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Creston News Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 14, 1965, Creston, Iowa Creston news advertiser vol. 85. A number 61. Gop focuses on Midwest West Hope to recoup losses in 1966 daily since dec. 5, 1881 Creston Iowa monday june la 1965. Ten cents fire after break in at the Chicken inn Washington ltd it a republicans plan to focus on tho Midwest and West next year in a Campaign they believe will recoup their 1904 losses in the House and give them three or More additional Senate seats. President Johnson a failure thus far to come up with a satisfactory farm program has Given the cop Hope that it not Only can hang on to the seats it now holds in midwestern and Western states but can make significant Gams there. Brightest chances sen. Thrust on b. Morton of Kentucky head of the Republican senatorial Campaign committee said in an interview that while he is not discounting party chances in any part of the country he believes they Are brightest in the Midwest and West. A was matters stand i think we Are going to get Back most of the House spits we lost last year a he said. A in local elections in such states As Iowa for example our candidates have been getting their traditional majorities even in areas we lost in 1964. A i think the administrations failure to come up with any workable farm program is going to help us in states where that is a forgotten Man this was in line with an assertion of son. Karl e. Unfit r-s.d., who expects to he a candidate for re election that the Farmer is the forgotten Man of the Johnson administration. Ile said sunday that Johnson is directing All of his programs toward Hie metropolitan areas. A perhaps that is because with the electoral College if you get the City votes you done to need any of the rest of them a he said. A perhaps it is because of purely humanitarian reasons a i done to know what the reason but it Means All the goodies Are being Handl d out to the people in the metropolitan areas and or. Farmer continues to pay through the outnumbered outnumbered 68 to 32 by the democrats in the Senate republicans have Little Hope of changing that figure materially. Twenty democratic and 14 Republican scats Are at stake next year. Even if tho gof retrieved the total of 41 House places it lost last year the party would still be outnumbered substantially since the democrats now have 294 members to the republicans 140, with one vacancy. Heavy loss from fire and theft is investigated Dhia annual meeting tuesday the annual meeting of the Union county Dairy Herd improvement association will be held at 7 30 p. In. Tuesday at the Borning cafe. It will be a dinner meeting according to Paul Richardson of Rural Creston the association president. Tom Mcalpin of Villisca will be the principal speaker. He will discuss his Dairy Herd operation. One of his cows produced the state High record of 1,167 pounds of butterfat. Dean Lillie of Winterset also will discuss his Dairy Herd. The Brown Swiss cows in the Lillie Herd averaged Over 500 pounds of butterfat. Awards will be presented by Richardson to i he top producing Herd in the association. The dairymen to be honoured by the association completed their testing year in april. Each of the dairymen who will be honoured has had a Dairy Herd improvement association record of 450 pounds of butterfat or More per cow during the testing year. These herds rank in the upper 40 per cent of herds tested in the Dairy Herd improvement records maintained at Iowa state University. Don Voelker Extension Dairyman at Iowa state reports that i,466 herds completed the year of testing and that the 50,373 cows in these herds averaged ii.648 pounds of milk and 438 pounds of butterfat per cow. He said that this is an All time High average level of production for cows in the Dairy Herd improvement associations in Iowa. Door prizes will he presented to several of those attending the annual meeting. Navy Secretary to visit Viet Nam Washington in a Navy Secretary Paul ii. Nitze leaves today for a week Long visit of Navy and Marine forces in and near Viet Nam. A fire thai followed a breaking at the Chicken inn West of Creston caused extensive damage in the Kitchen. A Large Quantity of meats and other foods and a considerable Quantity of liquor had been taken in the break in. Harold Collings owner of the Chicken inn told the news advertiser that the amount of the loss from the fire and break in have not been determined but that it would be considerable insurance adjusters arc inspecting the damage today to deter a mine live amount of Hie loss. Gail Odem a Deputy state fire marshal has joined i Mon county officers in an investigation of the fire. Odem said there was no doubt the fire had i Cen set. It was fortunate the fire was discovered in forc it bad spread from the Kitchen or the building would have been destroyed. The fire was confined to the Kitchen but there was some smoke damage elsewhere in Hie building. Collings said most of the Kitchen equipment was damaged so badly thai it will have to be replaced. The Kitchen also will have to have extensive repairs. The fire was reported by Howard j. Brown manager of Hie Lenox fertilizer co., who was on his Way from his Home in Creston to Lenox. He saw smoke coming from the building and reported the fire. Creston firemen answered the alarm. They found the building filled with smoke and fire burning in the Kitchen. The smoke was so thick hat firemen had to use air masks to enter the building. Firemen said they found a door into the Kitchen on the East S.D. of the building forced open. They called Union county officers to investigate Hie apparent break in. The investigation showed that steaks other meats Chicken fish and other foods in Large quantities had been taken from Hie refrigerator and taken away. A Large Quantity of liquor also was taken from the bar. In the colonial room dining room four tables had been overturned and the dishes with which they had been set were dumped onto the floor. Collings said the tables did not appear to lie damaged but the dishes were broken. Firemen brought the fire under control and investigation into the cause and into the break in was begun. Firemen said All the burners on the Range were burning when they arrived at the Chicken inn. There were reports also of several break ins during the night at Afton Lorimor and Thayer two service stations and a tavern in Creston also were broken into during the night. Sheriff George Stroman said a service station was entered at Lorimor and an undetermined amount of Money was taken. A service station at Thayer was entered but nothing was taken. Oil and grease were taken in a break in at a bulk Oil Plant at Afton. Police said the Cash Register was taken from the Highway 34 Skelly station Here along with the Money it contained. Cecily a cities service station on Highway 34 also was entered hut As far As could he determined nothing was taken. The Alibi tavern at Union and Maple streets was entered and an undetermined amount of Money w As taken from the Cash Register. Police said Glass in rear doors at the two service stations was broken so the buildings could he entered. Glass in a rear window at the Alibi tavern was broken to enter the building. The Chicken inn had let Een destroyed by a lire on Jan. 27. 1949, and was rebuilt with the larger present building. Hit by Golf Ball has broken nose i Debbie Drake to daughter of or. And mrs. Harold Drake of 1002 North Birch Street in Creston. Is in greater Community Hospital recovering from a broken nose suffered saturday morning when she w As hit by a Golf Ball at Crest mix it a Golf club. Debbie was off to the S.D. of the tee when another Mem Ber of her foursome in the saturday morning Golf classes hit. A Hall off the end of t h o club striking Debbie in t h e nose. A stitch was taken to close a Cut on the S.D. of the nose and the nose was set this morning. Viet battalion Cut o pieces in Battle East Union Appeal hearing on june 22 hearing will be held at courthouse Here a hearing on inc Appeal from the East Union Community sch ltd l District Board of directors decision to rent the masonic Lodge building in Afton for High Seh a it a classroom use in the next school year will be held on tues building at Lorimor districts the Board majority added. The appellants declared in their Appeal that the hoards decision to rent space in the masonic Kex age building at Afton for High school classrooms is an unnecessary expenditure of school District funds when their is unused space in Hie school the school Board and the appellants met briefly Friday night with supt. Moore and the county Board of education but no decisions were reached at that time. Call meeting on anti poverty act a meeting to consider forming a six county organization to take advantage of programs available under the economic Opportunity act will lie held at the Borning cafe Here at 8 ., on june 23. Counties invited to participate in the meeting Are Union Adair Adams Ringgold Taylor and Madison. Several persons from each of the four counties have been in Day june 22. The hearing was set today by Thomas j. Moore Union county superintendent of schools after the school Board had filed the record of its pro goodings when the decision we As made. The Appeal was filed with the county superintendent by Stan Ley Smith Russell r. Richards j and w. H. Waller residents of the Lorimor area which is part of the East Union District. They Are members of the East Union taxpayers association which has objected to the boards decision to close the High school Center at Lorimor and operate a j single High school at Afton be ginning next fall. Supt. Moore said the hearing Wall tie held in the District court room in Hie court House Here on june 22. It will begin at 9 . A pre hearing conference of attorneys for i he school voted to the meet ing to explore Board and appellants with the county superintendent and county attorney Gary Anderson Wall lie held at i Friday. In connection with its decision to operate a single High school the sch ltd it a Board has rented space in the masonic Lodge building in Afton for classroom space for business education classes. The Hoard has said that its decision by a 3-2 vote to operate a single High school was made to enable the District to of in r the Best possible education to the Young people of the Community. The separate High sch ltd l centers at Afton and Lorimor have not been Large enc nigh to enable the schools to offer the Type of program that will to possible with a single High school the Board majority said. It also said that the state department of Public instruction has recommended for several years that the District operate a single High school. A single High school was the announced goal at the time of the formation of the District by reorganization of the Afton. Lorimor Arispe Thayer and Shannon City school Flash flood hits Texas town a Texas rangers on horseback Are still searching for missing persons after an 8-to-l$ Inch cloudburst sent a 15-foot Flash flood Down a Canyon and through the main Street of Sanderson Texas. The Street was ripped apart and Pollee persons were killed and an estimated i persons Are still missing. Service. The Nea said 15 telephoto the desirability of forming an organization such As that which has been formed by Clarke Decatur Lucas and Wayne counties. Some of the programs under the economic Opportunity act the War on poverty program require a non governmental organization to participate in the programs. Union and Ringgold counties have been invited to join the1 5 scouts going to plan 3 fold attack Philmont ranch on poverty in Iowa Lew Federal held to four Hurt in head on crash Philmont scout ranch in new Mexico is the destination for to explorers and older boy scouts and one adult Leader who will leave Creston and Omaha on june 17, for a 12-Day rugged camping experience. Tire Philmont ranch which celebrates its 27th anniversary this year is a National camping area for the scout movement. It comprises 137, too acres of Western country on the slopes of the Sangre de Gristo Range of the great Rocky Mountain Chain. Raymond Jeffryes of Creston who is scoutmaster of troop 129 Federal help to Spur action by communities of the Southwest Iowa Council r a Jin find i is Leader of the contingent. He organization formed by the four he Tom. Ult Scouler tor four years. Scouts in the group Are Jeff brother on Allen Thompson heavy rainfall at Lenox sunday rainfall was measured at 1.2 inches in the Lenox Community sunday. Rain fell off and on throughout the Day. In Creston however there was Only a Short Shower which left no Meas Reahle rain. It was reported that rainfall recently has caused a great delay in Spring farm work. Saturday was the first Day on which Farmers could spend the full Day in the Fields for quite a while. Not All of the Corn has been planted in the Lenox area. In other Fields which had been planted the Corn is ready for cultivation hut the recent Rains have kept the Fields too wet for Farmers to get into them. A lot of soybeans have not been planted yet either. Chs Crest editor attends workshop at University Joan Emmeck who will be editor of the Crest yearbook at Creston High sch ltd it a next year is spending this week at the state University of Iowa attending a journalism workshop. Miss Emmeck is the daughter of or. And mrs. Paul Emmeck. The journalism workshop is held each summer to train High school students who will be on the staff of the yearbook of their school. The Creston High school Crest club each year sends a student who is familiar with the yearbook preparation and who Wall move into a responsible position on the staff i he following year. Mis Emmeck w As the Junior lass Section editor for the 1965 Crest and continued working on other sections of the Book after the Junior Section was completed. She transferred to Creston High school Cis a Sophomore and became a member of the Crest staff As a Junior. She has begun planning for the 1966 Creston with the assistance of Andrea Fisher Crest club president and layout editor Linda Waltersdorf vice president Dale novy Secretary cd Jim Lewis photographer. Work on the 1965 Creston which includes commencement activities was completed May 28 and word has been received from the printers that the yearbooks will be shipped on aug. 9. They will be distributed at a Crest party in August. Dennis Kingery and Bill Wiley were editors of the 1965 Crest. Counties to the East if they desire. A meeting of the organization known As South Central Iowa comm Unity action is to in held at Humeston on june 24. I Union and Ringgold counties have been invited to attend the meeting and to join the corporation at that time if they wish. The meeting on june 23 will lie to explore the desirability of a similar organization for counties West and nor i of Union and Ringgold counties. Harry Green Union county welfare director Rev. Marcus Aurelius president of the Creston ministerial association and Dave Seckington president of the Creston chamber of Commerce attended a meeting at Humeston last week at we Rich the South Central Iowa Community action Coix ration was formed. They attended As observers and Are presenting the matter to the organizations they represent and to other groups to determine if there is a desire to join. Frank Andrews Gregg Jeffryes and Gary Jones of Creston and Robert c. Birkie jr., of Sidney David Detrick and Thomas Shull of Riverton and Larry Carmichael and Steve Cramer of Clarinda. The Creston group will leave by train thursday evening and pick up the other Enro Ute. The Philmont scout ranch was tho gift of Waite Phillips in 1938 and 1941. Tho Grant included land a residence ranch buildings livestock and operating ranch equipment. To help develop and maintain tho Philmont ranch to also presented to the boy scouts of America As an endowment the Philton Var building a ?3-Story modern office building in Tulsa okla. Philmont ranch is Rich in wild game it has Deer Elk Coyote Antelope Mountain lion Buffalo wild Turkey and Bear. Its Hills and canyons teem with Birdlike. It streams abound with game fish. There is a Wilder continued on Page 6 Maude Borrusch �es.? Extension Council chairman resigns mrs. Maude Hathaway Bor Rusch 78, of route 2, Afton died at the Clarke county Hospital at Osceola at 11 15 . Sunday. She had been ill for six weeks. Mrs. Borrusch was a native of Tingley and had lived in the Tingley Community most of her life. Funeral services will be held at 2 Tuesday at the Keating funeral Home Here. Burial will be in the Tingley cemetery. Her family Wall be at the funeral Home from 7 30 to 8 30 p. In. Tonight. Maude Hathaway was born at Tingley March 15, 1887. She was year. The daughter of Albert f. And Mary e. Hester mat a Way. She was married at Creston aug. 19. 1925, to Clyde w. Borrusch. Mrs. Borrusch is survived by Bor husband Claude a son Floyd Borrusch of Palo Alto Calif. And three Sisters mrs. Helen Mason of Arispe mrs. Lydia Johnston of Medford ore., and mrs. Gertie Marler of Creston. Five Brothers and Sisters preceded her in death. Mrs. Borrusch was a member of the a denominational Church. Duane Henrichs of Rural Thayer has resigned As the me Max i of the Union county Extension Council for Lone township. The Council has appointed Harvey Shields to succeed him. Henrichs has been serving As chairman of the Council since january. Ralph Hudson of Sand Creek township the vice chairman will succeed him As chairman for the remainder of the Shields will serve for the remainder of the two year term which Henrichs had begun in january. The Lerm ends on Jan. I 1967. Henrichs had served on the. Council since january 1963. Henrichs told the Council that he is working on the night shift by Harrison Weber Iowa daily press association writer Des Moines a idea the Iowa office of economic Opportunity is embarking on a three fold attack in t he War against poverty. C. Edwin Gilmour Iowa a first director1 of the office of dec it it Nom in Opportunity said the role of his office is not an action program of itself. Rather he explained his office will have three main functions a information encouragement and assistance. A of course we must get information to the people to let them know what assistance j might he available under our program. Local action a next we must encourage local Community action programs. In other words to mobilize the resources of the Community to combat poverty in their areas. A thirdly a Gilmour continued a we must assist these Community action programs. We will help a Community put to get Lier an application for a Grant to the . Office of economic Opportunity to got the Money to do something about poverty in Iowa i Gilmour said it is very easy i for iowans not to be keenly aware that Iowa does have a poverty problem. Nationally about 20 per cent of the families have an annual income of less than $3,000. A there in Iowa it s estimated that i it Elween 25 to 30 per cent of our families fall in this Low income bracket. So if you take this As an indication of poverty we have a higher incidence of poverty than that in the typical state a Gilmour observed. Iii Laurill areas a recent anti a it a arty Confer j Ern e brought out the fact thai Liverty in Iowa is entered More in the Rural areas that the Urban areas. A it is harder to identify and harder to Correct i so we Are going to have somewhat of a More difficult problem than some Oiler states a Gilmour remarked. Another a definite contributing factors is lire fact that Iowa j has a larger per cent of its population in the 65 and Over 1 category than any other state. Over 12 per cent of Iowa a population Falls in this classification. Gilmour who has taken a years leave of absence from Grinnell College to take the Tate Job said there is no question that Iowa does have a poverty problem. A the resources have been Shannon City four persons were injured in the collision of two automobiles on a Rural Road about 2vi Miles Northwest of Shannon City at la . Sunday. They were taken to greater Community Hospital at Creston. A baby who was Riding in one of the cars w As the Only occupant of either car who was not Hurt. The injured Are Rex Daub. 25, of Creston Driver of one of the cars Ronald Sanson 26, driver1 of Hie other car Sansons wife. It Ann 25 and mrs. Sansons Mother mrs. Paul Comer 54, of near Shannon City. Die baby who was not injured is Lynn Sanson year old son of or. And mrs. Sanson. Sanson and Daub were released from the Hospital today. The Sanson family have Lieen living at Denison where Sanson has been Extension associate in Yaw lord county. Ile has in on appointed As Hie new Extension director in Taylor county and is to begin Bis new duties at Bedford on july i. The san sons were spending the weekend at the Home of mrs. Sansons parents or. And mrs. Paul Comer. Sanson suffered some broken ribs and a fractured Bone in his hand. Mrs. Sanson suffered knee injuries and was to under-1 go surgery today. It was reported her knee possibly w a s or allured. Mrs. Corner suffered a dislocated hip. Cheek injuries Anil a Gash on her face below one Eye. She was placed in traction sunday and was to be put into a cast Trulay. Daub suffered cuts and bruises but was reported to lie not seriously Hurt. The Sansons and mrs. Comer were on the Way to Church at Shannon City and were Elxnit a Quarter mile South of the Corner farm Home. They were going South on the Rural Road. I my who had been at the Home of his Mother mrs. Cornelia Daub South of Shannon City was headed North returning to Creston. The cars met almost head on at the Crest of a Hill. Both cars were badly damaged and both went into ditches at the S.D. of the Road. Sharon Eklund and Mark Hoffman who were returning Ismie i from sunday school at Shannon City drove by just after the Accident. They topped to give help and called to Ronnie Simpson j who was working in a Field nearby. He ran to the House . Paratroops sent to guard main Airfield Viet Cong hits areas in All of s. Viet Nam Saigon. South Viet Nam in a vietnamese rangers combing a rubber Plantation just North of Tik shattered town of Dong Xoai found the bodies of about too government troops today the remain of the 7th airborne battalion. A . Military spokesman announced. Dong Xoai was reported quiet but braced for More trouble from the Viet Cong. As the rangers moved through the fro Neh owe i Michel in rubber Plantation a few Miles North of i it my Xoai they found an assortment of grim relics left behind by the Viet Cong among them the wreckage of a . Army Liel copter and a . Army Many a identification tag. Protect Airfield . Authorities announced a at the request of the vietnamese government elements of the 173rd . Airborne brigade have moved to Phuoc Vinh to protect the Airfield and aircraft Phuoc Vinh is the main Airfield for the Ding Xoai area. The . Paratroopers had been expected to move from there into Hie Ding Xoai conflict but the vietnamese commanders were reluctant to ask for them. The Viet Cong mounted a number of attacks and ambushes in various parts of Viet Nam today All the Way from the 17th parallel to the Southern tip of the nation. Planes Active ninety american and vietnamese planes hammered targets in North Viet Naim in a series of separate raids. Twenty . Air Force Jet bombers escorted by 30 other jets attacked the ban com Lam Barracks 70 Miles Southwest of Hanoi. Five building were resisted destroyed and to heavily damaged. Forty two planes hit three areas of the Babon army Barracks 60 Miles North of the demilitarized zone . Spokesmen said. Heavy air strikes also continued inside South Viet Nam against suspected Viet Cong tar i gets. . Navy and Marine corps planes were said to have flown 118 sorties sunday. Pilots claimed heavy damage to targets and suspected troop concentrations. Six american killed six americans were killed Over Hie weekend but none appeared to have died As the result of enemy action. Four . Army helicopter crewmen were killed saturday continued on Page 6 the weather forecast for Southwest Iowa variable cloudiness monday night scattered showers and thunderstorms Over 30 per cent of the West lows 60-65. Partly Cloudy and warmer tuesday highs around 80. Iowa five Day forecast the Iowa five Day forecast for the period ending saturday Calls for temperatures averaging two to five degrees above Normal with Only minor Day to Day changes. Normal highs Range from 80 in Northern Iowa to 84 in the South. Lows normally Are from 56 in the North to 62 in the South. Precipitation will average Between one and two indies occurring in occasional showers and thunderstorms throughout the period. Creston observations Courtesy ish temperatures last 24 hours in. In. In. In. At the Mccan Alloy division Plant of the Hills Mccanna co. Made available to us to do some and called Shannon t by for help. In Creston and will not be Able thing about it. From Here on. Ii Paul Cornel who was at churn ii to attend the councils evening will depend upon our attitudes was called Lioni the Church meetings or devote the time re and our actions As to whether two ambulances tax it a the inquired to Council activities. We get results. Injured to the lio Spital at t Loston. 60 60 61 62. 64. 66. 67. 69 humidity % at 7 2 p. Rn., 60. 2 p. In. From e. Barometer Reading at 2 29.56, steady. From Creston official weather station a High past 24 hours 69. Low past 24 hours 58. Reading at 1 30 p. In. 69. 7 a. 8 a. 9 a. 10 a. 11 a. In. 12 noon. 1 p. In. 2 p. In. Relative a. In. 72 wind at

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