The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on October 7, 1971 · Page 9
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QUEENIE By Phil Intel-land? Kin Feature. Syndicate. In«- 1971 Wotltl rights Ogden Standard-Examiner, Thursday, October 7, 1971 \ •± -was unflappable all day until I got involved with the telephone company. Then I got flappable I Muskie Tries Again To Explain Views On Black Candidate NEW YORK (UPD-Sen. Edmund S. Muskie has issued another explanation of his statement that a black candidate for vice president would be a handicap to the ticket. Muskie was one of four persons mentioned as possibilities for the Democratic presidential nomination who were in town Wednesday. As has often been the case lately, the Maine senator again found himself ed community boards. "There is an attitude on the streets that the people wil receive from the system only what they have the cleverness or strength to obtain," he said. Harris said that while a central government should run services affecting a city as a whole, community boards should have final authority- over such things as taxation, police discussing the black vies su^u umis^ «•? •.**«—--.---, r —-_- president statement. budgeting, fire protection, edu- At a news conference, Muskie j cation, sanitation and recrea- said his statement in Losjtion. • , Angeles was not intended to be McGovern and Hams are trie a decision. . lonly two of the four that are "In Los Angeles, I made the [announced presidential candi- point that blacks are not in a j dates. • position of equality; whether! nsT0 ^ (UPI )_s e n. George it's political opportunity, job! B ^gL^D-S.D., said opportunity, educational °PP°5'! ^ edn Sg, Veh ™'decided to enter tunity or,any other^areas^o t hf-Massachusetts 'Democratic . "**- _ ... . ._ ei.__»»»«« about his statement that ? S"""».-."' ] 5' Mass black vice presidential candi- Kejmeoy• ™ass date would be a handicap on|__ ive . "J^r 1 ,_"_ „,.„„,} ™ 0 the ticket. "Oh yes, I was saying that, he said. "But that was not a decision, this was an opinion of *"-£" rr--y - oint the present status of blacks m major focal point terms.of political opportunity injcampa^ ^ ___ ______ &&&&*• 'iKennedy would himself seek the FAIL TO RESPOND (Democratic nomination in 1972. Later he spoke to a Liberal 1 ri.euueuj »uv. AA ^ "*•"•' °. — to come into the Massachusetts primary," said McGovern I plan to make Massachusetts a * . e i ~* n ;nt rtf mv my Party banquet and said America's liberals have not responded WILL EMERGE Sen. Kennedy is apparently and taxes, poverty, hunger particularly, crime. "While some politicians pandered to people's fears with swift and easy answers, most liberals responded first by ignoring the issue of crime, and then by denouncing those who pointed to the problem," he said. . "Liberals let others create the impression that law and order was a black versus white issue... An so we forfeited- the support we should have gained for the rule of law." He said liberals must learn to "respond when an issue like rising crime threatenes the safety and confidence of our citizens." „, _ • , Sen. George McGovern of South Dakota said if he is elected president he would first end the war and second "grant general amnesty," to. young men who fled the country or went to jail rather than fight in Southeast Asia. Mayor John V. Lindsay, who until recently was a Republican, said Nixon administration programs catered to big ^/A V/p 1 - *• ' * •*" •---—- -, - - ___business and the privileged classes, while excluding much of America. : FINAL SAY Sen. Fred Harris of OklahO; ma appeared with Muskie and McGovern at hearings of the New York State Democratic coalition. Harris called for decentralization of big city governments into smaller elect ca's liberals have not resporaea -— —£- ^ -^g to correctly to _ such issues _as ^tent^or tn ^.^ __ ^ •or" McGovern said. "But at some point in the future I expect Ssen. Kennedy w 111 emerge as a presidential candidate." McGovern, appearing on a television talk show Wednesday | at the start of a four-day swing through Massachusetts, criticized President Nixon's handling of the economy, including the continuance of import quotas on heating oil. "The oil import quota is ridiculous," he said, "especially with the power shortage we have throughout the country. , ."Every consumer, and especially those in New England, are paying through the nose because of the quota. "It amounts .to American citizens paying a tariff to the oil industry." . Excellent Supply Of Raw Materials WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. (AP) — Raw materials found on the huge Navajo Reservation include coal, oil, gold, silver, copper, vanadium, uranium, cement, limestone, clay and gyp- The Navajo Forest Products Industries produces about 40 million board feet of lumber annually for commercial use. There are 472,716 acres of commercial, timber on the reservation. LOST TWO YEARS IN PAPERWORK JUNGLE, SAILOR GETS RELEASE SAN DIEGO (UPI) - An El Paso saUor that the Navy "lost for two years in a maze of paP™k>" ^JTv a dared a deserter, has been ordered discharged by a Dv. e "Kilgore, 25, a communications yeoman, was transferred from the amphibious warfare base : in ^oronada Calif., to Vietnam in 1969 and got a week of leave in El e was to report to Norton Air Force Base, Calif., for transportation but was bumped from two .flights. The Navy then told Kilgore to stay m El Paso and await further orders. The sailor said he obeyed, "kept my trabagTacked'' and made weekly attempts to determine ^ Se'waifeffrom June 1969, to July 1971. Then he asked Ms congressman for help in getting a discharge. The Navy responded by arresting the sailor who presented his case to U.S. District Judge Edward J. SchwarU The judge said Kilgore's enlistment "has run a rather unusual and rocky course." 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