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DL I KOir i H'iT. PK' I SS S-A I riday, .Ian. .'!(!, 'Tfi fir 7- may Asm mom Am jm , 77 OO tf l, H M if " ft N If I t f 1 1 ri v V L.tLJiJ iiVe Pleads Guilty Rep. James R. Jones,, a Democratic c6ngress-nian from Oklahoma who once was President Lyndon B. Johnson's appointments secretary, pleaded guilty Thursday of failing to report a $1,000 to $2,000 campaign contribution from the Gulf Oil Corp. The charge, brought by the special Watergate prosecutor, is a misdemeanor and carries a maximum penalty of one year in prison and a $1,000 fine. Continued from Page 1A lated their involvement in Angola in recent months, he said. A high administration official told the Free Press two weeks ago that he expected a new request for about $;"0 million. The administration has already spent $32 million in Angola in a once secret program operated by the CIA which came to public light in December. , KISSINGER'S detailed de fense came only two days after the House voted resoundingly to cut off secret Angola funding. The vote was 323 to 99, with many congressmen indicating that they feared "another Vietnam" in Angola. The Senate voted to cut off aid last December by an impressive margin, 54 to 22. But Kissinger stuck to his guns, insisting, as he has in several press conferences, that the Soviet Union and Cuba have threatened to upset Cass 'Bigfool' Rape-Slaying' Suspect Held Continued from Page 1A Mayweathcr may have been involved. ASKED SPECIFICALLY if Mayweathcr is the person tagged as Bigfoot for some or all of the seven rape-murders in the Cass Corridor last year, Tannian said, "We're not prepared at this point to make that absolute statement." Maywealher faces examination Feb. 6 in River Rouge and Feb. 9 in Detroit. Carl R. Mayweather Sr., the suspect's father, said Thursday that his son is innocent. "He's got girlfriends, so many girlfriends that he can't keep up with them. He doesn't need to go out and rape women." - The elder Mayweather, who lives on a cattle ranch he runs in Belleville, said his son left work at 9:10 p.m. Tuesday and he didn't think his son had time to commit the rape in River Rouge. His-son is a vice-president in the family moving business, May weather's Mov- I ing & Delivery Co.. 7(542 W. McNichols, the father said. j "The younger Maj wether was arrested on a rape charge j II years ago and pleaded j guilty to a lesser offense in the : case, indecent liberties with a minor female, in July lilfil. He 1 received two year's probation ; and a $.10 fine. I The man known as Bigfoot I in the Cass Corridor chose j prostitutes as victims for rape and sometimes murder. Scien- tific methods will be used in ' an attempt to link the rape- I murders to Mayweather,. as ! there are no eyewitneses to any of the killingspolice said. tannian asked Thursday that the news media not show Mayweather's face, to prevent ' any possible bias on the part of witnesses who may take part in police lineuns. The police chief explained later that police were, atempt-ing to get Mayweather to co- , operate with the investigation a n d the only thing Mayweather had asked of the police was that his mother not see him on a tclevison news report. Sherif f and Board rr 1 J ! raiime on jau Continued from Page 3A E. Smith, "The people out there in ho way don't want no jail at the Wayne County Hospital." THURSDAY'S meeting was interrupted several times by commissioners who asked what motions were being debated. ' When Commissioner Rose Mary Robinson asked Commissioner Edward Michalski, who chaired the meeting, the precise wording jf a motion on where prisoners should be held, Michalski grew angry. "This is getting more and more ridiculous," he said. "People keep walking in and out, getting coffee, smoking . . . How can (hey know what's being discussed?" Robert Groenlcer, a planning consultant for the Michigan Department of Corrections, said cprrections officials would approve the use of building "N" at Wayne County General as a "temporary" holding area, though it does not meet with the state's jail standards, providing the commissioners agree to begin construction of a new jail within one year. LEONARD PROCTOR, a Wayne County auditor, said prisoners, should be held in building "L" at Wayne County General. He said Lucas' plan for use of building "N" would interfere with hospital plans to use the building for administrative purposes. Lucas and the commissioners are defendants in a class action suit filed by jail inmates in 1971. It is that suit which led to an order by a three-judge Circuit Court panel that Lucas stop admitting prisoners to the jail until the jail's population falls below a court-ordered ceiling of 720. Jail Inmate Hangs Self An 18-year-old prisoner was found hanged late Thursday night in his cell in the Wayne County Jail. Steve Alicia, who livod on Detroit's west side, was found dead by Deputy William Biakey as he was making a routine check of cells at 11:07 p.m. Lt. Eugene O'Grady, in charge of the midnight shift, said Alicia was hanging from the cell door by a bedsheet. Alicia was taken to Detroit General Hospital and pronounced dead on arrival. O'Grady said he assumed the cell previously had been checked no later than 10:30 p.m. Normally the cells are checked about every half-hour, O'Grady said. Alicia was in the cell alone. 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