Cherokee Daily Times in Cherokee, Iowa 10 Aug 1955
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Cherokee Daily Times (Newspaper) - August 10, 1955, Cherokee, Iowa
Pit Iker tit if Ehatt Flatt sails a intes in the times now in its eighty third year official county and City daily every evening except sunday Cherokee Iowa wednesday Augustio 1955 cd a a i detion at tech Roc Timm. Re Roc Chi. He Fok a tvs Thorrat. A hts journal 5 per copy vol. 27, no. 287 Happy Happy Chandler and son a a. B. Happy Chandler candidate for the democratic nomination for governor in Kentucky a primary election and his son Ben Are shown in tile Yard of their Versailles ky., Home before going to the polls. Ben was a precinct worker. Chandler won in comeback. Map wire photo mute Geneva question peace in age of atoms Kelt officials Here for Iowa state matches offi it late for the 1955 state blowing match were named wednesday by who. Cosponsors of the event to be held Ber Reid Tours Day. Referees include the following foil commissioners Sid Northey i spirit Lake w. Of Burow rattle Creek in a Twedt Larchwood i Kermit Klopper Burg Hartley Henry Consoer. Ocheyedan Otto Schaller Estherville William Hensel Auburn Paul Vander Harn. Ireton Ralph Wilcox. Cor Rector till Frank Lauters. Be Mars Wayne Pickering Greenville. Four will in named leva land referees will be riles. County Extension directors Paul harms fort Dodge Lester Justice Rockwell City Brut Florea storm Dike Robert Ragland Sioux City aria Pierson of a Mars Glen Anderson Spencer Ray Dirksen Sibley Louis Hansen Guthrie Center. Timers for the matches will be Clyde Spry Iowa Secretary of agriculture Harold Pace master of the Lima state Grange Edbauer directed of the National association soil conservation districts Hobart Beresford of Iowa state College and Dick Wilcox assistant conservationist of the soil conservation service and Ixo Drake past National Champion Plowman hum Memphis mo., also Villi referee. By James Marlow associated press news analyst Washington it of you lived on a Star Ami had been watching Man on Earth through Tow Ages you could not help but Cross your zip Ger As you looked Down upon the worlds atomic scientists meeting tins week in Geneva. You might wish them Well. But you a have to wonder Quot will they make it this to me a there were the empires that withered a the egyptian the greek the roman the French the German the British. With them were their wars always fresh testimonials to Many a inability to get along with Man. Now at last Man in the knowledge of the atom tint he holds in ins head has Hie Power to destroy a Geneva continued on Page eight 65 million employment in nation consolidate crr posts consolidation of the Cherokee Illinois Central freight office with the ticket office was announced Here this week by train master e t. Parker. Th3 two offices were combined at the passenger station Parka said. Two employees of the Illinois Central Railroad were relieved of Dillies but have been assigned to other positions. Washington if employ ment boomed in july to an All time record of nearly 65 million while the number of jobless dipped below million the gov emment reported tuesday. Tile fifth successive monthly Rise in employment carried the total of Jobholder s to Iii 995,000, or about a million above the previous record set Only one month earlier. The to Al is three million ahoy july a year ago. Extraordinarily brisk idling of youngsters released from school contributed much of the gain the labor and Commerce departments said in a joint re Piort. I lies added the employment of adults in most industries Quot held up better than usual for this time of Quot As a result unemployment which is normally stable in july went Down by Jou too to 24 million and is now almost a million lower than a year ago a the report said weather Iowa mostly fair wedge a night and thursday Cool Rev i Sexton explains his Board Survey mesday night Low 52 Northwest to 62 Southeast. Cherokee temperatures wednesday maximum 90 for 24 preceding 7 a. In minimum 57 for 24 Houis preceding 7 a. In j Reading 66 at 7 a. Rip ,04 inches of rain Krause shows top beef at Alta Hayes twp. Youth has fair s Best looking Down main Al Aurelia Reserve Champion is Angus owned by altars Jerry Mills special to the times Alta s Henfren year old Clyde Kra Titu of Hayes township tuesday showed the grand Champion baby reef at the annual Buena Vista county 411 livestock show h old in conjunction w Ith the Buena Vista fair Young Krause who graduated this past Spring from Hayea consolidated school near storm Lake has been in 4 it club work for Mort than seven years. Krause s championship entry it a Hereford. Tha Reserve Champion Overall i Angus entry was brought in in Jerry Mills. 15, Alta. Young Molte attends Alta schools and will be a Sophomore Here this fall. It aging the 4-h animate yesterday we in Bill Imlau. Formerly of Ames. And Marvin Smith Paul , plus Ike Johnson for the Junior fades division. Achievement scheduled wednesday in the 4 ii judging were sheep twine and Dairy cattle sections while the Buena Vista county girls achievement program entered its Seco id big nay. Thirteen demonstrations and two style revues both Junior and senior divisions 1 were Bill cd for today in the girls departments. Judging was to be done by mrs. Glenn Ingram of Sioux rapids and under supervision of Dorcas Mcpherrin county Home economist. Tuesday s livestock judging results Junior herefords 24 ant ups i. Clyde Krause Hayes cml. Finish second cutting of Alfalfa for county mfr in i new Topping for main Street a aurelian a newly Black topped main Street is being used by pedestrians and vehicles at the present time. The Street is 28 feet wide and covered with five inches of Topping. Black Topping is part of two year Street improvement project which called for curb and Gutter last year. A staff photo re. Second Clift k g of fill it i w is being finished the week Inch Linkee minty us or mums a Ned unusually Good yields Lite crop is in la e i in in of timing pit up at the present time. County i n due. Tor Forrest Kohlt sum tuesday a in rom Fields Are it v ferry my condition Phrot Tilv it the county. Quot Whir Cornwa planted thickly Fields a in rough shape is rectally Fields received Little or not Kohrt said. The Fields have Sifers stalks is till no e if in some Lares in other Arras of the county the is in g St condition Kra hrs phoned the Fields Are spiffy pending up n die ruin they got Quot on the whole the cd titty is dry and Leeds a g so Bower he i anted out soy Fie ins an still pro gassing Ami grow ing pals to Date the soy survival in a blast might depend on Home intensive tests on Yucca Flat reveal what would stand Chlor note of Art h bomb a it Wenj should strike before the City could sex be evacuated would you have a de t Hane of survival t Thi second of four Tartlet on what a been Learned minus Hiroshima show How the answer May depend upon the House in which you live i bean emf is i heavy min. A to in need of a 2-year Aurelia Street More koreans i to reinforce demonstrators program is completed a Champion continued on Page eight pass $250,000 City budget no objectors were present tuesday evening to to lit adoption of die i opus cd $250,00 1 City budget for the coming year. Tho City Council adopted the budget it a meet big a eth Council Chambers. Of tin amount $81,900 will i raised by taxation during the coming year. City residents will but taxed for it Mills two less thin last year. Estimated expenditures for the current year was set at $245,000 the Council also issued a cigarette permit to Fixel super station backs into Auto driven by policeman involved in a slight mishap on North second Street around i porn. Monday were Phyllis Hamilton of Cherokee and Carl Thies Cherokee policeman. , driving his own car a 1954 Oldsmobile for Dor was Stop put d in a line of traffic at tile Slop lights when a vehicle backing from the Cut b struck his right rear bumper and fender. Miss Hamilton was driving a 1952 Dodge Tudor. No damage was done to her car. Indemnities asked for loss to sheep growers Des Moines if1 s Cret try of agriculture Clyde Spry told the stale executive Council tuesday it should consider authorizing the state to pay indemnities to Iowa sheep grower s for their losses from a new disease. Atter a Brief discussion. Spry said he would draw up a plan of cooperative payments by the Federal and state governments and submit it to the Council for approval. Spry said a disease called Quot set rapids has Bien found in 15 Iowa flocks. He declined to say where the flocks hic located but related that they Are under a two year quarantine. He explained that it has be a confirmed that the disease spread into Iowa from shot a imported from Canada Abdat two years ago. It causes she p to lose the or Wool and eventually die. Spry said he Federal government will pay half tin grower s kiss if the state will pay the half on sheep appraised before they Are indemnities now Are pud on it title and hog losses from certain Dis axes in the discussion Ltd it a i it to Foo egg Bervid Quot Sheet growing is pretty big badness in Iowa Acri Lia a five Inch layer of Bane stopping now covers Aurelia s streets and Complete a two year Street improvement plan. The Black Topping was completed Here recently after nearly a year of construction work. Iowa Road building company of Fairmont Mann. Handled the fat Volo Job. Auster Seq Amhi said this week the by Troto thing is 26 feet in Width to All of the streets with exception of tin main Street Ami the mad in front of the Amelias it Bool. Here tilt fillipino was extended to 28 feet. Project last year s work completed curb and Gutter project All curbs my gutters Are two feet in Width. Hold Driver a Ere on 3 counts by Alton l. Blak Eite new York if a four Home Tell part of the Story of survival against 11 Tomb. They stood on Yucca Flat in Nevada less than a mile from the it Titer of an atomic blast nearly twice a powerful As the bomb that killed 70.000 japanese in Hiroshima. A two Story Brick House a demolished. But its basement and it shelters Carne through intact. Next door a one Story Frame Inchon from Seoul i rambler a smashed into rubble reinforce some 300 it had no basement Haven. But part of this rambler House did stand up a the bathroom. Inside were two tall wag gig Barking dogs showing no immediate sign of injury. In bathroom was specially Aurelia continued on Page eight match still needs 40-acre plot Tor Economy the Pilot Rock blowing match Board announced wednesday it has been unable to locate an extra 40-acre plot for Economy blowing. The Board said earlier this week the Large number of entries would make it necessary to enlarge the blowing arca. Match officials net tuesday evening to consider final decisions on the match and take Carf of routine business. The group discussed the crowded boys 4-h exhibit space and can sad r de making an am taunts to ease the exhibit problem. Rex Gurry 51. Cherokee was hit wednesday morning in City jail on in following three charges reckless driving no operators Jermit and leaving the scene of an Accident. Curry a Mechanic in this City was apprehended Fahir an Accident inst evening involving Duane Eich Ltd also of Cherokee Eisz Hen driving a 1955 Pontiac stopped at la Mersin Tiou of North eleventh and w<1 Cedar when Curry made a right turn from Cedar Street onto North eleventh and struck the left Side of hts car. The left rear door and fender Ware damaged on Elsa Hen s vehicle the mishap occurred around 12.30 a. In. Two other mishaps win reported wednesday by City police both happened tuesday evening Junior Sherrill of Washta we having a 1918 Plymouth North on South second when he failed to see a car in Van by Frank or Eyer of Cherokee go through Lite inter Section of South second and Moville. Dreyer s 1950 Mercury was damaged on the right Back fender. The third mishap took place around to p in. A 1955 Pontiac Tudor was parked a1 the Stop sign on North second sire t when a Sec Seoul Tel twelve Hundred red Batug korean railway workers reached tuesday to demonstrator besieging the Neutral nation supervisory Tommis Sion bilk on Woll about 700 of. S soldiers Are guarding the Island trifle of Gen maw Arthur s la toed in ii Ai Landing of 1950 earlier tuesday seven u. S. Soldiers want injured when its a ii Monst vitors broke through a barricade on Tho causeway loud my to the Island that insight to 22 the number of american sen iceman injured since the n. To g in saturday non piously injured the korean ire 1 in Force president Rhea s ult Mutual that Thi a neg Lavu Korea by saturday. Theo claims the communist poles and czechs on the commis akm Are spies. Tuesdays demonstration was broken up by tear Gas bomb and Blank shells the latter fired to frighten the Homans. A blast continued on Pao eight Iowa a polio Case toll now 184 2 City residents at magicians conclave 70-Block improvement Lloyd Sexton City Superman Dent of schools reported on a Survey he made White in Nebraska of members on school boards of education to kiwanis club tues Day Neon. Set it a found that since 1918, the age of the individual members of school Boa rite in Nebraska has been decreasing. Bui Luther Wain charge of the program and presented Sexton. It was announced kiwanis will sponsor Thi Clyde Beatty circus Here in Cherokee on september in at the Pilot Rock blowing match grounds. Proceeds will go to the kiwanis milk fund. The club will also co sponsor annual Bie Day with the chamber of Commerce Hete Friday August 26. Ernest l. Gustafson new school principal was a guest of the club. President Harlan Moon presided at the meeting. Ond vehicle behind it struck die rear of the Pontiac Driver of the Pontiac was Kenneth Hoeppner of Cherokee add drive r of the second vehicle was Ryle Rienfeld. No injuries wer reported. Rectus Henke and Sherd self son of Cherokee attended the annual meeting of the t. Nelson Downs ring 24 of the International brother Hood of magicians sunday at the Jackson hotel in is Cox City. Among featured performer weft the Rev. John Kelly of Rincon nation ii chaplain of the society of american magicians and prof. Ward Miller of South Dakota state College the evening program was devoted to out of town Lier formers Sioux City magicians presented the afternoon program which was a testimonial event for c r. Bud Tracy president of the Sioux City ring Des Moines it Tim number of polio Case in Iowa continued to use slightly during the past week with six counties reporting their first Rase of the year. There were is new cases reported last week tin state health department said monday bringing to 184 thu number of cases so far in 1955. Last week 45 cases compares to 27 the week be Ord 87 during the corresponding week last year 25 in 1952 and 259 during the Peak Jolk it year of 1952, Twenty four counties reported new cast s last week these be potting their first Case of the year w re Alla Makee Cerro Gordo Cedar Dickinson Kossuth and Winneshiek the of were 364 polio ase in Iowa through the week of aug. 6, Phi us second highest year on record 162 in 1953 and 662 in 1952. The health department said that More than 30 counties have indicated they plan to wait until school begins to give second Salk anti Iloilo inoculations. Six counties have made plans to go ahead yet this summer. Proclamation Stormy Clouds but Only a Trace threatening Black Cloud brought Only a Sprinkle of rain Here last evening within the Eit it however observers in the Washta area ret a ted ,97 of in inc h dump the 7 pm Poi in i. Joy traces of rain have been recorded thus or during the month of August whereas there Are Many veterans whip Are disabled As a result of their military service and whereas there Are Many children left fatherless by wars death toll and whereas the above mentioned and Many other persons in this City of Cherokee need and deserve assistance and whereas the youth of this Community will Benefit from guidance a a whereas proceeds from the am vets Sale of White clovers will be used for welfare work times subscribers please note this i Aurelia Black Topping a approved by engineers july 15 was the new Black Topping Job on Aurelia streets. The Topping was put on by Iowa Road build ing company of Fairmont mini., and included 70 City blocks. Streets Are All 26 feet wide with exception of two major streets. A Skiff photo of you plan to be out of town on business or on vacation during the p lot Rock blowing match week Why not Stop in the daily times and renew your subscript j Tion before you go Stop in now and take full and j Vantage of those special blowing match renewal rates. Therefore proclaim the authority vested in me us mayor of this City of Cherokee that August 13, shall be designated us White Clover Day in this City of Cherokee and further proclaim that am vets or their representatives May on White Clover Day sell White clovers in any Public place in this try of Cherokee in order to raise funds for worthy welfare programs. George Rapson. Mayor City of Cherokee
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