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Mount Pleasant News (Newspaper) - April 7, 1958, Mount Pleasant, Iowa
The it. Pleasant news i vol. So. No. 82 a it. Pleasant. Iowa monday Eyen Ino a of a. Papiol 7. I Oas Quot of by Carrier 30 per week by mail $7.50 per year so to i l Las lilt in Havana cub a police question a Motorist in the City of a Ana As the jumpy cuban capital braces for an outbreak of War Between Fidel Castro a revolutionary forces and the government forces of president Batista on mar. H 17 Castro gave Batista an ultimatum to resign by april 5 or face a a blood Baths for Cuba the ultimatum expired at i ingot saturday bit no All out Millier weekend. International sound photo. A tary action is expected until after the a Man found dead at farm Adrian j Klesner 30, Salem Rural was found dead in the barn Yard of tile farm of his father in Law Allred Menkir. About ten mile Southwest of it pleasant in Home county at 6 30 pm saturday Hugh i Milner Henry county Coroner said that Klesner suffered a convulsion fell fare Down in the barn Yard. And suffocated he had not been Well recently when Al issuer Dir a t return from the evening chores a search was launched the body was found by mrs Al tier Menke Kies net lived and worked on the farm definer was accompanied to the farm a Short distance East of Houghton by sheriff Russell Van plane crash kills 47 Eisenhower reef youngsters for egg Roll to present recital Jeff crowds 111 Ese i a is by George e. Sokolsky it vim i in Kissi \ the appointment of Nikolia Bulgarin As head of the soviet state Hank is not quite the retirement that became the lot of Molotov Malenkos. Zhukov and Kagano Virth. Bulgarin has been Given an extremely import ant position one that he held earlier in his career but thai now becomes very much More significant As soviet Russia develops the world Market tor Gold and engages As a capitalist making Loans to to reign countries. In fact soviet Russia is seeking to take the place left vacant by great Britain As the Leader of International finance la place v As available to Tho United states the principal capitalistic country but our financial operations abroad were principally limited to assisting governments and to eleemosynary endeavours. There has also been considerable p r i v a t e financing abroad but whatever we have done seems not to have influenced the Middle class the worker and intellectual to favor except in such countries As Italy. Greece Turkey and West Emmily. Now soviet Russia is developing this Field in various parts of the world. The recent agreement Edh Ceylon is characteristic of the Ope rat Ion. Ceylon had been a British area economically and into it Britain poured enormous quantities of capital. On february 25 of this year soviet Russia and Ceylon signed an agreement at Colombo which contains interesting features. I t 111 die in car mishaps by ins four persons died in separate one car accidents in Iowa Over the e a s t e r w weekend including one death monday morning the fatalities raised the 1958 Iowa traffic death toll to 152 compared with i through april 7 last year. The latest reported victim was 23-year-old Edward j Huntington of Davenport killed Early today in a head on car truck collision on Highway 61 in Davenport. He was Scott county s fourth traffic fatality of the year. Killed Early easter morning was 32-year-old Roy g. Clines of Davenport whose car crashed off i Highway 150 curve about three Miles Northwest of Davenport the vehicle crashed through a Fence. Some Roadside signs and Struc k a Utility pole. Shortly before saturday Midnight. 39-year-old Ralph Herbert Szemkus Farmer South of West Union was killed and a companion 32-year-old James Renwick also of near West Union was injured when their car left the Road and sheared off a Utility pole about one mile West of Luana in Clayton county. Renwick was reported in a a Good condition at a Postville Hospital e a r i i e r saturday 29-year-old mrs. Helen Meixner of near Atalissa was drowned when her car careened off Highway 6 near mos Tuyl. Die body was taken to testers funeral Home in it Madison Adi urn Joseph Klesner was born it St Paul. Jan 22, 1922. He was married to Laverne Menke at it Madison aug 19, 1917 he was a member of the St John s Catholic Church at Houghton. The american legion at Salem and the fraternal order of the eagles at it Madison surviving besides his wife Are his father. Henry Klesner of West Point son Fred at Home three t rotifers. Bernard and Edmund both of West Point and Ernest of it Madison and a sister mrs. A c. Merschman of St Paul. Or Kies Liers Mother proceeded him in death. Funeral services will be held at St. John s Catholic Church in Houghton tuesday at 9 am. The Rev. Albert Goetz Man will officiate burial will be in St John s cent cry cuban army Downs plane Washington. Ins president and mrs Isenhower personally welcomed thousands of children to the White House Lawn today for the annual e is ter egg Roll the president told Aland 5.00 1 youngsters and their parents at what he it called tin annual egg rolling contest Quot that he hoped the weather would cooperate and they would not Quot have tile discomfort of to Cloudy skies and Muddy grounds resulting from week end rain kept the crowd below the size it has reached in past years tile president spoke from a ind Cony on the South portico of the White House rather than venture into the crowd As he did one year when thousands of egg equipped children literally mobbed him the Chirt executive wearing a Grey suit and Grey polka dotted tie voiced sympathy for school children who had to attend classes and could not he at the easter monday egg Roll among those who had to tie at school were his own grandchildren David to Barbara Annh and Susan it the president said that mrs Eisenhower joined him in saying hello to the entire group the first lady wearing a yellow Spring coat Over a Mack dress with red printed Flowers threw everyone a kiss tile children ranging to 12 years of age brought their own brightly coloured hard boiled eggs to Roll on the Lawn Havana it ins a the cuban army reported today it had downed a Ca i go plane Airlift leg arms to Fidel Castro s rebel forces an army communique said the c-46 plane was forced Down saturday in the Foothills of the Sierra Maestra in o n t a i n s. Castro a stronghold in Eastern Oriente province. Local youth in Accident from the Tass of 1 cow in Muscatine county and overturned in a water filled ditch. Quick action by two passing motorists using a Winch on a truck i quote them Lucial release. It provide.1 for cooperation in realization of plans for Ceylon s economic development namely Sui was credited with saving the lives keying and designing irrigation and Hydro engineering projects developing land for the planting of sugar Cane designing and constructing an Iron and steel works an automobile and tire factory a flour Mill and elevator a building materials works and other establishments. It also plans development of the peat Industry joint scientific research and technical cooperation to increase fishing hauls and the equipment of study rooms in secondary schools. The soviet Union will also Render technical assistance in the utilization of separate irrigation installations demolished by floods. A this is a tall order and Annot be covered by the Long term loan of 120,000,000 roubles which soviet Russia is lending Ceylon for 12 years at 2.5 per cent annual interest which is Low indeed however Ceylon needs Money to amortize this loan. Ceylon can pay in goods particularly Tea the goods to be priced in pounds Sterling Quot or other a re Elv convertible currency by agreement Between the As soviet Russia is pouring Gold into the world free Gold Market especially through London and Switzerland. It is possible to establish a Aluta arrangement Here which could be very beneficial to Ceylon and which would make that country increasingly dependent on Russia it is excellent trading on a strictly capitalistic basis but to it Russia adds features which the British abandoned Long ago namely that russian experts and technicians assist in carrying through the provisions and that Cey Lonese be sent to Russia As students returning to their own country As Russi fied experts. This is exactly what All anti Imperia lists complained that the British were doing. The soviet state Bank is a Central Bank which plays an important role in determining the value Fps. A r rouble and in the creation of credit in such transactions As i of mrs. Meixner a two Young Daugh. Tens. The girls were at a Muscatine sure and minor injuries under treatment record set by freight train have described. The trait reportedly caught lire when it crashed and its unidentified occupants binned to death the army said part of its cargo was seized. There was no indication where the plane had come from or its j country of origin. This was the first report that the rebels said to have been Cut off. ,. In the Sierra Maestra were get Hospital for expo-1. ,. I Ting arms by air. Die army claims it has isolated the insurgents in their Mountain fastness army Headquarters also planned that seven rebels were killed in a clash Between government forces and a band led by Raul Castro the rebel chieftains brother. More than 30 insurgents surrendered and were made prisoner the army said in the encounter in the no them sector of Seething Orient province. The remaining rebels Iii the band which reputedly had numbered close to 1.000, were said to have dispersed. The army communique declared pursuing troops had Cut off their Retreat toward the Sierra Maestra where Castro was holing out. The casualty figures brought to 84 the total number of rebels slain since March 31. Iowa Tity Ron Walters of it pleasant was treated for lacerations at University Hospital and released following an automobile act Dent Friday afternoon on Highway 218 at the South Edge of Iowa City. It was reported that ears driven by the it pleasant Motorist and Arnold decries of Lone tree collided about 4 30 pm. Walters was headed North on 218 and Doerres reportedly pulled out of the Imperial service station drive when the Accident occurred. Walters Home for easter Vai n lion from Dubuque u., was on an j errand to Iowa City. His car was towed to an Iowa City garage it was not damaged extensively. Al High school he i pleasant High shout instrumental music department will present a tee ital of soloists and groups on tuesday night Al ii 8th it 7 30 p in Rel my it Al event will he Given in Tiff High school auditorium there will be no admission charge i he Progi Ani is a follow flute Solo Jacqueline Kapp the bul Lei i in Koehl Cornet Bolo Marvin Peterson Bride of tin Waves chill it clarinet Quarte turn Moth for Berta Dav is Janet i mime Man Cynthia Cartel a Quartetti no i kudu in flute quintet Heeder Calci Slit Ley harms. Jacque Kapp Rita Russell a adagio and St i in i in w outlier trumpet Frio Sherry Stull Marvin Peterson Betty i weedy i Bree of Buch clarinet Trio Judy Malin Roberta Davis Janet Rimmert Nan Eudora Quot handle piano Solo Malone me will Lapis Quot prelude in c Sharp Minot Quot Rachmaninoff Cornet Bolo Betty Tweedy Quot stars in a velvety bks Quot Clarke flute Solo Herder bile a concerto in h major. Adagio Quot Boccherini trumpet Quarter Sherry mull Marvin Peterson. Bitty Tweedy Marline Mcwill Miltn Quot just we four Quot scar Mohn brass sextet Sherry Stull Marvin Peterson. In i Lawrence. Karen Biggs. Sally Wilson Judy Guinn la fiesta Guentzel clarinet Solo. Cynthia Cartel Quot scene Aud air Quot Berg on flute to Deece Galer Shirley harms Jacque Kapp a Nae Des mullions Quot to Shalkowsky accompanists Sally Wilson Wain Iha Ken Janet i Immert Nan. Helen Howe Tillie Eveland taken by death at faster services mins new hats mid Spring outfit were seen As Ling crowds came lot til despite saturday right s rain to a i tend services fast Al sunday honouring the risen clo ast. At fir a meth it Alist Church 514 were present to the h la Ain wha ship Rivers and 580 attended the second m i vice at it 45 a Iii Beautiful i Astel lilies in arrange merits it Lour were placed at Eltheia air of the Elm Heel and two olt upion significant places on the a liar i v libel to Stout s sri Mon topic tor both services was lie is risen members of the adult Monthei ship train int were inc lived into the inn Iii dining i he first set vice and a Large group United with the Church at the second sri vice the alleluia chorus Sung by the intermediate my adult choir Pudei the direction of Vert bos hurl was musically inspiring ii v r i into i ast i uni Hippo nicely tilled the Sanctuary at Fust presbyterian Church tor tin two Holiday services easter lilies Sui rounded the Alt Ai Fin the impressive occasion at each service the Ben tor Chott a a Bally Wilson As organist Sang triumphant Strain. Arise i v Cupman probe cause of dig in Michigan Vishni i 11 \ i i Mon i Arni irs Lobo Wesley Holland Are shown a hmm visited the Mil Den i Iii tin Al Iowa Wesleyan named in ins Honor lit la it Wiandt the pastor of ire Little Brown Church re lit \11 Over radio a lion w i a was visiting the build inn for the Iii i time illness pre tented him front attending the a Iraln limn electrical workers ref urn to their jobs i res moire a foil Union elect rent a1 and s counties return i no Mon Teal workers oui la we Lei ii i 1st then in a than in Zilow a so Ai the second it civic the Chou Sang Quot alleluia Quot by under the direction Olmi Junior Perry Paul choirs mrs Tillie Eveland Kun died memorial Hospital about 12 am. Sunday april ii Aller an at. 15 ill cars damaged estimated $200 a record freight tonnage of 6.820 tons was pulled through it. Pleasant saturday morning on Burlington train no. 71. The 166 car Tram was pulled by a four unit diesel. Bulgarin has had considerable experience in this Field and seems to be Able to think in Bourgeois terms which is necessary for a Good banker. It is therefore not 1 at All surprising that Khrushchev i should have put his former travelling companion into this position where he can fight capitalism with capitalistic weapons Gold credit., International finance the Day May come when soviet Russia feels sufficiently Strong to make the Gold rouble the Basic currency of the soviet Universal state thus causing a considerable upset in the Exchange value of currencies in All the capitalistic countries. Soviet Russia has enough Gold to put her own or a special Export currency on a Gold Reserve and can mine Gold within her own territory in important quantities. A car driven by Janet sue Stanley Hillsboro collided with the parked oar of Rev. H Russell Jay at 105 East Madison Street at 5 to . Sunday. Damage to Bot ii ear was estimated at $200 muss Stanley had turned off main Street and was headed East on Madison when the Accident occurred she was driving a 1956 Mercury owned by her father Harold Stanley. The Light front end of the car was damaged As was the left rear of Rev. Jays 1951 Nash three leave for induction three Young men left monday through the Henry county draft Board for induction into the s army at Des Moines. The three Howard Rowe. Son of or. And mrs. William Rowe. Keith hummed son of or. And mrs o m hummed whose w Ife. Nancy Psi lives in it. Pleasant and William Helling or. Of Hillsboro will be sent to it. Carson colo., for their Basic training. Feeder line shorts out this is something that some americans thought Worth looking into two years ago. It was suggested As a subject for study by the Senate internal Security sub com Mittee. This committee made several false starts and then dropped the subject because no senator j an underground feeder line was w Illing to preside at Dud which runs from the Light Plant to hearings on a subject which a the take off shorted out sunday patently few understand. The time night and some residents in the of advantage May have been lost j Northwest part of town were without electricity for one hour and 45 flood areas lashed by rain san Francisco Gas californians widespread food disaster areas were la amp had by lain fat the 12th consecutive Day today to on new threats to tens of thousands of persons because of full dams and reservoirs. Northern state disaster director William wad or. Soberly emphasized that the next Day or two Quot will be the most critical Quot wild Quot the weather Bureau warned that yet another new storm is Shapin a Over the Pacific and May hit the California coast late tomorrow or Quot wednesday. The greatest flood danger in Northern California is still in tin san Joaquin Valley where the san Joaquin River and it tributaries have Cut across thousands of a in of Fertile Farmland. Barre of Oil found Ness of tile past several weeks she was born april 28. 1877 at Stanton Iowa the daughter of Oscar and Almedia Swanson Peterson. In March of 1901 at Olds Iowa she was married to John William Eveland. She lived in Olds until Hie death of hoi husband in 194 and has lived in of pleasant since that time. She was a Charta member of the Olds congregational women Guild and was president of ii for ten years. She is survived in one Sis or mrs John Abrahamson of Glendale Calif. Two half Sisters and one half brother. Aine Aud Eleanor Peterson and Alex Peterson of Oakland Nebi mrs. Eveland also is predeceased by two Brothers and one sister funeral services will be held at 10 a in wednesday april 9 at die Crane funeral Home tin Rev 11 Russell Jay Pas to of the Federated Church will officiate interment will he in Olds cemetery focal cleaning business hold or. And mrs Kail r Smith Pur chased them it put a nit cleaners business monday morning from Herbert Pape the Smiths took Possession immediately. Pape bought the business from Richard Albert a month ago Smith has been a colonial baking co. Route Man Here for some 20 years. Uses College student scheme to Cash checks Thayer and the combined Sang in j11 Peh s Lovely Darden Quot a traditional Spanish ail is Ai ranged by Dickinson till last in a series of Sermon topics on Llis a apostles Creed Quot untitled a we Beleve in life Revei lasting Quot was Given by it Owen w Wilson i in i Istir crowd at first Baptist Church Over flow of from the Sanctuary into the basement rooms where about 20 were seated for the morning worship service a total of 392 upended sunday school at ii 45 a Iii i or Rev James i Pixel s Sermon i topic was resurrection curio for pessimism the Church Choli Sung tin Anthem Quot Calvary by Rodney a Low of potted blaster lilies made an auspicious setting Lur Lovely service three services Weir held i Astel sunday at St Michael s episcopal Church the holy eucharist was at 8 a in Folk wed by Church school at 9 30 a in the Sung Eucha 1st accompanied the Sermon at la Arn Aud Ai 5 pm both evening Pru Yei and youth groups met. At the sunday school assemblage the children presented the ii leu ten of Fet ing Lor the children of Japan at All services a total of 200 at tended the Church was very beautifully decorated with easter lilies daffodils. And Calla lilies on the a ital the Rev John Simpson Almon used As the text for his Sci Mon taken from 1st corinthians Chap tor 15 thanks he to god which liveth the Victory through Jesus Church our in re Quot Day Atte settlement of their dispute with Iowa Power Huil fight Imp my in i a a m lines the limn leu been it work sine m at it ii 27 when a i like by 32 Din i Mush coined into a system wide work stoppage the agreement Amini meted jointly by company Aud Union Oil lends sunday night indicated virtually a Complete is Lory for local 490 of hit i it n it ii to Tai mod of electric id workers the joint statement said the Bien w of i it i return to work a without prejudice Quot i oui the company including reinstatement of Hie 32 it Ive who wail1 discharged by the company Man ii 27 touching Oft the w Idi i i and work la Al o a. 11 div Cis Ai i heir i they had Bien d i for ii lits my to j through the i testing sin Ion Stop luge ported unit tick oily Lur tin hour eked i in March 5 Ike their 11nek a Moines Aile v two building v projects skilled two he Lam Way Iii local melds Pion he business in under establish a id detion at the ii is court. Will provide another room for the serving of meals tile addition is to i his Southwest of tin present dining areas Ai the Fleenor milage on East. Washington near i tie City limits an addition is Billie built the Fleenor Pontiac and Adular Agency was moved to tins location recently Midnight mass was held at by Al Phons cathode Church easter sunday morning the Church was oilily Lilied for Tho past Midnight service sunday morning masses at 6, 7. And 9 a in were Well attended the 9 a in bringing Forth a particularly Large crowd All three altars were decorated with magnificent easter lilies. An almost constant crowd of. Good Friday worshippers filtered in and out of the Federated congregational universalist Church Friday Between 12 noon and 3 pm. Tor the traditional loud Friday services the Rev Henry Russel Fay by was the Host pastor mrs. Edith Willits was the pianist the special musical numbers for All ser it. Tweedy s Crew on to tonight first i i Don Tweedy telephoned his parents. I and or. Jim Tweedy sunday night i rom Reno Nev. Where he is attracting survival school i of two week in the Jet pilots training course Tweedy \ air Force Crew will be shown in a television program monday at 9 pm. On studio i Over channels 2 Aud 4 he Wall >-01111 to i plea int april 21 or a month s leave before being Cut Germany Lor his next assignment la Tweedy who was graduated March 17, 1957. From Iowa state College ame with a is degree in agricultural engineering has been stationed at Perrin air Force base Sherman Texas Illinois officials report that Man about 26 has been operating i vices were particularly appropriate above construction costs for new school minutes. Buildings i n Washington state amount to $1,354 per Pupil. City workers repaired aged line. A 50 gallon barrel of Oil St it he Lorn the James Bates farm no the East of it. Pleasant a year ago was found by a Farmer near the Faulk the dam nor Bridge near Oakland Mills Fri i Day according to county authorities in College towns using a scheme to Cash bad chocks the Man poses As a College student or instructor May even Confer with College authorities to get information about the school then uses the knowledge in his deception. H uses College receipts student identification and fictitious Drivers licenses. And Well presented a Lovely Pink Hydrangea Plant and other Spring bouquets decorated the Chancel and piano the easter sunday morning worship service was Well attended despite Hie inclement weather. Rev. Jays Sermon text was Quot if then you have been raised with Christ seek the things that Are services in other churches in tin City and the surrounding communities wore marked by larger Church attendances than usual. At All. The crowds worshipped reverently and Wile marked attention. Protestant and Catholic services Wert held at the mental health Institute. Freeland. Mich., ins a aeronautics authority investigator mini today that a to i a technique May lie necessary to do Termini the relive of tvs Era ii of the capital airlines v scout i Whf h kill Iii to persons at fit a Eland. Or sunday night to ill infill ugh Caa hive to Gator front Detroit said we in Nyga the All the pieces of the plane move them to a workshop Aud i Reosti net it As Well As possible Quot Odd that the Caa will also look into the Quot flying habits of the Pilot Ami a Pilot to determine what Type of approach pattern they used with at the tri City Airport Neui the scene of the Era ii is Thomas Walsh of the Caa Washington office other Caa in it ugly tors Weir expected later to Day men11while. Capital s Wallington office said Hie airline has logged 6 billion fun million passenger Miles Miler in inst passenger fatality in 1949 capital of i n gals said tile met ii Gall Eliash was the first mishap to i Viscount m its service i he Plain about Iota pm i Cut 1 and Saginaw she nil officer who rushed to the seem Wen Quick to report Quot there Are no survivors Quot the s Leek Turbo Jet Airn at slowed into a Cornfield some 300 feet hum a runway at the Southwest Cornet of the Airport exploded and burned strewing flaming wreckage Over a sea of mud o d of a card capital airline Iii till manager at Freeland said that Alt Hough it was snowing heavily the Pilot of the four engine plane gave no indication of trouble luring a radio conversation before the a Ash lie said the Pilot had been cleared to land hundreds of emergency workers 11 no the area rushed to the scene to Battle the Blaze and extricate the bodies from the tangled wreckage j the task of Many hours was hampered by Snow and mud. Tile bodies were taken to the Priva to hangar of Dow chemical company. Capital identified the aircraft s Crew As Cap William j Hull. It of Westwood n a first officer fail Hinckley of Levittown n y. And hostess Ruth Generke it St Petersburg. Fla the plane number 67, was bound from Newark n. To Chicago and serviced Intel mediate Points it was an hour and a half late in reaching the tit City Field of lied by the surrounding communities of mid land Bay City and Saginaw it previous stops included Detroit and Flint Mich Harry Shaler of Flint Midi who said lie was sitting in a Park of plane awaiting arrival of the Airliner said Quot i was looking out the window when the plane nosed and exploded a lot of flames shot tip in the capital officials and civil aeronautics Board investigators flew to the crash scene from Washington the capital officials were aboard a Viscount. The Viscount is powered by Roll Boyce Turbine engines harnessed to propellers to Combine the charac Leni ties of Jet and convention d Piston Type engines. Capital has 58 other discounts the Only airline in the nation to use them and has employed the pin aes for almost three years. To t of the Craft carry la passengers. A few hold 46 this was the first time one of the Fleet crashed. The discounts have been flown for five years in Europe without serious Accident none of the identified victim. Wore from iowan will admitted to probate the last will and testament of Clarence o. Pennebaker has been admitted to probate at the courthouse. The will provided that All his property go to his wife Maud Quot Ethel Pennebaker who was named executrix. The will we As drawn feb. 24. 1956
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