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Charleston Gazette (Newspaper) - November 20, 1971, Charleston, West Virginia The Charleston Gazette the state newspaper Charleston West Virginia saturday morning november 20, 1971 24 edition dark sports car hunted As clue in double murder by James a Hill staff writer a dark coloured sports car seen in the fort Hill area under mysterious Circum stances As Early As sunday evening has drawn the attention of City police in the search for the Slayer of a Charleston physician and his wife. At least two residents described it As a 1968 or 1969 Chevrolet Camaro or a Pontiac firebird1. Police chief Lawrence Morris said the car is considered one of several links in the Puzzle surrounding the deaths last monday of or. Charles d. Cottrey or. And his wife Betty. Morris refused to discuss the car further other than to say it is a part of briefly j state forecast mostly Cloudy and Cool. High in the 40s. Details on Page 4. 9 prices Washington prices Rose 0.2 per cent in october despite president Nixon s wage Price freeze the u. S. Department of labor announced this was the smallest monthly Rise since Early 1967. In new York Stock prices responded to this and other pressures by wobbling downward with the Dow Jones average sinking 4.68 Points to 810.67. Mass jailing Camden about 300 predominantly Black demonstrators seeking More school integration and better jobs were arrested Friday for marching without a permit. Wilcox county sheriff f. R. Albritton said. The sheriff said the protesters were arrested by City authorities and charged with violating a Parade ordinance. He said they were being held at various places in the area. Kent state the supreme court declined 6 to 1 Fri Day to delay trial of a group of 25 persons on charges growing out of the 1970 Kent state University disorders. The 25, including students former Stu dents and faculty members Are charged with rioting during the Campus protest May 4, 1970. Ohio National guardsmen opened fire and killed four students and wounded nine. The heated investigation that has Detec Tives working round the clock. We have several avenues we Are exploring that could prove he commented. We have some leads and expect Morris said the search for the .22 Caliper pistol missing from the Cottrell Home has increased in intensity. The nine shot Western style revolver is believed to have been the weapon that fired four shots into the bodies of each victim. The two were killed As they sat in tie Den of the Cottrey Home at 415 Sheridan circe in the fort Hill Section of Charles ton. Police Are still holding to the theory the killer was known by the victims. The theory is based partially on the fact that the House bore no sign of a forced entry and there was Little if any evidence of a struggle in the death room. A chair was partially overturned but police believe or Cottrell lunged from it As he was in the process of being shot. His body was found sprawled on the floor beside it. The body of mrs. Cottrell was sitting upright on a Couch with her head slumped to the Side indicating the shots caught her by Surprise. The gun too was known to have been in a Holster in another part of the Home sometime before the two were slain. Or. And mrs. Cottrel were buried in Sunset memorial Park Friday after serv ices in the Baptist Temple. Meanwhile it. Arlie Robinson head of the City police detective Bureau called a news conference Friday after noon to announce news release proce dures. Because of a number of erroneous reports and confusion in the news Media Robinson said releases on the Progress of the investigation will now be made at 9 a. M. And 3 p. M. Each Day exhilaration demonstrated Here by West Virginia gov. Arch Moore could Stem from a masterful Golf shot at French lick ind., but is More Likely fuelled by the approval of the Coal Miner s contract settlement by the fed notice to our readers motor route delivery Drivers mailing room employees and some composing room employees of newspaper Agency corp., who Are represented by local unions affiliated with the International Mailer s Union went on strike against the com Pany Friday at 5 . Newspaper Agency corp. Produces and distributes the Charleston Gazette the Charleston daily mail and the Sun Day Gazette mail. Some Union employees in the company s pressroom and photo engraving department Are continuing to work. The company expects to continue newspaper production and distribution despite the strike. Every Effort will be made to continue Normal distribution of the Charleston newspapers. If delays in delivery Are encountered the com Pany asks for Public understanding in this matter. The current strike was called by the Union after the company and the Union failed to reach agreement on cer Tain major issues in negotiations Over the past several months. Eye to Eye Clem Humphreys and an injured spar Row Hawk study each other. Humphreys got the Hawk recently when a fellow Hunter spotted it on the ground. The assistant administrator of Federal programs for the state department of education said he will nurse the Bird of prey Back to health then release it. Staff photo by Frank Wilkin eral wage Price Board. Moore was told of the approval while on the Golf course during a break in the Republican governors Conven Tion. I am very encouraged with the approval of the he said. A newspaper Agency struck by workers the associated press about 200 workers went on strike Fri Day night against the newspaper Agency corp., the firm which handles production for the Charleston Gazette Charleston daily mail and sunday Gazette mail. The walkout by transportation mailing room and composing room personnel members of the International mailers Union came after several months of negotiations said Rudy Cummings first vice president of the International Union. Cummings said the last negotiating session was held nov. 12. Other Union employees in the company s pressroom and photo engraving depart ment continued to work the company said. The company expects to continue newspaper production and distribution despite the a statement said. Every Effort will be made to continue Normal distribution of the Charleston the Gazette planned to publish this morning with other employees assuming essential duties of the strikers. The strike involves three separate con tracts the company said one for com posing room staff members one for truckers and one for mailers. Some members of the composing room staff Are members of the International typographical Union and were not immediately affected by the strike. A previous two year contract for the transportation workers expired oct. 1, Cummings said but the workers continued to work during negotiations until Friday s walkout. The composing room staff members Are seeking their first contract under the Union. Cummings said wages were not a major Issue in the composing room de mands but that key issues included a joint apprenticeship program and a Union Security clause involving mandatory Union membership after 30 Days of employ ment. S. Viets forming spearhead Force Saigon Vietnam is forming a division strength task Force to replace u. S. Combat forces in the Sai gon Region and also to spearhead Cross Border operations into Cambodia Mili tary planners said Friday night. Trie South vietnamese officers said the new unit would serve As a Quick to bile reaction Force operating in the 3rd military Region which includes Saigon and 11 surrounding provinces and Bor Ders on Cambodia for 231miles. The task Force made up of five groups of elite rangers and an armoured cavalry brigade is to have troops and 150 armoured vehicles. Miner pact wins Okay for 1st year by Bill Neikirk Washington pay Board okayed the first year of the new Coal Industry contract by a 10-3 vote Friday in a key test of president Nixon s phase ii wage guidelines. The agreement easily surpasses the Board s wage guideline of 5.5 per cent a year for new contracts although even the Board s members disagreed on hew much the Coal miners Are to receive in the first year of the pact. The five labor and five management members approved the contract signed just 15 minutes before Nixon s wage Price freeze ended at Midnight nov. 13. But three of the five Public members said in a statement that such an increase in wages clearly runs against the goal of the stabilization Effort. They said the actual hourly compensation amounts to a 16.8 per cent increase in the first year. The management members said 4 per cent of the increase goes to make the Union s welfare fund solvent and the balance of the increase 11 per cent for salaries is allowable As a catchup wage hike. As the Board announced its action United mine workers president w. A. Tony Boyle issued a statement saying that the entire three year contract re that the entire three year contract re ported to Call for a 39 per cent increase is binding since the Board has no jurisdiction beyond next april 30. We Are therefore calling upon All Jmwa members to return to work with out delay so that they May reap the benefits of the new Boyle said. Mine workers have remained on strike pending a pay Board review of the contract. The Board voted that the first year of the contract is not unreasonably inconsistent with its Over a wage guideline of 5.5 per cent. That is its Rule for existing contracts those that were signed before the new stabilization plan went into effect. Pay Board chairman George Boldt and one other Public member abstained but both Siad they would have United nations n. Y. A communist chinese Delegate denounced the saudi arabian ambassador Friday for expressing Shock at reports of a chinese nuclear test explosion. Our development of nuclear weapons is for self defense and it is a limited development and every time when we test we make a statement that we will not be the first ones to use such a weapon we will denounce such voted against approval if they had cast a vote. Normally the Coal contract would have gone into effect without a pay Board vote. But two Days ago acting under its rules the Board voted to review the contract to determine if it fit guidelines for existing contracts. It is highly improbable that the rate of inflation will be reduced significantly to meet the goal of the stabilization Effort if increases of this magnitude Are the three Public members said. They said however they would have allowed an Over All boost of 12.5 per cent including a 4.1 per cent Rise to take into account a shortage in the Union s health and welfare fund. The management members said the increase to take care of the health and welfare fund has no flow through effect on pay but goes to protect and contains existing benefits to retired and disabled miners. Therefore it does not adversely affect the objective of reducing Infra labor hostile to Nixon talk bal Harbour Nix on Friday appealed Here to the Al Cio to cooperate with his phase ii economic controls but declared that he would proceed with his program whether we get that participation or the president addressed1 the biennial convention of the american federation of labor and Congress of Industrial organizations a Day after the convention mandated its representatives on the phase n pay Board to adopt a policy of noncom Perandon. Discarding a prepared text to speak As he put it straight from the Shoul Nixon thanked the Union leaders for support of is foreign and1 defense policies and recognized1 disagreement with his economic policy. He emphasized his View that a prosperous peace would depend upon curtailment of inflation and said that the future of America is in the hands of 80 million american wage the audience packed into a convention Ball in the americana hotel reacted with polite hostility punctuated occasion ally by derisive laughter. When the pres ident left the hotel George Meany the federation s president announced that the convention will now proceed with act ii touching off a display of laugh Ter cheering whistling and1 applause that far exceeded the minimal response to the president s 30-minute address. Three pickets carry placards in front of the building of the newspaper Agency corp., which houses Tho Gazette and the daily mail. Pickets Are members of International mailers Union locals and 9a that called the walk out after negotiations broke off on i new contract. The placards say on strike Only against newspaper Agency photo

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