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Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - May 3, 1977, Oakland, California 24 be Gri bunt tues., May you can too ii i i Call 931 what you hear May change your life Carter water project Challenge Washington House subcommittee is Call ing for loading an bul one of the water projects that president Carter wants to scrap. The of Lily project of which subsidy charge for Sand firm Kentucky River 254 Miles Tang has 14 navigational locks that Cost the government Awil million a year to maintain Only one company uses them. Sen Pete v. Domski r . Says the maintenance amounts to a government sub Sidy of per too for the of Sand that the company. Dreyer and Goe Detke of Frankfurt. By. Moves each year on the Sand Sells for j2.50 a in. The appropriations Sabe Oca Mittee of Public works agreed with president Carter yester Day was the Grove Lake in Kansas which the presi deat killed. President Carter is asking Cee Gress to scrap 15 projects and to delete funding from the budget for three others. He has said he might recommend full or partial funding for the three pending further study. In addition he warns reduced appropriations for five other projects and is recommending full funding for others on a list of that he reviewed. Subcommittee members voted against president cart or s wishes in deep Ting it fund million for the pro posed Richard b. Russell dam of the South Carolina Georgia lorder. The pane voted conditional approval for million fur the Hebe project in South Dakota. Members said they wanted to determine local support the project by requiring that land seeded for the rejected president Carter s requests for changes in two projects voting funding without Woodi times for the Mississippi Gulf Outt project in Louis Iana and the Booneville unit of the Central Utah project the Public works sub Eom voted to for nerf the Auburn dam in California providing that an earthquake study shows the site is Safe. The dam. Expected to Cost million is one presi Dent Carter says he ought want to reinstate to the budget after questions about safety and water and Potter uses Are answered. The panel also approved j18j5 million for the Garrison project in North Dakota Al though it said co funds should affect River flow into Canada while an International com Mission studies the question. President Carter is urging elimination of parts of the project affecting Canada. Were american airlines. Doing what we do . Resenting americans America. Oklahoma City sat Francisco Oakland r san Jose Chicago i Provence Toronto Syracuse Springfield x Pittsburgh Des Moines Omaha. Dayton Cincinnati St. Louis Knoxville Memphis Rock the Way from the cities by the Bay. Dallas it. Worth the East North Ntonio South. Even South of the Border. Canada and also Bermuda and the Caribbean it s All american country and easy to reach from the Bay area. J american flies you nonstop East to cities like new 1 York Detroit and Chicago. And to the Southwest we have the most flights from the Bay area including nonstop to Dallas it. Worth. Houston Phoenix and another american plus no other scheduled airline offers lower fares. So no matter which direction you re flying Check out american s America. You la see Why Independent surveys named us for Domestic air travel. For information Call us or your travel agent. Houston Barbados Chicago amen can offers 5 nonstop daily including 2 dc-10s. New Choice of seven flights nonstop and 4 thru flights. Most nonstop from the area. Dallas it. Worth-10 flights daily 9 of them nonstop. That s More than any other airline. American is the no. 1 Choice for Domestic travel. First the airline association surveyed is frequent flying members. Then the opinion i research corporation surveyed Middle and top management exec i lives. In both cases More people preferred american than any other . Airline. We think it s became of 36 thousand courteous efficient american employ sex. And one of them april Ossa. Ticket agent Here in san Francisco. American ballistic missile work goes on Washington a defense Secre tary Harold Brown today ordered the minuteman Iii intercontinental ballistic missile production line kept open for two More months. He acted Only about two weeks before the United states and the soviet Union Are to resume tails aimed at breaking a deadlock Over strategic nuclear arms limitation proposals. Pentagon spokesman Thomas b. Ross said Brown s order has very Little connection with the Salt impasse but be conceded later clearly any major weapons pro Gram has something to do with in a letter to Senate and House commit tee chairmen. Brown said his decision to permit production of an additional minute Man Iii missiles is based upon the need to Irain Tain an icbms produce lion capability while a Complete review of alternatives to full missile production is being at the same time Brown said the production of the additional missiles would allow the More important parts to be used As spares should that Ever be said there Are no plans to increase the number of combat ready minuteman in missiles in launch silos. The United states now has 550 minuteman Iii icbms. Each armed with three nuclear warheads which can be aimed at separate targets. Irish workers defy strike Call Belfast. Northern ire land a workers poured into Northern Ireland s Facto Ries shops and offices today in Defiance of a general strike called by militant protestants in an attempt to Force the British army to open an Offen Sive against the Irish Republican army. The Belfast Telegraph Esti mated at mid Oming that 80 to 90 per cent of Belfast s workers were on the Job and the turnout was nearly 100 per cent in Londonderry which has a Large roman Catholic population. But it said about 60 per cent of the workers heeded the strike Call in some mostly protestant areas. Strikers and their support ers shared the streets of Bel fast with strengthened police forces on the Lookout for any attempt to intimidate the workers. Although there was no interference with the Stream of motorists and pedestrians going to work threats were reported. We Are getting reports of intimidation and Calls for reported Ciaran Mckeown an official of the peace people Campaign. Fear is spreading very rap idly particularly among wives with children who have been threatened if their Hus bands do not heed the strike a police spokesman said Many persons had Tele phoned police to complain about intimidation. So far we have not been Able to apprehend anyone in connection with these he said. The strike began at mid night yesterday and shortly after 200 workers at the big Harland and Wolff shipyard in East Belfast walked out. But no unusual number of Absen tees was reported from the Day shift at the Yard. Firebombs exploded in downtown Belfast stores Dur ing the night and a bomb ripped up a Section of track on the Belfast Bangor rail line but there were no casual ties in these incidents. The police said platoons of strikers felled Trees and Tele phone poles before Dawn to Block roads around Belfast but the police cleared them. Strikers sabotaged scores of buses by deflating their tires or pouring sugar into their Gas tanks. Woman killed in car crash Fremont a Newark woman was killed and four others were Hurt last night when a car slammed into an other Auto waiting for a signal to change at Mission and Stev Enson boulevards. Dead at the scene was mrs. Ann Isan 41. Of 6336 Lafayette ave., Newark. Her husband. Roy and the Driver of the car Dave Johnson 22, of 40647 Canyon Heights drive fre Mont were trapped in the vehicle and had to be freed by firemen. Both suffered head injuries. Police arrested Darrell b. Folk 18. Of Lodi whose car slammed into the Back of the Johnson car. He was charged with driving while under the influence of an unknown sub stance. Melinda Bishop or. Folk s 15-year-old passenger also from Lodi was treated for minor injuries. A third Driver whose pickup truck was struck by the Johnson car after the Impact was not Hurt. He is Arnold Montanez 56, of 223 Barton St. Fre Mont . Training course geared for the accounting major a comprehensive course a 246 timed to prepare you for the state Board of accountancy . Examination slated for november 1977. Under the direction of professor Edward j. Turk b.s., . A., . Register now classes 6 . To 10 . Monday and thursday evenings from May 9th thru oct. 31st. Cau visit or write Armstrong College 228 Here Wey Torke Jey atm

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