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44 on List College Announces Honor Graduates 2 THI DAILY TELEGRAM Eau Claire. Witcontin Monday, May 25, 1964 Goldwater Sure of Many Forty-four seniors at W i s- ronsin State College at E a u Claire will be graduated with honor Sunday. Sinnma cum laude ates are Judith d o r f. Joseph P. gradu- Buslren- DuCetto. Janet M. ITalberp and Judith K. Powers. Eau Claire; Rayetta L. Dusso. Appleton; and Eugenia F. Harnisch, Osseo. Magna cum laude graduates are Charlene A. Gold- b'crg, Norman S. Goldberg. Marian F. Kragness, Mary Ann L, Oliver, and Dorothy P. Paulsen, Eau Claire; Katherine J. Kreiling, Chippewa Falls: Betty A. Pabst, Mondovi; Barbara B. Burt, Wausau; Doris E. Fahr, New Auburn; Ellen L. Last. Oak Creek; Karen E. Rydberg. Clintonville: and Judith A. Jensen, Cedarburg. Cum laude graduates are Helen VV. Larfabee. Susan E. Miller. David J. Morgan, Dean D. Neill, Judith J. Tabler, Eau Claire; Janice E. Christianson. Dawn M. W i 1- son, Elevn: Mary E. Clark, Augusta; Ann Jackson and Virginia A. Josifek. Cadott; John N. Kondrasuk, Gilman: Jeanette M. Larson, Menomonie: Marie K. LeDuc, Jean PARKING COLLECTION BOXES — The new type parking violation tickets were put into operation today for use in any of 20 fine collection boxes which are now placed In the downtown area. Mrs. Arlys Ehrhard, meter maid, shows the new ticket as she stands beside one of the bright red collection boxes. The ticket is in envelope form so violators may insert the fine money and drop It In the box. They may also mail the violation money to police headquarters or pay it in person. (Staff Photo) Traffic Violations Kenneth W. Gripe, 23, R t. 1, pleaded guilty in County Court today to a charge of drunken driving late Sunday night when he lost control of his car on Seymour Road, struck a service station sign and ran into a pile of water pipe along side the road. He was fined $150 and costs or 25 days in jail. His driver's license was revoked for a year by law. The case of Vernon J. Books, 56, of 403 Garfield Ave., who pleaded innocent April 15 to a charge of driving while under the influence of intoxicants that day when he was involved in a two-car accident at Hastings Way and LaSalle St., was adjourned to June 22 at the request of his attorney, Frank E. Betz. Thomas G. Gunderson, 17, Rt. 1, Chippewa Falls, pleaded guilty to a charge of speed- Ing on Birch St. and the north side May 20. His driver's license was suspended for 60 days. The case of Wayne P. Tos- ke, of 507 Erin St., who pleaded innocent April 16 to a charge of driving with inadequate brakes April 8 wh'en he was involved in an accident in the 1800 block on Pie d- mont Road, was adjourned to June 15 at the request of his attorney, John P. Thornton. The case of Hans O. Oster- rude, 27, Rt. 1, who pleaded innocent M a r c h 23 to a charge of making a left turn in front of oncoming traffic March 15 when he was i n- volved in a two-car, personal injury accident at Hastings Way and Brackett Ave., was adjourned to June 29 at the request of the city. Osterude Is represented by John Ward of Osyoo. The case of Herbert C. Heath, 29, Rt. 1 Eleva, who pleaded innocent April 1 7, 1963, to a charge of driving too fast for conditions March 23, 1903, when he was involved in a two-car, personal injury accident on Hy. 93 in the Town of Washington, was adjourned to June 15 at t h e request of his attorney, Kenneth L. Sigl, pending civil action in Circuit Court. John A. Sumner, 25, of 527 Third St., forfeited $13 for driving with only one headlight April 22 in the 300 block on Beach St. Ramon A. Howe, 20, of 704 Niagara St., forfeited $13 for speeding May 3 in the 500 block on Water St. James W. Fering, 22, o f 3245 Hastings Way, forfeited $9 for three delinquent city parking tickets. A total $209 was forfeited for the following city park ing violations: 38 prohibited parking, 16 overtime, four improper parking, one d o u ble parking, and 298 violations. meter ne L. W r i g h t, Falls: Arlolph R. Chippewa Maassen, Elk Mound; Diane R. Matz, Strum, Patricia J. Olson, Altoona; Carol A. Wiersig, Marie A. Becherer, Gladys M. Schneider. Colby; Michael J. Bcichlor, Valerie A. Thi- emp, Marsh field; Diane H. Gibson, Park Falls: Mary J. Kukuska, Hudson; Robert A. Labudcl. Berlin: Gwen E. Suvada, Colfax; Donna J. Walter, Mauston. GRADUATE assistantships and fellowships awarded gracl uating seniors are: John Hartman. assistantship In library science. Rosary C o 11 P Re; all from Chippewa Falls. Micha'ol J. Biechler, Marshfield, scholarship and assistantship in geography, Michigan State University; Eugenia Harnish, Osseo, fellowship in library science, University of Wisconsin; John Kondrasuk, Gilman, fellowship and traineeship in psychology, University of Minnesota; Donna Walter', Mauston, assistantship in English, University of Tennessee; Joseph Zesbaugh, St. Paul, assistantship in speech, University of Iowa. Students listed in W h o 's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges are: Judith D. Bushendorf, Joseph P. DuCetfe, Robert J. Ganka, Janet M. Halberg, Judith A. K r u c k- man, Larry A. McFarlane, Rocd K. Mackenzie, Susan E. Miller, David J. Morgan, Robert D. Plumb, Judy K. Powers. Alice M. Teal'py and Malcolm J. Voelz, Eau Claire. Jean K. Deuel, Diane S. Fjolstad. Karen K. O'Niel, Chippewa Falls, Janice E. Christenson, Eleva; Mary E. Clark, Augusta; Natalie Fuchs. Cadott; Eugenia F. Harnisch, Osseo, Kay M. Hartzell, Spooner; Adolph R. Maassen, Elk Mound; Patri cia J. Olson, Altoona; Gary A. Reineke, Augusta; Bar bara D. Burt, Wausau; Raymond L. Crenna, Bessemer, Mich.: Nancy I. G 1 a e s e r, Brookfield; Shirley H a g e n, Black River Falls; Mary J. Kukuska, Hudson; Robert A. Labudd, Berlin; Ellen L. Last, Oak Creek; Donna J. Walter, Mauston; Joseph P. Z e s- baugh, St. Paul, Minn. Buchholz. NDEA fellowship in English; Texas Christian | university; Joseph DuCette, fellowship in psychology, Cor-1, C:|_ M _- nell university; Charlene TO 01161106 Khanh Attempts Box Car Cargo Traps Transient A 37-year old transient, Daniel Harmon, Lafayette, La., was found in a railroad open box car, injured and pinned by a bundle of piping over his chest and stomach, by a railroad crew in the Altoona yards early Sunday morning. City police, sheriff's department deputies, and Altoona police authorities helped extricate the man by hooking a chain around the bundle of pipes and hauling it off by using the diesel engine. Harmon seemed i n great pain and couldn't talk except to repeat, "Oh, my God". Authorities had no idea when' or where the accident oc-j cured or how long the injured, man lay there. Railroaders, found him in the car with a jug or water and some lemons by his side. The man was taken to! Luther Hospital for treatment j and observation of possible; internal injuries. Goldberg, assistantship i n English, University of Rhode Island; Norman Goldberg, assistantship in English, Purdue university; Marian Kragness, assistantship in Spanish University of Illinois; David J. Morgan, scholarship i n clinical psychology, at the insitituion of his choice; Judith Powers, assistantship in English, University of Wyoming: Alice Tealey, NDEA fellowship in English, University of Tennessee; Malcolm J. V o e 1 z, fellowship and traineeship in clinical psychology, Southern Illinois university. All are from Eau Claire. Jean Deuel, Fulbright scholarship for study at the University of Poitiers in France; David Dorsey, state department of public welfare grant in social work at the University of Wisconsin; Karen ••••••aiHHr GUITAR lessons Men's GRADUATION GIFT HEADQUARTERS -ARROW- SHIRTS TIE TACK-CUFF LINK SET BILLFOLDS CLOTHING STORE LUND'S Greater Graham Ave. SAIGON, South Viet Nam (UPD — The military gov ernment of Maj. Gen Nguyen Khanh cracked down on its critics during the weekend b> banning nine newspapers and holding several political op ponents for possible trial. The political activity held the capital's attention today with an apparent lull in t h e fighting against the Commu nist guerrillas. No new major clashes were reported. Khanh banned three Viet namese newspapers Saturday and six more Sunday. Kashmir Talks Open RAWALPINDI, Pakistan — (AP)—Sheikh Abdullah, the nationalist Kashmir leader and President Mohammed Ayub Khan of Pakistan be gan discussions of the thornj Kashmir dispute today. River Swim Costs Life of Stout Student MENOMONIE (Special) — An informal Sunday picnic nded in tragedy here Sunday afternoon when Stnut State College sophomore Billy Krull, It. 1, Clintonville, drowned in Red Cedar River. The youth shouted he was letting a cramp just before he ivent down in 18 feet of water about two-thirds of the way across the river at the point n which he and Robert Jaeger, Nilwaukee, were swimming. Jaeger, and others who answered his cries for help, ried to find Krull but couldn't. Dunn County authorities from the Menomonie police and fire departments and the sheriff's department using five boats and three skin divers recovered the body about 4 p.m. The body was found by Sgt. Wilfred Olson of the police force dragging in about 10 feet of water 12 feet from where the youth had last been seen. Currents were reported as very swift in the area. Deputy Coroner Dr. Karl Palmer'was at the scene. The body was taken to t h e Stanton Funeral Home. Krull and Jaeger were both residents of Fleming Hall and decided to attempt the 90- foot swim across the river. Jaeger made one effort to assist Krull after he showed signs of distress but was unable to work effectively in the current. So he went to shore to remove the tennis shoes he was wearing and call for help. Others in the park entered the river. Power company officials closed dam gates to help lower the river level in the search area. Riverside Park is located near Hy. 29. Florida to Select Delegates Tuesday By LARRY OSIUS WASHINGTON (AP) — Sen. Barry Goldwater's strength among Florida R e- publicans will be tested Tuesday in a primary that highlights this week's political schedule. However, much of the political interest is on a race that won't be decided until June 2: The Arizona senator's battle with Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller of New York for California's 86 Republican convention votes. Other events this week include Tuesday's runoff p r 1- $500,000 Given to Rights Group By United Press International The National Association for :he Advancement of Colored People announced Sunday that more dollars and lawyers will be thrown into the "long, hot summer" on the civil rights scene. The announcement was made in N e w York where NAACP aide Jack Greenberg disclosed that an unidentified donor has given $500,000 to theNAACP legal defense fund. It was called "the largest single contribution to any or ganization in civil rights history." Greenberg said the money was given on anticipation that "tens of thousands, who will presumably be arrested in future non-violent demonstrations, will need legal representation." In Chicago, former Black Muslim leader Malcolm X urged Negroes to form a committee of civil rights leaders to t a k e protests against segregation to the United Nations. Cavalry Troops to Leave Europe HEIDELBERG, Germany (UPD— The U.S. Army announced today it is withdraw ing the llth Armored Cavalry Regiment from its bases along the Iron Curtain and sending it back to the United States A spokesman at Army European headquarters here said the return of the highly mobile unit is part of the withdrawal of the extra U. S forces sent to Germany during the Berlin crisis of 1961. The Defense Department announced last month about 5,100 troops brought here during the crisis would be sent home. nary in Oklahoma and Satiir- lay's primary in North Carolina and a Republican convention in Mississippi, also Saturday. The Republican National Convention arrangements committee meets here :oday to go over final plans and choose the three top convention officers. Sen. Thruston B. Morton, R-Ky., and Gov. Mark H a t- field of Oregon appear to be the likely choices for permanent and temporary chairmen. There is strong support for Rep. William E. Miller of New York, the party's national chairman, to deliver the keynote address. THE FLORIDA GOP pri mary is to decide whether a slate of delegates pledged to Goldwater and endorsed b y him, or an unpledged slate, most of whose members f a vor Goldwater, will cast the state's 34 convention votes. Eigher way the senator is assured a good bloc of votes. He also is expected to pick up Mississippi's 13 votes at that state's GOP convention. At the start of the week, The Associated Press survey of first ballot votes showed this lineup: Barry Goldwater 301 William W. Scranton 70 Henry Cabot Lodge 44 Nelson W. Rockefeller 40 Margaret Chase Smith 15 Richard M. Nixon 11 Favorite sons 102 Uncommitted 22? The Florida election also includes n Democratic gubernatorial runoff primary b e- rween Mayor Haydon Burns of Jacksonville, who led the field in the May 5 primary and Mayor Robert King High of Miami. Illegal Deer Cause of Fine James E. Martin, 20, Rt. 1. Augusta, pleaded guilty in County Court today to a barge of illegally possessing a doei carcass out of season Sunday when Warden Homer Moe investigated a complaint on the north shore of L a k e Eati Claire. Martin was fined $100 and costs or 20 days in jail. Moe told the court he received a complaint that someone driving a car with Illinois license plates was creating a disturbance and shooting off fireworks. In the investigation, he found deer hair, a knife, and rather fresh blood in the trunk of the car. He took the youth, who recently moved here from Illinois, to the Fairchild ranger station to check out his story that he had picked up a dead deer along a flrelane and took it to the ranger station. Moe said none of his stories checked out. The warden said there had been indications and complaints in that area that deer had been recently shot and dressed out along side the roads. 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