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BEST STEAK HOUSE
STEAK DINNERS
NOW SERVING
At Reasonable Prices
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Above includes Baked Potato;
Salad, and Texas Toast
STEAKBURGER-.79
Includes Baked Potato and Texas Toast
217 S. STATE ST.
Next to State Theater

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Sat.-Sun., Oct. 24-25
W HITE SHEIK
dir. FEDERICO FELLINI (1952)
Fellini's first film not directed with Lattuada.
"Reminds me of Satyricon, but not very
much." -Petronius
7 & 9:05 A RCH IT ECT U RE
662-8871 7 AUDITORIUM

newsbriefs
By The Associated Press
A STRAW POLL taken by the Daily News shows Gov. Nelson
Rockefeller with a 17 per cent lead over Arthur Goldberg in the
New York gubernatorial race.
The poll also had conservative candidate James Buckley strongly
leading in the three-way Senate contest.
The secret ballot poll of 4,780 persons in the city and throughout
the state was taken from Tuesday to Friday.
It gave Republican Rockefeller 54 per cent of the votes and Gold-
berg 37 per cent.
Buckley received 37 per cent of the Senate ballots while Demo-
crat Richard Ottinger received 30 per cent and Republican incumbent
Charles Goodell 21 per cent.
TWO AMERICAN ARMY GENERALS remained in Russian
hands yesterday despite attempts by the American Embassy to
obtain their release.
The generals - including the top-ranking officer of U.S. forces
in Turkey - have been held since Wednesday wrhen their plane ap-
parently strayed across the mountainous frontier in bad weather.
U.S. diplomats have not been permitted to meet them and have
not been told where they are being held.
SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE John McCormack predicted yes-
terday that voters will see through what he called a pattern of
inflammatory rhetoric employed by top Republicans.
Alluding to Vice-President Spiro Agnew's characterization of
many Democrats as "radical liberals" who should be ousted, McCor-
mack said he had never before seen such patently contrived efforts to
smear an entire party.
McCormack called upon leaders of the Republican party to "stop
dividing this country. by inflammatory rhetoric, name calling, and
mudslinging."
* *, *
COMMUNIST LEADERS in East Europe are reported con-
vinced of a near-future enlargement of Europe's Common Mar-
ket.
Communist diplomats also disclosed that the Soviet Union and
its six European partners have already set up a series of committees
in Warsaw to assess the implications and possibilities on a bloc-to-
block agreement. This would cover East-West arrangements on com-
mercial, agricultural, industrial, technological, monetary and other
sectors.
British and West European authorities, however, expressed cer-
tainty that the Russians will still try to slow down, or check, the
economic, political and military unity of West Europe.

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.Chile Congress
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SANTIAGO () - The Chilean Congress elected Senator
Salvador Allende to the presidency yesterday by a 153-35 mar-
gin.
Allende - a Marxist who has pledged to bring socialism
to Chile - defeated Jorge Allessandri, a onservative, and
Radimiro Tomic, a left-wing Christian Democrat, in the pres-
.. <:idential election Sept. 4. Allende failed to receive the required
majority in September, however, throwing the decision into
Congress.
While Congress voted, police and soldiers outside the dark
gray building blocked off streets. Police helicopters overhead
were on the alert for any violence.
? ? Strict security, the tightest in
r Chile in years, was imposed after1
an attempt Thursday to assassi-N ix n hits
nate Chile's army commander. I j
^:. The commander, Gen. Rene
-Associated Press Schneider, 57, lay near death in
President-elect Allende addresses Chilean Congress ar amtae hCongrs budc inptown
-_- ----- Congress voted.
TANKER COLLISION: While many in the military re- commission
garded Allende and h i s leftist
views uneasily, Schneider was said' DUNDALK, Md. (P-Rejecting
4~ to have followed the Chilean mil- conclusions reached by the Cor-
i d itary tradition of hands-off poli- mission on obscenity and Porno-
England coast may == = =
tics. graphy, President Nixon yesterday
Allende's supporters charged his declared tere wi e no ra
fa ee o il illd era yy assailants were rightists terror- ation in the national effort to con-
ft oil-sD p u d a m ag e ists. They asserted rightists were trol and eliminate smut from our
trying to provoke the military in- national life," while he is in of-
to taking action to block the vote fice.
VENTNOR, Isle of Wight () - 42,777-ton Pacific Glory and ano- in Congress. The White House issued the Nix
Possible massive oil spilling along ther tanker off the south coast This was the most violent elec- on statement as the President
he length of England's southern island. tion campaign the nation has campaigned for Republicans in
coast from the collision of two Three subsequent explosions s e e n in this century. The 10- Bamore
bankers Friday night has raised shattered the Liberian-registered month presidential campaign tookB
fears of a national emergency. Pacific Glory - loaded with 70,- six lives and injured at least 200 Nixon said the commission,
A blast-wrecked tanker was 000 tons of crude oil - and turn- as rival factions clashed. which he noted was appointed
aground in an English Channel ed the vessel into a blazing in- Allende's Popular Unity coali- under the Democrats, had turned
mud bank yesterday with flames ferno. tion of six leftist groups -- domi- in "morally bankrupt conclusions
roaring from a ruptured oil tank. Navel, fire and salvage teams nated by the largest Communist and major recommendations."
Five seamen died and eight of stood by powerless to prevent the party in South America - con- Nixon said the panel had con-
he 42 Chinese crewmen w e r e possibility of the Pacific Glory trolled 80 of the 200 seats in the cluded "that the proliferation of
nissing after the collision of the breaking her back as she settled two houses. filthy books and plays has no last-
on the mud bank. The Christian Democrats threw ing harmful effect on a man's
"If the wind changes and there their vital 75 legislative votes be- character." But the history of
is more spillage we could have hind Allende as a result of a deal civilization and plain common
national emergency," said organ- made two weeks before. sense, he said, indicate otherwise.
el c i n1izers of a local antipollution group. Allende, as a result, helped the "The commission calls for, the
r election Rear Adm. Arthur Power, naval Christian Democrats ram through repeal of laws controlling smut for
chief heading a rescue force, Congress a bill to reform the con- adults-while recommending con-
warned that if the tanker breaks stitution to assure that he will tinued restrictions on smut for
be called off until the climate up, the escaping oil could con- not turn Chile i n t o a Marxist children," Nixon said, "In an open
in Quebec Province returned to taminate beaches along the entire state. society this proposal is untenable.
normal. 350-mile southern coastline "from The constitution reform bill
Those who have appealed for Penzance to Dover." was approved by the two houses. "If the level of filth rises in the
the postponement are Parti The other Liberian registered Allende's victory last month adult community, the young peo-
Quebecois, separationist politi- tanker, the 46,402-ton Allegro, es- plunged the country into an eco- ple in our society cannot help but
cal party; the 225,000-member caped serious damage in the col- nomic crisis. Middle and upper- also be inundated by the flood."
Confederation of National Trade lision, four miles off the Isle of class Chileans fled the country or Nixon said pornography can
Unions, and t h e Quebec Civil Wight Friday night. withdrew their bank deposits, corrupt a society and civilization.
Liberties Union. sared by campaign promises of The people's elected represen-
Drapeau, who is seeking his ny major leak from the Pa- widespread nationalizationmise
fourth straight term as mayor, cific Glory could hit French be- e at on ntatives have the right and obliga-
aches. Powers said an oil slick al- The attempt on Schneider's life tion to prevent that' corruption,"
has the support of the provin- ady ws srid an d t h e - described by security officials id.
cial premier, Robert Bourassa, as "politically motivate d" -
and his Quebec government in ship. brought on tough emergency "Smut should not be simply
ordering that the balloting be Both ships were heading in the measures. contained at its present level; it
held despite the crisis. same direction when the collision Outgoing President Eduardo should be outlawed in every state
If nothing else, the civic elec- occured. Each took evasive action Frei, prodded by an angry mili- of the union. And the legislatures
tion will provide a change of to avoid the other oncoming yes- tary, suspended some individual and courts at every level of Amer-
pace for nearly two millionse othe o ves - guarantees permitting police to ican government should act in
Montrealers,I preoccupied since eel. However, the two vessels col- search and arrest without war- unison to achieve that goal."
Oct. 5 with the activities of the lided and three hours later came rants, imposed p r e s s censorship The commission's report was is-
FLQ. the explosions. and prohibited public meetings. sued Sept. 30 .

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. MONTREAL (P) - Montreal-
ers are voting for a new city
government today in the midst
of the Canadian kidnap crisis.
Some contend the situation is
too tense for an election.
Combat soldiers a n d police
have b e e n assigned to guard
public buildings and polling
places against possible acts of
terrorism. On the e v e of the
election of a mayor and a new
City Council, the manhunt for
the slayers of Labor Minister
Pierre Laporte of Quebec and
the kidnapers of Briton James
R. Cross appeared to have stall-
ed. Police say they have run
out of leads, although three new
arrest warrants have been is-
sued and one suspect has been
picked up.
There was a flurry yesterday

when police picked up a stu-
dent in Ottawa bearing the
same name as Bernard Lortie,
19, for whom a warrant was is-
sued Friday night on a charge
of conspiracy to kidnap Laporte.
The labor minister's strangled
body was found a week ago.
Hours after the youth w a s
brought to Montreal for ques-
tioning, however, police an-
nounced he was not the one
they were seeking.
The troops and extra police
are on duty under terms of the
War Measures Act, imposed by
Prime Minister Pierre Elliott
Trudeau Oct. 16 after Corss, a
trade envoy, and Laporte were
seized by celles of the Quebec
Liberation Front, the FLQ.
Mayor Jean Drapeau reject-
ed proposals that the election

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