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Daily Capital News (Newspaper) - October 10, 1970, Jefferson City, MissouriChilly May sets fair to a Tapir Tosick St far Imfelt fat vol us no 158 Jefferson City Missouri 10 1970 j Kidnap warning said final Nixon orders Fri to Missouri Squires ten new members of the Missouri Academy of Squires an honorary organization founded by former gov James t Blair or were initiated Friday bringing membership of the select group to 99 another new Squire head football coach Dan Devine was in Lincoln neb preparing for today football game with the Corn huskers the new members Are seated left to right Charles l Bacon Kansas City h Bartle former Kansas City mayor g Duncan Bauman St Louis publisher and Lewis m Means Fayette standing congressman Ric hard h Ichord Houston or Earle b Jewell Forsyth Jack Matthews Columbia a j drink water or Charleston Jack Stapleton Stan Berry and Elliott h Stein St Louis news and Tribune staff photo in joint probe Gole county prosecuting at Torney Byron l Kinder said Fri Day he will work with attorney general John c Danforth off ice in presenting evidence to the Cole county grand jury Kinever said tote grand s caused by a state Law attorney general exclusive jurisdiction Iii prosecuting wrongdoing in the office Kinder said he exchanged in fori nation with Danforth office and met with investigators in Case Friday afternoon at Sygen Dale l Rollins and asst atty Gen John c Craft to re present the attorney generals office representatives of the Attar generals off ice asked to be used in the presentation to it find injury and Kinder agreed after checking the Law Gay my the attorney general jurisdiction Iii any final prosecution Kinder warned members of the hews Media he would not permit them to ask grand jurors what they Are considering or who they planned to Call he said he would Tell the grand jurors to report any attempts of the news mediator question grand jurors in calling the grand jury Cole county circuit judge James t Riley charged them to investigate reports of alleged corruption in the state Treasur ers office and to determine the truth Ijar untruth of the charges Stlouis quoted James b Crismon indicted Ebonne Terre banker and his son Larry Crismon As say ing was Given to state treasurer William e Robinson to secure a state Deposit in the first state Bank of Bonne Terre Robinson issued a statement saying he accepted the Money see Kinder Fage 6 j new Levels blast at Ada by Tow presi okla vice president Spiro t Agnew As sailed the americans for democratic action Friday As a of Radical liberals and its n a t i o n a 1 chairman democratic senatorial candidate Joseph Duffey of Connecticut As a self styled revisionist marxist Agnew said the adj a Liberal organization critical of his on student had gone hard Teft and appears to favor the Rock throwing bomb planting obscenity shouting Radical v Are the students i denounce Agnew told a Republican Campaign raising luncheon fund turning to Duffey Agnew said the Senate candidate de scribes himself As a marxist who also is an ordained minister termed agnews remarks a vicious deliberate smear Amnot marxist of any kind i am a to y a 1 and c o m m i 11 e d american withal Good Deal Virtor respect for the decency and Good sense of the american people than or Agnew f v in his speech the latest in a series of Campaign stops for gop candidates Agnew also criticized statements he attributed to former atty Gen Ramsey Clark John Kenneth Galbraith the economist and Sens Edmund s Muskie and George Mcgovern both of whom have been mentioned As possible democratic presidential candidates in 1972 the vice president quoted atty Gen Ramsey Clark an Ada Board member As telling students in like Black Panther Bobby Seale in Many ways arid Agnew said Galbraith Adas vice chairman has said see Agnew Page 6 Montreal Kidnap ers of British Diplomat James Richard Cross issued what they termed their last communique Friday night warning authorities that if they did not Bow to their demands they would never see Cross again the abductors set a deadline of 6 pm saturday for the government to meet their Ransom demands earlier communiques had ordered authorities to re lease More than 20 political prisoners and pay in Gold in Exchange for Cross the frenc Canadian terrorists who seized Cross monday also provided a letter fro their hostage to show that he was still alive contents of the letter were not released the Canadian press news Agency reported receive of the communique and letter earlier Quebec Justice minis Ter Jerome Choquette demanded that the kidnappers produce a Handwritten letter from the 49 year old Cross to prove that Safe and sound Choquette said the govern ment wanted a letter from Cross to i wife that would in elude the sentence it is now five Days since i left and i want you to know Darling that i miss you every minute the last previous note from Cross a British Trade commissioner had been found wednes Day it was addressed to his wife who has remained in seclusion at their Home his abductors members of the Quebec front that wants Quebec to be inde pendent demanded that the 21 jailed Efi a wrists and pay bars in Exchange for Cross they also warned ment that it would have to broadcast a revolutionary Mani festo and Call off the police search by a deadline of mid night thursday or they would do away with Cross it was the fourth deadline set by the abductors the Canadian broadcasting corp broadcast the 1400word manifesto thursday night an hour and a half before the dead line but there were no indications that Volice activities were curtailed police were reported to be looking for five suspects include see Kidnap Page by associated president Nixon ordered Fri director j Edgar Hoover Friday to find the persons responsible for three West coast terrorist bombings for which underground groups have claimed credit Nixon said thursdays bombings which came on the third anniversary of the death of Che Guevara demonstrated the need for Tough Federal anti bombing legislation there were to injuries in the bombings which damaged a military armory a Campus Roth building and a courthouse there have been no arrests in the bombings but police noting they had several leads were in circuit found groups by Tow associated press Washington a Survey of the Campus speaking circuit by the House internal Security committee concludes itis a significant Money source for the promoters of disorderly and activity among students appearances Are not Only Revenue producing he report adds but afford forum where the a localization process May be Itin Paliy expanded but the report to be released Early next week stops shot of Coin eluding the Campus speeches finance revolution or disorder saying the committee had no Way to ascertain How the speakers used Shemoney says67 speakers ranging from Weatherman Leader Mark Rudd who is wanted by the Fri on riot conspiracy charges to or Benjamin Spock who has spoken out against the draft were paid for Campus speeches diring the past two school years it says the figure is based on questionnaires returned by 134 campuses across the per cent of All us colleges Ana of which it Only 7 refused to cooperate another 45 didst return the questionnaires the Survey stirred controversy within the committee earlier this year when rep Louis Stokes Ohio a member publicly announced he had advised Campus officials in his Cleveland District to ignore the questionnaire the report said or Spock and comedian Dick Gregory described As having provided Public support for militant or extremist groups made the most Money the report made available to a newsman Sayr Spock was paid for 12 speeches and Gregory for 21 Mark Rudd was paid for five speeches it says and rap Brown accused of inciting a riot at Cambridge my was paid for one speech at an unnamed Campus see Campus City salaries talked in private a special salary subcommittee of the City councils finance i committee discussed pay raises for City employees in executive session Friday night chairman Forrest Scribner said the group would undoubtedly get involved in personalities so closed doors would give the Threeman committee Freer rein fifth Ward councilman James Strong and third Ward Council Man Frank Luen Are the other committee members All three serve on the accounts claims and personnel committee this committees salary re commendations were the basis for mayor John g christs budget recommendations the accounts claims and personnel committee made its recommendations to the mayor on the basis of an 18citysurvey scrivner said this subcommittee would report to the finance committee or to the whole coun cil no Date is set for a committee meeting the Council meets oct 19 look inside Vest gating the theory that the incidents were part of a Radical conspiracy the presidents reaction came shortly after a group identifying itself As the Weatherman underground claimed responsibility for the bombing that wrecked a courtroom and a rest room at the Marin county civic Center in san Rafael Calif earlier a Seattle group known As the Quarter Moon tribe said it planted the bomb that caused an estimated damage to Navy and air Force facilities at the University of another organization perfect Park Home Garden society took credit for thebom Bing of a National guard armory Santa Barbara Calif dedicating the act to All revolutionary people throughout the world wherever they fight for love and Freedom and life itself the Seattle and Santa Barbara groups attacks toy coincide with the cuban revolutionary Ernesto Che Guevara who was shot to death in Bolivia Nixon announcement that he the Fri to try to solve the bombings was delivered newsmen at the in Xiv vacation Home in key Biscayne flu by presidential press Secretary Ronald l Ziegler see Nixon Page bolivian Cabinet la Paz Bolivia a left 1st president Juan Jose Torres swore in his new Cabinet Friday and also personally with three rebellious army officers who had vowed prevent a takeover there were indications that the opposition forthe rebellious units to the had Divinia Ishii s1 vhf Secretary Washington a Secre tary of state William p Rogers accused Russia Friday of ire sorting to the strident rhetoric of the cold War in its dispute with the United states Over charges of Mideast ceasefire to g e cautious optimism at the prospects for Neotia Tionson thei middie East and in Indochina he told a news conference that All forces will out of combat in South Vietnam by May 1 he cited Thosas the Suc Cess of Gram which he said should help persuade the North vietnamese they ate peace jog Prasadi he in Southeast Asia will accept president five Point settlement proposal announced this week including a standstill ceasefire Onerea son for his assessment Rogers the Strong support the plan has received domestically and Amon foreign govern1 the Secretary said the soviet Union and other nations led by col new president the had set line Render the were no clashes the Ingvi regiment and the National military school in la Paz and the manchego regi ment the Southern City of Casmiri announced their opposition to fhe thursday estimated at about 1500 men armed forces units Loyal to Torres were under orders to use armed Force if necessary to put Down the rebellion Ambroa forces replied that they were ready to repel any attack the Torres government took Over after ousting a Threeman righting Junta wednesday the Junta babe uninstalled by Gen Rogelio Miranda who on monday led a military coup that ousted president Alfredo Ovan do who had taken Over in a Sim Ilar coup sept26 1969 despite the air of crisis Torres named 16 military men see bolivian fare c or it a Fiat they fciofi4d w in ing Active Paris he twas sharply the soviet Teao Iri Clayton to George w Cloyd directed the Sti Louis county circuit court grand jury Friday to investigate alleged attempts to bribe a Public official in connection with the affairs the defunct first state Bank of Bonne Terre Cloyd mentioned no names but referred specifically to the Bonne Terre Bank whose for Mer president James b urls Mon is facing state and Feder Al fraud charges also Friday a warrant was issued by St Francois county prosecuting atty Clinton b Roberts charging Crismond son Larry with issuing a bad Check the prosecutor said the Check was issued As part pay ment on an automobile the younger Crismon has made allegations that a Public official accepted payment in return for depositing Public funds in the Bonne Terre Bank judge limited the scope the just Louis county grand jury investigation the prosecuting attorney Gene Mcnary had made Sev eral statements on haying in formation of a alleged attempt to bribe a Public official in St Louis county the jury should give the matter full consideration with respect to whether there was probable cause to be Lieve a crime was committed in St Louis county Cloyd said he told the jury it should be concerned Only with events that occurred in St Louis and should not attempt any general inquiry tothe Bonne Terre Bank the St Francois county grand jury is looking to alleged fic tic ious Loans and other banking see St Louis Page 6 the alleged of Otha ceasefire military standstill Rogers Are supported by conclusive us evidence we Are convinced doubt that soviet there to the Tion and Manning Tiai Craft missile he win present of the violations to soviet foreign minister Andrei Gromyko when the two meet in probably week hence he said far As the soviet Union is Rogers told the news conference were Digap Only in the missile Sites in this 50 kilo meter zone which must have been deployed with if not the Active participation certainly with the knowledge and consent of the soviet we Are Dis appointed in the rhetoric that they Are using rhetoric which is see Rogers face t Bli in october this Aerial View a farm Home near Greensburg in Western Kansas slows drifts of Snow Friday after a fray i fact in Lor Afam Surrett reported 11 Tauaes the grm bid some schools in the area were 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