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Chanute Tribune (Newspaper) - October 19, 1970, Chanute, Kansas G rating Delphi ind. Apr two teen age Brothers who wanted to do something on their own Are prospering As theater operators presenting family Type movies in a theater that showed a mature audiences Only films before they bought it. Arthur Small 17, and his brother Jimmy 16, Are earning enough Money at the Roxy theater to Send themselves through College in a couple of years. A we get some real Good Walt Disney and family movies and teen age movies without All that other garbage and it seems to be working out Well a Arthur said. A for this size of town this is what the people Delphi has 5,000 residents. Forecast peeping Sun single copy Price Loe the Chanute Tribune Chanute Kansas 66720, monday october 19, 1970 to pages 77th year no. 163 manhunt gives Montreal appearance of City at War social arrests Saigon apr police in the South vietnamese capital have arrested More than 8,000 a dishonest elements during the first month of a three month Campaign called a i Dan a a for the purpose of the three month Effort is a eradication of social vices in the Saigon Cholon Gia Denh metropolitan area. A a number of shops were charged with violating economic regulations and police conflated 29 weapons and a a Quantity of books and magazines harmful to Good most of the arrests however were reported to be for traffic violations or other Petty crimes a such As Long hair. Contract dispute new York apr stewardesses and purses employed by trans world airlines have set a strike to begin at 12 01 . Tuesday in a contract dispute. A spokesman for the airline said it planned to continue service in the event of a walkout through the use of supervisory and management personnel. Officers of the Al Cio transport workers Union said sunday that three months of mediation had faded to resolve the dispute and said a there is no alternative left at this neither the Union nor the company would specify wage demands or offers. A three year contract expired aug. I. School fire Kansas City apr a fire that caused extensive damage to a gymnasium and classroom equip Meid sunday night forced the cancellation of classes at North Kansas qty High school today. Assistant fire chief William Pine said he recommended the school be kept closed for at least a week. A we can to carefully Check these Walls in just a few minutes a he added. However or. Robert Howell principal of the school Wloch has an enrolment of nearly 2,000, said officials would meet today to decide whether to postpone classes for More than one Day. Unity plea Atlantic apr Congress May uphold president Nixon a veto of the Bill limiting Campaign spending on radio and television the head of the National association of broadcasters a d today a if tile Industry acts with unanimity and a that would be not Only an important achievement in making the Congress aware of the bitter feelings such discriminatory legation arouses among broadcasters a said Vincent t. Was Lewski a but it May also be something of a Milestone in restoring our own Confidence in our ability to have an effective voice in communications Gap Washington a sen. J. W. Fulbright d-ark., has accused both the state and defense departments of withholding from the Senate information on United states foreign commitments. In heavily censored transcriptions of a subcommittee hearing last june Fulbright chairman of the forge n relations committee said administrations have been reluctant to Tell All to Congress for Many years. Riot charge Ravenna Ohio a a 21year-old former Kent state University student was served today with charges of first degree riot in connection with violence on the Kent Campus last May. Officials said an indictment handed Down by a special grand jury last Friday was served on Richard Fel Ber 21, Akron in a cell at the Portage county jail where he was awaiting Transfer to the Mansfield reformatory on drug charges. The indictment also accused Felber of attempting to bum property striking a fireman and interfering with a fireman at the scene of a fire. Reds slip inside new York a the new York times said today the Central intelligence Agency has told president Nixon that More than 30.000 communist agents have infiltrated the government of South Vietnam. The times said the Cia predicted a resurgence of communist strength As United states troops Are withdrawn from South Vietnam. The report the newspaper said called the communist apparatus a virtually impossible to destroy and listed As agents an aide to president Nguyen Van Thieu of South Vietnam a former province chief and High officials of the police and military intelligence. In a dispatch from Washington the newspaper said a the Ciao a analysis does not assert or imply that the South vietnamese government is Likely to fall in the next few months the officials who have read it said. Nor does the study discount the likelihood that the South vietnamese army will perform Well in Battle for some weather temperature Hefti Low today i pm 56 41 yesterday 64 46 saturday 57 36 year ago today 76 53 highest this Date Imo 88 lowest this Date 1925 27 relative humidity i . .85 barometer i . 20.13 falling. Sunrise 7 34 a Sunset 6 40 area forecast partly Cloudy with warmer daytime temperatures through tuesday. Low tonight lower 40s. High tuesday Middle 60s. Topeka a skies began Clearing across Kansas today after a Cloudy Cool weekend with some Light rain and the weather Bureau said a pleasant fall week is in store for the state. A sluggish Low pressure Center which had draped Kansas in cloudiness moved eastward to Missouri this morning. Skies were beginning to Clear in the Northwest. With the movement however heavy fog was reported in the Eastern one third of the state Early today. Highs sunday ranged from 49 at Garden City and Dodge City to 64 at Chanute with this mornings lows from 39 at Goodland to 49 at Pittsburg. Highs today were expected to be 55 to 65 with tonight slows in the 40s and tuesdays highs in the 65-70 Range. Fund climbing support of the United fund has reached $11,660.40 today with the residential Campaign scheduled this week. Mrs. James Mcguire was in charge of the residential kick off Coffee this morning at the Community room of the first National Bank. Goal of the United fund which includes nine agencies is $25,760. I intercepted letter dear Cha another of the burdens of life is that we can tall be Young and pretty. Yours nuts time to come As occurred in Cambodia. A what the study does imply the officials said is that the South vietnamese government has Little Chance of enduring Over the Long run because of the great extent of communist White House officials confirmed the existence of the re a class on shoplifting and bad checks will be taught at 7 . Tuesday in the Neosho Junior College administration building room 105. And no this is not a a How to class but a clinic for business managers and employees to teach them How to control and prevent shoplifting and fraudulent Check problems. Featured will be two films a the shoplifters and a a they re out to get you a and two talks a How shoplifters operate and a Protection against Beirut Lebanon a Arab sources reported today syrians new military ruler is cracking Down on the palestinian guerrillas the previous marxist regime sponsored. Gen. Hafez Al Assad is said to have closed Down the Damascus Headquarters of the Saika guerrillas and asked the Palestine resistance movement to suspend its membership. Washington a president Nixon went campaigning today in the Midwest using the theme of Law and order a softer version than the one pounded by vice president Spiro t. Agnew. United nations . A . Officials said today the government has not decided whether to show the . General Assembly evidence of egy fian soviet violations of the Suez canal cease fire. They said Kansas records 4 traffic deaths by the associated press four traffic deaths were reported in Kansas Over the weekend. Missouri recorded 16 in the same period. Vincent Bange 31, of Hoxie was killed sunday in a two car Accident near Seguin in Sheridan county. Daisy a. Circle 75, of 4408 Terrace Kansas City was killed sunday in a two car collision about two Miles North of Colony kan., on . 169. Bobby Ferguson and Peggy Dennison both 19, of Kingman kan., were killed saturday in a two car collision near Garden Plains Southwest of Wichita. Call your Tribune Carrier if he should miss you if impossible dial 431-3400 at 5 30 . Port the times said but they contended the report a exaggerated the extent of infiltration and rejected the analysis As inaccurate and a Overly pessimistic a a a View said to be shared by president Nixon. The newspaper said h had obtained details of the report from government officials who had read it. Fraudulent speakers will be sgt. Joe Marchio of the Kansas City mo., police department and an authority on shoplifting and Verne a. Bunn. Bunn is Deputy chief of procurement and management for the Smari business administration Kansas City to. The clinic is sponsored jointly by the evening education division of the College the Chanute area chamber of Commerce the Kansas state department of education and the Small business administration. The . Decision will be based largely on How the general Assembly a debate on the Middle East shapes up next week. Saigon apr in what was a Surprise to observers Here Gen. Lewis w. Walt the no. 2 Man in the . Marine corps is retiring feb. I. Walt at 57 a Veteran of three wars will be replaced by it. Gen. Keith b. Mccutcheon. United nations . Apr meetings on War and peace issues by foreign ministers Are being scheduled for wednesday and Friday at the United nations which is observing its 25th anniversary. The . Security Council is expected to meet wednesday afternoon with perhaps 14 foreign ministers. The big four foreign ministers will get together again Friday night. Photo Honor Chicago the Chanute Tribune was rated second among newspapers honoured in their division today in the Inland daily press associations 30th annual news picture contest. The picture series titled a Blacksmith at Leanna was rated second for newspapers with circulation of less than 15,000. The series which appeared As a special Page was photographed by Terry Murphy and processed by Lois Erickson. A total of 37 full time Aud part time photographers received awards at the opening session of the annual meeting at the Drake hotel Here. The Competition Drew More than 2,400 entries. News digest shoplifting and bad Check guards offered by class hand writing that reached authorities sunday night said he was alive but in danger of execution at the hands of the Quebec liberation front Fly. Police raided a Frame Bungalow in St. Hubert this morning a half mile from where Laportes body was found and said it May have been used by Laportes killers. There was blood on the floor. Detective sgt. Albert Lisa Eek said it was believed Rose May have used the Bungalow but he did not say what led police to this belief. Police officials said Security in Montreal and the surrounding areas is tighter than Ever before in history. Up to this morning 326 persons have been arrested in sweeps against the Fly which seeks Independence for French speaking Quebec through Revo Lution. A Montreal police source said the measures being taken Are merely to help with investigation of the kidnapping cases and prevent any incidents Between the Public and authorities. He said there is a no conscious Effort being made to suspend or infringe on civil liberties. Rose was involved in a 1968 controversy at Perce on the Gaspe Peninsula when 25 Young people occupied a building. Abner Biard Perce mayor said the youths bothered tourists an-1 when lie and others protested he was threatened by six or seven organizations including the Fly. The abductions of Laporte and crop both 49. Signalled an escalation in the Fly a a War which began seven years ago with bombings of patriotic statues and mail boxes. 1970 Chanute Junior miss Robin Black area Junior miss chosen Robin Black 17-year-old Altoona Midway High school senior won the area Junior miss Competition Over 12 other candidates at the memorial building Here saturday night. As area Winner she is eligible to compete in the state Junior miss pageant at Belleville nov. 19-21. She is the daughter of or. And mrs. Robert Black r. I. In addition to stepping up to the state pageant miss Black was awarded a $100 gift certificate from Barr s fashions. She received the most Points for poise and appearance in the judging and was named miss congeniality a an Honor granted by the other contestants. For her Talent number she Sang a come saturday morning a accented with a commentary. In the evening gown Competition she wore a Green a line gown with Long sleeves. Miss Black is a cheerleader a member of a teens and Active in the inter club Council and Pep club. She also is Secretary treasurer of the schools sing out group. First runner up was Teri Tharp daughter of or. And mrs. Max Tharp 932 w. Beech who received a $50 savings Bond. She gave a Reading for her Talent number. Joyce Kramer second runner up received accolades from the audience with her presentation and modelling of clothes she had designed. Her theme was a clothes for All seasons a which won for her the creative and performing arts phase of the pageant. She also won the youth fitness phase. Her parents Are or. And mrs. Carl Kramer of Erie. She was awarded a $25 gift certificate from Merle Norman cosmetics. Third runner up was Terri Fink daughter of or. And mrs. Leon Fink r. 2. Fourth runner up Diane Good daughter of or. And mrs. R. W. Good 204 e. 9th, Sang a number she had composed accompanying her Topeka a e. Laurence Chalmers Chancellor of the University of Kansas told a group of alumni Here sunday night that it remains to be seen How effective changes initiated at the University will be toward ending strife at the Lawrence school. A your Best efforts to control them at Best can Only be defensive a Chalmers said of disturbances in Lawrence last Spring and summer he said he believes changes instituted by the University will help Calm tilings. Self with guitar. Carolyn Kensett daughter of or. And mrs. J. W. Kensett 201 e. 9th, won the Scholastic phase. Betty Heilman of Thayer 1970 area Junior miss presided during the Coronation. Joe Myers Arri Gerald Pryor were masters of ceremonies. Pryor was chairman of the event for the sponsoring safari Jaycees. During intermission miss Heilman gave a dramatic Reading. Nancy Allison first runner up last year Sang and Kathy Ratliff second runner up a year ago gave a humorous Reading. Contestants represented four schools Altoona. Mid Way Humboldt Erie and Chanute. Chalmers reiterated the changes he has outlined at alumni gatherings across Kansas this fall. Among them Are greater Security for the University a 24-hour information Center a division of University relations elimination of the position of Provost and formation of a University Council. These changes Chalmers said Are not designed As Long Range solutions because eventually changes in the educational processes themselves must be made to get at the Root of the problems. Effect undecided Montreal a a massive Hunt for the terrorists who killed Pierre Laporte gave Montreal today the appearance of a City Art War. The search went on for the terrorists other Kidnap victim James r. Cross. Army and police helicopters flew constantly Over the City. Local and Royal Canadian mounted police spot checked cars on the Busy streets. Roadblocks and checkpoints were set up on Bridges and routes leading out of Montreal which has 1.2 million people and is Canadas largest City. Security checks were increased at the . Border particularly in new York Vermont and new Hampshire. The Canadian army the mounted police and Quebec a own provincial police expanded their operations under the War measures act imposed by prime m mister Pierre Elliott Trudeau last Friday. Trudeau himself pledged that the Law forces will find a these vicious men and bring them to Justice a in the Calm and dispassionate atmosphere of Canadian he predicted More terrorist violence but declared the government will not Back Down. The prime minister himself a Luebecker flew to Montreal sunday night to pay his respects to the family of Laporte Quebec a labor minister and to Confer with officials. He then flew Back to Ottawa the Federal capital. Warrants were issued for the arrest of Marc Carbonneau. 37, a taxi Driver and Paul Rose 27, a teacher on charges of taking part in the kidnapping of Laporte oct. To and Britain s Trade commissioner Cross two weeks ago today. Laporte was shot in the head saturday and his body found Early sunday. A letter in Cross

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