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Chronicle Telegram (Newspaper) - June 16, 1974, Elyria, Ohio Career plans graduating seniors sound off by Shannon Jewell and Ellen Ensel the class of 1974 has stepped into the current of peace and politics of lib and living and sometimes losing. The graduating seniors will have roles in each As the years pass by. They already have opinions on each As it has Deve loped in years already gone by. Watergate a lasting peace careers Twenty five High school seniors from the chronicle Telegram s circulation area were polled on these and other questions. Answers were varied but most agreed they d rather have a lesser paying satisfying Job than a higher paying one they disliked. Most Felt watergate was a scandal but that the scrutiny Given politicians now will continue and eventually help the government and the country. Clearview High school graduate Kathy Szalay admit Ted she was sort of disillusioned about government now but it watergate has shown me a More realistic viewpoint a bout Kathy is the daughter of or. And mrs. Andrew Szalay 5448 i have Faith in our government. Watergate made our nation look bad now but we will bring the country together later to Patch things up and work closely said Suzie Radyk daughter of or. And mrs. Sam Radyk 1754 Grafton rd., and a graduate of Elyria Catholic High school. F1relands High school senior Paul Norrod son of or. And mrs. Paul Norrod Vermilion Road Oberlin thinks Money is being wasted investigating the watergate scandal. That Money should be used for other things. There Are people living in ghettos and programs that should be shaped up like he said. A few of those surveyed feel the news Media has blown watergate out of proportion. This Type of thing has been going on for a Long time and Nixon was just the first one to get caught. It would t be anything that dramatic if they the press would t build it up so said Mike Rigsby of North Ridgeville High school son of or. And mrs. Robert c. Rigsby 34805 Bain Bridge rd., North Ridgeville Bill Moury of Brookside High school believes people should become involved and work within the system to get things changed. Bill son of or. And mrs. Carl Moury 908 East dr., Sheffield Lake will go to College in the fall to study forestry. I like it. It gets me away from people. People have a great tendency to mess things he said relating instances of ecology abuses and pollution. The Quality of life is increasing but the value of life is going Down. I la see a kid in a baby Carriage on the Street and wonder what kind of a future is that kid going to Bill added. Those graduates polled have their immediate futures mapped out. Most plan to go to College in the fall several will work and two Are going into military service. The most unusual is Philip Vantreuren of Brookside High turn to Page a-3.col.1, Michael Rigsby Kathy Szalay the Elyria Ohio dinner time dad s work is never done even on father s Day As Jonathan Livingston Robin above clearly proves. Hopefully dads of Homo Sapiens Type will not labor so hard today and will find enjoyment perhaps on a Golf course where Jonathan would find Only Worms. It Dale Thompson took this photo near his Lorain Home after mounting a camera in a tree three feet from the nest. The camera a motor driven Model was tripped by a Long Remote Cable. Jury named Nixon As co conspirator by Clark Hoyt newspapers writer Washington president Nixon was part of a conspiracy to defraud the United states and to obstruct Justice in watergate a Federal grand jury charged in an extract made Public by the supreme court yesterday. In a rare weekend order the High court refused to release sealed transcripts and Legal briefs relating to the allegations against Nix on. Bat the court did release a one sentence extract from one of the sealed documents which confirmed what has been Public knowl Edge since Early this month that the grand jurors voted 19-0 almost four months ago to name hire president As an Oniu died co conspirator in the watergate cover six the Brief extract released by the justices added dramatic emphasis to jibe Ralph or legalistic term or indicted co conspire on feb. 25.1s74. It said the grand jurors. Without a single dissenting vote agreed that inhere is probably cause to believe that Richard m. Nixon among others was a member of the conspiracy to defraud Oie United slates a73d to obstruct Jjustice. And the grand jury weather showers Likely variable through tomorrow with Chance of a Flowers. I rfcs today in tace mid i offer fac. Laws at Frigm offer m Art Lew its. Highs Low Mii is. Probability 31 per met Mifot. Details on Page by authorized the special prosecutor to identify Richard m. Nixon among others As an Unin diced co conspirator in connection with sub sequent Legal proceedings in this the grand jury s wording made it More Clear than Ever that they would have brought formal criminal charges against Nixon if it had not been for a warning by special prosecutor Leon Jaworski that it May not be Possi ble to indicia sitting president the grand jury did indict seven former Nixon associates in be watergate including a r. Haldeman. Former White House chief of staff John d. Ehrlichman. Former Domestic policy adviser to the presi Dent and former atty. Gen John Mitchell. Jaworski in a Brief filed Friday in connection with a separate matter had argued that it was necessary and appropriate for the grand jury to name the president As an onion dated of co Spira Tor. The supreme court action yesterday came ironically after a joint motion by White House lawyers and the special prosecutor to unseal certain documents related to the grand momentous conclusion. These included the transcripts of secret conferences at which us. District judge John j. Sinca and lawyers for ire cover rap defend ants were informed of the jurors decision about the president Jaworski and the White House also wanted to unseal briefs filed in connection with the special prosecutor s demand for the tapes of 64 additional White House watergate conversations Between Nix on and High aides. Release of the sealed documents was Nnandi Monsey opposed by attorneys for the cover of defendants. Chronicle Telegram sunday june 16, 1974 20 cents told palestinians Are the key Nixon flies to Syria hears Blunt words Damascus up flying in through an unintended Security scare that caused tense moments aboard his presiden tial Jet. President Nixon yesterday got a cordial Welcome to Damascus followed by the toughest lecture he has yet heard on the Arab requirements for Middle East peace. President Hafez Assad greeted Nixon with formal honors upon arrival at his third Middle East tour Stop Rode with him through throngs of applauding citizens in the heavily guarded capital and then bluntly stated in an evening dinner speech what it will take to establish peace in the Region. The Only lasting and durable peace would be a peace that would terminate israeli occupation restore the land to its palestinian people remove the grievances inflicted upon the people of Palestine and ensure them of their legitimate nation Al rights he said. Assad said the rights of the palestinians Lay at the heart of these peace requirements and. Blaming Israel he added that palestinians despair of the Justice of Man and International organizations by doing this they the israelis have forced the palestinian people to follow a path not of their own Choice in or Der to remind the world of their existence of their he said referring to guerrilla action. No peace can be established in this Region unless a real and just solution is found for the Palestine question Assad also praised . Initiatives in attempting to mediate peace and Nixon responded As he has to other Arab leaders that he has no instant solutions to the problems of the re Gion. You have indicated your concern about such matters As the palestinians which we of course understand your Borders which we of course understand and your concern for other Nixon said. He said he and Assad would explore in greater detail All of the factors involved m the problems you have touched on i can simply state tonight that we do not consider the first step the syrian Israel disengagement agreement to be the last he said. It is a beginning and a Good Nixon s visit began with a Brief scare when Syria Dis patched unannounced Mig fighter escorts to meet his inbound plane and the presidential Pilot unsure who they were put air Force one through a series of evasive swoops and dives unto the matter was cleared up. The seven tense minutes of Aerial acrobatics and the Proto col mix up that caused them gave Way to a relatively cordial greeting in Damascus a stronghold of palestinian sentiment and militant Arab feeling that was guarded by thousands of soldiers and Security men for Nixon s Protection. Nixon s party came to Syria from saudi Arabia where he met privately earlier in the Day with King Faisal. Wishing him Farewell in Jedwab. Faisal warned that anyone who opposes Nixon either inside or outside the United states has Only mischief in mind. Officials said the Damascus visit might Lead to restoration of .-Sy Rian diplomatic relations but possibly at a High Price. Syrian sources said Damascus would press for even More than the million in Aid and investments the United states has been considering. Today s Index business Industry. Wonica .c-Itoc-7 contract Bridge.b4 c-tdatebook.a-6 crossword pnzle.f-2 datebook.a-6 deaths.d-2 books.4 d-3tod4 camera.12 garden.8-3 outdoor. Like it is.b-5 starapfacis.12 Pat Nixon bargained with a shopkeeper yesterday while on a shopping trip in a Bazaar in Jeddah saudi Arabia. Bowing to the moslem custom by wearing a Long sleeved dress in the scorching desert heat mrs. Nixon purchased a Copper Coffee pot for about you have everything she told one shipowner. I could spend Days she appeared to enjoy the shopping trip but noted that she would like to return someday without her machine gun toting escorts. Up photo fishing from trestle Elyria boy 14, is killed by train sunday scene by Monica Williams Berlin Heights a 14-year-old Elyna youth fishing from a Railroad trestle above the Huron River was killed last night when he was struck by a train and thrown onto an abut ment. Jimmy w. Alien son of or. And mrs. Rob Ert Allen. 578 Augdon or. Was on a weekend camping trip with his brother and sister and her husband at Fries Landing when the Acci Dent occurred according to the Erie county sheriffs department he youth was fishing from the North Side of lire 70-foot High Norfolk and Western rail Way trestle about Midway in the 400-foot Long Span when the two Back Loback engines rounded a curve reports said Engineer Jaines c. Davin. 46. Of Conneaut sounded ithe engine s whish and locked the brakes. Allen dropped his pole and began to run Down the tracks. The engine struck the boy throwing him about 10 feet onto an abutment the Accident happened at 8 last night the Impact with the abutment resulted in a fractured Skull and probably killed the youth immediately said Deputy Erie county Coroner or. Richard Blackann. The youth also suffered a broken Pelvis broken leg and internal injuries. He was pronounced dead on arrival at san Dusky memorial Hospital. Sheriffs deputies stand a Jere is a platform on the South Side of the trestle but apparently in the Yeotis excitement he forgot about it and ran instead. There Are no Side Walls to the trestle. Blackmail said another youth was killed in a similar Accident on line Faroe Bridge several years Aeo family of 4 needs store Washington

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