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Mount Pleasant News (Newspaper) - October 5, 1970, Mount Pleasant, Iowa
The it pleasant news mild vol. 92, no. 234 it. Pleasant Iowa monday evening october 5,1970 Price to cents these Days by John Chamberlain How can we a a negotiate with last ditch guerrillas the gag on the West Bank of the River Jordan has been that King Hussein of Jordan is a the mayor of Amman a meaning of course that he has not been Able to control anything in his kingdom outside of his capital City. As this column is being written Hussein has Given the lie to his detractors. But. As a moderate in the Arab a world Hussein lives by Chance a and the Palestine guerrillas who know no stopping place Short of the destruction of what they Call zionism will certainly not agree to any permanent peace inside Jordan until Hussein is once again reduced to being the Quot mayor of his capital the guerrillas need their base on jordanian soil to keep their anti israeli War going. Too a Western commentator seeking Light on the background of the palestinian Arab terrorist movements is inevitably put off by the different meanings which the word a a democratic has As it is used by the average american citizen and by the average Arab marxist revolutionist. To an american democracy Means a one Man one but to Gressan Kanafani a representative of the palestinian popular liberation front a a democracy can to begin to exist until a a Liberal society a meaning a society of various social classes a has been replaced by revolutionary socialism. Speaking of Arab Hopes for a a democratic solutions in Palestine Gressan Kalfani says a it is Incon Nixon ends european trip Dublin up a president Nixon flew Home today ending a 12,-000-mile european Odyssey with a Promise at the graveside of his Irish forebears to strive for a a full generation of peace in the world. The Jet left Dublin Airport at 12 52 . Edt on the Vuk hour flight. Topcoat still Damp from a sudden downpour in the Lush Green Meadows of county Kildare Nixon bade Farewell to new York born president Eamon de Valera of Ireland and prime minister Jack plans told for Homecoming at it. P. . Homecoming week at mph began today with Maroon and Gold Day As students were arrayed in the school colors. On tuesday Security Day students will carry Small stuffed animals and blankets showing the Security they have in the team. For player appreciation Day on wednesday students will pay special attention to the demands of the panthers such As carry their books the team. The traditional Boom night begins at 7 30 . Thursday with the Bonfire at Mcmillan Park. Following the announcement of the Queen and her three attendants there will be a Parade around the Square featuring the Panther team and the Queen and her court. On Friday at 3 15 the Parade led by the band boosts the spirit of the Panther fans. The Homecoming game against Davis county begins at 7 30 . The crowning of the 1970 Homecoming Queen and her attendants will take place at halftime. Homecoming week draws to an or a with the dance following the Nairn which will be held in the Cirlos gym. The theme this year is a out in the Cei Vatole that this should be Libei Al tic shoelaces and make buttons Foi democracy rather it must be. Democracy of the needy and working classes. Otherwise it would be unable to integrate itself into the ideological and class Structure which is upheld by the popular marxist Leninist too the number of Arab palestinian a a liberation groups All with similar names is As bewildering As is their use of the word but making allowance for differences in emphasis they All look Forward to a a a free Palestine in which an Arab majority will prescribe the rules under which individual israelis will be permitted to exist. Not so Long ago representatives of six of the a a liberation organizations were invited by the editorial Board of the lebanese a Tel Anwary to discuss the idea of creating a a democratic palestinian the results of the symposium show How footless it is for the Nixon administration to Hope for an a Era of negotiations insofar As the guerrillas themselves Are concerned. For example the representative of the palestinian democratic front says the creation1 of a a palestinian state. Can Only be carried out after the elimination of the entity presently existing on palestinian soil. Co existence with this entity is impossible. No Compromise can be too the Palestine liberation movement fat ahas represented by Farid Elkhatib was less lurid. He said a Fatah wishes to Tell the world that the purpose of the palestinians and the arabs is not to throw the jews into the in spite of his moderate tone however Farid Elkhatib was basically uncompromising. Fatah a was defined of the a a dissolution of the a zionist the representative of the Arab liberation front said that the a idea of a palestinian state Means the elimination of the zionist entity. Liberation itself is bound up with the popular liberation War which alone has the Power to offset the existing technological economic and military superiority in the enemy according to the Arab liberation front spokesman the slogan of the a democratic palestinian state was brought up As a tactical gambit a to pacify progressive Public too Shafiq Alhout of the Palestine liberation front spoke of rectifying a a wrong done in the historic process a meaning that a it is useless to talk of the slogan of a democratic palestinian this matter a he said a we cannot Nego Zahir Hassin the representative of the movement known As Saida added that the slogan of the a a democratic state was being a raised at the wrong any solution satisfactory to the palestinian Arab revolutionists must come a after gain a a representative tried to be mollify ing to the israelis. A i think a he said a that Many will choose to live outside Palestine because Palestine will not be Able to absorb All the palestinians and the jews living in the net of the whole discussion Lynch and headed for Washington aboard his jetliner air Force one. Too his visit to Ireland was marked almost everywhere by cheering crowds of both adults and children. It was marred Only by anti Vietnam demonstrations during the weekend in Dublin and the tossing of three eggs at his limousine today As he drove through Dublin streets. Throughout his nine Day tour Nixon stressed the u. S. Commitment to strength in the Mediterranean and renewed efforts to arrange a negotiated settlement of the Arab israeli conflict. Too the president also plans to address americans some time this week on new u. S. Peace initiatives in Vietnam which he discussed sunday with his bargaining team at the Paris talks. On his Way to a round of final conferences with Irish officials and a state luncheon at Dublin Castle before flying Home the president motored 27 Miles past cheering Flag waving crowds and dedicated a memorial Marker in a cow pasture at Tim Ahoe that contains the remains of his Quaker Milhouse ancestors. A the greatest contribution i could make in office would be to bring peace to the world a he told a chilled crowd of 400 persons. Too noting that his Mother Hannah Milhouse was a pacifist Nixon said his goal was to give the world something it has not had in this Century a a full generation of he vowed to work for peace but said the United states would not shirk its responsibilities to itself or Friendly nations. Too during the final luncheon at the Castle where president John f. Kennedy received the Freedom of Dublin in 1963, Nixon noted smilingly that Irish ancestry helps american politicians win elections. A sometimes the tendency of american politicians to try to Trace their ancestry to Ireland is looked upon As somewhat strained a bit a he said in reply to a Toast of Lynch. A i can assure you that in these Kidnap official in Montreal Montreal up a four men what the motives could have been three of them armed with Summa \11 we know is that he was forcibly Chine guns kidnapped James r. I removed from his Home shortly after 8 a .rn., this morning a he said. A this wife was the Only Cross the senior British Trade commissioner from his Home today in Canadas first diplomatic kidnapping. Police said a French Canadian separatist group the front deliberation quebecois it Fly claimed credit for the kidnapping. A information is very sparse a said Bernard Coleman first Secretary for Naping in Canada information at the British High commission office in Ottawa. We have not the slightest idea in in Quot an urgent session a govern ment spokesman said external of a a a fairs minister Mitchell Sharp in formed the British embassy. Police said the men entered the House As Cross was preparing to leave for his office at 8 20 . Edwand ordered him to go with them As . Cross watched. It was the first diplomatic kid in Ottawa prime minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau called his top advis the take at Tang Kauko cambodian soldiers display captured weapons at Tang Kauk. Which they captured in a Days Long Battle with the North vietnamese. Terrorists kill 27 in May name successor to Nasser soon by up political sources in Cairo said today Egypt probably would name a successor to president carnal Abdel Nasser this week but there were indications authority would be distributed among three or More of his top aides to avoid creation of a new strongman. Political sources in Beirut said it was almost impossible to predict who Nasser a successor would be although Cairo reports indicated it might be either acting president Anwar Al Sadat or former prime minister Ali Sabry a pro russian leftist. Any distribution of leadership would prevent the emergence of the military As the major Force in Egypt. Israel and other Middle East nations have expressed fears that a military takeover in Egypt would mean War. Or. Megorden office leased by or. Lerner of Ernest n. Lerner . Formerly on the staff at the mental health Institute Here has leased the office of the late or. William Megorden baby born in local rest room a Young Burlington woman gave birth to a baby boy in a filling station restroom Here shortly after 5 . Sunday. An off duty police officer Here and an ambulance Driver helped deliver the infant. The woman and child were taken to memorial Hospital and Are get and will Start practice of general j a a a a Ltd Ong a a a a a Man s Mac Medicine on monday. Oct. 12. Was not released. Or. Lerner was graduated from Louisiana state University school of Medicine in 1946. He then served a 15-month medical internship at Kings county Hospital in new York following completion of his military service he had one year of residency training in Chest diseases and three years of residency training in internal Medicine. Prior to moving to it. Pleasant in 1959, he was senior staff physician at the Southwest Florida tuberculosis Hospital in Tampa. From 1959 to 1965, he was chief of medical services and geriatrics at the mental health Institute Here. From 1965 to 1967, he was the internist on the staff of the East Texas to she had stopped at Bentler a 66 Gas station and went to the rest room. When she did no to come out a woman with her investigated and an ambulance was called. Days Well do anything that will Bercu Losis Hospital Tyler Texas. He returned to it. Pleasant in 1967 riots in n. Y. Jails end new York up a the weekend of riots in five City jails ended this morning with prisoners releasing the last three of the hostages they held. All detention centers in the City were secure again officials said. None of the hostages was harm see possible civil War in Bolivia la Paz Bolivia up a president Alfredo Ovando met twice today with the bolivian army commander who tried to overthrow him Saigon area help us win and i think that helps us he then declared a what we want to do is build a real peace a lasting peace a peace that the people of Ireland that the people of America All people of the world can de. And resumed his position As chief of medical services at Mhz. j at the Queens House of detention speciality is internal Medicine with in Long Island City where the ment and government leaders expressed fear of possible civil War. Gen. Rogelio Miranda who commands the bolivian army and is armed forces chief of staff demanded sunday that Ovando resign and turn the government Over to a military Junta. Ovando. Who was absent from the capital at the time hurriedly j returned to receive cheers of an Airport crowd and later appeared in Lav Pazas Plaza Murille to declare that he would continue to hold a the destiny of the no shots have been fired and both sides desire to avoid an armed clash. Too Ovando and Miranda met twice this morning in the Vatican embassy but agreed Only to meet again later today. The Trade commission office said there had been no known threats made against Cross personal safety and there had been no communication with the office by the kidnappers. A spokesman said earlier that the Saigon up a Viet Cong Ter kidnappers had called the office but t la i hic protracted latter end bleiti6d a wrists killed 27 persons in attacks this was retracted Lait on a funeral procession a restauro i on a confusion. Ant and a House outside Saigon and in Ottawa a were external affairs department said there had been no demand for Ransom so far. Cross 49. Had been stationed in Montreal since 1968. Clay 1 the kidnappers fled from his Home ,.in an expensive residential disc Cambodia s major g y. Slopes of mount Royal. Communist troops partially Over Montreal in a taxicab police said. The combined Antiterrorist squad in Ottawa a spokesman for the 25 South vietnamese troops killed and 25 wounded in a communist attack against a combat base Allied military sources said to a. Fighting flared today along two ran a combat base in Phu yen pro on sunday. They reached no agree 2. Macs Northeast o Salon which specializes in dealing with he activities of French Canadian separatist groups a was working on the Case a police spokesman said. Drivers unhurt in 2 accidents special interest in geriatrics. He is a member of the Henry county medical society Iowa state medical society and the american medical association. Or. And . Lerner Gloria have three children Marshall 23. Is a first year Law student at Harvard University . Robert Wheeler it Barbara resides in Iowa City and Leslie is a senior at it. Pleasant High school. A 1962 rambler Driver by Sheridan Parley 18, it. Pleasant was Blu totally damaged when it went off or. Behrhorst of a curve and into a ditch on a f gravel Road five Miles South of the i of Cly program sunday killing and wounding 50 of the South vietnamese defenders the sources said tack were killed. Informed military sources in Saigon said the United states would soon Start supplying Cambodia with artillery for the first time in the War. Previously the United states gave the cambodians mortars and at least six us i Huey helicopters which Are being flown by South i vietnamese. Guerrilla terror attacks occurred at several Points in the Saigon area Over the weekend. Guerrillas threw a grenade into a line of mourners at a funeral 35 in Les Southwest of Saigon late saturday night. The explosion killed 12 persons and wounded to. Most of the dead and injured were regional Force and popular Force break in at Bulldozer garage a garage at the City dump where the City a Bulldozer is kept was broken into sometime Over the weekend but apparently nothing was taken according to the police report. Entrance was gained by breaking a lock. Too police received a report at 2 45 am. Sunday that the Coin boxes on two pin Ball machines at the student Union at Iowa Wesleyan were pried open and an undetermined amount of Money taken. Airport at i Arn. Sunday. He was not injured. According to Deputy sheriff Ron Elmore who investigated far to told him he was rounding the curve and came to a Bridge which a truck was crossing. The truck was partly on his Side of the Road and Farley had to take to the ditch. At 11 15 . Friday a 1965 Ford driven by Erie t. Blackwell 20, College student from Amherst mass., was damaged when it missed a turn on a gravel Road near the j program Beulah Church and rolled Over in a ditch he was not Hurt. The top and front of the car were damaged an estimated $800. Deputy Elmore investigated. Deputy Elmore also investigated a hit and run Accident which occurred in it. Union during the night saturday. The parked car of Connie j. Truitt was struck and was damaged on the left Side an estimated $400. The Driver of the other vehicle went on. Word has been received from Cedric Herrmann that or. Carroll behrhorst of behrhorst Hospital and clinic in Gua Tamala will be guest on the a a today show wed. Oct. 7, from 7 to 9 on Abc to. Or. Herrmann who is Active with the peace corps in Guatemala is serving As administrator of the behrhorst Hospital. Friends and acquaintances of or. Herrmann will have a special interest in the is that the a done to want to a throw the israelis into the they merely want the Post world War ii jewish immigrants to go Back to West Germany Poland or soviet Russia. To Golda Medr amid Moshe Dayan this Means that the israeli government is being asked to liquidate itself. It is not a Likely Prospect. Distributed by King features Syndicate big increase in wiretapping Atlantic City up a attorney general John n. Mitchell disclosed today Federal wiretapping had More than trebled in 1970 but said a the Only repression that has resulted is the repression of in a prepared speech to the International association of chiefs of police Mitchell said Federal agents installed 30 wire taps during 1969 and 103 from january through july 13 this year. The end John Dos passes the literary revolutionary of the 1930s who turned into a conservative Virginia country gentleman is dead at 74. He was born in Chicago to a successful attorney of portuguese descent and a Virginia Mother. Series of riots began thursday the three remaining hostages a guard Captain and a Cooke were freed at about 6 . Edt15 minutes past a deadline set earlier by mayor John v. Lindsay who addressed the inmates in a broadcast radio message. Special police squads equipped with clubs and tear Gas launchers and firemen were waiting outside the jail to Force their Way in if necessary before the prisoners released the hostages. Lindsay arrived at the scene and entered the prison at 6 20 . To talk to the prisoners about their grievances. The pattern that led to the hostages release in Long Island City an ultimatum by the mayor and the visible readiness to use Force by police outside a was the same As that which convinced inmates at the Manhattan House of detention for men. Known As the tombs to free 17 hostages sunday night. The use of Force by police and i prison guards late saturday night and Early sunday put Down two of the prisoner rebellions at other jails. Quick action sunday afternoon by prison guards stopped the fifth riot As it was beginning. Too after the hostages were released helmeted guards led More than 200 prisoners into the prison Yard at Rifle Point. The prisoners were marched two by two their manacled hands High in the air and nudged to their Knees with nightsticks facing a White 20-foot-High prison Wall. Newsmen were not permitted on the prison Block but were Able to watch the Yard from the upper floors of a six Story warehouse nearby. One inmate being led out of the jail alone was stopped at the door j and a guard could be heard saying a get him let me get a up photographer who filmed the incident said five or six guards a beat s him until they split his head open dragging him hitting him. It was tile unidentified prisoner was then taken outside where a police Wagon was parked and could not be seen. The military situation appeared to militiamen who were burying one be a stand off. The rebel officers of their comrades slain in Battle. Led by Miranda Are barricaded in la Pazz Miraflores Garrison surrounded by soldiers Loyal to Ovando. The bolivian air Force which is equipped with world War ii Mustang fighters has declared its Solidarity with the president. Former Yarmouth Man appointed to position government sources said the political crises triggered by the uprising have been resolved but the. Threat of War will continue until Church of Christ scientist in Corn ule military situation is clarified Ervin Mark Barton of Des Moines has been appointed Christian science committee on publication for Iowa. In this capacity he represents the to spend $40,000 in drug program Des Moines up the states drug abuse program operating presently with virtually no funds today received Iowa executive Council approval to spend $40,-099 As seed Money to attract additional Federal and local support. The five member Council voted unanimously to appropriate the funds from the states contingency fund. Gov. Robert d. Ray whose drug abuse consultant or. Phillip j. Levine is spearheading the program said the Money is part of the $100,000 returned to the contingency a fund from the German measles vaccination program. The governor said an and hoc Council composed of members from various state departments and including Levine will administer the funds and attempt to coordinate several area drug councils presently established around the state. The rebels issued a manifesto demanding a return to democratic government via free elections arranged during a Brief interval of a Junta government. Ovando a 52-year-old former armed forces commander has governed the country As dictator since sept. 25, 1939, when he led a bloodless military coup that ousted former president Luis Adolfo Silas. Dry weekend at this Pennsylvania hotel Munith Reint ions and Contact with the press Public officials and other groups throughout the state. He succeeds Harry d. Whitlow of Des Moines who retired recently. To or Barton received his Early Altoona. A. Up it was education in Tho Public schools of a dry weekend at the Penn Alto at Iowa state hotel. Selected for i the City turned off the hotel s water Supply after the management Yarmouth Iowa. Una Verity he was membership in the honorary pro j be nor.a1, and educational Fraterno j ties Alpha Zeta Gamma Sigma Delta Abd Phi it Ita Kappa. He graduated with a is. Degree in Agri cultural education and an . Decree in vocational guidance. Foror. Barton has ing Here a said Hall. A a we re putting garbage pails full of washing water refused to pay a $4,600 quarterly water Bill. John Hall assistant manager of the hotel said the Bill included a 143 per cent increase the hotel considered to be unwarranted. A we have about 120 people stay the past la years been in the full time Healing ministry of Christian science. On every floor and supplying every Active to Church and fraternal wit pitchers of ice water work he is a member of Church of Christ scientist Des Moines. He belongs to the capital masonic Lodge is a 32nd degree Hijack Freedom a the British government freed Leila Khaled above the girl guerrilla who tried to Hijack an israeli Airliner on release of the last of hostages from airliners hijacked to Jordan. Miss Khaled 24, was flown to West Germany a from London in route to Cairo. First we re trucking in water Tom two different sources a he added. A we Are going to seek an injunction As soon As Blair county court Mason and a member of Zaga Zig opens Hall said. Shrine. office is located at 313 Empire building. Des Moines. Suffers cuts on hand Richard Shumaker 33. Wayland suffered cuts on one hand in an Accident at an excavating site South it the intersection of Highway ii and the Trenton Salem Blacktop about 10 15 saturday. He was trying to get a machine tarted and was pulling the fan when the machine operator stall cd the engine the fan cutting Shu Meker s hand. He was treated at memorial Hospital and dismissed he is an employee of Lichty construction co. Of Wayland. Terie verse by a. C. Gordon too Many people say a i think i know Quot who Haven to sense enough to think or know
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