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Mount Pleasant News (Newspaper) - April 6, 1970, Mount Pleasant, Iowa
Pleasant Price to cent set. Pleasant Iowa monday evening april 6, 1970 8-Vole margin for Carswell or. Sam Sheppard found dead in Home these Days by John Chamberlain Iii will it be strike after strike after strike Senate Republican Leader Hugh Scott who supported Cardwell and democratic Leader Mike Mansfield. Who a phased him predicted the Senate would confirm him in wednesdays showdown. Wash i Notum up judge g. Harrold Carswell survived his first Senate test by a 52 to 44 vote monday but still faced a final crucial vote wednesday on his nomination to the supreme Cour. With a number of senator. Exacted to switch skies in wednesday s vote president Nixon s second try to fill a vacant court seat still was not assured. But opponents of the nominee were clearly on the defensive. Both Scott conceded that he expected Quot some Small or modest slippage on the final vote but lie said Carswell a supporters would retain their majority. Mansfield agreed. A there will be some slippage both ways a he told reporters. After monday s vote More on sided than had been expected Only i few Days ago. Carswell s opponents admitted they had suffered As sen. Edward w Brooke. A mass. The Only nor to in the Senate put it Quot a temporary but he said it was on an Issue Quot More procedural than anything Mas faces Check charges at Keosauqua the current mrs. Sheppard is the daughter of George Strickland Sheppard a wrestling manager. Sheppard s wrestling career had been highly successful and he had donated Large portions of his winnings to Charity. Late last year he said he was Happy with his participation in the sport. A wrestling is my sport Medicine is my career a he said. A a in be never Felt better in All my life. A what wed like to do Strickland and i is make wrestling a real sport again. Wed like to present an example of physical fitness after claiming Crank Calls Are running him Cross eyed Dan Brennan manager of a world of animals a drive through wild animal Reserve in the Dallas tex., area put Harold the Chimp on the answering service. The vote was on a motion by sen. Birch Bayh d ind., to Send the nomination Back to the Senate judiciary committee a ostensibly for further study but realistically to Bury it. Some senators who oppose Carswell and who will vote against his confirmation wednesday said they would not participate in such a sen. Hughes of Iowa voted to Send the nomination Back to the committee and sen. Miller of Iowa voted against it. West Palm Beach Fla. Up a several thousand construction workers protesting non Union labor smashed a new building site to rubble today and clashed with riot police who fired tear Gas into the mob in a futile attempt to halt the Des t auction. Reporters on the scene estimated 1 up to 3.000 men fighting and battering at the building overturning cars and construction vehicles sheriffs department and state Highway patrol. A it looks like a Small re ported a television cameraman flying Over the arca which was sealed off by authorities. Studies Case grand Jur Kope Cline Kirk takes command of school system Edgartown mass. Lupi it a a grand jury of to men and to women convened to investigate the death of Mary to Kopechne was told by the presiding judge today that its function was an accusing body which also acts to protect the innocent. Bradenton Fla. Up a gov. Claude Kirk who once bragged a floridians have barred no school doors a took command of the Manatee county school system today and ordered students and teachers to ignore Federal school desegregation orders. Kirk accompanied by aide Dick Warner showed up at the two Story Brick school Board office at 7 35 . And huddled immediately with assistant school superintendents Philip Doyle and William Bashaw. Kirk suspended the county a five member school Board and the school superintendent sunday and took command of the school system himself to Block a school desegregation plan that had been scheduled to go into effect today. Sheppard again made headlines when the supreme court ordered he be Given a new trial on grounds his first trial took place in a a roman carnival atmosphere. The High court decision had a dramatic effect on the future procedure of trials and the publicity surrounding them. Law suits Sheppard had filed against officials and news Media following his second trial were turned Down. He began practising osteopathy at Youngstown osteopathic Hospital in 1968. But resigned after several malpractice suits were filed against him. He moved Here last year and again began to practice. Four persons suffered minor injuries in a two car Accident which 1 occurred at the intersection of Cherry and Henry streets at 2 20 . Sunday. A 1966 Dodge driven by Christy Ann Durant it. Pleasant going West on Henry collided with a 1966 Chevrolet being driven North on Cherry by Elgar l. Judd. It. Pleasant route i. The Chevrolet was turned completely around by the Impact. Both cars were considerably damaged. Mrs. Eva m. Judd 47, suffered a head bump her daughter Martha 15, a bruised lip and head bump and another daughter Lola 20, a leg Bruise. They were treated at memorial Hospital and released. Mrs. Durant suffered a bruised Elbow. I r son Donald 4, was with her and Wasny to Hurt. Mrs. Durant was charged by police with running a Stop sign. Titi Sere murder first reports indicated several persons were injured one a Highway patrol trooper who was taken to a Hospital. The building trades unions summoned All their members about 3.000 in Palm Beach county to show up at the site where an Auto dealer was constructing a new building for his Agency to protest the use of non Union labor on the project. Authorities estimated More than Loco showed up. So did police. Hot words were exchanged and the fight began with police trying to protect the building site with Billy clubs. The mob soon got out of hand and began battering the Concrete Block new building Down. Several Small fires were set. Superior court judge Wilfred j. Faquet in a charge lasting More than one hour reminded the grand jurors of their oath of secrecy. He also instructed them they would return an indictment charging perjury if they believed any witness had lied to them. Guatemala City up a West Germany All but severed diplomatic relations with Guatemala today following the murder sunday of the West German ambassador who was shot in the head by terrorists and left in a deserted Shack in the Hills above Guatemala City. West German foreign minister Walter Sachet i announced in Bonn he was withdrawing a1 West German diplomats from Guatemala and said lie assumed Guatemala would want to withdraw its ambassador from Bonn. Scheel said the Bonn government a regrets the a Titue of the guatemalan authorities who could have been expected to do All in their Power to arrange the release of ambassador count Karl von Upreti before he was murdered. In Elpaso Texas West German Chancellor Willy Brandt issued a statement sunday condemning the government of Guatemala for being unable of control the rebels who killed von Upreti. Judge Paquet called a Short recess before sending the panel into its closed door investigation into the death of miss Kopechne 28, in sen. Edward m. Kennedy a Black Sedan last july 18. Kennedy has said he drove the car off an unguarded wooden Bridge into a tidal Pond while taking miss Kopechne to the ferry after a cookout. Kennedy said he took a wrong turn onto the bring Road. Helium tank now working tries to miss clog car Rolls two Danville men were injured when the 1963 Volkswagen in which they were Riding went off Highway 34 a half mile East of new London at 6 30 . Saturday and rolled Over two times. The Driver William l. Hammock 23. Suffered bumps and bruises and his passenger Michael p. Bollinger 27, received a leg laceration and other cuts and buses. They were taken to memorial Hospital in Burlington and treated. Hammock was driving East and when he swerved to miss a dog crossing the Highway the Volkswagen dropped off the pavement went into a ditch and turned Over Landing on the wheels. The car was totally wrecked. Tile Accident was investigated by the Highway patrol. Says budget limitation not the most Radical one Lead one held in patrol slaying Nixon to meet with members of Trade Mission a former Iowa Wesleyan College student and native of Danville John s. Swan who died nov. 6 in Colville wash., has bequeathed Wesleyan a in excess of $200,900,�?� or. Louis a. Haselmayer Wesleyan president announced saturday. Should Send in easter Seal contributions or. Swan named Iowa Wesleyan a residual beneficiary meaning the College will receive the remainder of the estate after several specific bequests Are settled. The residuals Are expected to total in excess of $200,000, according to or. Haselmayer who announced the gift during a meeting of the colleges Board of trustees. The College will receive the legacy Early next year. Or. Swan a Bachelor was 92 at the time of his death and had owned and worked his own farm near Colville for 33 years before retiring in 1946. He was born in Danville resided in it. Pleasant for several years and attended Iowa Wesleyan from 13�,6 to 1899. John s. Swan
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