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Mount Pleasant News (Newspaper) - February 7, 1958, Mount Pleasant, Iowa
These Days by George e. Sokalsky the it. Pleasant news cold it. Pleasant. Iowa. Khi Dav evening Eek. 7. 1958 a Mai the West German Miracle the so called West German Miracle a product of hard work and National will and that As much As any other Factor has altered the face of Post War Europe. It has established the possibility of an economic if not altogether a political Union of Western european countries. The weakness of Western Europe. Since world War i has been an inability of most of the countries i that compose it to recognize that i in tile 20th Century it would grow i i increasingly difficult for empires to i j live on the produce of the weak and i Back Ward nations. The Basic error of Western Europe was that it fought world War i at All. The destruction of the Kaiser a Germany and the Austro hungarian Empire the stimulation of nationalistic Dis Content among asian and african Peoples the Impact of the United states Dijon european life the Bol Shevik revolution and the Emer j gence of Japan As an equal of the j j West in the councils of nations these and the elimination of the doctrine of the Freedom of the seas by emergence of the submarine and j i the air plane As weapons of War inevitably led to the ultimate destruction of the British French and t dutch empires i therefore Western Europe was left without real political Power a and economic stability. Germany j which for a thousand years in one political form or another had kept i the slav out of Europe no longer i was capable of maintaining any to j a Lotical Force until Hitler emerged i with the one possible doctrine that Mould unite a broken people namely the nietzschean concept of the Superman and Houston Stewart i Chamberlain s doctrine of the superiority of the nordic races. Hitler j succeeded after All other German j 4 Wise men had failed. He re established Germany As a Strong nation Strong enough to hold the entire i world at Bay for six years on multiple fronts. Whether Hitler was mad or sane right or wrong decent or ohs it be no longer matters for he is dead burned on a pyre of his own making. We hat does matter and what is so frightening is that his a strategy and tactics Are now being used by Nasser in the Arab world. By Carrier so per week ram named Hearty again Shirley Ann Fragoza. 8 months old gives tile world a Popeye stare after emerging from a very rare operation performed in Berkeley. Calif., to Correct a heart malformation in which one of the valves was missing surgeons said the condition would have been fatal. Shirley Ann is held by her Mother mrs. Trinidad Sragoza j after world War ii Germany was really broken. Divided into zones with the russians masters of Berlin j and Vienna with the United states i illogically pro russian and indeed a j he is a poor Reed to lean upon it looked i 0f of Oakland. Calif. Brothers plead no defense on tax charges Des Moines ins a two widely known Davenport businessmen pleaded no defense today in Federal District court in Des Moines to charges of evasion of Federal corporation income taxes. They were 59-year-old George d Frank and his 62-year-old brother Thomas d. George Frank is charged with evading $155,201 in Federal corporation income taxes for the years 1951-1954. He is chairman of the Board of directors for flank foundries corp. Thomas is accused of the same charge but for the amount of $74,275 in the years 1953 and 1954. The president and treasurer foundries firm. Intermit min a Foj two divorces Are granted two divorces have been granted in District court both on grounds of cruel and inhuman treatment. A divorce was granted to Dolores Darlene Peterman from Richard Derrell Peterman the plaintiff was has right to audit tax returns in Moines wins Iowa attorney general Norman it be settled the question today of whether the state auditor s office has the i Gilt to audit individual corp i ration state income tax returns Elbe ruled that the office did have uie authority to audit the returns since it w their Job to determine win the i the proper amount funds Lut been deposited. Severs months ago the auditors office and the tax commission squabble Over lie Point it took a meeting Between the two and the attorney general to smooth the ruined feathers. However no written opinion had been made on the question state sen. Tom Dailey Ltd it a Burlington in skis Elbe for the format opinion which was handed Down today. Scout sunday will be observed scout sunday will be observed sunday feb. 9, at the first service a at 8 15> at the methodist Church. Cub scouts boy scouts explorers and their lenders will be attending and most will be wearing unit uniforms. Under the rotation system followed by the ministers three will be participating the Rev. James Troxel of the Baptist Church the Rev. Gilbert Stout of the methodist Church and or. Owen Wilson of the frigid weather i frigid breath out of t he North i and drove the local tempera Tine Down to a cold tour below thursday night the Tempo lure climb was Vecty slav Friday Aud another cold night was predicted International Falls mum listed 1 frigid 19 below Zero below la oozing temperatures were reported tit Arkansas and Northern Texas temperatures were Iii the teens far South As Southern Missouri mild weather a report Ltd in the Southeast with 60 Ilc Gico readings n Florida groups want getter tax is met ii re Poinc la in eighteen j old ike1 granted the custody of a minor j presbyterian Church who will give child and certain household goods j the Sermon. Were set aside for her. A car was set a aside for the defendant. Tile couple was married in my. Pleasant. July la 1953, and lived i Silver service set together until june i 1957. I Falls through ice at Geode Lake Allan Shook got a Prat i it Bath thursday afternoon at i Geode. Or was walking along Pau the Lee and dropped through a he fell he caught himself by his arms and the ice did not break any farther around his body limn it had to let him Down it is thought that a Spring must have been in the spot and had Frozen Over Only on top i Shook was wearing in Hunt lug clothes heavy pants and insulated underwear he go wet Well up above his Waistline but came Home As soon As in1 climbed out on the ice and was none the worse rot tin i debt. Friday morning he a nary a sniffle to recall it a at Loid quandary Over \ Irginia a Ucon Barr As granted a divorce from Clifford William Barr. The plaintiffs Maiden name Des Moines ins the latest quandary for gov Herschel Loveless concerns the Silver net now on of Virginia Aileen Boyd was restored i the battleship u is. Iowa. Were set car j very much As though Henry Morgenthau concept of a spartan r peace would come about by historic causes. Then West Germany went to work. While All the rest of Europe was wondering what to do with its rubble and most countries were wasting american Aid West Ger i Many set out to form capital. But a tween 1948 and 1956. Productivity in a Germany Rose from too to 214 it using Index numbers. Economic Success must be accompanied by political stability and International growth in importance. West Germany has produced a stable government under Chancellor Adenauer it has so grown in International importance that Adenauer dominated the recent meeting of nato. It has again become a formidable Power. It has not All been political. Much if West Gre Many a Success is due to the will of the people. For instance he restoration of Industry became almost a religious compulsion everybody pitching in. What has been in he plague of great Britain for a instance the Union sabotage of new techniques and the realignment of a Bor to meet new methods hardly affected West Germany. Also there have been fewer strikes than in most countries despite the fact that soviet Russia is just across the Street in East Germany and has been conducting an anti governmental and anti capitalistic Campaign in West Germany. Federal judge e. R. Hicklin said such a plea is equivalent to a guilty plea in criminal eases of this Type. He said sentencing would be delayed until he has made an investigation. In both cases the men Are charged with not having paid sufficient taxes. It is not a Case of them hav to her. Certain household goods aside for the plaintiff. A set aside for the defendant a property settlement was approved by the court. The couple was married in it. Pleasant March 9, 1938, and lived together until March 28, 1956. My paid none at a1. Some mystery surrounds the cast since the charges were filed against 1 the individuals and not the Tion. Business manager named at . The ship without the Silver service set is scheduled to be finally was de commissioned Ai the Philadelphia naval Yards feb. 24 Loveless said he received a letter from acting Secretary of the Navy. W. B Franke that pointed out that the Cruiser . Des Moines does not own a Silver service set. Die letter suggested thai the Iowa set be transferred to the Cruiser since it bears the capital of the state s name. However the governor said pres Corpora j sure has been put upon him by the j historical group and other iowans _ la return la r aet Kyle Mau. Anco place it in the historical museum. Iowa Wesleyan College appointed Comdr. John k Bobbitt thursday to the position of business Mana Ger treasurer effective March i. The announcement was made by or. J. Raymond Chadwick president of the College Comdr. Bib professor David in his a pamphlet Mccord Wright Quot Post War West German and United kingdom retire situation j every a a summarizes tin this paragraph i a the economic Choice faced by j West Germany after the currency j Reform and granting of substantial a autonomy in 1948, was a Basic one. J had she followed the prevalent european and . Labor pattern she j would have gone in for heavy con Strol. Rationing state directed investment sharply progressive taxation tremendous emphasis upon Equality. Instead her policies were entirely different. Emphasis was placed upon incentive rather than a literal Equality upon a free Market rather than planning upon modernization rather than routine. She did maintain a most generous and comprehensive social Security system but did not accept the usual myth that such a system is necessarily linked with High progressive Hearne faithful and effective service Ren tiered by or. Pliny Walter since or j Howell left for his new position. Or. Walter had expressed a will-1 bigness to Seive in the capacity of business manager treasurer until j next july ii necessary. However i since Comdr. Bobbitt can be Avail j Able As Early As March i. Or. Walter is greatly pleased that this important position has been permanently filled at this Early judgments entered in two cases will attend scout presentation to governor Loveless o i. Nesbitt regional scout of Lucial and to c mammon councils it oui executive went to Des Moi be Friday afternoon to be present Fot n boy scout presentation in the office of gov. Herschel Loveless saturday morning at to 45 the ceremony May be broadcast a by ski it re outlining the accomplishments of scouts in Iowa Iii 1957 will be presented to tin gov Tenor. Among the 50 scouts and Leader from Over the state expected to be present will in 17-year-old Brent Morgan of North English who won in a six state Contes the right to be one of 12 who will Call upon president Eisenhower the first of tile week to present scouting s Quot report to the Mother of local woman is taken Comdr. Bobbitt is a native of Al Gin 111, and grew up in Bushnell,1 111. He was graduated from Western Illinois state College in 1941 and entered tire Navy shortly thereat-1 ter. He served As an aviation ground officer and was released in 1945 with the rank of lieutenant a judgment for $147 49 ii is been entered in District court against Marland Laughlin in favor of e h Henrickson. The amount us owed j for . J judgment for $129.21 has been j entered against Wilbur Brown in 1 favor of d b. Davey doing Busi a Ness As Davey paint supplies. The 1 amount is owed for goods Pur i chased by the defendant. Confirm Date site of athletic banquet it a. Confirmed at the goal line meeting wednesday night 1 that the annual athletic banquet in civilian life he spent two years win held at the John Wesley John k. Bobbitt Bitt will fill the vacancy left by Lionel d. Howell and temporarily holed by Pliny Walter. The a e w business manager treasurer is presently in the Navy but will leave the service later in the month. Of the appointment or. Chadwick said Quot we feel very fortunate in securing Comdr. Bobbitt As our new business manager treasurer. We Are confident that with his varied background of business experience. As Well As his Fine academic train Voth the civil aeronautics admin-1 is ration As a traffic controller at Wayne mich., and four years with the j. L. Hudson co., Detroit in the accounting division before be-1 lug called Back into service during the korean conflict in 1951. I j his recent duty was with an airborne Early warning Squadron de 1 in the Northern hemisphere prior to that he was training officer for three year for aviation ground officers school Jacksonville fla., during which time he i was graduated from a supervisory j course in education. Comdr. Babbitt and his family j Are now living in quarters at the1 naval air station a Tuxen River i my. His wife the former Mary Lou Holland student Union at ii a West Cyan thursday March 20. Jim Doran Star Detroit Lions end will be the feature speaker. Tile goal line club and the mph Gills Pep club Are of the banquet. Plaas for a Chicken Fry were dropped by the club. 1 coaches Jack Spencer Edd Bow 1 ers and Bob Evans were present at the meeting. An informal discus non was held concerning tile local 1 Cage teams. Only ten members attended the meeting. Word was received Here Friday afternoon that mrs. May Lewis of Nichols passed away at 2 pm at tire Jones nursing Home in Muscatine she a 89 years old on nov. 26. Funeral services probably will be sunday. Hie body was taken to the Stevens funeral Home in Columbus Junction her former Home j town. J mrs. Lewis was the Mother of i m s. Harry Coder of this City an other daughter or. Cella Epi log j a f Wichita Kalis is hospitalized following an operation Aud is quite ill. A son n. E. Lewis of Chicago also survives also surviving Are 22 i grandchildren 55 great grandchildren and nine great great grandchildren. Mrs. Lewis was the member i it i her family. Wesleyan mph in action tonight state taxpayer organization from ail s v tons it 1 in country include ii to Iowa taxpayers association it Alii d on jul Igor of today to give the nation a bet Lei tax Structure 1 t up tried by thousands of taxpayers from All walks of life the non political organisations directed their View s to the House ways and Means committee scheduled to end a Mutt the Tong Healing on income 1 Tux revision in Washington today i Brough Carter w Atkin Quot sex e it Ive director of the Connecticut Public expenditure Council Atkins asked the member of the committee to consider to a fundamental principles Quot 1 a income tax i nth Vida i and corporate that Rel Iodus. Rate and principles which will not Handicap ids country in achieving Aud maintaining the greatest Leo Nom in strength of which oui system jul free Ente Pri e and individual j Lucent 1 \ e in capable j by a tax Inlet tire thai leave to the states and dip local gov 1 eminent sufficient areas of Taxa-1 ? Ion and sufficient taxpaying j capacity to enable them to finance i their needs Quot in the poems <>1 inc reusing it tax take from Lex than $2 billion in 1932 to More than $72 billion in 1956 Atkins said Quot the Federal Tov Ammi it not Only to bed it tax rates to unprecedented Heights but at the same Lime extended the application of its taxes to include a i Mast every kind of tax resource the Only major exceptions a Gnu the property lax and Hie general sales calling for Economy in government expenditures and use need for the Federal government to Cooee pirate on National defense while a Tate and local governments i a form the civilian or vices for which they Ait bet equipped lie noted that since the korean War Federal expenditures for defense purposes have been accounting for a 1 artilly decreasing share of total Federal expenditure while the share of i Dural expenditures for other pure is is has steadily increased of. He a id a a the increase in of feral spending has been for defense purposes it a rems quite Clear that we might Well have avoided finding ourselves in the pre out frantic program to catch no a a Takimi Hom a Susan Belard to in shown in county juvenile receiving Home in Linda mar calif., after she Wiota a note to Lier teacher which said Quot Flease take me Home. I will love you very inquiry resulted in Lier Stepfather Joseph Bedard a House Painter being charged with child beating. Into it nationals new Agency established in Pentagon Washington ins a defense Secretary Ned h. Maetroy today named Roy w Johnson electronics chief tor general electric to head 1 americans space program 1 at the Xii my time me Elroy Oili a daily established a new Agency in the Pentagon called the advanced la scan ii projects Agency for handling All future military weapons such As Earth satellites and antimissile missiles. Johnson 52, who has been Vic i1 president of general electric sine 1948 will control All space Piton for a one year period Lin tier a jetting More is rout turn 90 new York Quot fallout detect it a Quot revealed today that people around the would Are eating and drinking Mon food contaminated with deadly strontium-90 ban Ever before. The report from Quot nuclear Blade sleuths is based on a worldwide Survey of strontium-90 concentration Iii human Bones it shows that the eve of the deadly radioactive material in the human Bedy shot up 33 i it or cent during the year ended june 30, 1957 their a poit in Zinc traces Hie eau increase to nuclear science mugs e of this record Mast tim played states 300,000 total number of people pm by railroads in tile United has dropped More than in the Post five years however the experts from Columbia University see no reason for alarm Iii the Rise even though strontium-90 is linked with certain cancel and feared capable of inducing abnormalities in children for generations to Corno. Tile relent to were Calm fur two even with the 33 per it increase hey said the una4 Struntium-90 is Well below maximum p. Nth sible level it tile a out of tile by National Bureau of standards if tests continue indefinitely and fall Quot Ait rates remain the ame a in 1957, by the year 2.ooo the concentration in humans will be Only one fifth of the maximum Perm Biri Hie the Federal government owns 357.210,000 acres of Quot Public Domain Quot kind Iii the 48 states. Three schools discuss reorganization combat units out of Japan the ii a Wesleyan Toots will be after their eighth Iowa conference win of the season against two losses when they meet the Buena vast i beavers at the College gym Here tonight at 7 30 pm. It. Plea a nth i journey. To Keokuk in search of an upset win Over the Strong chiefs. Hie varsity game starts at 8 p m. The j Sophomore game proceeds it at 6 30 pm. Mcmillan is a native of Monmouth and a graduate of Western Illinois Seoul ins a the commander state College. She taught at Camp j of u. S. Army forces in Japan Dis Point 111., one year a closed today that All american army their son John Steven eleven1 combat units have been withdrawn years old is in sixth Grade at Lex from Japan in ton Park my. Comdr Bobbitt hobbies Are Stassen denies resignation reports it. Gen. Charles d. Palmer in an interview with International news ing in business administration Anco chess and woodworking. I service said the pullout was Corn accounting. He will be Able to Ren in it. Pleasant the Bobbitt Fain plated within the past week when Der splendid service in this in Ivy will occupy the residence at 203 the last remaining combat unit an portent administrative position we r. Broad where or. And mrs. Rob Quot so arc very appreciative of the in e. Nelson now reside. Honest John pocket battalion i transferred to Korea. Washington ins a disarmament adviser Harold e Tassen talked privately with president Eisenhower for 45 minutes today and denied that he has yet submitted his resignation. Stassen told newsmen after the White House conference that reports he has been asked for his j resignation Are erroneous. 1 in the gymnasium of the Bonaparte High school patrons from the Hillsboro. Farmington and Bonaparte school districts and adjacent Rural areas assembled to initiate 1 their program for a new Community school District thursday evening Ray Shelton superintendent of the Bonaparte schools opened the meeting by explaining to the group of approximately 50 people that reorganization is probably imminent and that it would serve their interest to investigate he then introduced the Bonaparte school Board. Carroll i Harp superintendent of the Farmington schools introduced the Farmington Board of education and commended the audience on their Good attendance Carl Lake superintendent of the Hillsboro school introduced his Board of education and indicated the service area of the Hillsboro school Theodore Cook county superintendent of Buren county was then introduced by or Shelton and he explained the significance of the agricultural land tax credit by read j my the statutes. County superintendent of schools in Henry county Joseph s. Davis next addressed the group and he stated j. That local school superintendents i should be commended for their excellent aggressive efforts in effectuating a new school District. 2 that the joint meeting was off to a Good Start. 3. That Community schools were an attempt to equalize taxes and educational opportunities in Iowa. 4 that millage would probably be adherence to the Law was necessary Rico thursday have pro Entile lower for Many. Increased for some. And should average 35-40 Mills. 5. I hat careful Iowa statuary ii the new District is to marketable Bonds for the posed new building 6. That All patrons should by coir aged to participate on commit tees. A superintendent Shelton who presided As temporary chairman then asked or. Cook to poll the group for questions and the possibility of formation of a steering committee. It was decided that the steering committee should be termed by representatives from each Rural District and they were named. The representatives were As follows m. A Pohren Wilbur Kir Cherek l. C Vonseggen m. B Boyer Merle Muniz a. W. Bendy Alvin , Belle mum/., mrs. Milo Hood Glen Priebe. Mrs j h Hallam Harold Slaughter mrs b Rhody Wendell Watkins Emil Miller Arden von beg Gen. Leonard Rex Raymond Cooper Walter Meyer Chuck Richardson k Wolf Arden Gray Harold horseman. Paul Grossman Carl Wolf Richard Brown Moore. Carl Melter Jack e. I Beard. D Wallingford Donald Smith Clarence Robertson worthy i Pratt Dean Stocker Dale Boley Boyd Hott Wayne Ross Charles j Siehau Alden Winkle. Byron Church Harold Syfert Junior hover. Knight Hardy. Junior Schmidt j the meeting adjourned at 10 00 for Coffee and doughnuts in the Bonaparte school luncheon department. J direct Ive by Congress. I lie will resign from general electric and Lake charge of the now Agency on april i. But will spend to or three Days n week i his space Job before that time tilts congressional go ahead authorizes the advanced research projects Agency to construct research and test facilities and Transfer funds already appropriated to i the armed services for los own use. President Eisenhower ii a., requested Congress to provide 340 million dollars for the Agency for fiscal year 1959. Congress has already approved to million dollars under a supplemental appropriation tor fiscal year 1958 the Senate has formed a 13-Man committee due to be headed by democratic Leader Lyndon b Johnson la Tex to decide who will have Overall control of spare projects after the one year authority granted the new Agency has elapsed. The new Agency will have revolutionary Powers to enter into contracts a function previously restricted to flu individual services and thereby Lins been a traditional source of interservice rivalry. I Elroy emphasized however that All advanced weapon Devi oped by the Agency will ta4 transferred to the individual services As they approach Quot operational capability Quot the Secretary noted that Johnson will be provided with Quot the most highly qualified scientist w e can find Quot for providing technical direction to his program. The president has ordered or. James it Killian his top science adviser. To formulate recommendations to Congress for deciding the critical Issue of whether ultimate control Over space will be assigned to the military or to a civilian Agency. No loss of life in ship sinking Norfolk va., it ins the Navy 1 a ported today that All 29 persons who were taken from the panamanian freighter St. Elefterio before i Auk 217 Miles North of puerto Are aboard the de Stroyer Barton in route to Norfolk survivors include one woman a passenger. The 5, merchantman in route to England from Cuba with a cargo of sugar Sank with no loss of life after u. S. Navy and coast guard vessels vainly sought to keep her afloat the by. Elefterio radioed a distress Call wednesday night and the destroyers Barton and Boley rushed to her Aid aking with the coast guard Cutter Pandora. Russian envoy and Dulles meet Mccracken j with Washington ins a Russia s new ambassador Mikhail Menshikov met with Secretary of state John Foster Dulles today in an almost unprecedented Rush to present his credentials and seek a conference president Eisenhower. The envoy who arrived in Washington Only late thursday exchanged an expression of Hope with Dulles that Quot relations Between our two countries could be improved both in the interest of our two countries and the whole w orld Quot almost before they stopped shaking hands however the state department rejected in effect a soviet hacked polish plan for a Dencle Aried zone in Central Europe
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