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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - October 24, 1970, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Weather Clearing cooler tonight lows in 50s. Partly Cloudy warmer sunday highs in 70s. City final to cents volume 88 number 288 Cedar rapids. Iowa saturday october 24. 1370 associated press up new York times Tanker blast looses Oil marxist Allende elected in Chile Santiago Chile a Congress saturday elected sen. Salvador Allende a marxist who has pledged to bring socialism to Chile As president for the next six years. Police and troops imposed the tightest Security in years during the balloting made necessary when Allende won the sept. 4 Salvador Allende presidential election but failed to get the required majority. The vote saturday was 153 for Allende and 35 for the runner up candidate former president Jorge Alessandri a conservative Independent. There were seven Blank ballots. Only five of the 50 Nussbaum is inaugurated in Coe event by Dennis Bates or. Leo l. Nussbaum officially became the 22nd president of Coe College in inauguration ceremonies at Coe today. After welcoming remarks by representatives from the student body the faculty and the trustees and alumni Nussbaum said in his remarks a i accept this office in the Hope and with the full expectation that Liberal education May flourish at Coe that a Quality College May become still better and that in an age of inordinate conflict in our society Coe May stand As a place where tension May be creative and diversity May add vitality rather than schism. As Nussbaum was about to repeat the presidents Creed after William Murray chairman of the Board of trustees a of 30 Blacks who Are members of the afro american self education organization got up and filed silently out of Sinclair memorial Chapel. The has been pressing a series of requests made to the College administration which include the hiring of a full time Black professor the recruiting of More Blacks for Coe and the hiring of a Black to teach a Black history course previously taught by a White. Social climate Nussbaum said after the inauguration ceremonies we r e Over a this incident was an understandable use of the Means at hand. Its part of the social climate of our he said a further announcement concerning the requests of the students is expected sometime next week. Nussbaum said in his remarks during the inaugural continued Page 2, col. 2. Senators and 150 House members were absent. Allende stays Home As congressmen voted streets outside the building were cordoned off and police helicopters clattered overhead. Security was tightened because terrorists shot and critically wounded the army commander thursday. Among the absent members was Allende who stayed Home confident of Victory. He was entitled to vote for himself had he attended. Four others were ill. Congress broke into applause a s or. Thomas Pablo a member of the currently ruling Christian democrats who is Senate president announced the result. Congressmen o f Allendes a popular Unity coalition of six leftist parties stood and Sang the National Anthem. Condition grave a state of emergency was declared throughout the country thursday after Gen. Rene Schneider was shot by four or five terrorists. He was in grave condition saturday following two operations to remove three bullets from his neck Chest and . The government reportedly has seized up to 40 suspects in the shooting. It has instituted censorship banned demonstrations placed the armed forces on maximum Alert set up roadblocks around Santiago and imposed a Midnight to 6 . Curfew. The outgoing president Eduardo Frei barred by the Constitution from succeeding himself said his government a has taken All measures that will assure that the electoral process ends in a Normal leftist charge leftist political organizations charged that the attempt on Schneider a life was the work of Ultra right groups in a last ditch Effort to Block Allendes election. Allessandri asked his congressional supporters not to vote for him so Allende could assume the presidency a in the most tranquil Nixon spurns pornography panel report Dundalk my. A president Nixon declared saturday that As Long As he is in the White House a there will be no relaxation in the National Effort to control and eliminate smut from our National life a and with that he rejected the conclusions of the commission on obscenity and pornography. The White House issued the statement As Nixon campaigned for republicans in a Union Hall on the outskirts of Baltimore. He said the commission which he noted was appointed under the democrats had turned in a morally bankrupt conclusions and major Nixon said the panel had concluded a that the proliferation of filthy books and plays has no lasting harmful effect on a Many a but the history of civilization and Plain common sense he said indicate otherwise. 4�?~also inundated a the commission Calls for repeal of Laws controlling smut for adults a while recommending continued restrictions on smut for children a Nixon said. A in an open society this proposal is untenable. A if the level of filth rises in the adult Community the Young people in our society cannot help but also be inundated by the flood. A the pollution of our culture the pollution of our civilization with smut and filth is As serious a situation for the american people As the pollution of our once pure air and water. A smut should not be simply contained at its present level it should be outlawed in every state of the Union. And the Legislatures and courts at every level of american government should act in unison to achieve that Nixon put Maryland on his schedule to urge election of . Rep. J. Glenn Beall Over incumbent democratic sen. Joseph Tydings and Republican c. Stanley Blair Over incumbent democratic gov. Marvin Mandel. Most observers believe the . Candidates face Uphill fights. Union Hall Beall and Blair however have been trying to woo Blu Collar workers with traditional democratic alliances. The setting for Nixon a rally was the Union Hall of steelworkers local 2610�?a labor organization opposing Beall and Blair. Nixon was in new York Friday to address the u. N. General Assembly. Afterwards he walked across the u. N. Plaza to the Headquarters building of the u. S. Delegation to the world organization. Before members of the Dele a confrontation with libation and staff he put in a Good word for Senate democratic Leader Mike Mansfield of Montana who is challenged this year by Republican Harold Wallace. With Mansfield and Senate explosion at Kent state Kent Ohio up a minor explosion damaged the Small building housing the human relations Center and Black United student Headquarters at Kent state University saturday. It was the first incident of disorder reported at the University since four students were killed in National guardsmen in May. The explosion damaged the Back door and porch of the old wooden building. Campus police said the Type of explosive was not determined. Tugs surround the burning Tanker Pacific glory in the English Channel a photo crash kills woman j attacks on police injures two others _ _ station in Cairo Iii Oelwein a 76 year old woman was killed and two other persons injured in a car truck crash 12 Miles East of Here at the intersection of Highway and the Lamont Blacktop about 8 . Today. Police tentatively identified the victim As Leaha Franks 76. They said she was a passenger in an Auto driven by her son Burdette Franks 50, of Manchester who was transferred to Waterloo Hospital in serious condition. The Driver of the truck Cairo 111. Apr the Cairo police station was attacked twice Friday night and once Early saturday by armed uniformed Blacks mayor Albert a a Peter Thomas and police said. Two injuries were reported. A teenage employee of a super door of the station a Thomas said. Grocery fires the station has been the target of gunfire a number of times in recent months. Police said it was attacked again about 9 15 ., and a one suspect in Iowa City robbery held a Man identified As John Garrett suffered a head wound. To Michael Belknap 24, of Hayes lice said he was treated at a one of two men suspected of robbing a by Vee food store Here of Between $1,000 and $3,000 about 9 45 Friday was arrested by Iowa Highway patrolmen on inter state 80 near Victor some five hours later. Charged with armed robbery was thought to be a stray Bullet said fires were reported in two no address groceries on the same Block in Market near the police station third time about 2 15 . Was struck in the Elbow by what during the first attack. Thomas special to the Gazette Iowa City continued Page 2, col. 3. Spring neb., is in Good condition in a Hospital Here. According to the Highway patrol the vehicles collided As the truck pulled out onto the Highway. The Franks Auto was westbound and landed in ditch after the crash. Hospital and sent Home. Thomas said he was in the police station when it was attacked about 8 15 By �?o18 or 20 Blacks dressed in army fatigues a and armed with rifles. A shots hit right under the a i window of the chiefs office one Bullet shattered the Glass front Light serious topics As Culver fills in for Bolling the area of an All Black housing project. Thomas said several callers reported the fires to both the police and fire departments and said a when Are you going to Send in the pigs a firemen did not respond to alarms and both stores were destroyed. A i put in a request for More state troopers a Thomas said. A they promised More a from outside Iowa City police said the two men. Identified As negroes. Surprised the store manager Kenneth Piches and an employee Glenn Bau Mert near a pop bottle shed at the rear of the store. Both men wore ski masks and were armed with .22 Caliper revolvers. By Frank Nye Gazette associate editor congressman John Culver stepped in at his own fund Rais ing reception Friday night at armar to Pinch hit for congressman Richard Bolling of democrats on hand were disappointed they did no to show it for they gave Culver a rousing Welcome and interrupted his 45-minute talk frequently with applause. It was culverts first major a he blamed the new attacks on a mercenaries and revolutionaries from outside the Community Cairo an economically depressed and steadily declining Community at the Southern tip of Illinois has been hit numerous times in the last two years the manager and employee were led Back into the store where the manager was ordered to open the Safe. The men also robbed the manager and the employee of their wallets police i said. Ordered to floor the manager told police the robbers then ordered employees in the store to lie on the floor for to minutes after they left. A a we be got a Man outside with a Shotgun watching you a they Spearance Arnee View silent Gay sniping arson and violence. According to the manager. Missouri the scheduled speak s Iro Agnew Caj de him a a text ear a wednesday the Veter or who did no to make it. Honk Rar viral ii Pra a Ana in. Ans of foreign wars Hal a the manager added that he Book Radical Liberal and in �?�1 a of i was not certain How much Bolling Wasny to in a skyjacker Dorse j his Republican opponent destroyed by a of re att buted to Money was taken As a Bank Cole Mcmartin during a Brief arson later wednesday Amani Deposit had been made shortly Airport Stop in Cedar rapids thursday noon. Plane headed for Cuba but he was waylaid just the same a in Kansas City by weather and a plane that developed mechanical trouble. But if the 400 or so faithful at the turn clock Back tonight by United press International Here san important saturday night bedtime reminder for everyone. Turn your clock Back one hour tonight before retiring. Otherwise you la be out of step with the return from Daylight saving time to Standard time. Officially the switchover comes at 2 . Sunday. Standard time will remain in effect until the last sunday in april. To repeat your clock is turned Back one hour. Otherwise you la fail to regain that hour of sleep you lost last april when you turned it ahead. Faith in . Reaffirmed United nations a the general Assembly wound up its 25th anniversary commemorative session saturday by adopting a declaration reaffirming its Faith in the world organization condemning colonialism and calling for an end to the arms race. Secretary general u Thant warned a we have Little time left to restore the Faith which the people throughout the world had at the birth of this organization. He said the nations of the world had two alternatives that there will be no change a in our outmoded procedures and policies or that the United nations will receive More support especially from the great Powers. A if the first course is Fol Lowed a he said a this organization will become increasingly irrelevant the second alternative represents t h e Road to a stronger and More effective United nations fulfilling its purposes under the action on the declaration of Faith in the . And its goals closed the 10-Day commemorative session at which 18 Heads of state 24 chiefs of government and 44 other representatives a mostly foreign ministers a paid tribute to the world forum. The final form of the declaration was hammered out in a lengthy night session that ended Early Friday. The most controversial sections of the 12-Point document were paragraphs 6 and 7 Deal ing with Portugal a african colonies and South africans system of apartheid or racial segregation. Both delegations thought the sections were too Strong but the Independent african states contended they were not Strong enough. Stung by the attack on its administration of Angola Moz b i q u e and portugese Guinea Portugal called for a vote on the colonialism Section. South Africa then demanded a vote on the entire declaration so it could record its dissent. Portugal a demand was Defeated 58-13 with 14 abstentions and South Africa was persuaded to withdraw its motion on grounds its dissent would be reflected in the record of the debate. Agnews remarks Culver up for a fourth term from the second District made the most of the vice presidents remarks before launching into a serious dissertation on a wide Range of topics from Vietnam to ending the seniority system in Congress. Culver told the audience he was a pretty upset Over the a a unkind things or. Agnew had said about him so he called sen. Charles Goodell in new York with whom he used to serve in the House and who also has Felt the lash of the vice presidents Tongue. Was reported stabbed scene of the fire. That night police and other observers reported that hundreds of rounds of Small arms before the robbery. The store had closed at 9 The Highway patrol was notified of the robbery but no fire were discharged duringdescj�?T1plons were immediately several hours. Police returned Ava Abb Quot a fire but no injuries were report according to the patrol three cd continued Page 2, col. 8. Alarm clock is India s gift to envoy Keating 5 of Crew killed and 8 missing Isle of Wight England apr tugs grounded the flaming wreck of the Tanker Pacific glory on a Shoal in the English Channel saturday. Her Hull was rent by explosions after a collision with another Tanker Friday night. Part of her cargo of 70.000 tons of Oil gushed into the sea and threatened to pollute Channel beaches. A crash prevention program was begun. Lloyds of London said there was considerable Oil pollution in the sea. Five sailors were killed in the explosions. Eight Mort of the Crew of 42 were missing and feared dead. The liberian registered ship collided with the Tanker Allegro four Miles from this Island off England a South coast. The Allegro suffered minor damage. Hundreds watch hundreds of spectators watched from Shore As the Pacific glory was taken in Tow her bows barely above water. Greasy smoke from the wreck could be seen at Portsmouth 25 Miles away. It was hell a said the tankers dutch Pilot capt. Jan Frudiger at a Hospital where he was taken with the other 28 rescued Crew members most of them chinese. Three explosions Tore open the Hull about three hours after the collision. A we had no time to Send a distress signal a said Frudiger. A the ship went straight up. There was no Hope for anyone in the engine room. Those of us that were left alive had to get away at once. I jumped into a Lifeboat and we rowed As hard As we some of the crewmen he said leaped Over the Side into the blazing sea without waiting for orders to abandon ship. Five were seriously burned and Many swallowed corrosive crude Oil As they swam to safety. A must stay alive the ship was a mass of flames and i said the second officer Chu Pui Sang. A i was frightened but i thought of my wife a whom i married Only five months ago a and i knew i must stay alive to see her again. A the flames were coming just behind me. I swam like i never swam Frudiger was the Only european aboard. He had boarded Only hours before the collision to steer the vessel to Amsterdam for capt. Chang Shih Piam who was ill and is now in a Hospital. When the Lifeboat struck out through the blazing water there was no sign of life left aboard the Tanker Frudiger said. The ships collided with a glancing blow in Calm weather. They were reported heading in the same direction but they hit when they took evasive action to avoid an oncoming vessel. The Allegro was Enro Ute from Libya to a refinery in England. New Delhi a a tion to save the situation from Nagasaki blast Nagasaki Japan apr three j persons were killed and about 30 injured in an explosion at the Nagasaki shipyard of the Muj Sujishi heavy industries company saturday. Member of indians parliament i deteriorating further and to do a Ltd saturday presented an alarm Good deed in the spirit of scrip-1 clock to . Ambassador Ken Tural mom a i asked him what i should. Up on time. Do a Culver smiled a and he Ineth Keating to help him Wake today s Index a unfortunately a he added the clock a is out of repair but i tuesday am sure that will be no problem Keating overslept a a said a there really Isnit much you an j failed to show up at the air to you knowing As i do the sex continued on picture Page port to say goodbye to prime cadent mechanical engineering minister Indira Gandhi on her knowledge of your country a or i departure for new York for the which enables it to Supply lethal j . Anniversary session. Weapons and equipment to in j m. L. Sondhi a member of Dias longtime adversary Pattie right Wing Jana Singh kist an. Party presented the clock to the clock is a musical one Galen Stone Deputy chief of the that plays the anniversary . Embassy with a let ter say a Waltz. An embassy spokesman Ling it was a a personal contrib isaid it will be Given to Charity. Today s chuckle a Clever wife figured out How to remove cooking doors from the House. She quit cooking. Coo right Church comics. 7 courthouse. 2 crossword. 7 daily record. 2 deaths. 2 editorial features. 6 financial. La Marion. La movies. 8 sports 9, to television. 4 we ant ads. ____12-15 i. M. 4 a i

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