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Cherokee Daily Times (Newspaper) - July 2, 1955, Cherokee, Iowa Pii i i qty Valite Salij him co official county and City daily 38 cars derailed every evening except sunday the times of in its fight to Laird year Cherokee Iowa saturday july 2. 1955 of the it work Tim Cherota Chia. Chare Democrat Wadahu a Turnaj 5rf per copy vol. 27, no. 255 new Honor for Ornen freight derailment Fairview shows part of the 106-car freight train derailment near Burlington wis. Most of the 38 cars which left the track were gondolas Many of which spilled loads of Coke. Derailment took place on the Soo line on a train bound from Chicago to Minneapolis. No one was injured. Map wire photo or it rash in Iowa of unregistered Stock sales mis Moines us a a a regular rash of unregistered Stock sales Quot has broken out in Iowa state insurance commissioner Charles r. Fischer says. Most of tile unregistered securities Fischer said Are Oil uranium dear diary. Washington diary of a Small time reporter in a big time town you meet unusual people in Washington and from walks of life that Arentt always politics. Uterus Jess Ritchie of Oakland calif., whom i ran into in the Rotunda of the Capitol. Effervescent Jess is probably the most famous Small businessman in the Quot because of some White patrol planes to enforce Law on the highways experimental program Over Long weekend Des Moines Tah Iowa jaw j enforcement will take to the air for the first time in history in an Effort to Cut Down on Highway traffic violations during the Tong i foul the of july weekend. The experimental Aerial patrol Pilgram was announced Friday the Highway patrol state department of Public safety and die Iowa National guard. Nine National guard air planes and two helicopters will take off at 9 30 a. In. Saturday to inaugurate Iowa s first attempt at Highway Law enforcement from the air. Each plane will piloted an air National guard officer and carry a Highway patrolman As an observer. Die planed will based out of Atlantic Sibley fort Dodge Cedar rapids Davenport and Des Moises. The aircraft will have radio communication with ail Highway patrol cars in the areas. The it a tool cars will have their numbers painted on top to Aid the Aerial officers la maintaining Contact the plants will Fly at i xxx but of necessary can come Down to 500 feet for Obe Rution. The program was developed and set sip Highway patrol chief David Herrick maj. Cen. Fred Tandy of the National guard Harbert Locke aeronautics commis country powder in a package smaller than a cig Aret pack. Die stuffs ad-x-2 which he i manufactures in Oakland. It s sup and Gas stocks. He added that the a soup up your suing car Battery. Jess and i became friends of die trend has become a matter a considerable concerns to state insurance department. Under Iowa Law securities must registered with the insurance department before they can legally offered for Sale to the Public. Failure to Register the m is punishable a term of up to five i years in prison a $5,000 Fine or \ both. Fischer said iowans also have been buying quantities of "penny1�?T Canadian stocks mail. He recommended against such purchases. A the Sale of unregistered stocks agents in Iowa plus the purchases of Canadian stocks through tile mails in my opinion is costing iowans a million dollars a year Quot Fischer said. Reports of sales of unregistered stocks have been received from Pocahontas Palo Alto Cass Monona Mahaska Audubon and Poweshiek counties Tho insurance commissioner said. At Pocahontas county atty. James Vav. Hudson said lie had on file an information against a person who has been Selling unregistered uranium Stock in that Ana but said the Salesman has not yet been arrested. A Elf these stocks were any Good i presume the Sellers would come to this department and have them duly licensed Quot Fischer commented. A whenever i Hiar of such Stock being sold in this state i assume the purchasers have lost their two Summers ago after i summed up his woes in to Upp words that it Washington continued of Hack Page West mar to got $500,000 through fund Mars Ltd West mar College is one of seven evangelical ended Brethren colleges which will receive $1500.000 through the $5,150,-Uuo United crusade fund being inaugurated the. Church group Friday. About one million dollars of the fund will used to build churches in new areas. Combined with locally raised funds Church leaders estimate that a 20 million Dollar building program will possible during the next four years. Iowa membership in the denomination totals 10,000 in about 50 churches including eight in de Moines. Lightning strikes 2 spots in City highways continued on Page six father son drown Ai Council Bluffs Council Bluffs map a a tiler tried unsuccessfully to pull his son from Dike Manawa near Berg thursday and loth drowned. The laddies of extol p. Clark. Council Bluffs and his son Gary 15, were recovered of five boys summoned to the seen Antonio Olivarez Corpus Irish tex., and his two sons who heard Calls for help. Trie Clarks and Dave Pratt Council Bluffs had gone to the Lake to fish. Young Clark and Pratt went wading old the boy stepped into a Hole. Pratt called to the other Clark for help w Hon he was unsuccessful in pulling Gary to safety. Lark who Pratt said was unable to swim went in after the boy and drowned. Vacation lists careful Cox once on and leadership chosen for outstanding 4-h record of Mugge. Aid let known a. A 4 la baby beef show woman has been named to attend the Iowa state adar to hip come Peru a gust 14 at the slate 4-h club Camp near Madrid. She was picked the county ill committee for the Awat d trip on the of Leader hip and 4-h record. F Mal selection of the Tun candidates vetoes names were submitted Iowa count tee was made members of the Extension youth staff at Iowa state College. Miss Muggie is the daughter of or. And mis. I a Mugge of Cleghorn. The state Confer Nee is held an rally to give Young people training in How grouts function and to give them an understanding of an individual s role in the group. Total attendance at the conf a once w ill too persons each of Hie delegates attending the Camp will rec Ive a $20 scholarship from Sears Roebuck foundation. Die 17-year-old miss Mugge is a Faye Mugge continued on Page six this Olk car this Ole Cor once knew some children this Ole Cor once knew a wife this Ole Cor once knew o Quot Bond and a merry family life but this family s trips Are Over picked a Dang Rous spot to pass then they saw death s Angel Pekin through the broken Windshield Glass. Ain t Gonna need this car no longer j ainu to Gonna Nettl this car no More Hod no time to fix the brakes up. Had no time to fix the door had no time to fix the steering or to drive with More restraint ainu to Gonna need this car no longer they been taken to meet the Saint. A d a Accident prevention department employers Mutu Els it Wausau most cities will allow Cap pistols former resident recalls july 4 Holiday in 1880 for i d a y Flushing that hit ends 31 a year postal career Ida Grove Martin Rasmussen 63, who has served with Tho postal department 31 years retired Here this week. He has been a City mail Carrier in Ida Grove for eight years. Rasmussen received a certificate from postmaster ted r. Murphy for his service. He was also employed at the Kenosha wis., Post office for 23 years. Torrid temperatures were climaxed a crashing thunderstorm Cherokee shortly before Midnight. City police a ported a a fire Call at ii 30 p. To. For the David Cedar residence at 323 South ninth. Lightning apparently struck a to Antenna the Wall on the North Side of the Home. Police also said a Bolt must have hit the radio Tower atop the court House As the police radio went out of commission late last evening and was still Oft Early saturday morning. Rain accompanying tile storm measured Only .19, bringing total moisture in the preceding 24 hours to .96. The High temperature yesterday was 87 and the Low 74. The Mercury stood at 78 degrees at 7 30 a. In. Today. Storm Lake plans for Goc corps storm Lake plans for the organization of a ground observation corps were mad Here this week to insure a permanent round the clock Vigil for foreign Aire aft a ire and other emergencies that might confront tin City representatives of several civic organizations met at the chamber of Commerce office to discuss the need for such planning. J lie Fust aim of Hie Gimp i to locate a suitable site atop a downtown three Story office building. An All weather observation room. Glassed in on All sides is being considered. Tile project is to presented before the City c Council soon. The Post if complot a will on direct wire with Sioux City and Des Moines key posts. Similar projects Are being set up in Alshet t City Newell Rembrandt and Alta. No Issue of daily times on Holiday there Wall no Issue of the Cherokee daily times monday in Observance of july 4. Stores county and City offices and Banks will also remain closed on the National Holiday. By Marlene Fahr americans who have emerged from the my Chani Al age the do it yourself age and now the ii bomb Eta find Little time to Devon to such old fashioned nostalgic Independence Day celebrations that Quot older folks can easily recall. Mrs Annie Johnson one of cherokees older former residents has Many memories of the Way july 4 used to Here. Sin is now living in the Bethel a convalescent Home in Arpin wis. I rough mrs. Johnson s retrospective Mirror w e can look Back to what used to a part of the great Day july 4. Cannons awoke Cherokee citizens at 4 a. In. With grand booms on the Holiday in 1880, the former i resident remembers. A a big Celebration had begun and in those Days celebrations were few and far Between Quot Safte states. A about 8 a. Rn., celebratory Begarif rolling into town a some in a resident continued on Back pack convicted on liquor charge Sioux City a a Sioux City my to sentenced in fed ral court Here Friday on a Cha to of possessing liquor with out Federal tax Stamps. John Henry Hoover 59, was convict j a jury on the charge late. Thins of in he faces a possible j maximum sentence it of two years i in prison a $2,000 Fin or both. Hoover was arrested in May of j ter a a Sioux City policeman noticed the liquor in his cat while giving j him a parking Tiki to the Stern injunction of tay that pistol Down boy Quot inn t Likely to Echo in Many Iowa communities july 4th, even though Cap a guns Are still illegal in Many localities an associated press Survey indicated that the City fathers in Iowa towns and cities Are generally planning to ignore local ordinances Banning Lite use of toy pistols and Caps. Cherokee police chief. Laurence Schmoldt report there Are no orders Here against Sale and use of Cap pistols. A new Law legalizing Cap pistols at the state level was passed the 1955 legislature takes effect july 4til. Many localities however Haven t gotten around to repealing their local bans on the imitation firearms. The viewpoint of local authorities however seems to he one of going along with the intent of the legislature and permitting the Small Fry to pack their shouting Irons along with ammunition for same. In fact although stat Sanction fur the a a weapons has not yet arrived stores have been Selling pm and youngsters have been shooting a pm. By James Marlow j a news analyst 1 Washington Oft the first in Tensive study since the constitutional convention of 17k7 in relations Between the Federal government and the states has just been j completed. Hic Job was done ii 25-Man group set up under the direction of president Eisenhower and rallied the commission on intergovernmental lie at ions. Apis pointed in 1953, it has just reported to Eisenhower. The reason for its creation had its roots in a problem which has plagued this country from the beginning How to keep a proper division of Powers Between the Federal government and the states. The pre born has become in or a singly acute since depression Days and the Advent of the new Deal which widened Federal control Over to citizens while at the Sari Tirrie giving them new benefits and protections. Some Biri not All of what tic Federal government has doric might have been done the j states if to Ley had either the willingness or the financial resources i so the of it Ecial commission tried to examine this whole picture and make recommendations on what the state should do and what the miss Mugge Faye Mugge Cleghorn 4-h girl will attend a stale leadership conference to held August i to 6 at Iowa state 4-11 club Camp near Madrid. She was chosen from a list of 188 candidates whose names were submitted 86 counties. Total attendance at the conference will too persons. A Berk photo know the Odds when driving on the Highway Bill Vukovich twice victorious in Tho too mile rare of Indianapolis. Died in a tragic Accident on memorial Day weekend trying Fen an unprecedented third win in a Row. I the news of Kukuvich s fatal i crash on the filled radio listener with horror. They mourn-1 cd a popular hero several hours later ame the news of 368 deaths in Oiler fatal Auto crashes on the Highway. But the absence of drama in these Accident and the anonymity of the victims produced no comparable sense of loss to the nation us u whole. Bill Vukovich took a calculated risk when he step a of nto ins High Speed nip was an i part Driver and he knew the Collis a you and i might say he a foolish to take such chances. But a driving continued on Back Paus school Board in session study Reid Hon Federal government states Friday Cherokee school Board members nut for their regular session Friday night in Wilson building. Lundy new head Iowa Highway commission Ames Xvi a Russell Lundy of Des Moines Friday was appointed chairman of the new Iowa Highway Roo miss Ion. The commissioners at their first official meeting named Chris Larsen of Sioux City As their representative on the Iowa toll Road authority. The other members of the five Man commission Are Robert k. Reek of Centerville Emory in jowls of Waterloo and Mel Graham of Audubon a Holdover member. Larson will serve on the toll Road authority with Frederick j. Day of Council Bluffs Willis d. Piper of Des Moines de Frick of Davenport and gov. Leo Hough. The appointment of Lundy an attorney to the commission the governor earlier this year was a Center of controversy. The Federal government should do so that the latter would not eventually become All powerful and dominant. De commission made some up civic recommendations. For example education is the states Job my there should not any Gen Oral of Der a i Aid to education the Federal government should a in Lull control of civil defense. In Short the commission suggested less government from Washington More government St lies and local communities. But a government continued in Fage six die group took can a i routine. Senate at first refused to con Busin is. Ute school year budget j limn the appointment but later was presented for consideration marked Down. With final Okay to Given at the i Lundy was Hoegh a manager coming augur meeting during the 1951. Campaign. New superintendent Lloyd w. Commissioners met to Sexton of Lyons. N b., began ser t ving As superintendent of Sel Axxis Here after being presented to the Board. He replaces r e. Creel who resigned this Spring. Further details of the meeting were not available press time saturday morning. Plan an Agenda to Quot better Orient ourselves relative to Iowa Highway matters with special emphasis applied to implementation of the governor s accelerated Road Cherokee county a record to Date 202 Days and no fatalities lets keep it perfect new Alta librarian Stanley Johnson son of or. And mrs. Laurence e. Johnson is librarian for the summer months my is beginning duties Iii to k Iii the Alta Library. He succeeds mrs. Ariki Mist who is moving to Illinois. Johnson will teach social studies at an i Ames High school this fall

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