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asked that Congress available at reasonable rates raise the ticket tax on domestic from commercial insurers flights from 8 per cent to 8i the highest ranking per cent and the head tax on Negro in the armed forces international fares from II to betore his resigned to finance the airliner Clevelands public safety security guard j program and will coordinate the the functions of the airport and airborne security now Troops Alerted By United Press International King Hussein of Jordan ordered his army in Amman today to cease firing in the Jordanian civil war and demanded absolute and strict The cease fire order was issued after he accused the Syrian army of invading With the situation worsening tion of our major responsibili units to support an evacuation ties in these historic momentsoperation for American citizens in the life of our I ordershould that become an absolute and strict vance of the ceasefire as of Friedheim said the operations this Fifthfour airplane hostages are believed the Amman area although no units and some ships and word of their fate has beenDivision of men at Fort I involved units in the United hijack States and Germany and still medical and hospital one by the hour the Pentagon disclosed in Washington it had alerted American armed forces in the United States and Europe for possible evacuation of American citizens from Jordan where the army and Palestinian guerrillas have fought a civil war since Israeli military spokes M r Tel Aviv said 200 Syrian received in several was iankYmoving under cover of an j are also about 400 American j placed on artillery barrage had seized thecitizens h Jordan and anyHussein ordered one cease of Irbid 14 miles south of American intervention would Saturday evening but border in a move that to evacuate i guerrilla broadcasts said they outflanked the Golan Heights Defense Department did not accept Field Marshal Sasefire line and brought spokesman Jerry Friedheim Habcs the Jordanian Svrian armor to within 18 milessaid in Washington the military said guer Israel alert was ordered overnight andirillas opened fire and his men Husse inceascfire apparentincluded movement of morefired ly applied only to the Amman j warships toward the Mcditer parls Amman g dt of trfftll T tlJOf ONE MORE NAME An unidenti according to Deputy County Clerk B HeSthl the be paid from will have the title of director of general Treasury Big Banks fled voter shown adding his name to the list of residents who have register ed to vote in the November primary election and 5 Tuesday is the deadline for getting it The total registration a week ago was Florine who is recording the registration Of the are are Republicans and 364 are classified as Staff Photo where Cairo newspapers persons had been the civil war and area said i killed in where they said the bodies of transport thousands of persons were ranean as well as the place ment OB standby of Army was in flames infantrymen and Air Red Slows Drop Rates Cambodian Operation NEW YORK big personal loans arent likely to New York banks forced ajgo at least not as a major btwch today in the wall direct result of the prime rate of resistance to a cut fai the commercial bank prime inter Mt rate that has been under consumer pressure since late in t c Morgan Guaranty Trust AB led the New York banks with a a spfltover reduc of UK PHNOM PENH UP Prime Minister Lon Nol flew north today m a ftorrowcd to cloajHffl look and to brief field commanders on the largest strewn in the raising the possibility of serious Guerrilla radio broadcasts reported heavy fighting in the Irbid area and at 15 miles northwest of the site of a major Palestinian refugee The guerrillas said they had liberated all of north Jordan but fighting was still going OB at Salt Tbe respected Tel Aviv are continuing to take a series disease and hundreds of thou of precautionary actions to sands increase the readiness of newspaper Yedloth Haronoth f ft Cambodian military opcraUons half point cut to 74 per followed quickly by Chemical NCW I bogged down for a demand for car At the tame the New York Trust The two fifth and sixth largest in the respec sent other New York bankers into hasty conferences and sparked a rash of similar cuts around the While the prune rate cuts will make loans obtained by big busineess borrowers a bit the interest lr ami ht weeks ago to push up Route 6 to Kompong 50 miles to But the North Vietnamese surrounded to the CommunJjjs Viet Cong forces closed the that for more two auMfand the task force ygrwtiSTiu imrninent and The Communists stalled the Neak Washington would send in drive 14 miles north of flew to Phftom penhiaratroODS asked for encircling the nine the weekend for urgent Droadcast A relief force consultations with in Cambodian paratroppcrs broke j Nol was given credit for the since we war that resulted in the i announced the Syrian invasion WASHINGTON UPI The Internal Revenue Service said today that about half of doctors who received or mv jfcuiiiv inmf MIV Cambodian high command anthrough the Communist ring strategy that resulted Denounced the appointment ofjeast Friday and tlure wore recapture of 26 miles reports the task force has boon1 south of Phnom discounted and I whic per cent interest basis for Mortgage mer loan Ml I H J VI being paid by the man on the by changes in the business street for automobile andprime Grand Jury H Down Indictments The Ninth Judicial District Grand Jury hai handed down nine indictments and is now re Indictments have been re turned against Patrick Gib no age or and Kenneth K 501 both on charges of fel ony worthless William Fred 516 indicted for fail ure to appear on He was originally charged with armed robbery of the S t r e t no age or has been indicted for fraud over and less than for merchandise alleged ly misappropriated from La Debonair dress Indicted for contributing to the delinquency of a minor in separate incidents were Jose Eugenio currently in the state and Jef Stirman was for nonsupport current rate on is per j including r nan u replace Neak who had commanded the Cambodian task ch works out it moved out of Skoun t on a for a was said officially to from sources said it like Nol wanted to get move in operation moving and are wnatically affectin the headed north in an effort lo break the weeklong Union entrapment of troops near Tang the same time a offensive was re under way in the j an army general GtHYin Norodom Sihanouk later no age and he took over ndicted for of government last Ml 4iM personal flew to 35 nd less than Homer en were of Phnom Skoun is the from where earth moon task force left two Soviet Probe Leaves Moon MOSCOW Soviet is Luna 16 unmanned probe lifted off from the Is surface today after to Tass the official drill of Sunday marked a Soviet comeback from the failure of Luna which Western space experts said crashed on the in while racing Armstrongs Apollo 11 mission to the and appealed to the Syrians not fight Shortly afterward he ordered the ceasefire Amman as of Husein In response to the appeal of conscience and national duty and to put an end to the tragedies which the Syrian conspiracy imposed on our and in apprecia lass iaiu CICVH tu i ic ctiiinn trmk Lima Jo aiou was iiiai SmPleLs of lunar rSThat wfre Soviet spacecraft to touch down later placed in a container had L 1U Soviet space returning from the moon to the carried samples of the moon it said The softlanding at 4 mtfi Vm frey no age or ad Partly cloudy with few af ternoon showers today and near the mountains Turning a little cooler late to light and on Gusty winds both High 1970 United Fund Campaign Nearing The 1919 edition of the United Fund campaign drive will kick off next Monday in Curry County with this years goal for collections set at In the the county UF drive netted and 94 cents of each dollar collected was returned to UF agencies for their The remaining six cents of each dollar was us ed to defray administrative cost and costs of campaign materials such as post ers envelopes and other inci United Fund began in Curry County nine years ago and since that time has enlarg ed iU scow to include 14 agen cies which keaefit from UK UF 1 Rpnomit i WaWrm 19 PCWTY w The newest agency in cluded in this years UF drive is the Association of Retarded The UF program will begin Monday with a kicltoff break fast at the Chamber of Com merce 215 and a orientation to brief Preparations for the drive have already begun with the erection of billboard signs around the Clovis The typical United Fund thermom i eters which keep the public posted on the amount of dona received will be situat throughout the area as well as at the corner of Seventh and Mak Streets as The 14 agencies for which the United Fund acts as collection agency are toe Rod the CristoGWI Scout abled Childrens the Na tional Council on Crime and De uquency and the of Re tarded Each Curry County business firms place an em ploye on loan to the United Fund to work for two weeks during ttie The loaned execu as they are con tribute their time to the drive and the business for which they work thereby contribute of their manpower to the The chairman of the board jr the United Fund this year is Howard Conley and the chair man of the campaign is Virginia Vaught acts as cochairman ior the The United as an en is wUa coilec in the lunar landscape since Luna 13 in The official Tass news agency said Lunas earth controllers coaxed the craft down gently by remote control of its braking which set the silver sputnik down In stages like jack In The agency pinpointed Its landing spot in jelenographic coordinates as 0 degrees 41 minutes south latitude and K degrees 18 nunutes east longti in the area of the Sea of Luna 16 has started making studies of the moons smoke spiraled over the burn ing The Palestinian Red Crescent appealed fo Ulp and We can tell you today wesaid Jordan is threatened with are threatened with from starvation and increase Uie reauuicas ui uvaui Marine and Air IRS Soys Doctors Face Tax Evasion USOi Ms Okay to KM tows WASHINGTON Agriculture Department has an nounced it has classifed New Mexicos state meat inspection program as equal to its own fed eral inspection The ruling means that New Mexico will retain full respon sibility for inspection of Intra state plants which sell all their products within the state boun TheAgricuIture Depart ments federal iaspectors super vise plants which sell products acros state The New Mexico which will affect about 45 intrastate was taken under terms of the IMS Wholesome Meat h State SANTA FE UPDThe eighth case of bubonic plague in New Mexico in 1970 was t3ujio wm today by Bruce Storrs of I The the Health and Social Services1 departments medical The case was reported in a 14 year old Tijeras Canyon youth the second case in that area this The youth is re covering in Josephs Hospi tal in Storrs con and is in good condi This is the biggest year for plague weve had in a long Storrs There were five confirmed cases of the plague last year including an outbreak at a hip pie commune at Placitas north cast of Storrs said the youth apparently contracted the disease from a rodent in the The disease earlier was reported in a Sandia Park more in government or medicaid payments in 1961 failed to report a substantial amount of their tegisla isel for thi said in the omission excmfed Whitaker gave the Senate Finance Committee preliminary results of adults of doctors tax audits were ordered after the committee said there was widespread tax evasion by doctors treating medicare and medicaid pa The committee turned over to the IRS names of doctors that it said received medicare or medicaid payments exceed ing in Whitaker reported on preliminary results of the first About half of the we audited will come up with substantial deficiencies in reported he He added that preliminary results indicate a number or instances of unre ported including some where the omission exceeded it There whether was no the craft indication would at tempt to scoop samples of moonsoil and blast off again for Space sources in Moscow declined to venture a predic The Luna program began to and led to the first softlanding on the moon by Luna 8 in The Soviets also have Venus T en route to the planet Venus for an attempted landing there about the first ol the tioa el funds for Its alter a tte needs of ties UP in ferNd A UF in Mot 10 couiot Dont forget your daily Htetto from HOME Clovis NewsJournal Ub4x Secretory Sets Unemployment Drop WASHINGTON UPI Labor Secretary James Labor Secretary James Hodgson says the nations per cent rate ol unemployment will ease by December without us ing government subsidized job programs backed by Hodgson estimated about onethird of current unemployment resulted from defense spending cuts rather than a general slump in In that he the aver age period of idleness for jobless workers in re cent months was eight to nine while the average in 1958 and 1961 was 17 weeks or UNM Student fewctjt SftjtJy Grant ALBUQUERQUE UPI University of New Mexico junior Fred Will has received a tional Science Foundation grant to continue re search on methods to convent sewage to edible Will has developed a plant that produces protein from a continuous flow ol Will said it is more economical and richer in protein than that produced by the batch method in which the protein is generated in single MMMft TemiMI I InTM PMflMti NEW YORK UPI The stock market turned tower during the second hour reflecting new concern over events in the Middle East Trading was Shortly before The Dow Jones industrial was off about 4 points after being ahead more train 2 points in the Of the issues declines out scored 899 to EAST 4 his wtiew wile a BrttM engineer crossing Atlantic ttw too Free LiferwportM tedftf ing peter git ttipe I   

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