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Rain. Then Clearing in Iowa THE DAY'S -MM PrtiltlMH** N*t Mlcitttf-CMIVR Unl »«r»c«il RECORD DCS Moines Deaths • STANTON-Harry W., 61, of Elkharl, died ; Wednesday at fowa Lutheran Hospital. DWYER~Mrs. Clara, 73, of 42J1 Urbandale avc., died Wednesday at Northwest ., 'TIOR 8 PcK~Mrs. Bertha, «7, of land ave., died Wednesday ., Methodist Hospital. ORTLER— Louis, 71, «9 67 64 67 66 69 68 65 66 70 70 64 68 .50 •„ . 0. 80 97 96 70 86 .87 . 87 9? . 80 M 69 . M 84 S3 93 89 b3 89 . 86 . B5 8) 84 93 85 86 98 55 . 77 . 100 87 M 87 9^ 86 86 . vl 59 92 M 95 85 85 91 88 100 78 83 88 70 82 98 49 IP) Partly cloudy with chance of thowers to , day; porliy cloudy tonight, Friday. A M liitle cooler today, tonight with highs today In the 60s. M SOUTH DAKOTA—Mostly lair to partly cloudy through Hriday with slight . i chance of showers southwest today. Highs today in 60s, warmer Friday. MINNESOTA-Fair to partly cloudy through Hriday with little change in temperatures. .High* today 77 to iS, WISCONSIN—Mostly sunny, a little cooler and leis humid today and Friday. Hiahs today 70s north to 83 south. . . 75 .01 A squall line extending northeast to southwest moved southeastward through Iowa early Wednesday, dumping • heavy rains in many north, western and central portions, but pulling clearing skies and slightly cooler temperatures in its wake. Some flooding was forecast by the Weather Bureau along the Rock River and high water was predicted on the Floyd River. Partly cloudy skies, little temperature changes and a chance of some showers in southern portions are forecast for today. Temperatures the following list of cities shows (H) highest temperatures occurrinq between 6 a.m. anO 6 ".m. Wednesday, July 23, (L) lowest temperatures occurring hetween 6 ,1 m. Wednesday and 6 p.m. Wednesday and (P) precipitation in inches occurring between 6 a.m. and 6 p.m. Wednesday: IOWA fUirlington M Cedar Rapids 84 D"i Moines 86 Lubuqua 83 i uny 87 Lamonl '1 Maplelon 83 Mason Cily , 86 u, .un ., 87 Sioux Cily 86 •.-o--nw 8> Waterloo 88 UNITED STATES (H) Albany, N.Y. ... Albuctuerque .. Am-irillo .... Anchorage Ashevllle Atlanta . Billings Birmingham .. . Bismarck Boise Boston Brownsville Bultnlo ... Surlinqton, VI... Cosper ... Charleston, S.C. Charleston, w.Va Charlotte, N.C. .. Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Columbus, Ohio Denver .. . Detroit Duluth El Paso Fairbanks Farqo . . Fort Worth ... Great Falls ... Helena Honolulu Houston Indianapolis J.ickson, Miss. . .'acksonville — Juneau Kansas City .... Las Veqas Ultlc Rock Los Angeles ... . Louisville Memphis Miami Beach ... M.dland, Tex Milwaukee Minneapolis New Orleans ... New York North Platte ... Oklahoma City.. Philadelphia . Phoenix 97 Pittsburgh 83 Portland, Maine 75 Portland, Ore.' . ..... M Raleigh 84 Rapid City 81 Reno M Richmond 66 St. LOUIS 92 S.t Petersburg 91 salt Lake City 9? San Antonio 101 San Diego 80 San Francisco 64 Sault Sainte Marie 77 Seattle 85 -Shrevenort 94 Spokane 92 Tucson 93 Washington 80 Wichita 93 CANADA CalBary Edmonton Montreal Ottawa Regina Toronto Vancouver Winnipeg ALASKA Anchorage 71 Fairbanks 71 Juneau 55 HAWAII Honolulu 86 PAN AMERICA Acapulco 90 Bermuda 86 Havana 91 Kingston 91 Mexico City 77 Nassau 90 San Juan 85 Veracruz 90 WORLD Berlin (7 p.m.) Casablanca (6 p.m.) Geneva (7 p.m.) «! I (LI 61 67 ;o 56 68 73 58 7<t 57 56 63 81 59 52 58 76 71 7.1 71 70 68 65 62 66 61 74 OS 56 77 56 55 73 72 66 73 73 49 75 80 74 65 69 76 79 72 6? 70 75 64 60 74 67 78 70 53 61 72 ... 59 .74 62 M 73 5 70 IE 77 .... 65 .... 52 .... 61 .. . 61 . 75 ,36i Oak- low* GO'RtLE'R—Louis, 71, of «34 E. Ninth it,, died Wednesday at home. DCS .Moines Births HOEVEN-Mr. and Mrs. Charles, of Slater, a dauflhter, Wednesday at Iowa Lu- STAWPLEY-M*.' and Mrs. Samuel, 110» Twelfth it., a son, Wednesday »t lowi Lutheran Hospital. HALSTEN—Mr, and Mrs, Garry, 7110 Airline «ve.. a son, Tuesday at Iowa Lutheran Hospital. „.., YQUNG-Mr. and Mrs. Marshall V., 3«1 Thirty-eighth St., a daughter, Wednesday at Iowa Lutheran Hospital. HUNTER-Mr. and Mrs. David M., 1540 Twenty-ninth st., a daughter, Wednesday at Mercy Hospital. Where's the Fire? 7'M 10 E. Army Post road, utility pole. 8:27 2J30 StBnlon ave., Investigation. 8:49—Municipal Airport, stand by. 9:18-2041 E. Walnut St., trailer and building. ; 11:31—Eighth and Mulberry streets, auto. i-35—3833 Rlchoond ave., rescue unit. J:3I- -E. Ninth and Walker streets, rescue unit. 3'04—3313 School St., air conditioner. 1 3:08—416 S.E. Sixth St., rescue unit. , 4:32—4132 E. Ovid aye,, rescue unit. i 8:23—1400 Fourth St., (rash. Forecasts FOR THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1W LOCAL-Clear to partly cloudy through Friday and a little cooler todav. Ln.ic change In temperature Friday. High toaay near 8J; low tonlnht about 63. lOWA-Partly cloudy,' chanco of scattered showers south- today. Clear to partly .cloudy lomghl and i-nday. Highs today mid /Os to mid 8JS. . . . .. , , iLLiNOis-south: partly cloudy with 2008 Seventy-third st., died of a chance of showers and thunderstorms extreme south. A little cooler tonight and Friday Highs today around 90 south, 80s elsewhere. North: Partly cloudy, chance of showers today; (air and cooler tonight. Mostly sunny, cooler Friday. Highs today 78 to B6. MISSOuRI-casf, south: Partly cloudy, a tew showeres extreme south today, Highs today 90s south, 80s elsewhere. Cooler tonight,'Friday. Northwest' Partly cloudy to cloudy, chance of showers today. Showers continuing south tonight <ti.o hnuiiy Migns today in 80s; cooler tonicihl. NEBKASKA-East, central: Partly cloudy with chance of showers» extreme south today; clear to partly cloudy tonight and Friday. Highs today mid 80s. Northwest: Elmer Kovats Dies at 57 Elmer P. (Al Kovats, 57, of brain tumor Wayne, OES MOINES WEATHER DATA FOR WEDNESDAY, JULY 23, 196* BY U.S. WEATHER BUREAU Des Moines Airport Station HOURLY TEMPERATURES: 25 "M 49 a.m. a.m. a.m. a.m. a.m. a.rh. a.m. a.m. a.m. a.m. a.m. noon p.m. 10 i 77 1 80 82 p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. P.m. mid. a.m. a.m. 10 TEMPERATURE ACCUMULATION Highest at 4 p.m. ..... i Lowest at 8 a.m. . .. , ! Mean 1 ' i Normal . . .......... Excess or deficiency . for day 86 .67 77 77 None . 119 "I Excess since first of month .. — ! Deficiency since first of year " ' I PRECIPITATION " " . For Wednesday 52 Total this month to date 3.38 Total since Jan. 1 23.30 Normal since Jan. j to date 18.22 M! Excess since Jan. I 5.16 °8 MISCELLANEOUS 6 a.m. 6 p.m. 30.00 29.87 Rising Falling Relative Humidity 87 63 Wind Direction NW .NW Wind Velocity 22 8 Weather cldy. ptycldv. Barometer ifi Inches 75 77 83 83 79 82 75 79 73 48 51 55 54 49 52 58 54 59 48 50 74 79 ai 75 ei 57 . M 74 75 Sunrise today 6:01 a.m. Sunset 8:40 p.m. A YEAR AGO High temperature in Des Moines «2 Low temperature in Des Motaes 68 There was a trace of precipitation. Moon First quarter moon from July 22 through July 27. Moon rises 4:45 p.m. Moon sets 12:58 a.m. Planets Mercury: SE, dawn;'lost in solar glare, Wednesday at Iowa Methodist Hospital. He had been ill since last February. M r. Kovats was born in S o u th Bend, Ind., and had lived in Des Moines eight years, moving here frdm Fort He was division sales manager for Central Soya Co. He was a member of St. Theresa's Catholic Church, its Holy Name Society, the Hawkeye Sales Club and the Central Soya Wildcats. Surviving are his wife, Jeanne, Des Moines; a daughter, Barbara Jeanne, Racine, Wis.; a son, Dr. Thomas A., Montreal, Quebec, Canada; his mother, Mrs. Joseph J. Kovats, South Bend, Ind.; a brother, Ernest J., Chicago, 111., and a grandson. Services will be at 10 a.m. Friday at St. Theresa's Church here and Monday in South REGISTER PHOTO BY DAVE PENNEY Puddle-Jumping to the Pool Mniia Oanford, left, and Kathy Jo Feeley, 12-year-old Des Moines girls, pull up their legs as they coast along Birdland drive through a puddle of water from Wednesday morning's thunderstorm. The dodging wasn't necessary since the girls were on the way to their swimming lessons at the Birdland Pool. After .52 inch of rain fell early in the day, Des Moines' high Wednesday afternoon rose to 85. degrees. PREVIEW OF YOUR ENTERTAINMENT The Best on TV Today CHANNEL CHUCKLES By Bil Keane ATTAdK ULACK' By William Slmbro (*#glit«r Staff Wrlrtf) . IOWA CITY, 1A. - American book publishers came under flre here Wednesday f0r the way they have handled — or mishandled -the explosion of books on Afro-American .history and culture land books, by black wttters. ' "Everybody's got a black thing going," said Claude Brown, author of "Manchild in the Promised Land" — an autobiographical work on life in Harlem. , Brown was one of several scholars and writers taking part in a session on publishing with a panel representing five book* publishers as part of a week-long black culture symposium at the University of Iowa. Martin J. Hamer, an adviser in multi-ethnic services for McGraw-Hill Book Company, said, "I always find myself torn between being a black man and a businessman. "Most of the people producing most of the books Americans read know nothing of the changes taking place in society," he said. He decried the trend toward publishing "black history" and "black culture." "The only ones who are going to take a course in black history will be the black kids and a few white liberals. You've got to reach the people who would never read a book on black history," Hamer added. VATICAN CITY (REUTERS) - The Vatican newspaper said Wednesday it is unlawful for Catholics to nurture "futile hopes" of a' change in Pope Paul's prohibition of artificial birth control just because the doctrine has not been declared infallible. There may be further research into the subject, but the pope's decision is final, the Os- servatore Romano said. The newspaper said priests and theologians who opposed the pope's stand are not worthy of the name. "CRIME" Max MHo Mills lawn Grime Commission Dir. . Rebtrt Blair State Bureau of Criminal Investigation on Paul Rhoades' PEOPLE'S PRESS CONFERENCE 6:30 Tonight KRNT-TV«8 KRHT RADIO • 1350 Bend, Ind. Burial will be in South Bend. Rosary services will be held at 4:30 and 8 p.m .today at the Westover Funeral Home. The family suggests memorials to the St. Theresa building fund or the American Cancer Society. Venus: E, dawn, very bright. Mars: SE, dusk, very bright. Jupiter: S, dusk, quite briqht. Saturn: E, dawn, fairly briqht. Mrs. Rotman Rites Tuesday (The Register's Iowa News Service) DUBUQUE, IA. — Services for Mrs. Fannie Rotman, 84, former Dubuque resident who vjenevd v' H-i". l •»• 01; .. ~~ . _ _ ' - ,. . . _ London (6 p.m.; 72 diefj at Mercy Hospital in Des MaOr d (7 p.m.) 91 I,, . m j -11 u i « Moscow (9 p.m.) 61 m..-_j_ » u. - t .. .02 .02 .57 80 881 82 .. Paris (7 p.m.) 8< Rome (7 p.m.) 82 Saigon (8 a.m. today) 81 Tokyo (3 a.m. today) 78 Warsaw (7 p.m.) 72 (M-mlsslng, T-trace Reservoir Stages 8 a.m. Wednesday Red Rock (O« Moines River): 764.50, falling slowly (permanent cool level 725 lent above sea level). Coralville (Iowa River): 711.50 feet, falling slowly (summer pool level 680 feet above sea level). Moines Tuesday, will be at 11 a.m. today at the Egelhof Funeral home. Mrs. Rotman was a resident of Dubuque until three years ago when she moved to the Iowa Jewish Home for the Aged in Des Moines. , She is survived by a daugh- lowan Killed On Vacation Trip SENEY, IA. - Mrs. Opal Pauley, 69, of Sioux City was killed about 6:15 a.m. Wednesday in a car-truck collision near jhere shortly after she and her {husband, Jess, 67, set out on a vacation trip. Authorities said Pauley suffered severe injuries. He was taken to a Le Mars hospital, then transferred to the St. Luke's Medical Center West in Sioux City, where he was reported in critical'condition. Plymouth County Sheriff The Register presents the pick of the day's network television entertainment — PRE-viewed by the Register staff of experts who have attended rehearsals, screened films and read scripts in New York and Hollywood. All times shown are Central] Daylight. Today's test: THE PRISONER — The Prisoner is sent back to London as part of a plan to get him to lead his captors to a missing scientist. However, once in the British capital, he finds his physical appearance has changed to that of an Army colonel. His fiancee doesn't recognize him, but she agrees to help since the colonel seems to know a lot about her love. A great guest cast (rerun). 7 p.m., KELO-TV, Sioux Falls; KEYC-TV, Mankato; KGLO-TV, Mason City; KHQA-TV, Hannibal; KMEG, Sioux City; KRNT-TV, Des Moines; WHBF-TV, Rock Island; WKBT, La Crosse; WMT-TV, Cedar Rapids; WOW-TV, Omaha. Radio Truck Overturns (The Register's Iowa News Service) COUNCIL BLUFFS, IA. Ernest L. Rhodes, 40, of rural Crescent died at a hospital here Wednesday after he was injured Tuesday afternoon when the pickup truck he was driving overturned two miles north of here. Authorities said he apparently lost control of the truck after the wheels went off the road. tcr, Mrs. Paul New—York- and Rosenbaum of James Mertes said their sporth- bound car collided with a south* bound semi-trailer truck when Mrs. Pauley drove back onto Iowa Highway 60 after slipping off into a small ditch about 2% miles northeast of Seney. The Jruck driver, Russell AM (standard kc) MO—WOI, Ames; educational 910—WSUI, Iowa City; educational 940—KIOA, Des Moines 1040—WHO, Des Moines; NBC 1150— KWKY, Des Moines 1350—KRNT, Des Moines; CBS 1390—KCBC, Des Moines; Mutual 1460—KSO, Des Moines; NBC » FM (megacycles) 88.1—KDPS (FM), Des Moines; educational 90.1—WOI : FM, Ames; educational; stereo 91.7—KSUI (FM), Iowa City; educa- cational; stereo 97.3—KDM1-FM, Des Moines 100.3—WHO-FM, Des Moines 93.3—KWDM-FM, Des Moines; stereo 94.9—KFMG (FM), Des Moines 104.1—KLFM, Ames; stereo; ABC-FM rtl Dodge, Jake of Sioux City, and j Carl and Nate, both of Maquo-! keta; seven grandchildren and 1 nine great-grandchildren. j "lOWAN KILLED RIVERTON, WYO. (AP) George E. Klingensmith, 26, of Newtiall, la., was killed early Wednesday when his car missed a curve and rammed a power pole on a highway near here. Services Friday For Mary Egan Services will be at 1 p.m. Friday at Dunn's Funeral He said the car hit the left! Home on Grand avenue for rear side of the trailer, which!Mrs. Mary (Madge) G. Egan, upset, spilling a load of bone j 86, of 664 Twenty-sixth st., who meal. The highway was blocked died Tuesday at Iowa Methodist Senators Munch, Sip New Protein-Rich Foods WASHINGTON, D.C. (AP) — A panel of senators munched on ;ind sipped some newly developed, protein-rich foods Wednesday! and gave them high marks for taste. The foods included flavored drink powder in milk, a va-'-having nilla breakfast candy bar and [run." more than three hours. Mrs. Wallace, 69, Dies in Virginia (Special Dispatch to Tht Register) WILLIAMSBURG, VA. Mrs. Elizabeth Kneeland Wallace, 65, formerly of Des Moines, died at her home here Wednesday after a lingering illness. • ! She had lived here many, DES MOINES 6:30 Bl'k Heritage 7:00 CBS News 7:30 Bill Riley ' 8:00 Kangaroo 9:00 Lucy Show 9:30 M. Brubaker 10:00 A. Griffith 10:30 D. Van Dyke 11:00 Love of Life 11:30 Search Tmw. 12:00 George Wylle 12:30 World Turns 1:00 Splendored KRNT-TV 8 1:30 Guiding Light 2:00 Secret Storm 2:30 Edge of Night 3:00 Linkletters 3:30 Gourmet 4:00 Mike Douglas 5:30 CBS News 6:00 News, Sports 6:30 Press Conf. 7sOO Prisoner 8:00 CBS Movie 10:00 News, Sports 10:45 Movie NEW AMBASSADOR BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA -, (REUTERS) - John Davis Lodge, the new U.S. ambassador to Argentina, Wednesday presented his credentials to President Juan Carlos Ongania. YOU cam token you You work. You earn. You buy. You pay. You want. You get. But what you get is what you didn't really want. And what you want is what you haven't gotten yet. You cry the blues'cause there's never enough of anything* money, time, love, joy, sleep. There is a way . that seems right to people that isn't right at all. <J«sui Mid: "I have com* 1h«t you may hav* Iff* ... in all it* fullntic." Let us help you find a way to live that will satisfy . . . KM A 960 KC 9:30 AM/MONDAY thru SATURDAY "You've a BIBLE in your home... now add it to your LIFE" ' BACK TO THE BIBLE BROADCAST j DES MOINES 7:00 Taday 9:00 Takes Two 9:30 Concentration 10:00 Personality 10:30 Hlyd Squares 11:00 Jeopardy 11:30 Eye Guess 12:00 News 12:15 Cartoons 12:30 Movie 2.-00 Anoth. World 2:30 Don't Say WHO-TV 13 3:00 Match Game 3:30 Floppy 4:00 Movie 5:30 NBC News 6:00 News, Sports 6:30 Daniel Boone 7:30 Ironside 8:30 Cong. Profile 9:00 Golddiggers 10:00 News, Sports 10:30 Tonight DES MOINES -5:15- Friendly-Giant 5:30 Mlstorogers 6:00 What's New 6:30 Going Places KDIN-TV 11 -7:00 Playhouse 8:30 Society 9:00 Jazz 9:30 Revolution her lunch on the some protein chips. They were brought to the Senate Select Committee on Nutrition and Human Needs by R. Hal Dean, chairman of the board of Ralston Purina Co., as examples of what private industry could do to help build the nutritional level of children. Test Products The packets of products, which Dean estimated cost less than 25 cents to produce, are being tested in an antipoverty project, Operation LEAP, in- Phoenix, Arfe. "It is the tastiest hew product I have experienced," chairman George S. McGovern, (Dem., S.D.,) commented, adding "I would give these products an A-plus from the taste standpoint." Senator Charles Percy (Rep., 111.) called it "delicious" and said "it is perfectly designed , y,r a "hungry child, a harried t^inessman . or a secretary No Plans Dean, who grew up with Senator McGovern in Mitchell, S.D., said his firm has no plans to go into a commercial product but stands ready to work with other governmental agencies on a private-public program in which Ralston Purina would provide the product and government would provide distribution. The three products sampled by the senators contained enough vitamins and proteiu- to meet a person's daily requirements, Dean said, adding that they are not intended as substitutes but to be eaten in addition to a regular diet of meat, milk and eggs. The committee also heard from spokesmen for three other cereal companies, Quaker Oats, Genera] Mills and Pillsbury, who expressed interest in de- vte 1 o p m e n t of high protein bjvakfast foods. Mrs. Wallace was a 1926 graduate of the College of William and Mary here and was president of the College Shop, Inc., and Madison's, Inc. Survivors include two sons, Robert P. jr., and Samuel, both of Williamsburg; a daughter, Anne C. Wallace, of San Francisco, Calif., and five grandchildren. Services will be at 2 p.m. Friday at the Bruton Parish Church with burial at Cedar Grove Cemetery here. , Police Capture Escaped Inmate WATERLOO, IA. - An Anamosa Reformatory inmate who had escaped from the Luster H e i g h t s 1 prison camp near McGregor June 28 was arrested Wednesday by Waterloo police following an anonymous phone call. Police said Thomas Krough, 21, offered no resistance although he was carrying a butcher knife. Authorities said Krough was serviijt a sentence for assault with went to commit rape. | Hospital. Burial will be at Rest-) haven Cemetery. Mrs. Egan was born in Birmingham, la., and had lived in Des Moines 50 years. She retired nearly 30 years ago as a saleslady at Miller Wohl Co., Inc. She was a member of Grace Methodist Church. Survivors are her husband, Francis, and two sisters, Mrs. Josephine McFall of Independence, Mo., and Mrs. Cora Mae Stentx of Pueblo, Colo. AMES l WOI-TV 7:30 Cisco Kid 3:00 Shadows 8:00 Robin Hood 3:30 Robin Hood 8:30 J. LaLanne 4:00 Ripcord 9:00 Magic Window 4:30 Everglades 9:30 Frontiers 10:00 Route 66 11:00 Bewitched 11:30 That Girl 12:00 Noon Report 12:30 Make Deal "1:00 Truth, Con. 1:30 Dating Game 5:00 ABC News 5:30 Stagecoach 6:30 Flying v Nun 7:00 That Girl 7:30 Bewitched 8:00 Death Valley 8:30 Movie 10:00 News, Sports Louis Gortler, Grocer, Is Dead Louis Gortler, 72, of 836 E. Ninth st., died of a heart attack at his home Wednesday. Born in Poland, he had lived in Des Moines 39 years. He owned the R. and L. Grocery, 836 E. Ninth St., and was a member of the Children of Israel Synagogue. Services will be at 3:30 p.m. today at Dunn's Funeral flbme on Grand avenue. Burial will be at Jewish Glendale Cemetery. Survivors are his wife, Ruth; son, Leon, New • York Cily, and three grandchildren. 2:00 Gen. Hospital 10:30 Joey Bishop 2:30 One Life ASSAULTS OPERATOR N I M E S , FRANCE (REUTERS) — After months of fuming about sloppy telephone service, a 45-year-old woman lost her temper over an unconnected call, ran around the corner and started raining blows on her local operator. Police Wednesday charged her with assaulting a public employe on duty. Makes Eating Wifh FALSETEETH Easier and Faster Clinical teats prove you can now eat and chew better—make dentures more effective—li you Just sprinkle, a little FA3TEETH on your plates. PASTEETH Is an easy-to-use powder tnat hold* dentures firmer longer— makes them leel more comfortable. FASTEETH isnot acid—doesn't sour. There's no gummy, gooey. pa#ty taste. Dentures UMt nt »re essential to health. SefKpur dentist regularly. Get PASTEfrfH a' all drug counters. I I WIN Butter Kernel Bucks $5 000* PRIZES j IOWA & UPPER MIDWEST { ONLY! YOU CAN WIN! 1504 c«h prizis from $1 to $75 itch I wiek throu(l) July 26. No purcbis* I newsury. 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