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Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - April 5, 1977, Oakland, California Solution Sought to Truck Traffic Gripes officials are new aa Avenue truck traffic from a plant if the rigs can net be rerouted around the trucks from Valley Nitrogen Hercules plant use one uf mam to travd be- tween the plant and Interstate 88. Pinole have complained of ty hazards aad other stemming the trucks Pinole officials like a route built in Hercules for tbe trucks tbe firm does not own all the land thai would be The Pinole City Council last night pondered truck traffic controls on such as restricting the hours the rigs couM use the tbe weight of the trucks aad tbe kiad of toads they could The council a public ing for April 18 and City Manager Donald Bradley is to discuss it with Valley Nitrogen officials before the council voted to bar a drive-in Fotomat business from being set up in the busy Appian 81 Shopping It denied Fotomat's appeal of the Mote Contra Costa 11 pianolas unanimous Uoa of the firm's Major James Stu Guaid and Robert Smith were in the council with Thomas voting co aad one council seat vacant Fotomat representatives indicated they would be back later this spring with a proposal to establish a drive-in s in torn the council authorized to continue operating a walk-up in the Ceater for 89 more days pending its next application for a drive-in City officiate felt a drive-in at the shopping cooler would flow in its southwest comer aad add car traffic across Us main an a are discouraged in shopping aad this becomes particularly important in the Appian 80 Shopping which very compact and already very said a city planning staff Tbe siaff rejected Fotomat's tion that the city approved a installation for tbe shopping center's Super Auto store similar to what mat A Super Auto customer drives into its service area aad leaves his vehicle there while it is being said Development Director Walter while voting to deny the peal said the attitude been to as many roadblocks we possibly can to people who want to run in Pinole to anything TUESDAY APRIL 5, 1977 ER Published Since 1874 CONTRA COSTA EDITION Subscription Price per Month Newsstand Price 25e Path of Disaster AP Crumpled autos and a ruined store mark the site of yesterday's plane crash in New Ga. 67 Die in Plane Crash NEW Ga. Through lightning and hail the pilot of the pled its windshield shattered and both its engines spotted a winding country road and fought desperately to save 85 He almost made it. But at least 67 persons on the plane and in its path died yesterday when Southern Airways Flight 242, bound for Atlanta from hit cars and a grocery store before it ed and burned in the woods of this small Very Candid Cameras CHICAGO bay hidden television cameras found at a massage parlor may have been used to blackmail patrons Officers accidentally found the as hidden in ceilings of bedrooms at the Harem Leisure Spa last week during a raid in which four women and two men were combined with all the information club has on would make u easy to blackmail vice squad Lt. said One officer happened to spot the nose of a camera in the ceiling of one of eight bedrooms and removed a ceiling panel to examine authorities Further investigation revealed cameras in ings of all eight Watergate Tape Study Finds a Nixon By JOAN WHITE Tribune Berkeley Bureau Two University of California ers have come away from an extensive analysis of the tapes with a new regard for the political skills of former President Richard and his lop according to a report made public Charlotte a assistant professor in the linguistic department at and S. an associate professor of computer sciences at spent months key passages in Uie It is believed to be the first time a linguist and a computer scientist have combined their specialties into such a complex research At first the researchers transcripts look to be sloppy and the work of disorganized But when the conversations were stripped of excess and diagrammed on a they found a regular and complex has been criticized for but at least hi his planning sions he is very Prof. Linde Tne first transcripts they studied recorded a meeting between Mr. H. R. Haldeman and John Dean on hept 1972, in which the latter reported on his activities and plans for containing the effects of the Watergate had really done his Linde wasn't a session fall of wild Dean presented well thought out and developed The status of power is to the Mr. and Mr. Haldeman are so close that they complete each other's sentences and joke hack and Bnt the two were much more formal with and distant from Mr. Dean never joked with Back 4 Did You that a that would appropriate for a multipurpose service ter for displaced in da County was introduced in the state Senate See The Day in Page 30. Georgia town about 35 miles northwest of A Southern spokesman said today the airline had confirmed 59 deaths among the passengers and 26 He said an area funeral home reported eight persons killed on the Federal safety investigators began examining the wreckage early They said they hoped to determine the cause of the crash from tapes of the last conversation with the Atlanta control They planned also to use a voice recorder which taped the last 30 minutes of cockpit conversation and a flight data recorder which were ered intact from the Authorities said the dead included both flight Capt. William 54, of La and First Officer Lyman 34. of College Ga. Officials planned to release a com- plete list of the casualties after notifying The store Mr. and Mrs. Charles but flying debris killed their daughter and two who were outside the a spokesman for the Paulding County sheriffs office Some of the wreckage hit a woman standing in a nearby killing her an eyewitness The plane had barely cleared an elementary where classes had been dismissed a half hour before the Back Cel. 3 Beatles Beatles and their recording firm Apple Corp. sought a court injunction today to stop the release of a recording of their 1962 night dub act when they were unknowns for a few pounds a night in West The album is titled Beatles Live at the Hamburg Star Club 1962." Their snow was taped by a fnend who had his own band at the time and Is now a butcher in near the Taylor did nothing with the tape until 1973, when he got together with Paul Murphy of the company and Allan the first to produce the New Carter Plans for Food Stamp Program WASHINGTON er today asked Congress to bold food stamp benefits current levels for must persons get them but to stop miking recipients pay fur part of the He promises to veto any revamping uf the program that increases its current projected budget of between billion and billion per Agriculture Secretary Bob Bergland told the House Agriculture The two-year Carter proposal Disqualify about 600.000 of the 5.44 million families now receiving the boost in their All are among the 13 per cent of the caseload with incomes above the official poverty Cut benefits to about 1.58 million families by more than Sa a Maintain the benefits for the re- maining 3.26 million families near rent levels or increase them by slightly more than a Bring into the program about households which now do not have the cash to buy the They are mostly disabled or on welfare in states with low assistance The current program's authorizing legislation expires Sept. 30. Bergland said the elimination of the rule that eligible families pay for the stamps also would combat fraud by taking out of circulation billion in coupons that the poor have paid Many of the 15.000 private vendors who sell the stamps under contract with USDA would become obsolete as lie Continued Rack 3 Cremation an Alternative By LOUISE COOK is inevitable death arrangements are That statement comes from a book on death and funerals prepared by the Seattle office of the Federal Trade It reflects the of a growing number of Americans who are looking for low-cost alternatives to the traditional funeral and In a new Way We author David Dempsey has always employed some kind of mony that does more than simply dis- pose of the a custom so universal can hardly be without Yet it is a custom that is gradually declining as more and more people turn to substitute These substitute rituals include mation and inexpensive funerals arranged well before The donation of all or part of the body to medical research also is an alternative to the standard Because funerals are so there can be confusion over the Here is a look a look at some of the CREMATION The Continental of al and Memorial which is dedicated to providing low-cost death Americans spend billion a year on funerals and burial and many wonder if they are getting their This two-part series is presented for its information on the high cost of and for its suggestions on cutting Yesterday's article explained where the money and today's concluding installment offers arrangements to its estimates that 5 to 6 per cent of all bodies in the United States are cremated every law permits the scattering of cremated ashes at sea or over private with permission of the ly This includes state and al with permission of the er in law does prohibit riums from requiring that a casket be A Community Secedes Mass. residents of have made clear in a particularly spoken 4-1 referendum they mean their threat to secede from started as a lark is something Back Ctl 1 used in the according to David executive secretary of the state Funeral Directors and Embalmers California allows teries and mortuaries to enact their own rules of Buck Cremation is the reduction of the human remains to In some religious groups or private citizens may obtain the necessary death certificate and permits for transportation and enabling the family to deal directly with a In other a funeral director is most religious groups now mit according to the memori- al society Exceptions include Page 8. 1 inside sports Blue Quits A's Camp Page 31 VIEWPOINTS Democrats Vs. 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