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Wednesday, April 12, 1972

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news briefs
by The Associated Press
REP. CORNELIUS E. GALLAGHER (D-N.J.), has been charg-
ed with evading more than $100,000 in income taxes, perjury, and
conspiracy by a federal grand jury, the Justice Department an- I
nounced yesterday.
Gallagher, a seven-term congressman from Bayonne, N.J., was
accused of evading taxes on more than $186,000 of personal income
over a two-year period. He was also charged with assisting 529 unin-
dicted co-conspirators including former Jersey City major Thomas
Whelan and former Jersey City city council president Thomas Fla-
herity, to evade taxes on an additional $326,000.
THE IRISH REPUBLICAN Army (IRA) began strengthening
its barricades around Londonderry's Roman Catholic Creggan
district yesterday with the aim of building a miniature Berlin-
style wall.
The guerrillas ordered tall concrete blocks topped by wire netting
to replace the present barriers of burnt-out cars, trucks and buses.
Additional watchtowers were also planned.
The IRA controls the district and administers it as part of
what they call Free Derry.
AT THE ANGELA DAVIS TRIAL yesterday, a San Quentin
Prison sergeant testified that he took a carbine from an escape
van so he could get to a wounded prosecutor inside the vehicle.
Under cross-examination Sgt. Joseph Murphy said he could not
account for failing to mention his removal of the carbine when he'
made his first reports on the shootout Aug. 7, 1970.
Murphy also corroborated testimony given Monday by Eugene
Fontaine, Marin County assistant coroner, who said he believed the
first shot came from inside the van.
* * * .
BRITAIN'S LABOR party was plunged deeper into crisis
yesterday as two more leading advocates of the membership in
the European Common Market quit the party leadership..
Lord Chalfont, Laborite spokesman on foreign affairs and defense
in the House of Lords, said he was resigning because of the party's
hostile attitude to Common Market entry and "policies toward West-
ern Europe."
Within hours another of Labor's parliamentary spokesmen on
defense, Dr. David Owen, quit the party's high command on the
same grounds.
Chalfont and Owen are the fourth and fifth Labor leader to
resign over the Market issue.
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CALIFORNIA'S FACILITY for mentally disturbed criminals
and suspects faces substantiated charges that staff members
tampered with patients' records.
One effect of the record alteration was to force some patients to
stay longer than necessary, state officials said.
The charges of deliberate record-changing were made at Atas-
cadero State Hospital, California's maximum security facility for
mentally disordered or mentally ill criminal inmates and defendants.
The facility in San Luis Obispo County houses 1,300 men - many
of them sex offehders.
Mental Hygiene Director J. M. Stubblebine, said a major reason
for the challenged practices was indirect or direct pressure from
courts and prosecutors.
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U.S.

criticized

or policies on
Lati n America
WASHINGTON UR - A 10-day meeting of the Organiza-
tion of American States (OAS) opened yesterday at the Pan
American Union with criticism of U.S. Latin American policy.
A 37-point agenda awaited action by the meeting but most
of the attention was centered on Chile's attiude toward insin-
uations that the United States sought to block the 1970 elec-
tion of President Salvador Allende.
Anibal Palma, -undersecretary for foreign affairs and
chief of Chile's delegation .to the meeting, said Chile will ac-
cuse the United States of violating an OAS charter provision
which prohibits intervention in the internal or external af-
fairs of any state.
Palma said he will base the al-(" -__
lega tion on documents released
last month by columnist Jack An-Ay en.
desnand attributed to officials

-Associated Press
Itlai nstudent protest
Helmeted and club-swinging police surround a car where some
demonstrators took shelter during clashes between leftist stu-
dents and police in Naples, Italy yesterday.
TABLING REJECTED:
Senate set to vote on
Pres. ear powers

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National Observer
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New York Times
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-LEO MISHKIN
Morning Telegraph

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WASHINGTON - The Senate
refused yesterday to make a
proposed limitation on presiden-
tial war powers apply to the
conflict in Indochina.
The Senate then moved tow-
ard passage of a bill designed
to strengthen the hand of Con-
gress in initiating hostilities af-
ter refusing to sidetrack the
me4sure.
The bill, previously approved
unanimously by the Senate :- xe-
ign Relations Committee, would
limit the president to emer-
gency use of the armed forces
and then only for 30 days in the
absence of a declara ion of war
by Congress.
The key vote was the 60-26
decision not to send the bill to
the Judiciary Committee for 45
days for a study of iLs constitu-
tionality.
An amendment requiring dec-
laration of war on North Vit-
nam, proposed by Sen. Mike
Gravel {D.-Alaska), was tabled
78-7.
Another Gravel amendment to
make the bill applicable to pre-
sent hostilities unless Congress
declares war within 15 days was

defeated by a 72-11 roll-call vote.
Arguing for a direct vote on a
declaration of war against North
Vietnam, Gravel asserted: "If
there is support for our activ-
ity in Indochina, I hope Con-
gress will have the candor to
sanctify those hostilities by de-
claring war."
Sen. Roman Hruska (R-Neb.)
moved to send the bill to the
Judiciary Committee for no more
than 45 days. He expressedcon-
cern that it was an illegal at-
tempt to amend the Constitu-
tion by statute instead of the
amendment procedure requiring
ratification by three-fourth of
the states.
Javits, the measure's c h i e f
sponsor, said the vote was a test
of whether there would be legis-
lation in this field.
Sen. John Stennis (D-Miss.)
chairman of the Senate Armed
Services Committee and a co-
sponsor of the bill, said in a
Senate speech Monday that "the
plain mandate of the Constitu-
tion is that Congress "declare
war."

of the International Telephone &
Telegraph Corp., (ITT) which has
multi-million-dollar h o I d i n g s
in Chile.
The documents indicate t h a t
ITT made repeated efforts to 'win
U.S. backing for a campaign to
prevent Allende's installation as
president in November, 1970.
Palma, who will outline Chile's
position in an address to the as-
sembly on Friday, said in an in-
terview that there is nothing in
the memoranda which indicates
that any warning was given to
ITT by U.S. officials that the
firm's activities were a. violation
of the OAS charter.
The State Department has de-
nied the U.S. engaged in any im-
proper activities.
It is reliably reported also that
Ecuador will use the assembly
meeting as a 'forum for renewing
accusations that the United States
is engaging in economic, coercion
against Ecuador in the prolonged,
fishing-rights dispute between the
two nations.
In retaliation for Ecuador's ser-
ies of seizures of U.S. fishing ves-
sels, the Congress recently approv-
ed an amendment cutting off aid
to Ecuador.
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aide gives
testimony"
WASHINGTON (P) - One of act-
Ing Atty. Gen. Richard Klein-
dienst's top aides yesterday ack-
nowledged improper behavior by a
U.S. attorney in San Diego but
defended Kleindienst's decision
not to sack the official.
Life Magazine charged recently
the Kleindienst had, cleared U.S.
Attorney Harry Steward of any
wrongdoingaafter Steward alleg-
edly stepped in to block prosecu-
tion in 1970 of prominent Repub-
licans for arranging what the
magazine called illegal contribu-
tion of $2068 to President Nixon's
campaign.
Meanwhile, Columnist Jack An-
derson said Rep. Chet Holifield
(D-Calif.) took $500 from Inter-
national Telephone and Telegraph
(ITT) at "about the same time
that he wrote the Defense Depart-
metn on behalf of a, multimillion-
dollar ITT contract approval."
At the same time Sen. Edward
Kennedy (D-Mass.) yesterday ask-
ed for a Justice Department ex-
planation' of why the Senate Judi-
ciary Committee was not informed
of a federal investigation of a
doctor who submitted testimony to
the committee.
Kennedy said Petersen, assist-
ant attorney general in charge of
the Justice Department's Criminal
Division, should explain why the
probe of Dr. L. M. Radetsky for
alleged Medicare fraud was not
made known to the committee.

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