Read an issue on 27 May 1970 in Mount Pleasant, Iowa and find what was happening, who was there, and other important and exciting news from the times. You can also check out other issues in The Mount Pleasant News.
We use Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology to make the text on a newspaper image searchable. Below is the OCR data for 27 May 1970 Mount Pleasant News in Mount Pleasant, Iowa. Because of the nature of the OCR technology, sometimes the language can appear to be nonsensical. The best way to see what’s on the page is to view the newspaper page.
Mount Pleasant News (Newspaper) - May 27, 1970, Mount Pleasant, Iowa
Pleasant Price to cents u. S. Planes bombed . Two Days ago it. Pleasant Iowa wednesday evening May 27, 1970 170 will graduate from Mph thursday night these Days. By John Chamberlain saving our environment at a profit Long ago Julian Felss a geologist who works for the department of the Interior predicted that nothing effective would be done to a a recycled wastes until Industry found ways of doing it at a profit. Such a prediction May sound cynical but or. Feiss is no cynic. He was looking ahead to the Day when the Cost of poisoning our Environ would be so obvious that a a recycling would become cheap by comparison. Interestingly enough one member of new York City a mayors advisory committee on pollution Charles Macaluso thinks that the new York metropolitan area is just about two years away from the realization that a a recycling will be cheaper than Tho present methods of garbage and waste disposal. Land fill dumping areas in the new York area Are disappearing the City is now using disposal grounds so far from the big population centers that dumping fees Are double what they were eight years ago. Wastes can no longer be eliminated a or changed into unwelcome atmospheric pollution by incinerators for with the vast increase in non returnable Glass and Metal containers Only thirty per cent of a City a refuse can be burned. In new Jersey 80 per cent of the incinerators in use a few years ago have had to be closed they Are no longer Able to do their Job with any efficiency. Regina Orr Allen Susan Jean a Laurel Elaine Allender John Joseph a Wendy Lynne alter David Chari a Sandra Kay Anderson a Judith Kay Roger c. Ashy Deanna lot Frances Jessie Bagles Margaret Ai Marjorie Ann Bagles Jean Marie Sheila Ann Bain Patti Kay a Ronald John Bare Elizabeth a James Lee Barnett Janette Lee Robert h. Bates Michael Bra Kathleen sue beavers Janet Marie Michael Dean Boal Linda Louis Theodore Dale Boal Mary to min Jenifer Jane Bontrager Gletty Maria a Brenda Ruth Bratton Dana Lee j a Carol Ann Brombaugh Robert Dou Becky Lynn Brown Patricia Lei Alan Chris Burden Deborah be Mary Christine Byczek Luella Chris Patricia sue Conner Brian Willis a Carol Ann Cooper James Euge John Henry Cornick Pamela Raj Merrye Jean Cox Thomas w. A Roswita h. Crowl Diana Elain Margaret Kay Curtis Michael Ala Candace Maria Custer a Stephen ii Lana Laree Decker a Janet Mark Thomas Marcel Detrick Janet Arlen Edward Alan Devol Steven was Randy l. Doan Rose Marie Karla Dougherty Dennis Keil Steven Ray Dovenspike a Thomas to Don Herbert Dyall Terry Allan Karen Jean Ebersole Sharon a Valerie Elizabeth Eckles Jacque Keilei Lula Belle Elgin a Helene Eliz Irene Marie English Craig Willis Dennis Eugene Ensminger Theresa is Lane Garrett Fitzgerald a Wendy a Marlin Dean Ford Donald tin Marc Alan Frank Dorothea s a Kristin Jean Frish Deborah la a Thomas Carien Galer Bruce a. R James Garmoe a Maxine an William Dean Garmoe Lynn Davi it Michael Eugene Garmoe James Edw Terri Lynn Garretson Suzann a Thomas l. Gill Robert e Katherine sue Gilson Carol flail Martin Taylor Gipple Harold Dai Gary Lee Graber James will Treva Eileen Graber Dennis but a Martha Ann Hassenfritz Janet rut Barbara Jean Hamilton Lavonda k Diana Mae Hellberg a Mary Jane David William Henkel Todd Douf Dewey Bruno Hentges Bruce Allai Pamela Jean Hiatt Harry Lee Mary Helen Hileman Wendell w Dennis Lloyd Hinkle Debra Jean Kenneth Allen Hinkle Harold a Michael Allen Hodson Linda Lou Gerald p. Holtkamp Glen e. Its John Joseph Holtkamp Steven a Richard Lawrence Holtkamp Christophe James Warren Housel Doyle boys Martin Douglas Hoyer ted Harry Jack Eldon Hummell Thomas k Michael r. Hummell Margaret i Charlotte Jean Iseman Bonnie Jui a Sara Irene Jennett Billy Warr Michael Glenn Johnson William it Mary Alice Johnson Roger Alai a Peggy Ann Kauffman William e Elaine Ann Keefe Patrick St Donald a. R. Khan Donald in Kent Allen Kiesey Ann Mari it James William Kirk Karen Sui Thomas Lee Kochneff Connie i Marilyn Lavonne Krabill a Leon lest David w. Krai Wayne de Timothy Alan Kremer Richard i Mark Arlo Krogmeier Susan am Donna Jean Kudobe a Vicki Rae a seniors in National Honor society speaking of pollution a few Days of the sanitation worker strike in Washington left sidewalks looking like this. There a the Capitol dome in the background. Sei College commencement tonight at 8 commencement exercises for 355 students from Southeast Iowa College at Burlington will be held wednesday at 8 . In memorial auditorium. Donald Kaul a Over the coffees a writer for Des Moines Register will deliver the address a confessions of a washed up Rev. Chester Potts pastor of the Church of the 0>en Bible Church in it pleasant will deliver the in. Vocation. Stock Market surges us in record Advance or. Macaluso whose new York carting company removes More than 600.000 pounds of rubbish garbage and building materials from the City every Day has discovered that he is up against the Wall in his efforts to Pony up half a million dollars a year in dumping j fees. His answer to his troubles begins with a giant shredding machine that can literally Chew up anything and spew it out in the size of sawdust particles. The us. Health. Education and wet fare department in Washington using or. Macaluso As consultant has eight Pilot shredding plants at work doing something that should also have the cooperation of the department of the Interior. Or. Macaluso who is a contractor not a manufacturer is not alone in grappling with the problem general motors general electric and Monsanto chemical Are experimenting with giant shredding equipment. We Are closer than anyone thinks to the Day when we can avoid the ecological doom that scientists have set for the year 2000 if we continue to ruin the atmosphere and the oceans by our present methods of waste disposal. Memorial service for sgt. Ross saturday at la Nixon to meet tonight v. With business leaders memorial services for sgt. Stanley Ross son of or and mrs. Russell Ross it. Pleasant route 3, who lost his life in Vietnam six months ago will be observed saturday May 30 at 11 00 a in. The Mph band will begin the services in front of the High school with a the Star spangled following the Flag raising by the american legion the reverand Chester Potts will deliver the morning prayer. Or. George Stanley former it pleasant High school principal will present the memorial and superintendent Robert Formanek will accept the memorial plaque on behalf of the school. Closing remarks ill be Given by High school principal Richard ii. Van Tuyl. The Public is invited to attend. Vat affair with news coverage banned. Ziegler said two top presidential economic advisers would attend Treasury Secretary David m. Kennedy and chairman Paul w Mccracken of the Council of economic advisers As Well As or. Arthur f. Burns chairman of the Independent Federal Reserve Board. The presidents decision to meet with tile businessman apparently had some effect on Wall Street. In the first hour of trading on the Stock Market today the Dow Jones Industrial average climbed More than 13 Points. Analysts said the presidents action had Given the Market some encouragement. Washington up a the White House said today president Nixon would have an informal give and take discussion on Cambodia and the nations troubled economic situation with 40 business leaders at a dinner tonight. Press Secretary Ronald l. Ziegler said the president would not announce any decisions to tile businessman. A the purpose is for tile president to express things he has on ins mind and to listen to what they have to say a Ziegler said. A the president meets with various groups he said it would be a strictly Pri lebanese demo county women unit reorganized the democratic women of Henry county unit has been reorganized and will have its first meeting june 4. 1970, at 730 pm. In the Kennedy Courtesy room in it. Pleasant. Mrs. Gertrude Mcqueen. First District committee woman of Iowa City will address the group. Mrs. Mcqueen has Long been Active in democratic party activities in the first District and the state of Iowa. A nominating committee will present a slate of officers tor the Henry county women a group and there will also by Opportunity tor nominations of officers from tile floor. If there Are those desiring fur i tiler information about the june i 4th meeting they May Contact mrs. Lloyd Bowen at 385-2428 or mrs j Ralph Meade 385-4292. Anyone interested is urged to at a tend. Issue warning to guerrillas by up tile lebanese government demanded today that Arab guerrillas in Southern Lebanon abide strictly by agreed rules for operations against Israel and warned that the army would crack Down on violators. The warning was issued by the Cabinet in Beirut after a 2 a hour meeting on the deteriorating situation along the Border with Israel. Thousands of refugees have fled from the Frontier area for fear of israeli reprisals against Arab guerrilla raids. Israeli troops crossed into lab anon for the third consecutive Day and defense minister Moshe Dayan said the Quot police a actions would continue until Lebanon took firm Steps to control the guerrillas. Israeli warplanes also continued to strike against egyptian military targets along the Suez canal front. A Tel Aviv spokesman said two raids were flown to silence egyptian guns whose Cross canal barrages killed one israeli Soldier and wounded two More during the night. Dan Welcher resigns from police Force state to operate Muscatine Bridge charged with helping Federal prisoner to escape Dan Welcher. 22, has resigned from the it. Pleasant police department and will be employed by the Beatty Foster funeral Home. Welcher has been a police officer since May 14, 1969. Leland a a Bucko Tunis. Iowa Wesleyan student has been hired As a police officer during the summer months. Ames up a the Iowa Highway commission voted tuesday to take Over the operation and maintenance of the Mississippi River Bridge at Muscatine after it was assured Legal entanglements had been ironed out. The state will operate the 80-year-old Bridge until a new Structure is built in about two years. The commission had been told it could not legally take Over the Bridge from the Muscatine Bridge commission. A Legal question also arose Over whether the state could continue to charge tolls for use of the Bridge. County receives Bonus from investments famed ballroom destroyed by fire seniors pitch in to help clean City Many it. Pleasant High school graduating seniors gave up a part of their a senior week to help beautify the it. Pleasant Community. Tuesday morning Hie studier s were scurrying about town and country Side with pick up trucks borrowed from local Auto dealers busily picking up debris and litter. In the afternoon they went to Lake Geode for a Well deserved few hours of a fun in the Sun. Names of All the workers were not obtained but the Community extends a great big a thank you to the class of 70 Young men and women who participated. Brownies collect litter Des Moines idea a Iowa counties Are now collecting about $2 million annually by investing Idle funds. For years because of Legal entanglements most Iowa Banks did not pay any interest on Money deposited by Public bodies. The picture began to change in 1s63, however As the legislature i passed Bills at first encouraging i the girls met at the Home of mrs. Appel for a picnic supper and skating party. J third Grade members of troop j j 26 include Susan Appel. Cheryl Baxter. Rohnda . Kristi Flachman Nancy Bendell Julie Sapp. Susan Stebbins Julie Triska i Cindy Welcher. Cindy Wesely and Maria Wieland. Second Grade members include Candy Bain Linda Brown Connie Dickinson Kathryn Evans Diane Harrison Tracey Hill Teresa ii Housh Teresa Lampe Denise Wal i Lac and Tona Brownie troop 26 collects litter and trash trucks damaged in collision twelve urge sacks of litter and trash were collected by the Harlan Brownie troop 26 during a clean up hike. The girls covered a four Block area from Harlan school to Palm Avenue. Mis. Robert Appel and mrs. Bruce Harrison troop leaders and mrs. Ogal Sapp supervised the hike after the trash was collected and put in containers for City pick up terse verse by a. In. Gordon a worthless person still has value ample if nothing More than setting an example. Ment for a profit. But this is the most feasible Way to preserve it. In fact it is the Only Way it is Likely to be done. Distributed by King features Syndicate
Search the Mount Pleasant News Today
with a Free Trial
We want people to find what they are looking for at NewspaperArchive. We are confident that we have the newspapers that will increase the value of your family history or other historical research.
With our 7-day free trial, you can view the documents you find for free.