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Athens Messenger (Newspaper) - September 28, 1970, Athens, Ohio Pac Fer messenger Athens Ohio monday sept 28,1970 people in mews Ohio democrats have Banner weekend thu associated press into Ohio to assist sagging he n a a Banner , for p1 1�?T1. An Iru Quot is campaigning democrats As National personalities entered Ohio to lend support to their cause. Democratic National chairman Lawrence of Brien started things off with a closed circuit television speech to fund raising events in both Cincinnati and Cleveland. Of Brien told loyalists not to pay attention to rumours that president Richard Nixon and vice president Spiro Gnew were planning a series of forays i cause of a clerical oversight Gilligan said he decided to make the Issue a Public one be you done to have to worry cause a it is now evident that even if they Send an army Justice in Ohio will not be done against you a of Brien Aid until the republicans Are swept John a Gilligan democratic out of candidate for governor follow-1 Milligan added that he founded suit with a pledge to make it Odd the special investigative the state loan scandal a Cam grand jury had managed to pain Issue doing to he reversed an earlier commitment to leave the scandal to the grand jury created to investigate it. But i Neon of at the dismissal of the urn last week to this country might to be angry at a Republican administration that a does nothing for Goodrich charged that Nixon Call in Pete o Grady and my economic policies a demonstrate self to testify but had t found a tragic unawareness that most stumping for congressional can forcing those on fixed incomes dilate Jim Goodrich who seeks to live at subsistence Levels a to unseat . Hop Samuel de Goodrich urged that president Vine h 12. The inc mint. Nixon pay More attention to Shriver said the citizens of the average american he claims to represent and less to a a his millionaire friends a Democrat Howard Metzenbaum. Candidate for the . Senate got another kind of boost a an endorsement. Milk highways proposal in kill w shirt ton a a proposal Jean provide More adequate a submitted by loth District con a Cess roads to the High economic Washington a the drug cd in in Clarence v Miller land Industrial potential of the abuse prevention and control which he Sud could significantly i area Quot Miller said Quot the trails act of 1970, incorporating legis broaden the economic growth of port at Ion of goods and services i Tat Ion co sponsored by loth Dis Southe Stem Ohio has been in-1 both into and out of an an a de j met congressman Clarence e. Eluded in the Federal Aid High spends greatly on Good Miller won House approval last Way it of 197fl reported out of j my Jer uhf 4. A s0 a week by an overwhelming 341-6 the House Public works com / Quot margin. if Ahi h m Hor is a the a a hous special sub com inem Bei in it tee on economic development ,1ers legislation which called for increased regulation Miller s legislation would aur to rams u l Ivor s and the establishment of fees for1 Tori be appropriations of 1 k Commilee and 1od Attiat Good i the importation and exportation i million for each of the fiscal in a economic growth of controlled dangerous drugs population1 and narcotics and is designed to j a we photo waste nut. Him nut turns Silwa i. Of Brooklyn. N y. Stands to in $2imi Richer after he turns in the five and one half tons of solid waste he has collected Over the summer Silwa shown with some of his collection started picking up reusable trash in preparation for an environmental groups a trash is Cash Campaign Jason suspected in Jill forma i ires los Angeles William it Marty director of s it a Diego county civil defense said 40.000 to 60,000 persons were evacuated from Homes in the county Over the weekend six new fires broke out Sun Day in the area joining nine others previously burning the theres a firebug in area starting these a fire official said a ill has been observed starting a1 least five fires a one Man was arrested saturday and three ethers sunday for investigation of arson Fulbright Sass i to a an a Ile bluffed Washington Aid sen a flu Dwight chairman of the Senate foreign relations committee says diploma not Bluff is needed in Heiling with a possible soviet submarine base in Cuba the relative strength of the United states and Russia has changed since the cuban missile crisis under president John f. Kennedy Fulbright Van a it was possible at that time of Bluff them. I think f doubt that it is possible now because the Best information we have is there is a degree of parity. It is a dangerous situation committee i to seek donors a calling committee will go into action this week on behalf of the Athens county red Cross c chapter to recruit donors for the next Bloodmobile visit of 5 and 6. The Bloodmobile will be at the first United methodist Church from la a in to 5 on the first Day of the visit monday and to to 4 on the second. Tuesday bion d chairman. Andrew Chonko urged that residents contacted by the Telephone volunteers make appointments donors who gave blood during the August visit will not be eligible to do so again until november. Members of the calling Eom Mitten a j Highway act is of major interest j House consideration w within mrs John Allen mrs Glenn to Southeastern Ohio because it next few weeks he said Atkinson mrs Robert Blacka More. Mrs William Bohn mrs. Earl Bolin. Mrs Robert Butner mrs. John Click Cecelia Collins mrs. Burton Deveau or Nicholas Dinos mrs. James Farley mrs Victor Grievo mrs. Roger Greser. Mrs Sherwood Hall mrs. John Heffken mrs Frank Horvath mrs Lowell Howard. Mrs. Dean Hammel mrs. Stanley Huffman mrs. Richard Johnson mrs. Steve Kovacs mrs l. L Krantz mrs David Levinson mrs Jack Ley mrs. Vav i. Mrtin. Mrs Cyrus mehr mrs. Russell Millikan mrs William Poling. Mrs William Purdy mrs. Gene samples sponsored by the mrs. Charles Shaw mrs Gerry go group Rankin mrs Carl Shermer Ait mrs Howard Shull. Mrs. Wilson Quot. Smith. Mrs a t Stewart. Mrs promised bul due to Elsie Ward mrs. David West i complications it did not appear enhancer. Mrs Edgar Whan and j All went Well however As no mrs Kenneth Williams. I traffic complications developed time to hear testimony from i americans have to work every j the Dayton daily news said the principals in the Case Day if they want to eat every in an editorial that Metzenbaum in Columbus meanwhile Sar was a a thoughtful articulate gent Shriver former am he blasted a policies that at Man with the kind of vision that Bassadore to France and advisor tempt to control inflation by sees beneath the surface of to president John Kennedy was putting people out of work and events and the kind of heart to care about the effects of Public policy on private lives a the editorial went on to say that a a Howard Metzenbaum is not afraid of the future yet he is still skillful in preserving the Best of our traditions in a contemporary settling with a1 other major Republican candidates taking a Din no allo in i giant step breather Roger Cloud Gap candidate for governor and current state auditor made Public sunday a six Point program to alleviate the problems of Ohio s senior citizens. Cloud proposed a that the constitutional amendment providing property tax Relief for those Over 65 be adopted a a medical services project that would take medical attention directly to Home bound patients. A a review of support Levels for older citizens in nursing and rest Homes. A development of transportation services to meet the needs i of the elderly. A a review of state nursing Home Laws to insure highest standards. Improved slam support Levels under my for the aged arum health care assistance. Or a to f to areas also enhance years i Anc is for the con-1 patterns checking and never a strengthen the attorney goner-1 Striction and improvement of san it migratory trends from rur alas hand in dealing with drug i highways into areas of High eco a1 communities to Urban area Sand narcotic pushers is in a nomie growth potential. It is exp0ct<kj Federal i corporate under title ii and iii1 a the portion of the Federal Aid Highway act will receive the j basically the 1970 drug act is j a three pronged attack on the i nation s growing drug problem j i the Bill provides for More effect j j live Legal Means of drug and j j narcotics control As Well As pro i Riding for increased prevention and rehabilitation programs i j Miller said in addition the Bill j j revises the existing penalty i Structure for drug offences and provides for replacing it with a \ uniform Legal attack a a a die drug culture existing in our nation today is getting j worse not better a Miller said. I a your present Laws Are neither Strong enough or comprehensive enough to moot All aspects of the problem a we first have to Stop illicit drug traffic and then take positive to mend the damage that has been done this act is i our first giant step in that direction a hire or rally held in a As ecology project a Hardy group of bicyclists strouds run was reached in made their Way to Scenic j about an hour by Way of Athens strouds run state Park sundae i Sid streets. The bicyclists re students. Invest in your future invest in an Olympia portable a a Breeze to operate a finest advanced features a precision built Quality a Handy carrying Case a yours for just pennies a Day Logan set Piffier machines Aff it Mitt ii w a open at 8 in the morning afternoon with the aim of making the bicycle a pleasant alternative to the automobile forty five people both Ohio University students and townspeople made the to mile trip. Athens Ecol had been last minute marked at the Beauty of nature and stated their determination to preserve it a my my of the Athens ecology group followed and plans for a bicycle Riding class at Ohio University were discussed and other bicycle trips in the near future were planned the next trip will be tuesday starting at 4 30 p in from the College Gate to a different destination Aramco buildings help you beat the High Cost of interest Hites to ital in u East i traffic accidents House to i leu tranquil Zed child i Renti Washington a the growing use of Tranquili Zers to quiet overactive school children comes under scrutiny this week by a congressional panel concerned the drugs May suppress classroom creativity with one Federal health offi Tai estimating a Many As 300, pm children May be re a e i v i n g Tranquili Zers rep. Cornelius Gallagher d n said. Before this grows into the millions i think we ought to have a look at he Heads the House privacy subcommittee holding hearings i liens police Busy Over w weekend Missouri cop candidate is Ohms himself Brentwood to Tofu John w. Peters Republican candidate for Congress from Missouri a 2nd District was found shot to death in the basement of his Campaign Headquarters sunday night Robert c. Ryan Deputy county medical examiner Aid Peters 49. Apparently shot himself. Police said a 16-Guage shot or it gun was found beside body. No note Walt found Peters was to have faced the democratic incumbent rep James w Symington of Clayton. In the november general election. The Republican District committee is expected to name a candidate to succeed Peters the weather monday sept. 28. 1970 local forecast partly Cloudy and Cool today with highs in the Low to mid 60s. Clear and Cool tonight with a Chance of Frost and lows near 40. Sunny and mild tuesday with a High near 70 wednesday will be fair and warmer. National forecast showers Are predicted monday for the Gulf and South Atlantic coasts Texas and a portion of the North East. Rain is forecast for a portion of new Mexico and Texas. Cooler weather is expected to move South from the great lakes. High temperature yesterday 65 Low today 47. High one year ago today 66 Low 44. Relative humidity yesterday 4 . 215 per cent. Today 9 691 per cent precipitation yesterday Trace Athens police were Busy with traffic Over Hie weekend investigating eight accidents. Raymond l Buck 3k, of 343 w. State St sustained a laceration of the head and was cited for conditional Speed As a result of a three car Accident late saturday night on e state St., just below die lash St. Intersection. Police said Buck who was cited for conditional Speed lost control of his car on the wet pavement hitting a parked car owned by Roger h Clendenning 22. Of 33 moms ave Oen Denn Inge a car then hit another Auto parked in front of it owned by Dan e Elden 19. Of 57 e state St. Darlene Mitera 306 Davis Hall a passenger in a car driven by Roxann stuck 19. Findlay was taken to Hudson health j Center with abrasions of the forehead resulting from an Accident that occurred at i 30 pm s u n d a y on Columbus Road across from the Auto club office police cited miss shirk for failure to Stop within an assured Clear distance after her car hit the rear of a vehicle driven by Ohn r Goodfellow 55, of 335 a state St. A minor altercation resulted from an Accident that occurred Early sunday morning on Richland ave. Police said a truck driven by Lawrence k Facemeyer 39. Albany attempted to pass a car driven by Jack f King 25, Pomeroy. The two vehicles collided and after the two Drivers had stopped and alighted from their vehicles Facemeyer struck King according to offi Driver injured Iii route the crash a Westlake Man received minor injuries saturday night in a one car crash on route 78. About two Miles East of the Athens county line. State Highway patrolmen said Gary Lee Adams 23, lost control of his car when he met another car on a curve his vehicle going vers no charges were filed in the incident. Walter r Combs. 16. Of 47 n. Lancaster was cited by police for improper backing after a car skip Accident that occurred sunday about 12 to a in a car owned by Roy i Schmid 21, Mentor was struck by another Auto while Schmidt a car was he Uay driving struck another i parked on s. Shafer St Auto driven by Robert m Weg police also checked minor Agley 21, Dayton. The Accident of indents involving cars driven by curved at la pm saturday on j Keith Willis. 19, Dayton and w Union St i Dawn r Demonte 22. Lorain on police also investigated a hit e. Union St. On Friday night Jeffrey c. Myers 21. Worthington and Louis l Driggs 22, Eaton on the Richland ave. Bridge and James a. Brieve 23, 321 i w state St. And Richard d. Coffin 40. Nelsonville at the w. Union . High St. Into r sect Ion both on sunday. There were no injuries Iii these accidents and no charges were filed a mho buildings build business a Steelow aluminized steel roof Pandit wont r Squire mints Nancy for at least Twenty year. A Walt panel hold their Beautiful acrylic finish for at least ten year. Ask about guarantee in handsome designs to meet your tastes and needs. A Complete building service. Includes everything from planning to planting. Bily amp la 11.1. It. . Bei ss2. S Iller a 934 East main Street Chi the Rte. Oho -560�?T phone 614 775-1300 Arm Moo at in Ciao Tau co smiles. The Athens National Bank and convenient ways for transferred from a Athens. Our courteous provides Safe Money to be Distant Bank awaits staff to to inches total this month 5.391 steady. Inches Normal this month 2.88 inches total this year 33.32 inches departure from Normal this years Hrc the Sun sets today at 6 17 . And rises tomorrow at 6 23 am. Barometric pressure adjust a off the Road and rolling Over Ted to sea level 9 a m. 30.12 a j twice. He was not treated for his serve you. The Athens National Bank the rank that know Athens Best Athens Ohio attend the Certoma Rodeo Athens county Fairgrounds a oct. 3rd amp 4th injuries

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