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Cherokee Daily Times (Newspaper) - May 20, 1963, Cherokee, Iowa I a in cd Jaila a the times Low in its ninety third tear Westside Ca 5-3183 Eastside Ca 5-4410 in Cherokee Call Between 600 amp 6 3g of your paper is missed official county and City daily every evening except sunday Cherokee Iowa monday May 20, 1963 consolidation of the Cherokee times Cherokee chief Cherokee Democrat Washta journal 50 per copy vol. 35, no. 194 Cooper finally relaxes Market ready to Cut tariffs by Jules Loh Cape canaveral Fla. Api with two Days of examinations questions and confetti behind him astronaut Gordon Cooper planned to do absolutely nothing today except relax. That something that comes easy to a Man who can doze off while perched atop a rocket set to blast him into space. Asked a1 a news conference sunday if he thought his flight concluded project Mercury Cooper replied that it was his personal opinion that great gain would come from an extended Mercury flight. Then he tossed the question to i or. Robert c. Seamans associate administrator of the National aeronautics and space administration. Quot we Are laced with a decision in the next week Ca so on another Mercury flight a Seamans said but said it is quite unlikely another Mercury manned Mission will be conducted. Quot the longer you keep Mercury personnel working on Mercury flights the longer you delay putting them on the gemini program a he said. Huck finn Grin tuesday the laconic oklahoman with the Huck finn Grin will receive the National aeronaut us and space administrations distinguished service medal from president Kennedy at a ceremony in the White House Rose Garden. Then he will address a joint session of Congress and the following Day will go to new York for a ticker tape Parade. Today Cooper plans Only to rest from the one predictable after effect of his 34-hour cosmic adventure an Onrush of adulation from an admiring populace. Lbs latest taste of it was a Homey and Heartfelt Welcome by the people of Cocoa Beach who turned out sunday along a simile Sti etch of Sun drenched Highway and waved flags and Bunting and Beach towels and hollered Quot Well done it was one of the hugest crowds Ever assembled in this Neon lighted Sand spit which the astronauts Call their Home away from Home. The astronaut accepted the plaudits from an open car waving and grinning his now famous Grin. Beside him was his wife Trudy. Two cars behind a Ere their daughters cantata 14, and Janita 13, smiling in teen aged embarrassment. The Parade ended at a Beach front Motel where the girls sat demurely and listened to their father describe his 22-orbit space flight for the Benefit of the 700 had watched him Days earlier. Cooper told orbit he performed his various experiments made photographs of celestial Phenomena and by Carl Hartman Geneva a the european common Market countries agreed today to american demands tor across the Board Tariff cuts. This apparent reversal of position was aimed at ending Hie deadlock Between the worlds two greatest trading blocs. Bul at the same time the six european countries demanded that in return the United Stales agree to an automatic formula for adjusting gaps Between High american tariffs and lower european ones. West German economics minister Ludwig Erhard claimed credit for the new proposal which he said he thought would end the deadlock with the United states. 1 French finance minister Valery Giscard Deestaing said a a it s for j the americans to the full session of the 73-nation general agreement on tariffs and j trades conference marked time while the common marketers and i the americans cockeyed for position. Chairman bans Schaffner of Switzerland called off an afternoon meeting but agreed to preside at a special evening session of the disputing sides. Crux of the situation is that ministers of the common Market countries a France West Germany Italy the Netherlands Belgium and Luxembourg insist on reductions in individual . Tariffs they considered too High As Well As agreed general cuts. The . Delegation has insisted on equal percentage cuts from both sides with a goal of slashes As High As 50 per cent. It wants to open formal bargaining sessions May 6, 1964. My $ Lemma. Y my. Emma i a my to gun m Twa melt a Lissi Tsey j in amp amp. A a imm a in % it r Fri Mumm m my ast mgt my hmm my a amp umm a i it. No Assembly got Legal liquor no tax help Morrow Heads Alta Industrial corp. Alta a Greorge Morrow was elected president of the Alta Industrial corporation at a meeting last week. Serving with him Are Barney by William l. Eberline _ Des Moines a the 1963 Kindwall vice president Ross hut-1 v legislature goes Down in history ton Secretary and Art Rystad As the session that legalized Liq treasurer. For by the drink in Iowa for the serving one year terms on the fast Lime n 47 years but failed Board of directors Are Lowell to find a formula for local prop Jones Walter Becker Morris pet erty tax Relief. Erton Harold Holtz. Final defeat of the property tax Relief Bill on the last Day of the session left the state sales tax m iss Timmins in rate at 2 per cent for the next a a., two years and May have set up ave a did a Howdle tile major Issue for the 1964 general election. The legislature compiled an enviable record of achievement on Trinity lutheran Breaks ground a ground breaking ceremonies were held at Trinity lutheran Church sunday in preparation for $60, too expansion and Extension of basement educational Section and Naves worship area. Plans Are being completed and excavation will begin within month. Leonard Glade construction company Ocheyedan is contractor. Members of building committee shown Here left to right Are Eldon Batterman George Puhrmann ii Larrabee Rev. Robert Miskimen. Frank Wetrosky Lynn sch Wier. Plans provide for nine additional classrooms additional seating of about 200, an office study and Library. A staff photo quilt Block Section is publicized Rolfe Bank Post Given Shoemaker Don Shoemaker a Cherokee resident eight years has accepted a position with the Rolfe state Bank at Rolfe. Shoemaker will be cashier and a member of the Rolfe Banks Board of directors. He assumes his new Post today. For the past several years Shoemaker has held the position of cashier at Central Trust amp savings Bank Here. Prior to an assistant cashier state Bank. Shoemaker has been Active in City and area civic affairs. He is treasurer for the Cherokee Independent school District and St. Paul a methodist Church. Shoemaker has also been instrumental in Campaign drives for also much As any other sightseer i worthy causes including those for Cherokee gained acclaim throughout the Midwest sunday when a full Page Section of Tho quilt Block collection belonging to Virginia Herrick a to a red in the sunday Magazine Section of the Des Moines Register. The collection has been put info a travelling exhibit and is being circulated by Sanford museum. The front Page of the Magazine was a color layout of the Many quills in the collection and some which Are the property of Sanford museum. The museum Secretary the former Verna Larsen was included in the layout modelling Tho quilts Community Center would serve Many miss Nancy Marie Timmins daughter of or. And mrs. H. F. Timmins 1135 West Bluff will. A. ,. 1 participate in the a have Marie ma.01 highly controversial issues. 0 a a. A a to chorale at Saint Mary s College republicans and democrats a Ike Dame ind., tonight. Hailed the session As one of the., ,. _. A i. Ine chorale is composed of the most constructive in Iowa history. A. A glee clubs of Saint ii also w As the longest regular a a try _. _ u ii a 7 Loc marys College and the University session Ever held in Iowa 125a. A. T of notre Dame freshmen Days from the Start Jan. 14 to _ final adjournment shortly before 6 n _ . Saturday. Int the state budget for the Bien. Ulv Lull x Al x Niue starting next july i figures out to 206.3 million a year More than 12 million above the current spending level but Well below the re Aylza Tref tto 230 milion budget recommended a a us Helcl Al Lull seen As key Otto olsons to observe 50th newsmen who blast off four in his drawl by or lit How or. And mrs. Of to Olson in of that he was Servance of their 50th wedding Anat Cherokee Niv Ersary will be honoured by their 12 children with an open House in the Olson a Home at Sig Birch on sunday. May 26. Relatives and friends Are invited to Call Between the hours of 2 and 5 p. In. No invitations have been sent. Presented with a spectacular View took snap it shots of the magnificent Himalayas. He told How he was Able to see minute detail on Tho ground More than too Miles below a boat and its Wake in a River trucks on a Highway smoke Curling from the chimneys of tibetan villages. Myca retarded children and the National foundation s March of dimes. He is a member of the Junior chamber of Commerce. Shoemaker is married and the father of Lour children a Mike Larry Vicki and Debby. The family will move to Robe about june i. Voters in Cherokee arc reminded that the City of Cherokee will on june 6. Have an election to determine whether or not the City of Cherokee will erect and equip a Community Center House and be creation grounds and contract indebtedness for such purpose not exceeding $125,000 in addition to any funds contributed to the r by gov. Harold Hughes. The budget is closer to the a Bare Bones budget proposed by rep. William Scherler Hender son and sen. Vent Lisle a Clar Inda in fighting any sales tax increase than to the substantially higher figure of near 245 million that would have resulted had the property tax Relief Bill passed. The Only tax increase voted was a Penny a pack increase in the by Don Mckee Birmingham Ala. A authorities Are investigating the theft of a Large amount of dynamite several Days before twin blasts touched off negro rioting in this City and threw Sparks of racial unrest All Over the nation. To o cases of dynamite were stolen from a storage House prior to the May la bombings of a negro House and a Motel sheriff Mel Lem ars couple to Mark 40th rites or. And mrs Ralph Allen will be complimented on their 40th i wedding anniversary with an open House on sunday. May 26 at evangelical United Berthren Church at Lemars from 2 to 5 p. In. All friends Are invited to attend. A amp w red ribbon opening a eddies a amp w Root Beer drive in received a chamber of Commerce red ribbon opening saturday Morii pm. Drive in is owned by Eddie Maddox. Jay 5 Aggy. Chairman of the chamber of Commerce retail Trade Bureau is shown Here doing the cutting honors. Beside him Are or. And mrs. Maddox. _ staff photo funds contribute tor that purpose. The Pun Jose of the building is to provide social cultural and re rational facilities for the people of Cherokee and surrounding area. It is not intended that the Community Center compete with present available accommodations Bat to provide additional and More Complete facilities net presently in existence in the Community. Sheldon has such a building. An official of that Community says. A a it a Tho busiest place in town. Nearly every evening incidental group meetings Are held in Tbs building 2 or 3 rooms boing used at the same Lime often As Many As 5 meetings a Day Are conduct 1 in the some of the organizations hold ing meetings in 1ho Sheldon Community Center either weekly. Monthly or annually using Lite auditorium and or dining facilities Are Community Council red Cross newcomers club Community Chest cancer society. Wells club. United commercial to a Elers Square naders big 4 co it 1 processing assn., Federal Lam Bank production credit corps name just a few. Schools use this facility Foi la r annual prom As Well As dance during the school year. Ii is Ais used by the Quot teen Villez or in / Don for weekly dances. Many use it other uses Are wedding liens family reunions showers Holiday parties banquets sales meetings area companies conv shows and cultural activities. State and Federal agencies w use the facilities 1 f this by Dir regularly Are Drivers License in amblers employment Security commission social Security Uncial internal Revenue dept. And county Extension serv ice these Are just a few of the use. A similar building in Cherokee a accommodate. Undoubtedly All activities presently held in the Cherokee Var Center will move to the new i ing. Tile oily is now paying a re Tai for these facilities. Cherokee s youth Conte 0 e ated by the City recreation 1 Mission houses in addition to t supervised youth activities a a aunties of the Golden age 11 with a membership of 96 hey girl scout meeting card dubs in inclement weather Many Ara schools having a Lichi Day in Ort picnic lunch adult education dance classes Northwest Iowa swimming Pool meetings Headquarters for Little league base Ball Bridge tournaments As Well As Many civic organization Ommittee or group meetings. According to plans there Wall be Ages who care to of them. Cigarette Levy designed to bring n101 it of v n Bailey disclosed sunday. Flor x million a year toward an 8 ,. Mally that would be too pounds. A a it a a frightening amour a said Bailey. A there is plenty of in 3 million annual appropriation for capital improvements at state Board of regents institutions. House minority Leader Ray Eveland a Kelley looking ahead cd i facilities for All i take advantage Cherokee u a growing Community and As Cherokee grows so do the needs of Tho Community. It e a a yes on june 6 for 1he Community Center building. Help take advantage of this rare to any Community. Estimated Cost building fixtures and furnishings $255,000. Money on hand 1 bequest Uso too. Bond Issue needed $125,000. You May expect a caller a1 your Home in the 110x1 few Days. It will be a member of the citizens committee who will explain hic comm Uitti building. They la not Ell anyone How to vote. Welcome them. An uneasy Calm prevailed Dur ,. ,. Ing the weekend. Nearly 1,300 Law to Tho 1964 election Aid he been orc Emem ote cers were Avail. Hexes failure of the Republican Able or Ltd a lentil Trou. Dominated Logia lure to Paw the we area were under h property tax Relief Bill May have Abou 3 m Ede,.a t drawn the major Issue for the Callow up by p,.esidcnt Kennedy Campaign. For possible use in Birmingham he said he Hopes it will a make were on standby at two Alabama Earle Berkler the democratic party the majority party in gov. Hughes Eveland House bases. Gov. George c. Wallace who has sent about 700 state officers majority Leader John Movery r into the City filed suit saturday Marshalltown Senate majority in an Effort to Block any use of Leader Robert Rigler a new the Federal troop. Hampton and Senate minority Leader Andrew Frommelt a Dubuque All agreed the session passed much Good legislation. The president and Wallace met a few hours later at muscle Shoals in North Alabama at Tennessee Valley authority an j his was a hard working ses Niv Ersary Observance. They talked Sion that accomplished Many Good during a helicopter flight to commented Hughes. But Huntsville where the presided Berkler 59, Dies suddenly Earle Berkler. 59, county school superintendent in Cherokee and Ida counties died suddenly Here saturday night. Berkler had been superintendent Here for 15 years. He came to Cherokee after teaching at Larrabee Meriden Arthur Wall Lake and Chester s. D. He was the first two county superintendent in Iowa. Berkler w As also Active in educational associations of Northwest Iowa. He was a member of memorial presbyterian Church speculative i Odge no. 307 a. F. Amp a. And for Many years was Secretary of burning Bush chapter no. 90 . Which office to was sell i holding at the time of ins death. He is survived by his wife Margaret one son Edward of Alamogordo n. M., and one daughter miss Carol Berkler a teacher in Ida Grove. Other survivors include one granddaughter two Sisters mrs. L. L. Scott of Eldora and or. Paul Erickson National it it. Calif., and two Brothers. Willis of Estherville and Russell a lox City. Funeral services will be held tuesday from memorial presbyterian Church with Rev. A. F. Goldhorn officiating. Burial will be in Lake View cemetery Slot in Lake. Boothby funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. He criticized Senate failure to debate a House passed Bill to abolish capital punishment and the Legislatures failure to enact a Law to re cent Briihl Al Lcy tic Many it Ion computer Posl for Ken Rapp Aurelia Ken Rapp formerly of Aurelia has been appointed specialist in the marketing Section of general electric computer department. He is the third such instructor in the u. S. For be and will be assigned to the Chica Goland office alter a four month training program. Kapp son of or. And mrs. E. D. Rapp Aurelia has been serving As track coach at Rich township High school in Park Forest 111. Sentence 2 after they grab autos Lemars Richard g. Fleck. 22, and John r. Rich 19, both of Garden City wis., were sentenced to one year each in fort Madison by judge James p. Kelley in Lemars. The pair was charged with operating a motor vehicle without the owners consent. The two had been in Plymouth county jail after timing picked up in Sioux City following an escapade from Cherokee to Lemars where hey picked up two cars. Spoke. A we discussed things briefly a Wallace said later at a news conference. Pierre Salinger White equalize assessed valuations Over House press Secretary Saki the the state. Discussion was Quot not a ted China no photos of a museum notes a Busy week is slated at Sanford museum with More than Soo students to see planetarium demonstrations. Today the Palmer fourth and fifth grades of 40 and Mapleton fifth Grade Are seeing demonstrations. On tuesday the Ireton fourth and fifth Grade of 55 students will see the demonstration and Crest land fifth Grade of 44 students will be at the museum. Sixty students from Rock Vii Ley seventh Grade and 50 Bra Chiate sixth grades students will see the demonstration on wednesday. The Lemars Community school fourth Grade of 45 students will see the demonstration thursday. Editor s note Richard p. Lister is a 4h year old British writer who has just come out of red China follow tag a three week British travel Agency tour. Heres his inside report on his Gay May High of 72, but Low of 36 May was Gay. The weekend produced he night ulv hours. It was 49 at 7 a. In. There w a Chance Harht showers Tod a. Weather resigns at mrs. Fairview Alta mrs. Harold Gou u. Who a taught kindergarten and assisted in grades 1-6 for the past eight years at Fairview has reigned to accept a a it sit Ion at Schaller. She will teach both Sec look like a delegation. Who they Are m this group includes a lawyer sex Orting saturday of 72 then a in member of the House Olcorn 0 q j him , of a country Long 77"� a i 1 in Nortum a a Al i haired to is. Reporters first of a 7,�?o5.cool of treatre it Stout to a huh of d London sunday newspaper a Jav a High of a9. Hie Mere i Farmer baronet from the North cd s just ,1 Down to 36 dining to by Richard p. Lister England a retired industrialist and his wife and several ener in eking a it s 7, he Miles Getic old ladies in search of some from London to red China. In 24 thing of More interest than a. Hours you Are Here if you have Beach. $1.5 in to spend for a three weeks on Landing Tea was served. Tea tour and the chinese accept you. Is served everywhere in China at it works out at about 14 cents a All Houis. Utile. Now our a a delegation gets Tuk breakfast in London lunch in in Over by officialdom. Moscow where most of the four with our guide and an inter hour Stop is silent filling in in Prater we strike out the next Enumerable Green forms demanded morning for the Impe Riffil Palace by rampant bureaucracy. One the forbidden City of Imperial Cherokee temperatures wonders if they Are really friends. Times and then to the great Hall sunday the russians and the chinese. Of the people which is the red Maxim pm to for 24 Lur who makes this journey Dele chinese 7 a in t Gat Ion of workers and Trade in we re under surveillance not minimum 41 few 24 to zionists from the communist world because we re cloak and Dagger preceding 7 a. In politicians and technical experts types at All but bemused the Chi-1 a rending 47 at a. In gone be want to be sure we Don t become a a incidents. Miday i Brough All this the chinese maximum 4 55 for 24 i Iio show us what they choose to show i preceding 7 a. In i minimum 36 a for 21 to Iowa partly Cloudy through tuesday scattered Light showers Eyuen East monday night and to esd lows monday night 40 North we to 4.7 Southeast. Cooler Sueada and now the1 first tiny trickle of tourists we Are tourists and More important organized tourists the Agency in London saw to that. Individual tourists can make Oke use the youth Center Lur i i i dons of kindergarten at Schaller. I if with a snuggle but the Chi red China nest prefer even their tourists to cont wed of Back pack i preceding 7 a. In Reading 49 Kiat 7 a. In

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