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Progress, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1970, Clearfield, PennsylvaniaToday s chuckle dressing for a said to her be ready in a minute dear. Go rotate the tires of the the Progress the weather fair and mild forecast Page vol. 64-no. 22 t our 60ih year Moshannon september 1970 copy 10 cents copies daily 36 pages today winners losers Jersey Shore 20 Clearfield 0 Philipsburg Osceola 18 Curwen Visie 13 West Branch 6 Purchase line 6 Dubois 18 Indiana Punxsutawney 35 Cambria Heights 6 state College 35 lock Haven 6 Tyrone 52 Bald Eagle area 0 Bellefonte 0 Huntingdon 0 news highlights Law seek action by the associated press Detroit general motors corp. Today called in labor relations chiefs from its various divisions As both it and the United Auto workers stalemated in National bargaining sought to get local level negotiations moving. Law president Leonard Woodcock says local level working which supple ment the National wage must be wrapped up in 155 locations before the strikers return to their jobs at pm. They went on strike at Midnight monday. Watson appears in court los Angeles a Misiag vacantly and uttering not a word. Charles Watson has appeared in the same courtroom As four old friends the defendants in the Sharon Tate murder trial. He showed Only a Glimmer of recognition for the three Long haired women at the counsel table and never looked at Charles m. Manson. Leader of a hippie style fam ily of which Watson was a member. Steel moving Pittsburgh u. S. Steel corp. Began moving into its new Headquarters a few blocks Over Friday night. More than half the office space in the 64-Story skyscraper on Grant Street go to u. S. Steel. The building has been estimated to Cost s50 million. New Dean is patient mass. Archie Epps is the new Dean of students at Harvard and says he s a patient Man. Know the value 01 having patience students change their says the 33-year-old native of Lake Charles. La. My own conduct and Epps he Hopes to dissuade the use of violence at Harvard As a method of bringing about social change. Savio to be student Berkeley. Calif. Mario Sario. Bushy haired end fiery Leader of the 336i free speech movement that gave birth to a new dimension of Campus says he is Reeni Cring the University of California. Savio. Now 27 and still was asked by a newsman Friday whether he would re enter the Berk Eley Campus political Arena. He am going Back As a a University spokesman confirmed Savio has been readmitted As a Junior in biological for classes which begin oct. 5 for the 28.000 student Campus. Airline search expanding Washington a search for weapons in the hand Luggage of passengers boarding International flights is under Way at Washington. New York and new Orleans and will be expanded to 33 major u. S. Airports by nest week. The Treasury department plan Ned to add 10 airports to the list today and the rest next a spokesman said. The program is aimed at thwarting hijacking of overseas flights. Pop Star Dies London american pop Jimi named top pop musician in 1967 by British Faast died Friday a ithe age of 27 he was famed for his wild mane of hair and hip grinding delivery a Hospital spokesman said did know the cause of death Laird approves plan Washington defense Secretary Melvin r. Laird has approved a plan for a new National military Chain of command separate from the joint chiefs of staff. Officials said Friday the new set up puts the chairman of the chiefs at the top of the new operational command. The present chairman is adm. Thomas Moorer. Pow letters released new York a packet of letters written by . Prisoners of War that were seized by customs agents wednesday in the to wives and families of the a spokesman for a delegation of Young leftists say. The 374 letters were mailed immediately after the government returned them to the Robert Scheer. 34. A Deputy chief of the u. S. People s Ann imperialist said Friday. The it Mem Ber group recently returned from a trip to China. Caseworker sentenced Harrisburg a Philadelphia caseworker has been sentenced to five years in prison for pocketing in Cash payments intended for her clients. The Justice department said Friday that Esther Smith. Pleaded guilty to the charges at a hearing before Phil Adelphia judge Herbert s. Levin. U. S. Forces bolstered Allegheny planes goes to Havana by John Maginnis associated press writer Philadel Iffla a Man who warned to go to Cairo but settled for Havana hijacked a Besag 727 jetliner at gunpoint Early today and forced it to Fly to Cuba. Ninety passengers on the Allegheny flight direct from Pittsburgh were discharged safely in Philadelphia where the plane sat on a runway for an hour while it was being re fuelled. A flight Crew of seven went to Havana. The plane was bound for bos Jon with e scheduled Stop at Philadelphia International air port. The a thin Young grabbed z stewardess by the neck after the cocktail cart passed. He forced her toward the cockpit and then told another stewardess to bring him a Small Canvas bag stowed under a seat. A passenger who helped the stewardess get the bag said it held a butane Gas Container a White plastic bottle taped to it. The Hijacker set the bag on the floor ii front of him and an got something Here to blow up the whole passengers said the bottle did t look like it would explode. Did t seem to be any Way to set it said William Hanley of Medford. Mass. The Man originally told the Pilot. John Harkin. He wanted to be flown to Cairo. Pilot said Over the radio he talked the Hijacker of Cairo Ana persuaded him to go to Havana said it. Robert chief of Airport police. Baker said the conversation took place while the plane was on the ground. Baker also said stewardess slipped one of his Mea a note requesting a gun. He said a policeman s .33 Caliper service re Volver was passed up to the stewardess through in emergency exit door. Was my understanding she requesting it for the Crew not the Baker said. I would t do this but she looked like a pretty competent he said. A unit of police sharpshooters approached the plane while it was being refuelled in a futile attempt to get a Clear shot at the Hijacker or Board the plane. The aircraft left Philadelphia for Cuba at a. A. And landed at Havana s Jose Marti Airport at a. A. The Faa said. Scholastic football scores by the associated press Johnstown Bishop Mccon 2s Conemaugh Valley 7 Bishop Guilfoyle 21 mount Union 6 Chambersburg 26 Altoona 0 twin Der 19 North Cambria 8 Bellevue is Coraopolis 12 Jeannette 13 Yoush 0 34 Aliquippa 14 Beard Falls 21 Sharon 13 new Castle 26 Ambridge 0 Butier 40 Elwood City 6 Mercer 12 Mohawk 7 Bellewood Antis 47 Penn Cam Bria 36 Juniata 29 Bermudian Springs 0 Johnsonburg s county Christian 7 southwestern 5 Kane 0 Oliver 14 Perry South 24 Peabody s Carrick 52 South Hills 5 Jeff Morgan 26 German 14 a Vire 19 Highlands 32 please Lum to Page col. 4 the red Cross Bloodmobile will be in the nation Al guard armory on Coal Hill at Clearfield monday from 2 until 8 p. M. Waik in donors will be Welcome. Donor recruitment is be ing conducted by the 644th Light maintenance company. Donors requiring transportation can Call mrs. Roy Wise. Balancing act if took careful mane vering on the part of workmen but the new Steeple of St. John lutheran Church of Clearfield came to rest at is proper place thursday morning. The Job was accomplished by the use of a Large Crane and the steadying hands of workers situated in the Church the event marked the culmination of a building and re modelling program begun by the Church Over a year ago. Dedication services and open House for the new education Al building Are scheduled for tomorrow. See other picture on Page 10. Opinions offered of meeting Outlook varies on John Stowe both optimistic and pessimistic outlooks for development or route 219 As a four Lane Highway from x. A. To blues eld. V.7. Ivere expressed Here yesterday As the route 213 association held its annual membership meeting at the Sunne Hanna country club. On the optimistic Side were these views expressed by speak ers at the luncheon meeting at tended by upwards of 300 per sons from Hevr York and West . Senator Hugh have reason to be to believe that we can look for Ward to ultimate designation of 219 As an interstate Highway. The subcommittee on Public roads of the Senate pubic works committee will be considering this Nia iter in executive session nest congressman John p. Savior of the House Public works subcommittee is working on a plan to reimburse states turned Over already built highways such As the Pennsyl Vania Tumoine to the inter state system by allocating them additional interstate mileage. If the s occurs. Pennsylvania will receive enough to build 23.9 to the new York state line. Congressman Albert it. John son of our commit tee Public Sab has made a firn commitment that 219 will be built. Working in oar favor is the rapid construction of the shorts a. Opened yesterday two years ahead of schedule. Secretary meter w. Anckaitis design or construction and we expect to let two additional sections in the Somerset area this year. Donald h. Ket chum. Regional director new York state department of Hevr York state has recognized the importance of improving 213 and is now working on the Sec Tion from Buffalo to Spring i in with construction expected to be finished by 3976. Depending on available funds. On the pessimistic both Anckaitis and Ketchum warned that the Progress will be slow unless the route is Given interstate status which would make it eligible for 90 per cent Federal financing. The Cost is too great for Pennsylvania finance it alone. Or. Anckaitis and or. Ketchum indicated that new York state plans for Are based on an needed by basis. Jack Spafford. Assistant com missioner of highways for West was even less optimistic. The Southern portion of 219 is a very lightly travelled High he and is now about at is limit on Highway financing. I would not be Economy Kajjy feasible to con 219 with state he added but he said the state has applied to the appalachian be commission for inclusion of 219 m its program. Secretary Anckaitis told the association just As concerned about development of 219 As you Are. The problem is the Secretary reported that 219 is in design location or final design stage from the Maryland line to North of where some 35 Miles is completed As far As Ebensburg. The segment from Hastings in Cambria county of Challenge in Elk counts is now in location study which is 85 per cent completed and a Public hearing w ill be scheduled soon. From Challenge to South the location study also is s5 per cent Complete. A by pass of Bradford is now under construction and a seven mile stretch from the new York state line South so near Custer City is programmed for construction. Krebs. President and editor of the Johnstown Tribune Democrat and one of he founders of the route 219 was in charge of the meeting. He recalled that the association had its Sian i 1954 at a meeting in Dubois. E. Jetty of Brock president of the Assoc a introduced vice presidents e f. And Joseph Cleary Ann Secretary Pat Val Entine of Dubois. Who present Nixon watches Jordan by John m. Hightower a special correspondent Washington Arneri Caa ii rhe Mediterranean bolstered. Nassos kept continuous Steh to Day on the crisis Eneba Alec with american Hies ars i survival of the Hussein government his a Mary con Cern. The Posini Orilona of military forces was described off Ciary As a precautionary step in Nixon decides intervention Jordan is necessary to Rescue the More than jew americans in country. Dixon was re oried. Prepared necessary to inter Vene for other if neigh Boring Iraq or Syria me civil War Between King Hus Sein s forces and the palestinian palestinian guerrillas get ultimatum be Bitt. Lebanon Cairo radio said today King Hussein has agreed to an egyptian cease fire proposal shortly after the broadcast Jor Dan s military governor gave palestinian guerrillas an ultimatum to surrender or face fir ing squads. The ultimatum from Field marshal Habis Madaii had a three hour deadline it appeared to mean the egyptian cease fire Effort had collapsed. Madaii said in a broadcast by radio Amman that the guerrillas who did not surrender would be executed As mutineers. The Cairo broadcast said president Gamal Aldei Nasser of Egypt had proposed to Hus Sein that he and the guerrillas accent a 24-hour cease fire. According to Cairo. Hussein agreed. Cairo said the agreement had been worked oat Early today in a meeting Between Hussein and Gen. Mohamed Sadek. Egypt s army chief of who had flown to Amman Early in the fighting. It said Sadek then went into conference with Yasir Ara Over All Leader of the guerrilla and other officials of the Central committee of the Palestine liberation organization. Madaii s announcement made no mention the egyptian initiative. He stressed that the ultimatum was imposed under the martial Law decreed by Hussein at the Start of the Shiing on thurs Day. The egyptian Effort and a ultimatum Eane in the third Day of fighting. Casualties were reported soaring past 5.000. Royal army forces were reported attacking the Guervil the North. Maj Ali s proclamation is the last warning to the fedayeen. Guerrillas must Lay Down their arms and surrender by 4 . Anyone who resists the Royal forces after this time limit will be treated is an outlaw and please turn to Page 30. Col 5 killed or arrested and tried by courts martial on a Charce of armed Mutiny against the a troilies. Crime is punishable by the deadline was 10 g Edt. Madaii repeated ances to surrender would harmed of the Pennsylvania depart ment of each Section of relocated 219 in. Penn Sylvania is in some phase of bomb scare delays game state College. A. Bomb forced a 30 delay in the state col lege lock Haven High school football same Friday night. A local radio station received the tip and notified who cleared he stand and searched the area. To bomb was found. By Mike Shanahan associated press writer a act great x 3 x o n administration has blocked for Days a nationwide rail s use. President Dixon executive orders Friday barring a by four unions against 160 lines and creator a five member Board to investigate the dispute. Enacia Emer 4ency less latious. The unions be free to strike if no con tract is reached in the next 60 Days. The under pro inside the Progress lighter moments on Shortway Page 4 pirates nudge mets Page 7 Cap to recruit Page 10 Church news 3 hints from Heloise. 12 classified ads 8. 9 Hospital news 2 comics to meeting guide 2 deaths 10 sports i. 7 columns 4 radio 5 the labor act. If act Sorne per of the a Ion s railway work Fores. Ansi. Secretary of labor j Usery. A top Sabir tarrab Les Hooter. Said is the House he had honed for a Settle ment negating the need for the executive it was Ith re us he that the la Sec the president the orders but he indicated Only a Feu Points of disagreement remain to be resolved after weeks of Ern Merit six Moreci talks. Those a such should be dealt by the he said. Be a for. A kiember instead of the three Mem Ber Board formed that an equitable settlement May be reached at the ear lip t possible time members Are to be named later under the 44-year-old la Bor Law. The Hoard will study the Depute and Unm its recon within .10 s Over the 30 the unions and rail consider e a strike Hai been but to cd s lors the for Rve trere wits some areas . A court acc a b Ock Ais effect us Tudie Corcoran Jad Friday he won d c h effect it earlier in s week. C i. In president the Hwd of . Alone sni steamship claimed Industry Rema Ned in a one 7 Ner cent offer. The unions vent a 40 re cent or higher increase three years resides the c to is. The unions involved Are the tinned transportation the brother Hood of maintenance of Way amp Oyon and the hotel and restaurant and Bai tenders Union conies ii a Urril a tse As from re comp Davie. My. Ich a. Mere s Aff or. A. h it Ceross. I Ord that Anier Jsn faces reinforced came p riday it Del the the a Orf Ted 5hids Atid into the Mediterranean. Air Force Casbe of Fly ir.2 out or were Abrescy is in area. Officials privately exp err i could crisis unaided. To rough icimsti1- channels to sni and a talks israeli Premier Gorica so ministration to save the . Drive for peace Between Israel and the arse states from the explosive pres sures of the jordanian an element . Concern is this respect is the fear that if palestinian forces control in Jordan their hostility to Ward Israel Force israeli intervention in might intervention by Iraq and Syria and idea the East struggle. Even in the absence of consequences off vials see no Chance for a peace settlement involving Jordan it the guerrillas Rule that country. Mrs. Meir said Friday egyptian israeli negotiations Sre impossible unless Egypt Rolls Back antiaircraft missile bases set up along the Suez canal in alleged violation of the military stand still the two coun tries accepted in August. Inquiries As to in Heater Nixon has Given Hussein some commitment of . Support if needed Drew uniform Stive answers from official sources. White House press Secretary Ronald l. Ziegler told a news Confer ence there is commitment i m prepared to cover the Chicago Sun times ssi i in a Story Tab listed two editions thursday after a briefing by that Tae United states was prepared to inter Vene in Jordan if Iraq and Syria did so or if the Hussein govern ment should be in danger of full ing. Ice Story by the newspaper from its Edi but in a statement issued Friday afternoon the editors please turn to Page col 3 new company Clearfield franchise Auto Mart of Clearfield has purchased Kichard be Dico motor and noved the Dealership to 110 East Market Clear Send. The Transfer was effective sept. 15. Heading Slart is John g. Sci tas president Wane launch e Soult or. Is Secre tary and Frank Cambria is treasurer Harry Sarratore will be the operating manager. Plan a grand when the new line of a. Motors a yield is a ii filed the John said. Models include the Grem Lin. Matario. Amiss Sac or and he added the opera irs from Loci co s re main the same with the organization both or. So it his brother Are their father. Lance or. In Trie a resale 405 lat a Nersi. Both Are a a Davies of Dickin 3tt.t-3 i pies a to Page in col. 2 free see Page 12 for details

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