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Cherokee Courier (Newspaper) - April 5, 1969, Cherokee, Iowa National an artificial heart made of fabric and plastic replaces the diseased Organ of a 47-year-old Man the first such transplant. The first anniversary of or. Martin Luther Kings assassination is memorialized Wei pleas for dedication to his Battle for human rights. \ Vietnam infantrymen lure North vietnamese out of their cambodian sanctuaries then strike them. Thousands March in new Ork today As Antiwar groups hold Kastern weekend protests in 42 cities around the nation. 2 trucks collide a two truck collision occurred at 8 15 Friday morning 2 Miles West of Junction 143 and 3. A pickup driven by Lavern w. Birch Cleghorn 28, received extensive damage to its right Side when he was not Able to Stop in time and struck the Semi trailer driven by Harold l. Heschke Cherokee 41, who was stopped for a school bus. Heavy fog conditions were blamed for the Accident. In. W. Coeds invited into Lambda Delta several area coeds were invited to join the University of Iowa chapter of Alpha Lambda Delta National Scholastic Honor society for freshman women. To be eligible for membership in the group coeds must earn at least a 3.5 cumulative Grade Point average for one semester or one academic year. Area students invited were Leanne Donohoe and Elizabeth Lack of Cherokee Janet Gaston Aurelia Alda Siebrands George Susan Potter Hartley Ann Maurer Spencer Jean Shea storm Lake. Following initiation on april 22 in the Senate chamber of old Capitol the group will join Active members of their group and members of Phi Eta Sigma honorary society for freshmen men at a banquet in Iowa memorial Union ballroom. Pitted for Honor Roll several area students were among the 106 members of the University of Iowa social fraternities recently named to the inter fraternity Council presidents Honor Roll for the fall semester of the current academic year. Area students so honoured were Paul Fishman Cherokee Phi Kappa Psi honoree Steven Scharnberg Everly Phi Kappa Psi honoree with distinction Thomas Christensen Kingsley Lambda Chi Alpha honoree with highest distinction James Hauck Kingsley Lambda Chi Alpha honoree with distinction Michael Kellen Remsen Sigma no honoree Christopher Bjorn stad Spencer Phi Kappa Psi honoree with highest distinction Michael Swanson Spencer Kappa Sigma Colon honoree with distinction Walter Mendenhall i cirit Lake Phi Kappa Psi honoree and Michael Bod a Ken storm Lake Delta Upsilon honoree with highest distinction. Washington the House ways and Means committee will begin drafting tax Reform legislation in about two weeks with or without a White House recommendation. President Nivon is saving nothing about results of a meeting on Domestic affairs. Ben. Frank Church says the 1 United states should end All military assistance programs for latin America. International Pope Paul will Lead the Vigil and a mass of Joy As christians a round the world prepare to celebrate the resurrection of Christ. Aurelia music program topic for m Aga inc Aurelia a the instrumental music program in the Aurelia Community school system was a feature of the february Issue of the Iowa bandmaster official publication of the Iowa bandmaster association. Band director Tony Klein Aurelia and Arvid Anderson director at Nashua were featured on the cover of the Magazine. The feature article entitled quote Sharps Quot a s accompanied by pictures of the Aurelia concert band Klein and mrs. Judy Miller assistant director. it till Samco Varv i in i Al i Minui Etc v Quot in. _ every evening except sunday official county and City Dolly the times of m its eighth 7 Cor a "1,t, Quot of the cd Roku time Cherok. Cherokee Iowa saturday april 5, 1969 th.rt., to a wry Nwaihu Journi i pm vol. 41 number 166 commander of guard battalion arrives it Oil. Kyah Campbell i second from rights is greeted by sheriff Bud Stroud it Gnu i arrival Here late Friday night Campbell is commander of 194th Field artillery in which has been called to duty in Cher it Kee flood area effective today. Others shown Are Carvel Burkhart it Centeri mayor loin Boothby second from Leoti and Mark Everson Onawa. Con of engineers. Mich and dry As they prepare lunch for those not so High and dry i�11 m on fixing a Withes and cup cakes for the mood Crew Are the following indie mrs ene 1 Hirr mrs Lynne Shuver mrs Ralph Patterson mrs. Paul Hagen mrs Raymond kit ugh mrs Chuck Thomas mrs Richard kinked mrs Dave Cebrick mrs. Evan Knapp Mia. Les lick Lder and Little-6-year old Kathy Knelt n staff photo youth dance Little Sioux headed for 26.5 feet set tonight there will be a youth dance at the youth t enter tonight from 9 o clock to Midnight. The chevrons will play for dancing. Admission will be charged. Bow hears rep. Nelson Hep. Harold Nelson Aurelia was guest speaker at the dinner meeting of business and professional women s club april 3 at Sheffield hotel. He spoke to the group on legislation and then conducted a question and answer period. At the conclusion of the meeting he presented the club with an Iowa official Register Book. Mrs. Robert Bryant of Aurelia also speaking to the group encouraged the women to become Active in the Republican women s organization if not already affiliated with a political group. In the business session conducted by the president mrs. Joe Lundsgaard a new slate of officers for the club were nominated by chairman mrs. Jim Lenz mrs. Robert Rhea and mrs. Richard Grienke. Officers will be installed at the next meeting to be held May 1 at the coun try Kitchen. Other guests at tie meeting were mrs. Joe Kobbermann of Lemars who had assisted Cherokee Bow become established in 1955, accompanied by mrs. Emma Sampson also of Lemars. In charge of table easter decor and speaker arrangements were the legislative committee comprised of mrs. Melvin Reinert chairman mrs. Geraldine Pierce co chairman mrs. Chester Benson mrs. I be Lindsay and mrs. Mildred Moorhead. City a flood peril deepens As 100 quit Homes Call guard by Frank Buckingham Cherokee s flood peril deepened today As nearly 100persons faced evacuation and Iowa National guard troops were called into patrol the stricken areas. At least 15 business firms and from 30 to 40 Homes were endangered As the Swift Little Sioux River ballooned toward the 23-foot Mark. It was 22.5 at 8 . The Homes and businesses Are in Cherokee s Lowling Southern and Eastern sections. Most of tie firms Are already sandbagged. Cherokee girls treated after Accident storm Lake Mary to Waterman 17, and Darlyn Leonard 21, both of Cherokee were treated at Buena Vista county Hospital recently. Tie girls were passengers in a car driven by Roger d. Griffith 21, Peterson. Griffith was East bound about 1�?~4 Miles West of Alta when he lost control of his car on an icy curve. The vehicle rolled into a ditch. The Buena Vista county sheriff s office charged Griffith with failure to have control. The 1955 Model car was a total loss. We feet possible the u. \ corps of engineers and weather Bureau figure this City May get a Crest of 24 to 26. Feet. The Crest will apparently be delayed by Chilly readings and May not arrive until monday night or tuesday. Mississippi River stages Mississippi River stages flood mate 24-hr. Stage today Cage Minneapolis. Hastings. A Crosse. Dubuque. Dam 12 belie Vui dam 13 Fultor. Des Moines River Keosauqua. Ottumwa. 1 racy a a a a it Iowa River Wapello. 16 7.2 a 15 a a 12 a a17 13.2 0.4 11.6 0.3 10 15 10.5 0.1 15 a a. 15 13.2 0.2 16 my a 17 15.0 0.8. 15 9.2 0.4. 10 10.5 0.114 15.4 study 10 9.2 0.9 Cherokee suffered its most disastrous flood of the Century in 1965 when the Stream swirled to a roaring Crest of 27.1 feet. Under a prepared plan the Cherokee flood committee directed tie Riff Bud Stroud to ask Iowa adjutant general Junior Miller for guard troops. The unit the 194th Field artillery battalion is commanded by it. Col. Keith Campbell of Sheldon. 4 batteries there Are four batteries Headquarters and service Bury a storm Lake Humboldt Algona of Sherville Spencer. As Many As 100 guardsmen will probably arrive Here today to be stationed during the emergency. T Ampbell arrived late last night and toured tie City s flood areas with Cherokee officials. Tie Little Sioux picked up steam Friday and by last night water coursing across the Street had forced a blockade on fast main and old Highway 5. Water was also flow ii Over Highway 59 and South second near the South second Street Bridge Over the Stream. Use bypass the Highway 3 bypass was the file Mai Phonch 0 or evacuation red Ross office-225-4507 flood control i Side 225-5507 i Lood control 2 East Side 225-4602. I or j Ood lodging red Cross office-225-4507 please note Liere will be sound trucks or boats in your area Don t drive on cemetery holds the roads at Oak Hill cemetery Are so bad that motorists have been asked to avoid driving them at the present time. Dean Stilley Sexton at Oak Hill said Drivers Are requested not to use Tlle Muddy cemetery roads until the weather dries. Weather Reading the flood Board a Lyle Booth of Cherokee flood control committee with microphone gives fax no Reading on Little Sioux River from Beard at Flo it i evacuation no. 2 on City s South Side Friday night River hit 22.5 feet at mid morning is expected to continue Rise toward 26.5 Mark staff photos now a Clear to partly Cloudy saturday night cooler extreme East warmer West. Lows saturday night 30-35 Northeast 40-45 in the Southwest. Mid a generally fair and warmer. Monday Outlook partly Cloudy and a Little warmer. Gan l read temperatures temperatures from tie weather station will not be available today because the men cannot get to the gauge due to tie flooding of that area. Other nearby route used to enter c Cherokee from the East. Heavy water in the River Valley above Cherokee has brought concern to hard working flood fighters Here. A Spencer had a 13.30 Reading last night. The weather Bureau said estimates of from four to nine feel above flood stage applied to Sioux rapids Linn Grove above tie cloy and Correctionville below As Well As to Cherokee. An Auto was stalled in water on the old River Road near the Bridge Over the Little Sioux at Quimby. So flood committee officials said that Road would be blocked. Tie Stream kept rising at Spencer where it hit 13.50 Early today and also came up at Linn Grove and Sioux rapids. Back Liere in Cherokee sandbags were piled five feet High at b amp b motor o. All new cars have been removed from tie sales no need for mass typhoid immunization state health commissioner or. James 1. Speers emphasized today that Liere is no need for mass typhoid immunization because of flooding. Immunization administered at the time of flood will not he effective because of the delay in development of tie immune state. 1 he incidence of typhoid in tie United states is very Low and tie threat even in floods is minimal. There have been no known cases of typhoid in Iowa following any recent floods. Typhoid immunization requires at least two doses of vaccine to produce immunity and then Only after a considerable interval. Typhoid immunization May give a false sense of Security to recipients and Lead to carelessness in flooded environs. Other diseases May appear As a result of flooding notably infectious hepatitis and possibly dysentery or diarrhoea. There is no Good immunization against these diseases. Excellent personal Hygiene and the avoidance of eating or drinking contaminated foods Are tie prime preventive measures. Smoking with contaminated hands May be doubly dangerous. The danger of wounding particularly among persons combating emergencies is increased during floods. Puncture wounds or deep cuts or scratches could result in tetanus lockjaw. If a person is so injured he should seek medical attention. The state department of health recommends timely Basic immunization with tetanus toxoid. A Booster dose should be Given every ten years and when deep or puncture wounds have been suffered room areas. Officials of firms in Lowling Kintigh invited into Phi Eta sic p Thomas Kintigh son of or. And mrs. Raymond ,417north a second is among 92 University of Iowa freshmen invited to join tie u of i chapter of Phi Eta Sigma National Scholastic Honor society for freshmen men. Men Are eligible for membership in Phi Eta Sigma if Uliey have earned at least a 3.5 Point average for a semester As a full time freshman student. Other men invited from Tho l Imes area include Thomas Christensen son of or. And mrs. K. E. Christensen Kingsley Gerald Einspahr son of or. And mrs. Donald Einspahr Odebolt Steven Tonsfeldt son of or. And mrs. Clifford Tonsfeldt Remsen Patrick Den Lla tog son of Elmer m. Den Hartog St Eldon Michael Bodaken son of or. And mrs. Edward Bodak Enof storm Lake. Or. A Twat Nacneil or. J. W. Moore Cherokee was elected Secretary of Trio Midwest division of tie american College of fool Ortho pudists at the annual Hoard meeting in Chicago on March 20. The Midwest division consists of Iowa Illinois Indiana Michigan Wisconsin and Ohio it Ertly location to the american College is accomplished by fulfilling a requirement of two additional years of study in the special Field of foot orthopaedics. The candidate must then present an original research paper As Well As specific Case histories wit i detailed diagnosis and treatment of conditions discussed. If the candidate fulfils these requirements to tie satisfaction of the College he is then required to pass a written examination. Sector i of Cherokee were Brace for another major overflow. Mai i Federal Tux Keturi Iti m 1r i o Kansas c. Taxpayers who have not yet filed their 1968 Federal income tax returns Are urged to Send Tlam direct to tie internal Revenue service t enter Midwest Region Kansas City to. John f. Hanlon District director of internal Revenue for the state of Iowa said today that ail of the processing of Federal tax returns takes place in tie service enter and that returns sent directly to Ttye enter eliminate unnecessary handling in tie District office. Hanlon said Quot about half of the Federal tax returns have been filed and 98 percent of these have been sent directly to tie service Center. It would be appreciated if the taxpayers who have not mailed their returns would mail them directly to our Kansas City service Center. This will not Only Speed up the processing but will also result in a substantial savings to tie an envelope bearing tie irs service Center address has been provided in this years tax forms packet for your convenience. Gansford boy i bark in Hospital two year old Dennis Glass Ford son of or and mrs. C Harles Glassford 628 Euclid has been admitted to the Sioux Valley memorial Hospital for a fractured leg ii suffered while wrestling with his brother. Just last fall lie was rescued from an open air duct on the class Ford farm. Me is presently listed in Good condition by Hospital officials. 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