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   Terre Haute Tribune, The (Newspaper) - January 28, 1971, Terre Haute, Indiana                                Much of RevenueSharing to Bypass Mi THE TERRE HAUTE TRIBUNE COMPLETE WIRE SERVICES OF THE PRESS AND PRESS INTERNATIONAL TEN FINAL EDITION FOR Terre January NEW DEBATE ON WAR POLICY Clash Seen Upcoming in Senate By JOHN STOWELL WASHINGTON hew wave of Senate pro test may be touched off by Pentagon assessments that the air war in Cambodia must per haps be stepped Thomas chairman of the Joint Chiefs of said in an interview that curbing American airpower could delay troop withdrawals from South A more hawkish assessment came from John Chairman of the Senate Armed Services Com after a secret briefing Wednesday by Secretary of Defense Melvin If North Vietnamese achieve more military suc cess in said the Mississippi we have to step up our ust what turn that would I dont George McGovern of Manson Trial Resumes to Set Sentences LOS ANGELES AP The penalty trial of Charles Manson and three women followers con victed hi the Sharon Tate mur ders starts today with a black musician reportedly ready to testify that Manson shot him with gun similarto one used in tfie Bernard of Hotty wood has said he has a bullet lodged hi his back from the al leged shooting incident at his apartment on eigbJ days before the Tate A witness at the Tate tria said he went to the Crowe apart nient with Manson and saw him enter carrying a long barrelec Crowe was the first scheduled witness of 10 the prosecution said it would call in trying to persuade the jury to sentence the four defendants to death in the gas They were convicted Monday of murderconspiracy in th slayings of Miss Tate and six Chief defense attorney Pau Fitzgerald is to present a mo tion alleging that the death pen alty and the penalty trial re quired by California law are un He will ask tha the defendants automatically b Continued On Page South the only an nounced candidate for the Dem cratic presidential nomination sharply criticized Stennis1 re Ought to Lead It alarms me that any senator should talk about ex Dandng our military operations in Cambodia he said senator who talks about sending forces into Cambodia ought to lead the charge Stuart who sat in on the Laird said the secretarys report was But Symington said he believes we have gone fur ther than we understood from the statements of President Nix on June Stennis said the war is going well but its end is years He suggested Congress my have to reassess its ban on groundcombat troops in Cam bodia if this thing thickens Stennis he does not anticipate any new sending in a threat number of ground In said The use of our airpower in Laos and South Viet nam is the best way to achieve our objectives in Southeast Asia with minimum Limiting airpower would Continued On Page HELP MOTHERLESS OR FATHERLESS CHILDREN Big BrotherBig Sister of Vigo County honored Winton seated as Big Brother of the year and Lesa seated as Big Sister of the during the annual meeting Wednesday With them are Ulysses Jones little brother and Maria Miss Madrus little New officers elected at the meeting from left Allan president Steven executive director Eric and John Strausburg White House Denies Innovative Move By FRANK CORMIER WASHINGTON White House doesnt want of all Chairman Wilbur think it is deliberately bypassing the House Ways and Means Committee on the Presidents revenuesharing Sensitivity on the subject became apparent Wednesday after The Associated Press reported the proposal to share a part of federal revenues with state and local governments will go to Congress in at least seven separate bills most of them bypassing Mills and By MARTIN BIEMER INDIANAPOLIS AP Republican leaders in the Leg islature said today they would pass a twoyear state budget this but review it and make necessary changes in Leaders argued for more than two weeks before making the de Joseph Mackey Jakes New Post Agree on 2Year his powerful Ways and Means Press secretary Ronald Ziegler insisted the splitup was intended from the outset and was not occasioned by a Mills House speech Tuesday question ing the heart of the revenue sharing The fact that division of revenuesharing legislation was a secret to the and apparently to many members of until it was disclosed Wednesday by John Nixons domestic policy at a White House news Many members of Congress had assumed the entire lion package was destined for the Mills The chief executives plan to share billion of federal reve nues on largely a nostringsat tached will indeed go to the Ways and Commit said This billion is the segment of the packet that Light Snow Covers Valley While promisin Nlxo and thorough Joseph adminis trator of Union Hospital for the last six has accepted a new position as executive vice president of the Hospital it was an nounced The 42yearold who has been active in numerous civic activities and sparked a multimillion dollar building pro gram at Union will assume his new position April It was a tough decision to make leaving Terre said We love Terre Its full of lovely and the community has been real good to Mackey said his new position will offer a He will be in charge of two hospitals Catholic and Methodist iustu tions that are in the process of Each hospital has and Mackey will be over both of Ul a new hospital will be constructed in a city of about who recently saw the million Phase 1 of expansion completed at Union predicts bigger and better things for the hospital in the Theyll complete phase I and phase 3 and H the hoe piUl will become a 500bed hospital and become a real community medical he The hospital has a tre inchdous group of medical staff board mem Mackeys departure will numerous local orguuua I JOSEPH MACKEY Uons with key spots to Active in numerous civic he is president of the Loughlin Says Wells Fishing For YE Post By MARGARET GENTRY INDIANAPOLIS AP An investigation continued today of State School Richard Wells reported efforts to land a state vocational educa tion consulting job when he leaves office March John Loughlin said he is investigating the re port and strongly objects to the purported Reliable sources who asked not to be named for fear of re prisals said that since losing to Loughlin in the November election Wells has worked be hind the scenes to arrange the consulting The plan was supposed to come to a head Monday 1 at a joint meeting of the State Hoard of Vocational and Technical Education SBVTE and its advisory Wells dismissed the report as rumor and gossip and said he has never discussed in any way with anybody the possi bility of taking a consulting job with state vocational Sources said Wells seeks to recreate three SBVTE positions le abolished in install his deputy Robert Hewlett in one of and through Hew elt land the job of consultant to the advisory State Budget Director Thorn The question was of vital im portance to property tax relief Property tax r e 1 i e f cant be decided until the budg et is the budget couldnt be decided until the legislators decided whether to look ahead one year or The problem stemmed from the constitutional amendment approved by the voters last No allowing the legislature to meet every The big argument for the amendment was that It would allow the legislature to pass annual budgets and avoid the uncertainties of forecasting tax income nearly three years in The amendment also provided temporary ground rules which this legislature is reluctant to They include a 61day session in oddnumbered similar to past mid a 30day session confined to budg et matters hi evennumbered move to put the state on a cal endar year rather than on the traditional 30 fiscal year This would require additional budgeting for the odd six months necessary to make the Democrats prodded Republi cans for more than a week to make the The decision was discussed in party caucuses after both houses adjourned The House Ways and Means Committee continued to lay the groundwork for property tax re lief Wednesday as the ranking John R filed bills to dou ble the sales tax and to spend nearly million on public schools in the 197273 fiscal Hart calls the measures ve hide giving the commit Continued Ou Page Fiscal experts in the House and Senate argued that a 30 day session is not long enough to start from scratch on a new They proposed the twoyear budget with a review in the evennumbered years Confusing the issue was a NOW YOU KNOW By United Press International Magnifying glasses inserted in frames were used by the Chinese for reading in the 10th Mills ays his aim will be to kill the whole perhaps drawing a Zieglers statement that a splitup of the package was jjanned from the start find sympathetic ears among some veteran watchers of the congressional The Nixon strategy makes they sa they wonder why he didn make his intentions clear from the True revenuesharing meas it would have to gain approval from the House Ways and Means Committee Nixon said Fridaj that billion of the total would represent a transfe of restricted federal grants intc programs with far fewer Wash i n g t o ndictated guidelines counties aiv cities would be freed from put ting up matching money unde the Nixon To escape the Ways an Means congression al veterans Nixon only alternative was to take billion of present federal gran programs and propose differen ground rules for parcelling on the Some questione whether this could truly b called revenue sharing in th Nixon sense of the By CARL BENDER Tribune Staff Writer There was only a 5 per cent hance of measurable precipita ion Wednesday but that vas too high as motorists earned when they awoke this For the ground was covered vith a layer of which made driving hazardous and a ittle tricky for residents in the iVabash But the word was nd lawenforcement agencies in the area reported few acci with most of those being nothing more than property damage collisions in which a few fenders were Sin e h ofthe powdery snow fell in the area md came on the heels of th first really cold weather to hi the While the ther mometer did not plummet t the zero reading of a a low of 5 degrees wa recorded at Hulman Municipa Airport at 9 The temperature had bee hoveing near the 15degre mark through most of the night but began slipping when th cloud which brought th began to move out an allowed the heat to The snow made driving haz ardous for the most a though state police official noted that driving lanes o major highways in the are were relatively free of snov and that only the passing lane posed a danger to Roads in the county wer but those roac frequented by large numbers o vehicles were of little dange A spokesman for the Vig County School said ther had been no calls to his offic uring the morning hours of cKools or school buses being elayed by the poor driving Usually we have several alls like said Alex Men administrative assist nt for the we avent had any Prospects for such calls are im for the rest of the iccording to David professor emeritus of ge igraphy at Indiana State Uni Continued On Page The Weather By Weather Bateau Weather Map On Page a Blvcr LOCAL CONDITIONS Highest temperature Hi lowest temperature lait 5i FORECAST TERRE HAUTE AND Mostly cIoDdj Ihranth Friday wilh chance of Ufbt snow again endlni by Not 10 cold Friday but cold Low tonight 7 to 10 High Friday 28 To Precipitation ability 40 cloudy through Chance or light mow agata Friday mostly ending by Not so cold this afternoon and bat cold to Low tonight 5 to li High Friday low ZOs to low West to north west winds 8 to IS miles per hour Precipitation probability M per cent thU eicepl higher near Lake 20 per cent W per cent and continued cold with some Hthl mow flurries likely to night and A low tonight of S A high Friday of U to Dirtdull mlcrogiama of dirt per cubic meter of Average dally count In 1970 woi Temperature titreet ISi 3 Terre Haute Committee for Area Progress and is on the boards of the Wabash Valley United F u u Red Community Blood Pro Boy Health and Area Planning He re cently was elected to tbe Hyte Couimuuity Center Pre he served as director of development for the Kuth erine Hamilton Comprehensive Center lie played u key role iu the successful Hytu Community CouUuued lit is Taylor said Wells wrote liin 22 asking the budget agency to restore the SBVTK positions of fiscal offi cer and professional services di Taylor said he has takeu no action on the iu a running conflict with the Technical ludiaua College Vocational and the SBVTE during his two terms of confirmed he is seeking reiustutemen of Uie three posi lie aIsu he the I ouOuued Ou Page Ohio River Port Will Aid Valley By JAMES DRESSLER Tribune Staff Writer The big news for the Wa bash Valley in Edgar Whitcombs budget message to the Indiana General Assembly Tuesday was his recommenda tion that million be the state of Indiana of is part of this total If you accept this you should also consider in creasing the size of the present Port Commission by two mem The proposed million AT ANNUAL uew umldeut ttud several new beard meuibm were at the auuual uifctlug of Iouuty AkMwUUuu or Meutul Tuey Itll to David Leviu aud Thomas itll tv David Frauk also elected Kabbi Hubert Ueu Two other uew unable to be me liitua Jvliu Sloiy uu Ptfgv lUailiu River port just east of Mount George ex ecutive director of the Wubash Valley Interstate told THE TRIBUNE Its the biggest news out of the Governors office concern ing Uie Wabash River basin since the Wabash Valley Inter state Commission was Gettinger This is the beginning of na vigation to Terre Haute on the Wabash he This is the first seed money to be spent on our port for South western While Whitcombs reference o Die Southwest Indiana Ohio River Port was only one para graph long mid appeared on page 10 of a 13pane GetUnger said it svill have great influence on the Wabash Valley and Southwestern Indiana for years to The Governors prepared re murks iu coimecUoa with Uie port were To improve Uie economy of Southern 1 urge the establishment of a uew port ou the To this 1 recom mend the appropriation to the waterway system that is ex pected to bloom in the next few Part of that development hopefully would be the making of the Wubash River Just a few months Joseph Continued Oil Page I he toviriuneul reimbursement A preachers job is tough if he must speak each Sunday even when nothing thai need occurred to I   

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