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Bryan Daily Eagle (Newspaper) - October 4, 1970, Bryan, Texas Vol. 95 a no. 78newsbriefs narcotics Washington a the United states will Issue a Strong Call this week for firm action to end the illicit cultivation of opium poppies and other sources of narcotics. It will criticize a without naming them a other governments for failing to act. Triple shooting Canyon Tex. A West Tex i authorities were unable to determine a motive sunday in a shooting at an outdoor Barbecue in Palo Duro Canyon state Park that left two women and one Man dead. Officers said Ray c. Sims 43, of Amarillo shot his estranged wife Jackie Sims 40, and Dorothy Quinn 31, of Clovis n. M., before turning a Shotgun on himself. State fair Dallas apr workers were Labouring Over the weekend to prepare the state fair of Texas for its opening next saturday. The opening will Mark the 84th event that includes exhibits shows football games livestock judging and other affairs that annually draw about a free million persons through Sao Paulo Brazil a a Spe Ciai prosecutor has accused 16 san Paulo policemen of executing a Small time Crook during a Mission for the notorious a death it was the most sweeping government action against the death squads since they first appeared in Brazil 12 years East phenom penh Cambodia a a cambodian military spokesman said saturday enemy forces apparently Are massing for new attacks on the outer defense ring of phenom penh. La fire los Angeles a Cooling temperatures fog and the first rain since june helped fire fighters saturday Knock do in the last of the devastating Brush and Timber fires that have ravaged California for More than a week. Pollution space Center Houston apr the manned spacecraft Center said saturday it has always met or exceeded All local state and Federal standards on water pollution and will continue to do so. Ii n a e x Bridge. Crossword. Deaths. . 4a editorials Horoscope. Sports. Spot. Women a Section. 6a-10a want ads. The daily Eagle sine 1876 Bryan College station Texas sunday october 4,1970 48 pages a it 5 sections. 20 cents b is mayors kick off United Campaign week Jerome Jack Zubik of Bryan and d. A. Andy Anderson of College station sign proclamations today Marks Start for United drives Volunteer workers in Bryan and College station today begin the Battle against two of Many a most limited assets time and. Money with High Hopes of beating both to raise nearly $131,000 for Charity within a week. I n simultaneous efforts climaxing next sunday the Bryan United fund chaired by g. Hanover is pushing toward a $101,000 goal and the College station United Chest headed by Charlie Johnson Hopes to amass $29,975. Both drives will be helped by a similar week Long Effort at Texas a amp a University headed by or. John m. Prescott. Volunteers for both agencies will be knocking on doors and asking the same thing please contribute a single Days pay to Charity. This will be the first time both drives will be conducted at the same time and the first time the campaigns will be confined to a single week. Last year the drives were held separately and lasted for several months. To remind Bryan residents to contribute and to Mark the Progress in the of drive a fund thermometer has been set downtown at Bryan and 25th streets. The Effort is also being mentioned in Church bulletins. In both cities businesses with marquees will display reminders. Contributions May be made at any Bank or in Bryan at the of office at 1706 s. Texas in the Sunnyland shopping Center. Publicity chairmen for the drives . Erwin and . Roberts have urged contributors not to wait for Volunteer workers to Contact them a we need every possible contribution if we Are to meet our budgets a Erwin said. At a amp a donors May say on their pledge cards whether they want their contributions to go to the Bryan or College station drive. If no designation is made or. Prescott said the donation will be split Between the two drives in proportion to their budgets. Victory marchers rally at Washington Monument Washington a win the War marchers thousands Strong paraded their Vietnam Victory banners Down Pennsylvania Avenue saturday. The Rev. Carl Mcintire led the Way a Victory chant on his lip and a Bible under his Arm. . Park police estimated the crowd at meant ire a Washington Monument Victory rally at 15,000 to 20,000 people. The fundamentalist radio preacher had hoped to present South vietnamese vice president Nguyen Cao Kyas the featured performer at a Washington Monument rally but he was absent. By did Send a statement declaring his people a determined to stand firm in face of communist Kyd a wife second Choice As a stand in did no to make it either. The by message was read by Tran Khoa hoc second Secretary of the South vietnamese embassy. The Park police estimated 15,000 to 20,000 people were at the Raly. District of Columbia police at i . Had estimated the turnout at 8,000 As the March funnelled onto the Monument grounds. The crowd was Only a traction of the 50,000 people Mcintire had estimated would r ally in support of a win the War policy in Vietnam and a crusade against communism everywhere. Mcintire himself claimed there were 250,000 people on hand. A my words Here today Are the words of the vietnamese people who Are determined to fulfil their aspirations for peace and Freedom and who Hope to Nave the continued assistance of the american people and of other Peoples in the world who cherish peace and Freedom a the by message said. The South vietnamese vice president said he would have come himself but for indications that his appearance might stir unrest and violence. There was in fact Little trouble at the rally Only a few minor skirmishes Between marchers in hard hats and Youthful counter demonstrators. One group of men in plastic hard hats took a North vietnamese Flag away from a Long haired youth and burned it. Washington police said about 25 people were arrested for disorderly conduct As a result of incidents at the rally. Mcintire said president Nixon a is responsible himself for the strategy that is keeping or. By from speaking to he also said Secretary of state William p. Rogers tried to Block the by visit. American flags fluttered in the warm october sunlight. There were Confederate flags see marchers Page 4a us Britain ask new cease fire London apr president Nixon and prime minister Edward Heath examined saturday the soviet unions Aims from Cuba to Cape town and agreed to work for a 90-Day Extension of the Middle East cease fire. They also decided to investigate whether the russians Are out to dominate the Indian Ocean. Authorized British and . Sources reported on the talks Between the two chiefs at Chequers outside London. With Secretary of state William p. Rogers and Britain a foreign Secretary sir Alec Douglas Home conferring separately Nixon and Heath talked about the Vietnam War the affairs of Europe and the Mideast crisis. British authorities came away with the impression a renewed . Peace initiative is being shaped up for the Mideast As soon As the situation in Egypt a a a cease fire to continue says Egypt Washington apr the United states has received assurances from the leaders of Egypt a interim government that they will continue the policy of the late president Nasser in seeking negotiated settlement of the conflict with Israel. The assurances were Given in talks which president Nixon a special envoy to the Nasser funeral Secretary of welfare Elliot Richardson had with the provisional president Anwar Sadat and other officials. Richardson returned Here Early saturday. The attitude expressed by the egyptian leaders who hold office pending election of a successor to Nasser strengthens the belief of Nixon administration authorities that the middie East cease fire can be preserved and extended and that serious peace negotiations May yet be started Between the Arab states and Israel. President Nixon will face decisions on How the United states should approach the october discussions at the United nations in new York soon after his return monday from his trip across Southern Europe. U. S. And British officials announced saturday from Ireland Nixon a last Stop on his tour that the two countries have agreed on the desirability of extending for 90 Days the ceasefire agreement now scheduled to expire nov. 5. Administration officials report privately that the prospects for containing the Case fire and eventually getting Israel Egypt see egyptians Page 4a and Jordan stabilize. In the meantime there was agreement to work for an Extension of the Arab israeli cease fire another three months until february. The current cease fire began at 6 ., Edt aug. 7 and is due to end at 6 ., Edt on nov. 5. Informants said Nixon and Heath both Felt it essential to win More time for the cease fire if peacemaking is to be resumed. Nixon is hour Stopover in London came Between visits to Spain and the Irish Republic. It gave Little Opportunity for talks in depth about world affairs. But the two leaders and their top aides got Down to business see Nixon Page a. Gold Star girl boy designated the Gold Star girl and boy were selected and More than 125 other youths honoured saturday at the 1970 Brazos county 4-h achievement program. The 1970 Gold Star girl is Patricia Horst daughter of mrs. Cecelia Horst and the Gold Star boy is Danny Cas Tenson son of or. And mrs. R. C. Castenson. Patricia is a member of St. Joseph 4-h club Danny of Tabor 4-h club. The Danforth a i dare you winners were Gwendolyn Thomas action 4-h girl and Donald Bates Rock Prairie 4-h boy. At ceremonies in Guion Hall on the Texas a amp a University Campus Donna Lunsford and Jim Welch last years Gold Star winners presented the Gold Star and Danforth awards. John w. Hill Bryan rotary club vice president gave special plaques to the Gold Star winners. These special awards were also presented a sanitary farm dairies special Dairy trophy to Tommy Castenson Tabor 4-h, by Richard Reynolds. A producers cooperative Assn. Outstanding livestock trophy to Clay Mccullock Crockett 4-h, by Lloyd Joyce. A Feather rest outstanding poultry award to Morris Glock Zin Crockett 4-h. A Brazos co. 4-h adult leaders Assn. Outstanding livestock award to Jeff Joyce Ross Henderson 4-h, by or. Harold w. Franke. The a Friend of 4-h award was presented to or. Harold w. Franke of the a amp a animal science department by Marcia Wilson. The Honor is presented annually by county 4-h members to the individual or organization who has Given his time to support the 4-h program. See Star Page 4a Cairo mourners denounce Israel by the associated press thousands of egyptians tramped through the streets of Cairo saturday shouting slogans denouncing Israel but they continued to mourn the death of president carnal Abdel Nasser. Premier Alexei n. Kosygin left Cairo for Moscow after admonishing egyptian leaders to stand by the .-initiated peace plan for the Middle East and the 90-Day cease fire the authoritative newspaper Al ashram reported. Acting president Anwar Sadat considered by Many diplomats a Likely member of a new collective leadership to replace Nasser said goodbye to Kosygin at Cairo a Airport. A joint soviet egyptian communique published later in Moscow said the two countries intend to a continue pooling and coordinating efforts aimed at a settlement of the Middle East it added that the so Viet Union and Egypt a again reaffirmed Hie need for the earliest elimination of the consequences of israeli aggression and establishment of a lasting peace in the Middle East for All Peoples of that area. The Cairo demonstrations followed prominent display in egyptian newspapers of the . Senate passage of a Bill authorizing unlimited arms sales to Israel. Cairo a largest demonstration was a March by thousands along Ramses Street to the mosque where Nasser was buried. The procession was noisy with slogans calling for a hard line against Israel but orderly. Many of the marchers were school children. At the mosque the demonstrators formed a quiet line and filed past Nasser a grave. Police blocked All Side streets leading to Ramses Street with see egyptians Page 4a Bond attorney advises separation of City schools by Dave Mayes Eagle City editor some new answers to some old questions surrounding the Bryan Eity schools controversy were Given newsmen at last weeks news conference with City commissioners and school trustees. For the first time the City a Bond attorney stated publicly that Complete separation of the school system from the City a can conclude All Legal inquiries into the Structure of the governing bodies. A use cation combined with an elected school Board will cure All Legal problems a said Ray Hutchinson of Dallas. In reply to a question he said the problems facing the City and the schools could be corrected voluntarily by approving both proposals petitioned last month. One petition requests an election on whether the school trustees should be elected or continue to be appointed the other seeks a vote on whether the schools should be separated from the City. The news conference followed a joint session of the City commission and the school Board thursday morning. Only Hutchinson City atty. Pete Eckert three commissioners and one trustee stayed to answer questions. Attending were mayor Jerome Jack Zubik commissioners Mary Ann Parker and Faulk and trustee . Bill Thomason. All four have advocated separation. The rest of the commissioners and trustees most of whom have said they favor an elected school Board without separation left after the joint session recessed. School Board president Calvin r. Guest told the Eagle later that he thought the joint session was the press conference and said he had not heard Zubik announce the conference would immediately follow. Calling an elected school Board still joined to the City Only a a partial Hutchinson speculated that a if the school and City Are not separated now they will be separated by other Means a in a very Short other actions that could be taken Hutchinson explained could be to get an act passed by the legislature which would be unlikely if the separation first Bank amp Trust number one for a reason. Vote fails or obtain a judicial declaration. In separation he said All that happens is that the Power to Issue Bonds and Levy taxes is transferred from the City commission to an elected school Board. Hutchinson was asked what effect the Texas education code re codified in the last session of the legislature has on the Powers of the Bryan school system. A was far As this District is concerned a the Dallas attorney answered a there have been some clarifications in Powers of taxation and things of this nature but i done to believe the present Texas education code is substantial different today in the area in which we deals than it has been for Many Many what will separation Cost if the school system has to assess and collect its own taxes Zubik replied he would strongly recommend that the City offer to continue to collect school taxes at no expense to the school system. A some who Are opposed to separation have said it would Cost Al least $50,000 for the school District to collect us own taxes. The mayor also said it would not make the uti Itzy system any easier to sell under separation As some have contended. Zubik said the utilities could be sold Only if the proposition were put to a vote of the people and if it carried by a two thirds majority. Hutchinson added it was a extremely doubtful under any circumstances a that things could Ever even go that tar because of the Bonds owed on the system. The mayor was asked what a vested ownership the school had in the Utility Power Plant. See separation. Pace a

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