Joplin Globe (Newspaper) - August 31, 1971, Joplin, Missouri Final Edition Hot Clear to partly high today 85-90 VOL. NO. 22. TUESDAY AUGUST 31, 1971.-EIGHTEEN PRICE 081 Sunday 296 2"; In Berlin Negotiations Big 4 Deadlock Broken by Nixon MEKONG DELTA WORKERS - While the erosive war these South Vietnamese natives near My Tho in the Mekong Delta hold to their traditional ways of at uses water bucket to spray an onion most of which will end up in Saigon The two young boys wade through a canal pulling their fishing net behind No Shadowy emulators Ride The Commuter Train By DONALD M. ROTHBERG WASHINGTON - The phrase monetary conjures up an image of shadowy figures who ride the Orient their luggage stuffed with fluctuating currencies and gold In denouncing them for all-out on the American President Nixon said the speculators are the working not the not the real producers of wealth But if you're looking for a real international monetary don't ride the Orient try the 5:10 commuter train to posh suburb north of New York Who are the of the vast American replied A. James a vice president of the National City Bank of New mark of a really sophisticated corporate treasurer today is tc have been right on one of these big said Meigs in an like hitting a hole in he there is anything immoral about When someone hunting for a money speculator thinks he's cornered he finds he has instead prudent money use a corporation An official for one of America's largest multinational who asked that he and the company remain gave some examples of how his firm distinguishes between speculation and we said the German mark looks strong and the looks so let's buy that would be pure specula he don't do What his company and a lot of other multinationals do is enter into what are called forward For he suppose an American company is buying million worth of ma chinery from a german to be delivered and paid for in 90 days prudent business manager ought to consider the exchange The American might examine the exchange rate of 3.5 marks for 1 and decide that in 90 days that dollar will only be worth 3 In that he would enter into a forward contract under which payment would be at the 3.5 to 1 exchange Of he might guess Instead of dropping to 3 marks for 1 the rate might shift to 4 marks for a leaving his company stuck with a less favorable said the cover just fixes the dollar You have to look into the reason for the he as Page 2A) 8,667 Students Enrolled in Joplin C 1 a s s w o r k for the 1971-72 school year opened Monday in the Joplin School District with an enrollment of 8,887 The enrollment is expected to increase during the remainder of the first as in the but enrollment figures indicated a possible decline from 1970 when a final count is made 8,667 on hand Monday represented a decrease of 175 from the last according to figures compiled by Theri were 9,087 students enrolled at the end of the first week of last Monday's included 2,642 in senior high 1,448 high 4,417 in elementary schools and 162 in special Compared to the first day enrollment last Monday's figures represented decreases as Elementary 1 8. junior high 4, senior high and special education 27. Irving School registered a gain of 69 students over the first day of classes last principally through the closing of Greenwood School ami busing students from that area to Greenwood had a day enrollment last year of 86 The first day enrollment at McKinley School showed a gain of 49 over last year's first day of principally because of a transfer of who reside in the Cambridge from Emerson Emerson registered a drop of 3i Kelsey Norman School showed an increase of 20 students to 358. Irving School's enrollment was 425, McKinley's 299 and Emerson's 399. There were no significant gains or losse at the other elementary compared to the enrollment in 1970. School officials do not consider the enrollment stabilized until after the first full week of classes because many families Page 2A) By PETER REHAK Germany - President Nixon broke a deadlock in Big Four negotiations that led to the agreement on West U.S. diplomatic sources reported They said the agreement comes remarkably close to Western objectives for bringing practical improvements for the life of West The who declined to be said Nixon personally directed the American end of the negotiations in- On Economic Goals Congress Warned Not to Overshoot By LAWRENCE L. KNUTSON WASHINGTON - Cautioning Congress against President Nixon's economic a top White House adviser said Monday the 90-day freeze is likely to be followed by a more relaxed backed by legal Paul W. chairman of the Council of Economic echoed other administration officials in saying no concrete plans have been made for the second phase of the new economic Organized labor will be brought into negotiations shaping national economic policy for after Nov. 13, when the freeze McCracken He would make no comment as to whether a restriction on profits and steps urgently demanded by will be McCracken told the congressional Joint Economic Committee that he expects 500,000 new jobs and a large boost in productivity during the current But be said it would not be to expect prices to remain flat during the Two other Gen. George head of the Office of Emergency and Arnold executive director of the Cose of Living said they have sufficient facilities now but couldn't predict what their needs might be as the new economic policy continues to Weber noted that legal interpretations indicate the law under which the President acted to impose the temporary freeze has more punch than many While calls for only he those fines can be imposed on a per item for for every can of whose price is In other and Weber told the committee that several railroads have agreed to roll back a increase after they had been notified they were in violation of the 90-day OEP announced it has rejected seven more requests for exemption from the wage-price bringing the total thus far to 14. There have been no exemptions Wright chairman of the House Banking said administration of the freeze is unnecessarily inequitable and confusing because of lack of advance planning by Nixon and his dollar held firm on the Page 2A) Rep. Ichord Is Expected To Announce Mo. - Rep. Richard H. said Monday night he expects to throw his hat into the ring for governor within the next 30 Ichord has been testing his support around the state for the last three weeks and he promised a testimonial dinner audience he would make his announcement on or before Sept. 30. think yuu can make a pretty good he told the cheering the decision will be in the He said it he decides not to run the estimated 350 people at the a plate dinner would have their money He I don't think you're going to get your money Ichord said he bad to be sure of two things before making up his mind for good - that he could win and that he would have the confidence of the people to carry out the responsibilities of Ichord formerly was speaker of the Missouri House of Representatives and has been in Congress 11 He is now chairman of the House Internal Security formerly the Activities as the youngest chairman of a standing committee in France and the Soviet They gave account of the breaking of the Last Soviet Ambassador Pyotr re fused to continue discussion on freer access to one ol the key points in the West Berlin lies 110 miles inside Communist East The U.S. Ambassador Kenneth reported this to Foreign Minister Andrei A. Gromyko of the Soviet Union was visiting Washington at the and Nixon took this up with Negotiations on access were resumed at the next four-power The break through began in April or May when the West showed a willingness to permit a Soviet consulate general in West is not a great diplomatic triumph tot either the West or the East but it is a good agreement because it benefits one U.S. diplomat The diplomats said once the text of the agreement is published after the probably on its comparison with last February's Western position paper would show closely we have come to achieving our is an agreement that should be of great benefit to West the German as a whole and East one source adding he hoped it would lead to an improvement in U.S. relations with the Soviet In the assessment of American the Russians needed the consulate general to show some visible gains from the They said the consulate would not change anything in status of West It will be restricted to consular matters and will be barred from taking part in any four-power matters affecting he While the official text of the agreement has not been parts of it have become These show that access to West Berlin will be easier and that West Berliners will be able to visit East Berlin for the first time since 1961 on a regular They will have to go through the same wall checkpoints as West Germans and Pet Milk Boss Sees Billion In Sales by ST. LOUIS - President Boyd F. Schenk of predicted at an annual shareholders meeting here Monday that the firm will have annual sales of billion by 1975. Schenk also predicted an or better concurrent growth in during the WHERE'S THE - The traditional red firetruck lost out to more modern forms of transportation as this fireman heads for a minor residence hall fire on the IU campus The fireman is Dusty a student and volunteer - Senate's Remap Plan Corrected YOU WISH THIS IS ALL YOU HAD TO - Youngsters have a knack of figuring out how to use most any item to have a good time - including a large concrete The unidentified youngsters found their new toy in Park in - By LARRY HALL JEFFERSON Mo. - Missouri's senatorial redistricting commission filed its final plan with of State James C. Kirkpatrick correcting errors which would have left some state senators out of Democrat A. J. Anderson of Harrisonville and former Rep. Alfred A. the said only minor changes were made from the preliminary plan released Aug. 11. No changes were made in outstate district boundaries announced at that One change would put Sen. Edgar J. back in position to run for re-election if he wants to by shifting most of the 12th ward back into 9th Keating has not indicated whether he would run District numbers were changed to conform with the present district numbers of all The first plan would have put A. Basey and William J. into even-numbered districts which do not elect until 1974 but their terms expire in their present odd-numbered districts next The first plan would have required Sen. Earl R. to choose whether to run for governor or state who has filed for the Democratic nomination for first put into an odd-numbered district which would hold an election next The final plan leaves his district number the 22nd, giving him two more years as state senator from that Speer said he thought the new districting plan would give Republicans a chance to pick up as many as five seats in the which has a Democratic majority of 25-9. He listed one in St. Louis one in Jackson County and perhaps two or three He said four districts as drawn in the final map have no incumbents - the 2nd in St. Louis and St. Charles the 5th in the city of St. Louis and the 1st and 23rd The secretary of state disagreed with He said if Democrats run as well in the new districts as Gov. Warren E. Hearnes ran in 1968, Democrats could carry 31 of the 34 Kirkpatrick commended the commission for completing its work and said its report proof a bipartisan commission can successfully carry out its assigned in fairness to all The way it worked five districts will be in Jackson the same as at and 12 in St. Louis city and in St. Louis and St. Charles St. Louis city loses one The other 17 districts will be in outstate In two of incumbents will be thrown into the same In the 25th of the southeastern Missouri incumbent president pro tern of the and Nelson B. would have to run against each other next In the 18th of northeastern incumbent Sen. Omer M. will be Page 2A) More Hot Weather Forecast Clear to partly cloudy skies and hot weather are forecast for the Joplin area The mercury is predicted to reach a high today of 85 to 90 The high Monday was 83 degrees and the low was 60. A year ago today the mercury varied between a high of 87 degrees and a low of 73 with no precipitation Hourly 1 1 10 2 45 2 11 3 65 3 82 4 63 4 83 5 63 5 6 6 7 60 7 p.m. 82 8 8 79 9 70 9 77 10 73 10 74 11 76 11 Noon 77 Midnight 6 Tuesday 1 2 Joplin Skies Sunset 7:49 p.m. Sunrise 6:48 a.m. Moonset 2:28 a.m. Full Saturday Prominent Star Aldebaran 12:26 a.m. planet right above Is now nearly stationary among the stars of the constellation In Today's Globe Campaign Spending 4A Youngster Seta Record 3B Around the Globe With District Deaths 6B Family Fare 8A Hospital Joplin Deaths 6B Want 6B-8B '