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The Michigan Daily-Wednesday, September 14, 1977-Page 7

Daily Classlfieds
(Continued from Page 6)

Kansas City floods leave hundreds homeless

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(Continued from Page 1)
the roof tops, things like, 'Here we
are, help us,' "Katzman said. "Kids
were scared and crying. The people
were panicked."
THERE were some areas, how-
ever, which escaped virtually un-
harmed. Right across the border,
Kansas City, Kan., had only minor
problems. The downtown business
district, the stockyards area and
Kemper Arena, where the Republi-
can National Convention was held
last summer, dodged the brunt of the
flooding.
The rains started before dawn
Monday, saturating the g r o u n d.
When another downpour hit Monday
night, the water ran off into normally
placid creeks and low areas, causing
the flooding.
"In all of my born days, in all of my

experience on the job, I haven't seen
anything like this," said Bennie
Imperiale, deputy fire chief.
"IT WAS total destruction - large
cars floating down the street, large
cars being stacked like cords of
wood, cars being floated right into
businesses, cars floating into peo-
ple's basements," he said.
"The currents had to be very
strong to pick up big cars like that.
Until you see it, you would never
believe it."
At the Country Club Plaza, flooding
from Brush Creek formed a wall
from six to 12 feet high, sending
waters rushing through s t r e e t s,
shops and clubs. Customers in one
restaurant fled hurriedly as the
water level rose to five feet in less
than,15 minutes.
ON THE EAST side of the city, the
Blue River went out of its banks and
forced evacuation of a 500-unit trailer

park and caused damage in the
Leeds industrial district.
Mitch Green was one of those who
just escaped the rising river.
"The water was all around my
house, up to my door," said Green, as
he sat yesterday in a Salvation Army
rescue hall. "All I did was grab my
dogs and go. A boat brought us to dry
ground and got us out here by paddy
wagon ... What bothers me is, how
do you start again?"'
The National Weather Service,
which had predicted the possibility of
severe thunderstorms and, early
Monday, issued flash flood warnings
for Monday night, said more than a
foot of rain fell in the 24-hour period
that ended at 1 a.m. yesterday. It was
the heaviest rainfall here since the
service started keeping records in
1889. The weather service said 14.35
inches of rain fell in the Plaza area,
and there were unofficial measure-
rnents of 16 inches or more in other
sections of the city.
KANSAS CITY Power & Light
reported that at one point, 25,000 of

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its 300,000 customers in the metropol-
itan area were without service.
The Red Cross reported about 1,000
people homeless.
Spink said there were a few reports
of looting after the water receded
Monday night, but he described the
incidents as minor.'
Light rain continued through thO
morning in Kansas City yesterday
but ended during the afternoon. The
National Weather Service said there
was no significant chance of rain
today.
The weather service said the storm
was caused by a warm front that
moved up from the Gulf of Mexico
and combined with a low pressure
system developing over Kansas.

Bank inspector: No
deal with Lance
(Continued from Page 1)

agreement with the Office of the
Comptroller of the Currency; that
Lance spoke with him - Tarleton -
about what could be.done to deal with
the agreement in the event an FBI
background investigation material-
ized."
LANCE and Carter held their
regular weekly meeting yesterday. A
White House spokesman said they
did not discuss whether Lance should
resign.
Tarleton repeated his assertion
that Lance had never asked him to
lift the restrictions on the bank.
Thomas Brown, the other bank
examiner present, said in another
affidavit that he remembers Tarle-
ton saying Lance probably would get
a high government position but does
not remember Tarleton mentioning
anything further about Lance.
TARLETON lifted the agreement
on Nov. 22, 1976, the same day he met
for an hour with Lance. Lance's

nomination was announced several
days later.
Tarleton said his meeting with
Lance and the lifting of the agree-
ment were coincidental and he had
planned to terminate it anyway.

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