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Circleville Herald (Newspaper) - November 20, 1971, Circleville, Ohio Cloudy and Windy Cloudy Windy and cold today tonight and tomorrow with a Chance of Snow flurries today and sunday. High Friday 52 Low 32. The Circleville Herald saturday november 20, 1971 10 pages 15c per copy full service associated press leased wire for state National and world news Central press picture service leading columnists and artists full local news coverage. 88th year�?274 Columbus youth nabbed in stolen car after Chase a Columbus juvenile arrested Early this morning following a High Speed Chase in a stolen car car has cleared four stolen cars reported to City police and the Pickaway county sheriffs department last week. The Chase started a when James six �11 n. Scioto St., told City police a youth had stolen his car at 12 40 . This morning. Sheriffs deputies James Deal and Jack Miller on routine patrol of route 104 West of the City spotted the ear at 12 47 . At the intersection of routes 104 and 5g and gave Chase. The juvenile was finally stopped at 12 59 . After a Roadblock was established at the intersection of route 104 and Gibbs Road in Franklin county. Five Franklin county deputies two state patrolmen and two units from the Pickaway county sheriffs department were involved in the apprehension. Following questioning by City police sgt. Wes Barton and Deputy Deal the youth admitted the theft of another car earlier in the evening from the Circle plastics parking lot authorities said. Owner of the car is William Gumm 508 n. Court St. The car was found abandoned on the Hayesville Adelphia Road by Deputy Lowell Ferguson. According to the youth the car developed clutch trouble big labor treats president with contempt in Ixon hurls Defiance at Al Cio and had a Flat tire. He received Aid from a passing Motorist who helped him push the car from the Road and then gave him a ride Back to the City. He then took the six ear. Upon further questioning it was found he and two other Columbus juveniles were involved in two More car thefts earlier in the week one involving a car owned by Robert Leist 415 Brown St. And the other owned by Michael Levernier. The Leist car was found abandoned at Holderman Road while Levernier a Auto was recovered by the Columbus police in Columbus. Two More cars reported stolen Friday night were recovered by the Pickaway county sheriffs department after they had been wrecked. Both cars were abandoned. Warren g. White Columbus a reported the theft of his ear at 9 30 . Friday. It was discovered by Deputy Don Thompson in a ditch on the right Side of the Circleville Winchester Road 15 Miles Northeast of the City. The car sustained heavy damage to its right Side. Rodger Binkley route 2, Amanda reported the theft of his car from in front of jacks tavern 2 15 . Saturday. Miami Beach Fla. A president Nixon a Blunt pledge to press wage Price controls whether organized labor likes it or not has met with brusque dismissal by a hostile Al Cio convention. The confrontation apparently signals a major presidential Campaign clash in 1972. Labor sources expressed mixed views Over who came off Best politically in the rare Public clash Between Nixon and president George Meany of the Al Cio at the federations convention Friday. A Nixon was speaking to a National audience a said Peter t. Schoemann a member of the Al Cion a powerful 35-Man executive Board that earlier won convention approval to refuse cooperation with Federal wage controls. A White House aide said Nixon came Here against the advice of All his advisers. The aide pictured the convention treatment of the president As a studied Many labor leaders viewed Nixon a speech before some 2, 000 delegates alternates and j cooperation from labor and other groups or not a it is my obligation As president of the United states to make this program of stopping the Rise in the Cost of living the audience at Best gave scattered polite applause and laughed when Nixon contended that his 90-Dav wage Price freeze was. A remarkable Suc guests As the opening Sally in the presidents bid for re election. A lie did t win any friends Here but in a afraid its going to have a big effect in the nation a another Al Cio official said of Nixon a face to face showdown with labor critics. Nixon said whether he gets Cess and that a if you Don t think so. Go Home and ask your wives who go to the grocery Meany and most other labor leaders Are waiting Only for the democrats to Settle on a presidential nominee before throwing All their support that Way. Democratic presidential con continued on Page 10 101st airborne sets pullout from Vietnam part of Nixon s seeded Holiday withdrawal plan the car was discovered in a ditch on the left Side of route 56, 1.4 Miles Southeast of the City., the car sustained damage to its front end. Criticism of Butz grows called unfit for top Post 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. Sen. William Proxmire d-wis., Friday quoted from a speech he said Butz made under the auspices of the general motors corp. In which he said the presidents welfare program is a so far out even democrats in Congress wont buy it and described environmental Canadian Gas exports nixed Supply Short Ottawa apr the National Energy Board has rejected applications from three firms seeking to Export 2.7 trillion cubic feet of natural Gas to . Consumers in the West and Midwest. The Board said Friday that Canadian Gas supplies were insufficient to meet foreseeable Domestic needs Over the next 25 years plus the requirements of existing Export contracts. It said potential new Gas Fields could be expected to fulfil these needs but the Board was unwilling to predict enough discoveries to permit new Export contracts. The decision came while Energy talks Between the United states and Canada were stalled following a Canadian government statement that it was too a a preoccupied with president Nixon a new Trade restrictions to continue the negotiations that began in 1969. Ohio woman killed in Indiana Accident fort Wayne ind. Apr two ohioans were killed Friday night in a two car head on collision South of Here. Police identified the victims As Judith a. Merkelt 24, of Van Wert and Linda j. Thompson 23, of route 3, Convoy. By Farmers demanded the sen ate agriculture committee reopen its hearings into his qualifications to be Secretary of agriculture. The Public portion of the hearings closed Friday with private committee consideration to resume monday. Earlier Friday the nations Republican governors had declared opposition to the a Politi Cal harassment of Butz by seekers of the democratic presidential nomination and urged his immediate confirmation. Sen. Robert Dole the Republican National chairman told a newsman he counts 20 to 30 Senate votes against Butz and said All of them Are Politi Cally inspired. Meanwhile a spokesman for general motors said Butz a Purdue University Dean has j of 139,000 been a member of that Corpo-1 january rations speakers Bureau since 1962, giving speeches on Agri culture with his fee and expenses picked up by pm. Saigon apr the . 101st airborne division the captor of bloody hamburger Hill began phasing out of combat today six weeks ahead of schedule As part of an accelerated troop pullout to Send thousands of gis Home from Viet Nam for Christmas. The 101st is the last remain my . Combat division in Vietnam and its withdrawal Marks a Milestone for presi Dent Nixon a Vietnam nation program. When Nixon took of fice in january 1969, there were nine full . Combat divisions heavy i Aud separate brigades the equivalent of two More Divi Sions operating in South Viet Nam. The . Command said 1,585 troops of the 101st were pulled out of combat in today a initial phase and stood Down in preparation 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 discharged Coal pact approval deeply splits pay Board Washington apr despite opposition from its Public members the pay Board has approved a pay increase for striking Coal miners about three times higher than the boards own phase 2 guidelines. The action Friday sparked immediate criticism from Arch n. Booth executive vice president of the . Chamber of Commerce who called it a obviously a if monopolistic unions Are to continue to get preferential treatment by using the strike weapon and arrogant threats of coercion a Booth said a it is difficult to conceive How the vast majority of the american people can be expected to show lie restraint necessary to make t h e anti inflation program three of the five Public members of the 15-member tripartite Board said the agreement clearly runs against the goal of the presidents economic stabilization Effort. The other two Public members abstained from voting but said they would have opposed the miners pay hike. The three opponents said in a statement the United mine workers of America contract signed Only 15 minutes before the wage Price freeze expired at Midnight nov. 13, amounts to a 16.8 per cent increase in hourly compensation during the first year three year agreement. Itie pay boards original phase 2 guideline called for a maximum 5.5 per cent National average wage increase. The five management members of the Board who voted their approval along with the five labor members said 4 per cent of the increase goes to make the unions welfare fund solvent and 11 per cent remains for salaries. They said that was a permissible eaten up wage hike. There was no immediate explanation of the differing figures Given by the two sides. U m president . A a Tony Boyle called on his striking miners to Quot return to its Consumers and a do Good Erst As the chief threat to american agriculture. Sen. Fred Harris d-okla., who previously has attacked Butzu alleged Bias against Fami-1 duty or Are being work without the miners had remained on strike to await the pay boards review of their new contract. The government meanwhile announced that the nations Cost of living crept up again lust month despite the Price freeze. The Bureau of Lul it or statistics said the consumer Price Index Rose 0.2 per cent in october which it halved to 0.1 per continued on Page 10 keeping score on the rainfall Kaialau for 24 hour period priding at 8 . Actual since nov. Normal since nov. 1 a a a a a behind 90 Inch Normal Ince Jan. 1 actual since Jan. 1river. Sunrise. Sunset. 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 18th infantry and an artilery battalion the 2nd battalion 319th Field artillery. The . Command also announced the phase out 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 by the end of claims freeze was violated Columbus Ohio apr . Atty. William Mulliken filed a suit in Federal court Friday alleging Mitchell d. Cohen a Columbus attorney violated the wage Price freeze by raising rents at a Rooming House he owns. The suit says Cohen raised double room rents in the Ohio state University area Rooming House from $40 to $50 per person and those for single rooms from $50 to $65 two weeks after the 90-Day freeze began. It asks for an injunction to prevent the increases and restitution to All tenants affected. 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 holi Days. Christmas countdown 35 More shopping Days 10 More mailing Days for out of town packages governors put blame on Congress French lick inc. Apr Republican governors have accused the democratic leaders of Congress abdicating their Clear and urgent responsibilities to the people of american by refusing to approve president Nixon a welfare Reform and Revenue sharing proposals. The strongly worded statement which passed unanimously Friday at the final business session of the Republican governors association meeting cited appeals by governors of both parties for fiscal Relief but a their cries have fallen on deaf the governors also passed resolutions praising Nixon and urging Senate confirmation of Earl l. Butz As Secretary of agriculture. Earlier they heard three top administration officials declare wage Price controls Are working Well and will be lifted As soon Asj it of sible. Gov. William Milliken of Michigan elected chairman of the group for the next year said re a Lection of the president depends on vigorous efforts a to broaden the base of the party Between now and next november by reaching out to Blacks the poor and the Young. But Milliken and gov. Lin Wood Holton of Virgina elected new vice chairman told questioners at a news conference these attempts Are already being made. The two Day meeting closed As harmoniously As it has begun with the diminishing band of Republican governors�?20 of 5b�?-United behind president Nixon vice president Spiro t. Agnew and behind the traditional Hope of governors that they can play a larger role in party affairs. On the High Iron a Jeremy Krauss 21, walks Ltd the girders under the Roadway of Golden Gate Bridge at san Francisco Calif. Shortly fur this picture was made he fell into safety net used to protect Bridge painters. Miners ignore leadership refuse to return to work Charleston w. A. Apr despite pay Board approval of the first year provisions of the Coal miners contract a resumption of production in Many areas remains indefinite As some miners enter their seventh week on strike. Nearly 50.000 miners in West Virginia Pennsylvania and Ohio did not work Friday with some saying they were awaiting a pay Board ruling but oth round town Ini Iii another sellout for South Pacific last night. And Only two More performances Lor the round town players production. It happened Agam. A Pickaway county woman listing an Orient address left her House Between 10 30 . And 12 30 . Friday morning to go three houses Down the Street. When she returned thieves had ransacked her Home for $2,115 in merchandise and Money. La he thieves apparently gained Entrance to the House by breaking a Back door Glass the Pickaway county sheriffs department reminds residents to report unusual vehicles and persons in the area. Neighbors a truck parked near her House but give an accurate description of the vehicle to the Pickaway county sheriff. Ers main Laming they do not like the contract with or without Federal approval. The pay Board voted 10-3 Friday to allow the first year of the contract Between the Industry and the United mine workers Union to go into effect without change. Second and third years of the contract will be voted on As they near implementation the Board said. Some mine operators said they expected their miners to be Back to work today while others were looking toward the Early shift on monday. One Industry spokesman declined to speculate on when the Coal producers would begin to catch up with production lost during the strike. In the meantime More Coal Consumers me reported nearing the Bottom of their stockpiles. Gov. Arch a. Moore jr., who was instrumental in getting management and labor together in working out the settlement said he was a very very encouraged by the pay Board approval. A spokesman for consolidation Coal co., the Industry a largest said a we Hope this will bring an end to what has been a Long and costly Coal strike not Only for the miners themselves and the Industry but the state of West Virginia and the country As a but elsewhere t he reaction was strikingly different. A we ask miners not to accept this agreement not to go Back to work a a. C. Cox Secretary treasurer of the Logan county Black lung association said Friday. Quot disabled miners and widows do not receive anything under this agreement. We feel that or. Tony Boyle t ump president has left us out in the cold. We would like the Active Miner to think about this before returning to dissident miners complain that disabled miners and widows will not receive additional compensation and protest the Large wage scale differentiation that will be in effect when the new contract ends a not everybody is getting $50 a Day under this contract a one Miner said. A most of us Are getting very Usu trials to begin on monday austerity plan nixed by court planned payment cuts Are barred Columbus Ohio a the Gilligan administrations austerity program suffered another setback Friday As a court barred planned cuts in welfare and nursing Home payments for the second month in a Row. A the court has tied the hands of the executive Branch in its efforts to bring spending in line with revenues a complained state welfare director John Hansan he said the Franklin county common pleas court order was a thwarting executive action that would insure the financial soundness of the court issued a temporary restraining order to prevent a $1 per welfare patient daily Cut in nursing Home rates and a 1.5 per cent per recipient Cut in welfare checks for november the court earlier had stopped cuts in october nursing Home payments saying the directors of finance and welfare acted without lawful authority and violated specific legislation passed by the general Assembly. Hansun noted that a permanent restraining order is appealable but a temporary Oue is not. He said it had been expected that the court would decide earlier whether to Issue a permanent restraining order. A when the court did not hold a hearing and Issue a permanent order and the legislature did not pass the biennial budget a Hansan said a the two departments decided to proceed with the planned cuts in november he said the two cuts would save the state a total of nearly i $70,000. Rescind cutback on Gas Supply Kansas City apr a scheduled cutback of Gas available by the Panhandle Eastern pipeline inc., in november and december has been rescinded. John Irwin Panhandle sales manager said Friday arrangements have been made for and Ravenna Ohio apr the i Long delayed riot trials of 23 j persons indicted by a special slate grand jury which probed the May 1970, disorders at Kent stale University Are scheduled to get under Way monday. The . Supreme court decided Friday by a 6-to-l vote to rant no further delay in the even though the High court still has not disposed . _ Rural a Ippu Ftp. Suit cd Lien. A a a us a a a a a it to a to serve ing the grand jury indictments. Ohio solons study Gilligan backed tax plan .02 .77 1.07 36.00 28.70 2.80 7 23 5 11 Columbus Ohio a lawmakers spending the weekend at Home have received copies of the latest state tax Bill and a letter from gov. John Gilligan urging its passage. The proposal calling for both a personal and a corporation income tax was reported out joint House Senate conference committee thursday night while both houses were in weekend recess. State Highway department employees distributed copies of the Bill to lawmakers Homes Friday. And to give legislators More time to study the measure both houses changed the time of monday floor sessions from 1 30 . To 8 . Leaders would not predict whether a floor vote would come monday but it was a possibility. Senate majority Leader Theodore m. Gray lt-3 Piqua and House speaker Charles f. Kur fess r-4 Perrysburg Are to Confer monday on which House will vote of the measure first. Gilligan noted in Nis letter to the legislators that the proposal is substantially less than his original request but said it Quot is obviously preferable to any other Bill that is Likely to be approved by the general Assem the governor urged a prompt and favourable action of the Bill. Gilligan had asked for $2.1 billion in new spending Money Over the biennium which ends july 1, 1973. The measure under consideration Calls for $1.011 billion in total new spending with $148 million of that earmarked for tax Relief. The Bill would finance an estimated $8 1 billion budget. The old budget which expired last july was for $6.2 billion. Both figures include Matching Federal revenues. Under the measure authored by sen. William Taft r-26, and rep. James j. Flannery d-48, both of Cleveland personal income tax rates would be .5 to 4 per cent corporation rates would be t per cent of the first $t5,, Al it or cent on anything above or a 5-Mill net Worth tax whichever is higher. An income tax foe sen. Rob Ert e. Netzley r-7 Laura said Friday the Taft Flannery Bill was an a outright a this proposal virtually mandates that Many school districts throughout the state will be required to propose increases in real estate tax rates by the no vember election a lie said in a statement. Netzley contended the Bill provides no Means for schools to obtain new revenues except by increasing real estate taxes. He said the Bill would Benefit welfare More than education with welfare being provided 25 per cent More Money than primary and secondary education. Under the measure welfare spending would increase from $873.9 million in the last biennium to $1.3 billion. The budget for elementary and secondary education would climb from $1.3 billion to $1.7 billion. Portage county common j pleas court judge Edwin Jones said immediately after j the High courts decision that the nov. 22 Date he had set ear j Lier would stand lie said the court was ready to proceed i monday with Jerry Rupe 23, of Ravenna As the first defend j ant. R u p e a s attorney James j Llo Agle said he too was ready j to Start monday. Each of the 23 will have a the firms markets in Kansas Missouri Illinois Ohio Indiana and Michigan. However the company warned customers to use Gas wisely during the first Quarter of 1972. Muff Ltd \\-\0 to 19/1 men of in a the Bliek Startin trial ends. Rupe who was not a student at Kent state was indicted on counts of arson riot and assaulting a fireman at the scene of the May 2, 1970 fire that destroyed an Roth a building on the Kent Campus. Bliek who was a Junior at Kent state when he was indicted in october 1970, i charged with arson and riot. A

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