Van Nuys Valley News And Green Sheet in Van-Nuys, California
22 Aug 1976

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22 Aug 1976

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Van Nuys Valley News and Green Sheet (Newspaper) - August 22, 1976, Van Nuys, CaliforniaIn today a newspaper fill in your swimming Pool Tennis courts Are Inin features Section 3 for 65 years the Valley s newspaper vol. 66�?no. 28palleu n Tamand Green Sheet sunday August 22, 1976 West Valley edition 1 of copy dateline Vannuyse the a adventure of the first female cadets to be admitted to the air Force Academy is described by the Academy superintendent in the Valley to give a speech. Section 4, Page 7. Korea the North korean communist government accused the United states of a a provocative military Man Euver when the . Sent in a work detail to finish trimming the tree that was the Center of controversy last week when two american officers were killed. Section 1, Page 3. Heartline tells a disabled widow she May receive social Security benefits on her own earnings or those of her husband whichever is higher. Section 4, Page 10. High school seniors find All the sound and fury of election campaigns annoying and dishonest youth Poi America reports. Section 4, Page 14. In features paralleling the presidential election of 1876, this years Campaign already has the Shadow of corruption hanging Over an incumbent Republican administration the republicans have nominated Gerald Ford an outsider to the Nixon scandal the democrats have selected Homey southerner Jimmy Carter to put their party in the White House. Could the election of 1976 end up in a dispute Over votes the Way the election of 1876 did inside tabloid. In sports Sylmar plays its second game in the Pony league world series at Washington a. Tonight after defeating Tampa Fla. Friday in its opening contest. Section 4, Page 1. The los Angeles dodgers downed Pittsburgh 8-1, Friday and concludes its three game series with the pirates today at dodger stadium. Section 4. Page 1. In business in the los Angeles Long Beach area the consumer Price Index which estimates the Cost of living for Urban workers increased 1.1% in july according to the labor department. On the National level last month s Chi increase was Only 0.5%. Section 4, Page 9. Several factors a including the Republican National convention and the tragic incident in Korea a adversely affected the new York Stock Exchange during the past week. Dow Jones Industrial average was off 16.12 Points to 974.07. Section 4, Page 9. Obstacles in the path of negotiations to locate a Volkswagen Assembly Plant in new Stanton pa., have been resolved according to Pennsylvania gov. Milton j. Shapp. Section 4, Page 9. Weather some Patchy Early morning Clouds and fog expected in the Valley today but otherwise Clear skies and sunny weather is in store. Little temperature change with highs today and tomorrow in the upper 80s, lows in the High 50s. No smog expected by the aped today. It is phone numbers hone numbers for the Valier is Are itorial�?997-4131 ossified placement �?997-4001 hours monday through Fri a 8 a.m.-5 30 . Saturday 9 . Ossified to change or cancel a r-4121 Culatto n�?997-4241bus Drivers to stage Midnight walkout unless Accord reached Orlando Comacho left stares at pavement As officers Dick Schauer Center and Stan Miller escort him to Van Guys municipal court for arraignment on charge of decapitating Bride. Valley news photo by Jeff go water bus Drivers of the Southern California rapid transit District will walk off the Job at Midnight tonight unless some unusual Accord is reached before that time. Red general manager Jack Gil strap said yesterday the bus Drivers and the red Are about $5 million apart on a three year work contract. Red directors met in special session yesterday to discuss the threatened strike. Board president Byron e. Cook made a Short statement to the Board and then moved for adjournment. Later Cook refused to Tell reporters whether the red Board of directors adjusted their last offer to the bus Drivers Union Cook said that the Union and District negotiating teams were asked to return to the bargaining table in order to a prevent a Cook called the talks a extremely sensitive a and said it a would not be appropriate to comment on them. The red Board president indicated there was nothing implicit in his statement about the talks. Los Angeles mayor Tom Brad Ley was at the meeting saying he wanted to offer his services in helping both sides reach a Quot reasonable a we Are approximately 4% to 5% apart Over a three year Gil strap told the Board members. A perhaps that sounds like a Small difference. But it represents a significant amount of Gilstrap told reporters a 5% figure meant around 85 million Over a three Vear contract. In 1974, red bus Drivers staged a 68-Day strike before coming to terms on a two year pact calling for 24% increase. Drivers now average 86.67 an hour. John Wilkens red s chief negotiator told the mayor and the red Board members the districts last offer was for a three year pact totalling 12.2%. Including Cost of living increases for each year of the agreement. Red mechanics a who Are also negotiating with the District but who have not publicly announced plans to strike a w Ere offered 12% Over three years. Wilkins said including a Cost of living raise. But Earl Clark Utu chairman please turn to p age 8 accused Bride beheaded scientists expect has court Date delayed a the answer to on Mars soon by Arnie Friedman and Mike Pollock municipal court arraignment has been postponed until sept. 7 for a Van Guys Man accused of beheading his Bride of to o w weeks. The defendant Orlando Camacho 26, of 14314 Burbank blvd., was formally charged with murder Friday morning after he was arrested at a psychiatric Ward of the Glendale adventist Hospital. He had gone there voluntarily police said. The victims headless body was discovered by her Mother and sister on aug. 18 wrapped in a Blanket on the living room floor of the couples apartment. Hours later police found her head in a trash bin behind a Market Basket store on Pacific coast Highway in Malibu. A motive for the slaying is still under investigation. However Dep. Dist. Ally. Jeffrey Jonas said jealousy a is a motive that is under investigation on several he elaborate. The victims Mother mrs. Wil Hermina Pacheco Guzman of Sun Valley believes jealousy was a motive because her daughter a was so the Mother also said her daughter had gone to a Counselor at California state University North Ridge monday to talk about problems she was having with her husband. Camacho arrived at the municipal court in Van Guys at 1 . Friday under tight Security and was quickly shuttled into court by Van Guys area homicide investigator Stan Miller said the defendant has no history of mental illness nor has he any known prior arrest record. The defendant who is a custodian for a Northridge management firm appeared briefly for arraignment but proceedings were continued to sept. 7 in division 30 of municipal court in los Angeles. The proceedings also were closed to the Public including members of the victims family. Prosecutor Jonas said this action was taken a for Security still police said there have been no death threats made on the defendant. Jonas said the Case was transferred downtown because a heavy Case congestion in the Van Guys courts prevent it from being heard he said he expects the defendants preliminary hearing to be held downtown As Well. During fridays hearing. Judge Morton Rochman denied a motion by defense attorney Hank i Roma to Grant the defendant bail and appoint three psychiatrists to examine the defendant detectives. On the other hand. Rochman had no objections to Camacho being examined by a psychiatrist hired at the defendants own expense. By United press International Viking us biology instrument completed a new Experiment with sterilized Martian soil and sent Back data which scientists said might Tell by tuesday whether earlier results were biological or chemical. The bit of red dust from the surface of Mars Analysed in earlier experiments gave surprising Reading scientists said might possibly indicate life but probably were strictly chemical. The Viking Lander scoop yesterday also dropped a fresh Sample of red Martian dust into a test chamber for scientists waiting yesterday to learn if Carbon molecules essential to any life form Are present on Mars. It was the second test in the robots organic molecule analyser the first one was negative. Viking project scientists and engineers decided late yesterday after a five hour meeting to land their second half billion Dollar robot Laboratory in the Utopia Plains of Mars. After More than four hours the project group leaders went into executive session to decide on coordinates for the Viking 2 Landing which would determine the time and Date now scheduled for Between 7 . And 9 . Edt sept. 4. The scientists had voted by. A two to one margin for another Landing Region Halfway around the planet an area called Arcadia. But in the closed executive session the Eastern part of the Utopia area designated b-3, was selected. The new soil Sample was the first full Load of red dust to go into please turn to Page 8 7 Banks join Effort to find private funding for housing rehabilitation by Julie Jacobs seven of the states largest Banks have agreed to be represented on a committee to seek private financing methods for rehabilitation. Of housing in los Angeles Kathleen Connell City housing coordinator has announced. The consideration of modular housing to help relieve the shortage of Low and moderate income Home units is another move being made by the City in the housing Field is. Connell said at a meeting of the City planning commission. She appeared in connection with a discussion of the revised proposed housing element for the City. The element a part of the general plan is intended to determine housing needs and How they Are to be filled. Is. Connell said the housing finance committee will explore a joint venture lending program to finance the rehabilitation of Homes in the housing assistance program set up under the housing and Community redevelopment for the planning reaction to revised housing guidelines in the City of los Angeles see Story in Section i Page 8. Act Revenue sharing a. She noted the current poor condition of the municipal Bond Market and said the City has been advised not to incur any More Bond indebtedness. However it is exploring Means of using its Block Grant funds As leverage for obtaining private financing and As Security for private Loans to homeowners. Activation of the committee now is a just a matter of drawing up the necessary Legal documents a the housing coordinator said. Because the biggest need for single family housing is in the s30.000k-840.000 Price bracket and site constructed Homes no longer fit in that category the City is investigating modular Homes factory built units which Are quickly assembled singly or in a group on a site. She put her All into that swing Rebecca Younker of the Glove Trotters shows her tests at Olive recreation Center in Burbank yester form in batting contest one of several softball skill Day. About 75 Ponytail league teams participated. Valley news photo by Robert Many Nwe

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