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Coshocton Tribune, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1970, Coshocton, Ohio Coshocton Ashland 15 Claymont 14 River View 27 Newcomerstown 22 Wadsworth 0 ind. Valley North 6 West Holmes 28 Dover 8 Malabar 22 21 Queen Becky reigns at not Newcomerstown co Captain Jay Parks starts to kiss Homecoming Queen Becky Postel during pre game ceremonies Fri Day night. The trojans celebrated with a 22-6 Victory Over Indian Valley North. Details Are on Page 3-b. Tribune in to by Thorn Rockey the Coshocton Tribune vol. 62 Iso. 14 Coshocton Ohio 43812, saturday evening. September 26. 1970 ten cents Hussein ousts military for civilian government by United press International King Hussein today formed a new civilian government for his War torn nation in a move to ease the crisis Between the Jor Danian army and palestinian guerrillas. An announcement by Kadio Amman said the civilian Cabinet replaced the military administration Hussein installed sept. 15, the Day before the War began. That government headed by Brig. Mohamed Dawoud resigned Friday. The installation of the military government was regarded As one of the main triggers of the War. The guerrillas strongly opposed Dawoud. Although fighting was reported subsiding today in Jordan the War deeply split both Hussein s kingdom and the Arab world. As Many As 20.000 persons were reported killed or wounded and thousands were said to be dying of hunger thirst and unattended wounds. The United states was in the forefront of Relief efforts. Fears mounted for the safety of 38 american Hijack hostages still in guerrilla hands. President Gamal Abdel Nasser accused Hussein s army of massacring palestinian guerrillas and breaking the cease fire which began Friday. Hussein denied this and said his nation is pledged to peace despite in Damascus the Al Fatah newspaper Ivsich Speaks for the 11 major guerrilla organizations said fighting Between the guerrillas and the jordanian army was continuing in Amman and other areas despite the cease fire that began Friday. Huessen in a Cable to Nasser foil owing the egyptian president s charges the army carried out a horrifying massacre of palestinian guerrillas said we have not Council faces Brief Agenda by Kex Slaughter legislation Wise Only three new measures and one carried Over from the last session will be up for consideration by Coshocton City Council monday night. Unless something unforeseen happens Council should be in for a not too Long meeting. To be considered Are these measures 1 appropriating -5770 to pay for a new Batch of traffic tickets needed and -s200 for City Board of health expenses. 2 transferring funds in the amount of 3100 for City Board of health purposes. 3 Resolution approving the distribution of local government Money on a Resolution adopted by the Coshocton budget com Mission. Up for additional Reading is an ordinance to Amend the present refuse collection measure As requested by councilman Gordon Collins. The ordinance pertains to the hours m which persons May Burn waste paper boxes dry grasses Etc. The hours in which trash May be legally burned according to the ordinance is 8 . To-6 . Daily. Two weeks ago Council passed two related ordinances one establishing the positions of school patrol guards and the other setting the compensation for each. Police it. Robert sees announced today the names of five members of the school patrol guards and one alternate who work under the jurisdiction of police chief de. Kreider. The guards started their assign ments last monday. The school patrol guards paid per hour for two hours work each school Day Are Eileen Fisher. 918 main St., Wiio patrols Chestnut St. At seventh and Chestnut its Jane Guilliams 329 n. Third St., third and Chestnut its. And later moves to patrol at fourth and Locust its. Alice Young. -316 n. Lots St., who patrols at loth and Chestnut its Wathena Guilliams. 624 s. Fifth St., at seventh and Pine sts., and Clarence Grimore. 1300 Ken Shvorth ave., at Cambridge and Kenilworth ave. One alternate school patrol guard is Kathleen Krebs 622 s. Seventh St. Another alternate remains to be appointed. And we would not think of liquidation of the palestinian As for the cease fire he said jordanian forces were observing it in face of continued and supported provocations. Yesterday and before we were ourselves target of a heavy shelling part of which the Arab mediation delegation hues sin said. He apparently referred o Ai Arab guerrilla attack on the King s summer Palace of Al Hammar. Hussein also said he would name a new government to replace that of big. Mohammed Daoud who resigned As Premier thursday night. It was Daoud s appointment to head the military government 11 Days ago that touched off the War. Also said jordanian army forces in he North Jordan areas of Irbid and been or the past three Days for implementation of the cease fire agreement. He said both the were occupied by guerrillas. All fighting in Amman had stopped except some shooting by criminal the King told Nasser. U. S. Warns against sub base Washington up White House has publicly told the soviet Union the United states will take appropriate action if the russians construct a nuclear submarine base on the Southern coast of Cuba. Eight years after president John f. Kennedy forced the soviet Union to remove offensive land based missiles from Cuba the Pentagon announced Friday Russia May be building a base to support missile firing nuclear submarine operations in the Western hemisphere. A defense department spokesman said however it was too Early to say if construction activity in Cienfuegos Bay less than 200 Miles from key West fla., was definitely intended to be a submarine base. The soviet Union can be of no doubt that we would View the construction of strategic bases in the Caribbean Vith utmost said the White House official who asked not to be named. We Are watching events in Cuba. We re not in a position now to say exactly what they mean. But at the right moment we will take whatever action is the official said in response to a question that Kennedy s warning to the soviets on nov. 20, 1962. Not to introduce offensive weapons into Cuba is still american policy. Kennedy said there would be peace in the curious by Jiminy Anzio Italy Mana de Felice walked up to her parked car Friday and stopped abruptly. Yes there was a sound coming from in Side like the ticking of a time device. Mrs. De Felice called customs agents. Customs agents called the police. Police called the fire brigade. Firemen found the source of the chirping Cricket. Caribbean Only if All offensive weapons Are removed from Cuba and kept out of the hemisphere in the future under adequate verification and the russian activity at Cienfuegos Bay was spotted by american u2 spy planes. As late As thursday seven soviet vessels were spotted near the suspected site. Local firms Cut production by Grier Coleman Tribune business editor the current United Auto workers Union strike has hampered production at one Coshocton Industry and Genera business conditions have forced a Layoff at a second local concern. At pretty products inc., production is Down to a five Day work week according to Clyde Gildow vice president of sales. Because of the strike orders Are not being filled in the firm s automotive Supply division. However no people have been Laid off at that Plant. Increased work in the housewares swim Cap and gloves divisions Are taking up the Slack in the automotive department the pretty products official noted. An extended Auto strike eventually would affect employment it was noted. Clow corp. Laid off a Force of 21 men Friday because of a general business decline affecting orders at the pipe manufacturing facility. A general construction strike in the Michigan area but not related to the general Auto strike has had some effect on the Clow production according to Edgar Haller general works manager. Cancer society elects four four new members were elected to the Board of the Coshocton county unit of the american cancer society at the annual meeting thursday night at Robson s restaurant. They Are mrs. Gerald Lonsinger mrs. Walter Brumm mrs. Phillip Brown and mrs. Russell Wall. Elected at a previous meeting were Robert Timmons president r. B. Hayes vice president mrs. William Wallace Secretary and mrs. Stnaley Shaw treasurer along with three Board members John Gilwee Darwin Johnson and Chester Fark. Gayie Hughes reported the 1969-70 crusade Vas very with a total of she read a letter of congratulations from John Ely executive vice president of the acs division. Mrs. Shaw gave a Complete financial report for the past year. A letter of resignation was received from mrs. Robert Johnson who had served Many years As a Volunteer past president and Public education chairman. The Board decided to present her with a gift. Timmons named the following committee chairmen mrs. Phillip Brown Public education mrs. William Wallace Public information or. John Honabarger Honabarger service mrs. Stanley Shaw budget and finance mrs. Harold Hunt nominations Piet Freeman by Laws and mrs. Owen Manning. Crusade. The and service committees will meet from noon to 1 . Tuesday at the Park hotel with David division representative and miss Donna Dink division service director. A film it is important to your was shown after the business session. Next meeting of the unit will be Jan. 23 at the chamber of Commerce build my. Brush fires raze costly Homes by Stewart slav of los Angeles up rampaging Brush fires whipped by Gale Force winds shot across thousands of acres of parched Southern California today turning scores of expensive Homes into piles of soldering rubble. Thousands were evacuated from their Homes. At least 100 Homes in the to class were destroyed when giant flames from a 35.000-acre fire that started Friday afternoon ate their Way into the Porter ranch development in Chatsworth and spread in All directions. In the coastal City of Malibu. At least 45 Homes some in the Range were burned to tie ground when a ring of fire shot Down two canyons and surrounding Hills. Officials estimated that it covered acres. The two blazes spread into each other separated Only by the Ventura freeway which was closed to traffic. Containment of the fires was not in sight fire officials said Early today. At least 20 fire fighters were injured battling the Blaze. Hundreds of others suffered smoke inhalation and Eye irritations. A third a mint Canyon near Lan Caster 35 Miles North of downtown los Angeles charred More than 12.000 acres but there were no reports of structural damage. Another fire in Lopez Canyon in the Foothills area around metropolitan los Angeles destroyed two Homes and severely damaged 12 Mobile Homes while charring 600 acres. T local weather report mostly Cloudy and cooler tonight with showers ending Low near 50. Partly Cloudy and cooler sunday High in Mirt-50s. Fair and Cool monday and tuesday. Friday High 79 Low 64. Rainfall to Midnight 1.06 Inch. Year ago High 66 Low 47. Evacuation centers were set tip by the red Cross and sheriffs deputies estimated that at least 1.000 persons were housed in them for the night. Gov. Ronald Reagan declared los Angeles county a disaster area. He issued the proclamation from his ranch in the Malibu mountains which threatened by names. After the proclamation he stripped the ranch of its furnishings and left the area with hundreds of other residents. Temperatures in the 80s and dry Gusty winds called Santa winds from the desert provided tinder Box conditions for a fire and hampered hard pressed firemen whose ranks were stretched thin by several other widely separated blazes. Mark Jones a up reporter who Sun eyed the fires from a police helicopter described it As a Couldron of it looked like 10.000 campfires. The Hills were peppered with Small blazes and showers of Sparks would erupt As the wind shot he said. The Chatsworth Blaze which started 30 Miles Northwest of downtown los Angeles and the Malibu Blaze West of los Angeles linked together in several places. A county fire spokesman the Malibu Blaze had burned along the edges of an area called the where Many entertainment celebrities live. He said at least two Homes valued at had been destroyed and several others were damaged. Roy Klein who lives in a housing tract in Chatsworth said. I was gone 30 minutes to pick up my kids at school and when i returned my House was a condominium apartment House on a Bluff overlooking the Pacific was surrounded at one Point on three sides by the Malibu fire but was saved by water drops from one of the four helicopters employed by the fire department. However the powerful up to 80 Miles an the use of helicopters. The Malibu Blaze also destroyed the Catholic Church s Sierra Retreat a monastery and severely damaged the Hughes aircraft co. Research facility. At Tecate near the . Mexico Border. 172 persons evacuated from a health spa and an orphanage when a fire licked near. The major Blaze at Chatsworth gutted the Spahn ranch Home of the followers c5 Charles Manson while he is on trial for the Sharon Tate killings. The latest fires were the worst in Southern California since the fall of 1961 when a Blaze in the Bel air and Brentwood sections of los Angeles damaged or destroyed 496 Homes. If i a Gassi fied comics deaths editorials West Lafayette a-5 s e 1 r c i pages pages sports b-2.3 b-5 Jeane Dixon b-4 by to programs a-2 Killbuck a-5 lower voting age begins next year youths Between k and 20 years of Are not eligible to vote in City and county elections until 197l Velma Hall director of the county Board of elections announced today. The . Congress voted this summer to permit is. 19 and 20-year-old males females to cast ballots effective in 1971. Mrs. Hall said she has Tua Nerous from youths asking where they Are to report Jear to in coming november election she has informed the youths that they Are not eligible to vote Here until 1971. Election officials say there is a possibility that lowering the voting age May tested in the . Supreme court before the primary elections in s7l. Wish you were here9 Wakefield England Harold Green 52, admitted in court Friday a stole 2s4 Post cards investigators found in has Home. His explanation i collect them " he Given a conditional discharge and ordered to pay court costs. Newspaper in few spa Peri

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