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Eureka Times Standard (Newspaper) - December 16, 1973, Eureka, California Eureka California the times Standard a 442-1711sunday, december 16, 1973 a Page 3 dec hearings against a stacked deck by United press International the atomic Energy commission dec has frustrated citizen attempts to participate in nuclear Power Plant decisions by holding Token hearings and stacking the deck against the Public two researchers have asserted in a federally financed study. Or. Steven Ebbin a political scientist and or. Raphael Kasper a nuclear Engineer found that Public hearings on construction and operation of nuclear plants Are a a charades that give the appearance but not the reality of citizen participation. Gyroscope causing a problems Houston up a flight officials admitted increasing concern saturday Over a faltering Gyroscope that keeps skylab on course but said the situation still is not Little spinning wheels in the vital device hesitated in their work for the fifth time in two weeks prompting cautious officials to cancel a planned Roll of the space station to photograph Comet Kohoutek. Untroubled by the erratic Gyro astronaut Gerald p. Carr jetted about his ships Roomy workshop using a Back mounted Buck Rogers Type flying device testing the contraptions feasibility for working outside future spacecraft. A i think there is a genuine feeling of concern a Fligh director Charles Lewis said. A the frequency of these occurrences has increased although the magnitude Hasni to changed very much. There s More concern and its being looked 24 hours a Day. But its not Lewis said the most common theory for the erratic performance of the pro la d the blame on lubricant in the device getting too cold and slowing Down the spin of the wheels. Planning of the astronauts research activities was also affected by the gyros prob lems he said since a great Deal of Earth and Comet photography requires Manev ering of the spacecraft. A if we lost that second cog Gyro we re talking about a Gyro we re talking about a very limited Mission a Lewis said. The official said cancellation of the planned Kohoutek observations saturday morning reflected the caution controllers were exercising because of the stress the Man Euver would put on the Gyro. The faltering Gyro is one of Only two skylab has left working. One Gyro quit working three weeks ago after behaving much like the second one has the last two weeks. Each time skylab is twisted out of its Normal Orbital position to do photography it strains the gyros and uses extra St Bibza Tion Gas. With the latest fluctuation in the Gyro s behaviour controllers continued to insist there is no cause for alarm. They have however begun devising a method for controlling the spaceship primarily using stria., Gas jets on the Crew s Apollo ferry ship docked to skylab s nose in Case of another failure such a plan officials said. Could keep the Crew in space for a Long As 36 Days after a failure three weeks longer Tho the most optimistic predictions made previously. Carr was the fourth astronaut to test the Backpack flying device inside skylab a 21 by 20 foot dome shaped workshop. The dec is responsible for this because by the time the Public hearings being the decision to Issue licenses and permits or adopt rules already has been made the study report said. The study was carried out under a Grant by the National science foundation psf to the program for policy studies in science and technology at George Washington University in Washington. Ebbin said the 325-Page report will be published in february by the Massachusetts Institute of technology Smit press and the psf has provided $5,100 for final preparation of distribution and to Purchase 200 copies. A copy of the report draft was made available to up. Ebbin who has served As a senior scientist for the National academies of science said the study took 15 months and involved detailed examination of dec hearings in Michigan and Vermont. He and Kasper concluded that the major problem is that the dec is faced with the dual role of promoting the development of nuclear Power and of regulating the development to insure Public health and safety. They recommended that the Aecus promotional and regulatory duties be separated and an Independent Center be created to Analyse the Impact of technology on the physical social and human environment for citizen participation to become meaningful they said the first step should be creation of boards Independent of any existing Federal Agency to conduct the Federal hearings. Marcus Rowden general counsel for the dec said the Agency is actively supporting legislation now before Congress which would separate the regulatory functions from the development functions oof the dec. He said the Agency now has internal separation but said a a we be reached the stage where it is desirable to go beyond Rowden also told up that the dec has taken Steps within the past year to restructure the process of licensing nuclear Power plants to disclose As much information As possible and to Start Public hearings As soon As possible. A a in a be the last one to claim perfection for the process a he said. But he added that the Steps taken Are a salutary and in. Ireland bomb leaves Man dead Christmas Art Chicago a official Christmas tree becomes a work of Holiday Art in this photo. The photographer created the Wavy effect in the upper portions of the tree by moving his camera from Side to Side while panning the subject from top to Bottom with the travelling Lens of a wide Lux camera. The shutter was set at i 10th of a second. Up telephoto Belfast up a a bomb blast killed one Man and seriously injured another saturday at Clady Bridge near the Border town of Strabane 18 Miles South of Londonderry the army said. The two men were walking across the Bridge when the bomb exploded. Army sources said it was believed one of them May have been carrying the bomb. Earlier saturday gunmen shot a former policeman through the head and dumped his body alongside a Road near ready on the county Armagh Border with the Irish Republic. The deaths raised the toll to 921 pet sons killed in four years of nonstop violence among Northern Ireland a majority protestants minority roman catholics and the Security forces. Elsewhere along the Border at Newton Butler in county Fermanagh gunmen saturday night planted bombs that wrecked a Jam factory courthouse and customs clearance station police said. The blasts caused no casualties. The assassination victim was found with a Hood Over his head and his hands tied behind his Back. He had been kidnapped two Days ago by Irish Republican army Ira gunmen at a nearby customs Post a police spokesman said. The victim who was dumped beside a Road in county Armagh 50 Yards from the Border was tentatively identified As Ivan Johnston 34, the father of three children. Soldiers fearing the body was Boob trapped did not immediately approach it. Johnston disappeared thursday after being pulled from a truck he was driving by gunmen hidden in a customs Post. Police raided a number of houses in the area and arrested several suspects in a search for Johnston Friday. Protestant archbishop George Sims had appealed to the kidnappers to release the Man unharmed. Shoppers crowned downtown Belfast saturday in Defiance of a threatened Ira bomb Campaign in the City Center. A salvation army band and 500 children singing Christmas carols added to the festive atmosphere As wary soldiers on full Alert scanned the streets for bombers. Senior army officers said the planting of a bomb in a bus in downtown Belfast Friday evening May be the beginning of a pre Christmas Urban bombing Campaign. The bus blast destroyed dozens of stores but the area had been evacuated prior to the explosion. The Ebbin Kasper report said the dec licensing process a provides no effective median-1 ism for the Independent analysis of the benefits or hazards j of the construction and operation of nuclear Power the Public hearings Are a neither fair nor expeditious nor democratic in any substantive or meaningful Way because the outcome is predetermined the report said. A the Only consensus among All the parties involved appears to be a general evaluation that the whole process As it now stands is nothing More than a the report said citizen opponents of nuclear plants Are up against huge Odds because the hearings Are weighted in favor of the dec utilities and companies that build the plants. The dec s role is characterized by a arrogance expert elitism stacked deck proceedings and the consigning of citizens to helplessness before the steamroller of big government a the researchers said. Free drawing for desk set dec. Be held . Come in drawing to 24h at 12 and enter today we also carry. 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At the brides request eight Black servants from the Gover norms mansion Lilied a Pew four rows from the rear of the Church. Wearing afternoon tails Wal lace brought his daughter to the Church about an hour before the late afternoon double ring ceremony began. He already had been rolled to the front of the Church when the Bride s Stepmother mrs. Cornelia Wal secs Lucs Stan Fiaro established 1854 published daily by Humboldt newspapers. Inc. Co sixth Street Eureka Calif 95501 Telephone 707 442 1711 second class postage paid at Eureka Calif subscription payable in Advt Nee at office yearly $42, 6 month $21. Subscriptions payable to delivery boys or Ains monthly $3.50 North of big Lagoon East of Blue Lake and South of Scotia add 25c. Wall rates zones i and 2, $3.50 per month All of hers $3.75. Daily 15 cents per copy sunday 25 cents. The times Standard is not re Sod sidle for Advance payments to Nevii paperboy More than one month. Of you do not receive your paper Call 442-1711 by i . Week Lgth to a m. Saturday or sunday. Lace and the Gromus Mother mrs. Douglas m. Kennedy of Greenville Ala., were ushered Down the aisle. Wallace beamed As the wedding party posed on the Church Steps after the 15 minute ceremony. The Radiant mrs. Kennedy kissed her father and her husband several times for photographers who were not allowed inside the Church. 03 in e Ai a it o a a his i c 5 c Ltd o Ai a z 18 0 pos. 36 18 o neg. To 9 i a pos. 34 23 la a neg. 8 12 0 b pos. To 6 4 b neg. 2 2 0 a pos. 8 4 4 a neg. I 2 0 of you need blood a will it be there space provided by Jerry Chapman landmark realty Technics by Panasonic Sa-5400x 27995 32-Watt rms at 8 Ohms pm am 4-Channe/2-Channe receiver. Discrete 4-Channel amplifier. Matrix circuitry. 4-pole mos Fet. Btl circuitry. 2 tape monitors. Mic input. Linear scaled pm dial. Tuning meter. Pm stereo indicator. Program selector. Model selector. 4 separate level controls. Bass and treble controls. Walnut Cabinet. For quadraphonic stereo. 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