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1 Cul-de-sacs to pave way for Long Branch mall, B GREATER RED BANK F.ATONTOWN LONG BRANCH Today's Forecast: Sunny, hf>t through tpmorow Compile w»hhtr on A2 Diamond doings ets master Cincinnati; Texas stampedes Yankees Page B4 n Long Branch Church groups warming to soup kitchen plans Page B VOL. 06 NO. The Daily Register YOUR HOETOWN NEWSPAPER... SNCE 878 FRDAY, JULY 5, CENTS Jtongre&smeiLJidmit sex with pages WASHNGTON (AP) - Rep. Gerry Studds, being House reprimand for gay sex with a 7-year-old page, says he*ill stay n Congress, but Rep. Daniel B. Crane has le his plans unclear aer admitting an affair with a female page. The two congressmen yesterday admitted ethics committee charges they had sex with teen-age pages. Formal reprimand, the mildest discipline the full House can mete out, could take only a few minutes once scheduled, since neither is contesting the action.. "Of course," Studds, 46, a assachusetts Democrat, told reporters when asked if he would serve out his term. He took, the House floor, where he proclaimed his homosexuality and admitted "a serious error in Judgment" in his relationship with the page 0 years ago. Studds said, though, that his relationship did not involve improper conduct because-it was voluntary and there was no preferential treatment or harrassment. Crane. 47, a Republican from a Bible Belt district in downstate llinois, first sought advice from bis brother, Rep. Philip. Crane, R-., the 980 GOP White House hopeful. Then he flew home to explain his affair with a 7-year-old girl page to his wife, Judy, and six children.*. " know nothing 'm not talking," the conservative supporter of school prayer and strict morals said when asked about the liaison three years ago that began when the girl lost a six-pack of beer to him on a basketball bet and ended with repeated sessions in the bedroom of his Alexandria, Va., apartment. The talk among llinois Republicans was that Crane might resign and that, if not, he would have a hard time getting re-elected aer barely squeaking out a third term last fall. "f Dan Crane came to me and asked me if he should resign." See Admit, page A3 STUDDS CRANE Asbury Park raid nabs 32 for soliciting sex AND YOU THNK T'S NOT HERB? Jefferv Fox, 6. appears vtsterdav to be temporarily out of commission because of high temperatures n iami, Fla. Actually, the temperature was 66. By JON HEALEY ASBURY PARK - As part of the city's continuing crackdown on prostitution, police arrested 3 men and one juvenile last night and early this morning for allegedly soliciting sex from two undercover policewomen. The arrests were made by a squad of 6 city police and county investigators, with two city policewomen, one a rookie, serving as "decoys." All but six of the men were from onmouth County, primarify Asbury Park and Long Branch. The suspects have been charged with patronizing prostitution and maintaining a nuisance, which carry a maximum penalty of seven months in jail and a $,500 fine. They were scheduled to be arraigns) thl«mnrning hofnrp-nnf ' pal Court Judge Raymond P. Shebell The crackdown began Friday, when 6 suspected prostitutes were rounded up by a combined force of Aer the arrests were made, county Prosecutor Alexander D. Lehrer warned that those who patroniie streetwalkers, commonly known as "johns," would be the targets of future round-ups. Apparently the "Johns" did not heed the warning, Lehrer said. He pledged that the police operations would continue "at least weekly" Lehrer to ask Supreme Court to block parole of murderer By JON HEALEY FREEHOLD The onmouth County Prosecutor's Office will ask the state Supreme Court today to block the impending release of convicted murderer William Hawley, Prosecutor Alexander D. Lehrer said yesterday. TSS-yeer-old Hawley, who has served 6 years in prison for the 867 murder of an 80-year-old Long Branch man, was granted parole by the jute Parole Boar* earlier this month. He is scheduled for release from Trenton Stale Prison July t. The prosecutor's off ice sought to block Hawley's release preliminarily yesterday by obtaining a stay from the Appellate Division of Superior Court. A three-judge appeals panel denied the prosecutor's request, however, forcing Lehrer to seek a stay from the Supreme Court. Hawley, formerly of Long Branch, pleaded no contest to the ADril murder of 80-vear-old Louis Pascucci, and was sentenced to life in prison. According to Lehrer. Hawley shot Pascucci, a popular local shopkeeper, while robbing Pascuccta stationery store. Lehrer has been fighting Hawley's parole since the convict's eligibility first was announced in Oct. 98. Aer a series of court battles, the prosecutor won the right to review Hawley's prison records and to present testimony in opposition to Hawley's release. Two hearings were held during the past two months for both sides' to present testimony for and against Hawley's release. During the first hearing, the prosecutor's office emphasized the See Lehrer, page A3 Capalbo termed 4 powerfup By PETE^f ALTON ATAWAN-AKeansburgHlgh School English teadter yesterday testified that she never reported alleged incidents of sexual harassmeat by former Principal Samuel P Cspalbo because she viewed tnctex Friday A9 zzzz:::z:.*b8 Classified B0 Cotnlcs... : A3 lifestyle A9 ake a D«)s A4 ovies A2 Av«., Capalbo as a "powerful principal" who once "bragged that he would pay bonuses to get rid o'f teachers'.'' Barbara Tneszkowski told of a "hit lilt" on the bulletin board in the faculty lounge, consisting of photographs of teachers Capalbo had "gotten rid of." People, A2 Obituaries.-..' A7 Opinion / A6 Sports, B4 i Television,. A2 " Your Town B Lottery Winning numbers n the New Jersey lottery appear on page A7. Twin day Great Trzeszowski said Capalbo oen made sexual remarks of a "joking type of nature," but his remarks became "much more explicit" aer he became high school principal. Two other teachers who worked under Capalbo when he was principal at Keansburg High School testified yesterday that he oen made remarks for "shock value" rather than with serious intent. ' Special education teacher Jeanette Grogan and former art teacher Diane Jansen told an administrative law judge in Capalbo s tenure hearing that the former school head was "offensive" in some of his remarks, but not anti- Semitic as he had been portrayed * earlier testimony. SetTeaeker, Stns's Parts'at tl onday night* til? REVEWNG ROUND-UP Prosecutor Alexander D. Lehrer, seated, reviews plans for this morning's prostitution round-up with Asbury Park and county officials in city police head- at various locations throughout the city. The prosecutor also warned that police will seek to confiscate the "Johns' " vehicles in future arrests. The vehicles would then be turned over to the city for official use, Lehrer added. The purpose of the crackdown, Lehrer said, is to make clear that PROCESSON Parishioners pip money to the statue of the Virgin ary n front df Holy Trlfrttv Roman Catholic Church, Lono Srtnch, prior-to4he -nnual ount Carmel nrocession s RHSttr to bv Ltrrv Ptriw quarters this morning. Looking on are, from le, City anager Samuel Addeo, city Detective Capt. Gary Wheary, county Capt. Thomas ion, and city Capt. Frank DiBiano. "Asbury Park is no longer the place to conduct the business of prostitution, or to solicit the act of prostitution." See Asbury Park, page A2 Freehold parade threatened By TERRY OORE FREEHOLD - The 6th annual Battle of onmouth Parade and uster may be killed without a shot being fired. Parade Chairwoman Helen Carr, a member of the committee for the last 4 years, last night said that she and the other 0 committee members have decided to disorganize, throwing the future of next.june's parade in doubt. "For one thing, 'm exhausted," Carr explained. "You get burned out aer a while." Carr has been the parade chairwoman for the last five years. Carr recently asked two male committee members, whose names she would not disclose, to take over the chairmanship, but neither has given her an answer yet. However, the future of the parade depends upon whether one or both of the men choose to take over the chairmanship and form a new committee, Carr said. The parade commemorates the June 28, 778. battle between the American and British forces. Freehold and Freehold Township both contributed financially to the parade, which was held this year on June 26. The county Board of Chosen Freeholders also promised the committee $,000 for the parade this year, "but we haven't gotten it yet." Carr said, adding that the money will be put into an account for next year's parade if there is one. n 976 and 978, the board gave See Frreho, pogr A7

2 A2 The FR DAY, JULY5.983 PEOPLE 'Rockford 9 star sues Universal LOS ANGELES (AP) - Actor Jime. Oaraer, claiming he was cheated out of profits from "The Rockford Files" television series, has filed a million lawsuit against Universal Studios. Garner's suit filed in Superior Court seeks 97.5 million in profits he says the studio owes him as well as punitive damages of iii million. The actor has complained for years about Universal'* arithmetic, which concludes that "Rockford," aer six years on NBC and wide ALL SLES Geoffrey K. Jordan of New Brunswick, out of success in rerun syndication, is still, not making a profit. work for 6 months, is all smiles as T»e dispute turns on a provision in. hewtnsthe^00,000 top prize yesterday in the Pick 6 bonus draw- Garner's contract with Universal that guaranteed Garner and his production company, Cherokee Prod- With him fs his mother Constance ing held in Plumstead Township. uctions, a 37 percent share of the net Jordan. profits derived from the show. Such an agreement leaves it largely to the studio to determine what the net profits are what's le of the revenues aer all the costs of the show have been deducted. Aer calculating costs. Universal found no profits. "And we can't understand that," said William A. asterson, Garner's attorney. n his suit filed last Friday, Garner claims Universal "consistently and purposefully understated income and overstated costs" in figuring the profits on "Rockford Files." A studio spokeswoman said the studio had not yet been served with the suit and would have no immediate comment. Andrew to set sail LONDON (AP)- Britain's Prince Andrew, the helicopter pilot, flew out of London yesterday on a Concorde supersonic jetliner on his way to boost Britain's entry in the America's Cup yachting competition. The 23-year-old prince, accompanied by a detective, boarded a British Airways flight for New York at London's Heathrow Airport. He was seen off by airline chairman Sir John King and cheered by a half-dozen female flight attendants. m Andrew, who flew a navy Sea King. helicopter during Britain's 0-week - war with Argentina in the Falkland's last summer, is to train with the crew. of the yacht Victory, the British challenger in this year's cup race off Newport, R.. THE WEATHER The Weather Elsewhere Anchor age Atlanta Atlantic City Baltimore BO Boston Burlington Chevefl CC ago Cincinnati Dallas-Ft worm Detroit Hartford alaria Kansas City Lasvaoas Los Armaiei emphis iami Haw York Orlando PtilladelDnla.Louis xltl»>f lannk) «D«rin Francisco ittle H Le Prc OK 64 U cov T e 45 <4 46 clr 52 6C0V t 72 CSV es 47 e 4» hit 2 7] 20 rn n 7 n 73» clr hie cdv cdv rn «7 02 cdv «U clr n 70 clr tl 7t me Watngton Tempentures ndicate high end tow tor div to 80 m. EDT. PrcPrecipitation lor 24 hours endinolp.m. EOT Thunder ' Otlfc Sky conditions outlook lor f<wev. Jersey Shore ostly sunny, hot and more humid today. High in the lower* to middle 90s. Winds westerly at 0 to 5 mph Fair tonight. Low from 65 to 70. Sunny and hot tomorrow. High in the lower 90s., Chance of rain 0 percent today and tonight. arine forecast : Watch Hill, R. to on- (auk Point to anasquan ' Winds westerly at 5 to (5 knots today and tonight, fr through tomorrow, but partly cloudy tonight. Visibility 5 miles or more., Average seas 2 feet or less today. Bad vibes in W'aterbury GREAT BARRiNGTON. ass. (AP) A Connecticut arts group, denied a permit in its city for a Beach Boys rock concert, may stage the show 55 miles north in this Berkshire Hills town, officials say. Francis Donnammma and other members of the Waterbury Arts Festival Committee met Wednesday with Great Barrington officials to discuss holding the Sept. 4 concert at the Barrington Fairgrounds "Everyone involved is cooperating a great deal." Donnarumma said. "Of course, the Beach Boys are willing to perform at any suitable site. t's just a matter of arranging a reasonable lease " Waterbury Police Chief Frederick Sullivan denied a permit for the concert in unicipal Stadium, saying he didn't think the city could handle traffic and other problems generated by a big concert. Princess ties third knot ONTE CARLO, onaco (AP) - Princess Antoinette, the elder sister of onaco's ruler Prince Rainier, will make a third trip to the altar, this time with British dancer John Gilpin, the royal palace announced yesterday The wedding will be celebrated July 28 at the sand-colored royal palace that sits atop a rock overlooking the editerranean Sea. t will be he third marriage for Princess Antoinette. 63. and the second for her 53-year-old fiance. Th F?,d F arj"v Sl -5 Or8pm EDT Ba "'a Snu "P High Temperatuies Shov>ersf~ Tides H cdv Sandy Hook clr t» 7 me All times Eastern Daylight 43 clr TODAY: High: 2:54 p.m. and 2 5 a.m. and low: SO cdv n n cdv 6:54p.m. and7;07a.m. «47 cdv OOKHOW High: 46 p in and :43 am and 7 2 cdv Cdv low: 7:47 p.m. and 8 U.i in U 5 clr Kor Ked Bank and Kumson bridge add two hours: cdv 4 a 4Scdv Sea Bright, deduct 0 minutes; Long Branch, deduct 5 74 Cdvminutes; Highlands bridge, add 40minutes. «70 clr REGSTER NUBERS ain Office Toll Free toll Free Classified Circulation sports idrllelown, Freehold Sun, oon All liinee Eastern Standard TODAY: Sunrise5:36a.m.; sunset 8:26p.m. TCrOKROW: Sunrise3:37-a.m.; sunset8:25p.m. First quarter Su\y 7. last quarter July lull moon July 25 TAVER/RESTAURANT 50th YEAR N BUSNESS CASUAL FALY DNNG Kitchen Open a.m.- a.m. Sun. 2-0 p.m. DALY LUNCHEON SPECALS Try our Fresh So Shell crabs, scungilli, Tripe & Calamari FALY DNNER SPECALS on. & Tues. - Cup of Soup & salad with combination seafood platter with spaghetti & macaroni. Shrewsbury Avt. at Herbert St. $ f i 9 5 Red flank ** Fighting erupts in Lebanon BKRUT. Lebanon (AP) - Druse militiamen ambushed a Lebanese army patrol in the central mountain town of Aley yesterday, wounding 4 soldiers, Lebanese authorities said. They said two Druse were killed in an ensuing Shootout. But a Druse leader in Aley, Akram Shehaib. said the two Druse killed were run down by a Lebanese army jeep whose driver panicked when it was surrounded by an angry crowd. The sraelis, who control Aley, said about.000 Druse threw stones at the patrol and some of them fired shots over the heads of the troops before the soldiers opened fire on the Druse, who are members of sect that is an offshoot of slam. t was the first clash reported between the Lebanese army and Druse militiamen since Lebanon's civil war. Druse leaders have repeatedly warned President Amin (.emayel's government against sending the army into their areas before a Druse-Christian reconciliation is attained. eanwhile, in the southern Lebanese market town of Nahatiyeh, seven miles north of the sraeli border, three shops that sell sraeli fruits and vegetables were blown up before dawn, local reporters said. There were no casualties in the blasts that occurred seconds apart in the former guerrilla stronghold. But a civilian failing to heed a 0-hour curfew order was shot and wounded in the leg by sraeli troops,, the reporters said. artial law end near WARSAW, Poland (AP) - The Polish Parliament began action yesterday on legislation to grant the government emergency powers and also streamlined control of the police. The actions were taken in preparation for the liing of martial law next week The Sejm (Parliament) without debate referred to committee a constitutional amendment permitting the declaration of a state of emergency without parliamentary approval. The deputies are expected to approve it at a meeting next Wednesday and Thursday at which informed sources said Gen. Wojciech Jaruzelski. the premier and Communist Party chief, would propose the liing of martial law. The amendment provides that the Council of State or its president in effect the government "may introduce for a definite period of time a state of emergency... if the interior safety of the nation is threatened or in the case ul a natural disaster." Although the leadership declared martial law in 98 without such legislation. Parliament later approved the declaration Now. the government apparently wants to write provisions for state of emergency" decrees into the constitution to provide a legal basis for action to curl) unrest withoutrdetlaration of martial law. The Parliament adjourned for the day' without giving details of the new government legislation. The parliament with only three negative votes also approved a new law creating a centralized sy^jem of command, patterned on that in the Soviet Union, for the police and security police. t puts control of local police units in the hands of the interior minister, Uen. Czeslaw Kiszczak, an ally of Jaruzelski Previously, the uniformed police were organized by local and district units reporting to police headquarters in Warsaw. Details of the measure were not reported The sraelis invaded Lebanon in June 882 to crush toe Palestine Liberation Organiiation and have agreed to pull out if the guerrillas and the Syrians withdraw. But the Syrians, who have been in Lebanon since ending the civil war have rejected the withdrawal pact, negotiated by the United States and signed by srael and Lebanon ay 7. Police said Druse militiamen loyal to Walid Jumblatt of the Progressive Socialist Party opened machine-gun fire on the Lebanese army patrol as it was reconnoitering possible deployment positions in Aley, 7.5 miles southeast of Beirut. An army communique said "a number" of officers "on a routine patrol" were wounded, but gave no details THE WORLD Foulups saved Argentinians LONDON British commandos twice were assigned to annihilate a 4-man Argentine garrison during the Falkland slands war, but the plan first was stymied by a foulup and then canceled because of the Argentine surrender, according to a new book. The highly trained, 30-man Special Air Service force not only failed to destroy the garrison, but many of its men later died in a helicopter crash during the 74-day war in the South Atlantic colony. Samantha in Leningrad LENNGRAD, USSR. - aine schoolgirl Samantha Smith spent her first full day in Leningrad sipping Soviet-made Pepsi-Cola, greeting Russians with her message of peace and chatting by phone with the world's first spacewoman. " thought it was just a kid who was calling," said Samantha aer she received a mysterious telephone call yesterday from former cosmonaut Valentina Tereshkova while touring the city's House of Peace and Friendship. Told who it was. Samantha replied: "She kept saying. kiss you. Samantha. kiss you.' didn't know it was the first woman in space, geez.'' Asbury Park raid nabs 32 men Crisis widens l continued) were told "basically to stand there, to see it Added City anager Samuel Addeo. i think anyone would solicit them,'' the prosecutor said. what we're trying to addi ess is the openness, the The round-up was planned by Wheary and blatant soliciting ' Capt. Frank DiBiano of the city force, along with "Asbury Park has a very busy police force." Capt. Thomas ion of the prosecutor's office. Addeo said. "A lot of times we don't have the The following men were identified as the time to spend on street crime. This lets us catch alleged "Johns" arrested during this morning's up think we're on top of it." round-up: Addeo also directed the following message to Lilo ojica. 28, Joseph A. urphy. 24, Pat would-be prostitutes and "Johns ": "There is a Patelo. 42, Carl W Rine. 53, and Donald R good possibility that before the summer is over. Bradshaw. 49. all ol Asbury Park. KeithC. Ward. \uu will see JudgeShebell ' 30. of Eatontown. Pasquale Ciaglia, 2, Ronald When asked if the crackdown in Asbury Park David, 24. Kelvin L Pitman, 29. orris J. Hafif, could push the prostitution problem into another 63. Bart J Rego, 2. and George Brycki, 24, all of municipality..ehrer said, "f it moves somewhere else, we'll be there." Walker. 9, Frank J. Radwanski, 52. and Dana O. Long Branch; Ronald E. urray, 23, Joseph L. Norflett, 20, all of Neptune; James R. Shumard. One of the two female "decoys'" has approximately six months experience on the force, while 35, of Neptune City; George A. Brower, 57, and Wayne R. Jackson. 22. both of Oakhurst; Ronald the other has one-and-a-half years, police said. C. Davis ST of Ocean Tovrnship; Lawrence Both have participated in past prostitution arrests, city Detective Capt. Gary Wheary said. ' Juliano, 43, of West Belmar; Robert. Amberg, 28. of Spring Lake; CorradO Bellapianta. 36, of Lehrer called the women "very courageous" Wall; Leroy Taylor. 34, of Tinton Falls, and for standing unarmed and alone on city streets Kenneth A Palmer, 22, of arlboro Two cars carrying at least two officers backed up each decoy, and a third vehicle stood by to Those arrested from out of county were: transport the suspects aer their arrest, Wheary Wayne G. arlatt, 35. of Jackson; odi Essoka. said. 48. of South Orange: Ollie L. Watts, 26, of Edison; The female officers were instructed in safety Evaggeios Bardis, 24, of Hamilton Square; procedures aiwejl asoaw regarding solicitation. and entrapment, Lehrer said. They were dressed "very unseductively " to avoid even the "hint" of entrapment, Lehrer added. The operation, which began at 4:30 p.m. yesterday and concluded at 3 this morning, concentrated on the area from Kingsley to Berg and from Fih to Third avenues. The female officers sunn SAVNGS Donald H Fissel, 47 oi ontgomervule. Pa. and Valentine K. Weils in.... itensselaei All but three of the above suspects were released on their own recognizance this morning. Also. Joan Zitzman. 27, of Ocean Grove was charged with soliciting and maintaining a public nuisance. 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3 FRDAY, JULY 5,983 The Daily Register A3 Hart lambasting of X called fruitless WASHNGTON - Sen. Gary Hart formally opened hit attack yesterday on the X missile, declaring on the Senate floor that a decision to build the nuclear weapon "will plunge us inexorably into a nuclear trap with no escape ' The Colorado Democrat and about 0 other senators, mainly Democrats, are threatening a filibuster against the X thus imperiling Republican hopes for quick Senate action on a «00 billion defense bill n response, Senate ajority Leader Howard H Baker Jr. of Tennessee planned late night sessions and said he would probably convene the Senate for an unusual Saturday meeting. n another development, Sens. Edward. Kennedy, D-ass. and ark Hatfleld, R-Ore., ntroduced a resolution calling for a mutually verifiable freeze on nuclear weapons by the United States and the Soviet Union. By a unanimous vote, the House decided to debate behind closed doors U.S. covert aid to Nlcaraguan rebels when the subject comet up next Tuesday. The Democratic-controlled House will debate a proposal that would scrap aid to the rebels and substitute «million n open assistance to friendly Central American nations. The Reagan administration supports ncreased aid to rebels attempting to overthrow the arxist Sandinista government. By a 4-3 vote the Senate Judiciary Committee sent to the floor without recommendation two proposed constitutional amendments that would permit voluntary prayer in public schools. One of the amendments would allow oral prayer while the other would permit observation of a moment of silence. They may reach the full Senate later this year, possibly in September or October. The committee action marks a victory for Reagan, who has pushed strongly for oral prayer in public schools. Sen. Orrin G. Hatch, R-UUh, has sponsored the amendment allowing silent prayer, arguing that it stands a stronger chance o( enactment. The Judiciary Committee also delayed the confirmation vote on Reagan's three choices for the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights until September. n the meantime, the committee will bold additional bearings on the nominees. An effort by Sen. Howard. etzenbaum, D-Ohio, to block the administration's program for removing federal price ceilings on natural gas was defeated overwhelmingly by the Senate Energy Committee. The 3-7 defeat of etienbaum's substitute cleared the way for the Senate panel to vote next week on a compromise package that would remove the price ceilings on old gas over a three-year period. Wholesale prices predicted to inch up WASHNGTON (AP) - Wholesale prices, which declined over the first five months of the year, are rising now but at such a modest pace that economists expect the yearly gain to be the smallest in more than a decade. "ts going to look very good for the year," says Evelina Talner, economist t la* r irsi National Bank of Chicago. Donald RaUjczak, economic forecaster at Georgia State University, predicted an ncrease of only.6 percent in the Labor Departments Producer Price ndex for finished goods in S. That would be the best showing since the.6 percent registered in 967. The index rose 3.7 percent last year. For the first five months of the year, wholesale prices tumbled at an annual rate of 2.2 percent. The economists made their' predictions in advance of today's release of Affair sparked by 6-pack bet WASHNGTON (AP)- A wager over a basketball game, with a six-pack of beer to the winner, began the sexual relationship between Rep. Daniel Crane, R-ll. and a House page, according to ethics committee documents. t was the winter of 960. She was 7. He was 44. The page lost the wager, and the next spring, she went to Crane's office in the Cannon Building with a sixpack of Heineken to pay up. The relationships between the unnamed female and Crane, and between an unnamed male page and Rep. Gerry Studds, D-ass. are described in intimate detail in the panel's final report on a year-old, fl million investigation into sexual misconduct on Capitol Hill. The female page told investigators that aer she went to his office, Crane offered her a beer. When she replied she didn't like beer, Crane nvited her for a drink. But a bar in Virginia refused to serve the woman because she was under age, so the couple l t "Can you tell us what happened aer you gottothe apartment?" a committee investigator asked. "Well, be drank beer, and we had a discussion," the page said. Q. Can you tell us what that was about? A. Just about whether we were going to finish up or be was going to take me home then. Q. Okay. A. But wouldn't have gone that far if didn't already want to or have in my mind that was going to do something like that. Q. When you say 'whether you were going to finish up,' take it whether you were going to go to bed with him, is that right? A. Right. Q. And what happened. A. We wenttobed. Q. And take it from what you are saying, that was entirely voluntary on your part. A. Oh, yes. The male apparently was 6 when be met Studds and a group of other congressmen at a restaurant in ay or Jane 973. Sometime aer the meeting, Studds invited the page to his house in Washington's exclusive Georgetown section. Q. What happened at that dinner? A. Well, we sat around and talked about abstract and general questions, all types and descriptions, until four in the morning, drinking vodka and cranberry juice, at which time was told by the congressman that be was too drunk to give me a ride home and so be said, 'Why don't you sleep here?' And did. At that time, the page told investigators, he and the congressman engaged in sexual activity. Aer three or few additional visits that included sexual encounters, the two traveled to Europe together in August 873. June figures on wholesale prices. They were looking for an ncrease in the range of a seasonally adjusted 0,3 percent to 0.6 percent n June, which would match, or exceed, ay's 0. percent advance. ay's pickup was the first increase all year and was driven by higher energy costs, which also were expected to show up n June's report. Xaihieen Cooper, anor financial economist at Security Pacific National Bank in Los Angeles, described the pickup in prices as "more the correction of the weakness earlier in the year and not a fundamental turn n nflation." " don't think inflation will be- a major concern until the end of 984, f even then," she added. Wholesale prices were off. percent in January, held steady in February and then fell again, by 0. percent, in arch and April. The bright price picture has been widely attributed to the long recession and the worldwide oil glut that drove down gasoline and fuel nil prices Crops also have been bountiful. n a newsletter to clients, Ratljczak predicted that food prices would fall again in June, aer a 0. J percent decline in ay. "Prices for fruits and vegetables are cuiiliiniiug iu unwind luiiuwirig ui UUC increases early in the year related to poor weather conditions," he said. Tainer predicted higher energy costs would account for about half the overall rise in June's wholesale prices. Energy prices, she said, began climbing around April when the federal government's nlckel-a-gallon ncrease in gasoline taxes went in effect. The gastax increase, which showed up strongly in the department's index of consumer prices, sn't measured by the Producer FNALLY CAUGHT Heavily armed iami police SWAT team members give chase to an 8-year-old crime suspect Ricky Palmer. Ex-Salvadoran WASHNGTON (AP) - The wife of a former El Salvadoran ambassador to the United States was rescued safely last night, a week aer terrorists kidnapped her in iami and demanded $.5 million ransom as a "war tax," the FB said. Six suspects were arrested in the abduction of Clelia Eleanor Quinonez, 53, wife of Roberto Quinonez eza, and a seventh person was being sought for questioning, according to FB officials in Washington and iami. Arrested in iami were Salvador Lacaya and his sister, argarita, said FB spokesman Dennis Erich. Taken into custody here were ack L. Carr, t, Admit sex with pages House GOP Leader Robert H ichel of llinois said in reply to a question, "Well, 'd Uke to be as much of a strength to him as possible. 'd say the Good Lord sometimes moves in mysterious ways." House Speaker Thomas P. O'Neill Jr., D-ass., said the windup of the investigation by the ethics committee, formally the Committee on Standards of Official Conduct, yielded findings that were "roost disturbing.' The committee voted - to recommend to the full House the reprimand of the two lawmakers. Committee special counsel Joseph A. Callfano Jr. also said the panel found that James C. Howarth, majority chief page in the House doorkeeper's office, "engage* in a sexual relationship with a Wfr-old fetnalan K0 who was at the time under bis direct supervision and gave her preferential treatment." Callfaae said there was evidence that in lff» aad N0 Howarth, now chief Hi the document room. n the Democratic knom where lawmakers mill during i the two lawmakers, Howarth i His riflfct ta pdhuc bearing. CaltUna said be urged disciplinary proceedings against Howarth.. The committee id Studds and the male page both confirmed the details of their relationship. t said Crane and the girl page did the same. n his floor statement, Studds said, "t is net a simple task for any of us to meet adequately the obligations of either public or private life, let alone both. But these challenges an made substantially more complex when one is, as am, both an elected public official and gay ' The committee said Studds "acknowledged n writing that be made sexual advances to two other male pages in 97" Aer Crane le Washington, bis office issued a statement in which be said: "'m sorry that made a mistake." "t happeaed three years ago," he said. "'m human and in; no way did violate my oath of office. only hope my wife and children will forgive me.' 7 The committee said tlw girl told nvestigators she found Out "as aa older man, very attractive." She said she went to his office to pay off the basketball bet at 8 p.m. and that be asked her if she wanted some beer. The girl replied that she did not Uke beer and the two of them then went to a Robert A. Gerald, 9, Clifford Bibbs, no age given, au of the District of Columbia, and an unidentified 7-year-old, according to James W. Vatter, assistant special agent in charge of the FB's Washington field office. Vatter said Carr, Gerald and the youth were arrested with rs. Quinonez at a telephone booth outside a Washington hotel from which they were having her call her husband so he could verify his wife was safe before paying the ransom. Bibbs was taken into custody later. Price ndex. But analysts said producers apparently took advantage of it to widen ih«r own profit margin...,., The department's energy price calculations actually lag a month behind the rest of the index, so the figures in the June report will represent ay prices. Price changes that show up n the producer price measure are a good barometer oi how lood, energy and other commodity prices will move at the retail level. The Consumer Price ndex, however, checks for a broader range of items, including housing and medical care, than does the wholesale inflation index. Consumer prices rose 0.S percent in ay. For the first five months of the year, those prices overall rose at an annual rate of only 3 percent. The June report on those prices will be out next week. Palmer, wanted by police on several felony charges, was chased down aer a 0-minute race. FALLNG DOWN Two unidentified mem bers of the 2th Special Forces Group, Air borne, miraculously survived this mid-aid en tanglement during routine training exercises from helicopters at Hamilton Field n Novato, Calif. Le, one chutist plunges through canopy of the first, then shroudes him with his main chute. THE NATON Experts clash over salt intake CHCAGO - ost people probably don't risk getting; high blood pressure from salt, even if they eat a lot of it, Yale University doctors say. But new research from the Netherlands says just the opposite. High blood pressure has been shown to greatly increase a person's risk of heart attack, stroke and kidney damage. The controversy over whether the sodium in salt might boost blood pressure began at least 80 years ago, and it still has not been resolved. Doctors at the Yale University School of edicine in New Haven, Conn., say they believe about one-fih of' the population may be prone to high blood pressure and especially sensitive to salt intake. But the blood pressure of everyone else may be: largely unaffected by the amount of dietary salt, the doctors say. But, doctors at Erasmus University edical School in Rotterdam, Netherlands, reported that among 486 newboms studied during the first six months of life, there was a direct relationship between increased amounts of dietary salt and increased blood pressure. Ready for weapons talks WASHNGTON - The United States hastoldoscow it is ready for talks on controlling anti-missile defense systems in space, but only on a government-togovernment basis, the State Department said Thursday. "We believe a dialogue about the defensive technologies both countries have under development could be mutually beneficial," said Joseph Reap, a department spokesman. The U.S. readiness to talk came* in the form nf «counter-proposal to the call by Soviet President Yuri V. Andropov to convene a special meeting of Soviet and American scientists to discuss possible consequences of deploying large-scale anti-missile defenses in space. The possible future deployment of such systems was raised by President Reagan in an address last arch Dapularlv dubbtid UJP "Star Wara" gi^jflhi diplomat's wife freed Senateurged to join Dervish said a woman was being sought for questioning in the case. No other arrests were expected, he said. Officials said there were no injuries during the arrests, and Dervish said that rs. Quinonez was "in very good condition. She was not harmed in any way." "t was hectic," former ambassador Quinonez said at an early-morning news conference in iami. "We were very, very nervous. We're very happy the way it's turned out." Quinonez, a wealthy All were being "held anti-communist, said " pending arraignment later have no idea" why his famin the day, according to ily was targeted for the FB spokesman Ron kidnapping. Dervish. CURRENT ONEY ARKET RATES FOR THE WEEK STARTNG: JUNE 28 EDL CAPTAU2LUS RATE: 8.28% TO YELD 8.5% UNLTED CAPTAL PLUS RATE: 7.% TO YELD 7.3% CENTRAL JERSEY BANK mum OUT DCUH UON BOVUNG LORGANTE Peat oss Lime Fertilizers Garden Seeds & Supplies FrcdD Wikoff Co. But Theodore. 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4 A4 The Daily Register FRDAY. JULY 5,9B3 Early graduations may hurt 35 districts By The Associated Press Thirty-five New Jersey school districts have received letters indicating their state aid may be reduced because they held graduation ceremonies before the 80th day of school, Department of Education officials said yesterday. ost of the districts cited were in Bergen, Passaic and Cape ay counties. No districts in onmouth received letters, although seniors in one county school system graduated two days before the year's end. For the past several years, id dletown schools held commencement ceremonies at the Garden State Arts Center. This year's term ended onday, June 20, but the latest the district could use the facility was Thursday, June 6. To prevent loss of state aid, tie district decided to hold two Saturday sessions in ay for seniors. The district received permission from County Superintendent ilton Hughes to hold the sessions, according to Dennis Jackson, iddletown High School South principal. The letters, signed by Education Commissioner Saul Cooperman, ordered the districts to explain by July 8 why they held graduation before the staterequired number of class days had been held. Cooperman will review the responses and decide by mid-august whether the schools violated state law and what fines, if any, will be imposed, said department spokesman Ed Ramsey. any school administrators said they held commencement early, mainly to avoid scheduling conflicts. But they said the seniors received empty envelopes during the ceremonies aid did not actually receive their diplomas until 80 days of class had been completed. We had it three days early, but they came to school the other days," Klosterman said yesterday. "Tbe problems were Sea sle, Stone Harbor and Avalon all have the same music teacher, and all three have a music section to their exercises." Vincent Calabrese, director of finance for the Education Department, said yesterday, "The critical issue would be whether instruction went on through 80 days. Graduation usually signals the termination of instruction ' Among the districts the Education department contends improperly held early graduations were six in Bergen County and Passaic County districts. Almost all the districts' in Cape ay County received the letters including Avalon, Cape ay City, Cape ay County Schools for Special Services, Dennis Township, Lower Cape ay Regional, Lower Township, iddle Township, Upper Township, North Wildwood, Ocean City, Sea sle City, Wildwood and Wildwood Crest. The other districts were Belvidere and Phillipsburg in Warren County, South Brunswick in iddlesex County, Rahway in Union County and the Sussex County'Vocatlonal and Technical School. Local school officials contend the issue is one of semantics. Judge dismisses alleged threat as talk NEWARK (AP) - A federal judge, saying he does not "get all in a twit when someone wants to show how macho he is," has passed off the alleged death threat by a suspect in an $8 million drug smuggling case as just -talk... _ But U.S. District judge Herbert J. Stern yesterday revoked the $ million bail set for the defendant, a Baltimore hair salon chain operator he called "a prime candidate for flight." The defendant, John. Salconi, 43, is one of nine men indicted in April on federal drug charges stemming from the alleged smuggling of 8 tons of marijuana into New Jersey in 982. Stern is scheduled to preside at the SeptembeT trial. The judge revoked bail for all the defendants aer James. Perry. 43, of Somerset, said he heard Salconi discuss a death plot while the two were at the federal etropolitan Correctional Center in New York City. He then restored the bail for all the men except Salconi. Perry warned the judge of the alleged death plot in a letter and then told and FB agent to whom he had been reporting. He has been awaiting sentencing by Stern aer pleading guilty June 8 to a charge of interstate transportation of forged documents. He faces up to 0 years in prison. Federal marshals began guarding Stern and his family around the clock Tuesday, but U.S. Attorney W. Hunt Dumont said he expected to end the special protection. "t's most likely people blowing smoke at one another." Stern said. " do not get all in a twit when someone wants to show how macho he is. All 've heard is a bunch of talk.» Salconi said that he spent more than six months in 98 and in 982 out of thecountry visiting ndonesia. "south America and the Carribean Ahile employees managed his hair salons and his r al estate holding company in aryland. Asked by Stem why he spent so long abroad, including visits to Thailand, China, Australia and alaysia, Salconi said he did so because the overseas flight took 23 hours. Dumont noted 23,500 in cash was found in a secret compartment during a search of Salconi's Baltimore home. And Stern said he found "something disturbing" in Salconi's testimony that he gave handguns to his former wife and a friend as presents. Refering to the "kind of business enterprises and foreign connections 've heard about," Stern revoked bail out of concern Salconi may flee the country to avoid prosecution. "t's simply that people make these kinds of sounds all the time," Stern added. Salconi, during more than an hour on the stand, denied making threats against Stern's life or plotting to have him killed. Perry had testified Wednesday that he heard the defendant say he wanted Stern "hit." Stern said he had "no doubt that (Perry) heard r. Salconi make noises hostile to me." But he added he believed Salconi did not have the "ability, capacity or will " to carry out the alleged threat. n revoking Salconi's bail, Stern called the defendant "untruthful" and called his testimony "ludicrous" and "absurd." Assistant U.S. Attoney Robert Steinbaum identified the other defendants in the drug case and their bail as: Benito Febre, 40, of Los Angeles, being held in lieu of $.5 million bail at the CC; Dennis Charles Liberto, 34, Pasadena, d., and Albert Anthony "Pat" Perticone Jr., 4. Baltimore, both being held at the CC in lieu of State court details probe procedures TRENTON (AP - Law enforcement agencies have u right to order criminal suspects to appear for identification lineups or other investigative procedures, the state Supreme Court ruled yesterday. The 7-0 decision by the state's highest court also set guidelines on ordering suspects to appear for such procedures as lineups, fingerprinting or hair and urine sampling hefnrp they arp formally charged With a crime. "There have been lower court decisions on the issue, but this clarifies the law and is the first time guidelines were issued," said Deputy Attorney General Debra L Stone. "This is the first New Jersey Supreme Court case on the issue.'' The opin^n, written by.jistir-p Alan Handler appears unclear on whether "intrusive" investigatory tests, such as the taking of a blood sample, can be sanctioned by a court before a suspects is charged. it's better to err on the side of caution and we are treating it as though there must be a higher standard before those tests can be allowed, " said Stone, who argued the state's case. The court issued its opinion, written by Justice Alan Handler, in the case of a Trenton man who was arrested and convicted on multiple charges aer he was picked out of a lineup following the 978 robbery of a Cliffwood Beach home in onmouth County The man, James H. Hall Jr. 38, now an inmate at the idstate Correctional Facility at Fort Dix, claimed that a Superior Court lacked the power to order him to appea. in a police lineup and his conviction should be thrown out. A victim of the robbery had tentatively identified a mug shot of Hall as looking like the bandit Another victim later positively identified Hall.? Handler's opinion said that courts have the power to compel an appearance before investigators under constitutional authority allowing searches and seizures of evidence before an arrest is made. The opinion also said that law enforcement authorities must be reasonably sure the person brought n for investigation or identification committed the crime and that an appearance would further an nvestigation. "Then; is nu leal detention involved," Stone said. "f a suspect is not identified by witnesses, he goes home The same thing could happen with fingerprinting where prints are taken and compared sometime later." Stone noted that the ruling also protects the rights of suspects by forcing authorities to send a notice to a suspect for the reason an appearance is being sought and compelling auihuiiiies LU suieuule iuveaiigauvi: appearances at times convenient to the suspect. The opinion bjj Handler said that lineups, like fingerprinting sampling, "involves no creative or unusual act on the part of the suspect; it involves only a display of evidence that is otherwise publicly visible.'' THEELBERON EORAL CHURCH Park Ave., Elberon, N.J. ( block from the ocean) Sunday Service a.m. EVERYONE S WELCOE $500,000 bail; John Vincent RizzotU, 54, Baltimore, being held at the CC on $0A0O0 bail. Also, Robert Joseph Sparrow, 4, of Ellicott City, d., free on $00,000 bail; Jorge Silva, 54, of iami, free on $30,000 bail; Ernesto Caballero Garcia, 42, iami, {ree'on $30,000 bail; and Ramon Rubiq Escarda, 43, of iami, free on $00,000 bail. THE STAtE Evidence limited in ETS case NEW BRUNSWCK - A Superior Court Judge says be will evaluate tbe "propriety or impropriety" of the process used by tbe Educational Testing Service to invalidate tbe exam scores of four students accused of cheating. The ruling by Judge Richard S. Cohen yesterday s expected to shorten the trial in tbe students' suit to overturn the decision by tbe testing service, which is widley used to administer college entrance examinations. Cohen said he would limit evidence id the case, hearing only testimony about tbe ETS Board of Review's decision-making process when it invalidated the students' scores in arch. Cohen said the question was whether the board had sufficient evidence at the time to make a reasonable decision - not whether the board's decision was ultimately tbe right one. f the board did not have a particular piece of evidence when it made its decision, Cohen said, he would decide whether "there was either propriety or impropriety in not seeking to find out" that evidence. Fort Dix tract charred ATLANTC CTY - Fireflghers battled a stubborn aze that charred 330 acres of Fort-Dis prepertyyesterday in the latest in a series of forest fires that" officials said have been fueled by winds.' Fire Warden Joseph Hughes said the fire broke out at Fort Dix near the Plumstead and anchester township borders early yesterday aernoon, and forced tbe closing of Route 70 between county Routes 539 and 530 Rules for suing parents set TRENTON (AP) - The New Jersey Supreme Court has ruled parents.may be sued for improperly supervising youngsters involved in accidents only when it is alleged they exhibited "willful or wanton misconduct" in their supervision. Justice arie Garibaldi said the ruling will free parents from "judicial intrusion" in the rearing of their children and will protect youngsters who are victims of a "severe" lack of supervision. The case decided Wednesday involved 2'i-year-old Jennifer Foldi of orris Plains, who wandered off while her mother was gardening in 974. During her 0-minute absence, the girl wound up in the yard of Dorsie and Florence Jeffries, and she was bitten by their dog. A guardian was appointed for the youngster, who sued the owners of the dog. The dog owners, in turn, sued the parents for improperly supervising their daughter. And the daughter sued her parents, a technique sometimes endorsed by parents as the only way they can collect on their policy. The court ruled the parents could not be sued by either party. 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