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Burlington Hawk Eye (Newspaper) - July 28, 1968, Burlington, Iowa The Hawk Eye Burlington. Iowa. Sunday july 28, 1m8 Gross claims convention wanted him by Marguerite Davis Washington up rep. H r. Gross r Iowa said Friday the Iowa Republican convention clearly intended he should a it As a Delegate at Large at the Gopas National convention opening at Miami Beach. Fla., aug. 5. Even a disputed vote switch by one county delegation against him would not change this since it would have been countered by another substantial change in his favor Gross said. I administrative aide Robert e. Case will argue his Case Hen the National conventions contest committee meets at Miami Beach july 30 to review the Challenge f i i e d by mrs. Charles Rohm Des Moines. Mrs. Rohm president of the Republican workshop in Iowa was included in a slate of to delegates at Large elected by the state convention last april 17. A motion then was made to for the record front the hospitals Burlington july 26 dismissals mrs. Lillian a. Toft new London David Ellis 2060 Sunnyside mrs. Karen Osborn 237 Spring West Burlington mrs. Bonnie Stout 1715 s. 150i Steven Waterman Lockridge Devlin Wubbena 518 Ruthella West Burlington mrs. Fee Johnson. 2320 Gnahn baby boy Stephens 1751 Pine George Bertrand 813 s. Ninth mrs. Marvel Cole Keokuk mrs. Gladys Dailey 813 Harrison miss Nancy Rodeffer Stronghurst Charley Waddle 316 Shields Ralph Sherman Stronghurst mrs. Lilian cousins 610 Barret mrs. Mildred Mower 2405 Sunnyside mrs. Ethel Headon. La Harpe mrs. Bonnie Wagenbach and baby boy. Burlington re 2 Ronald Fry. Wapello Eugene Shipman. Colchester Terri Brobston. 228 Union Robert Ilief 7 Winter Alabama author William Bradford Huie. Second from left paid off Judy Reeves. 18, second from right $500 for finding Morris Anderson Center who voted for gov. George Wallace and gov. Lurleen Wallace. Also try ing to claim the $500 but receiving $100 each were Frank Mastin Lef Montgomery and William Thompson right Florence Ala. Reeves and Anderson Are from Bay Minette. Up photo Mcgovern won to Back huh suspend the rules a procedure july 27, dismissals which required a two thirds Connie Siefken. 1317 n. Central vote of 2.320. To substitute Carol Moser 2305 Charette Gross for her. Lane mrs. Diana Broeg. It. Pleas wanted to change Ard according to official records mrs. Laura senti it. Madison 2,329 votes were counted in fart. I Vor of the suspension but be Fred Boyle it. Madison fore this total was announced Hene Fye Squaw pc n. Christina Straw 1820 Des Sioux county tried to change Moines Avenue its vote. The change would have George Schnedler Sperry. A a Defeated the motion to suspend it. I in said the part must bring the. M wan maw Xiv Pequot in according to a preliminary sum William Johnson. 310 Broadway. A a a a into full. I West Burlington by United press International convention. In an apparent new York governor was sen. George Mcgovern of attempt to counter the consider Dorset in new York by rep. Headers of the poor South Dakota has become Able support for Mccarthy Margaret m. Heckler r-mass., participation in the Quot politic Ai a Mary by the contest committee Orchard who said he is the candidate system. Mccarthy met with 25 but me v0�?~e a Hen announced by few to u Harpe who has the greatest Appeal of the 102-member delegation convention chairman Jack mrs. Irma Vance. 923 n. Fifth for the greatest number of which had a Large proportion of Schroeder Dia not reflect the mrs. Judy Cross 313 Shields american people. Uncommitted members. He change mrs. Grace Kubisch morning Mccarthy in Detroit to seek fuse to say whether he Felt when Schroeder a t Sun support from Michigan Dele a a an a to cause announced Gross had replaced a Parkway a Gates to the Chicago convention science display mrs Rohm on the slate ques Marilee a fins 710 ram f. Vina Rivi Mirph until Natine accused the adminis a tons were raised from the sey West Burlington and dear fiend the vice civilized until nations and ration of having a talked much Columbus Junction floor the chairman called for Earl Kiester Oquawka Mcgovern considered a dark people Stop building fences and done Little to head off Warren d. Lewis Iii will Dis chairman called for something of a National favorite Humphrey devoted half of his son candidate for delegates of 46-minute speech to discussing the late sen. Robert f. Kennedy peace in Vietnam Southeast who like neither vice president Asia and the world. A the next Hubert Humphrey nor sen. President must take charge of Eugene j. Mccarthy. On americans future a Humphrey saturday Mcgovern declared said. A what is on our new that he must decline a to Agenda first peace nothing endorse the candidacy of an old less. The world wont be truly horse possibility for the demo Stop stocking weapons cratic presidential nomination settling their disputes should Mccarthy and Humphrey deadlock made his statement in Nelson a. Rockefeller the los Angeles. He was there to testify before the California delegation to the National convention a delegation won by Kennedy by virtue of his Victory in the California primary on the night he was shot june 4. A Dove on Vietnam Mcgovern said he could not support Humphrey because a it is imperative that we nominate a Standard bearer who can run with a Clear mind and conscience on our possible candidate Mcgovern has been talked Stop rioting. A the democratic party play his science project at the 895.2 585 by can and must declare total 1958 Iowa state fair at t h e commitment to the end of the Quot Best of the science fair sex crisis in our cities a he said. He i Hibit on aug. 21-25. A vote to reconsider which lost Naomi Murphy it. Pleasant mrs. Linda Larkins and baby boy. It. I David k. Anders 1601 Avenue West trucking contributions linked to trucking Bill according to mrs. Rohm the Iowa convention rules never were suspended and Gross therefore could not be named j to replace her. I Gross in his response to the contest committee argued that no Delegate exercised the right Annette Waldorf 1109 s. Ninth to Appeal when invited to do so Mike Courtney 529 n. Gertrude by the chairman after the vote Melanie mom pwn loan or Cimon Oeniati to Etc on Nannoah mercy july 26 dismissals on suspension was announced Washington up Schwengel a Iowa charge y 81 cd Friday there was a pattern Between political contributions by the trucking Industry and the Progress of a trucking Bill about by Antiwar democrats As through Congress. A fourth party candidate should Schwengel has opposed the Humphrey win but he made it legislation which would author Clear he would support hum states to permit consider prey Over any foreseeable Able increases in the size and Republican nominee should the weight of trucks using the fed democrats nominate Hurn feral Highway system. It w a s passed without debate by the Humphrey would Senate april 4> approved by toe in j House Public works commit a deform calling 3 a recently a Piau orm cutting liar or i by Tho for a no More Vietnam in View of the a no wider War pledge of president Johnson in prey. He said encounter running on the Campaign committee treasurer Frank Grimm who said a we do what we can for those on the committees who might help us a a Schwengel wrote Price. Schwengel insisted he did not imply that any member was a actually unduly influenced by the contributions. The 1964 election. Was cleared by the House rules committee. Schwengel in a i e t t e r to chairman Melvin Price of the House committee on standards his formal statement bristled 0� official conduct said official with Antiwar statements. Reports to the h o u s e clerk he said the War must do a show a pattern of contrib ended now 4 not another year Tjong ii acted by the trucking or five or to years of War Industry to influence committee which will leave us no better off members concerned with trackman before not after months of eng further useless bombing which b a serves Only to perpetuate the report shows contributions fantasies of absolute Power and the report by the truck oper a painless destruction that have 3 Torso non partisan committee bedevilled us since Tonkin an of the american truck a in South Dakota Mcgovern ing associations showed Contri iwas bedevilled himself with lotions during the March 9 problems close to Home. His 19 june 13, 1968, period of $2,000 year old daughter Teresa was Elt cd to s e n a t e Republican arrested Friday night and Leader Everett m. Dirksen a charged with illegal Possession and chairman j o h n c. Of narcotics after a raid at a Kluczynski d-ill., of the House rapid City Motel by state re ads subcommittee who Spon agents. They said they found i so red the House Bill. Marijuana in her room. Mcgovern is seeking re election were this fall for a second term. In other developments Richard m. Nixon the publican fron Tunner was Dorset in new York by David j. Mcdonald who was Defeated by i. W. Abel As president of the United steelworkers of America in 1965. A we need a Man of his leadership and frankly his guts in the White House today a Mcdonald said of Nixon. He said he voted for John f. Kennedy Over Nixon in 1960 but had been a Republican for the 15 years prior to 1938. Mcdonald said he a absolutely not had been promised a Cabinet appointment by Nixon but said he would be available for an appointment including the Post of Secretary of labor. Discusses peace Humphrey the vice president was in Salt Lake City to address the democratic state convention which was to select 20 delegates to the National other smaller listed for House Mem hers Arnold Olsen d-mont., of the roads subcommittee John d. Dingell ikmich., and Brock re Adams d-wash., of the trans exportation subcommittee. A the intent of the pattern of giving was clearly stated by Chance to disavow a i believe it is necessary to give every member of Congress involved a Chance to publicly disavow the intent stated by the truck lobby a he wrote. A every in e in b e r of the Price committee should be Given an Opportunity based on this revelation to determine whether or not there Are ways to control such outside influence by considering the passage of a Law that would penalize those who seek to unduly influence members of Price said his committee Likely would discuss Schwengels letter at its next meeting probably after the August recess. But he noted Schwengel did not ask for a formal hearing at which to press his charges. As for disavowal by members involved in the affair Price said any one of them can do that through speeches or press interviews. Schwengel said a a Many members of the House Public works committee As Well As other congressmen have joined contributions him in opposing the truck Bill. He was hopeful he said that it will not be brought up for passage before september. Schwengel complained that when the Bill was before Klu Czynski a subcommittee he and others who questioned the legislation were unequivocally As see Page i sure they would be allowed where in plenty of time during full com a Mittee deliberations to offer the world. ? amendments and secure More j detailed information but this Promise was not honoured be1 said. A j Calao Esi Island a there was less than 40 min Ida a newest Ete Park utes of discussion on this very Small Island rumoured to be the Paul Swisher 2705 West ave. Important Bill and i was a1 -1 site of undiscovered buried Paul Hill 1240 Kroeger Lowed less than five minutes a treasure. Reached by boat. July 27, dismissals he said. A there was no Satis Cal Adessi is a Fine example of mrs. Lulu Winder. Wapello factory explanation of this pro untouched tropical environment. David Carlson 1727 South Medure except t h e general it represents one of the last Mirzae Mullens Colchester 111. Statement that a everyone s for remaining wild areas along the mrs. Florence Porter 2907 a i Western coast of the state. Columbia Kathy Keppner 2015 s. 14th Douglas Tweedy Argyle i mrs. Elsie Grubb. 217 Prairie ave. John Gulick 1820 Highland j mrs. Cecelia Beckman Sperry mrs. Mary Mohler 1120 Valley mrs. Mary Rodgers and baby boy 1924 Barret or miss Kathleen Flynn Burlington it. 1 is a dry cleaning special Van b. Weaver 237 summer mrs. Charles Lewis and baby boy Beaverdale Heights Jeanne Heinzel 718 s. Fifth Daniel Bradley Ottumwa Sally maus 511 Iowa St. Francis july 27, dismissal Eva Dunn 2208 s. 10th Klein july 27, admission Clara Anderson 403 s. Leebrick july 27. Dismissal Thelma Whitten 1613 Elm court Park Manor july 26 admissions Glen amen Mediapolis transferred from veterans Hospital in Iowa City Accident reports Soo Block n. Main. Friday 6 55 Joseph Franklin Rohmer. It Madison going Ortli on main chanced Lane and struck the mov inc vehicle of Glenn Albert run-1 Dorff. 1416 Cleveland police said. Too Block of n. Woodlawn 9 45 , where a car owned by George Ganakes. 2501 s. Main broke Loose from its asked and struck a parked car owned i by Connie Lou Siegfried 117 n. W Woodlawn. Sixth and division. 3 a pm. Sat inlay where a car driven by Rob a Ert Kart Hingst 1017 division i struck the rear of a car operated j by Tracy Thomas Hale 506 s third. Births i Bung ton v Illing or or. And mrs Joe. 1015 s. 10th, Cirl. July 26. Mum me. Or. And or. Stanley. 2106 Melvin Cirl. July 36. Musty Statler. Or. And or. John 832 n. Fifth Bow july 26. Banks. Or and mrs. Glenn Broadway West Burlington Cir. July 26. Municipal court operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated a Newnan Neal Fokker. 39. 913 High. Bound Over to the grand jury after a hearing. He a arrested by the Highway patrol june 13. Receiving stolen goods a Vernon Mayes. 46 no address listed dismissed for Lack of evidence to prosecute marriage licenses Ira Stanley Cooper. 32. And Betty Ellen Lanspe 43. Both of burling c1 Are Nee Frederick Bruhl. Legal and mar Gam t Louise Orendorff. Legal both of Burlington. Michael Gubert Dudley. 14. And Patricia Ann Thomson. 19. Both of Ottumwa. Wapello Danny Ieese Sands 17. And Jam a Lott Griffith. 18. Both morning Sun. Robert lofeltnaker.37, and Joanna. Hahn. 23. Both Chicago it. Pleasant Terry Eugene Wasson 32. It. In i Ion and Eliiabeth Gay Eland. 19 Winfield. Divorces filed it. Pic Wasant a Mary Lou stages a Harold William swathes. I couple married mar. 19. 1960, in Wayland and lived together until apr. 19, 1968. The plaintiff asks custody of two minor children and that household goods and a car be set aside As her separate property. The Titian asks that a car be set aside r the defendant. Fire alarms 8 10 . Friday an Auto in the Soo Block on a third Carburettor backfire. Fire out on arrival of firemen. 8 30 . Friday Firlit and Valley. Auto owned by Ernest Danielson 321 8. Tenth front seat fire believed caused by a careless smoker. Licenses lifted As reported by the Drivers men of a Nile safety. License in vision state depart Robert Lyle Sylvester 31, Montrose it i. 130 Days implied consent. Herbert Albert Noll. 42, Muscatine it. 4. Iso Days implied consent. John Edmond farther 41, Rio Arch Burlington 120 Days implied consent. David i Eroy Stanhart. 17. 804 s. Starr. Burlington. 62 Days serious violation. Vick Lann Watton 20, 171b1 a 8 main. Burlington 64 Days serious violation. Gary Lee Peppert 19. Muscatine i Days serious violation. Weather for Burlington and Vicinity sunny and pleasant sunday fair and continued Cool sunday night. High sunday in the lower 80s Low Sun Day night in the lower 60s. Outlook for monday partly Cloudy and warmer. H eath Elk data temperature 5 . Is temperature 9 . 78 precipitation. A a a -13 at the a Law Eye. .49 Sunrise monday. 5 58 . Sunset monday. 8 23 . Temperature Bange . Today. M . 85 70 record High this Date 103 in 1918 record Low this Date 54 la 1925-28 record recantation this Date 1.2� in 1915 River stages Davenport 10.1, up .4 Burlington 12.0, up .3 Keokuk 8.8, up .4 Quincy 11.6, Down .2 Wapello 5 2, Down .1 Keosauqua 1.4, Down 5 Lacrosse 7.0. Down .5 Dubuque 12.4, Down .2 for Active men Waterproof sports watch Shock resistant automat in Calendar Waterproof strap Sale is a 9 5 Price Charo it undo re to a or in int turnier a in excellent Witch for Tatry a ran Active in sports. Rugged. Built to take it. 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