Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on October 28, 1970 · Page 9
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 9

Carroll, Iowa
Issue Date:
Wednesday, October 28, 1970
Page 9
Start Free Trial

Non-Politcal Speech Anything But Agnew Has 'Loved Every Minute 9 On The Campaign Trail «IEW YORK (AP) — Vice told a Navy League dinner dent became a major issue in ^ to be leading Democrat Richard Lindsay sharply criticized both j my low key approach and start defense appropriations." esidertt Spiro T. Agnew says Tuesday night in what was the state's three-way U.S. Sen- Tim " Herol l' Carrotl, la. Q Ottinger with Goodell running President Nixon and Agnew for | calling a spade a spade. _ ' haS "il!rj y m . i "" t !l° f "'!- as • "-"P-Hta.! speech, ate race by declaring that Sen. *"-** **• 28 -J*^-Z «,W,."seems to be going rather campaign tacUcs. ,, Maybe then j ^ attract ( _^»« from h.s pr P NEW YORK (AP) - Vice President Spiro T. Agnew says he has "loved every minute" of his controversial campaign travels this fall and has "relished this assignment for President Nixon." "Nd task any vie* president hat ever had could begin to measure up to mine this year in importance to the people of the United States," Agnew told a Navy League dinner Tuesday night in what was billed as a nonpolitical speech, but turned out to be anything but. After his one-night visit to New York, Agnew had campaign stops scheduled today in Albany, Ga., and Birmingham, Ala. AgneW's appearance here was planned before the vice presi- dent became a major issue in the state's three-way U.S. Senate race by declaring that Sen. Charles E. Goodell, R-N.Y., had read himself out of the GOP. Agnew aides said beforehand the appearance was not political and the vice president said he was checking "my political hat at the door." But Agnew made Goodell, who has become one of the Sen- ate's leading doves since he was appointed two years ago to succeed the lade Robert F. Kennedy, a major part of his lengthy argument for strong national defense. He began by saying that the Senate race, in which Conservative James L. Buckley appears to be leading Democrat Richard Ottinger with Goodell running third, "seems to be going rather well." As he has previously, however, the vice president stopped short of endorsing Buckley and said only that of the candidates 'I oppose two and don't oppose one." He visited New York a day after Republican Mayor John V. Lindsay sharply criticized both President Nixon and Agnew for campaign tactics. Agnew did not say anything about Lindsay. In a reference to how he might "attract some attention,' Agnew said: "I think it's time I took my gloves off. No more of this Mister Nice Guy stuff. Starting tomorrow I will try to switch off my low key approach and start calling a spade a spade. "Maybe then I can attract some attention." Agnew said that just a "one- seat change in the Senate' could save the antimissile defense system—ABM—next year, could "save America's prestige in flhe world by forestalling a runout" in Vietnam and "could block a crippling cut in national HALLOWEEN SPECIALS FOR YOU FROM FAREWAY Hormel LITTLE Gov. Grade */'c A NO TRICKS . . . ONLY TREATS FOR FOOD SHOPPERS AT FAREWAY. We don't play tricks with your money at Fare, way. Each food dollar you spend here goes for food, wholesome food products, and not for "free" stamps or games. A humrous dictionary defines "free" as "the price is concealed." Unhappily, this definition is all too true when applied to "free games, gimmicks, and trading stamps." Stamps are not free! The average food market pays dearly to "give" them away. So shop Fareway for total food savings. No tricks here . . . only more value for your precious food dollars. SIZZLERS WHOLE Pkg. Fryers Lb. Norbest Gov. Grade A Turkeys 14 to 16 Lbs. Wilton Festival Extra Lean BOSTON BUTT Pork Roost defense appropriations.' Departing from his prepared text, Agnew remarked on wlfat; he said were newspaper storjjas that are "already plotting rny demise as vice president." "To my friends in the media who would like me replaced, I say this gentlemen: I am not "tin insecure man either," he said. j** WILSON SINCLAIR Festival HAM 5 to 6 Ib. Avg. BABY BEEF Ib CRISPRITE LIVER I BACON Ib Boone River All Beef SUMMER SAUSAGE Boone River All Meat LARGE Bologna Ib Ib Lb. il Half Ham 2 to 3 IDS., $1.19 Ib Festival All Meat Franks 12-oz. Pkg. FAREWAY Kleenex Facial Tissue 200 Count Boxes Cbntadin* Tomato SAUCE Gooch's Pancake Mix Bag Red or White FRESH PRODUCE for each RED POTATOES FAREWAY Rhodes— Frozen White BREAD Orange fir Grape Hi-C DRINKS 46-oz. Cans FAREWAY Cookies Archway REUNION 303 Cans 7-UP SUGAR Samples Friday fir Saturday Crystal Brand With $5.00 Order or Mort Robin Hood FLOUR 50-lb. Bog BULK — PITTED DATES Lb. Random Weight STORE HOURS 8:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. No Sundays Friday Nites to 9:30 P.M. Fastco, Asst. Flavors Frozen Dessert Vz Gal. Adams Florida Frozen Orange 6 6-ox. Cam Prices Good Till Tuesday Night, Nov. 3 The Right To Limit Reserved Schmidt <t<iTO BEER f ' 2 *l 79 TOMATO

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free