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Daily Capital News (Newspaper) - October 17, 1970, Jefferson City, MissouriFear with cute act Wmk h Clear to let Teicht 3t to 48 High Jefferson City Missouri saturday morning october 17 1970 Ted Agnew left William Cramer of Florida right laugh As Florida gov Claude Kirk characterized Agnew As or wonderful during a Republican Campaign rally at Orlando Agnew was campaigning for the Florida gop ticket Cramer is Thep Artys candidate for us senator associated press wire photo by the a isolated Washington president Nixon makes a 15 whirlwind tour through candidates elections Ralph t Smith who is being challenged by Democrat Adlai Iii and later in the Day travel to Minnesota where the jul Campaign november in a Effort to put More re publicans in Congress and state houses Nixon is expected to Campaign in 18 to 20 states Dur ing the 17 Days remaining be fore the nov 3 elections the White House has named 12 states in which he will appear adding Illinois and Minnesota to the list Friday Hewill election Eer in Illinois oct 29 for Republican Tsen Humphrey his opponent in the presidential election of 1968 Humphrey is in a contest with Republican rep Clark Macgregor for the Senate seat being vacated by Democrat Eugene Mccarthy Nixon after visiting Connecticut last monday Heads saturday to Vermont new Jersey Pennsylvania and Wisconsin in a Campaign swing that includes seven stops he will appear at Burlington it on behalf of gop sen win Ston Prouty who by former gov Philip Hoff and at Newark Teterboro and a Ocean Grove Send Nelson Grpss Swift of to u h democratic Harrison a Williams or l in Pennsylvania at Lan Caster and Olmsted Airport Nixon will push Republican sen Hugh Scott who is being challenged by state sen William Sesler and it gov Raymond Brokerick who is running against Democrat Milton Schap for the governorship being vacated by Raymond Shafer see Nixon Page violence defense a silents hear about 114 persons from the five county Eake of the ozarks area attended a workshop thurs Dayto discuss solutions to a pressing problem in the loss of ambulance service the workshop was sponsored by the University of Missouri Extension service county officials funeral Home representatives City May ors lawyers and Lay citizens gathered to hear a six member panel present information and alternative ways of providing emergency ambulance service torn when their traditional service funeral directors Laclede Pulaski Miller and Camden counties informed county courts that the cutoff will come in the next few months exact dates vary but according to Ben d Daugherty area Community development specialist for the uni varsity of Missouri Extension service the four counties will be without service by March 1 Only in Morgan county did funeral directors indicate they will continue the service As Long As possible Yak members of the Missouri University chapter of Young americans for Freedom have disclosed what they term a scandal in the student activities budget at the University Mike Thompson an my graduate student and state chairman not Yak said today it is unbelievable the Way student fees Are being spent for political purposes and wasted in non political areas the student activities budget for 197071 amounts to each student University pays a semester in activities fees funeral directors attribute their planned service stoppages to rising equipment opera Tion costs and some new medi care regulations they say they Areno longer Able to absorb losses the panel headed by Daugh erty presented eight alternatives which later were considered by those present when a caucus by county was he Din the after noon alternatives ranged from plans for a count owned and operated ambulance service to consideration of a commercially see Lake pare it Arges ers on issues by Tow press United nations by of state William p Rogers faced soviet foreign minister Andrei a Gromyko Friday on the Mideast Vietnam and other issues in a test of whether the Kremlin is veering toward a harder line Rogers served notice in Advance of a dinner meeting that he could show Gromyko positive proof of Russia egyptian missile buildups violating the Mideast truce but Moscow has already strongly denied violating the ceasefire aides indicated Rogers Felt it useless to push Gromyko too hard on the Issue what Rogers wants now is some rectification of the deliberately vague to get the arabs and israelis into peace settlement talks Rogers said after meeting with in leaders earlier in the Day that his talks went very Well but us officials indicated he was encountering heavy going they said among other things that of the parties to the us sponsored 90day Mideast cease fire slated to expire nov 5 has yet agreed to an Extension beyond the deadline the officials held out the possibility that the arabs and israelis without formal agreement might not resume the shooting after deadline passes see Koges Pace c egyptian jury in Ohio indicts m Diplomat 25 Indianapolis a Pri citizens might resort to vigilante tactics to defend them selves from the violent attacks of americas Radical revolutionary groups atty Gen John n Mitchell said Friday Mitchell told a news Confer ence he saw no possibility of this country invoking the Type of emergency Powers that Canada turned to Friday in combating the terrorist separatists in que Bec if there be any danger it might be that the society itself might take it upon itself to de fend itself against some of these attacks Mitchell said that would be an area of danger that i do not see at the present time but could possibly come about he said if bombing attacks continued in this country Zens outside of government might feel they would have to resort to the vigilante tactics that have been in this country Yea Sand years ago this is the Only possible danger i could see from tie ongoing activities of these groups for dedication of a Indiana Law school build in was asked about official re port that terrorist groups in this country contemplated kid Naping of foreign diplomats congressmen or High executive officials j we Are aware of the intentions of some of these terrorist groups to carry out destructive activities in this country Mitchell replied and among their other proposed plans there Are the involvement of the kid Naping of some of the Diplomat see violence Page 6 United nations Egypt foreign minister Mahmoud Riad charged Friday that state wrecked its own Middle East peace initiative by Petely with Israel arabs the accusation brought a heated denial Sador Charles w Yost who said Riad was raising new obstacles toward reaching agreement through private diplomatic negotiations israeli ambassador Yosef Tekoah entered the Exchange de Claring that Egypt complied to with the soviet Union was a Tenton Etc peace the outburst roads ver anniversary session 6f the in general Assembly Riad who declared that the United states must Bear responsibility for the state of War in the Middle East had met for two hours thursday night with Secretary of state William p Rogers Rogers sponsored the us move that brought a 90day mid its alignment to the United states has started beyond any doubt its in ability to play the role incumbent upon it to initiative this role Calls for an impartial and evenhanded policy Ravenna Ohio a a special state grand jury Friday exonerated National guard troops who fired on students during a Kent state Campus riot last May when four students were killed the grand jury in dieted 25 persons in connection with the noting and accused the University of surrendering leadership to dissident students and faculty members the grand report brought angry reaction from parents of the dead students Bernard Miller of Plainfield by whose 20 year old son Jef Frey was killed said you mean you can get away with murder in this country and a member of the presi dents commission on Campus unrest James f ahem who in police chief of new Haven Conn said the grand Jurys findings were inconsistent with Canadian government Ottawa a invoking unprecedented peacetime pow ers the government revived world War h regulations Fri Day and outlawed the Quebec liberation front police in a wide sweep across Quebec prov Ince arrested More than 250 persons prime minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau who comes from que Bec declared the liberation front posed the threat at insurrection and was timely to destroy the nations so Cial Structure he announced regulations providing five years in jail a member of the front known by its French initials Fly the organization which con Powers to teens the present capitalist Structure and seeks to make separate nation of Quebec Wai responsible for last weeks cd Narings of British Diplomat and a Quebec Cabinet minister Trudeau Liberal party com mands a majority in the of commons and his govern ment was thus Able to proclaim measures act without serious no with criticism John Diefenbaker a former prime minister under the cow party said the Deci Sion puts canadians Freedom in cold storage for several months to come imposition of see Canadian Pace it the facts presented to his conv the grand jury noted com1 manding officers of the National guard agreed that my other High powered weapons Are not suited for Campus duty the jury recommended nonlethal weapons be made available to the guard but added guards men should be furnished weapons that will afford them Neces sary Protection adj Gen Sylvester t Del Corso recently asked the Federal government for for new weapons which would fire wooden pellets no action 1m been taken on the fran Djurjy report Brake sharply with one by the dents commission on Campus your opinion news about wone refers meeting sports s comics Rusk looks Back Pace 14 Crismond testify before grand jury James Crismon the Bonne Terre banker who is facing Federal and state charges of embezzlement Friday was on hand to testify As a witness before the Cole county grand jury which is investigating a reported transaction Between himself and state treasurer William e Robinson Larry Crismon son of James Crismon testified before the jury from am until noon the younger Crismon has been quoted As corroborating his fathers Story that the Money in question was Given to Robinson to assure increased state deposits in the defunct first state Bank of Bonne Terre of which James Crismon was president Larry Crismon also faces a no funds Check charge in St Francois county the Crismond were accompanied by their Clayton attorney Charles Shaw and Gus Stenberg who said he was Shaws investigator Shaw was not allowed to go into the jury room with the Crismond published accounts have quoted Robinson As insisting the Money was accepted As a contribution toward a Campaign for adoption of a constitutional change allowing the state treasurer to seek a second consecutive term the amendment was approved by the voters aug 4 Shaw told reporters his client James Crismon had never Given anyone any information about the situation the grand jury is looking into the elder Crismon told newsmen that a reporter had come to his Home but was asked to leave everyone involved with this Case has been inoculated with a phonograph Needle said Shaw thursday the grand jury heard the testimony of Frank Lupsha manager of Jefferson cites ramada inn where the Transfer of Money was supposed to have taken place also heard thursday were e w Menefee of Sedalia a High Way contractor and Bill Beabout of Farmington an employee of a firm Selling and servicing heavy construction equipment other witnesses who have appeared before the grand jury include atty Gen John c Danforth Jack Flach political editor of the St Louis Globe Democrat and Highway patrol investigator John n Kiriakos of Creve Coeur Thompson says the m6s1 blatant misuse of student fees is the Way Radical Liberal political campaigns have been financed under the Protection of a tax exempt University Telephone Bills speakers fees and printers fees have been paid out of student activities funds for the purpose of our campuses participation in last october moratorium and last Mays Kent state Cambodia protest says Thompson these of the student activities funds in the october moratorium is just one example of How the students Money has been used in manners which Yak feels is unethical and possibly illegal says Thompson Thompson pointed out the three speakers who appeared on the my Campus in september and october of 1969 All supported the moratorium the speakers included Robert sheer from Rampart Magazine congressman Adam Clayton Powell and the Rev Malcolm Boyd Thompson said the total Cost to speakers was he said student activities also picked up the Tab on the Telephone Bills in which Lone distance Calls were made Tor the coordination at the moratorium used politically Thompson said he talked to Vince Delpizzo student activities administrator who is paid yearly Delrisso justified spending student Money for coordinating the moratorium and the Kent stat Columbia protest under the reasoning that As Long As the student Senate approves a project it can be done according to Thompson Thompson said he found out student activities fees were also used for work on the Ift Vearold vote draft counselling a peace information Bureau and Scenic Rivers the total speakers budget for this school year amounts to an increase of Over last year from that amount is use for Public affairs speakers Thompson said he questioned the amount of Money budgeted for Public affairs he says the budget states the Large figure takes into consideration the higher fees of speakers like William Fulbright and Edward Kennedy there is no consideration by student activities except to people with Liberal political philosophy its stated right there in the budget says Thompson Thompson says he is not against the liberals appearing on Campus but he thinks persons on the other end of the political spectrum also should be invited if they Are going to bring in Fulbright then lets bring in Barry Goldwater to balance it out says Thompson other examples of wasting students Money according to Thompson is the subsistence allowance Given to student body officers the president gets 1500 yearly vice president and the student chairman of student activities Thompson says the officers receiving the Money have to make to accounting of the Money 1

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