Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 7, 1977 · Page 18
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 18

Greeley, Colorado
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Tuesday, June 7, 1977
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18 GREELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE Tues..June 7.1977 Young, Carter to talk things over By ELIZABETH \VI1ARTON WASHINGTON (DPI)-The White House press office probably answers more questions about his remarks than those of any other member of the administration, and the GOP national chairman wants him fired. U.N. Ambassador Andrew Young is undaunted. He said Monday he is certain he retains President Carter's confidence despite the controversy he has generated. But he requested -- and received -- an appointment with the President this afternoon because..he says, his critics are beginning to use him for attacks on Carter. In a hearing of a Senate Foreign Relations subcommittee Monday, he explained: "I'm sure lie doesn't agree with everything I say," but "we have not disagreed on major policy" and neither Carter nor DIVERS HUNT FOR BODIES -- Coast Guard divers ding to the side of capsized Dixie Lee II during search for bodies of persons missing after the boat capsized during a storm Monday. (AP Wirephoto) Coast Guard continues searching for bodies ... ro win mayor's seat in Chicago NORFOLK, Va.(UPl)-The Coast Guard searched by air and sea today for nine passengers still missing after their boat capsized in the Chesapeake Bay during a fierce storm that struck Tidewater Virginia. At least four persons were drowned when the 42-foot fishing boat Dixie Lee II overturned Monday in heavy seas and gale force winds several miles east of the Hampton Roads Bridge-Tunnel. Fourteen passengers were pulled to safety, most by huge spotlights searched persons on a nearby craft. through the night for the Authorities identified three of missing passengers and at least the dead as the captain of the three aircraft joined the search Dixie Lee II, 59-year-old Harri- early this morning, son Lewis, 43-year-old Evelyn The storm, accompanied by Baker Lee and Audrey Stiff, golfball-sized hail and wind age unknown. Their home gusts up to 98 miles per hour, towns were not immediately also downed power lines, known. collapsed a fishing pier, uproot- One survivor, identified as ed trees and sent scaffolding Vernice Norfleet, was listed in crashing down at a shipbuilding serious condition today at a dock, local hospital. Coast Guard cutters and A Coast Guard spokesman helicopters were aided in their said two patrol boats using search for passengers by a powerful airborne beacon capable of illuminating as much as one square wile at a time. The storm collapsed a 600- foot section of the 1,300-foot Ocean View fishing pier and blew the roof off a nearby apartment building. Scaffolding surrounding a ship under construction at the Newport News Shipbuilding Co. collapsed, injuring nine em- ployes. None of the injuries was considered serious. The storm came up just after 4 p.m., EDT, Monday and cut a swath across the southeastern corner of the state. throughout the area. An es- By MIKE ROBINSON ' Associated Press Writer . CHICAGO (AP) - Acting Mayor Michael A. Bilandic, backed by the Democratic machine, was the overwhelming'. favorite over Republican Den-;' timated 30,000 homes in Norfolk alone lost electricity. Highwindsapparentlycaused a tractor trailer truck to overturn on the Nansemond record , ow turnou( fo ,, a R,ver Bndge, blockmg traffic du| , campai?n pushed in(o » he background in its final days by burning, looting and gunfire in the Puerto Rican community. Two men were killed during Puerto Rican leaders to seek an end to tension in their neighborhood of Humboldt Park about three miles northwest of the Loop. nis Block as Chicago voters j Block said he n °P ed for a elected a successor to the late ' face-saving 20 per cent of the j rjaley ,'TMte, one per cent more than Political'leaders forecast a ley's GOP challenger in 1975. 'John Hoellen. · Republican National Chairman Bill Brock promptly called for his dismissal and said the statement "is an outrageous comment thai further poinls up the fact that he is a diplomatic incompetent who should be fired ... his behavior as a diplomat is one of the sorriest in the history of our nation." Powell said Young "used the word in the broader sense," and meant the two former presidents lacked sensitivity in dealing with third world countries. He also said Carter rejected Brock'sstatenient that Young should be fired.. Asked about it at the committee meeting later, Young said: "I certainly didn't mean anything derogatory about the personal lives of either of the two presidents, but there is a kind of ~- the word I prefer to use is insensitivity to cultural differencesjlet's say." In the interview, Young explained why he gets into hot water so often: "I guess I find it almost impossible to say ''no comment, 1 " he told .Playboy. "Especially to some young reporter who is just starting out weeks. On Monday he met with and needs encouragement. But Secretary of State Cynis Vance has ever talked to him about "keeping quiet." A new Harris poll, meanwhile, says those Americans responding by a ratio of 49-19 per cent think Young "made too many statements that offend other countries, and should learn to keep some of his thoughts to himself." Young told the subcommittee 'repressive, racist minority regimes" are helping communists in Africa more than anything else and he suggested that the United States consider launching a huge economic development program like the Marshall Plan for postwar Europe. In an interview with ^Playboy magazine, published Sunday, Young said the Nixon and Ford administrations' failure to develop a credible foreign policy with the third world nations was due to racism. now they've got me paranoid. I hate to, but maybe I'll just have to be rude." HUMMINGBIRD FEEDERS ; FRANK'S- : ' SEEDHAT.CHERYj 70910th St. . 352-1094 for about three hours. boats were overturned, but no injuries were reported. One man who watched the . as Atlantic Coast begins to dean up storm from the nth floor of the Norfolk City Hall said, "It was a spectacular sight."' "The wind was blowing the the weekend violence in the Humboldt Park area. At least 133 persons, including 57 polfce- men, were hurt and 154 persons By United Press International Deadly thunderstorms roamed the Atlantic coast Monday, producing tornadoes, hail and gale-force winds that flipped over a 42-foot fishing boat. One of the survivors, Jay Gallagher, 21, said "It was one big wave, maybe 15feet"which flipped the craft. The thundersquall, accompanied by golfball sized hail and wind gusts of up to 98 miles per hour, also caused extensive damage throughout ·Tidewater Virginia. The storm downed power lines, collapsed a 600-foot "section of a fishing pier, uprooted trees and sent scaffolding crashing down at a shipbuilding dock. One man who watched the storm from the llth floor of the Norfolk City Hall said, "The wind was blowing the trees almost to the ground and elderly people were holding onto things to keep from falling down. Then it started to rain and it got very, very dark." A Georgia man, heading for a lakeside honeymoon cabin with his bride of two days, was killed Monday night when a high wind toppled a huge tree top of the couple's car. reported across South Carolina Monday night, downing power lines and uprooting trees. Police at Spartanburg, S.C., said winds were clocked at 80 miles an hour. were arrested. Bilandic, 54, a former alder- High winds, hail and heavy rains also accompanied a line of thunderstorms in North Carolina. Wind gusts up to 60 miles per hour caused some -Authorities said Joe Telford, 24, power outages. The Wilkes Clarksville, Ga., died in the County, N.C., communications accident as his 19-year-old wife, system, which handles emergency calls to law enforcement officers and fire departments, They don't know what 'it' is POST, Tex. (UPI) - The Your DailyW from the CARROLL RIGHTER INSTITUTE FORECAST FOR WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8, 1977 GENERAL.TENDEN'CIES: A day when you need to use the utmost tact and diplomacy in dealing with other persons since there is an unusual sensitivity in the air. As the day progresses you find conditions improving. A R I E S (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Attend' to those duties ahead of you without delay and don'c ask others for help. Not a good day to ask for advice. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Be sure not to tread on the rights of others today or you could meet with stiff opposition. You can now gain a long-cherished desire. G E M I N I (May 21 to June 21] Anything of a civic nature needs to be handled carefully at this time. Be certain you handle credit affairs wisely. MOON C H 1 L D K K N IJune 22 to July! You feel you want to delve into new projects that are interesting, but it is better to await a better day. , LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21] Don't neglect obligations you must meet today. Your mate may be moody, but don't antagonize. Think clearly and speak concisely. VIRGO (Aug. tn Sept. 22] Pay close attention to the wishes of others today, particularly where your associates are concerned. Strive for increased success. L I B R A (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Take extra time to delve in and h -ndle important tasks. Fellow workers are not very cooperative now. so carry on by yourself. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21] Be cheerful, even though those around you, may be morose for some reason. Don't spend too lavishly on amusements that appeal to you. S A G I T T A R I U S (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21] An outside venture should await a better time before going ahead with it. Establish more harmony with kin. C A P R I C O R N ([)«-. 22 tn Jan. 20] Rcrhwk a routine matter today and avoid a costly mistake. Being critical of an associate could bring unpleasant results now. A Q U A R I U S (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19] Not a good day fo delving into financial matters since your judgment now is not up to par. Try to he helpful to others. PISCES (Fell. 20 tn Mar. 20] Re positive in any business (Jealings-you may have today. Not a good day for group affairs. Avoid one who is your nemesis. I F Y O U R C H I L D IS DOKN TODAY . . . he or she will have a knack for getting into all sorts of trouble, so teach to solve problems instead of creating them and then this becomes a successful chart. There is musical talent here that should be well trained. "The Stars impel, they (In not rompfl " U'hal you make of your ! ife is largely up to YOU! del 1977. McNaught Syndicate, inc.] Pam, crawled through a window.of the car to seek help. . The accident occurred as severe thunderstorms spread across the northern Georgia mountains Monday evening, generating winds that knocked inhabitant of the roadside cave down trees and power lines in may be a someone, or it could several areas. be a something. Either way, At least five tornados were sheriff Jim Pippin would sure like to find out who or what the elusive being is. Although the identity of the mysterious "it," which for the last three months has lived in a cave carved in the rugged rock walls near the community, was unknown, it has not caused any panic among the residents. "-They always ask me about my cliff-dweller, my wild man," Pippin said Monday. "There's not a lot of real interest, but the people are concerned. They just wonder why he's out here, and nobody's ever seen him. "That's what's got me stumped. I just can't see how anyone could live like this for three months right beside the highway, not more than 20 yards away, and nobody has seen or heard him. He just doesn't want to be found, aijd in this country, I'm not just real sure he ever will be." So far he has frustrated the efforts of Pippin who rose at 3 a.m. one day to unsuccessfully catch a glimpse of the mystery man. "He's bound to be smart," said Pippin. "He's set up so good here he can see you, but there's no way you can see him first. He's put an awful lot of time building his house here, and there's water about a foot i trees almost to the ground and was knocked out for awhile and elderly people were holding man an d Dalev family friend, there were some delays in onto things to keep from falling t ,,,,, a shm / of cam . answering emergency calls. down," he said. f . ^ ^ High winds and severe thunderstorms swept portions of Alabama Monday night causing property damage ant power blackouts ' in several counties. Authorities in Hunts ville, Ala., said Madison County was blasted, by winds up to 50 miles per hour and quarter-inch hail. 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