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Anderson Herald (Newspaper) - October 10, 1970, Anderson, Indiana Nixon orders Hoover to find persons involved in 3 coast bombings by the Assoc wed press president Nixon ordered Fri director j. Edgar Hoover Friday to find the persons responsible for three West coast terrorist bombings for which underground groups have claimed credit. Nixon said thursday s bombings. Which came on the third anniversary of the death of Che Guevara demonstrated Tho need for Tough retinal anti bombing legislation. There were no injuries in Tho bombings which damaged a military armory a Campus Roto building and a courthouse. There have been no arrests in the bombings. But police noting they had several leads were investigating the theory that the incidents were part of a Radical conspiracy. The president s reaction came shortly after a group identifying itself As Quot the Weatherman underground claimed responsibility for the bombing that wrecked a courtroom and a rest room at the Marin county Civie Center in san Rafael Calif. Earlier a Seattle group known As the Quarter Moon tribe said it planted the bomb that caused an estimated $150,000 damage to Navy and air Force facilities at the University of Washington. Another organization. Quot perfect Park Home grown Garden took credit for tile bombing of a National guard armory in Santa Barbara. Calif. Dedicating the act Quot to All revolutionary people throughout the world wherever they fight for love and Freedom and life the Seattle and Santa Barbara groups said they timed their attacks to coincide with the death of cuban revolutionary Ernesto Che Guevara who was shot to death in Bolivia oct. 8, 1967. In san Rafael the courthouse was evacuated Friday afternoon after police received an Anonymous Telephone threat of More bombs. Two Hundred persons from nine courtrooms waited outside for More than an hour White special Crews searched for bombs. They found none. In los Angeles strict Security measures were instituted at Sev. Eral main county offices Friday after authorities said they had been informed a county building was to be bombed Over the weekend Jerry Rittman a District attorney s office spokesman said a a a confidential informant in Oakland reported that the Black panthers planned to blow up the Las Angeles Hall of Justice. The militant negro group s National Headquarters is in Berkeley next to Oakland. Nixon s announcement that he had directed the Fri to try to solve Tho bombing was delivered to newsmen at the Nixon vacation Home in key Biscayne Flaby presidential Secretary Ronald l. Ziegler. Nixon claimed fast congressional action was needed on the anti bombing legislation and said be would sign the measure As soon As it reached him. The Senate unproved and sent to the House thursday a Tough new Quot Law and order package a which includes several anti pleas turn to Page 2, column the Anderson Herald i pm de allegiance to the Flag of the i rated strips of America and to the Republic a by which it s ands one nation under god a indivisible with Liberty and Justice for All. A vol. 103. No. T9 Anderson Indiana saturday morning october to 1970 Price to cents Suez canal evidence claimed Israel says photos show russians Man bases by tue Ssofi ted Prins Isra Laid Friday it a photographic and other evidence proving that russians Are in inning Sam 3 missiles Quot deploy i by Egypt along the sue canal in violation of the Middle St. Cease fire. A military spokesman in tri Aviv did not say what the a other evidence was but observers believe it May include intercepted radio communication Between rus Ian and egyptians at the Sites in Idle the a fire zone on a he egyptian held West Side of the canal in Washington. Sin c. A if sate William p. To u ask d up the israeli assertion lh1 said America his inclusive evidence of egyptian violations in the canal truce zone and added Quot i think beyond doubt soviet personnel have been there to Assis in const met Ion of those Sites tor missiles. Both Rogers and the Tel a v spokesman were responding to a brusque Moscow Deni d that soviet personnel were involved. Rogers said he was a a disappointed at. The strident tone of the denial i Quot used thursday by the soviet foreign minis by. The ministry accused the United s ates of n Campaign against Russia and said tile insinuation Tho soviet personnel were at the Suez missile Sites was a an obvious Moscow charged that Israel was violating the i s sponsored cease fire by constant flight Over egyptian territory and with the construction of fortifications along the israeli Side of the canal. Israel Premier golds Meir in a radio broadcast to the people on he eve of Tom kippur Israel s Insl solemn religious Holiday said the a War is not Over yet but predicted peace Lay ahead we lie Aal a that i ire peace w ill come be hum it i Villi o our Neighb in not less than to ourselves. And when ii comes enormous reserves will be released for he advancement of our Region and the Prosperity of its Faire radio charged the United states withdrew from peace a Alks at the United nations As part of a Campaign of hostility to Egypt a a with the aim of confusing the revolutionary Leader the United states pulled out of big four deput representatives talks in an attempt to pros the russians and egyptians into removing soviet from the Suez Cana Cairo radio declared that if the missiles Are moved any acre a they will be moved for Ward whore i hey can be More effective a a the popular front of he liberation of Palestine issued a statement in Beirut the lebanese capital accusing Israel of going Back on a Deal by which the guerrillas released hijacked Airliner hostages. We shall Deal a Strong retaliatory blow to America s and israelis failure to Honor heir Side of the Deal a the statement Aid. The front says it released the last six american hostages after receiving assurances through the red Cross that Uraj would free in algerians to Lebanon soldiers and a number of guerrilla prisoners. Israel has said it would take no part a the Deal for the hostages. Also in Beirut the front a sorted that left Wing and mod rate palestinian guerrilla organi in Jordan will be unified. Its Beirut newspaper Al had of Aid a Ive Man unified military command was set up in Amman. Jordans capital to conduct the merger. The new command was formed by he Central Cut nut tee of the Palestine resistance organization who. H i it the Overall poli Leal leadership o the to leading guerrilla Groupie reported. Tile command a of menses one representative each Frum Fatah. The front the pales in i. I ration army. The Syria a hacked Saida and the popular democratic front for th1 liberation of Palestine the paper said. Yasini Arafat guerrilla Leader of Al Fatah who head the Central committee proclaimed himself commander in chief of ill guerrilla Force on the outbreak of the civil War in lord in last month. The new move apparent. Due n a represent a Challenge to a leadership l is seen in Lebanon a a tir step in the process o guerrilla military merger. Aid that or mins counter attempt by King Hus Ltd n government to split the gdanian guerrillas by playing off moderates against leftists. Jordan s government has repeatedly stressed it would not a1 in the two palestinian liberation fronts and Saida to operate in Jordan because they plotted to overthrow Hussein. The presence of Tho three organizations in he new military command despite the government veto indicated Arafat was Bent on challenging Hussein t bid to bar the left from he guerrilla move Mon a to receive Wilson papers today industrialist Charlo f Wilson. Who headed Delco Remy division Here in its formative years will be recognized today at Anderson College when All of his personal papers and Memorabilia. Covering the period 1926 through 1961, Are presented by his family to the Charles e. Wilson archives in the Library bearing his name. Friends of the late noted american who served As Secretary of defense under president Dwight d. Eisenhower will be Here from a number of placed throughout the Midwest to participate in the i no. Ceremonies in Wilson Library they will be joined by other a friends As Wilson s on. Thomas in Wilson. Detroit make the official presentation during a program that returns Hilt widow Brothers and Sisters on a sentimental journey to Tho local Campus. Just is years ago this month Charles e Wilson Library was dedicated with or. Wilson giving the major address. On that occasion the Wilson family made its first trip together Back to Anderson tor Many of them it was an in dal since childhood Days. Principal speaker at a 12 o clock luncheon in of student Cinter will be Roger m Eves no retired sept. 30 after a Long career with general motors corporation and several months As Deputy Secretary of Detent a under or. Wilson in Washington. Informal remarks during the luncheon hour also will be made by two other Long time friends of or Wilson Louis e goad retired executive vice president of general motors corporation and Imfield Myers chairman of tile Board of Anderson f inking co. Or Eye whose career covered farm editing to government Church ail business leadership retired from pm As a director and executive vice president for operating policies of North american operations the Charles e. Wilson collect ton housed in a newly created archives area includes a wide variety of materials of interest to scholars of 20th Century America and will be of particular value to serious Stu please turn to pay 2. Column enough to anger most persons but it Loch As if these tou Neslers might have had the Shower planned. Most Anderson residents have not had to Don rain Wear too Many times so far this year with rainfall 5.56 inches below Normal. Photo by Joe Bays county area is drenched by rain general rainfall drenched nth of Indiana Friday and this area let Fields and Yards Den and washed out the go school too Ball games. According to the weather Mireau forecast the taint All expected to end Thi weekend. The rain Slick streets Here me blamed for tim a feints. Three per is received lories in two separate accidents rain slicked Cit streets filly night and Debbie her Roger remain in serious Condi a in a Muncie Hospital from i or Ideo thursday nigh. William Nevins 49, of re 5, received laceration. Of the head in a two car Accident Friday afternoon. Ile was taken to in. John s Hospital and a then released to a doctor s office or treatment. Arthur King or. 18, of i tie Sycamore told police that he was headed West on 13th Sand that the Light a Green. He said lie re Heil into i pocket looked up and Vav the Nevins a o but it w ii too late to avoid an a Alen Nevins old officers that he a i head d mirth on cent Ratho Light tinned Green and he through Tho in or or it inn. A the King Cai but was unable o Stop Gilbert j Velasquez or. 39, and Madaline Velasquez. 2both of a Hio Vav. 34th St. Were both treated and released a St John s Hospital Gilbert for headache and Madaline for possible whiplash and Shock according to the Accident report. Officers stated hat Velasquez was headed West on Nichol Avenue and i d stopped o Lotke a left turn into a hopping Center when his Auto a struck in the right rear by a car operated by Mark o. Fowler 16, o h9 Spring Valley d fouler told police Tho a passenger old him to watch out for a car on his left and when he tinned Back he saw the Velasquez car but could not top. He stated he swerved to the right struck the other Auto in die right rear and he Impact caused his car to flip Over. Debbie hers Berger. 15. Of Lapel was listed in serious condition and remained in the intensive care unit at Ball memorial Hospital for injuries sustained in a two car Accident Early thursday evening she was a passenger in a car driven by Gregory l. Ellis. Anderson the Ellis car and an ant i operated by Larry Clark Lapel collided a the m or please turn to pan 2. Column 7 deadline nearing for taxes the final Day for paying personal property and real estate taxes without penalty is nov. 2. Payments sent by mail must to postmarked by Midnight nov 2. According to Horace Hays county treasurer. The office will be open for payment across the counter from 8 a in. To 4 . Monday through thursday and until 4 30 . On fridays. Beginning saturday oct. 17 through oct. 31 Hays will have office hours from 8 a m until 12 noon beginning nov. 3. The office will be closed until the tax settlement is completed. Elwood Branch the Elwood Branch of tee treasurer office will be open in Elwood City Hall beginning monday oct 19 through oct. 24 from Bam to 5 pm. Payments can be made at Elwood for the City of Elwood. Pipe Creek township. Boone township. And Duck Creek township Only All other taxing units must be paid at the courthouse. During the same period payment for Elwood City. Pipe Creek. Duck Creek and Boone townships Cannet be taken at the courthouse except by mail. The Elwood service can be offend for the six Day period Only this fall because of delayed Petose turn to Page 2. Column 7 a kiss of Joy Kirby Mck Rockom gives a lass of congratulations to newly crowned Pendleton Heights Homecoming Queen Sharon Fabian. Adding to the of of the occasion was the arabian win Over new Palestine 39-0, despite a soggy Field and ploy with a frequently soggy Ball. Herald photo by Joe boys strike May hike welfare county welfare urns Are anticipating increased use of their facilities to local striking Union members and Laid off employees affected by the four week old Effort to reach a 197 i ave pm contract agreement part of that anticipation according to county welfare director Clifford Bennett is apparent in the creation of a separate Branch office at local 662 Union Hall where persons seeking Aid May make application. A so far there a it Only been a slight increase in welfare assistance a a benne1 Sam two areas which will be Eti acted More directly w i be mod stamp sales and aide to dependent children. The amount it assistance any applicant will receive depend a on three items income liquid assets and the size of a family. Welfare employees disc scrutinize income four weeks prior to application which is a determining Factor Bennett indicated that he additional office and temporary employees will be a dram or the department budget adding a if the strike lasts until the end of october the welfare office will have to ask the county please turn tag 2. Column i Volpe orders sweeping air charter investigation Washington a Secretary of transportation John a. Volpe ordered Friday a sweeping investigation of the air charter Industry and the Way the Federal aviation administration regulates it. Volpe said the1 probe was prompted by the 30-death disaster in the crash of a rented Wichita state University football plane in the Rockies a week ago the Faa has said it warned Beth Wichita state and an Titer school two months ago against using the Small firm flying the planet but took no action to Stop the firm itself Volpe bypassed the Faa in ordering the probe and put it directly under control of his office he named a newly appointed aide adm. Willard j Smith to c i n d u c t the investigation. Smith former head of the coast guard was confirmed by the Senate this week As assistant Secretary of transportation for safety. The Faa cracked Down a Day earlier on two Oklahoma City firm that leased the plane and arc Vav to Wichita state for its ill fated football trip to Utah state oct 2 the Agency lifted the License of Golden Eagle aviation inc. After ruling it did be have a certificate to Fly a passenger piano As Large As the one that cradled. It handed a $50,000 Fine to the plane s owner Jack Richards aircraft co. Inc. And grounded All his other planes for emergency inspections. However the Faa conceded it did not know until the crash that Golden Eagle had been flying Wichita state s basketball and football teams for nearly a Vear and despite two warnings in August to Wichita state and Tulsa about Golden Eagle s Lack of a sufficient passenger License. The Faa took no action to caution the firm itself. Volpe Smith a will examine Faa regulations governing charter operations with a View toward correcting any deficiency which May be he added the investigation will a spare no Effort time or resources in determining the True condition of every chartered operation in the United in a new development Friday the Faa in Washington said it had indeed warned Golden Eagle in Augusta but the inspector it named in Oklahoma City contradicted this. The inspector. Mel Manson said contrary to the Faa announcement that no one Ever told his office that Golden Eagle was trying to Fly for Tulsa and Wichita state. A i did t have any knowledge of he said Hanson said his Only Contact with Golden Eagle was nearly a year ago when he cautioned the firm in general that it should t have any connection with flying larger aircraft. The Faa in Washington had said Ranson a read the riot act to Golden Eagle after learning about the Wichita state plans aug 14 Hanson however. It Aid he had t talked with Golden Eagle in months. Meanwhile two More once mothballed airliners left out of the Faa s emergency grounding or e against Richards a surfaced in the growing controversy Over rent a plane flights. In Kentucky air officials said they Are probing a flight last in a nth carrying the Murray so o c Fanth i la la Pleos turn to pos 2, column i in the Herald today. Ceremonies Here marking presentation of papers of the late cd e. Wilson to the Wilson Library at Anderson College recall visits of the former Delos Renty general manager. Pm president and defense Secretary a rage 3. Anderson and Madison county area deaths a rage 2 accent on women a Page 6 daily features and comics a pages 12 and 13 markets and financial news a Page 15 classified advertising pages 15 through 17. Quot we got a Nice renter within two hours Quot Quot think you very much we Ort very Happy with the result we got1&Quot that what another Happy Herald bulletin Over Tiger said when he coiled to cancel his and it dorm Portem Home $100 a month phone too 0000 a to houses tor rent Quot a very Active classification at this advertiser soon found out after he placed his and under that classification of you want to see for yourself How Quot classified works1 Coll 643-5371 any time Between 8 a m and 5 and let a Herald Bull efm want advisor help you place your and ii i Hawkisn she i /

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