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Record-Eagle (Newspaper) - September 19, 1970, Traverse City, Michigan
Daily average paid circulation 12 month Endina March 31, 1970 Abc audited traverse City record Eagle Northern Michigan s greatest daily the weather fair and warmer detailed information Page 2 Tii of in Michigan u p i full leased wire service Twenty pages traverse City Michigan saturday september 19, 1970 seventy fourth year-24623 Price ten cents Jordan strongman gives guerrillas ultimatum prospects appear dim for resuming Mideast peace talks at in Washington up on the contrary she said peels for resumption of the egyptian violations Are Mideast peace talks under Una linking but she would mediator Gunnar v. Jarring not go into detail. Appeared dim today following on the future of the cease Neelings Between israeli prime she said noting that minister Golda Meir and the israeli soldiers were not being highest officials of the Nixon killed if Egypt Falls in love administration. With the cease fire then peace there did however seem to will be no be a realistic possibility that president Nixon apparently the 90-Day cease fire in the did not try to persuade mrs. Middle East which began aug. Meir to soften her position on 7 might be prolonged into the peace talks with assurances of fall and Winter. I future arms supplies and these possibilities emerged economic assistance. Friday in a press conference jordanian concern held by mrs. Meir alter she met president Nixon at thei meanwhile administration of White House and talked to Secretary of state William p. Rogers at the state depart ment. Facials remained extremely concerned Over the civil War in Jordan and the unknown Fate of the airline passengers who the prime minister made it continue to be held hostage Clear Israel would not return to the defense department Dis the new York in talks until closed that the 6th Fleet in the Egypt pulled Back the missiles1 Eastern Mediterranean was which have been reportedly being augmented by several moved into the standstill zone ships including the helicopter along the Suez canal in Carrier Guam violation of the cease fire the state department Indi arrangements. Mrs. Meir said rated the movements were no amount of arms shipments j connected with the possible from the United states could evacuation of americans from persuade Israel to Overlook the Jordan. But department spokes reported violations. Man Robert j. Mccroskey Nixon not pressing studiously left open the possibility that the United states irrespective of the need for it intervene directly on the arms Israel has no intention of Gide of k Hussell officials participating in any talks until h went to Dains to a surrender or be shot he warns the situation is mrs. Mir said. She said the United states however went to pains to say the United states was not actively preparing an intervene b52 s Pound reds around support base forces besieging o Reilly target of big raid Saigon up flying b52 bombers dumped More than a half million pounds of explosives on communist troops besieging fire base o Reilly in South Vietnam s Northwest Cor Ner military spokesmen said today. They. Said two Waves of the eight engined jets flew so High they could not be heard by the North vietnamese regulars by United press International j jordanian military governor marshal Habes Almajali today gave palestinian guerrillas battling army troops in his country a two and one half hour ultimatum to surrender or be shot Amman radio said. The radio broadcast a state ment by maj Ali at . Which said this is the last warning to the broadcast came after Cairo radio reported King Hussein of Jordan had prom ised the egyptian government he would announce an imme Diate cease fire in the civil War. i it was not immediately Clear surrounding the base and whether the ultimatum actually i dropped at least 270 tons of 500 was a cease fire. And 750-Pound bombs Over the Amman radio said earlier Jungles within four and a half army troops controlled most of Miles of o Reilly s barbed wire the capital i1 perimeter Friday night and Mission to Mediterranean Navy list s Suffolk county and York county steam while they sit at dockside Friday after being loaded at Morehead City ., with Mih _ tary vehicles and marines. The two ships Are reportedly part of a Mission to the Mediterranean. Up telephoto 91 passengers released a flip Convoy was seeking rectification by taking the Issue up with Egypt and the soviet Union but she offered no Hope that any pullback a would be forthcoming. Lion. Armed Hijacker forces Jet to Fly him to Cuba Lovely Over the weekend this May become one of september s finest weekends. There was a bit of fog and Haze this morning before the Sun burned it off but the Weatherman says there is Only Clear sailing ahead wealth cruise today and to Morrow. He predicts fair skies and warmer temperatures tonight and sunday with readings ranging from a Low in the 50 s to a High near 80. There s a Chance of show ers monday but it will re main warm enjoy the weekend it is summer s last one. Pool Benefit dinner Here to beef up six Fri Fleet Morehead City Last ship in a Convoy that will beef up american forces in the Meriter Philadelphia Ranegan pulled out of port Here Hijacker carrying a pistol and a Early today. Home made bomb forced the a spokesman at the port Crew of an Allegheny airlines control said the Ussel paso a 727 Jet to Fly him to Cuba Early cargo and troop Carrier left today after releasing 91 Passen port about ., to join up Gers unharmed. Nixon delays rail walkout for Washington up pres ident Nixon heeding a labor up a Philadelphia International air department warning that a port where the passengers nationwide Railroad strike was 100 Ooin it the world annual traverse i with the remainder of the a stewardess managed to Worl Annua kiwanis glut Convoy the helicopter Carrier Smuggie a gun aboard the plane f Rands from noon until 6 . Proceeds will go to the Paul easling memorial swimming Pool now under construction at the grand traverse civic Center. The Benefit raised about for the Public Pool last year. The menu will include Ham with glazed Cherry or Raisin sauce Turkey with dressing 21 different salads and Many other foods. General chairman of the event is Robert Fawcett with More than 100 Kiwan ians serv ing on committees. The dinner is open Public. To the Guam and two smaller ships during a refuelling Stop. The Hijacker a Young Black Camp Lejeune were to join the 6th Fleet in the Mediterranean to standby in Case the u. S. Government decided to Eva Cuate civilians from Jordan. Most of the marines boarded the Guam a. Converted world War ii which stood at Anchor about two Miles out in the Atlantic Friday afternoon. The Guam dropped Anchor to wait for the Elpaso and two lists the Suffolk county and the York county. Marines and sailors worked through the night and into the Early morning hours loading the ships with heavy equipment including trucks jeeps radio equipment and other materials. Man pulled a gun on 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 the official Cairo radio said Hussein made the pledge of a cease fire to it. Gen. Moharem Sadek egyptian president Gamal Abdel Nasser s special envoy to Jordan. Earlier the Semi official mid dle East news Agency Mena said Sadek notified Nasser of the King s bid to end the heavy fighting which has torn across the country for three Days. Several previously announced cease fires Between the two sides have failed some within i hours. Jordanian troops used artillery and tanks against the rifles and mortars wielded by the commandos in a bid to score a Quick knockout blow against the guerrillas. The commandos said fighting spread to Ajlouny and Zerka 31. And 12 Miles North of Amman respectively. In Beirut or. Pierre Bois Early today. But Only four f100 super Sabre and f4 phantom jets were flown near the base in the 24 hour period ending at 6 Today the spokesmen reported. An element of the South vietnamese 1st infantry Divi Sion operating about we Miles Southeast of of Reilly took about 100 rounds of 82mm mortar fire Friday morning but no casual ties were reported. Were freed. Authorities said it landed in Havana at During the Stopover a stewardess one of eight Crew men aboard handed a note to a policeman asking could you pass me a stewardess handed gun a City policeman it. Robert h. Baker said he hoisted another officer on his shoulders and he handed a .38 Caliper service revolver to the Stewar Dess through a Back door of the the blonde Stewar plane. He said Confer on minister Golda Mideast israeli prime Meir confers with. President Nixon at the White House Friday afternoon on the deteriorating situation in the Middle East. Up telephoto rap Kelley for service charge suit Lansing Michi Gan retailers association said Friday attorney general Frank j. Kelley s lawsuit against four major retail chains for alleged illegal service charge practices caused unwarranted harm to the entire Industry. The Michigan retailers association cooperated with the Michigan legislature in the Pas-1 Sage of the present j said Richard 0. Cook vice pres Ideal of the association. The matter of methods of computation of charges was fully Dis cussed at that time and it was the judgment of the Michigan legislature that the manner of calculation be left to the retail ers extending the Cook said the association saw no reason for Kelley to single out any one method of extend ing credit for direct i in our opinion the attorney general is incorrect in his inter Bretalion and has caused in i warranted harm to the entire retail he said. Suits seeking injunctions were filed by Kelley earlier this week against Sears Roebuck and co., Montgomery Ward and co., f. W. Woolworth and co. And Winkelman stores inc. The suit alleged the four firms violated the state retail instalment sales act by computing service charge interest payments on previous monthly balances rather than actual amount owed. Dess very pretty and very nervy 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 inevitable and imminent has stepped into the dispute to Sceppe Riiho me i Spius in delay any such walkout for at i nine. Doctors and nurses and j no clip Ulusc the International red special representative said a red Cross plane with nine sier Cross in Cambodia Lions of fresh through Friday several Batta troops broke to a beleaguered task Force trapped for five Days 49 Miles North of phenom penh when communist units blew up four Bridges behind it. In South Vietnam s Southern most Xuyen province govern ment 21st infantry division troops completed a 17-Day Campaign Friday during which they killed troops took and captured two Crew served and 35 individual weapons 198 communist in 109 deserters least 60 Days. But Nixon s action did not affect a second Railroad dispute which still carries the threat of a strike next week. The president Friday invoked his Powers under the railway labor act to appoint a Board to investigate a wage contract dispute Between four unions and the nation s railroads. Neotia in this Case broke Down earlier this week and the four unions declared a selective strike against three railroads. A Federal court ordered an end the walkout but it was about 24 hours before service could be restored to Normal on the three lines where an estimated rail workers left their jobs despite the court seven tons of medical supplies spokesmen said. Would arrive from Nicosia and attempt today. To land in Amman what s inside weather Page 2 Horoscope Page 5 comics Page 6 radio and to log Page 8 Calendar of events Page 10 theatre Calendar Page 10 Ann Landers Page 10 society pages 10-11 Heloise Page 11 sports pages 12-14 South vietnamese casualties were five dead and 23 wounded they said. Sixteen Miles Southwest of the o Reilly artillery base helicopter borne american paratrooper s killed 18 communist soldiers in the pre Dawn hours today. Cost of litter Boston up Massachusetts spent for litter cleanup and rubbish on the state s highways in 1969, the state department of Public works reported. F l Quong of passengers Abo Ard the Fly it said the hi1acker refused a drink after i Takeoff from Pittsburgh and went la the Roora. He returned with a gun. Ross said. T w Reagan s re election j urged by . Times los Angeles lip the i los Angeles times today endorsed gov. Ronald Reagan for re election despite our acknowledged disagreements with the governor. In an editorial in the sunday edition the times said the times has assessed the govern mental performances in office of the two nominees for this High Post Republican Reagan and Democrat Jess Unruh. We have considered their political philosophies and their campaigns to Hardin won t quit Washington up government sources today discounted a newsletter report that agriculture Secretary Clifford m. Hardin might resign soon to become head of Purdue University in Lafayette ind. One sources said Hardin had made it Plain earlier he did not want to be considered for the Purdue Post. Issue of whether firemen Aie needed on diesel locomotives. In this dispute the president has exhausted his emergency j Powers. I the United transportation Union has said it will feel free to strike any time after sept. 23 if no settlement is reached. The Only course left open to the president would be to ask Congress to impose a Settle ment. Under the action Nixon took Friday the emergency Board will have 30 Days to investigate the dispute and report its findings to the president. The second 30 Days will then be set aside for negotiations bulletin Cairo up King Hussein of Jordan ordered his troops to cease fire at 6 p. M. Today noon not the egyptian Middle East news Agency reported. Today s chuckle wife dressing for a party said to her husband ill be ready in a minute dear. Go rotate the tires on the car or retiring commander honoured cmdr. Gary s. Morgan left of traverse City receives a handsome ceremonial sword from his command upon his retirement As commandant of the local . Coast guard Reserve unit. Making the presentation for the unit is add Robert Ander sen. Morgan concludes a career dating Back to 1942, when he was commissioned As an Ensign in the coast guard Dur ing world War ii. He served overseas during the War was released to inactive duty in late 1945, then in 1961 was asked to organize the aviation support unit for the traverse City coast guard air station. He is the Holder of a number of citations and medals for service in both War and peace time. It. Cmdr. Roger p. Vance executive officer of the traverse City Reserve unit since 1963, assumes command of the organization. Vance has served As a coast guard Reserve instructor for eight years during a career dating Back to 1956, and presently he is studying for a doctor of philosophy degree at the University of Michigan photo Cederstrom
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