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1 Henry Qay 57 Ashland 56 Catholic 76 Fleming Co 58 Uncoin Co 79 Garrard Co 77 Bell Co 59 Rowan Co 59 Corbin 57 Menifee Co 50 Catholic 76 Fleming Co 58 Eurgin 54 Sayre 53 Jessamine Co 65 Woodford Co 57 f' M- 40 Jb THE SATURDAY AND 30 Pages Today Lexington Ky January 17 1976 Our 11th Year I II if taiiitailjr Saturday: What's inside 'Cats Return Afternoon Action Here Lower Rate THE FEDERAL Reserve Board lowers interest rates to 55 per cent to member banks The new rates are effective Monday PAGE B-6 Bicentennial Catalog IN CELEBRATION of the Bicentennial the Atlee Burpee Co the biggest mail order seed house is reprinting its 1888 gargen seed catalog HOMES BEAUTIFUL 1 Scores 90 Points BILLY MILLER of Nancy High School pours in 90 points including 50 in the fourth quarter to break the state high school scoring record Page B-l of various grants to states for health programs child nutrition programs education for handicapped persons and social services for the elderly reduction of 310 billion in individual income taxes to carry out thq 328 billion tax decrease the President proposed in October change in the Medicare program for the elderly to in Where To Look Business B-56 Homes D-l-3 Churches C-45 Racing B-4 Classified D-4-10 Sports B-l-4 Comics C-67 State A-5 Deaths A-6D-4 Theaters C-23 Editorial A-4 TV C-8 Too Busy To Look NBC's controversial new painted on a truck carrying equipment for televising University of Kentucky basketball game against Vanderbilt doesn't seem to interest UK student Fredrick Ware 20 of 1520 Lakewood Drive who was reading a book while traversing the campus (Staff Photo by David Perry) 250 Jam Meeting By MARK HOLTHAUS Krais Naws Editar Today will be a blustery day Early afternoon traffic will be heavy as sports fans begin converging on the i University of Kentucky cam-: pus Those who get tickets will start warming up the tube at home right after 1 lunch It has all the earmarks of a nationally-televised Wildcat football game on a fall afternoon in Lexington right? Wrong UK basketball and this first-of-the-season afternoon home game the Wildcats vs Vanderbilt's Commodores will be beamed into your home by WLEX-TV Channel 18 starting at 4 pm (For the advance story on game see Page B-l) Going To Be Cold Inside Memorial Coliseum the Wildcats will be looking for their second Southeastern Conference win Outside it's going to be cold the high temperature might make it to 20 and only a slight chance for even a peek at the sun The chance of a few snow flurries last night combined with the low temperatures might make the streets slippery in spots so be carefuL (For more weather details see Page B-6 or call the Herald-Leader Weatherline 254-5515) A lot of people will enjoy the game from a snug chair at home But if more than snug like burned up because you couldn't get a ticket to see the In live action cheer up This time next year UK should be playing in their new home in the Lexington Center's Rupp Arena and the 11000-plus scats now available for the games will have more than doubled More Than Sports Just want to get out of the house and do something? Well if the weather doesn't phase you there are lots of things to see hear and do this weekend in Lexington and Central Kentucky The theater movies exhibits special events lectures music tours and nightspots with dining dancing or both await you (See the Weekender Section in today' Herald and Leader for a complete listing of activities plus today's television schedule) For something different leave tomorrow afternoon open for the Unrock Young People's Concert by the Lexington Philharmonic Maybe Lexington has changed a lot more than you think For pocket change you can hop on a LexTran bus and see the city on a genuine 25-cent tour Press To Get More Inside Look Taken At Fayette's Growth the conference are available to the public by writing Dennis Carrigan Commissioner of Parks Housing and Community Development 227 North Upper The most enthusiastic re-ponse of the day was given to Professor Robert Freilich of the University of Missour-i-Kansas City Law School He described a multi-tiered growth control system that many members of the audience said later they would like to see implemented here Fayette County now attempts By GREGORY NOKES OtHctatad Fmi WASHINGTON A 342 billion Increase in Social Security taxes in 1977 and a rise in defense spending will be proposed by President Ford) in the new budget he will send to Congress on Wednesday ltc was learned yesterday Ford will propose an increase of three-tenths of one per cent in the Social Security tax rate effective Jan 1 1977 It would raise the total tax for both employes and employers to 615 per cent of an salary up from the current tax of 585 per cent The maximum Social Security tax for an individual would be about 31014 in 1977 up from 3895 in the current year Even without the increase proposed by Ford it was estimated the maximum tax would total 3965 in 1977 That is because of automatic changes according to a formula pegged to increases in the nation's average wage rates For example a worker earning 316500 or more in 1977 would pay the maximum tax of about 31014 under Ford's proposal If he earned 310000 he would pay 3615 for the year or 31180 per week The employe's tax would be matched by the employer Government analysts have said the Social Security lax may apply to the first 316500 of a worker's gross income In 1977 up from 315300 this year and 314100 in 1975 But the maximum income level could increase even more since the level is adjusted automatically to reflect increases in the nation's average wage rates over-all budget for 1977 will call for expenditures of 3394 billion and provide for revenues of 3351 billion leaving a deficit for the year of 3 13 billion In addition to the Social Security tax Increase Ford's budget also will propose: outlays of 3101 billion up from about $92 billion in fiscal 1976 Ford will say the increase is necessary to maintain a strong defense posture I-1 i I il i crease both contributions and coverage modest reduction hi government employment including some civilians in defense agencies The cuts would be accomplished largely through attrition rather than by layoffs Ford wiO depart from past (See SOCIAL Page A-6) Director Resigns Uzmann Quits State Hospital By LU WILLIAMS Staff Writar DANVILLE Ky Dr John Uzmann medical director at Kentucky State Hospital here since May 1975 has resigned effective Jan 30 The director said last night that Dr Mac Vandiviere acting director of remedial services for the bureau for health services had told him he was giving him a break by k-tting him resign rather than being dismissed The urged departure came as a surprise Dr Uzmann said The director said he was told he was being relieved of his duties because he was a pour administrator He noted that a month ago Vandiviere himself had commented favorably on his work at the hospital He added that he had been told he was operating a model hospital Uzmann termed the request to resign from the post as political but declined to elaborate Having turned down offers of other positions on the staff Dr Uzmann said he is considering six out-of-state and two in-state job offers i 1 tt -vs 'fVvi tUj 1 ifi -s- i it A a I -J i i ''V' -i1 -si 3 vf 4 4 CURTIS ECSI sav? Vr rrarirnVil Tells Plans Transylvania new president 47-year-oid Dr William Kelly tells a news conference yesterday that he wants to extend the school's mix of liberal arts and ucalional education See story Page D-4 (Staff Photo by Martin Jesscc) Businessman's lament: "I've worked out a capl-tal gains deal with Washington Every time I work the Capitol gains" U-i J-'i i i V- 1 I- At By SCOTT SMITH Staff Wrltar Gov Julian Carroll was unable to attend noon session of the Kentucky Press Association convention here due to recent surgery so he did the next best thing He sent his speech and his executive administrative assistant Richard Lewis Lewis immediately confirmed the support of open records legislation for the state a subject of wide concern among members of the slate's news media am proud to be able to report to you for Gov Car-roll Lewis said "that he fully expects such legislation to be passed by the 1976 Kentucky General Assembly Two jjears ago a bill guaranteeing public access to public documents was passed by both houses of the legislature It was vetoed Lewis reminded the newsmen that one of the last bastions of the closed public meeting philosophy the rules committees of both of Scorpios after hrr second husband tycoon Aristotle Onassls died last March JACKIE ONASS19 By AL MARSH Staff Wrltar Causes consequences and controls for an urban growth explosion that has begun in Fayette County were topics of a day-long conference yesterday sponsored by the Urban County Government About 250 persons 100 more than some officials had expected Jammed a meeting room of the Hospitality Inn to hear four speakers from throughout the nation Mayor Foster Pettit pleased by the response to the meeting announced that transcripts of fr i I' cU By BOB FAIN Cindy relates the story of the boss who stormed at his secretary that she had altered a sentence in a letter he hud dictated The secretary replied that she thought the sentence needed changing don't want you to the boss shouted want you to take down my words precisely and then type them that way neither taking away nor adding to" The chastened secretary was soon called In to take another letter She later typed it and gave It back to the boss for his signature Thr letter read: Smyth: Spell It with a ay' though it's pure swank on his part In answer to your lettrr -look up the date We can quote HI me Walter what's the most we can charge this old buzzard? Very well We can quote you 330 a ton for the goods If he accepts we will have to make sure of our money beforrhand because I don't trust him Awaiting the pleasure of your valued order yours faithfully Today's Metre Murder What that guy needs To avoid such a mess: Secretary no: but attorney yes houses of the general were opened to the media development has Gov Carroll's full support and Financial disclosure another governmental subject the governor promised recently to review is an administrative goal Lewis said will ask the majority party leadership of both houses of the general assembly to give their complete support to legislation giving the financial disclosure commission full statutory The present disclosure commission a body the governor intends to make permanent was created Iqst year through an executive order 3-Day Convention The KPA convention which beaan Thursday opened Its program here yesterday at the Holiday Inn North with a panel of newsmen including George Beebe associate publisher of the Miami Herald Montgomery Curtis vlre president of the Knight-Ridder Newspapers Inc and Don Carter publisher of the Lexington Herald-Leader The theme of (he morning panel waa "Making Our Newspaper More Vital To the Local Curtis reminded the KPA that any avoidable tragedy Is the responsibility of a concerned newspaper An example of Ihe press's concern Curtis said was underlined by the feernt Watergate scandal "Just think If you will how close this couniry came to being under a dictatorship It look thr prr a concerned pres to expose a tragic wrong" tr Greeks Deny Jackie Took Antiquities claimed the former Amerl-ATHENS Greece can First Lady removrd the Judicial sources said Friday antiquities when cleaning that an Athens public pros- out her home on the island I4I to control urban growth through thr urban services area concept The plan Freilich described is in use in the Minneapolis-M Paul area Freilich predicted it will become a model for the nation Study Other Cities After Freilich's speech Pettit said he hopes to establish a method whereby Urban County Government officials can learn of growth control plans adopted by other towns and counties throughout the nation The tier system breaks a community down Into sections that correspond with patterns of growth that has or will take place Different tyrs of growth rontrol tools are used in the different sections In older portions for example restoration or preservation controls may be needed to prevent deterioration In the newrr portions plans to contain growth prevent sprawl and protect envt- (See tOUK rage A-0) i erutor has ordered an Investigation into the alleged removal of antiquities from Crorce by Jacqueline Kennedy Onaisis Greek government sources however have denied the newspaper report and said Mrs Onassis Is free to enter Grerce anytime Neithrr Mrs Onssils nor any of her spokesman were available for comment in New York The sources in Athens said prosecutor Dimitrios Tzrvas ordered the Investigation over a month ago after a local magazine A Lilt Accident Kills Man A mrinhff of the toronrfs b-iug tiffed uriJo Ih tfuik St right Austin off lie and funrtal home attendants rcTnve eijoie of lral scrap metal firm was the body of Joseph Austin 21 of viking hehind the Geftrral Telephone afrr he was killed yes'efJay on Nicholas Road by BW when he was pinrrd h-rneath a conta uer uianion Jr -4i JAS i 1 a A- ten 1i faiW'talt' I K-eS1"

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