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Cherokee Courier (Newspaper) - February 20, 1969, Cherokee, Iowa Of % the courier Cherokee. Iowa thurs., feb. 20, 1969 the Cherokee courier ii us every thursday by the times publishing company As Independent democratic newspaper might h. Clark publisher mrs. Mildred Smith editor altered at the Post office Cherokee. Iowa As second class matter second class postage paid at Cherokee. Iowa 51012 subscription prices in Cherokee and adjoining counties or $4 of 3 yrs $10.00 elsewhere in Iowa 50 outside Iowa $5,00 single copy 10c phone 225 5111 member _ new Alper 19 association founded 1885 v classified rates 1 Issue per word 10c 2nd Issue per word 7c thereafter per word. So 1 Issue minimum. 75c poetry added to obituaries and resolutions per word 10c 10discount for Cash with order on classifieds or card of thanks card of thanks with tax $1.55 want ads a card of thanks Cash in Advance. All plus tax classified display per Inch. $1.00 not responsible for erroneous advertising insertions ofter the first Issue. Card of thanks i a ski Ecil thank you to All our friends and relative Wile helped to m Ike our 25th wedding anniversary Celebration so wonderful. Or. And mrs. Kean Maurer Cleghorn Iowa i would like to thank everyone join them any cards gifts visits and Telephone rails i a it toned while in the Hospital. They were greatly appreciated. Bonnie Flisher Washta Iowa bus. Service Wells a we Drill Wells we Hare Wells we dig farm Cess Pool emf. Alton Cement a ores Alton. Iowa uts Ness services signs f c. Drinkwater 1015 Park ave., Cherokee Iowa 6 insurance agencies 7 Miller m Culin Tocks Bell inc. Quot insurance for a very office phone 225-2581 122 East main Street Quimby phone 445-2615. Softy Tom of Mac de Chuck Joan and Craig a a if you want to Guild for to tue insure with Villeb Mcclintock Bell inc. Insurance for every need Beal estate Char Oka 22s-23s1 Quimby a 445-2625 automotive repair 19 expert Brake service and front end alignment love ure shop. Omvik revocation and arrests More licenses to drive arc being revoked for drunk driving i ban Ever before in Iowa. Arrests for operating a motor vehicle intoxicated Omvik resulted in 2,223 licenses being revoked in 68. That 549 More than had been revoked for that offence in 1967 or an increase of 13 percent. In addition there were 405 revocations made under the implied consent Law. One enforcement Agency the Iowa Highway patrol made 22 Jie reent More arrests for Omvik in 1968 than they made in 1967. The patrol accounted for 1.023 in 1967 and 1.249 in 1968. An increase of 226 arrests. The chief of the Highway patrol. Colonel Howard s. Miler said the greatest number r of arrests resulted from accelerated patrolling in areas where drinking Drivers Are Apt to be. In Many areas Parolino forces have let Een doubled and night work shifts for patrolmen have Ilieen adjusted to correspond with residents drinking habits. Miller said secondary roads have been getting More attention from his patrolmen because some violators will avoid using primary roads when possible. Commenting on the year ahead colonel Miler said. A iowans can expect a continuing and accelerated crackdown on drunk driving. All possible Stevis will be taken to inhibit his contribution to the Highway Accident toll. The patrol will continually explore new ways of detecting and apprehending the drunk the states 13 percent increase in revocations for Omvik Drew this statement from Public safety commissioner Jack m. Fulton. Quot the drunk Driver has proven to be a major cause of Highway accidents and their resulting deaths and injuries in Iowa and across the country. One half of the traffic fatalities in this country Are in some related to alcohol. A Good program for apprehending drunk Driver can do More than anything else in reducing deaths on our residents of three Southeast Iowa counties Des Moines Scott and Clinton contributed generously to the revocation total. Ninety seven residents of Des Moines county Burlington lost their driving privileges for Omvik. That a to percent increase Over 1967. The past year brought License revocations to 83 resident of Scott county Davenport and Clinton county Clinton contributed 60 revocations. The states most populous county Polk Des Moines had 87 revocations Down 30 from 1967. There were 58 from storm county Ames and 48 from Woodbury county Sioux City. Auto parts 18 parts for Sale salvaging for parts 67 and Down cars and trucks largest selection of use i parts in Midwest. All part goal anted 30 Days. Phone 712-720-3268 South Side Sal Vahl inc. Sanborn la. 51418 backache amp Pkt chm secondary to i Polun kidney irritation common kidney or bladder irritations Miko Many men and women eel tense and nervous from frequent burning or itching urination night and Day secondarily you May lose sleep ind have headache. Bark ache and feel older tired depressed in Sui h eases by styx usually brings relaxing Comfort by curbing irritating germs in acid urine and quickly i sing pain oct it is this at druggists / $620 a month we need an individual on our tale staff for our new Cherokee Branch. Applicant accepted will to throw Fly our company school at company to Penie. Management qualities de Eirbie. For More information writ vice president sales p. O. Box 591 Lincoln Nebraska please give name age. Add and Tai Ephon number. Report to the people from file statehouse St. Bernards Ginger a registered St. Bernard belonging to or. And mrs. Hilbert Schramm of Pomeroy is Busy caring for her unusually Large Laidly. Ginger had 13 puppies. _ by Don Reid weekly news release of the Iowa press association exclusive to the courier in this area. The material contained herein to the editorial policy of this newspaper words the legislature has found itself mildly involved in a controversy Over the use of four letter words at a symposium on student Power. Eight curious legislators decided to attend Fife of the sessions at Iowa City they were appalled at the use of dirty words. Subsequently a subcommittee of the House committee on Law enforcement named to propose legislation Quot to Correct Quot the situation at the University of Iowa. Governor Robert d. Ray admonished legislators to Quot keep a Cool head Quot about the use of filthy words at the student meeting. Quot none of us appreciates filthy language and its a poor substitute for expression Quot Ray said. But he added Only a few students were involved in the incident and a there is no reason for anyone to provide a rally cause that might get More students one of the eight legislators who attended the symposium. Rep. Charles Grassley new Hartford Republican critical of the University because Quot a faculty member on the platform and not red faced about what said nor did he make any Grassley referring to Willard l. Boyd vice president for academic affairs and Dean of the faculties. Boyd replied that a disorder Quot More damaging than the repetition of abhorrent obscenities Quot might have broken out at the symposium if Force had been used to Stop an unauthorized student speaker who used the four letter words. Meanwhile the proposed use of dirty words in student newspapers is causing some printers uneasiness. The Iowa Law is pretty thought on those who print obscenities $1,000 Fine and up to a year in jail. Curiously enough it is More lenient with those who speak obscene language up to 30 Days or $100 Fine or both. Big issues one might get the impression. From Reading newspaper reports that the legislature so far has been mostly concerned with miniskirts four letter words and lobbyists. This is not the True picture. Committees in both ionised Are working hard not Only study a ing the Many Bills that have been introduced hut also with the very important questions of schools services appropriations an d most of All where to get the Money. So far the chairman of the two appropriations committees senator Francis Messerly and representative John Camp insist their committee will appropriate Only what can be received from present taxes. Development tie Iowa development com Mislon is in the legislative frying pan. Some legislative members Are critical of the commission for not doing a better Job. They note that the commission has been without a direct Rector for Over a year. The development commissions reply is that it can to find a director within the salary bracket allowed by the legislature the commission wants the legislature to raise the salary ceiling for the Job from $20,700 to somewhere in the neighbor hotel of $25,000 one member of the Iowa development committee sen. Jim Griffin Council Bluffs Republican has suggested that a member of the commission or. David Palmer Davenport resign because he has attended Only one commission meeting since being appointed last year the chairman of the legislative committee sen James pot order hut nevertheless Griffin Geter Steamboat Rock Republican ruled the suggestion out of made his Point income tax one of governor Rogert d rays budget proposal to simplify the Iowa individual in Rome tax Ray suggested that iowans pay a percentage of their Federal income tax to the state. He referred to it As a Quot postcard Quot form instead of the cumbersome form that iowans Are used to. Gov. Ray said the percentage still is being worked on but it would he about to percent How Ever there Are indications that the research that hat been done indicates a Flat percentage of the Federal return would not produce the desired results. There is some concern that people in the Low income brackets would be paying More state in come tax than i Roplo in the higher brackets. Abortions prediction one of the most controversial Hills that will be debated in the Iowa legislature this session will be one to make it easier to get an abortion in Iowa. The Hill has been approved by a Senate committee and will debated on the Senate floor the measure has the backing of both gov. Ray and the Iowa medical society. The proposed Law would allow an abortion where there is grave risk to the health of the Mother when the child would be Likely to have a serious mental or physical defect or when pregnancy resulted from rape. Primary remember All the fuss several years ago about changing the Date of the Iowa primary from june to september the politicians at that Tim thought the switch would Cut Clown the length of campaigns. Well it did t work out that so they re switching Hack. Both houses of the legislature have passed Billa changing the primary election Date from september to june Hoover Day the House has passed a Bill designating the sunday which Falls in or nearest the tenth Day of August of each year As Herbert Hoover recognition Day Hoover is Iowa s Only president originally the Bill would have designated the Day As a state Holiday hut this Drew some objection so the Hill amended to make it recognition Day. The Senate still must take action on the Hill. Drugs Iowa is one of 45 states involved in suits w hich charge drug companies with conspiracy to monopolize Broad spectrum antibiotics to maintain their prices at unreasonably High Levels. Attorney general Richard c. Turner has announced that five drug companies against whom the state filed an antitrust suit alleging Price fixing have offered a settlement. The settlement Turner said would mean let tween $1,5 to $1 8 million to Iowa. Sessions one of the problems in going to annual legislative sessions what to do Olmut annual budgets. Should the legislature continue to operate on a Bien null basis one budget to Rover Jav it it years or should Low have an annual budget because of problems involved in an immediate Eha Geov r to annual budgets legislative leaders have decided to a proper state Money on a biennial Basr department however will get their appropriation on a per rent age basis. 45 percent he first year and 55 percent second year of the biennium More cattle on farms cattle in peed Iowa i our percent More tattle and calves Are on Grain feed for Slaughter Market on i Al it Rumary i than a year earlier and 5 percent above a month earlier according to the Iowa i Rop and livestock reporting service. Placements of 453,000 head in january 31 percent less Titan a Jear earlier. Heavy Snow and icy conditions starting in december 1968 caused earlier placement of Cattie. Last year there a it eave movement into Iowa feedlots during january. Marketing of fed cattle during january totalled 345,000 head 2 percent below january 1968,according to the Rop and livestock reporting service on feb. 14. Major i Reding Staten attle and calves on feed for Slaughter Market in Arizona 1969 Slaughter Market in Arizona California Colorado Iowa Nebraska and Texas on february i 1969 is estimated at 6,836,000 head. This is slightly less than a month earlier but to percent More than on f february i 1968. Cattle and calves placed on feed during january in Hie be state s totalled 1,273,000 head 9 percent less than placements a year earlier. Smaller january placements into Iowa and Nebraska feedlots accounted for the decrease since placements Indiver states were above a year ear Lier. Severe late december weather in Iowa and Nebraska curtailed grazing of stalk Fields causing heavier than usual placements before january i. Marketing of fed cattle for Slaughter from the 6-ntates totalled 1,376,000 Stead during january 7 percent Molt. Than a year earlier. Arizona it attle and calves on feed for Slaughter Market in Arizona on f february i totalled 448,000 in and i percent above a month earlier and 17 percent above february i 1968. Placements of cattle and calves on feed during january at 68, Nio head were up 33 percent from a year earlier. Marketing of fed is of or a. Cattle during january 1969 were 62.000 head 17 percent More than january 1968. California Hie number of cattle and calves in feed int Alif Ornia on february it i 854,000 head 12 percent less than a month earlier but 7 percent More than a sear earlier. Placements of cattle and calve son feed during january totalled 104, k o head 5 percent More than january 1968. Marketing of fed cattle during january 1969 were 218.000 head 8 Perc ent More than a year earlier. Color vix t Olio a do feedlots contained 690,000 of cattle on feed for Slaughter Market on f february i. This is a 3 percent decrease from tax preceding month but is 12 percent above a Vear earlier. Placements of 111.000 head of attle my calves on feed during january were 9 percent above t e same month last year. Marketing of fed cattle during january totalled 132,000 head 16 percent above a year earlier. Nebraska there Wert 1,440,-000 Lead of tattle my c Alves on feed for Slaughter Market on february i in Nebraska i percent More than a month earlier and 5 percent More than february i 1968. Placements of cattle and calves on feed during january totalled 316,000 head 8 percent less than the number placed a year earlier. Markedly of fed cattle during january were 306,000 Lead 6 percent less than january 1968. Texas the number of cattle and calves on feed for Slaughter Market in Texas on i a Briary i 1,083,000 head i percent above the preceding month and 34 percent above a year earlier. January placements of cattle and calves on feed were 221,non head 50 percent More than a veal earlier. Marketing of fed cattle during january totalled 213,000 Lead 42 percent above us same month a year earlier. Jani Ark marketing i or la Marki to steers and i in i f ers marketed out of first hands for Slaughter at 15 major livestock markets during january totalled 374,269 head. Steer marketing totalled 245, 6 and ladders accounted for 129,163 head. Hie average live weight of steers marketed during january 1,116 pounds compared with 1,129 pounds a year earlier. Heifers averaged 934 pounds compared with 945 pounds last year. Lenten services at Trinity Trinity lutheran Church will old a re it the season of Lent with weekly its or services at 7 30 p in each wednesday. The Church utilizes this sea son of 40 Days duration equal to it it that of Christ a temptation to Hie wilderness As a time of penitence prayer and self Exa initiation Quot the Call of the Voss Quot is tin theme Ltd the messages that Wall in presented by surrounding area it in Aston s in a Pill pit Exchange Hie Rev e. Wehr Spann of Amelia will up iks an life Quot on fcb 26 Public sue Uli stats my tit at 12>0 c0l0gk Iii. has in. la quit amt All h.4d a in Tam we at hta Plait i Tai to. Wirt i tatar. It it tog and 11 Mil. So ii. Of lariat.-. Iii. Following 4aarnl�d Piotta str on la s. Lumm Widom of Shourds Fike of off 42 head of cattle o t Rudanne Rad Herd 4 Masto oohs Jnora is 0alf Holste to Rufer int Temh 2 is Milf reifers Tim a Ken i Dows is pre it he my to Kami a Row wa., Tutu. Ihmi artificial him tag and re la in a to fur paid 17 inn 3 Terri Iro Rufus of 12 Omri calves Horn i Mil i i Rny in of 12 reeding steers a of fac 86 to boo is. 15 sows with pigs at Side official pm county Board proceedings saturday. Feb. 22 sheep is Suffolk eau a Lams farm machinery Etc. In Uhira tar Tor a a a Quot i41nd.il All a a a tar 2 Roo stalk her adder David iwadl., maim. I mar and im., Taw tart. Fit Ken la nor a or k lilt m Arll in id. Soi i. T o Ianurr Jota. Hartr la Wiir j Din i Terr liar Sui. Link. A i Cutata. John Herr. A gift Mantee co 154 i la Ileal r with Fortl Lirar and Attar hmm David a radar Kah Tarr the. Wagon or wits allo Mara. In and Wallin butt anti univ Kurt or Tira halon mar Kab 5vsi 4 a us i hoi with Vav Alba carnal David hindi Kish for Tor Vav a on 1.-ar with Fred hoi Kuhta a to try a with 1�?1 flare hoi 2 mutate r Tira mar. With Flat Wei total. Drag to Aart irm drag ural Horn or to a a h 2 pair Trevior Chai Hoar drag i860 Joh Deere Mac a tractor a a a re vented it Large f i on 1848 Jorn Deere Bobe 8 tractor i arow out Tittor tee a a Quot Iris Kew Aref it4&Quot Tarde Mac bo0e1 Soo Rew Oom Pici or. Pl�k�4 on of 900 Mim inc it double disc main Drill. Ii Quot Al a. 7&Quot Hutaf. In it Kkt. Alway t had Kerf mooch a it Farba trac to with Mea pomp min of raw Wain he. 2 inc hav oof Tymu it 7.1. Sprayer Gary Lank. No a a awl a Ray Only Tyr Fml 220 to. 40-x Litz Mai with Lofter t-4 Portas 220-1 Litz bin Jorn Deere iat Baler aft motor us Gal. Vav Atar tank Una in pickup a Tom Rotar to 1 i. Irwin Daw do 7-ft. Panawa my or p t o Horta a. Fit on i rot Tor with Fri it Tao and hand Nom hog and Alii i aul my Cha la 2 lev Draulis. I a Lind re John Dorr. Knit at. A do i it Stork tank pump j Ark and motor of. Hoi la Awn i ribbing i planting tank la Mann her Art trim too Aua omm a to to tit Ramy equip Nett David Radu pomp Oil to floor Burka of eat min i of Orr to i suit. Kun Kat a Itta f re. Man Taal k4roar� of 10-Gal Mihi i am pour Tai hot wafer in in up Travor. Anil wed Vang Buurma. Parus Eto. Portal to hog i narrowing Praia. Nival a. I an Lora on 2 ki20.fi. Port i hag lloua., Plank floor. 7 Mart Vanilla Quot i Quot it i a ill Quot and err 1 in 12 find Holm. 12�iz it Nauru. Llou. 2 Hob. Is in a Vurr Vav Ira Ina. Automate i Alii. Vav All i a t tart in to. A Tad plat a in for , i a 10 feedin6 equipment 2 floor Fountain. 2 75 Gal hog wait Rara 2 nub. Show Halim 5 i Alit. I to hunk Iota Tai walk in Ling i i i Ida of parm stat Al hog i radar. Erg huk ilk. i Moor min rip f it Urr Drol Alii a Rte Leta i 70-ft, Alii a Roll combination a two and Ila hunk f la paid it Nim a san. Ii Quot trough. 17 Aal Iron hog Pana Timmy it Ash. Partial Drw iring run Dot Moat Arr an with the Lark be or. The Aal. No Pae pm to Ahall bar wind until Matt by to. Art Taylor february la Tik Hoard of supervisors of Cherokee county Iowa met in a regular adjourned session february la 1969 with All members present. Minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. Motion by mum me it seconded by Miller to sell at Public auction on March 15th, 1969�?oat 1 00 p. M. On certain piece of property located in the town of Washta iof l of 3, Block 4 and All of Lait 7, Block 4. Motion carried. Motion by Mummert seconded by Leonard to adopt the following he solution k ebullition whereas Cherokee c county wished to vacate a portion of Hie a secondary Hoad system which is no longer necessary and whereas said portion of Hie secondary Road Stem is a part of Hie i Arm to Market and Federal Aid so stems new Tuer i Ori be it i so a id i Fiat tax by Vird of supervisors Oft her skeet on this Lith Day of february 1969 requests i Fie Iowa state Highway commission to make the following modifications in the farm to Market Road system and that the commission request Hie Bureau of Public holds to make applicable changes Inthey ederal Aid secondary Hoad system. Delete from tax i Arni to Market and Federal yid secondary systems tfx following described sections of Tau i. I rom tax West one Quarter Corner of Section 23-93-40 i re Hay Straw i in Balei ale Alfa Hay boo Rales Straw fast approximately one half mile to the Center of Section 23-93-40 2. I rom Hie South one Quarter Corner of Section 23-93-40 North approximately one half mile to Hie Center of Section 23-93-40 add to the farm to Market and Federal Aid secondary Road systems Hie following Des Cril ted sections of Road 1. I rom the West one Quarter Corner of Section 23-93-40 South approximately one half mile to the Southwest Corner of Section 23-93-40 2. I rom the Southwest Cor re of Section 23-93-40 East approximately erne half mile to the South one Quarter Corner of Section 23-93-40 motion carried. Motion by Leonard seconded by Peterson to renew lease for i year with Keith Walker same conditions As previous year. Motion carried. Board of supervisors set Date of March la 1969 for taking quotations to Purchase motor grader and letting on season Supply of gasoline and diesel fuel urn motion Hie meeting adjourned. Her Johnson chairman attest Beverly Anderson county auditor to in riled in the i tonic and a Tiv to it matter radiation Stream s from Verv of acct in the unnerve in units of Energy named photons Vandyk Tito. Olivion i i it Khz. Auh Kanarr Nat far Archt Artal he. Kokke St a to Hank irk you la be sorry if of buy without Spring Joan Alquit one of these 3 bedroom air conditioned lots of built is one acre City Gas carpeting walk out basement All you could want and you Don i have to build to you self. Save All those headaches. See it today available immediately All the conveniences of City iving in the country. 2 bedroom garage Westside priced right. 2 bedroom just like new room to expand with an unfinished upstairs 2 bedroom near new attached garage Utility room. One bedroom Lorge lot double garage basement could be used As income property with apartment to rent. 3 bedroom Choice Westside location two floors of convenient living. 4 bedroom Home Large lot garage All this arid inexpensive too a bedroom near new air conditioned double garage All the extras take the Drudgery out of cooking with a dishwasher and of my you lust have to see this one a know All the goodies 2 bed room Bru i attached garage tucked away from All the noise it a Busy Street priced to sell. Cute Little to j bedroom House just right for one or two people with u garage of Lovely fenced Yard 3 bedroom All carpeted air condition double Gar age wonderful neighbors Low interest loan Patio. What More cd lid you ask for a 2 acre budding pit some i it buildings anti located on hard surface Road. 3 bedroom Brick in me in Aurelia if you Don t see this one you la be sorry it could t be replaced for less than $5,000 More than it s listed for. See it right away joji11 italian Ymir. Broker Miller Mcclintock Bell inc. 122 East main Street insurance a real estate Cherokee Quimby Marcus
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