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   Clovis News-Journal (Newspaper) - September 14, 1970, Clovis, New Mexico                                let fVtctrttf Mi emd ttit onrifhtoevt men W ft 99 NO HP CON id YOUR FREEDOM NEWSPAPER NEW SEPTEMBER 1970 14 PAGES TOOAf 0AILT CM SCNDAf Governments Pressing Hijacking Hostage Talks At Least 49 Held By Arabs ar fey hKenslve wrarttv at majar aftfMic following Ute epMente a small irl H a of arms aad bags at FOR ENMO STUDENTS Insurance Pondered PORTAl ES in rebility destructive unrrst or We have an open door cent davsbv insurance prohviolence by students or Any of us in administration Iwns Eastern New Mexico Charles will talk to students at any versiiv officials are sounding said Eastern would continue outthe possibility of a adhere to its human dignity We have been fortunate m raiesunc me pool arrangement involving all a policy adopted in be free of any violence on gfoup whjch gtaged the Insurance companies in the recent past which declares the president s a hijackings and Wew up three to provide insurance that there are three ba sic We have been free of the valupd a more thgn coverage for physical facilities rights on any campus a stuing of any classes or Wfls Aiding M n an move a few dents right to a pymg o By Lrited Press The five governments in vtlved in the mass hijackings by Arab guerrillas today asked the Swiss ambassador in Amman to open as many negotiation channels as possible to try to secure the release of the 49 or more hostages still held by the I The International Red Cross jalso resumed its negotiation j but the situation was complicated by Israels arrest of 450 Arab guerrillas in occupied territory and the guerrillas threat of unimagin able reprisals if the Israeli arrests The Popular Front for the i Liberation of the left Wfls Aiding three six W w w m mm Albuquerque TO Skip Woman SaltDinner t SANTA FE UPU DS NICOSIA Cyprus UPDOne er was trying to feed her 7vid Cargo said today he of two Albuquerque residents monthold would not attend a dinner fea aboard a night commandeered She praised the young women luring Vice President Spiro and destroyed by Jordanian who had been held hostage onjAgnew as speaker guerrillas today was among 97 the plane with but indicated he probably passengers bound for New York Some of the girls were very would meet the vice president Trans World Airlines said the brave and inventive during our when he arrived for the 707 airliner would arrive in she i Cargo said he still had not New York this Air The Burnetts were aboard the received any phone calls or had line officials said Winifred BurTWA Boeing 707 commandeered i conversations witn nett of Albuquerque was listed on Labor Day over as passengers aboard the and rerouted to Revolution Mr and Burnett port outside were the TWA boeing The along with British gg 707 taken over Labor Day while and Swiss was McKim said Cargo flying over TWA said the head of the Bur nett Engineering was Burnett was taken to Ni nett Engineering was rosja whpre s n c was among 57 persons unaccounted freed othcr for and was believed a captive of the Arab freed along gers Saturday and The couple boarded the plane McKim name was inadvertantly emit ted from the list of compli mentary The letter made reference to previous but Cargo said he had received no other let n an unexprciea move a inree sin davs Millers Insurance right to teach and an adminis1 Of we wouldn t loJSwiss nine Britons and Fort notified trators right to he declared onc Bu thprc were MISS AMERICA I Thomas Thornton Burnett is Eastern along with every other Dr Meister said ate BUI 39 makes clear that m he e o r g e univcnitv the firm We are making sure we on anyone interferes with the v 6 smiles for cameramen a f t er it would no lonffer underserve this he addnormal lawful operations of the Most of the Americans were winning the Miss America pag the institutions i university is violating the lo be Jewish Ameriieant The 5 foot f with i and we would enforce the cans but two American soldiers miss is a student at North anoe Eastern s w n jn explanation of r w 1 1IC LfVtti Have you heard anything jn en route about our men Burnett home from a world tour thatj Cargo said he had asked newsmen before the in August couPle of Ca51s white lief flight left i House officials asking him to Since most of the formermeet the vice president when hostages had no passports orne arrjves in The other the arrival time It Embassy here prepared an I hope the negotiations come sne ilaw wcre also tboughl held caPtivelas State University at we have acknowlvThe guerrillas today released jex f her home First run I was Claudia that company ends 34 The Eastern regular law Irvine Graham of named Monroe in all areas of the Oa a insurance in who ibihty of supporting all said nine days ago during resident for Jordans near civil Howard There have been reports o t h e r s guerrillas were holding five Ac i would first talk tothe dissent Israeli women and LOOITIS to serve as its agent of of all onT hi ttempting to wt up their which ta effect pool with companies that anyone who inter ed by other agenu in the with a student g o n g to Gene class would be interfering with president for tasmees his same Roil Strike would be applied toj Amman MJd wme of no WUUMJ j mane held might be Israeli Tflllft HOfl We know we can get Insurinterference with a teachers orj some 600 new freshmen from ance Whether we can afford it an administrators WASmNGTON is somelhinR he or ner We have treated used ts We have been authorized list of passengers to a group travel we are sure We have cabled the list of a petite brunette prepared for an in her later took care of embassy spokesman said before another youngster whose moththe plane five governments most nafjon another railroad greater portion our own He pointed out that there are other Insurance combines Inter ested in helping The cancellation by Miller was not a result of campus vio lence or destruction at Eastern As Harrell pointed the Por tales Institution has had no in cidents of destructive acts di rected at its physical facilities maintained our 1 i n e s of beginning of classes next Mon communication with students day Im Going After Billy Ricky Dies EAST Wash j But Billy already w West erland and Israel Swiss Chan enwj collor Karl Huber said today in Bern their standing committee Taylor Denies E ii dor semen t behind the threa already was outside A news report getting wide is any closer to piay around New Mexico that jClovis Mayor Chick Taylor Jr independent newspaper colum was standing nearby during the possible railroad unions under terms of ivniwu not but the Railway Labor Act UPU Rickv Hammonrra J wiTh Vs fatherrfour sisters and representatives of Su Administration whose death resulted from broanother In the Algeria and the Arab were known to be Bern their standing committee Nixon has endorsed Republican P e t e i Because of mv personal re strategy had It appeared President is lationhin wifh Swiss Ambassador Charles would be forced to intervene in DuBois in Amman to o p e n as the dispute by clamping a 60 many negotiation channels as day no strike order on the four Tuesday I got one call from Ernie Agnews scheduling sec asking that 1 meet him Agnew at the Cargo I may make it Cargo said he would spend Tuesday morning at Santa Cla ra Pueblo with members of the State Highway Department and Highway Commissim discussing problems over a proposed road and Cargo did not say when he would be through with the meet ing at Santa but left no doubt that he would not attend the Im not going to that dinner Cargo We didnt get ev erything Cargo declined to elaborate on who we for governor is less than 100 per cent Tay lor told the NewsJournal lationship with him Domenici through municipal league and working with him as mayor of Taylor emphasized in the inj this possibly gives j anew that he did not intend Uttle advantage as far terview his statement to be construed as an endorsement of either guber therly love youthful imppetsion of the did Ricky j not see his I trying Jordan tne possibility of are now in tne possioimy Kinc to negotiate another letting a strike at least n candidate the Taylor As for the universitys apuosiywill be buried this apparently did not see his trying to negotiate anoiner letting a strike at least roachTto possi Wckv died early Saturday brother climb out the i ceasefire between guerrillas for a few to dramatize roacn 10 wading OU me cwiuiuay armv morning in a fire at the familv iiiui HIIIB in a me uir laiiuii No other members of the Ben INSIDE TODAY ABBY u a Ilr lew and the Jordanian army after for expanded presiden but he was merely pointing out that because of didnt mean it as public endorsement of either younger he erroneously believed had not fore he was to climb out a window to Ricky center buriifng Souse fire that gutted most of miles northeast of Amman industry dis trv to save a younger brother their three bedroom frame Most of Uiose countries naveputM Nixon asked for that thanks mostly to a man condemned the from Congress but known only by his last Just before he was to climb Minor was driving past the Hammons residence early Sat 1 background as an elected he cial in Albuquerques he should be wellacquainti with the problems of munici Tuesday with widely scattered afternoon A little warmer northeast Tucumcari Clovis Carlsbad CLASSIFIED 13 CLOVIS IN U 12 DEATHS 1Z U HOSPITAL NOTESH J1 IY END OF SKEIN decided his still was in the bedroom they I turday when he noticed the He stopped and helped the He Im going after family escape from the burning house and also tried to rescue Rjcky when the boy was trapped and ran past his mother and back into the burning section of the NEWSJOURNAL READERS Should you miss your paper please call 763 3431 between a n d daily and Ii Sundays and a copy will be deliv the proposal has languished in the Senate Labor There were arguments against this course of because it might prove unpopular with the public and could possibly be turned by Taylor ah ton of th into a political isue Democrats running in November the ITf IACK TO ftaot forgtt your daily Metier trom fhe CVwis Newsjournal Sunday thf HI or by WDt Sheriff Worley Undaunted By PAVE MOUNA Staff Writer the reins to Sheriff Elect Bob southwestern fash old Larry Smart who bolted from the juvenile section of the county courthouse at 4 ate kid wanting out of added the Theres only one leading ill the bottom of the ninth a to the effect this mormng in he count warrior losing the battle in an i if werent was blown ion Wortey caught j eleventh hour ofteosive thrust up a bit over proportion 1 man escaped frotn my jail and a sure fire wager slipping would have been really worried and it W8S my I through your fingers at the last had it been in the main tank to catch worey and maximum security cellsCjty possible But Sheriff the clear thinking optimistic law enforcement of Curry is taking in Hes aot worried aor and today past weekends Jim Coleman i sneaked up to a car and in the crouched and ing a soft drink It would have been to was It was Worleys first jail Ireak la almost years as ateriff of Curry County and U came just little over three keep his record intact but since U turned out as it Im real happy and Im in sympathy with Jailer any jailer would tefero at turn ever I flashed a flashlight OB told him who I was and to gave up very At BO time did I consider him daoger m and Uw fart tat gun tuned u doctor a juvenile Tie I 17 UM atf wag tivUng to kiU to djcjit U hurt said And the sheriff 1 still have a clean record as far as the main cells are one has ever escaped from there oa he said io a plea sant As to method of tracking down It was a simple matter d foUow fcftf up reports of We had t twcriptioa of We bued aod Hi jMH In a United Press Intelnation al story and other reports Niion KttM In Toned WMi WASHINGTON UPI The White House the position today that Israels mass roundup of f suspected Arab guerrillas was an independent ac chairnwn directly Hnked to the of 5Q credited with endorsing the Re publican The Clovis mayor explained that he was talking of hostages still being held by Palestinian Nixon continued to keep in dose touch with the sit Ziegler said the President was of course Ueved by th6e safe return of most hostages but deep ly concerned about the missing passengers of thrw and subsequently blown up by course of the ob1 served that he felt King was one of the best qualified Democratic gubernatorial candidates the state has had in years but that Domenicis eiperience is parti cularly suited to an understand ing of city Taylor said Fred 1 Carry HJf4 Voters SANTA FE UPDA list re feased Kates office today County with regis Icred Of ttet Democrats and TOKYO tPI An earthquake shook the east ern coast of Japan tonight and officials issued t ti dal wave The Central Meteorological Agency said the earthquake struck the northern part of Japans main at am EDT There was no immediate word 09 damage or tte tut cuaty kai mnhiajkt kjs a fit voi 17 DmtOIT UPD the hours ticked off toward the 11 59 EST strike both tifte United Auto Workers and General Motors predicted today a walkout was inevitable there dramatic move toward a tettientvent TittM te Vltt Cwt To IfMH UW The United cut ill troop strength in Vietnam to men last loweat level since early command Mi nounced VdayBut not aj many men vent might have been expected from the ptoymenta of air and toflMl duriaf miliUrf   

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