Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on October 26, 1967 · Page 10
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 10

Carroll, Iowa
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Thursday, October 26, 1967
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Addresses Biggest Crowd in History at Iowa Fund-Raising Dinner— Reagan Hacks at Inflation and Vietnam War Policies ^^••^ ^, i_ — _l* .•*l*/iti Via Ifli By DON NORTH (.\ssooinlrri Tress Wrilor) DES M01NES (AP)-The Republican pnrty must offer a candidate "aligned to victory" in Vietnam if it expects to elect a president in 19l«8. says California Gov. Ronald Reagan. "I cannot believe the Republican part will go along with those who believe we should put our tail between our leg* and run for home," Reagan told a news conference Wednesday before addressing a $100-a-plate Iowa GOP dinner. Reagan was scheduled to fly to Manhattan, Kan., Thursday on the second leg of a six-city ey for the party's state treas- speechmaking tour to raise mon- uries. "I'm one who believes escalation of the war should have tak- en place earlier," he said, adding that if the U.S. had not exempted 94 key military targets from air attack peace negotiations might have begun long ago. Asked whether his position wasn't "aligned to victory," fitting his description of the ideal 10 Times Herald, Carroll, la. Thursday, Oct. 26, 1967 GOP candidate, Reagan replied: "I am not a candidate. The question is always asked a different way, the answer is always the same." Insecticide Fatal to 7 Florida Children ARCADIA. YV.\. (AP) — The room apartment, they said. last of an ilinoranl farm couple's seven children died 1o- day from poison authorities said was Irared to an agricultural inseciticido. Diannc Richardson. 3. died in n hospital about 12 hours after her brothers and sister died, one by one. Police said the children's parents were both away at the time the children were stricken. A baby-sitter hired to watch three of the preschool age children Pathologist. Millard White of Sarasota, who performed autopsies on the dead children, said, "They definitely died of parathion or malathion poisoning." The chemicals are used in the control of insects in agriculture. Dosoto County Sheriff Frank Clinc said the parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Richardson, were working at a citrus packing plant when the children- ranging in age from 2 to failed to show up at the four-' 3 — were stricken. Four of the BARN PAINT SPECIALS MOORE'S METALLIC RED BARN PAINT $2.95 ••'• in 5 gal. cans LATEX BARN PAINT REDUCED SAVE $6.00 on 5 gallon cans Spray Painter available. JOE'S PAINT CENTER Across from Courthouse Joe Dalhoff, Owner Three Entertain for Miss Boeckman (Tlini's llcnild Nc\VH Service) WALL LAKE - Entertaining at a bridal shower for Pat B o e c k m a n Wednesday afternoon at Ryan's Cafe were Mrs. Howard Brotherton, Mrs. Rose Finger and Mrs. Leland Corn, Fifteen guests attended. Miss Boeckman's marriage to Louis Havermann will take place at 10:30 a.m. on Nov. 4 at St. Joseph Catholic Church. Mrs. Bernice Beck returned home Monday after spending a week in the Paul Nesset home at Vermillion, S.D. Sunday afternoon visitors in the home of Mrs. Minnie Vogel were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Fuller and children of Minneapolis. Mrs. Ida Crowe spent a week in the homes of Mrs. Emma Tooker and Mr. and Mrs. Wesly Stickrod and other friends at Omaha. children had been at school during the morning, but the younger ones were left unattended when a baby sitter failed to show up, Cline said. Cline said nothing had been found to indicate how the children received the poison. "We don't know if they got down and rolled in it— or-swallowed it. We just don't know what the means of intake was," he said. Mrs. Richardson had prepared a lunch of beans, rice and grits Tuesday night, Cline said, and left it in the kitchen for the children. He said the lunch had been eaten. Cline and Asst. State Atty. John Treble III searched the Richardsons' section of trie two- story, two-family home Wednesday night, and then locked it pending further investigation. Several kitchen utensils were sent to a Sarasota laboratory for examination, Cline said, but no trace of the insecticides was found. The Richardsons planned to move in with neighbors. The poisonings were reported First by school officials when two of the older children became violently ill after reporting to class after the noon recess. IN HONOR SOCIETY LEXINGTON, Mo. — Cadet Peter W. Wieckhorst, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Walter W. Wieckhorst of Carroll, has been approved for membership in the Wentworth Military Academy Honor Society. Admission i granted to cadets who are awarded superior ratings by scholastic, military, athlet ic and disciplinary departments during a semester. Wieckhors earned his right to membership during the second semester las spring. Point of View ... is important in contemplation, according to this British flower child, who apparently liked the way things looked from, an upside-down position while participating in a recent love- in that included about 20,000 hippies on the grounds of the Duke and Duchess of Bedford at Woborn Abbey, England. GUEST MINISTER ('rimes Herald News Service) MANNING - The Rev. Henry Eggink of Buena Vista College, Storm Lake, will fill the pulpit of First Presbyterian Church on Oct. 29 and Nov. 5 Church services will be at the regular hour of 10:45, following Sunday school at 9:30. Ethics Group Clears Long WASHINGTON (AP) — The Senate ethics committee says it finds no facts to support misconduct accusations against Sen. Edward V. Long, D-Mo. The panel now plans to push forward with its efforts to develop a code of standards and conduct for senators and Senate employes. The bipartisan committee's work on a code has twice been interrupted, first by its investigation into misconduct charges against Sen. Thomas J. Dodd, D-Conn., and then by its inquiry into the affairs of Long. Chairman John Stennis, D-Miss., said despite the delays the committee may submit a code for Senate action before Congress adjourns this year. The committee's report Wednesday to the Senate on its closed inquiry into Life magazine allegations against Long said it found no basis for conducting public hearings. Long said he regarded the ethic panel's unanimous report as a complete vindication. He told 'the Senate his honor and integrity had been questioned for the first time in his career and the report had lifted a great burden. Reagan said the Republican party would offer no alternative to winning the Vietnam war. "We should be there. We have a commitment. My disagreement is with stretching it out." A formal declaration of war with North Vietnam "is worth considering," Reagan said, to permit anti-Vietnam demonstrators to be treated under law as traitors giving aid and comfort to the enemy., He complained of "the technicality of being engaged in an undeclared war" and seeing Americans "fight and die while the government defends the rights of those who dissent and give aid and comfort to the emeny." Reagan added, "This is part of the credibility gap. I don't know why it isn't a war...they don't tell us." The appearance of the handsome former actor drew a crowd of 9,700 to Veteran's Auditorium, 1,946 of whom paid the price of the roast beef. State GOP chairman Robert D. Ray said it was the largest Republican fund-raising din* ner in the state's history. Reagan was introduced by a former boss — U.S. Rep. H.R. Gross of Waterloo, once news director of the Des Moines radio station where Reagan worked in the 1930s. "Welcome home to Iowa, Dutch," said Gross, using nickname of Reagan's. Gross set the theme for Reagan's speech when he lashed out at the "power-hungry, hypocritical Democratic administration which "spends money we don't have for things we don't need." Reagan, almost as if on cue, delivered a searing, caustic indictment of the Johnson Administration's fiscal policies. And he mixed in plenty of partisan humor with the intutition of an old hand with audiences. Referring to a recent $1,000- a-plate Democratic fund raiser, Reagan said: "I know what this dinner cost you. If we don't win, this will be the regular price. "How can they (Democrats) run a dinner at such a profit and the country at such a loss?" HAS HAND SURGERY (Times Herald News Servicc> MANNING - Craig Ruhde, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ruhde, underwent surgery on his hand at the University Hospitals in Iowa City this week. He was injured in a tractor accident this summer, receiving injuries to a shoulder and arm. Mediterranean styling in Mahogany voiu'ors and matching hardwoods. 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