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   Brownsville Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1975, Brownsville, Texas                                end WEATHER 1 Through Mid Mid 70t Born On The Fourth Of 1892 Freedom Newspapers TEXAS JULY Daily 15cSunday J5S Ford Planning On Announcing His Candidacy By HELEN THOMAS UPI White Reporter WASHINGTON UPI President Ford plans to formally an nounce his 1J76 candidacy in the next few according to The ofly remaining question li how and where he do The announcement plans were being made loday as Ford pre pared tomeet six governors on the subject of distributing federal highway trust The meeting coincided n presidential message Jo Congress proposing a shift In the distribution the appointed vice president who rose to the presidency nearly a year ago on the resignation ot Richard has indi cated by organizing a campaign committee and filing with the Federal Elections Commission that he intends to run for a full But he has repeatedly stopped short of an official Several While Hnuec officials said Ford probably woulii make the Friday on a threeflay swing through Michigan anil There were indications it might even happen as early as One aide said President has received some suggestions he1 declare his candidacy in a nationally televised But he predicted Ford more likely would take a low key ap proach In view of the advance Another aide said the issue of a television announcement had hot been The Presidents meeting with the governors ended a long July 4 weekend of golf and swimming in the White Houses new heated which he tested Saturday during his daughters 18th birthday DSThe weekend also included a July 4 speech at McHenry and three hours of talks with Indonesias President Suharto at the presidential retreat at Camp A spokesman said Ford intended to brief the six governors on his congressional message which will propose a shift to a bloc grant distribution of money in the federal highway trust fund that is used to help state local governments build and main tain He said Fords plan was intended to give slate and local officials i more flexibility in deciding how to use federal Ford also will recommend some revision in the federal gasoline tax the spokesman but he declined to provide He said only that the proposed change would deal with the ways of allocating revenues rather ihan any Increase in the taxes GOLAN HEIGHTS OCCUPIED BY ISRAEL Israel Devastates Palestinian Bases By United Press InUfnatloiiR The military command in Tel Israeli gunboats and Aviv said the two targets near artillery devastated Palestinian 1re had been used as staging guerrilla bases insouthern areas for guerrilla raids Lebanon tod ay in retaliation for against the Israeli settlements a guerrilla bombing that took of Rosh 14 lives in Jerusalem last Adamit and Kfar The attack lowed by the heaviest artillery 1 was the tirst ime duels along the in warplanes have struck against Reports Lebanon since jets bombed the frontier village of Kfar three weeks ft first use ofgunboats since raid againsf The and artillery strikes came three days after bloody guerrilla bombing 13 persons and 23 olhers in a busy initial from casualty Beirut said reports ISRAEL gunboats and artil lery pounded Palestinian positions in Southern Lebanon three days after a guerrilla bombing in A military spokesman in Beirut said the Israelis bombarded three Palestinian refugee Returning Congress Still Faces Big List Of Unresolved Issues Naming Of Member of Mayor Jim No names of yet another attempt b halt a Republican filibuster set for Tuesday prospective replacements have The House work Tuesday to consider By GENE BERNHARDT WASHINGTON lUPJ Congress returns from a July 4lh recess fac ing a long is I of unresolved issues ranging f rom weights But the Seriate is still sttilliett in df batfeovehwhether Louis Wyman or Democrat JohliDurkin should he seatad as the junior senator from New The Senate dbnyenes today for hiore debate on the with ByDANMcCLANAHAN The Brownsville City Com mission will meet In regular sesbeen discussed but control of the Elk Hills Naval Petroleum Reserve in California several are expected to be fromtheNavy to the Department of the paving the way Hall to again consider appointbrought before the commision for public access to the on Between votes on the New Hampshire Ihe Select Senate Another proposed in Committee investigating intelligence agencies meets again in creases of local telephone closed session still concentrating on alleged assassma Is scheduled for I Is second air ing lion plots h atched by the before the commission The matter was tabled Indefi nitely from a previous meeting because of the apparent inabil ity of Southwestern Bell rep resentatives to give concrete figures as to the amount of the requested Commissioners will consider a proposed ordinance to and vacate an alley rightofway between two lot In Block lOof LcsEbanos The matter is scheduled for first WASHINGTON UP I Ten of the 15 agenda items for President Ford asked Congress Tuesdays session are public today to adopt a nations hearings of Planning and Zoning highway program that would Commission distribute 25 per cent of the for The cases and federal gasoline taxes or their respective petitioners are about billion a year to the Case 108 Thomas and Peyton two blocks A White House statement saM sleeping giant for a quarter of rom LOS Ebanos Subdivision to Fords plan which was a is spewing molten expected to meet with great lava In a major eruption Case Mary a resistence in Congresswould attracting thousands of trom Ebony Acres gve j of thfi federal division to governments 4 cent a gaiion Theworlds largest volcano Case Development Engasoline tax to any state that erupted Saturday night for the acre parcel from raises its own gas tax by at least first time since 1950 on si Pedregal Subdivision to 1 cent Hawaiis largest Two The proposed federal highway flows of molten lava cascaded Case m Development Enact of 1975 aims at finishing the down the slopes of a acre parcel mile interstate highway foot destroying every from El Pedregal Subdivision to which is now 35 per thing in their Mn and Case Development Eiv state and local governments todays attacks put the toll at 13 persons killed and 37 20 of them Beirut said the dead included a woman and two A Palestinia guerrilla spokesman said the guerrillas inflicted very heavy casual ties on the Israelis but Israel said all of its forces returned An Israeli spokesman said Israeli commandos landed just south of the coastal town of blew up at least three houses suspected of harboring guerrillas and fired on a jeep with at least three men in destroying it and killing all The new IsraeliPalestinian guerrilla clashes came at a time of intense diplomatic activity aimed at trying to reach an interim peace agree ment on the IsraeliEgyptian front in the Sinai Israel said it had decided to wait at least another week on its decision whether topullback from two passes in the Sinai as the men of a replacement on the Public Utilities Board for Haul Tijerina who has served the maximum two terms on the finished oul his second term as His term ex pired and commis sioners have deferred action several times in recent weeks on naming his The matter was expected to appear on next weeks but was moved up to this weeks order of business at the request Hawaiian Reaching week arc of Transportation proposals whiclf1 wi se off debate maximum truck weights allowed m interstate ylbe reduced and whether supersonic passemwaircratt should be allowed to land United Amonth Among the wilnessesis retired Edward who ong recess stgrt House Assistant Democra has denied as distortions a report that former Attorney General Leader John McFall tofdmembers before their return this week Robert Kennedy ordered him in 1962 tohavetheCIAworkoutplans face working schedule for Ihe entire month of for getting rid of Cuban leader Fidel Israel Waiting For Next Step By ALLEN ALTER JERUSALEM UP The Israeli government has wait a 11 east a week before t aking the next step in negotiations Egypt on an interim Middle East peace A gov ernment spokesman s aid the cabinet decided Sunday to ask the United Stales to gel additional details on Egypts negotiating demands before The clarifications in Egypts position have not come to an end and they must cabinet secretary Gershon Avner Ihe matter is not ripe for a decision The Israeli national radio said the government decided to delay a decision until next Sundays cabinet meeting at the soonest despite American pressure for a rapid The radio said Secretary of State Henry Kissinger had been pushing for an Israeli decision before he meets Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko in Geneva this The United States has been pressuring Israel to make the neces sary territorial concessions for a new military disengagement ag reement with Egypt in the Sinai In an ABC television interview over the Kissinger linked Ihe degree of future American support for Israel with the Others scheduled to testify included former Secretary ot State its decision whether topullback the AbuRudeis oil field and Dean Ruskretired Maxwell and McGeorge from two passes in the Sinai as Mitla Giddl mounlain the but has special assistant for security affairs for Presidents John Kennedy Hje price of an balked ol Israels request for 9 treaty of nonbelligerency between and Lyndon DlraizdeparleS for Washington today to seek additional clarification from Secretary of on the rammilteisf leid to creation of a new State Henry g Lebanese reports said the Treasury William Sinongoejb the House Ways and shelled eight border Means Tuesday to give his ptybsals for tax and that one person Sharing Of Gas Taxes Proposed Children Left In Car Die Of Heat I iJVil Hawaii UPI The Mauna Loa UPI Two children locked in a parked car died from brain damage be cause their body temperatures Storm Line Rumbles Over Southland A road near a weather By United Press International Thunderstorms lumbered across the southland A line of storms roamed from western Tennessee and Arkan sas into Oklahoma and another stretched from North Carolina to reported more than four inches of rain Sunday night as he storm ay from El Pedregal to use federal highway aid Case Birds por The plan also would put tions of two tots uf Brownsville greater emphasis on intercity lava moved at the rate of Land and fmprovemnt Subroutes of notional several miles an hour toward according to the White House Case Juan Lot Two ot Linda Vista Subdivision air of the gasoline to re tax revenue goes into the Csse md Highway Trust four lots from Colling Under the Presidents propo only 1 cenl of the tax on Appeal of Kurhberto each gallon would go Into a DON PEDRO Saera from Planning aixl Zoning Highway Trust Two the refusal to approve cents would go into the general Hke M tfaty rezbhlhg tract from West treasury funds and 1 cent to tke CHy Brownsville Subdivision from any state that hikes its own apartment o retail classlflcagasoline tax by lor more cents a H U re Appeal caje of Jesus Moore To help state and local 4s tet rom Planning and Zoning ruid wanfs Mri rirr to recommend reaming a number of highway sperriing lc irMMl tot from East Brownsville Subprograms now totally about pair crews worked frantically from residential to JO cut to four general to get the system moving Aad he apartment f I V Thunderstorm warnings were in effect for northeastern Storms spread over he Great Ihe Ohio Valley and the Plains Sunday and soaked portions of the New York metropolitan One thunderstorm dumped an inch of rain on the New York flooding subway stalling trains and causing scores of minor The rains closed down por tions of the citys subway system and forced transit authority police to evacuate several trains on one line in There were no reports of injuries to Subway dispatchers and re reached IOC according to an Chief Detective Jim Carter said he would meet with the Ssdgwick County district attor ney today to discuss filing charges against the mother of Veronica and her 22monlhold brother Doctors were able to save a third Stepanie The childrens Connie had left the chil dren in the car SuTiday while she went inio the ScJgwick Cssinty Jail to visil a Carter This is a tragedy and simply never should have Carter Theres no reason why someone should leave their kids in the car in this Carter said the car was com pletely sealed except for a win dow open about one inch and that ihe temperature ir car was much higher than the 90 degree tempera lures It was not known how long Ihe children werein the A passerby noticed the chil and called an Carter She was on nnd after the car was unlocked she helped Ihe children beiore the ambulance This Is the first incident such as this that I can recall in the pnsl ten he But its not that You hear about them in other parts of the You tlicy have ads on lhal say windows rolled down on a hot day If you leave pets in the Carter People should know they should do he same with Holiday Road Toll Up To 476 By United Press International The Fourth ot July holiday toll climbed toward the lower ftnd of the National Safety Councils preholiday projection late Sunday as hurried home from holiday weekend A count by United Press International showed 476 per sons had died in traffic A breakdown of accidental deaths Traffic Drowning 155 Planes 8 Other 47 Total 686 Texas reported 42 traffic California Illinois Florida New York and 18 and Kentucky Two both pede ware killed by a hit andrun driver on Detroits east side in the opening hours of the holiday period Thursday Witnesses said the driver first down then made a stuck and killed Leo who had come to the womans then sped Water Hose was killed and two wounded in these Israel said Lebanon began this action by shelling two Israeli border villages with Sovietmade rock The Israeli account of the action said Israeli navy gun boats and warpianes pounded the bases south of Rashidiyeh and just north of Tyre on the Lebanese The military command said the boats launched the first attack and the planes struck at first The the first into in less than a apparently were provoked by the guerrillaset bomb in Jerusalem Friday that killed 14 perscns and wounded 77 It was the worst blast in the Holy City since Jewish guerril las killed 90 persons in an explosion at the King David Hotel The 14lh viciim died She was Mira a Jerusalem social A Lebanonese Israels national radio said a tentative agreement By the cabinet would free Israel from making any new concessions for nearly Avner said Simcha Israels ambassadorto the United reported to the cabinet Sunday on his talks last week wilh Kissinger about Egypts An official communique said Dinitz reviewed Ihe whole gamut of bilateral relations with the Uniled It said the cabinet then voted unanimously to continue the pro cess of clarification with the United States in connection with various elements of a possible Israeli officials want Egypt to clarify the political and economic concessions it will make in return for withdrawal in the Sinai Fireworks Blasts Thought Gunshots Two unidentified Brownsville men were convinced they had picked the wrong rcvotel to steal ice from for their Sunday inorn ing beacli The pair stopped by police headquarters on their way to the beach to complain that the uian ager of a local motor hotel had fired several shots at them as they left his According to statements from the they had gone to the spokesman fboM said the Israelis struck Lebaa who was nese army positions as well as there and had taken an ice chest refugee with them as they climbed to the The spokesman said gunboats second floor of the eslablish homharded the refugee camps They said they were met of Rashidiyeh and Burgnear ihe ice machine by the He said warpianes hit who asked if they the Dahr Maaroud camp were They told police the Caicns of rockets ond men began to curse them and He said three fsreeii gunsaid he was go to get his gun and supported by formations shoot of attacked RaThe men said they then got shidiyeh for nearly an into their auto and pulled out of touching off a large fire at the the parking lot into the At that they they heard He said Israeli warpianes shots coming from the direction then bombarded Dahr Maaroud of the motel and turned to see the for 30 minutes and naval manager apparently preparing vessels laler struck against to fire another Bourgouliyeh for After taking statements from the police went to ihe Hoi Warm Nights Iisdex Partly cloudy and hot is fore cast through with fair and High temperatures today and Drowns Boy BATON UPI A boy jammed a runTuesday in the mid 90s near the ningwalerhose Inhls mouth and coast to degrees in tneuppCT police East Baton Rouge Parish au said Msrcus Ray Man ley was unable ly dislodge the hose and water flooded his FEATURE PAGE Abby 2 Amusements classified id Comics 8 Editorial 5 Hcrostope Hospital 12 winds wll oreobituaries 12 vail at 15 to 8 s 9 decreasing to 4 to 8 WeHthM Womens News 2 and questioned the who said he had confronted the two men as but cursing He also denied a KJ reference to use of saying his only gun had been len frnm the motel some to the man the shots which the two ported hearing wars apparently reports froin fireworks being set off by children near the Hot Gas Leak Cause Blast ESTES UPIt A whose motor home exploded and blamed the incident on hot brakes and a ruptured gas Im just thankful we got of it in said William who was on vacation with his wife grandson Sunday when the accident occurred on n moun tain road two miles southeast of Essies Officials said the William Dreese family of was driving behiad the motor home and noticed llie undercarriage of the on The Dreeses Lancosters who evacuated their motor home just as it exploded a first Following the first the vehicle rolled exploded again and The motor homa gallon   

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