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Daily Telegram, The (Newspaper) - August 7, 1976, Adrian, Michigan Weather cooler the daily Telegram weather details on Page u vol 161 no 32 Good evening Lenawee county Adrian Michigan saturday August 7 1976 is pages they say eliminate the office of vice president one alternative would be to run somebody for vice president aa4 let him pick a presidential running Eugene Mccarthy presidential candidate Price fifteen cents news in Kissinger toasts Iran Tehran Iran i a Secretary of state Henry a Kissin Ger says the continuation of major arms sales to Iran is essential to american National Security a stable Middle East and to balancing soviet Power in his Toast Kissinger criticized a recent Senate committee report questioning the size and Wisdom of u s military sales to Iran the report said the United states has sold Iran billion in arms since 1972 and americans have gone there in connection with the sales thus raising questions of american involvement in Iran Auto club raises rates Detroit a the automobile club of Michigan has raised its car insurance rates for the second time in less than a year but says it will still lose Money the new increase effective sept 1 will average about per cent for the million members who take insurance from the clubs Detroit automobile inter insurance Exchange the average Premium increase will be about club officials said Clifford Benson Exchange general manager said the rate increase is the first reflection of Michigan no fault Benson said we still support the injury provisions of the no fault Law but the benefits Are costing astronomical sums the provision for unlimited medical care May prove to be too much of a Burden to people paying premiums showers Wash East by the associated press fair and pleasant weather soothed a Broad stretch of the nations midsection today while showers washed the Eastern Seaboard and parts of the Northwest an unseasonable chill dropped temperatures into the 40s and 50s overnight from the Plains to the great lakes and Over upper new England but a gradual warming was in Prospect through the weekend nearly inches of rain drenched Athens and an area near Columbus Ohio during the night in the West up to an Inch washed Wenatchee and a Flash flood watch was hoisted for northeastern Washington bomber is sentenced Madison wis a concurrent seven year sentences were handed Down Friday in the Case of David s Fine the second person to be sent to prison on charges stemming from a fatal Antiwar bombing at the University of Wisconsin Madison Campus six years ago Fine sentenced to seven years on Federal charges and seven Vears on state charges to be served concurrently spent Friday night in the Dane county jail awaiting assignment to a Federal prison Viking 2 to orbit Mars Pasadena Calif a searching for signs of life on Mars looked to the results of new experiments per formed by Viking 1 while the probes twin Viking 2 prepared vikingp2aprobe with its robot Lander mated to the Orbi Ter Mother ship was to fire a deceleration rocket blast then Mars Gravity was to pull the Fourton Craft into orbit Early orbit Viking 2 will Survey Mars Northern latitudes in preparation for a touchdown on sept 4 to continue the search a successful orbit of Viking 2 would Mark the first time the United states has had two spacecraft simultaneously orbiting another planet three other probes flew past Mars in the 1960s and one probe Mariner 9 orbited Mars m plane crash probed Chicago a investigators began picking through the remains of a converted 1940vintage bomber today to learn who it sheared through two Homes killing both pilots a woman in her Home and injuring three other the plane took off Friday afternoon from Midway Airport in the residential Southwest Side of Chicago the Pilot radio Dan emergency a few minutes later and headed Back to the Airport plummeted on half mile Short of the runway hitting Homes and garages and shearing off three feet of a flagpole beside a vacant elementary school missing the building itself sport firm in trouble new York a Abercrombie Fitch suppliers of sporting equipment to the great the near great and the Ordinary for 84 years says it will seek permission to reorganize under the Federal bankruptcy act Board chairman Harry g Haskell or said Friday that the Madison Avenue based firm will file a petition on monday for a plan of arrangement under chapter 11 of the bankruptcy didst forget his girl Pontiac Mich a a millionaire construction heir who committed suicide in court by swallowing cyanide wired to his girl Friend and to her Mother according to probate court records the will of Jack Rose 46 of Southfield was Tinea for probate Friday one week after he killed himself when a judge sentenced him to life in prison for plotting to have his a wife Eahie of roses estate was estimated at is million in assets and s100 000 in property by Irving Rose special admin Strator of the will at one time during a six year divorce roses personal Fortune was estimated As High As s5 million on the inside who needs up Lansing Mich a vice presidents who needs pm not Independent presidential candidate Eugene Mccarthy id eliminate the office Mccarthy said Friday even though he has not decided himself whether to choose a running mate Mccarthy commented at a news conference prior to at tending a fund raising dinner in nearby East Lansing one alternative he suggested half jokingly would be to run somebody for vice president and let him pick a presidential running seriously he added one Way to replace the current system by which a presidential Nomi Nee chooses a running mate is to provide for an interim occupant and arrange for a National election when a president Dies in his own Case he said we have different people running As vice president in each they Are listed mainly to fill technical requirements various states have for filing a Campaign spokes Man explained in Michigan Patricia Wey Mouth a professor at Michigan state University is listed As Mccarthy vice presidential running mate to fill that technical requirement the spokesman added Mccarthy said his sup porters will have a convention in late August or september and might choose a vice presidential running mate or he said the various vice presidential candidates can just keep on running for office and the electoral College could pick a Winner unless a president Dies they vice presidents dont get elected to succeed him and if they do get elected for some reason they dont turn out too he said Mccarthy said he Hopes to pick up support from the 53 per cent of the voters who didst vote in the last election he said Hes raised about the state of Michigan says Mccarthy name cant go on the ballot because he has no formal party affiliation funds Bill is signed Lansing Mich a gov William Milliken has signed into Law a million appropriations Bill to fund the operations of the legislature the state court system and the executive Branch the Bill which will fund the departments of the attorney general state Treasury management and budget civil service and civil rights was signed Friday with two vetos however Milliken vetoed in general fund Money that would have been used for an upper Peninsula state civil service office saying the office should be funded in a different Way he also vetoed for the department of states historical division he needed to veto the entire item in order to disapprove of included in the budget to acquire land for initial developments of the Carp River forge near mar Quette and Negaunee he said estimates that the future costs of the program would reach million make the commitment in potential conflict with other state pro Gram Milliken said he will ask the legislature to restore the remaining of the historical divisions funds gop loser tax Cut Bill approved in Senate entertaining friends Edgar Bergen and his Friend Mortimore nerd entertained some Young friends yesterday at the Kalamazoo Airport before a motorcade whisked the former radio Star to Decatur the famed ventriloquist is in the town where he spent part of his boyhood for a weekend Celebration a wire photo three children killed in school bus crash Neola Iowa a Lori ring 13 was on the school bus on a sunny Day perfect for a swimming Outing then the bus turned Over when she regained consciousness three Young companions were dead All i remember was the bus Driver yelled of and i looked out and everything was All Lori said later when i came to i was looking at my dad i was out till dad Shook Lori daughter of or and mrs Paul ring was one of at least 33 survivors of the Acci Dent Friday afternoon near Neola the Accident killed two 8vearolds one of them the daughter of bus Driver Carolyn James and a 12yearold most survivors were taken to a hos Pital in nearby Council Bluffs for treatment or observation authorities said they did not know How Many were on the bus because nobody made a list a few survivors might have walked away investigators from the National transportation safety Board today were trying to find out Why the Trice Ter school District bus Over turned fridays trip was a privately organized affair not a school Outing last year the deteriorating Neola swimming Pool was closed because the town didst have Money for repairs women on Rise claim the Road commission approved a project to replace the floor beams and deck on a Bridge on Road on the Seneca Medina township line details Are on Page 3 Camp meetings have been held at Ogden since 1939 and a photo look at this years appears on Page 2 Barry Clark captured his fourth straight meadowland or Golf tournament yesterday after leading the entire tourney Story and photos on Page 6 a japanese banker is in Adrian this weekend to learn the american Brand of banking photo on Page 11 Church Hospital 7 to Bay City Mich a a former Bay county sheriffs Deputy was arraigned Friday on assault and Battery charges for allegedly spitting in the face of a reporter from the Bay City times Jeffrey counts 28 brought the criminal charges against Timins j Schafer an unsuccessful candidate for the re publican sheriffs nomination in tuesdays primary and the former mayor of Essexville counts claims Schafer spit in his face and a scuffle ensued when the were at the county clerks office tuesday night while primary returns were being counted a Chafer stood mute at his arraignment before District court judge Ira w Butterfield on the Misdemeanour charge he is free on his own recognizance a pretrial hearing has been set for aug 20 Washington a the state department stung by the filing of a sex discrimination suit admits there Arent Many women in the diplomatic corps but says the number is increasing statistics on the number of women diplomats were made available Friday after a Federal suit was filed earlier this week claiming that the department discriminates against women in hiring promotion and assignments the filing of the class action suit was the weeks second embarrassment for the state department in the area of hiring practices Secretary of state Henry a Kissinger was heckled and booed in Boston on monday after being asked during a talk to the National Urban league to explain Why there Are fewer Blacks in the state department than in other Federal agencies in the figures released Fri Day the department said women represent 9 per cent or 312 of a total foreign service officer corps listed As this is an increase of 3 per cent Over the past decade the department said it also said that Over 40 years Only seven women Ca Dunn to seek r in Omin action Lansing Mich a Gerald r Dunn of Lansing said Friday he will seek renomination to the University of Michigan Board of regents at the state democratic convention in Detroit later this month Dunn 41 was elected to the Board in 1968 a former state senator from Flint he is now executive Secretary of the metropolitan association for improved school legislation reer diplomats have served As ambassadors in foreign countries two others have been nominated recently and Are awaiting confirmation the suit filed in District court Here claimed Crim nation in All aspects of the personnel it asked Kissinger to disclose within 60 Days the standards for promotion and assign ments the suit was filed on behalf of virtually All women officers in the department As Well As five specific individuals according to the depart ments statistics women com prise 17 per cent of All applicants who were accepted into the foreign service this year after passing the departments examination Man found not guilty South Bend ind a a South Bend Man facing charges in Michigan was found innocent Friday of murdering a Young woman whose body was not found the verdict was returned by a St Joseph county Superior court jury of five men and seven women in the Case of Gerald Libertowski 34 the jury began deliberations at noon thursday after a one week trial Libertowski had been charged with first degree murder in connection with the november 1973 disappearance of Janiece langs 21 she was described As a former Girlfriend of the defendant Libertowski faces a first de Gree murder charge from Ber Rien county where he is accused in the disappearance of Janice Kay Sanders of Niles another a Girlfriend who is still missing so parents in the farming Community of about sent their children on twice weekly trips to a swimming area at Avoca about 22 Miles away and this time less than a mile North of Neola the bus hit a Bridge abutment on Iowa Highway 191 the Impact ripped out the front Axle the bus jumped onto the Bridge railing and flipped into a Ravine its front end was sheared off the motor fell into mos Quito Creek the bus came to rest on its roof teetering on the Edge of a 15foot drop off into the Creek which had about 18 inches of water in it the dead were Page James 8 daughter of the Driver Jim Gilbraith 8 son of or and mrs Lowell Gilbraith and Robbie Hood 12 son of or and mrs Ernest l Hood sixteen children and mrs James 39 were hospitalized thirteen others were treated and released three did not re quire treatment Willard James fathering Law of the Driver said mrs James a licensed bus Driver was just Tore All to her 6yearold daughter Marti also on the bus was treated for a Mouth injury in addition to the safety Board a special research Engi Neering team from Ann Arbor was to investigate the crash that team investigated a school bus crash near Martinez earlier this year in which 29 persons were killed Washington a a Senate House conference com Mittee holds the Fate of a far reaching Bill that extends tax cuts for individuals and pro Vides a variety of tax Breaks for some of the nations largest businesses the Bill was passed 49 to 22 by the Senate on Friday night nearly eight months after the House approved its own sharply different measure sometime the week of aug 23 leaders of the Senate finance committee and the 18 Hurt i Rescue Battle Creek Mich a at least 18 persons suffered minor Burns Friday As they rescued the Driver of an acid tank truck which ran off interstate 94 South of Battle Creek the Driver Gaylord Peter son 52 of Flat Rock was pin Ned in his truck cab for More than 45 minutes As acid dripped on him he was taken in serious condition to Bronson Hospital in Kalamazoo police said the tank truck loaded with caustic sodium and bound from Detroit to Chicago swerved out of control on interstate 94 the truck overturned and rolled into a ditch spewing its acid cargo into the air and some nearby Trees As state police and other rescuers and onlookers got close to the damaged vehicle the acid dripped on some of them workers at a nearby restau rant brought All the ice cubes Thev could find and used them on the injured to ease effects of the acid Burns a Hose line was used to keep the Driver sprayed constantly until he could be pulled free state police summoned a Tow truck to tear off the acid damaged truck door so they could free Peterson who suffered third degree Burns Over 30 per cent of his body traffic on interstate 94 resumed after the area around the disabled truck was closed off for a Brief time House ways and Means com Mittee will Start the tedious process of trying to reconcile differences Between the two Bills but one thing seems certain the average taxpayer will face no increase in Federal income taxes at least until january 1978 rep Al Ullman who will head the House conferees indicated Friday that he favors the general approach taken by the Senate on individual taxes which was to freeze them at current Levels through dec 31 1977 the House Bill would extend current tax cuts originally enacted last year Only through the end of this year the individual tax cuts now in effect Are Worth about s180 a year to a typical family of four with an income of Extension of the individual tax cuts along with across the Board tax reductions that were voted for businesses last Vear represents the major part of the Bill voted by the Senate but the measure contains an estimated 300 other provisions there Are special tax Breaks for parents of College students for housewives the elderly and working parents and a com plete rewriting of the estate tax Law there Are across Leboard tax Breaks for businesses especially for Oil companies life insurance companies airlines railroads and ship builders while the Senate Bill is considerably More generous to in and businessmen than is the House version it still at tempts to shut off some tax shelter abuses and to ensure that All High income investors Pav some taxes the Senate Bill seeks to offer specific tax Relief to the parents of College students by Al lowing them to take a special tax credit to homeowners by letting them deduct the Cost of Energy related Home improve ments to working parents by simplifying and liberalizing tax benefits to offset costs of child care and to homemakers by launching a program that eventually could Lead to federally subsidized pensions for spouses who dont work outside the Home clergymen admit food stamp fraud Washington a two clergymen admitted in Federal court Friday that they swindled from the Federal food stamp program the Rev Lucius s Cartwright 33 and the Rev Albert r Hamrick 40 both assigned to St Phillips pentecostal Church in Southeast Washington pleaded guilty to fraud charges in connection with an ongoing probe of food stamp swindles the investigation is delving into the process by which Pri vate entities such As churches and stores become the issuing agencies for food Stamps according to court records Cartwright and Hamrick used Paul ring of Neola Iowa and his daughter Lori 13 who was injured in the school bus crash sit in her Hospital room Adwir photo Money collected from the Sale of food Stamps to charter a bus to Montreal at a Cost of pay for a air plane trip to new Orleans buy a car buy an old Bank building to House the Church and open an ice Cream parlor in Northeast Washington asst atty Eric b Marcy said the clergymen became dispensers of food Stamps on behalf of the Church in 1972 the agriculture department program is run in the District of Columbia by the department of human resources the guilty pleas were entered before District court judge Joseph c Waddy the men could each receive a maximum sentence of five years in jail and a Fine of husband charged Howell Mich a a Brighton Man was charged Friday in his wife murder which took place a week after the Man was released from a state mental Hospital by doctors who decided he could take care of himself Carrol Michael 66 was arraigned on an open charge of murder in Howell District court he was held under 000 Bond and returned to Ypsilanti state Hospital from which he was released july 30 Brighton police chief Eugene Alii said Michael a retired Home builder had been ill for some time and his family had him committed to the Hospital Michaels son Gerald said his father argued with his Mother Clare Ellen 61 on thursday when she suggested he should return to the Hospital for additional treatment Alii said Michael killed his wife with a Shotgun blast and was looking for a second Shell when police arrived

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