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Mount Pleasant News (Newspaper) - August 8, 1961, Mount Pleasant, Iowa The it. Pleasant news partly Cloudy vol 83, no. 185mt. Pleasant now \. Tiesi ave ening Algi St 8, 1961 these Days by George e. Sokolsky the tip off As Early As the Potsdam conference july 17, 1945 Stalin made it Clear that soviet Russia would oppose the participation of China in european and world affairs Depute the fact that China had been at with Japan since september 1931 had China not kept Japan occupied it is Likely that the japanese using Manchuria As a base would have conquered Mongolia and parts of Siberia As far East As Lake Baikal As a matter of fact Japan had been Active in that Region since 1917 and it Only american intervention that saved both russian and chinese territory. Nevertheless soviet Russia never went into the far Eastern until it Over and then came in for the spoils. So on july 17, 1945, when Stalin. Churchill and Truman were meet my of Potsdam to discuss matters. I the following colloquy occurred i Quot Stalin i would like an sex i ulu lation of the reason for China s farm measure becomes Law increasing use of electricity told at Rea meeting in t advantage for each farm Quot i manager Warner a. Russell Dis-1 caused past Progress and future trends in his annual report he poke of the nerd for rebuilding and in. Tailing new equipment to about 3.500 people from it ugh Eastern Iowa attended the 23id annual matting of the South a t Iowa Rural electric Coop native in Mcmillan Park tuesday several Booths which exhibited the uses of electricity occupied the time of attendants during Tim Cai in. Morning. Registration began at meet increased demands for elec 9 30 and a program of by. Mrs. And j to Cir from 55 kilowatt hours per entertainment in the grandstand at member of the Coop in 1941 to 4<1 10 00. After a Welcome to it hours now he stressed the fact. Pleasant by mayor Wade Mcbeth however hat average co t to Mem officers presented report of the bars per kilowatt hour had gone Coop s it ast veal j Down during that same period. President of the Board of dip t from 9 34 cents in 1941 to 3 58 cent tors. Frank j . Lowell urged in 1960 for a greater acceptance by the Quot the Rural electrification pro part i it i Pat Ion in european affairs. Genera pub�?T., Moi Pride of err m in continued re ownership by member and greater roil a has been a demonstration of determination to work tog the what Rural people can do to solve cooperatively a in his report Quot the their Piobino and meet their own test to assure the future sue needs Quot he cautioned against forces of our continued i a thing the a human qualities of Walz a is for us to take an Active neighbourliness and the Virtues of part in the developing it of out j cooperation Quot Truman China is one of the five members of the Security Council Quot Stalin tile decision taken at Crimea provided for quarterly conferences of the foreign secretaries. Does president Truman a Sugges tion suf Arsede the Crimea propos Icom noun \ and in tile Assurance to conclusion a added. It is that electric Power is used to the oui Hope that tile s. E. Iowa co in operative electric association will i continue to help our membership to improve this economic in. Pion. Irr Alite a More abundant life arum i meet the needs related to Rural Liv a Quot Truman tile Crimea proposal Temi firary a Churchill i think it a need less complication to bring China in when it comes to drawing up the peace All countries must come in the preliminary work cannot be done by Telegram i am Content that China should be admitted to drawing up the general provisions for peace but not for the Day to Day work China is far from Europe and has not contributed to the european do you really wish to discuss the administration of Germany with the chinese delegation Quot too Kochina pushed out of the meetings where it would have been possible for China to protect herself and her interests in fact. Winston Churchill aided the russians in this matter he said Quot until the japanese is Over i see great difficulty in China s having a voice in the trying problems of Europe. I see no advantage in introducing China with the european settlement. They have not fought in Europe. It is impossible that while the Council is sitting the with Japan will end then China can and should come into tile world peace conference i do not see that China w1p slave in important meeting. I leaded for Home today to Quot gather could help us in settling the ques j wednesday. Aug. 9. At 7 to pm to j strength Quot for an All out holding tion of the Corn and Beans make Codd growth Kennedy signs Bill to Cut farm surpluses Washington up a pre i a rent Kennedy today signed into Deo Moines up about Taw Quot a it a <t�10 Cut l0suv 95 to cont of Iowa a com crop has i surpluses and increase farm Tasse led and 80 per cent is showing silk following a we Eek of favourable weather with frequent heavy showed crop experts said today. Al Farmers to rut. Ens income. Kennedy signed flip cont Romi p i Bill at a White House ceremony. I the Law requires of millions of dollars in storage and Price support costs by reducing the nations huge Grain surplus. 9 0 0 by making payments for land taken out of production the gov none in effect will be renting the land to keep it from producing surplus crops. This land must be Corn and soybean were both re next year wheat plantar Law i lilo pm Ture of Otho or ported in Good to excellent cond ment by ten per cent in return for turns As of monday evening. There payments based on 45 per cent of an average of about 4 Days the Normal yield of the idled land favourable for Field work during the durum we at would be exempted. I inst week the same As for the banners could Cut Back wheat previous week plantings by an additional 30 per cent i 1962 for payments based on the weekly crop bulletin said the 60 of it a cent of the Norm ii yield 95 per cent Masseling of Corn com wheat Farmers must approve the \ in Jeu of income from the year i960 revealed Revenue of $848.478 63 land expenses of $753.475 07, leaving la margin of $95.003 56 year ago Iii report bowed income of $812,-j. >72 and expenditures of $700,332 aft a r a noon Ham luncheon for members and guests the afternoon j program began with remark. By Earl King general manager of the i Iowa Rea association report o a election of directors review of the i might Rea candidates and drawing for attendance prize featured speaker Claude r former Secretary of Agri culture and Rea administrator delivered the afternoon address. In training gear maj. Ghern n s Titov is shown in to e training he used before orbiting the Globe 17 tines34,000 Miles in a soviet spa ship. Radio photo plan by Welcome for Titov tion uses. The Law Ako provides broader use of marketing orders so Farmers can adopt restrictions on Selling of some products to raise their prices without Federal props. Major effect of the 1961 provisions will be to authorize u. S. Mar pared with 75 per cent a year ago a to my like tent quntus a a Keun orc a re work a ant Tell Altey and an average of al to 95 per cent. Candum ally 24 bpm nip the by a my hitching Ess it Homes and Cran the 80 per cent showing silk com j effect voting wa., regarded As pared with 55 per cent a year ago b tonality Ainee Farmer have never f Evezine. Solute of peanuts and 80-85 per cent on the average rejected any such proposition. A tiv it jew a so provides that farm a ors growing Corn feed Barley and Grain sorghum will not be eligible i for Price supports on these crops j unless they reduce plantings 20 per i cent below their 1959-60 average. As a further inducement Farmers Algiers Algeria a up a who nit acreage will get payments rebel chief is killed or a founder and Leader Dies will discuss pageant to be no to work for All out Cal he i a 11 a i id a up Iii Frank run Man Lun a r and Leader of the m a i r armament movement a dad. Or a had Quarter announce d Todt he a Aas 83 rears old. Berries grown for Canning and news and apples. O p a other provisions of the Law a Extension for three years of the a food for peace Quot program under which surplus products Are exported tor foreign currency sales would be limited to $4 5 billion Over the period with a $2 billion ceiling in any one year a Extension of the w ool Price support program for four years and renewal of the great Plains conservation program for ten years. A liberalization of farm credit terms for Low income Farmers. A special provisions designed to soviet of j my a Pok ionian the almost legendary algerian based on 50 per cent of Norma Retel commander is Mohammed i yield. This is basically a Continua. Flied in a Brief Blas Quot of gunfire on Hon of the 1961 feed grains pro the outskirts of Blida last night Gram. It a announced Here today. Mohammed one of the m it a i he signing marked a Sharp turn fared of the Retel military Oriel away from the Eisenhower commander of the it Libya j is ration a philosophy of relaxing number four a rebel operation and eventually ending government reduce Impi s of manges Omen zone that includes the Algier. Or tote even tion to product ton of crops Walnut and clans part mint he wa., called a the ter the Law rejects Kenned it s policy us <1 in j i 0 or of ale in r Quot of More government action to re headquarter it Lwirt output and bolster farm Sion of different Senate Anc House headquarter. Fiut it do not co ritalin has bilks. It w As approved of Congreve controversial request to give the in thursday. Secretary of agriculture More re except dates the Law w As a Compromise ver French military Laid French troop., had been he Cha d Mon-1 tracking Mohammed for almost a there is no mention of 1962 Gram be brought a n = it of a he a it Hijack at month after they. for drafting Price guar support rates but the Nistra Moscow uti facials announced today that Herman Titov would. Black Forest i hiding out somewhere in the Blida to Masco w wednesday for a Mas re 1 Antee legislation of i Priori Cio tit 30 id out ii of Ai i Sive Public Welcome a an Indica 01 Vij Rumi. Isidors in the Foothills of the Atlas 1 _ ,. , non he suffered no ill after effects Wychman ton Ait a a of of a mountains Law will save taxpayers hundreds boosted .0 $. Nex. Yea of his one Day spin through space a he and 1 of followers said soviet doctor.-, examining rite Jie eff Erive we a it on against j Pace hero to determine the of tion has indicated the present $1.79 administration officials claim the a Bushel rate for wheat will be Given next month holding action members of the Henry Colin Ydes Moines 1 up 1 a More communism. Feels of his prolong al jx5 gtd of Lone and possible exposure to cosmic radiation need old paving apparently decided in fun Nyiri a cod 1kp Titov proclaimed himself in Quot sex Oki Ivd Rijk be Lent condition Quot shortly alter his around old depot Landing monday. The cum it be working on troops surrounded a House in the Blida outskirts last night and in tile gunfight that followed Mo-1 hammed a. Killed and a local j Len chief and several of to j j hammed bodyguard were quickly i hours de combat Quot the French an i Aoun Cement said stresses importance of agriculture w Arns against driving Down farm prices the he taken to an undisclosed place for his medical checkup it develop pm a of the urea round Centennial commission a Ian 13.000 Farmers from 14 states had been expected to be Jon go than that of Pioneer space Man Yuri Gagarin because Titov w 1 the next Day july 18. 1945, the chit a question again raised by Russia discuss the pageant to be presented j action on All farm commodities aloft longer a 25 hour and 18 during the old threshers week after the annual meeting of the minutes. But it a announced to the wednesday evening meeting j National Farmers organization will be at the Home of mrs Helen Here monday Virden at Oakland Mills this is Oren Lee Staley Rea. In. No or Molotov again raised fhe a Jip Hundred year old school House president said monday lie though question of China but said that which mrs Virden converted into the group a not yet Strong if the Council to Deal with a it is 4�?T Miles South enough for such an action. How other than exclusively european 0f it. Pleasant and can be Ever. He did Call for a holding a affairs the objections to China a participation would a emr Byrnes suggested that the Council be composed of five Powers but that participation of China he limited to problems concerning 10 participants in the production so the fir East or problems of world Jia committee will h Ive the wide significance. Tile other r0vster for the printed program if reason for including China an organization cannot Send a rep that China is one of the ppr resent Tive it is very necessary to Manint members of the Security get the list of names to mis. this attitude of the russians per is Ted throughout tile Confer reached either by Highway 133 or theft Ion on com and soybeans this fall old Oakland Road. I unless buyers agree to meet the individuals and the represent j group s set prices Rives of organisations assisting with i we have to gather All our the pageant Are to bring the names strength to stage this All out holding action at the earliest possible a Stron time Quot Staley said such a plan to keep All Faun products from the Market set for last month but a called off when no official decided the time a not yet Ripe Quot we Are going to make processors justify their position to us a Staley Day that Titov would be Brough to a cow wednesday at i p in 5 a in. Cot Titov s wife. Tamara said Day Gagarin flight into orbit fired her husbands ambition to 823 red make his space journey pravda. The Cornin in a part newspaper said the Titov i a been married for three years said the 23-year-old mrs i Tov studying to become a doctor arum personality Quot threshers reunion grounds needs paving bricks there May be persons who of i Ned paving bricks at the time the old pavement torn nut who do not need them if so. The committee would like to have them. I conversion of three divisions ailed for by army a of Jmc people Are not quite aware that you Annot keep driving Down farm Price while farm costs a going Claude r , former u s Secretary of agriculture and former Rea administrator told he club and guests Here monday evening Quot there is such a lung a killing he listed some of the problems in attempting to reduce production. The fertilizer people for example Don t like it. Tile seed Corn people done to want to see the reduction in acres. Quot i Don t want to Tell you people that we have All of the answer Quot he said in this connection. He referred to the farming prob Washington it Upit tile army the Brick May of left a the has called for the immediate con Tjie that Lay. The Golden egg Quot to West end of the old depot at my version of three training divisions he said As he declared that banners Mullan Park or Call Robert Shepp. Into combat divisions ready tor de spend if they have Money to inn in Russia and China. In i Plov ment on Short notice the White and. But they Are not going to opinion or. Khrushchev is going House notified sen. John a car 1 Pend if they done have it to have to do some Hung different it would require enlistees to swear allegiance Roll to Cojo i today tile Industry in the United from anything he has Ever the units Are the 1st infantry i state agriculture he said. And relative to farming people done to Den chairman of the Henry county civil Centennial commission the september 8th pageant will a j Quot they re holding up the bar group approves Bill calling for Stock Market probe Washington fill til Hook passed , to til my. Mood ii 1 i. I the Inch would it quire Mili Ai. No a cos a it it swear fore god their All Hance to the Constitution vision at it Riley Kau 2nd infantry division it Benning ga., and 2nd armoured division. It Hood Tex , Carroll a Noti to to tied that an army Basic training be Titre capable of training about it be for a Long Long time to have any Init Marive under the set come. He mentioned that if Ever a up they Only get what they can. 40-hour week is started for farm eat. Why should they work their in. Food costs will go up pretty hands if for someone Ai the City once despite the fact that soviet highlight the important contrib. Gaining Quot Russia did not participate in the tion of Camp Harlan and this part far Eastern until it prac0f Iowa in the civil civic and ideally Over. The russians took patriotic organizations have banded the same passion As regards Fiance. Namely. That France should have no voice in the Settle ment of european affairs because France had not participated in the armistice. It clearly the russian program first to reduce the discussion to among three Powers the United states soviet Russia and great Britain. Undoubtedly it the russian plan to squeeze out great Britain As Well. Truman told at the july 18 luncheon that Japan had been ready to make peace. Tile following is significant Quot i Churchill imparted to the president the disclosure about the offer from the Mikado made to me by marshal Stalin the night i Staley promised the Quot most aggressive action any segment of the nation has Ever put on Quot in an together to present a picture of Effort to get what banners con that time and the impart of the j Sider a fair Price for their w a upon its people. The civil wart products Centennial commission in Henry county has been one Active in the state paratroopers hit the silk of the most boy killed in Bike truck collision Washington it up 1 Houe interstate comme Roe committee today Una Ninou i approved legislation calling a Quot 1 Broad investigation of the Market a the Federal seem a so Exchange commis Ion tile proposed $750,000 Mem prompted by emigre in ii concern Over reports of Pool manipulation and rigging banker and wife held Ohve $30,000 taken in robbery of Omaha Bank facility Council Bluffs a up Lyle mass 10-year old son of or and mrs Arthur mass Council Bluffs Iowa killed monday Ca Mien i. C up an estimated 5.000 combat ready Para troopers of the 82nd airborne Divi j night when his bicycle in Colson bailed out near Here today in Hsion with a pickup truck the first a Rad rep of exert i a j investigating officers said the Swift strike the largest u s. W in truck driven by John Mesic games since world ii i 44, of Council Bluffs. Hundred of civilian spectators lined Road in the area Adjar it it favor Bill to punish hijackers Washington Ufi Bill to punish convicted a it a hijackers with life Impi Onovi approved unanimous j too by tile Senate Commerce comm tee. To the jump area to see the Pnra troopers hit the silk. Before and i told him he quite free to talk it Over with the life which would be involved in marshal As i had informed him at forcing a unconditional surrender the Marshall s expressed desire. Quot Here i explained that marshal Stalin had not w shed to transmit this information direct to him for fear he might think the russians were trying to influence him towards peace. I dwelt upon the tremendous Cost in american life and to a in a in 1 extent in British upon tile it is startling to read today that american blood spilled profusely after Japan had sought peace and that the atom bomb hurled at Hiroshima after that. Copyright 1961, King features Syndicate inc it wednesday kids Day. Of. Pleasant Omaha neb 1�?Ti an Una a Bauk official told police Tori in his Bank facility a robbed today of an undetermined amount Money possibly much As -j0,000 by three Well dressed men who held him and ins Wile Cap map through a he night the Bank off a Tai said in a old run boil $10, in and $21,000 in government Erie i Bonds John s Well. 55 manager of rile first Wes Sui Bank a facility e a West suburban shopping Center made the report at mid morning after freeing Bunsen Nom Bonds wit ii which lit 1 a. Or Wicka i a Here for the South-00 Ca. T. Iowa cooperative electric a associated with lie current of i b a Iarion annual ulc ering in 16.000 soldiers will go into opera program planning he a. Kid. Quot what produced by w a. Russell manager tion at it Carson colo., sept 7 Jue is there of piling up crops just of the mrs. to store them Quot he answered critics a it presented also j of a trying to get the government in wive of the Kiwan ians. The co Itte farming Busine Quot by saying operatives Board members and a that he government a. Teen in wives and a few others were guests lit for decades. Or is now at the dinner meeting which serving on president Kennedy held at the Golf and country club. Agriculture advisory committee. Tile special guest besides the he reviewed what efficiency a Board members were or. Rolf done for fanning then cited that Lundh from Sweden Janet Smith a three tunes As Many people Are or James Folsom. Larry Belles and handling the tiling Fanner pro or and mrs Charles Voss. Or. Wells said he left the Bank when 1 Duce a formerly and pointed out and mrs. Richard Oss headed the closed last night and arrive that efficiency should be in Hie in decorations committee. Kiwas in president John Carter presided. More refugees Home about 9 45 pm he Aid he Crest of All of the country noticed two men wearing dark Busine suits either Black or dark Blue standing across the Street. Well said he entered his Home across Border total and had just removed his coat rash when the Doorbell rang he said ,. Berlin Upit a soviet Premie two men. One waving a revolver. Rec n pwn a ass on run Star in a Ida August 7, Tai numbers of East Gentian refugee surging Berl in Tod Ai Harmon r. Ballard Dies after surgery Harmon r pud Ballard died blindfolded him and his wife and kept them tied All night. Early this morning Wells told the Fri a third Man arrived on the scene. Wells told the Fri two of the the Federal Bureau of i Vestiga three men took him and his wife Oil and police immediately warm to tin Bank shortly after 8 . Cd Over the Bank facility the Wells Cost when the time lock on the Home and the Wells .rivborhooci vault disengages. Iii quest of clues the men then cleaned out the the of big a agent in charge Here night depository and vault of Thomas j. Gearty said the bandits larger Bill they then took or. Wells Back to their Home Quot scooped All the big Money out of and mrs. The night depository and the in a Southwest Omaha suburb and i Gable of Indianola who died Mon Knoxville \ bound them again. Lowing major surgery at the Veter Cras the Border to West and a Hospital to Iowa City. He a member of the Henry told that the would not co . Post and the american a k Down on Berlin. East Ger legion by Tribby Post no. 58. Man led in Ever my re a sing nun be is survived by three sister it hers in fear their escape rout a a two Brothers mrs. Harry Zink soon might be closed. Of it pleasant mrs. Ray Lohr of _ a it. Dodge mrs. Claudia Jackson of minister Dies t><1 s Mones cd Iri Pat Ballard of North Hollywood calif., and Don Indianola up funeral Ballard of it. Pleasant services will be held Here thurs services will be held at the by Day for the Rev. Or. Merle a Bee and Davis funeral Home in interment will be it Ida pastorate included Fairfield Busser

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