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Mount Pleasant News (Newspaper) - January 30, 1970, Mount Pleasant, Iowa
Egypt embattled by Israel ponders Libya Sudan Keup Nigeria trying to normalize in Wake of Biafra 9,000 guerrillas Busy some 100,000 Mozambique troops Portugal a Angola wracked by some 8,000 guerrillas estimate 2000 anti South Africa guerrillas poised in Namibia South West Africa More than 50,000 Bear arms in South Africa against guerrillas mostly from Rhodesia parts of North Rhodesia held by a resistance Quot totalling 2,000 pleasant Price to cents it. Pleasant Iowa Friday evening january 30, 1970 take testimony in nursing Home Case Morocco if of. Tunisia Algeria Spanish Sahara Egypt . Senegal Gambia port.�?3 Guinea 1 Guinea Sierra Leone mayor Charles Hanna has today health and Well being of our Young announced the formation of a it pleasant dangerous drug commission to help meet the growing problem of narcotic and drug abuse in the Community. Quot we have no reason to believe that the drug problem in it. Pleasant is greater than in any other comparable Community a said the mayor Quot but we Are not willing to ignore certain serious risks to the niger upper Volta Nigeria f y j r Cameroon James l. Morrison. Henry county attorney has been named chairman of the commission and other members Are Delmer c. Eggert m. D., Mhz psychiatrist Phillip g. Couchman m. D., physician Rev. Gerald Roseb Rry minister Miles Nesbitt businessman Roger Williams educator Carol Nemitz. Iowa a it i Van Dean of student services and mrs. Jan Espy former Mhz Central j / african Ethiopia 7 j prep a Uganda / i Rwanda of Burundi \�-6enya s0malia Liberia Ghana i Ivory Togo \ coast Dahomey y Hlf Rio Muni a ongo Republic Quot a a a Cabinda i Gabon Zanzibar the Congo is Tanzania Malawi Zambia Mozambique Botswana Pim Rhodesia malagasy amp a waz1 Lano Republic Lesotho South Africa d of the Nigeria civil War might make things look More peaceful in Africa but trouble is Rife or a brewing in Many of the new states. Here Are a few Quot War areas. Washington up a the atomic Energy commission dec indicated today the United states May be conducting underground weapons tests at a considerably faster rate than the soviet Union. In its annual report to Congress the dec listed 27 Quot publicly announced weapons tests by America in 1969. Settlement in . Strike in the same period the dec reported detection of 12 quake like shocks in the soviet Union suspected of being underground nuclear experiments compared with 7 in 1968 and 4 in 1967. The . Total compares with 25 american tests in 1967 and 23 in 1968. A commission spokesman emphasized however that All of these figures soviet and american involve Only a a announced events. He could Supply no clue to How Many others not announced May have occurred. It is dec policy however to disclose Only those . Test explosions big enough to come to Public attention. Mrs. Carolyn Woods testified that she was employed at the Home prior to december 1st when the patients were removed. She worked at cleaning and helping As an aide. She stated she cleaned the attic apartment allegedly occupied by Mitchell and told of a cigarette Butts and Burns a three full chamber pots Quot All kinds of Beer cans and trash laying mrs. Woods said he Mitchell really did try to give up drinking but after a while Quot we gave up on him. He kept going backs she said. Wixom Case in . Court asks damages of $17,436 miss Othal Woods Cook at the nursing Home said Quot god Only knows wed say Mitch please done to drink. Well help she said that Mitchell and mrs. Collins often had loud arguments and on one occasion Mitchell came into the Kitchen for breakfast and said Quot in a drunker than four kinds of hell a she said. Peoria 111. A trial was scheduled to open Here Friday for Roswell w. Wixom 35. Of Hillsboro Iowa and Kenneth p. Mcgivern 40, East Moline 111. The two Are charged with con piracy and the making of counterfeit Money. John r. Bishop jr., 43, of Davenport Iowa has pleaded guilty in . District court to a charge of conspiracy to counterfeit in an alleged scheme to circulate a million dollars in bogus Bills. He has applied for probation and reportedly will be a government witness in the trial of Wixom and Mcgivern. A petition has been filed in the clerks office at the courthouse by Dale w. Piper against Charles e. Hines doing business As Hines motor co., new London asking earners totalling $17,436.88 As the result of an Accident. The petition states that the Accident occurred feb. 6. 1968 on Highway 34 2�?Tn Miles West of new London and involved a car driven by Piper and one owned by Hines and driven by Maurice c. Lyons. The plaintiff claims that it was through the negligence of Lyons the Accident occurred. The amount asked for is to cover injuries to Piper and damage to his car. Enters race for governor Nixon a budget figures told Washington up a president Nixon will propose a $200.8 billion budget for the next business year with a $5.8 billion Cut in military spending designed to help provide a surplus of $15 billion the Washington Post said today. The $200.8 billion figure for the fiscal year beginning next july i compares with government spending of $197.8 billion for the current business year and is $1 billion to $2 billion less than expected the newspaper said. The formal budget along with Nixon a message is scheduled to be sent to Congress monday. Democratic guard at the precinct caucuses to be held this Spring. Will feature soloists with symphony miss Raymond daughter of or. And mrs. Richard Raymond of Fairfield is a Soprano and student of mrs. Jane Ruby of Parsons College. Miss Raymond is a senior at Fairfield High school. Or. Schutz. A m senior at it. Madison High school and a student of William Medley of Parsons College is the son of or. And mrs. R. H. Schutte. Last Day Rush for licenses there was a Long line at the Auto registration department of the county treasurers office in the courthouse Friday of persons buying their 1970 License plates before the penalty goes into effect feb. I. The office will not be open saturday and the penalty will go into effect at Midnight. However License applications and fees postmarked saturday will be accepted without penalty if the right fee is included. Effective saturday Midnight a penalty of five percent the Cost of the License or not less than a $1 per month goes into effect. The licenses must be purchased and Dis i played by March 15. After that motorists without 1970 registration will be subject to arrest. Limit visitors at Hospital terse verse by a. C. Gordon on the Beach a lot of girls invite Pursuit by exhibiting a lot of girl per suit. Debi Raymond
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