Cherokee Daily Times in Cherokee, Iowa
30 Mar 1966

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30 Mar 1966

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Cherokee Daily Times (Newspaper) - March 30, 1966, Cherokee, Iowa It a toil a Tine offi Cio county end City doily every evening exit of sunday the times How in it ninety sax Ruth Teal Cherokee Iowa wednesday March 30, 1966 console Nuon of the Chr Ali Tim. Toro Etc Chi oif Rokk demo cml we it journal 5 per copy we sheff Iowa fair wednesday a Law and thursday. Low. Wednesday night 35-40. High thursday 60s eat and 70s West Outlook for Friday Little change. Vol. 38, no. 151 a hush talk on ufos stories Brinegar v ill get $28.0 10 Sutherland gun show exhibitor Bob Klein 425 West Cedar hold a set of pennies which Are die Breaks or miss strikes he will exhibit at Sutherland gun show on saturday and sunday. April 23-24 trophies were won in various Coin show throughout area. Show features private collections of guns shells Coin and Antiques. Those wishing to exhibit at show May Contact Bob Orr. Box 128. Aurelia. A staff photo brain Haemorrhage blamed in death 7 Drivers tabs revoked on Omvik in �?T65 Iowa daily press association a total of 2.026 persons had their Drivers licenses revoked in Iowa last year for Drunken driving. The licenses of six Drivers were revoked in Cherokee county last year. Seven wore revoked in 1� n and mar to 1963 Buena Vista had 13 revocations in 1985, nine in 1964 and 13 in 1963 Clay had to revocations last year. 26 in 1964 and 23 in 1963 o Brien had 17 revocations in 1965. 21 in 1964 and 13 two years ago. The statewide total of revocations was 125 less than in 1964 when 2.151 lost their licenses for Omvik. My elects special to the times Washta newly elected officers of Washta methodist youth Fellowship chosen during a meeting sunday night at the Church were president. Vickie Ega vice president skip Leonard Secretary. Julie Haenfler treasurer Linda Frahm representative. Nancy Clark. The group made plans to Semi $15 to the District my fund and $5 to rust College. It was announced that All Candy ordered had been sold and that two More cases had been ordered. Proceeds from the Candy Sale Are being donated to Purchase new methodist hymnals. Soil pad members of the Gie Rokee county Board of supervisors voted to enter into an agreement with the Cherokee county soil conservation District to Cooper at in the installation of a certain structures and Channel improvement work to be located on Public Road right of ways u Ith the grand Meadow watershed a other routine business was also discussed at the meeting of Friday. Mar. 25. Or. Richard Weaver Sunty Falls appeared a the final stale lines m the manslaughter trial of mrs. Mary Ann Mcgowan of Cherokee Ai District court in Spencer tuesday. Or. Weaver it performed the autopsy on 1-year-old Susan after her death on mar. 22 of last year. He testified that she died of a brain Haemorrhage and that the child was covered with bruises. Or. And mrs Mcgowan then took the stand and testified that Young Susan Hru Sicri easily just merely by bumping into furniture and tile like. Testimony they testified that the bruises were caused by artificial respiration that they tried to administer after the Chili had gone into convulsion. A neighbor then took the stand for the defense and hacked up the testimony that the child a easily bruised. He said that she often received bruises while at his Home just by running into household objects. Many officials believe that the ease would go to the jury sometime this afternoon. Mrs. Mcgowan was charged by the Buena Vista county sheriff with manslaughter after sheriff Don bards viewed Iho body of the Young child. Her Case had been Sci for november. But w As delayed Ihu cause of mrs. Mcgowan a pregnancy. She later received a change of venue from the Buena Vista District court to the Clay District court. Minor Accident Cherokee City police investigated a minor Accident near the intersection of first and main streets shortly before 5 p. In. Tuesday. Marilyn Margaret Blatt. 134 South Sioux was turning into the City parking lot. When Glen Williams. Sioux City hacked from a parking space at the curb and struck tile Bali ear. The Blatt car received damage to the left rear door. There was no damage to the Williams vehicle. Set prep a Capers Here on april 5 the annual Cherokee Capers. A student production a1 Washington High school is scheduled for 8 p. In. Tuesday. April 5 in the Washington auditorium. The variety show is under the direction of Russell Mann and Rob Stephenson Washington music instructors. However the arrangements and rehearsals Are up to the individual student performers. Tile show includes a variety of acts including the following a toot toot Tootsie a jazz dance routine a Young at heart a a vocal Solo a Side by Side Quot a group song Quot Bossa Nova Quot instrumentals a magic dragon Quot vocal Trio a tile roaring twenties Quot a Tholos line dance r Anine a four winds Quot a Folk Trio a Meno Alono Quot a Folk singers presentation Quot serenades quartet Quot Green berets Quot vocal a spats and canes a Organ and piano duet a would you believe classical a a comedy routine and Organ music a on the St ret where you live Quot vocal Solo band Squires popular music group a comedy skit. Between these various acts Chris Lack and Debbie Midland will present Short sketches while the stage is set behind the curtain. Symphony seeks new members the Cherokee symphony is anxious to reach All new Jio Ople who have moved into this area and to remind others that the orchestra is always in search of additional players. Musicians and needed who play violin Viola cello string Bass oho Bassoon pc russian and timpani. Since strings Are the heart of an orchestra an unlimited number of string players is needed. To be a member of the symphony a person need not be a concert artist. The music is within the grasp of anyone who has taken lessons for about three years or so. Depending upon the individual s Progress officials said today. Only one player each of oboe Bassoon timpani and percussion Are needed a1 present and they should to quite Ejier Ienco player. Rehearsals Hose just started for the next my final concert of the season which will be sunday May 1. All rehearsals Are at 7 30 p. In. At Cherokee Community Center. The conductor is Lauren j Akey. Violin instructor at Morningside College. A anyone interest re is urged to Contact mrs. W Iliam a. Robinson or i Cherokee or Bob Stephenson. 401 Warrior or come to the Community Cenich on thursday night Tor rehearsal. Pattern phone convention Aurelia eleven representatives from Aurelia attended the 71st convention of the Iowa Independent Telephone association in Des Moines earlier Lins week. Representatives included or. And mrs. John w. Grawn their or. And mrs. John w. Christon sen or. And mrs Lowell Hills or. And mrs Vernon Peterson. Or. And mrs. Erie Gustafson and Mallei Johnson. More than 900 delegates from Iowa a 250 Independent Telephone companies were welcomed to the convention tuesday morning by president Arthur e. Long. Sloan. The Iowa Lnda it indent companies operating in approximately two thirds of tile state s geographic service area brim Telephone communications to nearly 400,000 subscribers by Bob Horton Washington a the air Force said today it has an open mind about unidentified flying Objet to ufos anti makes no attempt to hush talk about flying saucers a a pts Kesman asked about Alk Gallons that Hie air Frow Trie to squelch ufos regions said a in the first place we d is utterly foolish to try to keep people from telling about something they be with their Owtis eyes. Our Job is to explain what is seen not necessarily to change any Widy mind a retired Marine maj. Donald e. Keyho a head of a group railed National investigations committee on Aerial Phenomena. Told newsmen this week the Pentagon has a top level Juley of discounting All ufos report. He said the air Foret Over Fie years has used ridicule to discredit sightings. Key Hoe made the assert it Ai car Bike mishap has minor hurts thirteen year old Michael Chen of Chettie was hospitalized saturday March 19 after tie received minor injuries in a car bicycle Accident on Highway 5. About 5 Miles East and la i Miles South of Chen fun a. The Iowa Highway patrol imported to ult the Oivinn boy we South a und on to Hicy in when he was struck by to a outta hound cat driven by Irvine Strangman. Austin. Minn. No charges were filed. While endorsing a suggestion by House re Wihlie in Leader Gerald r. Fold that a congressional inquiry int the flying Sallier Mailer might tie a Glt gtd id a. The air Force has a so a Tai Public relations office which answers thousand of letter n year from inquisitive persons among them school children. Cor i so. I the officials housewives flying Saucer club Mert tiers arum foreigners. Last year it turned out 3.717 replies to letters Phoui ufos s. The count Tor january and eel Mary already a run Over St requests for information or explanations. And St ores Are being received in la Wake of recept Michigan sightings. Some replies by the air Force Are practically a form letter which says Ilia the air Force has no pictures of flying Sallier. That it does not censor or keep secret reports about ufos and that Congress has not yet seen fit to conduct an inc ligation in the Mailer other replica give specific explanations to people Alto re peal seeing strange lights or Ovstei Anis object virtually All Are accompanied by an annual Niiori of project Blue Book this project started in 1917 has produced explanation for 9.-501 of a total 10.117 sightings ret sated through 1965 project Blue look Hal in unable to explain Hie 646 tidier ufos incident Ami of these merely says a tile dear Wijit Ion a of the object or its motion cannot tic correlated with any known object or Phenomena a a Birds. Kite based on the Tulk of its finding Hie air Force has decided that most people do Mil Sec interplanetary Stiaes shill Lait Bright Start talk Sims satellites comets fireball aircraft mov in Cloud Vajmir trails mis Siles. Reflections mirages searchlights Birds kites soon of radar indications fireworks or Kiaie. In the Case of the Michigan incidents Marsh Gas a pinpointed is the source of coloured lights observed by a number of put Hiple the answers the air Force Luis been Able to turn up led it to the c conclusion 1. No ufos h i Vei Given any indication of threat to the National Security. 2. There is no evidence that ufos a care ent technological development or Prim Isles a Pond present Day silent it in knowledge. 3. There is no evidence that any ufos Are a extra terrestrial vehicles. Send any clues the air Force says to project Blue Smik information office Safo Washington do 20330, communism so messed up reds confused themselves youth a fair after 30-ft. Remsen fall Remsen Robert so Beitler 17. Remsen a listed in fair Conditi Ltd a tuesday at St. Joseph mercy Hospital in Sioux City w Here he was taken after falling 30 feet off a silo ladder saturday. Doctors Rex tried that his Back is broken in six places and thai his Heel Bone is crushed. He was working on the farm of Norman Weber Northeast of Sedley when he climbed up the ladder to get his jacket he a a patently Sli fixed on the wet rungs and fell 30 feel to the Concrete feeding floor below. Tile situation was complicated because telephones were out of order As result of the blizzard. It was necessary to drive to 1<��?~-Mars to summon a doctor and ambulance. Scheitler is the son of or. And mrs. Raymond Scheitler of Remsen. 4-h group helps College station. Tex. A if researchers at Texas a amp a University Are successful in finding a cure for swamp fever in horses they say some of the credit will have logo to members of the Caroline mounties 4-h club of Ridgely. My. By James Marlow associated press news analyst Washington it apr communism is getting so bailed up it not Turfy in it eople in he country Elt a Lux a. It has communist confused Tisi. The rid ruled world or most of it. Has assembled in Moscow to hear the latest soviet policy lines on Stalin. Vici Nam and other communist problem but red China is Rit Here just last week it wrote Hie russians that it would t go. Accusing them of a dirty deals Quot and a of working hand in Glove with us United Stales to Rule the world. Tilts ended probably for a Long time any pm ability of reconciliation lie tween the two giant of communism Only pro Chine a Gimme most parties in Japan. New zealand and Albania rejected Hie invite atm to Moscow this shows poor supp i Tor the Rixi chinese who have suffered one setback alter another in the Pat couple of Yeai a in various parts of the world where they once had influence. But this is a split Between communist parties. Tim new York time sunday bad something tto say Aland what s happening inside the most advanced of All the communist countries the soviet Union. A the soviet society the communists said the times Quot is exciting and awesome inside it the least exciting the least inspiring. Hie least promising element is the communist party itself. A its work As the Vanguard of the 20th Century revolution finished. The communist party goes into its 23rd Congress the present Moscow meeting desperately searching for a new Nile. A in tile changing soviet society the twirly is following Mil leading and monday the time a a ported a in Eastern Europe today communist Mycol by tend to Wither away while communist states remain irs old hat in other word communism is getting to be old Fiat to the people in get my unit a Amine fio see the Western countries bulging with Prosperity. This is understandable the russian revolution i new 48 years old that was King enough to establish a base Tun its ideas Are Enmen in the Phuo Sophy. Ideal a a by and pronouncement of pre-1917 revolutionary Days. Half a Century i often time enough Lur a revolution to Wear itself out. The French revolution in far Lei time than that a lost in the individual ambitions of Nap a Oon and the Philo Ophy of alerts it Silencer that Hie Rich Hie Rich because Hwy Are Sii a error and the pm rare poor because Thev Are inferior which pervaded much of american capitalist thinking in the late 19th Century and the first 35 years of tilts one is pretty Viell i card a. It was lost when the United states government became it welfare state with it social Security program in 1935 and in 1946 Wien conure a declared Tor the first time in that body that the government had a Tes ponzi Mility for the general welfare. Yet one so called expert Atter another in recent weeks tuts suggested the United states take a new and softer line to wind red China to improve both Trade and relation. How they can expect that to Hui it in no matter How hard the United states tried is hard to imagine when it is re Mem two red that red Olina a spurned All efforts by its communist neighbor the soviet Union. To end their rift Arthur j. Goldberg. . Ambassador to the United nations. Said Munday when asked if this country was thinking of ending its out position to a u n scat halted China Quot we have had no indication of a cling of attitude on the part of the red chinese multiple housing eyed Des Moines apr to. Cromwell Tate mental health director will receive a $4,800 a it car pay increase effective april i and substantial raises a a will go to the superintendents of the six state mental hospitals the increases were apr moved tuesday by the state braid of control. Tile Alai of or Cromwell. Who has Overall charge of the six institutions will go from $25,000 to $29 Soo a year the pay scale for institution ii onre endows differs not Only in amount hut a been comp leafed by Hie fact that some Weie paid in rash plus full in intern re e or Ertly with housing or maintenance the i weird in wed to get away from this kind of remuneration but did not do so completely. Or. Cromwell salary is on a strictly Cash Basia. La s m Kin on. Superintendent of the Independence state Hospital and or. W c. Brine Gar. Superintendent of ote Rokee state Hospital were raised to $28.son ii year bul they also receive to my Hou ing. Hrs Koroso and Brinegar Are certified try Hie american Board a of psychiatry and Are on a higher salary Lei Al than other Sutler intr dents who ate not so certified. Actual Alary raise for hoc son and Brinegar Wen stipulated at $3. 100 a year each. New salaries of other ins Titu Hon Heads or Kir Katlin. Fujier intend ent of Clarinda state Hospital $25,800 with no housing or maintenance. Actual increase of $2,-400. Or. Wayne Brown superintendent of mount pleasant state Hospital. $25,200. With no housing or maintenance actual into ease $1,800. Or William c Wal Sherger. Superintendent of the institution Lor mentally retarded at Woodward. $26,100 on Cash Bals Only actual increase. $2,700. I Cima Row la vis. A to run ten Dent of Hie school for mentally retarded Al Glenwood. $19.-500, plus Bee homing Only actual increase $2,700 Cromwell had asked or pay r uses for institution head but none for himself. He said the superintendents have bad Little change in salaries since 1959. The que Royce planning get a Mission met March 28 in the a immunity building with All member present except Elmer Kilt set Bierbaum. Jurn Stilu it in f ii tread inn Cherokee temperatures wednesday maximum 56 for 24 hours preceding 7 a. In minimum 32 for 21 hours preceding 7 a. In Reading 36 at 7 a. In precipitation Lor 24 hour period none. The commission i working on an addition to the present zoning Ord Nace which would accommodate new typos of multiple housing a recommendation was sent to the Cherokee county zoning go Mission that it have billboard control in the new zoning regulations the. Need for a capital improvements program and for ta1-Ginntng to budget for the completion of Gillette Park were discussed Recluse of numerous complaints from citizens the care and Protection of Street Trees were discussed All treet Trees. The Trees on the parking Are protected by City ordinance although it is the duty it of the property owner to have the lower branches pruned up 8 from the ground it is not permissible for anyone to Cut Down or trim in any other Way a Street tree except under the direct supervision of the streets Eontis sooner. Improper pruning and Topping of Trees cause dead slut s Whah invite disease. Funeral services for or. Floyd m. Burnside. 76. Of Cherokee who died tuesday in red Oak. Will in Friday at to a in. At immaculate Conception Catholic Church with father j g. a celebrant of the Mas. Burial is to be in of. Calvary cemetery Here. Rosary is to be recited at 8 30 p. In. Thursday at Greenwood funeral Home. Catholic daughters of America arc a Quested to attend both Rosary and the funeral Mas and Are to Contact Courtesy committee mrs. Oral Hill or mrs. Glenn Pedigo. Strikes Deer Oil Highway a Deer a killed in an Accident 5% Miles South of Cherokee on Highway 59 saturday night when she Jumja de from the ditch into the Smth of a car driven by Earl a. Nugent of Rural Kingsley. Officials reported that the Deer was killed outright. Thoro a moderate damage to the front of the Nugent car. Blizzard babes Are doing a Fine leathernecks race to assault a . Marines run around nose of helicopter that brought them from flight deck of aircraft Carrier Princeton to assault Beach of Saigon Riser Delta 35 Miles Southeast of stay Quot to Clear oui Viet Cong guerrillas from the Delta area. Marines had the distinction to be first american troops to tolerate to the Saigon River Delta. Map wire photo via radio from Saigon the two baby girls lion during last week blizzard were reported by their mothers this morning As doing a just Fine. Linda Renee Fredrick a. I urn Ai her grandparent Home in Cleghorn curly wednesday morning during the height of the storm. She a delivered by her grandparent and a neighbor lady by candlelight because it a impossible to Contact a doctor. She i it the daughter of or and or dam in Fredrick of Cleghorn. Linda Renee will be baptized in the holy name Church in m Mircu. Sunday Rebecca Ruth Nelson daughter of or. And mrs. Shorn Nelson of Aurelia was also born during the blizzard Early wednesday morning her Mother however did make it to Tho office of or Richard Berge cry Aurelia before her birth. They were later taken to Sioux Valley memorial Hospital in Cherokee. They were released sunday the Nelson s have two other Little girls Kimberly. To Ami Polly. 9. Or. And or. George Nelson of Quro Kee Are the grandparents

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