Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on September 22, 1959 · Page 10
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September 22, 1959

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 10

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Enforcement 'Business of All Citizens' With the cost of crime at an all- time high, law enforcement is the business of every good citizen. Kvan L Hultman of Waterloo, Black Hawk County attorney, declared here Monday night. Speaking at the Rotary club's annual reception for public school teachers, Mr. Hultman pointed out (hat crime is costing the nation | about $40 billion a year, not to mention human suffering. The bill for crime, he said, would build 100,000 new high schools or the same number of new homes multiplied by 20 or would finance four-year college educations for 4 million young people. "You as individual citizens havo a stake in fiood law enforcement," lie said. "We. as law enforcement officers try to do our part but are short of help and that's where you come in." How individual citizens can help WHS illustrated by three incidents that Mr. Hultman said occurred in Black Hawk County in one recent week. In one case, a housewife noticed a strange car in the alley back of 1 her home. She reported it to the police. The officers investigated, caught a man breaking into a nearby house and later learned he was a convicted murderer. A waitress became suspicious when a man paid for a meal in dimes. She called police. They checked on the man and solved a string of 60 major burglaries. In another instance, the county attorney needed a piece of vital information to secure a manslaughter conviction. An oil station operator called and he and other witnesses supplied the necessary testimony. ' In still another case, a housewife \ called officers after some men had 1 called on her and tried to convince her that the chimney of her house needed repairing, notwithstanding the fact she had only recently had it repaired. A widespread home repairs fraud ring was broken. Mr. Hultman lauded the work of Carroll citizens and County Attorney Robert S. Bruncr for their campaign against indecent litera-1 lure sales — a local campaign j that has grown to statewide pro-' portions. "This is a good example of what , you as citizens can do to help prevent crime." Mr. Hultman said. Mr. Hultman was introduced by • Charles E. Knoblauch, who ar- j ranged the program. More than 15d Rotarians, Rotary Anns, teachers and other guests | attended the meeting in the Drift- j wood room of the Burke Motor I Inn. I SO THEY SAY It certainly is the oddest kind of 1 1 bargaining I've ever seen —if you can call it that. —.Joseph F. Finnegan, chief government mediator in the steel strike, on the deadlocked negotiations. Parents who are members of high alcoholism groups may at least be able to insulate or vaccinate their children against addiction. Small, frequent doses of alcohol, beginning early in the child's life, may be what is required to make alcohol psychologically unavailable as an addictive substance. —Sociologist Dr. Albert Ullman of Tufts University. The Pentagon has become a huge grab bag tor military missions to insure service survival quite apart from national survival. —Peter J. Schenk, president of the Air Force Assn. R. j. "Bob" DOLEZAL 3 SECONDS TO LIVE! Before you can read this another person will lose his life in an automobile accident. SLOW DOWN AND LIVE! In the meantime make sure you are thoroughly covered by sound insurance. Consult us! For the answer to your insurance questions feel free to cai! me at the Ootexal Insurance Agency. Dial 4140. Evan L. Hullmnn 45 Nurses Set to Take State Exams Twenty - four professional nurse graduates of the St. Anthony School or nursing will take state board examinations Thursday and 19 graduates of the Antonian School of Practical Nursing will sit for stale licensing examinations Friday at Des Moines. Two graduates of the professional school, Mrs. Duane Nces and Alberta Haan, will take examinations in other slates. Sr. M. Clarella. director of the St. Anthony professional school, is a member of the state board of examiners. She Gov. Loveless Coming for 3rd Year— Announce Band Festival Officials, Chairmen Key officials and commit tee chairmen working with Paul Crouse, general chairman of the Western Iowa Band Festival, were announced at Chamber of Com-, merce headquarters Tuesday. The festival will be held here Saturday beginning with a parade left Monday for a two-day board meeting preceding examinations. Nearly 1,000 nurse graduates, the largest number on record, will be examined this year. Examinations will be held in the Veterans Auditorium. of about 40 bands at 10:30 a.m. For the third successive year, Gov. Herschel C. Loveless will ride in the parade as honorary chairman. Dr. John E. Martin will assist Mr. Crouse as vice chairman of the general committee. Charles Knoblauch, manager of the Chamber of Commerce, will be the parade marshal; Police Chief Alvin Bruning will be in charge of downtown traffic; and Fire Chief Harold Grundmeier in charge of traffic at Merchants Park where a massed band of 2,500 players will present a concert at 7 p.m. Times Herald, Carroll, la. 1 0\ Tuesday, Sept. 22, 1959 |^ Joe Twit will be in charge of a luncheon for bandmasters and other visiting dignitaries to be held at noon in SS. Peter and Paul School. Ted Krogh will be responsible for sound equipment. Karl Rogosch, bandmaster of Carroll High School, and Gaylc Thompson, Kuemper bandmaster, will serve as coordinators of musical groups; Supt. W. Paul Forney of Carroll Public Schools and the Rev. Leo Lenz, superintedent of Kuemper High School, will direct Carroll school participation; and Mayor A. N. Neu will be in charge of city participation. Lunch for high school band players will be served in the Graham Park shelterhouse at noon by the Carroll Public School Band Boosters, under chairmanship of Mrs. Virgil Olesen, and Kuemper Band and Orchestra Parents, under the direction of Mrs. Paul Schumacher. Robert S. Brunei' will be master of ceremonies for the SS. Peter and Paul School luncheon and Mrs. Edna Collins for the massed band concert in Merchants Park. Mrs, R. B. Morrison will be hostess for the SUI Scottish Highlanders; L. A. Smith, host for the SAO Band; Mrs. L. A. Smith and Mrs. John Martin, chaperons for queen candidates from the various high schools; Mrs. George Holland in charge of newspaper publici t y; Mrs. Collins, radio publicity; and Phil Bush in charge of convertibles. 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