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Charleston Daily Mail (Newspaper) - September 26, 1970, Charleston, West VirginiaThe weather Chance of showers tonight Low m upper cooler Chance of rain sunday High in upper details on Page 8 volume 155-no. 76 la Teil final edition Charleston West Virginia saturday evening september 26, 1970 ten cents Arab bloc wants King Hussein Scalp Dyer overrules panel Beauty classes get Green Light by Ann Johnston of the daily mail staff the controversial cosmetology course will Start monday at the Carver career and technical education Center near Maiden. It was Learned today by the daily mail that the Kanawha county Board of education re sieved a letter dated sept. 16, from or. N. H. Dyer and e. B. Roush chairman and director respectively of the Reagan ranch damaged Devil winds fan California fires los Angeles fires fanned by Devil winds blazed through tinder dry Brush and Grassland in South California today leaving expensive Homes in ashes and forcing thousands of residents to flee. The winds hot and dry Seaward blasts from the desert whipped the dozens of fires into fast moving infernos after they started Friday. Firemen said it May take Days to control the fires. More than acres were blackened an estimated 140 Homes destroyed and As Many As 400 Homes and businesses damaged. Actor Dale Robertson s Home was destroyed fire officials said and the blazes damaged gov. Ronald re agon s ranch and the Spahn movie ranch. There were numerous re ports of Burns and other injuries to firemen and residents but no deaths were reported. The most destructive Blaze spread in the Malibu Canyon a fashionable Scenic area on the coast about 30 Miles North West of downtown los Angeles it linked on one front with a fire in Western san Fernando Valley a largely residential area about 25 Miles Northwest. In Fillmore 60 Miles North East of los Angeles winds spread a fire which started in a Citrus packing House nearly destroying a City Block authorities said. An automobile Agency hardware store Auto parts shop antique store and an electrical Supply shop were All but destroyed. Fire sweeps new cafeteria in St. Albans the new Rose City cafeteria on u. S. 60 in St. Albans suffered heavy damage today As fire swept through the Kitchen. The St. Albans fire depart ment sent two companies to see picture on Page i the scene after the Call was received at a. M. Fire men remained on the scene More than three hours. Grover Waybright executive office of the Rose City cafeteria Chain said he could make no immediate estimate of the damage. He added however the cafeteria would be closed until further notice. The cafeteria was formerly the Al Rancho restaurant operated in conjunction with the adjoining Al Rancho Motel. Waybright acquired the dining the Valley and Malibu fires i from mrs Irene Reid Iti Foj pc in. F vial merged after about 16 hours and after the Malibu Blaze had reached the Pacific Ocean s Edge. A third fire around Agua Dulce Northeast of the Valley burned toward the starting Point of the Valley Blaze. It was the worst series of fires in California officials said since nov. 6, 1961 when 484 houses in the exclusive Bel air and Brentwood sections of see fires pm. 8, col. 5 who continues to operate the Motel. The dining place extensively remodelled and refurnished was reopened three weeks ago As the Rose City cafeteria. Although the Blaze was con fined to the Kitchen area fire men said other areas of the cafeteria suffered smoke and water damage. Busted water pipes added to the property loss. State committee of Barbers and beauticians stating that the course could open if no additional word from the com Mittee was received within 10 Days. A school Board spokesman reported this morning that the county had requested the com Mittee to inspect the Carver facilities and had received the letter in reply. Or. Dyer and Roush said if an inspection was not conducted within 10 Days the course could begin. Panel overruled apparently or. Dyer an sex offi Cio member of the five Man committee because of his position As director of the state health department has overruled the committee s second rejection of the county s License application which came sept. 14 following an open meeting. Roush is hired by Dyer. The committee members Are appointed by the governor. According to a school sys tem spokesman or. Dyer up held the school Board s con Tention that the initial rejection of the application did not come within the specified 90 Day period. On dec. 22, 1969 the Board of education received word that the state committee of Barbers and beauticians had approved the application at a nov. 4, 1969 meeting subject to inspection of the school. Plan rejected on july 29, 1970, after about Worth of equipment had been purchased and in stalled for the Carver course school officials received notification from Roush that the application had been rejected. Another loophole in the rejection is that the letter was not signed by Dyer As report edly is required. A school official said he understood at least one state com Mittee member plans to take Legal action against or. Dyer s decision to allow Kana wha county to begin the pro Gram. Court action after this month s rejection of an application for which no specific reasons were released by the state committee county school officials said they would seek a writ of Manda Weston thus employees local no. Ii Al Cio Nasser claims Jordan abuse of cease fire no bus Riding today strike by Union Drivers and maintenance men of Charleston transit co. Caused this be Hind the Fence scene at the company s parking lot and garage on fourth Avenue. Windows of some buses have been covered in an Effort to prevent vandalism. Operations ceased when the last runs were completed about Midnight last night. No contract talks Are scheduled so the Kanawha Valley will have a bus less mail photo by Chester Hawes. First in 9 years transit buses idled by strike by Tom Cummings of the daily mail staff most of the familiar red buses of the Charleston transit co., remained behind locked garage doors and on parking lots today As bus Drivers and maintenance men failed to re port for work. The Long threatened strike of Utility workers began last night after the final St. Albans Cabin Creek and Charleston Nitro runs had been completed. Members of the amalgamated transit Union local no. 1493 and officials of the company have not scheduled any meet Ings to discuss issues that sep Arate the two parties. Meanwhile thousands of bus riders searched for other Means of transportation taxis car pools rides with friends or on foot to get to their Busi court to Force the committee to Issue a License. Forty women who enrolled for the Beauty culture course have been receiving occupational orientation at Carver waiting the outcome of the school Board s fight for a i i Cense. Goers sunday will have to find bus substitutes. Police in Charleston and other Kanawha county communities served by the bus company saw no immediate upward surge of traffic. Officers How Ever pointed out that there Are no schools open and most plants owner can t face loss of Home Are closed for the weekend. The traffic Rush if it comes will take place monday when Normal business activities Are resumed. This is the first bus strike Here in nine years. Charleston transit was Down 26 Days Dur ing a period of negotiations for Union recognition and bargain ing on wages and fringe Bene fits in 1961. Complicating this year s Union management bargaining is the Effort being made to establish a Public transit author Ity for the area. Charleston s City Council this week deferred action on an ordinance to set up an authority. Yesterday r. F. Randolph executive vice pres ident of the bus company appeared before the Kanawha county court. J county commissioners would give the Utility executive no encouragement on joining the authority. Ran Dolph was told the county has no Money to invest in the i proposed bus operation. I Dan Maroney International vice president of the transit i Union said the company had j made no wage offer. He con firmed that company had asked bus Drivers and others to remain on the Job at their present rate of pay. The proposal has been re j ejected. No pickets put in an appear Ance at the fourth Avenue garage and parking lot today. During the 1961 dispute drive see strike pm. 8, col. 4 by the associated press King Hussein of Jordan formed a new government to Day to work for reconstruction of his strife ravaged country As Arab leaders accused him and his army of violating the new cease fire. Ahmed Toukan a palestinian who was chief of Hussein s Royal court was named prime minister. Toukan is a former Deputy prime minister. From Cairo president Jaa far Al Numajiri of Sudan who led an Arab peace Mission to Amman and got the cease fire Friday accused Hussein of personal responsibility for the bloodshed. Coming on the heels of president Gamal Abdel Nasser s harsh Cable to Hussein Early this morning accusing him of trying to liquidate the pales Tine guerrillas n u m a i r i s statement appeared to de Mand the King s Scalp in the Arab world s bitter Interne Cine struggle. Violations charged we tried to implement the Numajiri told a news conference but we failed because one of the Par ties violated the he left no doubt that in his the violations came exclusively from the jordanian Side. Jordan said the violations were the work of diehard palestinian guerrillas. Guerrilla Leader Yasir Ara fat flew to Cairo with Numajiri Friday night to represent the palestinian viewpoint at a continuing meeting of Arab leaders in the egyptian Capi Tal. Numajiri said the egyptian embassy in Amman which serves As Headquarters for his delegation was fiercely shelled by jordanian artillery while the group sheltered a truce ordered by Arafat and Hussein. As we left for the Airport to leave Amman our armoured car was also Numajiri said. Hussein himself is personally responsible for All that has Numajiri echoed Nasser s charge declaring we Are convinced there is a plot by the jordanian authorities to liquidate the Palestine libera Tion the organization Heads the guerrilla movement. 6 military men although Toukan a civilian Heads the 13-Man Cabinet key j defense Interior and information posts Are held by military Washington w the closely guarded but already con j men. Trover Sial report of the presidential commission on Campus i six military of cers Are unrest arrives on president Nixon s desk today amid hints j held Over m the new Cabinet administration policy will be blamed for some disorders. Republican politicians have rebutted talk of adm Nistra _. Tor lawyer Terry Baker of sighting spurs balloon search new York a coast guard Cutter steamed through the predawn darkness today to an area in the North Atlantic off Newfoundland where a . Air Force search plane reported sighting what May have been part of the missing balloon the free a spokesman for the coast guard search and Rescue Center said the Cutter was expected to arrive during the morning at a Point about 500 Miles South of Newfoundland where the search plane said a yellow object with Orange lines was seen about 4 . Friday. The object and what appeared to be a raft were believed to be remnants of the gear used by three balloonist who departed sunday from Eastern Long Island to attempt a transatlantic crossing. A Public relations spokesman for the expedition said the yellow object matched the description of the balloon which vanished monday with its three Crew members. In the Gondola were Rodney Anderson 32, a new York commodities broker his wife Pamela Brown Anderson 28, an actress and Malcom Brighton an English aeronautical Engineer. Their last radio dispatch monday night said the balloon was at 600 feet and descending into the Ocean in a rainstorm. Transcends Campus Nixon gets study on unrest today i from the military government of prime minister Mohammed Sec Scalp i g. A col. 6 Charley West says los Angeles a stunned Homeowner in Circle kneels on the grass in front of his burning Home As he awaited the arrival of firemen during one of several Brush fires raging out of control in the los Angeles area today. The House in the Porter ranch Section of los Angeles san Fernando Valley was almost totally destroyed. Several Hundred Homes were destroyed or damaged wire photo. That Moom Hiner at the Crapim Kmim be right at Home in time my. Tion responsibility for collegiate violence with charges the commission was packed with liberals trying to excuse permissiveness. The final report is scheduled to be made Public at 6 . A spokesman for the com Mission said special reports on violence at. Kent state and Jackson state colleges which claimed the lives of six Stu dents will be made Public next monday or tuesday. Few statements members of the nine Man commission headed by for Mer Pennsylvania gov. Wil Liam w. Scranton have made few Public statements about their three month investigation. When one member Joseph r. Rhodes jr., 22, of Harvard University said he wanted to find out whether statements by president Nixon and vice president Agnew Are killing the vice president called for his resignation. Rhodes one of four negroes on the panel refused to resign and said later he believes the president is making sincere efforts to reduce violence and unrest. Rhodes told an audience at West Virginia state College Friday a vast social War is developing and the Nixon administration is partly responsible. He discounted speculation the commission report would be an indictment of the Way the administration has handled student disorders. But he said commission members Are in the business of in forming everybody of How he s Nixon s contributing i to the there Are a few indications i As to what will be in the report. One commission inv stiga Portland ore., has said the problem on the Campus transcends the Campus. It involves foreign policy poverty Rac ism and the other social is sues of the stir criticism another member Ortique of new Orleans said recently the violence at Kent state and Jackson state showed the National guard is i rally m Washington it. Was ill equipped to handle civil Dis orders. We can t treat United states citizens in the same manner we treat the he said. Comments such As these have stirred criticism from some republicans and conservative groups. Sen. Gordon Allott of color ado chairman of the Senate gop policy committee said the commission had been flamboyant inflammatory prejudiced and irresponsible 1 during its hearings. Allott said lie feared the re by will not talk at rally Paris vice president Nguyen Cao by has decided not to address a win the War Learned today. The South vietnamese Leader revealed his decision Dur Karlicz Story in Page 5. I ing the taping Here of the lbs face the nation television i program which be Boari cast in the United states on sunday. His decision removes a potential Point of irritation be tween Saigon and the n Ixon administration. 1 u. S. Officials had been lobbying quietly to convince by to change his mind. Yet informed sources said the de port would be a flaccid White i Cirive move in the backstage Wash of Campus radicalism that would do More harm than Good. Discussion came from South v i e t n a m s ambassador to Washington Bui diem. On inside pages 18 sections Astra data classified comics crossword editorials Jumble my answer obituaries sports Heaters to women s weather Page 5 11 .18 5 4 18 3 2 9 7 7 it no Rood you la have to let Spiro i

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