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Douglas Dispatch (Newspaper) - September 26, 1976, Douglas, Arizona Hoag a sons Hook Springport a Ach �9? u the daily dispatch Cochise county s Only daily newspaper a serving Douglas Agua Prielau Bisbee a Sulphur Springs Valley a Arizona briefs mortuaries prices cheeked volume 139 the daily dispatch Douglas Altoona Fri May september 2a 1975 10 Todd 15 on Congress oks Oil Price action Cochise county fair schedule of events Friday sept. 26, kids Day 7 30p.m. Entertainment grandstand 8 00 . University of Arizona jazz ensemble concert 10 00 . All exhibits close amusement zone stays open saturday sept. 27, governors Day 7 00a.m. Judging of All 4-h Market classes and showmanship 8 00 . Junior gymkhana 9 00 . Amusement zone open 10 00 . All exhibits open 1 00 4-h dog obedience show 1 30p.m. Entertainment 1 45 . Formal ribbon cutting main Gate gov. Raul Castro 2 00 . 4-h horse show Halter classes English classes will follow entertainment by Bobby Bare 7 30p.m. Entertainment by Sierra Vista four mugs Barber shop quartet 8 00p.m. Entertainment by Bobby Bare 10 00 . All exhibits close amusement zone stays open sunday sept. 28,family Day 8 of a. In. 4-h horse show roping and timed 9 00a.m. Amusement zone opens 12 00 noon All exhibits open i of . Troop by mounted Calvary Drill team 2 00 . Entertainment by Bobby Bare 3 00 . 4-h Market Sale 6 of p. In. Exhibits will be released 7 30 . Entertainment by Bobby Bare action line a t a a a a a �.�. a a a a the daily dispatch is soliciting questions from readers on any topic they feel is of interest to themselves or the Public. Questions should pertain to government roads schools businesses or Community and should not be of a technical nature that is normally the province of a doctor or attorney. The daily dispatch will attempt to get answers for these questions from appropriate authorities. The name of the sender will not be published but the signature and address must be included for our files. The names and addresses will be held in Confidence. Question i see in the paper that the City water department is now going to charge residents a fee for using the sewer. There Are several questions i do have is the charge a monthly charge will it be tacked onto the water Bim How about those people with septic tanks will they be charged will it affect those using the sewer line but living in the county answer water commission and water department officials requested a proposed $2.50 per unit per month rate for use of the City sewer system at the monday meeting of the City Council. Charges for use of the sewer will be printed on the water Bill. City Council took the proposed rate under advisement and decided to set a joint session with water officials to further study the proposed rate to derive a More equitable rate. George Nalley superintendent of water and sewer department said those residents with septic tanks will not be charged a sewer assessment fee. He estimated about eight to to residences within the City do have septic tanks. As for those county residents using the City sewer Nalley said they have not come up As yet w Ith an answer to a question of charging them a monthly rate. Presently those persons living in the county but using City sewer Are already being charged a yearly rate of $2.50 per fixture fixture is defined As anything that throws waste into the City sewer system such us a Washer sink tubs and toilets. Nalley added they Are trying to come up with a reasonable solution of deriving adequate Revenue from the sewer assessment to make the sewer pay for itself and not depend on water Revenue for its operating expenses the Only alternative he said. Would be to raise the water rate Busy weekend a Cochise county fair Secretary mrs George Herbert spends Many hours prior to the fair registering participants. Checking in Are Marie James and mrs. Is. Dole. Starting today through sunday the new empty top Fairgrounds will be crowded with sightseers and excited children. Dispatch photos by Bob Zans Washington a Congress voted today to reactivate Oil Price controls for another 50 Days w Hile seeking an elusive agreement with president Ford on Long term Energy policy. The measure now goes to Ford for his assured signature. The Bill was approved by a vote of 75 to 5 in the Senate. The House vote also was overwhelming. The Senate measure is a substitute for a previously passed House Bill that would have extended Price controls until oct. 31. Under the Senate proposals the Oil Price controls that expired sept. I would be reactivated retroactively and applied through nov. 15. The Extension is part of a Compromise proposed thursday by Ford and quickly accepted by the Senate democratic caucus. The revival of controls will give Congress and the president a new Chance to resolve their difference Over Energy policy. At the White House. Press Secretary Ron Nessen told newsmen today that a the president wants you to know this is the last he also said that Ford would feel free under the Compromise agreement o act administratively anytime after nov. I to produce his own decontrol plan subject to congressional veto. Any action taken by Ford along those lines however presumably would not take effect until after nov. 15, in line with the agreement with Congress. Sen. Henry m. Jackson. A was said the Senate a action would provide a a a period of stability for reasoned and deliberate efforts to reach a Compromise on Long Range pricing Federal registers ,t open to Tucson a state atty. Gen. Bruce Babbitt has gone to court to break up alleged Price fixing by nine local mortuaries and 15 persons connected with them. He filed a civil complaint thursday in Pima county Superior court seeking to end the a a unlawful combination and conspiracy and a $50,000 Fine for each defendant. A fiscal matters needed Phoenix a University of Arizona president John Schaefer should make a full disclosure of the schools fiscal matters insists rep. Tony West. The Phoenix Republican made the demand thursday while Schaefer told a luncheon meeting in Tucson he would offer his resignation Only if West can a find one president of one University that has come further or done More in the last four years than the Mcdaniel sentenced to 5 terms Phoenix a James Mcdaniel of Phoenix convicted of letting five men die on the Gila Bend gunnery Range has been sentenced to five terms of 9-to-10 years to be served concurrently. Mcdaniel 28, who was convicted july 22 of five counts of involuntary manslaughter was sentenced thursday by a Maricopa county Superior court judge. Slayer pleads no contest Phoenix a records show accused Slayer John Byron Cuffle signed a Maricopa county Superior court document pleading no contest to first degree murder in the death of a 10-year-old Tolleson girl. Judge Roger strand said thursday he has scheduled an oct. 24 hearing at which time he will decide whether to accept that plea and others from Cuffle. Cuffle 33, was indicted in the stabbing death of Regina Chavez. Briefs elsewhere bomber delivery Date advanced Washington apr the United states has agreed to move up the delivery Date for shipment of a new Jet fighter bomber to Israel and to provide the nation with an electronic Early warning defense system diplomatic sources say. In addition the sources say Israel will receive next month the first of too Lance missile batteries a surface to surface weapon system with a 70-mile Range. Oil prices to be Beld Down Cochise county a sunny and seasonably warm today and saturday. Highs both Days in the 80s and Low 90s. Overnight lows in the upper 40s to the Low 60s. As provided by the Douglas fire dept. Highest temp. Yesterday 85 highest temp. Year ago 79 High record this Date 1961.93 Low temp. Yesterday 46 Low record this Date 1973 .55 Low temp. Year ago 54 precipitation to Date. 12.11 precipitation year ago 13.11 Phoenix 98 65 Flagstaff 72 33 Tucson 91 61 Sierra Vista 81 52 Bisbee 80 49 Safford 85 49 director hand to receive Bicentennial flog a special event will be held during halftime at tonight a football game Between Douglas High school and san Manuel miners at the local Field. The Bicentennial commission under the direction of mrs. Nell Burt Bill costello and Al Moraes will present to James Brenden director of the band a Bicentennial Flag. Participating in the ceremony will be the Douglas High school band american legion Post la color guard and Hilbur netted. A a Wpm Vav Washington a starting saturday . Citizens will be Able to find out what information about them the government has stored away and be Able to Correct that data if it is erroneous. The new privacy act of 1974 also requires government agencies to disclose the names of their record systems to help citizens find out if their names Are listed. It also allows a citizen to find out who has been looking at any particular government file some 79 agencies already have announced the names of More than 8,000 record systems including lists of persons whose names have come to the attention of the Justice departments general crimes Section in connection with potential or actual cases payrolls of government agencies time records of employees of the Alaska Railroad and lists of a a in memorial a mrs. Maria Reynaldo Salcido 407 sixth St. Agua Prieta died thursday in Cochise county Hospital. Mrs. Maria r. Estrada former Pirtleville resident died today in St. Josephus Hospital Tucson. Mrs. Tranquilino Figueroa 830 ninth St. Died thursday in Cochise county Hospital. Gov. Castro to attend functions when gov. Haul Castro comes to Douglas at 11 30 . Saturday he will be met at the municipal Airport by the american legion Post la color guard and City officials. He will be escorted to the cowbells Hall by a police escort where a luncheon will be held in his Honor. At 1 45 . He will participate in a formal ribbon ceremony at the Entrance of the Cochise county Fairgrounds where he will officially proclaim saturday As governors Day at the fair. The governor will mingle part of the afternoon with fair goers. At 6 . A dinner dance is planned at club Alba honouring gov. Castro and also the Douglas workers that helped during the 1974 Campaign. Persons who have applied for parking space on government property. Also among the records listed in some 3,000 pages of material printed in the Federal Register is a Pentagon list of persons who keep pets on military bases presumably in the event of a rabies threat. Federal Register officials administering the act estimate that the total number of record systems covered will be More than 8,200. The new Law sponsored by former sen. Sam Ervin d-n.c., and sen. Charles h. Percy r ill., was enacted in the Wake of watergate inspired concerns about government snooping and it attempts to limit Access to government files dealing with individuals. As such its purpose clashes with that of the Freedom of information act which is designed to open government data to the Public. Lawyers who helped draft Douglas bus schedule bus stops along the designated route include Border and first St. Fifth St. And g ave. Club Alba ninth St. And g ave. F ave. And loth St. To St. And i ave. Northeast Corner 10th St. And Bonita Southeast Corner loth St. And Dolores Southeast Corner Rayless Northeast Corner san Antonio and Lith St. Alley Between san Antonio and Cochise drive 15th St. Park water tank 15th St. And Bonita 15th St. And b ave. Safeway Westside by laundry g ave. And 12th St. South West Corner g ave. And ninth St. G ave. And sixth St. Third St. And h ave. The privacy Law or the Foi act say there May be some future problems in making the two Laws mesh. For example a person May make a request under either Law. But because there Are different exemptions in both acts a request turned Down under the privacy act might be honoured if made Foi Law. Exemptions from provisions of the Law Are police intelligence and investigation data although criminal records and arrest sheets will be available to the person involved. Also exempt is material relating to employment eligibility Federal contracts and civil service tests. There Are fines of up to $5,000 for violations by government employees and the Law provides authority for individuals to bring damage suits and other civil actions against the government. Area aps manager a saves Day Quick action on the part of Bob Holland Bisbee area manager for Arizona Public service co. Averted an interruption in natural Gas service to Bisbee residents thursday night. Holland received a Telephone Call from Sam Bugen a Phelps Dodge employee at approximately la . Reporting a drop in natural Gas pressure. Holland confirmed that the problem was at the Elpaso natural Gas regulator and took the necessary action to have the valve turned Back on. According to Holland if the pressure drop had gone unnoticed the natural Gas interruption w Ould have been like the one experienced by Bisbee residents last Christmas. Washington apr Congress and president Ford appear ready to hold Down Oil prices for another 50 Days while seeking an elusive agreement on Long term Energy policy. The Senate is voting today on whether to extend through nov. 15 the Oil Price controls that expired sept. I. It is part of a Compromise proposed thursday by Ford and quickly accepted by Senate democrats. Following Senate approval the plan goes to the House. Sara Moore a gun cheeked san Francisco apr a gun collector says an undercover Federal firearms agent unwittingly examined the gun Sara Jane Moore bought and a Day later shot at president Ford. A a the Man handled several guns in my attache Case a collector Mark Fernwood said thursday. A a in a almost certain he handled the one she shot at the president. I know he saw Coal promotion needed Cambridge mass. Apr unless the government quickly begins to promote the use of Coal the United states will depend on foreign Oil and Gas for half of its total Energy by the turn of the Century a computer projection study shows. The study prepared at Dartmouth College says Domestic production of Petroleum has reached its Peak and that a dramatic shift to Coal is the Only Way to avoid much greater foreign dependence. . May lose votes United nations n y. Apr the new United states ambassador to the United nations Daniel Patrick Moynihan says the tyranny of the majority about which his predecessor complained last year is rearing its head at this years general Assembly. Moynihan cited the communist attempt last week in the Assembly a steering committee to keep off the Agenda a pro South korean Resolution sponsored by the United states Japan Britain and others. The Resolution squeaked through on a vote of 9-8 with 7 abstentions. Moynihan said even if All questions and All sides Are Givena full hearing in the Assembly the United states is a going to lose a lot of votes a probably lose most of Patty says a a her politics different new bus line a or. And mrs. Mario Talavera owner of the new bus line look on As Mike Pletkovic a transportation investigator with the Arizona corporation commission inspects one of the two buses that now makes up the Douglas City bus line. Some of the kinks were worked out since the bus line went into operation on sept. 15. Definite bus stops were established thursday to convenience the customer going to the major shopping areas medical Center High school and Border. They were previously operating on a tentative bus Stop schedule. The buses Talavera said will operate every half hour from 8 . To 6 . Monday through saturday. He said he would operate on sunday if there is a need. Bill costello City planner said eventually signs benches and trash barrels will be placed at several of the stops while others will receive Only painted markers. He added Tho Stop system was designed to eliminate As few parking meters As possible dispatch photo san Francisco a a private conversation recorded by authorities reveals Patricia Hearst As a still ardent a revolutionary feminist seeking Freedom on bail but not if a a in a a prisoner in my parents the transcript of excerpts from a Jailhouse conversation with childhood Friend Patricia Tobin was made Public thursday. It was recorded last saturday. Two Days later miss Hearst initiated each Page of an affidavit saying that statements she made earlier renouncing her parents and proclaiming allegiance to her sym ionese liberation army kidnappers resulted from a tortured mental state. Because the transcript lacked parts of the conversation it left some ambiguities about changes in miss Hearst a political views. It also left Patty a parents apparently shaken. Her Mother. Catherine usually composed called newsmen a a Bunch of ghouls As they sought comment on the transcript. Mrs. Hearst and her husband san Francisco examiner president Randolph a Hearst Cut Short a jail visit with their daughter on thursday night. Comments from miss Hearst a attorneys were not available. The conversation recorded at the san Mateo county jail opens with miss Hearst declaring a a in a not making any statements until i know that i can get out of. You know bail. Bailed out and then if i find out that i can to for sure then 111 Issue a statement. A but i would just As soon give it myself in person and till be a revolutionary feminist perspective totally and you know i never got i guess. I la just Tell you like my politics Are really different from Way Back miss Hearst laughed and then added a and so this creates All kind of problems for me in terms of a later in the conversation the transcript quotes miss Hearst As saying of her parents that a hold Mem that my politics were different than a then miss Tobin is quoted As saying and miss Hearst continues a then that like they should like disregard All those last i done to mean disregard Mem. I mean its like that was a stage kind of thing you know a san Mateo county asst. Sheriff Gene Stewart said a the very first night miss Hearst was Here her attorneys asked us if her conversations could be taped and we told them they could. A they asked if they could inform their client of this and we said of course a Stewart added. He said the tapes Are made routinely on most persons charged with felonies a for one purpose and one purpose Only to protect our Security. We generally listen to them once and erase them so we can use the tapes Over

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