Zanesville Times Recorder, November 14, 1974

Zanesville Times Recorder

November 14, 1974

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The Times Recorder (Newspaper) - November 14, 1974, Zanesville, Ohio Today's Chuckle, Nothing ruins a neighborhood for the average husband like having an enthusiastic gardener moving in. The Times Recorder 110th Year Vol. 318 40 Pages Your "Good Morning" Newspaper Zanesville, Ohio 43701 Thursday, November 14, 1974 Today's Weather FORECAST Light snow likely today, changing to snow flurries. Highs in the 30s. Mostly cloudy with chance of snow flurries tonight. (Details on Page 12-A) 15 Cents Miners To Vote On Settlement Negotiators Agree On Coal Pact WASHINGTON (UPI) United Mine Workers President Arnold Miller Wednesday night announced agreement had been reached three year contr- covering miners who have been on strike since Tuesday. The pact is subject to an up or down vote by the 'membership The -new agreement, a complete write through of an expired contract, includes pay Energy Effort Backed WASHINGTON (UPI) The administration announced ten- tative plans' Wednesday to speed up offshore leasing-for oil and gas exploration "as the "best hope" for boosting energy supplies. President Ford and his top energy adviser. Interior Secre- tary Rogers C.B. Morton, announced the proposed leasing schedule for 1975-78 at a White House meeting with governors and governors-elect of Atlantic, Pacific and gulf coastal states. Ford and Morton promised- "close cooperation" with states to minimize environmental or economic harm. We must adopt rigorous conversation Ford said. "But it is clear that regardless of what con- servation steps we take and what eventual long-range energy policy we adopt, in the near term we must increase our domestic production of oil and gas." Ford said offshore lands with their rich oil and gas deposits are "the best hope" for boosting domestic energy sup- plies "during the years when we need it most." "The outer continental shelf can supply this energy with less damage to the environment and at a lower cost to the United States economy than any other he said. Interior Department spokes- men said the new leasing timetable had been released "for interim planning purposes only" and no sale would be held "until after environmental im- pact statements are published and additional public hearings held for each area involved." raises, sick pay, cost of living allowances, pension increases, and will also provide more mining jobs. The tentative settlement was reached shortly after 7 p.m. following an all day bargaining session with negotiators for the Bituminous Coal Operators Association. Miller then worked on a statement for .release to newsmen. Miller said he was confident that the strike would last only two weeks, indicating he ex- pected no problem in obtaining membership ratification of the settlement. It will take an estimated 10 days or so to complete a ratification vote. The pay increase and cost of living adjustments were expect- ed to raise top rated miners to a day from the present scale of about Among other provisions, the contract would provide for five days of paid sick leave, .two floating vacation days and an increase of the union welfare- royalty from 80 cents a ton at present to by the end of the contract period. The break-through came about 48 hours after the previous contract had expired and some miners went on strike in 25 stales. In that short period, the coal strike had already begun to cause spin-off unemployment in related indus-' tries. Yasser Arafat, PLO leader, gestures with his, left hand, right hand and then both hands as he addresses the U.N. General Assembly Wednes- day. In a lengthy speech, Arafat called for self determination 'for the Palestine people, their right to return to their homeland and the estab- lishment of a Palestinian National Authority. News Digest Makarios Plans Return WASHINGTON (UPI) Archbishop Makarios said Wednesday he planned to return to Cyprus "in the next few weeks as president." Jackson Eyes Decision LONDON (UPI) Sen. Henry M. Jackson, D-Wash.. said Wednesday he will decide "very shortly" on whether to try for the Democratic nomination for president in 1976. Job Problem Cited COLUMBUS (UPI) State Corrections Chief Bennett Cooper said Wednesday the "lack of meaningful employment is a major cause of the failure" of many ex-offenders to adjust when they are released. PLO Denounced COLUMBUS (UPI) The Columbus Jewish Federation said Wednesdav representatives of the Palestine Liberation Organization who are to appear before the United Nations were a terrorist murder gang" which was "allowed to bomb, massacre and hijack its way into the United Nations' chambers. Auxiliary Bishop Named CINCINNATI (UPI) Rev- Daniel E. Pilarczyk, 40, Tuesday was named auxiliary bishop for the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Cincinnati by Pope Paul VI. Mohican Lodge Honored COLUMBUS (UPI) The Ohio Parks and Recreation Association has selected Mohican Stale Park Lodge as the state's outstanding new park facility, it was announced Wednesday. Slump Spares Tires AKRON Ohio been osked to report whether he might be able to Icstirv at a site near his home or whether he could give a sworn deposition under condi- Ijcms ihai would "avoid serious nsk of injury lo his health." The doctors have been told to secure Ihe approval of Nixon or his attorney prior to any examination of his nvxlical records or his person. ;