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   Steubenville Herald Star (Newspaper) - June 14, 1973, Steubenville, Ohio                                STEUBENVILLE HERALDSTAR 7 Ntwi Coverage of Wf Junction anil fftt Arto PHONE 2825311 JUNE 1973 40 PAGES IN 3 SECTIONS Copy Owl 70ft uc Second Try On Vietnam Falls Short SAIGON AP Henry Kissinger appears to have gone home from Paris short of his goal of strengthening the Viet nam ceasefire set tling for unwritten under standings that could doom it This was the impression giv en at a news conference today by Foreign Minister Tran Van although he did not say so 2 Major Issues But Lam acknowledged that the joint communique signed by the United North and South Vietnam and the Viet Cong in Paris Wednesday failed Cong Calls Truce SAIGON AP The Viet Cong has issued a ceasefire or der to its units in South Vietnam to take effect at noon Friday Saigon time midnight Thursday EOT the Viet Cong radio reported to address itself to two major issues that would appear to block a realistic truce presence of North Viet namese troops in South Viet nam and their continued infil presence of North Viet namese and Viet Cong troops in Cambodia andLaos and major bases which could be used to encroach upon South Secret Lam indicated that Kissinger had made a secret under standing with Hanois Le Due Tho on these issues but said its substance would have to be dis closed by A similar understanding was said to have been made the time the original ment was The joint like the original makes no provision for withdrawal of an estimated North Vietnamese troops from South Restates Article On Cambodia and the new accord restates Article 20 of the original which says the signers will re spect their refrain from using their territory and put an end to all military activ ities The article has been bombing in Cambodia is nearing its 100th successive According to in telligence up to 000 North Vietnamese troops remain in Laos arid most of them engaged in logis tics support for Communist forces in South Commerce Highlight Summit WASHINGTON AP Pres ident Nixon and Soviet Commu nist leader Leonid Brezhnev are expected to concentrate on arms limitations and closer economic ties in their working summit meeting that opens here next officials caution in ad vance that Brezhnevs June 18 26 visit is not likely to produce any major breakthroughs com parable to the agreement on defensive weapons signed by Nixon when he visited the So viet Union last For they would be surprised if Nixon and Brezh nev accomplished anything spectacular on the Middle where war and peace are con sidered to remain very much in the hands of the Arab and Some halfdozen pacts will be ready for announcement during the but they are rela tively minor in In a Wednesday night speech devoted mainly to the Nixon said of the summit I can confidently predict that out of our meetings will come ma jor new progress toward reduc ing both the burden of arms anl the danger of war Nixon and Brezhnev hope to decided on the broad directions that should be taken at Salt the nowrecesSed negotiations in Geneva on offensive And they would like to find ways to improve trade between their two although the President does not have to remind the Soviet leader that Congress will have the final Brezhnevs visit is in return for Nixons trip to Brezhnevs arrival date is still up in the although Monday is set at the official opening of the He could come here Saturday or Sunday and stay either at Camp David or Blair across from Pennsylvania Avenue from the White before seeing Nix Magruder Follows Stans With Conflicting Story WASHINGTON AP Jeb Stuart Magruder today con fessed to involvement in the planning and coverup of the Watergate but said President Nixon had no knowledge of our effort in this Magruders public admission came in a brief prepared state ment he read to the televised hearings of the Senate Water gate He said he Was willing to take the con sequences of his we made tome mistakes in the campaign which led to a major national Magruder He said he takes full responsibility for his own Magruder said as far as he during the entire period of the Watergate planning and at no time did the President liave any knowledge of our errors in this He had confidence in his aides and some of us failed Magruder testifying with limited immunity from prose cution for what he says to the Senate told the committee he would name oth ers who participated with him in the The Chicago Tribune reported today that Magruder already has told committee investiga tors that Mitchell gave Stans the complete story behind Wa tergate a week after the break Magruder said Stans was filled in on detailr at a meeting in Mitchells office last June one week after the Watergate the Tribune Stans has denied any part in the attempt to cover up the and said most of his information about Watergate came from news Once a Nixon campaign depu Magruder admitted plan ning the Watergate wiretapping with former John ousted White House Counsel John Dean III and convicted conspirator Gor don according to a sworn account by former presi dential adviser John Eh Nixon Uses 60Day Freeze To Build Newer Controls Retail Prices Pay Not Included ORDERS President Nixon poses for pictures last nightfollowing this address on the The President or dered a freeze on retail prices tout rents and raw farm He also promised a tougher Phase 4 to down inflation 4 Questioned In Removal Of Car Tires Four area men are being held for questioning by Steubenville police in connection with two separate incidents of tires being removed early today from a car parked on the south side of the Standard Safety 247 6th Police recovered the four tires John of Linden and Robert of Grandview Mingo were arrested in the first incident involving three tires at Zimmerman was charged with leaving his car keys in his Paul of 5th and Robert of 8th were arrested at in connection with the removal of another In the first police said they saw Zimmerman jacking up a Cadillac on the south side of the He Turn to Page 5 Election Settled Taken News Briefs Slippery Parkway Blamed For Crash PITTSBURGH AP A state police preliminary report indicates that a bus crash in nearby Greentree in which a 6yearold Ohio boy was killed and 30 other passengers injured was caused by hazardous road The road is like a sheet of ice when it is said a state who indicated that no charges would be Killed in the crash was Robert Ball who had accompanied his father from their home in to Pittsburgh on a business Gannett To Buy Marietta Daily Times NEW AP The plans to acquire its first after noon daily paper in The Marietta Daily Final closing on the stock transaction involving the paper and its broadcast 5KW is expected within a few the company said The addition will expand Gannett holdings to 54 dailies in 17 states and the island of A Gannett spokesman said the present management of the Times would continue under the direction of president of the Times Ohio Ohio Senate ordered a new election in a disputed 1972 Sen ate race and received a bill that would create a commission to set up a state The fastbreaking legislative day also saw the House ap prove a bill permitting Sunday horse It now goes to the House Refused The Senate accepted the lot tery bill after the House re fused to pass as an emergency another implementation bill that would have named a com mission to than The Senate voted 1715 along lines on a resolution to declare vacant the seat held by Gene D26 and order a new election in 1974 for the remaining two years of the Under Senate Slagle could not vote on the He joined fellow Democrats in posing acceptance of the report of a select committee which studied the That issue passed the margin Re Eublicans hold in the 33mem er The resolution retains Slagle a provisional basis until he or a successor is elected in No He was seated provisionally last Defeated Turner The Galion auctioneer de feated veteran Republican in cumbent Robin Turner of Marion by 155 votes last No Turner challenged the contending were not properly rotated in Marion The district in cludes eight counties or parts of Slagle indicated he would file court action but said where the suit would be filed depended on his He contends the improper rotation was not serious enough to warrant a new Fastest Way Stanley R8 who chaired the se lect committee that studied briefs and testimony taken by the Ohio Supreme said he thought the proposal was the fastest way of solving the including David D28 Barber also a committee claimed the Senate was inter ferring with an election process where the seated legislator had officially obtained the most Do Nothing or Confirm Either do nothing or con firm the election Headley Paul R2 Port said the improper rotation was a constitutional The for the second time within a refused to put an emergency clause in the lottery The vote was 5540 in but 66 favorable thirds of the mem Without the emergency the commission could not begin studying lottery pro posals until 90 days after the bill was signed into Spon sors fear it could delay a lot tery until next WASHINGTON AP Pres ident Nixon has frozen all con sumer prices for 60 jolt ing an inflationplagued econo my with a surprise shock treat ment while buying time to build a tougher wageprice control Wages were not frozen by the Neither were interest and dividends or raw agricultural products at the farm All Other Prices But Nixon told the nation in a te 1 e v i s i o nradio address Wednesday night that all other prices paid for goods and serv ices during the next two months cannot exceed prices that prevailed in the June 18 base Congressional action is re quired for proposed export con trols and other supporting ele ments of the Presidents fourth attempt in two years to curb in flationary But the price freeze went into effect Wednesday night when he signed an executive Unless lifted the freeze expires By Nixon he will have ready a new and more effective sys tem of controls to replace Phase limited system Higihlights Of Address WASHINGTON AP in are highlights of Presi dent Nixons speech announcing new economic freeze on all re tail prices for a maximum of 60 with a prohibition against charging more than the max imum prices in effect during June Only raw agricultural prices were allowing a farmer to sell his produce at any price he can obtain in the market Present controls on interest and dividends were not Rents free from controls in January remain free of President did not impose a freeze on wage in promising there would be none as long as wage settle ments remain responsible and EXPORTS Congress was asked to grant new authority to the President to impose export particularly on food products whose prices might be pushed up because of foreign Nixon asked again for congressional authority to selectively reduce tariffs for such items as plywood and He renewed his re quests for power to sell more surplus commodities held in governmental ordered thor ough financial audits of com panies that have raised prices more than per cent above January He said that if price increases were not jus tified by rising the prices will be rolled County Boards Cautioned On Hiring Of Personnel Cable Cars Stall 38 Stranded In HeraldSUr AP Thirtyeight persons in cluding a baby were stranded overnight in two cable cars high above Authorities said they were in no The two cars used to carry passengers to the summit of nearby Sandia Peak stopped when a gust of wind lifted them from the drive cable Wednes day state police The two cars were still sus pended from guide cables and there was no danger of their falling to the police Officers said a power failure occurred about the same time a gust of wind lifted the cars off of the djrive Thunder showers were moving through the area at the Amusements Ann Landers Bridge Comics Crossword Puzzle Doctors Cornet Deaths Editorial Page Horoscope Sports Television Womens Page 24 13 25 31 31 23 4 6 15 21 25 10 Three Jefferson County boards received letters today from the Jefferson County Republican Executive Com cautioning the board memberships on the hiring of Letters were mailed to the Children Services the Jefferson County Board of Mental Retardation and the Jefferson County Mental Health and Mental Retardation 648 The text of the signed by Jean GOP is as follows It has been brought to my attention that certain discriminatory practices have been used in the hiring of personnel by your I would like to call to your attention the fact that your board is financed by tax monies whether it be by special local state or federal it persons political affiliation should not be a qualification for As a concerned person I am sure that you are interested in assuring the citizens of Jef ferson County that all ap plications will receive impartial It is an accepted fact that many jobs are purely political in the boards that you represent dp in my fall into this The personnel required for this very special type of work should be selected for their specific talents and professional Old Farm Inn Dance Nile 9 To Joe Gibson The Purple Plum Nite Club which his economic advisers admitted was a Tighter Standards Phase 4 Nixon will involve tighter standards and more mandatory com pliance procedures than under Phase 3 and will include spe cial measures to stabilize retail food and gasoline Members Congress had mixed reactions to the Presi dents William D of the Joint Economic voiced some reservations but said he would withdraw for 90 days his pending Senate amendment to freeze prices and con sumer interest Republicans generally sup ported the Right on said House GOP Lead er Gerald Less Enthusiastic Democrats were less enthu Im fearful that it may not be broad said House Speaker Carl Leading economists were Too too too com too said noted economist Eliot Its a definite improve said top University o Pennsylvania Lawrence Nixon told the nation in his 15minute address from the that the economy is are in the middle of one of the strongest booms in our Fond Blamed But for a variety of he prices are going up at unacceptably high rates and the great part of this increase is due to rising food He then outlined his price freeze as part of what he called bold yet sensible policies to meet our temporary prob Other elements of the Presidents program include urgent request for Con gress to give me the new and moreflexible authority needed to impose export controls on products such as grain and ani mal allocating the products of Americas farms between markets abroad and those in the United we must put the American con sumer he Value Of Dollar Mixed In Trade LONDON AP The dollar moved sharply higher in Landpn today but lost small fractions in other European centers as money markets stud ied President Nixons latest antiinflation The dollar jumped nearly half a cent when the London foreign exchange market The pound was quoted at But local factors may have played a The pound weakened Wednesday against the dollar because oJ disappointing British foreign trade the worst in three the dollar was marginally weaker at the Dealers in Paris and Frankfurt said it was too early to expect any market reaction to the Nixon including his price freeze of up to 60 Weather Clear and cool tonight lows from the mid 70s to mid sunny and mild Friday highs from the mid 70s to mid The North Ohio Valley Air Authority issued an index read ing of considered Winds are from the 03 miles per Temperatures at 11 to day at Steubenville filtration 70 Wednesday 81 Wednesday Fabs Dance Nite To Howdy Grant The Pottery Spelling Bee Champ WASHINGTON AP rie of Fort won the 46th Annual Na tional Spelling Bee Shs spelled onomastics to eliminate her last competitor and spelled vouchsafe to clinch the Shaver Repair 16th Holiday   

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