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Cherokee Daily Times (Newspaper) - September 30, 1963, Cherokee, Iowa Say Taku Haila a Intro official county c d City doily every evening except sunday the time it be in its to Mety third tear Cherokee Iowa monday september 30, 1963 Westside Ca 5-3183 Eastside Ca 5-4410 in Cherokee Call Between 6 00 amp 6 30 if your paper is missed consolidation of the Cherokee time can of Cherokee Democrat Washta journal chief so per copy vol 35, no. 305not even u. S. Knows next step Folio Wing ban pact Okay courthouse vote tuesday a taxpayers of Cherokee county to to polls tuesday to vote on proposal for a 1400,000 Bond Issue and decide if a new courthouse will be built in the county. Emery Goodrich is shown Here pointing to deterioration in the clock Tower of the present courthouse. Such decay is visible throughout the Structure. A staff photo state vocal clinic for tutors is Here one of six state vocal music teachers clinics is being held at a a a it a a a a a Quot miss Dexter Cherokee Washington High school today. Charles Matheson of state College of Iowa is guest director. There Are 57 High school and Junior High vocal directors from Northwest Kaka attending. I hiring the morning program which opened with an 8 30 registration Matheson rehearsed and demonstrated various choral techniques with mixed male quartet and Soprano soloists. Mann directs the Oie Rokee varsity chorus a directed by Russell Mann and the guest clinician. Gene Ellen Johnston w As a noon luncheon at Speelmon a Steak House a a preceded by a discussion which closed the morning session. The afternoon session includes information on the sight Reading of new music leading of All state music and concludes with ail state Ficco minist tryouts. Other clinics Are being held at West Union Williamsburg. Hampton Knoxville and Atlantic. Get to director at other Sites include Gordon Ohlson Coe College and Harold Stark state University of Iowa. Crains go higher Roc Beiva ill Irdill pm Freese reign for Holstein times news service Holstein Queen Diane Dexter and King Wayne free reigned Over the annual Homecoming Celebration at Holstein High Sci too. Friday night. Homecoming was Highlighter by Holstein defeating Westwood of Sloan in the traditional football game 39-6. Queen Diane. 17, is the daughter of or. And or. Ernest Dexter. King Wayne also 17. Is the son of or. And or. Melvin Freese. The Coronation took place thursday night at a Bon fire Pep rally. The Royalty a again introduced during halftime of the game. A dance at the Holstein american legion Hall followed. Attendants to the Royal couple include Larry Goettsch son of mrs. Fred Goettsch and Janice Hermann daughter of or. And mrs. Eldon Heitmann. Second attendants were Ken Buel son of or and mis. Harry i hued an a Karen Hansen Dauphine. Agap tile Grain Luj Tor of or. And mrs. Royln ban Tures Market surged higher Mon-1 sen. Day As traders took a new Ltd at Susan Robie and Donald Gebers Hie possibility of the . Selling were Crown a bearers. Susan is Lite Large amount of Grain to the daughter of or and mrs. Tom soviet Union heat mover up Robie and Gebers is the son of More than two cents a Bushel soon or and mrs. Don Gebers. Boh after the owning Bell. Are first grader. Hold 2 in bombing probe tiny teacher a first Grad pupils in Darrington wash., can look to Weir teacher miss Frieda Groom eld squarely in the eyes she is Only four feet tall. Miss groan veld admits she had usual opening Day jitters when she started teaching this fall but says Lier size has been no Handicap she says she always has order and respect particularly when she mounts her Kitchen Stool Center rear or As she Calls it a my throne map wire photo Birmingham. Ala. A two White men were placed in City jail a Ray today for further investigation into the sell of bombings that have rocked this racially troubled City for several years a col. Ai Lingo head of the state Highway patrol said others picked up in the intensified investigation have been released. He declined to say How Many others had been questioned. Night Warden l. A. Holcomb identified the two being held As r. E. Chambliss and Charles Cagle both of Birmingham. Both appeared to be in their late 30�?Ts. Lingo would give no information on the men nor on results of the questioning. He also declined to definitely urk them with the blast at the sixteenth Street Baptist Church sept. 15 in which four Young negro girls were killed. The two men arrived at the City jail the same one where some 2,400 negro demonstrators were held last Spring in a Highway patrol car brith two troop Era. Dressed in sport shirts and Slacks the covered their faces As they were led into the the investigation into the bombings there have been at least 40 had been intensified since the Church explosion these were Hie brat arrests. A Tipoff that they were coming came sunday night in Montgomery from the office of gov. George c. Wallace. Tie governors office said in a statement that a fairest were imminent a in the Church bombing in which the negro girls were killed. Hoay Iowa for or mat temperatures will average 5 to 9 degrees above Normal tuesday through saturday. Normal highs Are from tile upper 60s North to the lower 70s South. Normal Low Are from the lower 40s North to the upper 4cs South. There will a warming trend the first of he period with no significant change thereafter Little or no precipitation is expected during the period. Treated for crash hurts i Bougie Bootie a 3. Cherokee Vba it treated at s Ouk Valley memorial Hospital Tor a minor injury in the aftermath of a ear motor Cycle driven by n Al Towner. 34, of Gillease and Park Avenue saturday. According to Accident reports the Tot was a passenger on a motor Cycle driven by Niel owner 34, 1035 Park. The Cycle and a car driven by Henry Schroeder 68, Cherokee collided in the internee Tion. Young Goutier was dismissed following treatment. There was damage to the bumper and right front fender of the Schroeder Auto. Associated Prev neb analyst Washington a the United states now that die Senate has approved the limited nuclear test ban treaty with the soviet Union is like a Man who just made a Down payment on a new Bual Ness although he Hasni to figured out what kind. The treaty is an improvement in the relationship Between ale two countries and could Lead to better things president Kennedy spoke of it As a first step but nobody is sure or could be what comes next if anything. The soviet unions foreign min ister Andrei a. Gromyko at the United nations last week proposed. Among other things another disarmament conference. But disarmament conferences Are not new with either Side. Since the russians wont agree to an inspection system to prevent cheating on disarmament and the United states won t agree to disarmament without inspection it was no wonder Gromyko a idea caused no gasps. When Kennedy followed Gromyko at the United nations brith the suggestion that the United states and the soviet Union get together to Send a joint expedition to the Moon this Bias no to new either. It explains Why the russians did no to get excited. Not first time it Wasny to the first time Kennedy had mentioned it to them. A White House spokesman said the president had proposed the joint Moon trip to Premier Khrushchev at Vienna in 1981. Khrushchev did no to buy it. And. Oddly enough Only two months ago Kennedy Tell a news conference it Boas impractical. Chance for secondary accords with russians by Lewis Gulick United nations. . A �?. Diplomats believe a meeting wednesday night Between Secretary of state Dean Rusk and soviet foreign minister Andrei a. Gromyko is the Best bet among forthcoming talks for developing new accords Between Washington and Moscow. Rusk had a breakfast Date with British foreign Secretary lord Home this morning. The two join Gromyko tonight at a dinner being Given by . Secretary general u Thant. It a described As a social affair to be attended by quite a few of the foreign leaders Here for the general Assembly session. Rusk s private appointment with Gromyko was for dinner wednesday at the Headquarters of the soviet Mission to the . . Sources said Rusk May explore a considerable variety of .-soviet projects ranging from a consular agreement to cooperating in outer space. This weeks talks Bahich will in elude a Horne Gromyko lunch tuesday were about All that emerged from a meeting of the three ministers saturday. The 2h-hour Parley first High level East West session since the aug. 5 signing of the limited nuclear test ban treaty was described As cordial but unproductive of any agreement of substance. Gromyko was said to have endorsing redefined Church talked about general Complete disarmament philosophically with Gromyko while he was at giving enough details on the offered another idea which we also not new with the russians nato allies and the Warsaw pact allies in Eastern Europe. The West had never grabbed at that one. That a no Brander either. It could have the effect if the allies bought it of Allied agreement to the permanent division of Germany and Europe a line Dawn the Middle with East Germany in the communist Camp. West Germany on the Western Side. The Western allies Are committed to agreeing to no such thing. The russians had already Ere ated their Symbol of this division in 14/d c brith the Wall they built to split "�?o8 o West and East Berlin. But it has remained and probably was so intended More than just a Symbol of a divided City. Since the allies Are unwilling to risk War by tearing the Wall Down it is a sym Fth to their own bafflement in dealing brith the soviets. There has been talk also not new about the two sides agreeing soviet proposal for an Exchange of observer for the Western min is Era to judge whether it would be acceptable. The observer would guard against Surprise attack. For Rusk and Home it appeared just As Well that Gromyko did not press another soviet proposal for a no aggression pact Between the nato and Warsaw military blocs. The Western allies have not agreed what to do about this plan which is linked to the Germany Berlin Issue meanwhile. . Sources believe there is room for secondary .-soviet deals on matters of Mutual interest. Weekend toll is 5 by John Gale Vatican City a a pro posed redefinition of the roman Catholic Church won general endorsement today from the in St prelates to sgt eak at the second Plase of the Vatican ecumenical Council. Two cardinals and six Bis Horn took the floor in St. Peter s Basilica As the 2,500 Council father resumed working sessions. Pope Paul i reopened the Council sunday after a nine month recess with a Strong Appeal for Church Reform. The Council press office summarizing today a a three hour meeting told newsmen the schema topic Lief re the Assembly a a la ecclesia a concerning the Church was accepted by speaker As a a Good foundation on which to it was revised during the re Cess and undoubtedly Brill in revised further it will in the main topic Lief re the councils session ending dec. 4. The schema considered tile key to All the councils work pro com a a new Way for the roman Catholic Church to a so a at its Struc. Lure it came up originally at no an of councils first session last year and was criticized by Many father As being too juridical and academic and not sufficiently pastoral. There a criticism that the original draft would not help the cause of Christian Unity. They co where Thi Iris Are Netty Giller a 950-member student Didy go a. A it it it t m Letroit Mutt. Has an middy on Tow it Campus in the persons Jerry sup Felt and Robert Woods. Both la Olio registered Fri the fail term it the College tile Only Are shown getting acquainted with a group cd their new a Hool rentes both Are products of Detroit suburban High schools and said they ilk the Genera Campus atmosphere. Both agreed each is pm ing treated a like one cd the a pros a school officials said it s pan of an expansion program. Map wire photo a if Hor rows Lars tilt Iii by Frank Cormier a 4 merits that Eisenhower used sue Washington a pr�si-1�ysstuily against Democrat Adlet Dent Kennedy is approaching the k. Stevenson in lift of presidential with on die second of five Day of the apparent ii ohm of borrowing a j Kennedy began to theme from former i i Bujeni i Wing away from conservation Dwight Eisenhower peace end emphasise his a Contention during the recess n Council a Antl Prosperity. By the associated press an Omaha businessman and his wife were killed in the Headon crash of two Rara near Missouri Valley sunday night bringing to five the traffic toll in Iowa Over to setting up observation posts Iii the weekend each other i territory to be Alert Raymond c. Tangney. Us own against military buildups or auf of an Omaha potato Chip comprise attacks. Fury and his wife ruse died m Long talks by collision of their car with ones mikes Man said today 372 proposed correction Ami Amend ments to the flies half of the schema were mailed to the Vatican by prelates around the world a a feeling was evident among the Church father that Theja is Sion would move with greater Speed and efficiency than the Firat which run from Ort. La to Dee. 8 last year. This session will continue until dec. 4, a Young american ii i h o p summed up this spirit a a a Thok All the Hisholm Are coming Flack j vol Yemen i to this session with a lot More i credited with enthusiasm. They know now what is intended and w hat it is they Are trying to in opening Hie Council. A pc Paul said its Aims were re in Iii Tion and Reform of the cathode dial by Semi Idenna International burdens Lite drilled states is repulsing a the communist often a this argument was voiced in Montana at Billings and great. Fall Lief Ore Kennedy made it Mountain where Many voter the theme of the inti s major and Kennedy test in heeled lit pee a argument during Ute West pm oui he jus completed la obviously was pleased is till the result particularly i cause lie Drew warm response in in Rocky favor the conservative Milieu of sen. Batty Coldwater Arizona Republican. Dress an appearance in Salt Dike City mormon Tat Macle. In Salt Lake City Kennedy Tegt eat it Illy. Kennedy was inter juice was interrupted by applause i up cd by applause As lie talk i an he Nuh a the limited no Lear up the limited nuclear test ban treaty which treaty foreign Aal and global in ail of which he making Bright i die pros a is Toi peace unquestionably tins Choice of subject m is to i determine Aud enc reaction by these opus it so concern Kennedy to e deeply than the conservation matter that Gold water this idea alone if the two skies Ever seriously considered it would probably require almost fantastically dragged out Neotia carrying or. And mrs. Clifford Church restoring Christian Unity i were til announced it a and closer Contact is us today i trip world. Prosperity also figured in pm he called die episcopal assent a Nedy speedier usually in a mildly a Council Quot of invitation of ex-1 Section is nil Taai gum it i a i in Pec Tatum of Confidence a i Clear voice rolled through the hushed Basilica and out to a crowd of 50,000 persons in St Peters Juare As he delivered unto,000-word Sitdia is in i att in. Like to in John Poi Paul swerve who were Only a Murray. Ing tit christians. To the Hie state Highway patrol said the Accident occurred when Urbone. Even if they did agree the c. I Mal arrangement. Probably sir i cd or to Paw a Ruck protestant anglican and orthodox Ltd let server seat near him. To Lillion tax but is vitally a an i ree Iii insulin tax Cut is in it it ted Lief re Tion. And a re Ess a is Prosperity certainly will of Kennedy s in # in i claims same As Ike thus. The f Jem s i Aln i id Ltd tin candid it not be ii May # in has of fused Cieera again halted Kew it a by when in defend i it i foreign Aid. Duty in was jus plodding along until Kennedy hit upon the Arnee quest i in in Montana starting thu r seemed much More in c he set increasing Ain ones of time shaking hand i ii it with those vim or cried him at air-1�1 auditorium an stadiums it the trip was a dry run Lur la i # t Campaign a seem adv Miami k a n ii e d y undoubtedly v a it As a Sui # a a. Nee us it a ii dec Kold Ltd. A one malign ploy Sui Smarilli rods supper set a reorganized Church of let a i Day saints will serve its anti id tried a Ken surf Jar Arni hold flan a i ii it the Church on Ark Street on thursday oct. 3. Serving w ii in Gin at 5 p. A. On Highway 75, a mile North of Missouri Valley. Swertzic 25, and his wife. Tom i Mie 24, were hospitalized at mis j Souri Valley As was e. J. Wag-1 goner of Carter fake. I other victims of Auto mishaps Over the weekend inc puffed Frederick Green jr., 28 of la Moines killed Early sunday morning when his car went off High 1 Way 90 and it rash a into a Concrete support for a Rock Island mean much. In a nuclear age it hard to think of either aide starting a War which would almost certainly become a nuclear War the Way War started in 1914, with foot soldiers. J or. In 1939. With tanks and Ordinary bombers. Along any of the avenues mentioned above Down which the 1wo sides might be Able to walk hand in hand. There could he some fire and Lake hut at lh., time there dread Quot oven a no reason to think so. A More Likely Road to better re lations May be in the Field of Trade last week the russians american wheat although they had just bought Over 6600 million Worth of wheat from Canada. A number of american businessmen Bave called on the government to take another look at its restrict ions on Trade with the communist nations. There a a ban on Selling them materials which might help them so nominally. It has taken the two sides 18 years Ainee the War to get this far an agreement not to teat nuclear weapons anywhere except underground. It la reasonable to assume it will be quite a while before they reach the next meaningful step. It Iowa fair through tuesday. Warmer monday night lows generally near 50. Cherokee temperatures sunday maximum 65 for 21 hours preceding 7 a. In minimum 36 for 24 Houri preceding a. In Reading 42 at 7 a no monday maximum a 69 for 24 hours preceding 7 a. In minimum a 37 for 24 hour preceding 7 a. In Reading 41 at 7 a. In is pays 641,532 a am Larsen Fps distil manager presents Chick to Alvin holler Chokee county treasurer for i ass. 45 which is second half taxes for the local firm this year Bina Public service raid More than 683.01 0 in property taxes. Larsen reported that Iowa Public of a re j a cd t total a if $9 765,000 in taxes in 1962 of told to percent was rosily taxes. Larsen pointed Imp Liat 21 Centi of every Dollar is receive goes directly to taxes. Staff photo a a

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