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Waynesboro Record Herald (Newspaper) - September 19, 1970, Waynesboro, Pennsylvania Saturday september 19th, 1970 record Jerald the weather fair and cooler tonight sunny and Cool sunday. Waynesboro Penna. Single copy ten cents our 123rd year number 161 crash is fatal to Man 42 a 42-year-old Amberson Valley Man became Franklin county s 23rd traffic fatality of the year Friday evening when he suffered fatal injuries in a two car mishap near Fannettsburg. Pronounced dead at the scene of multiple injuries was John a Ette Amberson by Deputy Coroner or. W e b. Hall Etter s 1963 Model Ford Sedan was demolished and the Driver thrown from the Auto after it crashed into the car of Georgia Thurber 22, Burnt Cabins state police said the Accident at 6 p when Etter apparently lost control of his northbound car on route 75. After striking the oncoming Thurber vehicle the Etter car careened across the Highway smashed into a Telephone pole then spun around and travelled 128 More feet before coming to rest on the berm. Police said Etter was travelling at an apparent High rate of Speed when the Accident occurred the Driver of the second vehicle was removed by ambulance to the Chambersburg Hospital where she was treated for minor cuts and bruises and released. Police set damage to the Thurber car at $700. The demolished Etter car was valued at $400. George g. Rhone 31, Waynesboro . 1, escaped injury Early this morning when his car left route 28009 near Pond Bank and crashed into the parked car of Ronald w Walz Fayetteville 2 damage was set at $400 to the Walz car and $200 to the Rhone car police said Rhone apparently fell asleep at the wheel of his car in the 4 45 Accident Dwight Hatt 18, of 126 n Franklin st., Waynesboro escaped injury at 2 35 . Today when he lost control of his car on route 16 a mile West of Rouzerville and the vehicle slammed into guard rails. Damage to the car was set at $600. Jerry w. Henry 18, Fayetteville 1, and a passenger in his car Ronald r Cassner 19, Fayetteville 1, escaped injury when Henry lost control of his car on the rain slicked 30 near Fayetteville at 6 45 . Friday state police said the Henry car was westbound on 30 when he lost control and the car slammed into guard rails. Leslie h. Myers 20, Fayetteville 1, and Marian l Pilgrim 45, Fayetteville escaped injury when their cars collided in old . 30 in Fayetteville. The mishap occurred at 5 25 the Pilgrim vehicle westbound on route 28027, was attempting to turn right onto . 30 when it was struck in the rear by the Myers car Jean e. Staley Chambersburg . 7, was treated at the Chambersburg Hospital for cuts of the face suffered when her car ran off the Road at 4 20 . Friday and struck a Utility pole on route 28071, a Short distance off 30, near Chambersburg. Damage to the car was set at $300. Charles h. Carey Orana wife Shirley m. Carey both 20 of Chambersburg 2, were examined at the Chambersburg Hospital and released after no injuries were detected following a car truck Accident on 11, at the Sunset drive in theater North of Chambersburg at 8 40 Friday. The Carey car southbound on . 11, slammed into the right Side of a pickup truck operated by Barbara d. Farner 17, Fayetteville . 1, which was turning into the theater the Driver and two occupants of the truck were uninjured. State police said Harry d. Mcgowan 43, Hustontown failed to yield the right of Way in an Accident on ., 11, West of Chambersburg and his car was involved in an Accident with the car of John your Nares 51, Chambersburg which was South bound. No injuries resulted in the 4 50 . Accident Friday. Olive Rowland 60, a passenger in the car or her husband Alvin t Rowland Hanover . 5,. Was t related a t the Chambersburg Hospital for a neck injury in a 7 15 . Accident Friday a half Milf East of Chambersburg on . 30. The Rowland car westbound on the Highway crashed into the rear of the car of James m Hillegass Bedford . 2. Police set damage to the Rowland car at $800 and to the Hillegass car at $300. Jordan tells guerrillas to surrender or die Beirut Lebanon a Cairo radio said today King Hussein has agreed to an egyptian cease fire proposal but shortly after the broadcast Jor Dan s military governor gave palestinian guerrillas an Multi Malum to surrender or face fir. Ing squads the ultimatum from Field marshal Habis maj Ali had a three hour deadline it appeared to mean the egyptian cease fire Effort had collapsed. Maj Ali said in a broadcast by radio Amman that the guerrillas who did not surrender would be executed As mutineers. The Cairo broadcast said president Gamal Abdel Nasser of Egypt had proposed to Hus Sein that he and the guerrillas accept a 24-hour cease fire according to Cairo Hussein agreed Cairo said the agreement had been worked out Early today in a meeting Between Hussein and Gen. Mohamed Sadek Egypt s of the Palestine liberation organization Rajah s announcement made no mention of the egyptian initiative. Hestress Enthat the ultimatum was imposed under the martial Law decreed by Hussein at the Start of the fighting on thurs Day. The egyptian Effort and a Jah s ultimatum came in the third Day of fighting casualties were reported soaring past 5,000 Royal forces were reported a t tacking the Guerri a Las called fedayeen in the North. Rajah s proclamation said. This is the last warning to the fedayeen All 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 Mart Ial on a charge of a Mutiny again t the a chief of staff who had thormities Eye testing device mrs Isabelle Barnes chairman of school health services for the Waynesboro area school District checks the eyes of Pamela Reed a fourth Grade student at the Hooversville elementary school. Eye examinations will be Given throughout the District later this fall Pamela is the daughter of or. And mrs. Edmond Reed Waynesboro . 3. Re photo by Ken Peiffer flown to Amman Early in the fighting. It said Sadek then went into conference with Yasir Ara fat Over All Leader of the guerrilla movement and other officials of the Central committee the iraqi news Agency said guerrilla spokesmen in Baghdad denounced Nasser s efforts As an affront to the dignity of the Arab nation " Cairo radio said Sadek cabled Hussein s acceptance of the cease fire proposal to Nasser. The Guerr i l Las reply presumably was expected to emerge from Sadek s meeting with Ara fat Sadek reported to Nasser that he was received by Hussein Early today and the King promised to announce the cease fire order As soon As meanwhile King Hussein s launched heavy Art i l Lery and tank assaults against guerrilla strongholds in Northern Jor Dan As the number of dead and wounded soared past 5,000. The guerrillas claimed in radio broadcasts they had re pulsed the s Mam attack at a town 30 Miles North of am Man in the heart of what the commandos have declared a liberated zone damage minor in two crashes minor damage was reported in two intersection collisions in Waynesboro yesterday. No injuries were reported police said a 1966 Plymouth valiant driven by Dennis l Yeakle 22, of 226 s Church s pulled from South Church Street into the path of a westbound car on third Street at 6 45 . The Yeakle Auto struck the right Side of a 1968 Ford station Wagon driven by Richard h. Messinger 43, Smithsburg my 2 damage was confined to the left front fender and Hood of the Yeakle car and to the right front bumper fender and Hood of the Messinger station Wagon. A similar mishap was reported at 11.30 at the intersection of Fairview Avenue and West second Street police said a 1960 Chrysler Sedan driven by mrs Donna Jean Brown 32, of 246 w. 2nd st pulled from West second Street onto Fairview Avenue and into the Side of a North bound 1969 Ford Sedan driven by Larry Douglas Hahn 22, of 47 Phillips ave after being struck the Hahn car continued across the Street and struck a Utility pole it was on the right Side As Well As at the left front fender the front end and right front fender of the Brown car were damaged police said mrs. Brown and Yeakle will be charged with failure to yield the right of Way before Justice of the peace Walter Dor sett. Arm is broken ten year old Donald l Mcquait son of or and mrs. Wayne v. Mcquait Waynesboro 3, broke his left wrist in a fall in a tree Friday. He was released after being treated at Waynesboro Hospital. Screening detects us forces in Eye problems Early by Ken Peiffer Eye screening examinations in the Waynesboro area school District each year usually indicate that an estimated 25 per cent or 1,375, of the children examined have Eye problems of one kind or another. Although the tests Are not conclusive it proves to be a Good indicator of potential learning problems mrs. Isabelle Barnes chairman of school health services has noted that much of what a child learns Are things that he has to see after a child has received a screening test and depending on what might be found a note is sent Home to the parents suggesting the child be taken to an Eye doctor for further examinations mrs Barnes also said that Many children in kindergarten and first Grade appear to have problems of amblyopia or Lazy Eye which can be corrected. The earlier a child is Given an examination by an Eye doctor possibly As Early As two years old it would prove to be quite beneficial she said screening tests will possibly get underway next month in the local schools poor vision is often a sneak thief of children s school achievements or Maxwell idler president of the vision conservation Institute has stated often it is the youngster who can see the 20-20 line of letters on a Standard Eye Chart who May perform poorly in school because of other undiagnosed vision problems. Or Miller has advised parents that Complete professional Eye examination and vision analysis Are essential for children to meet the demands imposed upon their eyes by present Day schooling he went on to direct attention toward the poor Reader the under achiever or the hyper Active child who does read the charts property frequently these youngsters Are being impaired by unsuspected and undiagnosed vision problems he said a thorough professional vision analysis requires much More than the ability to read letters on a Chart and All parents should provide an examination for their child by a doctor who specializes in vision care problems. Allegheny Jet hijacked today Miami a a gun toting Hijacker who wanted to go to Cairo settled for Cuba instead saturday and took an Allegheny airlines Jet and its eight Crew men to Havana. The Young Hijacker believed to be armed with pistol Gaso line and dynamite was aboard the Boeing 727 on a flight from Pittsburgh to Boston and took Over just before the plane made a scheduled Stop at Philadelphia International Airport Federal aviation administration officials said he allowed 90 passengers to leave but kept aboard three flight crewmen three Stewar Desses and two men believed to be Faa inspectors or Airl Ines personnel the Faa said the plane sat on a runway for an hour while it was being re fuelled the Pilot John Harkin said Over the radio he talked the Hijacker out of Cairo and persuaded him to go to Havana in Stead said it Robert Baker chief of Airport police at Phila Delphia Mideast ready by John m. Hightower a special correspondent Washington a with american forces in the Mediterranean bolstered pres ident Nixon kept continuous watch to Day on the crisis in embattled Jordan with american lives and the survival of the Hussein government his primary con Cern the positioning of military forces was described officially As a precautionary step in Case Nixon decides intervention in Jordan is necessary to Rescue the More than 400 americans in the country Nixon was reported however prepared if necessary to inter Vene for other reasons if neigh Boring Iraq or Syria enters the civil War Between King Hus Sein s forces and the palestinian guerrillas or if the country be comes in danger of falling under guerrilla control. The president was keeping watch from Bis Retreat at Camp David my accompanying him were staff aides or. Henry a. Kissinger and h r Haldeman word that american forces in the Mediterranean were being reinforced came Friday from the Pentagon the defense de Par tent ordered additional ships and planes into the East Ern Mediterranean air Force c130 transports capable of Fly ing out refugees or taking in Para t trooper were already in position in the area officials privately expressed Hope Hussein could surmount the crisis unaided. Through diplomatic channels to Cairo and Moscow and in talks Here with israeli Premier Golda Meir administration leaders strove to save the . Drive for peace Between Israel and the Arab states from the explosive pres sures of the jordanian conflict this crime is punishable by the deadline was 10 ., Edt. Maj Ali repeated earlier Assur ances that guerrillas wishing to surrender would hot be harmed in Beirut guerrilla spokes men said before news came of maj Ali s ultimatum that Nas ser s proposed cease fire had virtually no Chance of accept Ance by the guerrilla Leader ship. Palestinian reinforcements were reported s t r gaming Ito Jordan from Syria to Back the Guerr i l Las. The reinforcements included units of the Long Idle palest Ine liberation which crossed the Border with soviet made heavy weapons. The Semi official Cairo news paper al ashram said at least 5,000 combatants and civilians have been killed or wounded since the fighting began Early thursday rail strike blocked by executive order 23rd traffic fatality a Blanket shrouds the body of John a Etter Amberson who was killed in a two car mishap Friday evening near Fannettsburg he was Franklin county s 23rd traffic fatality of 1970 t h e inside s t o r y today Milton Wright youngsters placed with Aid society. Page 2 Wahs news Page 3 Church news. Page 6 farm Corner. Page 12 daily editorials. Page 4 women s news Page 5 sports pages 7, 8, 9 classifieds pages 10, 11 comics. Page 11 pm Law push local level talks Detroit a general motors corp. Today called in labor relations chiefs from its various divisions As both it and the United Auto workers stalemated in National bargaining sought to get local level negotiations mov ing. Law president Leonard Woodcock says local level work ing agreement which supple ment the National wage pack age must be wrapped up in 155 locations before the 344,000 strikers return o their jobs at pm. They went on strike at Midnight monday local level bargaining opened with that on the National level in mid july but Only three Settle ments have been reached Woodcock and other Union chiefs meanwhile continued their nationwide series of meet Ings with local Law bargaining teams in what they said was an attempt to emphasize the urgency of the situation " in the past local level strikes Over such issues As seniority lists parking lot privileges air conditioning and water cooler locations have crippled Auto makers sometime for weeks after National settlement there Are 30,000-plus demands on local tables the pm and the Law nation al bargaining teams have recessed their sessions until next tuesday on Friday approximately 365,000 striking and Laid off pm workers Drew. Their last full week s pay until the strike ends. Some sources forecast that May be As much As two months away Union strike benefits Don t 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 taxes a single worker gets $ 3 6 \ a married worker $35, and on with Chil Dren $40 a week m strike Bene fits by Mike Shanahan associated press writer Washington a act ing with great reluctance the Nixon adminis t a t Ion 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 dispute. Unless Congress enacts Emer gency legislation the unions will be free to strike if no con tract set t Lement is reached in the next 60 Days. The orders signed under pro visions of the railway labor act affect some 400,000 Union members about 70 per cent of the nation s railway work Force. Asst. Secretary of labor Wil Liam j. Usery a top labor troubleshooter said at the White House he had hoped for a Settle ment negating the need for the executive orders. It was with great reluctance he said that the labor department recommended the president sign the orders. But he indicated Only a few Points of m a j o disagreement remain to be resolved after weeks of government sponsored talks. Those issues should be dealt with by the Board he said he said a five member panel. Instead of the usual three Mem ber Board was formed so that for an equitable settlement May be reached at the earliest possible time its members Are to be named later under the 44-year-old rail la Bor 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 Media tors won agreement from the Union to delay for five Days. There were selective shut Downs in some a r e a s 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 Den Nis 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 brother Hood of maintenance of Way employees and the hotel and restaurant employees and bar tenders Union i

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