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Bakersfield Californian (Newspaper) - August 7, 1976, Bakersfield, California National estimates place at i too the number of Federal state and local officials convicted of . Corruption charges since 1970 Page 3 famed concert cellist Gregor Piatigorsky Dies in los Angeles at 73 Page 6 a taxpayer fir tanned Booklet outlines Quot achievements of president Ford s two years in office Page 2state senators favor an Quot indoor clean air act Quot to give nonsmokers half the space in Public buildings and transportation facilities Page 2 a rocket Burn Early this morning is to put Viking ii into position to begin its pre Landing orbit of Mars Page 2 the supreme court rules an alternate juror May be used even after the panel begins deliberations Page 2religiongood morning inside today Page Sci business and finance. 20 3 Oil. 3 Church. 5 i second Hance. 2 classified. 9 a sports 17 3 comics. I it 2 television i markets. 21 3 theater. 8 i metropolitan Section. 7 2 vital statistics. 15 2 business despite opposition Church of scientology continues its growth Page 5 once failing shop grosses nearly $1 million Page 21 spot shortage of unleaded Gas develops Page 20 americans Burn More foreign Oil than Ever Page 20local managing editor Eddie Griffith with some help from Hin nor the mayor looks at the question of Why there Are Mon democrats than republicans a Page 7 seventeen former Hart Park Deer Are in need of a new Home a Page 8 and Granny off the streets at last proves to be a new Hazard a Page 7sports Steve Riddick upsets borzoi As trackman take Lead Over soviets Page 17 politics also raising head at disabled olympics Page 17 Bud Allin gains four stroke Lead in bid for second straight Golf win Page 17 saturday edition vol 90 no. 220 3 sections saturday August 7, 1976 22 pages 15c three children were killed and 30 injured when a Iowa crashed Over a Bridge railing near Neola school bus taking them on a swimming Outing in cause of crash is unknown. Map laser photo 3 die 33 injured As bus flips Neola Iowa apr a swimming excursion ended yesterday with the deaths of 3 children and injury to 32 other children and the bus Driver when a school bus flipped Over a Bridge and landed upside Down 25 feet below a normally there would be 54 kids on the bus. But a lot of them were at the West fair Neola marshal Bill Somerville said referring to the Western Ottaw Ottamie county fair near Council Bluffs about 20 Miles South of Neola Quot just everybody started to scream a a said 13-year-old Mark Stangl who was on the bus with his brother and two Sisters Quot the bus just went off the Road that s All i know it hit a Bridge the front wheels came off and it just went Over his Mother. Mrs Eldon Stangl a Volunteer ambulance Driver said it was like anything i never want to see again kids were lying All Over the Bank they had crawled out some were still trapped inside none of the Stangl children Tony. 14. Beverly 12. Donna to. And Mark a was seriously Hurt no one knew exactly How Many children were on the bus which was taking them to swimming lessons at a Pool in a nearby town Quot some of the windows were broken out and most of the kids crawled out on their own they just wandered off they were in Shock said John Schnitker. Head of the Neola ambulance division and one of the first persons to arrive at the crash site. One mile North of Neola in Western Iowa Schnitker said some of the children walked Home on their own Iowa state patrolman Don Nelson said the bus Driver. Carolyn Jeannette James apparently was momentarily distracted the bus hit the Bridge railing flipped Over and fell mrs James. 39. Was listed in fairly Good condition at a Council Bluffs Hospital suffering from a possible concussion internal injuries and head lacerations her daughter Page about 8 was killed and her daughter. Marti ii was injured medical Board restricts doctor cleared by jury it seems in some cases you May stand a better Chance of getting Justice in a criminal matter than Vou will in a civil Case a to be More fairly judged by the Public than by your Peers take the Case of or Xavier Hall Ramirez. Bakersfield obstetrician and gynaecologist nearly two years ago he was acquitted by a Superior court jury of the felony charge of soliciting to murder a child who survived a 1973 abortion attempt Ramirez and indirectly his reputation. Were exposed to Public scrutiny in the 14 months Between his indictment and acquittal after a nine Day jury trial he was exonerated of the criminal charge thus vindicating his judgment and professional competence but an Agency of the state of California does t see it that Way and has placed him on five years probation for Quot Gross negligence a the same allegation on which the Kern trial panel said he was t guilty by its action the Board of medical Quality Assurance has. Save attorney Rod Williams who defended Ramirez by Gordon Anderson staff writer Quot taken away his medical judgment and greatly restricted his right to earn a living the state Board in staving the revocation of Ramirez s License to practice Medicine stipulated he cannot perform Saline or any abortions after a woman s first trimester 12 weeks of pregnancy or any abortions at All except in licensed facilities Williams said. Quot the Board s orders take away his medical judgment and put restrictions on him. For example now he must take the word of a Mother As to when Conception occurred and therefore whether she s gone past the 12 weeks Quot a Little Leary a. Cod in be Given Quot we eve away but i kept me Mouth shut death claims famed Kern vintner 94 funeral arrangements Are pending for 94-year-old Antonio Perelli Minetti of Delano who built a reputation As the Dean of California winemakers he died yesterday at san Joaquin Hospital of natural causes a Coroner s official said a native of Burletta Italy Perelli Minetti graduated from the Royal Institute of viticulture and enology in Conegliano in 1901 he migrated to the a year later and took a Job with italian Swiss Colony in Asti and san Francisco working As a shipping clerk and timekeeper for $75 a month he worked for several other win making firms saying there s very Intel future in a big company Quot within eight years he had been associated with six companies years later As the founder patriarch of the vast winemaker firm bearing his name. He served As president of 2b corporations with the a Perelli Minetti and sons Banner his Long and successful career. However was tilled with Antonio Perelli Minetti several disasters in 1910. A killing Frost from May 29-31 put Perel 11 in met 11 and his partners out of business from there he moved to Mexico where revolutions and jackrabbits were among his companions in 1924, he Stab honed operations in Delano eventually gaining control of the California wine As Soliai ton he received numerous awards for his wines Quot also if he a qualified to perform other kinds of abortions who not Saline abortions0 it looks like it the state Board has picked on that Type because it was involved in his cases Quot finally a Williams said. A it will be much costlier under terms of the state actions to Ramirez s patients to have All of their abortions performed by him in hospitals rather than in. For example his office a the lawyer also noted Quot it s discretionary by such an administrative body the state Board As to whom it acts against in a criminal Case a person is judged according to a jury s determination of reasonable doubt and certainty. While in an administrative hearing this does t have to be the Case a Williams sums up Quot there s definitely an inconsistency Between the findings of our jury and the state Board s action for instance in my closing argument to the jury i pointed out negligence could not substantiate the crime with which he was charged and the jury obviously agreed with me a yet the Board seized on that very thing on which to base its attorneys in office must release data Sacramento up a Superior court judge has upheld a major conflict of interest provision of the state political Reform Law requiring attorneys who hold Public offices to disclose names of their clients it was announced yesterday the fair political practices commission said Mendocino county judge Arthur Broaddus thursday issued a decision upholding the provision in a Case involving Ukiah City councilman Barry Wood Wood challenged the Law by refusing to disclose the names of his Legal clients who had paid him fees of $1 too or More As the political Reform act requires the Law requires that state and local officials must file annual financial disclosure statements disclosing their investments interests in real property and income Wood contended the disclosure requirements violate the attorney client privilege and invade his privacy and the privacy of his clients but Broaddus said. Quot in View of the purposes of the political Reform act of 1974 disclosure of client names is proper and essential a he said one of the act s purposes was assets and income of Public officials May be materially affected by see ruling Page 2 Light Bombersmasheshomes-2die Chicago a a world War ii b25 bomber converted tor civilian use caught fire after Takeoff yesterday and crashed into three Homes killing two persons and injuring three others authorities said a police official tentatively identified the dead As the Pilot and an instructor one of the injured was a woman who was found buried under a Kitchen stove amid the debris in her Back Yard the others were a neighbor woman and a fireman two minutes after the air plane took off from Midway Airport the Pilot radioed the control Tower that he had to make an emergency Landing said a spokesman for the Federal aviation administration in Des Plaines All runways at Midway were cleared immediately but the plane crashed a half mile West of the Airport which is surrounded by residential and Light Industrial neighbourhoods on Chicago s Southwest Side controllers and witnesses said they could see smoke coming from the plane before the crash fire commissioner Robert Quinn said the two engine Craft destroyed two of the Homes and damaged a porch of the third. Timothy Kouba. 13. Said he was playing with friends in a Park behind an elementary school near the Airport when he saw the plane approaching the plane snapped off the top few feet of a Flag pole by a school then struck Throe single family Homes i was playing fast pitch baseball and the plane was coming in and the see bomber Page 2 mi991 part of the Landing gear of a b25, a world War la bomber lies near wreckage of Homes destroyed when plane crashed shortly aft Takeoff from Midway Field in Chicago. Two persons were killed and three injured. Plane had been converted to civilian use. Map laser photo

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