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Creston News Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 10, 1970, Creston, Iowa Local interest Barbara Hills is Bride of Tim Kent Brown Franklin study club program on drug usage mrs. Mary Lou land was Franklin study club hostess thursday night. Mrs. Jini Hamilton gave the lesson quot drug addicts at an earlier fourteen members and one teacher Schofield were in attendance. Mrs. Richard Snyder won the door prize. The club is Selling cookbooks some of which were tossed out. Mrs. John Kenney served refreshments. Mark by v Dol Glass executive director United nations association Lima division mrs. Brown Evanston iii. Barbara Hill daughter of or. And mrs. Richard r. Hill was married sept. 19 to Tim Kent Brown son of or. And mrs. Donald e. Brown of Lexington Nebr. The evening candlelight ceremony took place in the Sanctuary of covenant United methodist Church with the Rev. Dale Nelson officiating. The double rings of Gold were specially made for the Bride and bridegroom by a Well known artist Friend of the family. The Bride s White Dull Satin gown and train were trimmed with Chantilly lace and seed pearls. She wore a Short illusion veil. Her three attendants wore Long yellow silk crepe gowns trimmed with Matching yellow Satin. They carded Fuji mums and the fall colors in their bouquets were accented with stems of wheat. The Bride s bouquet of White and yellow roses was also accented with natural coloured wheat. Mrs. Brown is a graduate of William Woods College in Fulton to. She is also a graduate of Moser business College of Chicago. She has been employed by caravan Tours of Chicago for whom she has travelled extensively throughout Europe. Mrs. Richard Hill the Bride s Mother is the former Mildred Newcomb daughter of the late or. And mrs. George d. Newcomb of c res ton. The Bride her parents and her brother Robert have visited often in c Reston. Or. Brown is a graduate of the University of Nebraska and was former assistant advertising manager of Cessna aircraft of Wichita Kan. He returned recently from service in Vietnam. While there he was editor of quot the typhoon quot the 5th army Magazine. Or. And mrs. Brown Are residing in Denver Colo. Or. Brown is in the graduate school of the University of Denver where he will receive his master s degree in mass communications. Among other out of town guests were the Bride s aunt and Uncle or. And mrs. Rex i. Mitchell formerly of Creston and now of Sedona. Ariz. Brownie troop 522 visits Earl May Garden Center Twenty eight brownies of troop 522, four guests i s. Dean Chumbley Leader Bernice Mccann assistant Leader and mrs. Tom Loudon mrs. Rex Spainhower and mrs. James Hamilton committee mothers hiked to the Earl May Garden Center monday afternoon. They were shown Many interesting things and each Brownie was Given a Tulip bulb. A Short meeting was held after the group had returned to the Chumbley Home regular meeting place for the troop. Change of address for mrs. Lichty word has been received from mrs. Foss Heaton of West Des Moines that mrs. Charles Lichty formerly of Creston will celebrate her 90th birthday on oct. 17 at the Home of her grandson and wife or. And mrs. W. J. Heaton 1801 North Rand Road Palatine 111 60037. Those who know mrs. Lichty plan to Send birthday cards will note the address which is a change from the one Given in the item thursday. Cwt Circle one met at Church four Circle one members of the first Christian women s Fellowship met at the Church to quilt and work on rags thursday morning f our More came for work and the afternoon meeting conducted by mrs. Oma White. One quilt was finished. Two will be in the frames for the All Day meeting next thursday. There also will be rags to sew. Those going in the Forenoon Are to take sack lunches. Days record in police court Kenneth a Schroeder 20, of Afton has been fined $30 and costs in police court Here for speeding 40 Miles an hour in a 25-mile zone on Sumner a venue. The charge was filed by a City police officer. Winthrop i with the sick greater Community Hospital admitted mrs. Robert a Gill Afton Herbert Jones Duane Murphy and mrs. Marilyn Duckworth Creston. Dismissed Aaron Frey Emma o Riley mrs. Lundy weeks Creston mrs. Clyde Spring Prescott Mavia Lamoreaux mount Ayr Oren Arnold Winterset Larry Pinckney Marion. Rosary Hospital Corning Corning admitted Ronald Carlson of Villisca in Atric Lucas of Gravity Patricia Anderson of Villisca Frank Snethen of Corning mrs. Clifford Odell of coming and Albert Patterson of Villisca. Dismissed mrs. Edmund Talty of Corning Lavera Fife of coming mrs. Wayne Sperry of Villisca and mrs. James Wasson and son of Lenox. Ringgold county Hospital mount Ayr admitted Velma Kimball of mount Ayr and Joyce Adams of Kellerton. As it nears its 25th birthday on oct. 24, the United nations still has this big plus going for it in our state 80 per cent of All iowans pollsters say think Well of it. That s Fine. But we know too what it implies that few regard it As flawless. Even the United nations association of Iowa which has faithfully carried the in Torch through its first generation frankly acknowledges to its 3,000 members Active and prospective quot you Don t have to believe the in is perfect. We Don we can t Stop there either. What the Iowa it . Does believe is that the in can a Chieve before another generation is completed that prime goal set out in its 1945charter, the final elimination of quot the Scourge of War quot if the people of Iowa of ., of the world give it what it takes. Just what is that in the next two three weeks the answer to that query is going to be sought in Iowa More assiduously than Ever before. It will feature Public discussions and programs for in Day week in scores of cities and towns. It will dominate the governor s in Day program in Des Moines usually held at the state Capitol but because of construction work scheduled for Drake University on oct. 21. On that Day at Drake an official hearing by the president s commission on the Observance of the 25th in anniversary will seek answers from interested and informed iowans. Also asap Artof the govenor s Day show and offerings its recommendations to the presidential commission will be a youth symposium. It is expected to attract upward of 1,030 High school students from Over the state. In a series of regional meetings they sought a dare seeking agreement on recommendations for improving the in s performance in peacekeeping human relations environmental balance and Trade development. The president s commission was set up by president Nixon july 9 to recommend quot new initiatives appropriate to this memorable anniversary that would be of overriding importance to the in organization and . Participation in Henry cab of Lodge was named chairman of the 55-member group. Two members will conduct the Des Moines hearing one of Only six to be held across the country. Ing and support for in. The Iowa . A s committee Iowa study committee on International i 6 ice keeping on last in Day in the state Capitol Des Moines initiated a National dialogue on quot controlling conflicts in the 70s". This National Una report recommended establishment of a standing in Force of 25,030 men to insure peace Over the world. A Reserve of 15,030 additional would be available. The dialogue has evoked much comment and persuaded Many to realize that the quot in starts with you it s keep hoping and working harder quot for its objectives. Birthday in Kyi says demos dragging feet Iowa oct. 24 a vision news advertiser sat. Oct. 10, 1970. Births greater Community Hospital or. And mrs. Duane Armstrong of Greenfield have a 6 Pound 12 ounce daughter born oct. 9. Grandparents Are or. And mrs. Everett Christensen of Greenfield and or. And mrs. Kenneth Armstrong of Sontan Elle. Discuss financing at Fra meeting Charles h. Ehm vice president of the Iowa state savings Bank talked to the Creston High school chapter of future Farmers of America on financing of Fra projects at its meeting thursday night. The Fra members approved changes the chapter Constitution and discussed Community service projects. Plans for harvesting the chapter s Corn plot also were made. There were 24 members and one guest at the meeting. Final warning by kidnappers at the luncheon interim o the Des Moines hearing Thomas Vail a commission member and editor publisher of thecle Veland Plain dealer will address members of the u.. And guests in Hubbell dining room at Drake. Last year at the urging of the Council of International relations and in affairs Ciruna collegiate affiliate of u.., oct. 24 Dpi designated communications Day Over the country. In Iowa this communication Day is being utilized by Community coordinators on in programs u.. Chapters Ciruna to encourage iowans to write their newspaper editors phone their radio quot talk in quot programs on ideas for the improvement of the in. Mrs. Elmer m. Smith Dos Moines a member of the president s commission said Iowa was selected for one of its six sessions because of the leadership which the Iowa u.. Has Given in promoting under it and Morreal a Quebec separatists have warned Chat kidnapped British Diplomat James Richard Cross will not be found again unless Canadian authorities end their search for him Aid free 23 quot political prisoners quot by 6 . Today. The Quebec liberation front said in w Nat it again called its quot last communique quot Friday that quot neither the authorities nor their fascist police will find diploma j. Cross again if they do not fulfil our demands. Quot it also warned that quot if Ever the repressive police forces find us and try to intervene before the release of British Diplomat Cross rest assured to will defend our lives dearly and that j. Cross will be liquidated on the spot. And to have enough dynamite in our Possession to feel the communique and a note from Cross the British Trade commissioner to Quebec wore received by a Montreal radio station. The note was a response to a request by Quebec Justice minister Jerome Choquette for a Handwritten message from c Ross to his wife to show that he was alive. Although the kidnappers said their ultimatum was final there was no Way of knowing if it really was. They have been setting and resetting deadlines for the release of the prisoners All week and a supposedly final warning thursday night turned out to be just another in the series. The 49-year-old Diplomat was abducted at gunpoint from his House monday by terrorists who seek French speaking Quebec s Independence from Canada. By Dick Cavalli a Man Gold me an invisible balloon this morning. Quot a Washington fourth District congressman John Kyi today accused the Democrat leadership of quot fix it dragging quot in the business of environmental Protection and improvement. Kyi said quot it was in february of 1969 that the administration presented its far reaching environmental package of legislation to the Congress. The proposals were accompanied by background briefings and substantiating materials. I was one who participated in the briefings on both the clean air and clean water areas and hoped along with other sponsors of the Bills that Quick action would be forthcoming. Quot now As Congress prepares to recess the leadership has yet to hold hearings on the clean water Bills though there is widespread bipartisan support. Quot if these proposals were Law we would not have been surprised by the recent Mercury dumping and we could have obviated several other pollution problems. Quot the legislation is absolutely essential if we Are to proceed with environmental clean up in a meaningful and efficient nato soviets in War games Brussels a the North Atlantic treaty organization begins its biggest War games of the year today in the Eastern Mediterranean while the russians hold Maneu vers far to the North in East Germany. The soviet bloc has billed its exercise called brotherhood in arms quot As the biggest since world War ii. There have been reports that As Many As 580,000 men from seven countries May be participating although the actual number May not be much More than 100,000. Flight Western countries will be using about 100,000 men in their exercise quot deep express both exercises involve air sea and land forces and Landing operations. The soviet Maneu vers Are believed to have started tuesday and Are to last through oct. 20. The w Estern allies were also silent about the kind of Battle they Are simulating in northeastern Greece european Turkey and the Aegean sea. It will last until oct 22. Fifty thousand greek and turkish troops Are involved and Proba ably As Many More Are participating from six other countries including the United states Britain and West Germany. . Army Gen. Andrew j. Goodpaster supreme Allied commander of nato forces in the born loser Public notices the Legal notices which appear on this Page Are published under state Laws which requires that All taxpayers be kept informed As to what becomes of their fax Dollar that All persons be kept informed insofar As possible of Legal proceedings affecting persons of this area to keep Well informed readers should Check carefully the notices which appear under this heading Bowling scores in the District court of the state of Iowa in and for Union county in the matter of the estate of Terrence l. Owens deceased. Probate no. 8576 notice of appointment of administrator and notice to creditors to All persons interested in the above entitled estate you Are hereby notified that the undersigned has been appointed administrator of the above entitled estate that All persons indebted to said estate Are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned and creditors having claims against said estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named District court As provided by Law duly authenticated for allo Vance and unless so filed within six months from the second publication of this notice unless otherwise allowed or paid such claim shall thereafter be forever barred. Dated this 8th Day of octo a hts Elizabeth Seastrum Corpus Christi Texas Mullin Mullin Mclaughlin amp Harvey attorney for said administrator Creston Iowa Date of second publication 17th Day of october 1970. Eldon l. Breese clerk do Cresto Notte league Points Pabst 18l Farmers 18 twins 17 sweets 17 Beauty Haven 14 Belchers 9 i Wileys 9 Iowa electric 9 Europe has described the exercise As he said in announcing the Maneu vers that elements of the Allied command Europe Mobile Force would be airlifted from Home stations within Europe to the exercise area and that nato land forces would hold joint Maneu vers with National troops in Northern Greece and Turkey. Allied command Europe air units will provide fighter bomber support and reconnaissance for the land operations. Nato naval participation includes aircraft carriers and amphibious units. Autos damaged automobiles driven by Clyde j. Hall 69, route 4, Corning and Linda Ellis 909 West Montgomery Street were damaged in a collision at Sumner and new York avenues Here at 1 30 . Friday. Mrs. Hall who was Riding with her husband was treated at the Creston medical clinic for a leg injury. Police said Hall pulled from the Stop sign on new York Avenue onto Sumner Avenue and collided with the southbound Ellis car. Hall has been charged with failing to yield the right of Way. Autos collide automobiles driven by Clifford d. Balius 42, 1402 Kirby Street and Michael e. Ford 18, of Rural Tingley were damaged in a collision on Sumner Avenue South of Adams Street Friday afternoon. Police said both were going South on Sumner Avenue and Balius stopped at a school crossing. His car was hit from the rear by the Ford car. Campus officer wounds three in Tennessee Morristown Tenn. A a Campus Security officer says he believes he fired the shot which injured three students at Morristown College Early Friday morning. It. Charles Hawkins regional operations manager for the company which provides Campus Security at the College Collins Murray guard service inc., said earlier reports released by the predominantly negro College that the students were wounded by shots fired from a passing car Are quot absolutely William h. Henderson iii coordinator of College relations and Morristown police chief e. H. Winstead said Friday the shots were fired into a group of students on a Balcony from a car belonging to a no student which had been on the Campus earlier. But Hawkins said no such car was on the Campus at the time of the shooting about 1 30 a. M. Havkins who is White said he had returned to the Campus shortly after 1 . To investigate a report from Morristown police that four carloads of Blacks Bent on stirring up trouble were Enro Ute to the Campus from Jefferson City. Hawkins said that after he arrived he heard a shot fired and thought a Campus Security guard May have been hit. Hawkins said instead alien he went to investigate quot three shots were fired and bullets came zipping by he said he then fired a sawed off Shotgun into a group of male students gathered on the Balcony of a men s dormitory about 50 feet away. A. Elec. 585 695 610 1870 Belchers 620 606 625 1851 High India. Series Marie Squier 384, Sharon Ridnour 419 Pabst 649 601 640 1890 sweets 618 667 64s 1933 High India. Series Juanita Harrison 428, Helen Staver 429 b to Haven 713 733 756 2202 Wileys 752 70s 725 2185 High India. Series Pat Bishop 470, Beverly Fry 474 Farmers 807 826 764 2397 twin 772 718 752 2242 High India. Series Judy ii Lett 513, Margaret Baker 516 games 160 and Over Judy Hulett 213, Donna Means 184, Alberta Bennett 171-162, Margaret Baker 200, Isabelle Myers 176, Loretta Bayles 176, Pat Bishop 167, Irene Taylor 173, mini Claiser 184, Beverly Fry 173, Tim Long 183, Carol Hawkins 161, Bernadine Pende graft 167, Juanita Harrison 175, Helen Staver 162 splits picked up Alice Myers 5-10, Bobbie Baze 9-10, Joan Nurnberg 3-10, Mary Myers 6-7-10 Channel Kats Points producers is 11 Marti s 10 Bonanza 10 team no. 8 8 Gulf Oil 7 True vue 6 j and c 4 Marti s 421 461 472 1354 pc aug. 506 534 386 1426 High individual series Carolyn Pingree 377, Karen Cros ser 380 prod. Live. 508 583 495 1586 True Vul 540 398 486 1424 High individual series Mary Joe Dorgan 480, Mildred Bonus 368 Gulf Oil 438 454 370 1262 Bonanza b. 455 525 497 1477 High individual series Beulah Mcdonald 326, Sharon Jal Azalia 466 Woolworth 561 448 481 1490 team #8 466 485 482 1433 High individual series Marilyn Nobbman 405, Doris Craig 424 games 160 and Over Gladys Beckel 163, Mary to Dorgan 173-191, Sharon Jale Walla 171, Barbara Wegner 167. Splits picked up Marilyn Nobbman 4-10, Doris Craig 5-10. More than 100 kinds of apples Are grown in the United states. Kenneth c. Roy All was the last Secretary of War. The russian ruler Vladimir introduced christianity into Russia. He became a Christian in 987 and shortly thereafter ordered All his subjects to become christians. By Art Sansom owe of Lak uce use ou-4f.mca/e w car i mediately Campus Clatter by Larry Lewis bugs Bunny by Heimdahl amp Stoffel Priscilla s pop m a dec Bftts Row Vaa by al Vermeer

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