Cherokee Daily Times in Cherokee, Iowa
21 Nov 1960

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21 Nov 1960

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Cherokee Daily Times (Newspaper) - November 21, 1960, Cherokee, Iowa To co us Uttin slime the times How in its Hety first tear in Cherokee if your paper is missed Call Between 6 and 6 13 Eastside Ca 5-2315 Westside Ca 5-4286 official county and City daily every evening except sunday Cherokee Iowa monday november 21, 1960 Camou let to it of the Berok time chorale chief Cherok Democrat Washta journal 5 per copy vol. 33, no. 49 Kennedy huddles today with his top Liaison Man Columbia specialist on gov t shifts will sit in by Marvin l. Arrowsmith Palm Beach Fla. Up a the big task of shifting government control from the Eisenhower administration to the new democratic regime gets president elect John of Kennedy a personal attention today. Kennedy arranged to Confer most of the Day at his Atlantic Shore Home with Clark Clifford his chief Liaison Man with the outgoing republicans. Clifford who served As special counsel to president Harry s. Truman was picked by Kennedy shortly after his nomination last july to make study of the problems of transition from one administration to another. Clifford had the study Well under Way when Kennedy won the november 8 election. Since then Clifford has conferred twice with president Eisenhower s chief aide Wilton b. Persons. These conferences and the Ken Nedy Clifford talks today will be climaxed soon by a meeting of the president elect and Eisenhower for a top level discussion of tile change Over. Talks with specialist is tiling in with Kennedy and Clifford for at least part of the talks will be prof. Richard Neu Stadt of Columbia University. Neustadt is a specialist on Tho problems of government transition. From his two advisers Kennedy will get a list of some 150 top positions for which he will be choosing appointees Between now and his inauguration january 20 or immediately thereafter. Hundreds of lesser jobs also must be filled. Over the weekend Kennedy divided his time Between recreation and conferences dealing with reorganization of the defense department and discussion of the tense situation in the Caribbean area. His House quests were two democratic senators Stuart Symington of Missouri and George Struthers of Florida. Symington Secretary of the air Force in the Truman administration. Is head of a Kennedy study committee an Pentagon reorganization. Mentioned frequently As a Kennedy Choice for Secretary of defense Symington said he had told the president elect he feels he can be of More help to the new administration by staying in die Senate. A Esi a a in t transition Consumers spend More for services than they do for Gooij a Chicago american Consumers spending for services has Ris in than their spending for goods according to the november monthly i View of Quot business con curve covered with Loose i Lions published by the Federal passersby noticed tile Reserve Bank of Chicago. Ten years ago the Proi firtion of Consumers expenditures going or services was 33 percent i ast year he service Chare had risen to 39 percent Ami ii is Likely to increase further in 1960 and subsequent years says the Bank. A services Quot comprise a Broad group of items ranging from rent to electricity and from interest on debt to brain surgery. There is no a service Industry As such. Increased outlays on services reflect in Large degree the continuous Rise in the level of living. In 1 the Early postwar years Many a types of goods particularly durables were in Short Supply. Now Many families Are Well stocked with appliances. To Quot sets i1 clothing and furniture. As a result j they Are Able to spend More of i their income on such things As medical care education travel and recreation a All important types of services. Burlington woman killed in mishap Vav est Point it it mrs Norma Brocks 35. Of Burlington was kill i Early monday in a one car acc it it on a gravel Road near West paint she was alone i am county officials said mrs Brooks Mother of three Small children lost control of the car. It plunged off the Road on the wrong Side. Hit a ditch Ami turned Oyer. The mishap occurred in a i gravel wrecked car and found the body. 600 of state s employees now get $10,000 or More a. Hirschman retires after Long practice of or 40 years and one month in practice As an Osteopath Here or. I. A Hirschman retired november prior to coming to this City in 1920, he was in practice for a year at Correctionville and interned for a year at Laughlin Hospital in Kirksville to. Or Hirschman is a member of the Board of trustees of the Iowa osteopathic association and his served As fifth District president of that organization a member of the chamber of Commerce since he first came to Cherokee the Well known resident is a member of rotary club masonic Lodge memorial presbyter an Church and Cherokee Couch by club. He was an elder of the Hurch for two three year terms and has been president of the country club. The doctor and his wife who live at 1137 West Cherry have two grown sons or John of Tucson a it uneasy quiet in new Orleans by David Zinman new Orleans it pm an quiet prevailed in this i troubled deep South City today a it it waiter for a three judge Federal court to Rule on school integration tie three Southern judges Eon Side red these paths of action j i a school Board request to sus a it end integration until Federal state differences Are settled 2. A Federal move to enjoin state ref finials and prevent their in or Ferenee with school integration a temporary restraining order now effective expires when the court rules. 3. A Tate motion calling for Dis. Missal of action against Louisiana officials and the return of schools to their traditionally segregated Fere tial somewhat however Sev basis the motion stems from a Oral of those state officials receive rarely used intonation act which ing More salary than the governor advocates say gives the state by Harrison Weber Iowa daily press writer Des Moines idea of boo of the states 21, Ekx employee Are drawing salaries of $10 too or More annually. The state salary Book which is just off the printing press and being distributed by Iowa superintendent of printing s. E. Tennant shows that state mental health director or. James Cromwell continues to draw the top salary at $25,000. Tie salary let ook was first issued in the Early 1940 s during the tenure of the late governor George Wilson and has been issued every subsequent year the current look covers the period july i 1959, to june 30. 1960. Again this year the governor is Well Down the line in terms of monetary compensation sixteen persons on the Star payroll receive More than Quot Lima s number one citizen a providing a mansion for the governor does offset the salary Dif also Are provided housing. Tie for second there is a tie for being the second highest paid state official with in Jyh state University of Iowa president Virgil rancher and Iowa state University president James Hilton receiving 524, xxx. Or. William Maut Ker president of Iowa state teachers College gets $19,000. A employees on Page four new schools in final stages work is progressing on cherokees two new Quot elementary schools Lincoln at Tomahawk Field and Roosevelt in Northeast part of City. Front View of Lincoln school is shown in top photo. Lower scene shows Roosevelt building. School officials Hope to Modem elementary units Wilt be arvant late for Pupil occupancy by Start of second semester. A staff photos salesmen s Bureau in session at a Well att ended meeting of the chamber of Commerce salesmen s Bureau saturday noon Warren held of Lundell manufacturing company was welcomed As a new member. Ralph Frisbie told of a recent trip to St. Louis for a salesmen s meeting. Members were Given find loopholes in moneys credits tax mrs. Rochau Dies rites Are today funeral services were held at 2 of clock this afternoon at Barker funeral Home in Holstein for Vin. John Rochau 72, who died or. Hirschman look Forward to to c i in Quot crnovexrvr06 his Dulier set a a overt it or 1 it i pastimes of fishing Golf and Bow the Holstein resident sustained Jan is former offices at 101 6 internal injuries and a broken left Kast main Are now occupied by when her Auto and a Semi trailer or Ultra Hermann from Daven Grain truck sideswiped on a High port. The woman Osteopath is the Way 59 Bridge 3 Miles North of hoi j former Laura Dewar of Cherokee Stein last tuesday afternoon. J a r. Hermann was graduated ariz., and or. George Hirschman a it a of Chicago a and twin la year old h aia ats grandsons in Tucson. The annual Cherokee county 4-h awards dinner will be held at 7 of clock wednesday evening no Power to use its sovereignty As i shield to Block the Federal integration order judge Richard t. Rives of Montgomery ala., chief judge of the 5th u s. Circuit court of appeals declined to say when the ruling would be handed Down. While City Ami state officials Atalim a court decision. New Orleans Public schools closed for a weeks Holiday. Police reported a Calm weekend in Sharp contrast to live Stormy lays that Folk Ved the admission of four negro first graders to two White schools last midday a financial squeeze was expected this week against the Money a set now Orleans school Board faced with a $2-Mil i Ion teacher payroll. Vember 30 in hotel Lewis Colon j _ Nade room. Autumn Lianas on or Rochau a Brocht to Kirk i ,�?o325 s Des Moines idea recent a a by there has been news about evasion considerable and enforce ment of the moneys amp credits tax. Quot Welcome to Cherokee Quot brochures the 6-Mill moneys and credits tax to distribute in their sales Terri is a property tax on stocks Bonds Junior play postponed to dec. I the Washington High school Junior class play originally scheduled for tuesday evening this week has been postponed until thursday evening. December i. In announcing the postponement today supt. R. L. Kinkead said play books were late in arriving and the cast wished to have More time for rehearsal. Tories. The next meeting will take place saturday noon december 17 in Spiel a Steak House. Chairman Rex Mowry presided at the session there the past saturday. Find patients body fort Madison of a the body of Robert Stanley Ruschill 27, of Rural Burlington was found in the Mississippi River 2 Miles North of Here saturday. Ruschill a mental patient leaped from a moving squad car and fled authorities near Burlington september 29. Mortgages Etc the legislative research Bureau working with a legislative committee of seven members is currently studying the moneys and credits tax for the state legislature. One thing they have done is to. Award Brownmiller $400 in damages from mishap Sioux Valley memorial Hospital Byrnie mo., and has been in prac ambulance following the collision Nee at fort Madison and a Venin which the entire Drivers Side of port the past 25 Vears. One of her her car was sheared off. Three sons dred Hermann is an her death brings the Ida county Osteopath at Crawfordsville la j Highway fatality toll to seven for Gary lives in Virginia and George this year. J in Davenport. The returned Resi bom and raised in the Holstein Dent will live at 128 Hast Wilima i Community mrs. Rochau and her with her sister mrs. Ralph fescue. Husband retired from farming and a moved to Holstein in 1943. Her husband preceded her in death on in the District court Case Here june 6, 1956. Last week of Brownmiller is. Grien she is survived by one son Clarke the jury found for the plaintiffs once of Holstein two Gra Dehil and awarded $400 to Harold and Dren and seven great grandchild Joan Brownmiller. Dren. Three Sisters and one Bro the Brownmiller had sought Thor also survive they Are mrs. $715 in damages As the result of Adolph Andresen of Hartford s. Mosquitoes gentlemen known to prefer blondes new York Ufi things a columnist might never know if he did no to open i mail mosquitoes and gentlemen have one thing in common both refer blondes. The mosquitoes choose blondes because their skin is usually thinner and less resistant to biting but Why gentlemen prefer blondes is their own secret. What can a Man believe All my life i be thought Kilts were of scottish origin. Now in a told they were first brought to Scotland by a French tailor in 1745. It hurts the same in any language but a Blok Eye is called a Blue Eye in Germany. In France it s known As a poached Eye. Firemen answer 2 Calls find out what is and what is not an Roto Accident october 26, 1957 mrs Henry Weise mrs. Harry in which the defendant Herbert and Julius Heitmann ail of Grienke was involved i Holstein. Rev. Arthur Holtry offi the Case was present to the a. A he services today. Bur jury thursday and the verdict was Lal was a the Holstein cemetery. Thought because there Are Many brought in at 9 50 Friday eve c. I types of moneys and credits which Ning. Loughlin amp Laughlin of Cher Sioux City boy vat hit i Ilavu Here by the associated press High Low taxable under the present Law. From this it appears that the tax base of the moneys and credits tax is not As Broad As commonly Cherokee firemen were called out twice saturday afternoon to fight a car fire in this City and a com Field Blaze South of town. Volunteers went to Randall s Sutler Valu store parking lot saturday noon where an Auto owned by Eddie Wilson was on fire. A Book of matches by the Windshield be everyone has to live his own life canc ignited but Only smoke dam and find by experience what is a be to Tho Interior of the car retest for him. On his 79th birth sue Day Mark Twain warned a a done to firemen were called out at 2 25 try to reach old age by another m in Joo Groves farm 31 Many a two things he Felta South of Cherokee on the had helped him attain the biblical 0, 1 ver Road. Corn stalks Span he Quot never smoked More than caught in a truck being used to one Cigar at a time a and for 30 distribute fertilizer were set in years he limited himself to two re and mantes spread to stalks in meals a Day a breakfast and Din Ner. Our quotable notables a an ath a gentlemen continued on Pace three fire burned a strip the length of the Field before Groves discovered the Blaze. He then slowed around the flaming area to prevent fire from continuing through tile Field. Are exempt under the Law. What Are these exemptions first of All any individual with Money invested in the a right kind of Stock Quot does not have to pay any moneys and credits tax whether the Stock he owns is Worth $10,000 or $500,000. This is because certain types of stocks Are exempt from the tax. If a person owns Stock in any of the following types of corporations he does not have to pay the moneys and credits tax on this Stock 1. Any Iowa corporation. 2. Any corporation that does a merchandising business in Iowa. 3. Any corporation which has been organized in another state but has its main operating offices and principal factories in Iowa. Some Well known companies that fall into these exempt categories Are Sears amp Roebuck Katz drug younger Brothers the Maytag company Penick amp Ford ltd., Shaefer pen company Collins radio and Rath packing company. Iowa firms exempt the capital Stock of Iowa companies is taxed to the company. However the Law exempts the Stock of Iowa merchandising companies and Iowa manufacturing companies from this capital Stock tax. This Means that a great Deal of the Stock value of these companies is completely exempt from the tax. Some reasons advanced through the years for exempting the Stock of these particular companies from the tax on the individual and the a loopholes con timed on Page tour Okee were attorneys for the Brown Wren rep a a i Millers. Grienke was represented a a a a a by Edson amp Cooper storm a the Brownmiller anti Grienke Are go a is a j5 sex was residents of Aurelia. Wounded sunday when a Sun car nod by a Hunting companion accidentally discharged. The Shotgun was carried by Goolsbye a Cousin Dan Becker 16. Albany Cloudy Albuquerque Clear Atlanta Clear Bismarck Cloudy Boston Clear Buffalo Cloudy Chicago Clear Cleveland Clear Denver Clear Des Moines Clear Detroit Clear Fairbanks Clear fort Worth rain Helena Cloudy Honolulu Cloudy Indianapolis Cloudy Juneau Snow i Cansas City Clear 44 55 64 56 54 46 47 54 62 in 48 34 28 45 31 40 37 37 35 31 n 35 -14 -33 55 50 2 arc Bis Lynnl a a Good say s Cousin Dan Becker 16.1 Ricky car son 3, Washta and j of Sioux City. Goolsby was struck a a Quot Violor Iai a a a a i. 7 vehicle toll 55 80 56 35 60 37 72 35 32 31 Lee Miller 21, Cherokee were in the Abdomen by the pellets dismissed to their Homes saturday from Sioux Valley memorial hos tidal wave strikes \ Lima Peru Eft a a a tidal Quot Ashta boy was admitted wave struck the westernmost part ast tuesday after he fell from a of South America today and left moving car. Miller accidentally two dead and nine missing in the himself in the Arm while Lambay Eque province of Northern program following a smorgasbord. Walt Fuller a past club Leffier will give the response to a Welcome by Simons. Greetings from the girls 4-h organization will be Given by Tamra Stevenson county girls president. Glen Chenhall of Spencer a 1955 foreign Exchange student to Italy will be guest speaker. Installation of county boys officers for 1961 and presentation of awards will Complete the program. Awards will be presented by Bob Jackson chairman of the county boys 4-h committee with assistance by Chester Benson of tile Extension staff. Fine tall weather continued Here Over the weekend with the Mercury reaching a High of 57 fat a saturday and 58 on sunday. The of a saturday night was 19 while last nights Low was a More moderate 35. At 7 of clock this morning the Reading was 38 beneath Clear skies. We Asher Iowa a fair and warmer monday with increasing southwesterly winds. Partly Cloudy monday night and tuesday. Warmer monday night turning colder and Windy tuesday. Highs monday 60 to 65. A i avs monday night near 40 Southeast to upper 30s Northwest. Cherokee temperatures sunday maximum a 57 for 24 hours preceding 7 a. In minimum a 19 for 24 hours preceding 7 a. In Reading 22 at 7 a. In shot by the associated press nov. 21, 1980 549 nov. 21, 1959 603 Iowa traffic deaths by the state safety department 25 years ago in Cherokee Cherokee daily times november 21, 1936 about 35 Ltoya Berean met in the Home of mrs. Don Griffith with mrs ovaries Warren mrs. Ellis Stieneke and mrs. Henry Filer As co hostesses. Greta Garbo and Freddie Batholomew were co starred in a Romance entitled Quot Anna Karenina Quot at a local movie House. �?25�? c. D. Meloy Cherokee attorney climaxing a career in american legion that had Carrier him to local District and state prominence was named to membership on a National committee. Hunting wednesday. Peru. Nov. Nov. 21, 21, 1960 1959 531 595 monday maximum a 58 for 24 preceding 7 a. In minimum a 35 preceding 7 a. In Reading a 38 at 7 a. In hours Cherokee county club elected i five new directors. They were or. For 24 hours c. H Johnson h. R. Swensen i Perry Houghton de w. Mayer and c. D. Meloy. 5 from Cherokee enter marines together five Cherokee youths enlisted in u. S. Marines leaving november i. They Are now stationed in san Diego in the same platoon where they Are taking their Boot training. The recently enlisted marines Are left to right pvt. John k. Laposky 18 pvt. Dennis d. Low Lier 17 pvt. James a. Morris 17 put. Harry j. Curtis 17 pvt. John Hocking 18. Ail of youths Are in platoon 3002, Mcord san Diego 40. Calif. Parents Are or. And mrs John Laposky or. And mrs. Harry Lowder mrs. Verbilee Ebert mrs. Harry Curtis and or. And mrs. Ralph Hocking Oie Rokee. T

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