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   Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - September 20, 1976, Wellsville, New York                                New experiment set to test life on Mars UPI Viking 2 unsure why the soil scoop failed to dump pebbles into a test plan another experiment in their search for life on Mars and will take pictures of the The new for an organic will be dug up next officials at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory said This time pictures will be taken of each step in the scooping sequence so that if anything goes scientists will know what caused they learned the which had been jammed a week ago and later fixed by a command from 232 million miles did not dump a load of Martian pebbles into an inorganic chemistry test They planned to reschedule this test later after performing the organic The organic chemistry test checks for signs of carbon which are needed to confirm life on the red A transmission from the space robot Sunday confirmed that the load of rocks and soil did not get into the test First analysis of next weeks experiment will begin This will be the second sample taken for the carbon molecule The first was taken 8 and was scraped from underneath a By using soil that was protected by the scientists hoped to get samples that had not been exposed to ultraviolet radiation for millions of they could change the chemical makeup of the The most recent malfunction was the third time Viking scientists had to free an arm on a lander once on Viking 2 and twice on Viking Computer commands were sent to override a faulty switch on the collector head that digs up The scoop earlier had delivered soil samples to three biology instruments and the soil was itiellsville Serving Allegany and Potter Counties Copyright by The Irtcnhon Compnni All rights reserved NinetyFifth Yeai New Monday September 1 976 10 Cents Per Copy Press rights cited UPI Four Fresno Bee who went to jail rather than reveal their news appeared at a rally Sunday and were praised for their courage by the state Bar of The courage of the Fresno Four in declining to reveal their source of information on pain of imprisonment is commended by this the passed bar resolution The bar said the outcome of the in which the newsmen were freed Friday after 15 days honored the principle that a free press is as necessary to effective delivery of justice as is a vigorous Three who are delegates to the bars annual convention introduced the which passed in amended form by a 229190 vote after a halfhour At the rally outside the meeting a statement was read from the American Civil Liberties which expressed outrage at the jailing of four Fresno The statement added The press cannot fulfill its obligation when restricted in its criticism or ability to challenge an important A press cowering before governmental abuse is a press incapable of meeting its public Bee Managing Editor George ombudsman James Bort and reporters William Patterson and Joe spoke briefly at the rally of about 60 Gruner said We hope by pur actions that we can make jurists throughout the nation aware of our journalistic ethic not to reveal confidential We appreciate the wide support we have received during this 21month The in which the four newsmen refused to tell how they got a secret grand jury transcript about alleged took 21 months and was carried tothe Supreme Superior Judge Hollis Best said in releasing the four that evidence showed there is an articulated moral principle in the news media against disclosing Judge Best imposed fiveday sentences on the Fresno newsmen for contempt but suspended the terms in view of time Gruner said the conflict with the court was more a standoff than a Bort told the We are proud of the institution of the press in this Rosato thanked everyone for and Patterson We are sure any newsman would have done the same thing in the same The support we have received restores my faith in Ford talks open today with UAW SMOLDERING were qukkly extinguished but Scio firemen poured water into the attic of a burning house last to put down the thick smoke caused by smoldering sawdust The woodframe house is owned by a Buffalo hunters whose cabin on the Morgan Road was destroyed by fire last Reporter Photo i Kissinger reports progress on African peace mission South Africa UPI Secretary of State Henry Kissinger began the final leg of his African peace mission today with a return trip to black Africa to report on the major progress produced in his talks with Rhodesian Premier Ian Smith on black majority Smith already has returned to Rhodesia to brief his cabinet and the ruling Rhodesian Front which last week gave him a free hand to negotiate with I am satisfied that Smith and his collaborators will report favorably to their Kissinger said Sunday after almost eight hours of whose first stop today was said he will discuss the talks with black African particularly President Kenneth Kaunda of Zambia and Julius Nyerere of whom he also visited en route to South I expect the process of consultation will be complete by the end of the Kissinger Asked about the substance of any Kissinger said I think my statement speaks for itself and obviously if progress had not been made there would be nothing for Smith to report to the Rhodesian Reporters traveling with the Kissinger party were told the talks 154 die in crash Turkey UPI A Turkish Airlines Boeing 727 flying almost at rooftop level smashed into a mountain in rugged southwest Turkey Sunday and exploded in killing all 154 persons Dutch and Italian Airline officials speculated engine trouble may have caused the on a domestic flight from Istanbul to the Mediterranean resort of to crash into Karakaya Mountain just 30 miles short of its Officials said only 23 of the 147 passengers were The others were Italian and Dutch tour The plane carried a crew of There were no an airline official Witnesses said the plane flew too low over 30 miles north of the crash It was flying dangerously low over the almost touching the a witness A few moments later it hit the mountain and was gutted in We still do not know the cause of the but eyewitness accounts in dicate that the plane may have developed engine trouble in an airline official Weather conditions were good at the time of the Cite miracle in Naples Italy UPI The dried blood of Naples patron saint liquefied on schedule putting off calamity at least until About Neapolitans jammed in and around the port citys cathedral applauded and set off fireworks in crying Januarius has done the If the congealed blood of Januarius San contained in two glass fails to liquefy on three days each Neapolitans believe disaster The blood failed to liquefy last May after eight days of prayers and During that northeast Italys Friuli region was devastated by a major earthquake that killed nearly represented major On the flight to South a senior official had told reporters a meeting with the Rhodesian leader was unlikely unless it could be assumed Smith was prepared to make significant concessions toward black rule in where blacks outnumber 23 to Regarding possible one official with the Kissinger party said possibly the first thing Smith Party support goes to Ford NEW YORK UPI The state committee of New Yorks Conservative Party has voted to make President Ford its candidate after narrowly defeating a motion to leave the partys line blank on the November presidential Jim the partys state said Ford won the Conservative nomination Saturday by a 145 to 114 vote over Suffolk County Committeeman Anthony Diperna in the balloting at the Belmont Plaza the committee members defeated a move to withhold any nomination by a 140137 ODoherty There was a strong antiFord said Tom a member of the partys executive of the earlier A lot of people were dissatisfied with Ford appointments and Ford foreign specifically the continuation of Henry Kissinger in the would have to deliver would be his own head on a platter meaning his The official was assuming Smith would not be acceptable to the black who have been supporting the Rhodesian guerrilla movement fighting for majority and that Smiths own conservative supporters would probably disown him if lie gave in on the principle of keeping the government in white Kissinger also was expected to visit Zaire and Kenya before ending the diplomatic shuttle in where he plans to brief British Prime Minister James Callaghan on developments in southern The United States and Britain have worked closely on the plan that Kissinger spelled out to Smith in Diplomatic officials in Dar es Salaam said the plan included an early constitutional conference in London to set up a new framework for Rhodesia and an 1824 month transitional stage with a 5050 black and white The plan also included the establishment of a firm date for independence and an insurance fund to compensate whites displaced by a black Kissinger and South African Prime Minister John Vorster held lengthy discussions during the weekend on independence for SouthWcst Africa which is administered by South An American spokesman said afterward considerable progress had been made on the but gave no DETROIT UPI With four days of preparation behind the Ford Motor and the United Auto Workers today faced the first formal bargaining session since work ers struck the 2 automaker six days Four days of probing sessions between the highestlevel Ford and UAW leaders may have paved the way for a quick start of intensive bargain ing that could hold the nationwide dispute to less than three observers The key issue still on the table is the one that triggered the walkout at last Tuesday the unions demand for more paid time You can be sure the worktime issue was one of the main topics they were talking said one union With just the top people sometimes a lot more can be accomplished then when the full bargaining committees are The unions national negotiating sent home by UAW President Leonard Woodcock several hours before the stiMkc has returned to Fords World Headquarters in surburban Other unresolved issues include union demands for a wage financial relief for improved benefits and greater financing of the special fund that gives laid off workers up to 95 per cent of their regular take home One optimistic note was that Woodcock and UAW Vice President Ken Bannon spent Saturday and Sunday at Fords World It was believed the two met informally with Sidney Fords labor vice though no details on the meeting were But a letter sent by Woodcock and Bannon to the presidents of 56 striking UAW locals dampened thoughts of a quick They charged Ford forced the nationwide strike when it refused to budge on the worktime issue because it wants to keep making super high The public airing of the issue was seen as a strong sign the UAW and Ford arc far apart on the key union When the strike the UAW had been demanding at least one paid day off a month a demand the union said would force Ford to increase its work force by about 5 per The union rejected Fords offer of two and a half to five extra days off each year tied to workers absenteeism The strike already has begun having an effect on workers outside of Fords Some Ford of Canada covered by a separate were idled today and officials say dwindling parts supplies probably will force the remainder of the Canadian Ford workers out of work by the end of the In 165 Caterpillar who make diescl engines for Ford were laid off and company spokesman warned of even more forced Coalition in upset victory in Sweden Sweden UPI A nonSocialist coalition won an upset victory in Swedens parliamentary elections ousting the Social Democrats from power for the first time in 44 years and launching the country on a new political Premier Olof the longest ruling prime minister in Western Europe at the time of his said he will resign if officials confirm the 180169 nonSocialist majority predicted by the Swedish Broadcasting Computer analysts said there could only at a oneseat change when official results are filed Wednesday You can count on a efficient Palme The Social Democratic party in Sweden will come back to power within the foreseeable Thorbjoern leader of the Center party and probably the next It will be a strong parliamentary People will see the advantages of a The new political situation will be highly It all takes like steering a big In iddition to the Center other members of the nonSocialist coalition were the Conservative and Liberal par The major election issues were increased socialism and the Center partys opposition to nuclear power Voter turnout was per Under the Social Sweden enjoyed one of the worlds highest living New rail service Group raps cost of insurance UPI Losses to fires are going up but insurance companies are not trying to hold costs down by determining when blazes were caused by a state fire fighters group Robert president of the New York State Professional Fire Fighters said in a statement Sunday that the companies raise rates to cover losses rather than trying to find out if a fire was caused by arson and might not have to be If people know they can get away with they will torch their boats or cars when thcry run into money troubles Gollnick The incidence of arson has tripled in the state in the past 10 and losses in fires have gone from million to Gollnick The groups leader charged that despite the insurance companies in 1970 stopped funding arson investigators who worked tor the Insurance Service Gollnick called for the State Insurance Department to require companies selling coverage in the state to conduct investigations of suspicous fires for which claims are There arc arson investigation units only in fire departments in New York Rochester and Gollnick He charged that insurance companies encourage arsonfor profit by paying claims without and he said the companies Benefit from higher rates imposed as claims paid UPIi Turbo trains with potential top speeds of 125 go into regular passenger service in New York State today after two of the trains got champagne dousings to celebrate their The new trains will not be running at top speeds for a because roadbed and signal improve ments are as State Transportation Commissioner Raymond Schulcr noted In ceremonies at the Amtrak station here marking the end of introductory runs from Buffalo and New York Schuler said the state expects to receive four more of the highspeed units before the end of the The million each of which can produce about nearly touched noses on the same track as each got a bath of New York State champagne from Ellen the commissioners 13yearold Each train stopped along its route Saturday and Sunday for public Schuler One other train has already been and Schuler called utilization of the trains a new era of intercity travel for New Some rightofway improvements have already been Schuler and a million signal improvement on the Schencctady Poughkeepsie ro ute is to be started Weather more showers likely 50 to Variable cloudiness and a chance of more showers High about Southwest winds shifting to northwest The chance of rain is 70 per cent tonight and 50 per cent Variable cloudiness Wednesday and Thursday and a chance of showers Unseasonably cool for the period with lows in the mid 40s and highs ranging from 60 to HIGH 75 LOW 49 The high occurred at 6 and the low at 6 There was a trace of rain recorded and at the barometer read and Temperatures for the 24hour period were 68 3 73 6 75 9 60 53 3 50 6 49 9 53   

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