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Washington Court House Record Herald (Newspaper) - September 19, 1970, Washington Court House, OhioThe weather i fair Cool tonight. Low in upper 50s. Partly sunny a Little warmer sunday. High in Middle to lower to. Monday partly Cloudy mild with Chance of showers. Washington cd. Record Herald vol. 112�?no. 238 Washington c. H., Ohio saturday september 19, 1970 phone 335-3611 full Assoc Ator pros lesser wire service for state National and world news. The ase dated press in entitled exclusively to use All local news in this newspaper. To pages to cents Auto talks move Senate passes to local level working accords do i hoi i apr general to pm. They went Oil strike at tors corp. Today called in labor Midnight monday. Relations chiefs from its various Divisions As both it and hic unit Oil level bargaining of not Dod Auto workers stalemated in with ulat in Ute National level in Washington a a Bdl. La a a i National bargaining sought to mid july but three Settle a a Quot in i a Grill no jacks Jet foreign Bank account Bill would curb tax evasion through Nixon acts with great reluctance rail strike delayed 6o Days i Tua Iun in rough w As numbered accounts i ii he ng9ro get local level negotiations mov ments have been reached. Taur i. A t. Woodcock and other Union Daw president Leonard. Woodcock says local level work thief so met an inc continued ing agreements which supple Beir nationwide series of meet ment the National wage pack digs with local Law bargaining age must be wrapped up in 155 teams in what they said was an locations before the 344.0001 a a. 1 attempt to emphasize the urgency of the in the past local level strikes a Over such issues As seniority lists parking lot privileges air conditioning and water cooler locations have crippled Auto 1 makers sometime for weeks i after National settlement. There Are 30,000-plus demands on local tables. The pm and the Law National bargaining teams have recessed their sessions until next tuesday. On Friday approximately 365,000 striking and Laid off pm workers Drew their last full weeks pay until the strike ends. Some sources forecast that May be As much As two months away. Union strike benefits done to Cut in until sept. 29, and they will fall far below the pm average hourly wage of $4.02, or $160.80 a week before single worker gets $30, a married worker $35, and one with children $40 a week in strike benefits. Profits from gambling and illegal transactions to foreign Bank. Accounts has been passed by the q of cd Sci la cd strikers return to their jobs at Ohio sued Over prices claim company rules stations Cleveland Ohio a the Standard Oil co. Ohio was the target of a civil suit filed by the . Dept of Justice Friday accusing the firm of fixing prices on gasoline and other products at 104 commission managed service stations. The complaint filed in . District court in Cleveland alleges that since september 1968 Ohio has engaged in a an unlawful combination and conspiracy to set prices in commission managed stations at the same Levels As those in company owned stations. A Ohio spokesman in Cleveland said the suit was apparently to test whether the com Mission manager station operators Are actually company em-1 ploys Ohio contends they it ire. Senate. The measure passed on a Miami Fapio _ a no inline a 3 what to wanted test conference with the House. To Cairo settled for Cuba instead js�tjnt0al a legislation saturday and took an Allegheny its Ribhi Trew tors to taxes 0t muil0nb of do1 the Young Hijacker believed a to to armed with pistol Gaso alaihitzrv8 to 0 ii Quot and dynamite was aboard Heno twi Quot a a on a flight from Deposit gambling to Boston and took Over just before the plane made a scheduled Stop at Philadelphia of 1 International Airport Federal aviation administration offi abroad by couriers. Das said would. a owe j 90 passengers to require Banks and other i Ieve it but kept aboard three Nanc Tal institutions to maintain m by crewmen Stewar-1 records of checks and other is Quot a men listed to transactions including the is cube Faa inspectors or airlines skimmed from Las vegas nev., casinos funds illegally obtained by racketeers and profits criminal conspiracies taken i of microfilming. A require financial ins Titu i personnel the Faa said. The plane sat on a runway for j an hour while it was being re-1 sol scores Washington c. Ii. 0, Chillicothe tons and individuals to report o the Treasury department on i exports or imports $5,000 or ,.the l of John Harkit said More in currency when the re Oyer the radio he talked the i. Ports would be useful in Crimi Jacker t f Caj and d. Nal tax or other proceedings de him Havana in authorize Treasury to read a a Sajdl Bak quire financial and Hief of Ai t a a t Phi a individuals to keep records Delphia transactions with foreign Banks. John Balderama. On of the j my or St hrs a arts sir Simenon Stock loons i. As a a in Yoang the Borrower As Well As the a a j 6 Lender. This provision is de signed to prevent borrowers k a a f f b by obtain in g Ford Loans a a a a Quot a a the dark Clouds Over Texas a Clouds of Black smoke and 250-foot-High flames spread Over a half mile area in Beaumont,tex., As firemen try to contain the conflagration. Officials said lightning struck a Mobil Oil co. Pipeline. . Hikes military Power close to embattled Jordan five member Board named by president Washington apr act ing a with great reluctance a the Nixon administration Baa blocked for 60 Days a threatened nationwide rail strike. President Nixon signed executive orders Friday barring a walkout by four unions against 160 rail lines and creating a five Mem Ber Board to investigate the dispute. Unless Congress enacts emergency legislation the unions will he free to strike if no contract settlement is reached in the next 60 Days. Asst. Secretary of labor William j. Usery a top labor troubleshooter said at the White House he had hoped for a Settle Ament negating the need for the 1 executive orders. It was a with great reluctance a he said that the labor department recommended the president sign the orders. Bul he indicated Only a few Points of major disagreement remain to be resolved after weeks of government sponsored talks. Those issues should be dealt with by the Board he said. said a five member panel negro a grabbed one of the washingt0n a with Moscow and in talks Here with Iraq and Syria and Widen the instead of the usual three Mem. Stewardesses by the neck and i american forces in the Meriter israeli Premier Golda Meir and Middle East struggle. Ber Board was formed a so that Ranegan bolstered president ministration leaders strive to even in the of Suchan equitable settlement May be Nixon kept continuous watch to save it it Ahva far spa it us Conse it Lences officials see no reached at the earliest possible 0 j i a j a Philadelphia. Day on the crisis in embattled a a a Chance for a peace settlement its members Are to be commission j 0 tie. Lion i i secs Law of Hus Etc set rirthittuy.016 to Date <4 pc i m Are owned by i _ Bishop ready 20. Miami Trace Exchange commission author a a hims canvass so a govern Ament his primary Eon 5ures it a a a gdanian conf Quot it. Mrs. Meir said Friday Egypt Bor a a amp to to prohibit . Brokers from stowed under his seat Cern. An element of u. S concern in Tiara israeli negotiations Arena dispute and submit a qom foreign Banks unless the Bank i get St Bat said to Fortes was it bribed officially a in tact i a is Bart sett i at competitive prices determin-1 i Elsbor 40, 0. Closed thei whom f saner Preca Utenart it the r a out hostility to along the Suez canal in allege i and a a a a line it to consist re i d h a t an american 1 with a while plastic bottle taped Nixon decides intervention Ward Israel would Torch israeli violation of the military stand-r0 .�?zmmong,0,w a. A the so called manager stations the company and Are staffed by i 0. Employees of the company who Circleville 13, Teays Valley j accepting securities orders from sell Ohio Petroleum products 16. Hillsboro 40, i Moeller 41 de by the company a the Cincinnati spokesman said. Wilmington 0. Ohio said the company will j Jackson 50, study the government complaint Mcclain 14. But a has no present intention to discontinue such the spokesman said Ohio has about 3,000 retail outlets in Lodi a la. Ohio most of which Are oper a Lam ass cult ated by Independent dealers who set their own prices. The company also owns and oper to it. Greenfield sen. William Proxmire d wis., sponsor of the Bill said a in i deletion of the provision greatly Exon cd go tongs its i weakened the measure. Of passengers ates More than 300 stations including the 104 commission manager stations. To Cut through red lines rain Falls in Southland nearly a week. _ a a limited . Air strikes Al Ity the associated press Rea by were being carried out in showers and thundershowers preliminary attempts to Dis dotted the Southern half of the Jodge an estimated 1,000 North nation Early today and occasion vietnamese troops dug in at the Village of Taing Kauk 47 Miles a1 showers fell in the Pacific Northwest. Cloud covered Quarter of the country. The Cool i Washington apr a search for weapons in the hand Luggage of passengers boarding International flights is under Way at Washington new York phenom penh. Cambodia by South vietnamese air strikes and new 0r,ean5 and we be sex. A the cambodian Mill and then american planes if pan led to 33 major . Air tary command plans a big As-1 needed,.sault to smash through a com parts by next week Monist Strong Point that has for the second cons Cut be the Treasury department stalled the governments largest11 my newsmen were barred i planned to add to airports to the offensive of the War there for from the front lines the first i just today and the rest next time the cambodian command i week a spokesman said. The has kept reporters from any j program is aimed at thwarting Battle area. A spokesman said i hijacking of overseas flights. The order was to prevent Cam a the new program will in Bodian Maneu vers from becom elude instructions to customs in ing known but there was specs j spectres to examine the hand Latten that the . Embassy i baggage of outbound passengers officers at the operations i and the cambodian command an it la appropriate sus it was tool in the Northwest rear Headquarters in Skourn 45 h Napfor. Petted individuals will As it was Over much of the Miles North of phenom penh prs or lpns ? ave Epos searched for instruments of. Ers present if massive amen racy or sabotage a the depart North of phenom penh. Be i mint said. Broker turned balloonist sets transatlantic voyage and Amateur considerably. I recommendations during ii eat intervention which in turn j still agreement the two coun cations. Might trigger intervention by i tries accepted in August. 1 a strike had been called for sept. To but government mediators won agreement from the Union to delay for five Days. There were selective shutdowns in some areas tuesday and wednesday until a Federal court order blocking any strikes took effect. U. S. Dist. Court judge Howard Corcoran said Friday he would leave his order Iii effect until it expires sept. 23. Earlier this week c. L. Dennis president of the brother Hood of railway airline and steamship clerks claimed the Industry negotiators remained Adamant in offering Only a one year 7 per cent wage increase offer. The unions want a 40 per cent or higher increase Over three years. Besides the clerks the unions involved Are the United transportation Union the brotherhood of maintenance of Way employees and the hotel and restaurant employees and bar tenders Union. In Jordan is necessary to Rescue the More than 400 americans in the country. Nixon was reported however prepared if necessary to intervene for other reasons if neighbouring Iraq or Syria enters the civil War Between King Kus-1 seines forces and the palestinian guerrillas or if the country be new York apr Rod an a Lical Engineer comes in danger of falling under Derson a 32-year-old commode balloonist with guerrilla control. Ties broker turned balloonist More experience. The president was keeping figures the Best time to go up is if they succeed in crossing the w atch from his Retreat at Camp when the Market is Down. Atlantic it will be the first time David my. Accompanying him Aims to stay up longer than any a manned balloon has made the were staff aides or. Henry a. One. Trip. The 3,000-mile-plus journey Kissinger and . Haldeman. A Novice in the sport with 30 a so would establish a distance word that american forces in minutes flying time Anderson record for All classes of Bainie Mediterranean were being plans to leave Long Island Sun reinforced came Friday from Day on the Bottom Side of a 10-the Pentagon. The defense de Story balloon bound for England apartment ordered additional or France. Or somewhere ships and planes into the East-1 transatlantic. Pm loons. The present record of 1,896 Miles was set by an eight Man German team flying a a class Ion a balloon in 1914. Anderson Mediterranean. Air Force there Are a thousand other and Brighton will make their a a i n trip in a smaller class 8 bal 24-hour truce slated in Jordan c130 transports capable of Fly Hin l0 hink Aboul a a he. My out refugees or taking in Riis missing a the Woltve of pea it Tiv Loon and the record in that paratroopers were already in where a 0 class said Anderson is just in the area. The details you Don to dwell 0i1 Over 1,700 Miles officials privately expressed it a 1 be ing 111 the decor j Hope Hussein could surmount Anderson will la a is is Only. Pearl of the c1-Ai the crisis Unai Pri the Micro Compa Nying Anderson will Inge says Anderson a native somatic channels to Cairo and s. Alcolm Dighton. 32. Of new yorker who lives with his somatic channels to Cairo and Farnham it England an Aeron wife in Manhattan. A there Are so few adventures left i wanted to try it a he said. A i guess that a probably the biggest and he has never been to Europe. The trip financed privately i a jul a once the cambodians decide to j King Hussein has agreed to a 1 Field marshal Habis Mai Ali a fit pleasant temperatures in the 60s launch their assault additional proposal from egyptian presi Cairo radio said Row Ian a Cai and 70s. However and fair skies air Sun Nort will or Atli Lahip inn Mui. Au0. A Usai egyptian Sadek reported to Nasser that a a liberated expected to emerge at a town 30 Miles North of Ara with Ara Man in the heart of what the was in the planning stages four commandos have vietnamese and i -1�?o Aimo he was received by Hussein ear support will hovered Over some sections. J from South Friday afternoons tempera Cambodia air forces Tores reached into the 80s in rials said they were most of the nation and i he of any massive commitment by j promised to put the cease fire Southern states and the North the . Air Force but added a into effect a was soon As Possi Ern Plains had temperatures in a cat Deal depends on �?oexigen-1 there was no immediate the 90s. It reached into the 80s confirmation from radio am in most of he nation and the sources in South Vietnam said Man or from the radio stations Southern states and the North that because president Nixon i in Baghdad and Damascus that pm Plains had temperatures in wanted to keep a Low profile in i have become the main outlets the 90s. It reached too in a few Cambodia cambodian air pow j for guerrilla communiques places in the Southwest. Or would be used first followed the guerrillas rejected two policemen identified Are beaten northeastern i said today they were not sure can air when the assault against the i North vietnamese would Start j air was expected to move slowly but added Tucy bad been to d by southeastward. The High command that the at nearly one and three fourths is k would be preceded by Mas inches of rain drenched Blythe us so air strikes a first the Ville ark., in a six hour period. c Lebanon a earlier cease fire offers by Jor blvd was cart vice i much of the nation enjoyed i on a Cam Miil a Dee de m i it �?��?ot4jy. A a a a. Bom Sadek s meeting declared a i years. Brighton helped supervise the final stages this sum is a i is sat. B i i sri diffs t sri Sartara a a in re Cire my id mob m my Bdl. By. J. My. A. Milf Quot a a to Quot a a was conferring there with Ger meanwhile. King Hussein a 1 Alestin Jan reinforcements a free re la Leader Yasir Arafat and j army launched heavy artillery were Pplk red streaming into with 4 f00 of navigation other members of the Palestine Jordan rom Syria to pm it a the Viand Radlo not Rumen Sas liberation organization s Cen rids strongholds in Northern Jor ru7hs the Lull of Quot else Quot a i medical it us Umic til Quot packed a Quot Quot 1. Now Ara in Ana Israel Teal committee. Dan As the number of dead and of the Long leu the Rathe men Wil ride in a 1 leld5i so told a lews constr Cairo radio said Sadek cabled wounded soared past 5,000. Pay urine liberation army enc men. We Nae in a Friday they were Given a Husser s acceptance of the the guerrillas claimed in a i crossed tile Border with a j diameter it m0t Iri. Monday night beat cease fire proposal to Nasser Dio broadcasts they had re heavy weapons. Of a fits in and kicked and told they the guerrillas reply presume-1 pulsed the army a main attack. 5th hopeful enters Ohio gubernatorial race the Semi official Cairo news paper Al Abram said at least r to i it 7�?� 5.000 combatants and civilians 5wgoish tag Colon have been killed or wounded thursday v re kiting a Quot a Quot Oarle slated sunday palme i trouble a guerrilla communique Bix a cast by Baghdad and Damascus radio said the army opened the assault at Dawn with should be taken outside Aud shot on the Street. They said that As they were being led outside the Panther Headquarters they jumped from a second floor stairway and ran for their lives. Shortly after the escape to Stockholm apr Cam lice and panthers engaged in a paining in Sweden a National gun Battle which lasted until Lesiak of Parma announced his write in candidacy for the states top executive Post. Member coalition was demo Era tic senatorial hopeful Howard j action Metzenbaum. More abuse through govern later evening an intensive artillery barrage election ended Friday night with mid morning tuesday. Police a loud charged that Gilligan 0,1 the own 01 Ajlouny and Ger a Metzenbaum said tile ought to be designed Lesiak. 40, and a Cost improve William p. Sheehan executive i 7 t ? mint supervisor for an Electri-1 director of the Al Cio and do a Lii of tical firm in Euclid said after spokesman for the workers Collie announcement that he repro Anition. Said it was the first time sent cd no party and that his Eon labor in Cincinnati had banded about one third of the nations elderly and proposed a six Point program to do just that. Mediately available i republicans received the in a somewhat More tradition-1 Proval of the labor group. Ai vein John , demo-1 Metzenbaum in Cleveland critic candidate for governor i meanwhile was calling for Quot a a mounts of Money the elderly May earn while still claiming benefits under Federal programs. Robert raft jr., the cop personal commitment to help Cloud said Gilligan s expert a so resumed its heavy bom can upset the social democrats j Der. Eliminate the threat drugs pose Fence was limited a unless you barn sent of the town of Zara in sundays general election the Howard and Fields said they to our count campaigning for 25 Miles Northeast of Amman chief architect albeit unwilling were beaten both by Black pan but Back in Columbus repro fur fhe third straight Day. Will be the swedish communist j thers and by Blacks outside the Santa lives from both the Cloud tanks and Field artillery Are j party. Panthers Headquarters and Gilligan Camps were prov intensively shelling the town the heated Campaign Center Quot we were beaten with guns ing that they had no experience id guerrilla strongholds there ing on the issues of mounting and pushed around and a in the delicate Art of negotiating i but our forces Are standing their tax Bills squeaky tight Money were jammed in a Corner of a swishy Washy on violence and As talks on scheduling joint Tele-1 ground a the communique said. Of being the Darling of Ultra Vised debates Between the two there was no immediate Bat liberals. Broke Down again perhaps this tie report from the government Cloud told an audience Iii Gu-1 time for Good. I Side. And burgeoning inflation ended with a television debate by leaders of the major contending parties. Some 40-50 people jumping on us punching us kicking us calling us names such As a pigs and so Forth a said Howard

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