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Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - September 19, 1970, Wellsville, New York It Wellsville reporter serving Potter counties Ninetieth year new saturday september 1970 10 cents per copy Gaa Calls in labor experts by Mahan Detroit motors today called in labor relations chiefs from its various divisions As both it and the United Auto in National to get local level negotiations mov Law president Leonard Woodcock says local level work ing which supple ment the National wage pack must be wrapped up in 155 locations before the strikers return to their jobs at they went on strike at Midnight local level bargaining opened with that on the National level in but Only three Settle ments have been Woodcock and other Union 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 in the local level strikes such issues As seniority parking lot air conditioning and water cooler crippled Auto sometime for after National there Are demands on local the pm and the Law nation Al bargaining teams have recessed their sessions until next on approximately striking and Laid off pm workers Drew their last full weeks pay until the strike some sources forecast that May be As much As two months Union strike benefits dont Cut in until and they will fall far below the pm average hourly wage of or a week before a single worker gets a married worker and one with Chil Dren a week in strike Bene the Union estimates its million strike fund will meet benefits for about seven but says that its strikers wont Cave when the strike nation Al negotiators were stalled on a company offer of an additional 38 cents an hour and a Union de Mand of 63 the Law was also seeking a minimum monthly pension of for each worker with 30 years of service with regardless of and an unlimited costo living wage is in calling the the Law exempted 27 pm plants employ ing and making parts for Chrysler and american plus some Independent truck manufacturers and some agricultural implement Facto but since pm no longer re quires parts supplied by the exempted layoffs have been mounting the Addi Tion of Friday brought the total to some of Gas 39 suppliers also have furloughed plan heavy assault on major red Strong Point by John Wheeler phenom Cambodia a the cambodian Mili tary command plans a big As Sault to smash through a communist Strong Point that has stalled the governments largest offensive of the War there for nearly a limited air strikes Al ready were being carried out in preliminary attempts to Dis Lodge an estimated North vietnamese troops dug in at the Village of Taing 47 Miles North of phenom officers at the operations rear Headquarters in 45 Miles North of phenom said today they were not sure when the assault against the North vietnamese would but added they had been told by the High command that the at tack would be preceded by Mas Sive air strikes against the officials in Saigon said that once the cambodians decide to launch their additional air support will be available from South vietnamese and Cambodia air the officials said they were not aware of any massive commitment by the air but added a great Deal depends on exigent sources in South Vietnam said that because president Nixon wanted to keep a Low profile in cambodian air Power would be used followed by South vietnamese air strikes and then american planes if for the second consecutive newsmen were barred from the front the first time the cambodian command has kept reporters from any Battle a spokesman said the order was to prevent Cam Bodian Maneu vers from becom ing but there was speculation that the embassy and the cambodian command would prefer not to have report ers present if massive Ameri can air Power is the stalled in front of Taing Kauk since is aimed at reopening route 6 to Kampong a provincial and reclaiming an important segment of Cambodia heartland from communist con Hussein is reported accepting truce in Jordan civil War donation for Walter Taber left president of the first Trust Union presents a Check for to William Olean Myca who is serving As consultant for the Allegany county y to be located in the Christian Maple Avenue and Fassett the Money will be used for the initial expense of establishing the local which is scheduled to open in Early reporter photo us bolsters Mideast strength step described precautionary by John Hightower a special correspondent Washington a with american forces in the Mediterranean president Nixon kept continuous watch to Day on the crisis in embattled with american lives and the survival of the Hussein government his primary con 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 Nixon was however prepared if necessary to inter Vene for other reasons if neigh Boring Iraq or Syria enters the civil War Between King Hus skins forces and the palestinian or if the country be comes in danger of falling under guerrilla the president was keeping watch from his Retreat at accompanying him were staff aides Henry Kissinger and word that american forces in the Mediterranean were being reinforced came Friday from the the defense department ordered additional ships and planes into the East Ern air Force c130 capable of Fly ing out refugees or taking in Para were already in position in the officials privately expressed Hope Hussein could surmount the crisis through diplomatic channels to Cairo and Moscow and in talks Here with israeli Premier Golda administration leaders strove to save the drive for peace Between Israel and the Arab states from the explosive pres sures of the jordanian biafran Leader bored by exile by James Markham Ivory coast a Chukwuemek Odimegwu who for 30 months held world attention As the Leader of secessionist Bias is bored and for eight months he has lived in unobtrusive exile in this pleasant upcountry a guest in a single Story Villa provided by president Felix Hou to avoid complicating his hosts relations with Nigeria and also to avoid endangering his fellow ibos inside Ojukwu has pledged not to in fuel crunch May bring Power cuts by Bruce Detlefsen associated press writer a the worldwide fuel crunch threat ens new yorkers with Power brownouts and fuel ration ing this the chairman of the states Public service commission pc chairman Joseph Swidler told reporters Friday he will be sending to Rockefeller a report that indicates that the fuel Supply is in Deli Cate balance for this we could have especially if there is a Long rail asked to said that with we should get through the but were not comfortably pre pared for it in new the chairman of the Regula tory Agency that is responsible for assuring adequate Power in the state commented after addressing a conference on the beneficial uses of Thermal Dis he used the term fuel crunch in his address to the saying there Are shortages in every Oil and natural Gas and added that the american appetite for Energy is pressing hard against reserves of High Grade and readily available de at the informal meeting with the reporters he was asked specifically whether win Ter brownouts or denying people All the Power they want a distinct he replied some new York areas Are Winter peaking in terms of Power he sex since there is a greater use of electricity for Light Kitchen television and space Heaters at that of year than in the sum to meet these Power producers will require More Fos Sil and there is a tight Ness of Supply in every fuel cat Swidler one step that May be required to Cope with fuel Short he is to resort to the rerouting of the much sought after fuels to keep some Power stations going and spread the mis Swidler indicated the Poten tial seriousness of the Power problem by saying that he and state Commerce commissioner Neal Moylan had taken their concerns to the office of Emer gency management in Wash last among other Swidler he and Moylan urged that the Nixon administration raise import quotas so that More Oil would be available to re the pc questioned about the Breaks he saw As indispensable to get through said he was thinking about such factors As the threatened rail which would interfere with Coal de liveries to Power plants the political stability of the Oil Rich Middle East nations the amount of freeze on the great a prime shipping route and possible work stoppages in Coal while these considerations Are beyond the control of the state Swidler indicated that some action was possible in new for he there May have to be some shifting around of Power from one util Ity system to another and Strong appeals to Consumers to Cut Back on their use of elec As was done during the summer when demand built up on extremely hot Over the Long Swidler added with Tongue in new York needs a Long series of Cool Summers and warm Gage in politics or Grant inter but he has told friends i am somewhat bored with the Lack of the 36yearold Soldier added wryly that he has a Kindred feeling for Ghanas former pres Kwame who is passing a similar exile in next door Ojukwu according to those who have seen has not made up his mind about where he might go he lives with his two children and a speckled two Mont hold great Dane the Oxford educated with his distinctive pads informally around his sparsely furnished Villa in Slacks and Loose fitting african a bodyguard watches Over the High walled Ojukwu eagerly asks visitors about the ibo people in Nigeria Are they hungry Are they still going to Church have they kept their sense of humor for history and he is polishing up the Thiara which late in the War committed Biafra to a left ish ideology of african human Ojukwu contrasts that with varieties of african socialism propounded Ojukwu evidently considers he made two major one was his failure to throw his entire army behind the biafran contingent that rallied out of the secessionist captured the midwestern state and threatened to March on the nigerian capital in August we had two weeks Ojukwu told a All along i thought Only of striking at la but i held the second As Ojukwu sees was his govern ments failure to Exchange for hard currencies the million Worth of nigerian pounds that biafran troops captured in the midwestern Nigeria changed its currency in january an element of concern in this respect is the fear that if palestinian forces win control in Jordan their fallout hostility to Ward Israel would Force israeli intervention in might trigger intervention by Iraq and Syria and Widen the Middle East even in the absence of such consequences officials see no Chance for a peace settlement involving Jordan if the guerrillas Rule that Meir said Friday Egypt Tia israeli negotiations Are impossible unless Egypt Rolls Back antiaircraft missile bases set up along the Suez canal in alleged violation of the military stand still agreement the two coun tries accepted in inquiries As to whether Nixon has Given Hussein some commitment of support if needed Drew uninformative answers from official White House press Secretary Ronald Ziegler told a news Confer ence there is no commitment in prepared to cover with the Chicago Sun times said in a Story published in two editions thursday after a briefing by that the United states was prepared to inter Vene in Jordan if Iraq and Syria did so or if the Hussein govern ment should be in danger of fall the Story was withdrawn by the newspaper from its last Edi but in a statement issued Friday afternoon the editors said it was not the Story was not denied in Ziegler told newsmen the presidents discussion with Edi tors during his visit to Chicago was off the Ziegler also said that when he talked with Sun times editors about publication of their Story he was not concerned with kill ing it but with the briefing rules under which they had received by Michael Goldsmith associated press writer to radio reported today that King Hussein has agreed to a proposal from egyptian presi Dent Gamal Abdel Nasser for a ceasefire of at least 24 hours in the jordanian civil King Hussein army launched heavy artillery and tank As saults against guerrilla Strong holds in Northern Jordan As the number of dead and wounded soared past in the Jorda Nian civil the guerrillas claimed in radio broadcasts they had re pulsed the army main at a town 30 Miles North of am Man in the heart of what the commandos have declared a liberated in other parts of the the army appeared to be gain ing the upper palestinian reinforcements were reported streaming Ito Jordan from Syria to Back the the reinforcements included units of the Long Idle Palestine liberation which crossed the Border with soviet made heavy the Semi official Cairo news paper Al ashram said at least combatants and civilians have been killed or wounded since the fighting began Early a guerrilla communique broadcast by Baghdad and Damascus radio said the opened the assault at an intensive artillery barrage on the town of Ajlouny and guerrilla positions surrounding the barrage was followed by an armoured the guerrillas said the army also resumed its heavy bombardment of the town of 25 Miles Northeast of for third straight tanks and Field artillery Are intensively shelling the town and guerrilla strongholds but our forces Are standing their the communique there was no immediate Bat the report from the government guerrilla broadcasts from a the capital of warned commandos to prepare for a massive tank assault at Dawn against 50 Miles North of guerrillas took Over the the nations second earlier this the guerrillas said today they had successfully Day Long attacks Friday by Jorda Nian armoured brigades in Irbid and in 10 Miles East of Irbid on the main Road leading to the syrian although both Syria and Iraq have promised to Aid the com there was no move by the iraqi forces stationed near Irbid to take a role in the and syrian forces remained Well behind the Israel has said it will not stand by idly if Syria and Iraq intervene in Amman remained virtually Cut off from the rest of the world a curfew remained in and Black smoke still Hung Over the diplomatic reports reaching London said Telephone links and Power sup plies in the jordanian capital were morning guerrilla broadcasts said jordanian troops attacked the Bakawa refugee Canup on the outskirts of Amman during the night with phosphorous bombs and diplomatic reports from am Man said the government appeared to be effectively in control of the City and that the night was relatively quiet except for occasional guerrilla broadcasts had said Friday that countless wounded presumably caught in were dying in the streets of Jordans cities for want of medical Field marshal Hadis who took Over As military governor of Jordan wednesday and declared martial ordered his commanders today to make every Effort to help the wound in communiques broadcast by radio he called on doctors and surgeons to report to the cites hospitals and said the army would come to their Homes to escort an International red Cross plane stood by in Beirut waiting for clearance to Fly doctors and nurses to Amman which is to help care for the maj Ali also said his armed forces were not moving against guerrilla bases along the Bor Ders with he urged the the guerrillas to go to the israeli the natural place for and he promised that All arms the government captured in the fighting would be returned if the guerrillas obeyed in broadcasts from Damascus and the guerrillas scorned Majalisa As they have All government pleas for a setup in the they also denied reports from radio am Man that More than 200 com Mandos had defected to the Jor eventual Victory for Hussein seen by Robert Dobkin a military writer Washington a military officials predict it is Only a matter of time before the palestinian out major Snag in Mideast peace Effort Washington a israeli prime minister Golda Meir has inflicted a heavy blow on american Hopes that the Middle East peace talks could be resumed in the near Meir told president Nix on there can be no peace talks until Egypt removes the mis Siles Israel claims were implanted along the Suez canal in violation of a military standstill Nixon and Secretary of state William Rogers tried Friday but failed to persuade the 72 year old israeli Leader that talks under United nations mediator Gunnar jarring provide the Only Avenue to in Meir she Why should Israel negotiate a peace treaty with a country which Vio lated a lesser ceasefire agree ment virtually the same Day it agreed to observe it president Nixon and Rogers Are reported to have understood Meirs argument although they would not agree with her new birth control agent coming manned and Are Defeated by Jordans Royal army of fiercely Loyal bedouin tribes equipped with British and american King Hussein armed Force of about men is regarded by Pentagon officials As the Best in the Arab world and second in the mid East Only to on the other Side is a divided guerrilla Force believed to have no More than men under the unknown officials Here Are the iraqis with troops stationed in Jor and the syrians poised above Jordans Northern should they the balance could tip against Hus said one but no one expects that to although the leftist govern ments of Iraq and Syria Side with the they have offered Little More than moral support for the palestinians whose vow to destroy Israel and reclaim what was once their Homeland has been temporarily Laid aside while they Battle Fel Low arabs inside for More than two Hussein hesitated using Force against the palestinian com Mandos despite their increased criticism and attacks against the King because of his pro Western attitude and moderate course in dealing with Middle East Large numbers of jordanians have sympathized with the half of Hussein subjects Are palestinians or children of palestinians who fled to Jordan when Israel was created in by Brian Sullivan a science writer new York a scientists reported today promising experimental work on a new birth control that would be used Only once a when the woman believes Shes the research was described As very but a fed eral family planning expert said the agent May be very close to the ultimate family planning the agent is one of a remark Able series of chemicals called hormone like fatty substances widely in human and a pro Staglar ave an in credible Rar researchers t y May find medical uses in therapeutic inducement of Abor in contrast birth control As a treatment for male the versatile chemicals also May find uses in the treatment of blood pressure prob asthma and even nasal the newest report on pro Stag Landing came from Sultan Karim of maker re University at to an International meeting on the subject held by the new York Academy of Karim reported that pros tag Landin has been Given to 12 women who had missed their menstrual period for from two to seven the chemical is in Tablet form and inserted in the it produced a nor Mal period in 11 of the presumably pregnant pregnancy was confirmed in eight of there have been Only minor Side he and the chemical seems to leave the body after affecting the one Tablet is inserted in the morning in the another four hours and the woman goes Karim said Prost Aglan dins offer the possibility of self administration and May Only need use at the time of a late menstrual statistically three to four times a Reimert director of the office of population for the Agency for International told a news conference this is a very historic occasion in the evolution of technology for the control of Fer none of the scientists would say when such an agent might go ont be if it but confirmation for the from animal was presented by Kenneth Kirton of the Upjohn of Kalama a drug company which has conducted much of the Prost Arlandin research this in sunny periods today with highs Between 65 and fair tonight with lows in the Middle generally fair and warmer Hith near variable winds becoming southerly tonight and South to southwesterly to to 20 Miles per hour Outlook for continued fair with highs in the

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