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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - September 10, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaWeather variable cloudiness and warm with Shanca of Shower and thunderstorm tonight Friday partly Cloudy and cooler Low in 00 highs in 80a Washington daily news if you do not got your paper. Dial Mo-1146 Between �<10 and 1 00 of clock and one woj a de Verad to you 1909 few five toes�?Twa5h1ncton7 North Cacouna. Fnu Fodat aft a not int West puzzled guerrillas Cambodia Breaks Jordan battling president ruling out phenom penh siege by John t. Wheeler associated press writer phenom penh Cambodia apr meeting Only Light resistance. A cambodian amphibious Force of some 1.500 men reached Kampong them wednesday night and lifted a three month siege of the provincial capital i Miles North of phenom penh the cambodian command announced a spokesman said that one cambodian Soldier was killed in the lightly contested drive up the stung sen River by a coi urn of boats More than a mile and a half Long the column which included gunboats with Cannon reached the provincial capital after a two Day opera Bon that began on the shores of cambodians huge Lake tone sap the spokesman said. Western military experts were puzzled by the with which the siege was reported broken considering that most of the North vietnamese 20th division is reported still in the immediate area. One source suggested that the North vietnamese might be laying an elaborate trap another theory was that the cambodian Relief Force would withdraw and the North vietnamese could again encircle Kampong Thom without serious Camal ties. The government spokesman stung sen who have been under communist control for months waved and cheered As the amphibious column moved along the River. The column brought in Large Marttin tuft f Sumn lips for hip do it fish Skijus i sur fenders of Kampong Thom and the population. The town has been surrounded Cut off from All land and water communication for three months. The defenders at one Point were so hungry they raided the City a zoo and ate some of the animals. Meanwhile a. Second Force pushing northward to relieve Kampong Thom was reported moving slowly up route 8 from Skourn and still 40 Miles away having covered 10 Miles in three Days. The spokesman said the Advance was slow because the infantrymen were waiting for the engineers to repair blown Bridges and other Breaks in the Highway the operation to relieve Kampong Thom is the biggest government offensive of the month old War in Cambodia involving an estimated 10,000 men including support troops. It is the first time the government has taken the initiative and the purpose is to regain a sizable area of population and food production. By the associated press palestinian guerrillas and jordanian army forces battled through the night in Amman despite appeals for a cease fire from the leaders of both sides guerrillas in the jordanian capital said the fighting entered on the Amman Airport the Jebel Hussein Citadel the Royal palaces and other sections of teas Force against guerrillas air Force in South Vietnam neither the . Nor South vietnamese command reported any major ground fighting however . Headquarters said three army helicopters were shot Down in the Northern part of the country four americans were missing my three1 others were injured in the crashes. The commands weekly summary of casualties said 87 americans were killed in combat last week but 22 of them actually died the week before in a helicopter crash. They had not been included in the summary that week because the bodies had not been identified. Rose High quiet after troubles spraying hearing Charlotte officials heartened by Edward Cody associated press writer Charlotte children in another four grades reported for registration today in the second stage of Charlotte and Mecklenburg county a s staggered school opening under a disputed desegregation plan. The school years beginning remained clouded by threats of a school Boycott by the children of White parents incensed at the court ordered plans provisions for busing thousands of children out of their neighbourhoods to promote desegregation some evidence of the Boycott was apparent wednesday when four Grade Levels held registration and orientation sessions. And the anger of some surfaced. In four telephoned bomb Quot threats reported to police and one incident in which a bus was pelted with eggs and plastered with a no forced busing signs. Police said bomb hoaxes resulted on two evacuations while fruitless searches were made. At two other schools pupils already had been dismissed they said. But despite the problems school officials said they were by the associated press tensions appeared to be easing today in three North Carolina areas which had been troubled hiring the last week by racial friction. In Robeson county about 400 a Timber Illel crib ims a. Day night and decided to end a sit in by pupils at formerly Indian schools. The pupils had been assigned to other schools this year under a Federal desegregation plan. About 500 continued through wednesday to attend their old schools. In voting to end the sit in the delegates to the meeting approved the filing of a Federal suit to redraw school assignment lines. In the Hickory area police reported Only three arrests for curfew violations wednesday night. The night before there had been 39. Several Small fires which police said were intentionally set had been found tuesday and wednesday in Hickory schools. There was no extensive damage. School officials in Greenville reported All was quiet at Rose High school where six pupils had been suspended following a racial disturbance that left four White pupils injured. The lumber meeting at. Prospect High school was called after the Robeson county Board of education issued a statement saying it would have to refuse admission to the Indian children attending schools other than those to which they were assigned. Postponed Raleigh a a hearing scheduled in Wake Superior court today to determine whether a temporary restraining order against a Hyde county Aeri in spraying firm should be made permanent was postponed when attorneys for the firm requested a change of venue a asst. Atty. Gen. Henry t. Rosser handling the Case for the department of water and air resources said the hearing probably would be scheduled sometime next week in Pitt county Superior court Carolina sprayers inc. Of farm vice was placed under a 10-Day restraining order sept. 3 by judge Edward b. Clark of Elizabethtown. The restraining order was sought by George Pickett director of the state department of water and air resources. He met with five Hyde Farmers wednesday and denied their request that the restraining order be lifted. Pickett said he questioned the appropriateness of such action and the legality of his intervention. The Farmers contend that the soybean spraying is the Only feasible method of protecting the crop from army Worms. The pesticides linked with the fish kill Are Dot add Para thion and Sevin. The spraying was done Over 28,090 acres containing numerous canals and drainage ditch houses were destroyed the guerrillas said soldiers in 10 scout cars attacked the head quarters of the popular democratic front a Radical guerrilla organization but that they were repelled and four of the cars were destroyed. The International hotel was hit by Small arms fire and guerrillas and soldiers battled for an adjacent building. No one in the hotel was Hurt but one round knocked out the building s water system. Hooding the lobby. Newsmen on the first floor of the hotel saw plumes of dark smoke Over several Points in the City which is built on seven Hills. Guerrillas in Beirut said fight ing also continued today in the jordanian cities of Irbid and Jarash. North of Amman they said the guerrillas controlled Irbid Jordan s second largest City and were trying to take an army Garrison a few Miles out-4 Side town. Most of the 12,000 iraqi forces stationed in Jordan Are based near Irbid 48 Miles North of the capital. The iraqis have threatened to intervene in the fighting on. The Side of the guerrillas but sources in Beirut said iraqi officers were trying to arrange a cease fire. Gen. Mashour Laditha. The jordanian army chief of staff ordered his forces wednesday to a cease shooting at once or face the severest military Yasir Arafat the chief of the guerrilla command issued a similar order to his commandos and commended a Aditha so a Swift action to bring bloodshed to an immediate but gunfire continued in Amman wednesday and thousands huddled in cellars and other she w1 guerrilla sources charged that officers in Jordan a 40th armoured brigade had rebelled and demanded that maj Gen. Zaid Ben Shaker King Hussein a Cousin be returned to command of the army Hussein relieved Ben Shaker to appease the guerrillas after fighting last june but recently named him Deputy chief of staff. The guerrillas and the army have been battling in Jordan for months. The current fighting began after Hussein accepted the Arab israeli cease fire proposed by the United states a plan the guerrillas opposed even though the jordanian government said it could not Force them to comply with the truce. An attorney for the indians see Charlotte Page 9 see Greenville Page 9 an estimated 2,000 to 3,000 fish generally menhaden spots Bass and croakers were killed. Earth tremor Felt Boone n. C. Apr residents in the Boone area reported feeling a slight trembling of the Earth wednesday night. Police said they got numerous Telephone Calls but no reports of damage. They said most of the reports came from the Boone and West Jefferson area. A t workers strike Hamilton Beach by de Walker or. City editor with picket lines at All entrances outside the Hamilton Beach Plant and Federal and state mediators inside communications workers of America and company officials have failed to reach an agreement on an initial contract one Union official Calls Quot the Basic concept of 9 the strike involves Only hourly wage workers at the Plant. According to Jim Adler a Greensboro representative of the Cwa the company offered an Quot Quot unsatisfactory proposal at five minutes to Midnight last night and 95 out of too workers walked off the in a statement issued this morning by a Hal pickets walking singing demanding of each official the company said a a contract negotiations continued into Early hours this morning with the help of representatives from the Federal and state mediation services. No agreement was reached on several outstanding issues. The negotiations were recessed until mid morning a the strike started at Midnight and while some of the employees struck the great majority of them have continued working and we have All phases of the Plant in operation. A the principal problem encountered has been delayed traffic because of mass picketing at the Plant entrances. This is of course illegal and the company trusts that the Union will recognize its responsibilities in this regard and respect me rights of Ute majority of our employees who wish to approximately 50 pickets were carrying signs heckling incoming traffic singing and walking slowly in circles at each Entrance to the Plant this morning sheriff Jack Harris said be was waiting for a determination on whether or not the pickets t transports set to go m i \ stat a t. Sky Tab the shift in emphasis among Many Nasa officials toward Earth orbiting platforms Points up this artists Conception of a three Man station called sky lab. A Page space base tor the late 1980s is illustrated Here. It would be assembled m mum bit fro , a launched Over a 10-year period tolf initial module would be a 12-Man space station launched in 1978. The Crew would include scientists engineers technicians and mall supplies and new men could be transported via a reusable shuttle. 1978 hijackers orbiting station extend subject of study Eadline by Leif Erickson associated press writer Mountain View Calif. Apr the space station the United states tentatively plans to launch into 10-year Earth orbit in 1978 must provide each of its Crew members a place to be alone and allow them to maintain Telephone communications with their families a design consultant says. A vital element in designing the station must be concern for the morale of the 12 crewmen Manning it for up to six my the at a stretch Raymond Loewy told an International conference on space stations utilization wednesday. The question of whether the Crew should be ail male or male and female has not been studied extensively. Loewy said but he noted that a mixed Crew. Would pose problems that would need serious study More than 450 scientists and engineers including 50 from 12 foreign nations Are attending the two Day conference at Ames research Center called by the National aeronautics and space administration Nasa s purpose is to generate projects for research which a spate station orbiting 250 Miles above the Earth would make possible. Three or four of the Crew will be trained astronauts who will operate the ship the others will be researchers concentrating their attentions on scientific experiments a private Telephone Type communication link will be provided for the Crew to talk with family colleagues and friends a said Loewy Board chairman of the new York firm of Raymond Loewy William Snaith inc. Television from Earth will be available a Man in orbit for months at a time must not be isolated from his family or world of inter ests a Loewy declared he said entry to a crewman a personal quarters must be a by invite amp Uon Only and All that exists within is nobody a business i <42 space Page 9j by the associated press Arab guerrillas today extended until 10 a it saturday their deadline for the release of captive palestinians in Exchange for three hijacked airliners and about 280 hostages held in the jordanian desert. The guerrillas Early today released 21 Arab passengers from a British plane hijacked wednesday and also freed a British girl engaged to one of the Arab passengers. Jordanian army buses took those freed to the intercontinental hotel in Amman. A guerrilla spokesman paid there would be no further Extension of the deadline Beirut Radia reported the hijackers had threatened to blow up at least two of the planes by 10 . Edt wednesday unless seven of their under arrest in Britain. West Germany and Switzerland were released. West Germany and Switzerland agreed to free the six commandos they Are holding but the British govern but Jim Luthell Tum Inird pres writer Washington a it High level Nixon administration officials say privately there is almost no Chance the United Khz a Viii 11 War i a 1 t re 11 a 4 a. V w free airline passengers held hostage by Arab guerrillas. But with new developments almost hourly officials tay the administration is considering every line of approach and closing the door on Nona in an attempt to gain the of toe More than 300 hostages including several americans president Nixon and Secretary of state William p Rogers spent much of their time wednesday discussing the latest series of hijackings the White House announced six air Force ci30 transport carrying medical teams Hava been dispatched to an Allied base in Turkey near the syrian Border and about 70 minutes flying time from the jordanian desert where three hijacked Jeta and the hostages Are being held. The move was described As a precaution in Case the hostages can be removed. White House press Secretary Ronald l Ziegler refused to discuss whether the United. States is moving other military equip Merit or troops nearer the jordanian desert Airstrip the Only forces in the immediate area Are 1,800 marines with the 6th Fleet in the Mediterranean Anda 1,500 Man airborne brigade in Germany a a we re facing a situation brought about by fanatics who Piave obviously no concern for the welfare of innocent people a state department Presa officer Robert j Mccloskey told newsmen. Two of Joti planes held in the desert a pcs and a trans world airline Boeing 707 were hijacked sunday w 1th a total of 323 aboard twa says 125 were released by the guerrillas the third plane a British overseas airways corp vc10 w Ith 1u aboard was Tejae Kedro wednesday guerrillas Are demanding the release of Arab terrorists held in Switzerland. Germany and England and discussions Are to ing carried on through the in ter National red Cross the red Cross announced the 10 . Edt wednesday deadline for freeing Quot the captured guerrillas had been extended by thie terrorist organization. There Quot was Quot no elaboration. Nixon met with key diplomatic military and Security advisers to discuss All sides of the hijackings. Ziegler said. The Federal aviation administration state department department of transportation and civil aeronautics Board sent represent divest another meet ing Vith officials of the airline Industry. See passengers Page 9i _ foil owing the Lauer meetings Najeeb Halaby chairman of pan american airways and a former Faa chief told news men one Way to deter hijackings might be to use armed Federal guards aboard International flights a Survey reveals by climates still on food shelves were a a their rights As Long As they kept moving. He said no one had been arrested. One woman and a car bumped into each other at the morning shift change Adler said that the Basic disagreement from the unions Point of View is that Quot the company fails to recognize Basic Union demands. They fail see strike Page 9 by g. David Wallace associated press writer Washington a prod nets containing by climates the artificial sweetener banned by. The government As a possible source of cancer still Dot the shelves of the nations food stores one week after they were supposed to be cleared off. A an associated press Survey of supermarkets neighbourhood stores and health food stores in eight cities across the country turned in products containing by climates in 21 of the 36 stores checked. Most managers of the stores said the presence of the products banned As of sept. 1, was an oversight. Others said they misunderstood the food and drug administration order or were leaving the products on the shelves until the distributor could pick them up the Cycle mate Bear ing products found included canned Macaroni with beef in. Tomato sauce fruit drink imitation Maple syrup Gelatin pudding fruit and nut chocolate bars Jelly pie filling and canned peaches apricots pears and fruit cock ton two Large suburban super made no Field checks a week after the by climate ban took of markets a neighbourhood store a feet. He said a Check would and a health food store were checked in each City except , where eight store were surveyed government and Indus try off i probably be made later although Fra officials stressed they Are relying on the voluntary compliance of the food Industry for withdrawal. ,.,is who of word i of no a Ilmi Aap Tail. The Quantity of such foods in each slide ranged from one Cap of fruit and a Small bottle of Orange soda in a Boston Chain supermarket to an estimated 16 dozen cans of fruit in a downtown Washington Chain store. The Survey was taken tuesday in Boston new York Kansas City Chicago Phoenix los Angeles Seattle and washing same Day As the Survey but before the results were tabulated expressed satisfaction that the withdrawal was orderly and effective Quot our information is the Indus try is taking it off the Market a said Sam d. Fine Fra associate commissioner for compliance. A this is based on the complaints we re getting from diabetics who say they can to get their diet Fine said Fra inspectors had and Safeway said they received no formal notification of the ban from Fra but had told their division Heads to see the foods were cleared an a amp a spokes tan described toe withdrawal As apparently orderly and a Safeway spokesman said a was our stores Are Loo per cent clean of by climates As of sept. L. Of the eight stores checked in see by climates Page 9
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