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Alton Evening Telegraph (Newspaper) - October 10, 1970, Alton, Illinois Series is tied after 5 Cincinnati the Baltimore orioles and Cincinnati reds were deadlocked 3-3 at the end of the fifth inning in today a opening game of the world series. Home runs accounted for All the Oriole runs. Boog Powell blasted one with Buford on base and Hendricks hit a Solo blast. For the Hometown reds Lee May connected for one with a Man on. Jim Palmer was on the Mound for the orioles and Gary Nolan for the reds. First inning Baltimore Nolan on Hill for Cincinnati. Buford fouled out. Blair popped out. Powell called out on strikes. No runs no its no errors. Cincinnati Palmer on Hill for Baltimore. Rose grounded out. Tolan doubled to right. F. Robinson flied to right. Bench singled to left scoring Tolan. May singled to left. Carbo lined out to Brooks Robinson. Ane run three hits no errors. Second inning Baltimore a Frank Robinson flied to left. Brooks Robinson grounded out. Hendricks popped out. No runs no hits no errors. Cincinnati Helms popped out. Woodward reached first on error by b. Robinson. Nolan sacrificed Woodward to second. Rose grounded out. No runs no hits one error. Third inning Baltimore a Johnson popped out. Belanger struck out. Palmer grounded out. No runs no hits no errors. Cincinnati Tolan walked and stole second. Perez flied out. Bench popped out. May homered to left scoring Tolan. Carbo walked and was out attempting to steal second. Two runs one hit no errors. Fourth inning Baltimore a Buford flied out. Blair beat out an infield single. Powell homered to left scoring Blair ahead of him. F. Robinson flied out. B. Robinson grounded out. Two runs two hits no errors. Cincinnati a Helms flied out. Woodward popped out. Nolan flied out no runs no hits no errors. Fifth inning Baltimore a Hendricks homered to right Field. Johnson struck out. Belanger was called out on strikes. Palmer struck out. One run no hits no errors. Cincinnati Rose reached first on interference by Hendricks. Tolan flied out. Perez flied out. Bench popped out. No runs no hits one error. 15 indicted Houston Tex. A fifteen persons including three former Houston firemen were indicted thursday in connection with the breakup of two Multi million Dollar Auto theft rings. Bonds totalling $926,000 for the 15 defendants were set by Cist. Ludge George l. Walker. In Refl sprint Cincinnati Pitcher Gary Nolan delivers the first pitch k of the 1970 world series to Baltimore a Don Buford. I it was a Ball. Umpire is Ken Burkhart. A wire under Lime soviets . To continue talks Washington a Secretary of state William p. Rogers says the United states will continue negotiations with the soviet Union on common problems despite Sharp disappointment Over soviet missile violations in the Middle was and Moscow a return to what he called strident cold War language. At his first news conference Here since july 15, Rogers said Friday he will take up problems ranging from the hoped for cease fire in Indochina to big 4 talks on Berlin when he meets with soviet foreign minister Andrei Gromyko in new York oct. 16. Rogers sounded an optimistic note on chances for a cease fire in Indochina declaring a we have a feeling the time is 9 soccer players Hurt Iii collision of bus and truck Carlinville nine visiting soccer players from Lewis College at Lockport 111., Enro Ute to a tournament at Blackburn College were injured when the bus they were Riding in was struck by a truck. The Accident occurred when the Driver of the bus apparently lost control of the vehicle and veered off Rte. 108. As the bus returned to the Highway it was struck by the truck police said. Two ambulances from Carlinville responded and the injured players were taken to the Carlinville area Hospital. Two players Steve Sewell and Mike Fisher had possible head and internal injuries and were transferred to St. Johns Hospital in Springfield for special treatment. Their condition was not thought to be critical. The team was in route to Carlinville for a tournament which started Friday of Tei noon. Fmaher members of the team hospitalized were James pal it Edward Mccarter John Prill David Nowasielski Jack Oakley Roger Tribble and Joseph Taylor. Inside Cambodia. A-4 Quot capricious Rule of Prince Sihanouk officially Over. Clark.a-2 judge Clark endorsed by attorney general Scott. Alton conquers warriors to stay unbeaten. Parking.a-3 Edwardsville Siu Campus parking still big problem. Columbus. A-6 Columbus crossing Ocean was a Quot religious in religion Section. Family. A-8 Many suffer anxiety but keep it a secret or. Steincrohn. Alton evening Telegraph serving Madison Jersey Maco Upin Greene and Calhoun counties vol. 135, no. 228 18 pages Alton 111., saturday october to 1970 Price 10c est. Jan. 15, 1836 air Charters questioned Faa will be probed he stressed the Hope president Nixon a new proposal for a standstill cease fire and the Complete withdrawal of . Forces from All of Indochina will provide a foundation for negotiations with Hanoi. He suggested such private talks would yield counterproposal that could be the subject of negotiation. Other . Officials say the United Staten is depending upon Nixon a offer for Complete withdrawal which could take place in one year As part of a general agreement settling the conflict a to help the negotiations get started. Rogers noted that by May i another 95,000 . Troops will have been withdrawn from South Vietnam and a by that time most of our forces will be out of the combat the Complete . Troop withdrawal offer is on the list of items to be discussed with Gromyko state department officials said. Rogers said he had spent four hours with technicians studying photographs of soviet sam3 missiles showing new construction since the Middle East 90-Day cease fire was agreed upon. A there is no question about the violations a he said. But he said the United states would seek a rectification that would bring about a condition which would satisfy both parties and Start them to negotiating. He said both sides seem willing to extend the Arab israeli cease fire for another 90 Days. But As for the missile violations he said the sam3 Sites were constructed since the cease fire. A we Are convinced i think beyond a doubt that soviet personnel Are there to assist in the construction and Manning of those Sites. When i talk to or. Gromyko i can give him the evidence of the Rogers said there Are reasonably Good prospects to get the Middle East talks started because of two major factors first Israel officials for the first time said they would be willing to withdraw in accordance with Tho United nations Security Council Resolution. Little warmer sunday Low 40 High 60 Complete weather Page b-4 wounded in shootout police sgt. Richard Castle shot in the shoulder in a shootout with bandits after robbery of a Motel in Oakland Friday night is wheeled into Merritt Hospital. Two of the four robbery suspects were killed. A wire photo Washington a a sweeping investigation of the air charter Industry and the Way i its supervised by the Federal aviation administration was ordered Friday by Secretary of transportation John Volpe even As the Faa grounded More planes in the Wake of the 30-death Wichita state disaster. New developments continued to come to Light a week after the oct. 2 crash of a leased twin online plane in Colorado which killed 13 Witchita football players and other persons accompanying them to a game. Here were the highlights a Volpe bypassing the Faa ordered adm. Willard j. Smith assistant Secretary of transportation for safety and consumer affairs a to conduct this in depth investigation and spare no Effort time or resources in determining the True condition of every chartered operation in the United states. He also will examine Faa regulations governing charter operations with a View toward correcting any deficiency which May be a the Faa reversing its previous statements said it had indeed warned Golden Eagle aviation inc., whose Crew flew the fatal flight against operating Large aircraft. But the official in Oklahoma City whom the Faa said issued the warning contradicted his Washington colleagues and said he Hadnot contacted Golden Eagle for nearly a Yeai. A the Faa grounded two More Martin 404s which originally were in a lot of 14 aircraft along with the plane that crashed. On thursday it had grounded All planes known to be owned by Jack Richards aviation co., inc., which had purchased the lot in 1968 and subsequently sold some of them. One of the newly grounded planes said Faa officials in Kentucky was used last month to carry the Murray state University football team of Murray ky., to a game at Fairfield Iowa. A state official said the plane was provided by Louisville air taxi inc. The Faa said it did no to yet know whether the Louisville firm had a sufficient passenger License to operate such a flight. In the Wichita disaster the University leased the plane from Richards and obtained the Crew from Golden Eagle. The Faa called this a facade to avoid regulations governing passengers carriers and it revoked Golden eagles flight certifications for operating a plane too Large for its authorization. The other plane grounded Friday is owned by Aero leasing corp., a Michigan firm which bought it from Richards nearly two years ago. The plane carried Wichita state players to College station Tex., in sep tember under an arrangement handled by Richards who was minding the plane at the time. Aero leasing said its plane passed an Faa supervised annual maintenance inspection last Spring. Adm. Smith who was confirmed for his Job just this week and wont be sworn in until monday said the air charter probe will begin As soon As possible. He said it will be staffed by a a task Force of people competent to examine this from various areas of the a n associated press sampling of colleges and universities across the country showed that most avoid charter flights with unscheduled airlines or dealings with firms such As those involved in the Wichita state crash. The bulk of schools said they use commercial flights or Charters arranged through Large scheduled airlines. But a few schools Arkansas state University Weber state of Utah and the University of Montana for example on occasion use charter flights of nonscheduled airlines. If department of transportation probes Check with Northern Arizona University hear of two unsettling experiences let had last year on nonscheduled Charters in september a Vance International charter dc7b with 87 aboard had an engine catch fire on Takeoff from Flagstaff adz. The Pilot feathered both engines on that Wing and landed safely. Box Board co. Unfair striking Union charges by l. Allen Klope Telegraph staff writer an unfair labor practices charge has been instituted against Alton Box Board co. By the paper workers Union in the is Day old strike which Friday night had its first reported incident on the picket line. I vocals 975 and 976 of the United paper makers and paper workers Al Cio filed the charges for failure to negotiate. However talks have been called for next Friday. The locals filed their charges with the National labor relations Board which has called the Friday session the first since mid september. In the incident last night. Charles Kidd of 125 Nelson drive in Bethalto reported to Alton police he was hit by a automobile while walking picket duty about 11 30 . At the company a main Entrance. Kidd said the automobile belonged to Frederick t. Lewis of 820 Logan St. In Alton and said he had received minor injuries to his legs when the Lewis car tried to enter the Plant. Kidd said he was attempting to Block Lewis car from entering the Plant but was shoved Back about to feet by movement of the car. Lewis told police Kidd was not hit but had put his hands on the Hood of the car As it attempted to proceed about 2 or 3 Miles an hour. Lewis has been told by Force to report monday to answer charges filed by Kidd. In a review of the strike situation the two unions went out on strike aug. 20 Over wages insurance provisions language changes in the contract and the addition of . William Gibbons International representative of the unions confirmed today the employees Are currently making about $3.25 per hour and thai two More holidays have been asked for. He said the company has offered a Many a birthday As one of the holidays however nothing has been settled on this matter. Gibbons said the unions had negotiated for two months Prim to the strike but since then has met Only three times Wilh company bar gainers. He said two of the sessions lasted less than 20 minutes and that one was about five hours. He also confirmed the unfair labor practices charge had been filed shortly after the last session in mid september and Only this week received word of the upcoming meeting next Friday. Gibbon said the strike affects some 550 men in the two locals. Local 975 represents the production employees and local 976 the maintenance workers. While i he unions Are trying to bargain for More Money the company a Public relations firm Friday said the company is losing Money because of the strike. The news release said net earnings for the nine month period ending sept. 30, were $1,245,000 As compared with $1,875,000 for the same period last year. A earnings for the n i n a month period were adversely affected by a strike at the company s largest paperboard null in Alton a the release said. Net suites this year were $94,912,000, As compared with $98,003,000 last year and earnings per share of common Stock this year Are $1.42, As compared with $2.15 last year. A during the Quarter ending sept. 30, 1970,�?� the report said a the company reclassified As a non current asset commercial paper due sept. 30, in the amount of $625,000 purchased March 31, from a he Penn Central transportation co., which has filed a petition for re organization in the United states District company spokesman were unavailable today to comment on the strike and the nine month report. Ready mixer bows to Public pressure by Joe Liston Telegraph correspondent Carlinville a court has ordered the ready mix Coal and Concrete co. Of Carlinville to install a dust control device onto its equipment to curtail Clouds of Concrete dust which have angered residents the Telegraph was told Friday. The court order followed an agreement thursday that averted a suit. The settlement was implemented Friday As James Curry owner of the business agreed to install dust suppressors and to comply with other demands of the City and at circuit court order was issued to that effect by judge peul c. Ver Ticchio. City attorney John Russell told the Telegraph that the dust problem has been the chief complaint of area residents who claim that the dust is clogging their attics. Curry is required by the court order to use a cloth Collar Between All Cement trucks and mixer to keep dust to a minimum. The company owner has also agreed As required by the court order to keep Down the ground dust on the premises maintain All equipment to eliminate unnecessary noise and keep trucks with engines running from being parked off his company lot. See Page 2, col. 2. First real cold of season backed up by Frost report the official Low last night was 36, but in Many Low places in the Telegraph area the first Frost settled. It was Cool enough to Click a new season into place. For Many Hay fever sufferers the change guarantees the end of their miseries until next year. Where the Frost touched the lingering vegetables in Home patches and Flowers in their Yard Beds it is the end of a Cycle. Air conditioners go into storage the furnaces kick on for the Chilly nights and most people find it harder to get up in the morning to make that Long journey from a warm bed to the cold floor. The leaves somewhat in Advance of the cold snap Are turning into Sunburst colors before they blend themselves into the Winter scene. The thinner sharper atmosphere after the first Frost brings a heightening of sensation. It is a time to be enjoyed before the harsh cold comes numbing fingers stiffening faces and making people think twice before testing the outdoors. Courthouse hit by blast new York City police Check for bomb fragments Early this morning after an explosion hit the third floor of a courthouse in the Queens Borough of new York. A wire photo i i

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