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Ames Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - September 19, 1970, Ames, Iowa To speakers and plays . Stephens auditorium noted scientist and author Ralph Lapp will discuss i he environmental crisis on tuesday at 8 . Lapp author of a the weapons culture a had a significant part in the world War ii Manhattan project. He later became die assistant director of the Argonne National Laboratory and has been on the staff of George Washington University. In addition he Lias been a scientific adviser to the . Government. In the past 20 years he has worked to explain and expose the Impact of science on society. There is no admission charge for his lecture. A Road show engagement of the jubilant Broadway musical a George my is scheduled for two performances on saturday following the Iowa state Colorado state football game. A biography of George m. Cohan the musical celebrates the life and successes of this famous Patriot and showman. Tony Tanner has the title role singing and dancing to a a in a a Yankee Doodle Dandy a a Sharrigan a a give my regards to Broadway a a Over there a and Many other performances Are at 4 and 8 30 . There Are Good seats in All areas for the matinee. A few tickets remain for the evening show. Tickets May be purchased from either the Hub ticket office or the Stephens auditorium Box and artists main floor Union Art displays continue in the memorial Union. In the main floor gallery photos taken by students in journalism photography courses Are being exhibited until sept. 30. Pioneer room Union Dorothy Taha a Des Moines artist is showing her works in the Pioneer room of the Union. She has been giving shows in Iowa and Nebraska for the past to years and recently showed in new York new Jersey and Chicago. Her one Man show of oils Watercolours and sketches will be on display until oct. 4. Gallery Union in the gallery the Iowa Art Guild is exhibiting the paintings of 16 of its members until oct. 4. Design Center gallery a spirit of the comics a a collection of pop paintings drawings and prints based on comics will be on display at the Iowa state design Center 104 building of from sept. 21 until oct. 12. The show was organized by Stephen s. Prokopoff director of the Institute of contemporary Art at he University of Pennsylvania. It is circulated by the american federation of arts in new York City and consists of 47 selections which show the influence of the comic strip on society. Films the second in the film theatre series �?o491,�?� will be shown on wednesday at 7 and 9 . In Curtiss Audito num. This swedish film is a daring study of Young swedish delinquents and their alienation from society. It comes from the director of a i am curious tickets Are available Al the English office building or at the door. All tickets afe for the entire season. Music Carl Staplin associate professor of Church and Organ music at Drake University will give an Organ recital at collegiate methodist Church on sunday at 8 . The performance includes compositions by . Bach Handel and several others. Staplin is an associate of the american Guild of organists and has appeared As a guest recitalist for several Guild conventions. He has also concerti Zed extensively in the East and Midwest. There is no admission charge. Des Moines to Host hearing Des Moines has been selected As one of four cities in the la lion to Host Public hearings next month by the presidents i Mission for the Observance of the 25th anniversary of the United nations. Commission chairman Henry Cabot Lodge Laid the meetings Are being held in an Effort to reappraise he effectiveness of the . And United states participation n it. The Des Moines hearing will be held oct. 2, Lodge said. Leary letter authentic Angeles police said Friday a boast allegedly made by the Dent Weatherman organization in a letter to United press International apparently was authentic. The letter received wednesday in los Angeles said the Weatherman group helped Timothy Leary escape from. A California minimum Security prison. Police experts say the signature on the letter seems to be Leary a. Two attorneys who represented Leary Laid earlier there was a no doubt the statement in the let ter Vas prepared by him. The letter said Leary and wife of Rosemary a Are now in the underground and Well continue o stay High and wage the revolutionary War a a 200 Brawl in Des Moines fire Irons chains rocks and fists were used in Des Moines ast night As 200 youths scuffled outside a restaurant. Six or rests were made by authorities. Five were juveniles and vere released to the custody of their parents the other Muth was charged with failure to disperse. Police said they lid not know what triggered the fight but they thought most if the participants came from a Post game dance at East High following a football game Between East and North High schools no serious injuries were reported. Noon temperature saturday 57 High 64, 6 . Low 46, 7 . Humidity too per cent barometer 30.25, steady Ames Boone Nevada warmer today tonight and Sun Day. Lows tonight of to 65. Highs on sunday near to. Hussein orders ceasefire guerrillas Battle army in Northern Jordan Tripoli Libya up a Libya threw its support today to the palestinian guerrillas in Jordan a civil War cutting off All financial Aid to the Amman government and dispatching medical supplies blankets blood and doctors to the commandos. King Hussein of Jordan ordered his troops who have been battling palestinian guerrillas for three Days in civil War to cease fire at 6 . Today noon Edythe Middle East news Agency said. The cease fire announcement came just hours after the jordanian military governor marshal Habes Almajali gave the guerrillas an ultimatum to surrender or be shot. It followed a full Day of heavy fighting in the capital of Amman. The Kings troops dominated the fighting but were locked in a Tough House to House Battle with the guerrillas. Fighting also was reported in cities North of Amman. Amman radio broadcast the ultimatum from maj Ali at 1 30 . A this is the last warning to you.,�?� maj Ali told the guerrillas and said they had two and one half hours until 4 . To make up their minds. A everyone who does not surrender and hand Over his weapons or who fires on the armed forces after this time will be killed a maj Ali said. The ultimatum was broadcast by Amman radio shortly after Cairo radio reported Hussein had promised the egyptian government he would announce a cease fire in the three Day old civil War. At 2 18 . A guerrilla radio based in Baghdad Iraq reported heavy fighting also in Ramatha and Irbid in Northern Jordan. The radio said that in Irbid the guerrillas scored a a great Victory by destroying two jordanian army jeeps one half track and a killing or wounding tens of a guerrilla radio in Damascus Syria said fighting also had spread to Suweilem and Salt North of Amman. Several previously announced cease fires Between the two sides have failed some within hours. Jordanian troops used artillery and tanks against the rifles and mortars wielded by the commandos in a bid to score a Quick knockout blow against the guerrillas. The commandos said fighting spread to a Sloun and Zerka 31 and 12 Miles North of Amman respectively. Doubts persisted regarding the safety and whereabouts of 54 persons shanghaied from three hijacked jetliners by palestinian guerrillas while the Swiss government awaited a reply today on a bid to Transfer the hostages from a Jordan wrenched by civil War to another Arab country. The Swiss proposal Friday included the Exchange of the hostages Many of them unwittingly caught up in world events for nearly two weeks for seven Arab guerrillas imprisoned in Europe. As Swiss ambassadors in Cairo Damascus and Baghdad relayed the offer to the egyptian syrian and iraqi governments . State department spokesman Robert j. Mccloskey said in Washington he had a nothing encouraging to report on the status of the beleaguered hostages 38 of them americans. Guerrilla sources in Amman have said the hostages were split up into Small groups and secreted in a dozen hideouts around the capital. Syria was reported moving armaments into Jordan to help the guerrillas. Ames daily Tribune volume 104�?no. 68 Ames Iowa saturday september 19, 1970 ten cents communists trap cambodian reinforcements by Bert w. Okuley Saigon up a High flying b52 bombers dumped More than half a million pounds of explosives on communist troops besieging fire base of Reilly in South Vietnam a Northwest Corner military spokesmen said today. In Cambodia fresh troops broke through to a beleaguered 4,000-Man government task Force which has been trapped by communists for five Days 49 Miles North of phenom penh but the communists almost immediately Cut off the government troops again from resupply. The government troops were harassed throughout the Day by communist fire from both sides up and Down the length of the entire column which stretches four Miles along the Highway. Three cambodian soldiers were killed and 19 wounded raising the total government casualties for the six Day Campaign to 27 killed and at least 163 wounded. A the situation now is serious very very serious a Brig. Gen. Neak Sam commander of the task Force told up newsman Frank Frosch at the scene. His statement was the first official admission that the operation termed the governments largest of the War at its outset was in serious trouble. Reinforcements reached the government troops Friday but by saturday the communists had blown up a Bridge behind them cutting off the entire task Force again. Sam said the Viet Cong and North vietnamese surrounding the government Force had brought in reinforcements too raising the communist troop strength to 4,600 men. He identified the communist unit As the 275th regiment of North Vietnam a 5th division. Israeli pm firm on violations Calls israeli prime minister Golda Meir called on president Nixon at the White House Friday. Mrs. Meir and the chief executive discussed the deteriorating situation in the Middle East. Up telephoto by Nicholas Daniloff Washington up a prospects for resumption of the Mideast peace talks under in mediator Gunnar v. Jarring appeared dim today following meetings Between israeli prime minister Golda Meir and the highest officials of the Nixon administration. There did however seem to be a realistic possibility that the 90-Day cease fire in the Middle East which began aug. 7 might be prolonged into the fall and Winter. These possibilities emerged Friday in a press conference held by mrs. Meir after she met president Nixon at the White House and talked to Secretary of state William p. Rogers at the state department. The prime minister made it Clear Israel would not return to the new York in talks until Egypt pulled Back the missiles which have been reportedly moved into the standstill zone along the Suez canal in violation of the cease fire arrangements. Mrs. Meir said no amount of arms shipments from the United states could persuade Israel to Overlook the reported violations. Nixon not pressing a irrespective of the need for arms Israel has no intention of participating in any talks until the situation is rectified a mrs. Meir said. She said the United states was seeking rectification by taking the Issue up with Egypt and the soviet Union but she offered no Hope that any pullback would be forthcoming. On the contrary she said egyptian violations Are a continuing but she would not go into detail. A on the future of the she said noting that israeli soldiers were not being killed a if Egypt Falls in love with the cease fire then peace will be no president Nixon apparently did not try to persuade mrs. Meir to soften her position on peace talks with assurances of future arms supplies and economic assistance. Jordanian concern meanwhile administration officials remained extremely concerned Over the civil War in Jordan and the unknown Fate of the airline passengers who continue to be held hostage. The defense department disclosed that the 6th Fleet in the Eastern Mediterranean was being augmented by several ships including the helicopter Carrier Guam. The state department indicated the ship movements were connected with the possible evacuation of americans from Jordan. But department spokesman Robert j. Mccloskey studiously left open the possibility that the United states might intervene directly on the Side of King Hussein. Officials however went to pains to say the United states was not actively preparing an intervention. Fulton supports employees wage demands Des Moines up a Robert Fulton Friday lashed out at the a faltering leadership of gov. Robert d. Ray which he said has triggered a Dow spin in Iowa Industrial development and Lack of interest in government among citizens. Fulton the democratic candidate for governor said Industrial development during the past two Ray years a a appears to be lagging like a tired horses speaking to members of the league of Iowa municipalities the Waterloo attorney said if the trend continues a the flowering Valley of our Industrial development will soon become a Ray could not be reached for comment on the charges. Spokesmen said Ray and Iowa development commission director Chad Wymer Friday were travelling to two Iowa cities for Industrial promotion. A with a weak state government a leadership vacuum is created and the private interest lobbies inevitably move in to Wield More influence than is in the Public Fulton said. Speaking Here today Fulton told Iowa state Highway commission employees they should receive the Cost of living increase recommended by the Iowa Merit commission. Fulton said the state a cannot continue to ask its employees to take what amounts to a pay Cut year after year. A your state employees Haven to had a pay increase in the last two years a he said a but the Cost of living has increased considerably during that Fulton said a it is the height of false Economy to make state employees Bear the Burden of this a hold the line budget. We have lost some very valuable civil servants because of it. A finding and training replacements for them has proved to be inefficient and expensive a he said. Sunday Fulton and . Sen. Harold e. Hughes a Iowa will attend a a recession rally and White elephant auction in Boone. The rally which will be held at the Boone county sales barn beginning at 2 ., is the first in a series of democratically sponsored a hard times parties to raise Money for the democratic party according to Clif Larson state chairman. People will donate White elephant items to be auctioned and Mulligan Stew will be served at the Boone event with those attending asked to bring their can tin cans and spoons. The uniform of the Day will be old clothes suitable for the theme and a prize will be awarded to the most ragged party. Jimi Hendrix Dies at Twenty five London up a Erie Burdon Sang the requiem for Jimi Hendrix. Millions of fans around the world who mourned the death of the great electric guitarist would have found it right. Erie sobbed his sadness in up Tempo blues. Burdon Sang his tribute to Hendrix in improvisations on the theme of his own a spill the wine a the audience knew Burdon was singing for Jimi although the squat British blues belter never mentioned the name of the flamboyant american of mixed Cherokee Indian and negro Stock. Erie was crying Friday morning a Telephone Call just after to a in. Told him his Friend Jimi whose soaring career was closely linked with his own was unconscious in the living room of an apartment. Erie urged the caller to get Jimi to a Hospital by ambulance then sped to the emergency Entrance to St. Mary abbots in Kensington himself the tears came Erie said when doctors who first thought Hendrix was dead on arrival detected a faint heart flutter fought to keep him alive then said the heart stopped. Burdon told newsmen Hendrix spent thursday night at the hotel apartment of a Friend German born blonde Monika Hannermann 23. A fall i know is that he had taken some sleeping tablets a the Singer said. She found him in a coma and called an ambulance friends of Hendrix said an inquest by a Coroner has been scheduled for wednesday morning after which decisions will be made on funeral and burial plans. Hendrix Jimi Lendrix 25, considered by Many critics the worlds finest electric guitarist died at a London Hospital Friday. He is shown performing at new York s Fillmore East in a recent photograph. Up telephoto in

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