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Steubenville Herald Star (Newspaper) - December 1, 1973, Steubenville, Ohio STEUBENVILLE HERALDSTAR 153 Compftft Nfcwi Coverage of Mingo Junction and the TriState Area PHONE 2825311 DECEMBER 1973 26 PAGES ic Weekly by Copy Joc Carrier Daily DAVID GURION DEAD AT Gas Oil Cost Rise Loom Closer WASHINGTON AP It may be only a matter of time before gasoline is rationed and home heating oil prices take a flying says an informed administration The source said President Nixon and his Energy Emer gency Action Group decided Friday to have plans drawn up on which perhaps next could be Shultz Vote Only Treasury Secretary George Shultz voted against the move to complete gasoline rationing the source The group generally agreed there was virtually no chance of getting a high gaso line tax through as Shultz would In a public statement follow ing Fridays the White House urged power plants burn Ing oil to switch to coal if they But In seven coal executives said there Is little or no available coal for new A source said the Cabinetlev el energy group envisioned re ductions of 30 per cent in gaso line use by private automobiles and 20 per cent by other ve The deep cuts are demanded by the administrations basic petroleum strategy of shifting refinery production from gaso line to fuel One obstacle to the shift is the higher profit provided by gasoline Freeze Proposed An Informed source said the Cost of Living Council Friday proposed freezing the price ceiling on while ap proving price increases of 3 to 6 cents per gallon on distillate including home heating and diesel and jet The Cabinet group told the COLC to come back Tuesday with a final plan for a deci sion on ener gy adviser John Love an three major oil companies announced price in creases of 2 to cents per gallon on gasoline and 2 to cents per gallon on home heat ing Other companies also expected to raise prices Love said the absolute ne cessity of gasoline rationing has not now been construc tively But he said planning for ra tioning continues with addi tional studies still to be pre sented for final That also would be discussed when the group meets next a source Coupon Selling He said the group appeared to lean toward a gasoline ratio ning plan providing for ration coupons that could be sold by their owners openly at what ever price a purchaser would two more air lines announced Eastern Airlines laid off 360 blaming the fuel and said it would seek per mission from the Civil Aero nautics Board to make cuts in Ozark Air Lines cut its flight schedule effective Saturday and promised more cuts in Nixon Has Funds In Rebozo Bank WASHINGTON AP Soon tobereleased data on Presi dent Nixons personal finances will disclose he has periodically Surchased certificates of depos in a bank headed by friend Bebe sources One White House in confirming the presidential pur said there is nothing unusual about it The President placed dollars Into certificates of deposit after sale of property so that be did not have an excessively large checking the official rIts just like a savings Offered by most cer tificates of deposit pay a Senate Votes Large Social Security Hike WASHINGTON AP The Senate has voted over whelmingly to increase Social Security benefits 11 per cent and set up a system of grants for lowincome working fami The 668 vote Friday night gent the legislation to confer ence with the which also has approved an 11 per cent acrosstheboard boost in Social Security payments for the 30 million persons now on the The House provisions were in bill than the one cleared by the Russell manager of the Senate said he was confident a com promise would be sent to Presi dent Nixon before the 1973 ses lion The Senate debated the legis lation for three adding dozens of provisions including billion worth of new Social Security In the measure con tains many revisions of the wel fare system that are not in the House version The most important of these would set up work bonus pay ment to lowincome families with which could be i3 much as a Garys Western Cafe music by t to Velvet 10 to 2 Dance to Holiday 4th StT Open 11 to 5 slightly higher interest rate than savings but the purchaser must agree to keep a certain amount of money usually multiples of or more on deposit for a speci fied One source said Nixon pur chased a certificate of deposit from Re bozos Key bank on has re newed it periodically and still holds This disclosure came within hours after a bank vice presi Thomas con firmed such a Nixon purchase without giving a specific Both Walcefield and the White House official denied there was a link between Nixons pur chase and given Re bozo by industrialist Howard who described the money as a campaign contribu has said he kept it in a safe deposit box for three years before returning it earlier this Documents in a Hughes legal proceeding indicate that Rebozo received the in two installments the first in late 1969 and the second in 1970 The September 1969 date cited by the sources was within five months after Nixon sold his New York City apartment for a profit and his in terest in a Rebozoheaded real estate corporation for a It also was two months after Nixon purchased his San Cle on he made a down His two key Biscayne homes had been pur chased earlier in December House Okays Defense Funds WASHINGTON AP ing aside a proposed spending cut and retaliation against the Arab oil the House has passed a billion defense appropriation An amendment to cut the active military force by men and women also was rejected before the bill was 336 to Friday and sent to the The amendment to prohibit use of any of the money on pro grams benefiting Arab nations so long as the oil boycott lasts was proposed by Robert who said the boycott will bring this country to a halt very Guilty Plea Entered By Egil Krogh WASHINGTON AP Egil Krogh who has pleaded guilty to conspiracy in the Ells berg says he will tell the Watergate grand jury what he knows about And District Judge John Sirica will begin listening to the White House Watergate tapes Monday in preparation for sending them to the grand Buzhardt In Charge the White House said special counsel Fred Buzhardt remains in charge of the Watergate case for Presi dent although changes are being made in the legal Is the former boss of the White House plumbers unit which authorities say bur glarized the office of Daniel Ellsbergs psychiatrist two years Pie pleaded guilty Friday to a single count of conspiring to violate the civil rights of the Lewis Field The maximum penalty would be 10 years in jail and a District Judge Gerhard Gesell said he would pass sentence in six or seven In return for the special Watergate prosecutor Leon Ja worski agreed to drop two ear lier federal charges of lying to the grand Krogh agreed to cooperate with Jaworski and to give full and truthful dis closure of all relevant informa tion and documents in his pos He asked to be excused from testifyinguntil after he has been to avoid the impression he was seeking to get off Jaworski agreed to Secret Gift In Los Joseph Busch said he plans to call Krogh as a witness in burglary and conspiracy trial of John former White House domestic and plumbers How ard Hunt and Gordon The trial is set for In another development re lated to charges of scandal in the Nixon Chi cago architect Lester Knight said he secretly contributed to the Presidents 1972 campaign after his firm re ceived a But he said the two have no con nection Cambodian Government Loses Post PHNOM PENH AP Rebel forces attacked and over ran a government outpost 28 miles west of Phnom Penh to causing considerable loss es in men and field reports A casualty count was not immediately It was the second government position lost in two and the fourth since Vihear 12 miles northeast of Phnom was overrun Fri and more than 600 soldiers and civilians were reported dead or The sister towns of Srang and Tram 25 miles southeast of tlis were captured ear lier in The village overrun today Was Ror In the South Vietnam ese command said North Viet namese infantry led by six tanks attacked a South Viet namese battalion along the Cambodian border about 125 miles north of The chief spokesman for the Le Trung said government soldiers using antitank weapons knocked out two Sovietbuilt T54 There was no word of The reported assault was near Bu one of three gov ernment outposts overrun by North Vietnamese forces in the first week of One of the Dak was re captured Enjoy Italian Smorgasbord 1 to Hollywood Sunset El Toro Supper ClubWellsville The No cover Octopus The Rock AWARD Mamie Eisenhower presents the Eisenhower Medallion to Donald Hall of Kansas in Washington Hall was chosen to receive the award because of his contributions to international understand AP Wirephoto Senate Ready For Session On Sunday WASHINGTON AP The federal governments debt is billion over the legal limit and the Senate is preparing for its first Sunday session in 112 years all because of a tangle created by an election reform Despite the governments technical officials said bonds and other govern ment debts could be paid off over the next few days out of about billion in cash on Some congressional action is likely before any real financial crisis The situation results from the Senates decision earlier in the week to attach a broad meas ure for public financing of res idential and congressional cam paigns to a bill extending and raising the legal debt The House balked at the pro vision for congressional elec A proposed compromise limiting the bill to presidential elections primaries ran into a filibuster Friday by James Allen blocked action to send the entire package to a Senate House conference Even before the current debt ceiling law expired at both houses had the House until Monday and the Senate until Earlier in the Democrat ic Leader Mike Mansfield moved force winning approval of sessions today and the latter by a vote of 59 to If the Sunday session comes the Senate will vote at 11 EST on a cloture This would restrict debate and force action on the move to send the package to Democratic leaders were doubtful they could succeed in the first effort to gain the needed twothirds cloture vote but planned a second attempt The last time the Senate met on a Sunday was on March on the eve of Abraham Lincolns Robert the assistant Democratic said he expects far more than the 51 senators needed to do Several senators canceled outoftawn Hussein Demands Arab Concession By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS King Hussein said today there must be Arab agreement that Jordan represents the Pal estinians in its occupied territo ry and a pledge they will be allowed a free vote on their fu ture before Jordan gives final agreement to take part in Middle East peace He also called for com mitment by Egypt and Syria that there be no weakening of the demand for total Israeli withdrawal from all occupied territories through making it withdrawal from certain parts Jordanian officials have been concerned about reports that the Hebron area of the west bank might go to Israel in a peace Hussein was speaking in Am man at the opening session of Jordans which he stressed represented Palestin ians both in east Jordan and on the occupied west In military Israel has accused Egypt of launching at tacks on three points of the west bank of the Suez the latest in a series of shooting incidents since the Middle East On the diplomatic the chief of the peacekeepng force continues his efforts to get the IsraeliEgyptian cease fire talks The Israeli command said the Egyptian thrusts Friday were repelled after artillery and mortar No casu alties were Two of the incidents were near Little Bitter and the third was in Sinai territory occupied by the Egyptian the Is raelis Finnish Ensio Sii commander of the met for an hour Friday in Cairo with Egyptian War Minister Ahmed Ismail in an effort to get ceasefire talks back on the He then flew to and a spokesman said he would meet Sunday with Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Egyptian Mo hamed elGamasy broke off the desert talks with Israeli Aharon Yariv on Thurs They had been meeting at Kilometer 101 on the CairoSuez News Briefs Oak Glen Band Chosen For Festival The Oak Glen High School marching has been selected to appear in the annual Cherry Blossom Festival next Robert Mollo said The 90member band was chosen by the Downtown Jaycees of which organizes the festival Mollohan The Oak Glen band is directed by Larry Wheeling Woman Found Innocnet AP An Ohio County Intermediate Court jury has acquitted Mrs Barbara Key of murder in the July 3 shooting death of her The not guilty verdict Friday evening followed a weeklong trial in which testified that her husband John forced her to submit to numerous unnatural sexual acts but never denied that she had shot him to a white took the stand Thursday and She said she never intended to kill him and related an incident which police said apparently triggered the Rockefeller Bone Find Claimed Weather Clear and cold Lows from the upper teens to upper fair and Highs from the low 40s to low Temperature at Steubenville filtration plant 11 37 Fri days high 46 low Thailand AP A German television team plans to leave Thailand Sunday with what it claims are the bones of New York Nelson Rockefellers son the Bangkok Post The Post said a Dutch missionary in New Guinea led the team to the remains of young Rockefel who vanished during a jungle photo expedition there in November 1961The Germans reportedly traded some pocket knives and other items for the niones and will turn the remains over to German Airplane Hijack Attempt Fails Switzerland AP A Swiss described as mentally tried to day to hijack a Swiss airplane with 145 passengers aboard as the jetliner approached Gen officials Israels ExLeader Loses Fight AVIV AP David Israels founding father and its first died today two weeks after he suffered a paralyzing cerebral He was His family and close friends were by his side in the Sheba Medical Center of Tel Hash omer hospital when doctors pronounced him dead at 11 local time 4 He had held the premiership twice and resigned for the last time in As premier and defense he led Israel through the 1948 war of inde pendence and the 1956 Suez He died in the wake of the fourth war between Israel and the just as the hostile sides were taking their first tentative steps toward direct BenGurion retired from pub lic life in Since he had been working 15 hours a day on a history of Israels ear ly usually writing at his prefabricated cottage at a kibbutz in the Negev as Israelis knew last appeared in public at Is raels 25th anniversary celebra tion in hunched in the grandstand wearing an Israeli farmers BenGurion had been in fail ing health for more than a year and was hospitalized twice be fori his final He suffered a cerebral he morrhage on 18 in his Tel Aviv He rallied at first under aroundtheclock inedical but his con dition began to deteriorate 23 with a drop in pulse and blood During the first week after his he received numer ous highranking including Premier Golda President Nixon had cabled BenGurion Now that peace has I anticipate the day you will see it materialize with your own At the time BenGurion his grandson Alon BenGurion was being treated for leg wounds suffered in the October He also is survived by two BenXJurion will be buried be side his wife Paula at Sde Bo qer in the Negev But first his body will lie in state in the Israeli the and the government will honor him with a state fu who as early as 1907 urged Jews in Palestine to arm themselves against the declared an independent Jewish state there 41 years lat He was the nations dominant figure during its first 15 BenGurion resigned as pre mier in 1963 and quit the Knes or Israeli sev en years His leonine visage beneath twin tufts of white hair his name is Hebrew for Son of a Lion Cub became as well known in his day as Charles de Gaulles profile or Winston Churchills BenGurion retired to a clut tered study at his home in Sde a kibbutz in the Negev and quietly switched from making history to writing it 11 volumes on Israels ear ly He rarely emerged from the in which a large portrait of his late wife and a map of Israel hung over worn furniture and a vase of roses set off an array of awards and me On his a Bible and a bottle of apple juice al ways stood among the scat tered In an interview on his 86th birthday last BenGurion said the Jewish state he de clared in 1948 actually began in when French Jews opened an agricultural school near Tel Aviv to teach the Jews to work the land and rebuild our in todays HeialdStar Airport authorities said the man agreed to let all passen gers and most of the crew leave the plane after it An hour after the plane land the man was still officials Amusements Ann Landers Bridge Church News Comics Crossword Puzzle Deaths Page Horoscope Sports Television Womens Pages 18 20 17 2 25 25 3 6 5 It 19
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