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Carroll Daily Times Herald (Newspaper) - May 11, 1974, Carroll, Iowa Iowa a place 10 grow Carroll daily times Herald 105 112 return postage guaranteed May 1974 six pages delivered by Carrier boy each evening for 80c per week single copy Nixon continues personal drive for Public support Washington a battling for his political president Nixon was bound for a Campus appearance in Oklahoma tonight As a top aide suggested resignation might eventually be considered if it would help the As a mounting chorus of congressional republicans called on Nixon to consider stepping aside because of his watergate the presidents relayed word through an assistant Friday that she feels its too bad the Republican leadership is coming out and saying these appointed to position in Oregon Mary Ricarda a native of Halbur will assume the duties of director of the Vincent de Paul Day care Center in at the close of the present school she is a member of the Sisters of Ricarda has years of experience in working with primary age children and 15 years in dealing with administrative she did classroom teaching at and Sioux City in Iowa and at for the past six years she has served As principal at marys school in she has considerable knowledge and a wide experience in the principles of child development and Early childhood she earned a at Briar Cliff Sioux in the Field of elementary her is from Loras in administration and later in guidance and she is a member of the National elementary principals the nonpublic school National Catholic education association and the International Reading things because its harmful to the she also said she feels her husband will not Shoudt resign and has never considered White House staff chief Alexander Haig said in an interview he sees nothing now to prompt a Nixon but he acknowledged the president might consider that unprecedented step if he thought that served the Best interests of the american the situation in Washington prompted White House press Secretary Ronald Ziegler to Call the new York times Fri Day and Issue a Strong denial that Nixon would the City of Washington is full of All that have been presented to me today Are and the one that Heads the list is the one that says president Nixon intends to the times quoted Ziegler As his attitude is one of determination that he will not be driven out of office by excessive charges or the times further quoted Ziegler continuing a travel studded personal Campaign to enlist Public Nixon was to Fly to Oklahoma to address evening commencement exercises at Oklahoma state University football stadium in a recent student poll indicated about half the Campus opposed the presidential University authorities said they would bar hostile placards from the Nixon Hope of gaining the initiative in his fight against possible impeachment received another serious blow Friday when conservative Good will tour Here tuesday Mary Ricarda Eich in her present position Ricarda has had the Opportunity to work with minority children As Well As with school staff and adults of the manslaughter charge is filed Iowa a manslaughter charge has been filed against Stuart West in connection with a traffic Accident in which three persons were the charge was filed in Des Moines county District court in Burlington authorities said he was the Driver of a car involved in an april 12 Accident in which three women were killed North of Des Moines area some 65 will visit Carroll May As one Stop on the 1974 Good will sponsored by the greater Des Moines chamber of the Good will led by tour chairman Dean Vic president of Valley Bank and will visit some 10 communities in Northwestern and Western As Well As Omaha during the three Day May and Hannam said the purpose of the annual Tours first begun in 1889 is to meet and get better acquainted with business and governmental leaders throughout Iowa and neighbouring states share the enthusiasm we All feel for the greatest state in the the tour participants travel aboard specially configured the businessmen from greater Des Moines carry with them Candy and balloons to be distributed to school children they meet along the in Many of the communities the entire tour group parades through the business led by the Community High school band or youngsters and townspeople alike will be entertained by Kagazig shrine clowns and the Jax of puts sludge on Lawn ends up with Tomato plants a Charles Oneall fertilized his Lawn with three tons of expecting it to produce Lush Green he ended up with Tomato Ripe or i like said the 63yearold a Cabinet but in not a nut Over in sure i wont be after this is Oneall said that when he started hauling the sludge a sewage Plant official told him he would probably later find a few Tomato plants growing in his we thought wed have some Here and but certainly not this Oneall weve even got four or five Watermelon and pumpkin vines in with three different kinds of to Matoes surround the couples two bedroom Home in located in the heart of Central Florida Lake weve got Cherry the regular ones and one kind in not sure said the Laden with to Are about two feet High and will be ready for Harvest in two asked How the sludge produced Tomato Oneall explains i dont quite know How you say it but they came from Tomato seeds Arent they just pass killed in crash Iowa of Dubuque was killed Early saturday when a car she was Riding in went out of control on 20 Here and hit a Utility award winning Barbershop the Good will ambassadors will arrive in Carroll at on they will be met at the Carroll courthouse by a delegation of Carroll colonels and will be Given a tour of the Urban renewal at mayor William Farner will be presented a key to the City of Des this presentation will take place under the Center canopy on Adams Street Between fifth and sixth the Public is invited to be in downtown Carroll to Welcome the the three Day tour schedule includes with approximate arrival times in May 14 Carroll Ida Grove Lemars Sioux City May 15 Onawa 10 Council Bluffs Omaha May 16 red Oak Creston return to Des teachers lock up contracts fort Iowa More than 190 teachers in the fort Dodge Community school District have taken their contracts to be locked up in a Bank the vice president of the fort Dodge education association Richard Henke said Friday the action was taken in a Dis Pute with the school Board Over the teachers requested per cent pay raise for the 197475 school Henke said 191 teachers had signed their contracts but Are withholding them from the Board to show people that teachers Are unhappy with whats being done and that were staying together on he said he didst know How Many signed contracts have been returned to the there Are 385 teachers in the he he said teachers Are asking Only for the pay raise and no other area forecast partly Cloudy and cooler saturday lows in upper partly Cloudy highs in mid Republican Milton Young of North Long a Nixon urged that he turn Over the presidency to vice president Gerald Ford until the impeachment question is under the 25th amendment to the Young Nixon later could reclaim the presidency should the House vote against impeachment or the Senate acquit him after a formal Ford met with Nixon for an hour Friday morning at a later news conference at but said i certainly could infer from everything he told me that resignation is not being Haig was asked if he could Forsee any circumstances under which the president might he replied i think the Only thing that would tempt resignation on the part of the president would be if he thought that served the Best interests of the american at this juncture i dont see anything on the horizon which would meet that and that a subjective View on my part and i think it is one the president shares very earlier Richard who has frequently differed with called for Nixon saying the presidential transcripts reveal a total disregard for the moral and ethical values upon which this nation was 898 go to of hospitals Carroll county residents made 898 clinic visits and accounted for 167 admissions to the University of Iowa hospitals and clinics during the 197273 fiscal in a report issued for National Hospital May Hospital officials said that on fourth of last years total admissions were from Iowa Western in use of the hospitals outpatient clinics during the same period ranged from visits per and the rate of admission varied from 28 per University hospitals annually admits about patients and accommodates another Quarter of a million in the patients to the Hospital Complex Are referred by Community physicians for highly specialized health care eight in bus killed in crash a at least eight persons were killed today in the crash of a greyhound bus on the East City limits of this Southeast Missouri the Missouri Highway patrol at least 35 other persons were reported one of them 4th Grade style show Suff photo Esther liens fourth Grade class at fair View elementary school combined mothers Day and their study of textiles in a fashion show Friday after each Section of pupils presented a lesson on clothing on a television set they had from left Steve Peter Tom Randy Haberl and Jim the 20 mothers attending received gifts from the pupils afterwards and refreshments were ser miss Lien modelled a dress she made from material decorated by the educators Hope for leveling off in math declines Iowa Iowa a Iowa educators Hope that there has been a leveling off of the slight decreases in Reading and math skills of the states pupils which occurred during according to the Iowa test of Basic to some students in grades throughout the results peaked in the years before 1969 and then showed decreases in vocabulary and Reading skills and especially in math differences in results Are most marked in the higher but at the same time the downward trends were occurring in Reading and math results for work study skills went education and psychology teacher at the University of Iowa and director of the Iowa Basic skills testing attributes the decreases to the changing nature popu lation of Iowa the switch from a farm to an Industrial the movement from farm to City and the migration from City to he also said the changing attitudes about getting ahead and the changing Conception of what a Good education Means could be other factors College is certainly not a guaranteed route to a White Collar As for the effect of television and such programs As sesame he said they May be a replacement for he said younger students Are probably getting better instruction from teachers More adequately trained to teach the new the reason Why pupils in the lower grades have fared better than those in higher professor of statistics at Iowa and builder of the math Section used on the Basic skills agreed with his associate in an interview that Iowa has been undergoing changes mostly toward the but he pointed out that Iowa students do better than average on a National level simply because Iowa is Mot yet faced with the educational problems found in metropolitan whats a big City in Iowa is not a big City he he said a More extensive to include the years of 1972 will be done next but he said Early indications Are that students in lower grades Are doing even better and that More positive results will probably be shown for those in higher Hoover said the years of 19631968 were those when the new math was being introduce with an upheaval in curricula and changes in the buildup of those changes carried by students from Grade to Grade probably explains Why there was a bigger drop in Reading and math skills in the higher grades than in the lower he Reform hearings announced by Neu Reform of the Iowa Republican party will be the subject of Public hearings later this Arthur Neu of Carroll announced sponsored by the Iowa Rule 29 the hearings will be held on May 21 and May the first will be in the Terrace room of Des Moines hotel the second will be in building s of Cedar rapids Kirkwood Community College both meetings will begin at anyone interested in testifying is invited to representatives of Public interest organizations already have been invited to Neu was appointed last january by Republican state chairman John Mcdonald to head the Rule 29 the Iowa patterned after the National Rule 29 met initially to recommend changes for the 1976 Republican National now it is working to present Reform proposals to the Iowa Republican state Central Twenty nine Lowans make up the Iowa Rule 29 they Range in age from the teens to the they Are established party leaders and political and their backgrounds Are both Urban and held in slaying at Shenandoah Iowa Allen Dale was shot to death Friday evening at his said Page county attorney Urban said Mutchler was shot once through the Chest with what appeared to be a Caliper authorities said Edward believed to be the victims was apprehended about an hour and a half after the incident and was being held in Page county jail on an open charge of Edward Mutchler was arrested after a High Speed Chase by Fremont county authorities near most Lowans pleased with poll shows Vanderheiden studio photo dress up day9 eighth Grade students at Lawrence school held a dress up Day to correspond with their studies of some of the students judged Best attired were from Renee Dalhoff and Jim Mike social studies Cheryl Gary Carolyn Wernimont and Tom Many students dressed in bib overalls of Short dres ses of and in the style of Des Iowa a most Lowans seem generally pleased with the actions of the 1974 Iowa Accord ing to a random poll conducted by associated press member but Many admitted they had not closely followed the legislature As it passed 31 Points of Robert rays 44point program before adjourning Early last i was particularly interested in what the legislature did on the consumer credit said Karl a fort Dodge the credit passed in the final hours of the would allow retailers to charge up to 18 per interest on the first on card accounts and 15 per cent above on revolving and on All closed end charge i was opposed to allowing a High interest rate and especially to making the credit customer look like an indigent who is supported by the credit Johnson i think the legislature reached a Good Compromise on George Grant of Cedar Falls said he had the same complaint As in past they saved All the important Bills until the last minute and then did a Lousy Grant the Bills ended up poorly prepared because everyone was in a Rush to adjourn and probably have to be changed next year at More taxpayer Iowa City photographer Joe Novotny was dissatisfied in one Way with the in upset that they didst Settle the wine Novotny i would have liked to have seen wine in the grocery but i think they did a they Tom a Sioux City insurance said he agreed with most of the goals achieved by the but Ericson said he Dis approved of the practice of adding unrelated amendments to a Bill in order to allow the Bill to Ericson specifically mentioned the Legislatures adding of a tax sheltered annuities plan for teachers on a liability insurance Bill and tacking the Bill to allow Long trucks in Bor Der cities on the department of transportation i believe these things Are important in and of themselves and should be handled he Judith Long of Waterloo said she didst have any complaints about legislative i thought they did an All around Good she but another Waterloo Dale not being a Republican and being a working i did not approve of some of the Bills they she said without being Walt a University of Iowa dental echoed the thoughts of several others when he said he was glad Robert Ray vetoed the Bill that would have allowed 65foot twin trailer trucks on Iowa some said they didst have but that they we rent really

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