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Mount Pleasant News (Newspaper) - January 6, 1970, Mount Pleasant, Iowa Winfield of. Union t mid s a Quot a a it. Pleasant new London Sale the it pleasant news a a three sections Section one vol. 92, no. 4 it. Pleasant Iowa tuesday evening january 6, 1970 Price 10 cent$100,000 towards inc Emmett f. Butler to speak at Jaycee banquet Emmett f. Butler nationally known Public speaker will be the featured speaker at the it. Pleasant Jaycees 21st annual Bosses night and awards banquet on wednesday january 21 at the presbyterian Church chairman Vernon Dean announced today. Butler talks from a Rich background of experience which includes newspaper writing editing and publishing and Many years As director j of Public and employee relations for i the Maytag company. A past president of three kiwanis i clubs Butler has a Long record of Public and Community service and j is in popular demand Over the coun j try for his informative entertain j ing and inspirational talks on Public relations human relations and r communications. The Jaycees will also Honor four persons As outstanding at the banquet. Awards will be presented to the outstanding Young educator. Outstanding Young Man and the outstanding Jaycee Boss. Tickets for the banquet Are on Sale at recalls Henry county savings Bank. It. Pleasant Bank and Trust Sears Catalon office the it. Pleasant news or from any Jaycee. Iowa a place to grow unveil new Symbol for j state of Iowa Henry county Road improvement projects scheduled for 1970 include i 0.84 Miles of resurfacing North of Wayland 2 grading Aru paving North of Winfield 3 grading and Asphalt surfacing North of it. Union 4 Asphalt surfacing from new London to Lowell and 5 grading and Rock surfacing from Lowell to Geode Park. Road building plans for year announced the Henry county Hoard of supervisors have recently approved the 1970 county Road building program As submitted by m. M. Doggett county Engineer. Total amount approved is estimated at $430,400. Too the largest single project scheduled for 1970 is 2.0 Miles of grading and Concrete paving from the Winfield corporate limits to the Louisa county line. The work also includes a new 30 foot x 176 foot pre stressed Concrete beam Bridge. Estimated Cost is $180,000 to be financed with farm to Market Road funds. Too the second largest project is 3.75 Miles from Lowell East thru Geode Park and is estimated at $94,500 to be financed with local county funds. The work includes Bridge widening grading culverts Purchase of right a Way and surfacing with crushed Rock. It is planned to pave this Sec tion of Road in 1971 on a joint venture project with Des Moines county. Too an estimated $79,380 in county funds will be used to re surface with 2 inches of hot mix Asphalt the Road from new London to Lowell a distance of 7.1 Miles. Too a 2-mile Section from it. Union North to Highway 78 will also be re surfaced with hot mix Asphalt at an estimated Cost of $39,300. Approximately 0.84 Miles of re surfacing is also planned from Wayland North to the Washington j county line at an estimated Cost of $9,420 the balance of funds will be used for minor grading projects and erosion control work. Too county Engineer Doggett also said that preliminary plans Are being considered for a new Skunk River Bridge at Lowell for construction in 1971 or 1972. Judge Newell presides again District court convened Here monday for the first Calendar Quarter of 1970 with the honorable judge e. O. Newell called Back from retirement who was assigned to temporary service by c. Edwin Moore chief Justice of the Iowa supreme court presiding. Judge Newell will serve through Jan. 31. Newly appointed judge Harlan Bainter of it. Pleasant will Start serving feb. I. Miss Ann Toman of Waukon was appointed As judge Newell a court reporter. Des Moines up a Iowa today unveiled a Pristine White object As the official state Symbol Clong with a new theme which says Iowa is Quot a place to gov. Robert d. Ray said both the i Symbol and slogan a express what we i have been trying to do Here in the state of he said the free balanced form of the Symbol design indicates Freedom for the individual. Too the governor displayed a carved Balsa Wood Model of the Symbol resembled four hollow White pods joked in the manner of a four Leaf Clover with a Large Teardrop eyelet through each pod. The Symbol also is depicted on decals in which the design is White on a Light Olive Green Field with a Bright Blue Border. Iowa private College costs below average the Cost of attending a private College in Iowa will average less during the 1970-71 school year than costs at similar colleges in 13 other midwestern states according to a study by l. W. Van Winkle vice president for business affairs at Iowa Wesleyan College. The average tuition fees charge among Iowa private colleges will be $1,524 thus year compared to $1,760 Midwest average. Iowa colleges will also charge less for room and Board than their midwestern counterparts. Iowa s Board charge is expected to average $526 and its room cast is projected to be near $370, compared to a $531 Board average and $415 room average among All the midwestern colleges surveyed. Goo sixty four member colleges of the Central association of College and University business officers compared the study. Institutions Are located in Iowa. Illinois Nebraska. Minnesota Michigan Ohio Wisconsin Colorado North Dakota South Dakota Kansas Indiana North Carolina and Pennsylvania. Iowa colleges and universities answering the Survey were Iowa Wesleyan Buena Vista Central Clarke Coe Cornell Drake Grayland grand View Grinnell Loras mar Crest mount mercy mount St. Clare Northwestern St. Ambrose Simpson University of Dubuque upper Iowa Waldorf and Wartburg. stank is add their o pledge to so u. Trustees fund c. Maxwell Stanley of Muscatine j a member of the Iowa Wesleyan j College Board of trustees sine 1951, and his wife Betty h. Pc pledged $100,000 for capital improvements at Wesleyan to mat ii a similar Challenge gift made by trustee chairman e. A. Hayes lat year. Or Stanley s gift i part of a one million Dollar five year tru tee fund j raising program introduced by or. Hayes in june 1968. Tin1 Stanley gift As Well at that of Hayes is j dependent on other members of the 32-Man Board of trustees raising the additional $200,000. Funds will be used to help underwrite an extensive development Campaign which Wesleyan is preparing to undertake. The major project a new athletic Complex to be built on a 32-acre site East of the Campus. The Complex v. Ill pro vide facilities for 23 intramural. And varsity athletic Metivi ies under one roof. Too or. Stanley prot Aden of Stanley consultants. Inc., and chairman of the Board of Hon industries Muscatine was elected to the inc Board of trustees in june 1351 to served As Board chairman i Lorn 1062 to 196. And is a former chairman of the boards development Coni Emmett f. Butler eagles president to speak Here he i. Pre entry serving on to executive committee. The county s leading Exel world i Aff or. Stanley Yod As an official of the to t i i a Dorali is Ince 1947 world a ovation of world a since 1954. He has writ i Pokon for Many years on a bless of world peace at Many world it re Nee addresses before int groups around the world a authorship of the Book i peace in 1s56. 5 Mil y foundation which d in Muscatine and headed Tan icy annually a y for peace conference it Aden from the proles ii inc. And government Dis a n policy and make Recti Lions for the achievement ure peace with Freedom. A native of coming. Iowa. Stanley i a of the University i he i is f is in general in Heverin and an m. S. In hydrants i a mooring. He holds an Honor in doctor of humane letters from Iowa . Or ii i a it. Pleasant Bank i Quot and insurance executive inc Olumn and a trustee since 1952. He Uci d d Stanley As trustee Board chairman in 1965. Students asked to shave and return one does one does no tone of two it. Pleasant High school students who was asked monday afternoon to go Home and shave and return to classes has returned to classes principal Richard Van Tuyl said tuesday morning. The other student asked to do likewise has not returned Van Tuyl said. Rocky Daniel returned to classes monday afternoon after shaving. The other student Lee Kochneff has not returned to classes. Van Tuyl said that he had a a Nice visit with Kochneff tuesday morning but at that time Kochneff had not decided to shave and return to classes. Neither of the two boys had been suspended Van Tuyl said. The request involved Only shaving he said and would have required Only a few minutes As both boys live comparatively close to school. The matter of length of hair was not involved he said. What appeared to be Only a simple request from an administrative viewpoint has attracted statewide attention through publicity Given it. The question of an individuals rights in school has become involved a whether an individual can be required to do cer Sater chairman of supervisors i the Henry county Board of supervisors have held their organizational meeting for 1970 and Wilbur Sater was named chairman of the Board succeeding Clark Burns. Lester Meeker was appointed vice chairman. Sater began a new three year term on Jan. 2. Meeker has three years of his present term left to serve and Burns one year. Florence of Connor Democrat g. G. Mayer and Sater republicans were reappointed to the Henry county Board of social welfare and Walter Carper of Winfield to the Henry county Board of adjustment. Robert Linden of Winfield was appointed As a member of the county conservation Board to fill the unexpired term of Harlan Bainter. Tain things in order to attend classes. Two elected to fair Board the Henry county agricultural fair Board of directors elected Fred Strothman and David Mccoid to serve on the Board at the Board meeting monday evening. Strothman will be superintendent of the tractor pull event and was named to replace vie Lauer who resigned recently from the Board. Mccoid will serve As Secretary to the fair Board and was named to replace Harlan Bainter who resigned following his appointment As the new District judge. The program for the 1970 Henry county fair has been completed and was announced by president Bernard Bates As follows tuesday evening 4-h horse and Pony show wednesday evening tractor pulling contest thursday evening demolition Derby Friday evening country Western musical saturday evening harness racing Orville s. Dorland of Cedar rapids worthy state president of the fraternal order of eagles will be the featured speaker at an initiation in his Honor to be held at it. Pleasant aerie no. 3379 on next saturday afternoon Jan. 10th according to Charles Mcwilliams worthy president of the local aerie. In addition to Many Cedar rap ids Eagle activities Dorland served As first Secretary of the Eastern Iowa zone for 5 years and was i made zone chairman in 1960 and i served As zone director in 1961. Dorland also co organized 3 new series Sigourney Washington and it. Pleasant. An enthusiastic Eagle his is an All Eagle family. His wife Eunice was the first Madame president of the Cedar rapids auxiliary presently serving As vice president of the Eastern zone auxiliary and is the or. Past Madame president of the Hawkeye District auxiliary. Son James a past worthy president of Cedar rapids aerie and daughter in Law Shirley a charter member of Cedar rapids auxiliary. Daughter Marlene and son in Law Merlin both members of the Cedar rapids auxiliary and aerie respectively. Bill Munsel of Creswell Munsell Schubert and Zirbel inc., Cedar rapids an advertising firm which helped develop both the slogan and the Symbol said they stand for a growth in All directions a and a the great opportunities that Are available in Corn businesses Industry and individuals All can grow in the state Munsel said. Too the contemporary form of the Symbol shows a Iowa is a progressive place which understands what is happening in the world today a said Munsel. A this is important particularly to Young people a he added. Ray said several businessmen already had expressed interest in using the Symbol on letterheads or in other ways. Munsel said the Iowa development commission would exercise some control Over its use however. Forty eight of the colleges report they will increase tuition and fees this fall an average of $175 or 10.5%, and Board costs will be upped an average of $29 5.7 i while room rent will be raised an average of $33 7.7%. According to the Van Winkle report tuition and fees have increased 106 during the last la years Board charges have gone up 22.3 and room rates have risen 49.7 during the same period. A similar study of College costs has been made in past years by r. W. Feyerharm vice president for finance at Simpson College. The Simpson Survey was discontinued last year on or. Feyerharm a retirement. Mid Vve a locked in deep freeze cold weather held a firm grip on the Midwest monday night and tuesday. The sub Zero readings would stay around another Day or two according to forecasters. It. Pleasant had a Bone chilling ten degrees below Zero monday night on the Federal weather Bureau thermometer kept by g. S. Cantwell. That was seven degrees colder than sunday night. The a warming up tuesday was not a heat wave in any sense of the word. By mid afternoon the High was Only three above. Sub Zero readings were reported across the state and were farther Down in the deep freeze area in the Northern part. Waterloo was credited with 26 degrees below for one of the lowest readings. Trial Date set the trial of James l. Drain charged with operating a motor vehicle while he was intoxicated has been set to begin in District court Here Jan. 26 at to a. In. Draft Call for one in january called to trash fire firemen were called to the lots on North main Street where houses have been razed for a new City parking lot at 7 30 . To extinguish a trash fire. They returned to the station at 8 10 Orville s. Dorland 3 astronauts Are grounded Houston up a the space Agency said today it had grounded Alan l. Bean the fourth Man to walk the Moon and two other astronauts for 30 Days because they violated rules for Safe flying. The National aeronautics and space administration Nasa took the action against bean who strolled the lunar soil on the Apollo 12 Moon Mission Apollo 7 Pilot Wal a Ter Cunningham and scientist As to naut Joseph p. Kerwin. A space Agency spokesman said the men were grounded in december and will return to flight status Jan. 23. A Unasa imposed this on them a the official said. He said it would have no permanent effect either on their licenses to Pilot Jet air planes or their careers As astronauts. The space Agency spokesman said Beans violation was for taking off in a Jet plane from Ellington air Force base outside Houston dec. 17 without getting a departure release. Bean a thought he was cleared for Takeoff through a communications misunderstanding Quot the spokesman said. Maxwell Stanley the draft Call for Henry county for january is for one Man to leave on Jan. 21. He will be the first one called under the new draft lottery system recently adopted. Men Between the lottery numbers Zero to 30, Are those eligible to be drafted in Iowa in january. The Iowa january draft Call is 168. The number of the Man to be drafted in Henry county is 14. There were no eligible men on the first 13 birth dates drawn. The birth Date for no. 14 is april la. The next eligible number in Henry county is 51, so if in february men Between numbers 30 and 50 Are eligible to be drafted in Iowa no one will leave from Henry county. Iowa a february draft quota is 286. Cunningham and Kerwin took off dec. 18 from Ellington in separate jets without listing an alternate Airport As their destination Nasa said. Cunningham 37, a civilian astronaut from Santa Monica calif., was a member of the first three Man Apollo Crew which flew in Earth orbit in Apollo 7 in october 1968. He was navigator on that flight the Only one he has made in space. Kerwin 37, a medical doctor and Marine flight surgeon from Oak Park 111., was a member of the first group of scientist astronauts selected in 1965. And is in training for a flight expected in 1972 aboard americans first orbiting space Sta a tion. Nixon May seek hike Iii excise taxes Palm Springs. Calif. Upit a president Nixon May propose an increase in Federal excise taxes to raises additional revenues for the 1971 fiscal year Bud e. Administration officials said monday the need to Genera-1 More revenues for a balanced budget i a almost certain despite Nixon., Tough slashing of spending requests. It appeared however no final decision has been made. Tile Western White House declined to state what new taxes would be sought. But a hike in exit i Ltd con-1 Side red a a major options open to the president. Officials said it a i a highly unlikely Nixon would re Nege on a pledge to let the 5 per cent surtax run out june 30. They also Deena d a pvt re doubt full any proposal to boast personal income taxes particularly in View of the new tax Relief Law. And the official word was pc it of it on any speculation Nixon would go for the Complex a added value Quot tax. His fiscal experts have Little enthusiasm for the tax a a Cro s Between a sales tax and an import duty on manufactured goods. Nixon in his state of the Union address Jan. 22, was expected to report his new budget a which will top a record $200 billion a will re j quire new revenues. for billion svs Daio n it up a informed ailed military sources Aid today one million South vietnamese will be Iven leaves just before Tel when the communists have announced a four Day truce and v Aen vice president Spiro t. A i pit dict d a major red Offen Alt to. The tile communists have entry increased the scope of the i Uin. In the Northern provinces of. Iii Vit mum including an As out a Iii t a . Marine base a a my i ii this morning the in la begin before Jan. 29. On j n 23. The sources said All the so ii vietnamese troops will be. Place ii on full Alert. Guerrilla troop bombarded and then invaded a . Marine Camp i on the. Northern coast this morn inflicting the heaviest Amer no in a single Battle in two months ill dead and 59 wounded. Fit teen of the attackers were found Iliad wide and outside the Camp after the nearly four hour fight. Chairman named Davenport or. Kirk h. Strong a Fairfield physician today was a lied Jefferson county chairman f the Schwengel for con 1 Cress committee

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