The Kansas City Star from Kansas City, Missouri on January 6, 1984 · 9
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The Kansas City Star from Kansas City, Missouri · 9

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n 0 Pbg?2A The Kansas City Star Friday January 6 1964 Crucial days ahead lor all candidates By Donald Af Roth berg Asocitd Press writer Washington— It’s time to circle dates on the 1984 calendar— birthdays anniversaries the Super Bowl Fir those addicted to presidential politics March 20 is a date to keep in mind TFT?1? That’s day of the nois primary It’s the date Walter Mondale might lock up the Democratic presidential nomination It also might be the day his White House dream is shaken if not shattered Political buffs will circle Feb 20 the day of the Iowa caucuses and Feb 28 when the New Hampshire primary will be held and March 13 which is Super Tuesday when Democrats in nine states will hold primaries or caucuses Any of those contests could reveal a vulnerability in the Mondale candidacy which now looks so formidable It all could unravel quickly for th£ former viee president if he suffers the fate of other presidential front-runners and stumbles in Iowa or New Hampshire A victory in Iowa could still be a loss if Sen John Glenn of Ohio or Sen Alan Cranston of Califor-niacomes close The New Hampshire primary is another booby trap where the voters seem to delight in turning their backs on favorites and giving a boost to a dark horse Sen Gary Hart of Colorado and Sen Ernest F Rollings of South Carolina are counting on that With Alabama Georgia and Florida Democrats voting on March 13 and caucuses being held in Arkansas Mississippi and South Carolina four days later the South’s voice speaks loudly in the post-Iowa and New Hampshire flurry If you have a complaint or a question about news coverage call Donald D Jones the papers' reader representative His number is 234-4487 Will Jesse Jackson benefit from an outpouring of black voters in the South? Will Reubin Askew Of Florida lock up his home state delegation? Does Mr Glenn’s background as a Marine and astronaut give him a special T:al in the South ? the answer to all those questions turns out to be yes Mr Mondale is in trouble But a more likely result is that he will win more than he loses and the big question will become can he be stopped and by whom Mr Glenn is the likeliest challenger There may be hordes of voters out there ready to respond to his All-American image and give the lie to accounts that his campaign has been a disappointment Sen Alan Cranston is counting on mobilizing the peace movement into an effective base Mr Jackson wants to build a base of the have-nots in American society Mr Hart Mr Hollings Mr Askew and George McGovern are hoping to benefit from voters sending a message that they want “none of the above” when it comes to choosing between Mr Mondale and Mr Glenn The economics of the campaign forces these second-line candidates to choose between Iowa and New Hampshire and one or two other states They must pick their spots If one or two of them manages a surprising showing and if Mr Mondale doesn’t lock it up in events through March 17 then Illinois becomes decisive That diverse state could present a good test if the contest is down to Mr Mondale and Mr Glenn The Byzantine politics of Chicago the bitter rivalry between Mayor Harold Washington and Cook County Democratic leader Edward Vrdolyak would finally get a test PUBLISHER'S NOTICE January 6 1964 Vo! 104 No 93 KANSAS CITY STAR (ISSN0745-1067) The Kansas City Star is pubMsftad dally axcapISatur-days and weekday holidays Subscriptions to The Kansas City Star and Times (12 issues a week) are available either by home delivery or by mail By man postage prepaid morning evening and Sunday (12 issues a week) in Missouri and Kansas $1010 a month residents in Kansas add 3 sales tax elsewhere in the United States and United States possessions $1 1 05 a month In foreign countries $2745 a month Subacrip ttons to morning and Sunday or evening and Sunday editions (7 issues a week) are available either by home delivery or by mail By mail postage prepaid morning and Sunday or evening and Sunday (7 issues a week) in Missouri and Kansas $850 a month residents in Kansas add 3 sales tax elsewhere in the United States and United States possessions $000 a month in foreign countries $1925 a month Second class postage paid at Kansas City Mo Publication office 1 729 Grand Avenue Kansas City Mo 64 108 On to Paris in political fund-raiser By The Associated Press Baton Rouge La— If you want to see Louisiana’s governor-elect or almost any other top politician in the state in late January you’ll have to go to Paris In what’s being billed as the biggest political fundraiser ever third-time Gov -elect Edwin Edwards and 500 supporters legislators and reporters are going to France with side trips to Brussels and Monte Carlo “We’re getting so many legislators we could hold the next session over there or on the planes coming and going” said Mike Baer Senate secretary and one of the organizers Mr Edwards hopes the trip will retire the $44 million debt he incurred by spending close to $13 million to win the governorship for an unprecedented third time “I sure hope this liquidates all of it When I take office March 12 we’d like to have the debt cleared from the books ” he said Supporters are paying $10000 a person or they get two free tickets if they contributed $25000 or more to the Edwards campaign and are willing to “forgive” $20000 of the debt The group will leave New Orleans Jan 19 aboard two planes — an Air France 747 and a Sabena DC-10— and return Jan 26 “It’s going to be a fun trip — but one that will be of great benefit to the state too It’s social trip a cultural trip and an economic trip” said Marion Edwards the governor’s brother and his campaign manager There will be a black-tie dinner at Versailles with heralds trumpeting as the group arrives visits to 10 of the finest restaurants in Paris a special Mass at Notre Dame Catheral a champagne dinner-show at the Lido and a cocktail party at the Eiffel Tower JANUARY FUR CLEARANCE! SAVE 33 TO 66 OFF Here are some fine examples of fur coats that have been drastically reduced for immediate clearance All coats subject to prior sale L — loehmann'8 plaza metcalf at 90th P— country club plaza jefferson at 48th D— downtown 14 eat 1 1th petticoat lane 7 Mother’s walks help free her son Evidence gathered on street led to release in slaying By Tha Associated Press Newark NJ— A mother who walked through sections of Newark where drug trafficking is common to seek information about a killing finally has gathered enough evidence to help convince officials her son is innocent Jerome Mills 19 who was held for nine months on a murder charge before being freed Dec 22 said he sometimes thought he might be convicted because the authorities “always win ’ ’ But he also said he drew strength from his deeply religious mother who read him Bible passages daily over the telephone “Right now it’s still like Christmas in a way He’s home” said his mother Margaret Mills Her son was arrested March 21 and was charged in the death Aug 18 1982 of Christopher Jarvis 17 who was kidnapped and later found shot to death in Newark Three witnesses tentatively identified Mr Mills as resembling the kidnapper The murder occurred 12 days after the death penalty was reinstated in New Jersey and Vincent Carlesimo Essex County public defender said the prosecutor’s office was wrapped up in a “death penalty fever” when Mr Mills was arrested Charges were dropped last month when authorities decided that evidence would be insuffi cient said George Schneider county prosecutor Mrs Mills said she spent much of the time her son was in jail walking through areas of Newark where drug trafficking is common “I say I was led by God to go into that area seeking information at night ’ ’ she said “She did— at least initially— what the defense team and the prosecutor’s office were unable Nevada sets big fines for skimming By The Associated Press Las Vegas Nev — Two Stardust Hotel owners have agreed to pay a record $3 million in fines and give up their licenses to operate three casino hotels because of an alleged skimming operation officials said Thursday Under the tentative agreement the license revocations will be delayed for 130 days allowing Allan Sachs and Herb Tobman an opportunity to sell the casinos The Nevada State Gaming Commission is scheduled to act on the matter Tuesday During the 130-day period a The column by CW Gusewelle which appears on this page Monday Wednesday and Friday will resume Monday court-appointed management team will run the Stardust and the state also has the right to appoint supervisors for the Fre mont and Sundance casinos The agreement was reached between attorneys for the two owners and the state Gaming Control Board If approved by the commission the action nega tes the need for a scheduled Jan 16 license revocation hearing The Gaming Control Board filed a 19-count complaint against the Stardust last month after a search of the casino cage The complaint which sought $39 million in fines along with the li cense revocations alleged $15 million had been skimmed and the operators had committed 222 violations of state law The two owners do not admit to tSmnliBiiir Antiques AND FINE ARTS GALLERY Now Showing A FINE ANTIQUES ESTATE SALES TO BENEFIT THE UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO 6219 OAK 444-4774 SULPZZ s" srnms Fur product labatod to tbow oounby ol origin of Irnportad lure confotf0?1 etching shut Cotrfofitoi f I I i if we HOT BE 'S — J PaddtA Rails Vinyl : ifipb i - I S hut Sits i Pmcak - Satin 3T I i i I i i i i M Quantity pta custom pubutUA Tinancinq Avaitabit Visa and Hastc4L INDEPENDENCE I LCRaNSas I GLaOSTONE im t 23 1 iNDiaN springs 1 uoo m Z5Z-VS3 2SS7Z003 1 V i to do” said Ollie Douglas who represented her son with Mr Carlesimo Mrs Mills said she received several names of other possible suspects and eventually learned that a man with the same first name as her son and an identical profile might be the real killer Her son was stabbed while in the Essex County jail and lost some teeth in a fight “1 love my mother and I’m thankful for what she did for me" Mr Mills said Mrs Mills Ls a bus attendant for the Newark School Board She ran up telephone bills of more than $150 a month because her son called collect every day and she read him the 23rd and 91st Psalms and told him to recite them to himself seven times “I feel that all the glory belongs to God” Mrs Mills said “I’m glad to be home” her son said adding that he is now looking for a job any of the board ’s allegations in the stipulation But they also gave up their rights to appeal the action to any courts of law or to sue the state Under the stipulation Trans-Sterling Inc which Ls licensed as the parent company of the three resorts will be fined $13 million Karat Inc which operates the Stardust will pay a fine of $14 million Mr Sachs will personally pay a $200000 fine and Mr Tobman will be fined $100000 They and their companies will have to pay all the costs of the license revocation proceedings and Trans-Sterling must pay the board $200000 to use to employ managers auditors and security personnel at the three resorts

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