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Athens Messenger (Newspaper) - April 7, 1974, Athens, Ohio A in do in Altess Etimet vol. 69, no. 114athens, Ohio sunday april 7, 1974 25 cent state charges contract violated at Trimble schools by Fred Whissel special assignments writer Why the state has been so intent on revoking the charter of Trimble local school District May have been answered saturday in a news release from the state department of education. Announcing mondays state Board of education meeting and the proposed Agenda the release said a special consideration will be Given to the possible revocation of Trimbles charter. A in addition to inadequate facilities and a very Low per Pupil tax valuation a the release reads the District is a charged with breaching its contract with the state which provided $1,504,-794 to construct an elementary until now Trimble District officials and parents have believed that the state has simply been a a harassing the District a Contention based upon three unusually close state inspections and resulting complaints that they feel Are Picayune in nature. However that charge of harassment May be eased in Light of the saturday release in which the department of education stated that the elementary building a is not suited for High school purposes and is therefore being to alleviate an overcrowding situation at the new elementary building District officials last fall transferred pupils in grades 5 through 8 to the former Glouster High school creating a Middle school there. Since then the new building has been used for the remaining elementary grades and around 300 High school students. According to the state that deprives the elementary children of a appropriate facilities a thus constituting a breach of contract. Included in saturdays release was a seven Page list of charges against Trimble that Essex will present to the state Board at an la a in. Hearing monday in the Ohio departments building in Columbus. Charges on the list Range from improvements needed in curriculum to qualifications lacked by some teaching staff to inadequate building design for purposes used. In the Resolution to be considered by the Board. Essex would be directed to notify the Trimble Board of education of the pending charter revocation and its right to a hearing for which Essex would appoint a referee set a Date time and place and give notice of the hearing the revocation would take effect july i while it has not received much attention during recent Public meetings one of the prime reasons the state has singled out Trimble is its Low local property tax base a study published by the Ohio Public expenditure Council last november showed Trimble As having the third lowest number of property tax dollars behind each student among the 620 school districts in the state. Taxation data provided by Athens county auditor Ruth Seaman also reveals that a even after All county real estate was ordered increased in tax value by la per cent last fall by the Ohio Board of tax appeals a the continued on Page a la Washington a if you think medical Bills Are High now prepare for a Shock. The next 12 to 15 months May bring some of the most explosive health costs in the nations history. If Price controls Over health costs Are allowed to expire on april 30, As is Likely Consumers May see these kind of increases in the fiscal year ending june 30, 1975 a Hospital charges will jump by 16 to 17 per cent. A physician fees will go up about 9 per cent. A nursing Home charges will jump by 14 or cent the estimates Are those of the Nixon administration which had urged in ingress to continue Price controls Over the health Industry Only to be rejected so far. Even with controls Hospital charges would have risen about to per cent doctors fees 4 per cent and nursing Home charges 6.5 per cent the administration estimates. The Public will have to pay an additional $4.1 billion Over the current fiscal year then another $9 billion on top of that in the global struggle in �?~3rd world by William l. Ryan a special correspondent United nations by. Apr Mark Down this april week As a Likely turning Point that can Echo for generations. Something new is about to unfold in relations Between vastly different worlds. The unfolding will be slow. The actual event involved will in itself be Undra Matic. However the fact that it takes place at All represents a developing new phase in a contest dog gets Good Home Eugene Snyder route i Nelsonville wanted to find a Good Home for a loveable dog. He placed an action and received 15 Calls and Quot got that s the response that can be generated by messenger Kik att c analysis j among the big Powers a the United states Russia and China. For the Industrial world in general it represents an Early warning. A special general Assembly session opens tuesday on raw materials. The initiative came from the a third world and the United states evidently views the meetings with misgivings. The session May accomplish Little apart from Florid rhetoric. Still what makes it important is that it launches a collective attempt to probe the developing nations latent Power. A number of the so called a a developing nations sitting on raw materials riches watched with intense interest As Oil producing countries Only recently like them in terms of backwardness emerged fat and wealthy in a Short historical period. The lesson raw materials mean the Power to bring Strong nations to Heel. Continued on Page a la Nixon delays flight Home holds talks map wire photo president Nixon hungarian vice president pal Losonczi at Pompidou rites fire kills 2 guardsmen at Xenia Relief Center Xenia Ohio apr Rescue workers sought to recover the body saturday of a second Ohio air National guardsman believed to have died in a fire that swept through a Relief Center in Xenia a Tornado ravaged downtown the body of staff sgt. Walter a. Radewonuk 24, of Dayton was recovered from debris shortly after the fire was brought under control about 7 a m. Edt officials said. Still missing and presumed dead was staff sgt Terry l Regula 22, of Jackson Center Ohio. Two other guardsmen were treated for Burns and released officials said. Intense heat from the gutted building a former furniture store had hampered efforts to recover Regula s body said a guard spokesman. Cleanup efforts continued meanwhile in this City of 28.000 continued on Page a la Paris apr president Nixon met with european leaders saturday in an Effort to help boost sagging american european relations. Very Little was disclosed officially about the talks but american sources indicated the main substance dealt with improving the consultative processes within the Atlantic Alliance. The discussions also were believed to have touched on the status of arms limitations negotiations Between the United states and the soviet Union and the Prospect of East West troop reductions in Central Europe. Nixon had flown to Paris to attend a memorial mass for the late French president Georges Pompidou. He originally was scheduled to return to Washington on saturday afternoon but delayed his departure until sunday. Nixon talked with British prime minister Harold i West German Chancellor w Brandt interim French president Alain Poher italian president Giovanni Leone and danish Premier Poul Hartling. All five represent member nations of the North Atlantic treaty organization and the european common Market. Nixon was expected to meet sunday morning with soviet president Nikolai Podgomy and japanese Premier Kakuei Tanaka. In sundays meeting with Podgomy Nixon was expected to Deal with the arms limitation talks balanced troop cuts in Europe and his scheduled visit to the soviet Union this summer. The presidents talks with Tanaka probably will cover Japan a relationship with nato As Well As bilateral issues. On several occasions Nixon has indicated an Effort would be made to form a new and improved relationship Between the United states and Europe but instead the existing relationship has deteriorated and a hoped for european visit by Nixon this month to sign a new Atlantic policy document was called off. Pompidou a death tuesday gave Nixon an Opportunity to visit Europe and talk with some leaders without formally reversing his prior decision to Call off Summit trip. Ronald l. Ziegler the presidential press spokesman said in response to a question that it was a absolutely not inappropriate for Nixon to conduct diplomatic business during the mourning period for Pompidou. After All Ziegler added a the president Only gets to Europe health Cost leap seen As curbs end 1968 deduction called improper Washington apr a congressional committee found that president Nixon incorrectly took a $70,000 tax deduction for giving papers to the government in 1968, but he apparently won t have to pay additional taxes for it. Nixon has agreed to pay about $465,000 in Back taxes and interest assessed for 1969 through 1972. But the irs did no to audit his 1968 return and the statute of limitations has run out. Miami eases dorm rules Oxford Ohio apr the Miami University Board of trustees has liberalized rules for dormitory visits Between male and female students but rejected a plea for open visitations. The Board issued a plan with five alternatives which group dormitories according to rules selected by the students themselves. Today area news features. Do classified. D-2-6 comics. D-7 editorial. B-2 entertainment. .c-3 Homes. C i obituaries. .d-2 television. .c-4 Heaters. .c-5 women. B-4-6 Weicker says evidence reveals political spying weather increasing cloudiness and warmer today. High in the Low to mid 60s. Cloudy with a Chance of showers tonight. Low in the mid to upper 40s. Chance of showers monday. Details Page a-2 Washington a sen. Lowell r. Weicker says he has evidence the White House spied on a dozen major politicians and used the internal Revenue service to pry Loose data on entertainers such As Frank Sinatra and Sammy Davis or. Weicker said he also has White House and other Nixon administration documents to show that irs tax intelligence was used to protect such a White House friends As evangelist Billy Graham and movie Star John Wayne once tax audits on them began. Weicker a Republican member of the Senate watergate committee said he has obtained other documents showing the full extent of More than 50 political investigations conducted by the White House Between 1969 and 1972 by undercover political operative Anthony Ulasewicz. Other newly uncovered documentations show the a blatant a improper and perhaps illegal use of such Federal agencies As the irs to move against so called political a enemies a Weicker said. In addition he said he has received new evidence of the use of intelligence from the department of Commerce and the Pentagon to Embarrass Sens. Edmund s. Muskie a Maine. And George Mcgovern. D-s.d., and to use . Army intelligence operatives to spy on a democratic party affiliate in Berlin. Germany. The Connecticut Republican is scheduled to present his evidence monday As he testifies before three Senate subcommittees holding joint hearings into political spying and the use of warrant less wiretaps for a National Security purposes. Weicker did not say How or where he had obtained the documents but aides said they include records of the Ulasewicz investigations the White House files of John Coalfield his immediate Superior White House memos relating to use of the irs and memos concerning continued on Page a la following year the administration estimates. Consumers will find themselves paying an additional $1 billion in direct out of pocket expenses for services which would have been covered under Price controls. This amount will Rise to $2.25 billion additional in fiscal 1976. Medical insurance premiums would go up $1.5 billion in fiscal 1975, and spending by state and Federal governments would Rise $1.5 billion. Caspar Weinberger Secretary of health education and welfare said he believes the costs will be higher than that. He said the estimates a simply a substantial degree of restraint which i Hope to Weinberger said the Cost in one year May be closer to $5.5 billion instead of $4 billion. He said the increased Bill will add an enormous amount to every americans health Bill adding that controls should be retained in the Industry. The administrations estimates show without controls americans will spend $88 billion for health briefly Libya Power shift reported Tripoli Libya apr Egypt a official Middle East news Agency claimed saturday that libyan Premier Abdel Salem Jalloul had stripped libyan Leader Moa mar khad Afy of Power and pushed him into a figurehead position. Jalloul who was in Paris for memorial services for president Georges Pompidou declined to speak to newsmen about the report. Care in fiscal 1975, compared with $83.5 billion in the current fiscal year. They will spend $46.4 billion for hospitals. $31.2 billion for health professionals including doctors $4.2 billion for nursing Homes and $6.2 billion for other services. The greatest bulk increase is for hospitals. $2 billion with $1 billion of that in insurance premiums. $400,000 in payroll taxes $100,000 in out of pocket expenses and $500,000 in state and Federal spending americans will spend an increased $1.5 billion on health professionals with $600,000 going for out of pocket expenses $500,000 for insurance premiums and another $400,000 for state and Federal spending. The american medical association did not dispute the administrations figures but said that doctors fees have gone up 7.3 per cent since August 1971, when controls began while All services have gone up 11.2 per cent. A messenger photo by Dan dry lighting the Way a the afternoon Sun provides plenty of Light for Greg Cronacher of Ironton a member of the Ohio University track team As he vaults Over the bar during the 14th annual Ohio University relays saturday at Peden stadium. Some 700 persons took part in the weekend meet the biggest in the nation. Details Page c-6

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