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Post-Standard, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1970, Syracuse, New York Metropolitan final the Post Standard weather partly Denudy and Mottl ounce of null per cent. Hlub today to Lew year vol. No. 4 n. September 1970 10 cents or who action averts i i i m rail strike for 60 Days Congress eyes Aid for insured hit by violence associated press wire Ohota riot equipped officers wait outside a Black Panther Headquarters after a six hour gun Battle Between police and snipers Friday in Ohio. Point Blank shot kills Sparks gun Battle Ohio White policeman was shot to death at Point Blank Range Fri touching off a six hour gun Battle Between police and gun men firing from in and near a police and Black militants. 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 police said. New Orleans police hat Black Panther Headquarters. Two persons were wounded and one arrested on a the Bisck Headquarters earlier tuesday a wire How Albert Miscannon slain patrolman charge. Police searched the Headquarters building after a gunfire and tear Gas attack and found no one. They confiscated two rifles a Shotgun and a qua thy of am munition. A later search Dis closed a Quantity of dynamite. Five policemen were injured few hours before the shootout theh 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 Clearing forecast periods of Sunshine and mild the High in the upper Are forecast for today by the . Weather Bureau. Tonight will be fair and the Low near chances of rain is 10 per cent. Winds will be from the North inside today 3 21 13 7 4 8-9 4 3 Church news comics. Crossword Puzzle death record. Editorials makes and business morning s mail. Prize Puzzle. Puzzle quiz. 3 radio and to 5 sports 11-12-13 Syracuse news 18 youth Page 22 Heaters. 9 women s world. 10 columns Jack Anderson 4 Bridge. 10 William f. Buckley. 4 dear Abby 10 Dixon Horoscope 10 House of the week 7 by Gardner 5 Jenkin Lloyd Jones. 5 Lyons Den. 5 Dorothy newer. 8 Virginia Payette. 4 strength for the Day 3 Tell me Why. 22 or. Van Dellen. 10 West at less than 12 Miles an hour. Tomorrow s Outlook is for sunny and Wanner temperatures. Yesterday s High of 63 de Grees was 28 below the re reached in while the Low of 56 was 18 degrees above the record set in 1943. The mean yesterday was 60 7 above the mean last year and 2 degrees below Normal. The Sun will set at of . Today and Rise at . Tomorrow. Vehicular lamps must be lighted by . Today. News digest Black Panther Lonnie my Lucas is sentenced to 12-15 years on murder conspiracy charge in death of alleged police informer. Page 2 Rock and blues guitarist Jimi idol of Dies in Hospital of what police Call drug overdose. Page 2 and seven persons were wounded to shooting before the occupants were flushed out with tear Toledo patrolman William was shot to death As he sat in his patrol car near the Toledo Black Panther office. His negro part said a negro Man got out of a walked to the squad car and announced i be gel some thing for he then shot Miscannon in the head. Police said sniper shooting from nearby Panther Headquarters began about the same John Melvin was arrested near the scene of the gun Battle and charged with first degree Mur Der. Police said Mcclellan was unarmed when arrested two blocks from the spot where mis Cannon was shot. Officers comb Tig the area later in the Day found a .38-caliber pistol m the grass near where Mcclellan was arrested. They said it con tamed two spent shells and four rounds of live ammunition. Police chief Anthony Bosch said Mcclellan was free on Bond from a charge of possessing filed last month. Police said he had served three years m a state reformatory on an armed robbery conviction. Police said Mcclellan told of being in the Panther Headquarters thursday night when plans were made to seek the release of the prisoner at police head quarters. Officers would not comment on other parts of his statement. Police had surrounded the Panther an inner City Block of Small Busi men and cars and brought up floodlights to assist hem. On Page col. The Post Standard Bureau Washington new York state schools which have had or Are threatened with cancel lation of insurance covering burglary and malicious mischief May be Given Relief by Congress. Both the Senate and the House have legislation in the hoppers which would alleviate Many of new York s prob lems As outlined in a recent report by Luther f. Bliven of the Post Standard. Many Bliven report have had insurance can celeb because of riots and demonstrations. There s a fair Chance the present Congress will include in the housing and Urban development act of 1970 provi Sions for direct Federal writ ing of essential property in including crime insure by the department of housing and Urban develop ment the House approved Friday by the House banking and currency committee in executive would pro vide direct Hud insurance if rates in the private insurance Market exceed 175 per cent of the manual rate. The Federal Premium would be 175 per cent of the manual or and coverage would be limited to for single family and million for manufacturing or commercial including schools. A committee aide expressed limited optimism that the legislation would be passed this session. Perhaps can make it if we Don t run out of he said. He referred to reports that House and Senate leaders Are attempting to adjourn next month to get to the elec Tion hustings. He noted that so far proponents of the legislation have the insurance lobby in getting the Bill to the Point of unanimous approval by the banking and currency committee. He said this was no mean feat when it is considered that last year Only three members could be mustered to vote for similar legis lation. Rep. James m. Hanley of a member of the sponsored sections of the re insurance title. On Page col. Associated press wire Boto president Nixon and israeli Premier Golda Meir pose Friday beneath a portrait of George washing ton before beginning discussions on More . Sup port for Israel and the possibility of beginning Active peace talks with the Arab nations. Golda bars peace talk before missile Rollback Washington pre Mier Golda Meir said after con Ferring with president Nixon Friday that israeli peace talks with Egypt Are impossible until Egypt and Russia Roll Back the missiles that Israel claims to be illegally placed along the Suez canal. Mrs. Meir also told a news conference that she found in the president sincere desire to help Israel in any Way that the United states Syria reported arming Jordan guerrilla fight by United press International Syria was reported Friday followers in a message Broad cast by Damascus radio Friday night to be moving armaments night to continue fighting into Jordan to Supply palestinian guerrillas fighting the jordanian army in the second Day of a civil War. The Leader of the palestinian because is diplomatic and other reports broadcast by radio from Amman said fierce fighting continued for the second resistance Yasser consecutive Day Friday in the told his guerrilla jordanian capital and else Clear Niarchos in wife s death Athens greek multimillionaire Stavros Niarchos was cleared Friday of wrong doing in the death of his but a Public prosecutor said be would Appeal the ruling of a Ower magistrate s court. Prosecutor Constantine Tafou is has been pressing for Niar chos convinced that refuse Campus patrol Buffalo Campus demanding the right to about a cutting incident earlier not enough to link buy silence St. Louis faculty1 members weary of loud Stu Sec at Maramec Community College were Given an Opportunity Day to buy some Relief. By inserting a Quarter and punching Al or they Pur chased 10 minutes of silent time on the Jukebox in the school s Busy cafeteria. Philadelphia a Young Man who said he car ried an explosive hijacked a Boeing 727 10 Cuba saturday shortly after the plane landed at Philadelphia intent Hal Airport. Allegheny at team said the Plasburg Leo Brwn flight took eff str Havana Wei a three Man Craw and four Steward we at after the passe Fen bad been let eff. The plane was refuelled at carry remained m their Headquarters at the state University at Buffalo and refused to patrol the they would report for duty sat urday at rotary Field for the gang with Toledo. Patrolmen John Battle and while questioning four men private Aegean Island last May 4. An autopsy report said she died from an overdose of barbiturates. They Wert married in 1947. She was his third wife. The panel of judges of the magistrate s court studying the Niarchos file ruled there was in the Day on the Edge of the Campus. Grounds. The bulk of the 43-Man Force stopped parroting the Campus night after two of their fellow armed with nightsticks and chemical were slashed Wim knives. Men feel that under the present chos. Be Chambrun claimed in the police scheduled a Friday conditions their lives Are in Paris on aug. 22 that was night meeting to decide whether Ardy if they set foot on Cam no new element in the Case to tack. Bom were charged with first degree assault. Patrolman William Robert son vice president of the he police said Orden from where the mate univer greek fire Lytten is Donald Jaeger Wen hashed ban them from carrying fire with Turivas to undid evening arms. Evidence in hand proved that Syria one traveler said. And Iraq have both the 61-Yearold shipping giant guerrillas on the Al had contributed to the death of his 42-year-old wife Eugenia. Mrs. Member of a wealthy shipping family from died on her husband s Niarchos with his wife s death. An autopsy report noted that while the patrolmen were be there were bruises on her neck treated at a their and Chest War hos testified fellow officers caught two Meir that he inflicted the blows on Bis accused of taking part in the at wife after he found her in a coma and attempted to revive her. Fafoutis was accused by Rene de one of Niarchos Campus police of Niar justify Fafoutis insistence and Are facing a real in rendering its the get where in Northern Jordan. Casualties were both sides to reported be in the including civilians As Well As guerrillas and soldiers. The reports of arms supplies to the guerrillas from Syria mime from travellers arrived Friday night in Leba non from the Jordan town of Amman on the syrian Border. They said six trucks loaded with machine rifles and ammunition arrived in Maratha from Syria Early Friday. The arms were distributed to guerrillas who occupy the they said. Looked like syrian while refusing to be she said she readied a full understanding with Nixon on is Rael s needs for assistance. Under questioning she charged both Russia and Egypt sept 23. Hell 5 for study of dispute Washington presi Dent Nixon signed executive or Ders Friday blocking a threat eyed nationwide rail w. 60 Days. Acting under provisions of the railway labor Nixon created a five member finding Board to look into the dispute Between Jour unions and some rail lines. If settlements Are not arranged at the end of 60 the unions would be free to strike unless Congress enact emergency legislation in the interim. To. Assistant Secre tary of told newsmen at the White House the administration had hoped to win Union Industry agreements without re sort to emergency procedures and that it was great re that the labor department recommended signing of the executive orders. The four unions involved rep resent about rail employees about 70 per cent of All those employed by the Industry. A strike had been set for sept 10 but the government won Union agreement to discus Sions for five move Fol Lowed by a Federal court order tuesday blocking any selective strikes against some of the rail lines involved. District judge Howard Cor Conran left in Force an order restraining the unions from striking until . With not acting in Good Faith when they accepted the . Cease fire and military stand still proposals. She had been asked for an assessment of their intent in mov ing missiles in cease fire zone the prohibited and whether Egypt or Russia encouraged the other to violate the standstill agreement. Only interpretation one can she that by they did not sign the agreement in Good Faith and wanted to use the cease fire to build up the missile system. They had the in Tention of coming into the period of peace to re who new the War. Only did Egypt agree to the cease fire and the standstill 50 Miles North of but so did the soviet Union. And no matter who encouraged whom they Are both in her talks with Nixon and other High . Mrs. Meir was urged to go ahead with Arab israeli peace talks and received assurances of fur ther . Backing and economic Aid. The five member Board Nixon created is unusual. Most such panels have three members. Usery said a larger Board was being to consider All the disputes on a consolidated that an equitable settlement May be reached at the earliest possible under the rail labor the members will named report find Ings to Nixon within 30 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 airline and steamship the United transportation in the brotherhood of maintenance of Way employees and the hotel and restaurant employees and bartenders Union. All Are affiliated with the Al Cio. M on 2 col 11 l01. Story on Page 71 pledged support to the guerrillas m the Jordan War. The Synan government s Damascus radio has been turned Over to the guerrillas for orders and and Arafat used it Friday night to urge the palestinians to continue fight ing. Be for Victory is Arafat said. Hail your and we Are proud of your threaten to kill All americans in Mideast Lebanon Jack rings to Jordan. The palestinian guerillas who hijacked four airliners to the Middle East declared Friday every of them Are americans. In a reference to troop move the front statement is evidence that Arneri 4. .14 the Middle can imperialism is preparing to a communications and will become then target if land forces Tor the purpose of United states sends troops accomplishing whal their agents on Page col. Children s letters Eood into Jordan. M Jordan failed to a statement from the popular it warned wih front for the liberation of have to Retreat once we turn the Palestine american and every american interest will be a tar get. American will be sate if there is a . Military intervention Lwe have shown the world that we can carry out our asked if the front would the Hijack a spokes Man Only the Host Ages hut All the popular front still holds from three area into a and roast every agent and the pulp said it was a twi. Dent it could strike effectively at . Interests throughout the Arab world and would the backing of the Arab masses. The references to . Inter ests in the statement apparently meant the holdings american Oil some of which have already been hit by Tinlan in . Ajr and corporations have Ufa. Stantial interest i in the am

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