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Daily Globe (Newspaper) - August 13, 1980, Ironwood, Michigan 61 is year number 225 i i Ron Wood daily Globe Ironwood Michigan. Wednesday August eighteen pages two self ions single copy 25 cents Carter to woo Kennedy backers rap Carler Pamp Frrtz Ahnor Tirton new York a president Carter arrived in Triumph Loday to claim renomination and immediately set about to Wool he Kennedy Wing of the democratic parly whose reticence Aboul his candidacy Clouds his efforts to win re election. To cheers of four More years and strains Days Are Here Carler old supporters that sen Edward Mkennedy s tuesday night Convent on speech was one of he 1. Ever and expressed Confidence that the party would emerge United to whip the republicans in november. Carter came from Washington on the Day after the convention adopted a platform bearing Kennedy s stamp. His principle political Mission was to coax a Strong endorsement from Kennedy in an attempt to convert the senator s supporters Many of whom were threatening to sit out the Campaign Bolt to the Independent candidacy of John Anderson. Kennedy has caused the Carter forces a Little trouble Here following the open convention fight the e senator s on the platform prompted the convention to adopt his positions and repudiate Carter s on the Economy the equal rights amendment and abortion. Asked about Kennedy s support tuesday night As he returned to the White House from five Days at the presidential Retreat at Camp David md., Carter replied thai s a decision for him to and does he need that support he was a sked. I can win much belter with Carter replied. It would certainly be beneficial forme to have his full support during the As for Kennedy in an impassioned speech that electrified the convention s tuesday session he called for a parly Victory in the fall but offered no direct endorsement of Carter. After that speech the convention was momentarily his. But it was a shallow Victory for the Massachusetts senator his presidential bid rejected and his major platform Plank spurned by Carter. Labor Secretary Ray Marshall said Carler would formally notify the convention Loday Hal he cannot accept a Plank calling for a 512 billion Federal program to create jobs. That Plank was the one on which Kennedy chose to focus his fight to renew the commitment of the democratic parly to economic asked Why Carler was unwilling to accept the Plank White House press Secretary Jody Powell said i can t imagine senator Kennedy would expect the president overnight to change the position which he has held throughout this Long Campaign. I would think the s Nealor and the american people would think less of the president if he changes his to obtain some political under party rules Carter must notify the convention of his disagreement with any platform within one hour of final approval of the document Powell said Hal while Carler continues his Strong support for the he a he opposes the platform Plank calling on the parly to withhold Campaign funds and technical assistance from any candidate who opposes the amendment. The convention also called for continued Federal funding for abortions a position Powell said Cario Lias opposed throughout Liis Public life. Among the remaining controversial planks to be taken up when the do legals returned to Madison Square Garden at noon Edt wore those dealing with solar Energy and the my missile. The solar Energy Plank Calls for a commitment to a Federal program for solar or convention Lull exploited other renewable sources that divers. Delegates waved Blue n. I exceed the Federal commitment to synthetic tie minority Plank on the my flatly opposes deployment the missile system favored by Carter. Powell conceded that Carler faced a Lough fight on the my but be added Hal the president s Clear and nol dul the potential disputes on the remaining planks seemed anti climactic Afler the emotional session tuesday night when Kennedy delivered one of the memorable speeches in political convention history. When Kennedy finished the White signs that read Kennedy 80." some had scrawled on the Back. Amidst the tumult on inc floor were the political operatives from inc Carter a and Ken n cd Ca m is. It became Clear As the Roll Call was Aboul to begin Hal we weren t going to Powell said. The Carter aides called Iligir counterparts in the Kennedy Camp. A Deal was struck on the economic planks without whal one aide called direct consultation Wilh the president. They agreed on All bul one calling for wage and . Carter Kennedy meeting Uncertain port bul added thai s a decision for him to new York president Carter arrived in new York today to claim the democratic presidential nomination predicting he would Lead a unified party to whip the in the november elections bul questions about a reconciliation with his Defeated rival sen. Edward m. Kennedy Hung Over his 55-hour visit to the democratic National convention City. And he president said he did not yet know whether he would meet with the senator. I spoke to him last night after his speech and congratulated him on a wonderful Carter said after air Force one landed at Newark International Airport across the Hudson River in new Jersey. He Ihen flew by Marine corps helicopter to a Landing pad on new York s West Side. Arriving Sheraton Centre his Headquarters hotel Carler told a cheering i band of some 200 supporters throughout this year and throughout the last four years you have shown your Confidence in me. We have faced formidable Odds in the past and we have never been Defeated on major issues 1 have no doubt we will be victorious in Carter his parly s overwhelming Choice for president at its convention in this City four years ago returned As an incumbent burdened within democratic ranks about his Cliance for a second term. New York As the convention prepares to nominate him tonight said he will concentrate on polishing his acceptance speech he will deliver thursday night. Renomination was his needing Only life e to party various con winning that support and the backing of the Kennedy loyalists is Nola process Hal is ass s Noa process Hal is accomplished in a night or a week Powell said. He added in the end most Good s chances or a secon term. But. He i am grateful for a party which at the end of this convention will be United and vice president Waller Fritz 1 Mondale and i will be willing to serve four More years beginning in presidential appointments Secretary Phil Wise asked How Carter would spend Loda in was Nis needing Only the 1i1dsl buoy his Day of Victory without a unified party democrats will act like Good democrats offering support from its various con Many weren t ready to fall into line Stith envies and with Many democrats openly tuesday worried that a ticket with Carler at the lop will pull them Down to defeat in november. When Carler returned to the while House i . Former Wisconsin gov. Pat Lucey Ken Nedy s Deputy National Campaign director resigned As a Delegate and said he would take a hard look at Independent presidential candidate John b. Anderson before deciding who to support in the fall platform at a glance Good for another time Bill Denihan of Cleveland Ohio displays altered headgear Dur Guhe tuesday session of the Domo Craic convention in new York s Madison Square laser photo new York map at a glance arc planks adopted so far by the demo cratic National convention for. The party s 1980 platform the need for by asserts that the democratic party will not support reductions in or other programs that serve Basic human needs Leaf the party will not in social Security Benefit formulas that a Bifid result in lower rates of Cost of living increases than under the pres ent formula. Calls for a phased reduction in the slate share of Wel fare costs and denounces the Republican platform s Call for transferring the costs entirely Toth Escales. That a full employ ment jobs policy and the need to guarantee a Job for every Able bodied american is our single highest Domestic prior Ity Money or help from the National democratic party to candidates who do not support the equal rights amendment. The right to seek an abortion and other forms of reproductive Freedom a fundamental human right and backs use of medicaid funds to pay for abortions of poor women who seek Idem. Efforts to enable Federal agencies Tob Verrida or exempt slate or Federal Henvir or safely Laws Powers that president Carter s proposed Energy mobilization Board stalled in Congress would have had. Kennedy lying Low today Ritvo Orif Adi car or is new York a sen Edward m. Kennedy the vanquished challenger whose oratory electrified the democratic National convention is lying Low today and offering no hint whether hell stay around for president Cartel s triumphant acceptance of the party s presidential nomination Kennedy retune d to the Waldorf Astoria late tuesday after publicly congratulating Carter and predicting the party will reunite and March toward a democratic Victory in 1080." after the speech which touched off a 40-minute demonstration of cheering and poster waving Kennedy strategists struck a Deal Attiat resulted in the senator s Victory on several key economic planks in the parly platform. Kennedy s address the first to capture Hie attention of the thousands on the convention flo6r, was scheduled to enable the senator to Appeal Tor Delegate support of economic proposals that Kennedy had made the focus of his presidential Campaign. The convention responded by handing him a stunning Victory on major elements of his economic program. Carter Mondale president Carter and his running male. Vice president Waller Mondale wave to a crowd of supporters in the Alburl Hall at the Sheraton Centre hotel wednesday in new York. Mel by a Large crowd As he arrived to be nominated for his second term As president at the democratic National convention at Madison Square Garden tonight. A laser photo diver finds evasive 150-year-old Anchor on Bottom of Lake Superior Paul Sybbel 3271, grand rapids leads Marion Rursch Clinton Iowa and Thomas Wein North Tonawanda n.y., through the turn in 25-super Stock Hydro elimination action at the 1980 Stock outboard National championships Al Wakefield Sobel finished third and Rursch fourth in the third heat. Idaly Globe photo Munising Mich. A diver Pete Lindquist says he d heard stories since he was a boy about an evasive 150 year old Anchor on the Bollom of Lake Superior. Bul he . Fishermen from the Munising area of the upper Peninsula along the Lake s Southern Border had sighted the Anchor Over the years but when divers returned to retrieve it shifting tides and Sand always camouflaged the sunken treasure. Lindquist 32, has been diving about Loyear. He said he saw the Anchor for the first time from his boat on monday while taking a group of divers out into Munising Bay. I spotted it in one of my a virile places to look at the Lindquist said tuesday Afler recovering the Anchor. When i first saw it i saw just the Fluke the Anchor s i was about to jump overboard to Mark the spot but wailed until the boat was turned around and shul the Anchor was resting under 12 to 14 feet of water about two Miles offshore in Munising Bay just Southeast of Wood Island Lindquist said. Most members of the diving group went Down to see the Anchor and Lindquist said he marked thespot Wilh buoys. Afler returning the group to Shore Lindquist said he and Munising divers Tom bal hey and Chuck Nebel went Back . Rough seas and 414-foot Waves almost Del erred the final says Energy environment balance top Issue for 80s Madison wis. A a search for a reasonable balance Between Energy needs and environmental issues will be the nation s top political Issue of the 1980s, Oil company executive and former . Transportation Secretary Claude Brinegar. Said tuesday. In remarks to Bankers at the graduate. School of banking Al the University of Wisconsin Brinegar also said the nation can meet 90 percent of its Energy demands Wilh Domestic resources 1990, up from the current figure of 80 percent. Brinegar transportation Secretary from 1973 to 1975 during the administration of Republican president Gerald Ford also voiced qualified support Tor the Energy policies of demo Raj in my Carter. He said he Hopes Ronald a Nagari would not make major changes if he is elected president in november. The executive vice president of Union Oil co the nation s 12lh-largest Oil criticized Federal Laws such As the clean air act wilderness act and endangered species acl. He said they delay major Energy projects. Brinegar said new Laws have extended the time needed to get approval for offshore Oil drilling for . The it was a relatively simple he said. In the Case of. The endangered species acl he said the recent discovery an endangered species of fish in Utah threatened proposals to provide water for synthetic fuel processing. Synthetic fuel production and shale Oil processing being promoted by the Carler administration require Large amounts of water. Critics say such synfuel production carries heavy environmental costs. Utah and Colorado have been said to have reserves of Oil. Shale. Union Oil owns water rights in the Colorado River Basin. I m not calling for Energy first environment Brinegar said. Today s situation is calling for environment first second and third and Energy fourth.1 the Challenge for politicians in the 1980s, he said would be to find a reasonable balance Between Energy and the in Brinegar said the country has 70 nuclear Power plants capable of operation and another 90 in planning stages. Congress is working on a nuclear waste disposal program he said. There is Little doubt that nuclear Power is our safest source of he said. Brinegar said the country has natural Gas and Oil sup plies that could cach i ast for 40 or 50 years under current Rales of use. He said in also has a 350-year Supply of Coal and Oil shale that could last As Long As Oil and natural Gas. He said it has uranium supplies that could maintain the nuclear Power Industry into the next Century. He said the United slates could produce 90 percent of the Energy it uses by 1990 by using All available nuclear Power plants increasing somewhat the use of hydroelectric geothermal and solar Energy decreasing the use of natural Gas and crude Oil and increasing Coal production. Catch. Lindquist said. Our Anchor dug into the Sand bul 11 would l hold the Boal and we had to Send Down a diver Toal Tach our Anchor to the old eventually they managed to secure a 270-gallon Oil drum and a 50-gallon barrel to the Anchor pumped them full of air to float the Anchor and pulled it Back to Shore monday night. The Anchor was raised from the water tuesday Lind quist said. It s in perfect condition. The shackles that hold the Chain Are the wooden beam on top of the Anchor measures Aboul 12 feel and the Shank is Aboul 8 feet Lindquist said. From Fluke to Fluke in is Aboul six feel wide he said. Inside the Globe 1980 Stock outboard a Lional championships Page 11. Democratic National convention stories Page 16. Ontonagon area news pages. Hurricane Allen s Rains Don l mean the end of heat wave 80. Page 5. Aviation officials Are worried about the latest wave of air piracy Page 10. Index about people .12.13 Church events.1j comics.7 obituaries.6 sports.14.15 stocks.6 weather.5 weddings.12 and outside temperatures 24 or. Period to 10 . 75 61. Previous 24 or. Period 70 51. Year ago High 69 Low 54. Rain m in. Season s rain 13.20 in. Rain year ago 16.24 in. Forecast lows to night around 50. Mostly Cloudy thursday with a few showers. Highs mid to up per 60s. I

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