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organize to elect chairman
ANNAPOLIS, Md.-Fifteen Democratic governors met yesterday to begin
rebuilding their battered party and to seek a consensus on a replacement for
national chairman John White.
While most of the governors attending the informal session claimed it was
too early to start °thinking of names for a chairman, Gov. Bill Clinton,
defeated for re-election last month in Arkansas, emerged as a strong
possibility among his colleagues.
Most of the governors and many Democrats said they thought the contest
for chairman would be between California's Charles Manatt and Clinton.
White said that the election of the new officers would probably be held in
February, giving the democrats a chance to organize first.
Chrysler promises to cut
costs to qualify for aid
WASHINGTON-Chrysler Corp. Chairman Lee Iacocca yesterday
promised "across the board" cost cuts in an effort to pull the company out of
its latest financial difficulty and qualify it for more federal aid.
Iacocca spoke with reporters after attending a two-hour closed meeting
with the three-member government board that oversees Chrysler's affairs
and doles out loan guarantees approved for the company by Congress.
"We will attack all costs on a broad front," Iacocca said. One area of cts
will be in capital investment, he said. These will have their impact in 1984-85.
He said other cuts may include overhead and materials.
Asked whether worker layoffs will be included, Iacocca didn't say yes or
no. But he said a decline in auto industry sales at the end of November "does
not bode well for heavy employment in the total industry over the next 90
Seven die in winter storm
An ice storm blamed for at least seven deaths caused a "demolition der-
by" on the highways yesterday and left thousands without electricity in sub-
freezing weather from Okalahoma to Minnesota.
The snow and freezing rain that moved across the Plains over the weekend
formed a glaze of ice an inch thick that tore down power lines and made
driving impossible in many areas.
Trucks jackknifed into ditches and stalled cars were abandoned where
they stood. Cars literally slid out of driveways with the slightest push.
Traffic deaths occurred in Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma, and Iowa, as
cars came to a halt, many stranded in ditches or stuck on uphill grades.
An inch-thick coating of ice left 5,000 homes without power in Salina, Kan-
sas. Ice snapped a main power artery in Minnesota, blacking out electricity
to four cities, and the roof of a shopping center collapsed during a rainstorm,
flooding several stores there.
faces perjury probe
WASHINGTON-The Justice Department is investigating the possibility
former Attorney General Richard Kleindienst committed perjury in Senate
testimony three years ago, UPI learned yesterday.
Kleindienst, who was convicted of refusing to testify "fully andac-
curately" before the Senate Judiciary Committee in 1972,,was a key witness
in the 1977 hearings by the Senate investigations subcommittee, which
probed convicted swindler Joseph Hauser's alleged diversion of labor union
insurance premiums to his own use.
The Arizona Insurance Company suit charged that Hauser was
"materially aided in his fraudulent and unlawful activity by both Kleindien-
st and associate Thomas Webb, who unjustly profited."
It also charged Kleindienst "actively sought to confound and stall the of-
ficial investigation" by Arizona insurance officials.
Chad Green's parents
surrender in laetrile case
PLYMOUTH, Mass.-Gerald and Diana Green surrendered to authorities
yesterday, two years after fleeing Massachusetts to treat their leukemia-
stricken son-who has since died-with Laetrile in defiance of a court order.
Plymouth County Superior Court Judge Francis Keating found the young
couple guilty of four counts of civil and criminal contempt, but refused to jail
or fine them, saying punishment now would be purely "retaliatory."
The Greens faced contempt charges for refusing to return their late son
Chad to a Boston hospital for chemotherapy, and for fleeing when ordered to
halt at-home therapy.
Chad died in October 1979, after his parents took him to a Mexico clinic
where he reportedly received laetrile treatments along with chemotherapy.
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