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Daily Review (Newspaper) - March 28, 1973, Hayward, California File Dully R-.'.'cw Haywurd. Cullf. Wednesday, March 28, 1973 BART to force AC Transit subsidy? Nuts to you, guv Assemblyman John Burton, D-San Fran- cisco, after several unsuccessful attempts to feed Oapitol Park squirrels, breaks up laughing as an old man easily lured the ani- mals with the right technique. After recov- ering, Burton managed to get the squirrels to eat out of his hand. Burton was respond- ing to Gov. Ronald Reagan's inference that he was a nut. In one hand Burton offered the furry creatures a copy of the governor's tax plan and in the other he held out pea- nuts. Without fail, Burton said, the squir- rels went for the "real peanuts" each time. Burton, outspoken critic of Reagan, has as- sailed the governor's plan to call a special statewide election on his tax spending and limitation proposals. His walk to the park fol- lowed Reagan's' comment to newsmen when asked about Burton's criticism. Reagan re- plied, in effect calling Burton a nut, by say- ing, "SomGtimos I think Assemblyman Burton is the one man in Sacramentto who has the most to fear from the squirrels in Capitol Park." Yesterday's legislation in review Aisnelnlct! Proii Major Action March THE GOVERNOR Said at his weekly press conference he would not join any proposed meat boycott and added lowering food prices "isn't as simple as walking around with a pickel sign." THE ASSEMBLY Constitutional Amendment Introduced limit powers of the slate Public Utilities Commission by subjecting them to legislative control, rather than constitutional pro- vision, ADA 36, Kecne, D-Santa Rosa. Bills Introduced Boxing Would prohibit amateur boxing contests on the same ticket witih profes- sional boxing contests; AB 645; Thomas, D-San Pedro. in- crease from 3.5 to 5 per cent the maximum number of high school graduates receiving new scholarships: AB Lanlerman, R-LaCanada. designate the saber-toothed cat as the offi- cial state fossil; AB 940; Sieroty, D-Beverly Hills. Advertising Would re- quire licensees Of the Bureau of Private Investigators and Adjusters to disclose their li- cense number in every adver- tisement; AB 953; P o w c rs, D-Sncramcnto. Sea allow the taking of sea urchins with rakes, airlifts or other hand appliances subject to Fish and Game Commission regu- lations; AB 942; Thomas Fish and ap- propriate million to the Fish and Game Preservation Fund; AB943; Thomas. Psychiatric Technicians- Would make chapter regu- lating psychiatric technicians not appliable to individuals working in the community menial health field: AB 941; Duffy, R-Hanford. Ballots Would outlaw printing, posting or dis- says charges nonsense SACRAMENTO Gov. Ed Reinecke has shrug- ged of as politically inspired "nonsense" charges by his former No. 1 aide that office staffers could. In col- lect double salary for time on vacation. Reinecke. a Republican contender for governor next year, termed Hal Steward, his special assistant briefly in 1971, a "desperate candidate for lieutenant, governor seek- ing publicity." Flight pattern Of Steward's charge, Rei- necke said in an interview Tuesday with UPI, "It's not possible. It's a budgetary im- possibility. There's isn't that kind of money laying around. It's a lot of nonsense." trihuting simulated sample ballots; AR Waxman, Angeles. THE SENATE Bill Passed Park Would appropriate to help buy 350 acres of land In the Santa Monica Mountains for addition to the Topanga Canyon unit of the stale park system; AB 317, Priolo, R-Pacific Palisades; 30-1 lo governor. Resolution Adopted urge the sec- retary of defense to In- vestigate flight patterns flown over cilies adjacent to the Alameda Naval Air Station and prescribe regulations to control them; SJR 5, Hol- mdahl, D-Oakland; 2.-2, to Assembly. Bills Introduced impose a civil penalty of not more than a day for violation of nonvehicular air pollution regulations of the Bay Area Air Pollution Control District; SB 547, Mquist, D-San Jose. authorize slate Department of Con- sumer Affairs employes lo in- spect premises where motor vehicle air pollution control devices are installed or sold to determine which are certi- fied by the Slate Air Re- sources Board; would make it a misdemeanor, ralher than an infraction, to violate state Vehicle Code provisions per taining to air pollution contro 549, Wedwortti D-Hawlhorne. require that Bay Area Air Pollution Con- trol District directors be elected from 20 wards as nearly equal in population as possible; would limit terms of directors to Iw'o years; SB 546, Alquist. allow acre- age limitations to avoid can- ning peach production sur- pluses SB 550, Marler, R-Rcdding. Mobile re- quire that the exact reason for an eviction be spelled out In the nollce of eviction to a mobilehorne park tenant; SB 548, Moscone, D-San Fran- cisco. SACRAMENTO state may have to subsidize a San Francisco Bay Area bus system if BART grabs the most profitable commuter runs into San Francisco, a Senate committee has been told. Senate President pro tern James Kills said Tuesday that such a temporary sub- sidy might be needed if the Bay Area Rapid Transit District follows the service schedule it now has in mind. The comment came after BART officials told the Sen- ate Public Utilities and Cor- porations Committee that full service of their billion rapid transit system will'not be available before March 1974. A further delay is possible If BART fails to answer the 21 recommendations for im- proved safety and reliability made by a legislative panel, BART spokesmen said. Mills, D-San Diego, said a subsidy might be needed if BART opened transbay ser- vice during the most profit- able commuter hours only, leaving AC Transit with snonsibility for operating un-_ profitable night and service across the Bay Bridge. AC Transit provides bus II service in the three BART Contra B Costa and San Francisco. Mills also predicted that ACM Transit may have to be merg- ed with BART in the future, g The committee took no lion on either Hie potentialH subsidy or the BART I-C-M spouse In the 21point deficien-H cy report. Later Tuesday, the Assem- bly Transportation Committee approved a bill by Assem- bly man Carlos R c e 1 D-Hayward, to have BART di- rectors elected by the public R instead of being appointed by city and county agencies. I Charles Kramer, a BARTg general superintendent, said his engineers cxpeclcd to comply by this summer with 16 recommendations cnnsid-1 ered essential among the 21 items in a report commis- i stoned last fall by the Senate committee. He said that would allow BART to open limited Con- cord service in May and San Francisco service by Septem- ber. Proposed 20-hour-daily, scv- en-days-a-week service is im- possible for at least a year, Kramer said, because engi- neers need more time to test another 296 cars on the tracks and make other changes requested by the committee's engineering re- port. That will prevent Saturday service until November and Sunday service until March 1974 with 20-hour service de- layed until November at the earliest, he said. Mills said he would ask the Senate Rules Committee to hire experts to determine "whether BART has ade- quately answered" the safely and operational questions in the committee study. "We are not in a position lo judge the adequacy of the re- sponses, particularly in these engineering areas." Mills said. Mills made no estimate of how much il might cost lo evaluate the BART reply to the latest study, saying he would urge the evaluation be done by one of the three ex- perts involved In Uie earlier study. The only open conflict in Tuesday's hearing came.when Sen. Alfred.E. Alquist, D-San Jose, read a letter from Dr. Bernard Oliver, chief of the committee's three-man panel of experts. Alquist quoted Oli- v e r as complaining that BART contractors "seemed to be ignoring" a safety question about the speed control crys- tals wlu'ch were blamed for BART's Fremont accident last fall In which six passen- gers were injured. Kramer replied that work on the crystal problem had resumed since Oliver wrote the March 12 letter. A system of "wheel scrub- bers" recommended by the Senate panel has been adopted and "we're satisfied engineering-wise" that il sol- ves BART's train detection problem, Kramer testified. A key safety problem of BART's computer-controlled train system has been its fail- ure, because of poor elec- trical contacts between the wheels and rails, to detect some trains stopped on the tracks. Kramer said the scrubbers should solve that problem. Are Imiimii yourself? Come to this Christian Science Lecture "Are You Receptive lo Change" by Robert H.Milchell ol the Christian Science IkwnMLcctmcs SP.M.TIiitrs.. March 29 mmmmmmmmmmmmwt The Great Escape to SIERRA BROOKS On the edge of Tahoe National Forest. Pins splashed countryside, 13 miles to the Stampede reservoir and bright, blue lakes. Fishing, hunting, boat- ing, riding. Mobile home sites. to 2 acre lots. Ready to build. Paved streets, electricity, water. From Easy terms. A proloot of oooldmlil Petroleum Lund Development Corp. Mail phone for free literature. SIERRA BROOKS Calif. 94545 or phone city- state. _zlp_ FILL THIS OUT AND WE'LL FILL YOU INI 111 I ohe sought pr SACRAMENTO state Senate has asked the Pentagon to investigate flight patterns over cities adjacent to Alameda Naval Air Sta- tion. The Senate voted 21-2 Tues- day to adopt a resolution au- thored by Sen. John W. Hol- mdahl, D-Oakland. That was a bare majority in the 40- member Senate. The resolution now goes to the Assembly. ______ Hal McLean read the Riot Act on BART. Get that Billion feeling. The Great Western feeling. It all happens when you make the over California, more than any other move to Great Western Savings. You get the strength of assets over Billion. Complete safety, since 1887. The highest rates of interest you can savings association. The Great Western feeling is all these things. And so much more. It's the feeling that comes from knowing you've put your savings in find on insured savings. And offices all exactly the right place. Hal savs that's one of llic best things about no longer having lo drive to school. He had lime to dig into People v. Bundle who won the why. In this case il took from Fremont lo MacArtluir and got Mr. McLean off lo a fast start preparing his.brief for end-of-scmcstcr finals. Chances are, riding BART could do a lot for your day, too. But you'll never know how much. Unless you try it. BAY AREA RAPID TRANSIT DISTRICT 800 Madison Street Oakland, California W Ji Ik I if W JC.Tj i 1m Bli IT! HAYWARD: 1090 "B" Street at Foothill 538-5750 SAN LEANDRO: 1199 East 14th Street 483-6286 .9 A.M. to 4 P.M. 6 P.M. Fridays FREE WITH ACCOUNTS OF 11000 OR MORE: Safe Deposit Bones, Traveler! Chucks, Money Orders, Notary Service, Trust Collection. Also Free Check-A-Month Plans. MEMBER: FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN INSURANCE CORPORATION, FEDERAL HOME. LOAN BANK -A SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF GREAT WESTERN FINANCIAL CORPORATION ;