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Cherokee Daily Times (Newspaper) - September 13, 1954, Cherokee, Iowa To Thein Ltd i to Eirot Seremi Quot Timpf evening except sunday official county and City daily Cherokee Iowa monday september 13, 1954 5f per copy it Hsi Quot Quot vol. 27, no. To Ltd hts kit a Affa plans dream City for Long Island censure probe Heads toward final round in testimony on efforts directed against Mccarthy by Jack Belt Washington it of a invest Lett ing senators Bead today into we it they Hope will he the final round of Public testimony on a ensure charges against sen. Mccarthy it Al Wist. Brig Gen Ralph w Wicker who tangled w fib met earthy in a now famous hearing last Fob i was tailed Helotie a six member in quiz it Committer w High is studying the Wisconsin senator s official conduct. There were indications meanwhile that difficulties May arise in getting a full Senate to return before the nov. 2 elections to Mote on a Resolution by sen. Flanders a it calling on the Senate to censure Mccarthy for unbecoming conduct. In Advance of today s heal ing. Sen. Murray i it Montt said in an interview he has no intention of quitting campaigning to come Back to Washington for a vote Quot they will have to get a couple of policemen to Bung no Back Murray said before he left for Montana Quot with All of the grave problems that Are Conli noting the country it in perfectly silly to he spending time arguing about Mccarthy s Murray who has been critical of Mccarthy in the past said he thinks tie and other candidates for re elect icon Quot have a by More in it rant things to talk about Quot than probe continued Oft Back Page girls 4-h team to spacer fair Cherokee county s 1-h demonstration team will Appeal at the Flay county fair Al imy p in. Tuesday Joy Stanford Alai rubella Oil Bernu a Liers of Spring Ceder Peppy pal will present their do Mons ratin entitled Quot sitting pretty by hoi Boyle new York a most people have dreams. Sydney m Siegel has a Quot pre i moped is Quot that s a j it Cam City at 39 Siegel says he is now ready to make his dream City Rome True of a Cost of si75.oon.ooo Ile and a group of 16 Syndicate teammate figure that with iian sum of Money they pm build what j that a believe will i Amel i Ltd a first the roughly planned mrs Icen City. It Mil in i idled Suffolk Cliv Siegel a assembled 2,000 it re for it neat Yaphank at the get a a Iii Al heart of dog Island nine of Miles from new York City Quot i have been working on Tho for More than 6 year Quot said 8if dream City continued on Dack Page View bit Cern carbs is farm Home Burns near Quimby Sheryl can still smile vow u. S. M will defend Formosa Isle Hurricane loss toll is heavy Wash track Blessing Washington Iii a record torn surplus a regarded saturday As something of a Blessing in the Light of an official report that i Stoik feed crop prospects Are the Fakir Cut in 18 year. Were it not for big Corn reserves about Mio million bushels most of it stored under government Price support programs Farmer would in Foi l Iii to make it la so but Cut in their beef and Dairy cattle hogs and Joni try the prospects e Small production of feed i cops reflects largely effect of a disastrous drought that has i in Amhi wide area of the South and Southwest since july Tho drought shows no signs of abating in time to help this years crops nevertheless Overall c Rop prospects a prov Daland i Lier rent in August the agric Alture department Bald in its september c nop forecast. This would make the 1934 crop the sixth largest of record compared with last year crop which ranked second Federal crop controls As Well Asch ought contributed to this indicated decline August brought a of million Bushel increase in die Corn crop estimate which was placed at 2,873. 000,000 bushels. Last year s crop totalled 3,176,000.000 bushels tile a minimum of 3 too 000,000 bushels hospitalized 33 times Sheryl Ann Kolbe smiles happily As she leaves a Muskegon mich., Hospital for her Home in nearby Hesperia where she will celebrate her fourth birthday. Sheryl in a Brace from hips to neck has been hospitalized 33 times for meningitis polio and pneumonia. With her is her Mother mrs. James Koloc. Map wire photo some Hope held out for bettering race problem Duel with Northern storm May tighten vote in Maine election by Bill Langer Tecl Nokland. M a inc. H hum anoint Lei of Maine ballots today in an eld lion watched nationally for possible influence on the make up of the next co Gros. At take. In Republican Eye. In continuation of 30 years control of All top Oft ides in Maine and a Chance to Point the Way to gov victories in the 47 state voting Iii november. In morals insist the Issue in t the election s effects elsewhere hut Quot what s Hest for they be called for an end to "90 years of one party generally fair weather was . Bul Hurricane Edna. Which raked the state s most populous areas saturday is expected to Cut the total vote in 1950, tile last Quot off years. A 240.127 ballots were. A. Iii. Mills must Dost by 7 . St although vote counting can Start at 5 pm., in communities with fewer than 300 people. A Smailer vote May let Onofrie democrats whose most spirited Campaign in 20 years has been concentrated against reeled Ion of Republican gov. Burton in Cross the democratic candidate is National commute can Edmund s. Muskie. Also asking reelection arc Republican sen. Margaret Chase Smith whose 95.000 Victory margin six years ago is a record three gop congressmen this i the first in a series of article concerning desegregation in the w. S. Reports from other Border cities will follow by Sam Price Louisville by in tin River flows past Here and some say it is too years w add on this the soul Sci n Side i get tradition of White nip Rem ii y and racial segregate on the Northern Side the Trad non essentially is one of Equality and Fri Edom. Though discrimination often exists stemming from Corn Porti and Maine. De out highways Railroad and crops Lay like a jagged wound monday across territory raked by death dealing Hurricane Edna from Massachusetts to Nova Scotia the Cost in lives mounted to 30-131 of them in new England find 8 in Maine alone where autos were trapped in Rood and Bridge washouts by streams that went wild under a record 8 inches of rain. Maine gov. Lurton m. Cross after an air Survey so loss there Al More than 7 million Dollar on top of to million wrought 12 Days before by Hurricane Carol Cross asked president Eisenhower to de Clare Maine a major disaster area. Two thirds of Nova Scotia four million Dollar Apple crop was counted lost. All of Maine s dead Weie drowning victims. Four persons perished in Massachusetts one in connect i Cut another in Nova Scotia. Six Highway fatalities in new York state were Attrill Nitcy to the Hurricane. Southern new England. Braced for devastation reminiscent of the 1938 Hurricane was spared heavy property damage and even in the areas hardest hit water not wind was blamed for much of the destruction by Marvin a Arrowsmith Denver to Secretary of s ate lollies fresh fix in global or it a cry conferences with Frex Lerit Eisenhower and the National be Curtly Council s it is America i military might will Inart any j chinese communist assault again nationalist Formosa and Fri chief a Cigar Hook. And atty. Gen. Brownell say so far the red threat on the Home front is concerned the administration goal is to Quot utterly destroy the communist party it a the United states they reported a now do. To Ward that objective i Well in or Way Aryl that so on common spurred by a now Law Gran my immunity from prot sort Tion in it think Bolt May have hit 2-Story location 2 fire departments fight flames on vie Weber farm Irma i i j a 31-million i from aug a Formosa continued on rack Pao Al 20 lives taken in Iowa Road crashes Border City continued on Back Page 7 escape serious injury and youth kills Man Tutor fighting closeup a a 20-Pound Northern Pike jumps out of the water just before being netted. Photographer c. Herbert Smith of Duluth minn., made this excellent closeup with his 4x5 graphic camera at curtain setting of 1,000th of a second with f.8 Lens aperture on Panchromatic film. Smith an avid Fisherman and expert Hunter combines business with pleasure and always packs his camera with his outdoor gear. He prefers to Quot shoot Northern Pike As they put up a big fight when they near the boat a Ideal for his Short Lens. A wire photo san Diego Caid. A Bachelor High school latin teacher was a bet and killed by a 16-Ycar-old boy student sunday. Dead was Floyd Eugene Fournier 34, whose Mother mrs Elsie Fournier lives in Seneca. Ill police said they were told the boy acted in anger Over improper and a Nee. The youth Timothy Sapp son of a Marine corps colonel was turned Over to juvenile authorities. Detective sgt. Paul walk said the boy had received permission from his parents to visit Fournier at the Home of a widow where the teacher rented a room. The widow was away. Walk quoted the boy As saying Fournier made advances and th1 the boy went to a closet and go a .22 Caliper Rifle belonging to the teacher. Seven escaped serious injury sunday at 2 . A lion a Blowout causal the car in which they were Riding to overturn twin the mishap investigated by few t Highway patrol officers occurred one and a half Miles Northeast of Cleg Horn on the Paul Luia wad mrs. Johanna Schultz. 13. Suf of Rcd a minor head injury and toe other six passengers sustained it it amt bruises a were released a or treatment by a Paullina Doc lot also in the 1947 Chevrolet were Emil Schultz. 45 the three Schultz i children f Ric. 5. Hartman 7 and Inga 3 Hedwig Erlick. 30 and i daughter Kaka. In. Von Neurath sinking Hamberg Germany up Fri Mer nazi foreign minister Konstantin von Nourath was reported near death monday in West Berlin s Spandau prison. Now Sih it in suffering from heart trouble and is 1 nearly Blind with cataracts weather Iowa mostly Cloudy occasional showers and thundershowers monday night and in extreme East Poi Tion Early tuesday. Cooler Northwest night and cooler South and East portions tuesday inv monday night ranging from 55 Northwest to 65 Southeast. Cherokee temperatures sunday maximum 77 for 24 lieu preceding 7 a. My minimum 58 1 for 24 hours preceding 7 a in it Reading 62 at 7 a. My Adlai in midst it of fete for his son s wedding Louisville. By. In Adin Stevenson or. Stepped into the Middle of a Gay swing of social festivities today celebrating the coming event that will make him a father a Law the former Illinois governor my 1952 democratic nominee for pro Idem flew to Louisville sunday to join in a c Celebration of the announcement of the engagement of Nancy la wis Anderson to his eldest son Adlai or. The pretty miss Anderson had a kiss waiting when her future father in Law stepped from the plane. Adlai or. And miss Anderson met Here in Juno 1953. When he was a second lieutenant in who Marine corps stationed at for Knox. Their engagement was announced saturday. No wedding Date has been set pair robs deaf mute by the associated press a new chapter of tragedy was written on Iowa s highways ovo the weekend As a record 20 per for i d to a result it traffic. Mishaps including six Young Folk in a col-11 is am near Denison. It was the biggest death toll for j it two Day weekend in now a history Topping the Prev ious High of 16 dead recorded july ll-12, 195 and aug 30-31. 1941. The Hill of 2 included 18 lolled in crash Satin Day and sunday and two Wio died saturday of inquire suffered in accidents thursday and Friday. The Black weekend included i Quot addition to the two car crash near Dennison Early sunday in which six Youngk sons died. Four death in a the coca crack up South of mount pleasant Ami three More victims of a two War col i i son Nee Decorah. As the death toll mounted St de safety commissioner Pearl w. Me Murry issued a statement i aimed at Quot safer thah thou of i smarter than thou Driver who think safety talk is just Idle preaching on Sui that a never comm a Highway patrolmen Saki a he Denison crash occurred when a convertible in which four youth were ruling a Wung wide on .4 cure it and collided with another car undead were identified As Philip e. Nemitz 20, of Char or Lak. An Lirman 3rd class stationed at Atter Bury air Force base ind Joann Henson 18, of Placer Oak who was Riding with Nim it Leonard Burr 16, of co inc ii Bluffs Wayne Alleman 17 who recently moved to Omaha for n lies Moines Cary Baker 16 of Dunlap and Norman ant Lei son i of Dunlap Iowa s Corn crop again Heads u. S. Dos Moines r Coin crop which j i his in in the ilk list s favourable weather is a. Easy Champion in the Anni a1 i auction Derby among foe farm states. With an exp mined a a est of 53 bushels Ait arts for a total product pm of Muhi too bushels on tee basis of Hep j condition Tow is far ahead of second place Illinois which has a 3u bushels held Frt a production of 444.uso, in it a. Hic moisture in August brought an upward Rev Isidor which a droll three bushels an arte to Iowa a 1954 Corn yield Outlook which a i fms a placed at 50 bushels an acre follow my the bet. Dry july. Hie new 1951 yield Outka k of i bushels is the Ai is 1953. Minnesota is third among come Start Walb 49 bushels for a Ota anticipated Harvest of 271 now a also is no. I among a he i states in Oats production with i time new service Quimby a recently remodeler two Story farm Home burned to the ground about 1 30 a. In. Monday. The Blaze was reported by a Motorist and both Quimby and Washer fire departments worked to fight the flames. The Home unoccupied since fast Spring was owned by vie Weber of Smithland la. Location of Tho farm is four met ies West and a half mile South of Quimby. The Chicken House also burned Down but firemen saved the other farm buildings. Cause of the fire i unknown but it was thought the Blaze May have been started by lightning. Very Little furniture was in the empty House. No damage estimate kiss has been made As in Doit yet. Kit in rides for 1,000 a Airport More than 1.000 free air plane rides persons sunday took ador Ner acre yield figure of 30 bushels Fogt a a municipal Airport open and a total production of 238 911 too Illinois Agun is in second Nune the is of was sponsored by the place in it i w Hile its per am yield Cherokee flying club to acquaint b a fat 41 bushels smaller ice residents of this area with facilities a. Reduces its production to 143 of the Airport Ami the practicality �?T05,000 last year n Iowa Oats crop was a Farmr 154 Mil Hen bushels and the 1953 Yii i per a be was Only 36 bushels. August also gave Iowa soybean a Good invest and a redaction of 23.5 bushels in acre for a crop of 50,408,000 now is forecast As compared to an estimate of 46 Mihm bushels h month a of. To Mots is first in soybeans with a 21-bused yield and an 89 million Bushel production. Hears noise in wall�?5 snakes Washington a c la rafts m. Whitfield heard a strange in the Watt of Bis farm Home in the Edward Community. He decided to fumigate with burning rags Ami Sulphur. Out Cam five rattlesnakes. He k Ltd them on by one the biggest had 29 rattles my was about six feet Long. The Otner four were a Mailer with thro or fewer rat ties each. Whitfield is sleeping better now of flying As a Means of transportation by 3 30 yesterday the Shiv ply of 650 ticket was exhausted but pilots continued to take passengers up to 5 pm. There Welt 11 planes participating making runs of to Miles on each trip. It was estimated by Barney Bowen in charge of the open House. That approximately 2,500 Miles were flown during the course of the four hour open House. Bowen added there has never been an Accident on the Cherokee flying find and that flights were made w Ith ease and safety sunday despite i 35 m p h wind Early in the afternoon. Visitors came to the open House from Many surrounding counties of Northwest Iowa. Age of passengers ranged from youngsters three and hair years old to a Man 80 years lid Many of the passengers went up for the firs time the local pilots reported. Financier die los Angeles a Jim death has taken Bernard Giannini Nephew of the late a. P. Giannini who founded the Bank of America. Giannini Chicago Ift wheat and Rye j himself a vice president of the finned while thu St a of the Market Bank died in a Hospital Friday at sold off in Active dealings monday 43. He concerned himself primarily soybeans bore the Brunt of the Oil with motion picturing financing in the at Rye i irm ipg pressure his banking capacity. It was easy for Virginia a Ani Philadelphia mute Wax robbed us tie dozed on mid City subway station plat sunday. The deaf mute flank Moline t o 37. Was awakened by two Mea to i fog through his pockets. He chased the men who jumped to the track and fled through the Tunnel. Molinaro scribbled on a Pace of paper Quot i be been robbed Cid for and funded it to t cashier by the time police arrived. I i Inam had jotted Down on a pad details of the Nobel and a description of the two men. Police picked up two men identified As John p Johnson. 34 Ani Leonard Lee Alo 22, both of Philadelphia the to were ordered hid on $800 bail each for the grand jury pm charges of larceny and conspiracy miss cheerleader monday maximum 75 for 24 preceding 7 a. minimum 64 for 24 preceding 7 a. In it Reading 64 at 7 a. In a Asci by Park. N j. H Barbara Lemiux of Waukegan 111., a senior it Marquette University hours was chosen Quot miss cheerleader Quot on the basis of congeniality sports hours Manship and cooperation with other git a at the National College j Queen contest sunday Virginia was Quick to answer a senator Mccarthy Leady to Start testifying again at probe into his conduct finds Virginia Thompson Ai his shoulder. The six year old girl House guest of the Mccarthy s from Dallas figured in previous Days testimony. In the conflict Between be. Mccarthy and Brig Gen. Zwicker much hinged on a Long question the senator put to the general and which Zwicker asked several times to have repeated. Mccarthy said a child could answer the question and that his lawyer put a similar one to Virginia the previous night and she Quot answered it map wire photo

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