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Burlington Hawk Eye (Newspaper) - December 21, 1970, Burlington, Iowa Borlaug burdened by each tick of clock Cresco up a the tick ing seconds of time Are Bur Dening the mind of Nobel prize Winner or. Norman Borlaug a the father of the a Green revolution a As he struggles with the worlds food shortage. A each second that clocks ticks there Are 2.2 additional Mouths to feed a Borlaug said. And by the turn of the Century each tick will be louder and More menacing and produce four More Mouths to Borlaug who received t h e 1970 Nobel peace prize for his work in developing a a Miracle wheat which allows heavier fertilization resulting in higher yields returned to his native Cresco Home saturday for a Borlaug a never ending Job despite Progress made in solv ing the food problems. Borlaug said this is a a never ending Job because the clock keeps ticking away eroding the Progress we have if population continues to spiral upward Borlaug predicted the world will face additional crises before food becomes a major problem again. Borlaug reminisced with 24 of the 72 graduating members or three Levels of government were represented by three speakers at a Borlaug Day saturday in Cresco. They Are from left or. Ned Bayler Hawk Eye photos by Bill Morton assistant Secretary of agriculture Iowa gov. Robert Ray and Cresco mayor pro tem Wayne Solomon. I of the 1932 Cresco High school graduating class. A a you a know Norman right away he has t changed a bit a said one former classmate mrs. Alden rider. As Borlaug went to the platform to make his comments i he stepped Down into the Audi ence and tenderly kissed his 82-year-old Mother mrs. Henry Borlaug who lives in a nearby nursing Home. His father who also is confined to the nursing Home did not attend the ceremony because of failing eyesight. At the three hour ceremony Borlaug received several awards including a recognition plaque from gov. Robert d. Ray who said a doing his Best and competing his hardest was always a constant Rule for or. Borlaug also criticized the United states government for sending a unprepared youths into underdeveloped nations. The 56-year-old agriculture Al scientist said the youths often a cause confusion when they Are sent to the underdeveloped countries through Var a ious Aid programs. Borlaug an ardent support her of youth said however they can if properly directed be of Benefit to nations in need of greater food production. Erecting Monument the chamber of Commerce of this Northeast Iowa Community of 3.800 persons said they would erect a Monument to Borlaug who was educated in a one a room school Here. In addition the Community also will mint a Coin in recognition of Borlaug a achievements in the area of agriculture. Sunday Borlaug travelled to Decorah where he received an honorary doctor of science de Gree from Luther College. He called there for governments of capitalist nations to increase eco Monic support for the poor. He said an increase in food products will be diminished if a the economically poor still cannot afford to buy Hometown boy makes Rood. Or. Norman Borlaug. Nobel peace prize Winner returned to his Hometown of Cresco la., saturday to be honoured by his friends and neighbors. Continue pair of charges a it. Madison woman was granted a continuance to dec. 31 when she appeared in municipal court monday on charges of operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated and failure to yield. Wanda v. Sturms. 30. 930 15th St., was arrested Early saturday on Roosevelt. The continuance was granted for the results of a breath test. Also in court Patrick Odell Moore 19, 605 n. Central pleaded guilty to a charge of driving while his License was under suspension. He was arrested sunday. Sentencing was continued to tuesday. Lawrence William Anderson 21. 310 s. Garfield pleaded innocent to a similar charge. A jury trial was scheduled for feb. 18. Recipe surgery Stafford England up a after the icing had been put on 12 Large Christmas cakes Cooks at the Royal air Force base at Stafford remembered they had forgotten to put in the Brandy. Medical officers at the base came to the Rescue. They used a hypodermic syringe to inject the Brandy into the cakes. Tho Hawk Eye Burlington Iowa a monday december 21, 1970 site opening sensational the Success Story told by manager Dick Mulligan of the grand opening of the site Oil co. Service station at it. Pleasant and Weimer Over the weekend conjures up statistics that boggle the mind and sketch the imagination. The opening which precipitate a a Brief Price War among stations throughout the City a was just wonderful really terrific a Mulligan said. A we sold 31.000 Gallons in three Days. There were times when we were pumping 1,500 Gallons an hour a he said. That much Gas could Send most cars around the world 15 to 20 times. Or had astronaut Neil Armstrong really a a paved a the Way to the lunar surface it could have powered Many autos on a round trip to the Moon and Back nearly a half million Miles. Special grand opining gasoline prices went Back to Normal monday morning. Mulligan said after his men had pumped Gas As fast As a gallon every two seconds into literally thousands of cars and trucks. Did no to get impatient the customers a were real congenial a he said a and they did t get impatient at ally waiting their turns at the pumps. Other stations had also returned to Normal per gallon prices monday a Survey showed some tipsters suggested to the Hawk Eye that the War eco station at Central and Maple had sold out a its tanks were dry monday morning. But such was not quite the Case. A i wish that were True a an employee said a but really our truck broke Down on the Way Down from he indicated a fresh fuel Supply was expected at any time. Aussie Ballet visit Sydney up a the .72-i member australian Ballet company left Sydney today for an 11-week tour of the United states and Canada. The Ballet will visit 18 cities under american promoter sol Hurok. Opening in los Angeles dec. 26 with guest appearances by Rudolf Nureyev and Lucette Aldous. Wilson starts prison term it. Pleasant Frank Edward Wilson 24, was to be transferred to the Iowa state Penitentiary in it. Madison late monday to begin serving a prison term a not exceeding eight District judge William s. Cahill handed Down the sentence monday in Henry county District court Here. Wilson was found guilty of manslaughter dec. 3 at the conclusion of a three Day trial. He was charged in the june 27 strangulation death of his estranged wife Sharrine Ray 23. Her body was found face Down in big Creek about five Miles Northwest of Here. Wilson had been charged with murder but was found guilty of the lesser charge after the jury of seven men and five women had deliberated almost six hours. Manslaughter carries a maximum sentence of eight year imprisonment and a $1,000 Fine. Maximum sentence for second degree murder is life imprisonment and minimum sentence of to years in prison. Bord on Appeal was set at $5,000. Body in Creek the body of Wilson s wife was found in the Creek beside her car. Autopsy reports showed she had died of strangulation. Testimony Given at the trial included a confession Given by Wilson to agents of the Iowa Bureau of criminal investigation relating the events leading to his wife a strangulation. Personal testimony Given by Wilson substantiated most of the written testimony and revealed that Wilson was on a a drug trip the night of the death. He said he had taken a a four Way Sunshine Pill the night of june 26. He also told of a subsequent struggle Between him and his wife at the death site during which his wife a went Limp in his arms. Wilson said the next thing he remembers was being in the water and pulling his wife s body into the Creek. The Wilsons had been married in december 1967, shortly after each graduated from it. Pleasant High school where he had been a Star halfback on the 1963 state Champion football team. They were separated twice after that and she filed for divorce in May 1970. The Wilsons have two children Teresa 4%, and Patrick 2, who have been living with relatives. Poverty line higher i Washington up the Bureau of labor statistics says it now takes More than $7,100 a year for a typical Urban family i of four to keep a Low but adequate Standard of living. The figure is $140 More than last Spring and $550 higher than 18 months ago. I Hawk Eye happenings police said nothing was taken j August Linden maintenance during a break in at the Santos superintendent at the Fairway Villarreal apartment 302 s. Shopping Center reported to third. Entry was gained police that every night about through a hallway door officers three or four Christmas lights said. Are stolen from atop the garage. Help inc. Youth line narcotic. Drug or any Pron Lorn Call 2-1218 Between a a la Delly Younkers open tonight tues. Amp wed. Till 9 ., thurs. Till 5.�?adv. The West Burlington High school Christmas concert will be held at 7 30 Tuesday at the Middle school gymnasium. Felix Vondracek will direct the concert band and mixed chorus in the program. Home grown Christmas tree is sized up before cutting by or. And mrs. Jack Mclane 1418 amp Washington who grow Trees on their 77-acre nature farm six Miles South of new London. Armed robbery at service station Burlington police continued he could use to open the station ii monday their investigation into sunday. It the theft of $380 a taken he said the two left through Quot saturday night at gunpoint from a South door and escaped on Agency Oil station 3230 Agency. I foot. The men did not Wear Jujj officers Are working from masks police said. It vague descriptions of two men Hamrick said one Man had it Given by Bobby Gene Hamrick Block hair and a Goatee and x 33, 2401 Madison who was work j the other red. Kinky hair. No it ing a the station when the Rob Facia descriptions were Given. I Bery of tired. Hamrick told officers hot thought one Man was brandishing a .25 Caliper pistol. Crime Alert Call 754-4636 or 911 an 11-to-Midnight Christmas eve service at first United methodist Church will take its theme from Phillips Brooks everywhere everywhere Christmas tonight. The service has been planned by the pastor or g. Dempster Yinger and the senior High methodist youth Fellowship. Donna Fitzpatrick is now taking appointments. Dorothy Annas Salon of Beauty 1401 Smith 753-1603. Adv. Tim Paul Mack 806 s. Ninth reported to police that a tape player and about to tapes were stolen from his car while parked at his residence. Traditional amp Lovely poin have Santa visit with your Mettias in red Pink amp White children in your own Home any at Das Blumenhaur 528 evening. Also parties Organiza summer a Tel. 3-2155 for free tiers Etc. 4-4884 or 2-8853. A delivery a open till 7. A adv. Jadv. Hamrick told officers he had locked the station doors about 10 30 And was beginning to count the Money when a Man knocked on a window. Hamrick said the five years Man was waving a Dollar Bill co1a and said he wanted ii Mic ill a a cigarettes. Hamrick said when he opened marijuana the door the Man stuck a gun in his face. Two men then in Tereo the station and demanded All the Money he said. It. About 75 Christmas lights were stolen from the front Yard of the de Whitham residence 2716 Clearview police said. New City maps available at. The Burlington Hawk a Eye 50c. A adv. Denom a pizza open 11-1 daily a adv. It. Madison a Madison Man convicted dec. 9. Of Selling marijuana was sen Hamrick said the men took fenced monday to five years $330, but at his request they in Jowa state Penitentiary. Left $21 and some change which Joe is j0jin p Lunsford 38, it who was arrested May 9, 1969, it with Clifford h. Polton 50, also it of it. Madison. Polton was earlier sentenced to three years in the Penitentiary on an identical conviction of Selling marijuana. Both were arrested by it. Take a verse break St. Albans England up a the ver poets society says it will establish a poets parlor next month in the City Center Madison police after Burlington for housewives who want to police detective Jay Holley take a break from their working undercover purchased shopping to write poetry. The from them to pounds of parlor will be equipped with marijuana for $420 in marked paper pens and a typewriter Bills. It Penneys Christmas clearance take a look at these savings and then shop til to tonight tuesday wednesday women sportswear reduced choose from a wide selection of items tops orig. $6. Now 4.44 orig. $7.now 5.44 orig. 8.44 skirts orig. $6.now 4.44 orig. $7.now 5.44 orig. $9.now 7.44 Slacks orig. $7.now 5.44 orig. $8.now 5.44 orig. $10.now 8.44 vests orig. $10.now 844 mens All weather Coats reduced to Clear lined. Orig. 39.95. 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Zero match boxy cars great stocking stuffers orig. 55c. Now us artificial Christmas Trees orig. 21.98. Now 16.88. 141 a orig. 15.99. Now. I ze00 computer cars the kids program them. A orig. 3.33. Now. Ze44 mini car factory build your own mini cars # of orig. $7.88. Now. 000 fire chief truck pedal car. 3 it. Long i a of orig. 24.98. Now. I be # Chubby autos cute Little pedal cars o of orig. 10.98. Now. Yeso assorted gift War choose from Christmas Cao paper bows amp ribbons our wooden toy Chest lots of room for toys a of orig. 12.99. Now. Leyy x it it it x it it it it i it i j i i it it it it i it it it it it it it it it it it it it it it it it it it it it it it open till to Tonight ennui in downtown Burlington open tuesday amp wednesday 8 30 to to And thursday 8 30 to 5

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