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Cherokee Daily Times (Newspaper) - October 24, 1970, Cherokee, Iowa A her okra Bally Simps the Small society weekday except Federal holidays phone 225-5111 published every 111 s. 2nd Tom Miller editor and publisher Frank Buckingham managing editor Walter Brenner advertising director Don Mongan Mech. Superintendent Wayne Batterman printing Delores Pedersen accounting Dwight r. Clark publisher emeritus a �3y0imi note to Spiro a. Speak from heart or silence when vice president Spiro Agnew first spoke out in opposition to the militant leftists we applauded the amplification of his voice we said Quot Spiro is our hero Quot making reference to his posture in defense of what he termed the silent majority we took the position that much too much Public to do was being voiced from the Liberal left and that the thinking of the populace was becoming unbalanced. Civil and individual rights advocates were preaching a doctrine which sought to justify violence and Militancy by a hard Core minority and no one was speaking 14 for the quiet majority which was being Hurt. Then Spiro stepped up and spoke in opposition and the pendulum of reason and fairness moved Back toward a rational Center. A a a of late his utterances have bothered us. Where before he seemed to be speaking from his heart now he is funnelling invective indiscriminately lashing out at All who hold viewpoints at variance with his. His hyphenated hell raising and caustic comments no longer Are expressive of common Man concern. Rather he is directing his personal polemics against political enemies in the Hope of narrow Republican party gain rather than As a representative of the Broad general Public. A a a he is doing a disservice by his diatribes of verbal diarrhoea directed with irresponsibility against Public servants whose beliefs differ from his and he obviously is being unfair even to his own conscience when he backs do nothing candidates for the simple reason that they Are republicans. His castigation of two groups youths and liberals Are overdrawn and Are causing divisions in our society. Where at first his stance of defense served to stir reason by All people now he is conducting a Witch Hunt Type offence that is destructive and crushing and could cause a wave of anarchy. And then a counter wave of repression. A a a some noises Are being made within the Republican party to the effect that Spiro Agnew could Well be the gop Standard bearer in the 1976 presidential election. Perhaps this May occur. But we predict that if the Vic president continues on unchecked the free social climate will deteriorate to the Point where democracy will no longer be As we know it now. It will stagnate and fraction Alize and will be replaced by an atmosphere of hatred directly re a fleeting the outlooks and wishes of those in Power we do not suggest that Spiro Agnew be muzzled. Rather we would Hope that he would be Public spirited or silent. Campaign stirs modest interest Waterloo a Veteran us. Rep. Iii. Gross and a relative political Novice Lyle Taylor both of Waterloo Hava a a stir t de Only modest interest among the voters of the 16 county 3rd District As they Campaign for the congressional i seat Gross has held since 1948, a conservative Republican 5 Gross generally is regarded As ii one of the party a Best vote getters in Iowa. He a Yas the Only incumbent Republican representative to survive the democratic landslide of 1964 that swept five other Republican congressmen out of office. I Taylor politically unknown i until he became the democratic party a Choice to Challenge j Gross Long tenure accuses the incumbent of a negative think cease fire he tells his audiences that he will vote for any measure that will encourage a cease fire in Vietnam and result in the release of All prisoners. Taylor who currently is president of local 46, amalgamated meat cutters Union also says he will support programs which stimulate the production of Low Cost housing and Call for lower interest rates to make it easier for people to Purchase Homes he created a minor controversy a couple of weeks ago when he sent a Telegram to rep. Cornelius Gallagher chairman of the privacy subcommittee of the House of representatives in which he objected to the use by Brick Mon 9__ eur a what actors w. Tie of Tubb Quot / Eam rap -1 Mem to with a it Cut be v j avs Cherokee daily times sat., oct. 24, 1970 p2 h treasurer race spots differences of parties of drugs to Calm Down school children. A i object to any legislation which permits the use of stimulant drugs by Young school children excepting under strictest medical supervision.,�?� he said. Congressman Gross set the tone for his Campaign in a speech to delegates attending the Republican state convention in Des Moines and he continues to Hammer this Point Home a let us re affirm that the affairs of this nation shall to decided by the providers not the Revenue sharing to this end he proposes adopt ing a system of Federal Revenue sharing As proposed by president Nixon but he says ignored by the Democrat controlled Congress. He urges that this be Fol a owed by substantial reductions in the Federal tax Load returning More sources of Revenue to the states and local subdivisions of government. On the peace Issue Gross says that the military should have been Given a free hand to win the Vietnam War Back in 1965. A now if we can to get them to the conference table we better get out of he believes the United states has been Long Over committed in the world. A six per cent of the population can t police or finance the rest of the world without going broke. We need the Money to solve problems at Home a he asserts. By Chuck Noland associated press writer the Iowa incumbent Republican state treasurer and the Democrat seeking to unseat him pretty much represent the Basic differences Between the two parties tickets for state offices in the nov. 3 general election. Republican state treasurer Maurice a Baringer 48, is running for his second term on the premises that the Structure of Molt of state government including his office is sound and works Well that republicans Are committed to getting maximum value for every Dollar spent and that he is proud to serve with gov. Robert d. Ray in meeting Iowa a needs with progressive programs while practising sound fiscal management. The challenger state sen. William d. Palmer do Des Moines 35, contends that state government needs to be reorganized and revitalized that rays fiscal policy has been too tight and has placed the state in a critical financial position and that state executive officers including the treasurer should be More widely involved in Iowa a affairs. Sharply divided within that context the two Divide sharply on matters pertaining directly to the treasurers office. A the number one Issue As i see it is whether the office of state treasurer should continue to be elective rather than appointive a says challenger Palmer a trim Dapper Veteran of four years in the Iowa House of representatives and two in the state Senate. Asserting that few iowans know who the state treasurer is a let alone his opponent a Palmer argues that the treasurer should be appointed by and serve at the pleasure of the governor. This he says would assure that the treasurer works More closely with the governor in carrying out his programs. Treasurer Baringer an eight year legislative Veteran who was speaker of the House in 1967-68, argues that an elected treasurer will be More responsive to the wishes of the people. A a Man who has to stand for election is going to be a lot More careful about his Public relations than an appointed official Quot he says. Varied views also Baringer argues the treasurer Secretary of state Secretary of agriculture and auditor who with the governor compose the state executive Council bring a variety of views to the Council As it oversees spending by state agencies. Having the Council members elected Baringer says makes for More responsible executive Council decisions than would be the Case if members wore appointed and could be removed by the governor if they hampered him. The republicans who now compose the executive Council say it performs a vital watchdog role in holding Down nonessential spending by state agencies for such items As equipment travel and remodelling repair and replacement of buildings. Palmer like other democratic challengers says the Council should broaden its functions to include Liaison Between the governor and state agencies and direct involvement in planning and implementing the governors policies. A i think my opponent has set up there run the office Well and run a Good clean shop a says Palmer of Baringer. A but i think his responsibility goes beyond that a a fall of the executive Council members should put Forth More leadership Effort rather than limiting their responsibilities just to their offices a says Palmer. A they should be giving leadership and direction to state helping to implement government and formulate and More College Loans for his part As treasurer Palmer says he would be using the influence of the office and investing Idle state funds a in the Best interests of the state of that includes encouraging Iowa Banks to make More federally guaranteed Loans to College students. A there Are several Hundred students in Iowa who did no to go Back to school this fall because there just Wasny to any Money available a Palmer says. A i think the state treasurer could use some Friendly persuasion to encourage the Banks to meet their social a a there a no better investment you can make than in the educational future of our Young people Quot says Palmer Quot and i think the Best interests of the state dictate that we sacrifice a few percentage Points in interest on some of our rinds to do another trip Down Halls memory Lane by Hal Boyle new York a the human memory is like autumn a season of both recollection and premonition. It is also like autumn in that it is a Harvest. The Reward of the Green and growing years is the Golden sheaf of memories one is left with in the Indian summer years of life. Your own memory crop is Bountiful if you can look Back and remember when there really Wasny to much need for an alarm clock because there was always a rooster somewhere in the neighbourhood to announce the Dawn. Many a Farmer made pin Money by hitching up his team of horses and charging sunday motorists $5 to haul their stranded cars out of mud holes. Everybody in America seemed to Start munching raisins All at once after word was spread that they put More Iron in your system. During the flapper Era of the 192 f a women for the first time began to invade menus barbershops thereby riling the old timers and forcing Barbers to hide their copies of the lurid police Gazette. The nation had More pot bellied stoves than pot bellied people. No More Beans sometimes the lights in a movie House were flashed on and the film stopped so the manager could come out and announce a the show will not continue unless you kids in the front Row quit shooting Beans at the piano player a the Best Horseshoe Pitcher in a Small town was looked up to a even though he always seemed too Busy to find steady work. Many a Man who lived a Long life died in the same bed and same room he was bom in. Neither babies nor dogs were expected to subsist on canned foods. The favorite pinup girls of work War ii soldiers was Faye Emerson and Betty Grable. Kids when digging a backyard Cave always conjured up the dream of going All the Way through the Earth and wondered of the first person they met on the other Side would speak chinese. Every child also hoped to be the first to catch any new disease that appeared in his class. The most popular air conditioner in hot weather was a cardboard fan. The keyword of the american Credo was Opportunity not Security. Those were the Days remember Cash ought to forget comedy by Cynthia Lowry a television4tadio writer new York a Johnny Cash one of the most highly publicized entertainers on the contemporary scene is Back on Abc for another season of variety hours from Nashville. The show now and last season is Fine when it Sticks to music but gets into trouble with comedy. On wednesday night Cash introduced Marty Robbins for a comedy routine which curled up and died for a variety of reasons. The country Westem artist seems interested in broadening his series audience base this season. He had Peggy Lee an especially urbane entertainer As his guest. But like Oil and water Cash and Lee did no to mix Well. A the advocates a the current affairs program started on the education network last season has come Back with a Radical change of format. The program still takes up a different subject each week but now its form is More like that of a divorce court Quot than a debate. Under consideration wednesday night was the idea of economist Milton Friedman to restructure the educational system by issuing vouchers with which parents could Send children to Tho school of their Choice. In the new set up two lawyers take opposing viewpoints and Call witnesses for direct examination then Cross examination. Considerable heat and some Light was generated but generally the program consisted of a lot of wrangling and oratory. The word is around spread primarily by the weekly Nielsen ratings that this seasons youth kick by to programmers is not shared by the viewers. Bankers Eye stress farm operations Des Moines Udpa Farmers seeking Loans will generally find Iowa Bankers putting greater emphasis on a detailed analysis of their farm operations. Bankers want Farmers Quot to show where they have been and where they Are going Quot observed Robert d. Patten chairman of the Iowa Bankers association s agriculture credit study committee. Patten vice president of the Monticello state Bank acknowledged that there has been a concerted efforts to get Farmers to keep better records. But he said this can t be accomplished Over night. Quot a lot still depends upon the individual too Quot Patten remarked. Some Farmers he added have that Quot touch Quot to make a Good living without maintaining detailed records. But their numbers Are declining. The Young Farmer starting out or the ones no have experienced some financial difficulties Are going to be called upon to keep up to the minute records. Patten looks for the Quot livestock feeding margin Quot to be very close compared to the last two or three years resulting in a squeeze on credit. This probably would mean less Money available for capital improvements on farms he added. Under Asphalt Dover Del. A Delaware a newest government building is covered with Asphalt and is under a parking lot. The Structure is the new archives building a an underground Hall of records for vital and historic documents relating to the state. They struck out twice police grab suspected Bank robbers beside their overturned car after a High Speed Chase following a Bank robbery at Copiague on Long Island East of new York. Two of suspects Are handcuffed beside car and third Man not shown was wounded in Chase. Police Saki two of the men were out on bail on charges arising from an earlier Bank robbery. A wire photo scandal boosts Gilligan in Ohio Columbus Ohio apr Ohio once looked More elusive than Camelot itself for Kennedy democrats but an abrupt odor of scandal has provided a latter Day new frontiersman with the scent of Victory. With statehouse republicans caught in the backlash of a questionable loan Deal former congressman and Kennedy organizer John l. Gilligan is moving toward the governors Chai. A a we re trying to win this state Back from the fixers a says the 49-year-old Gilligan sounding the theme of the democratic Campaign. While top cop strategists the enemy within 15,000 foreigners live off Black Market in Vietnam War by Fred s. Hoffman and Hugh a. Mulligan associated press writers Saigon a the Vietnam War has spawned an underworld of about 15,000 foreigners including americans who Foster the Black Market and a Are not effectively under the control of any that a the judgment of a . Government task group fighting corruption which wants these alien illegals mainly american South korean Indian filipino and stateless civilians kicked out of Vietnam. The vietnamese government which expresses its concern about the Black Market and corruption has been reluctant to Deport even those who Are known such As the Indian a a merchants who account for an estimated 70 per cent of All illegal Money transactions. Key officials inevitably this Lack of action suggests to some american authorities that certain key vietnamese officials must be i Cut in on the Black Market and smuggling profits or 2 accepting bribes to look the other Way. Reporting confidentially to High , officials the governments interdepartmental action task group a Tgu estimated that what it called a an illegal Community includes about 10,000 Quot third country nationals and some 5,000 americans both civilians and military deserters. Most Are said to live in the Saigon area amid a refugee swollen population in a crazy tangle of rundown slums and squatter huts. The main motive is profiteering. Quot this is the land of the big Green a As one top . Official put it. While a computer keeps track of i Money orders transactions and passengers on a a spot Check basis Are made to turn their pockets out and open every bag at the Saigon Airport the Indian Money changer smiling and unperturbed carries on at the same old stand. One of the stands happens to be a two room suite in Saigon a Majestic hotel which is owned by the vietnamese government. Bank of India adversity has brought about a certain sophistication in the a Bank of India a As the venerable system is widely called in Vietnam. Now the mild mannered Man from Madras spares the Money manipulator the embarrassment of smuggling Green dollars past the Sharp eyed american trained customs agents at Tan son Nhut Airport. The new ply is for the customer to give his Check or Cash for whatever amount to a brother Indian operating in Hong Kong or Singapore. In return he receives a Magazine with a certain word underlined on a certain Page. By showing the magic word to the Indian Back in Saigon or Danang the appropriate amount of Black Market plasters Are paid out. For Liose who prefer to Trade on a regular basis there is the arrangement ploy of writing to ones Bank in new York or Chicago or san Francisco and having a specified number of dollars paid into a certain american account. Estimates Are that the Indian brotherhood is conducting a Money smuggling ring carrying anywhere from $100 million to $150 million a year out of the Republic of Vietnam. Two years ago John Mcgee a Navy civilian fuel inspector in Bangkok alerted Senate investigators to widespread theft and diversion of us. Military fuels in Thailand. Extending the search to Vietnam Okinawa the Philippines and the Republic of China the general accounting office found that millions of Gallons of us. Combat fuels had gone astray through pilferage and Sloppy controls. False Bottoms in Vietnam fuel bootleggers were using tank trucks with false Bottoms and hidden compartments tampering with the company seals and gauges finding a Way to remove the valves without breaking them placing water Bottoms and sandbags in the trucks to replace stolen fuels tapping the Bottom of tanks or siphoning from the top using false calibration rings bolts and tables on trucks to give a misleading cargo Reading. With almost certain collusion at both ends of the journey from fuel dump to ,-or Arvn military outpost trucks and sometimes whole convoys were going astray. Permafrost meaning a perennially Frozen ground a covers some 24 per cent of the worlds land area or about 12.5 million Square Miles. Concede that Gilligan a Lead a. Pears insurmountable they nonetheless Are pouring their energies into keeping their candidate state auditor Roger Cloud within Range. The fear simply is that a Gilligan landslide could drag under the republicans favorite son rep. Robert Taft jr., in an otherwise close Senate race against Liberal Democrat Howard Metzenbaum. Party loyalist the normally subdued Cloud a Strong party loyalist has played out the part with newfound fury calling his opponent a tax a billion Gilligan and charging that his a Ultra left Wing philosophy will destroy Progress in retorts Gilligan a the republicans wont be Able to cover up their scandal with their smokescreen of vicious personal without the scandal Gilligan Likely stand a Chance in this traditionally conservative state. He already has lost twice once to congressman Taft in Hometown Cincinnati and once to sen. William a Saxbe que for ukr Batty a Jamra circulation information entered at the Post office at Cherokee Iowa As second class matter under acts of Congress March 3, 1879. Second class postage paid at Cherokee Iowa 51012. In Cherokee if you missed your paper Contact your Carrier single by Carrier per week 45c by Carrier per year. .$18.00 by mail per year Cherokee and adjoining counties. $13.00 6 8.00 3 months. A 4.50 by mail elsewhere. $16.50 Cloud proudly boasts that under the leadership of outgoing gov. James Rhodes the party built a the most effective political Force in the democrats meanwhile had lost ground steadily. But a curtain of scandal began to ring Down on the gop when it was disclosed earlier in the year that the state administration had surpassed a $50 million limit on state investment Loans. Then it turned out the firm which arranged the Loans received hefty commissions ranging from $500,000 to to million. Moreover that same firm gave More than $30,000 in Campaign contributions to various republicans including Cloud and the nominees for attorney general and auditor. Returns Money although Cloud disclaimed any responsibility and returned the Campaign Money Gilligan a popularity promptly skyrocketed. And a Campaign which mice promised a bumper crop of is sues including the Kent state incident tax Reform pollution and education turned instead to a bitter Exchange of body punches. Cloud who previously had prided himself on avoiding personal attacks began hopscotch ing the state in his a Cloud 9�?� helicopter armed with a six year old clipping from the Xavier University student newspaper. In somewhat Bland tones Cloud reads a quote attributed to Gilligan a the University crowd should Start riots and political revolutions in the area of what this country obviously a tips a lie a retorts Giurcan. Quot they know it is a lie. I know it is a lie. You know it is a and he offers statements from officials at Xavier where he once taught literature to support his Contention that the newspapers quote Isnit his own. Cloud nonetheless has come off with the harder line on Campus disorders. The scrambler select words meaning the opposite of the words above the squares arranging the letters in the two words to form a new word which Means examined again narrow i ii i temporary the scrambler word is n of answer to previous scrambler tamp was the opposite of a a loosen help was the opposite a hinder Quot. The scrambler word was pamphlet. Copyright 1970 Arcadia feature Syndicate 610

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