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Waukesha Freeman (Newspaper) - September 19, 1970, Waukesha, Wisconsin W has israeli pm is Cool to Mideast peace Parley Sobitz i Washington a israeli prime minister Golda Meir Ini lie ted a heavy blow on american Hopes that the Middle ast or a it e talks could he resumed in the near future. Mrs. Meir told president Nixon there n he no peace talks until Egypt re Len ies/i0 Israel claims were implanted along the Suez canal in violation of a military standstill agreement. Nixon and Secretary of state William t a Rogers tried Friday but failed to persuade the 72-year-old israeli Leader that talks under United nations mediator Tunnat jarring provide the Only Avenue to peace. In principle mrs. Meir agreed. But she asked Why should Israel negotiate a peace treaty with a country which violated a lesser cease fire agreement virtually the i it ame Day it agreed to observe it president Nixon and Rogers Are reported to have understood mrs. Meir a argument although they would not agree with her conclusion. American officials concede the stand still cease fire violations could not have occurred without the knowledge and complicity of the soviet Union. They say there is no quarrel with the har a words the israeli Leader used at her Friday press conference when she accused Moscow and Cairo of bad Faith and said a they both Are the Nixon administration consoled itself with the conclusion that because of the Jordan situation the question of resuming of political talks is hypothetical anyway. The United states however would not take mrs. Meir so a not for an answer. Diplomatic prodding will continue on several fronts officials said. Moscow and Cairo will be urged anew to a rectify the violations which has been interpreted As removal of their missiles deployed in the Suez canal zone contrary to provisions of the standstill cease fire agreement and new efforts will he made to persuade mrs. Meir to end her Boycott of the talks. American and israeli diplomatic observers agreed that despite the failure to smooth Over differences mrs. Meir a Day Long talks with the president and Rogers were useful because they re stored Confidence Between the two countries. . Officials reluctantly concede the safety of hostages held by palestinian guerrillas and the chaotic jordanian situation in which the throne of King Hussein a pro Western Monarch in at stake have priority Over the hoped for resumption of the peace talks. Prime minister Golda Meir is greeted by Secretary of state William p. Rogers. Between them at right associated press photo is it. Gen. Yitzhak Rabin israeli ambassador to the . A motor company starts Marine engine division a new marketing and manufacturing entity called the pleasure Craft Marine engine division has been formed by the Waukesha motor co., manufacturer of Gas gasoline and diesel engines and Energy systems. It was announced today. Robert a. Do amour president of the 64-year-old firm. The new division will Market a line of mounted in the rear of the boat with the drive Shaft at a Vangle gasoline Marine engines for pleasure and commercial boats. Sixteen models will be offered Over a Range of 80 to 355 horsepower. Production of the engines will be based at Waukesha a Clinton Iowa Plant currently a major producer of gasoline and natural Gas Industrial engines. Do amour also announced the appointment of Dan Norwood As manager of the new division. Norwood with 15 years of Marine engine experience was formerly of Chrysler corp. Where he was Stern drive sales manager. He will be responsible for development of the divisions marketing and manufacturing programs. Do amour commented that acceptance of the firms new High Speed Marine diesels by the fishing boat Industry ha9 been favourably affected by Waukesha a distribution parts and service policy. New product innovations would also be featured in the Waukesha pleasure Craft line do amour added. A formal product offering will be announced by Norwood later As soon As the results of an extensive pre production test program have been evaluated he said. New personnel reporting to Norwood will also be announced As they Are brought into the division. Rock musicians fans mourn loss of Hendrix new York apr a the was a Good Friend of mine and i will miss him a Singer Janis Joplin said when told of guitarist Jimi Hendrix death in London Friday. And she cried. Rock musicians across the country mourned the loss of a rare Talent and a Brilliant guitarist. A the was an innovator a said miss Joplin from a California recording studio. A the made everyone in the music business aware that the Public was ready for and really wanted free musical expression. He showed them that it Wasny to just delusion. It was a British musician John Mayall called Hendrix contribution a the cat was definitely the main Man a said drummer buddy Miles formerly with Hendrix band of gypsies and now Leader of the buddy Miles band. Hendrix 27, was found in a coma in a London apartment rented by 23-year-old Minika Hannermann a Beautiful German blonde. A postmortem examination was scheduled today followed by a coroners inquest probably monday. Eric Burdon former Lead Singer with the group called the animals and a Friend of Hendrix said a fall i know is that he had taken some sleeping Burdon added that miss Hannermann had found Hendrix in a coma and called the ambulance. She was taken to the Home of friends and put under sedation. Hendrix made his last Public appearance at a London jazz club wednesday night. A we had been trying to Contact him for three Days but could not a said one of the Singer s British agents. A it was very unlike him. He was usually very Hendrix who featured wild music swivelling hips and an unruly afro hairstyle once said he used drugs but had outgrown them. A the drug scene. Was opening up things in Peoples minds giving them things that they just handle a he had said. A Well music can do that you know and you done to need any he played to standing room audiences in Europe and the United states and made such recording hits As a they a purple Haze a a burning of the Midnight lamp and a band of f. Nieman Musk Edo George f. Nieman 77, of s82wi9h34 Janesville Road died thursday evening of a heart attack. He was taken to Waukesha memorial Hospital where he was pronounced dead on arrival. Nieman was born and raised in Muske go where he operated a Dairy farm with his father the late John Nieman and his son Merlin e. Nieman. He retired from farming 12 years ago. Survivors Are wife Cecelia Ellarson son Merlin of Muskego daughter mrs. Robert Weber of random Lake funeral services will be sunday at the Hudson funeral Home at 3 30 . With the Rev. Melvin e. Crane of big Bend in Tisl Church officiating. Friends May Call after noon on sunday until the service. Burial will be in the family lot at Rural Home cemetery big e. Clark298,400 will help Security at us Madison Madison apr a contract committing $298,400 in state funds to pay salaries of an additional 24 Madison policemen to supplement Campus Security at the University of Wisconsin became Law Friday. The measure had been approved earlier by the City Council. A i am pleased by the prompt response to my Call for action in the Wake of the tragic bombing of Sterling Hall a it. Gov. Jack Olson said As he signed the Bill in the absence of gov. Warren Knowles who was off on a fishing trip. A this measure will provide for strengthened Security on Campus and is badly needed. The indiscriminate destruction we have seen Here and around the country reinforces my conviction that firm action is required a Olson said. A it is no longer enough to Call for order and an end to violence. We must take Steps to ensure a peaceful society a he s promoted Oconomowoc Wallace l. Owen Oconomowoc has been promoted to production supervisor announced Kenneth w. Ford vice president of Brownberry ovens inc. Owen has diversified bakery experience since employed by the company in october 1957. Owen of 520 s. Concord Road is married and has two daughters. Nixon administration blocks rail strike Henry e. Clark 64, of Adams wis., formerly of Hartland died Friday of a heart attack at his Home. He is survived by wife Antoinette daughters mrs. Margaret Schmittinger of Oconomowoc mrs. Charles de Sam of Menomonee Falls mrs. Jeanette Williams of Waukesha and mrs. Joanne Russell of Adams parents or. And mrs. Fred Peck Mauston sister mrs. Oscar Ortman West Bend. Services will be monday at 10 . At the Kurtz funeral Home in Hartland. Friends May Call from 5 to 9 . Sunday at the funeral Home. Irate rent is at Hartland Village c. Gilbert Pewaukee a Robert c. Gilbert 59, of w239-n906 Highway of town of Pewaukee died Friday at Waukesha memorial Hospital after a Short illness. He had been a lifelong resident of the county and was employed As a maintenance Man by the county Highway department. He was a member of st. Josephus Catholic Church in Waukesha and of sacred heart auxiliary of st. Francis. Survivors Are wife Elizabeth Nee be Keto and sister mrs. Edna Rowell of Waukesha. Funeral services will be at 8 30 . Monday at the Randle funeral Home in Waukesha. The funeral mass will be at 9 . At st. Joseph s Church with msgr. August Gearhard officiating. Burial will be in st. Josephus cemetery. Friends May Call at the Randle funeral Home after 4 . Sunday. There will be a Parish Vigil there at 8 . Sunday. The Weber funeral Home is in charge of Torres Dies of injuries services will be held for a Waukesha Soo line employee who died in Milwaukee after two men attacked and fatally beat him with a tire Iron. Domingo Torres 46, of 920 n. 17th st., Milwaukee died monday. Milwaukee authorities have arrested both men involved and charged one with first degree murder on wednesday. Torres had worked for the Soo line in Waukesha for Many years. Services will be held tuesday at 9 . At st. Josephus Catholic Church. The Rev. Donald Quad Tana will officiate. Torres is survived by his wife Angela and seven children All of puerto Rico. Friends May Call at the Randle funeral Home from noon to 9 30 . Today from 9 . To noon sunday and from 4 . To 9 . On monday. Burial will be in Yabucoa cemetery puerto Rico. The Weber funeral Home made the arrangements. Washington apr acting with great reluctance a the Nixon istra Tion has 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 member Board to investigate the i Scute. Unless Congress enacts emergency legislation the unions will be free to strike if no contract settlement is reached in the next 60 Days the orders signed under provisions of the railway labor act affect some 400 000 Union members about 70 per cent of the nations railway work Force. Asst. Secretary of labor William j. I serv. A top labor trouble shooter said at the White House he had hoped for a settlement negating the need for the executive orders. It was a with great reluctance a he said that the labor department recommended the president sign the orders. But he indicated Only a few Points of major disagreement remain to be re solved after weeks of government sponsored talks. Those issues should be dealt with by the Board he said. He said a five member pane instead of the usual three member Board was formed a so that an equitable settlement May breached at the earliest possible its members Are to be named later. Under the 44 year old rail labor Law the Board will study the dispute and submit its recommendations within 30 Days. Over the following 30 Days the unions and rail lines Are to consider the recommendations during negotiations. A strike had been called for sept. 10, 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. . Dist. Court judge Howard Corcoran said Friday he would leave his order in effect until it expires sept. 23. Earlier this week c. L. Dennis president of the brotherhood 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 pm loves and the hotel and restaurant employees and bartenders Union. Manson lieutenant watches proceedings los Angeles api smiling vacantly and uttering not a word Charles a a text Watson has appeared in the same courtroom As four old friends the defendants in the Sharon Tate murder trial. He showed Only a Glimmer of recognition for the three Long haired women at the counsel table Friday and never looked at Charles m. Manson. Leader of a hippie style family of which Watson was a member. The tall slender Watson 24. Recently extradited to i of Angeles from Texas is also charged with murder conspiracy in the slaying of the actress and six others in August 1969. A witness has said Watson was Manson a lieutenant in the slayings. Watson was unexpectedly summoned from jail Friday afternoon at the request of attorney Paul Fitzgerald representing Patricia Krenwinkel. He said he wanted witness Danny Decarlo to identify Watson As the Man described in his testimony. Manson a attorney angrily objected to letting the jury see Watson claiming it was a prejudicial and the attorney Irving Kanarek moved for a mistrial on grounds of prejudice and the judge denied the motion. Decarlo a stubby moustached former motorcycle gang Leader who lived with the Manson family in 1969. Was asked by Fitzgerald if he recognized Watson in court. A yeah he a right Over there a the witness said pointing at Watson. The judge then asked Watson to stand and identify himself. Nudged by bailiffs Watson Rose and stared straight ahead expressionless. A your name sir a the judge said twice. Watson said nothing and was finally told to sit Down. He was soon led out. The three women defendants a miss Krenwinkel 22. Susan Atkins. 21. And Leslie Van Houten 20�?giggled, smiled and waved at Watson. Watson neatly groomed and Clad in dark Blue Blazer Blue shirt and Gray trousers smiled at them once then to Llull ill Lin Hii Iii i i la Ltd Lilloll lilt ii i in let if to i iiiuiiiiilfltlllllliiiiiihiimiiiiillhtlmmmiiwhlhiiimfhhmmflhiiiiiihwmhihiillllmllllim1ulit holding co. Acquires have an increasing influence in Wauke she a. This would further minimize the significance of potential Competition Between first National Bank of Oconomowoc and the Summit Branch and makes More significant the pro competitive effect which the proposal would have in the development of first holding co. As a Strong regional organization the Federal Reserve Board said. The advantages accruing to the Oconomowoc Bank through joining the first holding co. Include sharing a computer Trust services provided by the Only Trust department in the county and the ability to make larger Loans Kummrow Dies Oshkosh apr Willard l. Madson 35, vice president of the Oshkosh common Council died Friday after an extended illness. Madson served on the Board of directors of the Wisconsin association of medical technologists. Looked Down at the floor. Decarlo now a Gunsmith in Medford Ore has testified he saw Manson firing a gun like one the state says was used in one and perhaps three of the Tate murders. At one Point Decarlo was handed a Long Barnel revolver in evidence and As Kanarek persisted in protracted questions. Decarlo pointed the empty gun at the attorney and pulled the Council meeting will be on sept. 29 the initial meeting of the Waukesha safety Council for the 1970-71 term will be a luncheon meeting at the Merrill Hills country club. The luncheon tuesday sept. 29 is being held for executive management at 12 10 . Arthur e. Borkow insurance manager of Harnischfege corp., Milwaukee will speak on a controlling product liability according to the councils Legal associations products liability is the fastest growing and volatile area in Law today. New officers will be presented and the year s program will be Clemens will speak to accountants state treasurer Harold w. Clemens will speak at the first technical meeting of the season for the Waukesha area chapter of the National association of accountants sept. 28. Clemens of Lac la Belle was appointed state treasurer in february 1968 to fill the unexpired term of the late Dena a. Smith he was re elected to a Twe year term in 1969 and is an announced candidate for a four year term beginning in 1971. As treasurer Clemens is commissioner of Public lands member of the state Board of canvassers Board of the conservation wardens pension fund curators state historical society state Bond Board sex officer treasurer of Wisconsin investment Board and sex offi Cio treasurer of Wisconsin retirement fund. Before his appointment As state treasurer he served As a Village trustee Village clerk health officer civil defense director and assemblyman from the second Assembly District of Waukesha kill youth Washington apr army pvt. Aron Vinson son of or. And mrs. Ouie Vinson of Milwaukee has died of wounds received in action in Southeast Asia the Pentagon said Friday. National Bank will enlarge the lower two Story Structure to the right of the main first National Bank of Waukesha building will be the site of the $2s0, oct remodelling construction project. It will Staft after the first of the year. The new Structure will House parking and another walk up window. Grand ave. Goes generally from front to rear of sketch and South st. Goes generally across it see Story on pages 1. Waukesha Freeman saturday september 19, 1970 a Post 3

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