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Daily Dispatch, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1975, Douglas, Arizona Arizona Briefs Beginning Wednesday SONS I 49? Kingman kills women KINGMAN Police said a 52-year-old man shot and killed his wife and another woman early then turned the automatic on himself and com milled The dead were as Chris Lee his 38, and Nancy 41. Mrs. James Gary 23, was hospitalized witli bullet Snow Bowl to be open FLAGSTAFF Efforts are under way to assure that the financially troubled Arizona Snow Bowl ski resort will be open as usual this Warren a Phoenix attorney representing the owners of the said impression is a good chance the will be Issue forums for state GOP PHOENIX Pima County Republican Chairman Don Hall says the state GOP should sponsor to educate the public and the party rank and He also said Monday that the GOP needs to fashion a 197G platform addresses the issues not a broad statement of principle and philosophy Department heads proposal TUCSON Three city department heads support a proposal that would prevent strikes by city such as the six-day walkout by and firemen last Lewis Murphy has called for a city charter amendment to prevent a recurrence a Disgruntled postal patrons may air complaints WASHINGTON Did that package marked arrive in your mailbox in a battered con- Did this month's girlie magazine arrive eared with the centerfold torn Now you post tell it to the Beginning Postal Service is launching a program that will invite dis- gruntled postal patrons to air their Unhappy customers will be able to obtain a sumer service from post offices and from letter The complaints written on the card will get quick the Postal Service The new system will us In a quick and simple about service Postmaster Benjamin F. Bailar said in announcing the program announcement came before the House voted Monday to revoke the Postal Service's financial in- dependence ns a result of dissatisfaction with the way the service The campaign our feeling that the idea of good service must mean more than the speed of It involves responsiveness and un- Bailar The Postal Service decided on the national program after trying out the consumer service card this summer in Rhode Island and The number of complaints over the six-week test period in the four stales was In the same period last year there were complaints taken to postal officials by residents of those The consumer service card is a two-piece two postal cards with carbon paper between After filling out the top the two cards can be One of prepaid postal cards goes to the local The other goes to the Postal Service's Office of Consumer Affairs in After acting on the com- the local postmaster is to explain on the reverse side of his copy of the card how the problem was he is to mail his copy of the cord to in Ihe information from the other card is used to create an index of con- sumer The card allows not only for com- but also for in- formation suggestions and other believe that once the new program Is firmly it will demonstrate both our willingness to solve people's problems and the over-all high quality of our Bailar The Daily Dispatch Cochise County's only daily newspaper Serving Bisbee Sulphur Springs Valley if Volume 142 The Daily September 30, 1975 10 Today IB t Briefs Elsewhere SLA gathers information SAN FRANCISCO While the remnants of the Liberation Army enlarged their arsenal and gathered the makings of a bomb they collected thick files of information on business and government activities and notes on corporate explosives and cryptically labeled file folders were listed in a 128-page inventory of items discovered at two apartments one that had been occupied by Patricia Hearst and Wendy Yoshimura and the other by SLA members William and Emily In both agents found more than a dozen large quantities of makeup and cosmetics and a wide variety of sunglasses and Phony identification papers were also along with more than 100 books ranging from Marx and Lenin to Herbert Marcuse and Chairman Teacher strikes slow down NEW YORK The flurry of teacher strikes is abating as Boston teachers end their walkout and schools in smaller communities return to normal strikes continue today in nine affecting some Communities still affected by teacher strikes are located in New Illinois and And teachers in voted Monday to strike Oct. 7 if no contract is readied by Secret Service want funds WASHINGTON The Secret facing its first Senate investigation because of two assassination attempts against President is expected lo plead for more money lo provide better The Senate on Poslal Service and general government appropriations begins hearings hoping to find what Ihe Service needs lo do its Initial witnesses include Treasury Secretary William E. whose department is responsible for the and Secret Service Director H. Stuarl A subcommittee staff member said best known for ils role in protecting the President and presidential probably will ask for funds to guard the 1976 FBI opens new home WASHINGTON The FBI is formally opening its new the J. Edgar Hoover a structure the lale FBI director considered an President Edward H. Levi and FBI Clarence M. Kelley were scheduled to address about and former FBI members ot police officials and guests at formal dedication ceremonies in the courtyard of Ihe new building Sprawling along Pennsylvania Avenue about between the Capitol and the White the new FBI headquarters is the most expensive government office building in House cuts postal subsidy WASHINGTON The voting to revoke the financial independence of Ihe U.S. Poslal is sending a message to the service about Ihe Ex- quality of mail The House voted 267 lo 123 Monday lo cut a proposed extra subsidy of for the Postal Service and to require the service to come to Congress annually for funding and to put its revenues in the general Before finishing work on the measure for the the House five hours of debate full of stinging criticism of mail Members from both sides of the aisle used the debate to cite numerous aboul slow deliveries and rising slamp But supporters of the service say they hope the which came on an can be overturned Inmate tests investigated WASHINGTON II may only be winning Ihe righl lo open and close a bul it is the kind of reward lhat say could them inlo for medical experiments in II also be the only way lo get a private shower or lo earn money lo appeal a These arc the kinds of stories a House subcommittee heard Monday as it opened hearings on a thai would ban medical ex- on inmates of and federal The hearings focused on the premise convicts can never give informed consent in a prison environment to bodies lo be used for ical Jet crashes near Lebanon Lebanon A Hungarian jetliner with 60 persons reported aboard crashed inlo the Mediterranean off the Lebanese coast early and rescue workers said there appeared to he no sea is full of said a boat owner who visited the crash site tearing inlo the making recovery work very Airport officials said the passenger list carried Ihe names of 115 Arabs IS and at least one of them was thought lo be an There were 10 Hungarian crew Lebanese boats recovered 29 bodies by mid- 30 die in train accident BUENOS Argentina A commuter train crashed into the rear of n stopped passenger train X miles north of Buenos Aires Monday killing nl least 30 persons and injuring about 100, police Some of the Injured were in The engineer nnd his assistant were the only ones reported Injured on the commuter J Undercover agent bribed Bribe offered to kiU Ford WASHINGTON An undercover agent of the Bureau of Tobacco and Firearms was offered within past month to kill President the director of the bureau said Rex D. in a sLatem enL prepared for a Senate subcommittee in- the Secret said the individual who approached the agent was arrested the day following the after sufficient evidence u as Secret sources said the incident occurred during Ford's visil lo St. in September H was during that visit that a man with a pistol was spotted by a policeman on a catwalk in Kiel Auditorium an hour before Ihe President vas to speak The man escaped despite an extensive police and the President delivered his speech on time and without It was not immediately clear whether that incident and the offer of money for Ford's death were The White House and the Secret Service would not In his Davis also said his agents acquired information during the past month from an informer to the contact with a member of a militant subject was a convicted felon armed with three rifles and a possible automatic Davis felon indicated he was en roule lo a city where a meeting with a militant organization was lo take place to discuss the dent's scheduled visil lo lhat In his prepared Davis made no other mention of the offer In kill except to say it occurred in a Midwestern city during Davis made Ihe disclosures while detailing MORE NEW TEACHERS High top has five new teachers this Andy 29 Calif auto Mrs. L.S. Ms. Deborah Mrs. Maureen general typing and Louis Middle includes al Sarah Ms. first Mrs. Charles fourth grade and Ms. Vashon third Stevenson School has only one new Miss Janice learning by Dob Family released after ransom paid Candidates get SS aid COUNTY Variable cloudiness with widely scattered mainly afternoon and nighttime anu showers or thundershowers through Cooler bul warmer Highs both days in the middle 70s lo Ihe upper 80s. Overnight lows mostly 55 lo As Provided by the Douglas Fire Highest yesterday Highest year ago High record date 1900................93 Low Temp yesterday 48 Low year ago Low record this dale 1970.................... M year ago Phoenix OG Flagstaff 70 Tucson 87 Sierra Vista Bisbee 79 Safford 86 ANN Mich. A General Motors Corp. plant his wife and three children were released unharmed today after the auto company paid an un- disclosed ransom their police At least two or three ab- invaded the home of William Shulenberg in Ann Arbor Township on Monday night and held the family captive for more than stale police Walter Anderson Police said manager of Ihe in was held in his The oilier family members were held al four separate locations in the Ann Arbor Police Chief Walter Krasny said they were held in the trunk of a car for part of the Anderson said a courier from General Motors dropped the ransom reported by one source us at the Shulenberg home shortly after 10 a.m. his and two of children were released about an hour Anderson A third child was held for still another as a precaution by the Krasny Police none of the abductors was in Ill WASHINGTON Unless they specifically reject six contenders for Democratic presidential nomination will be provided Service protection beginning Wednesday The Treasury which oversees the Secret informed the six Monday after the Federal Elect Commission reported they had raised at each in campaign Treasury Secretary qualifies the candidate for matching federal A candidate who the offer of protection will be assigned al least Iwo agents lo travel with him and his immediate Democratic who have nol raised the required funds include Sargent former Sen. R. Harris of Oklahoma and Gov. Milton Shapp of Protection for Ihe hopefuls i y pi e s i uu n L i a i n u p ci u i a David Macdonald said the originally was scheduled lo Mrs. An in 10-1 Agave died Sunday in her ho nic tt 65 fiu 511 Al 5 a.m. this Arizona skies arc clear in the northern and central and partly cloudy to cloudy in the southern Thoughts mini snid unto Why is a marvellous yo know nol from which he yet he halli opened mine John Would you believe this was an argument developed over n man was healed of God and of all things brought on by professing If the lo by pass the church lo show His power in Ihe life of the He will do it word of God is nol Douglas clears more crimes than national Douglas Department of Public Saffly announces Iho following crime statistics for Uie first nine months of 197i> The statistics reflect the crimes cleared by for the Douglas Police Department as compared with the national average of crimes cleared The national average is calculated by uniform crime reports published by the F I. DP Rape tf Robbery 100 tf Assault 9? 7f Burglary Theft Motor Vehicle Theft 10% Chief snid lhal an average of all reported crimes in the Douglas area are cleared by ns compared with 40 percent for the national He also the fact many crimes un- readily solved by the fast response lime of the officer receiving Ihc The average response lime of a Douglas Police Department officer is 1.5 as compared lo lo Id minutes response time by men I officers in protection will be automatically provided each of the six unless some they individually reject the One candidate accepted another turned it down and the other four in- they wore thinking it The six were- Rep. Morris K. Sen. Henry M. Sen Lloyd M. D- former North Carolina Terry former Georgia Gov. nnd A1 a b m a G o v. George Walla accepted Iho saying the Secret Service was very profesional and lhal it were nol for 1 probably would er have matte it lo Mel where an was made on his life during the 1H72 San for rejecting said he considered such for him and an undue burden on Ihe The which is calculated by the Federal Com also begin Jan. examples of cooperation between his bureau and the Secret Treasury Secretary William E. whose department is responsible for Ihe Secret defended the agents as trained individuals as they have shown lime and time they are also wholly lo The investigation by Senale on Poslal Service nnd general government follows two assassination attempts on President Ford within 17 Utilities offer awards A reward has been offered by Arizona Public Service Co and El Paso Natural Gas Co. for in- leading lo Ihe and conviction of the person or persons responsible for turning off the natural gas valve supplying Bisbee area 25. APS and have each offered for the total According to Jack APS Cochise Division this reward covers acts of vandalism of gas The same reward was offered by Ihe two utilities after vandals caused an interruption in natural gas service lo Bisbee residents last Anyone having in- that might be helpful may Ihe Cochise County Sheriff's Former Bisbeeite served as supervisor PHOENIX vices will be held Wednesday lor a of and the first woman lo serve as a county supervisor in She died Sunday after suffering a stroke in La She Mrs. O'Neil was the of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cole Hisbee Mr. Cole was to clean avenue In October 1965, she resigned from the board to accept a position with Ihe federal Bureau of Recreation in She returned lo in 1965 to work for the Bureau of Indian Affairs area She was a higher education officer with the BIA's education division at the time of her Rosary will be recited at a.m. in Brophy Mass will be held at a.m. Wednesday in St. Francis Xavier with burial lo follow al St. Francis Mrs. O'Neil was of Association of Parks and and Ihe Arizona Stale Supervisors and Clerks Survivors include three four two sisters and eight The city of Douglas Public Works Department notified Chamber of Commerce today will clean up Pan American sometime The Chamber wants lo volunteers who had already made the effort lo help in Clean-Up was originally In- the Relatives said Mrs. was packing to return Phoenix after a visil in La when she was She uas lo Memorial Hospital in La where she Mrs. O'Neil was appointed n June to succeed her laic husband on Ihe Hoard of Mio later won election to the board in 19M and 1904, and served throe terms ns board INSTANT CASH with fust from Slick new 20 call 364- 0000. 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