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Creston News Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 26, 1970, Creston, Iowa It Pisut to news advertiser vol 90 no. 148 daily since dec. 5, 1881 Creston Iowa 50801 saturday september 26, 1970 ten cents put up signs for one Way streets Hussein names civilian to signs for the one Way Street plan in the Creston business District Are being put up by the Street department. The one Way Street plan is to become effective on thursday oct. 1, if the installation of signs and changing parking meters can be completed by that time. As the signs Are put up they Are covered. The covers will not be removed until the one Way Street plan is effective. It will take several Days to put up All the signs and change meters mayor Marvin j. Taylor said. The City Council approved a three month trial of the one Way Street plan in the business District after being told by a traffic safety Engineer for the aaa motor club of Iowa that it would provide a better and faster flow of traffic. The plan had been worked out by the City planning commission. Under the plan there will be one Way traffic on Adams Montgomery Mills division Oak Elm Maple Pine and Walnut streets. Traffic will be eastbound on Adams and Mills streets and westbound on Montgomery Street Between division and Walnut streets. Traffic will be southbound on divison Elm and Pine streets and North bound on Oak Maple and Walnut streets Between Adams and Howard Man killed in crash on interstate 80 Greenfield a a Nebraska Man was killed Friday night in a one car Accident East of Here when his car ran off interstate 80. Dead is George Delane Spence 36, of Elkhorn neb. Highway patrol officers said Spence s westbound car went off the interstate and then rolled Over when he tried to bring it Back on the Highway. He was dead on arrival at a Greenfield work Doy at new Golf course a Eton it happened. It just rained too much Friday and the Earth moving Day at the new Afton Golf course set for this morning and this afternoon had to be called off. It will be set up for a later Date this fall the Dan Rutledge of the committee in general charge said this morning. It will be announced in due time. Six bulldozers had been lined up to really give the proposed course layout along the East Side of Afton Lake a work out shaping and grading and Clearing. But things were too soft this in Western Colombia Bogota Colombia apr an earthquake Shook parts of Western Colombia today. There were no immediate reports of injuries or damage. The quake was reported to have been Felt the strongest at Pereira about 220 Miles West of Bogota. Officials reported cases of panic among inhabitants there. The earthquake hit at 7 02 a. M f tvr head new Jordan Cabinet Diane Eklund a 1970 Homecoming Queen Diane Eklund is Homecoming Queen Diane k. Eklund was crowned Queen of the 37th annual Creston High school Homecoming last night. However because of the inclement weather the Coronation did not take place at the half time ceremony at the Homecoming football game. The half time show by the band and peppers was cancelled because of the Rainy weather. The Coronation took place at the Homecoming Ball in the High school gymnasium after the game. The panthers lost the Homecoming game to Winter set 12-0. Cindy Levine the 1969 Homecoming Queen crowned miss Eklund As her successor As the dance began to music of Tommy t and the Salt River combo. Miss Eklund had been chosen As Queen by vote of the senior class. The four other candidates in the final voting served As the Queen s court. They were Cindy Davidson Lyn Lomicka Mary Mccann and Kathie Stephens. Miss Eklund is the daughter of or. And mrs. Arthur Eklund 507 North Cherry Street. Her escort last night was John Wolfe son of or. And mrs. James l. Wolfe route 1, Creston. The Queen candidates carried umbrellas As they Rode in open convertibles in the Homecoming Parade Friday afternoon. The Start of the Parade scheduled for 2 30 ., was delayed for awhile because of the Rainy weather. Heavy rain had fallen before the Parade formed but it had stopped when the Parade began. However there were Light sprinkles during the Parade and heavy rain began falling again when the Parade stopped on Adams Street for a Pep rally. The Pep rally was Cut Short because of the rain. There were 21 units in the Parade including nine floats the High school and Junior High school bands the peppers cheerleaders and several marching units. The Junior class float representing a quot Panther quot submarine sinking a Winter set Rowboat with a rocket was awarded first prize for floats by the Parade judges Jack l. Wiechmann Lou Palm and mrs. Jack p. Continued on Page 4 Junior float wins first prize the quot sink the huskies quot float of the Junior class won first prize for floats in the Creston High school Homecoming Parade Friday afternoon. The float shown above had an animated quot Panther quot submarine sinking a Winter set Rowboat with a rocket. The seniors won second prize with their quot Mash quot float and sophomores placed third with the quot support your local panthers quot float. Movie titles was the theme for the Parade. A news advertiser Speaks at coming dinner Corning soil and water conservation As exemplified by the soil conservation districts and their programs in Iowa is ahead of most other segments in controlling pollution gov. Robert Ray said in Corning thursday night. Gov. Ray was the principal speaker at an awards banquet at which the Adams county soil conservation District received the 1970 soil conservation a Ward from the Omaha world Herald. About 220 persons attended the banquet at the first presbyterian Church in Corning and about 50 More came for the awards program. Gov. Ray arrived by air plane at the Corning Airport about 5 30 And was taken on a tour to two Structure Sites and the site of the Large Lake in the Walters Creek watershed. The big Lake is about four Miles North of Corning. Agriculture is still the leading Industry in Iowa the governor said. It has zeroed in with concern in conserving the resources of the state. Bill Greiner director of the state department of soil conservation introduced the governor. Gary Claxton of the Des Moines Bureau of the Omaha world Herald presented the soil conservation award to the Adams county District. It is the fourth time that Adams county Lias been the Winner among soil conservation districts in Nebraska and southwestern Iowa. Adams county was the Winner in 1950, 1964 and 1968. Claxton said the very Strong Community involvement in soil and water conservation helped the Adams county District win the award. He presented a plaque and $100 Cash award to the District a certificate to each member of the soil District commissioners and a $75 Check to help pay the costs of the banquet to Ted Turner chairman of the commissioners. Austin Turner a coming businessman was master of ceremonies for the awards program and Rev. W. Ii. Sinning gave the invocation. The coi Ning High school girls chorus entertained with three broken a Large plate Glass window on the South Side of the Creston Junior High school building was broken by vandals last night. The broken window was reported to police today by school custodians. United fund Kickoff monday the Creston United fund Campaign starts monday in the business and Industrial sections. The residential Section will Start about a week later on tuesday oct. 6. A kick off Coffee for the 31 workers who will be working in the business Section of the Campaign will be held at the Ber Ning cafe at 7 30 a. Monday. The workers will meet with the business District chairman Don hammers and co Lou Palm and Joe Brownrigg to receive instructions and supplies. They will begin making their Calls immediately after the breakfast the United fund Board of directors has decided that employees of business and industries in Creston will be contacted at the places where they work rather than at their Homes. The business and Industrial firms Are being asked to inform their employees of the United fund Campaign distribute the United fund cards and collect the contributions from their employees. The Industrial Section of the Campaign is headed by Deane Smith George Whitmarsh Virgil w. Partlow and Jim Johnston As co chairmen. They have been contacting the Industrial firms to make arrangements for the United fund Campaign. The goal for the United fund Campaign this fall is $16,000, which will include funds to support nine agencies that participate in this United Effort. The nine Are the red Cross Union county association for retarded children boy scouts girl scouts y.w.c.s., children s Home society arthritis foundation Iowa mental health association and . The residential Section of the Campaign will be directed by Ron Defenbaugh and mrs. Steven Stults As co chairmen. Several of the organizations which receive United fund support will be in charge of the drive in different wards and Are recruiting workers for Calls that will be made at Homes begin ing oct. 6. Teachers and other employees of schools will be contacted for United fund participation through the schools Section which is headed by Chuck filers the Headquarters for the United fund Campaign this year will be at the True vue Cable television offices at 210 West Montgomery Street. Workers in the business Section of the Campaign Are to make their reports to mrs. Eve Roberts executive Secretary of the United fund there. New ass term much Corn seed no for Sam Cooper Armand s. Sam Cooper of Lorimor was reelected to the Union county ass committee for a new three year term at the county ass convention today. Wayne Crittenden of Afton was reelected chairman of the county committee with Cooper renamed As vice chairman and Harold Emhoff of Creston As the third member of the committee. Cooper has been a member of the committee for three successive terms and had previously served on the county committee for a total of 15 years. Community committeemen elected in ass township elections earlier this month met at the county ass office Here for the convention today. Truman Shroudemier of Thayer was elected As the first alternate member of the county committee. Frank Miller was named second alternate. They will serve one year named by Ringgold Asci mount Ayr Marshall Barker of mount Ayr was reelected to the Ringgold county ass committee today for a new three year term. He also was reelected chairman of the county committee. The election was by Community committeemen elected earlier this month who met today for the annual county ass convention. Donald Thomas of mount Ayr was named first alternate member of the county committee and Junior Ricker of mount Ayr was named second alternate. Donald Wiley of Diagonal was named vice chairman of the county committee. Blight resistant by Jim Mone Arne daily Tribune writer Ames idea seventy five per cent of the seed Corn sold next Spring in Eastern Iowa Illinois Indiana and parts of Ohio is expected to carry with it the Strain which could produce com blight. Dean Foley a pathologist at Iowa state University said a Survey by seed companies producing 80 per cent of All seed com in the country indicates the com growing area of mid America will receive about 400,000 pounds of seed. Some 98,000 pounds erf the seed is ear rot resistant while the remainder carries strains of a Little known to cytoplasm or quot Texas male the Strain its full effects Little known took its share of the Iowa com crop this year in com blight. Foley estimates the loss at about 10 per cent with its efforts sporadic from less than one per cent in one Field to heavy damage in Fields a few Miles away. The to Strain is a character not inherited through genes it is carried by the female but male crosses cannot change the susceptibility of the disease in new crosses according to the Iowa state expert. Com blight is not new. The present Case of blight was discovered in Iowa after Foley and pathologist Charles Martin also of Iowa state isolated the disease Helminth Sportum Maydis in August of 1969 in year old com stored in a bin. Apparently the ear rot or blight was present last year in Western and Southern Iowa but mis diagnosed with blame put on the weather. Holes in the leaves were thought caused by Hail and a Low test weight of Corn was attributed to drought Foley said. Investigating the problem this year is More difficult Foley explained because some Fields have both ear rot and Leaf blight. Quot it is agreed there Are two strains quot Foley said quot and the t Strain has been identified As the pathologist said the 98,000 pounds erf blight resistant or a cytoplasm bearing seed Corn can succumb to Leaf blight but there is no verified record of ear rot. The 128,000 pounds of the to cytoplasm carrying seed and the 164,000 blended pounds of t and a cytoplasm could cause problems however. While the blend could be safest of the two non resistant seeds Foley said Cash Grain Farmers using the blend could be downgraded if there is evidence of the to Strain. Should the Farmer worry e Oley believes next year s Corn blight will not get any worse because of the resistant materials and the discontinuance of bad hybrids. Quot Farmers always assume certain risks he added. Foley foresees troubled areas like Southern Iowa switching to soybeans while similar areas in Western Iowa might Plant sorghum. But he advises quot an area should by All Means grow Corn if it is Best suited for the weather fair saturday night and sunday. Cooler Southeast half saturday night Low around 40. From Creston official weather station a High past 24 hours 62. Low past 24 hours 36. Reading at 1 30 53. Precipitation .82. Know your United fund scouts get United fund Aid some 440 boys in Creston Are receiving the benefits of boy scouting in a program supported by the Creston United fund Campaign. The boy scouts Are one of the nine agencies who receive support from the United fund Campaign which begins monday. The boy scout portion of the United fund budget is $2,000--$1,750 for general scouting operation and $250 earmarked for local scout activities. I Here Are four cub scout packs five boy scout troops and eight explorer scout posts in Creston. Their membership is 186 cubs 111 scouts and 143 explorers. Several new scout units Are planned for Creston. Several dozen adult leaders men and women who give their time and efforts also Are engaged in directing the scout ing activities. Creston is part of the Blue grass District of the mid America Council of boys scouts of America. The District includes Union Adair Adams Taylor and Ringgold counties. It has More than 1,600 boys enrolled in about 80 units. The mid America Council of Western Iowa and Eastern neb Baska serves Over 40,000 boys and Young men in scouting. Through boy scouting boys have an Opportunity to grow into Good citizens because of the training they receive As scouts. The scouting program has a direct bearing on the kind of citizens these Young boys become. Many famous men including All of the nation s presidents in the past 56 years have been affiliated directly with boy scouting because thoi Lull Chil Kol in i boy scouting principles and i deals exemplify the True american spirit and Are based on the principles upon which this country was founded. Recent activities i which Creston scouts have participated in club overnight Camps Campor yes District scouting show summer Camps and other activities. Creston scouts have been showing steady advancement in rank and six of the scouts recently reached Eagle scout rank the highest in the scouting program in a single Eagle c ourt of Honor. Boy scouting follows a quot Rug aged Road quot of excitement adventure and fun for boys from 8 through 18 years of age and is a Means to an end of Many of the juvenile delinquency problems which plague communities throughout the nation. By t1ie Assoc aed press King Hussein of Jordan formed a new government today to work for reconstruction of his strife ravaged country As Arab leaders accused him and his army of violating the new cease fire. Ahmed Toukan a palestinian who was chief of Hussein s Royal court was named prime minister. Toukan is a former Deputy prime minister. From Cairo president Jaa far al Numajiri of Sudan who led an Arab peace Mission to Amman and got the cease fire Friday accused Hussein of personal responsibility for the bloodshed. Coming on the heels of pc ident Gamal Abdel Nasser s harsh Cable to Hussein Early this morning accusing him of trying to liquidate the Palestine guerrillas no Mairit a statement appeared to demand the Kings Scalp in the Arab worlds bitter internecine struggle. A we tried to implement the cease fire a Numajiri told a news conference quot but we failed because one of the parties violated the he left no doubt that in his View the violations came exclusively from the jordanian Side. Jordans said the violations were the work of die hard palestinian guerrillas. Guerrilla Leader Yasir Arafat flew to Cairo with Numajiri Friday night to represent the palestinian viewpoint at a continuing meeting of amb leaders in the egyptian capital. Although Toukan a civilian Heads the 13-Man Cabinet key defense Interior and information posts Are held by military men. Six military officers Are held Over in the new Cabinet from the military government of prime minister Mohammed Daoud who resigned in mysterious circumstances in Cairo earlier this week and sought political Asylum in Libya. Hussein accepted the resignation of Daoud s Cabinet Friday. It appeared the new regime would not meet guerrilla demands that the military government be abolished. It was creation of a military regime that provoked the outbreak of the civil War last week. Hussein declared his forces had observed the cease fire quot despite endless provocations quot and urged the guerrillas quot to slam the door shut forever on dissection and the a1 e Atah guerrilla organization in Beirut said the continued on Page 4red Cross chapter meeting tuesday the annual meeting of the t a Ion county chapter of the american red Cross will be held tuesday evening. The meeting will be in the Iowa electric Light and Power t o. Gas service offices at 8 p. M., tuesday. Officers of the chapter will be elected and reports on red Cross activities will be Given according to a1 Zarifis chapter chairman. All members of the chapter Board of directors and anyone interested Are invited to attend. By will not speak at War rally Paris a vice president Nguyen t to by has decided not to address a win the War rally in Washington it was Learned today. The South vietnamese Leader revealed his dec is Ion during the taping Here of a television program which will be broadcast in the i United suites on sunday his decision removes a potential Point of irritation Between Saigon and the Ixon administration. A s. Officials had been lobbying quietly to convince kit to change his mind. Yet informed sources said the decisive move in the backstage discussion Ca me from South Vietnam s ambassador to Washington Bui diem. Bui diem flew into Paris i i i Day to Witk to the vice press Dent sources said and to Tell by the demonstration in Washington next saturday did not have the Benediction of president i xon

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