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Cherokee Daily Times (Newspaper) - June 13, 1964, Cherokee, Iowa
Ltd hts Akee pails a Pirn Westside Ca 5 3ib3 Eastside Ca 5 4410 in Cherokee Call Between 6 do amp 6 30 if your paper is missed the time now in tit ninety fourth tent official county and City daily every evening except Sun Day Cherokee Iowa saturday june i 3, 1964 ohm no Iii us rut Wall Tea journal c m Mai i Mill i my Al i in Cheiu a a i .in.i, Hurto Fuff Chiff. 5e per copy vol 36, no. 215 Rowan at melt to of to. I. Rowan Chei Oker Teleg Lapeer and Iii kid agent for the Illinois Central hell him i is at tending a in the Orel a of Railroad Teleg Raphers us to Delegate from i Iowa i division. Thu quadrennial convention is timing held in Miami Beach flu june h-19, Howitz is tile chairman Here for lh1 0kt of tile Iowa i div Ision. Replanting some Corn in county the Black Clit worn is still Active in Cherokee county with some replanting timing done. According to re ports some Farmers Jet replanting Corn and others Are putting in Beans. Tim a is now a Factor Edh this timing the tinier line time for com replanting. It was reported that Oats Are heading out. But stalk arc whorl in some areas because of la Lack of moisture. However. Moat oat stands look average or above it was reported. It was also reported that average Corn will he knee High or More by the fourth of july. This has been a yardstick for Farmers for Many years. Most com looks Good and nearly All of the crop has been cultivated once. There is still some haying being done. Most Alfalfa yielded a Good crop for the first cutting new pastures Ore in Good condition and most Are still Green except where there has been heavy grazing or when the pasture was used Early. Offi Cio in said recent Iti us have been very scattered with some areas receiving adequate moisture while other areas Are g Hon. It was to sorted that rain is still needed Over the county. Curl is set Unm enacting Mascot a bait Lei h. 15. A ninth grader in Racine. Wis., discovers that biology class Mascot a As Boa constructor. Bas Teeth. Class purchased so a foot Snake last of tier and since students have gotten to know him several have become Villin to let him wind himself around their necks a wire photo sold Bomi denier shul cold Bond stamp company a lose i its gift cml or in Cherokee it was announced to Day by trading stamp officials. The Center was located at Randall s sit mar Vail store on South second Street. Stamp savers in the Cherokee Aren who reside More the in 25 Miles from a gift renter May now take advantage of i convict lord or plan to order their gifts. To Tutor pos storm Lark Boyd if. Knapp of Quimby and Strom Lake a May graduate of Buena Vista of loge has accepted a High school English teaching position at West Sioux Community school i Lawn r Der for 11n 1964-65 school year. How House backed up lbs on foreign Aid by James Marlow associated press news analyst Washington Tapi almost from the time foreign Aid began 17 years ago there has been a kind of game every year Between the president any president. And Congress Over Money. Wednesday suddenly the Gam Stop cd. Hut until then thin was the yearly rout in whatever the president asked Tor Congress Cut Down. Then he got a Ion. With tile Money Congress voted. The Sam tiling tin next year and la same result. The big exception was that first time i 1947. Because Greece and Turkey were threatened by communism president Truman asked $400 million in a hurry and Congress gave it to him. Later that year he proposed a much bigger Aid program for Western Europe the Marshall plan. It got going the next year when Congress gave him $0 Bil a lion instead of the $6.8 billion he asked. The game was on. As the years pusses the critical mood in Congress and Tho country toward foreign Aid hardened. The criticism went in a number of directions of which these a Only a few tin prospering allies weren to doing their share of aiding backward countries too much waste some of the receiving countries weren to showing enough self discipline and cooperation. On it went last year the game Between president and Congress came to a boil when president John f. Kennedy pulled a tactical Boner. On Jan. 17. 1963 he asked $1 9 billion in foreign Aid hut this was just about a month after he had set up a social 10-Man committee headed by Gen. Lucius d. Clay to study the whole Aid problem. By Tho end of March which was before the dawdling Congress Ever really got Down to work in Kennedy a request the Clay committee came in with its re Piort. It was a contradictory and often foggy document. But it had a lot of critical things to say Al it out the Aid program. Which gave Supi Ort to some of the congressional critics who Hail practically made a Carcer of being foreign Aid Economizer. The Clay committee seemed to suggest a a seemed is hic necessary word Here because it the tog hint Kennedy could get aking with $4.4 billion instead of the $1.9 billion he said he needed. Kennedy promptly and obligingly cab a original request Down to 4.5 billion which just bolstered the argument of this who had always claimed any president s foreign Aid request was Lull of fat arid unnecessary padding. To make a Long Story silo ii and it was a very Long Story Congress finally authorized spending Only $3.� billion. Nothing shows bet tee the dawdling condition of the Congress lust year. It did t do the authorizing on president Kennedy s request until dec. 9, and by then he was dead. And the $3.6 billion it a a it proved was $1.3 billion less Hun lie had originally asked. But w Hen Congress authorizes spending its jus saying what the ceiling must lie. After that it must vote the appropriations the actual amount of Money it will let the president have to spend. It Wasny to in Lii dec. 30 that it finished the appropriations Hill originally a Kad. This year president Johnson did a Complete switch in the routine. He asked for Only $3,5 billion Anil said that was Rock Bottom. And meanwhile a real pro in dealing with Congress he went to work. Wednesday the result was almost a Miracle. The House authorized practically every Penny of the $3.5 billion Johnson said he needed. The Senate still has to act. And after that both houses must decide on the appropriation. Maybe before its Over Johnson veil got in. Than he asked. In it own Way Thi is a big an achievement for Johnson As getting the Railroad dispute settled earlier this year without a strike. It was the first time anything like this has happened since 1947. Con cent Pele said. 42 guardsmen to Camp on july 18 Des Moines a a coordinated statewide crackdown on traffic violators with special emphasis on s he Lars will in carried out this summer. Slate safety commissioner William Sueppel announcing this Friday said it will tie the i irs Tim that stat county and City officer have joined together in a statewide drive to reduce traffic fatalities. Such a coordinated Effort has teen done locally in the past. Sueppel said the courts also will let a asked to cooperate by assessing what he called realistic penalties against violators a traffic it nun conference has been called for june 18 in Des Moines by chief Justice Theodore Garfield of the Bina supreme court to Dis uss tins matter. A major objective of tile Ltd Ive Sueppel said is to a improve the attitude of Drivers and develop in Tho Public a new res act for All traffic Laws. A traffic violation is involved in seven out of to automobile deaths and Speed is the no. I killer in Iowa. Sueppel said. Speed is the major cause of More than one third of All of Iowa s fatal accidents he said. A total traffic fatalities Tiniuc to run Al out 30 or 1 his year a i hive the same Iod last year Quot Sueppel a if something i not Kine to Stop tins senseless Slaughter we Are going to kill 750 to Hoo a sons on the highways tin year. A More Ilian 200 Wen killed last year in june july and August alone. There Are Moi cars on the Road Moi licensed divers Ami More Miles timing driven this Yeai than last. All the signs mgt int to a Lugger toll this summer than a year ago. Man Tower Anil equipment of state county and City enforcement agencies will in tooled Sueppel said and they will be concentrated on roads and streets whet experience indicates speeding i a problem. Secondary roads will receive considerable attention Sueppel Haiti because More than 50 Lier cent of this year s increase in traffic deaths tin of culled on those roads ii said tile increase on primary Highway is a link in than 30 per cent and ii is up Al out to per t ent in cities and towns. Highway patrol supervisors Are going to work on weekends throughout tile summer in order to throw maximum manpower on the roads during those a Eri ods Sueppel said la said about 50 Lier ent of tile fatal accidents last year occurred on weekends. Durrlia l l v Iii mxchmmi1 p program a at i Lin three member Aurelia Golden acres Fra Chaplet be in Mont. Through an Fra student re his a program. A making the frit Are Bdl Plagman Ltd of of and i Raiji Plagman Richard Swan win sin Fri Aud i Albert Swanson and Orlyn Anderson on of or my i Oswald a ride Mon tile Flathead of aft r in Kulm Iell vent tvs a member to the Aurelia Community tile Montana Yuth Wilt tour Fred and fertilizer companies a vault As livestock feeding open a dons. While in Montana the three Aurelia Meliers will take movie of their activities amt return Home met nday the Exchange is a cooperative activity to it worn the Fra chapter and aul cd i Kew Anis club 2 arca grads at St. Joseph Mary Schmidt miss Cecelia Lindner daughter of or. And mrs. Uit Nemann and miss Mary Schmidt daughter of or. And mrs William j. Schmidt Cherokee Iowa Art Meliers of til graduating class of St Joseph mercy school of Yudum in Sioux City Iowa and participated in commencement activities sunday june 7 a baccalaureate mass was offered by la right reverend monsignor Julius j Berger Hospital chaplain at to of clock in til Cha Tel of St. Joseph Mer y Hospital. Reverend father Gerald a Hart. Instructor Urchin highs Bool Sioux City was l avid Strom i Hawkeye stat Alta David Stroms Ltd of or. And or. Elmer is rom. Attended Hawkeye boys state at Camp Dodge Des Moines. He is vice president of the Alta band a member of the marching band and High Scho i dance band. A Strom is quarterback of the football team and participates in basketball track and baseball. The Smith american legion Post 498 sponsored Strom to represent Alta at the event. More the in to Cherokee \ i Bona i guardsmen will go to summer Camp july 18aug i the two week summer training per Kef will i held at Camp till left. Minn the major change at summer it amp thin veal i in us a tote w Iii a int a a Lay hair than the in a Emp Viivi a til training that Tom simulated hut to Pilot additional Ltd duty i quor ment of four d in and night tin t a i into last , ii Rve Only to i Cal isl i t Lek can n Al it it a in it my it cond to ate Opportunity night training. 6 in. Faculty Limiter. Six to la. Coll t Yeai Addi to to have there Wilt a be on t Ink inf Mir problem the which the two elements will in to. Together support i try Tiller Fin other components of the second battalion hit int in try who will Abt by at Camp during the same time Are so Xix City a Mars. Sheldon a Grove amt Mapleton. 42 from Here the 42 men Frem the Cherokee unit who will attend Camp Are Fin ids. Edward of Castra. Sioux Center Harold Tbs amp on. Sutherland. Ste. William e. Bilney spirit Lake i a Bren Sorensen cherokees sgt. Duane to pin. Hartley and Monte Mccormick Cherokee sat. John Ander in Alfa Davit i rack Hartley. Thom a Gillespie storm Mike ceral i Jensen Aurelia Robert Puhr Mann Paullina Cpl Arnold Dawson. Cherokee and Robert Miner Paullina. Up -4 Veryl Droe Gmuer il4-Otein Dennis Docommun. Larrabee Richard Erich in. Remsen j ame Graum. Aurelia Ronald Klingbeil Remsen James Grain Aurelia Ron let Klingbeil Remsen. Robert Kluender Hartley Merle Lairman Alta Robert Izaj Nuqui. Cherokee kennels Nelson Marcus Clarence Pear son. Marcus Clayton Peterson. Alta Harold Reinboth. Aure i and Jerry Schar Niberg Hanley. Pre Peter by Mke Fem. Quimby in it a Chase Meriden m in Drefke. Marcua Larry Dyslin Cherokee Kenneth Hofmeyer Orange City Gerald Imbach Cleghorn Gerald Rawson Pierson Gary Schuett to Stein Fred Johnston and Hoyden Rupp Cleghorn an Ralph Watta. Privates Douglas Henke Quimby Robert a it Edor. Milieus Michael Laid John Phi up and Russell Woods ill Bosch. I Okoe. A total of 35 other men will not attend Camp a they Are completing or waiting to rum put six month Active duty training. A Clew served Wen mins including the 105 in in. Jeep mounted recoilless Rifle. 30 Ca ilm and m-60 machine gun Ami Al . Mot tors will he t a Ken. Of there will if our personnel carriers provide at Camp an i local vehicles to to taken will include two jeeps on % in and three 2u bin trucks. Prior to Camp s Nalls loaf Holstein and William Rubel Lauren will attend the lava military Academy june 14-28 at Camp Dodge pfc. Terry Ehrich tie Rock and sp.-4 Melvin Ehlenger Marcus will also Ammi no courses at the same Tim a a a amp Dodge and Cpl. Perrin and up -4 Leroy Schoon both o Cherokee will to Ai hand As assistant instr Ora. Cecelia Lindner the baccalaureate speaker. Following tile a a luncheon was served to the clergy graduates their parents and faculty. Rear Admiral Howard a Yeager us commandant ninth naval District. Great lakes Illinois was the speaker at the afternoon common a a ment ceremony held at 2 30 of clock in the ballroom of the Sheraton Warrior motor inn the graduates were presented by sister Mary Maurice . Director of nursing education. Monsignor Berger conferred the diplomas to the nurses. Miss Lindner will join the staff of St. Joseph mercy school ii nursing in september. Carnival for Aurclia Oil june 19-20 air Elia a carnival will in in Aurelia Friday and saturday june 19-20. The appearance is sponsored by Aurelia american legion Post and will feature rides stands Ami Booths. There is an advanced Sale of tickets by Aurelia merchants with kiddie rid tickets at a discount. The program will also include a legion Dane a saturday night of the carnival. Prizes of beef win be Given away. Storm i 11 of i appointment Lilly of Ftp Navi a the Ihm Imu Aden been announced. The Are or. La my w Hill a professor of English Ami chairman of too languages amt the Erat Are division. Richard l Moonier Assoria professor of math Mali Snorman g in no m i assistant professor of this Ine administration. John a Van Valkenburg Dean of men Dean no pet sing. Assistant this him w manager Ami took St re manager and mrs la an is. Renting circulation and reference librarian. An is late prof is for at South Dakota state for the past three years Hirk also has taught at Southeast Missouri state Mankato min state Iowa state Valparaiso amt Hastings a graduate of St Ambrose. Be hold m a and pm d. Degrees from the state University of Iowa and also has studied at Yale. A professor of English at Buena Vista he replaces or. Man get her a Cyan Par win will Tea h at the University of Missouri Blanch in Kansas City next year Himko a apply tent is division chairman is prompted try or Albert f lists h assuming Mon no state this tall after Many years in the chair Man hip. A member of the mathematics faculty at Midland College in Nebraska since 1947, Minter taught previously at Dana in Nebraska capital in Nive Risty in Ohio and Luther College Regina. Saskatchewan a graduate of capital he hold an m a from Ohio state and Bio taken additional graduate study there and at the University of Nebraska. Moonier will Repin e mrs. Jam s feb Conga Rosalie j. Wilson a who will live in Philadelphia next year. Bonn a a currently in graduate St Kol at Iii state University id Iowa received ins b. A. I Lorn West mar and firm the University of South Dakota. He taught at Huron College two years before going to Iowa. He is married and the lather of two children. He ret Ila c is or. Matthews Faithe who has retired. Van Valkenburg come to Buena Vista from a similar it at Adrian College in Michigan. Prior to going to Adrian in 1958, he served two years in Thad Ltd on. Mic Community school us a science and pah Seal education teacher my elementary suffer Viii. A graduate of Adrian he received the m. A Iron Mulligan state and also bus studied at tile University of new Meson and til University of Toledo. Married arum the father of three Ehi Idren he relates William d. Brown it Buena Vista. Brown plans to enter graduate school Al the University of Colorado. The per sings came to Buena we Lorn Tiffin Ohio where piping was Bookstore manager at Heidelberg College for the past six years and mrs. Pei sing a a High school librarian a graduate of the University of Mihigan Persing for Many years was engaged in manufacture and later a a consultant with companies in Argentina and Chile before spending four years in wholesale merchandising. Mrs. Persig was a High school English and French teacher before entering graduate school. She received b. A. And ii s. Degree from Bowling Green and Kent state in Ohio. The Persing have two children. A married daughter living in Virginia and a son currently in the Navy. On Tho Buena Vista staff Persig replaces Luverne g. Anderson who resigned in february to work for a manufacturing firm. Mrs. Parsing s Post is a new one at the College. Leaders of Senate vote a sen Everett Ihrk Seit up Iii. Left and sen Hubert Humphrey of pose at Capitol after leading fight in Senate to Erat unlimited debate of the a in is rights Hill by a them senators ice Joernt and Republican joined Force 71-2 to invoke Mure in Bill. Map wire photo i Alx i farm tour on june it the second annual chamber of Commerce agriculture Bureau farm tour will he held on wednesday june 17, it was an noun id today Lyle Phil on. Forrest Kohri and Tom a Burney Are chairmen in charge of the event. Tentative plan have Imen made to visit four Cherokee county farm. Officials said they hoi to see a new Complete hog finishing operation baby pig hatchery cattle feeding operation and Turkey Tim idling farm. Officials said the tour Wilt leave at pm from Speedon Steak House and Tran pot tation will Imp furnished anyone interested in attending the tour should intact the chamber office. Following the tour there will to an evening dinner at specimen s Steak Houe for Host Farmer and then wive. I Ai St year four farms were toured with a Large delegation on hand for the tour Pun hmm of the tour i to Ltd create tatter understanding be tween the farm and Mer Bant and to give businessmen the o j it or Unity to so anti hear hmm a particular operation work and what problems the farm has which Are related to the businessman. Lunas Kiddle to court univ 0 associated press sports writer Des Moines map Fred Riddle who tid a big to a p Issing record As an Iowa quarterback last fall has decided to give up football a and Coo in Trute on basketball next year the 197-Pound premedical Stu in Rit won letters in both Tim As a Homor an t a a it a he will in a senior not fail. Riddle s decision a disclosed Lay Ralph Miller new Hawkeye basketball coach in an interview. Riddle asked in some time ago what his chances were in basketball next year a Milter said. A i told him they were As Good a Anyox qty else. I know he is used to the pressing defense i use because he played that Way in High school Al Collinsville Miller said Riddle did not play much basketball last season a but he had a pretty a mix year As a Sophomore i Register for car starting on monday registration for the free safety checked car being Given away by the retail Trade Bureau begins at 9 a m. Monday Ami continues through the week until 8 30 p. In Friday. The Only requirement is that registrants be 18 years old or More. The free vehicle will be parked at Maple and second Harvard degree David j Nelson of Cherokee was among 3.000 bidets who received degree at the 313th commencement at Harvard University thursday. Nelson received i Bachelor arts degree. There were a Iota to 1.000 a degrees conferred during the exercise. Wuu gain. Must from tax slash by Sam Dawson a business news analyst new York a the most tantalizing whodunit of the sea son is who is going to get the biggest boost out of the Federal income tax Cut. The Commerce department has asked manufacturers about their sales prospects and reports them feeling that they for one will Benefit in the form of rising sales. Their predicted Are notably More expansive than just three months ago. Part of this is because they feel the tax Cut is Ding to help their salesmen in dealings with optimistic customers. Al Sale already have risen faster than they had collected Ami they feel that the Cut fat Fidenco Horn from the tax int is a major Factor there too. The Survey of l200 Large manufacturers show them expecting sales to Advance right tin High september at least at a it ate of 2 or cont or better breaking records along the Way. The manufacturers have to share with a number of a a thers this feeling that the tax Cut is just the thing to help them Slot in coning in it Oihi insurance salesmen ure urging old customer to expand their coverage and tackling new prospects who have moved up a notch financially. Investment houses Ami Stock brokers Are eyeing the w a Tau As Money that could be channelled into securities. Travel agents and recreation managers Are confident that families will jut any savings into More fun or longer trips or More expensive facilities. Savings institutions however Are sure that they la get a gent Deal of the increased take Home i Gay at least in the Early months. The Commerce department retorts that its earlier Survey had shown manufacturers expecting factory sales to go up $900 million in the first three months of this year. In fact they went up $2 9 billion to a record $109 i billion for the period. Post for Timmons Minneapolis map William e Timmons Iowa state insurance commissioner has been elected vice president of the National association of insurance commissioners holding its annual convention Here
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