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Cherokee Daily Times (Newspaper) - October 10, 1970, Cherokee, Iowa Cherokee Iowa saturday october to 1970 vol. 42 number 296 3-Day storm ends inn Northwestern class off in ers Sophomore class officers for 1970-71 at Northwestern College Orange City Are Ray Boone gelt president from Sioux Center Lora Raak Secretary treasurer from Sioux Center and Tom Anderson vice president from Cleghorn. . Irked Over Russ on mid East Washington a Secretary of state William p. Rogers says the United states jul continue negotiations with the soviet Union on common problems despite Sharp disappointment Over soviet Issue violations in the Middle East and to scowls return to what he called strident language. At his first news conference Here since july 15, Rogers said Friday he will take up problems ranging from the hoped for cease fire in Indochina to big 4 talks on Berlin when he meets with soviet foreign minister Andrei Gromyko in new York oct. 16. Rogers sounded an optimistic note on chances for a cease fire in Indochina declaring a we have a feeling the time is Ripe he stressed the Hope president Nixon a new proposal for a stand till cease fire and the Complete withdrawal of . Forces from All of Indochina will provide a foundation for negotiations with Hanoi. He suggested such private talks would yield counterproposal that could be the subject of negotiation. Other . Officials say the United states is depending upon Nixon a offer for Complete withdrawal which could take place in one year As part of a general agreement settling the conflict a to help the negotiations get started. Rogers said he had spent four hours with technicians studying photographs of soviet Sam 3 missiles showing new construction since the Middle East 90-Day cease fire was agreed upon. A there is no question about the violations he said. Rain changing to sleet and then to Snow combined with Strong winds to slash through Northwest Iowa Friday and in a pre Winter snowstorm dumped two inches of the wet stuff on the ground before Nightfall. The three Day storm ended by covering the area with Fine White frosting and adding 25 Inch of moisture to the 5.04 inches of rain recorded. The total moisture received As 5.29 inches More than fell in a similar summer storm. Cold temperatures continued in the time land area with a High recorded of Only 34 degrees. The Snow which fell burying still blossoming plants and covering cars on the streets remained As the thermometer Sank to an overnight Low of 24 degrees. Northwest Iowa received an Early taste of Winter with be Mars receiving the largest accumulation of Snow six inches. Sioux City reported five inches of Snow. Power lines were knocked Down by tree limbs falling and bending under die Snow coating in both cities. The Snow stopped flying in Cherokee before dark and the Sun broke through the Clouds giving the area an eerie look with Evergreen branches drooping under the heavy Snow and Snow outlining trunks and limbs of Trees still heavy with Green or Milti coloured leaves. Garden plants which blossomed through the White covering froze when the Mercury plummeted to 24 degrees which was the 8 . Reading saturday morning. The Low temperature stood ii. Stark contrast to the High of 83 degrees on tuesday with sunny skies. The Mercury began slowly dropping since wednesday never climbing higher than the previous Day s Low. Saturday s weather is expected to reverse that trend with the Mercury climbing into the High forties. The sleet and Snow created difficult driving conditions for motorists in Northwest Iowa Friday with roads West of Cherokee Slushy and Slippery with some Grey Squirrel wife at reception tonight or. And mrs. Fred Stevens Chinle a it Izona Are viewing the Skyline of Buenos Aires on a recent visit to South America. This Navajo couple will present program at the reception for new members at the Sanford museum saturday evening at 8 o clock. Stevens Grey Squirrel has travelled throughout the uni ted states and in foreign countries demonstrating the ancient Art of san painting. His wife Bertha is a Navajo Rug Weaver and will be working at her loom during the program. Public demonstrations will be presented on sunday afternoon Between 2-5 . At the Sanford museum. Snow packed areas. Snow lows received their first workout of the year keeping the roads Clear and prevent them from turning into icy paths. On saturday morning the Iowa Highway patrol received no reports of bad roads and the roads Are now in Normal driving condition. 3 of Gidens icy Road conditions were responsible for three accidents investigated by City police in Cherokee Friday. A pickup truck driven by Kenneth Edwin Brandt 612 Clark Street was headed North on South second Street when he lost control of the truck on wet icy pavement and it struck the Bridge railing near Beech Street. There As damage to the left front of the truck. The mishap occurred about 7 45 . A car driven by Bruce Nathan Rowen jr., ran off the Road due to wet Slick Road conditions on River Road near the City limits. Rowen was proceeding South on River Road when the mishap occurred at 1 30 . Friday. There was damage to the left front of the car. Icy Road conditions caused a car driven by Charles Robert Schmillen Rural Cherokee to slide into a parked car owned by Donald Reeves Cherokee on West Edar Street near sixth Street at 11 55 p. In. Friday. There was damage to the Hood and fender of the Schmillen vehicle and damage to the trunk lid of the Reeves car. The Snow and rain that preceded it caused most football games and homecomings in the area to be postponed. Postponed cherokees 33rd annual Homecoming game was postponed until monday night. Sheldon will meet the braves at Washington Field at 8 . The Homecoming Parade was rescheduled for 2 30 . Monday. Homecoming Queen Glenda Berk Heimer and her court will reign Over the game As previously planned. Willow Community school s Home game with sergeant Bluff will be played monday night at 7 30 . All other Homecoming events will be held oct. 16 with a Coronation Parade and dance. The events were cancelled Friday due to the weather. Aurelia s Homecoming game with Harris Lake Park will be played monday at 7 . The Coronation was held Friday and Bruce winterhof and Joyce win terhof were named King and Queen. The Homecoming game at Marcus was postponed to monday night at 7 30 . Sutherland rescheduled its game for 2 30 . This afternoon weather permitting. The Homecoming Parade will now be held at 3 . Monday with the dance scheduled for saturday night. Holstein s regular Friday night football game will be played monday at 7 30 . Meriden Cleg Horn postponed its game with a tentative makeup Date for today. Paullina was scheduled to play at Milford at 1 30 . Today. Snow postpones sports events by Tif associated press unseasonably Winter like weather in Iowa has forced cancellation of two sports events scheduled for saturday. Cancelled was the fall state championship baseball game at Norway Between Norway High school and our lady of Good counsel of Fonda. A new Date will be announced next week. Weather Iowa partly Cloudy and a Little warmer saturday night lows in the 30s. Sunday partly Cloudy with highs in the 50s. Temperatures saturday maximum 34 for 24 hours preceding 8 . Minimum 24 for 24 hours preceding 8 . Reading 24 at 8 . Precipitation for 24 hour period .25 from Golden autumn to Winter wonder land Snow cascades Over or Trees in a Cascade of pure White As residence on North Roosevelt is Neaily hidden in background today in Cherokee. This was the scene after unexpected estimated two Inch snowfall Here Friday. Thermometer dipped to 24 degrees during night but Mercury is supposed to get into 50s sunday. Regents defer issues a month Council Bluffs a the state Board of regents has wound up a Busy 21 it Day session Here with All indications it plans a busier meeting in november at the University of Northern Iowa. The nine regents will pick up issues they decided to defer for a month. The Board wound up its meeting Friday and tangled with recommendations from its and hoc committee on Campus unrest set up following disturbances last Spring on Iowa campuses. The Board delayed action on four of five recommendations by the committee to improve communication with students and faculty on the three state universities. The suggestions called for having Board members plan informal meetings with students faculty and staff throughout the year and to allow appearances before the Board to discuss grievances. Will consider the Board decided to consider the recommendations and said it would discuss them next month. University of Iowa president Willard Boyd said student body president Robert Belier had indicated he would like to make proposals to the Board on the subject of increased communication. Boyd said a it was very Likely the faculty Senate would like to comments and he said he planned to schedule a presentation on his Agenda. He also indicated he planned to discuss the problem at the u of i dormitories. University officials say they have a serious off Campus housing problem in Iowa City although about half of the Campus dormitory space is vacant. In another matter the regents approved the appointment of or. Edward Condon of the University of Illinois College of Medicine As professor and head of the u of i College of Medicine department of surgery effective next january. He will succeed or. Sidney e. Ziffren. The Board also decided to put off for a least a month proposed legislation that seeks to Deal strongly with trespass violators Ai the campuses and other state property. The proposed Law Calls for a $100 Fine or 30 Days in jail or both for persons who enter state property with a intent to commit offence a and who do not have authority to be on the property or who refuse to leave when ordered. Quot fills Gap Quot David Vernon Dean of the University of Iowa Law school said the proposed legislation a fills the Gap in Iowa the regents unanimously de deter whether it should be accepted As written or whether it requires amendment. Regent Donald Shaw of Davenport said he did no to want the Board a to propose any statute that can be interpreted As something that is the Board also decided to hold off on other suggested legislation it would like to see passed by the 1971 legislature. Shaw proposed another item he wanted included on the november Agenda. He suggested that the Board consider the controversial speaker programs on the state universities adding that he is not against controversial speakers on Campus. He said he was asking for the . Home school program monday immaculate Conception Home school association will open i s 1970-71 season with a program featuring or. Irene weimers and guests from the mental health Institute at 8 . Monday at the in gym. The discussion will Center on drugs drug use and the generation Gap. The Public is invited. Serving As officers in the association for the year will be president or. And mrs. Al Eisenmenger vice president or. And mrs. Don Murphy Secretary or. And mrs. Al Bofenkamp and treasurer or. And mrs. Ralph Rupp. Session to assure people a that the program is being fairly run. It is nothing else than a matter of Public the Board agreed to his motion. Tourism up Jerusalem a tourism to Israel in september exceeded the september 1969 total by about 5 per cent the Bureau of statistics announced. The monthly report said 30,600 tourists visited Israel in september compared with 29,100 the year before. Jet hijacked Tehran Iran a three iranians hijacked an iranian jetliner to Baghdad today shot and wounded the Copilot and threatened to blow up the plane unless Iran freed 21 political prisoners. Foreign minister Ardeshir Azadi announced the plane was released and flew Back to Iran. . Closed a broken water main on Willow Street near immaculate Conception school caused the school to be closed Friday. The water main broke about 6 . Friday and the water was shut off so classes at immaculate Conception were cancelled. The main was repaired and water Back on by late afternoon. The times Jow in its ninety ninth year

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