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FBI's Kelley mulls
action on wayward
Las Vegas agents
WASHINGTON (AP) - FBI Director Clarence Kelley is
considering disciplinary action against several Las Vegas agents
accused of violating bureau rules, a spokesman said yesterday.
"Mr. Kelley acknowledges there was an inquiry concerning
certain allegations. The results disclosed no criminality or seri-.
os misconduct, but there were violations of FBI rules and pro-
cedures. The matter is currently under review for whatever
disciplinary action is warranted'" said bureau spokesman Homer
He declined to discuss fur her details.
A SOURCE FAMILIAR WITH THE CASE said a headquar-
ters inspection team was dispatched to the Las Vegas office in
mid-June to investigate 29 allegations.
The list included accusations that some agents were too close
to the gambling community and were accepting free meals and
other favors from casinos, the source said.
There were allegations that "a couple of cases had been
compromised" because of the agents' relationship with gambling
interests, he continued.
"THE 29 ALLEGATIONS were all knocked down. It was all
rumor and innuendo," the source said. "Apparently a degree of
factionalism developed between the older and the younger agents."
He said the allegations originated within the Las Vegas of-
fice which has 49 agents, including the agent in charge, Jack
The source said Kelley is considering disciplining six to eight
agents for rules violations involving some sort of "management
The source was asked whether Keith is among those who
may be disciplined. "That's hard to say, he's probably nervous.
It depends on what extent Kelley considers him to be responsible
for the problem," the source replied.
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SPECTATORS watch as a house on the north side of Dayton, Ohio burns out of control yes-
terday. Dayton firefighters have been on strike for three days without answering alarms. Fire-
fighters from Wright-Patterson Air Force Base extinguished the blaze.
Dayton firefighters end
DAYTON, Ohio (P) - Dayton pressure from Mayor James they would work only on those
firefighters ended their three McGee also caused Alloway to tires that threatened lives dur-
day old walkout yesterday aft- move from the position he had fig the strike. As of yesterday,
ernoon after reportedly receiv- held steadfastly to for more ni one had been injured, but at
ing all they had demanded from than eight months. least 25 buildings, many va-
the city more than 24 hours Harker had indicated earlier cart, had been damaged and 30
earlier, in me day that the union also families left homeless.
During the three-day strike intended to stick to its demands.
more than 20 fires burned un- Faced with the order to appear The first elevated trains were
attended. in court, the president of Fire- introduced in New York City to
THE AGItEEMENT came as lighters' Local 136 said, "I ex- ease the congestion of streets
union officials were to appear pect to be in jail by tonight." filled with carriages, wagons
in court for a contempt of court TH7 375 firefighters had said and horse-drawn streetcars.
hearine on their refusal to obey
a judge's back to work order.
Union leader Timothy Hark-
er, flanked by its lawyer Ralph
Skilken Jr. and international
vice president Jack Gannon,
said the men got the two hour
reduction in their work week.
But it will not begin until Jan.
Meanwhile, the police union
was to meet later in the day to
consider a strike of its own in
this city of 241,000: The 400
polsce officers want a 9 per
cent pay increase.
"I'M SURE what the mem-
bership wants," Fraternal Or-
der of Police President Ron-
ald Brandeburg said. "I am in
favor of some kind of job ac-
tion but I won't elaborate.'
In addition to the shorter
workweek, the firefighters also
received economic benefits
amounting to more than $2,000
per man over the next two
years. Also included was an
extra day off in the last quar-
ter of this year and the pro-
ms"c of a 9th extra day off
"The city granted. all. fire-
fighters total and complete am-
hesty," Harker said.
WHEN4 ASKED what had
changed City Manager James
Alloway's mind, 'Harker said,
""alt, he had to do was look out
bin window last night 'and see
all those. fires.burning",- .
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