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Burlington Hawk Eye (Newspaper) - September 28, 1970, Burlington, Iowa Hawk Eye tems Park fund gets psychological financial boost the City Beautiful committee of the chamber of Commerce got both a financial and a psychological boost from a former Burlington resident in its efforts to raise $1,400 for new Crapo Park plantings in time for an oct. La Celebration of the Parks 75 the anniversary. Mrs. Herbert Boyd of Des Moines the former Doris Jarvis of Burlington sent $50 for the fund raising project. Her accompanying letter explained a enclosed is a contribution to the improvements in Crapo Park. A this is a Small return for what has been received Over Many years a the Joy and adventure in childhood and now the Tranquility to release from tension a and always the continuing Delight. A there was always someone a personal interest in the Park which made it so different from others. This was evident the original planning As Well As in the care Given by the Schneider family and the occasional support of a City official. A it is Good to see the chamber of Commerce involvement. Looks like someone cares enough to give the necessary time and attention. In the struggle for priorities it takes a deep personal interest. A the Snake Alley improvement is delightful too. There Are so Many Small things about the town which have interest or Charm. Each year i discover something. That seems impossible and is part of the pleasure of visiting. A we spend our vacation in Burlington each year and probably would Seldom visit if it were not for the contributions in any amount for new plantings can be s e n t to the chamber of Commerce office in hotel Burlington. The following is classified information there a something new in Hawk Eye want ads starting today. A we now offer 75 different classifications of advertisements in the want and columns where we previously had Only co a Ai Schaefer classified advertising manager announced. A the new classifications will make it much easier for readers to find what they re looking for whether it be for Aire rent sell or buying. A the new classifications should also produce better readership of the want and columns which will produce better results for the people who advertise in the want and Section a Schaefer added. Some of the new a few of the new classifications will include Antiques boats and sporting equipment mechanical equipment Farmers wants air planes and stocks. Rental classifications will now include furnished apartments unfurnished apartments House furnished House unfurnished and offices for rent. Check the new rate card and All the classifications that Are now available on the want and pages of today a Hawk Eye. Smoke was heavy lights were needed a we have to keep our lights on All Day because of the heavy smoke and we have to keep All the doors and windows closed to keep out Fly Ash a mrs. R. R. Burbank reported from Chula Vista calif., sunday. The former Ruth Pfeiffer she was reporting on the Forest fire situation in her area to her parents or. And mrs. William Pfeiffer of new London. 1 mrs. Burbank said her husband had just finished a 13-hour fire fighting stretch. Roads in the area she said were filled with cars of those leaving fire devastated areas. Weather forecast partly Cloudy and not so Cool tonight partly Cloudy and warmer tuesday. Low tonight 47 High tuesday 75. River stages Burlington a Down .2 Keithsburg 7.9 Augusta 7.0, Down 2.0. Mott to Saint Biezad grab you the Burlington Hawk Eye 134th year no. 68 Gilday taken at gunpoint hostages of Worcester mass. Up elusive William m. Gilday a Middle aged sex convict wanted in the fatal shooting of a patrolman during a $26,000 Bank Holdup was arrested at gunpoint today after holding a Young married couple hostage All night. Police said no shots were fired As Gilday was captured in a station Wagon at Billings Square. Hostages unharmed the hostages were unharmed officials said. The suspect who had been released from jail in june and enrolled in northeastern University in Boston took the Young hostages sunday night in the Haverhill area near the new Hampshire line about 50 Miles Northeast of this Central Massachusetts City. He was captured As the slain policeman was being buried in Boston. He emerged from a weekend of hiding As authorities in Colorado worked on returning a second suspect to Massachusetts. Two other Young women remained at Large and were believed on the West coast while a fifth suspect was held in custody in Boston. Earlier Story on Page 2. Us demands release of six hostages Washington up the state department said monday six americans apparently Are still being held hostage by Arab guerrillas in Jordan. It demanded their release. Spokesman John f. King said the . Embassy in Amman tried to confirm reports that the six had been turned Over to the egyptian embassy there but was unable to do so. A we pledge our continuing and unremitting efforts for the release of the remaining six americans now being held against their will a King said. We Call upon those holding these passengers to release them asked who appeared to be holding the americans he said that was not Clear. But he said it appeared to be the Arab guerrillas. Thou Rome up president Nixon personally greeted freed american Airliner hostages monday visited with Pope part i and received a tumult acclaim from thousands romans As he ended his off visit to Italy. Nixon interrupted his Ial schedule to Greet 26 or apprised hostages telling the that a combination of .wer and restraint led to their Liberty. A i think i feel As Happy As you do a said Nixon beaming As the passengers who had phone 754-8161 Burlington Iowa monday september 28, 1970 22 pages a two sections Price 10� guerrillas claim massacre coming by United press International tunisian Premier Bahi lady Ham flew today from Cairo to Amman to police the agreement ending the jordanian civil War but he ran into renewed guerrilla broadcasts reporting new fighting in the North and condemning the agreement As Only a link on the guerrilla broadcasts Over Damascus and Baghdad radios denounced the agreement As Only a breathing spell for King Hussein a army before the a a massacre starts again. In the meantime Israel reported incidents involving guerrillas were at the lowest Point since the 1967 War. Conference Accord the agreement was worked out at a Cairo conference this week attended by eight Arab Heads of state and Kings and by King Hussein of Jordan and Chest drive emphasizing smiling advice from two third graders is that Drivers should be especially careful and watch for children when going through school zones. Robert Dowell left 8-year-old son of or. And mrs. William Dowell of 634 Ramsey and Tore Egeland 8-year-old, daughter of or. And mrs. Noel Egeland of 306 e. Pennington Are students at West Burlington Grade school. The novel treatment of a safety theme was devised by Hawk Eye photographer Michael Hatt. Stops traffic Vio policeman a of the Mouthy police Sal de by the s Yasser Arafat the guerrilla Leader. They also flew Back to Amman today but in separate planes. Amman itself was reported quiet and a massive International Relief operation began. Relief supplies went in from the israeli occupied West Bank of the Jordan and hospitals in five Arab communities there went on the Alert to receive civil War victims. The United states sent in two american military hospitals on a 28 plane Airlift from West Germany and Britain including 96 Beds 20 doctors 15 male nurses two dentists and one veterinarian. They also took with them a water purification system. Supplies for victims four u. S. Air Force c130 transport planes left in Ciurlik airbase in Southern Turkey today with 40 tons of food and Medicine for the War victims reported to total in the tens of thousands. International red Cross planes also poured in Relief supplies. Arafat Leader of the Al Fatah organization took Over of All guerrilla ring the civil War. But today guerrilla radios based in Damascus and Baghdad were scornful of the Cairo agreement and said they rejected some parts of the 14-Point plan. Langham is head of a watchdog committee that is to see that terms of the agreement Are carried out. A separate cease fire committee made up of Arab representatives also was Active in Amman where it announced Over Amman radio it would take up truce positions and called for an end to All fighting. Town shelled the Damascus based guerrilla radio said army troops shelled the Northern town of Ajlouny during the night and said a the action raises the question whether the plotters who engineered the massacre want to push the Damascus based station said the guerrillas will never agree to a giving up their demands for Freedom of movement and staying amidst its one key Point in the agreement was the withdrawal of guerrillas and army men from Amman something the guerrillas have always rejected. Ter of All White Church to congregation a racist Cleveland up one policeman was shot to death and his partner wounded seriously today when they stopped a car for a traffic violation and the two men inside opened fire on them. Patrolman Joseph Tracz i 27, was killed by a Bullet ii Chest As he Lay on a is wounded police said before he was strip fatal Bullet he wounded in the foot. Parti officer Traczy repo it to de on e gunman and shot him. Fled on foot. Amp a Larry Miller one officers answering the a alarm said he heard a Ember of shots fired. They were so rapid it sounded like an automatic weapon a Miller said. Nixon is on limousine then after a lengthy meeting with the Pope Nixon was cheered by thousands As he emerged from the Vatican. He stood on top of his limousine at one Point when tumultuous crowds pressed through police lines to reach him. It was the warmest reception Given him a or any american a resident a since Dwight d. Eisenhower visited Rome in 1959. So Many people jammed into the Broad via Della Concilia Zione the president was forced to delay his scheduled departure by helicopter for his visit to the . 6th Fleet. Police said 10,000 persons lining the streets cheered Nixon in Sharp contrast to the indifferent reception earlier when he travelled in a 13-car motorcade to the Vatican. But several leaflets were scattered along the route when in Rome. Earlier denouncing Nixon and . Foreign policy. Talk a conflicts in a communique the Vatican said Nixon and the Pope talked about a the conflicts which Are affecting some regions of the it said a particular reference was made to the situation in the Middle East which risks disappointing the Hopes aroused by the Arab israeli ceasefire and by the Prospect of possible Nixon a sudden decision to Greet the hostages delayed the Start of a gala luncheon Given in his Honor at Quirinale Palace by president Giuseppe Sara Gat Nixon highlights his Mission for peace and stability in the Middle East with a flight to the aircraft Carrier Saratoga late today and Day Long conferences tuesday with . Commanders at sea and nato officials in Naples. Police broke up a crowd of 200 students demonstrating against Nixon a visit outside the . Consulate in Naples today. Ten youths were arrested. But All was Calm in Rome under heavy Security precautions that coincided with the presidents arrival Sunay night. Stresses Security White House press Secretary Ronald Ziegler said Niron and Sara Gat in a morning conference at the Quirinale Palace stressed the importance of the Mediterranean to european Security. Nixon called it the a Southern Anchor of the nato Alliance. Nixon a is concerned about . Influence in the Mediterranean where a growing soviet naval Force is challenging americans Long standing strategic dominance. Irs months clerical per cent of income from management personnel lose in the professions. Mrs. Mildred Adamitz executive Secretary of the Burlington Community Chest since 1946, will be honoured at the dinner. She plans to retire at the end of the current Campaign a the 25th in which she has had a major part. The 12 agencies supported by the Community Chest Are the red Cross boy and girl scouts Myca and Owca Jena ii Coulter Day Nursery salvation army productions inc., visiting nurses assn., Uso the Iowa chapter of the arthritis foundation and the Iowa children a and family services. Whit Niehaus jr., is general chairman of this years Campaign. Philip a. Paule is co chairman. Report meetings for All divisions Are scheduled oct. 7 and 14 with a final report on oct. 21. The report meetings will be at 12 15 . At the Owca. The Advance phase and professional divisions Are already at work in the Campaign and have raised $49,101. A if you done to do it it wont get done. Give the United Way is the theme of this years Campaign. The Campaign Cabinet in charge of planning and policy includes Niehaus Paule and James Adams Claude Ernst Robert Geren Wayne Hogberg Joe Johnson Rev. Donald Klohr Ralph Mcadams Larry Roach William Steele Ronald Walker mrs. Ralph Davis Roy Holmberg mrs. Adamitz and mrs. Max Fry. Candidate found shot to death St. Louis to. Up a John Peters Republican candidate for Congress in Missouri a 2nd District was found shot to death sunday night. The St. Louis county medical examiners office ruled the death a suicide. Authorities said a 16-gauge Shotgun was found beside the body in Peters Campaign Headquarters in suburban Brentwood. Peters had been shot in the Chest and was pronounced dead at St. Louis county Hospital. Mrs Peters said that her husband had no financial or health problems. 1irmingham, Ala. Pile minister of the All White first Baptist Church of Birmingham resigned sunday because of what he said was a a a racist attitude shown by the congregation in rejecting a negro and her 11-year-old daughter As members. About 250 of some 550 persons in attendance walked out of the sunday morning service when a a stand up vote chose not to include mrs. Winifred Bryant and her daughter Twila As members. Or. J. Herbert Gilmore jr., pastor of the 98-year-old downtown Church for two years immediately resigned As did miss Betty Bock minister of youth activities. A i have said before i will not be pastor of a racist Church a Gilmore said. A i meant the walkout was led by or. Bryn Williamson a local physician who called on persons favouring acceptance of Blacks to leave the service. Mrs. Bryant and her Daugh Ter sought membership after the girl was aided by a tutoring program sponsored by the Church. Miss Bock who said the churches actions did not seem consistent with Christian principles said the resignations would be effective nov. I. Where in the world. ? where was the borne of americans Best known Railroad Engineer Casey Jones answer on Page 2. Campus shootings were unjustified two probe members say Washington up two members of the presidents commission on Campus unrest a a student and a police chief said sunday the fatal shooting of six persons at Kent state University and Jackson state College last May was a completely Joseph Rhodes jr., a Junior fellow at Harvard University and James ahem chief of police at new Haven conn., were questioned about the commissions report made Public saturday. Deplores violence the report released just before president Nixon left for Europe deplored violence at every level. And it said the president had the responsibility of offering a the compassionate reconciling moral leadership that can bring the country together Rhodes said the commission found that on both the Kent state and Jackson state campuses a the use of deadly Force that was used was completely four students died in shooting by Ohio National guardsmen on the Kent Campus and two persons were killed by police gunfire on the Jackson miss., Campus of Jackson state. Ahem was asked if he agreed with Rhodes. He replied a yes i Joseph Rhodes or. Rhodes and ahem appeared on no cd so meet the softer rhetoric the commission chairman former Pennsylvania gov. William w. Scranton appearing on the same program said he believed some High officials in the Nixon administration already had toned Down rhetoric about students. Scranton said in answer to a question that Nixon probably would not Tell vice president Spiro t. Agnew to be quiet but Scranton said agnews statements about students already have changed. The commission report concluded that there is a More profound National crisis than simply Campus violence of the past decade

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