Order a high-quality 18"x24" poster print of this page. Add to Cart

Coshocton Tribune Newspaper Archives Dec 19 1970, Page 1

Low-resolution version. To view a high quality image

Start Free Trial
Coshocton Tribune, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1970, Coshocton, OhioCoshocton Madison 77 River View 71 Meadowbrook 69 i. V. South 66 Ridgewood 56 Newcomerstown 58 Caraway 41 Malvern 49 Central Cath. 79 53 Good afternoon traffic would t be half so bad if other Drivers would be As tempered considerate and As skilled As you Are. Cleveland press. The Coshocton Tribune millions willing to get sunday Tribune vol. 62 no. 98 Coshocton Ohio 43812, saturday evening december 19, 1970 ten cents next void move up the present Buckeye joint vocational Board of education dissolved at a special meeting Friday at the offices of the Tuscarawas county Board of education in new Philadelphia. The final action of the Board was to accept the new alternate plan for vocational education in the Bivs District presented by area superintendents. The new plan As outlined in Friday s Tribune is basically the same As the proposal which was Defeated in the november elections except a few of the schools originally involved will now have the option to come in after the District is started and join on a contractual basis. The new plan which is to be presented to the Ohio Board of education for approval on dec. 27, Calls for the new District to be composed of Claymont Coshocton Dover Garaway Newcomerstown new Philadelphia Conotton Valley and Strasburg. Biver View and East Holmes will contract with the Bivs with the option to join at a later Date. Indian. Valley Ridgewood and West Holmes will either agree to contract for services or join the District by sept. 15, 1971. It is definitely written in the new plan that there will be a North Campus and a South Campus calling for two Complete said Paul Scheetz Coshocton s representative on the former Board. One building is to be located in the Coshocton area and the other in the Tuscarawas county area. The new plan As did the original Calls for a 2 95-Mill Levy to run for 10 years for building equipment and maintenance. This takes into account the expected 65 per cent assistance of state and Federal funds which have already been promised to the District. Approximately 35 courses Are to be of state feed and these be distributed among the campuses said Scheetz. If the new plan is approved by the state it is expected to new Board will be created after Jan. 1, 1971 for the new District. Earl Oli Rmead past president of the boys District resigned from that position and will not be a candidate for the new Board. Firman s doctor planned More therapy for by Joe Mizer Gordon r. Spunky Firman was to have been released from Coshocton county memorial Hospital thursday or Friday according to his attending physician or. Alfred h. Magness. Instead Finnan walked out of the Hospital sometime tuesday evening and became wanted for parole violation and walking away from Coshocton county memorial Hospital 1 Hospital officials had said Firman was to have been released wednesday. Or. Magness said he had nerve damage in his left and going to physical therapy every the physician said he was going to make arrangements for Firman to come Back to the Hospital for additional therapy while he was being held in jail. Firman s parole officers from Canton said he was to have been picked up for parole violations committed prior to the shooting incident which hospitalized him on nov. 27. Robert m. Biddle unit supervisor of the adult parole authority s Canton District office said Firman was never under arrest while he remained in the Hospital. Firman said in a Handwritten letter to this writer it is my understanding that i am to be imprisoned until this Case is sheriff s deputies said a Holder had been made out to detain Firman at the county jail upon his release from the Hospital. Sheriff s deputies today did not disclose what Steps were being taken in the search for Firman now the object of a nation wide Hunt. Local weather report partly Cloudy and colder tonight and sunday. Overnight Low in the 20s High sunday near 30. Fair and continued cold monday. Friday High 40 Low 33. Year ago High 36 Low 13. Storm Heads East scene of fatal one car Accident almost Cut in half this Auto struck a tree Friday and carried mrs. Ernest Linda Fortune 52, Coshocton route 5, to her death. The single car Accident occurred at . Across from the general electric co. On s. Second St. Deputies said the Ford convertible struck a Large puddle when it went off the right Side of the Roadway throwing water Over the wind shield. The Auto then came Back on the Roadway and across to the left where it went off the Road and struck a tree. Tribune photo by Frank Shepherd by United press International Arctic air surged Down through the great Plains today. Temperatures were below Zero in most of North Dakota and parts of Montana South Dakota Minnesota Nebraska and Wyoming Early today. Just to the East of the Plains Region temperatures were considerably warmer. Chicago had a Balmy 50 degrees at 2 . Est today. A Low pressure area entered Over the California coast brought of it heavy much of Central and Southern California. Los Angeles had More than an Inch of rain during a six hour Span Early today. In the Midwest Gale warnings were flying on most of the great lakes As an intensifying Low pressure system moved northeastward through the upper lakes. Travellers warnings were in effect for parts of Missouri and Wisconsin where strikes spread in polish factories by Terence Andrew Warsaw up diplomatic sources today reported widespread go slow strikes increases in food prices. Emergency police forces were said to have moved into the factories to combat the labor unrest. Official reports said life had returned to Normal m the three Baltic seaports of Gdansk Gdynia and Sopot where bloody food riots erupted earlier this week. But communications were Cut Between Warsaw and the Northern City of Szczecin Stettin where fierce riots took place thursday. There also was no word for a time from Katowice a southwestern steel town where strikes had been reported. The government appeared to be backing off from Early Hartline assessments of the rioting. Communists in the crisis area of Northern Poland said they were disappointed in students and workers and admitted the party s approach to them May have been wrong. Warsaw College students were told today to go Home and begin their Christmas recess four Days ahead of schedule. The move was taken to deprive students of a place to meet and plan riots like those which took place Here in 196s. Diplomatic sources said factories affected by the go slow protests included the Zeran car works the Nova Warszawa steel Mill and the printing Plant which publishes Ludu the official newspaper of the polish communist party. In response the sources said the govern reds fire soviet built rockets into Saigon by Bert w. Okuley Saigon up Viet Cong fired two soviet built 122mm rockets into Saigon today in an attack Allied officials said May signal communist Observance of the 10th anniversary of the founding of the Viet Cong s National liberation front. Six civilians were killed and eight wounded when one of the rockets smashed into an area across the Mekong River from Down town Saigon. A second rocket hit a Gas station 150 Yards from the . Embassy wounding a South vietnamese Soldier. Two terrorists on a speeding motorcycle hurled a six Pound plastic bomb through the front Gate of Saigon s largest newspaper just before Dawn today with the explosion injuring four employees inside the building. The incidents occurred at the Start of the Viet Cong s National resistance Day Holiday period. Sunday is the 10th anniversary of the founding of the National liberation front the Viet Cong s political Branch. The rockets hit three hours after a Viet Cong radio broadcast threatening an increase in destruction of buildings in the capital. It was the first rocket attack on Saigon since nov. 2. At least two women and four children were killed by the rocket which struck across the River from the Majestic hotel. Among the wounded were four children. Communist gunners Friday night bombarded the Headquarters of the 2nd brigade of the . 25th infantry division causing what a . Spokesman described As Light casualties. Three rounds of the mortar fire hit a nearby civilian area 42 Miles Northeast of Saigon killing one civilian and wounding eight. The . Command said an air Force ov10 Bronco plane crashed from unknown causes Friday in the South China sea East of Chu Lai 335 Miles North Northeast of Saigon. The Pilot was killed. Military spokesmen reported one american was killed and four wounded Friday when a Convoy on Highway 1 at a Point 382 Miles North Northeast of Saigon was ambushed by communist unite. Communiques from phenom penh said cambodian troops had reopened Highway 7 Between the capital and the provincial capital of Kampong Cham but a commander said he saw Little likelihood of Clearing the Viet Cong from Highway 4 in the immediate future. Ment mobilized the Ormo. A paramilitary Force under police command which serves As a kind of National guard. Telephone lines to the City of Katowice were restored at midday today. The first Call went to the Gormak soccer club where an official reported All quiet radio Warsaw said it was too simple to blame the strife on for Many people individual interest clouded the common Glos we Brzezan. The communist part newspaper in Gdansk said. Not a Small Section of our Outh has Given us one of the most unpleasant disappointments. We must perhaps revise our criteria of the approach to the Glos aubr Zeza commentary followed a radio broadcast which said it would be too simple to blame the nok wholly on the two commentaries displayed a softening of the first official hard line against the rioters and a government willingness to share the blame. Polish newspapers and radio said today life in Gdansk a Duma and Sopot where the food riots began monday had returned to Normal. But official silence prevailed on the port City of Szczecin scene of some of the fiercest fighting and greatest damage. Communications to Szczecin were Cut off. Freezing drizzle and some Light Snow was expected to cause highways to become Slippery. Occasional Light Snow or freezing precipitation occurred from the Northern Rockies and Central great Plains to the upper great lakes. At least an Inch of new Snow fell on Sydney and North Platte in Nebraska and at Sioux City Iowa. Temperatures across the nation ranged Early today from 21 below Zero at Williston n.d., to 72 at Miami Fla. Reseeding efforts in the burned out areas of Southern California managed to prevent flooding in most areas there although mud and Rock slides were reported in the heavily burned Malibu mountains As ram pounded the Region. Authorities said the worst flooding occurred in the Firestone area of South los Angeles where three intersections were closed in the City of Carson. In the Angeles National Forest West of los Angeles the Angeles Crest Highway was closed due to heavy Snow. Snow plows were dispatched to Aid several trapped motorists. Most High roads in the san Gabriel mountains were either closed or required chains to travel on them. The Wespi hot Springs area in California was under 10 inches of Snow. North of los Angeles the Golden state freeway to Bakersfield was closed to All traffic except those vehicles wit i chains As almost a foot of Snow covered the ridges at Castaic Junction. The National sen ice mid the California storm might move out of the area today. Tots7 dress code England lp1 school officials refused to allow Julie head 6. To participate in the school party because she was wearing a trouser suit and sent her Home. Her Mother. Mrs. Head says she plans to protest to county education authorities. On classified comics deaths editorials Puzzle sports b-5 by a-2 a-5 Dixon to programs teen Page Warsaw a-5 b-8 b-4 a-6

Search all Coshocton, Ohio newspaper archives

All newspaper archives for December 19, 1970

Order a high-quality 18"x24" poster print of the page above.