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   Clovis News-Journal (Newspaper) - September 11, 1970, Clovis, New Mexico                                jSJ Thot notion it wortMast that will not venture ell for its S Johann Schiler ItM YOUR FREEDOM NEWSPAPER a world thtw s half wMle MMiAnt on M 42 141 McNauffM features CFI Wires NEW SEPTEMBER 1970 14 PAGES TODAY DAILY Oft SUNDAf Ife Guerrillas Free 60 Hostages Dynamite Placed On 3 Planes SPOUTS SOAR Clovis High School cheerleaders are busy getting ready for tonifhtagridiron home opener against managing to hold back their excitement long enough to pose for a Wildcat mascot Walter son of and David More land gets help while trying on his head gear from Icfti cheerleaders Kcnda Cindy Morgan and Debbie s School Probe Promised Hr 1 SANTA W5 fUPDState I Leach said several of jhad said they liked the will be com1 f maintenance school vehicles has been i A bov was killed in an accident involving a school vehicle sever weeks Leach the pieted by 1 and will con centrate on three peral financial op erations and nepotism j u ting enough of He said the the need school beafl to nm short o school begafl to nm money at the school vehicle maintenance Leach said the Investigation the last fiscal year because it had overspent its allocation Leach previously announced jing preceding The Pejof physical specifically he was firing James dipartment of Finance cracked prohibited by school rector of professional down on expenditures during i would continue among boys at transferring Pedro RamirezMay and when the school and among juvenile Billos Ramirei has com plained of not getting probation officers in the relatives working at the i enough He said the further the in ivestigation the serious the charges ap ipear to Supplies Denied To 255 Others By United Press International aboard the three planes today i Arab guerrillas today reland were still holding the leased 60 women and children ipassengrgrs and crew membesr j hold hostage in Amman but aboard the aircraft at j made no move to carry out m The planes can now be earlier promise to transferblown up at the push of a immediately into the said the Red nian capital the 255 other j Alain M o d o u hostages still aboard maintenance of the status hijacked airliners parked on at the air strip is desert air equivalent to mental and An International Red Crossphysical and this must spokesman in Geneva said Arab be brought to the attention guerrillas guarding the at the air strip northeast Modoux said the guerrillas j Amman had replaced dynamitealso had ordered a Red Cross If If i medical cam of three physij jcians and five nurses to leave NivAi rlliS tne air slrin anci i carrying medical and sanitary supplies before they reached strip supplies were airlifted by the Red Cross to riQIlCa Amman WASHINGTON IUP1 1 the freed hosta Armed guards Will be placed in the InterContinental airliners on both domestic i Hotel in a calvalcade of taxis and foreign flights starting and private A spokesman the White Housed the thc announced Liberation of Palestine President Press whose members hij DIVISION WINNER Vicki daughter of and 136 Crescent is shown here with her blue ribbon artwork with TODAY IS CLOVIS DAY which she won first place in the age 1317 division competition at the Cur ry County Staff Photo Fair At Full Tilt Currv Countv is set for tonight and Saturday Last years livestock auction BOAC said the freed be up of congressional after White House conference Con 8 rouP grjasional leaders wid Nixon fcri decided to pOtlfuards 2 and planes and to greatly Increase surveillance of airline passen The group was scheduled to gers and airports as a means of fly to capital of the deferring air j Mediterranean Island of Cy Senate Democratic Leader a chartered Jordanian Mike Mansfield told reportersAirlines plane later following an hourlong meetingj I feel fine except I hope we on the Middle East situation dont get another aaid that there was complete one of the freed unanimity among the partici1 Yvonne 8 of pants on the Presidents On the overall situation One unidentified mother re involving the four successful ceived her passport airliner hijackings by Palestij sion to leave from the nian who are holding guerrillas but did not go with some 250hostages in other released hostages highlighted by the junior sale to be held at 3 uare dancing AJ Today is designated as Clovis Day and Saturday is s e t aside as Pioneer Day at Ufc Salazar Charges Cargo Made Plea ALBUQUERQUQE UPI Aides to David Cargo tried to talk former Secretary by netted over that sons market price for whose anjinafil qualified as first class sale The Saturday fairground auc tion will be held in the live stock barn with Paul Rodman acting as auctioneer and Jack Copeland calling floor prices for Highlighting activity this eve ning along with the square conversation recalled in an See FAIR en Page 14 Mansfield said the leadership was completely behind the Senate GOP Leader Hugh because the Palestinians did not return the passport of her 5 yearold Earlier the Palestine Scott said hopes to the administration j Liberation Organization PLO afford adequate I announced that the passenger protection to all passengers Inand crew members aboard the American j three planes parked at the air Participating in a briefing forstrip would be brought immedi Capitol Hill leaders was Nixons National security Hen ry ately to Amman while negotia their release conti tions for Blue Ribbon Cities Winners Announced Shaky Tract Established In Jordan By United Press International A shaky truce brought to a standstill today 11 days of bitter fighting in Amman between Jordanian troops and Palestinian The government appealed to its citizens to return to their shops and Nixon Levels Host At Congress WASHINGTON UPI President Nixon accused the Democraticcontrolled Congress today of tink ering with old programs while failing to act on re commendations of his where there is an unmis takable national judgment that something needs to Socoiid Offtr Givwi To UAW DETROIT UPI General Motors today presented the United Auto Workers a second con tract believed similar to one presented by Chrysler Thursday and termed a long way from acceptable by the Httrrkont Heads Toward Ttxas IJPI Hurricane a small but swift spread gale winds and rain today toward the Texas hit only a month ago by the most destructive hurricane in the states his Atttoanv Held On Airman 141CHUCES According a preliminary autop report prepared no evidence of foul play tun yet been uncovered recardinaj the death last 8un4av of John a Styearold Onnon AF8 man found dead near Datli on Highway The pre liminary prenared by o ItU stated simply that Thongs died of a fracture and other multiple Keeps Watch On Rail Threat WASHINGTON UPI The nations railroads now face a double strike and it appears Congress may have lo settle both The issues involved are demands for a 40 per cent wage hike by four unions represent ing of the railroad and a dispute over whether firemen should be used on diesel The railroads were already under a Monday midnight strike deadline over the wage issue on the United Transportation Union UTU served notice it would feel free to stride over the firemas issue any time tfter midnight Sept Pretttmt NivM eould we die Railway Labor Act to cajl a Ift delay in the Nixop already used provision aM remedies in the fL dispute wbicfe stretches the LEASID FOR HALF THI PRICE handed several New Mexico Thursday at the annual Newdevelopment and because of Mexico Municipal League liveability also vention being held in Silver Ci did not place in any of Corrections John Salazar Thursday when he announced he out of quitting before the June begin personal campus 2 primary election apparently appearances throughout the because of a feared backlash state Wednesday to get student to Cargos senatorial Sal azar said votes in the November He said his first appearance iili aaivi t iivti The Albuquerque be at the University of seeking a spot on the November ballot as an independent guber natorial said he was asked not to resign by New Salazar presently is collecting a petition signed by 100 regis tered voters which Attorney He If I said would Evans asked aSKlU Ul W icoifcii uj oiH Grace a Cargo He General Matoney Mid said he refused when his condi tions werent met Salazar said he met with Evans and others after he sub mitted his risignation because Cargo refused to fire Penitenti ary Warden Felix was necessary for his for governor on the Independent New Mexico Party ticket to be He said the purpose of the campus appearances was to at tract votes of students and oth Andy Carter In Eashide Anderson Republican candidate for the Senate seat now held by Joseph campaigned in Clovis and at the Curry County Fair ers not agreeing with Democra tic after the jdWate Pete Domenici I Salazar unless Cargo kept his letter today after appearing before the New Mexico Municipal gue meeting in Silver City yes Replying to NewsJournal questions on current ty this Tucumcari and Alamogordo were named as Blue Ribbon Los Alamos county ad Local officials attending the league convention from Clovis were Mayor Chick Salazars resignation after two months as Corrections Secretary ante short time before the fune 2 primary which Cargo lost o Anderson Carter of Loving ministrator Paul Nolarid was er named city manager of the year and Roswell public works director Fanrel McLain City Commissioner Jewell Join Secretary Buraice was chosen public works man of the year in the statewide Tucumcari and Al amogordo were selected be The convention opened Wed nesday and featured addresses by various state and municipal officials oa various subjects pertinent to urban devetop READERS Should you MISS your paper ptease call 763 3431 between and daily and if Sundays and a copy will be deliv INSIDE TODAY ABBY BRIDGE CHURCH CLASSIFIED CLOVIS IN BRIEF COMICS CROSSWORD DEATHS EDITORIAL HOROSCOPE HOSPITAL NOTES 14 MARKETS M SOCIETY SPORTS Carter had these comments think a little oldfashion ed knucklerapping would help curb violence OB college and I university who have been treated as a sep arate category of citizens should have the same responsi bility and same standards the rest of us Carter If they violate a or roles of the they should be It isnt right for any group to interfere with the rights of other students to get an who spoke to the Al buquerque chapter of Fraternal Cargo Gets Break On Limo SANTA FE UPI Datiiing He auto An agency vid Cargo for two years has used new kased for him by the state from Santa Fe automobile dealer it tess than hell the aonna rental the bead of the stele muter porWitto pal nM mtef nth the HawwkOW by the lid the cost was set Jur Corporation for rented to foveraors Jdut MttNTil lAttttAflp SAM the pool aow was paying a mouth the Chrysler would cost about qpjpMm VWMMW Cargos Rwl AJloough Cargo said did not know the oast of the a contract lie signed last year for the OMrystar Imperial car ried a cast of a month I dont eaie ateft the thing nid whoet pr sonal car is a staatt foreign npde statioa The ear in tbe steie motor Uviagstoo He nool Order of Police last law enforcement agencies lee some lessening of the Ctupuf unrest that affected of the nation last On the state of the nMeill use of other state cars by charg ing agencies which them eight cents per Records the traosportatKM pool far ttte year had paid out tMtt Cuter he the public is tee to about the repofltj Democratic rtrafcgy the cooling off of the Pact Mid the tot tftan limousine for the mm 9MP sold it few ytaif WJfMM I 4   

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