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Mount Pleasant News (Newspaper) - March 23, 1970, Mount Pleasant, Iowa
The it pleasant news partly Cloudy vol. 92, no. 69mt. Pleasant Iowa monday evening March 23, 1970 Price to cents these Days by John Chamberlain will Nixon get some Good candidates the Nixon gambit for the coming congressional elections is to assume that the silent majority is so sick of demonstrations crime pro Hanoi displays College a a pot parties and Post graduate hard drugs that the purely economic issues wont be Able to halt a Republican juggernaut. But to win by exploiting the Spiro Agnew a strategy of disgust Nixon should heed Casey Stengel a warning that you can twin if you Haven to got the horses. In some places he wont know whether he has some genuinely Fleet animals until after the local party executive committees have spoken or the primaries have determined the ultimately registered Republican choices. Too the thing that has Nixon still sitting on Cloud nine is the William Cahill Victory in the new Jersey 1969 gubernatorial race. New Jersey which to some extent is a dormitory area for new York City and Philadelphia has become the epitome of the new Suburbia where disgust with violence and Demon must have hearing before cutting Aid Washington up a the i vices programs1 for the poor Spon supreme court ruled today that sorted by the Federal Antipoverty welfare recipients contesting a Agency a the office of economic cutoff of benefits must be Given a Opportunity Leo. Formal hearing before payments Are stopped. The 5-3 decision came in companion cases from new York City and san Francisco. Similar suits Are pending in Iowa Texas Georgia and Florida. Last term the High court struck Down a one year waiting period customarily imposed by states before benefits could be granted to applicants. All types of welfare Are affected by today a rulings a Aid to depend they Are All part of a deluge of Dent children the Blind the Dis welfare lawsuits throughout the tabled and the aged. Nation stemming from Legal Ber no action on property taxes expected now Des Moines up a gov. Rob Ort d. Ray said today he thinks the Iowa legislature will do Little if stration politics runs High. But in i anything this session to give tax neighbouring new York state gov payers Relief from school property error Nelson Rockefeller Hasni to taxes. Made the logical deduction. He still Ray told newsmen the legislature Wisconsin authorities to publicly supports the leftist Charles goo intends to Analyse the states prop forbid the Sale of liquor to a a. Dell for senator and since the Roc erty tax situation but he said he gon foun i to be an excessive Gefeller word carries tremendous does no to expect much action until c Rinker in other actions the court a ageed to Rule on censorship prosecutions stemming from the showing of the swedish film a i am curious yellow in Massachusetts and Maryland. A accepted for consideration next term a Case which will decide whether National Banks can offer the Public a Type of investment similar to a Mutual fund. A agreed to decide whether the 1968 Federal gun control Law requires the licensing of All firearms dealers or Only to those conducting interstate business. A accepted for decision next term a Case involving the right of Nixon assigning troops to restore n. Y. Postal service weight in the party the murmurs that the speaker of the Assembly Perry Belmont Duryea or. Of Mon Tauk on Long Island would make j thing this year about the school the 1971 session. S the welfare decision was the however the governor said he second major welfare ruling hand exports tire legislature to do some eco Down by the court in two years. A More fitting candidate still have a most Wistful sound. In Connecticut there is no dearth tax formula used to determine How much state Money is allocated to support local school districts. A i have Long Felt that the prop of eager aspirants to the Republic Ery a carries a tremendous Bur can senatorial nomination. Con Den Anco a tremendous Load and it Gressman Lowell Weicker a Man he slowest growing base for of Fertile ideas probably has the a taxes a the governor said inside track. If the big autumn is he administration in sues in his state Are local the plight tends to look into any and All pos of the Penn Central Railroad com fatalities that might be offered to routers the pollution in Long is relieve property taxes and Cut Ris land sound the disruptions caused ing educational costs. He said he by Urban renewal Weicker would Jias suggested that the legislature surely Campaign in a Way that is Sqq into remodelling the school tax pleasing to the White House. But it formula. Is no secret that Weicker goes be j there have been reports that Pond Nixon on welfare and Insop farm groups who pay a great share potent for the nomination state of the property taxes want to senator John Lupton would like shift the tax base away from prop to Challenge his loyalty to Nixon on erty taxes to incomes taxes. Foreign policy. A third candidate former congressman a Sibal has possibilities As a a Nixon even though his record would tend to put him somewhat on 1he Liberal Side. Too the precise orientation of the Republican senatorial candidate in Massachusetts May come under the dream of a treehouse Tony Campbell la climbs up to what must be the snazzy est treehouse in the country in Dimondale Mich. His father craned it up there and there is a trapdoor Entrance. Its called a love bugs after a Walt Disney movie about a tiny car with human characteristics. Petit jurors Are drawn clerk of court Harold j. Davis heading of a so what a As Long As reports the following named per the incumbent ted Kennedy retains his local Appeal and Power. However if there is a silent Drift toward Agnew ism in the Bay state the probability that the republicans will nominate Josiah Spaulding the former chairman of the Republican state committee cannot be taken As Good news for Nixon. Spaulding has attacked the Nixon adm Nistra sons have been drawn As prospective jurors for the ensuing Calendar Quarter beginning april i. As provided by Law notices will be sent out by the sheriff As to exact time they will report for such service. Those drawn Dennis Anderson Gerald Anderson Lucille Brown Dick Budde Vernon Conrad Muriel Cornick tion and he thinks very Little of Delbert Davey Carla Denning do Spiro Agnew. Believe it or not he j Lores Ensminger Jeanne Eppard. Could even run As a leftist alter a Alcidene Foss Warren Garrels Sar Tive to Teddy Kennedy. To Date the i a Hassenfritz Helen Higgins Guy efforts to get Erwin Canham of Hummell Floyd Ibbotson von the Christian science Monitor re Kauffman Keith Kongable Matt preventative Margaret heckler of hew Laipple Virgil s. Linden Max Wellesley who holds speaker Joe i Long Jerry Mills Margaret to Martins old House sea George j Lander Virginia Moore Forrest Lodge Henry Cabot lodges so Mcavoy Glen Mccoy jr., Ethel or representative Brad Morse of Mcdonald Marjorie Mcdowell Lowell into the race against Spaulding have not succeeded. Kathryn Mcleran Joe Mcmillan Mike Mcsweeney Carl Nordquist Harold d. Olson Thelma Penne out in new Mexico the single Baker it Elaine Proctor Esther Reig spot in the Southwest that has not heretofore gone Gung to for Nixon republicanism there is a possibility that Nixon May yet have a horse willing to carry his philosophical colors. Anderson Carter who i an extremely Well against senator j Withams Grace Young. Clinton Anderson a venerable local institution in the 1966 election hard Hoyt Rickey Mary Riley Delmar Ross Lawrence Sammons Roy Seberg Jack e. Smith Harvey Snavely Walter Strohman Iris Swart out Kenneth Van Dorin j. W. Virden Phy Silene Wasson Velma Campbell to seek election Washington a state representative Herbert l. Campbell 59, Farmer of near Washington announced saturday he will seek reelection on the Republican ticket to the Iowa House from the new 89th representative District. This District is comprised of All of Washington county plus the Jefferson county townships of Polk Black Hawk. Penn and Walnut. It also includes the Henry county townships of Jefferson. Wayne Scott Trenton Marion and it. Union. Representative Campbell is completing his term in the first and second sessions of the 63rd general Assembly. He has served on the following committees higher education. Agriculture human and Industrial relations county government and this year was appointed to the new environmental and preservation committee. Campbell graduated from High school in Seymour and attended Iowa Wesleyan College. He married Neva Stacy in 1931 and they have lived their life on farms in Washington county. He is the father of three sons and one daughter. He is engaged in a family farming operation with a son. Campbell is a member of the methodist Church and has been Active in Community activities. In seeking re election the Washington Man declared he feels his experience gained during the past two sessions will better enable him to serve Washington county and the new District 89, and the state of Iowa. A my goals a he said a Are to work for tax equalization to maintain and improve our educational institutions and to serve the people of my a it seems to me a he added a the number one Issue facing the 1971 legislature will be funding our educational institutions at a Standard the citizens of Iowa expect. We must have a revision of our school finance Laws and try to bring in other sources of claim cambodian forces have Success by i i president Nixon announced today he is assigning military troop it restore postal service in new y irk City where the series of Wildcat strikes began Nixon appeared on a National television and radio to announce his initial actions to restore the nation s mail service crippled by Cross country walkouts of regular postal employees. He nude it Clear he was limiting his emergency troop action so far to the new York area. But he said if postmaster general w. M. Blunt feels soldiers ire needed in other cities he will a not hesitate to too Nixon said the soldiers would be a supplemental work Force in new York to make sure that All necessary mail is moved. He said Only As Many troops As Are required to move the essential mail would be used and they would be withdrawn As postal workers return to their jobs. Nixon made his move to carry out his pledge to see that a eth 1 mails go through As a spotty Back to work movement began in a number of u. 0. Cities. New York and Chicago however remained seriously Hamstrung by the walkout James ii. It a item Acher president of the letter Carrier precipitated the walkout said he urged the president to delay deployment of any troops until mid nigh pc to Ive More time to see if the Back to succeed. Rodemacher said there was still Hipo that Complete restoration of service could be accomplished by i then. Take the places of civil servants Union which paid by the Federal government. The president of the National a. Socia tion of letter carriers whose chapters in new York started the Wildcat walkouts last wed re movement would be Day. Said to hoped Nixon would use Only his imagination to resolve the dispute. James ii. Rode troche r has urged Coit. Sis Tenty that. His people return to work and give the government five Days to come up with satisfactory movement on pay Laise proposals. Nixon Addre re him Elf to the strikers saying the american postal system is a a vital element Quot for the nation door its veterans its elderly citizens its businesses and also for the men in Vietnam. He said he recognized that the postal employees were underpaid and had a legitimate and he reaffirmed what he said was his administrations willingness to begin negotiations immediately with leaders of the seven Jestal unions As soon As employees returned to work. Nixon held a series of White House conferences throughout the morning with his Cabinet officials. Ability buys a new vehicles and fuel the Henry county Board of supervisors recently awarded contracts on bids for new vehicles gasoline diesel fuel engine Oil and wire rope. Shafer motors. It. Pleasant was including Blunt. Defend e Secretary j uie successful bidder for three new Melvin r. Laird and labor Secre the president gave no time when the troops would take up their. Saigon up a cambodian paper Tien Tuyen front line re forces aided by South vietnamese ported today artillery have killed More than 300 the . Command reported the sign mints in new York nor i i n North vietnamese troops in fight loss of two planes in Laos and four specify in his broadcast the number ing along the Border the official helicopters in South Vietnam. Two that would be used there South vietnamese military news crewmen were reported missing in Nixon made i Clear that the a 1 _ Laos three americans were killed ministration would not negotiate and two wounded in sunday j while workers Are still on strike crashes in South Vietnam. Quot we cannot and will not negotiate Coo. While thousands of postal workers Tien Tuyen which is similar to a Are participating in an illegal work the american stars and stripes i stoppage a he said said the cambodians captured a a a More than 600 rifles which Tho addressing himself directly to communists had shipped from the striking workers Nixon said a i cambodian port of Sihanouk Ville urge you to return to your Job so to areas bordering South Vietnam j that these negotiations can begin Tien Tuyen said the More than in an Earnest and reasonable Cli United states a for the time being 300 North vietnamese had been at least has decided against fill killed since the ouster or Prince the administration had pledged ing Isael s request for an additional Norodom Sihanouk. It said last sunday to begin negotiations or 105 Jet warplanes. Wednesday the cambodians Chas but the Nixon administration cd a North vietnamese unit across will emphasise the decision is not into South Vietnam and hat us. Final turn Down but simply a and South vietnamese planes is fighting governor David cargo the fifteenth District seven eager for the Republican senatorial Nom Republican contestants Are fighting nation. Cargo is the candidate of the liberals which would have helped him in years gone by. But the political expert of the Albuquerque journal says that liberalism is now considered something of a liability in the Republican organization. Carter is a Nixon Man Down the line who will pitch his Campaign to the idea that a we need something different than what we have had in the last thirty too to step Down a bit to a House of representatives race the Cahill Victory in new Jersey has resulted in a scramble for the Republican congressional nomination in new jerseys fifteenth District which takes in most of the extremely fast growing Middlesex county. Representative de Patten the Democrat has been a four term Winner in Middlesex House elections. But since Nixon and Cahill both carried for the right to oppose Patten. Charles w. Wiley who has made a name for himself nationally As the executive director of the National committee for responsible patriotism he is the fellow who persuaded All those automobile Drivers to turn their headlights on As a patriotic gesture on moratorium Day Hopes to persuade the nominating com fitted in his District that he is the Best Man to carry the Nixon colors. He has friends in Washington who Are pulling for him. Too Nixon of course keeps his hands off in the pre primary jockeying. But this does not mean that he really wants to be represented by a Spaulding or even a Goodell. Its too bad that some republicans have not managed to get the pitch which is there even if it must remain tacit. Distributed by King features Syndicate. Deny israelis request for 105 planes Washington up the pay raises demanded by fit raters a soon As an operable postal system was restored. But bin City strikers like new in a series of terrorist attacks that produced the worst civilian loss of life in More than six months 18 South vietnamese civilians were killed and 40 wounded Many of them in the bombing of a Pagoda outside Saigon. Deferral of action on the israeli dec 22 of them. Request to Purchase 25 to 50 additional phantom supersonic jets and 80 subsonic sky Hawks. Secretary of state William p. Rogers called a news conference at non est to announce Nixon a decision and to stress the presidents open mind on the matter. Israel made the request for economic assistance last fall at the same time its bid for More planes. The United states already is fulfilling at the rate of four phantom jets per Mont a 50-plane Deal made with Israel in 1968. The last of these planes will be delivered in september. Afr 3 Inion Israel contended it needed Assur i icel Iyih vim Uvrl ances right now on additional jets because the need for them would a 1966 Mercury driven by Bobby arise by the time delivery could be Joe Finke 19, Crawfordsville York and Chicago mostly refused to return to work today and the mid afternoon negotiating session promised in Exchange for a Biek i to work agreement was net scheduled tary George p. Shultz. He also briefed congressional leaders of both parties on the action he took. Shultz arranged to pass the word to pastal Union officials at a meeting in his office about the same time. Tho Pentagon had been working several Days in preparation for the possibility of helping move the mail. Nixon had said saturday at a news conference that he would carry out his responsibility to see that Tho mails go through. He made it Clear he would not negotiate while the strike was still going on. Too in be of Federal troops for any emergency has been rare and they had never been mod in the past to Combs leaves police Foree Fred Combs who has served on the police department Here for five years has Sui matted his resignation to chief Werner Smith Combs was assistant chief the last two years. No officer has been elevated to the Post As yet. A new officer began work Mon a Post office Survey at to a m cos three hours and 15 minutes dry. He is August Hagers 21. Who a separate communique said 6,-j Dixon made his broadcast h is lived or re for two years having 300 . Troops left the War zone showed that 168,403 of the estimated attended lev. T Wesleyan. He is last week to Cut the level of gis 750 000 pm goal workers in the Conn married and the father of a 2 in Vietnam to 454,500 men fewest were still off the Job. Month old son Jeffery since aug. 12. 1967. 2 ton trucks at a total bid of $11,-147.36 plus Trade ins. The other responsive bidder was sheets motors i. Pleasant with a bid of $12,-298.87. Two new ton pickups were also purchased from Shafer motors at a Low bid of $2,692.47 plus Tradelins. The second bid for the pickups was submitted by sheets motors at a figure of $3,344.45 plus Tradelins. Sheets motors was Low bidder for a new 4 door Sedan for use by the county Engineer at a Low bid of $863.00 plus Trade in. Shafer motors submitted the second bid at a figure of $997.00. The Standard Oil company of Kansas City Missouri was awarded the contract to Supply 100.000 Gallons of gasoline 65.000 Gallons of no. 2 diesel fuel and 2 200 Gallons of engine Oil. Standard s bids were 0.0656 cents below posted tank wag i on Price for gasoline 0.0166 cents below posted tank Wagon Price for diesel fuel and 80 cents per gallon for engine Oil. Other responsive bidders for fuel and Oil were Supply cooperative inc., Sun Oil company. Do division and Sinclair refining company. The wire rope bid was awarded to the Bowen corp of Mason City in the amount of $578.91. The other bidder was Kessler distributing company of Fairfield at a bid of $583.43. Firemen make three runs sunday car kills calf Gin 18 months from now. Fund approved for Stockport water system seeks election As committee woman Iowa City Iowa up a mrs Elliott full former chairman of the Iowa civil rights commission saturday announced her candidacy for Iowa a democratic National committee woman. Another Iowa City woman state sen. Minnette Doderer resigned the Post recently to seek the democratic nomination As lieutenant governor. A native of Johnson county mrs. Full is a graduate of the University of. Iowa school of journalism and has Long been Active in Iowa politics. She was on the state democratic convention platform committee in 1968, 1962 and 1964, and worked on Campaign committees when sen. Harold e. Hughes ran for governor and former governor Herschel c. Loveless ran for senator. Struck and killed a 500 Pound calf j owned by Everett Carlson on it county Road a Quarter of a mile North of it. Union saturday at 9 30 . Finke was driving North and the i calf came out of a ditch into the i path of the car which was totally wrecked. Finke suffered minor cuts and bruises and was treated by a doctor at Crawfordsville. Deputy sheriff Charles Droz investigated. Congressman Fred Schwengel announced today that a $72,000 loan and a $56,000 Grant to the town of Stockport in Van Buren county to build a Rural Community water system has been approved by the fired City workers Farmers Home administration. Hamper garbage work the fund will enable the town to r a dig a deep Well and construct 11 eat Atlanta up a about 1,600 ment facilities and a distribution s Riding cloy workers fired last system. Week by mayor Sam massed Hamp the insured loan from the farm cd Atlan, garbage collection Elan Home administration a depart forts v Ith Picke links today and so ment of the agriculture credit l item support from 0 her labor in. Firemen made three runs sunday. At 3 12 . They extinguished a grass fire at 6c5 South White at 3 30 pm., a crass fire North of the Marvin Cornick Home about three Miles East on Highway 34 and it 6 22 . Went to Linden Heights where i Telephone pole was on fire. Two of three girls returned to Mhz three teenage girl patients were reported As missing from the mental health Institute saturday morning and two of them have i been returned. Kathy Isobaker 17, Clinton is still missing. She is 5�?T, 159, with Brown hair and Blue eyes. Marilyn of Velar 16, App noose county and Barbara Washington 16, Scott county were located and returned to the Mhz at 3 43 pm. Saturday. County to split vote for Stote representative Agency will be repaid in forty years at 5% interest. Or. D. Edward Donald is mayor of the town of Stockport. Ions. Notice a Marne Quot cast As announced some months ago. Henry county will he dividing a spokesman for the workers said its vote for state representative under the reapportionment plan a a Beautiful picket lines were up at adopted by the Iowa legislature As shown above along with the All Public works department instal other representative districts in this area. Tile North six townships lations and not a truck was moving will be voting with Washington county and the North part of Jeffer a unless manned by son county. The South six townships will be voting with the South the Union sought endorsement of two thirds of Jefferson county including both it. Pleasant and fair there will be an important full its walkout meanwhile from the Field cast meeting for principles chorus United workers and the Atlanta rep. Herbert Campbell has announced his candidacy for the and dancers in Marne on tuesday Central labor Council. North District and rep. Charles Strothman in the South District is March 2a at 7 . For costume Dis Massell sent City jail prisoners circulating papers. Cuss Ion and general planning. Sunday to Clear up some of the the senatorial District now includes Jefferson. Washington and chorus rehearsal and other sched backlog of garbage from the Down Henry counties. Candidates to Date Are sen. Richard Stephens Ana used work will follow immediately. I town Atlanta area. J sen. Charles mugged. Sunrise service at Trenton Church the Trenton United methodist Church will hold their annual easier Sunrise services easter morning at 6 30. A Fellowship breakfast of Coffee chocolate milk and Rolls will be held following Hie services. Terse verse by a. C. Gordon marriage is a thing that makes two people one then the Battle starts to find which is that one
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