Benton Harbor Herald Palladium in Benton-Harbor, Michigan 6 Aug 1976
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Benton Harbor Herald Palladium (Newspaper) - August 6, 1976, Benton Harbor, Michigan
Chaos seen in cd expansion amp % i a m special delivery its been hot in Dallas but it Wasny to the heat that melted the Mailbox. Children at the Home of or. And mrs. Robert Tittle have leaned and sat on the Mailbox causing it to sink into the ground and providing just one More obstacle to postman . Hardegree. A wire photo jobless Appeal system is a Crummy unionist by Mary Stevens associated press writer Lansing Mich. A Michigan employment Security Appeal Board members know Little about compensation Law and Don t meet requirements that they work full time charges a Union spokesman. A the system is a Crummy system a said Jordan Rossen of the United Auto workers which has filed suit against the Board. The suit pending in the Michigan court of appeals asks the court to order the Board to meet the Legal requirements the Law says it is violating. The three Board members Are appointed by the governor to process appeals of unemployment compensation claims. Rossen in remarks thursday to a special House committee investigating the panel said William Mcbearty chairman of the appeals Board asked the Law to support higher salaries for Board members who Little buckaroo dressed to fit the part Little Martin Daniels of Ainsworth neb., gives his Cowboy pop Des a hand moving his gear in preparation for the Madison county Rodeo at Norfolk neb. A wire photo Senate approves clean air measure by Harrison Humphries associated press writer Washington a the Senate passed legislation thursday to revise and broaden the Federal clean air act. The measure passed 78-13, includes new restrictions to limit Industrial development that might significantly increase air pollution in relatively smog free areas of the nation. It also provides for a two year stretch out of time for the automobile Industry to meet rigid emission standards. The new deadline for cars to comply fully with standards for emissions of hydrocarbons and Carbon monoxide was set for 1979 models with full compliance with a new relaxed Standard for nitrogen oxide control set for 198<f models. An amendment by sen. Gary Hart d-colo., to Force compliance one year earlier was Defeated 61-30. Senate passage of the Bill cleared it for a conference with the House which is considering a similar measure. The Senate Bill also directs studies by the National Academy of science on the effects of aerosol Spray containers on the possible depletion of the Ozone layer protecting the Earth from the ultraviolet radiation of the Sun. If the environmental Protection Agency finds that aerosol containers containing fluorocarbons May endanger human health it would be required to propose relations to restrict their manufacture and use by Jan. 1, 1978. An amendment by sen. Bob Packwood a re., to ban manufacture of aerosol containers after Jan. 1, 1978, unless it is found they impose no health Hazard was Defeated 64-28. The Senate Bill allows for an Extension of time up to 10 years for cities to improve the use of automobiles where necessary to meet primary National standards for Protection of Public health from polluted air. The Bill also provides for a penalty of up to $25,000 a Day after Jan 1, 1979, for Industrial plants that fail to comply with emission control orders citizens of Sodus township thank y0u1 we appreciate your Confidence. Clarence Steinke Virginia Palis Ronald Schroeder Fred Froe Huch de Juergensen George Marutz . By Daniel q Haney associated press writer Cambridge mass. A protesters orchestrating demonstrations Over the air. Prostitutes soliciting customers and police fighting Back with electronic jamming a All Are possibilities envisioned in a Federal government study of the future of citizens band radio. The wild proliferation of the Small talk medium could cause International protests in the next few years As cobers snarl worldwide communications the report speculates. And through it All the Federal communications commission May be powerless to step in and regulate the chaos. The report was prepared by Arthur d. Little inc., a private consulting firm of the White House office of telecommunications policy. In a series of scenarios the study speculates about developments in telecommunications Over the next 15 years. The scenarios Are not predictions but in the words of the , Are a Afutu Rabley a they could happen. The report also envisions a the american Telephone amp Telegraph co. Carrying All television service into Homes Over phone lines. To stations Stop broadcasting on the air. A the . Postal service jeopardized by Competition from private firms. The rivals deliver color facsimiles of letters into Homes Over the Telephone network and electronically provide newspapers and magazines that can be read on television screens. The scenarios Are like history written in Advance. They recount imaginary events As though they have already happened. The cd scenario envisions anti using demonstrators using radios to organize riots. But by 1977, it says police will have Learned to Jam cd conversations by broadcasting noise. Other uses will create problems As Well. Lookouts will warn bandits of approaching police and prostitutes will cruise the streets broadcasting their offers. In 1977, the scenario says scrambling equipment will be currently Are paid $19,000 Mcbearty refused to comment. Gerard Peplowski a member who has also been criticized by Rossen has also declined to respond. Rossen said Michigan s Appeal Board is the Only one in the country that does not require representation from the Public employers and workers. He said a plan has been submitted to the Michigan employment Security commission mesh that the Board be replaced by a three member panel made up of unemployment compensation referees who must pass exams to demonstrate their knowledge and skill. Rossen cited a Michigan supreme court ruling that prohibits Board members from doing outside work during formal business hours. He claimed that both Mcbearty and Peplowski continued doing outside work after their appointments. Rossen said the Law told state labor director Keith Molin and s. Martin Taylor director of the mesh about the allegations last year. The two told him Rossen said that the governor asked them to begin an investigation last March. Rossen said the Law decided to file sit against the Board after Taylor and Molin indicated gov. William Milliken did not have the Power to do anything about the Union allegations. Rossen said the appeals Board has to rely on Quot faulty Legal advice and it ignores court for example he said the Board has ignored court orders that it take evidence on hearing cases a depriving claimants and employers of proper Rossen said the fact that Ralph Irvine attorney for the Board is also president of Alliance underwriters insurance company constitutes a conflict of interest. Irvine has testified to the Board that he is head of the company and a minor stockholder. Open turned iii iii Plaza drive Benton Harbor Bassett bargain week the Beauty is in the making w on the Market that will allow private conversations. In 1978, the report says increased Sunspot activity will cause american cd Conversa Ioas to skip thousands of Miles disrupting communications in Europe and South America. By 1979, the acc will have virtually abandoned efforts to enforce its rules. By 1980, 100 pm channels will be freed for cd use. 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