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Wednesday, May 14, 1975


In the news today.
nimen had survived the explosion, which
nternatlona killed two and injured four others.

WOLFSBURG, W. Germany - Volks-
wagen, the largest auto maker in Europe
and symbol of West German economic
might, has gone into the red for the first
time in its history. According to officials
the company lost $343 million last year,
and would not pay a dividend for the
1974 fiscal year. Sales were reported to
have dropped 12 percent last year, while
production was down 11.4 per cent.
Two Russian warships steamed into
Boston harbor under 21 gun salute Mon-
day, while at the same moment two
American destroyers were receiving a
similar welcome in Leningrad. In the
Russian city yesterday, Soviet sailors
linked arms and policemen shouted or-
ders through bullhorns yesterday to con-
trol crowds numbering in the thousands
wishing to tour the American ships. The
exchange visits mark the anniversary of
the World War II victory in Europe, and
represent the first time since that vic-
tory that such an exchange has taken
GREEN BAY, Wis. - A ventilation
shaft was completed yesterday to a gas-
choked sewage tunnel where four con-
struction workers were buried after an
explosion Monday. But fire officials and
engineers said recovery teams would not
enter the partially completed tunnel be-
neath the Fox River until the shaft was
ventilated and the danger of another ex-
plosion diminished. They said chances
were slim that any of the four missing

AKRON, Ohio - The 29-year-old
Episcopal rector on trial before a di-
ocesan court for allowing 11 women
priests to celebrate Communion said yes-
terday his objective is to vindicate the
women. The Rev. Peter Beebe, rector of
Christ Episcopal Church in Oberlin,
made the statement before entering St.
Paul's Episcopal Church here for open-
ing arguments in the trial. If he is found
guilty, punishment could range from ad-
monishment to defrocking. About 12
hours earlier, Beebe celebrated mass at
his church, repeating the act which lead
to his trial.
WASHINGTON - Consumers who've
had trouble opening the "child-proof"
cap on an aspirin bottle can look forward
to more of the same. The Consumer Pro-
duct Safety Commission says it wants
book matches redesigned so children un-
der the age of four can't open them. The
agency will propose this in conjunction
with other safety rules affecting how
long the matches stay hot, how easily
they are ignited and other factors. There
were 500 billion matches sold in the U.S.
last year.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - California
Edmund Brown has signed without com-
ment a bill legalizing any private sex
acts between consenting adults, whether
homosexual or heterosexual. The new
law, which goes into effect January 1,
abolishes the laws against adultery,
homosexual acts and so-called unnatural
acts between adults of opposite sexes.
Brown's office had reported that letters

were running more than 100-1 against the
legislation, which repeals sex codes dat-
ing back 100 years and more.
JACKSON, Miss. - Broiled pigeon has
been added to the menu of a local rescue
mission, courtesy of the city, but some
transients at the facility just aren't that
hungry. "They were a little bit tough,"
said Cateway Rescue Mission director
George Roberson. The pigeons were
broiled in gravy and served to about 30
needy persons. "But some of the people
coming off the street wouldn't eat
them," he confessed. City pest control
officials offered the pigeons to any or-
ganization that would use the girds.
DETROIT - A 16-year-old student was
seriously wounded yesterday outside an
east-side high school. Police said the un-
identified victim was taken to Detroit
General Hospital, where he was listed in
serious condition. Authorities said the
student was shot by another 16-year-old
student, who was taken into police cus-
tody. The shooting occurred in front of
Martin Luther King High School. A simi-
lar incident last year at a different
school resulted in the death of a student.
This morning should be nice, but as the
day wears on the clouds will start gath-
ering. By mid-afternoon watch out for
rain: Chances of getting wet will be 20
per cent. The temperature will be in
the low 70's.

:00 2 4 7 i1 13News
IS It Takes A ThIeW
24 ABC News-Smith/
30 57 Electric Company
50 Star Trek
56 Energy, Technology slid
6:30 4 13 NBC News-
John Chanceiier
7 ABC New-Walter Cronkite
24 Partridg~e Famitly
30 57 Zoom-Children
56 Faust Legend
7 : CBS News-Walter Cronkite
4 7 News
9 Beverly Hillbillies
11 Family Affair
13 What's My Line?
S0To Tell the Truth
24 Mod Squad
30 Assignment America
50 Horan's Heroes
56 Woman
57 Tsar Fotore Is Now
7:30 z 13 Truth or Conseiuences
4 Masquerade Party
7 11 Name That Tune
9 Boom 222
20 vovage to the Bottom o
the Sea
30 Music Project Presents
50 Hogan's sroers
56 Howse Call
57 Lillas. Yora and You
8:002 ' 1 Ton Orlando and Dawn
4 i135Little House 0n the
7 24 That's My Mama
9 Escuse My French
30 56 Feeling Goood
50 5ealer's Choice
8:10 7 24 Movie
"Promise Him Anything ...
9 Reverend Ike
20 Daniel Boone
30 solar Energy-
50 Mecv' Gritfin
5Romantic Rebelion
The career of Spanish artist
Francisco Gova
57 Music Project Presents
9:00 2 11 NBA Play-Off
The seventh came if ne esary
4 1 ecas Tanner
9 New
20 56 57 Theater in America
9::30 9 Heocirnibee
20 700 Club
1000 4n 4 tPrtraceli
7 94 Onrvland. ITSA
9 The Poilisers
50 IDisah!
10:30 30 57 To Be Annonrcd
56 Sam Francis: Shese Are
Ms. Footsteps
1:002 4 7 1113 24 News
9 CRC News--Lloyd Robertson
20 Charsma
30 sanaki-Evereise
56 St's Vocr Tnrn
57 The Naturalists
11-20 9 News
11:30 2'1 Movie-M-ste
"Shp itried "Mutr~ec!"
4 13 ohnnv Carson
7 24 wide world snecial
"Does. Cats and Other
Tmnor+ant Peonle"
50 Movie-Drama
"The snows of Kilivnanaro"
56 57 ABC News-Smith!
1?:)090 Movie
Sbadow over eron."
1:o0t 2 Movie
"Hig to0 ,. c.SA." The FBI
on the trail of a vicious
4 Tomorrow-Tom snyder
7 11 13 News
2:00 4 News
2:30 2 News

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