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21 Nov 1960

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21 Nov 1960

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Boone News Republican (Newspaper) - November 21, 1960, Boone, Iowa Wrather fair Windy and warmer Mon. Night lows in lower 40s. Tues partly Windy and turning cooler. The Boone news Republican vol. A xxi no. 275. Vol. La no. 44. Boone Iowa monday evening november 21, 1960. Dial be 21234 a by 6 30 pm if you have not received your paper. On saturday�?3 p m. Ten pages evening except sunday a seven . Backs presidents Atlantic policies Boone county population fixed at 28,037 persons final census report Given the final report of the u. S. Census Bureau received monday put the population of Boone county at 28.037 persons with 12,468 living in the City limits of Boone. This is 44.5 percent of the total population of the county the report shows there Are 3,-811 people living in other towns in the county and 11,758 persons living in the Rural areas. The final report shows the following breakdown for Boone county Amaua township. 545 Beavertown. 115 Beaver township. 399 Berkley town part Cass township .2,178 Colfax township. 548 Luther part. 2 Des Moines township 13,756 City of Boone.12.468 Dodge township 922 Fraser part 123 Douglas township.2.175 Madrid City part. 1,843 Garden township. 1.018 j Madrid City part. 443 Sheldahl part. 35 j Grant township. 098 Boxholm. 250 Harrison township .570 Jackson township. 021 Marcy township. 770 Ogden part. 117 Peoples township. 478 Pilot Mound township 480 Pilot Mound. 190 Fraser part. 3 Union township 556 Berkley part 51 Worth township a. 529 Luther part. 145 yell township. 1.794 Fraser part Ogden part. 1,408 the Complete population of the towns in the county other than the City of Boone is Berkley 58. Beaver 115. Boxholm 250, Fraser 124, Luther 147. Madrid 2.286, and Ogden 1.525. Towns surrounding Boone county and in this area include Sheldahl. 279, Stratford 703, Story City 1,773, Stanhope 46l Slater 717, Woodward 967, grand Junction 949, Bouton 145, and Dayton 820. Iowa figures Washington nov. 21 a the census Bureau reported monday that Iowa a 1960 population was 2,757,537 with 53 per cent of the total living in Urban areas. The Urban area population As of last april i. When the figures were compiled was 1,462,512 and the Rural area was 1,295,025. The report listed the state s five largest cities As Des Moines 208,982 Cedar rapids 92,035 Sioux City. 89. 59 Davenport. 88,981 and Waterloo 71,755. Iowa showed a 5 2 per cent population gain in the last to years. The 1950 total was 2,621,-073. Chamber nominees Are announced ballots soon ballots for the election of four new directors for the Boone chamber of Commerce will be in the mail within the next few Days. Robert Mickle president announced today. There Are eight nominees for the four slots to fill the three year term. Outgoing directors Are j w. Kueck Donald Ryers or. G. H Sutton and Melvin Josephson. Nominees include a. C. Jensen vice president of Ballett construction company Stanley Moffitt vice president of Herb Moffitte a inc. Ralph w. Tibbils general manager George a. Rolf is co. Fred Groat owner of Groat implement or. John m. Wall Marvin Lauritsen owner o helium insurance company Paul f Hellwege attorney and Robert f Christensen cashier Citi pcs National Bank. The new directors will be seated on the Board of directors at the first of the year. R % Quot to v nip . To p. A. A amp a Quot it a % a a in a to fizz it in an Effort to provide Complete fire inspection for the City of Boone and the six townships in the fire Protection area a recently purchased car has been placed into service. Since 1948 Boone firemen have provided Protection in Des Moines Dodge Harrison Jackson. Worth and Colfax townships. In order to provide Complete inspection service it is necessary to provide some Type of transportation for either chief Robert Robertson or one of the firemen. They Are constantly making inspections of schools business buildings and other buildings in the area. The new fire chiefs car is equipped with radio Flasher Light and High powered Siren so that it can be used As an emergency car both Day and night if necessary. The fire chief is shown Here with the new car. Staff photo by Jim Anderson. Knife wielding congolese hit at americans two Are injured Leopold Ville the Congo nov. 21�? up a a crowd of knife wielding congolese sunday fell upon three american men and a woman whose car accidentally killed a negro cyclist. Two of the americans were wounded. Chief warrant officer Clyde St. Lawrence of new Bedford mass., a member of the military attaches staff at the u. S. Embassy was stabbed three times As he ran from the car he had been driving. Frank Carlucci of Wilkes Barre pa., political officer at the embassy stayed at the scene so j the others could get away. He j was stabbed in the Back and beaten before he jumped aboard a passing bus. U. S. Military attache it. Col. Edw Ard Dannemiller and his wife. Four killed Over weekend in Iowa by the associated press four persons died in traffic accidents on Iowa roads Over the weekend including an elderly Lake Mills Man and his son. Erick Vermedal 87, and his son Clarence 55, both of Lake Mills were killed late saturday when a car in w hich they w Ere Riding collided with another vehicle on Highway Ici about one mile North of Vinton. Their car Wras driven by an j other son. Joseph. 49, of Vinton he was hospitalized in Vinton with broken ribs. The other car was driven by Darrell Geltz 18, of Brandon w to suffered nose lacerations. Robert Leo Polly. 39. Of Whit ing was killed Early sunday when the car he was driving crashed into a tree on Highway 175 in Onawa he u As alone. Authorities said he apparently Hadj fallen asleep at the wheel. Clifford Jewett 62, of Osage was killed Friday night when his car failed to make a curve on Highway 218 six Miles North of Osage and went into a ditch. J a a a a a a a traffic Foll a state of Iowa a total 1959688 this Date 1959603 a this Date 1960549 a Bourn county total 1959 14 a this Date 195914 it this Date 19604 City of Boone this Date. 19592 a i Otal. 19592 a i his uate 13b00 a a a a a a i a i i to a a a i a pushed through the Crow d unhurt while it went after St. Lawrence. The latter w As picked up by a u. S. Vice Consul Alison Palmer of Amityville. Long Island n. Yew to happened to be passing in her car. St. Lawrence was taken to j to valium Hospital and Given a blood transfusion. His condition was described As not serious j Carluccis wound required three stitches. The four americans were in i route to Leopold Villez a Airport to j see off Deputy undersecretary of state Loy w. Henderson leaving after a two Day visit. . Wins Japan election Tokyo. Nov. 21 Ltd a Japan a pro a . Ruling conservatives rolled Back to control of Parka ment today but failed to get the All out backing they had asked of the nations voters. The conservatives claimed j their Victory Wras a broaden a do sement of the .-Japan se-1 purity pact and other close ties w Ith the West. Their leftist opponents claim-1 de leftist gains proved just the opposite. The nationwide sunday ballot a my that returned prime minister Hayato Ikeda a Liberal democrats conservatives to Power followed the same general pattern of elections in Japan since world War ii. It showed a con a Serva Tive majority battling a slowly but steadily increasing leftist minority. A Middle Road Appeal made by the democratic socialist party j was crushed As japanese voters repeated their Sharp swing to the right and left. The communists made their Best showing in to years increasing their vote from 2.6 to 2.9 per cent and Wunning three seats. The vote came against a Back i ground of mob scenes in Parka-1 ment violent demonstrations against the u. Security pact and president Eisenhower a i cancelled visit to Japan. While party leaders played on foreign policy themes during the Cam Paton regional and Domestic is-1 sues and personalities were As always important. With All but one of 467 parliamentary seats decided the unofficial count gave this breakdown Liberal democrats 296, socialists. 145, democratic socialists 16. Communists 3, agrarian in independents 5. I Carlucci said the cyclist crossed the Road in front of them then turned Back As they swerved to miss him putting himself directly in the path of the car. Sacred heart goal a 50,000 it. Rev. Msgr. John j. Ryan pastor of sacred heart Parish has announced the minimum goal of $150,000 in the sacred heart Parish fund Campaign. Msgr. Ryan emphasized that the $150,000 figure represented the Bare minimum needed to proceed with planned construction. Quot a More realistic and practical figure w Ould be much More a msgr. Said. Actual solicitations will not begin until sunday dec. 4, following Benediction of the blessed sacrament at 1 30 p. In. It is expected that most of the pledges will be obtained on that Day with the balance completed in the next couple of Days. First payments on pledges Are not due until sunday dec. 18. And Are payable Over a three year period. Pledges can be paid either weekly monthly quarterly. Semi annually or annually. The Campaign organization started with some 15 chairmen and will eventually reach a total strength of 125 men of the Parish when completed msgr. Ryan pastor and honorary chairman and treasurer expressed his appreciation of the Fine cooperation and enthusiasm received from the men who have volunteered to work in this great Parish crusade a sacred heart parishioners Are to be commended for their spirit of loyalty in recognizing the urgent need for this building he said. In addition to the chairmen who were announced previously the following is a list of team chairmen Ray Flannery Thomas Quinlan. Richard n. Schroeder Ray j. Seitz and r. H. Wiebe. Melvin Stolz Robert Strain Don Sudderberg Irvin f. Vaske and Law rence Yegge. Bernard a. Judge William e. Hading Maurice Keller. Raymond a Mccoy and William e Pfeiffer. James Ballantyne John Carver Don Chapman. Arden j. Col son Joseph Davis and Lloyd m. Hines. Robert j. Digmann Richard d Farley i be fell Gham Norman c. Heisterkamp Howard i. Donohue and Kenneth d. Hale. Uneasy quiet sweeps Over new Orleans new Orleans. Nov. 21 up an Uncertain quiet prevailed in this troubled deep South City today As it waited for a three judge Federal court to Rule on school integration. The three Southern judges considered these paths of action 1. A school Board request to suspend integration until Federal state differences Are settled. 2. A Federal move to enjoin state officials and prevent their interference with school integration. A temporary restraining order now effective expires when the court rules. 3. A state motion calling for dismissal of action against Louisiana officials and the return of schools to their traditional segregated basis. The motion stems from a rarely used interposition act w hich advocates say gives the state Power to use its sovereignty As a shield to Block the Federal integration order. Judge Richard t. Rives of Montgomery ala., chief judge of the 5th u. S. Circuit court of appeals declined to say when the ruling we Ould be handed Down. While City and state officials awaited a court decision. New Orleans Public schools closed for a w Eek a Holiday. Police reported a Calm weekend in Sharp contrast to five Stormy Days that followed the admission of four negro first graders to to o w Hite schools last monday. A financial squeeze was expected this week against the i Money beset new Orleans i school Board faced Wuth a $2-i million teacher payroll. The state was reported ready to Transfer $1.5 million of school Board funds from new Orleans Banks to state chartered Banks in Shreveport. That would put j the Money beyond the jurisdiction of Federal courts in Case the j government attempts to freeze the funds. Russia orders attache out Moscow nov. 21 up a maj. J but was expected to return to Irving t. Mcdonald assistant Moscow immediately to prepare . Air attache was ordered to leave. Today to leave the soviet Union j news of the expulsion circular the charge of conduct in eco a a reception at the mexican embassy Given for the 50th an football contest winners first prize�?$10.00 Herbert irbe 616 so Boone St.�?16 Correct Price from Miller drug second prize�?$5 of Riel Houge 1004 4th St.�?16 Correct Price from Riekenberg i becoming a military attache. The russians accused Mcdonald of engaging in activities considered Here As espionage. He is the second . Air attache expelled from the soviet Union in recent months. Minister counsellor Edward i. Freers w As called to the foreign office this afternoon and told that Mcdonald must leave As soon As possible. Here it was supposed that the expulsion order w As in retaliation for the arrest of Igor y. Melenk chief of the russian translation Section of the United nations in new York aug. 27. Melenk is accused of espionage. Mcdonald of Provincetown mass., was mentioned w Hen the russians last August expelled col. Edwin m. Kirton of Palo Alto. Calif the . Air attache. The soviet government accused Kirton of organizing a spy apparatus and issued a warning against Mcdonald for w hat it said was similar activity. The . Embassy denied the charges against both men. Mcdonald was on a tour in Southern Russia when the order for his expulsion w As delivered space capsule attempt fails Cape canaveral i a., nov. 21 up a an attempt to launch a Man in space capsule on a crucial test failed today. The Redstone Booster ignited and Cut off and then a rocket escape Tower broke Loose and shot several thousand feet into the air. The Redstone and the one ton unmanned capsule w Ere left on the . The 154-foot tall Tower resembling a miniature Oil Derrick and powered by three Small so lid fuel rockets pulled free from the capsule and Rose through a Low hanging Cloud Bank. About 40 seconds later it fell Back onto the Cape about 2.000 feet from the launching the Redstone was to boost the Bell shaped capsule 130 Miles into space and drop it in the Atlantic 220 Miles downrange Niv Ersary of the mexican revolution. Demos study change Over Palm Beach. Fla. Nov. 21 i up a the big task of shifting a i government control from the j Eisenhower administration to the new democratic regime gets president elect John f. Kennedy a personal attention today. Kennedy arranged to Confer most of the Day at his Atlantic Shore Home with Clark Clifford his chief Liaison Man with the outgoing republicans. Clifford who served As special counsel to president Harry s. Truman was picked by Kennedy shortly after his nomination last july to make a study of the problems of transition from one administration to another. Clifford had the study Well under Way when Kennedy won the nov. 8 election. Since then Clifford has conferred twice with president Eisenhower a chief aide Wilton b. Persons. These conferences and the Kennedy Clifford talks today will be climaxed soon by a meeting of the president elect and Eisenhower for a top level discussion of the change Over. Sitting in with Kennedy and i Clifford for at least part of the talks will be prof. Richard Neu Stadt of Columbia University. Neustadt is a specialist on the problem of government transition. From his two advisers Kennedy will get a list of some 150 top positions for which he will be choosing appointees Between now and his inauguration Jan. 20, or immediately thereafter. Hundreds of lesser jobs also must be filled. Five Day Outlook temperatures tuesday through saturday will average 7 to to the escape Tower which is de degrees above seasonal normals. Signed to pull the capsule free j cooler wednesday. Normal Max and get it Back to Earth safely in Case of a malfunction in the 1 i Booster ignited almost simultaneously with the Redstone. This added some confusion to the scene. Mums 36 North to lower 40s South. Normal minimum near 20 North to mid 20s South. Precipitation will average .30 to .50 in the form of rain last half of period. Johnson in bipartisan talk at nato Paris nov. 21 president elect Lyndon b John son Drew cheers today As he told legislators from Atlantic Alliance countries that the United states stands by president Eisenhower a Atlantic policies. Johnson said the u. S. Election in no Way was a a repudiation of president Eisenhower a support for the instruments of Mutual strength in Western the tall Texas senator was loudly applauded As he strode into the Assembly room of the parliamentary conference of the North Atlantic treaty organization. His vigorous bipartisan speech was frequently interrupted by applause of legislators drawn from All Over Western Europe and Canada Johnson made a political tour of the Hall shaking hands All around at the conferences opening session. He strode across the Hall to warmly shake hands with French Premier Michel Debre who spoke just before Johnson. Debre disclaimed any attempt on the part of French president Charles de Gaulle to weaken nato on the contrary Debre said. It was de Gaulle a idea to strengthen nato by increasing the French weight in the organization. And Debre added. Nato is needed As much now As at its formation to years ago and the a cruel menace of the soviet Union is As Strong As Ever. Speaking at the opening of the annual parliamentary conference of the North Atlantic treaty organization nato Johnson made a vigorous bipartisan Appeal for a a new Long step toward a Richer meaning for the Texas senator told 200 assembled legislators from nato s 15 countries a a the voice of isolation is stilled in a a new generation of americans a who came to Early maturity fighting for Freedom on the Fields of Europe and the islands of the Pacific is coming to Power in the leadership of our land a Johnson said. Johnson stressed that he was speaking As a senator and not specifically outlining policies of i the administration of president elect John f. Kennedy. However Kennedy read the speech when he and Johnson met last week in Texas. While Johnson a appearance Here had Long been planned he was aware that the u. S. Election had elevated its importance and that the speech would be watched. Especially by europeans As the first indication of the new administrations foreign policy. The speech indicated the Kennedy Johnson administration would be More receptive toward moves to expand natos influence beyond the military Field. He warned that the u. S. Election a was not a Call to an easier life. It was a Call to a More responsible Hornbeck s at Moin Gona Burns an old landmark known for years As Hornbeck in Moin Gona was destroyed by fire this monday afternoon. The House was occupied by the Robert l. Gardner family at the present time. Ogden and Boone fire departments were summoned firemen in Boone reported the House was destroyed and the fire departments were standing by to prevent other nearby buildings from catching fire. The House on the Hill in mom Gona was operated As a famed eating place by William Hornbeck and his wife commonly known As Quot May Hornbeck. No other details were available it press time. When Mike c Lark 712 state Street and his 11-year old son Richard went visiting their trap line near the Bass Point area North of Boone saturday morning they were it prepare for the find. Richard had caught his first big catch a Beautiful red Fox but dad had caught by two toes a Coyote which was still very much alive. The female was caught by Clark with a noose on the end of a Long pole and then firmly tied up and brought into Boone. Clark said he is planning on keeping the Coyote at his Home for the time being and will probably turn it Over to the state game farm at the ledges later. The coyotes wild eyes proclaimed mute evidence that she did no to like being a captive. Staff photo by h. L. Weeks. A a a a a a weather record a a yesterday s figure up to a a 8 a in today a a high�?56 a a low�?28 a a Low last night�?30 a a temp at 6 a rn.�?30 a precipitation none a a a a a a a a a

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