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Mount Pleasant News (Newspaper) - August 13, 1958, Mount Pleasant, Iowa
The it. Of Basan news vol. 80, no. 190 Reserve unit to leave for Camp sunday these Days by George e. Sokolsky perversion of democracy an undeniable fact is made evident everyday Here in the Berk Shires at Tanglewood namely that there is Genius among human beings and that some Are More skilled than others. For instance such a pianist As Byron Janis is t not to be found by the million or even by the thousand and such Tho 75 officers and men of Bat conductors of orchestras As tory c. 438th aaa in Spaw Charles Munch or Pierre Monteux it. Pleasant will leave Early Sun Are rare indeed and one applauds Day morning the 17 of August for their work in Awe. I 15 Days annual training at Camp but or. A. Harry Passow of j Mccoy and Camp Haven wisc on Columbia University thinks differ-1 sin. Entry. He is reported to have said i they Are Captain Leo Turley a it is a perversion of democracy,1 lieutenants Gerald d. Dilocker to set aside certain youngsters and Richard d. Hammeil James e. I give them privileges which Auto Coy Arthur Miller warrant of magically set them apart As an i Fifer Lile w Stigge master ser it. Pleasant Iowa wednesday evening Ai g. 13, 1958 by Carrier 30 per week by mall $7.50 per year Ike gives his peace plan o Quot Quot i elite group of society. It goes against the Basic idea of american education which is to give All children an equal Opportunity for the Best possible Grants Verle v. Derosear Earl c. Humphrey Frank j. Miller sergeants first class Howard l Adams. Paul j. Conner Lynn l Disney Ralph t Ericson Delbert tins is of course stuff and non d. Foss. Keith t. Hallowell Stan sense. When a Genius is found in Ley e. Hill Donald l. Landes any country he should be set aside sergeants Jackie d Barber James to work at his own ski Teri. Usually w. Baber. Earnest j. Bright he does. Such an institution As the Bronx High school of science is As hard to get into As some colleges because otherwise the time and Effort of the Brilliant students and the competent teachers would to wasted on thase who cannot remember a chemical formula or a mathematical concept Charles c. Conner. Richard l Gibbs. Donald b Hall Laverne b mailings Wayne l. King and Marvin d Miller. Specialist second class Allen r Hidlebaugh Corporal Dean r Anderson specialists third Cia. Neal b Alexander. Donald w Al Anderson i a i a Man May l leu. Richard e be an excellent bricklayer without l. Anderson. Larry l Belles. Glenn having read Milton. Why not e Brown Ralph l. Burkey Glenn leave him to his own devices to be j e. Campbell Ralph e. Fariss War a Brick layer Why impose Milton Ren l. Five Donald i Gaylor i. Upon him. Professor Passow says further a the selective system of Educa Tion common in Europe tends to j Wash out at an Early age Many j students who would like to go on into the professions. Instead in j less they Are among the brightest students in the schools they Are j forced into some other line of j Ralph a. I Borean Edwin i Hesseltine Donald of Long. Edward i Mccoy James k Meyer Dale w. Miller Jimmy d. Miller. Roy r. Mullenix Ronald g. Prickett Richard l. Rhum Peter b Saxman. Donald r Savage. Miles e. Shelman Clarence t. Stearns Stanley l. Stigge. Donald w Thornton Bert Vav Vandenberg. Robert d Wick and John l Wickham. Privates first class Wallace m Why should those who cannot Arizumi. John w. Baker. Glenn serve in the professions not go into Carr Teddy g. Cosgrove Larry i the trades is it sound for a Clum Gillespie Herman c. Hays Merlin by i it Erson to be a surgeon and kill. Heilman Daryl e Mcculley his patients just because he wants i Thomas f o Conner Gregory f to be called doctor is it right for i Pipper Richard l Simmons Rich one who has no aptitude for study lard d. Smith Duane l Thorn to be a teacher and to wreck the j Burg. Donald w. Tozer Richard minds of Young children i w Walters Ritchie l. White. Ray no matter what else professor1 mond a. Wickham and Bradley b thunderous Welcome to Nautilus a every vessel in the Channel blows a Welcome with sirens horns and whistles As crowds j line the pier at Portland England to Greet the nuclear powered u. S. I submarine Nautilus Docking at the end of a trailblazing undersea journey across the top of tile world. Enro Ute from Hawaii the vessel had sighted land Only twice at St. Lawrence Island in the Bering Straits and at Leland where they disembarked the ship s Captain Comdr William r. Anderson who was flown to Washington for decoration by president Eisenhower. House cites col Fine for c contempt Washington up the House today overwhelmingly cited Boston millionaire Bernard Gold Fine for contempt of Congress. Action was by a Roll Call vote of 367-8 with four members voting preut. The Long expected action against j presidential assistant Sherman Adams gift giving Friend came after an hour of ofter heated debate in which Adams name was never mentioned outright but frequently implied the citation now goes to the Justice department for almost eel Tam prosecution. If tried and convicted the new England textile tycoon faces a maximum sentence of one year in prison and a $1,000 Fine rocket shoot to Moon is close at hand inc selects new music head heading Iowa Wesleyan Collat. Department of music this fall will be i Richard g. Parker urges c creation of standby u. N. Military Force now of Iowa. In addition Umar College Lemars Passow Learned in his courses at Columbia logic does not seem to be one of the disciplines which education brought to him because it is illogical not to recognize Superior talents More competent minds greater capacity for learning. Mozart started at some such age As three to play the piano and was composing while still a child does one Send such a child to a school to be bored by learning in a semester what his mind can encompass in a few Days to recognize a fact is not to assign a privilege. The fact is that some human beings possess greater skills in some Fields than others Van Cliburn went from Texas to Moscow and won the Tchaikovsky prize because he could play Tchaikovsky a a piano concerto with Superior technical skill and feeling. He possesses the training skill and emotional balance to play this very difficult composition. Not half a Hundred boys or girls in the United states out of a population of More than 170,000.000 can do As Well a perhaps fewer. When he shall have shown equal skill in the big event at Pool Don t forget the annual swimming meet and band concert at the it pleasant municipal Viool tonight it wednesday. There is no admission charge. The meet will Siart at 7 30 . The municipal band under the i j direction of e. E. Mulby will play before and during the swimming event. There will be individual races relays and divine. Ribbons will be Farmers Union officials attend a fun Day Here Wright training with the 103rd infantry division they will be putting into practice the lessons Learned at the Reserve Center Here. The first week will be familiarization of weapons and firing at ground targets. Moving to Camp Haven on Lake Michigan. They will track and fire at Tow targets and radio controlled aircraft. Concurrent training at Haven will include the firing of Small arms. The reservist will get individual and unit training. Twenty five per cent of the unit j will travel to Camp by private ant r1�lfin by while the remaining 75 travel by i ,Iii Public conveyance. A 2_ ton truck j and ii ton truck jeep each pull i ing trailers along with some additional items of equipment will i be taken to Camp. Jam s Crogan state Farmers Union Secretary and k. E. Schu Man Field representative for the National Farmers Union in Denver. Colo., attended the local f u Quot fun Day tuesday at Mcmillan Park. The two f u officials were sent by or. St Nee of Reilly state president when he was unable to attend As had been announced. The festivities for the Day in Lay arced for the first three places j eluded entertainment by curly in each event by mayor Wade met i Beth. Washington up a the defense department said today the time is close at hand for America s first rocket shoot to the Moon. Informed sources said the firing of a lunar probe rocket will be attempted at. Cape canaveral fla., Early sunday morning if j conditions Are favourable the department which has been j building radio equipped Instru-1 ment packages to fire at the Moon announced that development has progressed a to a Point where experiments involving acl Tual flight of a lunar rocket a Are now the official statement was devoted to emphasizing that the chances for Complete Success in the first shot Are slight. But the department did not deny statements by informed sources that the first blast off has been set for sunday morning. To his membership i on the West mar faculty or. Parker is Well known As director of the i a Mars american legion state Champion drum Anc Bugle corps. Or. Parker Sph. D. Degree is from Columbia University. Prior to Ilia he earned the m. M. Degree at the state University of Iowa. His undergraduate work was at Coe College where he was Captain of the fencing team and participated in wrestling football speech Actu it irs is Well As taking a prominent part in All musical events of the Campus. He has Sung professionally with a male quartet the nip chords and i has been a baritone soloist in Gil Bert and Sullivan productions. He played French Horn in the s. U. I. I summer orchestra several Summers j and was French Horn soloist with the Cedar rapids orchestra for five years. He presently is a member of the Sioux City municipal band. Before entering the College teaching Field or. Parker taught William Kauffman Farmer Champion fiddle player of to it Unessee. And Gene Mills guitar player and vocalist who Are members of the Tennessee rangers. I they Are featured every saturday i the it. Pleasant portion of i Kugi programming from i to 1 1 30 . United nations up president Eisenhower today urged speedy creation of a standby United nations military Force and a do it yourself economic program for the Arab states in a six Point peace plan for the Middle East Eisenhower addressed the opening session of a United nation general Assembly called into emergency meeting to consider the Middle East crisis. It was his first appearance before the body since he made his dramatic a atoms for peace proposal from the same Rostrum on dec. 8, 1953. He and soviet foreign minister Andrei Gromyko were the Only speakers listed at today s meeting of the 81 u. N. Members. The president denounced efforts of soviet Premier Nikita s. Khrushchev a to create a War hysteria a in the Mideast crisis. Without mentioning Khrushchev by name Eisenhower said the russian leaders efforts a to exploit mans horror of War could be railed a ballistic too the president said it was a important a that his six Point plan be viewed As a whole. He listed it a United nations concern for Lebanon. A United nations measures to preserve peace in Jordan. A an end to the fomenting from without of civil strife. A a United nations peace Force. A a regional economic development plan to assist and accelerate improvement in the living standards of the people in these Arab nations. Quot Steps to avoid a new arms race spiral in the As a Means of preventing outside sources from stirring up strife from within the president proposed u. N. Monitoring of radio broadcasts a a directed across National frontiers in the troubled near East the president said carrying out in Niles township High school j of his peace plan could mean a in chamber needs your support greater it pleasant week the town was in an uproar the High school had burned works of Mozart Bach Beethoven i Down it and we had build Aneth etc., we shall know that he is in a or everybody agreed on that very Small group of extraordinary Point but the problem of Money human beings such As Horowitz Almyrt caused a Brawl. Should we and Artur Rubenstein who have i raise taxes r Blued a new and Baboon graced with Genius. Per school to accommodate our rapidly expanding enrolment none of this has anything to do j should be use tire insurance to r with democracy. It has to do with build our old fashioned Plant Genius. The cry today is for math a when the argument was at its Etna Ticiano and scientists. A few height the chamber of Commerce will be outstanding a so few that j decided a Little More Light and a their names go Down in history Little less heat on the subject were some will be very Good. Some will needed. We got together our de be Mere technicians who will do a a cation committee to co ordinate craftsman like Job. Some will be with and advise the school Board louts not Worth House room. None we hired a Hall and held meeting will be equal to each other. To get the facts. We discussed the the trouble with such educators towns future and heard the i As professor Passow is that they j Powals for rebuilding the school to fail to recognize that democracy i meet our future needs. We als is a political term and has nothing heard the proposals for duplicate to do with education. Columbia i ing Tho old school in its original University is an excellent ins Titu pattern. Tion of learning but it has not pro j a decision was reached the local diced an Aristotle although it has chamber had started the Ball Roll produced a Mcdowell. Aristotle j ing and saw to it that it kept Roll appear rarely in human history. My until the Job was done. Wayland William Kauffman 83, a retired Wayland Farmer died at 5 pm tuesday at the Home of his daughter mrs. Allan Meyer whee i c had been living the past three years. The son o Christian and Elizabeth Miller Kauffman or. Kauffman a. Born february 6, 1875, in Henry county. On december 22 1899, he married Susan Nafzinger i who preceded him on March 15 1949. He was a member of the j Wayland mennonite Church. He i survived by the Folio win j children , Max and Harold Kauffman mrs a r Meyer Aru or Everett i Man. All of Way a land mrs. Eld of Berkshire of Burlington and or. Leola ii. Al Liman of Knoxville Tenn. Als surviving is one sister mrs. Will Allen one brother Homer Kauffman both of Wayland 20 grandchildren and 12 great Grandehil-1 Dren. Funeral services will be held a 10 30 a in. Friday at the Wayland. M Anomie Church with Rev. Simon Gingrich and Rev. L a. Habegger j officiating. Interment will be at North Hill cd factory. The casket will by taken to the Church at 9 30 and will not be opened following the service. Salem Soldier in Beirut Dennis septer 7, the son of the Pearl setters Salem mid Dean a King. The son of the Harold Kings red no. 2. It pleasant tied in tile Watermelon eating contest and i both were awarded Silver dollars i free Watermelon and pop were furnished for everyone. V. L Lathrop and Paul Roth both of Donnellson wore guests from Lee county for the affair. Senate passes tax measures the Washington up Senate tuesday night climaxed a Busy Day of tax cutting by Pas. Ing legislation that would give tax Relief to Small business. The Senate also passed an excise tax revision Bill which would j Wor of Columbia University is an Cut amusement taxes and also re accomplished musician. While her Duce levies on a variety of Manu a maj a Field w a vocal she is also Skokie 111., for three years. Prior to that he taught at Alpena mich., seven years during which time he organized the Little symphony and directed the elks band. He has also had teaching experiences in the High schools of Aurora Leon and of Mars All in Iowa. During the past year or. Parker took tin West mar band on a Conin tour in four states. He also conducted the oratorio Quot the in the choral Field. He is a native of Mason City Iowa is married and has three children. Mrs. Parker a graduate of St. Olaf College with graduate fractured items. Death takes Tiara Thomann order Union agents release Flint mich., up circuit judge Stephen Ruth today ordered Evan the release of teamsters business Robert a violinist and pianist. Or. And mrs. Parker and their Childe n will move to it. Pleasant approximately sept. I. Or. Parker replaces or. David e Price who resigned to return to his former Horn. Minneapolis Minn. Members of the inc music faculty will be or. Parker or. Robert Copley Robert g. Davis Rickman and miss Betty a few Short years that the Lebanon and Jordan crises would Mark a the beginning of a great new Era of Arab referring to russians a ballistic blackmail a the president demanded Quot should it not be serious International misconduct to manufacture a general War scare in an Effort to achieve local political Aims a such pressures will never be used successfully against the United states he said. But he said he had asked to address the general Assembly for the second time be cause such pressures created Quot dangers which affect every one of the Lebanon and Jordan crises Quot clearly demonstrated the urgent need for setting up a stand by . Military Force the president said Mideast nations should be Able to get a prompt and effective action Quot by the United nations when endangered by a armed pressure and infiltration coming across their Borders a he said. This required a military Force to make the world organization s Quot presence Manifest in the area of he said. Quot therefore i believe this Assembly should take action looking toward the creation of a standby u. N. Peace Force a Eisenhower said. Too in proposing a regional Arab development program the president broke with the u. S. Tradition of offering economic Aid Only on a nation to nation basis. But he emphasized that the nation to nation policy would be continued except when the regional basis appeared More feasible. Eisenhower made Clear that the United states would not take the leadership in the Arab economic program. He said this nation would support it if the Arab states agreed on it and were a prepared to support it with their own but Quot leadership must belong to the Arab states themselves a he said. He proposed that Secretary general Dag Hammarskjold Start consultation immediately with Arab nations to see if they could agree on establishing an Arab regional development institution with the Job of speeding up of a Progress in such Fields As Industry agriculture water Supply health and he predicted such a program would attract both Public and private capital from other countries. A a a Eisenhower flew Here tuesday a few hours after the White House announced he would Lead off for the United states in the special sessions debate on the Middle East. Eisenhower warned the Kremlin that its goal of world domination and Universal communism was a an impossible Quot this world of individual nations is not going to be controlled by any one Power or group of Powers a a he said a this world is not going to be committed to any one he appeared to be supporting turn to Page 4 please highlights of Ike a address i agent Jack Thompson on grounds hoist Cen. Min. Clara , nearly to there was not sufficient evidence Mer formerly ciliated v the Iowa Wesleyan. In addition. Richard c. Conductor of the South of Middletown died at to link him with the fatal burning East Iowa symphony which is of memorial Hospital August 12 at of Frank Kierdorf. 9 15 pan where she had been Ai Thompson 41. A business agent patient for three weeks. I for teamsters local 332, had been Vav till thi exception of a Short held for five Days on suspicion of participating in the bungled arson Job that Cost Kierdorf his life. Time that she lived in Villisca practically Allol her life was spent in Middletown. She was Des Moines oldest resident. Reach agreement on new farm Bill Colin o planes engage in dogfight Taipei. And although Columbia is proud of its John Dewey no one would think of Dewey As an Aristotle. In the development of the human mind there is no Equality. Some minds Start being better very Early in life. Copyright 1958. King features Syndicate inc. It is on just such problems that your local chamber of Commerce can help devise a worthwhile solution. But to be of maximum usefulness. The c of c needs the support of you and every other business Man. Merchant and professional Man. So join us. Support us with your time and Effort. And As you help the Community so too word has been received Here that pvt. Robert j. Long son of or. And mrs Jay Long of Salem has arrived in Beirut Lebanon Dren. Clara Thomann daughter of Bilobet i Blakeway it Dee and George Dee was born in Middletown Iowa August 24. 1856 she was married mar h 13 1879 chinese nationalist to Joseph Thomann who pieced i Lier in death november i. 1926 she was a member of the Middletown presbyterian Church. Three sons survive Guy b Thomann. Clifford Thomann both of Middletown and Russell to Miami of Agency also eight grandchildren and 24 great Grande ii the an red Formosa up Force trounced tha More than to chinese mig17 Jet fighters interceptor1 two nationalist Sabre jets off the Fukien coast today tile nationalist and communist planes engaged in a dog fight for seven minutes the communique said but no damage was reported done to either Side. United nations up a topical highlights from president Eisenhower s United nations address a ballistic blackmail Quot a in most communities it is illegal to cry a fire in a crowded Assembly. Should it not be considered serious International misconduct to manufacture a general War scare in an Effort to achieve local political Aims a . Guiding principle a. Aggression direct or indirect must be checked before it gathers sufficient momentum to destroy us All aggressor and defender troops in Lebanon Quot the United states troops will be totally withdrawn whenever this is requested by the duly constituted government of Lebanon or whenever through action by the United nations or otherwise. Lebanon is no longer exposed area under programs which they May desire. Arab possibilities Quot. To see the desert Blossom again and preventable disease conquered is Only a first step. As i look into the future i see the emergence of modern Arab states that would bring to this Century contributions surpassing those we cannot forget from the . Development work a those who know our history will realize that this is no sudden new policy of my government. Ever since its birth the United states has gladly shared its wealth with others this it has done without thought of Conquest or economic nuclear race Quot tile things i have talked about today Are real and await our grasp. Within the near East and within this As Sembly Are the forces of Good to the original sense restraint and Wisdom to make. Political order and peace with his company. He entered the army last september and has been stationed in Germany since March of this year. Two sons two Sisters and three Brothers preceded her in death services will be held Friday at 2 p in. At the Elliott Chapel in n w the trip from Frankfurt Der London. Grandsons will Art As pall today a u. S. Jet fighter planes 1 you will help yourself require to times As much elec 1 Pete Progress trial wiring As did the models Many was made on a Globe master c-124 with one Stop at Naples i Italy for refuelling. Early speaking far your to a1 chamber of Commerce pvt. Lorn co ammo i., to d o bearers the Rev e. D. Bvrd will officiate interment will be in Middletown cemetery. Friends May Call at the cd p a a thursday from 7 to 0 n in Washington. Up a Adin Nisi rat Ion and democratic Lead i ens reached agreement today on a 1 a w farm Bill and planned to Speed it through the House thursday. J the Compromise Bill would stave if Sharp planting cutbacks sehed-1 riled next year for Cotton and Rice it also would provide for1 Jordan a if we do not act in that Region. But we also know some of the reductions in Prier sup-1 promptly in Jordan a further that All these possibilities Are for com Cotton and Rice dangerous crisis May result for shadowed All our Hopes Are the method of indirect aggression dimmed by the fact of the arms discernible in Jordan May Lead to i race in nuclear weapons a con conflict endangering the test which drains off our Best Tal Arab destiny a let me state the Ems and vast resources straining position of my country Unm Istak j the nerves of All our ably. The Peoples of the Arab a i world domination Quot this world tons of the near East clearly of individual nations is not going the Strong wind which came up j possess the right of determining to be controlled by any one Power Washington. Up presi j late tie Day afternoon and caused and expressing their own destiny or group of Powers. This world is Dent Eisenhower has signed into j Many branches to fall from Trees other nations should not interfere not going to be committed to any Law a a Freedom of information Quot Bill in it. Pleasant. A tree at the Ray i so Long As this expression is found one ideology. Please believe me prohibiting government officials mond Kinney residence on West in ways compatible with internal when i say that the dream of from using a 1789 Law As an excuse 1 Clay was blown Over j tonal peace and Security. How world domination by one Power or to withhold information from the otherwise there was no damage Ever we have the Opportunity of world conformity is an impose Uhlir 1 g me rain followed the wind. J of assisting the Peoples of tha Lsible signs Bill ports sought by the agriculture Secretary Ezra t. Benson. Wind blows branches Down
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