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Delphos Tri County Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 13, 1982, Delphos, OhioTonight a games girls basketball Ottoville is. Ottawa Glandorf it. Jennings is. Ayersville Kalida is. Continental Lincoln View is. Wayne Trace Elida is. Acc Home team capitalized. To Hosp Lerald volume 113 no. 154 phone 692-5050 monday december 13, 1982 newsstand 25�?~ per copy Home delivery s1 per week Reagan lobbies for my funds Arnzen gains 500th win St. Johns coach Bob Arnzen talks with starting Forward Dan Geise on the Bench As Blue jays moved to a 76-52 win Over St. Marys saturday giving Arnzen his 500th career win. Arnzen has a .700 winning percentage in 33 years As the Blue Jay coach. Also on the Bench from left were Reserve coach Alan Unterbrink assistant coach Ken Burgei senior Jeff Osting and Junior Kevin Geise. Related photo and Story Page 8. Washington up president Reagan renewed his drive to save the my missile today hoping to persuade the Senate to approve Money to begin producing the system without passing judgment on How and where it should be based. Deputy press Secretary Larry Speakes predicted a close Senate vote but indicated the White House is More hopeful now than it was after a stunning defeat in the House last week. A certainly it s do Able Quot Speakes said. A a it a within Reagan set aside an hour of his morning to make Telephone Calls to senators and reserved another hour in the afternoon for possible meetings. Although aides insisted Reagan still supports the a dense pack Basing Mode he proposed nov. 22, it was Clear he has moved away from the plan in the Hopes of winning the Money earmarked in a defense appropriations Bill to begin producing the first five my missiles. A the vote is on building the system. That a what the president wants a Speakes said. A dense pack is what our studies reveal was the preferred system. But. As the president says if Congress wants to debate it they Speakes also was vague about whether Reagan would accept less than the $988 million sought for production. Other administration officials said the amount of Money was among the items open for Compromise. Reagan returned sunday from Camp David facing challenges in the lame Congress to the my As Well As two other priority programs a his Caribbean Basin initiative and the 5-cents-per-gallon gasoline tax hike. The president offered Friday to consider alternatives to his Basing plan but insisted the production funds must be appropriated to demonstrate firm . A a resolved to counter a soviet military buildup. A the president realizes there Are problems Here and hell be looking with the leadership at ways to one official said. A some Way work out this the Senate is to take up the my missile this week As part of a $231 billion military Bill. Approval of Chrysler contract clears Way for recall in . Detroit up the overwhelming approval by striking Canadian workers of a new contract with Chrysler corp. Cleared the Way for the first of some 4,600 . Workers to return to their jobs today. The contract ratified sunday will give the Chrysler Canada Ltd workers their first pay raise in three years and compensates for Canadian inflation. Six Chrysler Canadian plants closed by the walkout were to reopen today. Polish officials to suspend martial Law free prisoners Warsaw Poland up a Poland a military regime said today that All political prisoners would be released by Christmas and the major provisions of martial Law most Likely would be suspended dec. 31. The announcement by government spokesman Jerzy Urban came exactly one year after martial Law was imposed by the communist regime to crush the Independent Solidarity labor Union. The parliament or Sejm briefly debated government written measures suspending martial Law and then sent them to committee for further study because the wording on a number of key Points was too vague parliamentary sources said. The parliamentary sources said Shultz visits Pope at Vatican Vatican City up a Secretary of state George Shultz squeezing in time on a hurried schedule for talks with egyptian president Hosni Mubarak visited Pope John Paul ii today on the first anniversary of martial Law in Poland. Shultz at the Halfway Point of his six nation tour of Western Europe visited with Pope John Paul ii in his Vatican apartments. The Pope and Shultz did not make any statement after the talks which came As the leaders of the Popes native Poland were announcing measures to soften and eventually eliminate martial Law. The Pope after the private meeting greeted Shultzz a wife Helena and an 18-member entourage including Washington a permanent representative to the Vatican William Wilson. Earlier Shultz held Brief talks with Nealjr installed italian prime minister Amintore Fanfani who won his first vote of Confidence in parliament saturday night. . Officials said the talks were a particularly a Brief special Sejm session Likely would be called dec. 18 to vote on the package. It was expected the rubber stamp body would pass the measures. Urban said if the legislation was passed martial Law would be suspended dec. 31 and that a everyone will be released from he said about 200 internees still remained most of them Solidarity activists. A the process of their release is going on and i Hope that it will be m j Christmas choir festival Delphos churches will present the sixth annual Community Christmas choir festival at 7 30 . Today at St. Johns Catholic Church. Choir directors discussed details of the festival prior to a combined practice sunday. From left Are St. Johns organist Ann Byrne choir directors Betty Hitchcock of St. Johns Ankara Downey of Trinity United methodist Church John Wade of St. Paul methodist Church Bruce Drake of first United presbyterian Church the Rev. David Henning associate pastor at St. Record cold accompanies East a first big storm Johns and coordinator of the festival on behalf of the Delphos ministerial association and Jan Thompson choir director of Morris Chapel methodist Church. All choirs will Combine to sing four hymns. A free will offering will be received to Benefit the Good Samaritan fund of the Delphos ministerial association. The fund provides food lodging and travel help for needy people stopping in the Community. Completed before Christmas a Urban said. The measures suspending martial Law would allow the government to restore military Rule if unrest should erupt. Pipeline company takes on Columbia in Paulding court Columbus up a an Independent Gas pipeline company has gone to court in Paulding Ohio to try to Force Columbia Gas system. Inc., to pay for natural Gas that Columbia says it can to sell. Columbia Gas system inc., the Wilmington del., holding company which owns Columbia Gas of Ohio has told five Independent Gas pipeline companies it wont pay for natural Gas that it can to sell right now. Panhandle Gas transmission corp., has gone to court to Force Columbia to take the Gas or at least pay for it. Pipeline contracts commonly have monthly a minimum Bill provisions which require payment for at least a minimum amount of Money. About 90 percent of that minimum Bill is for Gas and the rest for fixed costs. Columbia is refusing to pay the Gas part to those suppliers to whom it is obligated under take or pay contracts which demand either use of the Gas or payment for it. If Columbia wins its Case Consumers could save 15 cents per thousand cubic feet of Gas said . Laird an attorney for Columbia Gas of Ohio. By United press International record cold followed the seasons first big storm across the East coast and South today. Cape cod was buried under 13 inches of Snow 500 people were stranded two suspects cleared in Mottinger Case postal inspectors in the murder Case of Elgin postmaster Betty Jane Mottinger say two Michigan men have been ruled out As suspects. Their fingerprints reportedly did not match fingerprints found inside the Safe at the Post office. Weather Clear tonight Low 25 to 30, sunny tuesday High 45 to 50. See Page 2. Inspectors Are trying to locate an itinerant Painter from Florida who is currently the a Best suspect in the Case a according to . Postal inspector Tom Strausbaugh who Heads the investigation. The Painter believed to be based in Jacksonville fla., was to be questioned in Early december but has not been seen since dec. 2. Strausbaugh said he did not think the Painter was trying to elude authorities because there has been Little publicity of the Case in Florida. Continued on Page 6 overnight on Nantucket Island and a trawler Sank in storm lashed seas off new England. High winds left three vessels disabled off the North Carolina coast and dumped two coast guardsmen into the surf for 50 minutes during a Rescue attempt. Snow ranging from five inches in the mountains of the Carolinas to 10 inches outside Washington d.c., blocked highways cancelled flights closed schools and caused Power failures that affected thousands of people. Syracuse n.y., shivered in record 5 below Zero temperatures and Atlantic City n.j., reported a record 4 above Zero. Beckley West Virginia easily shattered the old record of 18 degrees when the Mercury plunged to 5 above. The first major Snow of the year hit Boise Idaho with up to half a foot in the suburbs by the morning Rush hour when Many fender benders were reported. At least two deaths were blamed on the weather. The . Workers were Laid off As a result of parts shortages caused by the five week strike by 9,600 Canadian workers. . Chrysler employees will vote Friday on their contract which was approved by Union leaders saturday. They Are expected to approve it by a a comfortable Many were secretly pleased they did not have to strike to get a pay hike. A it looks like Over 90 percent in favor a United Auto workers Canadian director Robert White said after the last of three ratification votes in Windsor Ontario. Law spokeswoman Wendy Cuth Bertson said final results show the contract was approved by 91 percent of hourly paid workers 85 percent of skilled Trade workers and 97 percent of salaried workers. White said about 7,000 of the 7,400 workers at local 444 jammed the Windsor raceway for the morning vote. The turnout showed a tremendous Solidarity. They were extremely satisfied. They wanted to go Back to work before Christmas a he said. The crippling strike began nov. 5 with warnings from Chrysler corp. Chairman Lee Iacocca that the militant Canadian Law would bankrupt the automaker. But Law president Douglas Fraser said a it took a strike either in Canada or the . Before january so that we could get the new contract offers Canadian workers an immediate wage boost of $1.15 an hour in wages and Cost of living Money. Fruit sales extended fruit sales sponsored by St. Johns band have been extended. Rose Mary Warnecke director announced. Sales will be conducted 3-5 . And 7-8 . Monday through thursday in the rectory garage. Sales will also be conducted 3-5 . Friday and 10 . Until 2 . Saturday and after weekend masses. Is. Warnecke said there Are 75 extra cases of oranges and 75 extra cases of Ruby red Grapefruit at $11 a Case for oranges and $10 for Grapefruit. Half cases May be t purchased she said. Members of the woodwind Section of St. Johns High school band perform a Jingle Bell rhapsody at the annual Christmas concert sunday night at the school gym. From left Are Julie Clark Lana Smith Theresa Stocklin Sandy Utrup and Kelly Suever. Also performing at the concert were the sixth seventh and eighth Grade bands. All bands Are under the direction of Rose Mary Warnecke. The High school band also played a White Christmas a a Madison Avenue strikes Back a and a Rudolph in related photos Page 4. There s Charlie Brown snoopy he s going Christmas shopping. Only 12 pays to go

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