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Waukesha Freeman (Newspaper) - September 19, 1970, Waukesha, Wisconsin Surrender ultimatum casts gloom Jordan cease fire Effort seems stymied Beirut Lebanon apr Field marshal Habi. Manalio Jordan ordered All his forces to cease fire against palestinian guerrillas saturday. His order was for a shooting halt at 6 .�?12 noon. A Beirut Lebanon apr radio Cairo said King Hussein agreed today to an egyptian proposal for a 24-hour cease fire in Jordan but a surrender ultimatum from the jordanian military government to palestinian guerrillas seemed to indicate the Effort had collapsed. Guerrilla spokesmen in Beirut said before the ultimatum that there was virtually no change of acceptance of the egyptian proposal by the guerrilla leadership. Fighting in Jordan was reported raging for the third straight Day. Egypt a Middle East news Agency said the cease fire proposal was sent to Hussein Nasser. By president Gamal Abdel it quoted Nasser As telling Hussein through an emissary that a cease fire for at least 24 hours could a prevent the International plot which is evident in suspicious movements of the american 6th Fleet in the Mediterranean it also quoted the president As saying a an immediate cease fire is necessary because our inform ration about casualties is a Cairo newspaper had reported earlier that the number of persons killed or wounded in Jordan had soared past 5,000. Radio Amman broadcast the surrender ultimatum by Field marshal Habis maj Ali Jordan a military governor who gave the guerrillas three hours to surrender or be executed by firing squads As mutineers. Maj Ali a 6th Graf 2nd Lead Mideast rep but. Maj Ali a announcement made no mention of the egyptian initiative. He stressed that the ultimatum was in 1111111111111,1111,111 l"1 11111"1111111 1 a saturday september 19, 1970 i Waukesha i Freeman the articulate voice of Waukesha county single copy 15c Home delivery 60c 111 the year no. 146 two sections 24 pages e s boy 10, and Man 25 Are traffic victims Ryo automobile fatalities were recorded Friday evening in Waukesha county one a 10-year-old new Berlin boy the other a 25-year-old Pewaukee Man. Killed were Duane Ebben of 20055 w. Lincoln ave., new Berlin son of or. And mrs. Kenneth Ebben. Robert e. Hartling sr., n27 w27193 Woodland drive Pewaukee. Duane a fifth grader and his 13-year-old brother Gary were standing along the Side of the Road near their Home when they were struck by a car driven by Robert f. Thorp 26, of 19585 w. Lincoln ave., new Berlin. Gary a seventh grader was in critical condition today at Waukesha memorial Hospital with multiple head injuries according to Hospital authorities. Thorp was not held by new Berlin police. An investigation is being conducted. Hartling was involved in a single car Accident on 1-94 West of Highway 16 at 11 50 . Friday evening. According to reports he was driving a panel truck at a High rate of Speed heading eastbound. It went off the Roadway on the left after passing another vehicle. The truck rolled Over killing him. He suffered severe head and internal injuries. The truck belonged to e. Gibes distributing co., 1426 Arcadian ave. Duane Ebben is survived by his parents Brothers Gary and Ronald maternal grandparents or. And mrs. George Schnelbach Appleton and paternal grandmother mrs. Esther Hoppe of Hartland. Funeral arrangements have not been made at this time. Robert e. Hartling or. Hartling is survived by wife Beverly son Robert e. Or. At Home parents or. And mrs. Edwin l. Hartling Brothers Llull Imilsi Hil i he lil a a a a1 fatalities 1 since Jan. 1, 1970 1969 total to Date 33 it Lull ill la ill Llull Lull Lull Llull Richard Michael and Dennis and sister Nancy Waukesha. He was a member of st. Williams Catholic Church. Funeral services will be wednesday at 10 . At the Randle funeral Home followed by Church services at st. Williams Church at 10 30 . Burial will be in st. Josephus cemetery. Friends May Call at the Randle funeral Home after 4 . Tuesday. A Bible Vigil will be said at 8 . Tuesday. 250,000 remodelling announced by Bank an estimated Quarter of a million Dollar remodelling construction project will drastically change the appearance of the Block occupied by first National Bank of Waukesha. A two Story building South of the main Bank building will be razed. In its place the Bank will erect a Structure to provide 21 parking spaces and an additional walk up window for banking. The project will get started after the first of the year. Pres. William a. Kummrow announced Friday. The Hope that the project in the heart of downtown Waukesha will inspire other property owners to renovate or replace aging commercial buildings is reflected in Kummrow a statement a the important thing Here is we Are confident and have Faith in the downtown. We Are endeavouring to construct an attractive facility for the betterment of the Kummrow said the added parking banking facility will be constructed of masonry poured in vertical lines to harmonize with the existing Bank building. The parking spaces will be for Bank customers. Kummrow said Many Cus Lull la Lull a see sketch on Page 3 Tlell Llull Lull Llull it a Llull ill ill Llull towers find it convenient to use the walk up windows. Last february the Bank sent notices to five commercial tenants and the occupants of four apartment units on the second floor that their leases will expire at the end of 1970 and the premises Are to be vacated by that Date. The commercial tenants Are Annette Ross shop Western Union Telegraph co., Hoehne drug co., Wisconsin time plan co. And Fay Federr insurance Agency. The new Structure will have 150 feet of frontage on n. Grand ave. And 180 feet on South st. First National Bank has occupied its familiar place at Broadway and grand ave. Throughout its 115 year history. The Bank purchased adjoining properties in 1961 and 1964 to allow for expansion of the lobby Auto banking and Teller services. It was the first commercial Bank in the . To use a newly developed system of closed circuit television for Auto banking. Posed under the martial Law decreed by Hussein at the Start of the fighting on thursday. The egyptian Effort and maj Ali a ultimatum came in the third Day of fighting. Royal forces were reported attacking the guerrillas called fedayeen in the North. Maj Ali a proclamation said this is the last warning to the fedayeen. A fall guerrillas must Lay Down their and surrender by 4 . Anyone who resists the Royal forces after this time limit will be treated As an outlaw and killed or arrested and tried by courts martial on a charge of armed Mutiny against the authorities. A this crime is punishable by the deadline was 9 ., cd. Maj Ali repeated earlier assurances that Nasho Tahman arrested in theft ring Nashotah Man was one of two men arrested for alleged participation in an inter county and inter state theft ring which is believed responsible for the loss of More than $100,000 of merchandise in recent years. Howard Duke 49, Nashotah it. 1, said today a i done to know what a going on. I did no to even know it was going on. I Wasny to involved and i done to really know How i got the other Man arrested was a Mena Sha Man Jerome Baer 35. In addition a warrant has been issued for the arrest of a Kaukauna Man and warrants Are expected to be issued for two other men from Minnesota according to out Agamie county authorities. The Case broke there. The warrants and the arrests followed several months of extensive investigation. Authorities were aided by a former member of the ring who agreed to give information out Agamie county asst. Dist. Atty. Thomas Cane said Friday. Duke was arrested by Waukesha county sheriffs deputies on a warrant charging him with concealing stolen property. He was released without Bond thursday. A hearing is set for 9 . Monday in Waukesha county court according to authorities. Duke a Farmer said a they talked to me but i Haven to any idea of what a going the targets of most of the rings thefts were new but unoccupied Homes. The thieves filled trucks with furnishings stored in the houses and sold the merchandise in other areas. Merchandise was taken from at least 16 counties including Milwaukee Waukesha and out Agamie counties and in Minnesota and Illinois according to authorities. The theft ring would brazenly take a Semi trailer truck to the front of a new Home fill it and move on Cane said. He believed the ring had been operating in Wisconsin since 1968 six if not More persons were members of the ring he said. Bauer was arrested by Milwaukee detectives thursday afternoon and turned Over to out Agamie authorities Friday. Bond was set at $2,500. Some merchandise has been recovered out Agamie county sheriff Calvin l. Spice said. About $6,000 Worth of stolen goods had been recovered and he expected More would be recovered Short in the merchandise included snowmobiles furniture camper trailers school property and motor vehicles he said. Sheriff Robert l. Baird said Here today the theft ring had no connection with the recent suspension of eight Waukesha county deputies for alleged acts of larceny and misconduct while on duty. Murphy hits editorial on him in Freeman dist. Atty. Roger p. Murphy said today a Freeman editorial which called for a special investigation of the District attorneys office because of its a alleged failure or refusal to prosecute cases was based on wrong information. A this is the second time this year the Freeman has done that a Murphy said. A i am asking the Freeman and chief Sadusky to itemize these cases so everyone can know the truth. A i ask them to Tell me where the cases Are which they say Are evidence in a not doing a full Job a he said. New Berlin police chief William Sadusky had told a meeting of the new Berlin league of municipal voters wednesday night that Murphy a office was sometimes reluctant to prosecute cases. Murphy said neither the Freeman nor Sadusky were Correct in their charges. A Freeman editorial in fridays paper said because of Sadusky a reputation As a skilled professional police officer and because Murphy a office was involved in the charges and could not be expected to investigate complaints against itself a a special prosecutor be named and a grand jury empanelled to consider the guerrillas wishing to surrender would not be harmed. In Beirut guerrilla spokesmen said before news came of maj Ali a ultimatum that Nasser a proposed Oease fire had virtually no Chance of acceptance by the guerrilla leadership. The iraqi news Agency said guerrilla spokesmen in Baghdad denounced Nasser a efforts As an a affront to the dignity of the Arab Cairo radio said Sadek cabled Hussein a acceptance of the cease fire proposal to Nasser. The guerrillas reply presumably was expected to emerge from Sadek a meeting with Arafat. Sadek reported to Nasser that he was received by Hussein Early today and the King a promised to announce the Oease fire order As soon As meanwhile King Hussein a launched heavy artillery and tank As saults against guerrilla strongholds in Northern Jordan. The guerrillas claimed in radio broadcasts they had repulsed the a main attack at a town 30 Miles North of Amman in the heart of what the commandos have declared a a liberated in other parts of the country the appeared to be gaining the upper hand palestinian reinforcements were re ported streaming into Jordan from Syria to Back the guerrillas. The reinforce ments included units of the Long Idle Palestine liberation which crossed the Border with soviet made heavy weapons. The Fate of 54 hostages from last weeks airline hijackings remained unknown. A red Cross Mission in Amman trying to arrange their release reportedly lost Contact with the guerrillas holding them. The guerrillas Are demanding the release of palestinian prisoners by the governments of four countries As Ransom. The popular front for the liberation of Palestine the group holding the hostages warned Friday night that it would strike at All americans and american interests in the Arab world if the United states intervened militarily in Jordan. Freeman staff Phot River gets a cleaning scores of people Young and not so Young gathered along and in the Fox River in the Waukesha area today to clean up the Banks and River bed. It was a project jointly sponsored by a number of local civic organizations As part of wonderful Wisconsin week a and to improve the aesthetics of the Community. This picture was taken from the South Bank just above the Barstow st. Bridge. The Barstow st. Dam is at right. City Crews collected the1 debris and hauled it away. The River level was lowered some three feet in order to facilitate the cleanup. The workday was to end at 4 . Wrecked Auto bodies make Fine targets it. Sill okla. A it. Sills Range division tows wrecked car bodies to its artillery target Range and blows them to bits. A we Purchase Between 1,000 and 1,200 wrecked Auto bodies from wrecking dealers each year a says capt. Gay r. Wright jr., operations officer for the Range division. Wright said the wrecks make Fine targets because they explode into a Large fireball when a direct hit is made. A Fine weekend Wisconsin a mostly sunny and warmer today but with some local areas of fog Early this morning. Highs 75 to 82 Northeast half and 80 to 86 Southwest half. Tonight partly Cloudy Northwest half fair Southeast half. Warmer tonight. Lows ranging from the mid 50s extreme North to the Low 60s extreme South. Sunday partly Cloudy Chance of showers Northwest half and partly sunny Southeast half. Highs in the 80s. Minimum temperature 51. Mean temperature 65 temperature Range Here yesterday High 73 Low 57. Temperature Range Here a year ago High 63 Low 50. Precipitation in 24 hours ending at noon none. Local hourly temperature holding co. Acquires Bank of Oconomowoc hour 9 10 ii 12 temp 51 54 60 66 73 74 Waukesha a almanac saturday september 19, 1970 Sunset today .6 57p.m. Sunrise tomorrow 6 37a.m. Moon Rise tonight. 8 58p.m. Quarter sept. 32 tonight the Moon appears above the Star Aldebaran and North of the planet Saturn. Saturn will Vear its pm in n november. By a 4-3 vote the Federal Reserve Board this week approved the acquisition of the first National Bank of Oconomowoc by the first holding co., inc., Waukesha. First holding co. Is the fifth largest holding company in Wisconsin with combined assets of around $130 million. Its Anchor Bank is first National Bank of Waukesha. Assets of the 38-year-old first National Bank of Oconomowoc total $15,234,884. Pres. William a. Kummrow of first holding co. Said Friday he expects the procedure of acquiring the Oconomowoc Bank will take another 90 Days. Approval must be obtained from the securities Exchange commission to Issue 49.000 shares of Stock required for the Ocono mov voc Bank a acquisition. Stockholders of first National Bank of Oconomowoc will receive three shares of first holding co. Stock in Exchange for one of theirs. When application was made to the Federal Reserve Board last March a share of first holding co. Stock was valued at $33 and the Oconomowoc Bank sat $111. Hie holding company is authorized to acquire 80 per cent of the Stock in the Oconomowoc Bank. Kummrow said the management of the Oconomowoc Bank will remain the same. Its chief officers Are attorney George c. Johnson president Elmer e. Kuenzi executive vice president and Eugene Potratz cashier. First holding co. Was organized in 1968 by officers from the first Bank of Waukesha and first National Bank in Wauwatosa. Later the company acquired the new Berlin state Bank. Dissenting members of the feb said the acquisition a would eliminate substantial and increasing Competition Between a subsidiary of first holding co. And feb of the subsidiary referred to is the town of Summit Branch of first National Bank of Waukesha. Ground for the new Branch at Valley Road and Summit Center drive on Highway 67 was broken last february. It was opened in july. Establishment of the Branch by the holding company 3.2 Miles from Oconomowoc a also foreclosed the closest municipality to Oconomowoc from potential branching by any other Bank the dissenting members said. Furthermore they added the amount of business the holding company a Lead Bank. First National Bank of Waukesha derives from Oconomowoc is More than 5 per cent of the deposits and 24 per cent of the Loans which first National Bank of Oconomowoc itself derives from the area. The Federal Reserve Board noted that continuing expansion of the Milwaukee metropolitan area and the Large Bank holding companies entered there will a continued on Page 3 Hurt i Ollil la iliilili�?Titt1ihil 1 Iii in freetime today Forrest Tucker weighs world problems Poge 2 loneliness of the Long distance runner Page 3 Hunting Woodcock with a muzzle loader Poge 6 old time aviators and the air show Poge 10-11

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