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'4' A June 239 1983 Doctor well-versed in composing poetry 13A h :: PRICE 256 40411 Associated Press In a momentous shift of political clout from Congress to the presidenCy the Supreme Court today barred use of the "legislative veto" to thwart executive decisions The court in one of the most important separation-of-powers decisions in its history said today that the nation's founding fathers never meant to give Congress that much power The court by a 6-3 vote said Con General's hotograpi mAisnazned lomojog When a photo isn't 'Worth' 1000 words ' By SAMUEL HUDSON ' - Star-Telegram Writer Oops! Since the late 1940s the Star-Telegram has '- published and republished a photograph la- - ' beled "Gen William Jenkins Worth" That photograph is not a picture of the man for whom Fort Worth was named - " The latest — aria last — misidentified ap-- pearance of the photograph was on the cover - - of the Living section in the morning edition " : of the Star-Telegram June 6 It ran in con- : junction with a story on the life and times of Worth s ' ' - - --- The error was spotted by Patrick Norris - - curator of history at the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History Norris gently pointed - it out to a Star-Telegram reporter at the – unveiling of a historical plaque at City Hall : detailing Worth's career ' ---- Norris became familiar with likenesses of Worth in the course of researching and assembling an exhibit of memorabilia on the b general Norris didn't know who the man in the misidentified photograph was but it cer' ': tainly was notWilliam Jenkins Worth -! With the help of Norris and other scholars 17: the Star-Telegram has put together a collecSS tion of pictures that these scholars are more i than reasonably certain are Worth Some of - '' '' ' these pictures accompany this article k--- The next question about the misidentified h: photograph was of course if the man in the ' 7:: picture isn't Gen William Jenkins Worth !-:P then who is it One hypothesis that sprang up briefly was that if the picture isn't the Gen '''" Worth for whom Fort Worth is named then 4"- maybe it is a picture of a Gen Worth — perhaps of William Scott Worth son of 'Nil- - ham Jenkins Worth who was also a US Ai - my general ' ' -1Z At the suggestion of Martha A Sandweiss '::' curator of photographs at the Amon Carter w--- Museum a copy of the misidentified photo- -- graph was sent to the National Portrait Gal- lery ill Washington DC The National Por- 888 1 gress no longer may rely on the long-used device to set aside numerous government agency regulations and presidential orders ' The decision means Congress will have to scrap portions of more than 200 laws in which the veto device has been used to dictSte the spend- ing of billions of dollars ing of billions of dollars For example the legislative veto plays a key role in the iniportant 1973 War Powers Act As passedóby Congress — over the veto of then-President Richard M Nixon — the 14 RONALD KOTULAK gy RONALD KOTULAK Chicago Tribune News Service Some scientists believe that they 1410W how you can live longer but you probably won't like it Th4ir formula calls for eating less to maintain an ideal body weight Column one significantly reducing consump- tion of meats fat and protein that are associated with such killers as heart disease and cancer and eating more vegetables fruits seeds and other foods that appear to offer some protection against cancer lean disease and other disorders The rewards for following such a spartan diet could be considerable Dr Roy L Walford a researcher on aging at UCLA believes that it could extend the average life expectancy nearly 50 years ' People could routinely live to be 120 years old and still be in good health said Walford whose findings have led him to restrict his own diet - The key is "undernutrition" not 'enialnutrition" he said Undernutrition Weans a significant reductir in total calorie intake while vm act authorizes an end to the use of US armed forces in hostilities when both houses of Congress approve a concurrent resolution' Experts have predicted that it could take Congress decades to fully comply with today's decision The one-house veto and its cousin the two-house veto short-circuits the conventional way a law comes into being and has allowed Congress to exert much more influence on rule-making by the executive branch's agencies vet Under a fegislative vetolPlan Congress passes a law allowing the president or certain agencies to issue regulations having the effect of law The regulations are sent to Congress in the form of recommendations and will become law unless vetoed within a certain number of days by a majority vote Some legislative vetoes are the "one-house" variety under which executive recommendations are dashed by either chamber's disap trait Gallery is part of the Smithsonian tnstitution William F Stapp curator of photographs for the gallery later phoned with the news that he could make a positive identification of the man in the Mysterious photograph Was it at least a Gen Worth? :I'm afraid not'! said Stapp "This picture — you've been printing is a photograph made — around 1861 of Brigadier General Robert ( maintaining normal levels of irn portant nutrients such as vitamins 1 minerals fatty acids and essential amino acids he said o "I believe that gerontologists are not far from achieving substantial prolongation of human life span"' Watford wrote in his book Maxi- MUM Life Span "Indeed it seems fairly certain that maximum life span could already be prolonged up to 130 to 140 r years by the exercise of very stringent measures" he said While other researchers are not quite as adamant in calling for major dietary changes they agree that i growing body of new evidence shows nutrition is a more important factor in aging than previously realized Th" e missage coming out of the WILLIAMS JENKINS WORTH in an 1815 miniature oil portrait courtesy of Elizabeth G Peters Washington DC This Picture was painted when Worth was 21 and recovering from wounds he sustained in the War of 1812 in the Battle ol Niagara - Anderson Anderson was in command of Fort Sumter when the Rebels fired upon it ' "I was certain it was Robert Anderson when I took the picture out of the express mail envelope" Stapp said "I'm familiar with his face because of various researches I've done over the years Just to be sure checked this photograph against other photographs i Please see !Worth' on Page 2 laboratories is that "indolence and overeating" are linked to prezila7 ture aging while dietarymodifiratons and exercise are associated with long life ' 1 Two lines of 'research one -irv volving animal experiments and the other human population stzlies — point to the same conclusion: overeating leads to the priemature emergence of diseases thvt shorten the maximum life span that could be achieved on a less opulent diet This means that each excessive mouthful over a long period of time increases the risk of cancer heart disease high blood pressure diabetes and other chronic disorders that afflict an affluent and aging population - "The picture that is emerging is that diliry changes may prevent I ' ' : : r Maw 'Tribune Graphic Source i or postpone these 'age-related dis: eases" said Dr Hamish N Munro of I the US Department of Agriculure's : Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging at Tufts University "The results of animal studies pro: vide the strongest evidence sup- porting the donceprthat nutritional intervention may modify the aging process" he said There also is new evidence that it may not be too late to make the kind of changes in eating habits that may prolong life Even older animals that are put on restricted diets tend to live longer "It is therefore not too late to repent in adult life" Munro said Why we age is still a big biological mystery - Scientists have two Maintheories Aqlft is programmed in our g proval Some require two-house vetoes Under the more common — and only constitutional — procedure proposed laws have to pass through both houses of Congress and then be signed by the president If the president decides to veto a two-thirds vote in each house is needed to override the veto ' The 'Reagan administration as have administrations dating back to Franklin D Roosevelt opposed the - legislative veto Dr Morris Pollard NW Dame University — genes like a dock running down Aging is the result of a random accumulation of errors over time Insults from the environment such as radiation and chemicals damage cells gradually destroying the immune system and other organs to cause the symptoms of aging The immune system is vital to the body's health When it goes haywire the body is prey to all sorts of ills A deterioration of the immune system has been linked to all of the diseases of aging The new research does not suggest that people can live forever But it does say that people may be able to reach their maximum life span in good physical and ment4 health Pease see Is on Page 2 ' 'r t 1 Rangers belt fallen Angels aulihoRity By GAYLE'REAVES and DOUG CLARKE Star-Telegram Writers State county and local law enforcement officials predict it will take months or longer to unravel a tangle of slayings across the nation that Henry Lee Lucas has said he committed Lucas 46 who already is linked to the deaths of seven women in Texas has said he is responsible for the deaths of as many as 100 women in 17 states law enforcement officials said Several of the officials said they believe his statements He was indicted Friday on a charge of murder in the slaying of Kate Rich 80 of Ringgold It was at his arraignment Tuesday that State District Judge Frank Douthitt cautioned Lucas that murder is a serious crime and Lucas replied "I had about a hundred of - them (killings)" He then asked "Will I still be able to go on helping finding bodies?" When the judge asked Lucas if he was mentally competent to stand trial Lucas replied "There are about 100 women out there that say different I would say yes I think so I am guilty of it "I keep asking for help I know it ain't normal for a person just to go out and kill a girl that won't have sex with them" Lucas told Douthitt "They turned me looSe and told me to go back home They said 'You are all right' " The itinerant handyman convicted murderer and former mental patient is in Montague County Jail charged with murder in the death of Rich He also is charged with illegally possessing a pistol He has given statements about the deaths of women in Denton Travis Williamson and Hale counties and the list is not complete officials said Lucas Tuesday led officers to a field where human bones were found Officials believe they were The legislative veto has existed since 1932 but such provisions were not written into laws with any frequency until the 19705 Then-President Jimmy Carter attacked the practice after it played a key role in a congressional battle over warplane sales to Israel Egypt and Saudi Arabia The two-house veto loomed large more recently in the congressional dispute over President Reagan's Please see Congress on Page 2 rich of death oses puzzi for 1 w officers HENRY LEE LUCAS charged with murder the remains of his 15-year-old common-law wife The Denton County grand jury was meeting today officials there said They would not discuss what cases the grand jury was considering Concerning the other slayings Lucas talked about 97th District Attorney Jack McGaughey said "He has given sufficient detail that we should be able to corroborate them or not" He said Lucas who has been aiding officers in searching for bodies of his victims and drawing pictures of women he claims he killed is "better than you would think" as an artist The drawings cannot used for a positive identification of a slaying victim but they "will be very helpful" he said Please see Lawmen on Page 10 Think it over The optimist goes out and rings the bell the pessimist gives up and wrings his hands — Bill Ward Index Amusmts GB Cissy Stewart 1B Classified 3-19C Comics 2D Crossword 4D Dear Abby 2B Deaths 3D Ed Brice 11A Copyright 1983 Fort Worth Star-Telegram Weather Partly cloudy through Friday when chance of rain will be 20 - percent Low to1 night lower 70s high Friday near 90 —Details on DR 1 IC Horoscope 2D Lifestyle 1-5B l'siloneywatch 10C Opinions 18A Sports 1-9C Star Poll 15A Trinkle 11A TV 9B L"""""" 78TH YEAR NO 143 64 PAGES IN f1SECTIONSil p fonnommmmomnowomommmmm71Ewommoin7ovommormilt —777 77-N-N L ' - '' - ' : - - 1 ' ' - - - -- -- - -- I : -12'::z::::-1':-11:::''-' '''-- -- - -- ' '' : ' L 4 ' illilkv0 ' r -'is-1 t ' ' ' ' "- ' ' ''' ' ' ' - Z 06147f4—: ':: ' Rangers belt 0 - c " 4i''''''' S ':- :4Sai4 r ' ' iwi ''' -' 1 : ' 1 !'' 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June 239 1983 - — n composing poetry - I 13A ts ciao -- 4:'::4:"-" - --:r-'4'- :f:i 411 ci: ' PRICE 256 - ' - ' ' ---:''L- - --"p)‘ 4 cutholly ' ' Associated Press ' gress no longer inay rely On the ozing- I act authorizes' an end to' the use of Under a legislative vetotplan Con- proval Some require two-house The legislative veto has existed - - used device to set aside numerous US armed forces in hostilities gress passes a law allowing the presi- vetoes - a ' since 1932 but such provisions were ' In a momentous shift of political government - agency regulations when both houses of Congress ap- dent orcertain agencies to issue reg- Under the more common - and not written into laws with any freclout from Congress to the presiden- and presidential orders f : ': prove a concurrent resolution' ulations having the effect of law only constitutional - procedure quency until the 19705 Then-Presi- Cy the Supreme Court today barred ' ' ' The decision means Congress will 1 Experts have predicted that it The regulations are sent to Congress Proposed laws have to pass through dent Jimmy Carter attacked the use of the "legislative yeti)" to have to scrap portions of more than : could take Congress decades to fully in the form of recommendations both houses of Congress and then be practice after it played a key role in thwart executive decisions 200 laws in which the veto device comply with today's decision and will become law unless b s vetoed signed by the president If the presi- a congressional battle over war-' The court in one of the most im- has been used to dictSte the spend- ' The one-house veto and itscousin within a certain num ro ays ya dent decides to veto a two-thirds plane sales to Israel Egypt and Sau- portant separation-of-powers deci- ing of billions of dollars the two-house veto short-circuits majority vote ' - vote in each house is needed to over- di Arabia sions in its history said today that For example the legislative veto the conventional way a law comes i ride the veto The two-house veto loomed large ' ' the nation's founding fathers never plays a key role in the inipor Some legislative vetoes are the The 'Reagan administration as tant into being and has allowed Con-' more recently in the congressional "one-hotise" variety under which have administrations dating back to Meant to give Congress that much 1973 War Powers Act As passed'by : gress to exert much more influence dispute over President Reagan's power - ' Congress - over the veto of then- on rule-making by the executive executive recommendations are Franklin D Roosevelt opposed the - : - d : The court by a 6-3 vote said Con- President Richard M Nixon - the branch's agencies Please see Congress on Page 2 ''' - ashed by either chamber' - s disap-- legislative veto - - General 's :334:: 7 4 : - a - "1 la : '' :-- ::" ' '- a! 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' - v- - - - - te - ---1(0 - : ::: '':'1'j (: r ::''1'':-:! r:!''::' and DOUG CLARKE -----: ' ' 'Worth' 1000 words r i::n' : - rs :- m:-::::v-::::: 4 Star Telegram Writers t i 74 '''mtr 4' '' ' I - ---1-:: - -3 g ::!:i :: :t- f: ' : i -- '-::- 4 State county and local law en- 00-9!400t t - '-4 t' - I - - '-- - 'z- 4-4v y-- - - ? : - 0 - - t -' 442 ' - "-'---3 -t-?:7:'---!::41-) forcement officials predict it will By SAN1UEL HUDSON ' :' ii ts - take months or longer to unravel a 4::::::::H " ::::'A J - i::1-j: : : z:::m: c - Star Telegram Writer - ' ' ' ''1 !: 7 tangle of slaings across the nation y : i :5 : :' ::1" ' :44' ' - 4 r ! 4 -:-i'-' -:- 'i' : ::: : ::: ' ':': k' - ' Oops! - - : 4 i' :::k i - s- '-:t - that Henry Lee Lucas has said he ‘kp4"4104 - - ' 7 Since the late 1940s the Star-Telegram has :: f k !' !- : :: - -1''" :' t -:-:i'- r V? r-i ' committed - !-:4 -11 k le ::4 4:-t: ii i- Lucas 46 who already is linked to ' :) §-:::::::: ::"i: - 1 published and republished a photograph la- !:: : - : - : beled "Gen William Jenkins Worth" That -' the deaths of seven women in Texas : l Zv:::!::::2: ':::: : 14:::-::: : - -- photograph is not a picture of the man for s - - ' :!:- - '"' -"' has said he is responsible for the ic: : e J t"'"::::: :1 I: whom Fort Worth was named ':':-11 s r- - : i: lt"-:-:::H: ::::: k43t :: 1 1 ":- ' - : P:' ! - N4e -!:u ::!:06:::::-v p:-!: deaths of as many as 100 women in 17 states law enforcement officials ' :: -r: !-'r li::::64:tei4:: i '1 - ' The latest - and last -- misidentified ap- i 4 said Several of the officials said i:-- :-mk :1 ::: ::::::: :T1 1 !: we"- ' pearance of the photograph was on thecoyer " 1 - ' - '': -:- they believe his statements -' - '' - : K : : :: 5:':::: 3 3 : ti::' -''INV :::::!: -3::::::e' 3 1 3 ' of the Living section in the morning ediiion r'''''t" ? P3kk '103RornR3 erilv: k charge of murder in the slaying Of 0 3::::' He was indicted Friday on a k ::t:0A 1-:::i:::7-:i-f1 - :! - "-" of the Star Telegram June 6 It ran in con- ::: ' ?i:- j:'0?i- ':::i :n:" : i i -- - junction with a story on the life and times of ) '- ‘1: e-7:r4- Kate Rich 80 of Ringgold Worth - - -4:-k4 - 41-1 s ?-1 s ' - ' e ' - 4 t k4r c -Ik '4'v' iz'i ‘° (1: li'k: ‘ 1' It was at his arraignment Tuesday k 4C- 7::14440: "?' : : ):: s -4's:9 :1 -:::'N $':-JA: v: 4: : :: N- 'i i ! :' ' : 4 ':- '- --s::1:::::: 4 ::44t a 1 - -:1 11 4 te "- - The error was spotted by Patrick Norris that State District Judge Frank 7 4' r 1 1 (7 t - Al- A 14 : -te: :---v : 4 -z : $''::::::'! Douthitt cautioned Lucas that mur- ':''-:4if ::4 si':::q1 " curator of history at the Fort Worth Museum ''-i :' 4': :: :1 '17- '' 1i''''' - Of Science and History Norris gently pointed !-: '': : I 43 o' - der is a serious crime and Lucas :'('"': :'a:'4: V- '-r-k::::11'1 - - -4"-:: 'Vk::- :t::A-' '"i'- -i- " ' replied "I had about a hundred of - -tiN:?::f:' 4 t:11 - it Cnit to a Star-Telegram reporter at the i-' 7'"- :?' - : I p -:: unveiling of a historical plaque at City Hall ' -:) t-t tt : i - : — them (killings)" He then asked ::': : r 4 A :-3- l' ':' detailing Worth's career- - ' : '':' ? f - 2 4 - : t )''' "Will I still be able to go on helping - '-'' -'' ' :' ''"'' :":C1-- finding bodies?” IENRY LEE LUCAS I --- 4 Norris became familiar with likenesses of ' --( -: w I :::''2''':'" ::: When the judge asked Lucas if he ' - Worth in the course of researching and as ) :'-:-:: 'r charged with murder ': '' '''''' "" 4 '' '" was mentally competent to stand '-v sembling an exhibit of memorabilia on the ::::His:: J:' '- 0 trial Lucas replied "There are : general Norris didn't know who the man in :'z'--:-'''z''::-t'L j -4'- X 'i-- : ::- : -! - the misidentified photograp h was but it cer- - k-:--: ---'' "i : i-: ''' tainly was not‘William Jenkins Worth q: t -: i : : : - :i : : dabifofuerteln00twi womoueindosialyt ytheesriettilliiantksal tmhoenrelamwaiwnisfeo! his 15-year-old corn- :'3 '-- - :4 ' - :--'-'' ::' '' ei- --1!::- -':-z-::-: I am guilty of it ' The Denton County grand jury : With the help of Norris and Other scholars 4: : :-!::41- - : :-:::: : r ::': :: :i : :-:- : --2:- -: 4''' the Star Telegram has put together a collec- '-- -"- : )- : ' !s-: - ::: : : : i - :! -- : : go rf oarpheerlspor i Is' tktnoogwo '4 tion of pictures that these scholars are more ' - - ' i t iink' tene Po rams kailnf said was meeting eetyi nwg otuoldda not 0 tofficials d discuss there w what ' - 117 th envn nc ' not and kill a oiri that won't havp stay cases the grand jury was consider Associati ''In a mc clout fror cy the Su use of t thwart ei The col portant s sions in i the natio meant to power The col pita A By Star Si pub - bele pho — whc Th pear of th of tt junc Wor Th cura of Sc - it or unve deta Nr Wor semi gene - the r tam A W t the ! 4 tion than thes1 rn - phot picti then A brie Wor 4"- may Or pert ham my At cura Mus graf lery t 14 Y9 to si ti al hl pt 6s( 11 - Si D 1: 11 ti ti Is " 1 vat dim Ten 1 11 "71 to orn rim 13141 11131 Ift A a 11U WY' o longer e 9 4 by' RONALD KOTULAK ' d Chicago Tribune News Service ' Radamd 1 Some scientists believe that they dat i050 (12i13 IO - I Clif°6467 1 9err1- fu roe s s diterriOree know how you can live longer but al d da Ws you probably won't like it Neale a mad I Thsir formula calls for eating less dlocortjho to maintain an ideal body weight Ins 11Pan:of A G- 000 0 0 eA'AS 1 & ko Column one MII200 900 1111 00 Mir boar30 11411) Ittot- owyesellrnr Chicteo'Tribune Graphic Source Dr Morris Pollard Notre Dame University - ! 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