Amarillo Globe Times in Amarillo, Texas
11 Jul 1977

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11 Jul 1977

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Amarillo Globe Times (Newspaper) - July 11, 1977, Amarillo, Texas A email of a Globe-1 news 53rd year volume no. 340ariixo a amp Obe times Amarito Texas monday july 11, 977 36 pages Price 15 >4 Carter agrees to plan for revising labor Laws by chef passenger die avoiding ticket in a High Speed collision with a police Busy five Lane Street authorities said car sunday As the cyclist sought to police said the motor Cle Roar avoid a speeding ticket police said head on into the right front of the Richard c Sienkewicz. 24, of Lawton police car at More than to ., and led police on a four mile Chase sex Sienkewicz Rollel Over the car and land need info 100 Miles per hour at times de 24 feet behind it is four de uitts and weaving s a Szenger on the motorcycle dangerously in and out of traffic shortly Janet 24 a in in Dolic Esaid thrown 35 feet into the air landed 88 there were id Marks or other feet behind the evidence that Sie Kewi. Ahem ply to go Kent state a court order was to be sought today to Force the departure of demonstrators who for two months have been homesteading on a Knoll Urey want preserved in memory of the 1970 student slayings at Kent state University. Page 21. Session opens a potentially explosive special Texas legislative session opens today on the Complex emotional and expensive Issue of Public school finance. Page 7. Archbishop French archbishop Marcel Lefebvre indicates that if conflict with Pope Paul eventually led to excommunication would continue priestly duties and efforts to return roman Catholic Church to its traditional teachings. Page 7 miss Texas the new mass Texas says a a year of self discipline was the difference Between winning this year and being named second Minnerup in 1976. Page 7 alaskan Oil president Carter is not going to Swap alaskan Oil with the japanese partly because i would have a Tough time a explaining such a move to american Consumers Long warned of an Energy crisis. Page 15 officer cons Cave who was in the Pouce car hit by the motorcycle was treated for minor injuries. The motorcycle remained struck in the Grill of the police car after the fatal collision. Police said officer . Pickers stopped the motorcycle for speeding at about 10 30 . When found the Cycle travelling at 50 . In a 35 . Zone Pickens told Sienkewicz to drive motorcycle to the police station to Post Bond on the speeding ticket and drove police car near the Cycle police said. About four blocks from the police station the motorcycle turned and sped off in the opposite direction police said authorities said Sienkewicz never used brakes during the four mile Chase that followed and narrowly missed several cars travelling at major intersections on Gore blvd. Both Sienkewicz and passenger wer dead on arrival at a Hospital just two blocks from the scene of the collision. % bedside wedding Daniel Dillon Hospital died because of an emergency appendectomy exchanged wedding vows with Mary Nickels in the Chapel of the Oak Park Hospital in Oak Park Iii. The Rev. John Fahey officiated a the Best Man Steve Dillon looked on. Honeymoon plans have been delayed. Meanwhile a spore bed been rolled into Dillon s room. Hijackers of soviet plane apparently still in Finland Stockholm Sweden a the swedish foreign ministry today reported and then retracted a report that two hijackers of a soviet jetliner had left Helsinki in a Small plane. Swedish Airport police and the foreign ministry said the misunderstanding was caused by language difficulties with finnish authorities. The earlier report said the two hijackers who seized a soviet plane on a Domestic flight sunday and demanded that it be flown to Sweden had left Helsinki with a Pilot aboard a Cessna Light plane. The hijacked plane with 79 passengers and crewmen aboard landed at Helsinki apparently because it had insufficient fuel to get to Stockholm. The pair then threatened to blow up the plane unless it was refuelled but four deadlines passed without incident the hijackers released the flight Crew sunday and More than half Thor hostages All women and children in the course of negotiations monday. Swede had earlier said it would not let the hijackers into the country. Finnish officials said the pair then demanded to be flown to a some other blow from Rifle Stock injures Amarillo Man Era Battle state conventions meant to choose delegates to a National women a conference became battlegrounds for the equal rights amendment and legalized abortion. 25. Where to find it a 39-year-old Amarito Man was struck with a Rifle Stock and knocked unconscious Early this morning following an argument in front of Home. Ignacio Guzman 39, of 1623 s. Pierce was reported in serious condition today at Northwest Texas Hospit with head injuries suffered in the Irwi Dent about 12 50 . Today. A 41-year-old Lubbock Man was in Randall county jail in Canyon today in connection with the incident. Police said the incident occurred when a Man went up to Guzman a House and knocked on the front door. Officers said Guzman went out on the front Lawn with the Man and an argument followed with the assailant striking Guzman with the gun. Neighbors notified police of the incident and As Guzman was being taken to a Hospital officers put out a radio description of a car Beni sought in connection with the assault. The Lubbock Man was arrested about 2 . Today just North of Canyon. Hasp Itil officials said Guzman regained consciousness after Maving at the Hospital. Country a and threatened to blow up the Diane unless it was refuelled. An earlier Hijack drama in the Mideast ended sunday when site palestinians who commander Rel a kuwaiti Airliner Friday surrendered at Damascus. Syria and released the of their hostages unharmed the hijackers of the Swiet plane released seven crewmen in Funjay and 42 women and children this morning but they kept 30 hostages aboard while a intensive negotiations a continued a government spokesman said. The pair described Only As a Young commandeered the Aero lol jetliner with 79 persons aboard during a 175-mile flight from Petrozavodsk the capital of soviet Karelia to Leningrad sunday night. The motive for the hijacking was not immediately known. The Pilot radioed Stockholm for permission to land there but instead came Down at Helsinki Airport apparently because the plane did not have enough fuel to reach Sweden 250 Miles away. In Helsinki the hijackers threatened to blow up the plane unless they were Given fuel to continue on out of the country Finland an agreement with the soviet Union for the automatic extradition of air hijackers. Police surrounded the twin Jet tu134 and it was towed to a Remote part of the Airport soviet ambassador Vladimir Stepanov and three finnish Cabinet members went to the Airport to talk with the hijackers. The Interior ministry said the hijackers released seven Crew members sunday night this morning they freed a woman and her infant child a ind 2mi hours later they released in women and children. Shortly after noon they released 20 More women leaving 30 passengers aboard the freed Hosti is were reported in Good health and officials said they would be flown Back to Russia As soon possible. The finnish government set up a four Man ministerial group to negotiate with the hijackers a the government Union shop proposal dropped Washington apr president Carter agreed to Suppf Flat Organ fixed labors goal to re Vise american a abcs Laws to make it easier for unions .0 organize sources in both the and the Tabor movement said today that the White House and al of Havi reached agr Remeny main Points of a labor Law package that the president is expected to propose in a message to Congress probably Friday the agr Wnent came after weeks of negotiations in which the al Cio agreed to in a in under of control Mal proposals that would have been Dif i cuu politically in Carter to support among hem was the Union s Long sought goal to rial Section 14b of the Taft Haruey act the provision that allows slates to ban lab Ltd contracts requiring All workers to join a Union. The labor Law prop Rwal the al Cion Stop legislative priority would make it easier for unions to organize and get collective bargaining agreements by s it ending up Union Elk uon Pitk endures it also would slap stiff penalties against employers who violate labor Laws Union organizers contend that employers by stalling can reduce w Ion support by the time an election is held the business lobby encouraged by its earlier defeat of a labor backed Bill a to expand Union picketing rights already said it Plana to fight labor s program and broadened its support Lor the Battle expected in Congress by including some of the giants american Industry. Some White House officials reportedly have urged president Carter to go a to hmm with Tabor a proposal As part of regulatory reforms and to improve Sara Intel relations with labor with Carters Victory in november and the election of a democratic Nia Jority in Congress labor had expected to have an easy time getting its legislative program enacted this year. But since january the unions have suffered several rebuffs including the unexpected defeat of the constr cuon picketing Bill. The common situs construction Industry picketing Bill was Defeated after an intensive lobbying Campaign led by the National actin committee a coalition largely of building contractors and traditional Anu Umon groups. The coalition a Bose group with no formal title no Headquarters and no officers. Has grown since then. membership includes hundreds of see Ilu ack to Page i Abor on Page 2 Neutron bomb proposal faces vote in Senate Washington a president Carters Energy plan faces More rigorous examination in Congress this week at the top of the Senate Agenda however is a vote today on giving Congress the final say in adding the Neutron bomb to the nations nuclear Arsenal. Sen Mark Hatfield. R-ore., had earlier failed in an attempt to persuade the Senate to ban outright any deployment of the Neutron bomb. A Compromise is sponsoring would permit either the House or Senate to veto a amusements Bridgie. City profile. Closti fied comics. 22 10 11 30 26 editorial 24 Leo the. 6 to Roope. 12 markets 16 metro Poge. 29 sports .19 television. 22 weather partly Cloudy afternoons and evenings otherwise fair with hot afternoons through tomorrow slight Chance for thunderstorms tonight. High today and tomorrow upper 90s Low tonight upper 60s Southwest wired 15 to 20 Miles per hour and Gusty today tie coming southerly 10 to 15 m p tonight probability of ram 20 per cent tonight the Low m Amarillo this morning �?o1 the Riith yes Crit a i % is today 9 03 so Spisk tomorrow 6 41 by hand soil temperature 2 Carter s plea for conservation gives birth to new Carterette Baltimore a the a a Carterette gets 200 Mues per Gabon of Gas its designers say that a not surprising the vehicle is built Iron two bicycles and a Lawnmower motor and weighs Tost 150 pounds. Sergio and Merika Minnone say they built the red and Black Carterette with a White fringe on top in response to president Carters Appeal for fuel conservation. The Minn ones left their Home in Nyack ny., on july 4 to bump along the shoulders of interstate highways on a 400-mile trip to the White House to show off their Creaton ,. To tick arrived Here saturday night and had planned to Washington today but decided to wait a Day because of it Uttz a Quot ram mrs Minnone said their congressman. Benjamin Gilman arranged for them to meet Carter sometime this week it terrible exciting. A said mrs Minnone mrs my name said they Felt Carter was sincere in asking the Amer ii an a get it ple to find new ways of conserving Energy we Felt we had to do something a she said the Resh the Carterette it operates at one Speed about 20 Miles an hour. Pedals at e used when coins Uphill the Minn ones said. Hinnom 31, a native of Palermo. Italy was a Mechanic i in and test Driver for porsche Aifa Romeo before came to the United states five Vears ago with 30-Yeai old wife who is from pm a Minnone started invention with two a a lady a Bicy is. He fastened them together Side by Side with rods and then placed a Lawnmower the big used steel wiring for the Frame which was Cove with Linen the Linen was coated with liquid fibreglass and then of Carterette Are a the s Coffee cans with tuna cans beneath. The top is Flat and edged with White fringe the Carterette took 2-2 months to Minnone said travelling the shoulders was harrows a at us. The travelled about 80 Miles a Day and had Only two problems with a Yvrette a a Flat lire and a broken Axle both were easily repaired. A broken Axle can be fixed with a visit to the nearest bicycle repair shop lev said Neh t7 6 Inch t9 j decision by Carter to go ahead with the weapon. A proposal requiring both houses to veto the bomb was Given a better Chance of approval however. The Neutron bomb which relies on controlled radiation to kill enemy soldiers rather than the huge explosive Power of other nuclear weapons been criticized As an addition to the Arras race. Proponents say it provides a needed weapon for the North Atlantic treaty organization whose european forces Are outnumbered by soviet and g Eastern european forces f As it returns from a Shlay break for i july 4th, Congress less than a i month to work on a heavy a Isla Tive Toad before Zeavin i town for the i trait onal August recess. A a 1 Senate is due to vote this week i on Carters proposal to halt a con-3 Trover Sial reactor project that would i produce More plutonium than it con a Sumes i the president said earner this year wants to end . Development of nuclear breeder reactors such As the one planned for the Inch River i tenn., nuclear Power Plant now under i construction. Carter said such facilities would i i provide an easy target for terrorists try. Ing to build nuclear weapons. \ environmentalists say the plants Are vulnerable to nuclear accidents. Supporters of the reactor say Japan the soviet Union and Western euro j Pean nations Are proceeding with their own pc ams whether or not the a United states cancels the Tennessee Quot Plant and a plutonium recycling facility at Barnwell s c. I Carters ally in the Senate debate will see cwt Gress of Page 2

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