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   Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - July 14, 1975, Wellsville, New York                                Daily Reporter y The GrMnhow Company All rights reserved Serving Allegany and Potter Counties NinetyFifth Year New Monday July 1975 10 Cents Per Copy Space flight ready CAPE UPI Countdowns continents apart moved smoothly today toward Tuesday mornings launch of Russias Soyuz spaceship and the blastoff 7 hours later of Americas Apollo in a mission a Soviet official said would strengthen peace and deepen Astronauts Thomas Vance Brand and Donald Deke Slay ton were And Russ ian managers said in Moscow that cosmonauts Alexi Leonov and Valeri Kubasov likewise were set at the Baikonur miles from for the rendezvous in All the training has been completed and the crews are in full readiness for ASTP ApolloSoyuz Test Project said Andrian deputy director of the Gagarin Cosmonaut Training at a midday news briefing in We are convinced that the crews will fully cope with the mission and we wish the cosmonauts and astronauts a successful a full completion of the flight program and a soft It was also reported that the two cosmonauts aboard Russias Salyut 4 space lab will continue to fly during the SoyuzApollo ending their two month mission during the last 10 days of this Leonov and Kubasov land July Foreign Ministry press chief Vsevolod Sofinsky said in opening the Moscow news conference that the two ships union in orbit will strengthen peace and deepen the process of This is an example of solving many dif ficulties and mutual problems in an atmosphere of cooperation and mutual The Russians open the doubleheader with an EOT blastoff from their desert base east of the Aral The American and millions of other persons around the watch the launch on The launch is set for EDT We will see you in a couple of Stafford said in a telephone call to Leonov while both crews relaxed The threat of thunderstorms remained the one big worry for project officials 60 cited ORCHARD UPI Erie County Sheriffs deputies arrested 60 mostly on drug Saturday as young persons flocked to an outdoor rock concert in this Buffalo Deputies said all of the arrests were madein parking lots or on roads leading to Rich Stadium and that there was no trouble inside the Most of those arrested were charged with possession of but four persons were charged jointly with possession of a pistol without a deputies Sheriff Michael Amico had canceled all Saturday holidays and scheduled days off for members of his narcotics squad and tactical patrol Amico had about 70 deputies assigned to the Summerfest Part which featured four popular groups The Geils Johnny Winter and his Southern Blues and Gas price may reach gallon PRESIDENT FORD poses with six young Boy Scouts Sunday at the base of the flag pole at Fort in a reenactment of a picture taken when he was a Boy Scout back in As a Boy the President spent a month here raising the flag He cited the advantages of the scouting program during his visit to one of his haunts as a UPI More youthful1 Ford 62 years old today WASHINGTON UPI President in his first trip since becoming a showed this weekend he may be an effective campaigner among diverse groups in Middle America and by his own assessment made a lot of Whether speaking about economic moderation and restraint to corporate executives in or dropping in on a band concert in his home state of Ford received abundant At a regionally televised news conference in Ford again criticized Congress inaction on his energy The effect was not missed by political The President met with a group of Illinois GOP leaders in Chicago Saturday and with Michigan Republicans Political sources in Illinois say Fords handling of the Mayaguez incident and his use of the veto already are helping disarm a threat to his support there from former California Ronald Michigan William who joined Ford through his visit to the and state GOP chairman William McLaughlin are firm backers of Nelson Michigan is considered likely to provide support for Fords vice White House press secretary Ron Nessen stressed the trip was non saying Hes just out there being President of all the While it wasnt a political the fact he was able to show such solid support in his home state was a good another weekend Robert He The fellas got to start Ford rode along a parade route lined by persons at the National Cherry Festival in Traverse and spoke to 500 executives and their wives in Chicago Friday The effect was the same I He addressed a commencement audience of at Chicago State University Saturday and heard a high school band concert at Interlochen Arts Academy in The predominantly black audience in Chicago applauded politely the high cream of the nations young jumped sang happy birthday he is 62 today provided the most enthusiastic cheers of the Sunday was mostly relaxation on historic Mackinac Island in the Michigan straitsm Ford went to returned to old Mackinac for his first visit there since he was an Eagle Scout in was beaten in a tennis doubles match and played nine holes of golf described as not a very expert aboard Air Force he was asked about political support during the We made a lot of Ford By United Press International Dell a Miami says the recent surge in gasoline prices has not changed her familys vacation But it has curtailed her local For she if there is a good sale across I now weigh the savings against the extra gas Ill and I often find it more economical in the long run to pass up the In Joe sold hiSrfjsar and bought a It was his way of getting back at the oil com panies for high gasoline If no one checks it will go as high as they can get away According to a UPI the price of gasoline surged to 65 cents per gallon or higher in many areas of the nation during the weekend and pushed toward 70 All this talk about a 70cent which seemed so outlandish months is not that far said Forrett Vermont energy Some dealers predicted regular will cost a gallon by the end of the A Los Angeles dealer said that if the wholesale price reaches 70 cents a gallon by as he hell charge a dollar at the But Lou manager of a Mobil station in said motorists wont stand for The American public will blow up the storage tanks he Henry Jackson and Adlai who said Sunday some oil companies may have deliber ately manipulated gasoline prices in order to get huge windfall announced joint hearings in Washington beginning Wednesday to look into recent gasoline production cuts and price Federal Energy Administrator Frank Zarb will be the first President Ford today proposed phasing out remaining oil price controls by January 1978 in favor of a new overall price ceiling that would boost the price of gasoline about 7 cents a gallon by He said this would be a small price to pay to free the nation from dependence on foreign oil In the message to Ford warned that he would veto an extension of the current oil price control lawdue to expire 31unless the lawmakers accept this reasonable An oil industry economist doubted the price could go to a he I cannot say the price cant go to a Dollaragallon he said would require another Arab oil em wild action on prices by the Organization of Petroleum Exporting removal of the per barrel ceiling on old domestic oil and another hike in the import duty and high Most dealers think the price will peak at 70 or 75 cents this Denzel who runs a Phillips station in predicted the price would jump 10 to 15 cents from the 60 cent level by I doubt well see a gallon before the end of the unless we get another said another Texas Joe Zylka Jrm of But I do expect a gallon by next sum The UPI survey showed gasoline sola this weekend at 60 to 65 cents a Regulargrade gasoline was as low as 53 cents at selfservice or discount but as high as 68 cents at freeway or metropolitan Its the highest Ive ever said Bancroft Timmons of the Alabama Motorists Association in Kennedy concerned I feel about he I feel Butterfield no CIA agent NEW YORK UPI Alexander the presidential aide who disclosed to the nation the existence of the Nixon administrations White House says he was very definitely not an agent or contact for the Butterfield denied totally statements last week by retired Air Force Fletcher who said Watergate conspirator Howard Hunt told him Butterfield was a White House contact for the If I was their contact Butterfield said I was a hell of a poor because I had no contact whatsoever with the The former White House who later headed the Federal Aviation said he has never met or even seen House at the time of the Watergate Butterfield said his presence in the White House staff was kept from me It was purposely kept off the rolls and I had the official roll of all members of the White House staff in my capacity as Head of Hunt was not listed as a White House staff member at the behest of Richard Nixons chief of Butterfield said for what reason I have no Asked if he was ever assigned controlled employed by the CIA in any capacity during his service in the White Butterfield very definitely Butterfield disclosed the existence of a taping system in Nixons office while testifying at the Watergate hearings two years He said he had no doubts about the propriety of his BOSTON UPI Edward says constant speculation he will change his mind and run for President could hurt his Senate reelection in an interview in the Boston Sunday said Republicans might be encouraged by the presidential talk to launch a strong challenge against him in the Senate race next The speculation about the presidency is It isnotillogical to think that all the speculation about a candidacy or presidential draft would indicate to Republicans that their primary nomination in the state is very much worth fighting for and said Kennedy said last year he would not run for president and has consistently repeated that He has been campaigning openly for the This he has made seven speaking at Chamber of Commerce meeting with local leaders and becoming increasingly visible in the local Kennedy has been hounded by antibusing groups urging him to oppose courtordered school integration in political observers say he may lose votes because of lingering doubt over his involvement in the 1969 Chap paquidick accident which resulted in the death of Mary Jo Death knell heard More aid to Israel TEL AVIV UPI Israel and the United States have agreed Washington would provide up to billion in economic aid to Israel if a new interim Butterfield said Proutys claim peace accord is concluded with about CIA links to the White House had an Israeli newspaper said led reporters to at least discern a spy The newspaper Haaretz said this In other infiltration understanding was reached by Prime was used Minister Yitzhak Rabin and Secretary And I think that is Of State Henry Kissinger when they Butterfield said during a television met in gonn interview think it is false 60 I I am upset by Rabin and his top negotiators met in Jerusalem Sunday to draw up Israels Of a former CIA official who latest proposals for a new accord with was working parttime at the White Egypt in the Sinai During its regular meeting the cabinet authorized the government to go ahead with its negotiations on the basis of the RabinKissinger In the economic sphere it seems that there was understanding reached that the United States would give Israel economic aid of to billion and that additionally the United States would carry the expense of supplying oil to Israel for a threeyear the newspaper Following the Kissinger meeting the chances for an agreement have in creased UPI The John a leader of dissident moderates in the Lutheran ChurchMissouri said Sunday the synods convention last week sounded the death knell for the The meeting of the member the countrys seventh largest Protestant authorized the synod president to expel leaders of the moderate Speaking softly to a hushed audience of moderate Tietjen many at the convention heard the death knell sound for the Missouri many people at the con vention stated that the Missouri Synod is he The church we knew is no The Missouri Synod is in the process of destroying The conservative majority of the synod hierarchy last year ousted Tietjen as president of Concordia Seminary in Louis for allegedly teaching false Most faculty members and students left Concordia with Tietjen to form the Seminary in known as The synods biennial convention last week at authorized the Jacob conservative president of the to remove district presidents who permit the ordination of Seminex Weather Americans heading back to the farm TRIAL of Joan a young black woman charged with the ice pick slaying of Beaufort County Jailer Clarence opened in today with attorneys on both sides promising courtroom UPI WASHINGTON UPI For decades Americans have poured off the farms and into the But a government population study says all that has changed since 1970 and Americans are now heading back to rural Calvin author of the study released during the said the main reasons for the turnaround in the population pattern are the decentralization of the growth of retirement towns and state colleges in rural areas and the boom in recreational This is the first period in this cen tury in which nonmetro areas have grown at a faster rate than me tro wrote head of population studies for the Agriculture Scales analysis of census data showed that from 1970 to 1973 metro counties grew per cent and nonmetro counties swelled by per During the 1960s the me tro counties gained 6 million per sons while the nonmetro counties ac tually lost 3 million Metro counties are those containing cities of persons and up plus their neighboring commuter Beale cited additional causes for the change such as the narrowing of the differences in ruralurban living conditions and the interstate highway which makes access to remote parts of the county He also ronmental cultures mentioned movement the the antimaterialism envi youth and antisuburban attitudes and a growing sensitivity to urban problems of pollution and social But Beale One doubts that we are dismantling our system of Two exceptions to the new Beale were in the Great Plains states and black areas of the rural Variable cloudiness today and A chance of a brief shower or two through this High temperature about Low tonight in the mid Partly sunny with the high in the lower Winds mostly southerly 5 to 15 miles per The precipitation probability is 30 per cent today and 20 per cent tonight and Partly cloudy Wednesday and Thursday and Fair Daily highs in the HIGH 81 LOW 63 The high occurred at 3 and the low at 3 There was no and the barometer at read and Temperatures were 79 3 81 6 76 9 69 65 3 63 6 66 9 67 and   

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