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Coshocton Tribune, The (Newspaper) - September 24, 1972, Coshocton, OhioGood Siga la a seated am if to swims we have to except m coarse Mark the Coshocton Tribune Cloudy and Cool he try Al Trier Art owl tuft for a apace of Shuwen. A Greta Tat up per us Art Tower 71k Dettwi Pugel a. Vol. 63 no. 366 Coshocton Ohio 43812, sunday morning september 24, 1972 Twenty cents Marcos announces massive arrests Manila up president Ferdinand e. Marcos mowed up his declaration of martial Law in the Philippines saturday by announcing the mass arrest of communist conspirators he said were plotting to overthrow the government and proclaim ing sweeping National reforms to Lessen their hold on poor peasants. In a nationwide radio and television address to 39 million filipinos Marcos imposed a curfew from 12 Midnight to 4 . Daily and announced controls on local newspapers and radio and foreign correspondents in the Philippines a ban on travel of filipinos abroad except those on official missions and control of Public utilities. The president said civil authorities would remain in Power and All National and local government officials would continue to function. Is not a military Marcos said. Danger confronts nation i have proclaimed martial Law in accordance with the Powers vested in the president by the Constitution of the Marcos said. I As your duly elected president use this Power which May be implemented by military authorities to protect the Republic of the Philippines and our democracy which is endangered by the peril of violent overthrow of the duly focus so news a South vietnamese Someier emerges from a North vietnamese Bunker with a captured rocket launcher saturday after South. Vietnamese elements of the Tea infantry division Cut communist infiltration routes from Cambodia into South Vietnam along the Mekong River in Chau Doc province. Up county fair week away by Grier Coleman Tribune staff writer Only eight Days remain until the Start of the 121st annual Coshocton county fair. Following the annual pre fair religious program sunday oct. 1, set for 2 . At the grand stand the regular fair program will get underway tuesday afternoon and conclude sunday evening oct. 8. A Veteran group of fair Board directors headed by Ralph j. Addy president and mrs. Orrel Senter Secretary has been Busy the past several months setting up plans for the annual exposition. Gates will officially open at 1 . Oct. 3 ushering in the 1972 county fair and the first event win be the annual Pony harness racing program at the half mile track. A Junior fair program is again planned for the first night event the first Lull Day of the fair election Board remains open if the personnel members of the Coshocton county Board of elections plan to attend the county fair they will have to do so thursday afternoon oct. 5, or at night. State Secretary Ted w. Brown has informed the Board that the personnel must remain on the Job during Lair week to Register potential voters who., have not already registered. Voter registration he declared will be in Progress the week of oct. A. However an offices in the courthouse including the Board of elections will be closed thursday afternoon for the fair. Velma Hafl director of the Board spiked a Rumor today that the Board s personnel would hold voter registration at the Fairgrounds fair week. Secretary Brown she said will not permit voters to Register at the Fairgrounds during the week of the exhibition. Persons planning to participate in the november general election mrs. Hall stated must Register on or before oct. 10 to vote. The deadline is 9 pin. Oct. 10. The Board office she added will also remain open saturday sept. 30, and again saturday oct. 7, to accommodate last minute voters who have not yet registered. On wednesday will see heavy judging schedules in both the open class and Junior fair events. Following a policy set several years there will be no admission charge to grandstand events with one exception that being on sunday night when there will be a admission for the nation wide demolition Derby Sengl e daily admission tickets to the grounds remain at and Auto parking on the grounds will Cost 50 cents. Children Over 12 years students through High school will be admitted free wednesday and thursday at the Gates. Membership tickets to the Coshocton county agricultural society Are available for and which provide daily admission to the society members also May vote for directors to the fair Board at the annual election in december. An exceptionally Fine schedule of night programs have been planned for the annual fair world Champion Mustang hell Drivers set for 7 . Wednesday the popular mid Western hayride at 7 . Thursday non Point horse show Friday annual tractor pull saturday night concluding sunday with the demolition Derby. Four Days of harness racing will be held starting at the fair . Wednesday in j. P. Norman s Speed department. Highlights of the racing a Fol be the Home latent Colt stakes on thursday and Friday. The 1972 fair Pony pull will be held at 9 . Thursday with the annual open class horse pull set for it . Friday and the open class draft horse show getting under Way saturday at . The annual Junior fair Market livestock Sale is scheduled for 7 . Friday at the livestock Arena on the Southside of the grounds. The office of Board Secretary mrs. Orrel Senter is open daily at the Fairgrounds accepting entries in the Many fair departments for the 1972 exposition. Opposes by Eugene v. Risher Washington up pres ident Nixon wound up a Quick Campaign swing through Texas and flew Back to the White House saturday to Tell a new group of labor backers that he still opposed amnesty for . Military deserters and welfare for people who won t work. Believe in helping those who can t help themselves but it seems to me a Man or a woman ought to work for what he gets and to get what he works Nixon said. It seems to me to be wrong for someone who works to get less than someone on troops Stop Battle Belfast up protes Tants and roman catholics saturday fought a Belfast gun Battle that raged for 90 minutes before British troops moved in and broke it up. In Londonderry the British announced they had arrested a High ranking officer in the outlawed Irish Republican army in a second Battle a sniper shot and wounded a British Soldier in the head saturday in a firefight Between troops and gunmen in Belfast s Catholic Fahs Road area. The troops reported wounding at least one gunman. Best tax Cleveland up gov. John j. A Faligan said saturday his administration made Ohio the Best state in the nation to live and work by instituting a sweeping program of tax re form which lifted the tax Bur Den from working men and women. For too Many years ohioans had struggled under a tax Structure that placed its heaviest Burden on those least Able to carry that Burden work ing men and women average homeowners the elderly fam ily Farmers Small business said the governor. While they carried the Toad the wealthy and the Large corp orations were permitted to pay Only a fraction of what was fair office to open Columbus up a Branch office of the state Bur eau of criminal identification and investigation designed to serve Law enforcement agencies in the Eastern part of the state will be opened in Cambridge around oct. 1. Attorney general William j. Brown who announced the Branch opening saturday said it would have a polygraph examiner a criminal investigator and a clerk stenographer. Constituted government insurrection or rebellion. Such a danger confronts the Republic of the Philippines today. We will eliminate the threat of violent overthrow of govern ment and we must now Reform our political economic and social institutions. We Are falling Back and have fallen Back to our last line of defense. The limit has been reached because we have been placed against the talks with Romulo in a Telephone Call to philippine foreign minister Carlos p. Romulo in new York Marcos said the situation in Manila was Calm and persons arrested Friday night were being held in protective custody to protect them from harm at the hands of the National Peoples army an insurgent group. Romulo told up that terrorism and subversion had spread from Northern Luzon Over the entire Philippines that the insurgents were spearheaded by the communist party of the Philippines and the spa and that they were now capable of undertaking limited offensive operations. R o m u 1 of citing secret government documents said the communist forces had received substantial quantities of War Materiel including High powered rifles rockets Ana rocket there was no immediate indication How Many filipinos had been arrested in the government crackdown against suspected communist subversives. Friends and relatives of those detained said those arrested included at least three senators several journalists and a number of constitutional convention delegates. Earlier saturday in predawn swoops government troopers closed All radio and television stations and newspaper offices in greater Manila. One commercial television station and three radio works were reopened later saturday to broadcast the president s announcement. Hotel tax Council topic Glenn to address demos in to hear terror debate United nations the United nations general Assembly agreed to a full debate on International terror ism on a.66-27 vote saturday night. Thirty three countries including the entire soviet bloc and Many from Africa abstained in the vote. The item was included in the Agenda after its original wording As proposed by Secre tary general Kurt Waldheim was substantially amended to Call also for a . Study of the underlying causes of terrorism. The voted Defeated deter mined efforts led by the democratic Republic of Yemen to have the debate deferred to at least next year. The 39-vote margin was considered a sizeable boost for the prestige of Waldheim who put the terrorism item up Assembly consideration after the Security Council failed to act. Newcomerstown editorials women s sports to schedule classified late news 3-a 4-a 2-a Council action was stymied when China and the soviet Union vetoed mention in an earlier Resolution of the Arab terrorist murder of 11 israeli olympic team members at Munich last month. The United states then used its veto because the olympic incident was eliminated. An amendment offered by saudi arabian ambassador Jamil m. Baroody widened the scope of the item As proposed by Waldheim and made it More palatable to Many members who feared . Action against terrorism would hamper the National liberation move ments they support particularly against Israel portuguese Africa and South Africa. Waldheim s original item was titled measures to prevent terrorism which endangers or takes innocent human lives or jeopardizes fundamental free although the China backed afro asian opposition had appeared to doom the item s consideration by the Assembly diplomats believed three fac tors changed the Odds. The soviet abstention in the steering committee they believed indicated that the entire 12-nation soviet bloc would abstain in the Assembly. It had been expected to vote against inclusion of the terrorism item. John h. Lenn by Ken Slaughter staff writer Coshocton county democrats will kick off their fall Campaign saturday night oct. 14, at River View High school to help elect party candidates on the county District and National level. The occasion is the Ajemual Jefferson Jackson Day dinner sponsored by the democratic men s and women s organizations. Colonel John h. Glenn Columbus the first astronaut to orbit the Earth will deliver the keynote address. This announcement was made saturday by Tom Mattioni and Robert Nichols co chairmen of the annual event sponsored by the Coshocton county Democrat men and women organizations. Glenn unsuccessful in his bid for the party s nominee for a . Senate seat two years ago is a native of new Concord in neighbouring Muski Ngum county. Col. Glenn has been Active in state and National politics the past few years. He was the first american to Circle the Earth three times in the Mercury capsule Friendship 7" feb. The business executive of a soft drink company Glenn has made his Home in Columbus the past few years. He was born and reared in new Concord where he received his Early schooling. Co chairmen of the program committee Are Forrest frosty Mercer chairman of the party s executive committee and at Torney Robert Weaver. Other appointed for the annual event Are tickets councilman Kenneth r. Grier Jack Miskimens and Russell Laird and decorations Daisy Shaw Rosalie Willoughby and Eleanor Miskimens. Democratic candidates for county and District offices and party bigwigs from the District and state will be introduced during the program. The affair is sponsored by the Coshocton county democrats men and women organizations. The meal will be served by the women members of the River View band boosters. Mercer said the party will have a Booth at the Fairgrounds during fair week. Members of the Booth committee will be Wayne Radi chairman Richard Totsch and Bernard Sharrock. In an Effort to obtain More Revenue for the coffers of the municipality Coshocton City Council will consider a piece of legislation proposing a three per cent hotel Motel tax at monday night s meeting. Councilman Dale red Parker is author of the legislation to tax the dry s lodging Industry. He estimates the tax would yield approximately annually. Hotel and Motel owners in the City Are bitterly opposed to the tax declaring it Dis opposing the tax Are owners of the Down town three Rivers and l and k motels Neal and Park hotels. William h. Bachert owner and operator of the Park hotel is spokesman for the lodging Industry. The tax if imposed would be paid by transit guests of the City s five lodging industries. Three other pieces of legislation two of them concerning the City s proposed facilities for the removal of sludge to prevent the pollution of the local Rivers. They Are appropriating funds in the amount of needed for the construction of the water sludge disposal system. The cooperative agreement for the construction maintenance and operation of a waste water fact Fly Between the City of Coshocton and the Ohio water development authority. Authorizing the service director to advertise for finds and let a contract for re Purchase of police cruisers for the police department plans and specifications Are on file in the service director s office. Council president Kenneth r. Grier said there is a possibility that Council members will discuss monday night the future of trick or. Treat night which is a part of the halloween season. Grier said that since razor Blades were found in apples during the 1970 and 1971 trick or treat nights Many parents i the City Are concerned about another such incident occurring during the 1972 halloween season. Two years ago councilman Grier recommended to mow members that the present trick of treat night be abandoned in favor of a centralized place in the City where the masked children could obtain their treats similar to the distribution of pre Christmas treats to children by Santa Claus. The chamber of com Merce promotes this distribution the latter part of november. Beer corp. Low bidder Library to present special with the cooperation of Tower communications the Coshocton Library Board of trustees will present a special hour Long program dealing with All the facts surrounding the new Library Proeu. Scheduled to begin at 7 . Tuesday the program can be seen on Cable Channel 2. Tower communications is making the time and facilities available to the Board. Stanley s. Shaw vice president of the Library Board of trustees will be the master of ceremonies. Robert Lightell Board president financial Campaign chairman Lloyd Fuller Board member Fred Lauten Swager head librarian Kenneth Tewell and divisional chairmen of the fund raising drive and Margaret Sahling retired librarian will take part in the program. The Board is making the presentation in an Effort to better inform the Community about the new Library scheduled for completion in Early 1973. Phones will be set up in the studio tuesday night so that viewers May Call in with questions. The number to Call tuesday is 622-9433. The Board kicked off a fund raising Campaign on september 10 in an Effort to get the remaining monies required before the Library can be completed. Although is needed to meet the Ohio state Library requirements a goal of has been set. The additional funds Are necessary to furnish and equip the new facility in keeping with the High Quality standards of the new Interior. Better than 90 per cent of the total Cost of the remodelling project is covered by funds made available through legacies gifts appropriations by the county commissioners and Federal assistance through the Ohio state Library. The remaining percentage of the Cost must be subscribed locally. Campaign chairman Lloyd Fuller and his divisional chairmen Are contacting individuals groups corporations schools and foundations to raise the much needed funds. We Are finding that the residents organizations industries and others in the Community Are sincerely interested in helping us Complete this big new Fuller emphasized. We will need Large contributions of course but our Success lies in the total Community Effort. We need help from parents children everyone who wants to con tribute is encouraged to Send in a donation no matter How Large or Small the amount. These Early contributions Are Only the beginning. We Hope the Community will continue to respond to this highly Worth while a brochure about the new Library prepared by the Board of trustees is being distributed throughout the county and is available at the old Library building. All contributions to the Library building fund drive should be made payable to the Coshocton Public Library and sent to Lloyd Fuller 618 main Street. The r. G. Beer corp., Mansfield was the apparent Low bidder to provide the City of Coshocton with facilities to purify Lime sludge before it enters and pollutes the Tuscarawas River service director Forrest Hudson told the Tribune saturday. The firm s bid was three other firms submitted bids w. M. Bride Newcomerstown Kirk Brothers inc., Findlay and Johnson me c h a n i c a 1 contractors Coshocton work on the project is scheduled to begin in october. The completion Date is 120 Days after the contract is awarded. The project includes building an addition to the water treatment Plant on Bridge st., pumps piping controls instrumentation equipment electrical installation and run Ning a Force main from the water treatment Plant to the Stone Container co. Line. The Force main containing the Lime sludge will run to the Stone Container Plant where it a Fol Hook onto the company s present Mam that crosses the Tuscarawas River into Stone Container s filtering system. The company s filtering system will purify the Lime sludge before it flows into the River. Money to finance the project will come from the Federal Grant to the City and the remaining from water Revenue. There will be no raise in local water rates to help finance the project mayor s. G. Wharton said. The new Brick addition to the local waterworks will be built West of the present water treatment Plant. The Ohio department of health requires each Community along streams to build Lime sludge removal facilities and the City will soon break ground for its system to comply with the state s request. Bike buyers ready two boy s 26-Inch. One English Ultee. Callad cancelled after one nun had 10 Calls. Dial for want am 1ewsp4pers a v

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