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Colorado Springs Gazette Telegraph (Newspaper) - November 9, 1975, Colorado Springs, Colorado �?�.421 csu.21 6eoraia. 10 Kukk i k. Wesleyan 3 Lorida 7 Oua Boma 3 15 Colorado. 171 Texas am. 34 14 0ha.St 7 shu.3 a Force 13 no state Lutane. 12 Penn state Stanford. 13 Ohio state. 40 . 12 Illinois. 3 Michigan 28 d. Christian. 17 Arizona St. 0 Manitou 6 Wyoming a there Rannit be a to Odd in Virti until Here Are a Yood Ilion a a f rank Clio Florov Colorado Springs Mazos no. S3,597 -l�4th \ Spring so sinday Inok Mukk it it. 197.15c daily 35c sunday 36 California 27. 6 Washington. 24. 21 Nebraska 12. 20 a state. 0 news sports business lifestyle a Lavrn sections 140 pages . Considers plan to break up genial motors Washington a the Federal government is considering efforts to break up the giant general motors corp., the worlds largest automaker according to a government source. The Federal Trade commission was reported to have recommended antitrust action against the giant automaker a whose sales last year totalled nearly $32 billion. Etc chairman Lewis a. Eng Man declined comment on the report saying Only that a we have a number of investigations Goine on. Some Are the re Spon Sibilio of the commission and some of the Justice depart-1 i Bruce Wilson Deputy assist i ant attorney general said of the report a any Industry which is structured like the Auto Industry is the subject of constant the Justice department reportedly was close to filing an antitrust suit against pm in 1963 but was overridden by the White House. Abc news said saturday. A pm spokesman said top company officials were unavailable for comment on the report. has dominated the nation s Auto Industry for 40 years and has accounted for half the cars built and sold in this country since the mid 1950s. The Auto giants top officials have been quoted recently As saying they have set a goal of increasing the firms share of . Domestic car sales to 60 per cent in 1976. Last year pm had a 50 per cent share of Domestic car sales and its share so far this year is 53 per. Cent compared with a 28 per cent share for the no. 2 Auto maker Ford motor co. Including import sales pm s share of the . Market is 43 per cent. The Etc staff a says that kind of dominance is tantamount to monopoly Quot said Abc which reported it had Learned that both the economics and the Competition bureaus of the Etc have recommended antitrust action against pm. That report was confirmed by a source in the Federal government who did not wish to be identified. A Justice has been working on this for a Long time a said Frank Faraone a pm spokesman in Washington. A i know where the Etc fits a spokesman for the Justice department said the Etc refers its recommendations to the department which has 40 Days to decide whether to file at the end of that period the matter is returned to the Etc which can file suit on its own. Pm has been in antitrust trouble before. In 1965, pm signed a consent decree with the Justice department agreeing to make its bus engine Axle and transmission designs and components Avail Agle to any other competitor. At the time pm was the Only turn to Page 4a column 2 tax raise plan unfair teacher president says the Colorado Springs of existing economic con ers association Cost with its editions a decision to ask the president claiming advocacy for Puc to raise taxes is unfair to of. The citizens of Colorado nuns not Tufto us. 0ar a third Nurt Back to camera is Ftp god a amp be of the Sisters who a greeted the Trio upon their air rival saturday at new Yorkus Kennedy Airport of Chile. The three All americans Lloja Rol yory Pirez a t oxide some a t a so is Paula Armstrong a a a of _ without talking to reporter a. A a Atrilla. The women arid. Gay from the air pm Fly v a map wife it a a a a our new York apr three american nuns who were expelled by Chile a military government for allegedly conspiring to hide left Wing guerillas arrived Here saturday. The nuns Margaret Lipsio of the Maryknoll order from new the weather report furnished by National weather service at Peterson Field Rochelle n.y., and notre Nephew of the late preside it Dame members Barbara Nelson of Leonia jo., and Paula Armstrong of Boston left Puda Huel Airport Friday arrive my in Miami fla., saturday after receiving Safe conduct passages negotiated by . Ambassador David Popper then went on to new York. A crowd of about 200 hostile chileans shouted at them As they boarded a Braniff International jetliner and tossed Small coins As a gesture of in weather forecast pikes Peak Region a Light Snow ending this morning. Decreasing cloudiness this afternoon. Partly Cloudy today suit. And monday with scattered showers in were accuse j 0f helping the morning. Colder today with a High a a. R a of 40 to 45. Low tonight near 20. High guerrillas who included the monday in the upper 40s. Variable winds 5 to 15 today. Precipitation probability 20 a percent this morning. Com Rado a Snow and blowing Snow moving into the Southern mountains sunday. Mav cause hazardous driving conditions. In Eal snows four inches or More at higher elevations. Snow diminishing in mountains late sunday. Snow ending sunday with a Chance of rain or Snow Southeast. Higher Snow amounts one to three inches Foothills of Rockies. Turning partly Cloudy Southwest and Northwest through monday. Colder. Lows sunday 20s North. 30s South and 10 to 20 mountains. High monday around 40 North lower 50s South and 30 to 40 mountains. Salvador Allende ousted by a bloody armed forces coup in september 1973. Andres Pascal Allende 32, is chief of the Rev of 1 u t a o n a r y left movement Mir the Only left Wing group to go underground after the coup and continue sporadic attacks against the Junta. Allende and his girl Friend Mary Ann Beausire 24, a dual British and chilean citizen entered the Costa rican embassy at Dawn Friday seeking political Asylum. Costa rican ambassador Tomas soley Soler had made it known he would of Fer them provisional refugee and ask for Safe conduct passes for them. The mires no. 2 Leader Nelson Gutierrez 3l, and his girl Friend Marie Elena Bachman reportedly took Asylum wednesday in the residence of the papal Nuncio the Vatican a diplomatic envoy to Chile. The papal Nuncio has neither confirmed nor denied the local press reports. The four narrowly escaped being caught by Security agents earlier this month after a raid on a Mir a Safe House on a turn to Page 4a column 7 the Public As Well As teachers saturday called a proposed tax Levy election a an irresponsible i Srai action breach of Public a a of to president sell. Morecki said Iri a press release a teachers Are being put in the position of not Only advocating for teachers but also for the Public. A the Costa believes that be Colorado Springs school District li�?T8 Hoard of education Witt decide tuesday a we Are simply following the Morecki said a your research Law in the matter. We believe team has carefully studied the we need the Money and we Are i District 11 proposed 1976 bldg asking people to make up the let. We Are convinced that there difference Between that and Lis enough Money in the budget what the estate a 1 to Siwula sound educational pro Warner Quot cited Harrison sail a us decide tuesday on calling Al District 2. Aso Kidist a which special election. Dec. 9 to raise already has called for a it Iai the Mill Levy. Election a what could be fairer than review Board asking people to vote on an Issue a said Thurman Warner information officer for District 11. Recently allow id District 11 $7.10 of a proposed $22.93 per student increase requested by the District. ,.temperatures at Gazette Telegraph saturday a hourly temperatures nationwide rail strike postponed 12 Midnight 4� noon 1 . 49 1 . 2 . 47 2 . 3 . A 3 . 4 . 4.i 4 . 5 . 47 5 . 6 . 41 6 . 7 . 48 7 8 . 49 r 9 . 51 0 10 . 49 10 . 11 . 51 11 . Maximum for 24 hours ended at 11 . Yesterday minimum for 24 hours ended at 11 . Yesterday National weather service Peterson Field maximum for 24 hours ended at 11 . Yesterday 54 minimum for 24 hours ended at 11 . Yesterday 32 wind velocity at 11 . 4 Miles per or. Wind direction at 11 . Westerly relative humidity at 11 . 96 percent sea level pressure at 11 . 29.85 and falling. Precipitation for 24 hours ended at 11 . Yesterday .22 precipitation for current month .22 Normal precipitation for current month a a a a a Precinia tation so far this Vear 10.92 Sunset tonight at 4 51 . Sunrise tomorrow at 6 35 . Chicago a a walkout by four railway shop Craft unions threatened for next tuesday was postponed saturday until nov. 18 after a labor official said the unions had no intention of disrupting the econo-531 my. $ j the postponement was expected. It came in a Telegram from James e. Yost president of the Al Cio railway employees department to . Usery head of the Federal mediation service. Usery had told officials on the four unions that a strike next weather elsewhere i Hilo week a would create a severe disruption throughout Many segments of the Yost replied with the unions willingness for a one week delay and said a we Are reluctantly bowing to your request for postponement of any withdrawal of the four unions a representing 70,000 firemen boilermakers Carmen and electrical workers a already have rejected the Industry pattern settlement signed earlier this year by other railway unions. The four unions represent about 15 per cent of the Industry workforce but other workers would probably respect their picket lines thus shutting Down the nations rail system. Yost said he was told to be ready to return to Washington on monday for resumption of bargaining. The unions All members of the Al Cio railway employees department have indicated they Are willing to accept Digite review Board the budget and place the Erp Phasis on in the classroom with the classroom teacher. A Boston apr president parture will not change policy. Ford is assuring Moscow per a strength is the Only sure Keg and us. Allies that his Fundak m for peace and shakeup of National Security advisers will in no Way soften the american defense posture. Secretary of state Henry Kissinger who lost his second As director of the National Security Council will continue to have tremendous influence on Security and foreign affairs Ford said Friday. In an address before the new England Council the president also defended his firing of James Schlesinger As Secretary of defense and Cia director William Colby but said their de America in concert with our allies must maintain a defense capability second to none. Ford said. A that policy has not changed and will not White House aides said his remarks were directed at the soviet Union and China As Well As . Allies and Fords Domestic critics. There have been reports the chinese Are disturbed about the dismissal of Schlesinger seeing it As an unwillingness by Ford to match a soviet arms build up. Word is. Scheduled to visit Diina. , Ford also said Hewill not be hurried into a a bad agreement in strategic arms limitations negotiations with Russia. A i want to be absolutely sure that these Domestic political potshots Are not a heard round Gus amp the world a a Ford said. A Zouri to allies and our adversaries must not be confused or he said Donald Rumsfeld and George Bush nominated to succeed Schlesinger and Colby respectively a will be Strong Tough and True to the highest interests of All the people of the United a a but Springfield Maas a amp i Ake Jackson i it Wash told the m England society of a a new spa editors Hel has serious reservations Abonit whether he could vote to confirm Rumsfeld or for the first time a president want us to have our key National Security institutions run by men whose Paramount concerns Are their own political futures a and his a said Jackson who is a candidate for the democratic presidential nomination in 1976. Young Hijacker is pushed out of plane to his death Cape Girardeau to. Apr a despondent teen Ager who apparently tried to Hijack Small air plane was pushed out of the plane by the Pilot and fell to his death saturday authorities said. Mississippi county sheriffs deputies said Jack r. Johnson 19, of Evansville ind., was pattern Money package but and work rules. About two hours after charter ing it in Evansville 115 Miles East of Cape Girardeau. Johnson a body was found in a Field about 25 Miles Southeast of Cape Girardeau. The Pilot Richard Leibundguth 25, also of Evansville gave authorities this account of the incident Johnson called the pilots company Tri state Aero to charter a plane. He and Lei Bun Cousteau will search for Atlantis of a Bank i Albu que 75 61 Kansas City 69 44 75 35 Las vegas 76 47 a Amarillo 85 45 ittle Rock 80 56 Anchorage 16 8 los Angeles 64 57 Asheville 75 55 Louisville 72 63 Atlanta 77 63 Memphis 81 60 Birmingham 79 56 Miami 81 75 Bismarck 54 30 Milwaukee 65 52 Boise 47 30 mils St. P. 55 33 Boston 71 62 new Orleans 81 70 Brownsville 89 66 new York 74 63 Buffalo 64 57 okla. City 78 49 Charleston 78 6� Omaha 67 37 Charlotte 77 66 Orlando l 6 68 Chicago 60 54 philae phia 78 64 Cincinnati 70 58 Phoenix 82 51 Cleveland 71 59 Pittsburgh 66 55 Denver 47 36 p Lland me. 56 67 Des Moines 57 41 p land Ore 47 40 Detroit 70 60 rapid City 52 29 Duluth 55 33 Richmond 82 67 Fairbanks -8 -24 St. Louis 74 47 55 Helena 41 23 Salt 1-Ake 37 Honolulu 8fi 73 san Dieco 66 56 Hanston b2 s8 san fran 60 50 into Apolis 71 62 Seattle 46 39 jacks a Ville by 57 Spokane to 28 Juil a 31 16 Washington 81 63 Athens a French explorer Jacques Cousteau is beginning a $2-million, year Long search for the legendary City of Atlantis. A i am not convinced that such a glorified Citadel As rumoured existed but i do believe the a was some kind of civilization there where the myth the 65-year-old Cousteau said on his arrival Here Friday. A a to search for it is every civilized Many a dream and we believe we will get to the Root of the truth a he said. Cousteau said the sole written reference to Atlantis is by the ancient philosopher Plato who received it second hand from Solon who in turn heard about the City on a trip to Egypt. Greek and american archaeologists have discovered valuable antiquities on land believed related to the legendary Atlantis. Cousteau Here with his 18-Man Crew and electronically equipped ship a Calypso a will concentrate his underwater filming and research around the Island of Santorini and its sunken Volcano Crater. An eruption there around 1400 . Is believed to have sunk Atlantis leaving a circular scattering of islands. Once known As a a Kalliste a or the most Beautiful they Are now known As the a a Kamenesh a the Burnt out islands. Descents will be made into the Volcano sunk in their midst. A we have found treasures and gems in our trips round the world a Cousteau said a but i personally believe that there is no greater jewel for Mankind than our archaeological origins. That is what makes this trip the most interesting in our 24 years of Active apart from the search for Atlantis the Cousteau Crew will be shooting a film entitled a islands of treasure a concentrating on archaeological items strewn on the Aegean sea bed. The area is believed to be Rich with antiquities from sunken ships of various civilizations that fell victim to aboard the Calypso an elec storms War or piracy. Ironically equipped Cabin Man Cousteau said two thirds of aged by 45-year old Frenchman the project would be funded by Pierre Mahl and a closed Cir the greek government to be Cuit television system will per reimbursed from the first profits. After that profits from television income will be split 50-50, except that the networks of Greece and Cyprus will get exclusive screening rights. The explorer said he was confident that antiquities would be found around Santorini and other islands despite the passage of nearly 3.500 years. He said he particularly hoped to find Bronze weapons made by invading barbarian tribes when they overran ancient greek cities. Guth took off about 11 30 . Cost in the Cessna 150 acrobat a single engine plane. After being airborne about 15 minutes Johnson pulled what appeared to be a .22 magnum revolver As they flew North Over Indiana and ordered the Pilot to turn around and head for Kentucky then across Illinois and finally to Missouri. After telling Leibundguth he had been having family problems and was thinking of suicide he pointed the gun at the pilots head and Chest until he was overpowered and ejected from the plane. During the struggle Johnson fired a shot at the Pilot but missed. Moments later the plane landed at Cape Girardeau. Leibundguth was taken to St. Francis Hospital for treatment of undisclosed minor injuries and then released. Cape Girardeau lies along a the Mississippi River about 130 Miles South of St. Louis. Mit archaeologists to watch the underwater work of the divers and Bath sphere. This two seat Saucer shaped Craft goes to depth of Over 1,100 feet and communicates with the Mother ship by Means of Telephone. Bob Braunbeck 31, of new Albany ind., is the sole american member of the Crew and pilots the two seat helicopter used for landings at sea. Other permanent members of the Crew Are Cousteau a wife and son and their Small dog Odysseus. State county offices close veterans Day All state and county offices will be closed tuesday for veterans Day. In addition to District and county courts and the Elpaso county governmental offices being closed. Elpaso Community College will be closed. City offices closed last month for the Federal Holiday. They will be open tuesday. Amuse Niento. 8-10f astrological forecast. 12c, builders news. 6f business financial. 1-5f classified. 15f-15g dear Abby 3ceditorial. 2-4d Heloise. 9c lifestyle. 1-9c regional activities. 4a Rufus Porter. 10b sports. 1-12e to log 14b vital statistics4a weather map. 4a today s Gazette Telegraph consists of 8 main sections 100 pages plus 8 pages of color comics and a 24 Page Magazine Section plus 8 Page target insert. If your paper is not Complete please Call 632-5511, ext. 316 Between 5 30 amp 7 30 . Weekdays 7 30 amp 12 00 . Saturday amp sunday Canon City 1-784-3493

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