts End Protest on Conditions Heads NMA Dr. Emerson C. Walden was elected president of the National Medical Association during its convention this week in Philadelphia. The NMA is an organi zation of 6,000 black physicians. who never has flown into space. Government to Supply Both men also will be officially j Emergency Job Fund assigned to the Friday. SHINGTON (UPI) -The Apollo 17 is scheduled for T , . . . , v ,. . , ... Labor Department announced aunching m December, 1972. : j . ... . , Thursday it would provide $600 The landing site has not been .. ; r . . , million in emergency employ- Nixon Studies Means To Finance Benefits WASHINGTON (UPI) -A ment money to create 150,000 public service jobs in 709 communities across the nation. Twenty per cent of the money, about $120 million, will SPACE CENTER, Houston win explored for three days. BOISE, Idaho (UPI) -Two hundred convicts, returned to than help, in retrieving needed ;tneir ceils Thursday after more i The nation's total doctor popula- ...wwi.tii-ii, uo.u .....n.,! inan nours oi noung anu uon is juu.uuu (Jf). can Bankers Association. "As j rebellious protest against condi-j tions in the Idaho State Prison. 1 selecting a special team to The rebellion began with ! investigate the prison. The As lunar module pilot he will riotins TuesdaV night that;nrobe will look into all asnects! land nn thp lunar snrfaro with sn that Rnrinl Sppnritv hpnpfitc siung Dy me criticism, tne included the stabbing of two of the penitentiary operation. Navy Cmdr. Eugene A. Cernan.j would rise regularly to keep A pace with the rising cost ot one bank official commented, 'If you keep everything, you can't find anything Union, Coal Industry Set Rules for Pay Talks WASHINGTON (AP) -Top officials of the nation's soft coal industry and the United Mine Workers union met Thursday to set ground rules for contract talks covering some 80,000 miners in 21 states. No details were announced, but sources said the negotiations will begin in earnest here after Labor Day in an effort to reach agreement before the ; new method of financing the be available to cities and states Sept. 30 deadline. The coal ne-! Social Security system is "very within a few days, Labor guiwuiuiia u&utfiijr uC ucm iuimuch under consideration" by Secrearv James D. Hodgson the Nixon administration, it said. The rest will be portioned was disclosed Thursday. out after federal officials But Social Security Commis-j approve plans submitted by the' sioner Robert M. Ball said no ' communities, decision has been made whe- The money is part of $1. ther to ask Congress to approve billion allocated under the the proposed "pay as you go" Emergency Employment Act P'an- I signed Monday by President The plan, initially recom-jNixon mended by the 1971 Advisory aeeirfant as the first scientist-astronaut j Council on Social Security,! , ' pre selected for an American space would eliminate some of theor secretary for manpower, crew, sources reported Thurs-! steep payroll tax increases said the money would cover day. j which would occur in 1975 and salaries for a variety of Schmitt will be named to 1 1977 under a House-passed bill communjty service jobs includ-Apollo 17, the last of the moon which is now before the Senate ing firemen, policemen, teach- lancungs in tne Apoiio program. uumnuee. eTS pubiic health workers and - The proposed plan is designed pollution control employes. secret The union's executive committee already has authorized a strike for the Sept. 30 contract deadline if talks fail. 1st Scientist-Astronaut To Be Named to Crew SPACE CENTER, Houston (AP) Dr. Harrison H. Schmitt will be named Friday living. The tax rate and the amount of wages subjected to ireasury nas oeiayea me enec- inmates. It ended peaceably at May, state director of correc- veteran of two space flights, five date of the regulations to 5.-30 a.m. after Warden1 tion who administers the who will command the flight. Nov. 1, instead of Aug. 1 as Raymond May promised to get ! century-old institution, reported! The command module pilot, onginauy piannea. sources say fans for sweltering cellblocks' that "from all appearances who will remain in lunar orbit, 1 Social Security taxes would rise the regulations are being eXten-land meet Other demands. ipVPrvthinfT iq crnintr UPII" at thp uill Ko PnnaM W Fuanc 9 in nrnnnrfirm inn-aacno in (AP) - Apollo 15 commander! I think many people have.sively revised. Gov. Cecil D. Andrus began prison since the riot ended. iNavy lieutenant commander! earnings. Davia K. facott, terming tne contrmutea to tne pinnacles moon a dynamic place has we've reached . , . and we called for restoration of two know a great many individuals canceled Apollo shots and even- who have contributed all they tqal establishment . of per-. have," Scott said. "And be-manent science stations on the cause of that we left a small lunar surface. memorial on the moon. Scott, James B. Irwin and Al- "About 20 feet north of the fred M. Worden also told a rover in a small subtle crater news conference Thursday they there is a simple plaque wito 14 had left in the gray dust of the names," he said. "The names moon a simple plaque and a in alphabetical order are of all tiny silver figure of a fallen the astronauts and cosmonauts man as a memorial to 14 who who have died in the pursuit of have died in the pursuit of exploration of space. Near it is space exploration. a small figure representing a "I believe we should explore fallen astronaut." the moon to a far greater ex-! The white metal plaque bears tent than we are now," Scott the names of eight Americans said. "I think we should have a and six Russians, whole base of scientists up Four men have died during there, and I think we should space flight, all Soviet cosmo-have a Rover the would carry nauts. They 'were Vladmir six or eight men. I guarantee Komarov, who died when his they'll never get tired of find- parachute fouled on re-entry in Ing things. 1967, and the Soyuz 11 crew of "Anyplace you go there's a George Dobrovolsky, Vladislav wealth of material, new and un-Volkov and Viktor Fatsayev. usual scientific data." Scott killed when their craft sprung a said. "I think the moon is in- pressure leak during re-entry deed a fascinating place. I hes- last June 30. itate to use the words barren; The other Russians were Yuri and desolate. To us the moon A. Gagarin, the first man in was dynamic, beautiful and it space, killed in a plane crash in has character." 1 1968. and Pavel Belyayev, the He said that from lunar orbit , Voskhod 2 commander, who they spotted scores of places died following an operation in EJ that could be explored, and he 1970. said that the two canceled The Americans were Virgil I. Apollo flights, 18 and 19, should Grissom, Edward H. White and be restored "right now." .Roger B. Chaffee, the Apollo 1 Reduced Budget crew killed in a spacecraft fire The two flights were canceled during a launch pad test in because of a reduced space 1967; Theodore C. Freeman, El-agency budget. The Apollo pro- liott M. See Jr., Charles A. gram now is to end with Bassett II and Clifton C. Wil-Apollos 16 and 17 next year. liams, all killed in plane Sdott told of the memorial crashes, and Edward G. Givens left at Hadley Base, in the Jr., killed in an auto crash, moon valley where he and Ir-1. (More) Gov. Wallace Orders Busing Change LIQUORS WINES CORDIALS Minimum Prices ARTHUR DRUG 7 Mia ' -- J Pupil M By ASSOCIATED PRESS !some action" to prevent anoth-Alabama Gov. George Wall- !er integration plan which would ace challenged the federal gov- ir the predominantly black ernment Thursday to back . up . , , . ' President Nixon's stand against , Hobson Clty scn001 wlth a Pre-the use of federal desegregation dominantly white school at funds for busing, and he said he nearby Oxford. He said he would "help" the adminis- would have further announce-tration by reassigning a white ments, perhaps Friday, about pupil who had been transferred other schools, to a school 22 miles from her Under the Hobson-Oxford home. pairing plan, the first three The U.S. Commission on Civil grades would attend Hobson Rights, meanwhile, took issue and the 4th through 12th grades with Nixon's rejection of busing would go to Oxford. to acnieve integration, ana ine uvn Kisms commission, n. some Sruthern school districts a fart-findine aeencv estah- F;: 0 q 17 ; remained in a quandary over lished by Congress in 1957, said jH where they will get the money Nixon's statement "almost cer- K tor tne court-oraerea Dusing. tainiy win nave ... tne enect Tn Mont?nmerv. Alahama's nf nndflrminin? the Hpspprppa- ft Gov. Wallace told newsmen he tion effort." was trvins tn "hpln thp Prpsi- Thp Whitp Hnusp riisHnspH dent carry out his wishes" Wednesday that the President f against massive busing. has directed federal agencies Wallace said he ordered the involved in the matter to trv ' reassignment of Pamela Davis, wherever possible to bring a high school girl, under the about school integration without u. state's Dolice rower and a dutv the use of busing. And Pwxon k to "provide for the safety and has stated that none of the $1.5 Plans 0;her Action seeking to help ease the t announced he would "take be used for busing. RESIDENTIAL SPECIALISTS REDUCED PRICES Phone Wethersfield 529-7416 ""uSS? 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