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Argus (Newspaper) - August 7, 1976, Fremont, California A to the u s vol. Xiv no. 100 a Tonioli Dantion and continuation of the Nett Reuter Fremont Newark California saturday August 7, 1976 24 Page s 15 cents crash aftermath firemen and Rescue workers sift through the debris of a Home in Chicago after it was destroyed yesterday by a converted world War ii bomber attempting to make an emergency Landing at Chicago s Midway Airport. Two persons aboard the plane were killed and two women were injured in their Homes when the plane impacted. Teachers offered salary raise package byte Debley Fremont the Board has offered teachers an estimated pay raise package in its opening overture in this year s round of salary negotiations it was Learned yesterday. The Board in an offer apparently authorized in closed door session wednesday is propos ing to give teachers a Choice Between a a year per teacher raise or a 2.9 per cent across the Board hike according to a copy of the offer obtained by the Argus. The per teacher raise based on figures in the j42.6 million budget approved by the Board this week would Cost More than the across the Board 2.9 per cent hike would Cost about the same according to a knowledgeable source. The Freimont unified District teachers association largest of the District s two teacher unions has asked for a 12 per cent across the Board Cost of living increase. The Money to Grant raises to the District s teachers would presumably come from the Reserve the Board approved in adopting the budget. Fringe benefits would remain unchanged according to the offer. The Flat raise would amount to a 5.85 per cent raise for a beginning teacher while for a teacher at the top rung of pay Scales it would amount to a 2.6 per cent raise. The Board is also offering nominal hour raises to part time teachers mostly adult school instructors who now receive 6.50 an hour with the exception of Home teachers. The latter now get j5.50 an hour and their pay would go to an hour like the other part time teachers. A increase is being offered to substitute teachers who now receive per Day for Short term assignment and for Long term assignment. Surveys have shown the part time and substitute teachers Are the lowest paid in Alameda county. Home teachers have had no raise in 14 years while All the others have gone without raises for eight years. The Board is also telling both the teachers association and the smaller Fremont federa Tion of teachers an Al Cio Union it will Only accept counter proposals jointly presented and agreed to by the competing groups. Both Are locked in a Battle Over which will become the exclusive bargaining agent for leathers under the new collective bargaining Law but an election to decide which it will be is no anticipated until next year. The association it was also Learned views the offer As but Only a first step in negotiations Over not Only pay but working conditions including class size guarantees and binding arbitration of grievances. Paper says police have Kidnap map Fey honoured Page 2 Madera up investigators in the Chowchilla Kidnap Case have uncovered at a onetime residence of one suspect a drawing which resembled a map and pinpointed several schools in the area the Madera Tribune reported yesterday. In a Story by editor de King the daily newspaper said words were scribbled on the map near the spot where1 an abandoned bus was located hours after the kidnapping of 26 school children and their bus Driver on july 15. The piece of paper which the Tribune said was found in a residence once occupied by James Shoenfeld one of three men charged in the Case contained Marks pinpointing four elementary schools in or near Chowchilla and the Legrande elementary school 15 Miles Northeast of Chowchilla. The newspaper reported sources said the vague scrawls on the map resembled either the phrase last Chance or first the newspaper in the Madera county seat near Otow Chilla said that since being taken into custody at least one of the three suspects James Shoenfeld 24, his brother Richard 22, and Fred Woods 24, have been talking freely with jailers. In some of those discussions the newspaper s unidentified sources said one suspect showed consternation about How things got to this the paper said one suspect even talked Gregariou sly about How things were prepared slowly As each were building up Confidence but not thinking it would really Good morning it s saturday the Vieather fair through tomorrow. A Little warmer tomorrow. Highs should be in the 70s, with lows in the 50s to 60s. Yesterday s High in Fremont was 71, with a Low of 62. In the area bus Driver Frank Edward Ray who three weeks ago led 26 kidnapped Chowchilla children to safety from an underground prison is honoured by a school employees organization for out Sun fag service. Page 2. An engineering consultant firm says the Golden Gate Bridge roadbed is falling apart and recommends a replacement program including a second deck costing up to 85 million. Page 2. In the state eighty four California physicians received More than each last year for treating medi Cal patients the state department of health re ports. Eight were paid More than Page 2. Russian born cellist Gregor Piatigorsky who thrilled concert audiences of the world for More than 45 years Dies after a lengthy illness. Page 14. The president of the american bar association says he is almost con Vinced that jury trials in civil cases should be abolished. Page 3. Abandoning past Oil Industry rejection of alcohol As an alternate fuel the american Petroleum Institute says the liquid May some Day run turbines or Power cars and trucks if production costs can be greatly reduced Page 3. A Federal appeals court rules that a permit allowing commercial tuna Fis Hermen to kill porpoises violates Federal Law but gives the government until Jan. 1 to revise its standards. Page 2. In the nation the inside Story a Randi route far pm. J a democratic candidate for con Gress in Massachusetts Calls for a House ethics committee investigation into the activities of his father in Law rep. Robert Leggett a Calif. Arfow t or. 11 11 of trim i of Rita 4-s Spoh 7-10 is wart my my is a mtg Ciuc ii mystery deaths probe centers now on poisons Harrisburg a. Up scientists seeking the cause of the american legion mystery illness shifted their emphasis to natural and Man made poisons yesterday but continued searching for viruses that might be the killer agent. The Center for disease control in Atlanta confirmed earlier state findings that Swine flu was not responsible for the disease that has killed 25 persons who attended the legion convention two weeks ago in Philadelphia. I think we can All breathe a sigh of Relief that this is not said cd director David Sencer. There was no evidence the ailment had spread beyond convention goers. Sencer said the epidemic had peaked and appeared to be on the downswing although unfortunately people continue to the state s death toll climbed by two yester Day with the deaths of Earl Cox s3, of Washington county and mrs. Elva Hamilton 73, of Allegheny county. Both attended the legion convention. Sencer said it was possible the cause of the legion illness will never be known. He said there have been instances in the past when similar though less severe outbreaks had not been understood. A wide variety of toxic substances could be responsible but state officials said none had yet turned up in Laboratory testing. They said Mexico logical tests sometimes take weeks to find traces of chemical in tissue specimens. I would say our emphasis is shifting definitely toward said state health Secretary Leonard Bachman. That still does not Rule out the slower growing viruses that we Are still looking for. Certainly we Are moving pretty far away from the bacteria and fungi and things like that that we discounted fairly Early in the in Philadelphia City officials said they also were carrying out their investigation on the Assumption that some Poison was responsible. Laboratory tests at the cd and the Philadelphia Bureau of laboratories found in three Days of test tube studies no evidence of any kind of viral activity in tissue and other specimens taken from victims. It s not what we have found but what we have not Sencer said. Sencer said the cd s toxicological Laboratory in Chamblee ga., reported that heavy Metal poisoning did not appear responsible for the outbreak but said organs phosphorous and chlorinated hydrocarbon compound were possibilities. Chemistry is even More complicated than he said. Asked at an Atlanta news conference if the cd was concentrating solely on poisons Sencer replied of no we re continuing with All aspects of Laboratory three teams of investigators in Philadelphia were examining the places where the legionnaires met and ate in a search for dues that might unravel the mystery. Consumer affairs department rips citizens utilities Sacramento a Long awaited report released by the California department of consumer affairs blasts citizens utilities co., the department of health and the Public utilities commission for water Quality problems faced by residents in some areas of the state. The report centers on citizens the privately owned water company which has plagued residents of the Niles and Decoto districts of Fresno it and Union City for years with dirty water. Citizens customers approved Public acquisition in june a process that probably won t be consummated until sometime after sept. 1. This company based on the East coast Stamford Conn appears to have a pattern of acquiring Small run Down water companies putting the minimum amount of maintenance into them to keep them operating and then Selling those faculties to communities who can no longer tolerate the water or the the report said. Citizens president and chief operating officer Ishier Jacobson responded i Don t think we have a pattern of acquiring Small run Down water according to Jacobson citizens has incurred a 109.9 per cent increase in main Trenace for its operations in California. Citizens operates a number of either water systems in Northern California including East Yolo North los Altos the Montara Moss Beach area Inverness and Jackson. Jacobean said he believes his firm is doing a Good Job of adding that the report was really addressing itself to a whole different subject improving the Quality of water. We have no history of Selling water Jacobson added and that s not our the sate of the Niles Decoto citizens system to the Alameda county water District will put about ?7.57 million of Public Money in citizens coffers Over the next 20 years. The report also sharply criticizes the department of health and in a smaller Way the Public utilities commission for a Lack of aggressiveness in their responses to customer complaints about water service and water Quality throughout the state. For his part Jacobson rapped the consumer affairs department for relying More on re search done by local consumer groups than going to people who Are intimately acquainted with the that remark was pointed straight at Irene Vincent Leader of people for better water Back Page of Section col. 5 bad report reignite Job Issue Washington up unemployment was reignited As a political Issue yesterday when the government reported that he number of americans out of work increased in july returning to the year s Early Midi of 7 8 per cent. Caught Between the criticism of democratic presidential nominee Jimmy Carter and gop challenger Ronald Reagan president Ford s economic advisers acknowledged they were disappointed by the second straight monthly increase. Unemployment fell from a 1975 recession Peak of 8.9 per cent to 7.3 per cent in May before turning upward. Ford had taken some Pride in the decline. The two month upturn of 0.5 per cent wiped out the results of a steady decline during the first half of 1976 and brought joblessness Back to the year s highest level set last january. A surge of new up seekers in july far surpassed the expansion of available work causing unemployment to Rise from 7.5 per cent in june. Some 7.4 million persons were Back Page of Section col. 4 supper theater s venture is sexy by Keith Jones Fremont wanted the and might read a Lead actress for Fremont Community theater s production of the owl and the pussycat to be held later this month. Bring list of credits to auditions sexy Negligee and a Good recipe for real cheesecake. The sexy Negligee is necessary because Doris the female Lead in the play is a prostitute. The local theater group is looking for something suggestive but nothing a rated that would bring a police raid. But Why the cheesecake this is Fremont Community theater s first venture a supper theater and when the local group gets involved in a project even the Lead actors pitch in. Alicia Marsella whom Many will re member for her portrayal of Martha in Chlone College s production of who s afraid of Virginia plays the female Lead in the owl and the local theater buffs say Alicia won the role on her acting ability alone As she does t have the req Bof sexy but not see through Nightie and she had to borrow her recipe for cheesecake. The cheesecake is being served As dessert in the Light dinner that follows the stage play. In Between learning lines for her part and Cook ing for her family Alicia is baking her half of 12 cheesecakes that will be needed. Alicia borrowed the cheesecake recipe from Norm Kirschbaum an Art resource teacher in the Newark schools and former drama instructor at Chlone College. We went Over to Norm s to get instructions on How to make she says. He made a couple that were 100 per cent terrific and we went Home and loused several up before we got it right. The cake itself takes about five eight Omee packages of Cream cheese. But the most important part of the recipe is sipping wine whue you watch the cakes bake for two hours. You could t make the cakes turn out without that the meal itself which is being catered consists of spinach salad Chicken crepes and Coffee. The whole dinner theater concert is something of a Gamble for Fremont Community theater admits Estelle Hawes president of the group. Page of Lection col. 5

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