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Ames Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - September 30, 1963, Ames, Iowa Mba ii it. Volume 97�?no. 77 Amos doily to a Quot Quot Quot Aqa Ames Iowa monday september 30,1963 a a Mdunn Mali ii a a it 1# Mumm Naium change policy for buying new state autos ten cent Des Moines up a the Iowa executive Council today revised its policy on competitive bidding for new car Purchase and decided to permit some state vehicles to be four door models Anc equipped with automatic transmissions. In order to maintain a a balance in the state Fleet the Council decided to split purchases in the future about evenly Between four manufacturers Ford Chevrolet Dodge and Plymouth. Competitive bidding will be continued but Only Between dealers handling the various makes. In the past the bidding has been on an open basis with dealers of All makes bidding against each other. Out of balance state car dispatcher Harvey Montgomery told the Council the a Tate Fleet was getting a out of when the state last bought cars in june a Dodge dealer was Low bidder on 127 vehicles. State auditor Chet b. Akers a Aid the Fleet became top heavy with Plymouth a few years ago and the state lost about $100,006 when the autos were sold As used vehicles because the bulk Sale flooded the Market with one make of car. The new policy however will not apply to Cam bought for the Iowa Highway patrol. It has been customary for Tho a Tate to buy the make of oar prof erred by the individual patrolman. A we be got a lot of Driver it to no a cts h.,.fhll�?�"c.until such use the straight stick Standard transmission a Montgomery told members were getting him into trouble by saying they would not use the new $61,500 aircraft approved by the Council last week for use by the governor and other state officials. Akers replied that had changed his mind and would be Happy to Fly in the plane and syn Horst added that would like to take the plane on a trip to a conference in Miami Fla. Isea to ask Iowa teachers to sign pledge by Harrison Weber Iowa daily press association Des Moines idea Iowa teachers will be asked to pledge themselves to not walking out on children once having signed a contract. The ethics committee of the Iowa state education association headed by Elmer a St superintendent at West Union is recommending the Oledie. It will be voted upon by the Delegate Assembly which meets next february in Des Moines. A on the other hand Quot the committees report states a if the poli Cie which govern any school District become so intolerable that we can not do a professional Job for our students then and Only then will the members of this organization refuse to enter into contract in Birmingham jail two men in connection with bombing bombing is a girls. Col. Ai Lingo head of the Ala Bama state police refused to identify the suspects who were Cai an open charge but held re is train two trucks and a Box car were involved in an Accident Early sunday morning while Chicago and North Western Railroad Crews were switching Cam in the Yards Here. A truck owned by Mattox Transfer and storage 426 main St., was parked partially across the Railroad tricks behind Ames building and 1<>an association 424 main St., when it was struck by the Box car Bein put onto the skiing there. The train can hit the truck. Pushing it sideways into the second truck then the Box car went Tow Quot be. Tore Loos from the under Rouge and ill la Xuy Quot Slon of Clark ave. There. Some of the rails were also torn up in the Accident. Tribune photo by Walt Foley the Council. He added that most Drivers using state cars Are accustomed to automatic transmissions in their private cars and policies Are corrected. The committees recommends Tion states that a the educator who is a True professional can not sacrifice the welfare of children for personal expediency. We pledge ourselves to the professional ethic eight die in traffic accidents by United press International swimming Pool needed report experience a. Shown that the that once having signed a contract state a. Encountered consider for professional service we Able expense for repair of clutches in the a straight stick models. Secy of state Melvin Synhorst mid it costs Only about $125 More to buy a car with automatic a municipal swimming Pool construction program recommended by a special mayors commit a. Tee is a part of an Overall 10-year Raffic accidents claimed eight plan for municipal improvements m was ver the weekend i according to City councilman with the latest reported victims Donald Bledsoe chairman of the an Omaha businessman and his committee. Will not walk out on professional sanctions Are being developed that will provide for a professional jury to discipline a your own some transmission and the state would members already have been sus save the extra Cost in higher re Pended for unethical conduct. Sale value of the vehicles. Some applications for member the Council said it would allow ship have in denied by official the car dispatcher to recommend action it of the executive Board of automatic transmission and four be Iowa Tate education As Socie door models in future bidding but to the Council reserved the right to a professional reject the recommendations. According to the ethics commit several Council members com tee. He a cit5zen it a no More planned that they had to drive qua Ifield t0 prescribe the Educa a straight stick state cars a1 final dosage of mathematics for though they preferred automatic a amp Mye a old then is to transmissions. Prescribe a medicinal mixture for a Lyon Guys Are your worst enemies gov. Harold e Hughes chided. A you approve radios and other the Toga for some departmental ears but you wont do for about air plane the governor said preferred to remain out of the discussion because a a in a getting into enough trouble on this also joked that the Council Community Chest special program a special program on Community Chest activities will be a Bown on Woi to at 10 30 . Board members from the Ames Chest will discuss the Campaign goal and participating agencies. Early donations totalling $3,500 have been received by the Ames Community Chest Dudley Triplett Advance gifts chairman said today. The measles. The professional is not always right in his judgment but when fully certified has acquired special knowledge not possessed by the Layman or John Harold executive Secretary of the teachers group said the association a is simply trying to fulfil its professional responsibility to the citizens of Iowa who have entrusted to teachers their most cherished pork month display set Back display of a hog carcass in a portable cooler on main Street scheduled As a part of the local Observance of pork been delayed. The portable cooler was not operating properly today a spokesman for the Story county Swine producers who planned the display said. If possible the display will be made later this month. Wife who were killed in a two car crash near Missouri Valley sunday night. In addition. Anna Winters. 79. Sheldon. Iowa died sunday in a rapid City s.d., Hospital of injuries suffered sept. 18 in an Accident near the South Dakota Wyoming Border which earlier claimed two lives. Raymond Tangney 60, Omaha and his wife Rose were killed sunday night when their car was in collision with one driven by Clifford Swertzic also of Omaha near Missouri Valley. Other sunday victims were Fred j. Green 26, Des Moines and Cary Donald Moser 3-week-old son of or. And mrs. Clark Moser Guttenberg. Green was killed Early sunday when his car struck an abutment on a Rock Island Railroad underpass about a half mile West of. Altoona. Green alone in his car was killed instantly. The Moser infant died Early sunday at a Guttenberg Hospital of injuries suffered saturday night in a two car head on crash on a county Road North of Colesburg. A saturday victim was Merle Baldner 24, St. Ansgar who was killed As returned Home after renewing his Drivers License at Mason City. Officers said baldness car was travelling at a High rate of Speed when it slammed into a freight train at a crossing one mile East of Toeterville. A six year old boy Robert Ludwig Council Bluffs died in a Council Bluffs Hospital saturday of injuries suffered Friday eve month has Ning in a collision Between his bicycle and a car. The mishap occurred near the Home of the boys parents or. And mrs. Robert w. Ludwig. Two Friday night victims were Gerald Anderson 22, Marathon and Edward Schell 47, Musca Tine. Other committee members who joined in recommending the Pool Are Paul c. Taff of the City recreation commission and Robert Flinger of the Ames schoo Board. Big picture Bledsoe explained today that 10-year improvement programs were developed by each of the City departments during preparations for a comprehensive planning program now underway by the City plan commission. A we took All the parts of the 10-year programs a Bledsoe said a and considered the needs of the Community. A the Pool was Given a greater priority after the recreation commission recommended it and a study by the league of women voters showed the need. The committee feels the Pool is the league report was published in the Tribune last november. The site on the Ames High school grounds was chosen with the idea of stretching the tax Dollar As far As possible Bledsoe said. A dual use facility which would make use of the new streets and parking area already constructed would affect a saving said. In addition the Pool would be centrally located to the population of the Community. 75 Days 365 Days plans Are for an indoor Pool because of the climate the committee chairman explained. A comparison shows maximum use of an outdoor Pool would be 70 to 75 Days a for an indoor Pool it would be 365 Days. A there still would be the same amount of sunbathing area with a Patio and wading Pool for Small children and the swimmers would have the size of the Pool would be dictated by the amount of funds available and by Tho Cost of construction at the time the Pool is built Bledsoe said. The proposal Calls for a 75-by-75 foot Pool but the exact design has not been determined. Iowa state University athletic director Gordon Chalmers and Isu swimming coach Jack Mcguire have been consulted about the Pool plans because of their extensive experience with Pool planning and of their studies before the new Pool at the univer sity. Both men have been consultants in Pool construction and Are experienced with both indoor and outdoor pools Bledsoe said. The year around municipal Pool is but one step in a larger Long Range plan the councilman added. The playground commission also has recommended building an outdoor Pool later in an Extension of continuation of the program. The demand for Winter swimming is on the upswing ,. Its becoming a leading sport a Bledsoe noted. A petition calling for an election on the question of issuing Genera obligation municipal Bonds is expected to be presented to the Ames City Council at its tuesday night meeting. A amp new in offer to buy Rock Island Chicago up a the Chicago and North Western railway has offered $102 million in Cash and securities in Exchange for the Stock of the Chicago Rock Island and Pacific Railroad co. It was the second offer made recently to stockholders in the 7,842-mile line. The Union Pacific a earlier merger offer is still under consideration by the Rock Island stockholders. Today a announcement of the new offer said Rock Island shareholders would receive for each share of common Stock one $30 principal amount North Western 6 per cent collateral Trust income Bond $5 Cash and .2778 of a share of North Western common Stock. North Western said a too per cent Exchange of shares would amount to $87.5 million in Trust income Bonds $14.58 million in Cash and Exchange of 810,320 shares of North Western common Stock. There Are currently 2,916, 711 Rock Island shares outstanding. Should the two railways merge an 18,000-mile line would result stretching from the Gulf coast almost to the Canadian Border. The Rock Island reaches North from Chicago to Minneapolis Minn., and South to Galveston Tex. High City police official said two men identified As . Chambliss and Harles Cagle were being held for state authorities. Both were previously connected with Kun Siux i an activities in Alabama. Chambliss in his 50s, was once arrested for smashing a photographers camera at a klan rally in the Birmingham area and was one of the signers of papers to incorporate a klan group in the 1950s. Cagle 22, lives in a Rural area near Birmingham. He was one of six men arrested near Tuscaloosa ala., last june 8, three Days prior to the first racial integration at the University of Alabama. Police said All six were Enro Ute to a Kun flux klan rally. Cagle was charged with carrying a concealed weapon. The two suspects their faces covered with Small laundry packages that appeared to contain clean shirts were hustled into the to Confer with integration leaders on their next step. King had said last week would recommend a resumption of racial demonstrations if a number of desegregation demands were not met. Birmingham City officials angrily denounced Kings ultimatum and several suggested May be jailed of demonstrations Are resumed. Select jury for murder trial at Boone Boone up selection of a jury for the third murder trial of Michael Faught 19, Mason City began in Boone county District court today. I Quot aught s second trial ended in a Hung jury May 24 and District court judge de Kelly ordered the third trial for the former epileptic patient. Faught is accused of slaying mrs. Jessie Zenor 52, Madrid City jail during the pre Dawn at the state Hospital and school hours. Woodward. Lingo declined to elaborate on the adult class registration open plaintiffs file dismissal in Tribune Case the arrests and countered Al questions with a tense a no indicated others had been questioned about the bombings during the night. The office of gov. George Wallace in Montgomery had announced sunday night that arrests in the bombing that killed four negro girls sept. 15 were imminent. Four hours later at 12 30 . Cost Wallace a press Secretary Bill Jones announced the arrest of two persons in connection with the a Birmingham the troubled Alabama City has had 22 bombings since 1956. Youth was a patient and had been assigned to work foe mrs. Zenor in the Hospital Kitchen. Faught told authorities was angered by her criticism of his work and plunged a 10-Inch Butcher knife into her Chest. The first trial ended is Faughty a conviction of second degree murder. He was sentenced to 50 years in prison but the verdict was set aside by the Iowa supreme court. The High court ruled judge g. R. Hill was wrong in limiting the jury a consideration of evidence and for allowing a Deputy sheriff to accompany the jurors when they left toe premises for meals. To prosecute four dairies 19 others put on probation Des Moines up a a crack sea test foods. Peoria ii and Down in dairies Selling milk with sea test foods Kansas City to. The Nineteen dairies which were a dismissal was filed in District court in Nevada today by plaintiffs Harry Andrews Howard Fisher Robert Fincham and Paul Skarshaug in a Case naming registration for adult Educa the Tribune and others As defend ing classes at Ames High school opens for the fall sessions tonight. Registration May be made by calling 233-1320 or by coming to the first class session. Classes which begin at 7 . Tonight Are Art beginning sewing tailoring knitting Spanish and woodworking. Classes in other subjects will begin tuesday and wednesday evenings. Ants. The plaintiffs had asked judgment for damages allegedly sustained by them from a statement made by Conrad Stephinson at a meeting of the Ames Cly Council and subsequently reports in the sub Standard butterfat Content has resulted in one year probation ror 19 dairies. Iowa agriculture Secretary l. B. Liddy said Sun Day. Liddy added that four other dairies will be prosecuted for Selling a half and half a half milk and half Cream with too Little butterfat. By radio Tribune and broadcast station Kasi. Named As defendants in the action were Stephenson then president of the Ames chamber of Iowa and Federal regulations require half and half to contain at least 11.5 per cent butterfat. Liddy said charges already have been filed at Cedar rapids against the sanitary farms Dairy Cedar rapids and that similar charges will be lodged soon against the Sweet Clover Dairy Clear Lake ecumenical Council meets opens debate document tells nature of Church prestige of Bishops 0\ of the roman a More important role to toe Catholic pity to Church life and contemplates the raising of deacons to an ecclesiastical rank. Threat of be eau Lri Tail Fri i of .,.Pope in the govern-1 As a whole and can be proceeded opened the second session of their shit a also Caho in with As a vehicle for historic Vatican gathering today 8�? g with debate on a document defining the nature of the Church and their own authority. They found it generally accept Able although a number changes were proposed. The first working session of the reconvened Council was devoted to general discussion of a draft document entitled a de ecclesia a a about the the contents of the draft one of 17 awaiting Council action still Are secret. It is understood that the document enhances the authority and prestige of local Bishops As part important passage one passage which May have an important bearing on Christian Unity recognizes that All baptised christians Are in some Way related to the mystical body of Christ even though not members of the Catholic Church. At a press briefing following the closed session in St. Peters Basilica a spokesman said the general consensus of the Council fathers who spoke today was that the document is a acceptable said a formal vote on the general acceptability will be taken tuesday. Then the Council will proceed with a chapter by chapter debate on details of the document. The spokesman said that most of the speakers today took the position that the new draft or a a schema is a a Good foundation on which to build and that it will be a helpful to the ecumenical opening address the.Pope in his opening address invited them to make that role larger and More important than it has been in the past. He said would Welcome a More help and support a More effective and responsible collaboration from his a brother the.Pope made Clear there is no question of repealing the Dogma of papal infallibility formulated by the last ecumenical Council in 1870. But said the a time has now come to spell out the relationship of the Bishops to the.Pope and the Way in which they share his authority As successors to the apostles. The 1870 Council was supposed to do this but its work was interrupted by the arrival of italian troops in Rome. Thus for More than 90 years Catholic doctrine about the Church and the Powers of the.Pope has stood in what Many theologians regard As Commerce the Tribune Hollis j. Nordyke publisher and Rodson l. i Riggs managing editor or. And irs. William Ray then owners of file radio station and City manag Fer Ohn m. Carpenter. Carpenter la was dismissed As a defendent in in Early ruling by John m Schaupp District judge. The Case had been scheduled to go to trial today. Vow poppy Day sales were High the annual buddy poppy Sale of the veterans of foreign wars Here produces sales of the greatest number of poppies Ever according to Robert Campbell service officer for the Ames Post. The 25 salesmen on the streets saturday produced More than $350 in sales Campbell said. Vow members Here join in thanking townspeople for their generous contributions Campbell added. A one sided or unfinished condition.Pope John Xxiii.Pope Paul via a speech sunday touched off speculation today that Hopes to make.Pope Paul Xxiii a Saint. The speculation entered around an unusual part of the pontiffs speech which was addressed directly to the late.Pope. A to dear and venerated.Pope John a began Paul. He continued for several Hundred words in that vein addressing his Praise of the late pontiff directly to him just As if already had been made a Saint or had been beatified. Priest and laymen had varying opinions among themselves on just what the.Pope meant by his surprising action. Iowa traffic fatalities 1963478 1962428 weather noon temperature 72 High 72, noon Low 40, 5 . Year ago High 65 Low 43 barometer 30.15, steady humidity 40 per cent Sunrise 5 54 Sunset 5 45 Ames Boone Nevada fair through tuesday. Warmer tonight Low near 50. A Little warmer tuesday High in the Woer 80s. Iowa fair through tuesday. Warmer tonight continued warm tuesday. Low tonight near 50. High tuesday in Low 80s. Outlook for wednesday fair and pleasant. Five Day forecast temperatures tuesday through saturday will average 5 to 8 degrees above sea Sonal normals. Warming trend first of period and no significant change thereafter. Normal highs upper 60s North to lower 70s South. Normal lows Low 40s North to upper 40s South. Little or no precipitation expected during the period. Placed on probation sold milk in Iowa which tests showed did not contain a High enough percentage of butterfat. The tests were made on homogenized milk and chocolate milk As Well As half and half. Iowa Law requires regular milk to contain at least 3.25 per cent butterfat or be labelled As skim milk. Dairies placed on probation were Marigold Dairy Rochester Minn. Flynn Dairy Des Moines Borden co., Marshalltown Beatrice foods Council Bluffs Evergreen Dairy Iowa Falls perfection Dairy Iowa Falls Robinson Dairy storm Lake Lindemere Dairy Charles City Boone Dairy Boone Harlan Pasteur izing co., Harlan Nelsons Dairy red Oak Scybert a Dairy Atlantic White Star Dairy Denison bunkers Dairy Remsen Sioux Dairy Peterson Carroll Creamery co., Carroll Wells Dairy Lemars and deeds Dairy Cherokee on two counts. A the probation culminated a crackdown that began Loboi of three weeks ago a Liddy said. A the actions followed Annas for the dairies involved. However i would like to emphasize that most of the milk distributed in Iowa is of Fine Quality and none of the dairies placed on probation sold milk that was a health Hazard. None of it contained More than the allowable amount of downtown stores open tonight a til 9 00

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