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Anderson Herald (Newspaper) - September 19, 1970, Anderson, Indiana Hussein s army appears to have crushed rebels Beirut Lebanon a the Royal army of King Hussein apparently the upper hand against a a guerrillas in Jordan on Friday and it it reaching Beirut said casualties in two Days of fighting mounted into the thousands. Countless civilians were dying in the streets for want of medical Aid these reports said presumably they were caught in crossfire. Diplomatic reports described Amman the capital As being effectively under the control of the army though there still was fighting and smoke Bilio cd Over the City. The jordanian gov i Omen radio Saki 214 guerrillas gave up Amman during the Day so of them during a per of in which Field marshal Habis maj Ali the military governor ordered royalist troops to cease fire to permit surrenders at the same time. Royal army tanks were reported pounding guerrilla strongholds in North of n Jordan with the jordanian conflict n its second Day the Pentagon in Washington announced it had ordered More planes and ships into the m edit err. Noun to beef up to s. Forces standing by for evacuation of americans j nits of the 6th Fleet have been in the Eastern Mediterranean. Apparently cruising off Lebanon my Syria for the past week about iou in ins Are in Jordan. of them Are among at Poi in. Held As hostages by marxist guerrillas since last week i Jai Kings the left Wing guerrillas who hijacked he four airline s last week said every american in the Middle fad become their target of the i n cd mad a sends troops into Iordan a statement issued by the. Popular front for the liberation of Palestine said Quot no american will be Safe if there is a military intervention. We have shown the world that we can carry out oui threats a asked if the front would kill the Hijack hostages a spokesman said. A not Only the hostages but ail americans a lebanese president Charles Helen Friday night appear r t to King Hussein and the guerrillas to halt the fighting a in similar in of a s. To Hus Gem and guerrilla i Arlo Yasir Arafat Helot said the blood let in Amman should have been spared for the restoration of the usurped land and the defeat of the usurpers a a referent to the Loroli occupied Arab inv to Les Britain has readied aircraft on the Mediterranean Island of Cyprus to bring our Iso Mem Bors of the Community in Jordan if neet Ssan in dispatches saying Hussein bedouin legions seemed to have gamed Complete control of the City s renter Long dominated by the palestinian irregulars who demand get urn of territory that is Bow in at an Niue National red Cross ,--.or. In Amman was reported to have lost All Contact with goer cilia leaders with whom they had been Fry no to arrange Hie release of 44 Hijack Host age the Ltha been no news of it. Quot it pm i get Van 4the Anderson her a old i if d be n f Gince to the Flag it the i ruled states of Amenta and us the Reubie lss55s� for thick it stands one nation under Bod indivisible with Liberty and Justice tor a. Or vol. 103. No. Al or Anderson Indiana saturday morning september 19, 1970 Mai Ocenus missiles go negotiate then Golda Meir says Washington Apt the state department of Friday night that Mideast peace talks Are not expected to resume at this time because of the crisis in Jordan difficulties in the Way of get Ting the tailed a aids g Ling were also underscored by israeli prime minister golds men Here on a one Dav visit after seeing president Nixon and Secretary of state William p. Rogers mrs Meir said Israel would not end her Boycott of the i s proposed Arab israe i peace discussions until Egypt and Russia Roll Back missiles installed m violation of the Mideast truce Rogers a feels he door to the talk is still open. And we Are continuing Ever Effort to Kep that door open and having the parties go through state department pres officer Robert j. Mccloskey said after the Daylong conferences however a was a practical matter it would be difficult to expect then a is to re ume in the Light of the present situation in Jordan Quot the spokesman said Jordan along with Egypt Ami Israel is a party to the talks Tinner u n auspices which Are supposed to be part of the Mideast ceasefire plan w filch began Migno 8 but the jordanian government is embroiled now in fighting a h palestinian guerrillas wha hold hijacked hostages or Closkey declined to say whether the United states agrees with mrs mom that the surface to air rockets Emp laced on the egyptian Side of the ceasefire line must be with Pawn before the talks can be under Way a your objective continues to be to have he negotiations resume a he said we Are encouraging both sides to cont Rio observing the ceasefire a a a the Secretary mid the prime minister that we will continue our diplomatic efforts aimed at obtaining rectification of the violations on each Side Mccloskey said. Mrs Meir who spent to minutes wry Nixon a the White House a and nearly four hours with Rogers at the state depart mini emerged at the end of it he Day w h general Praise for her Washington reception. Nixon and Rogers showed a a spirit of real Friendship and real undoes Anding about Israel s problems she said. But while claiming a we Haven t Dis agreed is she declined to say that the Nixon administration backs israelis position about the missile withdrawals privately. I s. Authorities say it would be unrealistic to sex Jet Moscow and Cairo to loll Back he missile buildup _ Earidie mrs Meir told a new s a Onfer Enoe she found in the president a a sincere desire to help Israel in any Way that the i rated St tics while refusing to be pet be he said she reached a fill understanding with Nixon on is a $ needs for assistance. Under questioning it he charged both Russia and egyp1 with not acting in Gold Faith when they accepted the . Cease fire anti military standstill proposals she had been asked for an assessment of their intent in mov ing missiles in the prohibited cease fire zone and whether Egypt or Russia encouraged the other o violate the agreement a a the Only interpret Atwo one can be give she said. A a is that they did not Ign the agreement m Good Faith and wanted to use the cease fire to build up the missile system they had the intention of Cong into the period of peace the cease fire to renew the War a no Only did Egypt agree to he cease fire and he standstill but so did the soviet i Mon. And no Nutter who encouraged whom they Are both culprits a a in her talks with Nixon and other High i s. Officials mrs. To. A urged to go ahead w h Atab-1 or act peace talks and received assurances of fur ther us backing and Stonom e a id. Mrs Mure a unqualified demands for a Rollback of missiles Emp laced since the cease fire appeared to be a blow to Nixon administration Hopes for getting the talks started under United nations sponsorship very soon. There has been no my ration thai Egypt would move any of the missiles against which Israel. With u 5. Support has protested. Mrs men promised however to continue the unless forced to abandon it. A Israel will not renew Ltd fighting a she said a unless it has a very Good reason for doing tif Egypt fails in love with he ease fire a we f of to a a fog a Cebu in 4 in the Herald today. Anderson and Madison omits area deaths Page 2 schedule of area Church services and events sunday Page 3 editorials opinion and comment a pages 4 and 5 accent on women Page a Anderson holds vaunted Richmond to one Point margin All area prep football squads in action Friday except Highland and Heights who meet today pages 8 and 9 daily features and comics pages to and la markets and financial news Page 12 classified want ads a pages 12 through to. Quot sold it on the first Day Quot Quot a party drop our 20 mile to sat it and they bought it immediately Quot Thot e what Thi advertiser told us when she called in to cancel her of she knows that Quot classified works Quot Chrome and Roy 3 put breakfast set. Real Good. S40 he. 000-0000 of you have some Good furniture that you no longer use Call 643-5371 and let one of our trained Herald Buletin want adv it sors help you place a fist acting inexpensive wont and to help you find a buyer for your used furniture Konkle speaker chamber to Honor 50-year firms . Expands Jordan area forces at fall meeting Here sept. 28 giant sized cleaning chore a work Crews this week were bringing to completion the reconditioning of a huge organic Digester tank of the City s sewage treatment Plant on West eight Street Road. Heavy accumulation of sludge had stopped up some of the lines in the 31 year old Structure. The tanks usually require cleaning every too 15 years. Construction workers first Hod to remove a 65-ton cover m order to scoop out the sediment accumulated inside. Herald photo by Joe Bays Cecil Whitehead Dies Cecil f. Whitehead 81, practising attorney Here from 1912 until his retirement in 1967, died Friday after an extended illness. He was also prosecuting attorney Here for Many years and served As Legal counsel for the Indianapolis chamber of Commerce travelling to Germany when the Berlin economic study was conducted by the Indianapolis body. Whitehead was among the Veteran attorneys honoured Here wednesday night by the Madison county bar association. A native of Elwood he was a son of Charles and Catherine Farlow Whitehead. He had resided in the Anderson Vicinity most of his life. He was graduated from the Indiana University school of Law. He served with the . Army in world War i and was a member of the George Hock sunny partly sunny and a Little warmer today. Partly Clouds and Cool tonight. Warmer sunday High today 80-86 Low tonight 56-63 High tomorrow 83-89 High yesterday 75 Low yesterday 6ii Sunrise 7 27 a.. Sunset 7 49 . Ett Post of the american legion. Surviving Are two sons. William Catlin Whitehead of Anderson and Richard c. Whitehead of Albuquerque. . A sister mrs. Ione Palmer of Indianapolis a brother Grant Whitehead of Anderson eight grandchildren one great grandchild and a Nephew. Robert Whitehead of Kokomo. The family will receive friends at the Harold e Rozelle funeral Home from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 . Sunday. Private services will be con Leote turn to fag 2, column 4 fifty year firm honors. Lifetime member Hall of Fame awards and Indiana state police superintendent Robert f Kunkle Are expected to attract a capacity crowd to the annual fall meeting of the chamber of Commerce the Anderson country club will be the scene of the monday sept 28. Affair honouring the 50-year Anderson anniversaries of chamber firm. Indiana bed Telephone company j c Penney company. In Riviera theatre and Weller s. Lifetime membership privilege and an engr ived Copper desk plaque will of presented by the Board of directors to 34 retirees with Long records of service to the chamber and to the com Trinity keynote speaker Kunkle nationally known for his speaking ability and first hand knowledge of the Law enforcement Field will discuss the role of the businessman in combating crime. Fifty year firms will be presented with engraved Copper desk plaque mounted on dark Wood As a Token of their continuing service to the Anderson Community. Although the first Telephone Exchange in Anderson was established in 1882 at eighth and main streets it was not until 1920 that the Central Union Telephone company merged with Indiana Bell Telephone company. Since that time. The Anderson outlay has grown to serve More than 50,000 phones by employing Joe Deeley Ani adman elected president of state association Joe Deeley Indianapolis Joe Deeley assistant advertising manager of Anderson newspapers. Inc. Was elected state president of the Indiana newspapers advertising executives association at their yearly meeting Friday at the Hilton hotel. Other officers include Gene Henshaw and manager of tile Indianapolis Star vice president Dorothy Gray and manager of the Connersville news Secretary and Ren Weber and director of the Lafayette journal and courier treasurer. The Board of directors elected were and directors from Bedford. Franklin Evansville Plymouth Hammond and fort Wayne. Deeley has been an employee of Anderson newspapers for 21 years. Membership includes new spa Fleete turn to fog 2, column 4 nearly 260 persons a a payroll of jus More than <>2 million. Expanded services have provid of to Gaston. Summitville Lapel Elwood and Muncie currently the office handles some 280.000 local Calls daily and some 30,000 Long distance Calls at their Lith Street Complex since it opened in Anderson on South Meridian Street the j c. Penney company. Inc., has been in a continuous process of expansion in 1940, 20 years after its beginning at 1123-25 Meridian a Celebration was staged to Mark the addition of a Large a shaped Wing adding 2 976 Square feet of space to the store. Continued Progress in serving Anderson residents was Evi Eleoie tut to fag to column s Washington a the United states disclosed Friday that i so sea and air forces close to style torn Jordan Are being expanded while Den my an plans for military intervention officials were keeping All options open. Units of the Atlantic Fleet were dispatched to the Mediterranean to augment the 6th Fleet already there. Pentagon aides said. And additional Ai Force transport planes Craft capable of launching paratrooper forays wore positioned on the fringes of the troubled Middle fad at the White House p its Secretary Ronald l 7.ogle said there Are no demons. One Way or the other about i s involvement in the at the same time he asserted that a we would be remiss if top policymakers and their advisers did not draft contingency plan for any p x b a eventuality a a we View it As a serious said president Nixon s official spokesman referring to battling Between the jordanian army and palestinian guerrillas and the continued detention by the guerrillas of More than 50 hijacked airline hostages. Ziegler said Nixon s main concern i for the safety of americans including those among the hostages who Are held in Jordan at a location which he reported is not known to the american government. The press Secretary said Nixon is a very conscious of the responsibility which he feels he must exorcise to protect Macri can citizens around the Globe at the Pentagon spokesman Jerry we Fredheim announced Tara certain precautionary Steps involving aircraft and elements of the 6th and Atlantic Westward to comes to Anderson Quot indians Quot Are ago in roaming Mounds state Park with More than 1,000 soy scouts from Kitha Wenlund Council s four counties set up for the weekend Westward to Quot Encampment. Scouts from troop 260, colonial United methodist Church practising the r dance from left Ore Randy Redmon Rick Netherton Bill Skinner and tim Redic with Lysle Saubert at the Tom Tom. Tonight s Public program features an 8 15 o clock campfire scout skills will be demonstrated this afternoon after Church services sunday a Quot Good him in ecology w la be featured allowed by a family pitch in dinner at 12 noon and award ceremonies at 2 30 . Herald Phi to by George Jackson fleets were being taken should a decision lie made to evacuate americans from Jordan. There Are some 400 american in Jordan including 38 of the airline hostages. Earlier the Chicago Surv times had asserted tire United St ties might be prepared to take an Active military role in the jordanian civil War should Syria and Iraq commit their forces against the King Husse n regime and is appeared the Hussein government might fall this account published a few hours after Nixon met in Chicago Wmk sop editors of toe Sun times and other newspapers there was withdrawn after. Appearing in the firs two editions of Friday morning s Sun to inv -. Questioned about the account Ziegler said Nixon declined to discuss Hie accuracy of he report however he acknowledged that he and Herbert g Klein the a xon administration s Cornin unit a lion s director had talked by Telephone with Sun times editors after the initial publication and before the account was pulled out of toe newspaper. Ziegler while describing me Sun times Story As a somewhat vague in nature a said he and Klein discussed ground rules for Nixon s appearance before the editors rather ban toe substance of the published report Nixon presumably a i keel off i please turn to fete i column i act to open season the new director of tee Anderson Urban i eague mrs Juanita Clay. Will keynote a meeting monday of the a american Community team act at the organizations third annual election it officers. Mrs Clay former director of social work service for the Allen county head Start program in fort Wayne will review the new thrust concept of the Urban league involving development of a program to persons in the ghetto to change their lives act chairman j. Arnold Jones will review the organization s efforts by reverse the endear toward polarization of races in Anderson the Organ ration will Deal with the theme of social and economic pressures which lend themselves to racial problem mrs Clay has an extensive fit of turn to fog 2, column i Mhz. I Anita Clay

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