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The Michigan Daily-Wednesday, January 27, 1982-Page 3

AP Photo
IN THIS TIME exposure of the Ginna Nuclear Plant in Ontario, N.Y., a sheriff stops traffic from entering the area
around the plant. The plant was closed Monday after a pipe containing radioactive water broke. Steam is being released
from the plant as part of the cool-down process.

Ginna nuclear
From AP and UPI by Saturday,"C
ONTARIO, N.Y. - The R.E. Ginna The cold shu
nhu fear plant wasbrought to a cold hours after pla
shutdown. yesterday, 31 hours after a canceled the
steam tube rupture automatically shut emergency clas
down the unit and sent radioactivity in- THE PLANT
to the atmosphere, officials said. Gas & Electr
The Nuclear Regulatory Com- various emergi
iiission's emergency response team "Tne ecir
lft the area after cold shutdown was "The ener
reached, according to Rochester Gas&' situation is sr
Electric chief spokesman John making prepart
Oberlies. the spilled wat
a COLD SHUTDOWN is attained when spokesman for
the temperature in the primary cooling Commission.
system is under 200 degrees You will."
Fahrenheit. "We optimistically hope to More than
be able to inspect the steam generators evacuated from
ned to work ve

plant
Oberlies said.
tdown was achieved 514
nt officials had declared
eremaining nuclear
ssification.
, operated by Rochester
ic Corp., had been in
ency stages for 26 hours
ent Monday.
gency is over. The
table. Operators are
ations for the cleanup of
er," said Jan Strasma,
the Nuclear Regulatory
It's the mop of phase, if
100 plant employees
nthe site Monday retur-
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shuts down
said the reactor would not be cooled
sufficiently for a damage assessment
until sometime today.
" A BURST PIPE automatically
flooded the containment vessel Monday
and vented radioactive gas into the at-
mosphere - a process that is kicked off
automatically as a built-in safeguard
against explosion. Officials then
declared a site emergency - the nation's
first since the 1979 accident at Three
Mile Island in Pennsylvania.
Shortly before noon yesterday, the
plant was taken off "alert" status and
declared in a "recovery phase" by
Rochester Gas & Electric Corp., with
the consent of a Nuclear Regulatory
Commission inspector at the site.

Two still
missing
in Boston
air',crash
BOSTON (AP) - Two passengers
froTp a World Airways DC-10 jet that
slid off a runway into Boston Harbor
,over the weekend are missing and
feared drowned, officials said yester-
day, three days after they said no one
had been killed in the accident.
Asked if the bodies of the father and
son we believed to be in the harbor,
Edward Ringo, senior vice president of
the airline, said: "It's pretty obvious."
DIVERS immediately returned to the
scene to search for'bodies with no im-
mediate results.
It had been believed that all 196
passengers and 12 crew members
escaped serious injury when the plane
slid, off the runway at Logan Inter-
national Airport on Saturday night. .
Three people remained hospitalized
yesterday for minor injuries.
But Ringo said a computer check of
tickets and the discovery of carry-on
luggage showed two passengers unac-
counted for, and two relatives of the
missing passengers told state police at
the airport they believed the men had
been on the plane.
"EVERYTHING matches that there
are two people missing," he ,said.
Ringo identified the two as Walter Met-
calf, 70, and his son, Leo, about 40, of
the Boston suburb of Dedham. Ringo
said the two men boarded the plane in
Neward, N.J., and sat in the plane's
midsection.,
"We've searched the hosptials, the
hotels with the assumption that they
may be in shock," Ringo said.
Pat Moscaritolo, spokesman for the
Massachusetts Port Authority that runs
the airport, said a daughter and
anotherson of the elder Metcalf went to
the airport police station about 10 a.m.
yesterday.
The two, "visibly disturbed and quite
upset," said they believed their
relatives were on World Airways
Flight 30, "but as yet had not gotten in
touch with their families," Moscaritolo
said.
He said the couple had contacted the
airline repeatedly since Saturday night
to report that their brother and father
were missing. He said they finally went
to state police after an airline represen-
tative told them to contact local police
and file a missing persons report.

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-_HAPPEN I NGS
HIGHLIGHT
MSA and PIRGIM are sponsoring a mass meeting for financial aid this
evening at 7 p.m. in Conference Room 5of the Union. The meeting will cover
plans for lobbying in Lansing and other measures planned to fight aid cuts'
and tuition hikes..
FILMSx
*PIRGIM-The Killing Ground: Hazardous Waste in the Environment, 7:30
p.m., Pendelton Rm., Union.
Cinema Guild-The Third Man, 7 p.m., Lorch, The Spy Who Came in From-
the Cold, 9 p.m., Larch.
tCine a l-Alphaville, Angell Aud. A., 7 p.m., Weekend, 9 p.m.
CFT--Insatiable, 6, 7:30, 9, & 10:30 p.m., MLB 3.
PERFORMANCES
Music Society-Oakland Ballet Co., 8 p.m., Power Center.
School of Music-Piano Recital, Rachelle McCabe, 8 p.m., Recital Hall.
Ark-Hoot Night, Open mike, 9 p.m., 1421 Hill.
-UAC-Laugh Track, 9 p.m., Univ. Club, Union.
SPEAKERS
CEW-Lec., Betsy Ancker-Johnson, "Science and the Clea~n Air Act," 4
p.m., Rackham Amphitheater.
Russian and E. European Studies-Brown Bag, Anatoly Liberman,
"Vladimir Prop and Russian Folklore," noon, Commons Rm., Lane Hall;
Larissa Vilenski, "Parapsychology in the Soviet Union: Research & Ap-
plication. Are they Ahead of US?" 4:10 p.m., E. Lec. Rm., 3rd fl. Rackham.
Chem Eng.-Lec., James O. Wilkes, "FORTRAN IV Programming
Language- 111," 7p.m., Nat. Sci. Aud.
Afroamerican & African Studies-Colloquim, Oscar Gish, "What's Hap-
pening in Mozambique? Report on a Recent Visit," noon, 246 Lorch.
Chem.-Sem., Sean S. Bigelow, "Alkenylidenecyclopropanes,'"4 p.m., 1300
Chem.,,
Comp. SCtr.-Lee., Forrest Hartman, "Intro. to Visual Editing," 7 p.m.,
B114 MLB.
MEETINGS
Commission for Women-Mtg., noon, 2549 LSA.
Science Fiction Club-Mtg., "Stiliyagi Air Corps," 8:15 p.m., Ground
Floor Conf. Rm., Union.
Botticelli Game Players-Mtg., noon, Dominick's.
Med. Tech. Program-Mass Mtg. and Lab tours, 7-9 p.m., Main Hospital
Cafeteria, Private Dining Rm. 1.
Tau Beta Pi-Electee Interviews, 7 p.m., W. Eng.
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Williams
ATLANTA (AP) - A black teen-ager
testified as a surprise witness yester-
day that Wayne Williams lured him into
a car and sexually fondled him. He also
said he once saw Williams get in to a
car with a youth who was later slain.
It was the mnost damagirig testimony
to the defense yet at Williams' murder
trail, now in its fifth week.
THE WITNESS. who was not iden-
tified, said he saw Williams and Lubie
Geter, 14, get into a car on Jan. 2, 1981,
the day Geter was last seen alive.
Geter was found slain a month later.
The youth also said Williams was the
man who approached him in the same
area of south Atlanta in August 1980, in-
vited him into a car and attempted to
sexually molest him. Sources say
prosecutors may present evidence on
the other killings for the purpose of
establishing a pattern that might fit the
Geter and Payne slayings. r
Williams has denied knowing any of
the 28 victims.
ALSO YESTERDAY Gov. George
Busbee, Georgia Bureau of In-
vestigation Director Phil Peters, and
former acting U.S. attorney Dorothy
Kirkley said they have been sub-
poenaed to testify for the defense.
The three said they did not know why
there were subpoinaed. ABC News
reported Williams' lawyers wanted to ask
about a meeting at the governor's man-
sion last June 19, two days before
Williams' arrest.
The 15 year-old witness, whose iden-
tity was kept secret by agreement of
the defense and prosecution, said he
was working in a carpet store in south
Atlanta the. day he saw Geter and
Williams get into a "white and black-
top automobile."

Phantom stabbing
A bizarre stabbing incident occurred
on campus early Monday morning,
police said yesterday. The victim, a 25-
year-old man, was walking near
Packard and Division Streets around-2
a.m. when he suddenly felt a sharp pain
in his lower stomach. He looked down
and saw blood, police said but he did not
see anyone stab him. The victim then
went to the Packard and State St. area
and phoned his ex-wife, who took him to
St. Joseph's Hospital. Police have no
suspects. He is being treated for ab-
dominal injuries and a punctured lung.
He had been drinking at a bar before
the stabbing.
Hospital lab explosion
A centrifuge either exploded or rup-
tured, causing a small fire yesterday in
a University Hospital laborator, police
and fire officials said. Several windows
were broken and walls were damaged.
Some chemicals were spilled, but fire
officials said Hospital contingency
plans had taken care of that problem.

Hillel-Panel Disc., home and family with women, "Our Lives.: As Women
} and as Jews," 8:30 p.m., 1429 Hill St.
Meekreh-Study Break, 10 p.m., Alice Lloyd Lounge.
Tau Beta Pi-Free Tutoring, lower level math & science, Walk-in, 8-10
p.m., 307 UGLI; and 2332 Bursley.
International Center-Presentation for first-time travellers in Europe.
"Getting Organized and Documented for Your Trip," noon, Int. Ctr. Rec.
Rm., 603 Madison.
Women Engineers-Pre-Interview, General Mills, 1 p.m., 144 W. Eng., 7
p.m., Northeast Utilities.
CEW-Counseling group, 'Onward and Upward," 7:30 p.m.
WCBN-"Radio Free Lawyer: Discission of Legal Issues," 6 p.m., 88.3
FM.
To submit items for the Happenings Column, send them in care of:
Happenings, The Michigan Daily, 420 Maynard St., Ann Arbor, MI. 48109.
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