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Coshocton Tribune, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1970, Coshocton, Ohio Coshocton West Holmes Good afternoon marriage is Lite Ami fewer disk mat Praise it wife tears n their eyes. Earl 14 Cambridge 3 River View 27 Ridgewood 13 Caraway 54 Newcomerstown 21 Tri Valley 6 Strasburg 6 Maysville 14 0 the Coshocton Tribune one gift works Manv wonders the United Way vol. 62 no. 28 Coshocton Ohio 43812, saturday evening october 10. 1970 ten cents a Happy Homecoming cheering the redskins doling 14-3 Victory Over West Holmes Are Coshocton Homecoming Queen Amy Mcconnell Center and attendants 1-r Lori Decenzo tawn Rhodes Dawn Turner and Cathy Emmert. Game details Are on Page 2-b. Tribune photo by Thorn Rockey arabs weigh joint Boycott by United press International the sem official Cairo newspaper Al ashram said today Egypt and its Arab neigh Bors Are discussing a joint attitude on . Economic interests in the Middle East. It hinted at joint action if America s Complete Bias in favor of Israel continues. Al ashram said important contacts currently Are underway Between Egypt and Libya and some other Arab countries on determining a joint attitude towards american interests in the area. It noted that egyptian president Gamal Abdel Nasser had suggested such action might be necessary in a speech several months before his death sept. 28. The newspaper also said egyptian foreign minister Mahmoud Riad will Fly to the United states to ask the United nations to impose economic sanctions on Israel and to expel the Arab enemy from the world organization. The request will be lodged with the general Assembly next Friday Al ashram said. Sea May Back Gilligan Columbus Ohio education association representing ss.5go teachers and supervisory personnel today expected to endorse Democrat John j. Gilligan for governor. The statewide teachers group scheduled a news conference for 2 . Following a meeting of its 31-member executive Board. I. Alan Aufderheide sea president said an announcement would be made on an action concerning the Ohio gubernatorial the association has interviewed the candidates for governor and has been deciding whom to support if anyone. Races cancelled due to inclement weather and the condition of the track this afternoon s harness races have been cancelled at the Coshocton county fair. The sea officially said it was pure speculation on who would get the nod but insiders indicated the answer was obvious. The association has demanded that the state provide adequate school financing and has pledged to push for an extra million in state revenues for education next year. Widigan has come out in favor of a corporate net income tax. Supplemented by a graduated personal income tax if necessary to raise massive amounts for state programs. Throughout his Campaign. Gilligan has denounced republicans for failing to furnish needed funds for Ohio schools. Roger Cloud the Republican nominee has scorned Gilligan s fiscal proposal As costing taxpayers is billion. Cloud originally favored a mandatory county income tax but later took a More indefinite position leaving it up to the general Assembly. Cloud said thursday night he is unalterably opposed to a corporate income tax which he called unreasonable and in Al ashram did not go into the possibilities of what the joint Arab attitude towards american economic interests might be but it was a Clear threat of action against . Interests including Oil. In Moscow the soviet news Agency Tass Aid . Charges of soviet cease fire along the Suez canal standstill zone Between Egypt and Israel were sheer fabrication designed to cover up american encouragement of israeli extremists this Campaign was instigated and is being fanned by highly placed officials in Tass said. In Israel jews marked their holiest Day today with a lament for their War dead and a prayer for peace. Yobi kippur the 24-hour period of atonement that started at Sundown Friday and last until Sunset today was highlighted by a message from israeli Premier Golda Meir to the families of War dead. While lamenting for those gave their lives in campaigns for the Renaissance and the existence of tace state of mrs. Meir said the War is not Over yet but we believe that peace will come because it is vital to cur neighbors no less than to for such a peace do we she said. Local weather report Clearing and cooler tonight Low near 40. Fair and mild sunday High near 60. Partly Cloudy and mild monday turning Cloudy with Chance of showers tuesday and wednesday. Friday High. 78 Low 52." rainfall to Midnight. .03 Inch. Year ago High 75 Low. 33. Champion steer brings by Joe Mizer the grand Champion Junior fan steer sold Friday night for an astounding a Battle of the bids was waged by Kenny Fisher of the . Mccarren co., Coshocton route 1, and Buehler s food Market Fisher finally took the Champion with a bid of per cwt the charolais steer weighing ibs., was sold by Barbi Mikesell Frazeysburg route 1. The Reserve Champion steer weighing ibs. Brought per cwt or to Steve Darr Newcomerstown route 3. It was bought by Buehler s food Market Coshocton. The grand Champion sheep was sold to Carroll s Buckeye Ford for it was owned by Brett Bucy Warsaw route 2. The Reserve Champion sheep owned by eth Mikesell Frazeysburg route 1, went to Tom Bennet of Atlantic Ric fiem for. The grand Champion Junior fair Swine was purchased by producers livestock association for ?107.64. It was sold by Greg Mast Fresno route 1. The Reserve Cham Pion owned by Ellen Granger Coshocton route 2, sold to Kenneth Grier for the 1970 Junior fair Sale was conducted by producer s livestock association of Coshocton. The auctioneer was Wayne Graham and clerk was Ralph Kaser of producer s livestock. The Sale was held before a Large crowd in the Junior fair Arena bringing a very successful end to the 1970 Coshocton county Junior fair. A total of was paid for the Junior fair livestock. Hijackers nabbed Jet returns safely by Joseph Mayandi Tehran iranians who identified themselves As communists hijacked an iranian jetliner today and forced it to Fly to the iraqi capital of Baghdad where they threatened to blow up the plane in a demand for the release of political prisoners. Iraqi militiamen seized the hijackers at Baghdad Airport and the bizarre incident ended apparently without bloodshed among passengers and eight Crew members who were aboard the Boeing 727 plane in addition to the hijackers. The plane was commandeered at gunpoint on a flight from the iranian capital of Tehran to the kingdom of Kuwait on the persian Gulf. It returned to Tehran a Short time after the hijackers were arrested in Baghdad. Officials Here said the hijackers were arrested because they identified themselves As communists. The baathist government in Iraq is strongly Ami communist. The hijackers had threatened to blow up the plane if iranian authorities did not release 21 political in Iran. The iranian ministry of information denied the existence of such prisoners. In Baghdad the official Iraq news Agency said iraqi authorities negotiated with the hijackers for the release of the rain in t fair weather by Grier col Max attendance at the Coshocton county fair continues to run ahead of the exposition a year ago with 805 More paid admissions through Friday. Box office figures show a total of patrons going through the Gates for the Days of the fair. This is against a figure of 17.938 for the same period one year ago. A total of admissions were sold Friday to persons entering the grounds compared with a year ago Friday. A steady drizzle saturday morning was expected to Hurt attendance on the grounds if it continued through the Day. Annually saturday is the big Day at the local fair and draws patrons from All areas of Eastern and Central Ohio. On the last Day a year ago the fair at Tendance was saturday s fair schedule included the annual tractor pull at the grandstand expected to be delayed because of the Early morning downpour. The afternoon program had the finale of the four Day harness racing program. The last scheduled event of the fair will be the annual county fair horse show set for 7 . At the grandstand. Twelve classes Are included in the horse show which yearly attracts Large numbers of local and out of town competitors. Passengers and Crew the hijackers were identified As Hassan Zahran. All Reda and Mohammed Masoudi ail iranians. It was the second hijacking of an iranian Aichner to Baghdad this year. On june 21 three iranian students seized a Boeing 727 with 91 passengers including a Nephew of the Shah of Iran and forced it to land in Baghdad. The plane and passengers were released and the students granted political Asylum in Iraq. Relations Between the two neighbouring countries both moslem although Iran does not belong to the Arab been poor in recent months chiefly due to a bitter dispute Over navigation rights on the Al drag River dividing Iran and Iraq. Four airliners were hijacked by palestinian guerrillas in the Middle East in september. On sept. 6 commandos of the popular front for the liberation of Palestine pulp hijacked three jetliners a pan american world airways Boeing 747 jumbo Jet was flown to Cairo where it was blown up on the runway. Its passengers escaped without injury. The same Day a trans world airways Boeing 707 and a Swissair pcs were hijacked to a desert Airfield in Jordan by the same group. Three Days later the pulp hijacked a British overseas airways corp. Boeing 707 to the same Airfield. Eventually the More than 400 passengers and Crew were released but the planes were blown up by the commandos. Council plans Holiday session 9 generation always with us americans Are an idealistic and a caring people. Yet out for our with the grasping impatience of children. From our beginnings we have been hosts to the now generation this and much More Nea Washington correspondent Bruce Biossat says in a three part series beginning sunday in the Tribune a particularly timely and illuminating analysis of a people at the Crossroads of crisis and change at Home and abroad. By Ken Slaughter _ monday Columbus Day May be a Legal Holiday for some people but not for Coshocton City Council. Legislation Wise councilmen May not have much business to transact monday evening but anyway the City legislators will meet in regular session Holiday or no Holiday. Only one new piece of legislation and a measure carried Over from the sept. 28 meeting Are the Only Bills up for consideration monday night. The new measure is for appropriating funds totalling some of the Money is for municipal court police department cemetery department payroll sewer repair and City Hall purposes. Up for final Reading is a measure to Amend chapter 943 in the trash collection ordinance. It spells out what can and cannot be legally placed in receptacles to be hauled to the Landfill. Excluded Are Trees Shrub Bery Earth Sand bricks stones plaster or other substances that May accumulate As a result of building operations. Containers to be used by subscribers of the City trash collection service Are not to exceed 30 Gallons in capacity. Bouquets Are being tossed in the direction of police and Council for taking Steps to curb crime and vandalism in Coshocton. At the sept. 28 meeting Council gave the Green Light to police chief de Kreider and his police Force to combat crime inside the corporate limits. Several residents in different parts of the City have called the Tribune the past two weeks complimenting police in their efforts to control crime. Some citizens reported that vandalism in certain sections of the City has tapered off since off duty policemen have been hired to patrol various areas of town. The school patrol guards hired Fay the City have also been praised by parents teachers and school officials for the Fine work they Are doing in directing children to and from school buildings week strike ends newcomers town the dispute Between the Union and company has been settled and the 135 hourly employees of general tire rubber company s chemical plastics division will report Back to work sunday and monday. One shift return to work at 11 . Sunday and the first shift will report at the Plant monday. The dispute was settled at a meeting of the company and Union Friday morning Floyd Mason president of local 496. United rubber Cork. Linoleum and plastics workers of America reported today. The Union s old contract with the company had expired last monday Midnight and the employees were seeking a new covenant. On the auctioneer Wayne Graham Center blurs i motion As he attempts to bring a higher bid on the grand Champion steer. He succeeded in obtaining per cwt. For Barbi Mikesell. Frazeysburg route 1. Shown Hofing her steer. The High bidder and new owner is Kenny Fisher of the w. P. Mccarren co. Contractors. Standing behind the steer is John Moran and beside the auctioneer is Ward Karr in charge of 4-h at the Coshocton county fair. Tribune photo by Joe Mizer classified comics deaths editorials late news to schedules pages b-7 a-5 a-5 a-2 a-5 pages Puzzle a-8 sports West Lafayette a-6 Jeano Dixon b-4 Killbuck b-4

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