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Iola Register (Newspaper) - August 30, 1955, Iola, Kansas THE lOLA REGISTER VOLUME No. 262. Ill I ll t Accept Contract To Extend City Power Plant body accepted the contract offered by Burns and City to design an Addition to tlie municipal The commissioners believe the new unit will in operation by the summer of 1957. The installation will include a kw a steam generating unit with a capacity per a surface the and other gear required in the operation of the The metal sheafed building completed in will be to the to the new The Seven New lola School Teachers The employment last week of Mrs. Elizabeth as mathematics Instructor at the senior high replacing Robert Thomas who resigned about two weeks gives the tola ' schools a complete staff for the coming Joe said The faculty will include seven new one grade school who has worked only half time lor several will assume a full shift ^t the Junior High The new teachers Robert who will replace Don Toevs as junior college A graduate of O'Brien has an record on the basketball He was a member of -a team which reached the finals in a national He played professional basketball for a Philadelphia team for several He is now completing work on his master's degree at Kansas City Mrs. Amy Lou Brazil will teach home economics at the Junior High School filling the post formerly held by Mrs. Faye A graduate of iola Junior College and the University of Mrs. Brazil taught one year at She is the daughter of Judge and Mrs. Spencer Edward V. who formerly taught at will teach mathematics at Junior replacing Miss Jewell has been operating a photographic studio at served on the city council and in Boy Scout Mrs. Dorothy Errickson is leaving her part time schedule at to teach full time in Junior Her major is language She is an addition to the junior high Mrs. Tillie Shyne will teach part time in the elementary The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Mrs. Shyne is a graduate of Kansas University and has studied teacher training in the junior Mrs. Mildred Greeson is another new part time teacher for the grade She is a graduate of Southwest and taught at LeRoy last The new secretary at the Junior was with that objective in It contains the generator and boiler which the principal unit now used by the power Last winter Burns and McDonnell made an survey of tlie Iola power situation and predicted that tlie consumption of current will continue to increase during the next decade as it has since the end of World War In 194,') the total energy generated by the Iola plant was 5,191 thousand kilowatt by 1950 this had risen to 10,890 thousand last year the consumption was 1(!,790 thousand The peak load has zoomed from 1.400 kw in to 3,750 kw in mA. The engineers pointed out that this production is more than can be carried by the generator installed in 1950.and is more than can be consistently by the Last week the commissioners conferred with the Kansas Gas and Electric Company to determine whether or not it is feasible to purchase a portion of the power required from the The governing body was offered Mayor Charles Wilson said this morning that the cost of electricity would be greater under the terms of either one of the three proposals than the cost of adding to the present Under the terms of the contract accepted this morning Burns and McDonnell will receive the costs of their professional services plus 60 per cent and travel and subsistence expenses for designing the new The total is not to exceed including the fee paid earlier this for the initial If the firm is also employed as resident the salary of the supervisor plus 10 per cent and his expenses at net cost will be paid by the This charge is not included in the fee for designing the The design costs will be paid monthly as statements are submitted until a total of has been received by Burns and The remainder will be due upon the completion and acceptance of the The firm estimates the new unit will cost one million Several weeks ago the to finance the new construction by issuing revenue They plan to pay interest charges and retire the principal through revenue received from the High School Is Mrs. Margaret i Smoot of Gas Mrs. Smoot is I last the m Page 5, No. 3) Better City Care For Stray Animals engineers concluded that the plant can be built and financed through revenue bonds without decreasing the amount of money now transferred annually from the electric department to other city The stray cats and dogs picked up by Iola police will get a better break in future as a result of an agreement by the commissioners today with Dr. H. R. As soon as arrangements can be completed the stray animals will be kept in quarters provided by Dr. Stanzel at his animal hospital at the corner of East and Kentucky He also will segregate the dogs and cats who have contagious He will humanely dispose of the animals which he is ordered to destroy by the chief of For this service Dr. Stanzel will be paid 75 cents per day each for the small animals turned over to him by the plus annual rental for his special structure ior sick dogs and also As in the the police will to the that are The owners will be expected pay ' -' day is Parking tion were discussed again this The commissioners delegated police to visit several nearby towns now using meters and acquainted with their Percy will make a particular study of the system used at El taV unusually successfuL TIIK OLD WAY Kim creek on the road a mile south of is this summer with a new concrete structure 153 feet in length with a 24 foot In addition the bed of Khn is being shifted about 800 feet to the a goose neck and providing a deeper course for the In the photograph above the camera is pointing northeast and ' as the dam which diverts shows the fill upon which north water into its new end of the bridge will In the right background may be seen the banks of at the point where the water be diverted into the new channel in the short cut is approximately feet in A. W. county says that digging the channel provided sufficient dirt to build the long fill needed fur bridge A part of the fill is in the old stream beil and will serve the Fight On Near Gaza continued without letup last and today in the area of the Gaza Israel charged the four civilians and wounding 10 other accused the Israelis of killing an and wounding 1,1 r In an military broke near at and was still yoing on this An Israeli military spokesman said infiltrators killed the four civilians and wounded six others in attacks 12 to 15 miles inside Israeli territory north of the Gaza Strip frontier He said those killed were waylaid as they returned from work in an orchard near Beth Four Israeli soldiers were seriously - when an army vehicle struck a mine near the Tel Tayim settlement this the spokesman He also charged that the Egyptians directed and fire on the Erez settlement this The spokesman said there were no casualties on the Israeli side in a 15-minute The Gaza frontier has been the scene of repeated clashes in recent Eighteen Israelis and eight Egyptians have died in incidents there during the past Frank 83, Taken by Death Frank 83, a retired died afternoon at his home in Yates He lived southwest of Piqua for many years before Born in 111., Mr. Link moved to Kansas at an early age with his The funeral will be at 9 a. m. Wednesday at St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Yates The will be recited at 7:30 tonight at the Johnson Funeral Among the survivors are his four Mrs. Frank Sicka and Mrs. Robert Yohon of Mrs. Ben and John and one Ed Yates Hail Storm Eastern Colorado Colo. battering hailstorm late yesterday smashed field in the Arkansas Valley into near total Farmers t o d a y assessed damage from hailstones ranging in size from marbles to hen's A Colorado Springs man working at Ft. Hubert W. was struck by lightning during the He was reported recovering at a Nearly three inches of rain was recorded at Pueblo Memorial Airport iri an hour as the temperature plunged Hail dealt destruction at Hocky Las and Farmers said Cantaloupes for seed will amount to only a half crop and those for market were Beet tops and alfalfa were beaten down and corn ' GETTING READY FOR 12-year-old champion speller from hits the dictionary as she works to prepare for a question pn Tuesday night CBS Television Gloria won last Tuesday and will decide whether to go ahead on Tuesday night's question she answered properly Spell the eat astigmatic anthropologist innumerable Sees 1956 Tax Cut WASHINGTON Carlson predicted today Republicans will seek a 1956 tax cut for the in part answer to Democratic charges that the administration is favoring big Led by former President Democrats have been trying to hang a label on the But Carlson said in an interview he doesn't believe the public is going to any such As a member of the Senate Finance Carlson said he will support an extension of present business and corporation are going to have a tax reduction for for the little next he believe the way the country is moving we will balance the budget and when that balance is in sight we can move to reduce Carlson said he thinks President Eisenhower's newest economy aimed at cutting spending by all will be popular with country wants additional cuts in these which will help make tax reduction he Truman chided the Republicans in a Mackinac speech last saying are now in the third year of the dispensation of big business and we have no balanced budget Truman's charge that the Eisenhower administration is business drew from Carlson the retort that philosophy is that of the Americans for Democratic a socialistic program if I ever saw and I don't think the country wants calls an organization espousing liberal The grading was by John Mildred The lii will be built by the Freeto Co which has to move in materials Young that the bridge should be in about two The fill and with a combined length of a mile will be surfaced with a six inch rock capped with two of hot asphalt liy Nelson Hroth ers of To Benson Aides - Two lure Department officials who key roles In the Wolf security case failed to at a probe today and Olin 1). Johnston announced they would be want these people so we can find out why we have such and jumping tho rope with people's and He heads a Civil Service subcommittee investigating the administration's personnel security The two officials are Milan executive assistant to Secretary of Agriculture and Glen the department's personnel security Former Gillette subcommittee wrote Benson 22 asking that Smith and Cassity testify at In an Aug. 2G letter which the subcommittee said it had not received but which was read over the phone to the staff Benson replied that neither he nor his two aides would be available at this The letter you that Die public interest would be served by further clarification of some points of the I shall be happy to write you further in response to specific Ladejinsky is the government on Page 5, No. 2) Stassen Set To Spell Out Ike Plan I N Y adviser Harold K put J on proposal for an exchange of military and aerial with Russia Stassen lie expected to the detailed later week to the five power II N Dis armament which resumed its here Henry Lodge permanent delegate to the II N told the group at its session the Slates Wants approval for the plan who is silling on the as the American was waiting for Soviet Arkady A Sobolev to give an inkling of feeling about Sobolev delivered a long opening statement to the yesterday without mention ilig die the President on the Geneva summit The delegates planned to their secret talks on dis this They agreed would issue no more public on their and the chief delegates of France and met privately this morning for an hour's There was no from the Apparently the West plans to make these strategy a daily There was no indication long - During their current meeting they also will write their report to the filiation I loin which will it to the con veiling 20, Up Again NKW YORK The nation's two biggest independent coffee roasters raised their wholesale prices Foods Corp. its Maxwell House brand by three cents a pound and Standard Brands three cents to the price of Chase & brings the wholesale of both to 91 cents a Trade sources said they expect other roasters to follow How long it will be before the increase is passed on at the retail level depends to a large extent on the individual Some roasters give a chance to stock up at the old Tlie boosts reflect increases in green coffee past Cases To Klin r III in I 10 1 il StMle fit Iti said Il li I hr el iin lit tills Im the Im 111 I u Ilk 1.1 I anil the year's .il The limr nf onsets last week id in the Salk hut information was iml atile to indicate had recen rd Hint Shift In Morocco - New with Moroccan are planned by France in a drive to set up a home rule gov for the North changes in the Mo but there was no an of The Cabinet a two-day discussion of yesterday and announced steps be taken to a new government within two minister for Tunisian and Moroccan predicted that which still confront us will be Premier earlier this month called of a new Moroccan by 12, told a news conference the general Moroccan policy and talks with Moroccan leaders He efforts would continue to bring the the strongest nation into a gave no date of the talks with leaders which began last week at Aix les One change is the of Resident Gilbert French colonial residents blame his moderate policies for the violence during the weekend of Aug. 20 in which more than 1,000 persons The man men Honed as was Gen Pierre Boyer de resident general in Red Arms To Arabs Rumored W 1 I 1 ' of I i havu 111 11) nil I. 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The biggest fighting steamed away her Newport moorings late headed for sea trials of her great engines and virtually piece of machinery with which she is By JAMES MARLOW Associated Press News Analyst - Former President one of the most fiery campaigners in the history of American is slowing Not by Apparently his age - he's 71 - and his health are finally saying to Only 13 days ago Truman said he felt in shape and fully recovered from his major operation last year He was anxious to get started on a series of speeches against the Republicans this month and -a kind of warmup for next year's presidential campaign when he hoped to help the Democrats throw the Republicans And he did get He made a speech in Indiana Saturday and another in Michigan last But he had to cancel two speeches scheduled for California in He said he called off the West Coast trip on the of his and the of his But he seemed in the best of spirits when he told are afraid something might to the old He indicated the long journey to the Coast might be too although the in wouldn t he made until ' Mennen tughl - s President now be too old next year to siwk Truman's part in next year's judged by what has just happened when he couldn't make speeches scheduled almost two weeks apart - will be very He has already said flatly he would not a candidate in the So in 1956, Truman won't be the more than 3,50 .in 19-18 to win the presidency - a victory which was a shock to Republicans and a to many of his own Truman's to the political wars Saturday with his speech in Indiana was not particularly 11 was mild compared with what he used to say in the he denounced the Republicans and took some cracks at But he spoke in generalities and didn't back up his charges with chapter and on Page 5, No. 1) Japan To Pull Full Load WASHINGTON - Japanese Foreign Minister said today the time has come for America and Japan to our defense relationship and il on a solid partnership Shigemitsu said that under the existing security treaty between the two nations the major burden for Japan's has been placed on the United he has been under an unequal remarks were for a National Press Club He is here for a three-day round of talks with American The foreign who a decade ago signed his country's surrender to the did not go into details in his discussion of Japan's plans a topic uf his conferences today with Secretary of State Dulles and other top US American authorities have been critical of Japan's slow pace in building her defense i-v i- hr of that iii was actually iii Those Ihi ii their lion he 1)11 Dulles told 111,-, news 1 Slates has urged bolh within the W to from the use ol iii their border dispute two have been tor weeks in skirmishes ill the da/a the Arab ai e ing of last for an of a if till y make The of No. More 11. S. Funds To Stricken Area an additional million dollars for northeastern flooil anil his for a tomorrow on of the damaged areas The provided initial of one million dollars each for Massachusetts and for areas of New York fill by the Previous allocations of one million have gone to Island and New James press stressed again that all are initial with more federal money to he provided Hagerty of key agencies concerned with flood area lion will meet at tho White House ill Washington tomorrow morning to the program thus far and lo plan for the nor any of small staff with liim at his vacation here that Turkish Officials Visit Allen County production and of of agriculture spent last ill Iola and visited ona ur farms The Jinks arrived in United for a three iif and lie in Kansas 111 tour of 'the slale is ilie auspices Kansas Stale liy Gale visited the tills till V ill live Neosho to \i II the at will spend at director of the Wool is group and Ilig as 1)1 ill r. CASUALTY OF SOUVENIR of 10 small children in- tho of a 90 mm Army fire is treated in emergency of El General Hospital by Dr. R. A. Gardea and Nurse a dud detonated in an apartment house three boeri picked up near Ft. on a previous family becoming and - low tonight lower 508 lo mar GO V High 94 65 High a today 100 Lovy a year today 74 24 hours ending 8 a. This month to date Normal for this to Deficiency smco Jan. 1 6.26
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