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Boone News Republican (Newspaper) - August 10, 1955, Boone, Iowa Weather fair tonight. Thursday. Cooler Low tonight 56-58. High thurs about 80. The Boone news Republican Call number i a by 6 30 Pun. Of you Havo not received your paper. Vol. Lxvii no. 187. Vol Xix no. 264. Boone Iowa wednesday evening Augustio 1055 twelve pages evening except sunday a five cent korean demonstrations cause crisis urge Stevenson announce 1956 plans Chicago. Aug. To up a democratic governors attending the 47th annual governors conference trekked Back and Forth be-1 tween Adlai f. Stevenson a sub-1 Urban Home today and Many put pressure on him reveal the ther he will run again for the presidency. In the forefront of the governors who sat Down with Stevenson was a Verdi Harriman of new York. Stevenson s close personal Friend and the Man most widely named Ashi possible opponent the democratic National convention next summer. Harriman went Stevenson s Libertyville. 111., farm Home on tuesday night for dinner and a Good Long talk. The two democrats declined j say whether they talked about toe presidency. But Harriman repeated his support for Stevenson in 1956 and said discussion of whether he will run himself is j too iffy a talk about drowns in Quarry Fairfax. Aug up a Lyle Hurt. 18. Cedar rapids drowned late tuesday in a Stone Quarry near Here w Hile Home on leave from the air Force authorities said he was swimming with Steven Chase 13, Cedar rapids when he became tired and Couldswim Shore. His body a i in about 30 feet of water. Hurricane halts hovers off Carolina coast tall navigating with a tractor Cape Hatteras n. C., aug. To up a Hurricane Connie ground a near halt 225 Miles sea recovered by divers today and spun around in a giant Circle of 125-mile-an-hour winds. The slow Down gave coastal residents time flee Inland and the roads were jammed with vehicles. was still Uncertain just where the mighty storm somewhat diminished in Power but still a killer would against runaway reactor menace All Geneva. Aug up a the California scientist who unlocked the secret of the Hydrogen bomb jibe us. Mainland warned the world today of a new danger the dread a a runaway a nuclear reactor that could be As dangerous As the atom bomb itself. The warning was div re in a paper from Edward Teller of the University of rainout., known As the a father of the Hydrogen bomb and was Echo re in paper by British and soviet scientists the atoms for peace conference Here. Teller working with Rogers Mccullough of the atomic Energy Union oks raise gigs repulse de Moines. Aug. To up a Rok vhf Ponc about 950 Al electrical workers a in a Viva Callo have approved a one Yea con in in tract calling for an Overall 44 i wit la i Phi i ass per cent wage increase with Iowa i i Power is Light . E. Nordstrom local Union of Inchon Korea aug. To of a facial said tuesday the contract three Hundred South korean War j was approved by a a slight mave crans a Torr ried a . Army Jonty of the membership employed in scattered Southern Iowa cities including Council Bluffs Shenandoah. Oskaloosa and Knoxville As Well As Des Moines. Compound on Volmi do Island today but w Ere repulsed by tear Gas bombs before they could capture communist members of the Neutral nations truce supervision a Connie is just spinning around now but our present forecast is that she will head toward Caro Lina when she begins moving again a Miami chief forecaster Gordon Dunn said. A we Are just waiting out now a Dunn said Connie s antics approximate almost exactly those of her 1954 sister Carol. Carol , i we j Hbl came rest in almost the same the implement wednesday morning in a tractor Rodeo or the John Shepard or. Farm area for two or thro Days Jutith tractor Rodeo August then took off on a North hmm h i mate. J. So Isis Cedric Marlow of Boxholm is shown mane vering a land spreader through a Gate smaller than of Boxholm. Was one a a a of the event scheduled there today a a a a a a a a a staff photo by Jim Anderson. A 4 a a a a a a name Pakistan strongman Karachi. Pakistan. Aug. To up a Chandri Mohamad a 50-year-old strongman of Pakistan politics who helped forge the nation s ties with the United j states was named Premier designate today. Governor general Iskander Mirza asked Chandri Mohamad j a try and form a Golem and end the political crisis if and i pre Way of the commission and Mark wills of main Murk overshadowed j the University of California the political All but drafted one of the most dramatic overshadowed the main work of papers of the conference. Wail the governors conference Winch read today by Mccullough. Split second disaster he warned that runaway no a on free j a furnaces May Force the Dent Eien evacuation of entire cities potion construction entire watersheds and turn i stretches of land into forbidden session w As i areas for years. Tould be a split second disaster but an Industrial disaster unknown before i the world. The scientists said nuclear fission must be made As Safe As Gas or electricity for the Era of atomic Power is be hand. They told of an unceasing search for devices make nuclear fission Safe in the laboratories of two continents. Tile paper said that a with All the inherent safeguards that can be put into a reactor there is still no fool proof system. There Are unfortunately certain dangerous characteristics. And this Public Hazard has been one of our main concerns of which got Down business today with a discussion of Highway safety Road building and Pongee failure a Bower s h a program. A highlight gov. Arthur b. s report on How i Home state of Wash in a declared War Quot on High a Slaughter and saved an estimated 200 lives by rigid Law enforcement. But Stevenson and his Cal plans were constantly background even though former Illinois governor mgt Way Northeast course Krushee by Cape Hatteras and hit new land aug. 31 with a punch that killed 66 and caused $500,000,000 damage. A huge area from South Carolina new England was alerted for the oncoming storm. Eva Cau nation was started on an orderly basis. The noisy Waves Wilmington a c., the weather Bureau reported offshore winds had reached steady 45-50 mile per hour velocity 10 20 . Cost. House House checks were made by North Carolina state troopers several beaches weather is fair for farm Day men tour team. Heavily armed american military police under orders a Start shooting if necessary also poured streams of water from fire hoses on the koreans whose six Days of government a inspired riots brought Cartier Iran korean relations a crisis. The american guards were equipped with Gas masks and wore combat helmets As they stood firm against the angry sex South korean soldiers who surged across an 800-foot-Long causeway leading the Island compound and de off sunday when prime tried Force their Way into the hammed All re losing the Leader dominant moslem sunny weather and a complement through a Gate with Only Breeze set the stage for the Boone i i foot spare. County Field Day sprints the. Four or 5 minutes were allowed John Shepard or. Farm outside of for each trick and in Many a Boxholm this wednesday morn i stances the time keeper s clock ticked too fast for determined in trams. The serpentine fete involved backing a Wagon around barrels the last stunt Wras Hook a Wagon with one surely Pla up de minister signed after ship of the league party. Mohammed a. Long time finance minister a regarded As the Man behind the scenes in the my a fair sized crowd gathered Over the gently rolling farm land for the first event of the Das the tractor Rodeo tight contestants were entered in the six part contest designed test the skill of the Best of farm hands. Back up of the tractor the recent policy making of sex pre hooking device. The catch had Toj meter Mohammed a he has sue Click the first attempt. I Vived the downfall of two Cabi a lunch stand pm the grounds and merged As perhaps the provided the spectators with re without tipping them Over. The Belt line up was get a Belt attached the tractor line up on a Pulley. .a1 tonne. a Pohti-1 in the the had no j the con Sarah Garland Dies Home throughout j tor of a safety i each contestant habitually re a Mem ered set the Brake before dismounting his powerful vehicle. Stevenson. The democrats presidential candidate in 1952. I a used a standing invitation toe 26 democratic governors attending the conference drop in their Leisure Liberty re democrats in increasing num Ber took advantage of the offer and some of the governor re j \ is led Thev had urged Steven ton say whether he a candidate. Grass fire tuesday put 4 the boor the id r a red a Call 3 30 . A and Ruby four fire of water a turned John w. Hiles Dies suddenly John w Hilts in 42, of route 2. Boone died very suddenly his Home 9 30 a in. Tuesday evening. He is survived by i daughter. Rosemary a John William Hiles. Hints. Or and mrs John or three Sisters mrs pm. Erv run Ned by ird. The i wife a n a son his Par we Hiles Newton i Dyer of Boone mrs. Roy coun a oilman of California and mrs. I Jewell Edwards of Truesdale la. Funeral services w j Complete this tune bounced later. Ich Are infill be an miss Sarah Garland. 79. A i Long of Boone died her Home 728 Benton Street tuesday evening. Her body was found Early this wednesday by close friends. Mrs John a Jordan and or. And mrs. Howard Mcdermott. Miss Garland was employed for a number of years the Boone Post office until her retirement several years ago. She had been living the Gartland Home since the deaths of her Sisters. Miss Agnes Garland and mrs. Susan Garland. The garlands were among Boones Well known Pioneer families. She was a member of the sacred heart Church a member of the Boone Golf and country club and had been Active in the elks ladies for Many years. She is survived by s sister. Miss Bessie Garland of Chicago and a number of nieces and nephews. Funeral arrangements Are incomplete. Awaiting word from relatives. Freshment As they watched the events. Prepared by the Boxholm band club were sandwiches pie and beverages. Upon the completion of the Rodeo a training course in soil judging was slated. The harrowing contest provided j on the Agenda for this after go fetes the fac-1 Opportunity of driving the noon was a blowing contest land was stressed and tractor around stakes try ing judging contest and a machinery get As close As possible without demonstration. Results Are be knocking them out of the ground i announced after 4 . Backing up an implement is a contestants in the tractor Rodeo Job for entrants who had Back were Eldon Peterson Billy Siglin up an implement through a Lane Bill Schell Daryl Murken David with Only 3 inches free on each Schlieman. Gerald Hoffman ced i aide. I ukr Marlow and Dick Johnson. Strongest Man in the Pakistan government. Although powerful politically he has preferred work in the background and his appointment came As a Surprise political observers the Man considered most Likely get the Post was Hussein Shaheed Sun or award. Leader of the Swami people s league. He announced immediately he was forming a three party coalition the moslem league with 35 of the 80 seats in the constr billets of the communist truce inspectors. No americans or koreans were reported injured in the clash the second in two Days the Island. Seven americans and koreans were injured in tuesdays pre Dawn clashes. Today a rioting was touched off by truckloads of korean reinforcements who poured into the area by truck from Seoul. Until they arrived the koreans had milled around outside the compound shouting threats by loudspeakers. Other koreans circled the Island by Junks and the . A stood by repel a waterborne Landing. The . Army was bending Over backwards remain Calm in the face of Stone and bottle throwing koreans who have stormed five american Corn ule a Rodeo a stunt that seemed give the most trouble was the restricted Gate pushing an pm forecast is for fair Boone county that is. A i j pm Unda throughout Korea and in unt a web y. The front Jared tie 18 ,0dier, with j5 my the Peoplelee be by Hurh Amer Ray a 0 Al Fly a fed dispatches would do Writh 13.itsud the army was getting the Deemon Neme Cheu Dria we a i Mohamad an followed a a a a a made Clear the g i write song about Kate Shelley the by Sherri Stilwell Story of Kate Sheila my Kate Shelley Hir her on in a s b Een set music. Two of a i Soi i writers. Ruth ii ii or d mrs Don Mylenbusch. They g Otth e i Dea during the d avy Crocketrage that has kept the Coli or y. The Stor v of k s he hey i Las become a part i boor in history and holds the Advent ire thai w a Ouid make a Orv f or the a non. The a had i is written this Spring with mrs Mylenbusch writing the lyrics and miss Hiie composing the tune has been published by the Superior melodies company of Ciu Cago. As the Story and song go. Rate was Only 15 years old Back in 1881 when she accomplished her a part Karat task. The tile of the on6 bleachers ids the a qualified with a the girl who fair the saved the train printed below the incident happened july 6 the town of mom Gona. A raging flood had washed out the of Back room negotiations among a u j the political parties affected. J comm j nut polish and czech member of the delegation who Are also unpopular with the americans the crisis was so serious that Gen. Lyman l. Lemn Itier . I far East commander flew i Korea from Tokyo for a showdown with Republic of Korea i president syn Man Rhee. With j him was Gen. L d. White army commander and Rok de i sense minister Sohn won ii. Netted forcing their son sleep p in Merit 5,v on the basement floor on a bread j n j,.t.?m diet. Parents charged for child neglect Waterloo aug. To up a police today questioned the parents of a 7-year-old boy today who were arrested on charges of a Wanton neglect a after they admitted forcing authorities said the Voung Sterns hands were tied behind his Back part of the week he was believed kept in the basement. Work has commenced on the for the Boone county he Fairgrounds. Workmen Are Claude Primrose left and Maurice Knowland. Bleachers the fair. The fair starts monday Are being erected West of the i and continues through thursday. Show barns. Fra and 4-h members from the county Are reported Busy preparing exhibits for through town staff photo by Bridge Over Honey Creek and one Iowa Iii acc civic Ruth Hiie left and mrs. Don i of the now a heroine who Mylenbusch right the composer the Tram staff photo b of the rate Shelley song. Look Over the music and w ords Story j Wolfe Tram had already plummeted i disaster. The song tells of How the girl remembering the night express was due crawled across the trestle the Moin Gona station warn the station master. He flagged the express and the train was saved from destruction. Kate Shelley died in 1912 and her Brave task has been a Story that any Boone person could Tell with All the thrills and excitement that deserves. Jack Shelley radio and newsman is a Nephew of the heroine and As an introduction of the song the Market he played Over the air on a recent pro Gram. was also played the Railroad picnic sunday aug. 7. Copies of the Ballad May be obtained by calling miss Hiie. The song writing team of Hiie a boo boo a Quot what is like up1 i in heaven Quot a Doncall my and j a save the pieces of my broken i heart. 87 per cent parity Des Moines aug up a Iowa Farmers will receive 87 per cent of parity for their Corn this year Dwight w Meyer chairman of the state agricultural stabilization and conservation committee said today. Last year s rates were based on 90 per cent of parity. Price support loan rates on the Iowa 1955 crop will Range from $1.49 $1.58 a Bushel or 4 cents less than for the 1954 crop. The 1955 rates arc based on parity As of feb. 15 and May increased if a Iowa University is Mam a tired not ill in a Moon project avid Des Moines. Aug up a the University of Iowa where strange stovepipe shaped a Rock Oonsa were born will be the source of Many delicate instruments used in planned american series of artificial the White House recently announced the United states will rocket fire a series of basketball sized satellites 200 300 Miles in the atmosphere sometime Between july 1957, and december 1958, during the International higher minimum geophysical year. The tiny a Moons will Circle the earths speeds about 18,000 Miles per hour gathering and Radi oing Back data on mysterious cosmic rays and atmospheric i physics. The information will j pave the Way for Man himself j venture into space. The University entered the pie Continua i on pig two police entered the Casaw Ien e Black Hawk county probation officer asked officers assist in an investigation. Neighbors had reported the boy had not been seen for about a a Eck. The child Jackie Pratt was found sleeping on an old coat in the basement of his Home monday night. A doctor was called the scene but said the boy was not out de but appeared try toe boy was in Good condition in a Hospital. His parents. John Pratt. 32-and his step Mother Virginia. 20, told police Jackie was being disciplined for improper bathroom habits. Police chief Harry Krieg said the couple admitted forcing the child sleep in the basement for a few Days a time because he refused obey their instructions. ,. ,.authorities said the child s but a presidential a a a Ash a ther a divorced from Pratt inf Iii Morsi i tors Ali will conclude through Jim Anderson wit i Parade of the Neutral nations truce inspection teams until saturday leave South Korea. The ultimatum accused them of spying for the communists. Panmunjom the chief Delegate of the four nation Neutral nations supervisory commission called a session today discuss the Rok ultimatum. The swedish and Swiss members were not affected. President syn Man Rhee broke a six Day silence and called the roots a a Normal expression of patriotism but an aide said the 80-year-old Rhee made Clear he strongly objected any violence. Wardly mistreat a but who cod halt the ravenously Hun-1 demons Rah is with a single order gave the Stormy mobs i implied support with 1 erne a his his refer mrs. Beasley 44, Dies Hospital Gettysburg aug. To up a mrs. Mamie Eisenhower has been resting in bed the Eisenhower farm since the weekend or 407 Clifford beast i 44, support level is thought Neces Sarv. He said. A a a a a a a a a yesterday a figures up a a 8 a in a a high�?83 a low�?59 Low last night�?6.3 a 4 temp. 8 .�?66 precipitation�?.16�?� 4 a a a not ill. Merely tired president Eisenhower disclosed tuesday that mrs. Eisenhower s doctor sent her bed rest for j three Days after an Active weekend but the president added that a she is All the president made the remark a group of Maryland cattle breeders apparently explain Why mrs. Eisenhower was not on hand with him Greet them. Hie group gave the Eisenhower j a registered Holstein Heifer. Some time ago and was awarded custody of Jackie and his two Brothers. Later the three boys were taken from her on grounds of neglect after the Mother and another woman were found living in a car. Authorities said Jackie was put in an orphanage. When Pratt remarried he was Given custody of the children. Pratt and his present wife have another son a year old. Authorities said Jackie was suffering from an a emotional i disorder. Later an aide said flatly a mrs. J Eisenhower is not ill she is of Boone dodgers is. Merely tired from a very Active elks cardinals. Little Lea weekend. She had so be guests. The doctor told get a Little rest you know has been very hot up ii tournament championship tonight 5 3� 19-dl enjoy air conditioning Snappy lunch. 9-d2-pd of West ninth Street died 12 45 . This wednesday morning the Boone county Hospital. She is survived by her husband two Daught ers mrs. Be Rene Koppenhaver of Boone and mrs. Caroline Butler of Des Moines her Mother mrs. Fannie Mae Erickson of Boone a Boone three Sisters mrs. Mabel brother Edward Thomas of Bogue of Toledo la mrs. Ida Renshaw and or. Go die Myers both of Boone. Funeral services will be held saturday 1 30 . the sch Roeder funeral Home with Rev. Vance Berg and Captain seder Berg officiating. Burial will be the Boone memorial Gardena. Friends May Call the funeral Home starting thursday morning until Friday noon when the body will be taken the Home 407 West ninth Street where will repose until noon saturday and then be taken Back the funeral Home for services

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