The Times Recorder (Newspaper) - July 14, 1975, Zanesville, Ohio Today's Chuckle SigB 90 a PAINT Matck It Wear It. Year Vol. 195 22 Pages The Times Recorder Your Newspaper Ohio 43701 July 14, 1975 Today's Weather change of Highs in mid 70s. uith lous in the mid 58s. Mostly sunny Tuesday uith highs in UM- low trails on Page 15 Cents Asks Judges ur s MACKINAC Mich President Ford called on federal judges Sunday to safeguard traditional individual rights and keep all Americans from getting in the But he coupled the appeal with a warning that the federal courts are being asked to settle loo many of the nation's He said Americans cannot rely on the courts the sole protectors of our individual ending a three-day Midwestern spoke to the closing session of the annual 6th Circuit U.S. Judicial Conference in a picturesque hotel on this historic resort island between lakes Superior and His voiced along with his strong support for legislation to increase the number and salaries of federal drew en- applause from the audience which included Supreme Court Justice Potter some slate judges and The President said he trunks the major challenge facing the nation at the start of its third century lo advance individual in- He said it is essential protect the in dividual against mass mass mass evidently a theme he will be stressing in his 1976 individual has lo be given his unique effort lo participate and not get lost in the he At one Ford invoked the spirit of pioneer Daniel Boone and his quest for musl give ourselves as ample room to to to be different if we want to be and to define the quality of our personal But Ford said he also is concerned about Ihe mounting caseload in federal courts a growing tendency to rely on ihe courts for of difficult my we are too often to our courts for solutions to conflicts that should have been tackled by other agencies of ihe federal government or even the private he as a people cannot expect the judiciary lo resolve and lo balance all of our opposing views in our Ford said the problem is being compounded by saying often federal laws have been passed wilhout adequate con- of the additional responsibilities they imposed on federal He also ts certain to schedule an meeting with Secretary of State Henn Kissinger who returned Saturday night from his latest trip lo Europe where he talked to national leaders on peace in the Middle East. SALT and issues who arrived on the 3.5 square mile island late spent the night in a story white frame home that is the official summer residence of Michigan Gov. William Senate Debate To Resume WASHINGTON ate Democratic Leader Mike Mansfield says the Senale has no choice bul to continue an increasingly bitter debate over who should get New seal no mailer how long ii And he concedes lhat it could take all going to stay wilh ihe Democrat said in a weekend got no other choice under ihe New Hampshire has been without a second senator since January when Democrat John A. Durkin who lost by two votes to Republican Louis C. Wyman on a second recount the and asked Ihe Senate lo resolve it. The Senate so far has been unable to do so. The Rules Committee locked on 35 key issues and asked the full Senate for But ihe debate has droned on since June 12 and no decisions have yet been reached on anv of Asked whether the fight could last all Mansfield ii In contending that the Senale has no choice but to continue the Mansfield cited Article I. Section 5 of the which says house shall be the judge of the returns and tions of its own For that he Ihe Senale should not send the matter back to the state for a new election as proposed by the Republican really don't know what's going to he Asked whether he is dis- by the lack of Mansfield was discouraged the first The heavy Democratic majority has tried six times to end debale mosl times cloture has ever been ed on a single issue failed each But by mutual agreement ihe Senale is ed to vote finally this week on the first of the 35 issues in News Digest Fugitive Surrenders HONOLULU The Federal Bureau of Investigation said Richard Dean one of its 10 most wanted fugitives surrendered to police on the island of Kauai because he got of Celebration Planned WASHINGTON President Ford celebrates his 62nd birthday Monday and says he thinks The Presidency has me more UN Force Alerted NICOSIA Tne United Nations peacekeeping force has been alerted for possible trouble wnen rival mark the anniversary of last year s pro-Greek coup and subsequent Turkish invasion of the a spokesman said Statement Issued VFW YORK UPI Former White aide Alexander flatly denied Sunday he had ever been the CIA's contact in tne White Countdown Continues CAPE Fla. i The Apollo astronauts went jet flying Sunday to polish skills for linking up in space with two Russian while countdowns on two rolled smoothly toward Tuesday's dual Apollo commander Thomas P. Slafford called cosmonauts Alexei and Valeri N. at the Soviet's nur launch site 8.670 miles away and will see vou in a couple of If all goes that will be on Thursday 136 miles over when the Apollo and spacecraft dock and Stafford and Leonov shake 44-year-old brigadier general making his fourth leap into told the cosmonauts that looks for launch at the Kennedy Space The cosmonauts said lhat everything at their end was Chester M. program director for the spent two and three-quarter hours reviewing all aspects of the in- readying of the spacecraft the close medical watch of Ihe preparations of the tracking and recovery network and the are satisfied we are ready to carry out our part of the Lee said after the A Soviet spokesman said in a news briefing from Moscow that progress toward the Russian launch was going according to He said the prime space vehicle of two the are preparing was ready for fueling and that tne cosmonauts were spending their lime orbital exercising and Stafford said he and fellow astronauts Vance D. 44. and Donald K. Slay 51. were still the of more storms on launch day like those which have plagued the area with high winds and lightning strikes for over a The forecast was for a high of 91 degrees and northerly winds of 16 to 22 miles per Third New 100-Bed ft t inn By ROBERT WOLF TR Staff Reporter Formal application has been submitted requesting approval of plans to construct a third new 100-bed nursing home facility in the Zanesville The home will most likely be constructed in Kathy Heights Sub south of West Taylor although two other sites are also being The application was sub- mitted to Southeastern Ohio Health Planning Association by Kathy Heights Inc. Officers of the corporation are Tom Moorehead Tom Moorehead vice president and Douglas Expected cost of the project is approximately received the plication on June 12 and is expected to review the project and submit its lo Ohio ment of Health by Corporation officials have expressed the hope they can complete the facility 1976. The new nursing home would be a joint skilled and in- care facility and would accept both welfare and Most nursing homes in the Zanesville area currently are only in- care providing care to persons who are ambulatory and do not require constant nursing Corporation officials have also indicated that the new home would be constructed to allow for the at a later of elderly if there is a demand for such Officials of formerly Zanesville Dental Labs Inc. of 1122 Taylor street have reported that they expect OAS Begins Conference Cuban Sanctions End Eyed IR WASHINGTON The Organization of American States opens a ing in Costa Rica Wednesday to reform a 1947 hemispheric mutual assistance pact and find a way to end the controversial Cuban Representatives of 21 of the 25 OAS including the United meet in the capital of San Jose to revise the under which the Cuban ban was imposed on the Fidel Castro regime 11 years The U.S. delegation to the San Jose conference will be headed by Washington's sador the William S. a former Republican The last attempt to end the sanctions failed at a foreign ministers conference in last fall when only 12 nations of the required 14 voted to lift The United States adopted a position of and ab- But in San the sources Washington will abandon its neutral position and seek to avoid a repetition of the Quito This change of attitude is seen here not so much as a gesture to the Castro ment but as part of an attempt lo rid the OAS of what Washington considers a divisive issue and one in ihe view of the State gets more attention than it The administration is known to feel lhat the Cuban issue tends to distract from the remaining two dozen nations and 200 million people in the But Assistant Secretary of State William D. Rogers has predicted that once the OAS sanctions are the road toward a full resumption of bilateral trade and diplomatic relations between the United Slates and broken in early 1962, be long and to begin construction shortly on a new 100-bed nursing home facility on West Taylor just west of the The new SI million facility will be constructed adjacent to Ihe Denial Associates building at 1122 Taylor Com- for the project is 1976. In is currently reviewing an plication for the construction of a 100-bed nursing home on a 12- acre Adams lane opposite Armco Park and just west of the A decision on that application is also expected earl v Zanesville Nursing Home Inc. is listed as sponsor of the Adams Lane Nursing with most corporation bers coming from the Zanesville the comprehensive health planning agency for district has the responsibility of reviewing and commenting on all health projects before they are sub- mitted to Ohio Department of The Times Recorder reported June 6 lhat a study had recently concluded that despite tentative plans to construct over 200 additional beds in the county within the next the county will still fall short by approximately lOu beds of the anticipated need for nursing home beds by 1980. This study was published before the Kathy Heights application was the findings of the report appear to indicate that this iast application will be assuming that all requirements are met and there are no technical Lid Shortage Studied j WASHINGTON Two of the nation's leading glass manufacturers are trying to increase production of canning jar lids Sen Robert C. Byrd said what he called a national of canning said he was told of the stepped-up production plans by the Ball Corp. of and Kerr Glass Corp Los In a letter to the Kerr new manufacturing line of lids is just getting under way and will help us reach up 10 fiO per cent production above 1974." The Ball Corp. are making capital -o increase said he had told glass manufacturers tnai steps be taken to alleviate the which has caused a serious inconvenience to CIA Material Demanded WASHINGTON Senate Select Committee on Intelligence is heading toward a confrontation with the Justice Department and the FBI this and threatens to ena bureau agents if they continue to withhold tion on alleged illegal The chaired by Sen. Frank is probing reported trans- of the CIA in- alleged assassination infiltration of agents into the White and for the suicide of an biologist who was given LSD without his But its mandate embraces similar agencies as such as Ihe the Internal Revenue and the in- branches of the Navy and Air committee began asking the FBI and Justice Department iwo ago for on intelligence involving bugging and harassment and infiltration of dissident He sent a strongly worded letter by Sen. John committee to Attorney General Edward H. in- viting him and FBI Director Clarence M. Kelley to appear before the panel this week failure of the Justice Department and the FBI to respond fully to the request has severely hampered our investigative the letter Church told newsmen that if Levi and Kelley do not break the the Senate panel will begin subpoenaing FBI Church it will not become a serious problem because it seems that the more serious the that is to the more it has to or may have to do with the more ob- are put up by the Justice Department through Ihe This we can't really Though Church had not received a reply the Justice Department indicated Levi and Kelley will probably appear before the panel The committee was meet again Monday afternoon hut no witnesses were Family Arrives A Vietnamese family of five arrived in Columbus enroute to their new Zanesville and were greeted by members of the local Jaycees which is sponsoring the The family was then escorted to their home at 926 Adair avenue where they were greeted other Jaycee members and Shown in front of their home is Mr. and Mrs. Tri and their three children 6. Nguyen Thien X and two-year-old Tarn who is being held by his father Nguyen 39. while his Traw Thi 34. looks Shown with the Tri family are State Rex Rep. Pat chairman of local Vietnamese Family Bud Jaycee Rick of the placement project and Zanesville Mayor Robert Moments after the family arrived in their new Nguyen Thien Tri had already found a new doll and a new friend to play Her new friend is Christine daughter of Tom Dunn of 39-19 Avalon Although some clothing and appliances have already been Ihe Jaycees are still seeking additional items for the family Nick Peak Of 75 Cents A Gallon Seen Gasoline Prices Soar Index Dear Army Kami Dixon Sport Pages Television Women's Page 8-Hi rt ill -i ii By RICHARD United Press International With the travel season at ils the price of regular gasoline soared above cents a gallon in areas of the nation this Retailers said ii was certain to reach 70 cents before summer ends this talk about a 70-cenl which seemed so dish months is not that far said Forrett Vermont energy Some dealers predicted lar will cost SI a gallon by the end of the year A Los Angeles dealer said if the wholesale price reaches 70 cents a gallon by as he ex- charge a dollar at ihe pump Bui manager of a Mobil station in N V said motorists won't stand for it American public will blow up the storage tanks he An oil industry economist price could go a SI he say the price go lo a buck he require Arab em- on bv the Organization 01 Exporting removal of the per barrel ceiling on domestic oil and another hike in the import duty and high Most think the price will peak at 70 or 75 cents this Denzel who runs a Phillips station in predicted the price would jump 10 to 15 cents from the 60-cent level by doubt we'll see SI a gallon before the end of the unless we get another said another Texas Joe Zylka Jr. of I do expect SI a gallon by next A survey by showed regular gasoline sold weekend 60 lo 65 cents a But regular was as low as cents at self-service or discount stations and as high as 68 cents al freeway or metropolitan stations the highest I've ever said W. Bancroft the Alabama Motorists Association in The survey also adequate supply of gasoline is available for mer All stations reported at least adequate if not a said oil companies were uring them to sell Don who runs a Shell station in suburban said a Shell representative told him to stay open longer or board the place Despite the higher Americans are not canceling although they are taking shorter A Florida auto club official said many are taking last fearing gasoline supplies will run out or will be priced beyond their are puzzled by sudden surge in price at a when the supply is variously blame oil President Ford's energy policy and foreign oil producing countries Americans Return To Production Dip Expected of u S auto wili dip to the lowest Jr week as vacations and the rapidly increasing production closes 28 of the industry s 58 car and truck Speculation Denied RVF N H i Sen George returned to New Hampshire This weekend for a visit and denied might enter the first in the nation primary next Kennedy To Appear Va A July 25 court appearance has in Shenandoah County for David 20, son of the late Robert F. following his arrest Saturday night on a reckless driving Leaders Action DAR ES Tanzania African trying to thwart Uganda President Idi Amin s cherished become chairman of the Organization of African diplomatic i said V Palestinian Targets Attacked Israeli Planes Hit Lebanon WASHINGTON I American have reversed their trek to and have hack rural according released century m a faster By United Press International Israeli warplanes struck into south Lebanon for the second time in a week at- tacking Palestinian targets near the port of Sidon and sending billowing black clouds of smoke inlo the sources in Beirut said four including a were killed and 20 wounded in the on the Am El Helweh Arab forces in Lebanon retaliated later in the night firing rockets at the Israeli border town of at about 8 wounding two Israeli sources A Lebanese army spokesman said one Israeli plane was downed and seen crashing in flames into the He said patrols were searching for its crew that were seen ing inland into the hills around 35 miles south of An Israeli command man said all planes returned safely from raids against an an factory at the guerrilla Tne raid came as Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin con- a marathon cabinet session to ministers on his talks with Secretary of State Henry Kissinger about a possible interim peace ment with Egypt But no decisions were reached after the five-hour Cabinet Secretary Gershon Avner said the ministers authorized Israel's top-level negotiating team to continue its efforts clarifications of Egypt's position The comment after the meeting came from Foreign Minister Yigal who told day is a progress Witnesses in said the air attack came in two The first raid lasted about 15 At least three rockets slammed into the center of the sending up a billowing cloud of black they The planes circling high over- and then came down for a second pass over the camp before An Israeli plane was hit on the second Lebanese witnesses According to a Lebanese military spokesman enemy plane exploded above ihe and its crew was parachuting over the ern hills around Sidon Patrols are searching for the One guerrilla the Popular Front for the tion of claimed it had captured an Israeli pilot and turned him over to Palestinian military But other Palestinian spokesmen said they could not confirm it Air raid sirens wailed across Beirut shortly after the attack began at and the clear sounded 48 minutes later A military spokesman said the sirens were sounded a precautionary Lebanese witnesses said the attack lasted A biack of up center Helweh as withdrew under heaw craft the witnesses The Israeli command said the hit the workshop near about 3R north of the Israeli which manufactured weapons for guerrilla organizations but gave no other details In the previous on July 7. Israeli naval and ground forces launched the biggest c assault into Lebanon in more than two years in retaliation for a bomb that exploded in killing 14 i. r 19-" metropolitan counties grew 2.9 per and 42 per cent are cities 01 people up plus neighboring er During the the metro count had gained 6 million people wnile nonmetro count lost million residents Beale said there were many reasons tor dramatic turnaround in the population pattern ranging from racial disorders crime in ihe ihe 's idealization of rural ways But he 05 the em- phasis the growth of retirement towns and state 'n rural the decentralization of ing and boom in a. centers focusing on ski slopes noted the narrowing differences rural-urban interstate the youth arse a growing sensitivity urban problems of pollution and social alienation Beale emphasized that the population pattern was result ot urban sprawi suburbs into what were once farming com- He broke down the daia show that to metro areas grew 4.7 per in 1970-73 while counties grew 3.7 percent Even counties with nn cities larger than 2.500 grew 3 cent All three categories lost population in the 1960s.