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   Manitowoc Herald Times (Newspaper) - March 21, 1972, Manitowoc, Wisconsin                               TWO SECTIONS 20 Pages MANTTOWOC HERALD-TIMES Vol. 74-No. 198 Second Class postage paid at Manitowoc, Viis. MANITOWOC, WIS., TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 1972 Price Fifteen Cents ITT Finds 'Genuine' Memo by Mrs. Beard _ am _ M _ _ neison rroposes newrm BIII to Slash State Property Tax RECOVER BODIES Rescue workers bring a body down from Mt. Fuji, Japan, Tuesday after an avalanche killed 19 climbers. Police said another six were still missing in the worst disaster to hit the tourist attraction since World War II. About 80 men and women were on the mountain when the avalanche struck. (AP Wirephoto via cable from Tokyo) 19 Mountain Climbers Die in Avalanche TOKYO (AP) At least 118 persons were killed and 22 are ViiJlViJ.MV _ ucu reported missing in blizzards 'of Maine bat- and storms that swept parts of ties two Democratic rivals Muskie Battles Democratic Rivals in Illinois Primary CHICAGO (AP) Sen. Ed- By RICHARD J. IMALOY Herald-Times Reporter ashington Bureau WASHINGTON Sen. Gay-1 lord Nelson Tuesday proposed' a tax leiorm bill wnich would1 increase me ieaeral tax bite but lower local property taxes. i If his bill becomes law, prop- erty taxes in Wisconsin could be slashed by one third, Nelson es- timated. The Wisconsin Democrat called for hiking federal tax rates and closing loopholes to raise an additional billion each year. He would distribute this to states and localities on a popu- 1 a t i o n basis. Tne Wisconsin share would oe S344 million. Nelson's bill was offered as an alternative to local property tax relief measures being con- jsicfered by the Nixon Aaminis- Itration, notably a national sales 'tax called the Value Added !Tax. Add to Burden Nelson said the Value Added! Tax "will add "substantially to the already onerous tax burden on lower and middle-income people." He also charged that the ex- isting local, state and federal tax structures places a dispro-l MRfi PRISONERS ESCAPE Box locates the Hamilton county jail in Cincinnati, Ohio, where 25 prisoners escaped Monday night. Four of the prisoners were women, according to of- ficials. Many of them were armed with pistols. The building, located in downtown Cincinnati, also houses court facilities. (AP Wirephoto Map) OU.UV.LIUCS jjiciuca a. uisuru-1 A i da, where he ran a fourth withlMcCarthy-McGovern tandem or t i o n a t e burden on theiOverpOWCr Guards Q T f nl iv.nn-nnn Japan during the weekend hoh- dual presidential pri- 11 I It f- JtiiiiiWAM UJ. IJi J- day_eelebratmg e amval contests today, seeking a boost for his shaken White House campaign in the crowded elections ahead. Two million Illinois voters were-expected to cast ballots, well over half of them in the spring. Nineteen mountain climbers died on Mt. Fuji, Japan's high- est peak, "where heavy rain and winds up to 90 miles an hour triggered an avalanche. Six other climbers are missing. It was the worst mountain climb- ing disaster on the mountain since World War II. 9 per cent. In the Democratic preference j contests. i the preferential and delegate. average wage earner. Nelson proposed a long list of race, the stakes were only psy-i _ A big, two-way showing in II-j changes in federal tax laws to chological. McCarthy said heilinois would give Muskie a bad- expected to get at least 30 perllv needed lift as he heads into cent of the vote. "Anybody Wisconsin for an April 4 pri- ought to get 30 per he mary that matches the entire said on election eve. Needed Lift bring in the additional bil- lion. They included: Repealing generous deprecia- tion allowances given business Democratic field, with 12 candi-i firms, taxing capital gains at _________ (dates on the ballot. death, reducing fat tax allow- Muskie managers aimed for Nobody appears to have ances given the oil industry, in- Democratic primary. jat least a 65 per cent Ioulld natlonal issue to turm creased gift and estate taxes, The primary-matched Muskie j against what they considered nprnnprats m nimms in nf former Sen. Eugene J. Police said 12 fishermen were McCarthy of Minnesota in a drowned and nine others wereiPresldential preference poll presumed dead following theiand Muskie. Sen. George sinking of their fishing boat off of South Dakota and! the Dan jo Islands west of jan uncommitted slate of candi-j Kyushu, the southernmost main dates a contest for 160 of thel Gloomy Japanese island. Authorities said 85 persons died Sunday the Democrats in Illinois. In .substitution of a tax credit Mondf.y' (Turn to Page 2-M, Col. 4) [sounded the national unity ______6 j theme he has stressed through-' out his campaign. Okay ReCOOnitlOn ''We must find what will ;unite us and get us moving in Or same he said Cincinnati Jail Escapees Sought 170 Illinois delegates to thej Democratic National Con- and Monday in traffic dents. Daley's Lead CINCINNATI, Ohio (AP) The FBI was asked today to join in a search for 25 prison- ers, four of them charged with [murder, who escaped from the j Hamilton Countv jail in down- j'-That is the main challenge ofj WASHINGTON (AP) The town Cincinnati "Monday night. Senate passed by voice vote to- The inmates, including four .dav a resolut'on calling for U.S.jwomen, overpowered guards McCarthy, who has spent an'recognition of the new nation of land obtained handguns in flee- Gloomy weather conditions estimated on his first Bangladesh, formerly East ling the sixth-floor lockup in ci- Prevails jthis campaign." No Clear Position Crown Regent Fired by Greek Junta 4f Ipast half HIP I oomy weaer contons and probablv more ar? S'iprevailed Tuesday, marring the campaign venture of 1972. "Pf6' are voi.n? sm-incr cpacnn oeated his comnaints that Mus-! With c vilian clothes. the start of the break. The FBI was asked to help after officials said a federal charge of unlawful flight to avoid confinement could be filed against escapees. Says Claim Is Absurd Committee Gets Important New Evidence From ITT WASHINGTON (AP) Inter- national Telephone Telegraph Corp. says it has discovered the "genuine" memo by lobbyist Dita Beard, but an associate of columnist Jack Anderson calls the ITT claim absurd ITT said Monday that it has turned over to the Senate Judiciary Committee "impor- tant evidence that the so- called Beard memorandum of Mr. Jack Anderson was a fraud." Th e committee is in- jvestigating suggestions by An- 'derson that ITT won favorable settlement of an antitrust ac- tion by pledging heavy finan- cial support for the Republican National Convention in San Diego. To support the suggestions, Anderson released copies of a memo he attributed" to Mrs. BeaH of ITT's Washington of- fice, written June 25. 1971. Fraud, Hoax Eishteen days after Anderson released the memo, an affidavit attributed to Mrs. Beard de- scribed the memo as a fraud and a hoax. ITT said Monday that it dis- covered, in the last few days, a memo by Mrs. Beard dated June 25, 1971. The firm said in a statement: "The genuine Beard memorandum Is incon- sistent with the Anderson mem- jorandum." At the same time, TIT re- leased copies of affidavits from Susan Lichtman, Mrs. Beard's former secretary; William R. Merriam, head of the Washing- ton ITT- office, and ITT security administrator Russell J. Tag- liareni, a former FBI agent. Brit Hume, the Anderson as- As the prisoners fled, who said he obtained said, they seized four memo and interviewed Mrs. and a teargas gun. Police at one point arrested i ITT's claim. Beard twice about it, rejected TTT'c. 30 suspects but only one was I 4THENS (AP) -The Greek jpected to be chosen uncom- mitted to any candidate, but set Chicago young sonng season. concurrence bv the Officers initiallv renorted identified as an escapee and] the others were released Mrs To Visit Hospital The National Weather Service kie has no clear position on is-j House, where a similar resqiu-i three escapees were caught but sayg a pregsure system sues tion is pending, resolution H. D. Culler, chief deputy sher- J Dalev d- to _ Ji the George Papadopoulos to re- test, which is not binding, auu place him while retaining capture more delegates than premiership. McGovern. Papadopoulos, Greece's strongman since the April 1967 coup, took over the royal pow- ers of self-exiled King Costan- The question is one of mar- gins, and Muskie needs big ones to regain the campaign momentum he lost in the first s etc hing from the Upper1 ?e mentioned the economy, would express the "sense of iff, said 27 persons made the Great Lakes all the way to and amnesty for Congress" that the United j initial break and only two men wncfni-n js evaders. Muskie has dis-'States should join some 47 recaptured within the jail weather cussed all those topics duringier nations in recognition of mile national campaign nation emerging from the two-] Engineered by 4 the others were released. A taxi driver reported that Beard, who has been in Denver for sev- davs, is expected to be re- atures were combined with scat- McGovern. in DeKalb, India-Pakistan war tered showers Monday The' cused President Nixon of "the December. overcast is to continue Wednes- 1 morl dangerous, demaeogic ad- day with cooler weather moving in. (Turn to Page 2-M, Col. 2) The resolution would not be binding on the President. last1 Culler said the break 'entry was engineered by four when the three escapees forced him to1 leased late this week or over drive them to nearby Dayton, !tne weekend. A judiciary sub- then fled on foot. committee plans to question Seven Jailers her in .the hospital Wednesday. The iail, built for about 175 Tbc w'a? instituted at _ rtiri 1-11 -i n rr 4- n prisoners and that one used a foreign made .32-caliber gun at from GeGeorge ZoHaMs. primaes-New This gives Papadopoulous the'shire, where he won with 464 twojop offices in the nation. ,per cent of the vote, and Flori- 2 Bombs Explode in Londonderry 10 to the north and into i in the extreme south. 5 Lake Michigan shores the maximums were mostlv in the 40s. Monday night the tem- perature range was from near1 30 in the extreme north to near! 50 in the south. The milder temperatures broi'ffht good driving mnditions Mcnitowoc Municipal Field eachers Es housed about 275 break occurred at p.m. Officials said seven iailers, the normal complement for the hour, were on duty. Judue Joseoh Luebbers of Hamilton Cour.ty Municipal Court was working in his fifth floor office and was taken hos- Richard G. Kleindienst, who said he wanted to disprove An- derson's allegations. Anderson had disputed Kleindienst's claim that he had taken no part in the settlement. Kleindienst, a former demity attorney general, has received MANITOWOC Standard' Chairman Daniel Schuster of .manpower to help erect the the state but the Wisconsin steel Industries Inc.. of Three the Cemetery and Parks Com-1 bleachers. tage briefly before being committee approval leased unharmed. A custodian succeed John N. Mitchell a in the courthouse and a night general. _ watchman were tied up and' Democratic Leader robbed, but neither was hurt. Mike .Mansfield has said the Harry CuPer. the jail's chief will not vote on said the tv-pak started nomination until hcos nr -rnerl the committee completes its cos nr -rner ro.- BELFAST (AP) Two 100-. Ten minutes before the bomb re- Rivers. Mich., was awarded a mittee said the Three Rivers The Board of Public Works b'rv 'charae ouW a cili Meanwhile. Anderson protest- und bombs exploded in down- went off in a truck a teieohone hazaraous conditions due contract by the Manitowoc Com- firm submitted a low bid of received bids from a total of hpr nistol on i in ed Mondav that rhe memo he town Londonderry today, but caller warned of ?n ral" mon Council Monday night to S20.043 but tnat S200 vas added five firms. Jo i p "ave the ittpp turned the toll was only a fraction of Church Street As" the crowds' and BayfieW provide permanent wooden for supervising erection. Provisions have Local labor unions reviousl for broadcastin fa that caused by one 100-pounder fled into j bleachers for Municipal Athletic Local labor unions previously for broadcasting facilities in the in a Belfast street Monday. Street the bomb went up there Locally- and creeks are Field on its low adjusted bid of indicated they would donate new bleachers but the facilities "Bu Police in Londonderry said In the wake of the explosion t-he current S20.243. not be completed as part of they were warned in time to leaders of both major British dons "P 1Ce The bleachers will seat slight- g rj (the bid Schuster said herd people away, but the parties warned way to The weather cooperated with ly in of 2-000 Pers0ns a'ld Solely for Footba" Waste caused serious damage 3nd the violence must be found the> callndTr on the to buildings. soon the SDrinslike temperatures on of the field Temporary bleach- Eight persons were treated Labor party leader Harold the first dav of spring e.rs Wl11 continue to be used on a for minor injuries and shcok Wilson said the mood in The outlook for the week is east after the two bombs exploded had worsened "from doubts i oartlv cloudy and wi'h Add S200 in parked automobiles a few and anxiety to that a lows in rm'ri teens to mid ?0s for The new bleachers are of minutes apart. A third smaller still graver situation is on the lows and highs in upper 30s and steel welded construction and bomb exploded in a parcel left point of developing which could lower 40s. It will in a railroad station. engulf not only the danger sunny Friday and Kill Soldier the North but Partly and a" little 16 rov.s of seats measuring 225 The Irish Republican Armv South. feet in length. back and ASHLAND. Wis. ing unPaintcd bleachers of Chippewa Indians plan to Page 2-M, Col. 5) trout in defiance of of the iai] nfice Culler been made pllffc candy from a over to without his con- aVe'1 'n the iail scn'- that the s then 'urned the wapon tf.et document on othor iai'ers and chen ho-d nnto lf- v.cre let out of the cells. The Neutral _ T. nrisorors forced iailers to harH And- Anderson said m a let- Tne bleachers will not be OVPr kcvs doors from {h rer to committee Chairman painted when erected. Plans are then 'he JaiT1PS h D-M-'ss. to the Cemetery and Parks auards' into a storage room ''The Justice Department can Dept. paint the bleachers af'er seized ri'ir 'iard'v d a "pnr-al about two years of weathering. and "one fu >iqtrv in when the Schuster said there was a sav- nri (or o-'fice of its highest ings of about S_.000 by ourchas- women's jailon another section '.ial .is fh" of the m- 'tion In her affidavit. of the floor and four let out killed another British soldier in Three Pay Board Labor Members Reportedly Are Ready to I.V UUiiilfi tllC tugfil., and another bomb exploded in County Down early today. The Provisional wing of the IRA said it killed 19-year-old John Taylor in "retaliation for "the murder civilians by troops." He was the 285th person to die in Northern Ireland's com- WASHINGTON munal warfare since August majority of 1969, and the 28th this month, jbers on President Nixon's An estimated 50 pounds of ge- Board reportedly is on seat on the lignite exploded in a parked car brink of quitting the board to board- and tfle Teamsters un- Bllt; Natural Resources regulations. i Tl-r Pncl Pliff -jpr) pjy er Chippewa voted Monday night to take the action, and said they would even go so far as to open a Milwaukee fish market to sell their fish. The Indians claim treaty rights allow them to capture the fish, although thev are out eason, but Licht- man srid a memo she typed ror Mrs 'sst summer or'''ined i'np material in the version nrirtM hy An- ivit tne portions iir.kir.s: Hie ITT convention to the antitrust settle- ment. Jam's Dead at 60 isn't ready to United Steelworks seat on the Pav view. WASHINGTON (AP) On a wait before voting there, but he to l vote the Supreme Court suggested Tennessee's proper olJlUlIUrieillj iuu t ho share his purchase the trout The local for voting in state and congres- is surely a matter of degree." nS of an h-nrf markets have said, however. sionai elections. he said. 'attack apparent heart source close to Auto whltefish The court, in an opinion de-[ The election's supervisor in Leonard Mon- in the town of Banbridge just House "wage-orice ion also is reluctant to Workers Leonard lu- livored bv Justice Thurgood the Wisconsin secretary of midnight, wrecking a regulations. Quit. The Teamsters and Auto Woodcock said he nnt Cour! said the one-year state's office, Leo Fahpv. said! quu. me icamsiers ana Auto Woodcock said he does no' said tne one-year state's office, Leo Fahpv. said i to walking off Workers are not affiliated with think the labor members will rT 7 'c the .Indianf could barrier did not serve a "com-.the ruling would not affect the an at any time the 13.6-million-member AFL-ireSign Board sh in Lak.e as long as interest of the state Badger State's six-month resi- said onelCI0-- Th.e (ive labor. members; ,.T rinn-f fh- f, t s OMng same methods as and interfered with the right of dency requirement for voter, _., The Weather TTBUIIICF after drapery store and damaging 60 "We're closer other shops. Flving glass gash-'the Pav Board Miar ed several persons, including a since Phase 2 began? laid "one1 The fivfc labor USCa tnte SamC, as, interfered with the right of dencV requirement for policeman, No warning was-high source in the have worked going to their ancestors who obtained citizens to travel and take up eligibility. Pay Board matters. "t il in y ff homos in new states. Currently, 33 states would get it in the eve--------------------- chief Justice Warrcn E Bur. Djstrict flf cmploy a rloudv and cooler with highs in Dies "9r stood aIoPe in dissent. He one-year residence rule. 40s north Iower 50s think it would affect us TT ,disputed that it is a violation of.er 15 states months ijit.p, aUUI L.C IIJ II 1C civen, and it was thei first such which has three members we would ect it _ t explosion in the predominantlv.the labor-industry-public board "I don't believe we're doing worse "the SOUPC-P -aid Protestant town of which, One Pay Board member' much Pood sitting there, and I Th A Sald is 25 miles of Belfast. Floyd Smith of the clnri'f Workers and Showers ending during Tues- night, turning cooler with lows 25 to 32 north and in the arij 30s south. Wednesday mostly elllU ILlc i_ The Machinists and Aero- udeTl !n5'space Workers, said he is ready the 100-pound bomb that killed to vo'e at a labor summit ne six nersons and wounded 146 ing Wednesday to walk off the'AFL- outsido a Protestant newspaper board in Belfast Monday. A high source in much if we Smith said of his desire that labor quit the Pay Board. He said hp hplipvprl maion Board Calif. (AP) Constitution "to state a thrpn-m0nfh I James Rayburn Lightfoot, 35, [newcomers to be exposed to rule and the fiftieth, 90 days, part-owner ofi.state and local nrob'enis for a of the 15-member Pav president and j YI j w t i. j iHiVyilf; LlJt voted to order waee'Hrestone period such as one residency laws of th'1 t u f 'bonds of aero- Tne died Sunday. He was a year before voting." 'Virginia, and Tennessee, before Manifnwoc 4pm. Monday 37; 8 p.m. 36; midnight 36; 4 a.m. Tuesday 34; 8 a m. 37; noon 38. Two Rivers Temperatures representatives on (he cVo7.....i Vi j V 1JL a year wiuiu Virginia, ana Tennessee, notore iwo Kivers d-AFL-CIO1 Presidem h T ro Icd back ?as) programming di-1 Marshall's opinion did not the Supreme Court acted, have 4 p.m. Monday 41; 8 p.m. 38, ,___ ...j iz per cent to roughly 8 icctor ior tho Group W Broad- state flatly how long a stateibeen declared unconstitutional 4 n m TiipsHav nework. can require a new resident to by federal district courts. 4 a.m. Tuesday 37; '8 a.m. 38; neon 40. SlEWSFAPERl   

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