Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on March 3, 1976 · Page 5
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 5

Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, March 3, 1976
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GOP Delegates to Vote on Expansion of State Central Committee By Iowa Daily Press Association DES MOINES - Delegates to the Republican state statutory convention in Des Moines on July 17 will vote on a proposal to expand the GOP state central committee from 12 to 18 members. The proposal will call for three members from each of the six congressional districts starting in 1977. Twelve members, two from each district, will be elected to the state central committeee at district meetings on April 3. Under this latest proposal, the district executive committee, which is comprised of county chair people in each district, would select the third member of the central committee for each congressional district. . In 1978 all 18 members of the central committee would be chosen at district conventions, three from each district. However, the proposal approved for presentation to the delegates provides that if a district committee fills a vacancy the votes will be weighed to reflect the votes Bowling Results CITY LEAGUE Team Standing! Polnli Coon Bowl 1 56Va Knight of Columbus :.... 56 Pin Oaks (4 Pending) 54'/a Kelly Coin 51 Vj Budwelser 49 Carroll Bowl (4 Pending) 46'/j Dearduff's '.... 44 Quandt Junkers 44'/j Decker's 44 Little Guses 37>/j Mr. D's ....' 36'/2 Schlltzers 32'/j Schroeder Carpet 22 Rotert Construction 9 High Ind. single Game- Bus Behn 243 Bob Haukap 235 WallyGute 230 High Ind. Three Games— Wally Gute 608 Mai Foley 600 Mike Riddle 600 High Team Single Game- Carroll Bowl 967 cast for Republicans in each county of that district. In other action taken last Sunday, the Republican state central committee decided to put a proposal before the state convention to permit the election of additional members to county central committees. Heretofore, membership on county central committees has been limited to two per precinct. Under this proposal, a county could choose to have additional representation on its central committee based on the Republican vote at the Kelly Coin 959 Kelly Coin 928 Carroll Bowl 928 High Team Three Games- Kelly Coin 2771 Carroll Bowl 2740 Quandt Junkers 2593 PINSPLITTER LEAGUE Team Standings Points Breda OH Co 70 Brend'sStandard 68 Carroll Bowl 62 Pepsi Cola 59 Roselle Trio Tavern 56 Reuter Inc 53 Flower Loft. 47 Center Pharmacy 46 Breda Fertilizer 45 Zeke's Place 45 Boeckman's Feed 36 Pabst Blue ribbon 14 Wlttry Tavern 10 Tlefenthaler Repair 7 High Ind. Single Game- Dave Brend 237 precinct level. Tom Tauke, a member of the committee from Dubuque, offered an amendment to limit the membership from each precinct to four members, but that amendment was rejected on a 4 to 5 vote. The changes being proposed are being suggested in the form of amendments to the Republican party's constitution. Incidentally, the Democrats expanded their state central committee to 24 members in 1974. Republicans have selected the sites of their presidential Times Herald, Carroll, la. •• Wednesday, March 3, 1976 3 district conventions which will be held at 9:30 p.m. on June 18 in Des Moines following a fund raising event. These conventions are very important because each district w'ill select five delegates and five alternates to the Republican presidential convention in Kansas .City on Aug. 16. Republicans are going to find that the locations are scattered throughout the city. The district convention sites were chosen by lot. They are: First District — Hilton Ballroom. Second District — Terrace Room, Hotel Savery. Third District — Howard Johnson's on Merle Hay. Fourth District — Ramada Inn, Downtown. Sixth District — Ballroom, Hotel Savery. Republican national committeeman John McDonald reported to the central committee on his activities in Washington during the previous week. Bob Odendahl 213 PaulSchulte 213 JohnWIttry : 206 High Ind, Three Games— Bob Odendahl 578 Dave Wernimont 531 Bill Bernholtz 526 High Team Single Game- Pepsi Cola 970 Brend's Standard . .• 968 Center Pharmacy 963 High Team Three Games- Center Pharmacy 2884 Reuter Inc 2751 Breda Oil Co 2740 COMMERCIAL LEAGUE Team Standings Points Nockels gothlers : 576'/j Bernholtz Lockers 466Vi Quandt Auto Salvage 455 Commercial Bank 431 GllddenCafe 431 Kerpfs' Place 421 Va Ken Hoffman Painting 419 Carroll County Bank 393'/j Sherwln Williams 344 Jack's Shack 334 Prenger La-Z-Boys '. 31B'/2 ' Drees Plgb. & Htg 317 G.E. Pipers... 304'/j Promes Drainage 244 High Ind. Single Game- Mike Riddle 256 Gary Quandt 254 Bob Sapp 240 High Ind. Three Games- Gary Quandt 668 Mike Riddle 640 Jim Irlmeier , 590 High Team Single Game— Nockels Clothiers 992 Commercial Bank 973 Drees Plbg. & Ht 966 High Team Three Games— Nockels Clothiers 2760 Commercial Bank 2759 Bernholtz Lockers 2723 JACK 4 JILL LEAGUE Team Standings Points Miller's High Life 83 Wilson Real Estate 65Vj Na-Churs 65'/2 Pabst Blue Ribbon 59Vj Chicken Inn 54 Budwelser 52 Hamm's 50 Snappy Popcorn 49V? Carnarvon Oil Co 4B'/2 Hawkeye Nat'l. Life 45 Denny's Lounge, Westside 42>/j Carroll Bowl 41 McDonald is chairman of the content committee at the national presidential convention. In discussing convention arrangements, he told the committee that 90 rooms have been set aside for the Iowa delegation. Out of that allotment must come rooms for 36 delegates, 36 alternates, staff of the central committee and members of the Iowa press corps. Iowa, however, is expected to have rooms in another motel some distance from the convention site. McDonald passed along a report he had received in Washington which shows that for several composite elections Iowa Republicans had the 12th best voting record among the 50 states. This is. based on the percent of vote for president, U.S. senate, governor and congress. McDonald got a couple of chuckles from committee members when he told of attending a plush reception in Washington, D.C. at Vice President Nelson Rockefeller's new residence. Schettler Seed 32 Ron's Saddle Shop 27 High Ind. Single GameWomen: Pam Mauser '" Elva Bernholtz 179 LaVerna Tlefenthaler 178 Men: DeanGrell 207 Virgil Chrlstenson 199 Ted Underberg 195 High Ind. Three GamesWomen: Elva Bernholtz 480 VI Johnson 465 LaVerna Tlefenthaler 460 Men: / Ray Tlefenthaler 532 DeanGrell 527 LyleHein ,. 509 High Ind. 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