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Boone News Republican (Newspaper) - October 10, 1970, Boone, Iowa Dial 432-1234 before 6 00 . Of vw1 Nave not received your paper. Saturday�?2 30 . The Boone news Republican weather partly Cloudy and not quite so cold saturday night lows lower 30s. Partly Cloudy sunday. Vol. Xxxii no. 243, vol. Lev no. 9 Boone Iowa saturday evening october to 1970 evening except sunday Carrier delivery fort Dodge will Host conference a every buyer should be aware of his or her rights As a consumer As Well As responsibilities a says Virginia Bishop Extension Home economist. Local persons As Well As eminent speakers will appear on the program of a be consumer Wise at the 4-h auditorium in fort Dodge on tuesday oct. 13, examining these rights and responsibilities. Ben Pollard of Boone will participate on a panel a some Consumers have problems with mrs. Frank Zahner a homemaker from Scranton and mrs. Rex Hansman a family food aide from fort Dodge. They will be discussing the Many kinds of problems senior citizens homemakers and persons with Low income have. These will relate to the use of credit fraud techniques Quality of service hazardous products pollution and unfair sales gimmicks. Julian b. Garrett . Meeting the Boone chapter of the american Field service will hold its second meeting of the year at the Home of mrs. Josephine said 615 Greene on monday oct. 12, at 7 30 . Any who Are interested in learning More about the ass program Are invited to attend. School Board the Boone Community school District Board of education will meet in regular session tuesday night oct. 13, at 7 30 . At the High school. The possible rental of the Ryan High gym for athletic events will be discussed and there la be a report Given on classroom facilities at the secondary level. Julian Garrett assistant attorney general of the consumer Protection division in Des Moines will discuss the consumer Protection Law and assistance his office can provide to Consumers. Edward Lych Wick postal inspector from fort Dodge will relate when a fraud can be handled by the Post office department and Peter Westergaard president of the Iowa Consumers league will explain the purpose and function of this one year old organization. Karen Hull Extension specialist in Home management of Iowa state University will inform the audience of other agencies working for their Benefit a the food and drug administration Federal Trade commission and others. Other local persons appearing on the program will be Chet m. Lawson and August Peitz Meier Boone businessmen. The two of them will appear on a panel a some Consumers cause problems and discuss ways buyers can help make it easier for a store to provide Good service. Panel members will also include Captain William Lamb of the fort Dodge police department and Art Davis superintendent of Parks and forestry in fort Dodge. A a packet of references will be provided to persons attending says mrs. Bishop. The packet will include booklets for personal awareness of consumer rights and responsibilities or May be used for program material for a club meeting. A list of consumer books is included As Well As a list of visuals which May be borrowed from Iowa state University. The Iowa state travelling Library plans a display of the consumer interest books. Other displays Are planned. Virginia Bishop Extension Home economist says that the program will be especially helpful to teachers and other professionals working with Consumers. Homemakers Are encouraged to make plans with neighbors to attend this program As a group for a most interesting and rewarding Day. This is one of the Many Fine events planned by the Iowa state University Extension service. Registration starts at 9 00 . At the auditorium just North of the Junction of highways 20 and 169 in fort Dodge. The program lasts from 9 30 . 3 00 . Men and women Are invited. To Madrid Queen crowned Queen of the Madrid High Homecoming festivities Friday night was Bozich daughter of or. And mrs. Emil Bozich. Miss Bozich was accorded the Honor at the half of the Tiger football game with Dallas Community. Dallas won the contest 18-0. Boone news Republican staff photo by Mike Weber 4sc per week 10c a Faa grounds More planes ask thorough Check of charter service Ogden Royalty these five Lovely Young Ogden girls were the candidates for Homecoming Queen at Ogden High and miss Linda Davidson Center was chosen As Queen. She was crowned during the halftime festivities at the bulldog East Greene football game won by Ogden 42-0. The attendants were l to r Glenda Seaman daughter of the Glen Seamans of route three Denise Craven daughter of the Dwayne Cravens of Ogden Kathy Groves daughter of the Wilbur Groves of Beaver and Linda Kruse daughter of the Ray Krusey of Rural Ogden. The parents of the Queen Are the John Davidsons of Ogden. Boone news Republican staff photo by Mike Weber John q. Public tells How to avoid hijacks by Louise Cook associated press writer new York apr want to prevent an airline hijacking try boxing gloves Bank references or lie Detector tests. These three ideas were among suggestions in letters received by pan american world airways and reported in a recent Issue of the carriers publication the Clipper. The letters offered some Light ideas on an obviously serious subject. Like having the stewardess put boxing gloves on every passenger. A did you Ever see a Man wearing boxing gloves pull a gun a asked one letter writer. A lawyer proposed a make every passenger furnish a Bank presumably people who have Bank accounts done to Hijack planes. Then there was the Man who said every passenger should grasp the handles of a lie Detector and answer the question a Are you planning to Hijack this air plane a among other suggestions a lock All the passengers legs to their seats so they walk around. If someone had to leave this seat during a flight the writer said a Security guard could accompany him. A strip passengers of their clothes and other personal possessions and give them Robes or Kimonos with no hiding place for weapons. A a today a anxious plane trip could become a relaxing Panama party a said the writer. A give passengers smocks to put on Over their own clothes preventing people from reaching their pockets. Design the smocks so passengers need help from a stewardess to get in or out of the garments. A let All the stewardesses Wear big belts with revolvers and Hunting knives. Sure to Cut Down on passes if not piracy. The airline said All letters that Are signed or have a return address Are answered and sent to the Security operations or Legal department for study. It did no to say How Many of the foregoing suggestion ate Likely to be adopted. School lunch week coming president Richard m. Nixon has recently proclaimed the week of oct. 12-16 As a National school lunch week. This week commemorates the school lunch role in keeping the nation healthy and Strong. This years Celebration theme is a always the children mrs. Clarence Clausen Boone school food service director and nutritionist says a this program Means improved health and better accomplishments in school. Nationwide the school school lunch program big business Here Chester Jensen Boone county superintendent of schools says that figures released by the state department of Public instruction hot lunch division show that feeding students in the hot lunch program in Boone county is big business. A total of 606,192 meals were served during the 1969-1970 school year for an average of 3,382 meals per school Day. Many of these meals were either free to students or sold at reduced prices. A Complete breakdown of income and expenditures is shown by the following figures in the Boone Community school District there were 265,-858 lunches served 14,505 of them were free or served at reduced prices there was a total income of $148,561.92 and total expenditures were $144,-419.25. In the grand Community District there were 46,197 served 1,824 free or at reduced prices income amounted to $22,197.21 and expenditures $23,824.87. In Madrid Community 101,-635 served 7,980 free or reduced $43,221.01 income and $50,-976.52 expenditures. In Ogden Community 113,669 served 3,285 free or reduced $53,241.95 income and $55,779.62 expenditures. In United Community 78,833 served 3,764 free or reduced $35,513.11 income and $34,637.51 expenditures. Lunch program is a v/4 billion Dollar business reaching More than 20 million school children daily in the United she went on a school lunches Are rapidly becoming a part of our total educational program. It has been said that if we americans Are to fulfil our commitments at Home and a Broad in the years to come we must be healthy vigorous Active energetic capable and knowledgeable. We know that nutritional education is Basic to physical fitness and an empty stomach is a poor factory for learning. We also know from various surveys and reports some from the White House conference on food nutrition and health that malnutrition in the u. S. Does exist and exists a Mong our affluent As Well As a Mong our the Type a a school lunch is a Well balanced lunch to help meet the food needs of school children and also to help educate students and parents in proper nutrition. Between 1500-1600 school children in the Boone Community schools Are among 400,000 school boys and girls who Are being served this Type lunch each Day. The school lunch service workers report to their Kitchen Early each school morning and busily work at preparing the planned lunches that will Supply at least one third of each child a daily food needs. The lunches Are available at a very reasonable Cost which is made possible with the help of Federal Cash reimbursements and government commodities available. Mrs. Clausen concluded. A we Are helping meet the Challenge of a new generation of youth i leaving our schools equipped As Well with the tools for maintaining their health As they Are with the 3 Washington a a sweeping investigation of the air charter Industry and the Way it is 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 39-death Wichita state disaster. New developments continued to come to Light a week after the oct. 2 crash of a leased twin engine plane in Colorado that killed 13 Wichita football players and other persons accompanying them to a game. Here were the highlights a Volpe bypassing the Faa ordered . Willard j. Smith assistant Secretary of transportation for safety and consumer affairs a a to conduct this i 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 year. 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 passenger traffic toll a this Date 1969______ 600 this Date 1970. 674 increase 74 Boone county total 1969 9 this Date 1970 8 a City of Boone this Date 1970______ 2 5 this Date 1969 0 a total. 1969 a 0 a 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 september 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 a task Force of people competent to examine this from various areas of the an 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 Char ters 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 it 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 Ariz. The Pilot feathered both engines on that Wing and landed safely. The team took off again the next morning in the same plane. In november another Vance charter had an engine go out in route to Fresno Calif. It stopped in Las vegas for repairs. Coach John Symank said a after about nine hours of waiting for those a minor repairs a we took off again did a 30-degree turn and landed. The no. 2 prop was still the team eventually got to Fresno the next Day. This year Northern arizonans Only flight is on a charter from a scheduled airline. Nato begins biggest War games of year user plans Maneu vers too Brussels apr the North Atlantic treaty organization begins its biggest War games of the year today in the Eastern Mediterranean while the russians hold Maneu vers far to the North in East Germany. The soviet bloc has billed its exercise called a brotherhood in arms a As the biggest since world War ii. There have been reports that As Many As 580,000 men from seven countries May be participating although the actual number May not be much More than 100,000. Eight Western countries will be using about 100,000 men in their exercise a deep both exercises involve air sea and land forces and funding operations. Gen. Heinz Hoffman East Germany a defense minister has been named commander of the Eastern blocks games. Soviet Marshall Ivan Yakubovsky commander in chief of All Warsaw pact forces is also on hand. The scenario for the games has not been disclosed but it May be something like this the Atlantic Alliance is supposed to have attacked from West Germany and attempted landings on East Germany a Baltic coast. The soviets and their allies counterattack with air sea and ground forces. The Maneu vers Are believed to have started tuesday and Are to last through oct. 20. The Western allies were also silent about the kind of Battle they Are simulating in northeastern Greece european Turkey and the Aegean sea. It will last until oct. 22. Fifty thousand greek and turkish troops Are involved and probably As Many More Are participating from six other countries including the United states Britain and West Germany. Considerable mystery surrounds the nato games due in part to the embarrassment caused by Strong opposition in Many Western nations to any Contact with the present government of Greece. A spokesman for the allies supreme Headquarters said he did not know whether any reporters if any had been invited and that no further news would be Given out in Brussels. . Army Gen. Andrew j. Goodpaster supreme Allied commander of nato forces in Europe has described the exercise As he said in announcing the Maneu vers that elements of the Allied command Europe Mobile Force would be airlifted from Home stations within Europe to the exercise area and that nato land forces would hold joint Maneu vers with National troops in Northern Greece and Turkey. Allied command Europe air units will provide fighter bomber support and reconnaissance for the land operations. Nato naval participation includes aircraft carriers and amphibious units. Weather record yesterdays figure up to 6 . Today High a 40 Low a 30 4 temp at 6 . A 31 prec. A Trace River level a .64 a arc meeting Boone played Host to a District meeting of the women a Relief corps All Day Friday and pictured Are some of the top officers present. They Are l to r Beulah Clum of Webster City department executive Board member Ethel Lorentzen of Scranton department senior aide Lucy Hamil of Boone the local corps president Frances Schelberger of Scranton the department Secretary and Ethel Sloan of Jefferson the department president. News Republican staff photo by Mike Weber

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