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Times Recorder, The (Newspaper) - May 24, 1974, Zanesville, Ohio Today's Chuckle Reading through the White House scripts proves one thing you can't judge a book its cover-up Vol 144 22 Pages imes er Your Good Morning Newspaper Zanesville Ohio Friday May 24 1974 Today's Weather cloudy through and continued cool with highs near 70 and lows in the 40s Details on Page 15 Cents This Color Guard composed of members of the Military Police Company of the Army Reserve here from left bugler Daniel P Beebe Warren O White drummer C Thornton Sfc David C Barnett John T Cecil Sgt Donald D Coleman Sgt David D Dudgeon Sgt Lynn M Riggle Mark Tignor and Kim Cecil Photo bv Don Durant Civil War Unit Formed Here A scene reminiscent of Civil War days is relived twice each month at the Army Reserve Center on Moxahala avenue when members of the Police Company parade to the of a bugle and drum The Army Reserve unit has the Color Guard of the old 23rd Ohio Volunteer Infantry Regiment which complete with authentic uniforms and weapons goes through the old style drill The 23rd OVI regiment was activated in May and June of 1861 and saw early service in the capture of western Virginia Virginia from Confederate forces and remained in action in many campaigns during the Civil War The most illustrious member of the regiment was Rutherford B Hayes regimental colonel governor of Ohio and the 18th President of the United States The historical Color Guard will be utilized for parades military ceremonies and national holidays in con- junction with the National Bicentennial through 1976 and will also participate in the Zane Trace Commemoration June 21 22 and 23 and in Memorial Day services May 27 in ville Honoring War Dead Memorial Plans Set By ROSS BROWN TR Staff Reporter Zanesville and County patriotic organizations will join similar groups throughout the nation Monday in Memorial Day services for the nation's war dead American Legion Post 29 will hold its memorial service at 10 am at the Fountain of Memories in Memorial Park where M M Carouthers of Columbus retired editor of Ohio Legion News will speak Music will be provided by West High School Band directed by Miss Charlotte Folen The Legion firing squad will fire a volley in respect for the war dead Mac Brannon will sound taps and the colors will be advanced by recruiters representing the various services On Saturday morning the Legion will place flags on graves of war dead in Memorial Park and on Sunday flags w ill be placed on graves in Greenwood Cemetery If graves are missed at either cemetery flags may be ob- from caretakers Hazlett Court of the Womens Relief Corps Auxiliary to the Gar and the Veterans of Foreign Wars will hold joint Pope Paul Proclaims Holy Year CITY UPI Pope Paul VI officially claimed 1975 a Holy and appealed to all nations to grant amnesty to political and other prisoners to celebrate it In an Ascension Dav bull the most solemn form of papal document Pope also pledged the Roman Catholic church to works of chanty and called on rich nations to make greater efforts to help the poorer nations during the Holy Year Calling it the year of man the year of the he year of the poor the Pope We should like to express the humble and sincere desire tnat in this Holy Year too in accordance with the tradition of previous the proper authorities of the different nations should consider the possibility of wiseK granting an amnesty to prisoners He did not single out any nation or group in his appeal for am nest v The pontiff also pledged the Catholic church to work more toward Christian unity during Holy Year and in a section of the bull outlining conditions for indulgences Church practice criticized by Protestants he used the Protestant formula that v is our indulgence services at 9 30 a m Monday at Greenwood Cemetery where State Rep Sam Speck of New Concord will speak The 23rd Ohio Volunteer Color Guard will also participate The invocation and benediction will be by Lt Raymond Bar of the Salvation Army and the Pledge to the Flag will be led by Mrs Morgan Music will be by the Zanesville High School Band directed by Robert Neuman and a World War I choir Wreaths will be placed on veteran s graves and General Logan's Orders will be read by Mrs Thomas McGrath BucK Rodgers will command the Veterans of Foreign Wars firing squad At 10 a rn the VFW firing squad will lay and fire a slaute at Woodlawn Cemetery and at 11 a rn the VFW will join with the Marine Corps and the American Legion for a service at Greenwood Cemetery where State Rep Sam Speck will speak Music will be by the West High School Band and Joe McLoughlin will be master of ceremonies Flags will be available after the ceremony for those who wish to decorate veterans graves Dick Bowers is Marine Corps chairman Names of World War II Korea and Vietnam War veterans who have died in the past year will be read and Rev Paul Scanlon of St Thomas Catholic Church will ask the invocation Area Marine Corps Navy and Air Force recruiters will serve as a color guard The firing squad will be composed of members of the VFW American Legion and the DAV Mac Brannon will sound taps Detachment Chaplain Jack Taylor will pronounce the benediction Members of the Gold Star Mothers Blue Star Mothers VFW American Legion and DAV will place wreaths on the graves The Disabled American Veterans post will hold brief services at a number of cemeteries in the area and at noon will cast a wreath onto the River from the Y- The approximate DAV schedule follows Clint Kramer Park on Linden avenue Pleasant Hill Cemetery at New Concord 8 30 am New Concord Cemetery 8 45 a m Norwich 9 a rn Pleasant Grove 9 15 a m Adamsville 10 a m Mount Olive 11 30 a m noon Mount Calvary 1 p rn Williams Cemetery 1 30 p m Jewish Cemetery 1 45 p m and Nashport 2pm W Dean Scholl second vice commander of the American Legion Department of Ohio will speak at the Memorial Day service to be held at Roseville under sponsorship of the Forest L Mumford Post of the American Legion The day's activities will start with breakfast from 6 30 to 8 30 a m at the post home and will continue with members and Rev Lowell Sharrock in visits to outlying cemeteries from 9 to 10 a m At 11 a m a parade will form on South Main street and march to the memorial plot at Roseville Cemetery where Scholl will speak State Rep Rex Keiffer Jr of Zanesville will speak at vices conducted by the Dresden post of the American Legion at 10 30 am at Dresden Cemetery Robert McClure program chairman said the group will form at 10 a m at the hall and march to the cemetery The Cumberland post of the American Legion will hold services at 10 a m Monday in Cumberland Cemetery At Duncan Falls the American Legion post and its auxiliary will meet at 9 45 a m at the hall and go to the cemetery at Duncan Falls and Philo Catholic Cemetery for services The National Trail Post of the American Legion at Hopewell will observe Memorial Day at six area cemeteries and members are asked to meet at 9 a m at the post hall Graveside services will be held at 10 45 am at Asbury Chapel Cemetery 11 10am at Mount Sterling 11 25 a m at Hopewell 11 50 am at Brownsville 12 15 p m at Gratiot and 12 35 p m at Mount Olive The Frazeysburg Chapter of thp VFW will hold services with the first at 10 a m at Nashport United Methodist Church A parade will form at 5 30 p m at the Legion hall to march to the cemetery at for services at 6 p m Members are to meet at 9 30 a m at the Hut Nixon Wins Big Victory Court Rejects Senate WASHINGTON UPI A federal appeals court saying the House impeachment inquiry overshadows the Senate Watergate committee probe Thursday refused to enforce the committee s subpoena Jor five of President Nixon's secret tapes The unanimous ruling of seven judges of the U S Circuit Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia was a major victory for Nixon who has battled for 10 months to keep the recordings out of the committee's hands It was a severe setback for Sen Sam J Jr C and his six colleagues who uncovered the existence of the House taping and have insisted the tapes could piove or disprove the dents own criminal ment in the bugging scandal Pointedly the court said that job now belongs not to Ervin's Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign ties but to the House Judiciary considering s impeachment The investigative authority of the Committee with respect to presidential conduct has an express wrote Chief Judge David Bazelon for the court Moreover so far as es these subpoenaed tapes are concerned the investigative objectives of the two commit tees substantially overlap There is no indication that the findings of the House Committee on the and eventually the House ol Representatives itself are so likely to be inconclusive or long in coming that the Select Committee needs immediate access of its own prosecutors in a similar last fall the couit ruled the Ervin committee failed to prov e a compelling need for the tapes The decision upheld U S District Gerhard Gesell who ruled Feb 8 j legal hassle that necessitated a special act of Congress giving the jurisdiction to consider the case the committee was not entitled to the evidence Although Erv in has indicated he would take the case all the to the Supreme Court if there was no im mediate committee comment Chief Counsel Sam Dash said only that the committee will study the decision to determine whether it will take any further appellate review 1 he committee is Kissinger Offers Ideas TEL AVIV UPI Secre tary of State Henry A Kissinger presented new can ideas to Israel and Svna Thursday to break the deadlock over two key issues blocking a military disengagement and he said they made good pro gress towards solving them A high American official said that Kissinger will decide after talking to Prime Minister Golda Meir Friday on whether to submit a concrete American plan to break the deadlock Kissinger will confer at length with the Israeli negotia tors and return to Syria Friday night 01 Saturday the official said At Damascus airport after ly five hours of talks vv ith Syrian President Hafez Assad Kissinger said we continued our detailed examination of all aspects of a disengagement agreement and we made good progress in several areas A high official aboard the plane flying back to Israel on the 10th shuttle of Kissinger's Middle East mission said that the progress was considera ble on the two key issues a thinning out of forces on both sides of a the Golan Heights cease-fire line and the number of units and the number of United Nations forces to be stationed there Israel wants more U N troops and Syria fewer The official said he believed Sunday would be the earliest Embassy Embezzlers Discovered BRUSSELS UPI The State Department has ered years of embezzlement possibly involving and quietly fired two employes who systematically stole at least from the U S Embassy in Belgium an embassy spokesman said Thursday Although the embassy held the men's names a spokesman told United Press International the two ers diverted an estimated in goods and services to themselves between 1967 and 1973 But embassy records go back only to 1967 and U S sources said the two men employes for 20 years or more suspected of taking some 5300.000 dollars ther The scandal was believed to be the biggest to come to light in any L S embassy during the Nixon administration The employes both non- Americans were fired in February after a special State Department audit uncovered false purchase orders backs from suppliers and in- flated prices in the embassy s administration department the spokesman said date when a complete ment can be it could be reached Kissinger he said wanted to start home at least by then The official said that Kissing er would meet with Mrs Meir and the Israeli negotiators at length and that an Israeli cabinet meeting might be necessary Kissinger would decide then he said whether to present an American plan on the basis of the ideas he had already presented Thursday but he would not do so unless the chances were four out of live it would be accepted For the first time the high American official said that the problem of linking a military disengagement now with the final peace settlement between Israel and Syria had been essentially settled in the text of the proposed disengagement agreement The high official said that it would more or less follow the last paragraph of a similar military disengagement Sisters Plead With Patricia LOS ANGELES UPI Patricia Hearst's two Counger sisters pleaded with her in tape recordings Thursday to surren der and called upon her to tell the story of why she turned to the Liberation Army Anne 18 and Vicki 17 said in emotional tones that they did not w ant to see her suffer the same fate as the six members of the terrorist cult who perished in flames in a police Shootout The tapes were the latest in desperate attempts to persuade the heiress to give up She was the target of a massive manhunt in the Los Angeles area along with two members of the SLA The recordings by the two girls wno have stayed at the home most of the time since trie kidnaping Feb 4 were released to the news media If you feel the SL is vour thing I don t think you should get yourself killed Anne said Ev ery one w ants to see w hat vou have to say If you are killed it would be a waste Anne defended her parents whom Patricia had called in recent weeks when she proclaimed she was a willing member of the SLA had said she did not feel her father had done enough to accomplish her release Maybe you feel mom and dad hadn their best or hadn t tried hard as they could Anne said But I ve been here the whole time and I wouldn t stay here I d never put up with it if I thought for a minute they were putting their money ahead of you It could just as well have been me icki urged her sister not to throw her life away on a war that doesn t exist This is the only voice from the family I think you 11 trust Vicki said I wouldn't sit and he to you The police and FBI are not that sympathetic anymore They've taken a lot of trash from these guys You saw what happened in L A I don't want to sec you die Patricia also has two older sisters both of whom are married ment Kissinger negotiated be- tween Israel and Egypt in January That specified that disengagement was not a final settlement but a first step to a just and durable peace on the basis of UN resolutions calling for secure borders for Israel and a return of occupied land to the Arabs A Syrian statement released after Kissinger's talks with Assad noted only that the two statesmen had continued their examination of the various elements of the disengagement of forces and that the examination will continue when Kissinger returned Kissinger broke the first main deadlock over the key issue of a cease-fire line last week with a plan of his own and he is trying to see if another American proposal will work The official said that without mentioning actual troop strengths Kissinger discussed with the Israelis Thursday morning the concept of thinning out and its aim and later did the same with Assad The issue was sensitive because Damascus the Syrian capital is only 45 miles from the new cease fire line and there are Israeli settlements almost on the line Syrian sources said Syria was concerned about the defense of Damascus if it thinned out its troops and also was reluctant to use the cease fire line of 1967 close to the present line as a starting point That appeared to mean that Syria was willing to take its guns out of range of Israel proper but perhaps not of the settlements Israel placed in the Golan Heights since it captured them in 1967 Israel wanted a greater thinning out and Syria a lesser one Syria is not willing to accept so far the number of U N troops Israel believes are necessary The Israeli per Haaretz said Israel wanted U N troops and Syria only a few hundred Helicopter Hijacker Subdued By Hostage NEW YORK UPI A young man packing two guns and demanding a million ransom be delivered by a girl wearing a bikini hijacked a helicopter Thursday and shot and wounded the pilot after a 10 block flight over midtown Manhattan The hijacker identified himself as David Frank Kamaiko 22 of New York City An arresting officer said Kamaiko told him he wanted the ransom to buy guns for Israel The youth sporting brown hair and tattered jeans was captured after one of his two hostages mechanic Hale 21 overpowered him Police then stormed the heh copter perched on the Pan Am building towering over Grand Central Station The pilot Thomas Oliva suffered a shoulder wound and was in stable condition at Hospital Police said Kamaiko was armed with a sawed-off rifle a small zip gun and three sticks of what appeared to be dynamite but later turned out to be railroad flares The youth commandeered the helicopter at the Street Heliport where the aircraft had stopped to refuel The hijacker stuck a gun in Hale s back as he was working on the craft He ordered Hale to board the craft and told the pilot to land on top of an oil storage tank across the East river in Queens Oliva police said told the hijacker the oil storage tank would not support the weight of the helicopter and he was then told Take me to the UN But as they neared the United Nations police said the pilot said a landing there also was impractical and the hijacker told Oliva to go to the Pan Am Building Oliva set the craft down at the heliport which is used only in emergencies and the hijacker told him he wanted be delivered in suitcases by a girl wearing a bikini Oliva said that as he maneuvered the helicopter over the heart of the city the hijacker talked about the war in the Middle East Dozens of police jammed elevators to the top of the huge square Pan Am skyscraper and two police helicopters hovered overhead Officer Leslie Chassner was among the first officers at the scene When we got said the copter had already landed We all yelled to the hijacker that he was surrounded and should give up He refused The the pilot jumped started running and fell down Chassner said At this point the suspect pulled a gun waved it and shot the pilot The pilot got up and continued running in the direction of the police officers Chassner said We pulled him out of the line of fire News Digest King Loses Union Post Also pleading v ith to turn herself in was her fiance Steven A Weed 26 who testified Thursday at a grand hearing in San Francisco into a bank robbery in which the heiress participated In the last Patricia had referred to as an sexist pig Before going before the grand jury talked with newsmen He said attorneys had told him that if Patricia surrenders she will have almost complete control of her legal situation Patricia is now charged with kidnaping and assault with intent to commit murder They carry possible terms of life imprisonment I am afraid for her life and I would like to talk to her Weed said Two Die In Explosion Okla LPI A tanker truck possibly loaded with toxic chemicals overturned and exploded on a turnpike near Stroud Thursday killing at least two persons Saxbe Controls Wiretaps WASHINGTON UPI Attorney General B Saxbe assured a Senate subcommittee Thursday that no American citizen can be wiretapped anywhere in the world without approval from me Airlines Offer Proposals LPI Pan American World and Trans World Airlines said Thursday they have presented long range proposals to the federal government for putting the nation s two major international air carriers back in the blue ink Ellington Remains Serious NEW LPI Jazz artist Duke Ellington 75 was reported still seriously ill Thursday with pneumonia at Columbia Medical Center Traffic Deaths Decrease WASHINGTON LPI The National Highway Traffic Ad ministration Thursday reported a dramatic decrease of almost 25 per cent in traffic deaths this year since introduction of the 55 mph speed limit Top Republican III WASHINGTON LPI Rep Edward Hutchmson ranking Republican on the House Judiciary Committee and who has sup ported President Nixon in its impeachment probe was admitted to Bethesda Naval Hospital Wednesday night for treatment ot a minor ailment CLEVELAND UPI The executive secretary of Ohio Council of Carpenters sday defeated incumbent Frank King for president of the Ohio AFL-CIO at the organization's annual con- vention here Milan Marsh ol who pulled out to a 700 vote margin early Thursday night held a edge in unofficial re- turns w ith all of the nearly 5 000 votes counted King had served as head of the member labor group for U years scheduled to issue its final report Juno staving in existence bevond thai date to continue Us court im the tapes V issue ol Watergate discussions Nixon had ith his then White House counsel John W Dean III on Sept 15 1972 reb 1473 March U and twice- on Mareh 21 W Copies of all five are in the possession of impeachment inv and transcripts ot them all were made Nixon on 50 tact the appeals court stressed It for the committee to examine the tapes now would be merely cumulative In these circumstances we think the need for the tapes premised solely on an asserted power to investigate and in form cannot justify en- forcement on the committee's subpoena Bazelon wrote Whatever force there might once have been in the com- argument that the subpoenaed materials are necessary to its legislative judgments has been sub- undermined by subsequent events Food Cost Drop Is Blunted WASHINGTON UPI De- clining farm prices allowed the retail cost of a typical food market basket to drop 1 1 per cent last month and could have caused a 1 9 per cent decline if middlemen had not expanded their margins an Agriculture Department report showed Thursday The cost of the market basket representing a tion of farm produced foods needed to feed a hypothetical household of 3 2 persons for a year fell from March to an annual rate of in April But the report also showed that while supermarkets con a sharp gam in their margins for most foods they gave consumers a break on beef Average retail beef prices fell another 5 8 cents a pound in April because a 4 3 cent decline in marketing margins was added to a 15 cent drop in returns to farmers for live cattle A spokesman for the National Association of Food Chains said in an interview that beef prices tumbled further in May and now are probably 20 per cent below the record set in February He said consumers who were to return to beef counters when puces started falling in early March are now buying briskly The retail cost of the market basket declining for the first time since last October was down 1 1 per cent in March and was 16 8 per cent above the registered in April 1973 Agriculture Department mates showed however that the retail basket cost in April could have dropped 534 or 1 9 pei cent if the food industry had passed on to consumers all of the 4 4 per cent decline in raw farm product prices recorded in April Part of that drop was canceled out for consumers because processor and supermarket margins in April a sharp increase which began last fall bv another 1 5 per cent Index Classified Church News Deaths Editorials Financial Ohio Report Sports Pages Television Women s Pages Auto Sales Slump Eases DETROIT UPI The four major U S automakers day reported mid May new car per cent from a year ago the smallest decline of 1974 and another indication the industry is pulling out of its sales slump The total of 249.394 cars delivered bv the Big Four was helped substantially by General Motors Corp which sold more cars each of eight selling days than in anv other sales period this year Its sales of 142 465 cars were down just Si 1 per from last Ma 11 its best performance of year Ford Motor Co recorded the sharpest year to year drop 24 4 per cent while American Motors usually on the upside reported sales 18 7 cent Chrysler Corp showed a 8 per cent decline We are most encouraged by passenger car sales during this even though the aie favorably in by the conclusion ol sales activities in Chevrolet Oldsmobile and said Warden vice president for marketing
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