Daily Review, September 7, 1971, Page 30

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September 07, 1971

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Daily Review (Newspaper) - September 7, 1971, Hayward, California 28 7, Holiday toll nears 600 mark United Press Inlcrnjlioiul It was a great final sum- mer holiday for some. But for many others, the Labour Day weekend ended in tragedy as the holiday traffic toll neared Ihc 600-mark today. A National Safely Council spokesman said the final traf- fic death count could reach 650. Tils council had earlier esti- mated that between 600 and 700 persons would die in traf- fic deaths during (he 78-hour period from C p.m. Friday lo- cal time to midnight Monday. In the worst accident, 111 persons were killed when a jetliner crashed in Alaska. Some of Ihc worst traffic accidents included: N.C., seven per- sons were killed and three olliers injured two critically, ir. a two-car head-on collision. cily, Ariz., six per- of a Colorado family, were killed iii a five-car collision. Calif., four per- sons were killed in a two-car Yellowstone gets fewer tourists YELLOWSTONE, Wyo (UPI) people visitec Yellowstone National Park last month than in August of 1970, and park officials say it represents a trend of declin- ing tourism this year. Officials said Monday that 12.4 per cent fewer visitors came to the country's oldest national park last month than in August of 1970, which they said was consistent with a drop of about 10 per cent in 'tourists during 1971. Administrators sale visitors were regis- tered at the five park en- trances during 1971, com- pared to last year, and in 1969. Last month, people registered at the park, fewer visitors from August 1970. Kosygiii to pay visit to Canada MOSCOW (UPI) Premier Alexei N. Kosygin will pay an official visit to Canada in the middle of October in return for the Soviet visit of Prime M i n is t er Pierre Elliott Trudeau, diplomatic sources said today. The sources said an under- standing has been reached on the general timing and other details of the visit and an offi- cial announcement is pected later. The trip is one of a half- dozen official visits plann.ec 'by Kosygin, President Nikolai V. Podgorny, and Leonid I. Brezhnev, the Communist Party general secretary. Senior diplomats said the trips are part of an intense drive by the Soviet Union to counteract diplomatic gains made by Communist China in the past year. U.S. and Soviets confer on arms HELSINKI (UPI) -Ameri- can and Soviet negotiators met today for one hour in an official session exchanging opinions on the U.S.-Soviet Strategic Aarms Limitation Talks conference sources said. The meeting, the 87th since the talks began in Helsinki 22 months ago, was followed by 30 minutes of informal dis- cussion. The sources said the two delegations, led by Gerard C. Smith for [he United Stales and deputy Foreign Minister Vladimir S. Semenov for the Soviet Union, so far had not agreed on a date of recess. "Today's meeting was shorter than at any lime in the past weeks but Ihc in- tensity of work remained as high as the sources said. The next meeting was set for Friday at Ihc Soviet cm- hassy. crash on highway 395 south of Ihe community of Doyle. Calif., Ihi-ec mem- bers of a Dinuba, Calif., fami- ly were killed and six oilier persons injured in a two-car accident. Plain old earth rock the lunar show LINCOLN, Neb. (UPI) Nebraska State Fair Board member Jack Chapman had a genuine moon rack in his care over the holiday and he was a little late in getting it into a display case one morning. As it turned out, he needn't have worried. He found visitors filing past the case, in which someone had placed a plain earth rock. 'Staggered work could solve.auto crush9 LONDON com- muter crush of big cities could be greatly eased if cm- if5 coultl their bosses