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   Oelwein Daily Register (Newspaper) - March 25, 1970, Oelwein, Iowa                                Gulf States MYSTERY assured of Rays finance plan headed for trouble VOL 120 WEDNESDAY MARCH 25 1970 TWO SECTIONS Per Copy lOc Oelweiri Iowa 50662 Oelwein Industrial Development Corporation has assured Gulf States Paper Company this community would meet its goal The money is Oelweins part of a proposal re garding Gulf States plans to open a new plastics plant here In a letter mailed Wednesday morning to JE Warner sum be raised and the last to the new state needs without a gener ff Take about from the o sae nees wou a ene ae aou plants location in Oelwein would be eliminated in time for ai tax increase is in trouble in the State Board of Regents in rever COnstruction to start Iowa Legislature plain words the money At a meeting of the Industrial Drive Finance Committee This became abundantly clear appropriated by previous legisla Tuesday it was revealed checks and money equaling Tuesday when the House defeated tures for purchase of a site for a The Sacred Heart journalism 99700 had been turned in to the committee a bil1 to issue drivers licens western Iowa university staff put out their seventh annual While this leaves a balance of spokesmen vof for thc Oehvcin Daily and professional people who have riot as yeV fulfilled their thea newstate mens reformatory Karolyn Hess City editor qtiota which would account for 75 per cent Of the balance package he proposed for this bi tn Pam RuVina Snorts editor Many individuals including industrial business and protes ennium the fee charged sional employes are still turning in contributions to help Oel wein achieve its greatest financial drive The committee warned the drive isnt over and those who hadnt contributed were expected to donate their share Oelweins future It was also pointed put that individuals not given were urged to make their contributions insance comDanie ark th Rep Rudy Van Drie RAmes urance comPanes anc he to no Sports Thcresa Kai that by his own calculations some was was From records and was tle womans page editor esti Proof readers were Marilyn Kor tenkamp and Cindy Erpelding Those working in advertising Ray said that if his proposals were Ellen Brunei director Susie were adopted he would channel Hamilton Henk Van Hocckle Jan The legislature is taking a close million into matching federal ice Jones Glencla Lamphier Mary now SO the deficit could be erased The records show over look at all kinds of revenue shiftfunds by cities and towns for polhi OBrien Mary Jo Ohl and Charlcnc 600 individuals have contributed and nearly 300 businesses ing measures It is reluctant to tioncontrol to the State Hutchison and professional firms have given borrow from the future as Rep Health Department for solid waste Advisor to thc students besides CoChairmen Churchill Williams and H Jay Pinchhad William Gannon DMingo said the disposal and some million into the regular staff was Mrs George words of great praise for the wonderful way in which the peobill would do to finance current additional homestead credit for OLoughlin pie of Oelwein had responded to this drive They thanked the have been committee for its untiring efforts and urged the members lng for Ray and the Republican to concentrate on the remaining accounts so that the goal majority in both houses of the IT WAS A lot of hard work but a lot of fun ten as the Sacred Heart Register Staff invaded the Oelr wein Daily Register office to publish its annual edition Bottom row from left Karolyn Hess Theresjjjiff Pruss and Pam Strawn Top Pam Rubino Mary Kay Frommelt Marilyn Kortenkamp and Cindy pelding could be finally reached legislature to do something furth er toward relieving local property taxes primarily vinthe form of granting more state aid o schools Taxpayers revolts have start ed up in many counties with farm ers agreeing hot to paytheir first half property taxes year On the other hand school teach with almost runaway in flation naliomvidf are demanding pay increases than in the past In the face of this Gov Rav has hewed close to his campaign pledge of tax increas es Dfmocrals have charged repeat edly that his stand isforcing mass ive increases in local property tax es Ray said a week ago that hn had in hisState State Sthppl board toiscuss Postal leaders begin salaries the 197071 year The Oelwein Community Board of Education will meet tonight Wednesday at 8 pm lo discuss 1 that Uic poslal system is ap proaching normal Postmaster General Winlon M Blounl said The meeting will be held m the od govcinmeilt union nc office ofSupl Arthur Sensor oUators arc ready to proceed with negotiations as scheduled in die afternoon Holding a news conference al the While House Blounl said the reported fair salary negotiations gress broke a threemonth dead Joel over postal pay and agreed to a HouseSenate conference on bills that couldbpusl postal wages as much as 111 per cent i man ALWAYS A LIGHT IN HIS Cliff Bakers Cafe in Maynard there is always a light in the window Bakers collection of kerosene lamps includes some that are nearly 100 years old All of them are in working condition and Cliff visits auction sales to add new ones to his collection all the time Nearest to Cliff is a three chimney space heater that was big help during the tornado assistance to the old ageprogram and aid to towns for water pollutiohcbntrol To do those things he present ed a package to the legislature Its basicpoinlsvwhich asked the legislature yto approve were these suspend thc allo cation of 10 per cent of the state sales tax to the road use tax fund and channel the money instead into the state general fund That means about million a year MRS MARVIN BUCKMASTER 201 5th Ave SE Oelwein is our Mystery Number winner today She wins for finding MN 9152 in the Montgomery Wards ad When asked what she would do with the money Mrs Buck master replied use it for Easter clothes Registerland weather Heavy snow likely extreme east lows in the 20s cold cent cent WASHINGTON Declaring per cent of the poslal clerks have returned to Iheir jobs in sonic branch offices The only major holdout Uic 6790 member Manhallan Bronx Idler carriers local Unit started Uic weekold illgcal strike was ordered by a federal judge lo rc lurn to work by 5 pm EST or start paying fines of each day Federal troops ordered up by Evercl in fair condition at a hos10 deal with Ihis mailer very Cily offices allowing some scrv unless breakdown jsitalTierc Tuesday night after un said dergoing emergencysurgery to re Throughoutthe nation lens of move from his hip a length of one thousands of poslal workers were government has no time limits for the talks but he was opli 1 would expect we will be able ice there Brooklyns letter carriers the Bui Gale W McGcc chairman of lhe entile ljost Otiice Coiii mi lice injeclcd a note of caution saying This crisis is not over This crisis hinges on the ability of the administration to negotiate a settlement down town McGce said only then or should Congress pass any bill liie strikers demanded a 40 per second major New York local in inch iron pipe on which he was returning to their jobs after the volved in the strike broke ranks cenl pay boost to a range of impaled after his car ran over il wildcat walkouts aiid liicklinglhu and voted Tuesday night to return a year from thc pres on thc highway Of mji built up in to work Thursday Authorities said the eightfoot their absence As workers returned to their cut range But Con holds thc purse strings and Minneapolis and Wcstcheslcr N without restarting lhe lime Y Blounl announced al a hastily consuming pay bill procedure called news conference Tuesday cnanwisSO per length of pipe apparently dropped Even in Now York Cily hardest jobs in Detroit Newark SI Paul ilcan gono higher than 111 per on the highway by a scrap truck hit by the strike plans were made rammed up through the floorboard lo resume some mail deliveries and seals and out the lop of the immediately car passing through fevcrdi rigs Blounl reported that embar hP goes on shipment have been lift EvcrdinK was able to slop the ed throughout the country iu car and his wifc flagged down a eluding New York City provided car which wcnl for help Fire dc mail sent there carries from imposing a tax on ne pital here for surgery Varied hobbies provide enjoyment leisure time for Cliff Baker family accepted lv and Rcadlyn worked for more Blounl said that except in Man lhan an hour with saws and a hatlan all post offices Were oper culling torch to free him after aling normally and even lliere which he was rushed to the hos where sentiment for Hie wildcat strongest about 20 nigbl ho would meet with leaders of all seven major poslal unions lo begin negolialing a pay raise if the backtowork Irani conlin zip code ued He said he hoped a sclllcincnl could be worked out in less than fivp diys bill said be was selling no lime limit Optimism for a selllcinenl also was generated Tuesday when Con by Lee Bonorden fore Ihey lurned it over to Cliffs with help of their cars battery or a new business Many of their This could make for very bor brolher Kenneth who continues power Almost as valuable for moneymaking ideas have grown ing reading Hs not about thc to manage the eating place atop Mary Lou Baker during the lor oul of a popular leisure lime North Frederick in Oelwein to nado was a small kerosene space hobby heater in 1960 Our youngest boy Randy was and dads footsleps Oldcsl son Instead it is about a family of the Bakers took over a small cafe only six weeks old at the time of Rick has bought his own lawn average people people who make in a building that is reputed to the tornado When it hit and the mower and younger brother Rog mislakcs have faults are human be one of Maynards oldest II power wenl off weused some of er works loo 1 take out the It is about a man and his wifc was really in pretty bad shape Cliffs lamps to light the place garbage and make my bed cx and their three sons and their when we got it Mary Lou ad I used the threeburner kerosene plains Roger 11 Music lessons seven deadly sins It contains nothing about murder or mayhem day and it certainly has no sex appeal Arriving in Maynard on Two bids were accepted today Wednesday for new cily siren The Baker boys follow in mom system equipment At a future dale a bid will be approved by Oelwein cily officials Crescent Electric Supply Com pany Waterloo submitted a bid of and Ilciman Fire Equipment Oelwein submitted a bid of Catholic schools offer philosophy for Christian life er as each year xthe Bakers re babys bbltlc arid to warm our snow to shovel in the winter place explained Mrs Baker Both older Baker boys also turn The new siren system cquip kerosene lamps but the collection ble rocks into shiny colorful ment will include lhe sirens bussing for parochial students developing good principles He has Dwindled to about 50 today stones At 2ycars old Randy may switches controls and lower when and state accreditation have been must learn that to bo a good cili frcqiienlmailers of debale in Con be must he aware that his rights carry with Ihcin duties He many jobs II is for a change milted It is in bad shape no longburning spocc heater to heal lhe lake up their time and there is good news Cliff and Mary Lou Baker opmodeled and improved their erate Bakers Cafe on Main Street place which also houses their in Maynard They are also a busresidence in the back bandwife team of Amway Pro The cafe has been a popular Cliff Baker once had nearly 100 not be much help to anyone bul purchased ducts distributors Clif himself gathering place for Maynard Though household goods auctions when youare as cute as Randy is has one of the largesl collections youth and lhe opcralors welcome are lhe besl source for lamps of who cares of anlique kerosene lamps The iheir young customers We havethis type Cliff gets some from When summer comes to north Bakers also operate sell and nl hadanything stolen in all our passing customers in the cafe cast Iowa the Baker family goes service cilizens band radio equipten years Somclime a young perOnce they lit his way to bed in camping Thc rcstauranl is closed ment But Dials nol all son will forgel to pay for somean aunts home and lighted lhe early each Saturday in thc sum They are also entering the trop thing but they will always come morning while he ate breakfast mer and the Bakers get into their ical fish business with a complete back when they remember Mrs as a young boy Now they are a camping trailer and journey to a favorite park Camping allows them to relax from their many endeavors and permits them lo have fun as a family Leaving is By Karolyn Hess nnd Pam Strawn Catholic education has long jcen n subject of much conlro Vcrsy Questions of financial aid Sacred Heart High school said concerning a KOOC education In this day if shifting values a sln dcnl needs lo have some basis for gress and the press The Catholic school system was nmsl develop a knowledge based established in Iho United Stales on right and wrong lie must re upon the belief that the purpose alixe the need of selfdisciplinc line of fish aquariums and acces series The Bakers oldest son CcHoUS Baker confessed Her husband agreed Ive got a lot of failh in owns his own lawn mower and the kids in Ihis lown he said A cafe is jusl one of Cliff Bak hobby to him So here we have a couple who operale a restaurant sell Amway products sell and service citizens Hes an band radio equipment and collect no terrible ordeal because they kerosene lamps What about the like to return to Manyard fish makes spending money Ihis way in the summer Another son helps ers irons in the fire his older brother tumble rocks Amway distributor too and docs odd jobs I dont really work for the In other words the Baker family company Im indcpcndenl from works for a living jusl like so them They are thc manufacturer comber 1969 when an aunt and many other Americans What I distribute their products ex makes them unique is their num plains the 42yearold Baker Bak Hi President Nixon has asked every person over 18 years of age to answer all qiics lions by census officials pledging there will be no improper use of the information if human life is primary spiritual lint Ihis floes nol mean Ilia I Calh olic education is centered on re ligious aspects alone The major instructional work of the church continues I be in lhe field of ed iicnlion Approximalely 380 slmlcnls arc cducalcfl in tho Oelwein Catholic In issuing a proclamation calling school system cieh year The etlu Christian life of consideration for others lie ligiori for him should be not for a few hours on Sunday bul for 24 hours a day Our Catholic schools can offer this philosophy but whether or not this is made tle peiuls on lhe student Thc Catholic school teaches these principles which arc necessary for a good Council plans special meeting The Oelwein Cily Council has scheduled a special adjourned meeting Monday March 30 at the council chambers The meeting will start al pni According to city clerk RG Kirkham purpose of the meeting is to discuss problems with the Oelwein Community Board of Ed ucation They will include traffic signals at 8th Ave SE and East Charles inclusion of the junior high silc into thc cily limits city and school obligations concerning water and sewer at both proposed schools and access roads to both sites Prime rate cut NEW YORK The Bank of America the nations largest cut its prime interest rate to 8 per cent from 8A Wednesday as it and others quickly follow ed a move announced by Irving Trust Co one of Mie nations major banks Irving became the first large bank to roll back the basic or lowest rate which banks charge their biggest and most creditworthy customers like big corporations We like this town real well for the 1970 census Nixon said cation of a Catholic sludcnl is in Iguess it all started in De Maynard has been real good lo us Tuesday thc prompt and accurate no way inferior lo thai of a pub have many crs territory includes Iowa Minn liked it so well and then 1 got real esota Wisconsin and Illinois He still manages to keep in touch Its so friendly here and they answering of all questions is of uncle gave the boys a tengallon have such a good school system great importance to our country fish aquarium for Christmas They the senior Bakers commented There are smooth stretches on interested in il myself Next a friend saw il in thc cafe and want Highway 150 leading inlo May nard from the west There are of jobs They irons in the fire Cliff and Mary Lou Baker have Bakers Cafe in May with his wife and three sons via ed one We got them one and then also rough spots too Thc road nard for over 10 years Natives of a citizens band radio in his car the word got around Now were seems to parallel the Bakers life Strawberry Point the Bakers think Thats another enterprise of Bak in the business for real Mary They admit to having made some positively about life and believe crs Lou Baker related mistakes and experiencing their that you get out of life jusl what Our CB sets came in real handy The Bakers have three sons share of ups and downs They you deserve good or bad Its jusl during the when I was in Rick 13 Roger 11 and Randy 2 have learned and prospered by a matter of working for thc good Wisconsin and thc wife was home The boys ardent Interest in fish them They believe in working things with our youngest boy Randy justifies Cliff and Uary naming hard and having a goal in life As Cliff grew up in Strawberry who was only a baby at that time their line of tropical fish1 products Cliff Baker says If you dont sol nonn 1 Point before serving in thc Army commented Cliff Baker When thc Triple R a goal in your life youre in trou Cul that fateful May Thc Bakers work habits arc blc Thc Constitution of the United Stales calls for a census every 10 years lie school student Thc teachers are fully accredited and the schools must meet all of lhe regu lations required by the state of ir u L I lion Am v nnn resources Stock Iowa A Catholic education is one beginning Apr 1 fm 0 ny co ICKC or university It is no big secret ninny paro chial schools arc running inlo fi nancial rouble There seems lo be increasing sympathy of the nonCatholic American with the Calholic posilion Approximately High school si u in the shared YORK stock mar Ibis after York bank Over the years many parcnls have come to realize this and the number of sludents receiving Ca tholic educations has grown in creasingly In iniO 1237251 pu pils were educated in parish schools as compared to 878fi275 students under Catholic instruc tion in IOdO But because of Uic hardships imposed on Catholic parents who must support both Catholic and public school sys Icms the figures have nol risen so rapidly in the last ten years In the Iwenticlh ccnlury Cath olic education is facing a real II must meet with the munity taking such subjects chemistry drafting art home eco lion In spile of thc problem of After military service Baker tornado struck that fateful May Thc Bakers work habits arc blc from per cent drove a semi for 9 years After 15 in 1968 thc Bakers CB set was commendable and Include cooper Their work requires a coopera Thc Dow Jones average of 30 in marrying wife Mary Lou a native a valuable asset to thc tornado ation from man andwife They live family effort from each mem dustrinls at noon had rocketed of Strawberry Point herself Cliff struck Iowa community suffering believe in discussing each new her Theres only good news com 2000 to 79370 It had been up ran a cafe in Oelwein that his without electricity They parked venture they undertake in their ing from this family thc good 050 half an hour earlier The avernor lhe funds for Ihcsc suhjccls fMss and to Kttp cmca parcnts built and financed This their car close to the home and marriage whether it be the pur news of a family who enjoys do IRC gained 1016cm Tuesday when lasted for a couple of years be broadcast emergency messages chase of a new piece of furniture ing things together the rally sot under way physics and distributive lack of government support Calh education Neither the facilities olie schools have continued to pro M Mnry Hcarl tional advances ind scientific 3 principal of methods of teaching and learning A Winner MARVIN BUCKMASTER Oelwein Iowa MN9152 Montgomery Wards Ad The Register Paid To This Lucky Subscriber So Mystery Number Today is worth 300 Number In upper left hind corner of page one of this litue It your Mystery Number See If you find on MN number In in luue exactly the same the number on page one Mring your full paper to the REGISTER office no later than 10 am Monday Eligibility for prlte li limited subscribers of the RfOIITIM prior to the time contest was No Register employee or terrier or their family may enter If unclaimed it always   

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