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Cherokee Daily Times (Newspaper) - July 18, 1967, Cherokee, Iowa A a 4. He q or been c an dictates Susan Sokolowski Paula Hamburg Susie Carlson Vicki Glassmaker Bonnie Allen Carolyn Ashbaugh quem contestants for the Cher Okoe county fair number 13 do year. The Teca have been Busy my big season tickets for the fair in order to earn the title of Queen and the prize Money first prize in $100, second is $60 and third is $40. Therp will be a special prize of $15 for the Kiri who Sells us most season tickets per club member. In addition the fair Hoard pays to percent of the Money turned in from the sales to the club. And offers a gift to participants who Are not top winners contestants tins years contestants for the Crown at the Cherokee fair Are Susan Sokolovski 17, daughter of or. And mrs. Henry , Pierson representing the Tilden Tillies Ann Pfoff 16. Daughter of or. And mrs Louis Pfaff Aurelia representing the Aurelia lassies Susan Martin 16. Daughter of mrs. C. W. Mar tin. Aurelia representing the Alou ettes and the Afton or Farmers. Linda Jones 16, is the daughter of or. And mrs. Claude Jones. Cherokee and was chosen by the Cherokee comets18 year old Roberta raw in of Pierson represents the grand Meadow lurks and future feeder. Her parents arc or. And mrs role Ert Rawson. The Marcus Maidens candies ate is Joan Addy. 16, the daughter of or. And mrs Carles Addy Marcus and Bonnie Allen is la represent the c wintry Ramblers she is the 17-year-old daughter of or. And mrs. Dor flt be Allen. Aurelia. Paula Hamburg 16. Daughter of mrs. Thelma Hamburg Cherokee. Was chosen by the Afton Lucky Clover and West Afton feeders. Tile Amherst progressives selected Susie Carbon. 17. Her parents Are or. And or. Enc Carlson Marcus Terr the daughter of or. And mrs. Vernon Fierk Aurelia is 16 and the Chou e Ltd the Aurelia . Karen King 17, will represent the Quimby quorum. The daughter of or. And mrs pm King she is 17. Vicki Glas sneaker 16, repro scots die Sheridan stars and la the daughter of or. And or. John tila Smaker Cleghorn. Carolyn Ashbaugh the 16-year-old i Nighter of or. And or. Tom Ashbaugh. Meriden is the Candida of the Cherokee Clover ettes. Lee Susan Martin Linda Jones Terri Fierk Joan body Ann Pfaff Robfrta Rawson Karen King till or a Hee official county end City doily every evening except sunday 1jwwv in / x a a notarial Sec too i urn out at it in slide appreciation Day or time new service Quimby Menthy 4jow turned out fur Kuhn it it annual appreciation i it in m a it devouring wite Arneten Cotton Curtly an other treats in the carnival like Atnes Here of the us it Ltd a a Ful event. Official of Uva Quimby commercial club m d they used Ali 5.000 Pound of Melon a and it a All free. Some us arty children took part in a Parade through the town s Busine Dia Triet. There a a circus theme tor the Parade with ult aboard trikes bicycles Ranics and other convey Anu is. Appreciation Day followers enjoyed a concert by Lite Willow Community school bund in the evening hour in Maili Street in the afternoon baseball game anthon<0to major Peewee Defeated Quimby 4-1, but Quimby returned the favor. Inning in die contest tor minor Peewee. 5-4. Official said the throng a one of the belter crowds in the events history they also air a Liney wish d to thank tit daily time and Ute radio stat Kin for publicity. Harold Clark of Quin Day Vvs a Thi an Eil a Ditko Ner in the free n4 lad eve Enung. Janene Sherman. Formerly a f Quimby Amin it a a a Sioux City Vvs Mth it transistor radio. Rot Arian met Munday and viewed a slide program tin South America presented by Cliff Chap Man tit try regular luncheon a Hilsa is be try presided at the net my. Ami guest were Gene Ullestad. Charier 0 a a Sig . Auburn. Ca of. Dale Barms. Bbl cd Ari w k. A Mumsen. Quimby a he weather elsewhere by. The associated press air Bike purulent boy a ear bicycle act tint monday a veins resulted in hos Nataliza Lam i it a 9-year-om Wayne Han to 719 11.uhland ave., Cherokee. Tit child Vav ii ruling hts hike near his i Tome when he Tiro used the path a Jiun Une Oming vehicle driven by Fred to Onlie. 29. Cherokee. Tote Bike struck Ute cur arid then struck a nearby Park car. He Vins taken to shh in Valley memorial Hospital with a broken leg and i a Quirt Tel in Good condition today. High Low or. Albany Cloudy. I How Aline Querques Clear 75 58 a Atlanta Clear a a us 62 Bismarck Clear ,. I 09. Bois Clear is 63 a rust it a rain. 77 64 t Buffalo Clear ,80 64 i a oui ago Clear. 82 67 a a Cincinnati Cloudy 82 37 .30 Cleveland Cloudy 77 58 Denver Cloudy 74 55 .03 Des Moines Clear Al 61 Detroit cow Xiv 78 62 Fairbanks Cleat. 64 46 fort Worth rom 86 70 .04 Helena Cloudy 75 50 of Honolulu Cloudy ,. 87 77. _ Indianapolis Cloudy 85 i of Jacksonville Cloudy 90 72 a. Juneau Cloudy. 62 45 .05 Kansas City Cloudy 78 68 in la is Angeles Cloudy 84 63 a Louisville Cloudy. 83 60 a a the time no us in it ninety seventh year Cherokee logo tuesday july 18, 1967 of Tuyub Yrtti a flu time. Ctr room Cli cd atm do Dot Washta a Normal 10< per copy weather Iowa Iowa parity Cloudy and warmer with Chance of scattered showers Ami thunderstorm tuesday night my wednesday vol 31 number 248 rail strike is broken by Federal work Law tentative peace at Denison Long line for free Watermelon a big favorite but so were the carnival vide and hundreds of rounds of Watermelon were Given Cotton Candy. A Large crowd took advantage of away tuesday night at Quimby s annual a the Good weather. A staff photo predation Day Celebration. Watermelon was a Denison map a i a a beef packers co. And spokesmen tor sinking workers urged to rotifer by officials earing a a another Harlan a reached tentative agreement on a settlement Early tuesday. Tim strike . However. Pending a vote by m Une 250 employee of the slaughtering and Hale curing i lants in wednesday la worker. S u p port the agreement work will resume thursday. Fred , president of the striking associated employees organization said the agreement was reached about 2 n m Oomens of the proposal were not disclosed hut Claxton Laid he believes the prof Wal is favourable to employees. Tile meeting was pushed by Crawford county Sherif i it a 11 Lehr and county atty. Joe Rod Dicker. Stehr said be did not want a another Harlan a in Denison. This was a reference to the Long and bloody Western Iowa pork co. Dispute last year which flared into a riot and several i a dents of vandalism. Although Law off leers had readied reinforcements in Case of trouble the walkout which began last Friday has remained generally peaceful. There were a Low incidents it Stone throwing monday Ami Early tuesday As supervisors entered and left the Plant through picket lines. Beet slaughtering a resumed monday at a reduced rate. The strike began when the company prepared to distribute i booklets containing copies of a work agreement Roach to last february. The Union claimed the firm id made a five r a i changes in the pact and thus no Tuuu acl existed. By Neil Gilbride Washington a the nation s strike snarled railroads prepared to Speed Vitul cargoes tor War and i Cace on their Way again today Atter picket lines started crumbling under a bad eral la ack i a Stork Law. A a Titis will enable the products of our farms and factories to move freely once More a said president Johnson in signing the Law Congress hastily passed monday to end the first nationwide rail walkout in 20 years. A it will permit vitally needed arms Ami supplies to be sent to our fighting Force in Vietnam without interrupt Johnson said. Gov t imposed it also requires a government imposed settlement of the wag dist Ife if unions and management Don t ranch their own agreement within 90 Days. A Union Leader angrily called us Law a utne strike breaking act of 1967�?o but members of six Sho Cruit unions began Oli eying it by returning to Wark a Little More than 48 hour Atter the strike began. Unum Pacific and great Northern Railroad officials said pickets were withdrawn and a Union official said strikers v Ere ready a a return to their jobs on the Burlington Railroad. But pickets remained in Many cities where strikers said they were awaiting official word from their Union chiefs before oing Back to their jobs. Machinists official . Nos Bett of Pine Bluff. Ark., said it a Zouki take a oderal court order to get his men Back to work. Even where a Quick return to work was expected Railroad officials weren t sure they could get commuter trains running Iii tune for the morning Rush of a passengers. Could extend the Law forbids resumption of any strike for the 90 Days in which a White House Board will seek a voluntary settlement and the Board would extend this a late As Jan. I 1969. By invoking the compulsory settlement provision. The Board could also impose a mandatory settlement for a Shorter period. Some 137, machinist electricians boilermakers t Ai Mea and firemen Ami oilers seek wage hikes of 6.5 per cent this year and 5 per cent next year. Plus 12.5 cents per hour each year for higher skilled men. They Row average $2.94 Jar hour with skilled men getting an average $3.05. Mis install Here tonight knights of Columbus w ill hold installation of offcuts at 8 15 p. In. Tuesday. Wive Arni friends Are invited to the event which will be followed by u lunch. Tom Donovan will be installed As grand Knight Aud r it Ger Iontele will be made Deputy grand Knight. Mage. Louts Lynch is chaplain for ii k of c c hindi. Other officer Are. Duane Forest Chancellor Kirk Phillips recorder Don Campbell financial Sec Rota a it Robert a Selhoff. Treasurer Ray a Harding advocate Arnold Hasel Hott. Warden Paul Beeson inside guard Harold Glover outside guard. Trustees Are Frank Kitchen Jim Mccarthy and Peter Cosgrove. City Reading Cherokee temperatures tuesday maximum 85 for 24 hours preceding 8 a. In. Minimum 61 for 24 hours preceding 8 a. In heading 64 at 8 a. In precipitation for 24 hour period none. Blow out then mishap occurs a by i avg a i caused an Accident Early Thi morning on the highways 3 and 5 bypass near Cherokee. Mrs Eleanor spark. Cherokee. Was travelling East on the bypass at 2t30 a. In. When the right front Tiro blew. Caus Ini her veined to swerve into and glance off the Bridge. Mrs. Shirks was uninjured but there a damage to the Lender wheel Ami Axle. She was travelling Between 50 and 60 Miles Lier hour when the Accident occurred a miss dumpy Keem by n pc it. Maine Jet a Lindley Hunder is the new miss dumpy who reigns Over National dump week in Kennebunkport. She won the title Over eight other contestants. Her costume was discarded Magazine covers. Rain due in Iowa a hand of scattered Thunder showers moved into Iowa tuesday and promised to remain through wednesday along with slightly higher temperature. The weather Bureau predicted Low tempi erasures tuesday night around 60 and High wednesday Well into the 80s. Readings ranged Early Yues Day from 60 in Mason City. Burlington Cedar rapid and Ottumwa to 64 in Spencer. Highs varied monday from 80 in Burlington and Ottumwa to 87 in Sioux City. Pool closes at 6 30 the Cherokee municipal swimming Pool flu close at 6 30 p. In. W i d need a in preparation for the 7 of clock swimming meet hero with storm cherokees Wall unearthed archaeological excavations near Cherokee last weekend proved profitable loading to the discovery of a portion of the Wall of old fort Cherokee. Or. Marshall Mckusick Archil Logist from the University of Iowa spent Friday through sunday in the Cherokee area checking on current Field work. Friday was sgt oni at a site near Westfield being excavated by Drexel Peters where the first House known for to great Oasis culture was discovered. Along with Duane Anderson Sanford museum director and j pc Beals. Mckusick visited Iho old fort Cherokee site on saturday. Using a Resistivity Bridge a device designed to locate subsurface features by sending electric current through the ground and measuring the resistance on a silage they attempted to find the Wall of the Ald Structure. Initial attempts met with Little Success hut further work sunday Vith a Back Hoe Lead to discovery if the Structure Mckusick reported that excavations will be conducted there in the near future after a Crew can by assembled from other projects in the state. Actual work will begin at the site sometime this week but magnitude of die excavations has yet to be worked out he said

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