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Looking Back in to Newton History

The Newton Daily News reported:  In his Running Rampant column, Dan Ehl observed on Oct. 13, 1988, that Fall is here, the geese are flying south and the crows will be arriving in Newton soon to divide Newton into sections so that each crow gets its own garbage bag to destroy on pick-up days. Maytag Corporation buildings were changing appearance and purpose as the Plant One east building was demolished and re-built to house corporate offices. Additional Plant One buildings were demolished to make way for a proposed shopping mall.  Maytag Corporation sales climbed to $490.7 million in the third quarter of 1988, 3.8% higher than the same period in 1987. Newton Chamber of Commerce Executive Vice President Glenn Kohler announced plans to line Fi

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