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St Joseph Herald Press (Newspaper) - September 19, 1970, St Joseph, MichiganFootball 9s Back our Complete inside Complete area news the Herald press final edition 24 two sections september 1970 weather warmer 10c death toll soaring As arabs Battle Hijacker takes Jet to Cuba Pilot talks him out of Cairo flight Miami a a gun Loling Hijacker who wanted to go to Cairo settled for Cuba saturday and took an Allegheny airlines Jet and its eight Crew men to the Young i to be armed with gaso1 title and was aboard the Boeing 727 on a flight from j Pittsburgh to Boston and took Over just before the plane made j a scheduled Stop at Philadelphia International Federal aviation administration officials passengers let off he allowed so passengers to but kept aboard three flight three Stewar Desses and two men believed to be Faa inspectors or airlines the Faa the plane sat on a runway for an hour while it was being re the Pilot John Harkin said Over the radio he talked the Hijacker out of Cairo and persuaded him to go to Havana in said Robert chief of Airport police at Phila John one of the passengers released by the gun said the scribed As a Young one of the stewardesses by lie neck and look her to the front of the plane just before it landed at Philadel passengers said the Hijacker then told another stewardess to bring him a Small canvass bag stowed under his a passenger who helped the stewardess get the bag said it held a Tulane Gas Container with a while plastic bottle taped to the Hijacker set the bag front of him and announced i Ive Gol something Here to blow up the whole a Young female passenger who declined to give her name said the Man sat about iwo seals behind her and Ibal she saw him Lake a Small pistol Nasser fails As peacemaker Egypt fears americans will intervene i was scared to death Jan 20yearokl Junior at the University of from tells How she reacted when a Hijacker took Over an Allegheny airline jetliner Between Pittsburgh and Philadelphia Early permitted the passengers to disembark at Philadelphia and then took off for after telling her she was met and embraced by a i was scared to she told newsmen at the Philadelphia a wire photo strike is settled sewer work will be resumed Lebanon a radio Cairo said King Hussein agreed local y to an egyptian proposal for a 24hour ceasefire in Jordan but a surrender ultimatum from the jordanian Mili tary government to palestinian guerrillas seemed to indicate the Effort bad guerrilla spokesmen in Beirut said before lie ultimatum that there was virtually no Chance of acceptance of the egyptian proposal by the guerrilla Leader fighting in Jordan was re ported raging for the third straight Egypt Middle East news i j Agency said the ceasefire pro was sent to Hussein by i president Gamal Abde about j it no Teri Nasser As tuning i Hussein in rough an emissary i that a ceasefire for at least 24 i hours could prevent the inter National Pool which is evident in i suspicious movements of the american Ith Fleet in the Media Ler Rancan ii also demoted the president As saying an immediate cease fire is necessary because our in formation about casualties is a Cairo newspaper had re period earlier thai number of persons killed or wounded in Jordan had soared past Highway and sewer had been off the Job since i seawall at a suburb radio and the a Kylian lion in southwestern michigan1 1 when Negolia Lions broke i ban sewer system South of St i lauc1 i1 is and elsewhere around the stale Down with the Michigan Road 1 Extension of 194 near 1 sail he is Che peeled to resume shortly Huil Dors and associated under1 new Buffalo improvements oni Monarch round m9g business Loop near new j to cal1 a ceasefire movie actress becomes nun Dolores former Hollywood actress who took vows to become a roman Catholic smiles beneath a Garland of Flowers used in Cere Mony at Garland signifies Crown faithful in at right miss Hai t is shown before she left Hollywood in for the secluded life of Benedictine a wire photos Golda stands firm peace Hopes dealt heavy blow by Nuhi Marton in the near associated press Wriler Cir Washington a Isaac on there can lie no peace talks i prime minister Goma Meir until a Gyp removes the mis Lias inflicted a heavy blow on Silas Israel claims were in american Hopes thai the Middle planted along the canal in Easl peace talks could tie re violation of a military standstill alter ratification Friday of a new contract by operating in some member of local Lawneer May move if from Niles Niles a crippled by from a canvass bag he had a four month the Kaw Der the Ner a division of Ameri an Allegheny spokesman said i can metals Climax it appeared to be a it is considering moving a sub a Tania part of its operations Baker said a stewardess from Niles to other slipped one of his men a note re1 More than 100 workers at the questing a he said a police company two local mans service Mcvol manufacture custom win Var was passed up to the Stew doors and store Ardess through an would be affected by the exit the company was struck by it was my understanding she i approximately 400 workers May was requesting it for the 4 Over a Union contract not the Baker a total of 750 workers arc pm ordinarily i do this i played by the company in bul she looked Ike a pretty spokesman said al comic tent he though the was a Cluck a unit of police Shar Shooti no to Lake Sec Sec Lccy cars approached the plane while nomic considerations indicated i classified ads the new contract Calls for a j Buffalo and other projects an hour wage and fringe Benefit raise Over three years in increments of 75 cents the first a Dollar the second and a Dollar in the third the old contract provided an hour in wages and fringe engineers ratified the con track in separate votes at t t to Detroit and the en1 i i pincers operate Jar y 1tjl Power cranes and other equipment on construction pro the strike stalled s500 million in constr Naclion around the work hit by the strike in this area included a million million requested j Ann aih3ok University of Michigan Board of Bill then radio Amman broadcast i he r Render i Tim turn by Field marshal Habis j Jordans military gov i who gave the guerrillas i three to surrender or be executed by firing so pads As the egyptian news Agency said Nasser also had appealed j to the guerrilla leadership to accept the ceasefire the palestinian resistance movement is essential for the existence of the palestinian peo Nasser quoted As say1 Index Section one editorials twin cities news women Section Church news Ann Landers building news obituaries Page 2 Page i pages 7 Page 5 Page in Page 12 Section two sports pages 10 Ilariu Page 18 markets ivc Alicr forecast Page i Page in it was being refuelled in a attempt to get a Clear shot al the Lii Jacker or Board the pages Price first run of adult Salmon is reported first run of adult Salmon in the Joseph River was re ported at the Berrien Springs dam this morning by George department of natural resources stuck said he counted Sal Mon jumping below the dam some As Long As your the fish were Bolh adults Anci smaller he made the ob1 first mounted the Holt us tent people believed transients Ann Arbor three Community is made up of Young to provide them with housing week old tenting protesting stu1 people just passing through associate director of Hon sin of inf Vinci nor a Init Rinc it i in i 1 it Lull i 4 Dent housing shortages at the University of Michigan is no whose hut observers say near hers shift includes one i envoy Jcj lir Linof str rail of it n 111 i i to resents Mil ask Ilia Michigan ing w or arc ice legislature for i lion in to the existence of both slate appropriations for the palestinian resistance and 72 fiscal it was announced jordanian i 1 he also said Egypt will take a the is million j do Mac Are Ordinor to Ilic More than the million apr response to Bis proposal from Propri ated by the legislature Voth silos in the Agency for the University in University president Robbin Cairo said Hussein agree Fleming said the increase i men to a ceasefire had been was needed to offset inflationary obtained Early today in a Meel pressures on school Ine Ludi ing wit i Mohamed i ing supplies egyptian army chief of staff and who had flown to Amman on he said the appropriations j quest includes funds for Merit the Middle Hast news Agen increases and promotions aver cd dispatch said Sadek was then Are pay increase at the univer placet al the disposal of Yasini said was Lender of the Central committee of the Palestine lib cration the dispatch sack was unable to meet Arafat for Rea sons beyond his ii did j not Mazalis announcement made no mention of he egyptian Pinili j lie thai the ultimatum was imposed tinder the martial Law decreed by i Luscin at the Start Hie fighting on thurs s i the egyptian Effort and a Jalis ultimatum came in thei third Day of casualties were reported soaring past Royal army forces were reported attacking the Gerril Sily this Fleming per while the consumer Rose a per after conference Premier Lei tells it Washington news Friday she found in president Nixon i sincere desire to help Israel in any Way that the United states Moir also said that israeli peace talks with Are impossible until Kory pm and Russia Ril Livick the missiles that Israel claims to be illegally placed along the a Vair photo agree in Nixon Ami of state William Rogers tried Friday Hul failed to persuade the72 year old israeli Leader that talks under United nations mediator jarring provide the Only Avenue to in Meir she wily should Israel negotiate a peace treaty with a country which vi5 laced a lesser ceasefire agree ment virtually the same Davit agreed to observe it dont agree president Nixon and Rogers arc reported to have Meirs argument they would not agree with Lier american officials conce3fe the standstill ceasefire violations could not have occult Cal without the knowledge and complicity of the soviet i say there is no quarrel with the harsh words the israeli Leader used al her Friday press Confer ence when she accused Moscow and Cairo of bad Faith and said they Bolh Are the Nixon administration con Isolde itself with the conclusion Elhat because of the Jordan Situ Alion the question of resigning of political talks is hypothetical and Cairo will be urged anew to rectify the Vio which i has been interpreted As removal of their mis Siles deployed in the Suez canal zone contrary to provisions the standstill ceasefire agree and new efforts will foe made to persuade Meir to end her Boycott of the american and israeli Diplo Matic observers agreed that pcs Spile the Lailure to smooth Over Meirs a set ions talks with the president and lingers wore useful bewail so they restored conf Tience be to can inc Whirlpool strikers spend All summer out of world a us officials granted tenants by half of the Lent people us faculty zoology camped on the University diag Robert and his a Centra Campus right to arc not i the was original j of Karole Kepner at the Sre Lucin 5 of the original to students organized by the Ann Arbor tenants an unofficial san could be Taly piano captains Sei vation at and Dent when a Large j campers arc required to move ported there were no anglers k inc rest null ice of freshmen wore Lold Lyciy tents every few Days to i of the population of Llic Lent the University might not be avoid killing the in person comedian Pat pants in tonight i Holland civic some e m p i of c s o Whirlpool Joseph division will round out their final weekend of the summer this without having worked i single Day on their regular jobs except on picket no talks Are scheduled ibis weekend and no settlement is said today that no Nugoli Atbin sessions have been scheduled gins Lor this weekend and he knows no talks set during next reported in the strike began last sin May fall officially be this striking arc members of the j Weck International association of m machinists and aerospace wait lion sessions last i local Aid not produce i al local
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