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Daily Times-News, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1977, Burlington, North Carolina. I v Timm news men., july 11, 1977 scientists study nazi Energy plan o .1 sources. National Energy program cuss Carters Energy Plai Plains amends Law Plains a. A if the Kab Khoc klan asks Pennis Aida to hold a other rally in Tae president s Home tawn would have the Legal right to turn Down the re quest based on what happened at the first the City attorney save. City atty. Bill Murray said Saladay the City s Parade ordinance was amended last week to extend municipal authority Over parades political rallies and demonstrations on private As Well As Public property. The action followed a july x Han rally held on private property a which 30 persons were injured when a Man drove a car into the speakers platform. The Roan. Buddy d. Cochran been charted with ii cowls of aggravated assault Aad is being held on would he a i started danger of this time it would he on objective evidence Aad not just subjective Murray said. Organizers of the wan rally had obtained a business License for what they Cauton a country music show Aad patriotic the amended Ordia Aace re quires that the City clerk be Given 4s hours notice of aay activity such As a rally. Nashville Teaa. A a chemistry professor Plaa aed to Tell the interstate Oil compact commission Ioco conference today about nazi documents which he feels May hold a partial answer to . Energy problems. The 42-year-old Oil and natural Gas conservation organza tical is composed of 38 states that either produce or have the potential of producing Oil and natural Gas. Or. Richard Wainerdi a Texas University chemical engineering professor planned to discuss the nazi documents which include ways scientists used synthetic fuels to keep fac tories open during world War ii when Petroleum products were in Short Supply in Ger Many. For years Wainerdi and a 10-member team have been gathering nazi documents from around the world in Hopes of discovering major new Energy processes and sources. The professor and his team have uncovered a nazi Energy plan far More elaborate than president Carter s. Ioco officials claim during the three Day meet ing the Ioco members Are expected to suggest alter natives to president Carter s National Energy program which the Ioco has criticized. Since 1954, when interstate Gas prices became federally regulated the Ioco has advocated a. Free Market pricing of natural stance currently contrary to Carter s. Among those slated to Dis Congress Back to work Neutron bomb vote today Carter nixes Oil Deal Washington a president Carter is abandon ing a Swap of alaskan Oil with Japan partly because he would have a Tough time explaining such a move to american Consumers Long warned of an Energy crisis. James Schlesinger. The president s chief Energy adviser disclosed sunday that Carter decided it would be wrong to Send alaskan Oil to Japan in Exchange for japanese bought Oil shipped from the persian Gulf to states on the Gulf coast and the Eastern Seaboard. The proposal was among several under consideration for handling the daily surplus of 500.000 barrels a Day expected at West coast refineries once Oil starts flowing at full capacity through the newly opened trans Alaska pipeline. Schlesinger s remarks came on Abc s meet the he acknowledged it would be difficult to justify the Export to americans who have repeatedly been told of the need to conserve fuel As a consequence there will be no exchanges All of the Oil coming out of Alaska will have to be shipped to the he said. Schlesinger said Carter decided to abandon the proposal last monday. Washington a rigorous examination of president Carter s Energy plan will occupy much of time this week but at the top of today s Senate Agenda is a vote on giving Congress the final say in adding the Neutron bomb to the nation s nuclear Arsenal. Sea. 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 be is sponsoring would permit either the House or Senate to veto a decision by Carter to go ahead with the weapon. A proposal requiring both houses to Eto 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 has been criticized As an addition to the arms race. Proponents say it provides a needed weapon for the North Atlantic treaty organization whose euro Pean forces Are out numbered by soviet and Eastern european forces. As it returns from its 10 Day Independence Day break. Congress has less than a month to work on a heavy legislative Toad before Leav ing town for the traditional August recess. The Senate is due to vote this week on Carter s proposal to halt a controversial reactor project that would produce More plutonium than it consumes. The president said earlier this Vear be wants to end . Development of such nuclear breeder reactors such As the one planned for the Clinch River nuclear Power Plant now under construction in Tennessee. Carter said such facilities would provide an easy target for terrorists trying to build nuclear weapons environmentalists say the plants Are vulnerable to nuclear accidents. Supporters of the reactor say Japan the soviet Union and Western european nations Are proceeding with their own programs whether or not the United states cancels the Tennessee Plant and a plutonium recycling facility at Barnwell. . Carter s ally in the Senate debate will be sen. Dale bumpers. Dark. Who plans an amendment to an Energy research and development administration appropriations Bill to allot million to phase out the Clinch River Plant. Other senators will urge steading the full f 150 million for further construction. Sen. Frank Church d Idaho. A supporter of even Tual plutonium development is expected to urge a com Promise million authorization with a year s construction delay to give Carter time to dissuade other countries from proceeding with their plans. While the full House has few issues of Broad Public interest scheduled this week its committees will be Busy. Cuss Carter s Energy plan is Kepinger Tulsa. Okla. Board chairman of an Oil and Gas consulting firm. . Hurd. Petroleum supervisor for the Canadian ministry of natural resources will Tell of problems his nation had in natural Gas exploration in Lake Erie. The l is. Has not drilled any Wells in the Lake with three of the Lake s bordering states. New York Ohio and Michigan prohibiting drilling. Pennsylvania the other bordering state recently lifted its ban on exploration member states Are Alabama Alaska Arizona Kansas California. Color do. Florida. Illinois. Indiana. Kansas. Kentucky. Louisiana. Maryland Michigan. Mississippi Moo Tana. Nebraska. Nevada. New Mexico. New York. North Dakota Ohio. Oklahoma. Pennsylvania South Dakota. Tennessee Texas. Utah. West Virginia and Wyoming. Burlington receives .9 million Grant patrol reorganization Raleigh a Secretary of crime control and Public safety Phil Carlton announced a major reorganization of the state Highway patrol leadership today saying it was one of several moves that would improve morale among troop ers. In a top appointment capt. Ramrod e. Sherrill 99, was promoted to lieutenant colonel and Given the title patrol executive officer. Carlton said Sherrill would serve As the chief assistant to patrol commander John t. Jenkins and allow Jenkins to spend More time on patrol with troopers. Carlton said Jenkins had spent time on patrol already even making arrests for drunk driving and speeding and that his leadership was improving morale. All of these Steps Are go ing to collectively eliminate this so called morale problem in the Highway Carlton said. Majority retained Tokyo a prime minister Takeo Fukuda s Liberal democratic party lip today managed to re Tain its majority in the upper House of parliament by enlisting three independents who woo seats in sunday s election. On its own the ruling party secured 63 seats with four races still undecided. The Liberal democrats needed to win 65 of the 126 seats at stake in the House of coun per Bouse. Pillors to hold on to its majority. The election had been viewed As a key test of the lip s strength after a major Rebuff in elections for the More powerful lower House last december. The conservative Liberal democrats have ruled in Japan for 29 years. Sunday s election was to pick new members for half the seats in the 252-seat up Wasoff Langton the environmental Protection Agency Epa has awarded Burlington a million Grant to expand the capacity of the East Burlington Wastewater treatment Plant. The Grant which will enable the City to double the capacity of the Plant was made in conjunction with the Alamance county 201 facilities project a plan to consolidate municipal Wastewater treatment plants from Mebane to Gibsonville into a regional treatment system. The Epa Grant is 75 per cent of toe anticipated total Cost of the project. A 12.5 per cent expected from the state department of natural and economic resources. An additional million will be paid through local funds. Actual construction on the expanded Wastewater treat ment Plant outfall lines and connectors is not expected to begin before Spring of next year said Larry Alley presi Dent of Alley Williams Carmen and King engineers and architects. Inc. Of Burlington project engineers. Natural and economic and Atlanta regional Epa officials have approved the plans and specifications for the expansion of the Plant. Alley said he anticipates the Burlington City Council will authorize advertising for bids on the project at its August meeting. Because of the size of the project we would like to advertise for at least Days because contractors from the entire Caster Seaboard will be interested in he said. Bids May be opened in october Alley said. After reviewing the bids the City Council May award the con tract in november or Early december subject to further review and approval of the contractor by state and Federal officials. Review by the department of natural and economic resources and the Epa in Atlanta is expected to take about two months Alley said. This will place the Start of construction sometime Early next year he said. The Federal state and local funds will enable the East Burlington Wastewater treatment Plant to be expanded from is current six million Gallons a Day capacity to 12 million Gallons a Day. Also included in the project Are what have been referred to As the Southside outfall lines and interceptor lines for May and Delaney drives and the area North of 1-85. East of Huffman Mil Road and West of the ramada inn Art appointments Minneapolis Minn. A Graham w. J. Beal and Lisa Lyons have been named curator and assistant curator at Walker Art Center in Minneapolis. Prior to is appointment Beal was director of the Art gallery of Washington University St Louis. Of Burlington. This area is currently not within the City limits because it cannot be served by the City s Wastewater treatment system until the Plant is expanded and outfall lines Are constructed Alley said. The Southside outfall lines will carry Wastewater to the Gunn Creek outfall where it will be carried to the Southside Wastewater treat ment Plant near Swepson Ville he said. S. Mclntosh tent revival str vices being held at h. Church St. Burlington North Carolina. Two ser vices daily am pm. Sun. At pm pm. Come the move of god in these last Days. The lame walk the Blind see. The word of god being preached in its full Ness. Be sure and bring your Bible. Monday july 11, 1977 set you to Bart the Public invited today in history tonal convention in Chicago by the associated press today is monday. July Lith. The 192nd Day of 1977. There Are 173 Days left in the year. Today s highlight in history on this Date in 1955, the new . Air Force Academy was dedicated at Lowry air base in Colorado. On this Date in 1767, the sixth american president John Quincy Adams was born in Braintree. Mass. In 1804. The american statesman. Alexander Hamilton was mortally wounded by vice president Aaron Burr in a pistol Duel at Weehawken new Jersey. In 1814, a British Fleet Cap tured the town of Eastport. Maine. In 1944. President Franklin Roosevelt announced that he was available for an unprecedented fourth term. In 1952. A Republican a the daily times news 707 sooth sub Street. . . 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Apollo 15 astronauts were disciplined for carrying 400 unauthorized postal covers to the Mon the previous july and giving 100 of the covers to an acquaintance who sold them. Today s birthdays actor Yul Brenner is 57. Opera Tenor Nicolai Gedda is 52. Thought for today Good government cannot exist Side by Side with bad politics ambassador Adlai Steven son. 19001965. Get off to a _ Good getting ready for school can be expensive but we have a solution for you that will help defray those expenses. It s a simple Little thing called a want and you can get that Little fellow off to a Good Start by Selling your extras around the House for Cash to the Many eager buyers who Are searching the want ads daily. Place your and today by calling this news paper s want and department. The daily times news my in the last ten years she costs of building materials and constr Clion have More than doubled. Which could mean big trouble for you of your House Burns Down. 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