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   Oelwein Daily Register (Newspaper) - March 7, 1970, Oelwein, Iowa                                New House bill would curb public school financing THERELL BE SOME CHANGES old opera house in Wadena willbe a prime target of developer H R Johnson who seeks to redevelop his hometown Johnson now a Monroe North Caro lina construction man plans to buy most of Waden as businesses and renovate the city and surround ing area HR Johnson moves DBS MOINES movement to curtail radically local financing of public schools has picked up support in the Iowa legislature Two bills to establish state foundation aid for local schools received enthusiastic consideration a committee meeting dur ing the week Sen Charlene Conklin RWater loo said a number of problems re main to be worked out in both bills but that we have to do something about the property tax situation She added her impression that other members of the Ways and Means Schools and Cities and committees who attended a meeting to discuss the bills were enthusiastic about the founda tion concept Sen William Reichardt Moines is author of one of the bills Sen Roger Shaff RCa manche is sponsor of the other Reichardl said the idea behind both bills has had much more support than 1 thought possible Each would substitute high lev els of stale school support around 80 per cent for current methods which rely heavily on local prop erty taxes supplemented with about 30 per cent state aid distributed under a complex formula The Reichardt measure already filed in the Senate would require the state to pay each school dis trict 80 per cent of the state aver age perpupil expenditure for each child attending its schools Thus if the stale comptroller found the average pcrpupil ex penditure for the state were per year each district would he entitled to S800 in state aid for each student listed in its average daily attendance report to the state The bill would limit school dis trict tax levies to 20 mills requir ing each district to live within the combined total of state aid plus money raised from he levy Districts could appeal for a sin gle year only for state emergen cy funds The obvious question as admit ted by Reichardt and Mrs Conk lin is where would the state funds come from given the depleted stale of Iowa coffers and legisla tive reluctance to challenge Gov Robert Ray on his promise that there will be no increase in state taxes No public suggestions on the source of the new state funds have made by the bills propon ents Mrs Conklin said she believes the RcichardtShaff approach to solving school finance problems will continue to receive serious consideration for the rest of the current session We Have Given Our WE HAVE GIVEN OUR have been distributed to Oelwein business firms who have met their quota in the Gulf States Paper Corporation fund drive Mrs Darwin Gitch REGISTER business office receptionist displays one of the cards VOL 105 to change his hometoivn Environmental Community SATURDAY MARCH 7 1970 Per Copy lOc Oelwein Iowa 50662 had better take sure redevelopment of each place a quick trip to this small Iowa to suit his plans Financing of the hamlet in the near future What entire project will be done through you see there today will only be a KRs corporation memory tomorrow If Harold JohnThough Wadena is the prime tar son has his way therell be some get of Johnsons venture the en changes made tire area around this small com Harolcl me HR Johnson munity will be affected Johnsons is the Monroe North Carolina man group is spearheading construe who seeks lo develop Wadena tion of a new industrial building Iowa as a tourist attraction Not in nearby Elgin exactly a St Troez a San FranHR was pleased with the re cisco or Tahiti HR still believes spohse his idea received from busi in Wadena nessmen Though still in the plan I was bnrn here and over since stages action will be taken mv childhood I wanted to come soon To obtain good communicajg back and do something for the ton with residents of the area place explains the 45yearold Johnson will hold a public meet Carolina construction man to announce his plans in de sonbelieves this area has always tail iff April He wants to make it been a large part of mv heart and clear that he is no Michael James my life Though speaking through Brody a thick southern accent Johnson The next step for Johnson is to is still an lowan at heart gain support for his idea for his Johnson has been in Wadena companysboard of directors If this week with members of the my board does hot agreewith me board of directors of his comthat this isa worthwhile project pany HR Johnson Constriiction Ill go ahead with it Oh my own Co a promotions expert commented Johnson a photographer and ah engineer A tertiary reason for Johnsons Alreadyoptions to purchase nearenterprising endeavor is one of ly 70 per cent of theWadena busithe major problems confronting nesses have been obtained by our society The transplanted Johnson HR moves fast lowan feels that development of Basically the plan calls for derural communities is necessary to veloping the Wadena area into not cut down the mass move to the just a tourist attraction but a cities which has given rise to f thriving business community also problems in housing crime and His capital is matched by a large pnllution In his unique fashion reaches Senate effort fefa local drive Oil kills water birds WASHINGTON W The first major environmental bill to reach Ihe Senate floor this session en courages development of smog less vehicles by providing autOr officials of thc Oelwciii Industrial makers with economic incentives Development Corporation have and a test market for new pro notec continued spirit of in ANCHORAGE Alaska Gobs from Hie northern tip olAfoguak substance because the area is so pulsion systems dividual citizens in the tund rais of heavy oil apparently flushed Island 200 miles southwest lo Ihe remote he said Under the measure approved ing drive lo hit Citizens from passing tankers clot beaches southern end of thc Trinity Islands Morris said thc oil spill was un Friday by the Senate Commerce have been making private dona along 1000miles of shoreline on like the slick that coated Santa Committee the federal govern lions lo help lhc drive Hie easl coasl of Kodiak Island The oil first was nolcd Feb G Barbara Calif beaches last year ment would be required lo pur The interest of citizens in this iim spokesmen estimate at Ray Morris of Kodiak a rcpre Its nol like Sanla Barbara he chase vehicles with the lowest community effort conlinucs lo birds IJvc been killed scnlitlivc of Ihe federal anlipollu said Almost all the oil has been amount of exhaust pollutants The really boosl our hopes coin ljv it tio11 Ucncy said Fishermen dis washed away from the beaches bill authorizes spending an extra mcnts Orvillc Christbphcl CXCEU covered the sticky stuff on buoys Were finding oil clumps in debris it nppcars thai il has been a but il was a couple of weeks Mor on lhc beach in kelp fishnets and scries of tankers coming in and ris said before the extent lhc fish floats clumping clirly ballast walcr oil spill was realized Bad wcalher Morris said lhc cslimalc of Gene Dickason director of thc prevented flights to inspect thc 10000 birds killed was conscrva fcderal Walcr Pollulion Control area unlil this week live and that dead birds had been Administration office in Anchor If we cant find away lo curb drifting onlo lhc beaches since last age said Friday Ibis sorl of situation well wipe month But 1 think theres no way we oul lhc walcr birds here Morris Thc deputy regional director for can ever identify any specific said the antipollulion agency Earl vessel responsible Dickason said members of his Kari of Portland Ore said the Thc 1000 miles of shoreline in staff walked along seven miles of oil may have been discharged by eludes a myriad of intricate in beach and found piles of dead a lankcr far off shore and have dentations that reach into Hie easl birds Nothing can be done to been blown westward to the side of the Kodiak Island group try lo save others doused with the beaches by high wind 25 per cenl for buying and main live secretary of thc Oelwein Area taining vehicles lhal qualify Chamber of Commerce An intcrgovernmenlal agency New Industrial Promotion Spinsors intcrgovernmenlal board which would administer Ihe proposed law would be aulhorized lo increase the purchase premium Specialty Co 50 per cent if the vehicles anti Hcinc Clime pollution characlerislics were T built into the propulsion system Mrs Joc Ricnards ratherthan requiring a special de vice Kdlcc Dr C J Nemmers Irving F Raftis Modern business Equipment DnVs W l Little lady returns money found on street LOS ANGELES M The kind Warthans DX ly little lady coughed to get the Keith James police sergeants attention then Humphrey Construction TVJ unfolded five bills from her James Elliott nand Rockys Shell Service I felt it might have belonged Larry Wegncr to someone who needed it more Richard Crump than I do Jean Cardon an un Thomas Schoencnbcrgcr employed fruit picker explained to Mr and Mrs E D Jack the desk officer Mrs Cardon said she found the News in brief amount of personal enthusiasm HR Johnson is exercising part of il Says HR I have always loved his personal philosophy this area of the country Theres Johnson vows to carry his idea WADENA 5 HORATIO ALGER none more beautiful through with or without the sup R Johnson used to The old Cabaret bar and restauport of his company Now a plan Ive irthis house as a boy and rant goes first In early summer HR wants to see things accom now he has returned home to the present structure will be torn plished soon Wadena citizens will redevelop the city I got the money Friday on a sidewalk near down and a new larger dinner be walching with a wary eye idea as a boy explains John a busy downtown interseclion club will go up in its place Though not from Missouri they son who was in Wadena this She had walked to police head Johnson will retain controlling still agree that seeing is believ week to begin plans for the quarters because she didnt have ownership in every business to en town enough money for bus fare Board sends letters to residents s voiir name IS your name speak Ed Note This is thc second menls and have spent much time of two stories concerned with th3 and effort in bidding The board opening of bids for construction appreciates your concern and in again Sir of Ihe new Junior High School viles you lo be present to ROTHERHAM England Ml the bidding at pm March 10 The hospital patient seeking treat by Mike Mahoney mcnt for a dog bite was having Fisher a roeinient of two Register Managing Editor Thc single contract system for difficulty makg himseif Jlul1 X ranslanls andI the ex Thc Oelwein Community Board letting bids is nothing new but in corneai iranspiants ana tnc ex of Education mailed letters Fri the past has been apparently more St00d EcutlvRc drcclor o the Iowa Lons day to residents who signed a pe popular with giant orojects in ma Woof he replied when asked Eyc be 8 tilion requesting the board reject for cities A push has been under his name Oclwcn Lions Cub all bids next Thursday on thc pro way in Iowa by thc Master Buikl rf g March 9 at Ulc posed new Junior High School Crs of Iowa suggesting more single The receptionist laughed pohtc Sportsmen Club Thelctlcr signed by George Z contract systems ancl repealed cr request wi speah on whal Ulc Miller president included thc fol n Matnr Rniirlprs I am insisted the dogbitten Eye Bank Means to You and will lowing comments and six others Ihe advanlages include central Patlcnl Woo lhc kckoff Ihe local clubs drive for Before bid documents were responsibility low cost cdmplc towns housing manager And re eye donor cards March is national drawn the board carefully anation schedule is assured creative hls business card to prove eye bank month and Iowa Lons lyzed both systems of bidding management assured quality in blgln month thc single contract and the mulliplans and specifications maxi Any area resident wishing lo pie contract Our archilecls and mUm efficiency in conslruclion stolen sign an eye donor card may con engineers advised that both sysuniform labor policy safety meas m tact Lions Eye Bank committee terns have merits and demerits urcs can be correlated owner is nnPO Dy Jr members Dr Frank Piper Dr and that neither is apanacea protected against loss from suils WEST UNION Special Ac or Dr Darwin They advised that with our situclaims or other encumbrances rordina to Fayctte County Shcr Jackj or mernbelof lhc j ions ation in Oelwein with a tight budgeneral contractor is responsible iffs authorities David Orr of Fay eel and a lighl construction sched for ethics of the industry being etle and Galen Baumcardncr of In lhc pasl 15 years lhc Eye Independence stole a battery and Bank has received more than 1 day March 7 relieving fillin shouted prolcsls at the judge wore in f court World Book mailing delayed Officials at the Oelwein Daily Register arc wailing for Ihe re mainder of thc shipment of World Book IflGD before sending them WASHINGTONsCnnle critics charge lhal Prcsidcnl Nixon still Ihioiigh the mil slory o lhc American role in Laos The charge Several telephone calls have after a 3000word slalemenl by Nixon on thc US role in Laos been received in regard to Ihe wili released Senate has beaten down efforts books Only a partial shipment to water down legislation extending thc Voting Rights Act which has been received at the Register Prohibits literacy tests and authorizes federal registrars to protect The books will be mailed as soon residents voting rights in certain areas group of as the remainder of the books arebcl terrorists held a US Embassy official in Guatemala under the Ihrciit of cxcctilion today and demanded lhc release of four jailed guerrillas in exchange for his freedom The 40yearold official was kidnaped bysix gunmen Friday GENEVA Christian study on human relations says the contraceptive pill should not be withdrawn even if il should lead lo a temporary increase of promis cuity among the young KEY BISCAYNE Nixon has decided on a lightbudget space program that could include tclcvision inonilored unmanned lours of Ihe planets in this decade LOS lhal Charles M Manson is hopelessly inade quate lo defend himself against murder charges a judge has appointed a lawyer for him Registerland weather Skies should be clear to part ly cloudy Saturday night with lows from the 20s in the norfh to the lower and middle 30s in thc south It should be cooler Monday with a chance of rain or snow Judge appoints lawyer for Charles Manson LOS ANGKLKS judge has rliled jjs stt Keene Go wash appointed a lawyer for Charles M in lhal Mailson Th dilly rhe Manson saying the gradeschool himself Al lhal lime ilrnnriiii is hoiiclcsslv iiridodiritr w i ordered him removed by liopotil is nupcKhMy Keeiie told Manson Yon arc inak lo defend himself ngamsl charges the bailifi As Manson was led of murdering actress Tale A molion Mansoii hadSiihmil oul he said Theres no love in Iid Friday included requests thai your court CARL C HENDERSON is the new Arlington State Bank man aging officer and cashier Hen derson begin his duties Thurs Manson objecting bitterly lwc deputy dislriel altonicys be the Superior Court so Ihey would have the hcariiiK Friday exclaimed You sune restrictions as he did in pnv cm kill mr but von canl give mo paring for trial ami Hint the court an allorncy I wont lake one Three Manson followers who address him as Charlie Keen appointed Charles Hoi DES MOINES Governor Rob Iiav Plins lo announcc his In revoking the permission he lopelcr of Pasadena to defend candidacy for reelection at a Sat Manson He said thai if Manson urday March 7 press conference had cranlcd Maiisnn lo defend him wauls to choose another nl orney Thc Iown Kcpublican is seeking self iriil judKC William I Knene will he Rlad lo substitute hun lon said Manson lacked legal knw foiMnllopcler a vclcran triinmal ledge his Krammar and reading lawyer ability were limited lie was un As Ihe judge concluded four of r redominanuy able io lype and unwilling to fol Mansons followers rose from Hi Jaycee chapter low rules speclalor section and one cried You indicated lo the courl lhal There is no justice in your court pit predominantly get and a tighl ulc Ihe single contract system observed on the project with its inherent efficiencies will radiator from a car belonging to 200 eyes and has made possible officer Ike Schroeder Henderson benefit Ihe tax paying citizens of School officials also Rofincv Arthur of 575 cornca transplant operations from Ankeny Oclwcin through a savings in both oilers from Black Hawk Construe limc Bht March 6 The Proscntly morc than 22 MP0 Iowns uciwcm fa tlon Co Waterloo and accused burglars then turned have lhcir L gen af con actors Constructors Inc Mason City themselves in to Fayctte County owa LTEyc B nk CC DSC scverdi gciiiiai who praised the onebid contracl Sheriff Nonniii McCairicy but 0 who will be submitting i letting letters were signed Justice of the Peace Ralnh Moore Thc purpose of Ihe Eyc Bank is i i March 10 have staled inj b Edward D pauiscn of Black has fined Ihe fellows and lo acl as a clepringhouse between last tHlS CCntUrV the board that the singlc conlraci Hawk and Jack j Buchncrj of cosls lhc pcrgon tfl donatc J system as specified by tnc arc m Winncbag0 Authorities report Arthurs car cyes lo be used after death and NEW YORK Ml Thc moon tcct be retained 101uus was parked in Maynard in front the person in need of a corncil Pnssctl slowy across lhc fiec r you were incapable of following yoll n mockery The judge black Jaycee chapter has been or Compctitivc subbids irom me The standard form contract be of theWest Central Highschool transplant the sun today blolling oul its Jic rudimentary rules of lhc of llicm in conleinpl nnixcd in Miami with 21 mem chanical and electrical comraci twccn lnc school district and whcrc it was bcincj used ns a fix radiance and casting a tftal jail even in such things as Sentenced to five days in jail were KCS ors will be submitted to the gen waggoner Waggoner architect up nar for Ri10p class students shadow into space and onlo lliu or taking a shower Kecnc Share also known as oral contractor who will maKC ms Of City was also revealed The fellows turned themselves ActOf 8 towntlOUSe earth Millions of persons along Mmson Gypsy Sandra Good Mark Weve done something unique selection on thc basis of the low School officials invite interest in to Fwetlc County Sheriff Nor lhc patn of thc shadow which Keonc stressed lhc complexity Koss and Im tickled to death about it est bid with due consideration to pnrtics lo attend thc bid letting mnn MoCaulcy Salurdnv morning aJ travels 1500 miles an hour ohnd seriousness of lle crimes r the workmanship integrity co al thc administrative of Mnrch 7 at 2 am Informalion Actor Duslln tne bst and five members of his w f Dckson prntoent of the opcrativchcss and financial re in tnc junior Deputy William OLaughlm Hoffman s posh Greenwich Village jor in hc family are charficn JJHJ v nrf wont North Mam Beach sensibility of the various sub of the sheriffs department was lownhousc was damaged Fr5fy y Slatcs in this cclUiry J miirder and conspiracy in the lhc coTr JnvcCCS thf frS involved Under the looking for Orr and Baumgardncr an explosion which dcslrc5d an Aim 0 and 10 All but one v predominantly Negro chapter in S contract svstcm thc Del Two Oclwcin contractors prc Uic lurnin adjoining home for Irial March 30 lo look throiiKh my eyes You weir Community School Board of scnted school officials with pel Takcn lo Jusllcc of lhc Peace Board meets Monday Vm wlisfind thai if yon went me three weeks   

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