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Creston News Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 24, 1970, Creston, Iowa Creston 41, Glenwood 6 Greenfield 42, East Union 6 Corning 20, Lenox 12atlantic 26, Shenandoah 0 red Oak 14, Lewis Central 12 Murray 25, Russell 0osceola 8. Mount Ayr 6 Bedford 14. Villisca 8clarinda 16. St. Albert 15 Indianola is South Tama 0earlham 54, Orient Macksburg 8 Harlan 66, Carroll 0 Iowa n liner Giffrow Creston news advertiser vol. 90 no. 170 daily since dec. 5, 1881 Creston Iowa 50801 saturday october24,1970 ten cents governor approves re amp plan the Southern Iowa resources conservation and development r c and d plan has been approved by governor Robert Ray Dale Juergens of Clearfield chairman of the r c and d project Board said today. Approval by the governor is a major step Juergens said. The plan will now be printed and submitted to . Secretary of agriculture Clifford Hardin for approval and funding. Juergens said the plan submitted to the governor includes some 125 projects in the seven counties included in the r c and d program. The projects were submitted by steering committees in each county and approved by the project executive Board for inclusion in the initial plan. The plan Juergens noted is quot open end quot and additional projects will be submitted late for other development within the seven county areas. Plane crashes into shrine san Juan Tex a thirty three minutes after an Anonymous radio warning that All Catholic and methodist Chur Ches and schools in a wide area of the lower Rio Grande Valley should be evacuated a plane smashed into a roman Catholic shrine Here killing the Pilot. Twenty five priests and 40 worshippers were in the shrine of the Virgin of san Juan Catholic Church when the aircraft plummeted into the roof of the Sanctuary Friday. A Hundred feet away More than 100 elementary school children were Midway through their noon lunch. There were no serious injuries but an ensuing fire destroyed the shrine visited monthly by thousands of pilgrims. Investigators said the plane was piloted by Frank Alexander about 45, a former mathematics instructor at Pharr san Juan a la to High school the crash occurred 33 minutes after the Federal aviation administration at nearby Mcallen received the radio warning on a special radio frequency reserved for aircraft emergencies. The broadcaster a Man would say Only that there was quot a serious plot quot involved. Bomb explodes at Kent state Kent Ohio a a bomb exploded out Side an old building on the Kent state University Campus Early today and caused minor damage. No one was injured. The blast came Only hours after the number of arrests on indictments returned by a special grand jury investigating last May s Campus disorders climbed to 14. Donald Schwartz Miller Campus Security officer said the blast damaged the Back door and porch of a building formerly known As the Ward House. The House is currently assigned to the human relations Center and has been used this Quarter by the Black United students. Schwartz Miller said the Type of explosive used was not determined. Pieces of wire and tape were found indicating it was some Type of homemade bomb. A passing Beauty of autumn this hard Maple at the Ray Victor Home 618 new York Avenue is undoubtedly one of Creston s most spectacular autumn Trees. Many have admired it if s sad that such Beauty is doomed to fade. Now there s something for horticultural scientists to work on an Ever red tree. News advertiser color photo. No peace moves peaceful Competition Coal before election Saigon a Allied officials said today they expect no new moves by Hanoi at the Paris peace talks until at least after next month s . Congressional elections. The officials said that if Hanoi were to make any move to follow up president Nixon s five Point peace plan it might be a boost to Nixon and the candidates his administration supports in the nov. 3 election. Quot Hanoi wants to keep the doves in Congress quot one official explained. Informed sources said in Paris Friday that Nixon s peace plan has not been followed up by secret talks with the North vietnamese. Experts say this is the Only Way to get substantive negotiations going. On the War front Allied officials in Vietnam said they anticipate a rash of quot hit and run quot attacks in Vietnam timed to coincide with the american election. They said it is Likely that the North vietnamese and Viet Cong will step up their rocket and mortar attacks and terror assaults. Us. Forces at least in the Northern part of the country were bracing More for typhoon Kate today than for any Viet Cong attacks. The storm is expected to dissipate rapidly Over South Vietnam. Dying by sunday afternoon. Spokesman said that if the typhoon continued on its present course it would slam into the Danang area sunday. Officials evacuated about 100 american patients from the s 95th Field Hospital in Danang. In the South China sea ships of the . 7th Fleet mane Vered to escape the storm. Washington a a Veteran Diplomat s Crisp remark summed up what Many believe today about prospects for president Nixon s bid for peaceful .-soviet Competition to improve world conditions. Paul Henri Spaak of Belgium president of the United nations general Assembly s first session in 1946, was asked if Nixon s Appeal to the Kremlin delivered in a . Speech Friday is Likely to Lead to anything. Quot not immediately and not Here quot Spaak said. Quot it s a Long the top Moscow representative at the . S 25th anniversary session foreign minister Andrei a. Gromyko was strictly noncommittal. Quot i want to study it thoroughly quot Gromyko said of Nixon s speech. He added quot we Are still firmly for Nixon himself clearly did not expect any speedy development wiping out what he portrayed As the Post world War n pattern of big Powers jockeying for maximum advantage in every situation. He said the deep .-soviet differences have caused quot much of the world s and the in s most grievous troubles quot and improved relations Between the two superpowers Are needed to Lay a base for global peace. Nixon said the nuclear superstate should abandon quot the old patterns of Power politics quot for a new Road. He added quot i invite the leaders of the soviet Union to join us in taking that new Road to join in a peaceful Competition not in the accumulation of but in the dissemination of Progress not in the building of missiles but in now done to forget old school furniture sold old furniture no longer used by the Creston Community schools was sold at auction Friday. The inclement weather made the crowd smaller than expected but nearly All the furniture was sold. Figures on the Sale have not been by a a quot port s i an Oard time begins at 2 a.m., Sun will be made to the Board of r. A. 9 education soon. Day oct. 25. Set clocks Back an hour. Waging a winning War against hunger and disease and human misery in our own countries and around the the president cited four incentives for Washington and Moscow to curb their differences the danger of nuclear Exchange the huge Burden the potential economic gain from expanding . Soviet Trade and pressing economic and social needs of others around the 2 die in crash on Isu compus Ames a Raymond Arthur Veline 57, and Lola Robertson both of Ames were killed in a two car crash at . 30 on the Iowa state University Campus Early today. The Highway patrol said a car driven by Veline collided with a police Cruiser driven by patrolman Austin Robert Koch or. 27, of Ames. Officers said the Veline car apparently made a left turn in front of the police car. Mrs. Robertson was dead on arrival at a Hospital. Veline died about two hours later. Koch was treated for head and leg cuts and released from a Hospital. Tanker sinking after collision in English Channel Isle of Wight Englund a a Tanker carrying 70,000 tons of crude Oil was sinking in the English Channel today after colliding with another Oil Tanker and bursting into flames. Lloyds of London reported that there was considerable Oil pollution of the sea after the collision Friday night Between the stricken Pacific glory and the Allegro which was not badly damaged. Five sailors were killed in the collision four Miles off the Isle of Wight and eight were missing. Authorities said All were part of the Pacific glory s 42-Man Crew. An Armada of lifeboats firefighting tugs and merchant ships remained several Hundred Yards away from the burning Tanker because of the intense heat. Rescue vessels scoured the area for survivors. Big 4 to press for Mideast peace talks world. He dwelt Only briefly on specific current crises. He called on the big two Powers to work for peace in the Mideast rather than risk nuclear confrontation. On Vietnam he said quot let us agree to a cease fire and negotiate a for the 127-nation ., Nixon endorsed eight endeavours ranging from foreign Aid to population control reaffirm Faith in United nations United nations . A the . General Assembly wound up its 25th anniversary commemorative session today by adopting a solemn declaration reaffirming its Faith in the world organization condemning colonialism and calling for an end to the race. Secretary general u. Thant warned quot we have Little time left to restore the Faith which the peple throughout the world had at the birth of this he said the nations of the world had two alternatives that there will be no change quot in our outmoded procedures and policies quot or that the United nations will receive More support especially from the great Powers. Quot if the first course is followed quot he said quot this organization will become increasingly irrelevant the second alternative represents the Road to a stronger and More effective United nations fulfilling its purposes under the action on the declaration of Faith in the United nations and its goals closed out the 10-Day commemorative s e s Sion at which 18 Heads of state 24 chiefs of government and 44 other representatives mostly foreign ministers paid tribute to the world forum. Its final form was hammered out in a lengthy nighttime session that ended Early Friday. The declaration also a Ilea the . S second development decade now beginning. United nations . A the big four Powers have decided to press Egypt Jordan and Israel to extend the Middle East cease fire past its nov. 5 expiration Date. That done they will work for a resumption of peace talks with an Eye toward eventual settlement of hostilities. . Secretary general u Thant announced the decision Friday night after a 3%-hour working dinner in his office suite with foreign ministers Andrei a. Gromyko of the soviet Union and Maurice Schumann of France foreign Secretary sir Alec Douglas Home of Britain and . Secretary of state William p. Rogers. Also present was Gunnar v. Jarring of Sweden Thant s special representative for the Middle East. The ministers were in new York for the 25th anniversary session of the United nations. Jarring Sweden s ambassador to Moscow was recalled a week ago to try to resume his peace Mission which broke Down aug. 25 when Israel charged that Egypt was violating a military standstill agreement by moving antiaircraft missiles toward the Suez canal. Than s statement issued by a . Spokesman in his behalf said quot the four foreign ministers had a useful Exchange of views Lions Host to District rally the Creston Lions club will be Host sunday afternoon and evening to a Lions District 9-c fall rally about 200 Lions and their wives from Southwest Iowa clubs Are expected to attend. Charles g. Page a director of Lions International will speak at the evening banquet at the being cafe. The afternoon rally sessions will be held at southwestern Community College Dell Harlan of Clarinda District governor will preside at the business meeting. Marianne Malone Creston High school Spanish and French teacher and three of her students will entertain the ladies during the business meeting. They will Tell about their educational trip to Mexico during the summer. A tour of the southwestern building will be held after the business session and ladies program according to Charles h. Chuck Ehm president of the Creston Lions club. Elect Allende As Chile president Santiago Chile a Congress today 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 presidential election but failed to get the required majority. The vote was 153 for Allende and 35 for the runner up candidate former president Jorge Alexandri a conservative Independent. There were seven Blank ballots. Only five of the 50 senators and 150 House members were absent. Persons student killed in crash Macon to. A Bernard Rosenburg 19, of Philadelphia a student at Parsons College in Fairfield Iowa was fatally injured Friday evening in a two car collision three Miles North of Here on . 63. Authorities said Rosenburg was a passenger in a car driven by Thomas John Petrowski 18, of Passaic . With the Secretary general and ambassador jarring on the situation in the Middle East. Quot they agreed to exert their utmost efforts to enable ambassador jarring to resume his Mission at the earliest possible Date to search for possibilities through the agreement of the parties directly concerned to extend the Observance of the cease fire for a period to be determined and to find a peaceful solution on the basis of Resolution 242 of the Security Council. Quot the four Powers will continue their consultations and their permanent representatives in new York will meet again on oct. 28." Resolution 242 set up Condit ions for a settlement and called for negotiations. Since aug. 25, Isreal has repeatedly accused the Fygi trans of violations. Cairo reject ii the charges has countered that Israel is fortifying positions within the standstill zone in violation of the plan. The big four s chief . Delegates sir Colin Crowe of Britain ambassador Jacques Kosciusko Morzet of France soviet ambassador Jacob a. Malik and . Ambassador Charles w. Yost already had scheduled a meeting for oct 28, to discuss guidelines for jarring s indirect talks. All four were present at Friday night s meeting. Need $2,681 to hit United fund Coal contributions to the Creston United fund Campaign have reached a total of $13,319.28, with $2,681 to go to reach the goal of $16,000. The schools Section is the Only one which has been completed. There Are still reports missing from the Industrial business and residential sections. Clean up workers have been assigned in these areas. The United fund Board urged workers and persons who have not been contacted As yet to make a special Effort to Complete the Campaign As quickly As possible. It is important that the goal be reached the Board said because the nine organizations who Combine their fund appeals in the United fund Campaign depend upon it for the support. Persons who have not been contacted by a United fund worker Are encouraged to make their contributions by mail to the United fund 210 West Montgomery Street Creston. News in Brief around the world Washington a a Veteran Diplomat s Crisp remark summed up what Many believe today about prospects for president Nixon s bid for peaceful .-soviet Competition to improve world conditions. Washington a president Nixon just 18 hours after endorsing the re election of the Senate s no. 1 Democrat flies to quot Agnew country quot today to stump for Maryland s Republican ticket. Santa Cruz Calif. A armed guards in pairs Are posted around the clock at each Corner of the building in which a Young Man is jailed on charges of slaying five persons execution style. Saigon a Allied officials said today they expect no new moves by Hanoi at the Paris peace talks until at least after next month s . Congressional elections. Santiago Chile a troops and police were on the Alert throughout Chile today As Congress met to elect the nation s next president it was almost certain that the Winner today s funny 7h6 �asf6s was to6bt i00r wife5 attemt/0a/ \6 to look comm nor amp than to or Joe Twomey Phoeni. Ant. 1970 by Nia left it Todori funny will pay st 00 tor each original quot funny quot us a Send Gugy to today t funny 1200 weit thud st Cleveland Ohio 44113 will be Salvador Allende. Los Angeles a in a Surprise move Charles Man son took the stand at the Sharon Tate murder trial and announced that he had visited the slain actress Plush estate. Hartford Conn. A vice president Spiro t. Agnew says he wants to be humorous in his speeches but in a political Campaign it is sometimes difficult quot to be funny without being Montreal a three More men were being sought today in the kidnapping of Pierre Laporte the Quebec labor minister found strangled last saturday in the trunk of a car. The Fate of a second Kidnap victim British Trade commissioner James Cross the other hostage has not been heard of. Women s Bureau meets wednesday the women s Bureau of the Creston chamber of Commerce will meet at the being cafe at noon wednesday to make assignments for participation in the chamber of Commerce annual meeting on nov. 17. Members of the Bureau will receive their assignments for the Sale of tickets for the annual meeting and plans will be made for decorations for the annual meeting and other participation. The weather i it artly Cloudy to Cloudy tonight and sunday. Chance of rain or drizzle North and East tonight. Lows in the upper 40s to Low 50s. Chance of showers sunday. A Little warmer South. Highs in mid 60s North to Low 70s South. From Creston 01 i Ocial. Weather station High past 24 hours 63 Low past 24 hours 53 Reading at noon 57 precipitation .14

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