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1970 The Haymarket Riot memorial statue, blasted from its pedestal by an explosion last October, was rcdcdicatcd at ceremonies Monday in Chicago.-Among those attending were, from left, Ray Schoessling, president of Teamster's Joint Council 25; Chicago Mayor Richard J. Daley and Cook County Board President George Dunne. BAN ON 2,4,5-T IS EXTENDED PESTICIDES- Continue*! /rom Pnr/e One THE DAY IN WASHINGTON NGT B.C. "in I dencv • efs Union. the United Mine Work- President •—"— Expressing sadness over four j HOUSft an anti-war rally on j Appropriations deaths in •the Kent '• campus in State University Ohio, said: "This should remind us all once again canceled under Monday's order (that when dissent turns to vioare: jlcnce it invites tragedy." Dt)T — Oil alfalfa, corn, sorghum, wheat, rice, sugar befcts and sugar cane, sweat potatoes fruits, and a number of other vegetables and grains. Aldrin — On bananas and safflower. Heptachlor — On chestnuts and cranberries. Sodium Arscnite tatoes. • On po- While House Said there probably would an investigation by the Justice at Committee heard Defense Secretary Melvin Laird testify the current Cambodian operation would be brief enough so that the Pentagon would not need additional funds. Ways and Means Committee tentatively approved a 5 per cent raise next year in Social Security benefits. Agencies Agriculture Department an- Department of the violence Kent State University. Supreme Court Upheld the right of churches to be exempt from real-estate nounced a ban on 60 pesticides taxes. 'I for.some uses on food and-live- Upheld the federal law that] stock feed crops as a house- In a separate action Monday, i 1'cquires mailers to stop sending! keeping move against chemicals the agriculture department an-i "obscene" advertisements to! for which no safe 'tolerances it is canceling all re- P e °P' c wn o don't want them. ;have been set. ^pnafp !_?i atc Department reaffirmed nounced maining uses of the controversial herbicide 2,4,5-T i° BII(fllt! jTTsTiope for a negotiated settle artmnd the home and on food Foreign Relations Committee' ment in Southeast Asia and ac- crops involved for human con-1 announced it had decided to;cused Mbscow of retreating sumption. i hold hearings on a proposal to i from earlier expressions of in The order primarily applies j cut off funds for military 'activi-i terest in a new Geneva peace to_jpn-liquid 2,4,5-T products, ties in Cambodia, Laos takes effect in 30 days, and also j Thailand, is subject to manufacturer ap-' ~ peal. Prompt Action PEOPLE in the NEWS Briefly Kisses Barber Denied Visa • Former Vice-President Hu- e The Justice Department has bert H. Humphrey kissed his rejected a State Department Israel barber" in Jerusalem and recommendation to grant termed him "my best public relations-man in Israel." Hum- A frlca77merican , ... phrey fell into the arms of King E. B. Dubois. As a result she David Hotel barber Ephraim has been barred from lecturing temporary visa to Shirley Graham Dubois, widow of militant W. Mizrachl when the barber told at University in-Nashville him how he supported Hum- and visitin & her relatives. The phrey's presidential election f stice °fP artmen J r !'. a ™ d h * r »~ •„ • moo *„• u- because "she is affiliated with campaign m 1968. Mizrachi, subversive organizations." Mrs. who has corresponded with the Dubois, 71, and her husband, former Democratic candidate both born in the U.S., aban- since he shaved him in Jerusa- doned their citizenship in 1963 lem 7 years ago, said he put to I've in Ghana. She now lives his razor at the throat of Amer- in Cairo, Egypt. ican -clients witlr^the words "Vote for Humphrey." The department earlier had suspended, as an imminent health hazard, home and waterways uses of the more potent liquid forms of 2,4,5-T, without opportunity for an appeal. Monday, the department said it has asked manufacturers and state regulatory agencies to take prompt action to remove all such liquid products from retail shelves. The actions on 2,4,5-T resulted from an announcement Apr. 15 by the Department of Health, Education and Welfare that new studies had confirmed earlier suspicions that the substance may cause birth defects. Pregnant mice injected with 2,4,5-T gave birth to mice with kidney cysts and cleft palates, n the recent tests. The Center for the Study of Responsive Law, headed by consumer advocate Ralph Nader, had charged last week that the agriculture department was delaying its implementation of the Apr. 15, announcement. Secretary of Labor George P. Shultz told a Labor Subcommittee he has found no evidence of a connection between the slaying of Joseph Yablonski and his losing bid for the presi- and I conference. Defense Department called at least a temporary halt to a series of recent heavy air attacks it said were directed against North Vietnamese missile and antiaircraft batteries and supply complexes. Delay on Ra II Libel Case • Look magazine, opening its defense in San Francisco • Thor Heyerdahl's .papyrus boat "Ra II" remained high and dry at Safi, Morocco, and • i *. n r ••!!• i-u i -L the Norwegian against a $12.5 million libel suit ex lorer by Mayor Joseph L. Alioto, presented surprise a witness who said he had "a definite impression" the mayor was "in the Mafia." Frank Greenleaf, 43, a trucker from S a cramento, testified he am tianno met with Alioto's law office 1967, to see about some •equipment. uncertain when he might be able to try again to sail t h e Atlantic. The 12-ton vessel had been scheduled to be placed in the sea to absorb enough wa t.er to act as ballast on the voyage THOR HEYERDAHL Alioto in in April, a loan on The Look fire in another ship in the harbor. Masts, rigging and steer- 3e put in magazine article that led to Alioto's suit named Fratianno as a Mafia man who was aided by Alioto in obtaining a bank loan. .'^ Sinatra Arrives • Singer Frank Sinatra arrived in London aboard .his private jet, delighted to hear that the two charity I concerts 'he is going to give are sold out. However, . his executive aide, Milt Krasny, said Sinatra was upset about stroies of ticket - gougers making profits off black-mar- FKANK SINATRA ket tickets. "The only concerts he ever does are for charity," Krasny explained. Rejected * Julius Cardinal Doepfner, archbishop of Munich and chairman of the West German conference of bishops, rejected accusations of anti- Semitism in the f a mous Obera m m ergau Passion Play which begins in two weeks. The cardinal's office said Doepfner would not reverse his decision to attend the play's opening. TJlfi-Eassion Play, traditionally presented in the Bavarian village orober- anraergau, long has been under fire fjrom Jewish organizations. dttd • Col Gen. Nikita Yegorov, 61, efiief of the political department of the Soviet strategic rocket forces, in Moscow. -7- Founded In 1I4» Published every weekday morning by DES MOINES REGISTER AND TRIBUNE .COMPANY 711 Locust St. lTizl. No. 314 Des Moines, la. 50304 May 5, 1)70 News Offices OFFICE «*"» Chief of Bureau Richard " " lat . RAPIDS ..-IS m 3l! i ?5a%nW^ ent DAvW' R V trtetSj - (52?61 ' Jam» N. Ney,Correspondent. By mall on R.F.D. routes In low* »n towns where, nelft rribune carrier-service i .. Register nor available,. $30.a a year. By mall outside of Iowa, $31.20 a year, «0c a week. Second class postage paid at De Moines, Iowa. All unsolicited manuscripts, articles, let lers and picture* sent to The Register er sent at the owner's risk and Des Molne Register and Tribune Company express! repudiates any liability or responslbllil; tor their tilt custody or return. Member of-the Associated Press. The ..ssociated Press is entitled exclusively t the use or reproduction of all local new printed In this newspaper, a» w«ll .A.P.) news dispatches. Rights and rei duction of all other milter pubiishec this newspaper are also reserved. CARDINAL OQ6PFNE* WE'LL SEND MOM A FORTOXJ Ask Us Lorraine Cheryl Sandy, Bill and Curt $ 00 and up tree delivery 6< 243-3124 \aer$o orists "Charge It" 2809 Inge/loll The center also partment should said the de- have suspended all uses of 2,4,5-T immediately, rather than using the cancellation and appeal procedure on non-liquid formu- ations. Pope Firm on Contraception VATICAN CITY (AP) Pope .Paul VI delivered a discourse Monday on human love, in which he again bolstered his ban on contraception and his stand against divorce. He also urged Christians to guard against "the temptations of a devastating eroticism." His remarks came in an address to 4,000 persons of the Equippes Notre Dame international lay movement. In a separate message for world communications day, May 10, the pontiff lashed the press, radio, television and movie industry for dragging youth "into the pitfalls of eroticism and violence." He mentioned no names. DOWNTOWN MERLE HAY PUZA A Gift Mother Love Next Sunday is Mother's Day Give Mother the lavish and unique capsules of bath oil and perfume lhat look like .real-pearls. They contain precious essence of mink oil ... a super emollient that is one of the most fabulous skin moisturizers ever discovered. Just toss a handful of these pearls into your bath for a luxurious new beauty experience. 200 capsules $5 500 capsules $!0 In a refillable Boutique Holder 12.50 Cosmetics Donnitotrn and Merle Hay Plaza Charge Accounts Welcome kucharos 613 LOCUST-MEKLE HAY PtAZA 'lor th» filutH» M4*"* TRIP-L-AIRE" BY PALM BEACH* Trip-L-AIri by Palm Beach* ii virtually a wardrobe by itself. It's: I) * suit that has • fancy lining and • color-coordinated' belt; 2) a iportcqat/belted sladcs ensemble; 3] a separate belted sport slack. Because of modern precision tailoring, these suits ft beautifully «nd are surprisingly low priced. It's not at all surprising that so many men see the versatility in co llecting more than one. COLORS: Navy, Sahara, Check Brown, Sage. Check Green. $15.00 •Reg. T.M. Goodall Sanford Inrorporated One Hour Free Parking At Our Downtown Store You have two i this weekend i o . < D. J ' O I i 1 Des Moines N •i Tour Route ^ U.S^Highway Numbers--' " [?o] State Highway Numbers *72* Approximate Mileages Suit of Miles 10* 2,0 30 Take the family on this exciting close-to-home auto tour. _ On this circle tour you will walk on Indian hunting grounds, drive along the Mississippi, and see a part of Iowa once dependent on the steamboat. You can join this 436-mile trip any place, but assume,you,.. START in Des Moines. Visit the gold- domed CAPITOL.-On the grounds is the. only statue anywhere which portrays Abraham Lincoln with his beloved son, Tad. Across the street is the STATE HISTORICAL MUSEUM, and there is an ART CENTER on -Grand Ave. at Polk Blvd Jn the spring, .the world's largest orchard of flowering crabapples are in bloom at WATER WORKS PARK. Follow Route 163 southeast from Des Moines to... 42m. PELLA, a Dutch settlement. You can order authentic Dutch food in the .communities' many restaurants. Close by is JCHOLTE HOUSE, home of the town's founder. The colorful Tulip Festival is held on May 7, 8 and 9. Of interest to youngsters is the historic museum at 511 Frankljn Street, where 11-year-old Wyatt Earp received his first gun. Stay on Route 163 to... 59m. OSKALOOSA. Frederick Knight Logan, who wrote the lyrics of the Missouri Waltz, lived and died at 416 Ave. E. " You may want to see WILLIAM PENN COLLEGE and LAKE KEOMAH STATE PARK just east of town. Bear south on U.S. 63 to ... 88m. OTTUMWA, wh'ich means "Rippling Waters.! 1 The town is split by the Des Moines River. Now take U.S. 34 east to... . 95m. AGENCY, once the site of the Sac and Fox Indian Agency. To the right, along the C.B.&Q. right of way, is the grave of Chief Wapello, beside that of his agent* friend. Stay on U.S. 34 to ...... 114m. FAIRFIELD, home of PARSONS COL. LEGE. In EVERGREEN CEMETERY is a ITlOnU- ment to "Auntie Woods," who-headed a Civil War commissary wagon. The main route, U.S. 34, continues east to... 136m. Mf. PLEASANT. On the campus of Iowa Wesleyan College is "OLD PIONEER," the oldest college building west of the Mississippi. Nearby is the home of Sefiator Harlan, Iowa's first cabinet member and a friend of Abraham Lincoln. His daughter and Lincoln's son married, and the grandchildren often visited here. At the intersection of U.S. 218 and Route 125 you might be able to side-trip (check road conditions) 11 miles south to... SALEM, the oldest Quaker settlement west of the Mississippi. "LEWELLYN HOUSE" now a museum, once was a "ticket office" on the underground railway for escaping slaves. Head east on U.S. 34. Near New London start looking for signs to ... _.. 203m. NAUVOO, ILLINOIS. To best se* the city stop at the Chamber of Commerce for a map. From here the persecuted Mormons left on their rugged march to the place where they founded Salt Lake City. Of major interest is the HOME or PROPHET JOSEPH SMITH. There are antique shops as well as a tiny mill which stone-, grinds flour, and fascinating antique wine cellars, prive south now on Illinois 96 ... THE GREAT RIVER ROAD, for a scenic drive along the "Father of Waters" you may want to take a ride on the "ADDIE MAY," a stern-wheel excursion boat. Bear west on U.S. 136, crossing the Mississippi bridge to ... 218m. KEOKUK, IOWA. Turn left Into VICTORY PARK to seethe "George M.Verity" towboat, now a museum. Interesting locks are on the river front and, to the right, is the UNION ELECTRIC COMPANY hydro plant, which offers free tours. The grave and statue of Chief Keokuk are in RAND PARK. Follow U.S. 218 north 21 miles to Don- nellson.then Route 2 west to Farmington. On a spur south Is Croton, farthest north of any Civil War battle. Continue on Route 2, 5 miles, then north on Route 79, branching west on a country road for... 262m. BENTONSPORT, a ghost town of two-story homes, but once an important stopforthe steamboats on the Des Moines River. MASON HOUSE, once a plush hotel, has most of its original_furnishings. Now continue west on the country road to ... 267m. KEOSAUQUA. You can picnic at nearby LACEY-KEOSAUQUA STATE PARK. Now take Route 1 south to Route 2 and bear west for 50 miles. A country road leads south to SHARON BLUFFS, 'a scenic state park on the bluffs of the Chariton River. Continue on Route 2 to Centerville. Turn north on Route 5 to Albia and witness the rebirth of a town. Follow Route 5 to Knoxville. At Knoxville follow local signs . to the next stop. 384m. RED ROCK DAM, where from an observation platform you can see this massive dam and It's 9,000 acre'like. Return to Knoxville and head north to Monroe, then northwest on Route 163. 436m. DES MOINES. DISCOVER AMERICA 151m, GEODE STATE PARK, noted for its rocks with hearts of crystal. Return to the main route, U.S. 34, and- continue east to... 174m. BURLINGTON, once a fur-trading post, in ctAPO PARK, where Chief Black Hawk once hunted, the first U.S. flag was flown on Iowa soil. Drive south on U.S. 61,18 miles to... 192m. FORT MADISON, skirting the tur- rated walls of Iowa State Penitentiary. On "the river-front a chimney marks oio FORT MADISON. Now turn east anT cross the Mississippi toll bridge to Niota, Illinois then drive south on Illinois 96 to... BEST BY CAR The oil industry brings you this tour which is part of a series published as a public service. From powering jet planes to running lawn mowers... from heating homes to conserving our natural environment... oil is basic to a better life for the American family. . AMERICAN PETROLEUM INSTITUTE 1271_Avenue of the Americas New York, New York 10020 •••••••••••••••§••••••»••»• For free vacation and travel information to Iowa., wite: Tourism and Travel Division Iowa Development Commtoion 2SO Jewett Building, De$ Moines, Iowa 90309 Name. Address. City State . -Zip. »•••»•*+ f

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