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Montana Standard (Newspaper) - June 28, 1971, Butte, Montana Montana Standard 95th 332 Good It's June 28, 1971 10 Cents Anaconda Co. offers 701 per hour more The Anaconda Co. an- Sunday it has made a proposal to unions ting Montana employes for settlement of the current labor agreements which are due to expire A general bargaining session is scheduled for 10 a.m. today in Salt Lake where meetings have been going on since The proposal was submitted to the unions at a meeting in Salt Lake THE COMPANY'S proposal includes an across the board wage increase of 70 cents an hour for a three-year contract good until June 30, 1974. Wages would rise 50 cents per hour the first year and 10 cents per hour in each of the additional two In the company proposed some job reclassifications and an in- crease in the current in- between job grades in the second and third Under the employes in job grade 2 whose current rate is per hour would be making by July 1, 1973, and employes in job grade 17 would be increased from the current to per PENSION improvements proposed rates from to in the second The com- contributions to the health and welfare coverage would be increased by per month in the second year and an additional per month in the third The current average contribution by the company per employe is per The company would also increase its contribution to the death and disability fund by 2 cents per hour in the first Job makers hard put Surviving in outdoor matrimony Luther and Kathy McLaughlin of take time out from their studies for a tender The McLaughlins participated in a unique survival and marriage counseling course on a Utah Nine days of rough living and just talking things over made good things out of many that might have turned WASHINGTON House passage of welfare legislation with heavy em- phasis on converting adult recipients into self-supporting workers fueled a longstanding debate as to how much the government actually can do directly to create Opponents of the legislation aimed a double-barrelled ment against the idea that through ry training and job could free from dependence any substantial proportion of the more than 13 million welfare about 13 per they are even the rest consisting of blind and and persons caring for Partin trial goes into third week Jurors in the federal court trial of Edward Grady Partin in Butte are reminded that a court order forbids them to read this By LEWIS Standard Staff Writer The third week of the ward Grady Partin trial starts today in the courtroom of the federal The government started nailing its case together last The prosecution produced witnesses whose testimony purported to connect the 46-year-old Teamster business agent directly with violence and corruption tering on the lucrative concrete and pipe business in the Baton metropolitan THE COURT WAS told late Friday the prosecution has no more Formal resting of the government's case awaits a decision by its chief Wilford J. Whitley called to North Carolina by word Thursday of the death of his Key government witnesses last week were by their own admissions no candidates for good citizenship One of the knotty problems to be faced by the jurors when the case finally is submitted to them is appraisal of Billy Reed Wade McClanahan and Barnes D. PARTIN Page 8 Agnew whirls into diplomacy EL TORO MARINE AIR Calif. Vice President Spiro T. Agnew headed across the Pacific Sunday on his trip and indicated he ejects to discuss with South Korean leaders the possibility that some of that country's troops will be withdrawn from He also told reporters just before leaving he will be Rampaging soldiers burn East Pakistan platoon of the tani army smashed into the Hindu section of this logged village before dawn shooting sacking homes and burning the Twenty minutes after 24 West Pakistani soldiers and another dozen men in the uniform of the Frontier Corps from the Northwest more than miles west of left the the who identified himself as Major told a newsman the troops had been on a The who should not have told you my wore a blue beret and was His men carried automatic rifles and umbrellas to stay dry in the monsoon An inspection showed they left behind them three dead men and a desolated village still burning so fiercely the heat drove witnesses away and buckled iron A few old women and dren mourned the dead or wailed in have taken The rest of the which Butte weather Mostly Scattered Outlook 60and 38. Weather Map Page 8. local Moslem residents said once housed 100 had fled into the jute fields or across the The body of a man was stretched across the mat in the ground floor store of a two-story corrugated iron A bullet had gone through his Villagers said that besides the three visible er five or six were killed in the five-hour carrying confidential from President Nixon to the world leaders he will meet in 10 African and European The vice president said the messages from Nixon are not great but are part of a continuing U.S. effort to keep in diplomatic touch with the world Agnew spent Saturday night at the home of comedian Bob Hope in the desert resort of Palm He left this rine base at a.m. PDT Sunday aboard Air Force a Boeing 707 Agnew planned a refueling stop in Hawaii before flying on to the western Pacific island of Guam and an overnight stay before going on to Korea Agnew said the talks in where he will attend the inauguration of President Chung Hee will be and said in response to a is legitimate to that the subject of possible South Korean troop withdrawals from Vietnam will come Couples find richer life Utah nine Bob and Nancy French lived on a remote Utah They slept in a lean-to they built by ate leaves and roots and analyzed their They were equipped only with a sleeping change of clothing and a tin can to cook in and eat The To strengthen their marriage with the aid of a wilderness course taught by Dr. G. Hugh instructor in marriage and family counseling at Brigham Young Four other couples took the None had met Their if stayed took this class away from our complex society to force the couples to Allred The who have been married three said the nine days of roughing it brought them closer together than ever Bob French described the course as of the few times in our marriage where Nancy and I were able to share a feeling of Nancy a petite girl expecting her second child in seven said the roleplaying experiences Bob and I realize that we never go to the root of our problems in our and routine are great Allred the need for a husband and wife to talk to each Personal particularly in have become automated and wife can lose herself through her children or the husband through his work or community in- And when their children are they find they're order to survive on this these couples have had to communicate and Crash kills 24 Calif. A twin-engined plane with 25 persons aboard crashed into the sea Sunday off Shelter Cove 50 miles south of here on the southern coast of Humboldt the Coast Guard The DCS struck a building at the end of the Shelter Cove Co. airstrip on then into the ocean where it remained afloat 20 minutes before the Coast Guard One survivor and four bodies were recovered from the craft as sheriff's Coast Guard and highway patrolmen converged on the if the 13 per mostly welfare could be made available for work by training and provision of child day the opponents where would they find They cited a nagging 6 per cent national unemployment rate with much higher figures for blacks and for central cities where the welfare population is The itself recognizes this argument indirectly by ing for According to the theory of the states and local helped by federal could hire that many persons to do needed work now going without displacing any regular The concept has found favor with the Con- but has led to clashes with President Nixon's Nixon vetoed a last Now a new one for such employment in addition to those for welfare has been passed by both houses and is expected to go to the President this cans indicate Nixon probably will sign this Still another is on Nixon's with its fate It is a measure to Today's caper accelerate public ing up an estimated to jobs in the construction The administration has pre- ferred to seek the cooperation of private business in creating employment working with the National liance of which seeks openings among NAB has agreed to try to find or at least veterans in the next Its earlier year goal of placing and retaining hard-core unemployed was not but the volunteer organization reported it had been in- strumental in the hiring of of whom still are on the Happiness is We can't keep meeting this WASHINGTON Stamping papers secret has become such a way of life in the says a that a chief of staff's memo once against stamping so many papers was stamped William G. a ty assistant in charge of Air Force weapons gram information until last says hundreds of sands of people through the Pentagon wield the secrecy He estimates the Pentagon spends million a year guarding some 20 million per cent of which he says don't warrant even the lowest Florence was deputy tant for security and trade fairs in the Air Force weapons systems and research branch for four years before he retired March 31. He had had Air Force security duties including writing the service's basic regulation since 1945. testifying last week at House government information subcommittee hearings on security gave a host of examples of what he called a pervasive belief in the tagon that information is the Pentagon was embarrassed by public dis- closure that someone in the Navy had stamped a packet of newspaper articles a special directive had to be sued that stories in public newspapers could not be stamped stamp re- mains on the fact that the Air Force 949 satellite system can detect missile launchings and determine their even though an assistant Air Force secretary told a House committee that two years ago and a number of newspaper stories have been written about it. effort by Dr. John S. Foster director of defense to get weapons re- search and development mation automatically fied after two years unless ex- tension can be justified was down by objections from the The present system inspires Pentagon employes to classify papers for own Florence my no one in the Department of Defense was ever disciplined for classifying he I have seen how rough a person can be treated for leaving classification markings off of information which he knows to be officially unclassified if someone up the line thinks that a classification should have been The Pentagon papers was honest NEW YORK Former Undersecretary of State George W. discussing the Pentagon study on said that the Johnson ad- ministration never the American public on Vietnam and moved reluctantly to com- mit more U.S. troops Johnson said was en- tirely said referring to former President Lyndon B. Johnson's position in the 1964 presidential against a larger U.S. in- volvement in but anyone who didn't Butte readies for fun Activities for Butte's In- dependence Days celebration have been The Friday Sports program and other activities for children at Clark Friday Broadway between Main and Wyoming will be closed to traffic for three At 7 there will be a street concert by the Butte Between 8 and 9 the Copper Kings and a square dance will perform in the From 9 on there will be street dancing for all to music by Suns and the Bridgestone two volunteer musical At noon a 12- piece hand aboard a flat-bed truck will play throughout Bie uptown business district and in the South Side business The band is being provided through courtesy of the Butte Musicians Butte's traditional parade in observance of In- dependence Day will be The theme this year is The parade will form on Granite between Montana and starting at The procession will get under way at 10. There has been a slight change in the parade route incidental to its It had been originally planned the parade would end in the Clark Park It will now continue on Harrison to or in the vicinity of the Safeway Store in that THE West on Granite to south to east on Park to south to continuing south to east on Front to Harrison and south to Vern associated with the parade for many will be His chief aid will be Ben F. another oldtimer of the parade will be honorary The parade promises to be one of Butte's To date 18 floats have been entered along with numerous Music groups already en- tered to set the march tempo include the Butte Municipal and Butte High School a group of bagpipe enthusiasts from the area and the drum corps from Anaconda Elks and the Butte MAYOR MIKE MICONE president of Butte issued an appeal for persons having convertibles to contact Pat Kenney of the First Metals Bank and Trust chairman of that parade There is a need for several convertibles to convey procession officials and visiting The mayor also asked that all parade entries be filed not later than Entry blanks are available at the mayor's office in city hall and at the Chamber of Blanks for mounted entries are both at the mayor's office and at the Downey Mayor Micone also said although contributors have been generous in giving to help defray expenses of the there is a need for additional He asked all who can to make contributions through his city plan for all contingencies would have been he was very reluctant to accept a proposal to go for- but did so because the situation m Vietnam was Ball spoke on The He said the prose of the secret Pentagon study on Vietnam published in the New York Times and elsewhere had Johnson's deep concern for moral con- siderations in Johnson was concerned about ening the war in he The Times and Washington in a landmark case of the government's right to maintain state secrets versus freedom of the awaited a ruling in U.S. Supreme Court on ment motions to halt further publication on the Pentagon The after a hearing on recessed until Monday and gave no in- dication when it would rule in the
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