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Sterling Daily Gazette (Newspaper) - September 19, 1970, Sterling, Illinois Total circulation a 14,799 a delivered evenings except sundays in Sterling Rock Falls Prophetstown Morrison Unionville Tampico Chadwick Milledgeville Polo Coleta Walnut Deer Grove new Bedford Manlius Yorktown Galt Como Fenton Lyndon Nelson Erie Emerson it. Carroll Lanark Fulton and Harmon ii6th year no. 221 so mass Sterling Rock Falls Illinois saturday a september 19, i�5 Price ten cents Loco weather forecast fair tonight sunny warmer sunday with lows in 60�?Ts noon today a a sunny the daily Gazette Sterling and Roek facts population a City zone 32,<775 Abc Whiteside county 66,600 Ards Trade territory 90,300 Abo news notes off the Gazette wire desk make up our mind waitress or Bride Niar Lotte. . Apr a sign in a restaurant window says waitress wanted will marry if but owner Lawrence Mcgee says the sign s nothing but an Eye Catcher. He s 47 and happily married. A a a of Well who needs a cellar without spuds Oakley. Idaho apr it has been a rough year for rancher w b. Whiteley. A cellar he owns at Declo burned last Spring. In july some of his fall potato crop was lost because of a Hail storm. Then the Wock before Harvest another fire destroyed his cellar at Oakley leaving him no place to store his potatoes. A a a wrecked cars make Good artillery targets it. Sill. Okla. A it. Sill s Range division tows wrecked car bodies to its artillery target Range and blows them to bits. We Between 1,000 and 1,100 wrecked Auto bodies from wrecking dealers each says capt Gay r Wright jr., operations officer for the Range division. Wright said the wrecks make Fine targets because they explode into a Large fireball when a direct hit is made. A a a did t leave Hollywood As disillusioned person Bethlehem Conn. Api a a i did not leave Hollywood As a disillusioned person a Farmer actress Dolores Hart said Friday after taking final vows As a Benedictine nun in a rustic Wood panelled Chapel Here. Mother Dolores who received the roman Catholic Church s solemn consecration of a Virgin from the most Rev. John f Wheaton. Archbishop of Hartford. Also took the a vow of enclosure a never to leave the Regina Laudis monastery again. It a a no one aware of Ballerina s intents Nixon blocks rail strike president signs executive orders to delay strike 60 Days Board named to investigate problem by Mike Shanahan associated press writer Washington api visions of the railway labor with by the Board he said. Act. Affect some 400,000 Union he Salt a a five member panel a act members about 70 per cent of instead of the usual three Mem ing Quot with great reluctance a the the nations railway work Force Board was formed a so that Nixon administration has asst Secretary of labor Wil an suitable settlement May be blocked for 60 Days a threatened Iam j. Usery. A top labor Troub re Difatt nationwide rail strike. Les Hooter said at the White Imti. A members Are to be president Nixon signed exec House he had hoped for a Settle �?~v1 1o live orders Friday Barrio a Orient negating the need or the a he a or fifth. Walkout by four unions against executive orders. A r Ico Roii lin.,. Dispute and submit its recon 160 rail lines and creating a it was a with great relic emendations within 30 Davs Over five member Board to vesti a Ance who said that the i Ahnor a Ai 1 ,1,1, a Ohio Lance be Sain mat me Lador the following 30 Days the unions Gate me dispute. Department recommended the and rain jines Are to consider the unless Congress enacts Emer president sign the orders. But recommendations during Nego gency legislation the unions he indicated Only a few Points of to nations will he free to strike if no con major disagreement remain to a strike had been called for tract settlement is reached in he resolved after Dueks of gov w. 10. But government Media the next 60 Days. Ern ment sponsored talks. Tors won agreement from the the orders signed under pro those issues should he dealt Union to delay for five Days. Auto strike stalemated on National scope labor chiefs Hope to get local talks moving by a f. Mahan ing agreements which supple worker $35, and one with Chil associated Pra a writer ment the National wage pack Dren $40 a week in strike Bene Detroit apr general to age. Must be wrapped up in 155 fits tors corp. Today called in labor locations before the 344,000 the Union estimates its $120 relations chiefs from its various strikers return to their jobs at million strike fund will meet divisions As both it and the unit pm. They went on strike at benefits for about seven weeks by Endre Marton h Plecity of the soviet Union. They de Auto workers stalemated in Midnight monday. Put says that its St associated Prass writer Sadr to Ere is no quarrel a Jujj the National bargaining sought to local level bargaining opened Cave in regardless. Washington a israe harsh words the israeli j get local level negotiations mov with that on the National level in when the strike began nation i prime minister Golda Meir. _ my. A Quot a Quot has inflicted a heavy blow on used at Fonda it Presa a in or Egypt s on other Side a the foreign affairs and Security committees of the israeli parliament tour the Suez canal thursday in an extensive Survey of the military situation along the now landlocked canal. Soldiers of the israeli army accompany the committee members protecting them from possible hostile action from Egypt in View across the canal. A wire photo. Presidential guidance president Nixon escorts his wife Pat around a puddle at Chicago s of Hare Airport thursday in route to air Force one and the return trip to Washington. The Nixon party had been in Chicago for for a two Day visit. A wire photo israels Golda Meir dashes peace Hopes military forces staged , King Hussein s Rule top Mideast concern Law president London a absolutely Umed in near future american Hopes that the Middle ence when she utilised Moscow Woodcock says local level work East peace talks could be re and Cairo of bad Faith and said by John m. Hightower reinforced came Friday from antiaircraft missile bases set up Washington a with Pentagon. The defense de along the Suez canal in alleged but says that its strikers won t american forces in the Meriter apartment ordered additional violation of the military stand ran pan bolstered president and planes into the East still agreement the two coun Nixon kept con tin your watch to Ern Mediterranean. Air Force tries accepted in August. Mid july but Only three Settle Al negotiators were stalled on a Day on the crisis in embattled 9 transports capable of Fly the Chicago Sun times Laid Leonard mento have been reached. Company offer of an additional Jordan with american lives eng out refugees or taking in m a Story published in two Edi no one in Russia was aware of a they both Are the Nixon administration Eon exiled biafran who fled to the West and of ales Israel claims were in a to n tet Leaion of resume i-�3"� a trolled it amp main bal Mil ars s&s72&s a talks a a bored restless of car it we mint a a mrs. Meir told president Nix my intentions a says soviet on there 1 an be no peace talks sole its with the conclusion Ballerina Natalia Makarova. Until egg it removes the mis hat cause of the Jordan situation the question of resuming by James m. Markham associated press writer Yamoussoukro. Coast apr Chukwuemek Woodcock and other Union 38 cents an hour and a Union de and the survival of the Hussein paratroopers were air adv in tons thursday night after a chiefs meanwhile continued Mand of 63 cents. Government his primary con position in the area. Briefing by Nixon that the i nit their nationwide series of meet-1----- a it Cern. Officials privately expressed de states was prepared to inter. The positioning of military Hussein could surmount i Vene in Jordan if Iraq and Syrig forces was descried officially die crisis unaided. Through dip did so or if the Hussein govern a Rappan Tinnaro Sten in Case somatic channels to Cairo and ment should be in danger of fall Nixon decides intervention in Moscow and in talks Here with my. Jordan is necessary to Rescue israeli Premier Golda Meir and the Story was withdrawn by the More than 400 americans in ministration leaders strove to the newspaper from its last Edi the country. Save the . Drive for peace tion but in a statement issued Nixon was reported however of a a Jal fab Friday a Teraoka the editor. Mrs with local Law bargaining a a it of a Dlan teams in what they said was an 11011 attempt a to emphasize the urgency of the in the past local level strikes a Over such issues As seniority a rare Atlantic lists parking lot privileges air across Atiqi Iii conditioning and water cooler by Mary Ellen first flight miss Makarova at 30 one of agreement however i the worlds leading classical Nixon and Secretary of state take 4s dancers disclosed in a Televik William p. Rogers tried Friday Sion interview Friday with the but failed to phase the 72-year prod it Jung continue on sever 1e2ss2ss Al front officiate said. Odimegwu Ojukwu who for Montei. Civ7 w.7 Kihm the Respert is the fear that u president s discussion a with Edu Moscow and Cairo jul he Mon is held world attention As Are 000-plus demands on local figures the Best time t0 g0 up is in tile pattinian palestinian forces win control in tors during his visit to Chicago i Myrene prepared if necessary to inter states the Plosive pres said it was not killed. The Story a Rod an Vene for other reasons if neigh sures of jordanian conflict was not denied in Washington. have crippled Auto makers sometime for weeks new York apr a Zug Emeana National settlement. There Derson a 32-year-old commode Oring Iraq or Syria enters the an element of i a. Concern m Ziegler told newsmen the she had considered fleeing to under United nations mediator �?.------�-1 a the West for two years. Gunnar jarring provide the Only a i never spoke about this to Avenue to peace. Yew in a a a a a a i the. Ref Anh thaw Rahnn when the Market is Down. He guerrillas or if the country be a Quot it Raan their a oui no Staty to was on me record. And of my friends or family. In in principle mrs. Meir Latla no a which has Terra s Ai Hetrea Inanc terms have re Aims to stay up Onger than any comes in danger of falling under Ward Israel would Force israeli Ziegler also said that when he fact at times i was even my agreed but. She asked Why a removal of their mis. For eight months he has lived Al two gaming teams have re one guerrilla control. Intervention which in turn talked with Sun times editors self afraid of such thoughts and should Israel negotiate a peace a los deployed m the Suez canal in unobtrusive exile in this be sen their sessions until next a Novice in the sport with the president was keeping might trigger intervention by about publication of their Story would Chase them away a the treaty with a country which Vio one contrary to provisions of pleasant upcountry town a . la minutes flying time. Anderson watch from his Retreat at Camp Iraq and Syria and Widen the he was not concerned with kill Ballerina added plated a lesser cease fire agree standstill cease fire agree a Ingle Story Villa pro Trina and Kinu Aff a plans to leave Long Island Sun David my. Accompanying him Middle East struggle. Ing it but with the briefing rules ment virtually the same Day it n10"1 and new efforts will be a Jed by president Felix Hou striking and Lair pm Day in the of a 10_ were Sta aides or Penry a even in the absence of such under which they had received agreed to observe it made to persuade mrs Meir to Nouet Bovigny. To Tikik nver Story balloon bound for eng tend Kissinger and . Haldeman consequences officials see no Imor mation. President Nixon and Rogers end Boycott of the talks. To avoid complicating his week?5 Page my strike. Over or France 0r somewhere word that american forces in Chance for a peace settlement it thus appeared the White Are reported to have understood american and israeli Diplo posts relations in Nigeria Van in sole sources say May transatlantic the Mediterranean were being involving Jordan if the Gerril House did not question the con a a a the Begum Aga Khan is Mother of daughter Geneva a the Begum Aga Khan gave birth Friday to a 7-Pound, 1-ounce daughter Zahra. The Begum former London mrs. Meir a argument although Matic observers agreed that de and also to avoid endangering be As much As two months a there Are a thousand other they would not agree with spite the failure to smooth Over conclusion. Differences mrs. Meir a Day american officials concede Long talks with the president Model Sarah Francis Crocker the standstill cease fire Viola and Rogers were useful because Poole married the Aga Khan in tons could not have occurred they restored Confidence be Paris last october a spokesman said Mother and baby were in excellent health after a Normal birth at the be sect. A a a Musk i e. Jesse Unruh at news conference los Angeles a sen. Edward Muskie appeared with democratic gubernatorial candidate Jesse Unruh at a news conference Friday and was asked if he was California democrats answer to vice president Spiro t. Agnew who campaigned Here last week for state republicans. A i done to think there is such an answer. I done to think we want such an answer a Muskie laughingly told reporters. The Maine Democrat was the 1968 democratic candidate for the office Agnew holds. Without the knowledge and com tween the two countries. The weather Senate clears Bill to halt foreign banking of illegal profits �5 a a a they win of by f Omie in Sterling sept. 29, and they win where a Jbv concentrating on _ 3 his fellow ibos inside nigeria.1 away. Ojukwu has pledged not to in Union Gage in politics or Grant inter in until Auu win a where a by concentrating _ v1dwf�?~k k to t a a a it a i i Deta it is. You Don t dwell on Man Killo i in but he has told friends a a i am hourly wage of $4.02, or $160.80 a a i Ufa Iviricu Iii somewhat bored with the Lack of a week before taxes. A single worker gets $30, a married Las Rule that country. Tent or accuracy of the article mrs. Meir said Friday Egypt but Only the conditions of its Tian israeli negotiations Are in publication. Those conditions possible unless Egypt Rolls Back were not officially disclosed. Forecast from the Chicago weather Bureau it 11 . Sterling and Vicinity tonight fair with the lows in the lower 60s. Sunday mostly sunny and warmer with the highs in the 80s. Local temperatures 12 noon 71 12 Midnight 56 73 1 . 55 74 2 . 55 77 c . 54 78 4 . 54 69 5 . 55 65 6 . 59 63 7 . 64 60 8 . 69 59 9 . 72 58 10 . 73 57 11 . 75 Sunrise sunday 6 45 St Sunset sunday 7 02 St Sunrise monday 6 46 St Sunset monday a 7 00 St 1 . 2 . 3 . 4 . 5 . 6 . 7 . 8 . 9 . 10 . 11 . Washington a a Bill aimed at stopping the flow of profits from gambling and illegal transactions to foreign Bank accounts has been passed by the Senate. The measure passed on a voice vote Friday now goes to a conference with the House. Sponsors of the legislation said use of secret foreign accounts is costing the . Treasury hundreds of millions of dollars in taxes. The measure is designed to Stop the use of foreign Banks to Deposit gambling profits skimmed from Las vegas nev., casinos funds illegally obtained by racketeers and profits of criminal conspiracies taken abroad by couriers. It would a require Banks and other financial institutions to maintain records of checks and other transactions including the use of microfilming. A require financial institutions and individuals to report to the Treasury department on exports or imports $5,000 or More in currency when the reports would be useful in criminal tax or other proceedings. A authorize Treasury to require financial institutions and individuals to keep records of transactions with foreign Banks. A and extend present penalties on violation of the margin the Borrower As Well As the the Miami Herald reported in today a editions that Nixon told the Chicago editors either the United states or Israel might intervene militarily in Jordan to Aid Hussein. The Herald said Nixon told the editors Protection of . Citizens would provide an excuse for intervention but the real purpose would be to preserve the Hussein regime. No representative of the Herald o r Knight newspapers attended the Chicago briefing a Herald spokesman said. In Moscow the soviet government newspaper Izvestia called on the government of Jordan and the palestinian guerrillas to Quot put a rapid halt to the fratricidal fight to avoid the danger of . Intervention. The newspaper declared Quot the Basic cause of peace and Security in the Middle East requires from the guerrillas however came a defiant reaction in the form of a threat against All americans in the Middle East. News dispatches from Beirut Lebanon reported a statement by the popular front for the liberation of Palestine the organization that hijacked Western jetliners and took Crew members and passengers hostage to the effect that a every american and every american interest Wili be a target if the United states sends troops into Jordan. Collision Friday digesting the news today s headlines in Brief accompanying Anderson will be Malcolm Brighton 32, of Farnham England an aeronautical Engineer and Amateur a former Sterling Man. Bur balloonist with considerably Dette Steadman of Indianapolis More experience. Ind., was instantly killed in a. If they succeed in crossing the head on Auto collision Frida it Beirut Lebanon a Cai support the assault. Atlantic it will be the first time1 night at Monticello. Ind. He to radio reported today that a a a manned balloon has made the was the son of mrs. Helene Hussein has agreed to a Washington apr act trip. The 3.000-mile-plus journey Steadman of 905 e. 2nd St. Proposal from egyptian presi ing a with great reluctance a the also would establish a distance Sterling. Dent Gamal Abdel Nasser for a Nixon administration Hast record for All classes of bal his wife the former Retty cease fire of at least 24 hours in blocked for 60 Days a threatened loons. Darnell daughter of mrs. Mae the jordanian civil War. Mean nationwide rail strike. President the present record of 1.896 Darnell of 707 w. 11th St. While Hussein s army launched Nixon signed an executive order Miles was set by an eight Mani Sterling suffered a fractured Strong attacks against guerrilla creating a five member Board German team flying a a class . Lacerations and bruises strongholds in Northern Jordan to investigate the dispute. 10�?� balloon in 1914. Anderson she is in the Home Hospital a and Brighton will make their at Lafavette. Ind. Washington apr with Washington apr a Bill trip in a smaller Quot class 8�?� bal the Steadmann were on their american forces in the Meriter aimed at stopping the flow of Loon and the record in that Way from Indianapolis to their Ranegan bolstered. President Nix profits from gambling and Ille class said Anderson is just summer Home in Monticello on ept continuous watch today Gal transactions to foreign Bank Over 1,700 Miles. We Hen the Accident occurred. On the crisis in embattled Jor accounts has been passed by the but getting in the record their car was struck by Aneth Dan with american lives and the Senate and now goes to a con Hooks is Only part of the Chaler oar when the Driver lost survival of King Hussein gov Ference with the House Lenge says Anderson a native control of the vehicle. Eminent his primary concern. Out tvs tvs ,. A new yorker who lives with his funeral arrangements Are Washington apr one o wife in Manhattan. Pending. Washington apr israe the nations most outspoken no Quot there Are so few adventures mrs. Helene Steadman a n d minister Golda Meir trite anal critics calling the unit left i wanted to try it a he said daughter miss Marlene Stead inflicted a heavy on Amer de states a Naton of nutrition a i guess that s probably the big Man of Fulton and son in Law ican Hopes for a Middle East Al illiterates has asked the Gest and daughter or. And mrs. Pac settlement telling presi Federal govt Enmen to set up and he has never been to eur Lindell Lange of Morrison left Dent Nixon that there will be no National nourishment standards. This morning for Lafayette ind peace talks until Egypt removes the missiles Israel claims were Detroit apr general implanted along the Suez canal motors corp. Today called in lain violation of the standstill Bor relations chiefs from its Var agreement. Ious divisions As both it and the United Auto workers stalemate new7 York apr Scien led in National bargaining a protective Mission a israeli phantom jets escort an Al Al jetliner As it takes off in Tel Aviv wednesday carrying prime minister mrs. Goldie Meir on a trip to the . Where she was to meet with president Nixon Secretary of state William Rogers and other top . Officials. Strict Security measures were taken to protect mrs. Meir during journey. A wire photo rope. Four City schools to provide temporary probation officers lists reported today promising sought to get local level Neotia experimental work on a new tons moving. Birth control agent which would be used Only once a month when Philadelphia apr a l. E. Ellison Whiteside coun person from each of he schools to states attorney announced Wei f serve As probation o today that following a meet of ppr f _ the f m tha the woman believes she is preg Young Man armed with Dyna ing with officials from Sterling Nant. The research was de mite gasoline and a gun i High. Rock Falls High. H. U. ,scno01 on pm a nation. Scribed As very preliminary. Jacked an Allegheny airlines Jet Challand Junior High and the Euson emphasized that this Rock Falls Junior High school strictly a Quot Stop Gap Quot Situa phenom penh. Cambodia Friday each of the schools i tion until a full time juvenile j a �?1the cambodian military today before it landed in Philadelphia and ordered its passengers off before flying to Cuba. New York apr Rock my has agreed to provide one per probation officer is obtained command plans a big assault to son to serve in the capacity j for the county. Smash through a communist of probation officer until he also stated that he has Strong Point that has stalled the simians across the nation such time As Whiteside county secured volunteers to serve As government s largest offensive mourned the death of guitarist fills that Post position. Probation officers for those of the War there for nearly a Jimi Hendrix. The musician according to Ellison the one not m Stii ool week. Some . Air strikes will died Friday in London

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