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Derrick (Newspaper) - September 19, 1970, Oil City, Pennsylvania It amount of 1970 Cebu could Burl most minority groups. Bead Story Page 4. The Derrick. Wild today High in 70s. Sunny warm on sunday. Sunset pounded 1871-no. 221 phone 645-1221 Oil City pa., saturday Horning september 19, 1970 two sections Loc newsstand 70c delivered u. S. Mediterranean Force enlarged 5-member panel named Nixon blocks rail strike for at least 60 Days Washington a Between four unions and some tary of labor old newsmen at Dent Nixon signed executive 160 rail lines. The while House the adminis orders Friday blocking a if settlements Are Nolar Talion had hoped to win Union threatened nationwide rail ranged at the end of 60 Days i Industry agreements without re strike for 60 Days. Acting under provisions of the railway labor act Nixon enact emergency legislation in a five member fact finding the interim Board to look into the dispute i . Usery assistant Secre housing official quits blames Nixon policies Washington a a very very frustrated in government housing one year As director of con Cial resigned Friday accusing cilia lion in the housing oppor the Nixon administration of in Unity division of the Depan Cou raging and perpetuating a ent of housing and Urban do Cial discrimination in housing. Robert j. A Feldl said he be s. B. Hoss sentenced to death Pittsburgh a Stan Ley b. Hoss or. Of suburban West Tarentum was formally sentenced Friday to die in the electric chair for the murder o a suburban policeman a Yea ago. Sioss 28, was convicted Las March of first degree murder in the slaving of patrolman Joseph Zane a 26, of Verona the jury so. The Penally earlier his week a panel o Allegheny county judges Sniec a motion for a new Iriti Filec by Hoss s attorneys who con tend undue publicity prevented their client from getting a Fai trial. Four sheriffs deputies Escor Hoss to the courtroom in Day for file sentencing. Hos. Was while faced and when the sentence was pronounced. When judge Samuel Sirauss to h cat 1 the unions would be free to sort to emergency procedures strike unless Congress should and that it was with great re Lelance hat the labor de Parment recommended signing of inc executive orders. The four unions involved represent about rail pm 70 per cent of All tease employed by the Industry. A strike had been set for sept. 10 Hul the govern men won in inn agreement to extend discus Sions for five move for Lowed by a Federal court order tuesday blocking any selective strikes against some of the rail lines involved. Uis Ricl judge Howard Cor Conran left in Force an order restraining the unions from striking until . Not sept. 23. The five member Board Nixon a scaled is unusual. Most such elopement. He is leaving the ear government Post to return the University of Toledo As a w professor. The Nixon administration is of Only indifferent to fair hous no but is actively opposing it by Els of commission and omis Affeldt told a news on Ferenec. A result of this policy the Federal government s perpetuating racial discrimination in housing employment and he accused administration officials of sabotaging the depart ment s limited conciliation of discrimination complaints Anc if refusing to withhold Federal Aid As he Conle did is Permil de by Law from communities Pentagon denies plans for armed intervention Washington a the United slates disclosed Friday that . Sea and air forces close to strife torn Jordan arc being expanded. While denying any 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 Here Pentagon aides enforcement of that balk at open housing. Affeldt s comments appear to reinforce similar complaints recently from private civil rights organizations some members of Congress and from the chair Man of the . Civil rights commission Rev. Theodore m. He Burgh. Secretary of housing George Romney while publicly commit Ted to an open communities policy has said the language of the landmark 1968 open housing . Tin a 4, i panels have three members. Usery said a larger Board was named to consider All the disputes on a consolidated basis so that an equitable settlement May be reached at the earliest a Jssie e he expressed Hope that negotiations in which Federal Media tors had participated had al ready narrowed the Points in dispute and that the Board could quickly Zero in on those of Jor importance. Under the rail labor Law the members will be named report find jigs to Nixon within 73 Days. There will be an additional period of 30 Days in which the disputants can consider the Board s recommendations and continue negotiations. Unions involved in the dispute Are the brotherhood of railway airline and steamship clerks mrs. Golda Meir president Nixon reach full understanding for assistance crisis in Jordan shelves Middle East peace talks said and additional air Force transport capable of launching paratrooper forays positioned on the fringes of the troubled Middle East. At the White House press Secretary Ronald l. Ziegler said there Are no decisions one Way or the other about . Involvement in the at the same time he asserted that we would be re miss if top policymakers and their advisers did not draft contingency plans for any possible eventuality. We View it As a serious Situa said president Nixon s oficial spokesman referring to tattling Between the jordanian my and palestinian guerrillas and the continued detention by re guerrillas of More than 50 hijacked airline hostages. Washington a the stale department said Friday night that Mideast peace talks Are not expected to resume at this time because of the crisis in Jordan. Ii the Way of get stalled talks going were also underscored by israeli prime sinister Goto Mek Here on a one Day visit after seeing president Nixon and Secretary of slate William p. Rogers mrs. Mei said is the United transportation Union the brotherhood of maintenance of Way employees and the hotel and restaurant employees and bartenders Union. All Are affiliated with the al Cio. Policeman shot to death 6-hour gun Battle follows al would not end her Boycott f Rie .-proposed Arab israe i peace discussions until Egypt Russia Roll missiles in stalled in violation of the mid East Trues. A practical matter it would be difficult to expect these talks to resume in the Light of the present situation in 1 he spokesman said. Jordan along with Egypt Anc Rogers feels the door to the talk is still open and we Are continuing every Effort to keep that door open and having the parties go through state department press officer Robert j. Mccroskey said Afler the Day Long conferences. However As cambodian offensive Heads for showdown Toledo Ohio a a while policeman was shot to death at Point Biank Range Fri Day touching off a six hour gun Battle Between police and gun men firing from in and near a Black Panther Headquarters. Two persons were wounded and one arrested on a murder charge. Police searched the Headquarters building after a gunfire and tear Gas attack and found no one. They confiscated iwo rifles a Shotgun and a Quantity of am munition. A later search Dis closed a Quantity of dynamite. Five policemen were injured b few hours before the shootout when a crowd of Blacks went to police Headquarters and demanded release of a prisoner. Six persons were arrested in that incident. The gun Battle was the nation s second this week Between police and Black Mill ans. A negro youth was killed and three Blacks wounded in a clash with police in new Orleans tuesday after an attempted fire bombing of a grocery store police said. New Orleans police had stormed the Black Panther Headquarters earlier tuesday and seven persons were wounded in shooting before the occupants were flushed out Wilh tear Gas. Toledo patrolman William Miscannon 33, was shot to As he Sal in his patrol car near the Toledo Black Panther office. Walter Shaw his negro part How to m of p1inom penh Cambodia a both sides moved up reinforcements Friday and the government s 12-Day-old push to the North appeared headed for a bloody showdown. Focal Point was a Strelch of Highway 6, 50 Miks North of phenom penh where More government forces were sent to reinforce several battalions stalled above Skourn. The enemy also was reported building up manpower and sup plies. One North Viet Ramese hat certain precautionary Steps involving aircraft and elements of the 6th and Atlantic Ziegler said Nixon s main con Cern is for the safely of Ameri those among fleets wer eing taken should a decision be made to evacuate americans from Jordan. There Are some 400 americans in Jor Dan including 38 of the airline hostages. Earlier the Chicago Sun times had asserted the United states might be prepared to Lake an Active military role in the jordanian civil War should Syria and Iraq commit their forces against the King Hussein regime and it appeared the Hus Sein government might fall. This account published a few hours after Nixon met in Chica go with top editors of the Sun lines and other newspapers ice was withdrawn after appearing in the first two editions i Friday morning s Sun times. Questioned Aboul the account Ziegler said Nixon declined to lived to he american fighter North Viet namese and Viet Cong positions. Foreign newsmen were barred from inc scene o a Ion possibly to prevent them from observing strikes by american Els. Sources in Saigon said Vever embers unit Force attacked a cambodian astride Highway 6 and killed four government soldiers counter the to enemy build up Allied baby s death probed Israel is a party to the talks under . Auspices which Are supposed to be part of the Mideast ceasefire plan began August 8. But the Jorda Nian government is embroiled now in fighting with palestinian guerrillas who hold hijacked hostages. Mccloskey declined to say whether fee United states agrees with mrs. Meir that the surface to air rockets Emp laced on the egyptian Side of the ceasefire line must be with drawn before the talks can get under Way. Our objective continues to be to have the negotiations re he said. We Are encouraging Bot i sides to continue observing the the Secretary Laid the prime minister thai we will continue our diplomatic efforts aimed at he hostages who Are held in Jordan at a location which he reported is not known to the american government. The press Secretary said Nix on is very conscious of the re which he feels be must exercise to protect amen discuss the accuracy of the re port. However he acknowledged that he and Herbert g. Heir the Nixon administration s communications director had talked by Telephone with Sun times editors after fee initial that were . Fighter Oul obtaining violations acc Rafica Ica on Esch is of the my raids along Highway 6 in sup port of the stalled cambodian Jov emment Force. The air strikes were draught .0 be the Only Way the cambodians could push through to the Village of Taing Kauk 15 Miles North of Skourn on route 5. It was at the Southern Edge of the Village that the govern ment s first major offensive of the six month old War was halted monday by troops who in flicked heavy casualties on the cambodians. Brig. Gen. Srey Saman chief of staff of Cambodia s armed forces said inc government s offensive is a now or never of unless the enemy forces Closkey said. Earlier mrs. Told a news conference she found in the president a sincere desire to help Israel in arty Way that the United can citizens around the Globe. The Pentagon spokesman Jerry w. Friedheim was pulled out of a Tun a t. Col 1 Hussein s upper Han Beirut Lebanon a the Royal army of King Hussein apparently gained the upper hand against Arab guerrillas in Jordan on Friday and reports reaching Beirut said casualties in iwo Days of fighting mounted into the thousands. Countless civilians were dying in the streets for want of grabs id in fight Alist troops to cease fire to permit surrenders. A the same Lime Royal army tanks were reported pounding guerrilla troops within North Erp Jordan. With the jordanian conflict in its second Day the Pentagon in Washington announced it had ordered More planes and ships into the Mediterranean to beef new Bethlehem an 18 d arc he added they american pop Star Dies at 27 London a american pop Jimi Hendrix famed or his electric Shock mane of air and hip grinding delivery died in London Friday. He was sum ably they were caught in up . Forces standing by for crossfire. Possible evacuation of Ameri diplomatic reports described cans. Units of the 6th Fleet Hava Amman the capital As being effectively under the control of the army although there still was fighting and smoke Bil owed Over the City. The jordanian government radio said 214 guerrillas gave up in Amman during the of them during a period in which Field marshal Habis maj Ali the military Roy arrested Mike Cross a Black Pait Bers Deputy defense Milster was arrested Friday on charges vat blog in Diuble Aid pts Scislow of Tiptn Ivett. Month old baby was electrocuted yesterday but Complete details of the tragedy could nol be Learned. Penny Jane Goodman of fair mount cily re 1 was dead on arrival al Clarion Hospital. Coroner Robert v. Burns listed the cause of deals As Elco Rock lion. The names of the child s parents were not known. Sute police late last night a Brief report bet said further details would be made know As an investigation continues. The apparel Accident Hap Etc cd about . Al the Irwin Dilly residence fair mount cily re 1, As inc baby was playing near an old schoo bus. The bus had been converted into living quarters. Police said thai due to bus not being properly the child was electrocuted she entered the vehicle. The baby was barefooted at the Timi and it was raining. Military hold on the country Side. N Cambodia. In Vietnam relative Ricl prevailed in inc Batlle reas. Only Small scale and Solt Rcd actions were reporter y the Allied commands. Solidify their political and woman saves dimes in lard can Pittsburgh a a Cen be county widow who died recently has left the Home for crippled children Here Richer by dimes and two pomeranian dogs. A spokesman for the Home said the woman who anonymity accumulated the coins in a lard can in her Kitchen. Arrangements were be ing made to provide a Home for he dogs. 27. A spokesman for a Hospital where the guitarist was dead on arrival said we do nol know where or How or Why he a Coroner s inquest will be held. Hendr1x was named the world s top pop musician in 1957 in a poll of British fans he had been staying in London since sept. 6. Hendrix was originally in a backing group for Little Rich Ard the american negro Rock n Roll Star. He was discovered in a cellar club called cafe wha in new York by Charles Chan Dler on clime member of the animals Rock group. He came to Britain in 1966. Four Hil records Foh cd including hey his latest band of Hil place recently in die British charts. Hendrix was born in sealts Wash. He often visited Vancou ver b.c., to see his grandmother a full blooded Cherokee in Dian. He served in inc . Army As 4 paratrooper gets 12 years Black Panther in Jamie was sentenced to not less than 12 years and no More thas 15 years in prison Friday for conspiracy to Commil murder in the torture slay log of Alei Rackley. Been in the Eastern Mediterranean apparently cruising off Lebanon and Syria for the past week. About 400 americans Are in Jordan. Thirty eight of them Ara among 54 persons held As Host Ages by marxist guerrillas since last week s hijackings. From Amman came diplomatic dispatches saying Hussein s bedouin legions seemed to have gained Complete control of the cily s Center Long dominated by the palestinian irregulars who demand return of territory that is now Israel. An International red Cross Pix turn to Pigi 6, col. 4 Derrick directory Church Page s classifieds 13, a 15 comics 12 deals s Derrick quiz 7 financial 13 horoscopes 12 Hospital lists 3 menial health series 3 opinion Page. 4 Strong children series 8 women s Page 5 deaths mrs. Annie Mcclelland Williamsport former resident of Rocky Grove Albert b. Sleppy Lee per re deaths on Page i

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