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Cherokee Daily Times (Newspaper) - September 19, 1970, Cherokee, Iowa 1970 Community service award Winner Iowa press Assn. Cherokee she Ilju a ice Cherokee Iowa saturday september 19, 1970 the Tim now in it ninety ninth Var vol. 42 number 278 will . Go into Jordan ladder climb a firemen from throughout state Here for annual convention competed in lad Der climb contest saturday morning. More than 600 firemen arrived for three Day convention. Testing skill firemen competed in four Man teams saturday morning to try to get fast est time in Hose drills. Here members from Montezuma fire department try their skill. Old steam engine firemen from it. Ayr Volunteer fire department paused from convention activities to look Over steam pressure engine from Chariton. Men Are left to right Howard Johnson Bill Campbell. Bryan Bryan it. Trait s. Bryan l. B. Burchett and Owen staff photos 600 firemen Here for annual meet by sle Farmer the 92nd annual Iowa state firemen a convention got off to a roaring Siren blasting Start in Cherokee Friday As More than 600 firemen from throughout Iowa and their wives arrived for the weekend event. Highlighting Friday a a events was a Golf tournament at the Cherokee country club. Individual medallist was Roland Hart of Correctionville with a score of 80. Abe Greenway of Clarinda was second with an 84. First place Schleswig firemen took individual team honors. The team made up of Darrell son son Harlan Buffum Bill Peterson and Perry Finken had combined score of 358. The second place team was from blooms hip township near Des Moines. Dick o Keefe Tom Cole Bert Wilson and Bill o Keefe team members had a total score of 375. Phil Barkdoll of Garrison won a prize for hitting closest to the pin on the 4th Hole. Harold popped of Whittemore won a prize for hitting closest to the pin on the 8th Hole. Roger Nurnberg Ocre Soonwon the Quot Honor Quot of having the highest individual score on the second Hole. It took him 26 strokes. Norman Squier Creston finished with the highest total score 200. Following contests which lasted most of saturday morning and afternoon the firemen attended a banquet at Speelmon s Steak House and the Sheffield hotel. Hose drills the contests included Hose drills with four members on each team and inv dual ladder climbing events. Firemen also competed for the state Waterfall championship. The firemen will stage a Parade in Cherokee tonight at 8 . The Parade will begin at Roosevelt and main Street to fourth Street and disband by the hero Kee state Bank on w Illow. Music for the Parade will be furnished by the Osage drum and Bugle corps and Washington High school s band. The Parade will feature several floats and old and modern fire equipment from fire departments around the state. Washington a with american forces in the Mediterranean bolstered. President Nixon kept continuous watch to Day on the crisis in embattled Jordan with american lives and the survival of the Hussein government his primary concern. The positioning of military forces was described officially As a precautionary step in Case Nixon decides intervention in Jordan is necessary to Rescue the More than 400 americans in the country. Nixon was reported however prepared if necessary to intervene for other reasons if neighbouring Iraq or Syria enters the civil War Between King Hussein a forces and the palestinian guerrillas or if the country becomes in danger of falling under guerrilla control. Keeps watch the president was keeping watch from his Retreat at Camp David my. Accompanying him were staff aides or. Henry a. Kissinger and her Haldeman. Word that american forces in the Mediterranean were being reinforced came Friday from the Pentagon. The defense department ordered additional ships and planes into the Eastern Mediterranean. Air Force c130 transports capable of flying out refugees or taking in paratroopers were already in position in the area. Officials privately expressed Hope Hussein could surmount the crisis unaided. Through diplomatic channels to i Airo and Moscow and in talks Here with israeli Premier Golda Meir administration leaders strove to save the . Drive for peace Between Israel and the Arab states from the explosive pressures of the jordanian conflict. An element of i a. Concern in this respect is the fear that if Check 3 accidents in one Hurt Cherokee police investigated three accidents Friday night and Early saturday morning that resulted in injuries to three persons. Sandy Westphal Urelia is listed in Good condition at Sioux Valley memorial Hospital she was injured in a two car Accident Friday at 1 25 . On fast main near South second. She was a passenger in a car driven by Vicki to Ingdahl of Aurelia. \ car driven by Rox an Joy Nagel of Larrabee was slowing for traffic on East main when it was struck in the real by the Engdahl car. There was damage to the left front of the Engdahl car and damage to the rear Tail Light and fender of the Nagel vehicle. Sue Seeley 626 West Beech was injured when the car she was Riding in had a Flat tire causing the Driver Troy Seeley to lose control of the car and strike a pole on South second at 2 15 . Saturday. Mrs. Seeley was taken to Sioux Valley memorial Hospital where she was treated As an out patient. There was damage to the right front fender and Hood of the 1968 Seeley vehicle. Patrick James Hill storm Lake suffered facial cuts when he lost control of the car he was driving on East main and it struck a pole at 1 40 . Saturday Hill was treated and released from Sioux Valley memorial Hospital. Hill told police he had lit a cigarette and dropped it on the floor of his car. In an attempt to find it he lost control of the 1961 Model car. There was damage to the entire front end of the car. Duck identity display set a Duck identification display is scheduled from noon to 4 . Sunday at the Little Sioux wildlife area 7 Miles South of Cherokee on the old River Road. The Duck identification event is open to the Public. The Little Sioux wildlife association fail Barbecue is planned for 5 . Tomorrow at the same site. Palestinian forces win control in Jordan their All out hostility toward Israel would Force israeli intervention which in turn might trigger intervention by Iraq and Syria and Widen the Middle fast Strigle. Even in the absence of such consequences officials see no Chance for a peace settlement involving Iordan if the guerrillas Rule that country. Mrs. Meir said Friday egyptian israeli negotiations Are impossible unless Egypt Rolls Back antiaircraft missile bases set up along the Suez anal in alleged violation of the military standstill agreement the two countries accepted in August commitments inquiries As to whether Nixon has Given Hussein some commitment of . Support if needed Drew uninformative answers from official sources. White House press Secretary Ronald l. Ziegler told a news conference there is Quot no commitment in a prepared to cover with the hic ago Sun times said in a Story published in two editions thursday night after a briefing by Nixon that the United states was prepared to intervene in Jordan if should be in danger of falling. The Story was withdrawn by the newspaper from its last edition but in a statement issued Friday afternoon the editors said it was not killed. The Story was not denied in Washington. Ziegler told newsmen the presidents discussion with editors during his visit to c hic ago was off the record. Ziegler also said that when he talked with Sun times editors about publication of their Story he was not concerned with killing it but with the briefing rules under which they had received Uusi Mutton. It thus appeared the White House did not question the Content or accuracy of the article but Only the conditions of its publication. Those conditions were not critic tally disclosed. . Or Israel the Miami Herald reported in today a editions that Nixon told the hic ago editors either the United states or Israel might intervene militarily in Jordan to Aid Hussein. The Herald said Nixon told the editors Protection of i a. Citizens would provide an excuse for intervention but the real purpose would be to preserve the Hussein regime. No representative of the Herald or Knight newspapers attended the hic ago briefing a Herald so Osman said. In Moscow the soviet government newspaper Izvestia called on the government of Jordan and the palestinian guerrillas to Quot put a rapid halt to the fratricidal fight to avoid the danger of . Intervention. The newspaper declared Quot the Basic cause of peace and Security in the Middle East requires from the guerrillas however came a defiant reaction in the form of a threat against All americans in the Middle East. American interest news dispatches from Beirut Lebanon reported a statement by the popular front for the liberation of Palestine the organization that hijacked Western jetliners and took Crew members and passengers hostage to the effect that Quot every american and every american interest will be a target if the United states sends troops into Jordan. Quot we have shown the world a the statement said Quot that we can carry out our tears of Joy mrs. Robert Lowe formerly of Naco Texas holds her two it year old son Robert David who was the object of a search in a City Park at Wichita Falls Texas. Tot was found about half a mile from a children a fishing Pond into which he had been believed to have fallen. Mrs. Lowe and three children were driving to Colorado at time. Missiles must go Nixon told Washington a israeli prime minister Golda Meir has inflicted a heavy blow on american Hopes that the Middle East peace talks could be resumed in the near future. Mrs. Meir told president Nixon there can be no peace talks until Egypt removes the missiles Israel claims were implanted along the Suez anal in violation of a military standstill agreement. Nixon and Secretary of state William p. Rogers tried Friday but failed to persuade the 72-year-old israeli Leader that talks under United nations mediator Gunnar jarring provide the Only Avenue to peace. Sign 450 for a series All classes in the adult education series Are off to a Good Start with a registration of approximately 450. All classes have now had their first session with one exception. First class for ballroom dancing is set for thursday sept. 24. Those interested May Register that night at Roosevelt school where the class is to be held. This will be an 8-week class meeting each thursday at 7 30 Hunter safety course i tuesday a Hunter safety course for Young people to years and older will Start Here tuesday night. The course is scheduled on four consecutive tuesday nights 7 of clock in the Wilson Junior High gymnasium. Each study period will be about 90 minutes. Instructors Are Gene Dorr and Larry Watts. Complete Highway training program ceremonies marking the completion of a 12-week engineering Aid training held in Council Bluffs and Cedar rapids Friday. The school sponsored by the Iowa state Highway commission in cooperation with Iowa Western Community College Kirkwood Community College and Hawkeye Institute of technology gave the students work in mathematics drafting surveying and inspection procedures. Classroom study and Fiel trips were conducted on a 40-hours per week basis. The students will now become full time employees of the Highway commission. Students from this area completing the course Are Jeffrey John Brown Cherokee David a Ibeling Cleghorn Anthony he Rig Holstein Michae Neppl Wall Lake and mos a Leonard jr., Washta. The students became Highway commission employees when they enrolled in the school and will now be assigned to full time positions throughout the state in construction materials inspection surveying planning drafting or design jobs. . The Well known couple prominent in the dance Field or. And mrs. Harry Kramer Lemar Sare again teaching the class. One class woodworking and refinishing was dropped for Lack of proper place to meet. Advanced Oil class the fabric dyeing tie dyeing with William Cookson will be modified and advanced Oil painting offered in its Stead. Cookson director of Art department West mar College is a Well known artist. Considerable interest has been shown in advanced painting. The future of this class will depend on the interest shown. If anyone not already registered is interested please Contact mrs. Lames Barton or mrs. John Cook so plans can be made to offer this course. Rod and gun with Les As instructor and water color techniques class with miss Dorothy Skewis former head of it department Buena \ Ista College As instruct have room for More persons. Rod andean meets at the armory. Oil class meets at Wilson Junior High. Both Are held on thursday. Registration in All classes will remain open through thursday sept. 24 for late registrants. Introductory sketching with j. C. Frakes elementary Art instructor is also open to More persons. The pen the Pencil and the Brush will All be used in this class with particular emphasis on Pencil work. Welding and powder puff mechanics classes and geology a go go can still accommodate More persons. The powder puff class has been changed to meet on thursday night. A classes can be attended on a nightly one session basis by payment of 50 cents to the instructor. If interested in any of the 26 classes remember to Register for the class of your Choice at the next session tuesday classes on sept. 22, wednesday classes on sept. 23 and thursday classes on sept. 24. Err is viol it Ion in principle mrs. Meir agreed. But she asked Why should Israel negotiate a peace treaty with a country which violated a lesser ceasefire agreement virtually the same Day it agreed to observe it president Nixon and Rogers Are reported to have understood mrs. Melros argument although they would not agree with her conclusion. American officials concede the standstill cease fire violations could not have occurred without the knowledge and complicity of the soviet Union. They say there is no quarrel with the harsh words the israeli Leader used at her Friday press conference when she accused Moscow and Cairo of bad Faith and said Quot they both Are the Nixon administration cat Soled itself with the conclusion that because of the Jordan situation the question of resuming of political talks is hypothetical anyway. The United states however would not take mrs. Meir a Quot not for an answer. Diplomatic prodding will continue on several fronts officials said. New efforts Moscow and Airn will be urged anew to Quot rectify the violations which has been interpreted As removal of their missiles deployed in the Suez anal zone contrary to provisions of the standstill Ccase fire agreement and new efforts will be made to persuade mrs. Meir to end her Boycott of the talks Merican and israeli diplomatic observers agreed that despite the failure to smooth Over differences mrs Meir a Daylong talks with the president and Rogers were useful because they restored Confidence Between the two countries. Buddy poppy Day a today sept. 18 is buddy poppy Day As Yew auxiliary representative Kickoff Day by Selling poppies to mayor Carvel Burkhart who presented mrs. Ann in Itte president with a $10. Check. At right mrs. Harold Alpaugh gets donation from chamber of Commerce director Al Stewart. Vuu urges everyone to a buy a poppy and Honor the dead by helping the poppies Are made by disabled veterans staff photo

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