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Mount Pleasant News (Newspaper) - January 9, 1958, Mount Pleasant, Iowa
If you miss your news Call 75 City cab Between 6 30 and 7 00 p. it. Pleasant news fair these Days Fly George e. Sokolsky a difficult life Howard Rush More ended it All by killing his wife and himself. It was Oer Hap inevitable in the nature of his inner conflict. What brought such a person into the communist party he was a boy of our Southern mountains but born in the North at heart a Hill Billy proud of his colonial ancestry he once witnessed a Lynching which so disturbed his sensitive nature that he went through life seeking truth and Justice not As abstractions but As tangible visible entities. Vol. 80, no. 7 atm it. Pleasant Iowa. Thursday evening. , a As a my by Carrier 30e per week by mail. $7.50 per year naturally his disappointments were constant almost daily. No Friend measured up to Howard re amp a More a ideals he himself was an enormous disappointment to himself particularly in his later years when driven by Kitchen economics to accept work where he could find it. City manager authorized to prepare figures on local Industrial rate after a lengthy disc Alon on whether the City should Purchase outside Power for incoming Industry the City Council wednesday authorized City manager o w. Wright to obtain whatever assistance is necessary to determine an j Industrial electricity rate and report i have known so Many sex com the results to the Council at his earliest possible convenience. Councilman John Elgar made the motion uni councilman Pliny Walter seconded it. All the councilmen voted in the affirmative on the motion. A number of businessmen and other interested parties attended the meeting. Wright explained that last december a firm inquired about locating a Plant in it. Pleasant. The Plant would have a Power demand of 500 kilowatts per hour on a Short circuit set up. Wright said he told the firms representative that in his opinion the City Light Plant Supply the Power and was then asked about the possibility of the City buying outside Power. The Public works committee of munits who have suffered the buffets of life at enormous sacrifice of Means and dignity and whose tribulations have been beyond human endurance. For having Cut thir ties with their old comrades they were really never altogether accepted by a suspicious society which constantly asked How and Why they joined the communist party in the first place. Howard re More was never a theoretician he never really knew Why he joined the communist party except that As a product of the , lie sought social Justice. A southerner he hated racial discrimination a son of the Bible Bolt he was violently anti religious. He found a berth in the Quot daily workers As a movie critics a lowly Job in which he v As expected to take orders not to think. He quit Over Quot gone with the wind a which he thought was wonderful whereas the party line was to Damn it. Howard refused to write the damnation. The City Supply Power for this Industry or not. The Council was in agreement with this Kennedy later asked if the City was setting up a special rate for the Industry anal was told that to could t legally be done Kennedy told the Council that a Small company is interested in locating Here and wanted to know about rates. He was Trad that expert advice t need i before the Council should change the rate Structure Orville Nesbitt said that once an j outside electrical firm gets a foot hold in it. Pleasant that s the be ginning of the end of the City Light 1 Plant. He said that ill his opinion the Council should Contact experts on the matter and suggested Blacks and Veatch of Kansas City the engineers for the local Light Plant. After the Council made the motion several of those present in the audience congratulated the Council members for their action. Must provide unified c command for stepped up . Defense Effort Back broken a v. S air Foret Tanker plane lies n Flat a swampland its Back broken after running out of fuel Over Miami a West aide. Fou Crew a n parachuted Down the remaining two Rode the Tanker Down. One Wissi irked the o Hei in it Little girl slightly injured when hit by car Mever to run for representative Jhew a Church note hurried i Gay w presbyterians i Lvi National sound Toto construe Ion permits for year total $651,766 Washington Linsi Pretsul n Eisenhower a did today to 11 Road Rale Pentagon in Knip a j pm Ovide Quot unified command tot upped up defense eff left to in re the threat of soviet or err or a Rrt .m.1mvs ills demand he an end to Lutc service Bic kiting highlighted a a i men Tom state it it the Union me. I Sage ill a Tuch he stressed also thu line i s must wage Quot total Peare. N the Best Aii Swei to communist i impel . Addressing u joint session of con t is i disc Howei told tin Ante n an people they will have a m i 11let&Quot it the a v ote fund to pay old age benefits i main tier budget commit r i p it print Ion m 1n a i he legit a and financial Conti i Day approved an apis f $ he ,000 for the with the committee Hue dec they reported the firm had abundant Supply of kilowatts use Here. After he left the party he became an anti communist specialist for the new York journal american. His work was not always taken at his own valuation As to Ify importance but tills can be a Aid of it that he was the first Cne to make a full time Job of reporting on the communist movement. He and Frederick Woltman specialized in this Field and both r to abolished Means to watch party activities almost like a police Force. In fact these reporters knew More about what was going on inside the movement than All government j agencies except the Fri. Rushmore tuns near it. Pleasant and a con the new Council met and discussed _ the possibility of securing outside Elmer r zip Meyer of near Power. A representative of Iowa Wayland announces that he is a Southern utilities informed the candidate for Stute representative group at a meeting dec. 27 that the i in Henry county on the Republican firm is in no position to serve ticket. Electricity in it. Pleasant. J Meyer a graduate of Parsons an Union electric in Keokuk was who received his master s degree j Little six year old Karen Anderson received bruises a bump on her and her glasses were broken when she stepped directly m front of the convertible driven by Don Bors of Tiv Presbyl a a Climax to Uiel meeting wednesday evening men construe lion w u minted $651,766 flt approved in the a building permit total in r the a form of in zone Myers or a Wesleyan College Stu j were pleased to hem the Dent about 1 pm wednesday As ment that the Church i contacted and representatives met from Harvard University was pro an Church us oui it debt -1 l dec she was crossing Lincoln Street from and that it was to bum Vernon to a Juinor High school the note and mortgage la t my i j rounds. J ment in the amount of $4 �0 had j Karen end another kindergarten been made recently. Pupil Keith Mes or were chatting As visible evidence Al the dear t Yea i Grant g and tie i Poi i unit s Nus lie a accented defense i j buildup to succeed and he assured the world and j Russia m Pait ocular that the u h j will always go la extra mile with j. Ii one on Earth d it will bring u nearer a genuine peace through j pm Active Oisin Maxient in an Quot Imperial Ives eight Point i program of action he emigres and the american peo psf the chief ecu Tive warned that w Hile the 30. Fessor of history and government at f j and evidently Karen did not see the org of the hide fed the an Kent Ohio state University froo.? which Myers was driving North Van up m Haim in an aluminium for 1929 to 1950, except while on leave the College at a peed said pan provided for the o. It urn of absence during world War ii it have been la than 20 Miles an i John r Budde i lie while serving in the air carps. He has been farming and now re hour. The or struck her thigh 1 committee touched to e knocking her to the pavement. The papers while members of the Wright then read a letter which Tye Tovatt i hic a a a r 1 a a h to doctor. Slip is a. I find drown a on Turl j�5st.jestmst&Quot o "vnlmo"8t�?~rr a a mid Der a five year contract. I Meyer we a a ctn did the for the Anderson of .08 Velim m the company suited use of the1 a it a a a a Ltd a a a Myers picked the Little girl up and f building Ami a Tinner of 1 Daught however never emerged beyond re porting the whys and wherefore he could not grasp. Anti communism can become an obsession like any others pm a Alty. Furthermore news of the american communist movement became decreasingly important As our Rob lems with soviet Russia Inci ased. Compared with the big boys work Southeast Iowa cooperative exec a Quot a a very Small margin Trie associations 69 Tkv transmission i is the Roll St a Annnus for lha office the incumbent attorney c. Pm. Vance has announced for the state Senate. Line for Wheeling Power. This line Striction would be made of a transmission line to it. Pleasant. Construction of a substation to transform from 69 to 13.8 Tkv would be made by Union electric. The proposal was that the substation be at the present municipal Light Plant but Council members voiced a their opposition to this site. I a in Ien y county school Mas the amount of the Wheeling let is Mel a new London on wed charge to be paid to the s. E. Iowa a nest a evening schoolmasters of county meet the the meal Geode cafe. Was ing out of Moscow the Amei ican cooperative electric association Smy pm at would be in addition to the charges1 the business meeting and pomade in the applicable rate. Such Bram were held at the new London charges Are usually a very Small his the business meeting percentage of the electricity Cost i v As order by supt. C a. Examples were presented to in Ltd a re a president of the Oiga Mza of which Are developed by russians a castrate Cost of electric service in Tion at or a Short business meet a tour method in other c a entries i Der different loads and Load factors. Ing the a program was presented by As for instance the Effort to de j supt Wayne Carter of Wayland on stroy a phase of the american after Wright had reviewed the the . Action in legislation situation mayor Wade Mcbeth the three Levels state. District and asked for the audiences views. J county action programs were Dis Fred Ackerman said that he cussed by the group. Communists were and Are actually Small punks an Extension of soviet espionage and infiltration but rarely with the truly great jobs against this country the most important Economy by liquidating our investments in the Middle East. Whereas Howard Rushmore was an expert on american communism he possessed no expert knowledge of communist theory or its historic development. Therefore he did not grow in his work. He was employed for a Short time by the Mccarthy committee where again he misunderstood the nature and function of the committee. He could not work with others. And so he quarrelled with Many of his old anti communist friends thought the City had enough equip 1 Charles a Rhodes of new Lon ment at the City Light Plant to sup Cion was named to represent the ply the 500 kilowatts per hour the Henry county schoolmasters in the Industry would demand. He said he county organization believes the Council should invest supt. Cottrell is chairman of the Gate further Industry electricity de District action committee. Donald mands but that he thinks the local Young of it. Pleasant Howard ver assistants. Plant can take care of the Power plough of Hillsboro and supt. Publicity and Advance ticket salts demand of this particular Industry. Carter of Wayland Are members m j will be directed by or. Dents Leo Kennedy wanted to know charge of the county action Organ a Jones with mrs. By n Galer t report in plans for band carnival on january 18 the band p Irene met tuesday january 7 at the High school. Mrs Ralph Taylor the president in Sid c d. The group a ecu amps. .1 the coming band carnival to be held saturday , january 18 at the High school. Mrs. Taylor who xxx ill to the general chairman flt r the Benefit Al far asked for reports irom the various chairmen. Mis. Owen Wilson v la be in charge of the general committee consisting of mrs John w Fenton and i s. Guy Stul. Chairman of the gym committee will a mrs. Marvin Patter on. She will be assisted by mrs. A can Carter. Mrs. Carl Register jul mis Stanley Looker. Mrs. Willard Jensen will be in charge of the Kitchen and dining room comm items with mrs Dorothy math a mrs. Roland Moureau and mrs. L. R Peterson a her what kind of a rate the City could give the Industry. Wright replied that the City would have to take a of whom he Felt that they had j plus on the demand charge and a failed to appreciate his compe i plus on the Energy charge in order Tonee and knowledge. Embittered i come out on the investment. He landed on Quot confidential a Maga zone a place where he did not belong by principle by ideals by habits of life. He became defensive and therefore obstreperous. He Robert Dennis a representative of the it. Pleasant industrialization. Ing. J mrs. Harold Knedler will be in. Charge of the chock mom c an i Mittee. Other members Are mrs e. E. Melby or. And mrs. William j Van , and mrs e. H. _ Proctor t j s. It Scotty Dooley has been Warner Russell will have As general manager of charge of the Candy committee Dooley named general manager at beavers Market Board said that when an Industry named considers coming into a certain beavers grocery and Market in an assistance of mrs. William town a Low Power rate is a deter announcement made by Max Beav Sater mrs. Ted ethely and mis. Hated that Job and he hated the f mining Factor. When it is Learned ers owner of the firm. Or. Dooley Eleanor reavely. Kind of people he had to meet. He j that a City can t Supply the Power assumed his new duties today. He stud it co chairmen for originally thought that he might a needed the City is usually crossed was formerly associated with Beav annual mid Winter attraction have been Able to Nee this Maga Loff by the Industry Dennis stated ers in the operation of the meat acc Fenton and Sherry Zine to Forward the anti communist cause. He failed of course and Spring like temperatures in up the Are Stull. Councilman Walter talking about department. I Vicki Lawrence is the student j Church supper High electricity rates paid Here by an expansion program will be Advance ticket Sale chairman while j some businessmen said that he started soon according to or. Roberta Davis is publicity chair does no to see How the businessmen beavers. The building will be on Man can stay in business. Councilman Large and the entire operation will supper Vail be served starting Derrell Goodard said that the City be expanded. 5 . Sharp january 18. The should have an Industrial rate to there will be no change in per sym doors will be open at 6 offer possible incoming Industry sonnet according to the announce Midway entertainment mayor Mcbeth remarked that the ment. Howard Messer will be in which will last until 10 the have been a Prophet. He ended up j request by a firm now is the Only charge of the meat department and variety show will be Given it a neurotic frightened Man for firm Ever to approach the Council Leslie Sadler will be in the produce 8 pm whom life had come to mean Noth 1 since he has been in office and ask department. Ing. As a Friend said a the had for a rate. A a not. The will to he had j Willard Jensen said that he did no to the tin can with a key opener not. Think the City should think about was invented by j. Osterhoudt of tie goal line club will met copyright 1958, King features their own rates at this time that new York City and patented in the Sheaffer quonset tonight Syndicate inc a 1 the Only question to consider is can 1866. J 7.30 . I Pride and Joy were reflected by i committee members and congregation and there w Lis Newt i emphasis in the singing of Quot Praise god from whom All b Ess logs flow after the burning of the papers. Robert Ward had reported that through that it seven years since the j Organ project was started Fol Owid i by remodelling and redecorating expenditures had totalled $44,147 Lefor the we Osk. Only a portion of the amount a actually borrowed it any Given time however. I i other Goon in Ltd Gnu Roll i dancing through the evening ii. Eluded announcement that $2 hit had been received from a the George j bequest and that it had been set aside and invested for it future building fund. This is in and coition to the $7,200 received from i the bequest for us Carillion and i the $3,000 for the fund. An a Ether $5,000 y-4 expected when the j estate is finally settled. The announcements included a j report that the recen every Mem a to r Canvas had resulted i pledge s i m Ever $16,000 towards the $17,325 budget pledges plus lease offerings end income from investments Vir a i tally assure the Chur tii of a balanced budget in the year j reports of in Var Ous divisions of Church activity reflected sail factory financial Sta us it should the noted that one maj Ltd of in i come was the net from the serving d meals at the old settlers und threshers reunion come from i other luncheons and dinners served was Only slightly less. Ralph Taylor led at the corporation part of the meeting id or. Owen Wilson a., the divisions report Section. Triesc men were elected for the Church session a1 i. Be and Emmett Barton Deacon Harlan Molander and Arlo Roth. Trustee Lamm Mila. Nesbitt and Charles sessions the business meeting followed a t c Hult 1 i the City cd Usu a icing. A seventy four build my Jermit e a issued also on moving put fees collected totalled $24h he dec Liik <1 to Issue permits tour and All four up dad to 11 if Board of adjustment of the four were successful i that the Board pen ult ted the in Lazic. Of it i building permit due to a justifiable circumstances. These aces awful applicants were my committees a Pean and Independent school Dia pastor Bricf Midwest old settlers and i the Tiahrt association and George Hart Idoft. The fourth and unsure a fill App att was Arthur Han in the i unit to move a build ing was granted to s. H Ole Den 1.11114 building match to i is. Spends More must also Kereji up program to Esiaba economic offensive a Bat d Kremlin a Gaius the 1 ret or. Elsenhout Allf tor defense it its Mutual Aid i in a mass la which a frus h a s mount i world left open tie sex state but it Arti of social welfare eliminating the to ability that cuts in old age benefits might have to i be made this \ ear a a a a j diet Molly he iln8� retired sch it i teachers whose pensions i Are pot provided by tin Public pm j ploy pensions re today were a sure of pay melt of their monthly chocks Hough 1968. The legislative budget. Uiki a non. Cial control t inter itty Alorat d $300,000 Felt an it fund to pay the $75 a in Atli pen ton a. Over lung of Jee ions front committee member Vii Isle Clarinett Hein Blu an. Like Aid he Felt an attorn by generals opinion should let a obtained first to confirm the Eora a Terv s authority to make the allocution. John Montgomery Dies at Fairfield vote to replace damaged police car with new one polm o d. Dig City Council it ought a new car to replay watch w is a wednesday 1958 $ lie 19h7 by damaged a but of the detente reorganization j word was received Here thursday he Iii a a e a endling completion 011 of the death of John m Montgom Stu lie. Now under was j cry 53. Of Fairfield former Man it was understood that he tends oger of the j. C Penney store Here to favor a team d null Jority for the the owner and manager of the tur Sec Tury of defer a rather bum her hotel in Fairfield. Or Mont ire bang a single child of stuff to Gunier died suddenly at the Jeffer replace the existing joint chiefs it it a county Hospital in Fairfield or Eisenhower declared Quot i am wednesday of a heart attack not attempting today to Pas judg or Montgomery worked As usual font on tie charge of a armful wednesday and became 111 at hta service rivalries but one thing is Home about 6 30 . And was taken sure whatever they Are America to the he spill. His condition was them not considered serious then but lat he said the defense reorganize or suffered the attack and died Tion must provide a Structure John m Montgomery the son of a hah is a whole can assume Rev and mrs. Willis Montgomery with top efficiency and without was Horn in Seaman. Ohio May 16. Fri Elton the defense of 1904 he came to Fairfield in 1929. He Aid Quot the die Csc establish he became the manager of the first men i therefore plan for a Penney store Here. He had been As-1 utter integration of its defensive Socia ted with Tho Turner hotel since i Oti Teer particularly with respect the Early . In an Accident last Wiek the new police club it was purchased from Haworth motors Foi $700. Plus the old car mid the insurance settlement Haworth s estimated tie damage to the 1957 in u i at $97c another Range hire e the damage at $1,20265 and indicate i it would Supply it in u ear for $900, plus uie old ear and Bie insurance settlement. Mutnan Dean con a wanted to i. In bids submitted but the Ether us oilmen a tire of the opinion that would cause a con Sid i Able delay in getting a new l car Hare Burnell Lia wort of said the Dodge Plant would i ave thu new at ready m ten Days to it tie newer weapon now building and under the president said there must lie Quot a Clear subordination of the Mij boy Vii a i a duly constituted Cir v Hail author ill Quot along with Quot As rur Anre that an excessive number 1 Compart meats in organization surviving beside wife is a daughter Ann. At Home one Stater Mary Montgomery Burlington n a and a brother Willix of Fairfield. Funeral service will be held saturday at 2 . At. The Fairfield presbyterian Church with Rev. C. R Douglas officiating. Interment will be at Evergreen cemetery. The body v ill not create costly and confusing f the Hoskins funeral Home a compartment a in our scientific and Industrial he asserted a to Teuy to end inti a service dispute requires Clear o Yaniz Multi and decisive Central direction supported by the tinted cooperation of every individual in tie defense establishment civilian and military t a or Montgomery was a civic Leader in Fairfield a member of the presbyterian Church and the chamber of Commerce. I a mrs. Art Saliman has returned i Home after taking her daughter Joan Back to Northi ind Minn where she is a freshman at Carleton i College. Ail eventually was reduced to the ugliness of testifying against himself of humiliating himself in Public. Howard Rushmore was a sad Mountain boy morose looking for something he never could find. He might have been a poet he might a local office Are now using Haworth s cars which do it u t a police radio in it or any i dec car equipment the councilman except con i a Fth r. That 1957 Dodge we u i be turd up tor at least weeks and then tin police have a a a fixed car it it Oil j in Aid that he hoi Quot lit to a Dould have a Cai which is of shape and that Only a a due would Best scr 11.�?� de from in residents message Goa line notice by Ixos Moines inst a its not quit Soring but temperatures Felt som what like it today in Iowa the Mercury was and d toward highs running into the 50 s in the d h wet and in the 40�?Ts Over the East i pm Flection of the state with lews j a t a pct Quot a to run Lem 9 to �?�01 c generally. How Iver a ome reos i u May not below la freezing Dill ins a following1 an the hip flights of in resident kiseiihow4r�?Ts Stato of tin Union mess Jfe inter Hervee rivalry and Pentagon reorganization �?o1 am not attempt ing today to pass judgment on the charge of harmful service rivalries. But one thing is sure whatever they Are America wants them to buy the new Dodge. Cords a a a. Non the motion Winch a j a recently have had under special study the never end i it a Darrell gut ing problem of efficient organization complicated As it is by nid be Ond Ltd by councilman new weapons. Soon my own to delusions will be finalized. I shall promptly take such executive action As is necessary repaired and in a separate message i shall present appropriate recommendations to the Congress a the defense establishment must therefore plan for a better integration of its defensive resources particularly with respect to the newer weapons. Another requirement of military organization is a Clear subordination of the military services to duly constituted civilian authority strength a a there Are two tasks confronting us. The first is to ensure our safety through strength. We now have a broadly bated and efficient defensive strength including a Groat deterrent Power which is for the present our main Buka Japan ins Navy guarantee against War j but unless we act wisely and today rested their Case j promptly we could lose that capacity to deter attack or Marme but Robert a bar defend ourselves after calling a Parade of 191 to desk rib the former j a at this moment the consensus of opinion is that we a alleged brutality Alv probably somewhat behind the soviets in some areas of Long Range ballistic missile development. But it is my conviction based on close study of All relevant intelligence that i and southerly winds if we make the necessary Effort we will have the missiles the warmer air to Iowa in the needed Quantity and in time to sustain and strengthen the . The deterrent Power of our increasingly efficient rest Case
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