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Carthage Press (Newspaper) - November 20, 1971, Carthage, Missouri Volume eighty seven number 274 saturday november 20, 1971 Carthage Missouri return postage guaranteed a Vav a a .yav/mvv., a Vava a Vav a a a a a a xxv xxv a a j Jujj a Titio r spotlighting the news from the mayors office Nixon receives bitter treatment Nixon left the platform alone he stopped to shake hands with some labor delegates. Meany watched for a moment from the podium and then called the convention to order with Nixon still on the floor chatting with the delegates. The president shot him a glance and stalked away. Reporters near Nixon said he seemed shocked even angered As he turned and left the Hall. Meany then Drew gales of laughter when he told the convention a we will now proceed with act Nixon was gone by them. Meany referring later to Nixon a speech said it reminded him of the time he was a pounding the table and Yelling during a labor dispute with an employer and someone told him a a that a a hell of a Fine Case but very poor a Miami Beach Fla. Apr rattle Nixon and he made two a president Richard Nixon walked major slips of the Tongue a once it smiling if a trifle nervous calling vice president Spiro t. In yesterday into a hostile Al Cio Agnew a president Agnew a and amp convention and left after his later talking on How hard his own ii speech in apparent Shock and father had worked said a i was a a anger at his cold reception and proud of him to the Day i Iii abrupt dismissal. Both White House and Al Cio ii in Washington Gerald Warren staffs which put out separate a White House press aide said transepts corrected the second Iii Nixon appreciated the of error to a the Day he died a but Importunity to address the labor the labor transcript left in the ii delegates who Are bitterly of reference to a president Iii posed to his wage controls. But there was no a Hail to the a another presidential aide said chief a a the traditional ii privately Nixon was treated with presidential arrival greeting $ a studied contempt by Al Cio from the Union musicians and Iii officials. There were no jeers or Al Cio officials refused a is Boos but applause was scant. White House request that Nixon ii. Some derisive titters from the be announced Over the loud a delegates greeted Nixon a speaker As he entered the Hall v defense of his wage Price con but what appeared most to a trois. Upset Nixon was his treatment As it the reception appeared to he left the speakers podium it there was no escort and As by John Sheldon mayor of Carthage fort Worth Tex. A Porter Randall a newsmen widely known to Texas radio listeners died Early today of a recurring illness. He was 56. Moscow a pravda said today reports from peking indicate that the communist chinese leadership has suffered a a grave a by All accounts considerable changes have taken place in the political Bureau of the Central committee of the chinese communist party a the communist party newspaper said. United nations n. Y. A China has charged India with intervening in pakistanis internal affairs and causing the present crisis on the subcontinent. Washington a donations of food commodities to needy families schools and nonprofit institutions Long have been recognized As an important a a Market for Farmers and continue to incorporate according to agriculture department reports. Washington apr the political scientist James democratic National committee Macgregor Burns said that the at least As it has been constituted National committee a should be since 1848, has been nudged along reorganized so that it is More the Road to extinction by speakers representative of the at a joint meeting of two party Anne Wexler a member of the Reform commissions. Connecticut democratic state after hearing comments from committee said that if the dec those at the meeting Friday rep. Is retained it should be enlarged James g. Of Hara of Michigan and a used As a vehicle to build chairman of the party a com mass participation by the rank Mission on rules said a there and file party members and to seems to be a consensus rather democratize decision making remarkable among democrats within the that the present Structure is not or. Paul t. David of the uni Worth varsity of Virginia proposed a rep. Donald m. Fraser of new committee of about 150 Minnesota chairman of the members apportioned among the commission on party Structure states and territories according and Delegate selection agreed to their representation in the following contract approval. National convention. Harvard a Samuel h. Beer suggested a National executive group of 40 leaders presided Over by the National chairman and a National Council of about 500, apportioned by party strength. The Council would meet by annually a to give rank and file democrats a Chance to express their views on questions of National policy a Beer said. Former congressman Neil Staebler of Michigan also suggested a new National committee of 500 members distributed according to presidential vote. It would meet once a year to set policy and oversee activity of a management subcommittee Washington a cattle scabies virtually eliminated As a major livestock disease years ago continues to break out periodically. The agriculture department said Friday scabies was confirmed earlier this month in three states a Brown county neb. Cimarron county okla. And in deaf Smith Dallam Donley Moore and Motley counties Texas. Bergenfield n. J. A Donald Miller the Pentagon a new civil rights chief a Black Man who enlisted at age 16 and became an army major in 21 years says his biggest Challenge will be getting equal Opportunity programs rolling. Coal miners ordered Back to pits efforts there to Settle the 51-Day-old strike by East and Gulf coast Dock workers against the North Atlantic shipping association. Anthony scotto vice president of the striking International longshoremen a association said he thought his Union and the shippers might reach agreement on major contract issues by sunday. Counts said Scotton a assessment was a very enterprising by the associated press it Union officials have ordered a striking Coal miners Back to the a pits following Federal pay j j Board approval of first year it terms of a new contract calling a for a 16.8 per cent boost in wages and other benefits. The boards action in Wash Kington on Friday apparently a cleared the Way to a return to full production in the nations a soft Coal Industry which was shut Down oct. I when 80,000 a miners walked out at the end of a the old contract. The new pact Between the a United mine workers Union and the bituminous Coal operators association was signed last a sunday but some 50,000 miners a were still off the Job Friday a Many of them awaiting the amp boards action it other strikers however vow red to fight the unions Back to a a work order. They claimed g terms of the pact approved by a the unions wage and policy committee failed to include add Dit ional compensation for disabled miners and widows. A the strength of the dissidents a was not known. A meanwhile chief Federal a mediator j. Curtis counts re a ported in Miami Beach Fla., v that he was making Progress in Washington a endorsed by Republican governors or. Earl l. Butz has been denounced by Senate democrats who say he scorns president Nixon a welfare Reform opposes consumerism and environmentalists and is unfit to head the agriculture department. Puerto Montt Chile a president Salvador Allende and prime minister Fidel Castro of Cuba were off on a cruise through the Scenic fjords of Southern Chile today for a private talk on the state of socialism in latin America. By the associated press Missouri extended Outlook monday through wednesday a a Chance of rain late monday into tuesday a warming trend into midweek. Lows monday mostly in 20s, in 30s by wednesday. Highs in 50s to warm into 60s. Considerable Sunshine by wednesday. Monday vote on tax Cut Bill St. Louis a agreement has been reached among directors of the Missouri state Bank of Sedalia to affiliate with first Union inc., of St. Louis it was announced Friday. Independence to. A increase of social Security benefits on a a Cost of living basis and fortification of Missouri sold age assistance and Aid to the disabled were called for today by democratic gubernatorial hopeful Edward l. Dowd of St. Louis. Washington a for the second time in two months a caucus of Black elected officials Friday explored the possibility of calling a non partisan National Black political convention. But this time a working committee was named to explore its feasibility. Gis Home for Christmas weather 101st pulls out of combat dec. 2 deadline for Christmas Parade entries a dec. 2 deadline has been set for float entries for a dec. 9 Christmas Parade sponsored by the distributive education clubs of american deca chapter of Carthage senior High school and the Carthage chamber of Commerce. Invitations have been extended to area High school bands to participate while several chs clubs and organizations As Well As other groups have been asked to enter floats. Featured will be Santa Claus and the Christmas express along with an expected marching unit from it. Riley ran additional details on Parade entry can be obtained at the chamber of Commerce office 358-2373. Belfast Northern Ireland a British troops carried out new searches today around a roman Catholic monastery following the arrest of two of its monks on charges of sheltering guerrillas of the Irish Republican army. Forecast fair to partly Cloudy tonight. Lows in Low 40s sunday partly Cloudy and a Little cooler. High in the 50s. Sunday november 21 Sunrise. 6 35 Sunset. 4 56 Moonset. 7 50 monday november 22 Sunrise. 6 36 Sunset. 4 56 Moonset. 8 53 a Saigon a the . A 101st airborne division the a captor of bloody hamburger a Hill began phasing out of com a Bat today six weeks ahead of a schedule As part of an accelerated troop pullout to Send thou a Sands of gis Home from victim Nam for Christmas. A the 101st is the last remain a ing . Combat division in a Vietnam and its withdrawal Marks a Milestone for pre sift Dent Nixon a Vietnam nation a program. When Nixon took of a fice in january 1969, there were a nine full . Combat divisions a and separate brigades the a equivalent of two More Divi a Sions operating in South Viet a Nam. A the . Command said 1,585 a troops of the 101st were pulled it out of combat in today a initial a phase and stood Down in Prepa ration to phase out of the Northern Battle zone below the demilitarized zone. But some of the men wont be going Home. Only those who have completed the major portion of their 12-month tour of duty or Are being discharged Early will return to the United states. Others will be transferred to . Units still Active in South Vietnam. The first units to stand Down included the Headquarters of the divisions 3rd brigade an infantry battalion the 3rd battalion 187th infantry and an artillery battalion the 2nd battalion 319th Field artillery. The . Command also announced the phaseout of four other units outside of the 101st division which will Cut strength by another 695 men. These included an air defense artillery battalion and three Engineer companies. President Nixon has ordered . Troop strength Cut by 45,-000 men Over the next two months to an authorized ceiling of 139,000 by the end of january. The 101st was not scheduled to begin phasing out until Early next year but its schedule was moved up after Nixon announced a week ago that he was increasing the rate of withdrawals from 14,300 a month to 22,500 a month for december and january because of the Christmas and new years holidays. The latest available summary of . Weekly strength As of nov. La lists 188,300 american troops in Vietnam. A new summary will be issued monday. U s. Strength is expected to drop below the 184,000 ceiling Nixon set for the end of this month. Sources said that while the 101st has begun phasing out it Likely would be Early next year before the entire 15,00 Knan division completes the move. The Start of the pullout of the 101st comes at a time when there is a reported buildup in the a Shau Valley near the laotian Border and to the North of the Valley a vast Region that the division once patrolled. The 10-Day Battle for hamburger Hill on the Western Edge of the a Shau Valley in May 1969 Cost the 101st division heavy casualties and stirred a controversy in the . Congress. The assault on the Hill was spearheaded by the 3rd battalion 187th infantry the battalion which stood Down today. Miami Beach Fla. A Abraham Jack Housman 68, originator of the automobile radio and the portable transistor pocket radio died Friday. 1 43 i 39 2 45 2 39 3 45 3 38 4 45 4 38 5 43 5 38 6 42 6 39 7 41 7 39 8 41 8 40 9 41 9 44 10 41 to 47 11 41 Midnight. 41 maximum 47. Minimum 38 temperatures one year ago today maximum 64 and minimum 49 two years ago 41 and 25. French lick ind. A Republican governors Are rallying behind president Nixon preaching gof Unity in preparation for a 1972 Campaign in which they Hope to increase their number and their political clout. Cambridge mass. A William d. Freeston 61, vice president and Secretary of the Prudential insurance co. Of America died Friday. Freeston joined Prudential in 1933

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