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Titusville Herald (Newspaper) - September 19, 1970, Titusville, PennsylvaniaRight for rockets Northwestern Pennsylvania Cloudy and mild today High in 70j fair and mild tonight Low in 50s sunny and warm sunday High about 80 Chance of rain 10per cent today tonight temperatures on Page two serving 24ooo readers daily in Crawford Venango Forest and Warren counties t1tusville a saturday morning september 191970 fifteen cents the Drake Dellun Nixon blocks rail strike 60 Day s Hoss gets sentence of death Pittsburgh a Stan Ley b Hoss or of suburban West Tarentum was formally sentenced Friday to die in the electric chair for the murder of a suburban policeman a year ago Hoss 28 was convicted last March of first degree murder in the slaying of patrolman Joseph Zanella 26 of Verona the jury set the penalty at death earlier this week a panel of Allegheny county judges denied a motion for a new trial filed by hosts attorneys who con tend undue publicity prevented their client from getting a fair trial four sheriffs deputies escorted Hoss to the courtroom Fri Day for the sentencing Hoss v was White faced and gulped the sentence was pronounced when judge Samuel Strauss asked if Hoss had anything to say the convict whispered no sir hosts attorneys said they will file an Appeal of the conviction with the state supreme court the governor must set the Date for hosts execution the 28yearold convicted Slayer also faces charges of Kidnap ing in Maryland where the crime is a capital offence Rie is accused of abducting Linda Peur get of Cumberland and her two year old daughter Lori Mae from a shopping Center parking lot during his flight after the Zanella murder the Peugeot have never been found Butross was driving mrs Peugeot car when he was apprehended last october in Waterloo Iowa three killed in collision Pittsburgh a three persons were killed and a 4 year old girl seriously injured Friday when their car collided with a pickup truck onic Knight Road in suburban North Hills according to police killed were Rosemary Szy Manski 25 of re 2 Wexford her son Gary 6 and her father Joseph pickup in his late 50s pickup was visiting his daughter from his Home in Broadstairs England listed in serious condition at childrens Hospital was another of mrs Szymanskiy children Nicole Ann 4 police said the Driver of the truck Ralph Costa 38 of bad in was treated and released at welfare worker is sentenced Harrisburg a a welfare Case worker was sentenced to five years in prison Friday for pocketing Cash pay ments intended for her clients the Justice department Dis closed the caseworker Esther Smith 42 pleaded guilty to the charges before Philadelphia judge Herbert s Levin and was ordered to make restitution to the state of judge Levin sentenced the caseworker to two concurrent five year terms then placed her on probation until the is paid four Gunnen loot Bank Pittsburgh a fou gunmen robbed a Branch of the Western Pennsylvania National Bank and fled with an undetermined amount of Cash Friday police were searching a wooded area not far from the Bank in the Squirrel Hill Section of the suspects authorities said one of the i bandits wore a Straw hat an other wore a motorcycle helmet a third sported an afro wig and the fourth appeared to be wearing a false Beard they fled in a car that a parked in the Bank lot wiped of f the map Fortaleza Brazil a the governor of Northern Ceara state has wiped the town of co col off the map a Federal to court recommended after discovering the town was an area completely enclosed by a prominent family ranch and had Nom thu mate and Federal financial Al or is the season for politicking in Manhattan Kan for a speech president Nixon is surrounded by students trying to shake his hand in grand rapids Mich vice Spiro t Agrie acknowledges Center applause prior this speech at a Republican fund raising dinner in Minne inn Hubert Humphrey lower begins his drive for election to the us Senate Hes a Democrat raps Ocial quits i Federal policies Washington a a top government open housing offi Cial resigned Friday accusing he Nixon administration of encouraging and perpetuating racial discrimination in housing Robert Raffeldt said he be came very very Lis one year a director of con filiation in the housing Poppr Unity division of the depart ment of housing and Urban development he is leaving year government Post to return o the University of Toledo As i a a professor Rock guitarist 27 found dead London a american pop Star Jimi Hendrix famed or his electric Shock mane of Lair and hip grinding delivery died in London Friday he was 27 a spokesman for a Hospital where the guitarist was dead on arrival said we do not know where or How or Why he died a coroners inquest will be held Hendrix named the worlds top pop musician in 1967 in a poll of British fans he had been sept staying 6 in London since the Nixon administration is not Only indifferent to fair hous ing but is actively opposing it by acts of commission and omis Sion Affeldt told a news a result Oihi policy the Federal government perpetuating racial discrimination in housing employment and education he accused administration officials of sabotaging the depart ments limited conciliation o discrimination complaints an of refusing to withhold federa Aid As he contended is permit Ted by Law from communities that balk at enforcement open housing Affeldt comments appear to reinforce similar complaints recently from private civil right organizations some members o Congress and from the chair Man of the us civil right commission the Rev Theodor m he Burgh try birth control Jakarta Indonesia a about 21000 persons in was Java Are practising birth control under the direction of Loca health inspectors officials announced the Island of Java a an estimated population of 8 million fac finding Board formed to investigate bring peace Washington a Fresi ent Nixon signed executive orders Friday blocking a Ireat ened nationwide rail Trike for 60 Days acting under provisions of the railway labor act Nixon creat d a five member fac finding Ward to look into the dispute Between four unions and some 60 rail lines if settlements Are not arranged at the end of 60 Days he unions would be free to strike unless Congress should snack emergency legislation in he interim we Usery assistant Secre Ary of labor told newsmen at he White House the adminis rat Ipri had hoped to win Union Industry agreements without re sort to emergency procedures my that it was with great re Ustance that the labor department recommended signing of the executive orders the four unions involved rep resent about 400000 rail pm 70 per cent of All Hose employed by the Industry a strike had been set for sept 10 but the government won in on agreement to extend discus Sions for five move Fol owed by a Federal court order tuesday blocking any selective strikes against some of the rail lines involved District judge Howard Cor Conran left enforce an order restraining the unions from striking until pm Edt sept 23 bulletin Philadelphia Allegheny airlines Sci Jet liner is being held on the run Way at Philadelphia International Airport by a Man who says he intends to Hijack it to Havana the Federal aviation Agency said Early saturday u s military forces expanded near Jordan cambodian push nears showdown both sides reinforce Battle troops by John t Wheeler phenom penh Cambodia a both sides moved up reinforcements Friday and the governments 12dayold push to he North appeared headed for a bloody showdown focal Point was a stretch of Highway 6 50 Miles North of Khnom penh where More government forces were sent to reinforce several battalions stalled above Skourn the enemy also was reported building up manpower and sup plies one North vietnamese unit attacked a cambodian orce astride Highway 6 and Hussein units gain ground i f in War with Arab guerrillas Beirut Lebanon a the Royal army of King Hussein apparently gained the upper hand against Arab guerrillas in Jordan on Friday and reports reaching Beirut said casualties in two Days of fighting mounted into the thousands countless civilians were dying in the streets for want of medi Cal Aid these reports said presumably they were caught in crossfire diplomatic Amman the effectively under the control of reports described capita As being the army although there still was fighting and smoke Bil Lowed Over the City the jordanian government radio said 214 guerrillas gave up in Amman during the of them during a period in which Field marshal Habis maj Ali the military governor ordered Roy Alist troops to cease fire to per Mit surrenders at the same time Royal army tanks were reported pounding guerrilla troops in Northern Jor Dan with the jordanian conflict in its second Day the Pentagon in Washington announced it had ordered More planes and ships into the Mediterranean to beef up us forces standing by for possible evacuation of Ameri cans units of the 6th Fleet have been in the Eastern Mediterranean apparently cruising off Lebanon and Syria for the past week about 400 americans Are in Jordan thirty eight of them Are among 54 persons held As Host Ages by marxist guerrillas since last weeks hijackings r precaution Only says Pentagon hit for pollution Harrisburg a illegal trash burning by municipal ties was the target of Antipol Lution efforts of the state on a new front Friday the Justice department announced filing a suit to shut Down operation of a dump in Wayne county at the same time officials said Many other municipally owned sanitary land fill operations Are Violat ing state ant pollution Laws and May be the subject of future action by the states pollution strike Force a Justice department actor nay estimated municipal operations account for nearly half the illegal environmental pollution in Pennsylvania the state charged in a suit filed i Wayne county court that the Borough of Hawley has operated a sanitary Landfill for several years after being denied a state health department per Mit for burning solid wastes the suit charges the burning violates air pollution regulations and poses a Clear and present danger to the health safety and welfare of inhabitants and to the ecology of the area the state asked the court to order a halt in waste disposal at the site and1 to require the municipality to repair damages caused by the operation of the garbage dump a Turtle Story Torquay England a Nigel Hatcher 15 was carrying a Turtle in his hand baggage aboard the British vc10 jetliner hijacked to Jordan by Arab guerrillas he Kep the Turtle alive with Sandwich scraps and when he got Home sold it to a Torqua aquarium where the Turtle of is on display under the name Hijack tilled four government soldiers to counter the enemy build up Allied believed o be american fighter bombers pounded North vietnamese Andviel Cong positions foreign newsmen were barred from the scene of action possibly to prevent them from observing strikes by american jets sources in Saloon maid that bombers were carrying out raids along highway6 in sup port of the stalled cambodian government Force the air strikes were thought to be the Only Way the cambodians could push through to the Village of Taing Kauk 15 Miles North of Skourn on route 6 it was at the Southern Edge of the Village that the govern ments first major offensive of the six Montgold War was halted monday by troops who inflicted heavy casualties on the cambodians her will leaves dimes dogs Pittsburgh a Cen tre county widow who died recently has left the Home for crippled children Here Richer by 12280 dimes and two Pom pm strikers draw last full pay Detroit a approximately 365200 striking and Laid off workers of general motors corp in the United states and Canada Drew their last full weeks pay Friday for what May be a Long Long time a spokesman for the Home said the woman who requested anonymity accumulated the coins in a lard can in her Kitchen arrangements were being made to provide a Home for the dogs Cycle rider killed Morgantown Eva a a 17yearold Pennsylvania youth was killed Friday when the motorcycle on which he was a passenger collided with a tractor trailer on us 119 according to police killed was Mark Mervos of Connellsville Fayette county the Driver of the Cycle escaped injury police reported they like Japan new Delhi a a poll of 1000 Indian adults showed Japan was the most popular for eign country the United states Rah a close second and communist China so unpopular it got a minus score the Indian inst Iii mud Auric me Vuu Iati Ina i tute of Public opinion reported Painter std most of the the paychecks covered work done last week the last Ful week of work before the United Auto workers struck pm at Midnight monday in support of Auto Industry workers is thus the average paycheck contained deductions for taxes Only last Mon Days pay will be forthcoming for the idled next Friday and then after workers re turn to their jobs it will be to weeks before there Pai again since fridays payouts cover the previous not the cur rent week youth sniff s fumes Dies Pittsburgh a 15yearold Pittsburgh Yout died Early Friday As a result o inhaling fumes from an aerosol can of Antiseptic the county Coroner said Joseph Towson of the it Washington Section had been sniffing fllb15 while working at a Bowling Alley with three other youths thurs Day night he collapsed of his Way Home from work and was dead on arrival at a nearby hos Pital authorities said Coroner Cyril Wecht said chemical ingredients from the Antiseptic Spray were found in to sons body tissues in july another 15yearold City youth died from sniffing fumes from a Spray can Ohio rubber layoffs soon Willoughby Ohio a the Ohio rubber co announced a cutback in operations Friday because of the general motors corp strike and said at Leas 100 workers will be Laid off Ohio rubber president John w Painter estimated that the firm could lose As much As million a month in sales if the strike continues pm notified us suppliers earlier this week to Stop All shipments until further notice israeli pm counters wants More us help Nixon urges godhead with peace talks Washington a prime minister Golda Meir meeting with president Nixon and other High us officials was urged Friday to go ahead with Ara israeli peace talks and Recei Aidi after an 80minute Nixon Meir session at the White House press Secretary Ronald l Zie Gler gave few specific details about what he termed very very cordial very Frank and most productive talks about the Seething Middle East crisis the two leaders who talked in Complete privacy for a Quarter hour and met the res of the time with several aides present ranged broadly Over the mid East situation including the Jor Dan fighting and the hijacked airline hostages held there he said i Ziegler declined to get into Rei ports of a new us Aid program for sources de the administration is consid ering a million to Mil lion acknowledged what he described As an on going economic and Supply rela1 Tio ship Between the two coun tries this has been reaffirmed he said the United states has been Selling Jet planes and other weapons to Israel on credit but israels finances Are now in difficulty from the prolonged mid East conflict Washington wants Israel to end its Boycott of the arabis Rae i peace talks called for in sees Nixon israeli prime minister Golda Meir in Washington for her meeting with president Nixon disputes a us state department report which said Israel was guilt of violations in the Middle East cease fire agreement she is requesting Mili tary hardware Der the us ceasefire plan which took effect aug 8 the israelis have been balk ing on the ground that Egypt violated the truce by beefing up its missile strength this situation was a major item in a two hour morning Meetin Between mrs Meir and no decision either Way to intervene by Frank Cormier Washington a the United states disclosed Friday that us sea and air forces close to strife torn Jordan Are being expanded denying any plans for military intervention officials were keeping All options open units of the Atlantic Fleet were dispatched to the Mediterranean to augment the St Fleet already there Pentagon said and additional air Force transport capable of launching paratrooper forays positioned on the of the troubled Middle East at the White House press Secretary Ronald Ziegler said there Ara no decisions one Way or the other about tvs involvement in the area atthe same time he asserted that we would be remiss i top policymakers and their and visors did not draft contingency for any possible Tion said president Nixon of facial spokesman Fer Riaff to battling Between vibe Jordan Ian army and palestinian guerrillas and the continued detention by the guerrillas of More than m hijacked airline hostages Ziegler said Nixon main con Cern is for the safety of Ameri those among the hostages who Are held in Jordan at a location which reported is riot known to american government the press Secretary said Nix on is very conscious of the responsibility which feels must exercise to protect Ameri can citizens around the Globe at the Pentagon spokesman Jerry w Friedheim announced that certain precautionary Steps involving v aircraft and elements of the 6th and Atlantic fleets were being taken should a Secretary of Rogers the state William two arranged meet again in late afternoon to Ward the close of the israeli prime ministers on Day visit also High on the Agenda was the Effort to wire release of the 54 hostages including 38 Ameri cans held by palestinian guerrilla hijackers in Jordan confrontation with Toledo panthers policeman slain in shootout Toledo Ohio White policeman a was shot to death at Pointblank Range Fri Day touching off a six hour gun Battle Between police Edgun men tiring from in and near a Black Panther Headquarters two were wounded and arrested on a Murt Kir Tan build inf alter a or Gai attack Rafto and found and no oat Tyty confiscated two Rifle a Shotgun and a Quantity of am munition a inter search Dis closed a Quantity of dynamite five policemen were injured a few hours before the shootout when a crowd of Blacks went to police Headquarters and demanded release of a prisoner six persons were arrested in that incident gun Battle was the a to mkt this week Between policy Black Mil Tonti a negro youth was killed and urm Blade a Jomidad in cloth with police in new Orleans tuesday after an attempted fire bombing of a grocery store police said new Orleans police had stormed the Black Panther Headquarters earlier tuesday and seven persons were wounded in shooting before the occupants Wera flushed out with tear Toledo patrolman William Ali cation m was shot to doth a it in patrol car near the Toledo Black Panther office Walter Shaw his Nero part nor said a negro Man got out of a car walked to the squad car and announced hey baby Ive got some thing for you he then shot mis Cannon in the head John Melvin Mcclellan 26 Toledo was arrested scene of th3 gun Battle and charged with first degree Mur layoffs Are expected to be at the Willoughby Plant but Painter said the com pants operations in Conneaut Vulte a Stratford Conn also will be affected unsteady deficit Jerusalem a israels foreign Trade deficit for August was million Down 14 per cent from july but jumped 32 per cent for the first eight months of the year to lion the government announced More foreign visitors Taipei a Formosa had 318861 foreign visitors in the first eight months of 1970 an in crease of 332 per cent from Sahill period last year the nationalist chinese tourism coun cil announced sees himself a5 others see gov Lester Maddox shows off a pair of water Buffalo horns in Atlantis and jokingly says some people think i have horns find this must the Way i look to them a Georgia Soldier sent the harm from Vietnam where villagers had sacrificed the animal in i to u s Tervi Osteen who had routed us coat decision be made to evacuate americans front Jordan there Are some 400 americans in Jor Dan including 38 of the airline hostages earlier Chicago Sun times had asserted the United states might be prepared to take an Active military role in the jordanian civil War should Syria and Iraq commit their forces against the King Hussein regime and it appeared the Hus Sein government might fall kiddie to Cereal ads under fire Washington a nutrition critic Robert b Choate saying cereals with Low nutrition Are heavily plugged on prime kiddie time said Friday that television advertising 5s a major source of pseudo utri tonal information Choate in testimony to a pan of the House democratic study group also criticised government agencies for not imposing stricter regulations on advertising Labelling nutritional claims and placement of acts on grocery shelves Federal agencies thought is Lave Public seem to be in bed with tin rations they Are Rof monitoring Chatt one reason Why in advertising so Stow feat said is because of Samd bet a pm and drug the Federal Trad Oisa Mehlha the Fra control of Cutalo Mauriria 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