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Cherokee Daily Times (Newspaper) - December 20, 1965, Cherokee, Iowa Stytz amp kit daily a Kitwe official county and City Dolly Ivory evening except sunday no Snow a Snow plow Blades Are lined tip Iowa Highway commission parking lot waiting for annual tussle with Snow drifts Iowa a highways. So far they have had Little Chance for work. I staff photo t Tough sledding for some Winter equipment dealers is Outlook Black for White Christmas 4 iowans killed area crashes by associated pres9 weekend traffic accidents two states killed four iowans. One died Illinois and three Iowa. Oakley e. Wilson. 41. Of Waterloo was thrown i rom his car and killed when it overturned a ditch sunday a Fayette county Road nine Miles Northwest of West Union. Ardith la. Dickey. 22. Of near Muscatine was killed when cur which be was Riding hit a Culvert sunday Highway 92 about three Miles West of Milan. Iii. The Driver. William Essex 24. Of near Atalissa Iowa was hospitalized at Rock Island Iii., critical condition. Joseph j. A Walvick 36. Of Colwell perished sunday when his cur went off a county Road just North of Charles City after he had complot d his morning newspaper delivery route. Mrs. Diff Oil Boyer. 46, of Eldon died saturday of injuries suffered when her ear overturned several times after a lire blew out Highway 34 about eight Miles West of Ottumwa. Sunday was a Clear Day if Ever there was a Clear Day Early december it was sunday. The skies turned Blue Early after Dawn and temperatures Rose into 40s before sliding. Sunset was something to behold for Northwest iowans. Bronze then Orange like colourings shaded through smoke hued Twilight. It was a splash of fading autumn Good for tender reminiscing. Yesterday s High was 42. The Low last night 28. Anyway it was truly a Clear Day. What a 8-cent it Rome . Apr when Madison Avenue residents culled police to report a Skunk was running around circles with its head a tin can patrolman Orlando Gutta was dispatched to handle assignment. Weather Cherokee temperatures sunday maximum 40 for 21 hours preceding 7 a. minimum la for 24 hours preceding 7 a. heading 18 at 7 a. precipitation for 24 hour period none. Monday maximum 42 for 24 hours preceding 7 a. minimum 28 for 24 hours preceding 7 a. Reading 30 at 7 a. precipitation for 24 hour period Trace of precipitation. Iowa generally fair and continued mild monday night and tuesday. Lows monday night near 30. By Dave Buck a to dreaming of u White Christmas Quot Irving Berlin once wrote so area merchants and children. A re 1.5 inches of Snow has landed Cherokee county this fall not enough to build a snowman or to motivate annual Sale of Salt a a tires and shovels boots or it scrapers. Last year More than to inches had fallen and a heavy Snow Christmas eve assured a near tier oct Mantle. Snow often has effect sales one local tire dealer Rel it Orts he has a Large Stock of Snow tiros and chains left a local hardware dealer has almost his entire Stock of Snow shovels left. Other re hangs report no it sence of Snow makes it harder for shop it ors to Lelieve Christmas is near he predicts a snowfall could stimulate a last to input sales spree. Drought even Iowa Highway Coin missions maintenance department Cherokee is effected by drought. Snow Daw Blade Are co webbed lire parking lot waiting to be put into work and a Large Mountain of Sand Waits to be spread icy Highway Street Hes. Meanwhile commis Sion member have time to get trucks my equipment into top condition Battle which inevitably must come. brighter Side contractors Are gluing Bonus its to finish outside work before Blanket of Snow slow or halt work. Clear highways a permit easier driving for tin thousands of College students who head borne ibis weekend. And Farmers have a Chance to get extra work Field before tin Snow cover stoic work for another year. Still it would Nice to get some Snow before Christmas. Just Case that big present under tin Christmas tree turns out to Ive a new sled or set of skies. Terrorism eases tense Saigon by Thomas a. Reedy Saigon. South Viet Nam a viol get no gave Saigon a Day of rest from terrorism fifth anniversary of their National liberation front today hut renewed la violence at Nightfall. A terrorist hurled a grenade at a truckload of . Soldiers after dark As vehicle passed Over a Bridge Northern outskirts of City route to a u. S. Bise. Toe grenade imn cd off rear of lie truck and exploded Street injuring Only one american police said. Tile incident occurred despite tightest Security years City of More than 1.4 million to Guird against any major birthday incident. Officials said wave of terrorism could Continuo until new year. The Gimme lists took no Holiday Field. Two Viet Cong companies attacked two outposts of Tuyen Nhon special forces Camp i he Plain of Reeds 40 Mill s West of Saigon. The u. Vised government forces threw Hack communists with tactical air support and claimed 29 Viet Cong killed. Twelve Miles farther West battalions of South vietnamese regional troopers slammed into a viol Cong hideout killing 26 communists and destroying 30 samoans and 53 buildings spokesmen reported. The attack Force also captured 12 samoans and found More than too grenades and a dozen weal ions. With improvement weather u. S. Warplanes ended a two Day Lull raids North Viet Nam. Air Force f103 Thunder chiefs dropped 49 tons of bombs and rockets Bac can Highway Bridge 75 Miles North of Hanoi spokesmen said. Pilots reported two spans Down a third damaged and damage to six antiaircraft positions nearby that protect strategic Supply route from red China. One f105 went Down after inking hit by ground fire. The Pilot ejected 45 Miles South of Haiphong North Viet Nam s major it it and was picked up by amphibious Rescue plane. A Small u. S. Army observation plane collided with a South Craft a support Mission 27 Miles South of Danang killing both i worn Crews. Over weekend u. S. Marines and army men marked 1he Viet Cong birthday by killing nearly 200 communists three clashes with sizeable Viet Cong forces. Wit i . Military personnel restricted to quarters by a dusk to Down curfew Saigon passed through night without incident. A heavy guard patrolled area of tin . Embassy and . Information service office both potential prime targets for Viet Cong birthday violence. last six Days Gimme lists have staged at least incident a Day tile Saigon area. A Hie National liberation front was founded 1960 under communist leadership to give tilt growing guerrilla insurgency a political organization. A Viet gang Call Saig onese to observe 15 minutes of silence sunday to protest War passed unheeded As traffic flowed and business continued uninterrupted. Quot it was a Flop a fiasco Quot commented a . Official. The Only t Maist action took place outskirts when a Vici Cong cyclist hurled a grenade at a police station wounding six policemen. Police gunfire killed terrorist. The Timet to to ninety seventh j eat Cherokee Iowa monday december 20, 1965 Public relations Wilson amp Cherokee Public relations is one of most auxiliary arms any form of business today without it or with a false Type Success May never be Fouad for a company or product that might otherwise have flour a shed such endeavours which can often be so vane As to seem highly Complex con be thoroughly planned or practice other hand Best Public relations efforts can be strictly unrehearsed. A Mere Apo Licat Ion of aware person s natural personality to Complete credit of company and ifs leaders both types were readily and warmly evident at opening of new Wilson Plant last month at Cherokee la. Planned examples included. A use of famous Wilson Champion six horse hitch and Wagon to make store deliveries Cherokee. A a talk to employees at new Plont by president Roscoe Fayme. He has adopted this practice for All new Plant openings for company Ond As usual wrote his speech himself. The Mammoth barbeque and open House for thousands of interested citizens formers and feeders Northwest Iowa area. A invitation to opening of leaders from rivals meat Industry. Among those hand were Armour s Robert Borchers Joe Gibson of Roth Robert Gray of Hormel hygrade s Hugo , George Stork of Stark Wetzel Ond numerous others prominent meet business including american meat Institute president Herrell Degroff a official re Cognion of Well As o Coke and gift her birthday for probably hardest be Hind scenes worker Cherokee Community Side a Alice Timmins executive secretory of Cherokee chamber of Commerce As for equally valued but often difficult unplanned Public relations. A president Haynie s answered request to personally meet every office worker at Cherokee. A a sudden Stop downtown Cherokee by l 0 Green Wilson s Public relations Man to Greet a passerby. Hello Karl. Hope you liked your visit to Plant. See you of dinner he advised later that he Hod greeted Karl Hoffman Well known producer of prize Iowa beef who supplied first steer slaughtered at Cherokee Plant. Quot these Ore Nice people Here. Very Nice. Ond it s a Good town Quot he added with nonchalance you knew was truth. And strictly personal Side president Haynie s informal half hour with this writer Woy Home at end of a Long and full Day of activities that would have tested youngest of men. These were ways and Means of Wilson Public relations at Iowa event. There Ore of course Mony Public relations techniques and approaches Ond Mony that travel under other names. actuality Cherokee efforts were primarily directed at Public Contact Ond conduct. One of More popular directions for or activities. We Hove presented these Wilson examples not so much to seek or suggest such efforts by others but to emphasize importance of at toward what can be done. Never assume that your or program is All that it can be for this is a variety task that should find new applications with every turn of Calendar. And As we have attempted to Point out. Never neglect Impromptu unplanned aspects for these genuine sort of efforts Are often ones that do most Good a from meat processing Magazine a tsp slab. 225-3183 East Sid 225-4410 Cherokee Call Between 6 00 amp 6 30 of your paper is missed Corgi Lidny Lon of Cherokee Tim cd Roku cell chorus Democrat Washta Lourm so per copy vol. 38, a 67 us choir Cleghorn several a leghorn students have been named members of University of South Dakota choir for 1965-66 school year. They Are Linda Mahacek first Soprano John Thomson. Bass and Richard Thoms . Baritone. The 62 choir members were chosen by audition. The us choir Jort orms at numerous events during school Jour including a Spring tour and concert. This fall tin group participated High school choir clinic Dakota Day Coronation program tile christinas concert and various religious activities. Some 50 percent of choir members Are majoring or minoring music. The weather elsewhere by associated press High Low or. Albany Clear 34 6 Albuquerque Clear 37 24 Atlanta Cloudy 47 26 Bismarck Clear 43 24 Boise Clear. 30 13 Boston Clear 38 13 Buffalo Snow 27 la .01 Chicago Snow 32 29 .21 Cincinnati Cloudy 34 21 Cleveland Cloudy 32 23 Denver Clear 43 14 Des Moines Cloudy la 32 Detroit Cloudy 27 22 Fairbanks Snow. I -4 .02 fort Worth Clear 53 33 Helena Clear 46 38 Honolulu Cloudy 76 69 Indianapolis Cloudy 37 29 Jacksonville Cloudy 54 42 2.21 Juneau rain. 37 33 .19 Kansas City Cloudy 46 32 los Angeles Clear. 68 m a shopping Days a a till Christmas Santa to Quimby wednesday a Timis nows service i i Mph guilt i 1 Iua Iii i a let till la. Hinge. It hire Wei i r. I lit at Quint or ennui Quot Point a St. will he at comm if . R ii Ting 8 p. for about Iii hour. Gerald l��?T.,.n of Quinin commercial club inn minced today. Santa w ill Yule de requests of All to and hand out Cand it gilts there la also a ii growing for adults with a Turkey prize. Registrations big Gin of 7 50 p. It. At to Community Center and will commie until 9 p . To inv a log Tenn Mast be present to win. The Turkev i ill be a it a riled a i Khz it 9 m Oil Airlift for Zambia Lusaka. Zambia map Britain began Oil Airlift to Zambia sunday As leaders of Kenya Ethiopia and Uganda railed for another african us Mit meeting to Agre action toward Rhodesia. Tile Airlift began with tin Landing of t Royal air Force Britannia bringing 2.370 Gallons of diesel fuel from dares Salaam neighbouring Tanzania i hand at Airport at Lusaka w president Kenneth a Linda of Zambia and British Commonwealth minister cled Vyvyn Hughes. The Airlift began after White minority government of Rhodesia Cut off tile flow of Oil 10 Lan Doek d Zambia. The rhodesian action was Iii retaliation for Oil embargo Britain imposed against rho Desia last Friday to lighten economic vim government of Brinie minister Lan Smith. Ile declared Rhodesia dependent nov. La after refusing to yield to British demands for Steps toward sex ritual african majority Rule. Will observe 80th birthday open House honouring 80th birthday of mrs. Mary Woodworth of Cherokee is to he held Feller Lxi ung of St. Paul a methodist Church sunday dec. 26 from 2 30 to 1 30 i. . Her friends and relatives Are invited to attend this of it for which her family Are to he hosts or. And mrs. James Woodworth of Des Moines or. And mrs. William Hantsbarger it fort Collins colo., and or. And mrs. Ervin Ivarson Cleghorn. I c a Ouk Ash a spokesmen i i to. to u tin i ult Quot i a i i l it a la la Ion Hoard e eel at warn a Pat Kin nit it lash <1 Gnu i it no do her sen i election i i Mochow wed it ride bargaining of a for employees at Wilson th., fir-1 a a ii tins month. Pm la a de to i it utter i Iii. I or i to it a til kit hoi t i it a a no i a major up Oti unit t ailed i a team Lou two it my of am i wms Topi t. I of teed a at v Kwh Hall y Ralph Holstein its president. Helstein guarantee i Cistern Fly my b my to Midwest following Pion to i Hwa convention san Francisco said he would i Irant 10 that Wilson workers would not tie displaced Hgt outside Union Man i a i s. Amalgamated had a a i i t r charged it up master agreement Transfer clause buggered dangers fit jolts of Plant p Ronnel up refuted charge so yen it w is t James Wishart. Amalgamated Resea Reb director asked hoi mein Quot How t you guarantee Vvhs it Cli s e to puny w til agree i a make it a inn aet w if ii \ Quot i Ani their up Ike Siati my i hex w so Holstein replied Ray Wentz amalgamated vice president. Also levelled charges of irresponsibility against up. A 20 a minute quest Ion and sexer Jieri Quot a follow exchanges former s. Sen Guy m. Gill no was Modem it a Mon hum 200 attended. Tile unions pushed Hie Issue this morning up printed a Ell via leaflets read Quot up a president Guarani is Cheroki i workers Job amalgamated handbills asked Quot can you i it your Job that every i Bra pro Eie Ehon Promise xviii b kept Loni Mitin Osl i Ivan Dolman Paul i. Dolman pre id it of commuter airlines Sioux City was elected National vice president of association of c a Niuffer airlines at its annual m eting Atlanta. A. Doc m. Dolman has been Active Assoc Tat Ion for Over a year. The association of commuter airline Sis Itom posed of third level of raters from every pail of tile i. So including Haw Aii and Virgin islands. Its purpose i promotion of stable growl ii and development third level air trans mutation. Tilt ass cd a Tion is head quart red Iii Washington d. A and is directed by a Washington attorney. Commuter airlines nation s largest third level Carrier is capitalized at $2.5 million. Its 3500 stockholders also make commuter nations first publicly held third level airline. Commuter recently began daily scheduled service Between Ames. Marshalltown and Chicago s o flare International Airlift. I Lopes dim far while Christmas by Tor associated press i a look form a re to i i it.-t ally dry Wrath r t a j this Waker it it by now which spread up to at it Inch of White stuff t so ii East Iowa Point during night. Skies Oil Lear Over Western Iowa monday morning and i tin xviii spread e eastward c to during Day. I Lilly warmer readings wore i act is Fen most sections Mon div Xvi la Mercury climbing to aft Moon highs from around it Northeast to near 59 he extreme Southwest. Highs sunday were from 32 it Dubuque to 50 at Sioux City. Overnight lows hovered around freezing Mark ranging from 28 it Spencer Limoni and Cedar rapids to 52 at Des Moines Davenport and Ottumwa. Generally fair ski s were fore Eist for monday night and tues Day lows monday night should be from around 30 sex Sterne South to asian 2 k i when. Highs generally Hie wit a xxv readings Haver 30s, were predicted for tuesday Hie five Day few recast said i Taipei atm s will average 5 to to degrees above Normal Iest of i week. The Only pre i imitation picture is a Little Light Snew amounting tee to Tel ,20 of Inch i m Northeast about thursday. Re Ltd. Ratings for j from area fear Cherokee students tin pc re fixed promotions to Hie rank o staff it i cant Hie r. O. T. C. Brigade at University <4 youth Dakota. They Are Lurry Alquist son of or and mrs. Clarence Al quist a or dentistry student Donni Dolton son of or. And mrs ted Dobson a business Jot let Lindberg son of or. And mrs. Harvey Lindberg. A business administration a Jar a i i ferry Dean Peter son of or. And mrs. John h. Pete is. Business major. Another area student. John , was also promoted to rank of staff sergeant. He is it it it or and mrs. Jacob by of Lins of Cleghorn and majors Liberal arts. Iii Yule choir special to times Sutherland two sure land girls Ruth Gellhaus. And Shirley Caldwell will participate methodist student nut is choir to be televised Tiv Sioux City Christmas Day a 12 noon. Both girls 1965 graduates of Sutherland Community school Are freshmen at methodist school of nursing. Collision damage a this sports a ilk owned by or. M. D. Hayden received i it Sid Brablc damage two ear Accident Here saturday morning. Madonna Cates 201 last Locust was northbound second Street and or. Hayden was East bound Bluff when two ears were collision at intersection miss Cates was taken to Sioux Valley memorial Hospital for observation and released. Accident was investigated by pity police. Staff photo. Quot to

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