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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - May 16, 1969, Burlington, Iowa                                THE BURLINGTON HAWKEYE 263 PHONE 7548461 MAY 1969 16 SECTION PRICE Naughty Fred Gets Grabby Fred the robot did a naughty thing to actress Margaret Courtenay during filming of a movie at London Sevenfoot talented enough to knot his own was supposed to have clutched Miss Courtenay about the But one of Freds hands dropped in It clamped against the 41 part of Miss Courtenays 412839 Fred was quite the most frightening thing Ive ever been attached It gave the crew a good laugh but I found those arms really the actress They worked so and each woodentipped finger can really Miss Courtenay Freds human master stepped onto the Bet and triggered the robots arms into Playboy Photo Litters Road Motorists along Interstate 65 near Co were greeted by 21 tons of scantily clad brunettes on paper The of were spread across the highway when a truck loaded with the centerfolds from a popular magazine was rammed by another The featuring a skimpily dressed brunette in a provocative were destined for Chicago and inclusion in the center spread of Playboy maga Between and 5by7 foot each containing 12 reproductions of the double page were scat tered for threefourths of a mile along the No tickets were issued in the accident but some of the girls were jailed any Bartholomew County Sheriffs deputies who investigated took some of the center folds back to the jail as Iowa PhD Candidate Honored By Nixon James Winford Selby was tops In his Tulane University magna cum laude on and winner of a fellowship to do graduate He is also Selby was honored Thursday at the White House by President Nixon presented him and two other college seniors 1969 scholastic achieve ment awards of Recording for the accompanied by The awards recognize outstanding academic work by blind students who used textbooks furnished by the organi STUDIES AT IOWA Selby was blinded by glaucoma when he was He graduated last August from Tulane with a Bachelor of Arts degree and got a Danforth Foundation fellowship to seek a at the Uni versity of where he is now in who plans to be a college pro was described this way by his professor of among the three best students I have encountered In the past five Campus Air Raid1 A Messerschmidt fighter paint ed in camouflage and decorated with stormed the University of Missouri campus at Thurs day laying down a barrage of blank cannon fire and Police suspected the pilot was the same one who staged an air show in nearby Willow earlier in the Surplus Whistles The Town Council of Eng offered to sell surplus police whistles before July Some of the whistles are 40 years old and local police consider them surplus to require Never Too Old Florence Eliza of said her hobby is keeping young and to prove it she entered a local beauty Where In The Hopeful High School Ready By September I By JACKIE MAXWELL i Burlington high school i architect Ken Wallerstedt is Jstill hoping the new facility will be ready for occupancy in I September Charles Hahn is laying jihis plans for next year two If the new high school is the old high school will be a middle school and house all the citys ninth If the new high school is not the old high school will continue as a high school or the opening date will be delayed until the new high school Is Hahn Opening school late will mean Apollo Trio Set To Go CAPE KENNEDY The relaxed and ready Apollo 10 astronauts put on their spacesuits today in a final rehearsal for their blast off Apollos Flight i Profile Page 2 Sunday atop a beautiful monster on a trip 32 times around the Commander Thomas Staf John Young and Eugene climbed into simulators about 8 CDT for the practice The machines duplicate the controls and responses of the Apollo spacecraft and its lunar landing traveling The space team got in two good periods of relaxation acrobatic ride in jets in the morning and a workout in the moonport gym at Weather Looks Good Weathermen gave an optimis tic forecast for the Sunday takeoff time partly cloudy weather at the launch site with 10 to 15 mile an hour easterly Weathermen there is always a chance of thundershowers which could stall lastminute launch The countdown on the Saturn 5 booster rocket and the spacecraft on top of it was rolling along again after a 16 hour rest period that ended at The main task was loading the fuel cell power generators with hardtohandle liquid oxy gen and liquid job launch Director Rocco Petrone called quite a pains precise Break Saturday Afternoon The last break for the ground crews comes Saturday after noon before the final countdown starts early Sunday for the The astronauts were expected to take Saturday winding up a training schedule that started with 16hour but tapered down to a relaxed schedule in the final prelaunch days in order to avoid fatigue problems which have plagued previous Apollo On hand at the spaceport and staying with friends were Cernan and a They missed Cernans blastoff for his first space mission aboard Gemini but will see the Sunday show Wives to Watch The wives of Stafford and Young planned to remain in Houston and watch on televi The Apollo 10 crew was to orbit the moon 32 times during an eightday mission to perfect moon navigation practice with the lunar landing spacecraft in lunar and check on the site picked for the Apollo 11 landing in extra costs for teachers salaries since they will have to be paid for extra summer he Wallerstedt estimated two full months of steady work are needed to complete the new high He pointed out that if the current strike is it may be difficult to get a full crew of workmen back on the Laborers Local 525 began picketing all local construction May 12 pending a new Wallerstedt said only about six laborers had been at work on the site when the strike was Well need 14 to 16 electricians on the job steadily when work is he 95 Per Cent Complete Wallerstedt said the shops area is complete and the main building 95 per cent Hahn said the school district may have to rent space to store high school equipment if the strike We cant get it delivered when the pickets are he Remodeling at the old high school during the summer also would be affected by a prolonged Hahn Bids will be due June 4 to convert the old high school into the citys fourth middle school and to house all the citys ninth Architect Carl Blum estimated the cost would be from to The present parking lot in back of the old high beside the industrial arts will be used as a The mobile units will be relocated at elementary sites and the driver training equipment will be moved into the IA Hopes for Parking Hahn will seek reserved on street parking from the plan commission to replace the off street parking lost to the He will ask for space on Woodlawn and Mobile units next year will be used at Black Hawk and North Hill for additional Hahn Nixon May Nominate Two To High Court At Once WASHINGTON UPI The White House said today Pres ident Nixon may appoint Supreme Court successors to Chief Justice Earl Warren and Abe Fortas at the same While Fortas attempted to go back and pick up my life after resigning under fire Wednesday night as an asso ciate the President already was getting unsolicited advice on how to fill court Warren will retire next month at age Nixons press Ro nald was again pep Jpered with questions by repor ters on the Fortas and said the President might send both nominations to the Senate at the same though this was not a The new term begins next fall after the customary long summer Fortas remained secluded at his yellow brick home in the Georgetown area of the but told UPI in a telephone I just hope I can go back and pick up my life now that I have done what I think was my In letters to Nixon and made public Fortas said he was resigning for the welfare of the court as a result of the controversy over his receipt of from the Louis Wolfson He denied any wrongdoing but said he did not want to cause a cloud to hang over the court because of any activity of story on Page 5 Fortas has been widely reported to be but told UPI today wealth has never fascinated To the suggestion he really is wealthy Fortas I guess it all depends on how one defines the Morton Wont Be Consulted WASHINGTON UPI Re publican National Chairman Rogers Morton said today party label may be well down the list of qualifications President Nixon sets for his two appointees this year to the Supreme Morton expressed that Nixon would select Republicans to succeed Earl Warren as chief justice and Abe Fortas as an associate Warren is a Republi Fortas a Morton said he did not expect to be consulted about the new POLICE DRAG AWAY an injured who had recently constructed a demonstrator during a clash with playground on the University of Can students and nonstudents at fornia UPI Photo Protesting Stanford Group Halts Traffic By United Press International Antiwar research demonstra tors at Stanford University snarled rush hour traffic with barricades of pingpong sawhorses and a school bus National Guard troops were called to the University of California at Berkeley Thurs day to put down an uprising of students and street Fusillades of bird shot and rock salt were fired into the At least 60 persons were injured and 47 The demonstrators battled police from Berkeleys downtown area to the schools Sproul cradle of campus War Research on Campus At Stanfords Palo campus some 300 demon out of an enrollment of spilled into the streets near a branch of the Stanford Research Institute which does most of the war research on Morning rush hour at its was brought to a The obstructionists erected barricades of pingpong tables and saw The air was released from the tires of an empty school bus and it was used to halt Several demonstrators linked arms and prevented at least one employe from entering the institute The dissidents are angered over a university board of trustees decision to sever school connections with the The militants argue that it should be kept under university jurisdiction so it can be more easily On other a sitin was in progress at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland while demonstrations continued at Harvard Universi Melee Follows Decision The Berkeley melee stemmed from a university decision to fence in an area the street people had turned into a replete with playground equip grass and brick Early in the day police cleared some 150 persons from the plot to allow workmen to begin The demonstrators gathered in Sproul scene of the free speech protests in for a noon rally where Dan student body Lets go down and take over the Peace was restored by nightfall and a curfew clamped on the city and One hundred Case Western Reserve students held Hayden Hall on the Cleveland campus demanding release of a report on the citys Glenvilla sniping incident last July The protesters said the report is vital to the defense of black militant Fred Ahmed convicted Monday of first degree murder in the deaths of three policemen and a civilian in the Evans is scheduled to be executed Three hundred chanting Har vard students Thursday marched to a hearing of the schools disciplinary committee and demanded its They had to use elevators to reach the 10th but were not able to enter the locked door Berserk Inspector Kills 2 Workers Ohio An employe of an auto company plant ran berserk through a production line Thursday firing two automatic pistols for an hour at his fellow Two workers were killed and 10 four of them before Robert Kenneth a production trained the caliber automatic pistols on Police found the pistols and several hundred rounds of ammunition near Smiths There was no immediate indication what caused the shooting although police said the Chrysler stamp ing plant where he worked had been garnisheeing his Wrong Information Police earlier reported five persons were but Police Chief Glenn Osborne said they had the wrong information at Police said of arrived late for work and suddenly began running through the production firing the automatic About employes were working at the plant when the shooting broke Sam of was sitting in the plant lunchroom when a bullet struck and killed Another identified as Vincent also was killed in the blaze of Hospital spokesmen said four of the 10 injured workers were in critical Identified As Guard Smith had been identified by police as a plant but a spokesman for Chrysler said authorities had misunder stood the term The plant was a real everything was confused and we had the wrong report at Osborne a city of is about 20 miles north of Akron in northeast HawkEye Forum Designed For Citizens The worlds most remarkable fossil are to he found Can you name this ua t Answer The HawkEye Forum a new experiment in public I discussion starts next Tuesday night with the first of Hour discussion meetings on major sponsored by The I Burlington HawkEye and four I The program is an effort to involve University of Iowa I faculty members and graduate f students with Burlington citizens in probing the vital f issues of the day affecting I national f Scheduled confrontations and I their local sponsors are May 89 js Burlington fj Arion restaurant banquet Subject Vietnam and American Speaker and discussion leader James M c C u e Department o f University of May 81 Catho lic Social Action 8 Notre Dame high Subject American Values Science and Speakers and discussion leaders George head of the Department of Religion Edward University of May 87 First United Church of Christ Social Action Burlington Federal meeting Subject Implications of the Defense Speakers and discussion leaders Dee and Paul graduate student in University of May 8i League of Women Iowa Southern Utilities Subject Turmoil and National Speakers and discussion leaders Sally graduate student in and George Star poet and head of Writers University of The public is invited and urg ed to attend all They are not limited to members of the sponsoring There is no The plan is for the speakers to present their what ever they may and then for Burlingtooiaus to go after them pro and The pur pose is not to sell any view but to stimulate A HawkEye spokesman said the newspaper had been inte rested for sometime in utilizing the reservoir of talent at the Only recently a group of faculty and students there organized themselves into a program they call Priorities for Survival for the purpose of writing and speaking on vital They volunteered to send speakers to Burlington and The HawkEye volunteered to handle the overall arrangements and to seek specific It is if public interest warrants that the program can be continued on at least a monthly with other local organizations cosponsor Another phase of the program will be the publication on The HawkEye editorial page of ar ticles by the Iowa City under the title HawkEye For which can then be respond ed to by the public in letters to the More details on the May pro grams will appear in Sundays WEATHER FORECAST contin ued mild with occasional ers or ttiuudershowers likely Cloudy Saturday morning with showers ending clearing and cooler Saturday Low tonight high Saturday Sunday is expected to be fair and H1VEH STAGES Burlington down KeUhehwrg down Augusta Under Its Illegal By LES PECK Burlingtons bingo playing clederly citizens have gambled and lost at least for the time County Allan Hartsock this week asked both the Senior and the National Senior Citizens to stop playing Both groups have Hartsocks request to end the weekly bingo games a t Memorial auditorium came because the police department asked him if the games were The police gave me infor mation on how the games are I felt they were Hartsock We told them that the police department wants to enforce the laws Hartsock referring to the Elks and Eagles and other groups that have been advised bingo is City Manager John Dullea has asked Chief Robert Dunham to set up a meeting Monday afternoon with the county attorneys office to discuss the The senior citizens brought this on Dullea We were not bothering These people came to the police department and asked if they could Unidentified Man Its true the Senior Citizens went to the according to Louise who directs the National Senior Citizens on Police advice was McAllister because an unidentified man appeared at the groups meeting May 7 and told the elderly they had better not play any more Bingo games would have been played this past Wednesday and Thursday by both but were cancelled when Hartsock asked they not be McAllister and Ralph director of the Thursday said there is no admission charge to its bingo but freewill offerings are In both prizes are generally in the grocery and the monetary value is Both groups have been op erating bingo games for about the past five Combined membership is approximately Hartsock said Friday that he hopes to review the state law over the next few days and come up with some He said an attorney generals opinion may be The portion of state law Hartsock is using to ban bingo reads as follows If any person play at any game for any sum of money or other property of any or make any bet or wager for money or other property of he shall be guilty of a Thats the Apparently K applies equally as well to those neighborhood bridge and poker I cant see where we art doing any McAllister Blaiberg In Hospital CAPE South Africa Philip the worlds longest living heart transplant was rushed to the hospital today after suffering what medical spokes men called a The dentist received oxygen in the ambulance taking him to Groute Schuur medi cal sources A hospital bulletin issued short time later said Baliberg is in hospital for observation and investigation following a recent The bulletin was refenjnj an incident Monday vim Blaiberg appeared out Emergency oxygfji rushed to bedsidt iTk at midnight at the rtquMt bii t   

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