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.. NJ_een (Continued from page 1) through the legislatures to combat lawlessness and riots but we the people must wholehear- redly support and cooperate with our officers to help stop this lawlessness and moral decay which is threatening our society. The State Board of Regents was authorized to dismiss students and faculty members if they take part in riots that destroy property. A compromise agreement was made to allow $7.1 million for capitol improvements for the Board of Regents for the next two years. Most of the new laws go into effect July 1. I feel that in this legislative session nearly every segment of our state government and our society was given con- sideration and laws were passed which will help and be a benefit to each. I appreciated the visits of many from Shelby county and the many letters I received. BELIEVE ME, it isn't easy to make voting decisions to satisfy the many varied opinions. Since we now have annual sesslons, in the second session we will take up bills in the order they were in when we adjourned. There were 829 bills introduced in the House and of these 234 were passed by the Hou and 133 of the House bills were, passed by the Senate. If there are any questions or any bills you wish to discuss, I will be glad to hear from you at my home this summer. HOSPITAL II NOTES $20,000 sales Savings Bonds in April April sales of Series E and H savings bonds and Freedom Shares in Shelby county were $20,867, according to F. J. Lewis, Harlan, volunteer county savings bonds chairman. This gives the county a four-month total of $98,173 for 28 percent of its 1969 quota. Sales in all of Iowa during April amounted to $6,815,109, giving the state a four-month total of $29,493,020 for 34 per cent of its 1969 goal. "Treasury Secretary Ken- nedy has named Governor Robert D Ray as Honorary State Chairman of the Iowa Savings Bonds Committee" the chairman said. "We welcome his pledge support to the Savings Bonds Program." : 57" ........................ " "':"" :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: "...'...v...-;..-............. ;_'.-.'.'.... ";:;.';:;:;::: Yes, You Can Get Prints Of PICTURES Which Appear In Hadan Newspapers 5x7 inch prints $1.00 each 8]10 inch prints $2.00 each (Add 3% Iowa Sales Tax) Pictures Make The :emily Record Complete HARLAN NEWSPAPERS BULLETIN BOARDS -- 2 zes to choose from 18x24--$3.95; and 2--.95. VICKI KEATING IN WHO'S WHO Vicki Keating, daughter of Mrs Vivian Keating of Council Bluffs, has been nominated and accepted to appear in the Who's Who in American Colleges Yearbook of 1969, in recognition of her scholastic ability. Vicki, a science major at Dana College at Blair, Neb., graduated from Harlan High .hool in 1966. [ ** J J J*" [ J'j J.[. .... jJ "*JjJj'j'j'jJj'jJ " " . * * * j " j J J *Q J r J " J" J "J "J'J [J'J'J" J" J" J' J ", " * -- J l J " Jl J I* Jl * J J J J ' ........... * J ............::....-............. `..*-:-.::.:::-..???.???.?-:::: .:.:.:.:.:.:.:.'._**:.:.:.: NEWS-ADVERTISER fS"/O - 99 Ye - t969 Men. Morning, June 2, 1969-- 'ub,i. rv MOV mo,,i,g t .14 st, Phone ... ,,,,7cc-!I St,, Harlan, Iowa ; seconO class peg,age paid at Harlan, wa. LEO MORES, Editor Publisher BI LL SNI FF IN, News Editor JERRY DAVIS, Assist&no Publisher ........ ,o,,oo Second Front Page and National Editorial Association : :::::::::::::::::::::::::: 1:::::1:::1 :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::.:-1..:.:.::::::::::.:. ::: : : ::::: : i .... :i:i:ill   'i : r SENATOR JAMES SCHABEN... was guest speaker at the Lions Club installation banquet Wednesday evening. He's shown talking af- terward to Lions president Guy Jerry Larson, first vice-president OFFICERS... of the Harlan Lions Club are (l-r): Warren Eckstrom, director; Norman D. Nelson, secretary-treasurer; Gary Ratigan, lion tamer; Guy Harris, president; Jerry Larson, first vice-president; Dr. Don Jacobi, director; and Albert Wunder, director. Officers not pic- tured: Ron Davis, second vice-president; Bruce Havick, third vice-president; Cliff Tamm, tail twister; Don Schilling, lion tamer; Swede Johnson and Dick Tollefsbol, directors. The Lions Club held an installation of officers Wednesday evening. - photo by Vance Krantz Services Saturday for Shelby baby Funeral services were Saturday at St. Mary's Church, Avoca, for Christopher A. An- derson, 10 month-old son of Mr and Mrs LaRue Anderson, Shelby. The baby died May 28 at Myrtue Memorial Hospital. Survivors include his parents, two brothers, Warren and Kent, and seven sisters, Lorraine, Cindy, Christine, Carmen, Patricia, Barbara, and Beverly, all at home. There is also the paternal grandparents, Mr and Mrs Nels K. Anderson, Harlan and the maternal grand- grandparents, Mr and Mrs Leo J. Duffy, Fairbank. Mrs Bertha Barratt of Harlan is the great- grandmother. Burial was at Graceland Cemetery, Avoca. II BE It's unfortunate that one of Harlan's land- marks is visible in the daytime, but invisible in the evening. The Shelby county courthouse area is so dark, that passers-by hardly know of its existance, except that it is a dark shapeless building in the middle of a well lighted square. Photo above shows the large three-story building as it was photographed on a Friday night a year ago. Note that all the stores, the street, and the cars are clearly illuminated. But where is the courthouse? You can hardly see it. Some counties use spotlights to shine on their courthouses to show as landmarks. But in Harlan, it looks (by the photo, anyway) like the courthouse area is a dark patch. We know it wouldn't be that expensive and would really improve the appearance if spot lights could be shined on the four corners of the building in the evening. We are thinking in terms of the quartz lights used to illuminate the R.E.C. offices on Chatburn Ave., or the Bethel Baptist Church on Seventh St., or on the .First Baptist church. These lights probably wouldn't be that costly, but would certainly add to the ap- pearance. (We welcome letters to the editor) HOUSEHOLD SALE As we are leaving the state, will sell at Public SOPER ACCEPTS POST AT U. OF I. HOSPITAL George Soper, who has been in charge of the physical therapy department at Myrtue Memorial Hospital since October, 1966, has accepted a position as therapist of the University Hospital School at Iowa City. As of June 2, he will be supervisor of therapy at that school and will do both teaching and working with handicapped children. Soper received his Master's Degree from the University of Iowa in 1966. -- PHONE YOUR NEWS TO 755-3111 -- Report for May 27 and 28. Visiting hours are from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 8:30 p.m. ADMITTED Joseph Marks, Harlan. Otto Klindt, Harlan. Joseph, son of James Hoffman, Earling. James Mungon, Earling. Hoyt Tague, Harlan. Mrs MilD Neve, Avoca. Mrs Leonard Leuschen, Panama. Anna Hertzing, Harlan. Mrs John Piittman, Avoca. DISMISSED Mrs Dale Black, Avoca. Hugh Schryver, Defiance. Edgar Blessing, Avoca. Mrs Frank Maassen, Lewis Linda Rackers, Harlan. Amy Jo, daughter of Marvin Sch- mitz, Harlan. Mrs Frank Paul and baby, Persia. Katherine Potter, Harlan. Mrs Orville Goshorn, Shelby Mrs Leslie Grieder, Harlan. Mrs Otto Stoltenberg, Walnut. BIRTHS Boy to the James Bur- meister's, Harlan, May 28. Girl to the Dale (Butch) Swanson's, Harlan, May 28. qqll;illIql[:] DISTRICT COURT PROCEEDINGS Har]an Auto Mart, plaintiff, vs Kenny Campbell, Harlan, defendant, suit on account. Judge Bennett Cullison ruled plaintiff recover $2,557 in May 26 district court. JUSTICE COURT CASES A. H. Savereide, J.P. City cases -- Wayne Hodapp, Harlan, speeding, $15; Earl Back, Ryan, Ia., failure to yield, $10; Bruce A. Nelson, Harlan, stop sign violation, $5; Robert L. Mor- tensen, Harlan, speeding, $13; Richard W. Mortensen, Audubon, speeding, $13; and Mark A. Kerkhoff, Audubon, speeding, $13. County cases -- Donald Weddle, no fishing license, $10. J. Bruce Potter, J.P. County cases -- Perry Landscaping Co., Council Bluffs, overwidth, $10. LICENSE TO WED Thomas Menefee, 19, Menlo and Jayne M. Adams, 19, Kansas City, Me. Gary L. Weihs, 21, Persia and Marsha Kimburg, 17, Minden. Loyd C. Hintz, 23, Milwaukee, Wisc. and Sherry E. Rasmussen, 22, Harlan. Dodge. Fairl Johnson, Ralph Hansen, Chevrolet. Dry Rocker Ford, Ford. Allen M. Dodge. Keith B. Pontia.c. Robert R. Pontiac. Nell's Tire Service, truck. Garland Chevrolet. Reece E. Hughes, nobile. Hilda A. Kimme Plymouth. Earl L. Chevrolet. Elk Horn Brand Ford truck. Norman W. Ford. Harlan Builders, truck. Earling Echo, Chevrolet. Thomas M. Oldsmobile. Gene L. Gettys, COMING TO June 7- wedding reception; plorer Scout dance ": Night." Dennis M. Fitch, 24, Omaha and Kathlee, K. Krohn, 18. Dow City Omaha. " .... Gerald E. Finken, 19, Harlan and Debra Kay Stendrup, 16, Harlan. NEW VEHICLES REGISTERED needs transplant DOW CITY Charles M. Wind, Harlan, Employees Org Volkswagen. agreed to Theodore B. Sorenson, Harlan, lributed by Buick. Beef Packers, Mark L. Kenkel, Manilla, Ford kidney transpl$ truck, needed by Mrs Robert O. Paulsen, Harlan, Ford. Dew City. Paul J. Leinen, Portsmouth, Farmbest's Pontiac. $1,447, and the Douglas R. Backhaus, Manilla, donated $2,000. The Buick. cost $42,000. Kenneth E. Judd, Harlan, Ford. sent to the Bea Clark C. Dory, Walnut, Rebel. Fund, Dew Walter W. Andersen, Harlan, Defiance State Auction at the house, located 1 block north of the school house on Main Street in Walnut, on-- Wednesday, June 4 COMMENCING AT 6:30 P. M. SHARP Davenport t Chair Set (like new) -- Swivel Rocker -- Platform Rocker -- Drop Leaf Table -- Library Table -- $ Hassocks -- 4 Flower Pedestals -- Writing Desk -- Din- ing Room Table, Buffet, S Choirs and Hostess Chair -- Humidifier -- Davenport that can be made into bed (1 year old) -- Breakfast Set with 4 Chairs (like new) -- Hall Tree -- Oak Round Table with 6 Leevss & 6 Chairs end Buffet (in good condition) -- Rocker -- Lawn Loung- ing Chair -- Lawn Chair -- Night Stand -- Hotpoint 14-Ft. Combination Refrigerator end Deep Freeze (like new) -- Night Light -- Bed & Dresser to Match -- Iron Bed -- Large Mirror -- 2 8]10 Wool Rugs -- J. C. Higgins 12- gauge Shotgun with full choke (has shot less than 1 box of shells) -- Some Shotgun Shells -- Vacuum Cleaner -- Secretary -- Antique Trunk -- Some Hand Tools -- 2 Step Ladders -- Straight Ladder -- 3 New Clothes Line Poles -- t Copper Boilers -- Rinse Tubs -- Some Kitchen Utensils Antique Picture Frames  Grit Grinder -- Glass Churn -- Minnesota Cabinet Style Sewing Machine  2 Antique Picture Albums -- Silvertone Radio -- Books -- Cord Table  10 Odd Choirs  Some Fishing Equipment. ALFRED TOPP Thles & Wendelln, AutOs. Wllbert Rmismann & James Leslie, Clerks DANSK FE Sat. & Sun. June 7 & 8 at Kimballton "A Little Bit ,Of Denmark" SATURDAY, JUNE 7 9:30 A.M. Parade: Band, Floats, Antique Clubs, Etc. SMORGASBORD 11:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M. Danish can eat) Adults $1.50, Children under 10 $1.00. Kimbellton Lutheran Church Women. iiiiiiiiiii iiiiiii Served Saturday & Sunday beginning at iiiiiiii !iiiii!i! i: cessions end rides by Tag Amusements -- 0pen 11 00 D ily ,o,,- 7:. P.M. Folk Dancing- Crowning S at : acE. a Concert By Herlon Community Chorus -- 9:00 :i!i ::iiiiii A.M. Dance (Music by the Jolly Home Brewers). MONDAY THRU SATURDAY SUNDAY, JUNE 8 9:00 A.M. Danish Church Services at Imm snll SPECIAL LUNCHEON .ran Church et Kimbellten. BAR-B-Q . i Starting At Noon Sunday Come Out And Try Our Delicious !iii: iii!ii!i 11.30 A.M. Tractor Pull *STEAKS *SEAFOOD Clau "A" 7,000 ii i.i::!:i: -- Class "B" 10,000  Class -- Class "C" 0' " IS Class -- Class D 15,000 pound Class -- Cla *CHICKEN Hot Rod -- The entry fee will be $10.00 per !i:i !ii i10% of the entry fees returned to the Kitchen Closes At 2:15 A.M. iiiiii !i. $200.00 from sporlsers (10.00 to each class.) --" be for each class: -- 40% Ist Place -- 30% COCKTAIL 20% 3rd Place- 10% 4th Piece -- Contest anyone interested in pulling -- Weigh in St * LOUNGE !iiii !iiii::i printed and official entry blank will be made .ALL YOUR FAVORITE BEVERAGES A.M. -- This will be, good herd sheepfooted t i( 1:30 P.M, Horse Shoe Pitching Contest- 3:00 p.i :! Folk Dancing Exhibition -- 7:30 P.M. Horse or, z ,'Va.,shv.fJ_e, Tenn.  be  tn DRAWING FOR FREE STEER 2 el ,s.zn ora, une 2. :' SPCSORED BY -- PROGRESSIVE DANES & BOOSTERS ...!::: . ....  -- ..  . !!:::