The Indianapolis Star from Indianapolis, Indiana on May 21, 1979 · Page 47
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MONDAY, MAY 21, 1979 THE INDIANAPOLIS STAR PAGE 46 White Jury Out 5th Day THE LIGHTER SIDE defense mental health experts who testifier! who refused to state flatlv Singing The Kitchen Blues By BOB COLLINS Every so often probably during a full moon 1 come down with a terminal case of the galloping gourmets. And it has been suggested that during such times I be placed in a sterile room with the food and San Francisco (UPI) For the fifth day in a row, the jury in the Dan White murder trial failed to reach a verdict Sunday on White's degree of guilt for kiiling Mayor George Moscone and Supervisor Harvey Milk. After deliberating for only five hours, the jurors adjourned until today at 9 a.m. Two of their five hours of deliberations Sunday were spent rehearing testimony by a defense psychiatrist who said White "did not have his wits about him" when he committed the shootings. The testimony was that of Dr. Martin Blinder, a specialist in manic depression, who interviewed White after the shoot whether White at the time of the shootings had the capacity to premedidate, deliberate and harbor malice, essential elements for a first-degree murder conviction. ' White has admitted the shootings, and the jury is seeking to determine whether they constituted first- or second-degree murder or manslaughter. , Blinder said White told him that on the morning of the shootings, after Moscone told him he was going to appoint someone else to White's vacated seat on the city's Board of Supervisors, White turned to leave, but then Moscone asked what his wife and family would do. mm mmJ Bald Eagles More Plentiful Than Thought Washington (UPI) - Survey teams have located nearly 10,000 bald eagles in the lower 48 states, nearly twice the number counted earlier, the National Wildlife Federation reported Sunday. But experts say they are not certain these figures prove America's majestic national symbol, considered an endangered species in all but three continental U.S. states, is making a comeback. . i Federation official William Clark said the new total might simply reflect the vast survey effort 2,600 observers sent far and wide into remote areas plus a large number of Alaskan and Canadian birds that came south for the winter. The survey, conducted for two weeks in January, found 9,836 eagles compared to the 5,315 counted earlier last winter by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Indiana has three eagles, according to the survey. The new census reported 6,196 adults and 3,413 immature birds, with 227 of an undetermined age. Clark said the large number of young birds is a good sign. He estimated the bald eagle population for all of North America at about 100,000. roughly 14-18 seconds. Oh. I know it is tough on the nervous system to lie in bed upstairs and wait for the one more pan that always drops and rolls approximately one minute and 33 seconds after the cussing has ceased. And there is a sort of yodehng echo that can last for up to two hours. But, if they would just relax, I am sure the sound waves would rock them back to sleep. My bride maintains that she can handle the noise and confusion. But she insists there is no way she can sleep through what she terms the "Where's thes." Where's the spatula? Where's the bread? Where's the coffee? Where's the stove? WHAT DOES SHE expect? That I write her a note? Or maybe tap out a melodic message on the bottom of a pie pan? Husbands are a miserable lot. This is the kind of thanks I get for letting her rest while I fix my own breakfast. On top of that, 1 usually get a lecture about eating a pound of bacon and a half-dozen eggs. This is not true. The dog often gets five eggs and all but two strips of bacon. I get along quite well with whatever I didn't ruin. ings. He was the only one of the five cooking equipment in another. These urges have earned me considerable disfavor in my hilltop nest, since they rarely hit before 6 or after 7 on Sunday mornings. BIT, I BLAME the situation more than the hour. 1 hardly can be held responsible for the fact that the pan I need always is on the bottom. And I have yet to meet a man with the dexterity to pull a pan off the bottom without causing a recreation of the last days of Collins Frankly, I think the others in the fpmily make too big a thing of the noise The din only is unbearable for grads will love these gifts Pleas Fail To Stay Execution lOC Tallahassee. Fla lAP) Lois Spenkelink rode 130 miles to the state capital Sunday to plead with Gov. Bob Graham to spare her son from execution in Florida's electric chair, but the governor had left town. Hundreds of quiet protesters, meanwhile, attended services at a church, then walked under police escort to a rally on the steps of the Florida Capitol. Mrs Spenkelink, 67, said she wanted to make a final appeal on behalf of her son, John, who is scheduled for execution at 7 a m Wednesday Asked how she would feel if she were the mother of a murder victim, Mrs Spenkelink said slowly: "I would feel the same way I'd think the man's life shouldn't be taken," She was driven to Tallahassee by her daughter from the little north Florida town of Starke, a few miles from where her son, 30, lives on Death Row in Florida State Prison. Mrs. Spenkelink sat on a folding chair in front of the red-brick governor's mansion for about an hour, waiting to hear whether Graham or his wife would talk to her about her son. But Graham was in DeLand to speak at Stetson University's commencement, where he said he believed the use of the death penalty would decrease brutality in America He said he hadn't seen Mrs. Spenkelink before he left Tallahassee, and he wouldn't say whether he would see her when he returned to the capital. Spenkelink and Willie Darden, 45, were condemned to death Friday when Graham signed the warrants to carry out their 1974 death sentences. The anti-death penalty group, eight of whom had chained themselves Saturday to the iron gate surrounding the mansion, was met by at least 20 supporters of capital punishment. Leaders of each group read different passages from the Bible to support their positions. They sang "Amazing Grace" under the shade of stately oaks and dogwood trees, then continued the argument briefly before Graham's supporters left. Several ministers, opponents of the death penalty, and other Flondians had called the afternoon prayer service, and a Presbyterian laywoman and a religion professor wrote a liturgy of forgiveness for the occasion. Timex watch repair BSERVICE CENTER'S FACTORY l vt. AUTHORIZED Ji iERVICE7 Belvedere By George Crenshaw We offer expert repair services on all Timex watches ... in or out of factory guarantee. Energy cells available for all Timex watches, too! Sorry, no mail orders. Watch Repair, D024, Downtown, Glendale and Lafayette Square. Shop Block's downtown today 10 to 5:30; branch stores 10 to 9. Enjoy It now! Charge Itl No account? Our salespeople will be happy to assist you. key holders for engraving $5 , Positive hold split ring style. With disc or heart shaped danglers for engraving name or message. ident bracelets 6.95 to 20.95 All styles in our large collection ideal for the grad! Select from chain link and other designs. neckchains $4 to 40 .. Beautiful neckchains in serpentine, curb, rope, cable, s wedged and other popular styles! If t Tim To Be ALARMED! J. C. ELECTRIC (rirm do. FIRE BURGLAR ALARM SYSTEMS 7v -4Jtanion(lS iVavy Copter Crash Kills All 5 Crew Members Aboard Londonderry, N H. (LTD A Navy helicopter crashed in a field Sunday morning while en route to the Brunswick (Maine) Naval Air Station from Norfolk, Va., killing all five crewmen aboard. The victims were identified by the Navy as Lt. Cmdr. Lynwood H. Duncan, 34, Greensboro. NC; Lt Cmdr. James P. Hogan, 34, Davenport, Iowa; Lt. Paul L. Mellott, 31, Funkstown, Md.; Petty Officer 2d Class Michael J. Kennedy, 25, Warminister. Pa.; and Airman Paul J. Delias, 21, San Jose. Calif. In Norfolk. The Navy reported the KH2-Delta Seaspnte chopper went down around 9:30 a.m. The crew members were assigned to Light Helicopter Antisubmarine Squadron 30, also known as HSL-30 The Navy said an investigation into the crash had begun All Precious Stones and Fine Pearls 4 The Ultimate in High Precision Watches INTERNAT10NAL-PATEK PHILLIPE-CONCORD . ! DUL WITH jgTSk. XI II S (WW) Watch Repair, D024, Downtown, Glendale and Lafayette Square. Shop Block's downtown today 10 to 5:30; branch stores 10 to 9. Enoy It now I Charge Itl No account? ( Our salespeople will be happy to assist you. Custom Work Guaranty Building Ino Floor - 616-5007 fcfri DESIGNER AND MANUFACTURER Of EXCLUSIVE PLATINUM CREATIONS 4 Wttl Sou 1 loll 787-4485 3 253-1142 k UA6 AMOU6 My (y Wear Good Jewelry or Wear None A UNM O AintL 'jlOlti. AUTO POLICE CAU . m ' Wf TTTW ' V' tpt z: Today's Pictures A Dip Before Trip Billy Scott, driver of the No. 28 Eagle-Offy, enjoyed some ice cream while relaxing along a pit wall Sunday morning. During hit qualification run later in the afternoon, he took a couple of laps at around 182 mph and was flagged in, failing to make this year's race. (Star Photo by Frank Espich) V;' ,p'V jf 1 v 7 jsi. or mt-. If1 A!?N 5t Lmmw, ,.i,tmii-'f . tmwic Ai,- 1rnti.. j.a.n tiHM In I .nil ihil.illi Hail'- Hal While Bill Alsup talked on the Speedway public-oddress system alter qualifying for this year's 500-Mile Race, 3-year-old son A.J. tried on his dad's hat Sunday. Though Alsup qualified his No. 68 Penske-Cosworth at 187.744 mph, his attempt later was disallowed because he used an illegal engine. (Star Photo by Jeff Atteberry) Sure-Fire Spike Hurley Hurt The look of disappointment showed on the face of Hurley Haywood after he blew the engine in his No. 51 Lightning-Offy, ending any chance for qualifying for the 500-Mile Race this year. (Star Photo by Frank Espich) Spike Gehlhausen sits in his No. 90 Wildcat-Cosworth, o Patrick entry, and gets some advice from former 500-Mile Race winner Gordon Johncock. Gehlhausen qualified the car Sunday with on average speed of 185.061 mph, bumping Dana Carter from the field. (Star Photo by Frank Espich) 4 ' . i . 1

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