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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - February 6, 1977, Darmstadt, Hesse Waiting to be rescued many or them wall In a dangling Chicago Transit Aiir ttwrily car la be rescued after an uccl drntlhat lei 11 persons AP Chicago El crash From press dispatches CHICAGO The lop Chicago Transit Authority official blamed man failure or human error Saturday for the deadliest el evated train crash in Chicago Eleven persons died as two train cars tum bled into a downtown The system is CTA Chairman James Mcponoush said It apparent that all equipment was Preliminary investigation dicates thai it was man McDonough said he based his statement on an examination ol the CTA equipment and a conversation with mulurman Steven hospitalized with a broken pelvis aitd under More details would to wait lor some improvement in Martins present a CTA spokes man McUonoush said Martin could have nudged his eightcur Lake StreetDan Ryan Irain forward to strike he rear ol the slopped secund train in spile of the CTAs 5B million safely The National Safety Transportation Board opened Us investigation along with stale and riKwnal In addition to ihc about 200 per sons were injured when the crash sent car loads o streaming pasiengers crashing onto the street 20 feel Some passengers were sealed in man gled while others spilled out of windows and dropped lo the pavement to on Page l WASHINGTON API In n first step to redeem a major campaign Presi dent Carter has asked Cnnjjress for four year authority to reorganize the federal subject to veto by cither Ihc Senate or Carter said the plan would provide an efficient way for Congress and lite Presi dent to work together lo streamline our The legislation wnuld Carter in propose reorganization plans thai wnuld automatically take effect unless vetoed by cither branch nf Congress within BO The Presidents blueprint permit subject allor part of an agencys funfliuns to abol ish consolidate iicllvilics of sev eral agencies nnd chnnse aKency He could neither create nor abolishCabi net nor ciwld he consolidale two or more departments into I hope the Congress will net on this legislation so our work of lion can Carter said In a special message to CnnKress on The President told reporters at the While House that this Is a commitment thai 1 made in hundreds of speeches around the country during the twoyear campaign It was one of the major reasons 1 was If Congress grants him the authority he Carter I will move but also work closely with Congress and make changes that will be of benefit to all of us in administering t he affnirs of he people of this During the Carter said he thought the present federal depart ments can be reduced to no than 200 with a great savings in lax money and a streamlining of services lo uur Asked if Carter still had 200 nieius and agencies as a reorganizalion White House press secretary Jody Powell has certainly changed since the he emphasised Ihnt anv resulting personnel reducllons would achieved thriiUBh aiirjlioh and not Jack chairman of the tlnuse Oovcrnrnenl Opera linns said he will introduce a bill Monday permitting changes in eculivc branch only i Congress votes express Presidents had reorganization powers similar o what Carter is asking under a law that iwis permitted lo expire in 1971 tie cause of congressional fears at annul possible moves by thttvPresidcnl Ilichard Nixon to thorltv in the White Kcnewing this executive on Cot I Buffalo declared crisis area From press dispatchei President Carter declared stormbat tered a major disaster area Saturday and the weather bureau canceled its warning that a new winter storm was on the way to land yet another paralyzing punch on the Lake Erie Carter also declared a state of emergen cy In Michigan on Saturday because of Die impact of ice and The action permits the use of federal funds In relief and recovery efforts in des ignated portions of the two A While House spokesman said the fContintnrd on Page Too mapy hypocrites in the church Billy Carter puts his faith in beer From press dispatches DETROIT ally Carter came to mwn FHday declaring that Ibere are too many hypocrites in the church and admitting that he once called on nil failbbcJer Ruth to curt him ol a Tbc Presidents younger brother known lor his beadriaklng bafalts and puton was on a brief stopovrr la tape a local television talk Thr younger Carter Ipld Lw Cordw that he drinks Iron six to been a depending on whether or not be is and then proceeded In detail the story of bow be once alked hit evangelist to cure a hangover for She didnt do a wry good job at been Carter Carter tipounded oa variety of during the noting that he doesnt believe damn ttlng he In newspapm and Wiling why he doesnt aUend know exactly why Im turned Carter There art ton nwey hypo crites fc the I too many oeople praying on Sunday and rdtetng hell again onSaturday On Friday in New Bantam Books announced It plans to release a book nn 14 on Americas newest folk Billy Carter Redneck Power The Wit and Wisdom of Billy Carter Is being com piled by Jeremy FtlTklo and Ted Howard and will include bli Marlei and opinions OD just about according to a Baotant 4 sample Hlj reaction lo Ihr White House Wlli ards table I had heard what a high clan place tats was but the damn pool table doesnl have any
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