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Dover Times Reporter (Newspaper) - December 13, 1982, Dover, Ohio Up front the time a Porter m mon., dec. 13,1912 Dover new Cost Chrysler $100 million Iacocca says by Charles Campbell Assoc tested Preiti writer Toronto a Chrysler 10,000 Canadian workers began returning to work today with a new Richer contract won by a five week strike that company chairman Lee Iacocca says Cost the beleaguered automaker $100 million. A a it a sure Good to have it behind us and get Back to work a Chrysler Canada spokesman Walter Mccall said. Mccall said some maintenance workers were called in late Sun Day night to get Assembly lines ready for the morning shift at All six Canadian plants. The new pact was ratified sunday by an overwhelming 7,753,787 votes. Each of three categories of workers voted a a yes by at least 85 percent United Auto workers Union spokeswoman Wendy Culbertson reported. . Chrysler workers Are scheduled to vote thursday and Friday on their new contract negotiated along with the Canadian agreement. The 42,300 american workers did not strike. Chrysler Canadas two biggest plants a both in Windsor Ontario just across the Detroit River from Detroit a produce 688 cars and 432 trucks a Day Mccall said. The Auto Plant is the Only source of such Large cars As the Chrysler new yorker and Dodge Diplomat. Mccall said he did not have a figure for Chrysler losses from the strike. Some Industry analysts have estimated the loss at about $15 million a week for the no. 3 automaker and Iacocca was quoted Over the weekend As saying the shutdown Cost about $100 million. The Impact of the strike was Felt most powerfully in Windsor where 80 percent of Chrysler Canada workers live. The payroll loss to the Community was estimated at $3.5 million per week in a City already Hurt by the Auto Industry a recent troubles. Chrysler officials said All 4600 . Workers Laid off because of the strike in Canada would be recalled within a few Days. The new contract raises a Chrysler assemblers pay immediately from 9.07 Canadian dollars up to 10.21. Because the Canadian Dollar is Worth about 81 cents at current Exchange rates the new wage is equivalent to about $8.27 in . Currency. Skilled workers get a slightly higher raise so the average increase for All Chrysler Canada workers is $1.15. In addition they will get four Cost of living adjustments next year expected to yield 64 cents. The new . Contract would raise an assemblers pay from $9.07 to $9.81. Until now Canadian and . Workers have been on the same scale but the new contracts recognize differences in the inflation rates currency values and general economic conditions in the two countries. . American workers will get the same quarterly Cost of living adjustments As the canadians. Both contracts expire on Jan. 14, 1984, so Chrysler will be Back in negotiations before its two biggest competitors. Ford and general motors agreements in both Canada and the United states extend to sept. 14,1984. Eastern states shiver dig out from snowstorm in by Dean Fosdick associated press writer frigid weather moved into the Eastern Seaboard today where memories of last weeks record High temperatures were buried under As much As a foot of Snow from North Carolina to Maine. The seasons first major snowstorm moved out to sea sunday after clogging roads closing airports and causing scattered Power outages. The weekend storm spread a Broad Swath of sleet and Snow from Northern Mississippi to new England. At least seven deaths were blamed on icy roads including five people in Ohio on saturday and one each in Tennessee and Virginia on sunday. About 500 tourists were stranded sunday night on Nantucket Island 30 Miles off the Massachusetts Mainland where 12 inches of Snow closed the Island s Airport and halted ferry service. High winds and Gale warnings also closed Terry service at three locations on North Carolinas outer Banks. Five members of a sunken Rockland Maine fishing vessel were rescued from their life raft sunday by another boat in seas driven by 40 mph winds 90 Miles off Chatham mass. Dispatchers sent 1200 pieces of Snow removal equipment onto highways in Massachusetts while 2500 men were called in to operate More than 360 Snow lows and 290 Salt spreaders in new York City at a Cost of about $700,000. More than 125,000 Utility customers were without Power sunday after the storm moved through Virginia. Red Cross officials in Richmond said they were opening two schools As emergency shelters for those left without Light or heat because of the blackouts. Outages in Richmond resulted in a Holiday Bonus for the salvation army when the National guard donated about too meals including 50 pounds of steaks said it. James Boykin. Because the diet milk butter bread and vegetables be cooked or refrigerated the perishable food was Given away he said. Nine inches of Snow in Ashland va., May have stopped vehicular traffic sunday but people still appeared Able to Cope. A there is an unusual number of pedestrians out today a said James Donnelly an Ashland teacher. A apparently driving conditions Are so bad people Are running their errands on heavy Snow falling at the rate of 4 inches an hour in the Washington suburbs plastered the nations capital and the cities of Baltimore Philadelphia and Providence r.i., although areas further Inland were spared deep accumulations. At least to inches of Snow fell at Dulles International Airport outside of Washington and Philadelphia International Airport was closed for several hours. The storm which developed off the Carolinas late saturday was a frigid contrast to the Balmy weather of a week ago when virginians and others along the East coast were enjoying temperatures in the mid-70s. But Clear skies and frigid weather moved in behind sundays storm As far South As Florida where a freeze warning was issued for the big Bend area including Tallahassee. Temperatures Early today dipped to 8 degrees below Zero in Limestone Maine and an uncharacteristic 24 degrees in Atlanta. Meanwhile victims of flooding in the Mississippi Valley were told that Federal disaster Relief centers would begin opening by wednesday in some sections. President Reagan declared 15 Missouri counties a disaster area after they were affected by floodwaters resulting from a slow moving system of thunderstorms that moved through the nations midsection. Illinois gov. James Thompson said saturday he wants Federal Aid made available for 22 flood ravaged counties along the Illinois River. A Wpm its taking shape is Vvs photo by Jim Celuch four year old Joshua Baker of and his Cousin Mike Pace 14, Dover had to reach High to pack made Over the weekend More Snow on his snowman that he 29 killed in Lebanon fighting Beirut Lebanon apr factional fighting escalated in Lebanon today claiming 29 More lives in nigh Long combat Between Christian and moslem militiamen Southeast of Beirut and rival moslem sects in the Northern port of Tripoli police said. Reports of new fighting emerged As . Presidential envoys Philip c. Habib and Morris Draper prepared to return to the Middle East in attempts to arrange a withdrawal of israeli syrian and palestinian forces from Lebanon. The leftist Beirut newspaper Al Liwa quoted unidentified lebanese government sources As saying Habib would try As a first step to arrange a partial israeli pullback from Lebanon a embattled Central mountains. Israeli forces have controlled the Central mountains since the Early Days of their june 6 invasion to crush the Palestine liberation organization. The syrians and elements of the plots guerrilla army Are deployed in Eastern and Northern Lebanon facing israeli positions. Rightist Christian and leftist druse moslem warriors battled with artillery rockets and machine guns in the Central Mountain town of Aley and five neighbouring villages sunday night and Early today killing 19 people and wounding 27, police said. State radio said the Mountain pass stretch of the Beirut Damascus Highway was closed because of the fighting. Pro syrian a i a w i t e militiamen of the Arab democratic party and palestinian backed irregulars of a sunni moslem coalition called the a popular resistance movement traded artilery rocket and mortar fire during the night in Tripoli a slums killing to people and wounding 35, police reported. By police count this brought to 46 dead and 141 wounded the total casualties in the week old War for dominance of Tripoli Lebanon a second largest City 50 Miles North of Beirut. The Overall casualty toll in seven weeks of Christian druse War in the israeli occupied Central mountains stood at More than 130 killed and 300 Lead protest at . Air base in England Greenham common England a about 1000 anti nuclear demonstrators most of them women blockaded All seven Gates to a . Air Force base Here today to protest planned deployment of american cruise missiles in Britain. The protests came one Day after thousands of anti nuclear demonstrators marched outside the Greenham common base and other . Facilities in West Germany to protest the missiles scheduled for deployment late next year. Police Here dumped some of the women who refused to leave in a nearby Pool of mud and carried about too protesters away from the solution is not easy to come by because All of the hundreds of millions of checks the Treasury writes annually for civilian agencies look the same. There is no Symbol on the Check itself identifying which Agency is to receive credit when the paper is returned to the Treasury making it impossible to Stop uncashed social Security checks from inflicting an one of the Gates allowing five busloads of military workers to enter. But initial reports said the peaceful siege was continuing outside the Greenham common facility 40 Miles East of London. No arrests were reported but initial accounts said one demonstrator and a policeman were Hurt. The extent of their injuries was not known. Today a blockade was the second phase of a two Day demonstration against the planned deployment starting next year of 96 nuclear tipped cruise nuclear missiles at the base Home of the 501 tactical missile Wing of the . Air Force. The Small base situated in Rural imaginary though tallied loss on the Book value of the Trust funds. Last week a House ways and Means subcommittee heard testimony on a package of Bills making technical corrections in the social Security system. One of the measures directs Treasury to devise a method of marking social Security checks so that the Trust Berkshire county is now used As a standby facility and employs 261 . Military personnel. An estimated 20,000 people most of them women gathered in a a bring of peace around the base sunday. Similar demonstrations were held at 50 . Military bases in West Germany to protest the North Atlantic treaty organizations decision to deploy 572 intermediate Range . Pershing 2 and cruise missiles in Britain and the continent in 1983. The missiles Are meant to counter what nato strategists Call a threat from soviet ss-20 missiles aimed at Western Europe. The Greenham common base it will take Treasury a year or longer to implement the marking system. In the meantime the Trust funds Are to be immediately credited with the estimated $325 million they have a a lost historically As a result of uncashed checks As Well As with the $30 million in annual losses. Has become the focal Point of anti nuclear protests in Britain with members of the a omens peace movement camping outside for the past the 15 months. At 6 42 ., 1 42 Est about 50 policemen moved in to remove 50 demonstrators sitting and singing outside Gate no. 4. Police said the demonstrators were told they were blocking a Highway and were asked to move. When they refused police carried them to one Side and dumped them in the mud. Other officers then linked arms to form a blockade on each Side of the approach to the Gate witnesses said. Several police vehicles went inside the base before the police withdrew and the Gates were closed. Lancaster map Small counties have been at a disadvantage when it comes to getting Federal Money distributed by the state welfare department according to a lawsuit filed in Federal court. The suit filed in u. S. District court in Cincinnati late last week on behalf of the Fairfield county welfare advisory Board seeks changes in the formula for distributing Federal welfare funds that counties use for paying social service agencies. It says counties with Small populations have for years received a disproportionate share of the Federal title xxx Money. Batavia attorney John Woliver said Fairfield county receives about 20 minutes later police again converged on the Gate where the number of protesters had swollen to about too. Police held Back the protesters to allow five busloads of military workers onto the base. One protester who identified herself As Byl Rice 34, a Mother of two said a bus ran Over her foot but said she did not think she was seriously Hurt. A flying Down sitting Down milling around having a party in front of the Gates you name it and As Long As its non violent we re going to try to Stop the Normal running of the base a said Rebecca Johnson an organizer. Protesters came from anti nuclear groups in Britain West $50,000 of that Money yearly but would be eligible for As much As $300,000 if the states welfare distribution formula were fair. Butler county which receives Between $300,000 and $500,000 yearly could be eligible for More than a million. Woliver said the problem originated with the title xxx program several years ago. He said that Only the larger More sophisticated counties knew How to use the Money when it became available. Smaller counties which had fewer resources and programs were not Able to set up programs immediately and the larger counties carried off the biggest part of the available funds. Europe and the United states organizers said. Press reports said the demonstration was filmed by a soviet television Crew and that two representatives of pravda the official soviet communist party newspaper also watched the proceedings. In addition to the land based missile buildup anti nuclear sentiment in this country has been fuelled by conservative prime minister Margaret thatchers decision to update Britain a submarine launched Polaris nuclear weapons by spending $12 billion on the modern . Trident system. Uses 145-560 published daily except sunday by Mansfield journal co. Telephone 216 364-5577. Second class postage paid at Dover of. Advertising editorial and business offices at 629 Wabash a. New. New Philadelphia of. 44663. Worldwide news coverage by the associated press and the los Angeles times Washington Post news services. Represented by correspondents in Tuscarawas Carroll Coshocton Harrison Holmes and Stark counties Columbus and Washington. Subscription rates mail subscriptions payable in Advance mail subscriptions on Rural routes in Tuscarawas Carroll Coshocton Harrison Holmes Guernsey and Stark counties not served by times reporter Carrier or motor route delivery one month 55.10 three months 516.25 six months 531.50 one year 560.00. Mail subscriptions to All other Ohio counties and outside Ohio one month 56.70 three months 517.15 six months 33.40 one year 564.90. Home delivery by Carrier 51.35 per week or 570. 0 per year. Motor route service 519.50 three months 536.10 six months one year 76.20 payable in a-1money the same $2500, at to percent compounded daily would give you $262.89 in interest in one year. Assume the interest rate fluctuates a As it probably will. Interest rates have been dropping. So suppose you earn to percent for three months 9 percent for three months 8 percent for three months and 7 percent for three months. The interest on your $2500, with daily compounding is $221.77 a still $80.43 More than you would earn at the old 5vi percent rate. Savers who Are looking for guaranteed interest rates will have to stick to passbook accounts or to time certificates of Deposit. But certificate buyers also Are getting a break. Effective Jan. 5, the minimum Deposit for the popular six month and three month certificates will drop to $2500. The previous minimums were $10,000 and $7500 respectively. Six month certificates now earn a maximum of 8.853 percent at a amp is and 8.603 at commercial Banks the ceiling for three month certificates is 7.956 percent. Tuesday High interest checks i funds Are not debited for those never cashed. Welfare formula Battle shaping

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