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Charleston Daily Mail (Newspaper) - November 26, 1974, Charleston, West Virginia THf CLEAR and eoW low near 21 Cloudy wanner Wednesday high Details Oo Page VOLUME 163 NO 128 or to Friends or Sketch Your World Exactly as It Goes CHARLESTON WEST VIRGINIA TUESDAY EVENING NOV 26 1974 FINAL 15 DISPUTE ON COST OF DYING In Last 70 Hours YREKA Calif AP In his last 70 hours of life Emil A Liloiva ran up a medical of more than One doctor has already filed suit and others are expected to take similar action against estate to force payment of the But the county official who administers tates says he wants doctors to justify dollar of the for two unsuccessful heart operations I don't think you should charge or for Siskiyou County tor Charles Hurley said Monday 1 want the claims proved That's quite a hospital for only a couple of days Liloiva was wheeled unconscious into you General Hospital last Dec 11 and died nearly three days later A medical team led by Dr Ralph Odell performed two operations 1 suppose when you get a case like this we should just let him Odell said after the dis- pute arose I'm not trying to build a tion I'm just trying to save lives The was sent to an insurance company which paid The balance was passed on to Hurley for levy against estate which is worth less than Hurley ed the claim Odell has not yet followed the path of Dr Ri- chard Alley an internist who filed suit in tice Court for payment of his Hospital administrator Earl Van Wagoner conceded the was high but said the tal would make only after expenses Miners V 9 WASHINGTON AP President Ford briefed con- gressional leaders today on his hopes for an arms accord with the Soviets and Sen J Strom Thurmond in- he thinks the ed agreement would win ate approval BALTIMORE Md AP U.S Attorney George Beall has charged Anne Arundel County Executive Joseph ton with conspiring to ob- struct interstate commerce for his alleged involvement in kickbacks to architects and state engineers The formal charge an- this morning by the U.S attorney's office alleges that Alton's involvement in the kickback scheme dates from Feb 1 1965 Alton was charged with conspiracy to obstruct the planning and con- struction of public projects as part of an alleged kickback scheme JERUSALEM AP Secretary-General Kurt flew to Israel from mascus today with an ent Syrian promise to permit United Nations peacekeeping forces to remain wedged be- tween hostile armies for an- other six months HAPPY TOAST IN PEKING By MIKE CLARK Associated Press Writer United Mine Workers dis- and local officials Monday that the latest proposed national coal con- tract faces a slim chance of passage by the members If UMW president Ar- nold Miller calls this a good contract and thinks he can sell it to coal miners he's a hell of a said Jack Pi- coni a Maitland Coal Co er from Coalwood and mine committee member Kissinger old son of Secretary of State Henry ger share a laugh and a toast Monday night banquet in Peking Man at left is not identified Kissinger briefed PI mit offensive nuclear weapons after first the palace Forbidden j 1 t ON Transportation By Ford IN THE SPOTLIGHT Robert C Byrd TKe Million Man Page A Look at GM Ford 1st of 2 Parts Page How Mothers Really See Sons Page Accent on Nitro High What Was the Last Book You Page 3B Is Bowden Safe? Page Page Dear Page Hot Your Good SHOT ACCIDENTALLY Hunter Dies While Clubbing Raccoon WASHINGTON dent Ford today signed the National Mass transportation Act that will provide lion over the next six years in capital and operating aid for mass transit systems around the country At an East Room ceremony with congressmen mayors and governors attending the President said the new will provide federal funds too meet transit needs for the rest of Ford said it was done at a cost which is not inflationary The President said he dered this legislation a top priority for Con- gress and he congratulated the lawmakers for reconciling differences and producing a which he said represents the best By providing assurance of steady and predictable port for urban transportation Ford said the will allow communities for the first time to plan intelligently for their long-term needs He pointed out that for the first time there are funds million for rural public tion The marks the first time that federal funds have been used to finance transit tions as opposed to buying equipment or building transit systems The also had the strong support of the nation's ors The authorizes lion in operating subsidies over the period This aid also could be used by cities for capital By BOB ADAMS Of The Daily Mail Staff A Pocahontas County deer hunter was accidentally shot to death yesterday when he swung the butt of his rifle at a raccoon and the weapon missed the animal struck a rock and discharged state police said Sterl Carpenter 43 of linton apparently was killed instantly by a 308 caliber rifle slug that went through his chest He was the first ty reported in the state's 1974 deer season that opened Italy Executive's Daughter Kidnaped VERONA Italy AP The daughter of an insurance executive was naped while driving her car in this north Italian city Monday night police said She became the victim in Italy this vear Eight have not been freed and at least one is dead conservation officials at Charleston said The victim's younger er Kyle Carpenter and ew Ronnie Carpenter 21 both of Marlinton witnessed the tragedy state police at Marlinton said The three men were ing Clover Creek in woods near Marlinton at about when a raccoon strolled past them state police said When Carpenter tried to hit the raccoon the creature reared up dodged and gun butt struck a large rock in the shallow creek The gun discharged once sending a bullet into the left breast area of the hunter's chest state police said Carpenter was a supervisor with Telephone Utilities of West Virginia Inc in ton Van Reenen Funeral Home Marlinton will be in charge of arrangements Department of Natural Re- sources spokesmen in leston said it was one of the most unusual hunting dents they 3 sense of the term ments to transit This is cant in the fight against sive use of petroleum in our economic batlle and in our forts to curb urban pollution reduce he said State Annually Mayor Hutchinson was in Washington for signing of the urban mass transportation West Virginia will receive annually for six years under provisions of the measure Hutchinson earlier made two trips to the White House as a member of the U.S Con- ference of Mayors legislative action committee to speak on behalf of the deficits The grants will be ed on a formula based 50 per cent on population and 50 per cent on population density per square mile The other billion in the continues for six years the present mass transit capital grant program This money may be used to buy subway cars track buses and other items to improve transit systems On this program the al share can be 80 per cent of the cost The locality must put up at least 20 per cent The earmarks lion of the capital grant ey for rural areas State governors will cate the operating subsidy funds for cities of or less population For those over a recipient will be designated by the nor local officials and tors of mass transit services said he had a copy of the new contract agreed to by union and industry negotiators Sunday lilt looks like they'll have to renegotiate it end to end Another Maitland miner Danny Deskins estimated only about five per cent of the miners in UMW Dist 29 would approve the contract in its present form He Miller screwed up ery major item of the con- Deskins said Unless he comes through with thing big he won't be president after the next tion I don't believe there's any way in the world he's going to get it Ronald ertson president of UMW Local 1628 in Gary said Mr Miller said he had all the apple Well that's a rotten apple he's chewing on The whole contract stinks It smells from end to Bobby W City Ky said he didn't know what the new contract contains But the package we did have was not at all he said We had a ing over the weekend and the reaction was not at all ble They're going to have to come up with something ter than what they had for District 23 Fred Clark financial tary of Local 1680 at Florence Mining No 2 mine near New Florence Pa gives the pact a chance The men were expecting more money and more vacation and more sick leave The way it looks we didn't gain anything We didn't get anything echoed John Horvath president of Local 980 at North American Coal Conemaugh No 1 mine near Seward Pa We were ing on at least 10 to 12 days sick leave at least one day a month and after five years an extra week vacation I doubt it will be he said The newest attempt to end the strike was to be submitted to the union's bargaining council today That is the first step in the ratification procedure which union officials say will take about ten days The bargaining council failed to approve the first posed contract last week ing it needed minor tions industries are feeling the crunch even more as the strike continues With national production running 70 per cent below mal the steel and railroad in- continued to lay off employes More than have been furloughed so far and the government predicts about will be jobless when the strike extends into December U.S Steel and Bethlehem Steel the nation's leading producers have announced 21.000 layoffs since the strike began Nov 12 The coal shortage has also affected an auto industry which lacks steel electric utilities with waning reserves to fire generators and elderly pensioners who depend on coal for home heating There was talk before day's breakthrough that the Ford administration might invoke the Act to miners back to work for an cooling off od if miners reject the newest contract offer We'll fight it if they invoke the said one miner adding that many members would reject quent offers out of pure meanness In West Virginia alone each idle day is costing tons of coal production and million in wages according to Edwin Wiles president of the West Virginia Coal tion TERMS FATTER Regional Chiefs Of UMW Meeting WASHINGTON AP Regional leaders of the United Mine Workers gathered to act on a fattened contract al as the national coal strike entered its third week today UMW officials said if the member bargaining council of did not give anything said one union source If UMW President Arnold Miller fails for the second time to win the bargaining council's approval it could prolong the walkout It might also lead to more direct federal intervention possibly regional leaders approves of the The cities will have to match the federal funds in paying tor transit tibri process may Be shortened so the mines can be reopened early next month The council meets here today The council rejected the first industry proposal last week The new one was mered out by union and try negotiators over the end under the prodding of federal mediators Details were not announced but union sources said agreement provides a 10 per cent wage increase the first year 4 per cent more in the second year and 3 per cent in third Miners now make and a day The earlier proposal would have provided a 9 per cent raise the first year and 3 per cent increases the next two years There's no change in the formula that guarantees an additional 1 cent an hour increase for ery 0.4 per cent boost in the government's Consumer Price Index sources said Sources said the other jor industry concession would allow miners to take two con- summer vacation weeks The first proposal would have required all ers to take one of those weeks at Christmas The package is larger than in the original agreement We Ford could to work for an cooling off period Chief Federal Mediator Usery Jr in the past has cautioned Ford against dering such a move However the coal strike has closed mines producing 70 per cent of the nation's coal to have a de- pressing impact on an already faltering economy The Tennessee Valley announced Monday that it may begin reducing power supplies to its lion customers when its coal stockpiles fall to 3 millions tons TVA officials said that level could be reached in about three to five weeks The TVA said any power cutback would affect pal and cooperative tors industries and ment installations in Tennessee Alabama sippi Georgia North na Virginia and Kentucky The walkout also has ed in the idling of more than workers in the steel and railroad industries The has predicted as many as industrial workers may be laid off if the strike lasts four weeks or longer North Koreans Build Tunnels PANMUNJOM Korea AP The United Nations Com- mand said today there are in- North Korea is con- several infiltration tunnels under the zone across the la One such tunnel was found Nov 15 under the buffer strip and two soldiers were killed in an explosion while in- the f BIG TOM TIPS W POUNDS Drawing Md SONOMA Calif AP has arrived for Thanksgiving on weak legs thai quake ils 60 pounds of meat Wild turkeys seldom reach more lhan 20 pounds but turkey industry have bred day birds with more meat especially in the breast The Nicholas Turkey Breeding Farms Inc claiming to be the largest breeder in the world produces about 15 million eggs each year The company estimates that two-thirds of North ca's turkeys are second-generation descendants of Nicholas eggs We have a sales executive Jack Merrill said in an interview Monday Today's turkey has more meat to bone yield more breast rapid growth economical growth on less feed good reproduction traits and AH those factors are carefully monitored and computerized in the Nicholas ranches which keep 300.000 turkey hens and toms in California He said big toms though not the most tender turkeys now grow to 60 pounds or more and dress out at about 50 pounds which is more than most cooks can handle Most turkeys sold however weigh 15 to 16 pounds for hens and 24 to 28 pounds for toms The mature birds are so heavy they cannot fly and some of the largest walk with great difficulty leaving them prone to leg in- juries Strengthening the legs is one of the problems being kled by the Nicholas geneticists Merrill said the thought of breeding a turkey with only white meat has crossed the minds of farmers But he added We can't breed a turkey without legs which contains the dark Besides some people like the dark meat so we have to please those people too Soviet Rejects China Proposal MOSCOW Soviet er Leonid I Brezhnev today rejected a Chinese proposal that troops be withdrawn from the disputed Chinese border as a basis for normalizing relations between the two countries In a speech in Mongolia Brezhnev said the Chinese precondition was absolutely unacceptable and we reject it CHARLEY WEST If the miners at that apple there be any seeds left to grtw en ft
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