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Victoria Advocate (Newspaper) - September 19, 1970, Victoria, TexasSrou Iii 40 acc Villa memorial 21 Victoria j Cole 42 Joseph 12 Ganaro 12 Blooming ton 6 Callioni 20 King Osville 0 Refugio Sulou 19 14 Edna Yoakum 14 i 14 i details on pages 123b the Victoria advocate september 1970 18 pages10 cells Meir Hussein army gains upper hand in Jordan serious says talks added american forces impossible meeting held with Washington a pre Mier Golda Meir said after con Ferring with president Nixon Friday that israeli peace talks Wilh Egypt arc impossible until Egypt and Russia Roll Back the missiles thai Israel claims to be illegally placed along the Suez holds conference Premier Golda Moir tells a Washington news conference Friday she found in the president a sincere desire to help Israel in any Way that t h e United Stales also said 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 Adwir photo Washington a the disclosed Friday sea and air forces close to strife torn Jordan Are being while denying any plans forty Meir also old a news positioned in Middle East state police spread says top Law officer Austin a Texas top coeds the local Lime spent All of i there is no Way to separate in is officer said Friday civil Dis last lawful civil disturbance and Lur Bances Are spreading thin the this amount o time is the a civil disturbance resources of the state Inqui Patent of the assignment Otty ils very involves Wilson director m men Lor six months Lhatt bricking the the depart Cal of Public have been devoted to Speir said Swift and positive said in the first six months crime and traffic of 1970 a local of of his Speir told the annual attorney men spent Man hours on generals Law enforcement Onieh Colcon Feruce that in my presidential order halts nationwide rail strike conference that she found in the president a sincere desire to help Israel in any Way that the United states understanding while refusing to be or she said she reached a full involvement in the area Der Standig with Nixon on israels needs for under questioning she charged both Russia and Egypt with not acting in Good Faith when they accepted the ceasefire and military stand still she had been asked for an assessment of their intent in mov ing missiles in the prohibited Cense fir zone and whether Egypt or Russia encouraged the other to violate the standstill both culprits the can g same he asserted on is very conscious of the re c disclosed Friday that we would be remiss if a possibility which he feels he mat sea and air of maps of policymakers and choir admust exercise to protect Ameri visors did not draft citizens around the plans for any possible eventual at the spokesman Jerry Friedheim announced military officials we View it As a serious silk that certain precautionary were keeping All options said president Nixon of Steps involving aircraft and Al Al i i ii it elements of the Goth and Atlantic fleets were being taken should a decision be made to evacuate of Tajdini it Cuiyu Puiq Lucien icon do americans from Jordan there Ami additional air Force he guerrillas of More than some 400 americans in Jor Ransport plane Craft capable hijacked airline Dan including 38 of the airline f launching paratrooper forays Ziegler said Nixon main co hostages were positioned on the fringes Cern is for the safety of Ameri the Chicago Sun 01 Middle can including those among times had asserted the United at the press seethe hostages who Are held in states might be prepared to Ronald Ziegler Jordan at a location he take an Active military role in Mere Are no is not known to the the jordanian civil War should units of the Atlantic Elcel oficial referring to dispatched to the Meriter battling Between the jordanian needs were temp Rancan to augment the 6th free Jarmy and palestinian guerrillas decision be already Pentagon aides and the continued detention by americans from and additional air in rep Iho min Killsc of morn Irwi i action is going to be needed to purge the revolutionaries from our he specifically mentioned the Stintl cols for a democratic Scioly which he said claims members he quoted g Secretary of party b Only interpretation one she is that they did not sign the agreement in Good Faith and wanted to use the ceasefire to build up the missile they had the in Tention of coming into the period of peace the ceasefire to re new the is executive the communist is the ads is the greatest thing that not Only did Egypt agree to the ceasefire and the standstill so did the soviet and c said no who encouraged in Kris Wilom they 8re in her talks with Nixon and other High Meir and received assurances of fur ther backing and economic was urged logo ahead Ara israeli peace talks Washington a a strike had been set for has e Dent signed executive or10 but Uio government won Munfor it today and has already a tors Friday blocking a threat lion agreement o extend discuss needed every expectation ened1 nationwide rail strike onions for five Days move Foli Speir spoke of a magic maj v m mowed by a Federal court worrier Cliine which will Speed messages Mas for a under provisions of Pic tuesday blocking any Soletti Vilall Over the stale to Aid in their placed since Lac Flisler Ikuls npfl1nl Fri Mai of Ihn for rail inn i Tat pc str if if labor Nga Insl some of he against crime and he rec a five member fac lines Jommen did to the Law officers Ozara 10 look to District judge Howard and judges several new in Conran left in Force to help combat restraining the unions from of Oral a striking until ims Edt Juse of wiretapping and Hopes dim j cirs unqualified do nimands for a Rollback of missiles ceasefire see Page 7a h t Are not h us Syria and Iraq commit their the press Secretary said Nix see Page 7a judge rejects Long hair plea Dallas a a Federal judge has refused to order Dallas schools to admit to classes a youth barred because of his Long judge William Taylor denied there quest of mustachioed Stephen for a temporary injunction thursday against enforcement of the school systems Rule that hair must not fall below the shirt Collar or Over the eyes and Southern has missed four weeks of his Junior year already because principal Wayne Pierce refuses to let him attend classes at Woodrow Wilson High school with shoulder length b Taylor agreed Long hair was a right protected by the but added where this right comes in conflict with Oie rights of others to an right of a student to his hair must give Way to the rights of others and to the responsibility of the administrators in the enforcement of a dress code which is not school Nolan Esles Tesla find that excessive dress and hair style Are disruptive and distracting in class and Long hair divides the student body to the Point that there is counts in Switzerland and other William prox sponsor of the said the Senate weak bloody showdown due in cambodian offensive the weather ranged at the end of 60 partly Cloudy and warm a Nevil the five member Board Nixon patterned Afler the Federal Chance of daytime Hun related is most parole rain probability 30 Anels have Ihrck i juries to know the exp e r cent Usery said a larger Board of their sentences with winds s15 score being to consider All Thol Sard to parole expected saturday Oki newsmen on a consolidated Speir also proposed a chem temperatures High in Low 90s so me i in to unless Congress should enact emergency legislation in the in l Lary of la the White House the adminis Industry agreements Wilhour re sort to emergency procedures and that it was with great reluctance that the labor department recommended signing of the executive the four unions involved Repi resent about rail 70 per cent of All those employed by the surveillance through sunday Wilh governments 12dayold push to the North appeared headed for a bloody focal Point was a stretch of that in ical test Law fixing a limit Oil Low in Bend finances Short Las patient Load increases Index Abby air ology in Gorton if Mir sctt Crew word 10a Mihl mtg 108 to Stout de Llori a fitly ago a by Linda Alvo Cylc staff writer the Victoria pro Cal finance committee for the Gulf Bend Center has planned a budget of for some has been gathered so the budget was read by Richard project during a luncheon held at Tho club Milton decl ocl Busy Wilh an approaching 411 occasion Gold Dan becoming known for his skill is an ambulance Driver Glenn Cook prepared or a struggle in pachyderm re Moval Leonard president of the polka and Watt reminding members of the dance saturday at Dacosta Hall with music by Kolacny of Ganado Michael ally Reghl reminding All tars of Uio Danco for retarded children saturday my to 10 at fran Cis episcopal f Victoria country the Childs clinic biennial report stated the program was slightly inhibited by Lack of financial resources for sex Len Sive medical evaluation and medication by the families and were going to have to do a Job of Selling to the com said these unfortunate people can not be presently Lac Center is facing growing amount of patients with Little increase in the number of children handled at Center has in creased from 25h to 402 cases since the mental health menial retardation Conler has had 285 cases since opening in january his the income for Iho Gult Bend Center has increased by 45 per total 1970 expenditures me no uni on the Gulf Bend Center and the communally Colv and Gulf Bend Mhor amounted to k George project said to hoped the agencies supporting the Gulf Hal it is operating on an ongoing Jay cacs to poll Public opinion Victoria Jaycees will to searching for opinions the club has announced that members will to approaching citizens Wilh question Aires in which opinions Are sought on county services and in other areas such As drug Tho Survey will give the organization ideas for Community improvement according to Harold helped unless we Are Here of help Grant said those who wanted to contribute to the Gulf Bend Center memorial fund May do so by sending donations to either the childrens clinic or the Mhar not Only have expenses in but the number of responsibilities has currently the Gulf Bend my or Center provides a Community level service Al lower Rales than it furnishes the mentally with Access to treat ment and counselling White they can a Lull hold Down a t Tho Samo they Are protected from Iho stigma of being removed to an to get Soho cases from slalom hospitals in san Antonio and Agency and some arc Walkin said Hobart social worker for my of for the Mhor clinic also operates a hallway House for those patients returning from slalom institutions who need Aid Page to w Ern ment reinforce stalled above the enemy also was report cd building up manpower and sup one North vietnamese unit attacked a cambodian Force astride Highway 6 am killed four government soldiers to counter the enemy build Allied w a rpm a to be american fighter bombers North vietnamese and Viet Cong foreign newsmen were jarred from the scene of possibly to prevent them Froid observing strikes by american sources in Saigon said pm Nom a b Cambodia de monday by troops who n casual pics on the srey chief of staff of Cambodia armed said the governments i Yuuji a sire Iii 01 Highway 50 Miles North of a or never of phenom where More enemy forces where More gov u j Jav huts forces were sent Loi re he they several battalions w1 solidify Lhoir political and bombers that were fight or carrying oui raids along Highway 6 in sup port of cambodian government the air strikes were thought o be the Only Way the cambodians could push through to the Village of Taing 15 Miles North of Skourn on route it was at the Southern Edge of Tho Village that the govern ments first major offensive o the six Montgold War was Hall enrol Licul ills Al College a final fall semester enrol ment figure of was released Friday by Harold in business manager at Victoria Tho record figure compares to Las Nichols said it a Normal increase for the local Iun Lor see Page 7a casualties reported in thousands Appeal Cut to combatants 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 countless civilians were dying in the streets for want of Modi Cal these reports presumably they were caught in diplomatic reports described the As being effectively under the control of the although there still was fighting and smoke Bil Lowed Over the surrender the jordanian government radio said 214 guerrillas gave up Amman during the of them during a period in which Field marshal Habis the military ordered Alisa troops o cease fire to per Mit at the same Royal army tanks were reported pounding guerrilla strongholds in North Ern with the jordanian conflict in Bill seeks to stifle Cash flow Washington a the Senate passed Friday a Bill aimed at Law violators who hide illegal transactions behind he i co Juilet we secrecy of foreign Bank a Clits second the Pentagon to to announced it had ordered More planes and ships into the Mediterranean to beef up forces standing by for possible evacuation of Ameri urdu of the 6th Fleet have ened u greatly by taking out u of 6tn Alcot have Section involving securities n m Eastern med Terra transactions abroad by apparently cruising off Lebanon and for the past the Section was deleted with the 3528 adoption of an ment by Wallace Ben the vote was Al most entirely on party lines republicans supporting the before passing the measure american hostages about 400 americans Are in thirty eight of them Are among 54 persons held As Host Ages by marxist guerrillas since last weeks left Wing guerrillas who the four airliners last o me Lour All Marc by voice vote and sending it to week said every american in the the the Middle East will become their target if the United states Senate added three extraneous action them this these mass 11 t by Viertl of 1uih our Pic 1 unsolicited credit lion of Palestine said rooms into statement issued by popular front for the libera and credit file inform All three Bills had passed the the foreign Bank secrecy pro visions Are aimed at such things As use of foreign Banks to depos t gambling profits skimmed rom Las funds illegally obtained by rack and profits of criminal see Page 7a no american will be Safe if there is Sec Page 7a chuckle dressing for a said to her husband ill he ready in a go rotate the tires on the or airborne Shotgun riders find daily trips Boring London a he want Lall and to want lean and his eyes we rent icy Blue but he said to was pretty Quick on the draw and he Rode Shotgun out of London bound for t he third trip in three and he leaned against an Eli Joor of a crowded passenger lounge in a Pale yellow shirt and a Grey suit and read his morn ing paper and stubbed out a cig a few feet away stood his Fel Low they did not in the Only thing the women had in common with Hose Western heroes who used o ride All mean into town was hat they didst talk which flight none of Yoor its Boring said uie Man in the yellow shirt who had dark lines under his Muddy Brown you and Vou watch and you your gun is close to hand but you a vent really got itchy i guess ils a it can be each Lime he has travelled in to last few Days he has had logo through process As All the other Passen Gers so As not to give the anti i 0 a Jed 1115 Xouy dds Jacker game there was a up and Down his legs and Arnn quiet smile Between him and the uniformed London Bobby who looked in his overnight bag and ran his hands Over his body and he said softly to the policed Sre Page the Guadalupe common Fly and How it got started Hack 189s is the subject of advocate historian Sidney Weis Lucr in his fun Magazine old v Vou probably never even see but the Man looks out for the consumer in this area in the Welsh to and measures department has n interesting occur gallon i advocate staffer Linda Harsdorff interviews my h me of two fun Magazine cover this weekend fish the o4hcr fun Magazine cover Story eos Icem a f newly chapter of group formed help those in need in Victoria Lor advocate staffer Bruce Palumu 4 i

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