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Winona Daily News (Newspaper) - November 25, 1968, Winona, Minnesota WINONA DAILY NEWS IB Monday, November 25, 196S COMMON GOAL Participants at the 1st District convention of Citizens for Edu- cational Freedom Saturday at Rochester in- cluded, from left, George Hittner, Winona, Winona County CEF chairman; the Rev. Virgil C. Blum, Milwaukee, political science professor at Marquette University and mem- ber of the national CEF executive committee; James Campbell, Winona, representative from St. Martin's Lutheran School, and John Tlougan, Winona, district chairman. Kellogg Sets Benefit for Miller Famil? KELLOGG Minn. (Special) The Kellogg community will give a benefit parly for the Richard D. Miller family at the Municipal auditorium Friday at B p.m. Mrs. Miller, 28, has been a patient most of .the time since May 17 at St. Marys and Metho- dist Hospitals, Rochester, with nephritis and a blood condition. She has been at home intermit- tently for short periods but had to return'for further treatment. She has had a stroke, and is scheduled for surgery Tuesday. Miller is employed at Gould National Batteries, Lake City. They have three children, Jeff- rey, 8, and Julie, 6, who attend the elementary school here, and Joni, 3. They are staying with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Al Freiburg, Kellogg. The benefit will include a tal- ent show featuring the Wabasha square dancers; a raffle; an auction sale; a benefit games party at the American Legion Club starting at 8; a prize donated by the Girl Scouts, and dancing all evening, with music by the Country Boys. Refresh- ments will be served. Anyone wishing to donate should notify Mrs. Everett John- son. Admission will be charged. New Way Of'Fishing WALVIS BAY, South West Africa (Si Hennie Venter was swimming at the beach when a 20-pound steenbras, a fish found locally, attacked him in water about six feet deep. Venter punched and dazed the fish, dragged it on the beach and presented it to the local hotel where it fed the full guest quota. 1.3 Lead Honor Roll at WHS Five juniors and eight soph- omores with straight-A aver- agese are on the Winona Senior High School- first quarter AA IIOPfOR ROLL released by Dr. Carroll Hopf, principal. Juniors are Linda Florin, Kathi Kuhlmann, Donna Lu- kitsch, Dawne Pflughoeft and Lois Teegarden and the sopho- mores, Daniel BeigMey, Karen Chadbourn, Kati Edstrom, Cyn- thia Ferguson, Paul Krone- busch, Lynn Libera, Patricia Sehramm and Robyn Under- dahl. On the A HONOR ROLL are seniors Tom Carlson, Lynn De'utschman, Mark Ferdinand- sen, Margaret Guenther, Mary Laufenburger, Sandra Pittelkd, Susan Sawyer, Gayle Smith and Linda Virnig; Juniors Kevin Brooks, Janika Eckert, Patricia Gpetz, Christopher Johnson, Richard: Shaw, Mike Streater and Linda Tschumper, and soph- .omores Julie Brugger, Philip Carlson, Leanne Heise Laurie Kurd, Herbert Leifeld, Lowell Palecek, Michael Semling, Stephanie Schuler and Donna Virnig. On the B HONOR ROLL are: SENIORS David Albrecht, Mark Allen, Barbara Anderson, Bruce Bauer, Robin Bauer, Rick Baylon, Bonnie Bell, Diane Bergmann, Barbara Bonow, Susan Cada; Rosemary Cady, Barbara Carlson, Nancy Car- ter, Judith Conrad, Douglas Datta, Dan Denzer, Robert Dunn, Diana Ehlers, John Eh- matn, Sheryl Bide, Debra Fort, Fred Gerdes, Jane Heise, Kathleen Henderson, Sharon Herzberg, Jon Johmeister, Cheryl Hoist, Ssuan Hoist, David Holty, Robtrt Hoppe, Jeffery Jilk, Deborah Kaehler, Jane Kreidmacher, Nancy Kvam, Scott Lande, Cheryl Lar- son, Barbara Lehnertz, Cheryl Lehnertz, Carol Lilla, Mike "Thanks a msliion from a mother of nine for your new Mrs. Hazel Buzzi 55 Chapef Road West Barrington, R.I, This is the one I recommend ...it's the best." Lindstrom; Debbie Lux, Steve McGown, David McNally, Mark McQuire, Wendy Mayer, Karen Myers, Nancy Myers, Tim Mil- ler, Paul Molinari, Donna Mun- ighan, Rick Murtinger, Bradley Nilles, Terry Olson, Kathy OIK- en, Mark Patterson, William Pel- lowskl, Wayne Pflughoeft, Ter- ry Risser, Patty Romball, Steph- en Sanford, John Sather, Steve Satka, John Reed, Donna Scher- bring, Alan Schmidt, Mary Scholl, Sidney Schuler, Dawn Schuminski, Richard Sebo, Cle- one Shipsfead, Jim Smith, Di- ane Sorem, Nancy SpSllz, Te- resa Squires, Thomas Steffes, Linda Slender, Tom Stoa, Jay Strange, Mike Styba, Wipawee Sukontakoin, Lynn Thompson, Mary Thompson, Nancy Thomp- son, Janet Tindal, Donald Tlou- gan, Jane Van Alstine, Jill Van Alsline, Sharon Verhagen, Kath- leen Walsh, Jack Walz, Penny Whetstone, Terrance Wilk and Peter Worner. JUNIORS Karen Abnet, Dennis Anderson, Marcia Bam- benek, Christopher Bauer, Wil- liam Baxter, Kathy Blaisdell, Connie Brommerich, Anne Bur- mester, John Capron, Deborah Christenson, Victoria Dalen- berg, Lorie Deufsehmpn, Carol Deye, Debra Dwyer, Paul Echeiard, Richard Emanucl, Scott Epstein, Karen Erickson, Karl Finkelnburg, Greg Fisch- er, Richard Gehlhaart, Patti Gepner, Jessi Gerlach, Steven Gilbertson, Phil Glenne. Paul Hamernik, Cnarmait? Harkenrider, Lucrclia Heise, Mary Herold, David Heydt, Mary Hoffman, Ruth HoJfman, Georgia Hohmann, Terry Hurl- hurt, Arlene Jacobs, Linda Kelm, Mike Kenney, Jean Kies, Marcia Kickbusch, Debra Kinst- ler, Ronald Koehler, Karen Ko- rupp, Mayne Ledebuhr, Roland Limpert, David Lindstrom, Gor- don Lofquist, Roxanne Losinski, Linda Luinstra, Scott McLaugh- lin, Douglas Marston, Frank Morawiecki, David Nelton, Lin- da Pozanc, Mary Prilchard, Janice Ralajczyk, Linda Rea- gan, Ann Richardson, Kathy Rihs, Tom Robinson, Karen Rupprecht, Eric Saecker, Nan- (Contmued on Page 6B, Col, 8) 13 LEAD Area Freedom Unit Told io Gel Involved ROCHESTER, Minn. _ "if we are to enjoy freedom in ed- ucation we have organize and work and fight for it; in other words, get (he Rev. Virgil C. Blum, author, lectur- er and professor. of political science at Marquette Univer- sity, Milwaukee, told the First District convention of Citizens for Educational Freedom at the Holiday Inn, Rochester. Tom Ruddy, St. Mary's Col- lege, Winona, was elected dis- trict chairman. He replaces John Tlougan, Winona, who presided at the Saturday meet- ing. IN PASTOR Blum's keynote address, "CEF or the Demise of Church-Related he referred to the CEF as a grass roots organization through which church related schools can foster moral values as a public service to the country. Regarding the state of Minne- sota he asked the conventioners to consider the tax burden re- sulting from the addition of nonpublic children to the public school enrollment. Using figures from a Wisconsin study, which he said should closely ap- proximate Minnesoi? costs, the annual additional load would be in the area of plus additional facilities cc o s t i n g more than He said the taxpayer should realize from these figures the economy of aiding the cliild attending a private or church related school. "American democracy is an interest group democracy; any group that has a common interest must organize to pro- mote that interest. This, then, is the.purpose of CEF, to act as an instrument organized to give a voice to the private school child in the political arena. The private school child is an or- phan. He needs a voice. "Almost every free country In the world provides tax funds to private schools. Why? Be- cause these countries are com- mitted to freedom-freedom ol the mind in the pursuit of truth. Wherever man has enjoyed freedom he has had to earn that freedom." Panel members discussing educational freedom and aims of CEF included Brother Greg- ory Robertson, president, St. Mary's College. the six resolutions present- ed by the committee chairman James Campbell, Winona, the following were adopted: Re- regarding pupil transportation- field of education that the benefits of such federal interest be legislatively and administra- tively offered on an equal basis to all students in public and non- public schools; regarding shar- ed time _ that a reinburse- ment to parents be given in an amount commensurate with non- public school costs per pupil- regarding pupil transportation that legislation be enacted to provide state assistance for busing children to and from the non-public schools in those areas where such busing Is necessary to the health and safety of the children. STATE President James But- ler, Minneapolis, said the stale convention will be Feb. 13-14 in St. Paul. Approximately SO from the Wmona area attended Including representatives from St. Mary's College; College of Saint Tere- sa; St. Stanislaus, St. Martin's St. John's, Cotter, Cathedral and St. Mary's schools of Winona; Immanuel Lutheran School, Lewiston, and Holy Trinity School, Rollingslone, RUSHFORD, -Minn. (Special) Commander Chalmer Peder- son and Quartermaster James Humble of Joseph M. Johnson Post 5905, Veterans of Foreign Wars, burned the mortgage on the post home at the member- ship dinner Saturday. Some 140 attended. Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard Wox- land, Rushford, were recogniz- ed for having five sons in serv- ice. Daniel just returned from Vietnam and Gary still is there. Membership pins were pre- ;enfed by Humble and Com- mander Pederson gave a history of the post, which was organiz- ed in 1346 with 27 members. They met in the South Rushford school until 135G and then for purchased the building where ice cream had been made by Harold Anderson and Arthur Swenson, now living in California. THE POST borrowed to purchase and renovate the plant and later borrowed more to further improve it. It was on this debt that the post burned the mortgage. Receiving ptm were Wlnton Chrljleraai and Nans Dammcnj is-vear Pins, amard Iwrson, Harvey Jofiimn, Jofimon. Alton Worktn, Mar- vin Manto, Robwl Olson, Jardlene Ovtfland and Sidney Woxlantf; 10-year pins, Basil Brolimsn, Lulher Mylno, Dr. Harvey Posl, Allen Randall and Fwresl Smllh, and 3-year pins, Arnold Possum, Selmer Possum, He- SENATE OFFICERS Sen. Ernest C. Kcppler, left, Shcboygan, new majority feeder of the Wisconsin legislative body, congratulates 10th District Senator Robert P. Knowles, right, representing Buffalo, Pepin, Pierce and three other area counties on his election as president pro lemporc of the Wisconsin State Senate for the second consecutive term. He served as slale majority leader in both the and 1965 scssioas. PRESTON, Minn. Officers were j-e-elected when Killmore County Historical Society held the annual meeting Saturday in the museum at the courthouse in Preston. They were George Gullickson, Spring Valley, president; Mrs. Charles Drake, Lanesboro, vice president; Burr Griswold, Ma- bel, secretary, and 0. T. Simon- son, Lanesboro, treasurer, Di- rectors elected for three-year terms were Orval Amdahl Preston; Mrs. Martha Ness, Rushford, and Mrs. Drake Oth- er members are Mrs. Kathleen Habberstad, Rushford, Mrs. B. A. Gjerdrum, Spring Grove, and Moppy Anderson, Preston. Simonson reported a balance of Amdahl reported on BURNING THE MORTGAGE James Humble, quar- termaster of Joseph M. Johnson VFW Post 5905, left, holds the mortgage as Commander Chalmer Pederson touches a match to it. (Mrs. Bob Bunke photo) Rushford VFW Burns Mortgage Clustey, Slan (Jovian, Revere PeJerscn, Eldas Jotin Weniell, Law- rence Westby and Allen j. Carlson..... All are of Rushford except Hans DammeM, who lives at La Crosse, and Allen J. Carlson of Houston. JACK MacLcan, conmicrical supervisor for Ace Telephone Association, was speaker. He said tlie VFW should spread un- derstanding and good will and should strive for better commu- nications in the years to come. Members, he said, should fol- low the motto of the American Field Service, "Walk and talk together, all the people of the earth, and we shall have peace." He said Husliford has been striving toward this goal by hosting six exchange students for six different countries. Wendell Nordby, chaplain, gave the invocation. Man Drowns After Falling From Bridge WABENO, Wis. W-Sam Alec, 50, of Wabcno, drowned Sunday when he slipped and fell into the Oconto River while walking across a bridge. His body was found in 18 inches of water. The Forest County Sheriff's ottice said Alec apparently, struck his bead when he fell. Fillmore Historians Elect the number visitors the lart year. The society will assist Lanesboro and Fountain in centennial observances next year and plan displays in eacij village. Next meeting will be in Rush, ford next month. 32 Killed in Crash Of Chartered Plane VIENTIANE, Laos (AP) _ An Air America C46 plane char- tered by the U.S. Agency for In. t e r n a t i o n a 1 Development crashed soon after takeoft from Savannakhet today, killing 32 of the 34 persons aboard. The passengers were mainly U.S. Aid officers and local em- ployes. getour BRAKE SAFETY VALUE TOTAL COST IABOR 1 'o3-'68 Ford '63-'68 Chevrolet '43-'68 Rambler MANY OTHER CARS Not Just a Brake Reline, but a COMPLETE BRAKE OVERHAUL HERE'S WHAT WE DO; 1. 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