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   Lawrence Daily Journal World (Newspaper) - November 5, 1971, Lawrence, Kansas                                LAWRENCE DAILY JOURNALWORLD 265 FRIDAY NOVEMBER 1971 10 CENTS TWENTY PAGES Embattled Pay Board Argues Nuts Bolts WASHINGTON AP The embattled Pay Board de scribed as down to the nuts and bolts stage of negotiating a Phase 2 wage increase for with hopes of agreement by But the board found itself in a crossfire of angry charges between President Nixon and Congress and the Phase 2 program wound up deep in President George Meany of the AFLCIO voiced hope of a settlement by Monday after the House Banking Committee dealt itself a hand in the threeway bargaining session of the 15man laborpublicman agement Pay The nego tiations were to resume The House committee voted amendments to Nixons Phase 2 control bill which would give unions substantially what Meany full pay increases negotiated before the wageprice except for plus retroactive pay ment of increases that were blocked during the In quick Nixon read a statement to reporters at the White House The committees action is clearly inconsistent with the purposes of the economic stabi lization he It would provide for a piecemeal approach to the development of the programs The amendments would pro vide for special treatment loj one segment of the American Banking Committee Chair man Wright retorted that Nixon had decided j to turn a bipartisan program into a political attack on the j Democrats The Presidents party apparently has mapped a campaign to use the wageprice program for partisan pur The Pay Boards deliber ations were disrupted by the committee The five man agement and five public mem bers asked and obtained two 90 minute recesses of the They but darkness had long settled before the de layed session Yet the board members seemed Meanys comment that the board got down to nuts and was en in by Donald director of the Cost of Living Council and an exof ficio member of the Pay The Banking Committees ac tion directly undermines the tripartite idea underlying the Rumsfeld but he added Im not a spokesman for the Pay They are doing their work in an orderly fashion Progress is being THE DAYS DWINDLE DOWN Fall weather in the Lawrence area this year has been particularly conducive to the kind of care free outdoor activity like that involving a group of happy sixth graders from Sunset Hill School cavort ing at Centennial The unusual weather has pro vided some brilliant floral accompaniment such as seen in the But winter is on its way and sights like this arent due to occur much more in the days just ahead as temperatures stiff winds freezing hits and numbed flowers and foliage make their final exit until next JournalWorld Photo by Ken Seals Jobless Rate Declines For Second Time WASHINGTON AP Unemployment dropped by per cent to per cent of the work force last month for the second decline in a the government said Troop Pullout Due Speed Up For Christmas SAIGON AP Secretary of Defense Melyin Laird was understood to have told Presi dent Nguyen Van Thieu today that withdrawals from Vietnam would be stepped up immediattly to send thousands of troops home for No information was available immediately on the exact num but some units were reported to have bten notified that they would be cut by as much as 50 per cent in the next seven President Nixon will make a major announcement on further troop cutbacks on or about and informants said he is planning to cut American strength from its present 700 to or by This would end the fight ing role and the remaining force would include air Buckley Tells Crowd Decline Is Drastic Honeycutt Will Face KCK Murder Charge By ANITA STRECKER JW Staff Writer Homicide charges will be filed ders rose to a mil logistics personnel and ad It was understood that the Nixon Administration is think ing in terms of a complete but there was no time table given for One source said it depends on when North Vietnam is willing to release prisoners of Laird also was reported to have assured Thieu that South Vietnam is going to get economic aid to compensate for the troop withdrawals despite the Senates rejection of the foreign aid bill last The two met for 3A hours at Independence Laird is returning to Wash ington On the fighting front 25 mem bers of a 100rnember South Vietnamese militia unit were reported knocked out of action in a Mekong Delta INDEX Church ClaMifieds Comiei Deaths Editorial 4 3 Televiiion LOCAL FORECAST cold and Full weather Page Russell Stover Key Rexall By BILL MAYER How does one discover that one is slipping into a dark age That was a summary of a host of grim questions posed here to day by editorcolumnist William Buckley as he addressed a capacity audience of more than 600 at the Kansas Union National Review edi syndicated columnist and television appeared here under the sponsorship of a Chamber of Commerce allmem bership Former State Odd Williams was master of Buckley fielded student ques tions in Woodruff Auditorium after the luncheon session dur ing which he gave little cause for optimism about the future of the nation on the path it is now THE COLUMNIST whose work appears three times weekly in the pointed to all types of signs to indicate a con tinued steady deterioration of he status of America in the and he offered no hope hat the Nixon Administration as t is now performing will change He said Nixon and his n are embracing most of the leftist policies and tenden though that have done much to injure the and its standing in the I get the impression that President Nixon is happily sketching a landscape of his ad ministration now and that he expects the rest of the world to conform to his said indicating that the ad ministration is far too ineffec tive and WESEEM TO BE caught up in a trend of trying to justify what we do by he adding that there is no cause for optimism about what this will Buckley pointed to the recent defeat on the Taiwan issue in the United Nations and said this is a further indication of the deterioration of though he had little to say on behalf of the The United Nations has had no clothes on for he and added its weaknesses have been further emphasized by its failure to really accom plish key goals in Pol Hungary and the He lion and the number of jobseek ers fell to the Labor Departments Bureau of Labor Statistics The number of unemployed persons normally declines somewhat in but the BLS said last months drop was more than might be ex pected from seasonal causes The unemployment rate has wavered between per cent and per cent for the last 12 It was per cent in per cent in August and per cent in The Oc tober 1970 rate was per The BLS attributed the Sep tember decline in total unem ployment to a reduction in adult males who had lost their jobs The rate for adult men declined from per cent against Drury Lon of a cousin of a Lawrence girl whose body was found Thursday afternoon in Kansas Officers plan to return Honey cutt to Lawrence today from where he was arrest ed Douglas County Mike Elwell said today that his of fice does not have jurisdiction in the murder and that it will be up to the Wyandotte County Attorney to file homi cide charges Elwell has filed aggravated kidnaping charges charging against that he last and the rate for married men dropped from per cent to per lowest in a the BLS The rate for adult women dropped per cent to per took Ivy Marie a daughter of and William Honeycutt from her home without her parents THE GIRL DIED of strangula tion and had been sexually as Don head of the Kansas de tective said An autopsy was performed Thurs day Hall said that his depart cent and the rate for teenagers lent is its investi MUSING COLUMNIST William Buckley relaxes at the Kansas Union prior to his speech to the Chamber of Commerce at Kansas University JournalWorld Photo added that nations like Russia and China have been collecting condemnations of the as examples of what they can ac VICES CANNOT suddenly become he then stressed that the Nixon Admin istration like those before it has continually and steadily adopt ed leftist trends that started the nation downhill and put great emphasis on He attacked welfare as a root cause of trouble and said the average welfare check re cently ran to the amount of 30 hours a week at the minimum He condemned men like Ar thur Schlesinger and John Ken neth Galbraith for liberal phil osophies which have hastened the and threaten to keep America on the Farm Accident Kills Inspector AP The Kansas grain Clar ence was killed in a cornpicking acci dent at his sons Officers said Kohlenberg had picked almost a load of corn Thursday when he stopped to adjust the His clothing was caught in the power shaft of the He suffered a head injury and his clothing caught The body was found by Jim of edged down to per The rate for bluecollar work ers dropped dramatically from per cent to per but for whitecollar workers it edged up from per cent to oer The rate for whites slipped down from per to per cent last but the rate for blacks and other non whites edged up from per cent to per ARCTIC BLAST NEARS AREA Douglas County should be bracing for the first blast of true winter By Colo radoKansas University game time temperatures in this area should be around 35 Tonight they are predicted to plunge to the This cold note comes after a day of relatively warm wea At noon in Lawrence the temperature was 62 after an overnight low of only By late this afternoon the mer cury was expected to drop un til it reaches the 20s skies are to re main The mercury will not range far beyond the mid The chance of precipita tion is near zero that goes for rain as well as Competition Urged BOSTOCJ AP President Nixons antitrust chief put cor porations on notice Friday that the Justice Department will tol erate no lessening of price com petition during Phase 2 of the wageprice To emphasize his Asst and when it is completed the information will be turned over to the Wyandotte County Attorneys Kansas City officers will ask for a homicide Hall with the specific mur der charge to be determined by the county attorneys The girls mother identified her body about 4 Thurs The victims wife called the Menefee home and asked them to check on her husband when he did not return from the i be freed of price Richard McLaren dangled a saying busi nessmen who are the most IVY HONEYCUTT about two and onehalf hours after it was found near a rock quarry in Kansas Douglas County Sheriff Rex DRURY HONEYCUTT been dead several and ap parently was killed at the scene where she was It is between K32 and the Kansas Bureau of InKansas Turnpike in Kansas vestigation Agent James Wood and near 40lh The and a Kansas City detective left the Lawrence airport by plane about en route to return Honeycutt to Law Honeycutt agreed on Thurs day to waive extradition to Kan sas on the kidnaping He was arrested Wednesday af ternoon charges in of being drunk carrying a concealed Honeycutt has admitted killing the HERMAN Wyan dotte County deputy said Ivy Marie Honeycutt had location is about onequarter of a mile from the location where Drury Honeycutts car was at midmorning Unofficial reports are that the car was noticed early Sat urday morning in the location from which it was towed on Monday The girls body was found by officers in a aruj i who were searching the specific area on what they on termed was a While the brush and trees in the area made ground search See Page 2 Friendliness New Weapon Army Planning To Say Please WASHINGTON AP With their appeal for an injunction still before Supreme Court Chief Justice Warren Bur AP The I do your job without being 8erenvironment groups asked i i i PrPSiHnnt Mivnn tnHuv f n half Nixon Asked To Prevent Atomic Test commanding general here hasBut you can also be a human j President Nixon today to developed a new weapon for he Army just plain friend The whole idea is just to get without becoming buddybuddy with the Tadeusz wife of a mess people to treat others I Some people need a little push with courtesy and to be but if youre al said William Desobry said that approxi mately worth of signs and decals and bumper stickers have been passed out on the They carry such slogans as Courtesy is and Its Fun To Be Desobry sports a small orange Keep Smiling caricature on his Its obvious to me that this is one of the finest installations in the he And we live in a part of the country thats friendly as heck to the that understands and respects Theres nothing wrong with competitive will be the first to I Patrick Smith said of the You can ready you dont need to be reminded by a cam Desober has tried before to make Army life more agree able for his At he built patios so troops could get out of the stifling heat of the mess Id go home and sit out on my patio with a beer and I if I do why shouldnt my soldiers We can still make a guy tough and ready to without having to practice Theres been only one bad ex perience so far in the cam A sign reading Friendliness is Fort Knox was hung on the highway bridge near the its halt the planned nuclear test at Am chitka Burger was expected to rule later in the day on their re quest that he bar the test long enough to allow a full court re in a full page ad in the New York the eight groups cited an appeals court opinion that there is a substantial question as to the legality of the proposed In the interests of the groups urged we respectfully request that you stay the Cannikin test until the courts can rule on these impor tant An adminis tration that believes in the rule of law should do no Edward R said 34 senators have joined him in a telegram to Nixon urging cancellation of the Kxpertenrei personal service Rmnsey Funeral 84 at   

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