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11 Jul 1977

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11 Jul 1977

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Canandaigua Daily Messenger (Newspaper) - July 11, 1977, Canandaigua, New YorkVol. 181 no. 134 Filje Canandaigua july single copy Carter considers Gas rationing on temporary basis initiative amendment proposed Washington up sen. James Abourezk d-s.d., said today he is proposing a constitutional amendment to let the people make Laws through the initiative process gather ing enough petition signatures to Force a question onto the ballot. Under terms of the Amend ment which would need two thirds approval in each House and ratification by three fourths of the states a proposal could be put up to nationwide vote by collecting petition signatures in 10 states equal to 3 per cent of the voters in the most recent presidential election. The petitions signed by registered voters would be certified by the attorney general and the initiative would be put on the ballot for the next congressional elections provided the petitions were certified four months before the voting. Wouldhave 18 months to Complete the process and a majority vote would enact the Law except that the initiative could not make any Law Congress or the Constitution has forbidden. Abourezk and sponsors of the initiative America movement said based on last year s vote it would take about 2.45 million signatures to get a question on the ballot. Crowning tomorrow the judging and crowning of the 1977 Ontario county fair Queen will take place at . Tomorrow at the annual sir which opens tonight at the Fairgrounds. At that time judges will select someone to succeed the 1976 Queen Kimberly Kane of Canandaigua. The fair will run throughout the rest of the week. Gates will open at 9 . Each Day starting tomorrow Wilh exhibits opening at 10 . Tomorrow s activities also include draft horses judging and 4-h horse show 1 . 4-h horse show 2 . Lightweight horse pull . Midway opening and 4-h horse show 5 . Three hitch Pony pull 6 . Garden tractor pull 7 . 4-h Dairy showmanship 7 . Heavy class horse pull 8 . The Fairgrounds Are located on the Canandaigua Ilo Pewell Townline Road Between county roads 4 and 46. Weather Cloudy periods today with a Chance of thunderstorms developing by evening. High about 80. Showery tonight and tuesday Taw 65 to 70 and High tuesday again about 80. Mcully Southeast winds 10 to 15 Mph. The probability of rain per cent today and 80 per cent tonight and tuesday. The extended weather Outlook for wednesday through Friday Western new York mostly sunny and warm wednesday and thursday and a Chance of showers Friday. The Low temperatures 60 to 65, the Dally highs in the Low to mid 80s. Interior Eastern new York occasional showers wednesday. Partly Cloudy thurs Day. A Chance of showers on Friday. The afternoon High temperatures mainly n the the lows in the and in the 1 car in the number 1 position and finished number i the c he is n by lev e be is t he revived can am racing series staged yesterday at of w la an a Crase Speed "0-89 Miles per hour raced across the finish see the sports pages of today s paper. Messenger photo by Kathie Meredith mistaken order blamed weeks for pipeline explosion by John Engstrom Fairbanks Alaska up a mistaken order to Start a pump undergoing repairs May have triggered the alaskan pipeline explosion that killed one Man injured five others the pump could have been turned on was at the control room at the pump station slightly Over 300 Miles North of the 799 mile pipeline s Southern terminus at the port of Valdez. Somebody pushed a Button the flow of Oil might resume within Days. Herb Globson 41, a pipeline worker Cut on the by flying debris from the explosion denied human error was the cause of the blast. He and Washington up con Gress has returned from its 10 Day july 1 recess and faces a Busy four weeks before its scheduled month Long vacation in August. Major decisions on president Carter s Energy program the Neutron bomb and a new generation of nuclear reactors May add up to the busiest Washington up president Carter is considering temporary gasoline rationing and other moves to limit foreign Oil imports. He has rejected suggestions that Oil from the new Alaska pipeline be shipped to Japan. In making the disclosures sunday Carter s Energy chief James Schlesinger agreed there were technical advantages to a Deal in which alaskan Oil would be transported to Japan in Exchange for japanese bought supplies from the Middle East. But in spite of reduced shipping costs Schlesinger said president Carter considers the idea there will be no Exchange considered Schlesinger said in a television interview Abc to s meet the ail of the Oil coming out of Alaska will have pipelines from the West coast amount of imported Oil is into the part of the coming into the country forcing onto service stations an Schlesinger who soon who soon is expected to be named the nation s first Secretary of Energy said the White House is intent on adopting measures that would Cut the inflow of Arab Oil from an average of 10 million barrels a Day to less than 6 million barrels a Day. He said All sorts of possibilities Are being consid ered by the administration to Stem Oil imports and make the nation More Energy self sufficient some limitation on the flow of Oil into the United states is one possibility shut Ting of gasoline stations might even some temporary rationing schemes might be he said. The Point is that we Are looking at a and destroyed a pump station and the valve he said another worker Frank Fos according to a pipeline spokes everyone around Here the Berg 32 of somewhere an order was Given and an order was accepted Here to Start the pump up again even though it was being worked said Larry Carpenter spokesman for Alyeska pipeline co., the consortium of eight Oil companies which built the massive pipeline. An operator in the control room at the pump station probably started the pump pump station is convinced that it was human Carpenter said the flow of Oil blamed the Accident Chancial failure. The Cost of rebuilding the through the pipeline halted by pump station was estimated at the blast might resume by the to million according to j1 ers one source in Fairbanks. He predicted it might take several said that Early damage reports weeks before the Oil moved again. Two inspectors from the department of transportation also were investigating the explosion and one said the pump valve in question suddenly gushed Oil into a hot Turbine before August. The House ways and Means committee already plated the lax portion of the Energy Bill. But the Commerce committee still faces major of to million can t be decisions on the no tax portion right. If you take thai s2 to including a possible attempt to million and multiply it by ten you la have a Ball Park he also said that estimates it would take four to six weeks to unwanted amount of gasoline which they Are pushing on their As for emergency gasoline rationing Schlesinger said Carter s contingency plan is in response to the requirements of Schlesinger said the administration will stand by its 1985 target for converting most industries and utilities to Coal despite Tough environmental and economic problems. The goals on Coal conversion arc essential to getting Down the amount of imported Schlesinger said and we Are not going to pull Back from those House Republican Leader John Rhodes interviewed sunday on add to s issues and answers said Congress is in no mood to give Carter any standby rationing authority beyond that already provided in Law. Manually while the Crew was which getting ready to clean the he said sunday. The the explosion and fire u Alyeska Board chairman order could have been Given ration old a news anywhere along the pipeline conferences Anchorage earlier sunday that the Accident probably would be attributed to pump irom Valdez to the Carpenter said the Only place human error. He predicted that rebuild the pump station Are patently wrong it should be months rather than ice Selling like hotcakes Mounter icon Iii. Up the iceman stil cometh. Business is booming because of the hot summer. A Rural Southern Illinois ice maker says the ice demand in the big cities is the greatest Ever. It s been a very unusual year. It got hot in May and has of recep for five we As of last week i had already sold More ice this year soviet skyjacker let deadline pass by Raf a Ell a be p pal a Helsinki Finland up they ordered the Pilot to Fly two russian speaking gunmen to Stockholm but he said he had today let pass Mieir deadline for Only enough fuel to make it to blowing up a hijacked soviet Helsinki. Jetliner with 29 hostages aboard Finland and the soviet Union and minutes later five of the have a Hijack treaty requiring did a of last year Sald captives ran to Freedom. Thai hijackers be returned to have a daily the hijackers who claim to their countries and officials be armed with hand grenades said the Pilot was aware of the and explosives said they would treaty and wanted to take blow up the Aeroflot Jet at 4 advantage of it. . 10 . Not unless in trying to reach Sweden finnish authorities refilled the the gunmen appeared to be plane supplied a new Crew and following the Lead of a latvian allowed them to take off for Engineer who last May hijacked Sweden. An Aeroflot Jet to Stockholm. Within minutes of the dead line s expiration 5 of the 29 to extradite him and instead hostages escaped and ran to plans to try him for hijacking Freedom. The hijackers made however Sweden has said it no attempt to Stop them. Earlier today the gunmen released 41 hostages including All 22 women and children. All the passengers aboard the hijacked plane were soviets. In Oslo aviation authorities said they were preparing for the possibility the plane might Fly to Norway. Jan Gord director of the state aviation directorate said there was Only a theoretical Chance the plane will come to Norway but we must act according Rothig he said in such a Case the plane would not be allowed to land at Oslo s main Domebo International Airport and would be directed away from the capital. Police and an army brigade armed with anti aircraft guns will not allow these hijackers to land in Stockholm. Capacity and Are going to add another 30 tons this f 1 o i a makes cube and crushed ice and i Pound blocks that Are going like hot cakes. He said his own customer demands will Force him to quit serving five St. Louis dealers and one in Wisconsin until a break in the heat wave comes. The St. Louis Market is in bad shape and so Ore Evans Ville ind., and said Flota. Defy Carter and remove Price controls from natural Gas. It earlier supported Carter s plan of continued regulation by Only 22 to 21. Other issues still pending include Utility rate Reform and whether the government should have the right to Force utilities and industries to switch from Gas and Oil to Coal. Once the Commerce commit tee completes its work an and hoc Energy committee is charged with meshing the two Bills by july 22 if the schedule holds ii and the House would debate the Bill the week of aug. 1. The Long recess is scheduled to begin aug. 6. Speculation already is rising about what the and hoc committee might do. Sources say it actually could toughen the Bill and return in to a form More nearly like what Carter wanted. In the Senate this week s floor action is expected to Center around whether to build a prototype nuclear breeder reactor and whether to deploy Neutron bombs which kill people by painful radiation Over a period of Days while leaving nearby buildings undamaged. On monday the Senate takes up the authorization Bill for the Energy research and develop ment administration which includes authority for the Clinch River breeder reactor in Tennessee and a plutonium reprocessing Plant at Barnwell . President and Warnke Confer on new weapons by Lal Runck Mcquillan Washington up president Carter and his chief arms negotiator Are concerning themselves not Only with forthcoming decisions on major new weapons systems but also with a new russian attack on Paul Warnke. Warnke had a meeting with the president scheduled for Early afternoon. He Heads the negotiating team that is trying to work out a new arms treaty to replace the 1912 Salt agreement that expires in october. And he was the object of the latest soviet criticism. Red Star Krasnaya the news paper of the soviet military attacked Warnke for ignoring the most serious and most acute problems connected with the arms race in favor of cliches about the myth of the soviet Warnke told a joint congressional committee last wednes Day there is a soviet military buildup 1 cannot fully keel Star continuing a drumbeat of soviet criticism of the Carter administration called talk of a military buildup an invention and said the soviet Union Only sustains such a defense potential Neces sary for reliable Carter and Warnke also faced the need to make decisions soon on two new and controversial weapons the so called Neutron bomb which kills by radiation while leaving intact most structures outside the Impact Range and the my missile an expensive new intercontinental rocket capable of delivering up to 12 individually targeted warheads with near pinpoint accuracy. The Senate currently is considering production funds for the Neutron bomb and Carter has promised a decision next month on whether to go ahead with it. The my is not that close to production but it too will require a presidential decision before the 1979 budget submission next january. Javits finds peace Hopes Cairo up sen. Jacob javits r-n.y., said sunday there is a unanimous feeling to try for peace among All Middle Eastern leaders he had conferred with. Javits a member of the Senate foreign relations com Mittee and one of Israel s staunches supporters in con Gress is on a fact finding Mission that includes Israel Jordan saudi Arabia and Egypt. He said normalization of relations Between Israel and the arabs was very much on the minds of All leaders be had spoken with but that they differed on timing. Shortsville firemen s carnival attracts 100s by Kathy Bailey Shortsville i see yelled a Grubby Little kid As the Turner Schrader american legion color guard rounded the Bend on water Street and came into View. Who can explain the mystery that keeps normally fidgety kids wide eyed silent and still As fire trucks marching bands Baton twirlers and scores of uniformed firemen file by in a Long Long line what magic draws 100s of children and grownups to watch As other something exciting. Too much pizza sausage Beer. There s always wonderful Cotton Candy French Fries hot awful food guaranteed to make dogs S.D. mixed with rides. You know it s time to go Home when everything is a blur your ears ring with your belly ache when eaten whirling swirling up and the sound of the Calliope with Devil May care abandon clowning round and rounding but when tomorrow comes. There s the memory and there s looking Forward to next year or next weekend when the neighbouring town will be having its firemen s carnival. Surrounded the isolated part of people Ordinary people step the Airfield where the plane along in Abig was parked. A finnish official said the Jet s air conditioning system was not working and described conditions inside the aircraft As the Weither station reports a 24-hour High of 77 25o Low h the temperature at 8 . Was 17 there Wai no precipitation. Last year the High was 82 Low. H Kiva years ago the High Psi 80 Low. 62 precipitation to Date 11.4 inches Lail year. 23.m. 1 july ii 1977 688.4s july 11.1976 plane sunday on a 375-mile flight from Pedro Skoye about 100 Miles North of Moscow to Leningrad. Muskies hold garage Sale Kennebunk Beach Maine up senator Edmund Muskie and his wife Jane hosted a garage Sale saturday with High Hopes of Selling Muskie s Brown plat form Rocker and hundreds of items they had accumulated Over the past 29 years. But it appeared the 100 or so people who showed up were More interested in hobnobbing with vips than sorting through broken bean pots and other Odds and ends. Bass drum everybody loves a Parade. Of look at their costumes they re a woman exclaimed to her children As one group of twirlers or another passed by dressed in Satin Guitler and stars. Then big cheers from this group of spectators or that As firemen and twirlers or a band from their Hometown passed by turned the Corner and were swallowed up by the crowd at the. Carnival grounds. The Shortsville firemen s Parade is just one of Many held in the county and All Over the nation on any Given weekend during the summer. They highlight firemen s carnivals such As the three Day festival held at Budd Park last weekend. People in Small towns look Forward to the carnivals which Are often the main Community celebrations of the summer. For one weekend the quiet Community Park is trans formed into something exotic something slightly Sleazy As the shamrocks drum and Bugle corps marched the last few Steps of the Parade spectators turned to Check out the next Section of the Shortsville firemen s Parade. The Parade was Friday held at Budd Park ended saturday night. Messenger photo by Kathy night and the carnival Dailey meanwhile the administration had no response to a report Carter is weighing the possibility of leaving some tactical nuclear weapons in South Korea once the american troop withdrawal completed. Both he while House and the state department declined comment sunday on the Story which appeared in the Boston Globe. The newspaper said it was told by Well placed sources that Carter is reconsidering a decision to pull out All . Tactical nuclear weapons at the same time ground forces Are being phased out of South Korea. According to the report a Small number of the weapons would remain with . F4 fighter bomber squadrons. A spokesman for the White House sunday said we have no comment on the report. John Trattner a state department spokesman also declined com men noting that we never discuss the deployment of american nuclear the president sunday attended Bible class and services at the first Baptist Church of Washington along with first lady Rosalynn Carter and daughter Amy. As part of his Effort to develop better relations Wilh members of Congress Carter tonight scheduled a private dinner at the White House with Sens. Dale bumpers. D-ark., and Ernest Hollings d-. And their wives. Woman was killed in collision Walworth Deborah m vary 21, of 39 Tidd ave Victor was killed Friday afternoon in a two car collision in this Wayne county town. She was returning from a vacation trip Wilh her husband. Thomas who was injured in the crash. Mrs. Vary was pronounced dead at the scene after their compact car operated by her husband collided with another vehicle Al Atlantic Avenue and Lincoln Road about one mile from the town of Penfield. According to trooper Thomas Deprez vary was taken to Newark Wayne Community Hospital with lacerations and a possible concussion where he is listed in satisfactory condition today. Investigators said the Accident occurred when vary s car. Southbound on Atlantic Avenue collided with a vehicle operated by James a. For Sylthe 38, of red Creek going East on Lincoln Road. Troopers said Forsythe was treated for minor injuries Al the Hospital and was released. Mrs. Vary is survived by her husband formerly of Hillon her parents Gerald j. And Julia e. Smith Martin of Hilton one sister Sandra Geiger two Brothers Gary j and Greg j. Martin. Funeral arrangements will be made by the Thomas e Burger funeral Home inc. Hillon. 11

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