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Sheboygan Press, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1970, Sheboygan, Wisconsin Shr ii vol Xiii no. 233 2 sections 28 pages with supplement Sheboygan wis., saturday september 19, 1970 Price 10 cents Cambodia opens big offensive phenom penh Cambodia a the cambodian Mili tary command plans a big As Sault to smash through a communist Strong Point that has stalled the government s largest offensive of the War there for nearly a week. Limited . Air strikes Al ready were being carried out in preliminary attempts to Dis Lodge an estimated North vietnamese troops dug in at the Village of Taing Kauk 47 Miles North of phenom penh. Officers at the operation s 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 at tack would be preceded by Mas Sive . 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 exigent 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. Wins million. Pearl Choate Birch 63, widow of California oilman a. Otis Birch gained control Friday of his million Fortune. District court judge j. Roll fair of Dallas Texas Dis missed suits by five religious organizations seeking part of the estate. A wire photo try to sail across Ocean by Mary Ellen Myrtene associated press writer new York a Rod an Derson a 32-year-old commodities broker turned balloonist figures the Best time to go up is when die Market is Down. He Aims to stay up longer than any one. A Novice in the sport with 30 minutes flying time Anderson plans to leave Long Island Sun Day on the Bottom Side of a 10 Story balloon bound for England France. Or somewhere transatlantic. There Are a thousand other things to think he says dismissing the worry of exactly where. By concentrating on the details you Don t dwell on accompanying Anderson will be Malcolm Brighton 32, of Farnham England an aeronautical Engineer and Amateur balloonist with considerably More experience. If they succeed m crossing the turn to Page 14, col. 6 Meir deals peace Hopes heavy blow Washington a israeli prime minister Golda Meir has inflicted a heavy blow on american Hopes that the Middle East peace talks could be resumed in the near future. Mrs. Meir told president Nix on there can be no peace talks until Egypt removes the mis Siles Israel claims were i planted along the Suez canal in violation of a military standstill agreement. Nixon and Secretary of state William p. Rogers tried Friday but failed to persuade the 72 year old israeli Leader that talks under United nations mediator Gunnar jarring provide the Only Avenue to peace. In principle mrs. Meir agreed. But she asked Why should Israel negotiate a peace treaty with a country which Vio lated a lesser cease fire agree ment virtually the same Day it agreed to observe it president Nixon and Rogers Are reported to have understood mrs. Meir s argument although they would not agree with conclusion. American officials concede the standstill cease fire violations could not have occurred without the knowledge and complicity of the soviet Union. They say there is no quarrel with the harsh words the israeli Leader used at Friday press Confer ence when she accused Moscow and Cairo of bad Faith and said they both Are the Nixon administration con Soled itself with the conclusion that because of the Jordan situation the question of resuming of political talks is hypothetical anyway. The United states however would not take mrs. Meir s no for an answer. Diplomatic prodding will continue on sever Al fronts officials said. Moscow and Cairo will be turn to Page 14, col. 5 Union push local in negotiations Detroit general motors corp. Today called in labor relations chiefs from its various divisions As both it and the United Auto workers stalemated in Tiff jangl to Yghi to get local level negotiations mov ing. Law president Leonard Woodcock says local level work ing agreements which supple ment the National wage pack age must be wrapped up in 155 locations before the strikers return to their jobs at pm. They went on strike at Midnight monday. Local level bargaining opened with that on the National level in mid july but Only three Settle ments have been reached. Woodcock and other Union chiefs meanwhile continued their nationwide series of meet Ings with local Law bargaining teams m what they said was an attempt to emphasize the urgency of the demands in the past local level strikes Over such issues As seniority lists parking lot privileges air conditioning and water cooler have crippled Auto makers sometime for weeks after National settlement. There Are demands on local tables the pm and the Law nation Al bargaining teams have recessed their sessions until next tuesday. On Friday approximately striking and Laid off pm workers Drew their last full week s pay until the strike ends. Some sources forecast that May be As much As two months away. Union strike benefits Don t Cut in until sept. 29, and they will fall far below the pm average hourly wage of or a week before taxes. A single worker gets a married worker and one with Chil Dren a week in strike Bene fits. Won t Cave la the Union estimates its million strike fund will meet benefits for about seven weeks but says that its strikers won t Cave in regardless. When the strike began nation Al negotiators were stalled on a company offer of an additional 38 cents an hour and a Union de Mand of 63 cents. The Law was also seeking a minimum monthly pension of for each worker with 30 year s service with pm regardless of age and an unlimited Cost of living wage escalator. In calling the strike the Law exempted 27 pm plants employ ing and making parts for Ford Chrysler and american motors plus some Independent truck manufacturers and some agricultural implement Facto Ries. But since pm no longer re quires parts supplied by the exempted plants layoffs have been mounting there. The Addi tion of Friday brought the total to some of pm s 39 suppliers also have furloughed workers. Maj Ali orders jordanian soldiers to cease firing rebels won t join in shooting halt Beirut Lebanon Apfield marshal Habis maj Ali Jor Dan s military governor ordered his troops to cease fire in their War against palestinian guerrillas today but a guerrilla statement broadcast from Baghdad Iraq said the Palestine forces would not join in the shooting halt. I the Baghdad transmitter of the Palestine liberation organi i nation s Central committee declared the imperialist agent a j Bis maj Ali wants to catch his breath. We Are aware of these tricks and maj Ali will not be Able to Lead us into any am maj Ali ordered his forces to Stop shooting at 6 noon earlier m the Day radio Cairo reported that King Hussein had agreed to an egyptian pro Nixon keeps Sharp watch on Mideast she was scared. Jan Flegor 20 year old Junior at the University of Michigan from Muncy a tells How she reacted when a Hijacker took Over an Allegheny airline Jet liner Between Pittsburgh and Philadelphia Early today permitted the passengers to Dis embark at Philadelphia and then took off for Cuba after telling Story she was met and embraced by a Friend. I was scared to she told newsmen at the Philadelphia Airport a wire photo flyer forces Jet state Road to Fly him to Cuba death count soars to 815 Philadelphia up Hijacker carrying a pistol and a Home made bomb forced the Crew of an Allegheny airlines 727 Jet to Fly him to Cuba Early today after releasing 91 Passen Gers unharmed. A stewardess managed to smuggle a gun aboard the plane during a refuelling Stop. The Hijacker a Young Black Man pulled a gun on a stewardess in mid flight from Pittsburgh to Philadelphia and demanded to go to Cairo police said. He later asked to be taken to Havana. The plane took off for Havana at . Not. After a 20 minute refuelling Stop at the Philadelphia International air port where the passengers were freed. Authorities said it landed in Havana at am. During the Stopover a stewardess one of eight Crew men aboard handed a note to a policeman asking could you pass me a a City policeman it. Robert h. Baker said he hoisted i another officer on his shoulders and he handed a .38 Caliper service revolver to the Stewar Dess through a Back door of the plane. He said the blonde Stewar Dess very pretty and very took the gun. In and closed the Baker said he hoped the Crew would not use the gun on the Hijacker to pop him if he shold turn Baker said perhaps they could use the gun to protect returns with gun Plain clothes men surrounded the plane during refuelling. Two armoured police cars trailed it Down the runway until it lifted off the ground. Arnold Ross of Paulsboro by the associated press accidents in various parts of Wisconsin have pushed the state s 1970 Highway toll to 815, compared with 799 on this Date year ago. Willie Cantrell 39, of White Hall was killed around 4 o clock this morning when his car went out of control in a heavy fog on Highway 53 about a half mile South of Whitehall Trempealeau county. He was alone in the vehicle. A three car collision around 8 . Friday on Highway 10 some six Miles East of Stevens Point took the lives of the Rev. By John m. Hightower a special correspondent Washington a with american forces in the Mediterranean bolstered president Nixon kept continuous watch to Day on the crisis in embattled Jordan with american lives and the survival of the Hussein government his primary con Cern. The positioning of military forces was described officially As a precautionary step in Case Nixon decides intervention in j Jordan is necessary to Rescue i the More than 400 americans in the country. Nixon was reported however prepared if necessary to inter Vene for other reasons if neigh Boring Iraq or Syria enters the civil War Between King Hus Sein s forces and the palestinian guerrillas or if the country be comes in danger of falling under guerrilla control. The president was keeping watch from his Retreat at Camp David my. Accompanying him were staff aides or. Henry a. Kissinger and . Haldeman. Word that american forces in the Mediterranean were being reinforced came Friday from the Pentagon. The defense department ordered additional ships and planes into the East Ern Mediterranean. Air Force c130 transports capable of Fly Hijacker refused a drink after Takeoff from Pittsburgh and went to the men s room. He returned with a gun Ross said. Rail strike threat blocked for 60 Ernest j. Kaim 57, pastor of i St. James Catholic Church at Amherst and Regina b. Wan 1 ser ski elderly resident of Stev-1 ens Point. I four others were injured one seriously. Robert Hart log 25, of pe-1 Waukee was killed around 11 . Friday when his car overturned after leaving an interchange of 1-94 East of Wau Kesha. Duane Ebben 10, of new Ber Lin was killed Friday evening when struck by a car As he and his brother Gary 13, were walk Washington a acting with great suburb Gary was re Nixon administration has blocked for 60 Days a threatened nation ported in critical condition signed executive orders Friday barring a Russel Bennett 20 of Rural 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 c be free to strike if no contract settlement is reached in the next 60 Days. Home the orders signed under pro Days noon when a tractor overturned As he drove it on a Marquette Road m front of his visions of the railway labor Board was formed so that hobble on Over Bristol England up act affect some Union an equitable settlement May be members about 70 per cent of reached at the earliest possible the nation s railway work Force. Time its members Are to be Wimford orthopaedic Hospital has asst. Secretary of labor Wil earned water. Sent out an Appeal to All former 44. A rail a please return any old Ham j. Usery a top labor troubleshooter said at the White House he had hoped for a Settle a the St the crutches around the House have i veg h department p president sign the orders he indicated Only a few Points of major disagreement remain to be resolved after weeks of government sponsored talks. Those issues should be dealt 1 with by the Board he said. He said a five member panel instead of the usual three Mem great relic the blowing 30 Days the unions that the labor and rai1 ones Are to consider the about recommended the the orders. But turn to Page 14, col. 4 a said at a pair that comes to a lot of Money ing out refugees or taking in paratroopers were already in position in the area. Hope to Hussein officials privately expressed Hope Hussein could surmount the crisis unaided. Through diplomatic channels to Cairo and Moscow and in talks Here with israeli Premier Golda Meir administration leaders strove to save the . Drive for peace Between Israel and the Arab turn to Page 14, col 8 weather Wisconsin warmer to night lows ranging from the mid 50s extreme North to the Low 60s extreme South Sun Day partly Cloudy Chance of showers Northwest half and partly sunny Southeast half. Highs in the 80s. Sheboygan temperatures official temperatures weather Bureau yesterday s High 69 overnight Low 53 Sam temperature 54 Sheboygan skies today Sunset today 6 55 . Sunrise tomorrow 6 Moonrise tonight 8 53 last Quarter 22 tonight the Moon appears the Star Aldebaran and Rorth of the planet Saturn Saturn will reach us greatest brilliance of the Vear in november All times Central a Light computed for the she Bongat press by Hauler r Frank Hartford Vermont rebel defeat a matter of time balloonist Hope to Cross Atlan tic. Michael Brighton left of Farnham England and Rod Anderson. Commodities broker tamed balloonist Check the nagging of their Gondola. On sunday they plan spa Perl to take off with a balloon and the Gondola on a flight across the Atlantic from East Hampton . Anderson will be the navigator and Brighton the wire photo today s Index press classified the bargain Center for All building needs and Al builders see the who does it Section regular Page features no. Classified 23-27 comics 22 editorial _ 28 markets 14 obituaries 14 personals 4 i show time 21 sports _ _ 18-19 television 20 timetable 22 women s 12-13 by Robert a. Dobkin a military writer Ashington a . Military officials predict it is Only a matter of time before the palestinian guerrillas out manned and Are Defeated by Jordan s Royal arts of fiercely Loyal bedouin tribesmen. Equipped with British and american arms. King Hussein s armed Force of about 50 000 men is regarded by Pentagon officials As the Best in the Arab world and second in the Mideast Only to israelis on the other Side is a divided guerrilla Force believed to have no More than men under arms the unknown factors officials Here say Are the iraqis with troops stationed in Jor Aan and the syrians poised above Jordan s Northern Border. Should they intervene the balance could tip against said one official. But no one expects that to although the leftist governments of Iraq and Syria Side with the guerrillas they have offered Little More than moral support for the palestinians whose vow to destroy Israel and reclaim what was once their Homeland has been temporarily Laid aside while they Battle fellow arabs inside Jordan for More than two ears Hussein hesitated using Force against the palestinian command of despite their increased criticism and at tacks against the King because of his pro Western attitude and moderate course in dealing with Middle East problems 1.arge numbers of jordanians have sympathized with the guerrillas. Half of Hussein s subjects Are palestinians or children of palestinians who fled to Jordan when Israel was created in 1948. But the mass hijacking two weeks ago of four Western airliners by the popular front for the liberation of Palestine became Hus Sein s turning Point. His army was known to be near revolt after the embarrassment of being forced to sit Idle while the commandos dealt with the Western world for the release of the captive airline passengers. Postal for a 24-hour cease fire. But this was thrown into con fusion by an ultimatum by a Jali to the guerrillas to surren Der in three hours or face death by firing squads also a guerrilla spokesman in Beirut had said it was doubtful guerrilla leaders would accept the egyptian cease fire idea. Ordered to Stop maj Ali s cease fire order broadcast by radio Amman was addressed to All army police and Security units of the Royal forces. Two hours after the deadline for maj Ali s ultimatum the Field marshal abruptly ordered his men to Stop firing except in dealing with sources of fire hindering your humanitarian do fighting in Jordan was re ported raging for the third straight Day. Egypt s Middle East news Agency said the cease fire proposal was sent to Hussein by president Gamal Abdel Nasser. It quoted Nasser As telling Hussein through an emissary that a cease fire for at least 24 hours could prevent the inter National plot which is evident in suspicious movements of the american 6th Fleet in the Mediterranean it also quoted the president As saying an immediate cease fire is necessary because our in formation about casualties is a Cairo newspaper had re ported earlier that the number of persons killed or wounded in Jordan had soared past radio Amman broadcast the surrender ultimatum by Field marshal Habis maj Ali Jor Dan s military governor who gave the guerrillas three hours to surrender or be executed firing squads As mutineers maj Ali s announcement made no mention of the egyptian initiative. He stressed that the ultimatum was imposed under the martial Law decreed by Hussein at the Start of the fighting on thurs iday the egyptian Effort and a j Jah s ultimatum came in the third Day of fighting casualties were reported soaring past Royal army forces were reported attacking the Gerril the North final warning maj Ali s proclamation said this is the last warning to the fedayeen. All guerrillas must Lay Down their arms and surrender by 4 pm am one who resists the Royal forces after this time limit will be treated As an outlaw and killed or arrested and tried by. Courts martial on a charge armed mutism against the authorities. This crime is punishable death the deadline id Edt Maiah Earh re Assur ances that Guerr Mas surrender would rot be harried in be irk spokes men a d before a Vvs maj Ali s Ulf Nia uti n ser s proposer e or Tukik no can e Ance k the Al i ship the iraq1 tru 1 guerrilla or is ia2n. In denounced s Flats an affront to the of iii Arab nation Cairo radio said Sade cabled Hussein s acceptance of the cease fire proposal to Nasser the Ger Olhs presumably was expected to emerge 1 from Sadek s meeting with Ara i fat i Sadek reported to Nasser that he was receded by Hussein Early today and the King promised to announce the cease fire order As soon As a n had accept Leader newspaper

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