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Iola Register (Newspaper) - November 2, 1971, Iola, Kansas THE lOLA REGISTER VOLUME 75, 8 THE lOLA TUESDAY NOVEMBER 2, 1971 EIGHT PAGES - 10 CENTS Just to say Saturday night the Budapest Symphony will perform at the Bowlus Fine Arts Center and bring with it an outstanding young pianist as This performance is unique fior lola in at least erne It will be the first time so large a group of guests from an overseas nation has appeared in our Not may be that most of the musicians who will be on the stage have never been in it is highly likely this is their visit to an English speaking nation Their first concert in the United Slates will be played tonight in When they arrive in lola it will mark their fourth performance before an American Now that we know they're we should bake a It would be a shame if this made up of not greeted with a determined to make them feel as welcome as possible for their brief The Register rarely presumes to that attendance to an event is a civic This is one when a good case can be made for breaking this Genuine is one of the hallmarks of should do their to make this tour of a strange land a heartwarming experience for these Go to the Budapest Symphony make a stranger feel Chief of police discusses young drivers lolans want to get the restrictions on 14- and 15-year-oid drivers they should talk to the not the Chief Everett Shepherd said Shepherd said that local officers have been contacted numerous times lately by parents why their holding restricted are so restricted and why some have been we can do is the we don't make the veteran police chief biggest problem is that a few parents are lax in making their children obey the restrictions on their licenses and this upsets who are in the who do follow the letter of the he it is brought to our attention that a child is driving a motor vehicle in violation of restrictions on a we're going to see that it is Dezso winner of the Robfert Schumann International Piano competition in 1969, will be the featured soloist when Concert here to feature youthful piano virtuoso of the United States this The orchestra will come to lola from Kansas where it is to appear at the Budapest Symphony Theatre on November 4. appears in the Bowlus Fine Arts Center Saturday Ranki will play the Piano certo in A minor by Schumann concerto is one of three major the will play The others will be the Overture by Rossini and Concerto for though still in his teens has been giving concerts professionally for the past two A piano since the age of he is new ranked the top of the world's young He has appeared with symphony orchestras in Paris and Weimar prior to joining the Budapest Symphony for its extensive tour It will then appear at Hays on Sunday and is booked to perform at the Macky Auditorium in before back East. On its return appearances are scheduled at Pittsburg and Lawrence in then in New York and D.C. The symphony will appear at Carnegie Hall in New York and at the J. Kennedy Center The was after the second world war and has performed extensively in The tour marks the initial appearances of this in the Western It is being sponsored by tlie Area servicemen exercises in li Among the more than 11,000 troops fn Exercise III in Germany last month were at least two servicemen froim Alien Army 4 Robert D. 21, son of Mr. and Mrs. Pete 405 is a driver with Headquarters 1st 63rd the 1st Division at Ft. His lives in Junction Army 4 L. 25, stan of Mrs. Patsy M. Route 1, is a field wireman in Battery 1st 7th Artillery of the 1st Infantry Division at Ft. His lives in The Big Red One Division consists cf three The 1st and 2nd are based at Ft. and the 3rd brigade is permanently stationed at School board eyes insurance The men of the 1st and 2nd Brigades with support to Germany to join the 3ixl and move to the exercise area extending from Munich to near the in the exercise placed testing procedures for and deploying Army units once they rather than on rapid air from the U. S. In the field maneuver phase of the units of the 1st Infantry Division and the 4th Mechanized Battle Group engaged dn simulated combat with the aggressor Forces of the U.S. 1st Armored stationed in and the German 35th Panzer Grenadier III is the third annual operation in the The exercises are designed to fulfill U. S- commitments to NATO and those made in the 1967 trilateral agreements between the U. the Kingdom and the Federal Republic of government and its appearance in loia was made possible by Arts and the Allen County Cultural Attractions Tickets are on sale at main floor seats are and balcony concert tomorrow A The Dean Davis Willi appear in concert at the Bowlus Fine Arts Center tomorrow night ait 8 p. m. under sponsorship of the County Community Junior College Student The three male musicians and a girl presents a of popular punctuated bv humorous banter and homespun They have appeared on throughout Nebraska and South Dakota and have made USO tours which took them to the hvo Vietnam and many other Pacific All tickets are Thoy are on sale at Eyler at the and will be available at the box Senior to entertain parents Night for the lola Senior High School will be conducted tonight at the Bowlus Fine Arts Registration for parents of juniors and seniors be held from 7 to 7:30. At 7:33 there will be a general in the with presentations by the orchestra and choral At 8 o'clock parents will be en about at the school th's year such as equipment and Insurance coverage and meetings occupied the Unified District 257 board of education last The board with its Stanley awl Ralph representing local insurance amd workmen's compensation The board took a long look at the need for these type coverage and their The discussion was a matter of for the board and we have to from time to Ennor The board scheduled an accountability workshop for all instructors in the system the afternoon of November 30. Classes will be dismissed that and a team of educators from Kansas State Col lege of Pittsburg will meet with the local to discuss measurable objectives in the lola The board agreed to with the local a professional negotiations agreement for future salary In other the Accepted the vocational agriculture shop Were told that an be held in on November 22. Some members will attend the but the delegation won't be firmed up until Approved attendance at the Kansas Education Association meeting in Parsons Thursday by Mrs. Ruby and Mrs. Lela district Leonard Smith and Mrs. Thelma Pence are the Mrs. Anita De third grade teacher ait She plans to join her husband who is in the Time to think of decorating for Christmas The lola High School are conducting their sale orders will be taken until Anyone not already contacted one of the may place an by calling lola 365-2431. The club is offering decorator kits for wreaths for English holly for a bag and for The greenery will be delivered in ample time for decorating in employe relations meeting will Selective Service explains rules senior officers at the lola High School this They are from Kent Cindy Sally Mike vice WASHINGTON - Selective Service created a new draft deferment classification today to enable the service to business with people likely to be drafted let the other people go about their Deputy Director Daniel J. Cronin said the new expected to go into effect in establish a holding classification for most 18-year-olds and some men over 18 and abolish the old catchall The proposed rules also establish new procedures for draft board exemption and deferment hearings designed to enable a young man to make fair representation of his without permitting protesters to clog up the draft officials The new draft law requires that the rules be published in the Federal Register 30 days before they go into effect to comments or Unless they ask for special 18-year-olds will be put in the holding group until their lottery numbers are during the year they reach 19. If they have high numbers and are safe from the they'll remain IH and save bother for both them and their draft The lY classification is to be because it raised many lumping various draft-exempt men such as criminals and physical cases into one In the men are to be classified meaning acceptance or meaning their cases are being Temporary such as bone would put men in the The new hearing procedures permit a young man to appear with witnesses before his local board to press his claim for deferment or 15 minutes shall be deemed appropriate for this the rules and more than three witnesses can be Cronin said draft boards may permit more time or witnesses but will be able to cut off any effort to disrupt their work by men presenting voluminous applicants for ex emption or deferment could appear before their local boards but were not allowed The new rules also will allow personal appearances before state or presidential boards but without We don't have the time or the personnel to set up check lanes every day and catch all of the but we are going to crack down even more than we Shepherd parents don't realize they're as responsible as the child if he is caught driving in violation of restrictions on has license and liable to bo and he out Osawatomie is on government switch Kan. - Osawatomie voters went to the polls today to decide whether to retain the present form of city government or switch to a Under the present in operation since 19(;3, three elected commissioners employ a full-time The new put forward by 370 calls for election of a mayor at large and two councilmen from each of the community's four Lacy finds alarmism appalling Kan. - Jack Director of says the orderly process of managing pollution in Kansas is being hampered by exaggeration and in a speech to the Kiwanis we allow legislation to be passed that ds designed solely to protect the mass of humanity jammed into our metropolitan you can expect such far-reaching laws to have their effect in every town and farm in the the public continues its enchantment with the ecological alarmist who blame agriculture for the nation's then the public had better be ready to do without much of its high-quality low-cost food when the fertilizer and chemical tools are legislated Lacy said agriculture and business have progressed in Kansas a balance of natural environment and the technological environment and this balance must if is to remain the basis of our future economic Lacy said the price tag on water and air pollution control in America could be as high as what conditions a 14- or 15-year-old driver may operate a motor To and from hv the most direct route between tl hours of 7 a. m. and 7 p. m. To and from practice between those hours by the direct route band h nn accredited school To and from Sunday or Furm may drive on errands by the most direct Restricted crivers may not operate a vehicle under the following To the location of a To athletic practice athletics are not accredited school City may not drive a vehicle on any holders of restricted licenses may drive a vehicle If a licensed adult is in the front of the vehicle with Public supports court nominees WASHINGTON - received by the Senate Judiciary Committee arc overwhelmingly in support of President Nixon's Supreme Court Lewis F. Powell Jr. and William The is to start its hearings and an assistant attorney general and former Phoenix is expected to be questioned Less opposition has surfaced to the nomination of a millionaire lawyer and former president of the American Bar than to The ABA'S committee on the federal which been investigating qualifications of both is expected to notify the Senate of its position before the hearings Walter E. Craig of whom Powell succeeded - as president of the wrote the Senate committee that he could think of no two lawyers better to serve on the than those Nixon One of the letters strongly endorsing Rehnquist came from Herbert L. state ' Democratic chairman in Arizona and a lawyer who wrote he had been active in the civil rights movement there and had served as counsel for the Arizona branch of the American Civil Liberties I were a even given my own political I would the President's Ely said in his Oct. 28 letter to Sen. James 0, the committee superb intellect and competency cannot be legitimately Ely He also have absolutely no evidence to suggest that he is a bigot or a The principal issues raised by opponents of nomination concern his positions on civil rights and civil Rep. N. McCloskey indicated oppose Nixon in the primaries as an antiwar to testify in behalf of ' A petition sent to the committee urging the Arizona lawyer's confirmation was signed by all the judges on his state's Supreme Court and Court of The governing of the Arizona Bar also strongly endorsed as did Jack F. Powell Jr. William H. Temperature High yesterday 70 Low last might 39 High a year ago today 44 Low a year ago today 33 Precipitation 24 hours ending 8 a. This month to date Normal for this month 2.47 Total this year to date Excess since LOCAL OUTLOOK - Frost or light freeze warning tonight clear and colder with frost or freezing low in the low 30s; Wednesday sunny and cooler with a high in the low to mid 50s. Kansas extended outlook Thursday through Saturday cool Thursday becoming warmer Friday and of widely scattered showers northwest lows Thursday lower 20s northwest to lower east warming .by Saturday to upper 30s northwest to upper 40s highs in the 50s in the 60s and in the 70s Jail system noted psychiatrist says Kan. - Dr. Karl Menninger charged Monday that the nation's system of city and county jails is a creation which degrades a before he is convicted of makes it impossible to Dr. chairman of the board of trustees of the Menninger Foundation in made the remark in a news interview after the Committee on Penal Reform of the Kansas Association of Mental Health had presented him an inch-thick printed report describing conditions in penal says the jails have to they must but they don't Dr. Menninger heathenism to treat people like Jails are so they're He said prison system is so much better the nation over than the jail There are other ways to take care of dangerous they are But you don't put them m are already dis- organized You don't cure disorganized people by locking them up and beating and that's what happens in wouldn't put animals in some of these jails that are maintained in some The report was presented by Mrs. Lynne chairman of the penal reform and Jerry president of. the mental health The made no evaluation of the Kansas Menninger said Kansas has done well in recent years to improve its corrections program but urged that the state dragging its and build the proposed training center which has been on the drawing board several Menninger said Kansas way ahead of many states in the liberal attitude of its judges toward that Kansas courts tend to hand out more severe penalties than those in other states do sentence people to He praised the Kansas Reception and Diagnostic in Topeka as a model for other states to but chided the state for moving so slowly in building the would not blame Gov. Robert Docking for not putting more money mto the budget last year for the and for juvenile corrections He said if anyone were to blame it was Menninger himself for not doing a job of advising the ' Menninger serves as a semiofficial adviser on penal matters to but confessed he has not advised the governor for two x Mrs. Sieverling said study is being made by committee on the Lansing the state's jails and the i The mental listed as its Ithe 1972 immediate funds to
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