Washington Evening Journal in Washington, Iowa 20 May 1963
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Washington Evening Journal (Newspaper) - May 20, 1963, Washington, Iowa
The Washington evening journal monday May 20, 1963 editorials thought for the neither hero salvation in in other for there none other name under heaven among men whereby we must be 1 12. There Only one door which the human soul May enter into enter a life and be saved from the ravages of eternal hell. That door Jesus Christ who said. I am the door. me if and Man enter in he shall to saved Gwendolyn How Are your Birds doing de what Birds Gwendolyn those Bab it cardinals you were bleeding about last week. De. Of i inc. With the help of their parents four Volunteer Robins and wife they got out of the nest Learned to Fly in one afternoon and took off in the general direction of Doc Lloydbird feeding station. Too sports report most of our readers probably know this time that the state i Niv Ersita of Iowa won its firs big id outdoor track championship last saturday but did you know that for one week a from saturday june 11 to saturday june 18 a the Iowa baseball team was in first place in the big 10? of course we re out of there now. The boys split a double header with Wisconsin saturday to let Illinois 8-4 slide into first Iowa a standing 7 4 Low a never la fore won a track championship. It had been a Long time since it was in first place in baseball. There Are two More Ball games to play a we might get that first place Back yet too the legislature gives up the current session of the Iowa legislature a the longest session on record has adjourned. It did t finish it quit in the 12. Days it Laboured it passed some Wise and necessary Hills. It coped with some difficult and important problems. But it did \ t Cope with the big one it failed to act on a comprehensive tax measure. For that reason alone there a pretty general feeling of disappointment throughout the state an impression that the legislature Ita pity the lawmakers could not do something on taxes. In this respect they did fail. The problem of sufficient taxes for the state of reorganising the basis on which those taxes Are levied the most important problem now facing us. It far More important to Iowa than the liquor the Demk question if not quite colourful. In a perfect demonstration of the frailties of human nature the legislature failed to pass a tax Bill because they were unable to agree or reach a Compromise on How the additional Revenue was to be spent. Tax Reform failed because the legislators could t agree on what to do with Money they did t have. Iowa will suffer a result. Been a Bachelor too whatthat the weaker sex the stronger sex because of the weakness of the stronger sex for the weaker sex a the South Bergen news Rutherford. . The All seeing eyes Ralph Mcgill editor the Atlanta Georgia Constitution i m n the nor. C Agha in gov Thompson. Of Mississippi supporting c w and then one looks at. And reads about Hern scene one seems to see or. Bull Conner of education and police in Birm Aalice of Alabama. Mayor Allen and gov. Ross Barnett also unit up n a world stage with a singing Mournful spirituals and dus important. It would be interesting to know if the mayor really believes it All there Down in that underground Serene and joyous just wishing those old agitators would go away things could be just like they were in the old Davs. Horns a a standing in the need of prayer lord Standin in the need of prayer. Of. T in Omin i m Corni for head Hendin he i hear Tho c gentle voices calling. Old Blac k Joe a the jag Noii the of Jackson capital City of the its that Quot local Negros area t. E support for the old Way of the May r quoted Gay . Oer found support from locale not. He Insi to. Supporting Quot the a his a change toe support of Mississippinegrotfur a he Tate government and the Munici a Lite it l r. Longer visible to official it a Ore underground. Thu presumption m that those wit extraordinary vision May lift the Corner of what mayor t Hompson has described a it a nether Region and see the Happy laces and hear affirming voices of his local negro was but a Short time ago that politicians hmm. Wallace and or Thompson were proclaiming that the Southern negro was the happiest person on Earth he liked living m a Hanty slum he was ecstatic about being deprived of the right to vote he just loved being kept in his a place the benign. Kindly co and for education everyone knew according to the legend that the really genuine a Southern Darky Quot was happier without it being illiterate they said enabled him to leave worn some problems to the White Folk indeed Gre at was i happiness that merchants and planters often would sigh and say to Quot outsiders Quot wish i was half Happy As nig Gers just half Happy. They have no Sorrit s. You see always laughing. Always Happy. Ran the the. That was such u Short time ago time move. If it indeed True Jackson a mayor say that All tins happiness Lias gone underground then a Itnot brother nor sister but itme. Of. Inird. Standing Here in mayor Thompsons underground Standin in the need of prayer there seem to be other doubts. In Birmingham. Or Bull Connor the commissioner of education. Was quoted not believing that the Rev. Martin Luther King really believes in passive resistance told reporters that or King had made a tour of tie euro Section urging All to refrain from violent the commissioner of education and police was quoted saying Quot no he Ain t. He d give anythin., m the world to see it the not happen a am we to t Ain t going to let anyone run Over or Bull Connor too seems to possess All seeing eyes the Cut a missioner can see into i r. Kingmind i his. Though a tand off for a Long time a lot of people have been Able to see into or Bull Lon Normind gov Wallace spoke contemptuously of the Birmingham merchants and their agreement to initiate an end to discrimination a having no Legal standing 1 in Raleigh n c. All merchants move owners and restaurants voted to desegregate i nowhere in Alabama or Mississippi was there even one official voice that spoke of the Promise of America to All citizens equally. None mentioned the Basic principle that this country edit at d to the proc left of equal Justice and Liberty under god and under the Constitution. Chorus Quot he trampling out the Vintage where the grapes of Wrath Are stored he hath loosed the fateful lightning of his terrible Swift sword his truth marching Many factors Are different now will they come again race riots of 1919 end of world War i brought shameless civil disorder to . Cities one riot triggered another. High school scribblers again this year the High school students have published a year end literary Magazine. Called Quot h. S scribblers�?1963�?�, it a 24-Page Booklet containing essays fiction poetry and illustration itproduction was a project of the journalism class. I it any Good that depends on what Standard you for judgment. a publication it excellent a marred Only some disgracefully poor typewriting. a literature Quot it just about what you d expect or maybe a Little better than you a expect from High school seniors. a a arts the illustrations vary from very Good indeed to painful. a school project it successful thoroughly commendable and deserves to be repeated annually. More than 60 Young people have their work recognized in print. For Many it the first and last time their creation will Ever be published. For them All it a salutary experience. Each one has gained some idea of the creative process. Several of the items in a a scribblers deserve wider distribution. If we can get the permission of the Young authors we intend to reprint one or two of them on this Page too our Well meaning Uncle from the Fairfield Ledger senator j Glenn Beall. Maryland recently received a letter from one of his worried constituents. The letter said a dear senator Quot i have a dependent relative who has very Little financial responsibility. He Means Well but he keeps buying presents for wife and me charging them to account. A when he sees something that he thinks we might need he buys it. And i have to pay. These things Are rarely what we would have bought ourselves. He does no to work for a living Money does t mean much to him a the won t listen to me but i thank he would listen to you. Wont you please your influence to get him to Stop this practice a have you guessed who the relative the name Uncle Sam. A oooo new Frontier definition a Small boys ambition to grow up and be a Farmer he can get paid for not raising spinach a Haines City Fla Herald too just a whisper people will believe if you whisper it. A the pipeline Hartford mass. Too inefficiency experts we done to know who figured out the 8600 tax exemption for a wife a but it sure must have the Langford . Bugle Lyle. Wilson United press International time blurs the memory of those years just after the armistice when the United states awk Wardly was adjusting to an unknown new world filled with unimaginable terrors at Home and abroad. But the year 1919 can be pinpointed one of shameless . Civil disorder. This disorder consisted of race riots Between Whites and negroes in several cities including Washington i a. There was race trouble in 1919 in Tulsa. Okla., Chicago and Detroit and elsewhere although the names of other cities do not pop to mind. There would be no Point in dredging up these 1919 sorrows for consideration almost 50 years later hut for a single disquieting fact. It Itiat the 1919 race riots seemed to trigger each other. T Here seemed to be a sequence in the disorders though unstable racial elements in one Community Reading of riotous murder elsewhere were inspired to engage for some of their own. Racial violence in Birmingham ala., May trigger something elsewhere. In the Light of events of 1919 that would be the expected pattern. Against such triggering there arc several factors. These include the Public and private awareness of impending trouble and the desire to Avert it. There the negroes new political significance and the eagerness of politicians to please them. Another Factor the infatuation of . Statesmen with the idea of presenting to africans an image pleasing to the tribesmen newly ennobled citizens of free and Independent if not self sufficient nations. None of these factors existed in 1919 there were other factors that did not exist in 1919. There was not under Way in 1919 any Effort the Federal government to impose racial integration on states. Neither were negroes North and South in 1919 organized behind aggressive and sometimes belligerent leaders nor was the negro in 1919 a political prize greatly cherished one of the major political parties. These factors All Bear today on the race situation in the United states and they do not Bear always on the Side of peace and reason. Around the for $17,000 a month Iowa will have a new general electric computer Harrison Weber Iowa daily press writer contract Bridge 3 b. Jay Becker top record Holder in masters individual championship play Des Moines a id a the a m o n g other things. Solden the same time state reprogramming data pro Hopes to put motor vehicle Regis system rations under data processing. The changes being made will in the Basic change from two Able the data processing division Small computers to a medium size 17 to serve More state agencies said c 0 111 p u t e r. The state executive state comptroller Marvin Seldom Council already has approved . Ing a medium size computer Gen a we have every Hope that Era electrics 225 at a Cost of through the of this equipment $17,000 a month Well be Able to hold the line or the data processing division reduce administrative Cost of of presently Pavs $15,000 a month for crating state Selden renting two Small in Smiter remarked in an interview. Ifs Quot a a a important step but not a giant another reason for the change that the new computer has a random Access Quot allowing the opera tor to interrupt a program being run through the computer to obtain information about another program which logged in the computers memory unit. The new computer will print 900 lines a minute compared to 600 on the present computers Quot obtaining this computer an computers important step but not a step Quot opined Selden. Quot it should care of our needs for the West dealer. East West vulnerable. North 4 a k 105 v a 7 2 4 a q j 5 2 West a j vk9 4 8 4 3 4 a j 108653 East 4 6 3 4 j 10 6 4 3 4 10 6 4q974 South 4 q9 8 7 4 2 ? q85 4 k 9 7 2 com take next three or four head he said the equipment changes will return one of these Small a a. Being made will permit the states Peters and a strip Down Quot the other data processing division to do a computer that it can be used Papfi lot More work Foi the tax com for bookkeeping did oops up Sain r a Mission department of Public Safe Cost of Westt a Comoto Ihben nil ,0 Law Olte Mon he to and i nun Momu Donna v ,. A a before the new computer i it in act it and liquor commission Puter will be less than $4,000 a Tuai operation. Selden anticipates in addition he continued the month. Thut with six months alter the a a processing division will be Selden it Aid the big advantage computer in operation the data Able to provide better service to in going to the larger computer processing division will need one such departments the depart that it will be possible to have and a half shifts to meet demands ment of social welfare and the parallel programs in other words of various state agencies and two the bidding West North pass 2 4 pass 3 4 opening Lead East pass pass famous hands and it was practically certain that Macaroni and Cream they were fondly called would bid the slam and thus gain 500 Points for Italy. However much to the amazement of the audience the bidding proceeded this Way West North East South 3 4 Dale. Pass 4 4 pass 5 4 pass 7 4 a word of explanation about the seven Tad in order in International events English the official Means of communication and All contestants must bid in that language. Cremon Cini intended to bid six Spades but. Being poorly versed in English said a seven a thinking he was bidding six. The British West Friday 1, deeply resp Coful of the italians bidding skill and unaware of souths error naturally assumed that North waa void of clubs and therefore did not Lead the Ace. Instead he led the Jack of South 3 a j a four of clubs. Board of control. the Way a four programs can be running at full shifts within two years a Ilo Rucj / / cram Las Ethel i. Eckels cards and Flowers should always in shown members at Distant be remiss. Just get out the file that holds for you the Pride of your life pass too and grand was served one 7 30 a. M. To brownies and their adult guests these pictures were taken at Wil lard school in Moline. Ill. Which was our own Alma mater in the Quot Way Back when. Grades one to eight were taken in school and our first Home economies Clas ses were taken there where it was an eighth Grade subject. We Don t recalled vividly one cooking exhibit in which we entered a Lemon pie that was a heart breaker a for us. It had turned out to in a pie of weeping Willow Tenden cies. The filling did not have the stamina to stand up and face the a Beautiful from family Points put some Sunshine into an otherwise dark and Cloudy mothers Day but the True activating element for a Complete observation of the Day was lacking. The irrepressible show of youth had your grandchildren a pictures a world but dropped disgustingly come up missing. But the same then show them around from insufficient thickening mater thing had taken place in Many and Point to perfection and brag Ial. When we took the pie Home other Homes where children and and expound for supper it was received and grandchildren were at too great n ,.commented i qom gently. The eight a distance to but it Able to u Proniw year old brother came directly the trip Home to mothers for the a to the Foint Quot it in t too exciting Day commenting on the very f or grandmas have rights when to look at. But it tastes k 1 n d a quiet Day in one Home the Moth Hev wish to Crow Good Quoter remarked. A its Good to have no one dare Tell them a see Here a quiet Day every Little bit. But grandma dear a antique shops Are numerous on the other hand a whooping hoi 1 1 i a along the highways thru out the u the Dies something we oldsters need truth stranger than fiction they say and this remarkable Haid lends credence to the adage. The scene was Torquay in 1961 during the european championships the hand oct it ads Given a 1, Gye Montmi curved in the match Between brought Home the Giaui slam great Britain and Itaev i but Means Quot a squeeze he at the first table. Roue and <�?T1-sh�?od two Trump and five Dia Gardener North South for mond. Discarding a club and a Britain failed to reach the heart then he led fur More slam stopping at four Spades Trumps reducing ins hand to on the bidding shown Tavo tier Quot Theof hearts. There a gloom in the on the last Trump priday largely Burdish audience watch had to Rind a discard holding ing the match on Bri Gerama the k-9 of hearts and Ace of when tin italian n rth South clubs in front of Dummy a a-7 Piir Mascheroni and Cremon of hearts and King of clubs he Cini to play the hand the discarded a he it whereupon a get no a d for their Dummy discarded a it rib and to eat Luil in bidding slams. Cremor cum no de seven. I a Kinic it .1 Al s it 1 a Iii Good fashion hints for the Man in your life Gay Pauley up women a editor new York up a if there just what Are the characteristics of the Well dressed Man Bailee listed them a it Quot natural re in the other hand a whooping hoi v 111 a. Along the highways thru out the tin Day of fun a when .,11 a a a cum Staken though country ,.y it. to kids get Home with 1 heir fam ? linking. Shevisit. They can create for you a lies something we oldsters need be or 1 Felling of extreme nostalgia when a Man in your life read on and spans la. Orderly Well groomed. The fashion fashioned up suggested Elm this Section if you decide he needs it but present the contents with tact if he a the Type with i differ Quot not Quot he said plate or the All for the office he ent dress habits the rumpled Black Navy Grav or dark Brown socks the jacket sleeves Long hosiery but for outdoors pattern the coat looks like it in t his the an color Ailt a right. Shoes which Haven t been shined and love. Now and then to keep just floor Folk with All of the you see rep Kriis of the household since they came from the store. aware of the realities of the a in lieu of a rollicking Dav of fun Motherdav was a Good Day for a jangling the bangles you know. The minute you join the pert adoring old grandmas if please angles talk on. Grandma jangle the bangles that hang on your Bracelet those markers of names on that circlet real sparklers gadgets grandma used in achieve at the moment on this desk Are ing the wonderful results in the results of a rating of sex oct Many tasks to which she Laid her hand. But in one Way an Tique shops Are quite Modem their prices wrong stall a one hit of nostalgia on Moth pulled a Boner did j f Kerr a Day for was accounted for he goofed in protocol Quot shoes should a 1 w Abe shined Quot he said. Quot a too Long jacket detracts from a mans height. It should just cover the seat. Quot i hate to see a jacket sleeve girls Friday plus a report from a end in nothing. There should be a clothing executive that wives fre a talc cuff showing. Half an Inch Quentlyn consider their husbands to an Inch something less than Beau Brum Quot trouser length should break at mils and comment from a male the instep not stack up on the fashion analyst on some of the feet Quot Tive dress today a Secretary a publication which questioned the the series of pictures in the he placed the Duchess in wrong rights and wrongs of menus Wear. White shirts Are a must after 6 sunday Register. Remember the seat the secretaries mostly rated bade remind h pm a Symbol of membership a think ones showing Brownie scouts pre what to now geritol their Bosses Well turned out on this paring a Pancake breakfast that Ethel l Eckels some wives thought their huge All in the name of science in shorts and socks these volunteers live happily ? at 44-120 degrees commended some color especially for the mature Many stripes or hands awful dressers to Perkins Pale Blue because they Are softer h. Bailey the analyst and exec against the face Tive editor at Menwear a Trade a Over 40. Avoid White Quot he said publication one of the worst style White reflects and highlights Sims the leg show hairy calf lines especially bad on a mom above the socks ing alter Overbrook. A i Pic a scores of Young men from All walks of life have been living in a Quot chamber of discomfort Quot Here for a week or More Ai a tune in the interest of medical science Quatt garb a and for $10 a Day plus Rorr and Board. Wearing practical no clothing they have been living in near freezing temperatures with their inc., of Union. . Temperature warmth for sleeping a single Mil in the main room kept constant itary Type Blanket provided degrees hut because the Tivice a Day a a c at 44 subjects Are lightly clothed its the same if they were living in an Arctic 40-below with Ade subjects take a Quot walk Quot a on a Treadmill in the exercise room. A nurse brings food at regular intervals four tightly controlled experimental diets. Each subject must consume rapped in wires each subject harnessed with he fowl served to him. A Maze of wires that signal every temperature varies bodily change. A team of Scieri the rooms in which the tem lists studies and evaluates their Pesature can Range from 40 de every Quot movement Quot scrutinized and ph.vsiol�f4ical and psychological re Grees to a scorching 120 degrees their even word monitored actions blood pressure heart rate. Fahrenheit Are kept at the noise the purpose of their voluntary Fig Eli. Gumption Carbon Dion level of a quiet Hospital exhaled Thermal balance and they Are screened against elec isolation at Lankenau Hospital is. A a a a exec to Del mine the effects of Tern Kofl ? Tofal . So that the Deli. Denature and moisture on a do frequently and a two Cate measuring apparatus will Noti j it. A v communication system Moni he disturbed c Langes and disease and of diet tors j e subjects every sound to Jyle Experiment i under prolonged cold uni.1 it experiments have shown the test subject have included that regardless of the differences artists Quot station Alt a giants lankenauchamber of disco in diet a marked deterioration of. D lists stall n attendants fort consists of a combination curs truck Drivers and College the fifth Day. At that bet w erne ter a the a a mgr dining room about ize oin Al Iver almost continuous 1 a do re of a master bedroom and an exly their pulse rates Rise an aver cruised through Van ads in news Reisp room in Tho living mom a to of k. 1963, a the Hall Syndicate inc All rights reserved .s.,. I a t 4.1. Cruise room in the living room age of 28 beats a minute and to lick Decam accepted pm the test sub act it lounge on open web All suffer some degree of cold in if Thev pass rigid physical and cots and chairs listen t0 the a Jur m the torm of painful sex psychological examination. Dio watch Cie vision. Read arid in empties. Clad Only in sock it and shorts play chess or checkers. When but despite their discomfort the subjects spend Long 10 sleeping they must lie on cots subjects morale has remained Davs in a precisely controlled in without mattresses because a mat Leigh throughout a aft was a Chal Viro mental test suite built for Tress a form of insulation. To Lenge a said one. A and i was an Lankenau Tenney engineering provide a minimal amount of pious to see if 1 could take it a a la. Jones mrs. L a. Jones genuine and sincere respect for All religious beliefs. Jones funeral Home ambulance service phone Olympia 3-21 of Washington
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