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Daily Kennebec Journal (Newspaper) - October 9, 1972, Kennebec, Maine to I Nixon Established 1825 No. 242 October 9, 1972 20 plus Maine Price fifteen ask us J column Got a question or complaint of general public Write or telephone Ask after 2 p.m. and we'll try to find the Please include full name and address as evidence of good faith although this information will not be printed unless you request it. Unsigned letters or anonymous tele- phone calls will be To forward a personal we need the address of the woman who wrote regarding her experience at Windsor Old-time The name of Charles M. 193 Water used to be on a yardstick advertising room undertaking caskets and When was this business A. Augusta Ruth Briggs of Lithgow Library some research for us and found Mr. Sturgis listed in the 1886-7 well and Gardiner His home was given as 119 Grove No other information was Prices uncontrolled I thought there was price Why is it that I can go into a store one day and buy an then return the next to find the price has gone up 40 per cent. I suppose they have some such as being but food has been going up 10 to 40 per cent. Shrimp went from 46 cents to 57 cents in 24 F. Hallowell Vegetables and seafoods are exempt on the initial sale by the farmer or says Thomas stabilisation ager for the Internal Revenue As a middle men and retailers are allowed to go up on the new price by the same percentage of mark-up they normally Subsidized rent The housing being built around here for elderly and low income families usually rents for f 125 or more a That market's tough and having children makes it We usually end up in the slums paying the same I hear an apartment house has been built in Sanford ing for a Anything like that coming our M. Winthrop Not only coming in one already The rent you mention is for apartments without federal money to supplement the Most of those under way here have 20 per cent of their units eligible for this which brings the cost down The ARCH alpha project on Sewall although now had six of its 30 units eligible for this Its second 100 will have 20, supplemented Eben director of the Maine Housing said the supplemental apartments will rent from to ing on their For example the planned Riverview apartments of Hudson street will rent for with the This project has 30 half of them Winterhaven now under has 21 apartments available for supplemental The cost for a apartment with the subsidy will be including heat and said A development still in the planning the mental Associates project off Hospital will have 150 30 of them Other recourse After appealing to the town of Manchester to do something to the street we live pot and not getting any is there any other recourse we can take in- order to have the town make the Also is the town liable in any way for damages injuries red while traveling on said M. Manchester John executive secretary of the Maine Municipal says he doesn't believe the town is liable for damages or He said if the party has talked with without an alternate route is to petition that an article be included in the warrant of the annual town meeting for appropriate Ten per cent of the votes cast in the last gubernatorial election are required for the bury Bridge paint Why isn't Memorial Bridge painted every year as it once When there were toll booths there it was painted an- T. Augusta According to Martin engineer of maintenance and state aid highways for the State Dept. of Bridge was never painted The railings may have been touched he by toll His ment intended to contract to have the whole bridge painted this he but didn't feel it was wise with construction taking place on the downtown Rissel said Memorial Bridge would be painted in another year or two and that a bridge like that is normally painted every five to 10 years depending on the Funeral cortege Boes a funeral cortege have the right of One of these cut us off at a yield C. Sgt. Gene Pierce of the State Police Traffic Division says there is not a written law giving an automatic right-of-way to a funeral but believes it's a matter of On Pare Z CeL Top political donor has problems Tex. The years biggest listed political contributor gave hundreds of thousands of dollars first to bert H. then to President Nixon at the same time he had trouble paying bills faced legal federal Walter T. a land who was unknown to political and little known even to his burst into prominence in June as a contributor to the Minnesota senator's primary Two months after Humphrey lost the Democratic Duncan snowed up on Nixon financial reports as con- tributing a total of to dozens of the President's raising Repeated efforts to interview Duncan He did not re- spond to telephone inquiries left at his office and with nor did he reply to a ten inquiry and interview tions left with an office Duncan's Henry Haltom of after being apprised of the don't think he'll talk to Dozens of interviews with persons in six states and an ex- amination of public records in locations from bustling Houston to the west Texas cowtown of Marfa days after Duncan handed a check to a Humphrey fund raiser in a 220-acre parcel of land he owned on the outskirts of tin was sold on the courthouse steps because Duncan failed to make all of a in- stallment He had paid of the amount Duncan was distributing checks to the Nixon com- in he was sued in state court at Dallas for million arising from the same land The suit is on Pare 5) Fans drenched by 2.5 inches of ram Saturday saw 26-6 KJ Photo by Roach McGovern will detail proposals Tuesday By EDMOND Le BRETON Associated Press Writer Sen. George McGovern day recorded a speech to be televised Tuesday as a major campaign his detailed proposals for ending the In- President addressing a Columbus Day banquet in Washington sponsored by i a thanked the nation's labor ers for their support of his nam specifically naming banquet honoree Peter head of the Inter- national Union of North George Nixon also paid to and other immigrants who came to he to only for the opportunity to McGovern's speech was ex- to but with and a bis promise to end the bombing of Vietnam immediately and to withdraw U.S. forces from Indochina within 90 days if he is Democratic vice presidential candidate Sargent Shriver traveled to and received an endorsement of the Democratic national ticket from a state party leader who had held off since a dispute flared over the composition of the Rhode Island delegation to the Democratic National con- support the Democratic ticket top to state Democratic chairman fence McGarry said after a with Mrs. Eunice Kennedy wife of the vice presidential touring the more area in behalf of the Democratic invoked the memory of her assassinated She said John F. Kennedy ran for the presidency get the country moving draw out from all of us what was best within Sen. Robert F. she sought the presidency establish justice especially for the the forgotten The present Democratic ob- she are to end the help the homeless and jobless and families strong once In other Gallup poll reported that on CoL 5) Secret peace talks extended WASHINGTON adviser Henry ger conferred in Paris Sunday with North Vietnamese tors and arranged to continue the talks on the White House Press Secretary Ronald L. Ziegler also in response to that the secret talks might continue a third Ziegler said Kissinger had cabled reports to President but refused to provide any indication on the substance of Jhe there were indications that the sions were centering on the ture of South Vietnamese dent Nguyen Van Kissinger's latest journey to this one with his top Maj. Gen. Alexander M. was announced by the White House early Sunday while Nixon was at his Camp The extension of the talks was disclosed after the dent to Washington Sunday night to address a lumbus Day dinner sponsored by Haig just returned from four days of talks with Thieu in Secretary of Defense Melvin R. Laird said Sunday there is nothing to indicate an early cease-fire in Vietnam but de- clared the Paris talks are in very significant and sensitive He said he could say no more on that sub- But he asserted no question that we are on the road to and that on's broad peace plans are a Laird was interviewed on the CBS program the a few hours after the White House announced the latest Kissinger As neither White House press secretary Ronald L. Ziegler nor the U.S. embassy in Paris would give details of the other than reporting that Kissinger and Haig were meeting with Hanoi member Due Tho and the On Pare 3) HENRY KISSINGER Mount Vernon vote creates watershed district Maine wafer The Watershed District will save Maine's lakes and prevent proponents MOUNT first watershed became a reality Saturday when this town voted 81-1 in favor of the Watershed more towns will vote this month or next on the Mount Vernon was the deciding becoming the sary sixth town to vote for the key to forming the regulatory Already in the district with Mount Vernon are Readfield and John Forster of the Southern Kennebec Valley Regional Planning Commission said overwhelming results indicate that people recognize the problem of water and want to deal Forster said Litchfield has scheduled its vote Oct. 24 and action is scheduled on general election day in Gardiner and West Gardiner has yet to set a voting These four Forster have until April of 1973 to join the but the Regional Planning Commission had asked that the votes be taken this Even if any of these four towns defeat the proposal they would have until April of 1973 to reverse their action and join the The advantage of he is that decisions will be made affecting these towns and if they aren't represented as members of the they won't have a vote on these The district created by Mount Vernon's positive vote will consist of trustees appointed by each member community who will be charged with responsibility of improving water quality within the numerous ponds and lakes west and south of The for years subject to unchecked algae have deteriorated until some are hardly fit for A coordinated attempt to cut the flow of pollutants and otherwise improve water quality may arrest the backers of the Watershed District While watershed are common to the western part of the United States in some other parts of the there are few in New England until there were none in The which was sanctioned by the Maine Legislature last May 13, has met with little opposition as one community after another has registered its Only one town approved the district by less than a two-to-one In the vote ran 10 to one in favor of the While cost of the Watershed District will depend upon decisions of ground rules for the plan call for an of each town in the district based on the values of land and within 600 feet of the body of Winthrop automatically picks up a third of the cost with Manchester and Readfield taking io to 15 per cent Other communities pay less with Mount Vernon at the end of list paying about one Wf of one per cent Fraud is a danger with natural foods By SUSAN CALDON KJ staff Fraud is a major danger in the natural foods so certification of organic fanners is necessary to protect the lic as well as the These opinions were voiced Sunday by representatives of the Natural Food Associates which met here at the Today's chuckle Vocational adviser to young tude test indicates your best Unities will lie in a field where your father holds an influential i Central Maine Power Co. Kenneth president of the said there is no law to prevent a man from spraying bis vegetables and ing them as And Mrs. Dorothy a New York ganic food store said she can't possibly check on all the companies she buys Certification status of the she The know what he retailer would a fraudulent farmer could price for his would raise the whole consumer would was the be able to spot product and the command a fair fete Stafee fast back artiste set into it. I have beard of people water from their tap as spring There are lot laws te Mid the Troth in Law should be more strictly Stone said a younger natural foods Maine Organic Foods is active in pushing cation of natural food would require not inspection of the but also soil tests which take much time and ex- MOFA doesn't have the Stone Next weekend the NFA will meet with various conservation groups including the MOFA to plan cooperative action on eral The Natural Food with look as as the has bean saying since 1953, ica is a sick We need the nutrition and it can only come from natural NFA members disagree with the accepted notion that country is healthier today than it was 50 yean Stone ed the high Incidence of heart disease and arthritis as well as the high rejection rate from the armed Gaod can only be people On Page 2 Col. 7) I J in a filly TODAY'S windy Pate Index Pace 14 Social I dew 17 Sporte 11 Comics 17 9 Sty t 15 IV 8 rell 15 12, 13 NOTICE AUGUSTA STORES OPEN ALL DAY MONDAY Si fi CHIVE
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