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Circleville Herald (Newspaper) - September 19, 1970, Circleville, Ohio Sunny sunny and mild late morning and afternoon. High upper 70s. L air and Cool tonight with lows in the mid 50s. Partly Tunny and a Little warmer tomorrow. The Circleville Herald saturday september 19, 1970 12 pages 10c per copy 87th year�?221 full service associated Prev a leased wire for state National and world news. Central press picture service leading columnists and artists full local news coverage. Senate passes foreign Bank account Bill Brave pow wow a chief of the Pickaway Plains Longhouse Howard Weaver and his son Barry demonstrate the a pals forever a slogan upon which the father and Sony Indian guide program is founded. The local unit is joining with organizations nationwide to celebrate the 45th year of its existence. Pickaway county by Indian guides has Over 115 fathers and sons now participating in the program. Area dads sons join a guide fete fathers and sons in Pickaway county Active in the my can a Indian guide program Are joining with Over one third million fathers and sons throughout the United states in Celebration of the 45th year of the program. Governor Rhodes has proclaimed sept. 13 19 As father son Indian guide week in accordance with the anniversary commemoration. Ten tribes involving Over 115 fathers and sons Are now participating in the Pickaway county family Myca Indian guide program. Giving valuable assistance to the total a Indian guide program is the Pickaway Plains Longhouse. Made up of fathers the Longhouse is led by chief Howard Weaver. In addition to coordinating inner tribe activities one of its major functions is the recruitment of braves and the organization of new tribes. This years Longhouse orientation pow wow will he held on sept. 29 from 7 to 8 30 . At the Myca. Boys 6 to 9 years of age from All Pickaway county schools and their dads Are invited. The evening Indian powwow will feature displays for All tribes Indian dancing and costumes the Story of Indian guides information on How to join and refreshments. A second orientation meeting will be held at the Myca for fathers Only on oct. 6 from 7 30 to 8 30 . Following the organization of the new tribes big and Little braves will be formally inducted into they Indian guides at the fall Camp out Early in october. They Indian guide program was originally started in Circleville october 1966 with the organization of the Shawnee tribe by the Columbus Myca. Critic Calls for National standards for nourishment Washington apr a Bill aimed at stopping the flow of profits from gambling and illegal transactions to foreign Bank accounts has been passed by the Senate. The measure passed on a voice vote Friday now goes to a conference with the House. Sponsors of the legislation said use of secret foreign accounts is costing the . Treasury hundreds of millions of dollars in taxes. The measure is designed to Stop the use of foreign Banks to Deposit gambling profits skimmed from Las vegas nev., casinos funds illegally obtained by racketeers and profits of criminal conspiracies taken abroad by couriers. It would a require Banks and other financial institutions to maintain records of checks and other transactions including the use of microfilming. A require financial institutions and individuals to report to the Treasury department on exports or imports $5,000 or More in currency when the reports would be use us in criminal tax or other proceedings. A authorize Treasury to require financial institutions and individuals to keep records of transactions with foreign Banks. A and extend present penalties on violation of the margin requirements on Stock Loans to the Borrower As Well As the Lender. This provision is designed to prevent borrowers from evading the requirements by obtaining foreign Loans. The Senate deleted a provision giving the securities and Exchange commission authority to prohibit . Brokers from accepting securities orders from foreign Banks unless the Bank disclosed the person for whom the order was placed or certified he was not an american. Sen. William Proxmire d-wis., sponsor of the Bill said deletion of the provision greatly weakened the measure. Nixon blocks rail strike 60 Days to name panel 24-hour truce slated in Jordan Beirut Lebanon apr Cairo radio reported today that King Hussein has agreed to a proposal from egyptian president Gamal Abdel Nasser for a cease fire of at least 24 hours in the jordanian civil War. Cairo radio said Hussein had promised to put the cease fire into effect a was soon As there was no immediate confirmation from radio Amman or from the radio stations in Baghdad and Damascus that have become the Mam outlets for guerrilla communiques. The guerrillas rejected two earlier cease fire offers by Jordan a new military governor Field marshal Habis Mai Ali. Cairo radio said egyptian army chief of staff Gen. Mohamed Sadek who flew to am Man Early in the fighting to mediate Between the two sides was conferring there with guerrilla Leader Yasir Arafat and other members olt of the Palestine liberation organizations Central committee. Cairo radio said Sadek cabled Hussein a acceptance of the cease fire proposal to Nasser. The guerrillas reply presumably was expected to emerge from Sadek a meeting with Arafat. Sadek reported to Nasser that he was received by Hussein Early today and the King a promised to announce the cease fire order As soon As meanwhile King Hussein a army launched heavy artillery and tank assaults against guerrilla strongholds in Northern Jordan As the number of dead and wounded soared past 5,000. The guerrillas claimed in radio broadcasts they had repulsed the army a main attack at a town 30 Miles North of Amman in the heart of what the commandos have declared a a liberated in other parts of the country the army appeared to be gain ing the upper hand. Palestinian reinforcements were reported streaming into Jordan from Syria to Back the guerrillas. The reinforcements included units of the Long Idle Palestine liberation army which crossed the Border with soviet made heavy weapons. The Semi official Cairo newspaper a1 ashram said at least 5,000 combatants and civilians have been killed or wounded since the fighting began Early thursday. A guerrilla communique j broadcast by Baghdad and a j masers radio said the army j opened the assault at Dawn with an intensive artillery barrage on the town of Ajlouny and guerrilla positions surrounding it. The barrage was followed by an armoured Advance. The guerrillas said the army also resumed its heavy bombardment of the Tow n of Zara 25 Miles Northeast of Amman for the third straight Day. A tanks and Field artillery Are intensively shelling the town and guerrilla strongholds there but our forces Are standing their ground a the communique said. There was no immediate Battle report from the government Side. Cambodians plan assault to Cut through red lines Washington apr one of the nation s most outspoken nutritional critics calling the United states a a Santion of nutritional illiterates a has asked the Federal government to set up National nourishment standards. Robert b. Choate who stirred up a nationwide controversy last july when he told a Senate Commerce subcommittee Many Well advertised cereals Are sorely lacking in nutritional value appeared before the democratic study groups consumer affairs and food and agriculture task forces Friday. Rain Falls in Southland by the associated press showers and thundershowers dotted the Southern half of the nation Early today and occasional showers fell in the Pacific Northwest. It was Cool in the Northwest As it was Over much of the Quarter of the country. The Cool air was expected to move slowly southeastward. Nearly one and three fourths inches of rain drenched Blythe Bille ark., in a six hour period. Much of the nation enjoyed pleasant temperatures in the 60s and 70s, however and fair skies hovered Over some sections. Friday afternoons temperatures reached into the 80s in most of the nation and the Southern states and the Northern Plains had temperatures in the 90s. It reached into the 80s in most of the nation and the Southern states and the Northern Plains had temperature in the 90s. It reached 100 in a few places in the Southwest. High of 37 five Days ago when Snow fell. Early morning temperatures ranged from 43 at Flagstaff ariz., to 84 at Needles Calif. Also testify ing were representatives of the food Industry who offered the panel edibles ranging from potato chips to dietetic powders As they defended them products. Choate said the a classroom nutrition teacher has been greatly outclassed by television a Junior is off at the to set being misinformed by endless ads while Mother is slicing open a plastic package to save time and trouble a he said. A the car toolmaker the Jingle writer the Box Label designer the food broker and the supermarket manager Are helping to shape our food he showed the panel Cereal advertisements monitored during the saturday morning cartoon hour and said a i still link it is Safe to state that the Huc stering of the lesser cereals to children Choate has claimed that less nutritious and pre sweetened cereals Are heavily promoted while the top nutritional cereals Are Seldom advertised. Calling television advertising a major source of pseudo nutritional information he said a rather than being the worlds Best fed nation we Are the world s Best mis fed a. S. Clausi vice president and director of corporate re search for general foods corp defended nutritional research. A we do not believe that any gains can be achieved by a series of slashing irresponsible at tacks on the food Industry a Clausi said. Clausi Choate and Genera Mills Board chairman James p Mcfarland urged the govern ment to set up voluntary nutritional guidelines. Choate also recommended meaningful advertisements to educate Chil Dren on the basics of nutrition. Policemen identified get beaten new Orleans apr two Black policemen who infiltrated the Black panthers As undercover agents say they ran for fear of their lives after their identities were discovered and they said they were beaten prior to a police shootout this week Melvin Howard 20, and Israel Fields 21, told a news conference Friday they were Given mock trial monday night beaten and kicked and told they should be taken outside and shot on the Street. They said that As they were being led outside the Panther Headquarters they jumped from second floor stairway and ran for their lives. Shortly after the escape to tee and panthers engaged in a gun Battle which lasted until mid Oming tuesday. Police eventually flushed the heavily armed panthers from the build ing with tear Gas. Fourteen were arrested and charged with attempted Niue Der. Howard and Fields said they were beaten both by Black pan thers and by Blacks outside the panthers Headquarters. A we were beaten with guns and pushed around and we were jammed in a Corner by seme 40-50 people jumping on us punching us kicking us calling us names such As a pigs and so Forth a said Howard. Keeping score on the rainfall rain Fau for 24 hour period ending at 8 . Actual since sept 1 Normal since sept. 1 a a a a a a a a a 1,74 ahead 1.55 Inch Normal since Jan. 1actual since Jan. River. I Sunrise. Sunset. 4 Toledo publisher quits As trustee Toledo Ohio apr the publisher of the Toledo Blade newspaper. Paul Block jr., r6 signed Friday from the Board of trustees of the medical col lege of Ohio. Block a trustee and chairman since the boards inception in 1964, said he offered his Resig nation because a the time rapidly approaching when my service As a trustee to the school and my duties on the Blade will become in Pompati phenom penh Cambodia apr the cambodian military command plans a big assault to smash through a communist Strong Point that has stalled the governments largest offensive of the War there for nearly a week. Limited . Air strikes already were being carried out in preliminary attempts to dislodge an estimated 1,000 North vietnamese troops dug in at the Village of Taing Kauk 47 Miles North of phenom penh. Officers at the operations rear Headquarters in Skourn 45 Miles North of phenom penh said today they were not sure when the assault against the North vietnamese would Start but added they had been told by the High command that the attack would be preceded by massive . Air strikes against the Village. Officials in Saigon said that once the cambodians decide to launch their assault additional air support will be available from South vietnamese and Cambodia air forces. The officials said they were not aware of any massive commitment by the . Air Force but added a great Deal depends on sources in South Vietnam said that because president Nixon wanted to keep a Low profile in Cambodia cambodian air Power would be used first followed by South vietnamese air strikes and then american planes if needed. For the second consecutive Day newsmen were barred from the front lines the first time the cambodian command has kept reporters from any Battle area. A spokesman said the order was to prevent Cam Bodian Maneu vers from becoming known but there Wras speculation that the . Embassy and the cambodian command would prefer not to have reporters present if massive american air Power is used. The operation stalled in front of Taing Kauk since monday is aimed at reopening route 6 to Kampong Thom a provincial capital and reclaiming an important segment of cambodians heartland from communist control. Communist troops attacked the government task Force South of Taing Kauk during Lac night but tie command said it was Only of a harassing nature. Ohio sued Over prices claim company rules stations Toledo is reported quiet after thursday gun Battle 1970 bad year for rancher Oakley Idaho apr it has been a rough year for rancher . Whiteley. A cellar he owns at Declo burned last Spring. In july some of his fall potato crop Wras lost because of a Hail storm. Then the week before Harvest another fire destroyed his cellar at Oakley leaving him no place to store his potatoes. Toledo Ohio apr police spent an a a abnormally routine night touring this nervous City Friday less than 24 hours after the shooting death of patrolman William Miscannon and the extended gun Battle Between police and Black militants that followed. Miscannon 33. Was shot to death As he sat in his Cruiser near a Black Panther party Headquarters in the downtown area. Miscannon a partner officer Walter Shaw said a Black Man left a car walked to the Cruiser announced a they baby in be got something for you a and then fired at Point Blank Range into the patrol car. Miscannon the father of four was killed instantly. Shaw was uninjured in the shooting. Misca Imons assailant fled on foot. Shortly afterwards John Melvin Mcclellan 26, of Toledo was arrested near the scene of the shooting and charged with the murder of the officer Mcclellan was unarmed at the time of arrest police said Hue a revolver believed to be the murder weapon was found near the arrest site. Mcclellan was free on Bond on charges of possessing narcotics according to police chief Anthony Bosch. Police reported that almost simultaneously with the Miscannon shooting sniper fire began from the Black Panther Headquarters. Police reinforcements were brought in and the building was saturated with tear Gas in an Effort to dislodge the snipers according to Bosch. In the Hail of bullets that ensued two were injured both panthers. Police said a number of people fled the building during the seige. Two hours before the outbreak of violence about 20 Blacks claiming to be affiliated with the Panther movement marched on police Headquarters to demand the release of a Man jailed for resisting arrest. A fight broke out when police tried to arrest a Black woman whom they said was using abusive language. Five officers were injured and six Blacks arrested in that encounter. Cleveland Ohio a the Standard Oil co. Ohio was Lac target of a civil suit filed by the . Dept of Justice Friday accusing the firm of fixing prices on gasoline and other products at 104 commas Sion managed service stations. The complaint filed in District court in Cleveland alleges that since september 1968 Ohio has engaged in a an unlawful combination and conspiracy to set prices in commission managed stations at the same Levels As those in com Pany owned stations. A Ohio spokesman in Cieve land said the suit was apparently to test whether the com Board Given month to set pact proposal Washington apr acting a with great reluctance a the Nixon administration has blocked tor 60 Days a threatened nationwide rail strike. President Nixon signed executive orders Friday barring a walkout by four unions against 160 rail lines and creating a five member Board to investigate the dispute. Unless Congress enacts emergency legislation the unions will be free to strike if no contract settlement is reached in the next 60 Days. Asst. Secretary of Lawr William j. Usery. A top labor troubleshooter said at the White House he bad hoped for a settlement negating the need for the executive orders. It was a with great reluctance he said that the labor department recommended the president sign the orders. But he indicated Only a few Points of major disagreement remain to be resolved after weeks of government sponsored talks. Those issues should be dealt with by the Board he said. He said a five member panel instead of the usual three member Board was formed a so tint an equitable settlement May be reached at the earliest possible continued on Page 12 Young negro hijacks Jet to Havana standup births urged Buenos Aires apr childbirth should not be taken lying Down an Argentine doctor says. He advocates a natural vertical position which he says people used before doctors introduced the a modern torture of tie delivery table. Or. Tycho Perrusi honoured by the Argentine medical association for his studies has invented a special chair for delivering babies. A look at the ease with which mothers give birth in taxis and trains without assistance of any kind who says. Perrusi a device resembling a dentists chair permits the obstetrician to stand while delivering the baby. A study of 3.520 babies half of them delivered in Perrusi a chairs and half on the conventional table indicated that chair delivered infants had better record of blood pressure temperature pulse and other physiological signs. Miami apr a gun toting Hijacker who wanted to go to Ian a a a Quot or i to an Aue toy tors Are actually company employees Ohio contends they Are a the so called commission manager stations Are owned by tie company and Are staffed by employees of tie company who sell Ohio Petroleum products at competitive prices determined by the company a the spokesman said. Ohio said tie company will study the government complaint but a has no present intention to discontinue such operations the spokesman said Ohio has about 3,000 retail outlets in Ohio most of which arc operated by Independent dealers who set their own prices. The company also owns and oper ales More than 300 stations including the 104 commission manager stations. Highway director ordered arrested Dayton Ohio apr Ohio Highway director p. E. Mash Eter has been ordered arrested for allegedly failing to appear in court Here on two separate occasions in connection with a civil Case involving his office. Montgomery county Connin pleas court judge Rodney love issued the order Friday and and said a citation had been sent to the Franklin county sheriff directing him to deliver Masheter to the court on sept. 24. Masheter was unavailable for comment. 5th hopeful enters Ohio gubernatorial race by the associated press Ohio a already crowded gubernatorial race welcomed its fifth contender Friday As Donald r. Lesiak of Parma announced his write in candidacy for the state top executive Post. Lesiak 40, and a Cost improvement supervisor for an electrical firm in Euclid said after the announcement that he represented no party and that his constituency was a just the american a detailed accounting of his Campaign platform was not immediately available. In a somewhat More traditional vein John j. Gilligan democratic candidate for governor was awarded the endorsement of organized labor in the Cin Winnai area Friday evening. Also endorsed by the 135,000 member coalition was democratic senatorial hopeful Howard Metzenbaum. William p. Sheehan executive director of the Al Cio Rind spokesman for the workers coalition said it was the first time labor in Cincinnati had banded together for the purpose of conducting a United political Campaign. In All 18 democrats and five republicans received the approval of the labor group. Metzenbaum in Cleveland meanwhile was calling for a action to end decades of neglect toward our older citizens. He declared a no other single age group in our society faces More abuse through government Metzenbaum said the 1970s ought to be designed to break the Cycle of poverty that haunts about one third of the nations elderly and proposed a six Point program to do just that. Central to eliminating the problems of the elderly he said were increased social Security benefits Relief from state property taxes and hikes in the amounts of Money the elderly May earn while still claiming benefits under Federal programs. Robert Tail jr., the gop Standard bearer for the . Senate and Metzenbaum a opponent in the general election cold uie i Ron ton Board of Trade later in the evening that the stat needed a a crusade against drug abuse. Taft challenged his audience and every ohioan to a make a personal commitment to help eliminate the threat drugs pose to our fellow goper Roger Cloud candidate for governor was not As concerned with issues As personalities Friday As he accused his opponent Gilligan of being a swishy Washy on violence and of being tie Darling of Ultra Eberall. Cloud told an audience in Gil Ligan s Hometown of Cincinnati that the Democrat had no programs except for a vast Cloud charged that Gilligan had nothing to offer the state in the areas of taxes Campus unrest and experience in state government. Cloud said Gilligan a experience was limited a unless you count campaigning for but Back in Columbus representatives from both the Cloud and Gilligan Camps were proving that they had no experience in the delicate Art of negotiating a talk on scheduling joint televised debates Between the two broke Down again perhaps this time for Good. Airlines Jet and its eight crewmen to Havana. The Young hijackers believed to be armed with pistol gasoline and dynamite was aboard the Boeing 727 on a flight from Pittsburgh to Boston and took Over Juse before the plane made a scheduled Stop at Philadelphia International Airport Federal aviation administration officials said. He allowed 90 passengers to leave but kept aboard three flight crewmen three stewardesses and two men believed to be Faa inspectors or airlines personnel the Faa said. The plane Sal on a runway for an hour while it was being refuelled. A the Pilot John Harkin said Over the radio he talked the Hijacker out of Cairo and persuaded him to go to Havana instead a said it. Robert Baker chief of Airport police at Philadelphia. John Balderama one of the passengers released by the gunman said the Hijacker described As a tall thin Young negro a grabbed one of the stewardesses by the neck and took her to the front of the planet just before it landed at Philadelphia. Passengers said tie Hijacker then told another stewardess to bring him a Small canvass bag slowed under Bis seat. A passenger who helped the stewardess get the bag raid it held a butane Gas Container with a White plastic bottle taped to it. Grid scores Circleville 13, trays Valley 7 Carroll 20, Logan Elm 14 Madison South 21, Westfall 0 Fairfield Union 22 Annanda Clear Creek 0 Jackson 50, Greenfield 11 Columbus ready 20, Miami Trace 0 Logan 16, Hilliard 6 Cincinnati Moeller 41 Wilmington 0 Grove City 14, Franklin Heights a Columbus Wehrie 21, Hamilton twp. 13 Washington c. H. 0, Chirico the 0 Hillsboro 40, Blanchester 0

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