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Mount Pleasant News (Newspaper) - January 10, 1958, Mount Pleasant, Iowa If you miss your news Call 75 City cab Between g 30 and 7 00 p. M. The these Days by George e. Sokolsky thee were so is re i was Reventh Clearing out some old papers to make room for new ones when 1 came across a letter written by a physician on March 4. 1942. It is not necessary to give the writers name As he has a doubt. Edly by now changed his mind. The doctor wrote a a a a. In this article or. Sokol sky. In commenting on Stalin a recent speech makes certain state-1 men s which no matter How Mno-1 gently intended Are nevertheless j grossly misleading and if permitted to go unchallenged May impair a j much needed Unity among the Al-1 his now fighting the aides j i the doctor was complaining about a piece i wrote on March 2. 1942 1 stating lha Stalin was not then j ally of the United states in a vef perilous situation but that he was. Playing strictly his own game which of Couie we now All know thai lie was doing All of this is out to dam and it an mean Little to me to have been proved ight or wrong in 1942. Few of us arc o prophetic that we can foresee the future or so analytical that we never err it seems to be the spec Ial province of the gossip columnists to quarrel Over which j one first said that the marriage Between Mabel a Mignosa and Jack blowhard is not taking but in the less import am affair-., such As. Fori instance the Rise of a new Empire imponderables such As weather or the shifting of continents May influence the Couise of events and change the tides of history. Pleasant news fair vol. 80, no. 8 it. Pleasant Iowa. Friday evening Jan. 10,1958 a Gaea _ by Carrier 3<v per week by mail $7.50 per year Atlas \i1ss1l0 Eisenhower a program draws bipartisan support in r i Workin on the Railroad a 1 his undoubtedly is the first Standard Railroad track Ever Laid in Yie Millan Park. Volunteers arc shown laying the track for the Small Rill read engine acquired Al glad St it lie Iii., and moved to the local Park for exhibition purposes at the old settlers Ami threshers reunion. I he nearly 20-ton engine was a still mounted on the Lowboy truck which had been backed into a pit nag so Itiat the engine Worth is at ground level and could he run off directly onto the rails. It truck cab can he seen at left shown in the picture from left Are Dwight Khz Ellabarger Lyle Burroughs Ralph Shellabarger Lyle Shellabarger William Sater working with crowbar Loyd Peterson Merle Hennessee truck operator and Milo Mathews. Washington it ins p Eisenhower program Foi 1 the Challenge Drew bipartisan support in con Day with both republics. 1 democrats praising him for nigh g the Quot sense of urge 1 democratic criticism of v Benhower s state of the t which Drew More outbursts of applause it and the message was Lutil it Best even delivered by the executive speaker hum Rayburn i called the message the Ever presented by Miki and said he is glad to be 1p Eside tii is alive to w american people Are a about and this is the he Kei dissension ii Mort the Servi. A Rayburn added Quot i Hope h j 8t a rotary of defense Nell the authority to get the a regardless of who stay Lias to go a Wayne Misc Hebert Sain object u 1 might just ,1 declaration of Morse offered in Ore. A As far As the Gen Are Corn earned he Well have read he his comment it the 1 tied was a Sermon of apology delivered it the Wake of a dead adminis a t ,111 bet w Cen iia line was 1 coi Aion of he. I 11 it Walluk i in e e t atari i a a it. Ltd 111 r it lick spectacular fire in liar Rev Iii. Chi ago Ink two Vire d t. Day Fig my Acuilar fire w a ii Calls d tin Troy done win men a spec. In Estt ars a suburb of therefore historic calculations must always be made within margins of uncertainty. However there Are guides and anyone who had read history and political and social history since 1848 might have been expected to recognize 111 1942 that Stalin could not but a True Aliy of the United states and great Britain that in Pursuit of the world revolution he could accept the Aid of the capitalist countries but that from the standpoints both of historic determinism and self merest he would ultimately have of pull away from this Alliance an i go his own Way. This has proved to be True and today soviet Russia and its satellites Are enemies of the United states wanning for our destruction and doing it very Well. The historic tragedy has been to Clofelter says Pentagon shakeup is needed still shivering in Florida poor sub crop i Miami it ins it subtropical j Ida till shivered today 111 freezing weather and new a losses were reported. I one of the worst Winters since the 1890s w As expected to bring additional difficulties to Citrus i growers and Farmers during the night As temperatures again Sank to the upper 20s in the Northern part of the state some 40 degree readings were re to ported in the extreme Southern part of Florida with Miami listing 142 at Midnight. He told Senate i aside satellite freezing temperatures Weir a investigators that there is a a utre petted to Mike another Wallop at Mendouse urgency Quot for a Pentagon the state s Multi million Dollar shakeup to provide unified Dlrec-1citru<�?T crop and what vegetables turn of americans defense efforts. I survived other freeze. 1 to Tran its wore fur roat i six or California Zeph to Stop Here 1 Ati up Nan Washington ins Nelson a. Rock Felt r declared today that the if s is lacking a a single Overall Quot strategy to meet the russian military threat and instead is operating under rival plans of the three armed services. Ami that americans 011 the w Hole ill iterate in marxist literature but full Rockefeller is head of the Moeke of the b Oad humanism of the Bible Feller Brothers fund which i thormities and the ethical and moral ideas j a Mudy calling for an Over a which emanate from the Judiac-1 h us of the defense department. The new yorker who also e a chairman of the presidents com j Mittee on government Reorganiza-1 Tion testified that u. S. Striking Power will be Superior to russians for Quot perhaps Quot two years. He warned that the soviets an rapidly catching up. But stressed i that it is a emphatically not too late to maintain superiority Quot if we me willing to make a by c tort now Farmer killed at col. Junction Beach resort hotels but a Insi get the cold has not dampened the spirits of Northern vacationer even though they can Christian religions rejected too including the Elevation of the Jot go swimming or sunbathing Early the warnings against Russia chairman of the joint chiefs of they rejected them because it was staff to principal adviser to the impossible even for some of our president and defense Secretary most Clever men to defect the miserable nature of this enemy. It was for this reason that the Oss. For instance War so viciously infiltrated by communists. Certainly no one in his senses would think for a moment that general Quot Wil i Bill Donovan could be insensible to the dangers of communism but the fact remains that whereas such an organization As the Oss should have been staffed entirely from Bottom to top by dedicated americans. Congressional investigations of communists fellow travellers and sies bring to the fore increasing number of former Oss personnel. The same is True of the own. Columbus Junction Gas it funeral services were pending today for 36-year-old Lyle j. Moore 1 Columbus who Ottumwa fined on Omvik charge Junction Farmer i was killed w Hen his tractor Over turned on him at his farm. Me 1 was found yesterday in a Field i 1 s brother Burdette after he apparently had been dead for several hours. Improved service for my. Pleasant Over the Burlington line is expected to be provided within a few weeks j c. Harkness. G t agent said Friday that it is very probable that the westbound California Zephyr will Stop Here to let off passengers from Chicago and will ship to pick up passenger to Denver and Points farther West. Many local persons use the train now to come out from Chicago to Burlington but must provide their own Trail it of tation from burling ton to it. Pleasant others drive to Burlington to take the train to Denver and the West it of t. The California Zephyr leave Chicago at 3 30 pm. And will arrive Here about 8 50 pin. Effective Date of the new Ervite has not been announced. Station agent r. A. Maddix said that he believes the added service Wall be much appreciated by local persons. Detailed announcement of other train changes effective february 1 and recently reported will be made soon. There was some Cool i in action however to is k i ii Ower a proposals fur a Steppi foreign economic Aid program a democratic chairmen of end House committees hand Lam military and armed Serva Matt ers were pleased with the in a Dent s criticism of late service re v ally and the disclosure he plans t reorganize the defense system sen Richard b. Russell Ltd it a chairman of the Senate aimed serv ices committee said new leg is i a Tion is not needed for this but Salt Jan Wpm Toa. Mak. J such a request t rep. George Mahon i Tex chairman of the 110u.se military spending subcommittee commented Quot i was very Well pleased with the message and exceptionally will pleased with his estimate of the military situation and his proposals for reorganization of the present military 1 mated Hall million do in the Southern Cluck Harvey. A Motorist w i killed anti an 1 ther fireman w a hospitalized when a fire truck in route to the scene collided with an Auto m a us Urban Titi Holland killed we Joseph Pochopien. 3>, of Phoenix ill. The South Holland Tux truck joined equipment from a other communities in a dim the Harvey d apartment whose House a on a of four building a it damaged us flank communicated alone the 15300 j Block of Broadway 111 the Down to in business j Eire officials mid the fire apparently begun in an automobile Agency next door to the Harvey fire department it at 15321 Brood Way 1 till flame de. Troyed tie i a garage swept through the fire Houat and burned through the upper boors of the station leased1 y the Moose Lodge. The fire also damaged an Auto r apply company end filled a. Funeral Home with smoke tenants were driven from second Fogt or apartments. 1 the cause of the tire was not Hazel Mcdowell to join staff of rep. Sch Wenja Elben a Gator chairman Huv Dunty Republican t enral committee. Announced today Liml Hazel f Mcdowell daughter of i and my i. R Mcdowell r r no 3. It pleasant will imn the see Rem a Ial staff of Congo Milan Fred a Hweih to l Efte Etive february t7 miss Mcdowell a freshman at Low.1 Wesleyan will Complete tie eol Jege a forester before reporting to Beh Wengel it Othle in Washington d c ret duties will be such that via will Wmk in Washington while Congress is in session and Transfer to the District Ottieri in Davenport during the adjournment period. Miss Mcdowell attended it pleasant High sellout and graduated with the class of 1951 sin served As a a it 1 Eta 1 v to Ari Gnu a Girnt in it pleasant Burlington and Denver Colorado before enrolling Al i a Wesleyan last be i i inc dial Fine to have Chicken Fri test a alkyl successful encouraging Cap t in Averyl fla., Dos tic air Force slice. A fully launched its nighty Atlas intercontinental f a the second time in less then by end no it to Lind for. Month t _ out Over tie d Range two. Atlantic in a was decided at the on us at the Sheaff Fiur Day night that the have a Chicken i \ Carh Onil line we Kuisti cult w til in feb i u 1 a v the Date and Slot liven t xxx n set Basil Huston was named chairman of the food committee in Dahn and pm Lutz were named to a committee to investigate the coi Buard set up in the a a a lugh school gym at 1 Teh end Are i ired and tie it Lub is consult ring helping buy the m ii t. V can get s 1 aug financial Aid from other local organi Cati ill., coach Jai k a Pence a Dahn Bob Evam trul Lutz gave run Down on their respective basketball teams Nineteen member attended the meeting. Ins Limiti the giant 50-ton Hilvety project a a was to Quot la erect Jiyto overcast Kies at 10 48 a m it est it and a a a pm 1 a a i in a billowing burst of Range flame. Climbing sure foot do it it sekt d up Speed a to Aros and arched Majhess tidally Over the Oleun with an awesome Roar. Score of observers who witnessed tin from nearby beaches w re Able to follow the glowing Nargo fireball from the missile exhaust for some three minutes b it the 90-foot-Tony, Atlas Dos Tipp 1 red into the Clouds. The defense department in a i Felt a a terse statement saying that the test was Quot successful a a the do Parton it said the Atlas a not fir�x1 for the full Range <>1 5,500 Miles. In formed sources mid it probably travelled 8b0 to 800 Miles. News of the outcome brought cheer to missile conscious Wash Irot n White House news Secretary James c Lugerty mid that when the report was made to pre tent Eisenhower the chief executive said chairman Lyndon b. Johnson 1 a Tex. Of the Shiva to in re it ared Ness subcommittee in it Bing the me Ile Yates let program Xii need 1 it that although the Atlas us not vet operational the test waa a quite i mediately deter loud Stuart Symington Ltd to air Force Secretary said re l 0 Idle Oil Bulgarin competes with Eisenhower youth killed when car Falls on him Robert w. Moore Ottumwa. In in l ined $300 and costs in court Here on a charge of operating a motor vehicle while he was intoxicated. He pleaded Kilty to a county attorneys information. A 30 Day jail sentence was suspended and Moore was paroled to in the amalgamation of our espionage and intelligence activities into the Cia. Headed by Allen Dulles. A Man of knowledge and capacity it was believed that a Way had been found to eliminate the dangers of wrong personnel and failure to recognize the unusual tactics of the russians. It is i sheriff Russell very doubtful from the results that i Driver s License Cia has achieved its goal and the Pur months. Reason is not far to seek. A the difference in mentality i among Peoples is not accidental it says a subs might is the entlr1 history of civilization. It is the difference in thought be eliminate War threat tween Genghis Khan and St. Fran a Cis of Assisi. It is the mixture of j Correctionville it inst a 20-ha.s j year old youth was killed thursday i in correction Villa when the car he was greasing slipped off a Jack i and fell on his neck. Tie youth Gerald Bottjen lived on a farm near Correctionville and Van Tuyl. Was Moore s Burke Dies in electric chair mongolian and Vicli developed character of the Type. Tartar Peoples the Force and present russian Washington ins a rear adm. Hyman g. Rickover said in testimony made Public today that miss Ile armed atomic submarines hid Jing under the Polar ice Cap might and so we went soft and under tim Nett it the threat of War. Estimated and misunderstood who the Navy nuclear pc pulse on the True enemy was and is. There 1 chief also charged that the Bureau fore in 1958, we find ourselves of the bldg a is withholding funds pouring our wealth into West Ger-1 Congress voted for some of his pro Many. , Italy and Japan v. Hic i we tried to destroy and ourselves in preparation for Liat looks As though it might. As the most devastating War in history the War Between the United f t ate and soviet Russia and her satellites including red China. Jets in the current fiscal 3 car. Rickover made the disclosures in Ecret testimony to the Senate pre Parendes subcommittee monday. Mittee Tite today. Outspoken who 1 copyright 1958, King features1 a sneered development of the of Syndicate inc it j atomic submarine said subs Cap Able of firing missiles from under Between 1915 and 1945 Mexico water and safely based under the seized 65 million acres of land 111 Polar ice. Represent Quot the greatest Large parcels and redistributed it deterrent to somebody starting a among 2,135,000 peasant families j real All out London. Ins a europeans welcomed president Eisenhower a state j of the Union message today but were Mure impressed with soviet Premier Nikolai Bulgari no a new Call for a Summit meeting. The perfect timing of Bulgarin s new round of diplomatic notes was Well illustrated in London s morning newspapers. Only one of them gave was working on the ear at the ithe Eisenhower message better Home of his brother Edward. 1 front Page display than the soviet the cause of death was listed As. No s. Revoked la is of cation by the county Coroner. Official comment was withheld a while the Washington and Moscow texts were studied but diplomats speaking privately and newspapers were in general agreement that neither or. Eisenhower nor Bulgarin offered anything new. The presidents firm and vigorous tone was taken As proof that he is asserting personal leadership and his proposals opening the Way to nuclear cooperation and extending Trade agreements were particularly j welcomed. A disappointment was expressed 1 because the president had not been i More specific in his proposals and had not offered a hoped for program of bold and imaginative Steps to reassert the West a world leadership Bulgarin it was Felt scored propaganda Points and bettered his diplomatic position by demanding peace talks and offering to discuss such items As a Neutral zone in Cert trial Europe and a limited Aerial inspection zone. Sen. Former the president s proposal for a shakeup in the defense department t Quot As sound As a Symington who has accused the president of failing to recognize the a Rise of urgency m the present n 1 nation said in commenting on the j Overall address Quot i think it is a Fine message i agreed with it m the main septs Lally the Pait of peace and disarms j ment. Now we will see what the president plans by was of implementation Quot Senate democratic Leader Lyndon Johnson who head., the present probe into the administrations missiles and satellite program said it is necessary to cooperate with m Eisenhower. Quot the president spoke of Security and peace with the idealism which we know motivates him the e Are objectives which stir tie hearts of every american. It must be Nipha j sized that it is necessary for All of it us to cooperate so the specific i that Lead to Security and peace can be found and built into a program of action. Quot in these critical times it is e m tial to fire the nation with let sense of urgency we must have to keep up with the rapidly accelerate my universe Quot Myers monday College station Tegt a is it the Aam it Vuletic committee k a it redly split Over the selection of ii aggie football coach will present recommendations to the bold of directors monday. Indications Point toward either tin hiring of Low. State s Jim Myers or the continuation of the much publicized Wardi for a sult Cut a a or to pan bears Bryant a majority of the Tahj tilt committee reportedly Favoron hiring the 3fi-year-old single wig specialist who just completed his first season As a head conch but a significant minority including committee chairman Jack Mucy of Greenville is reported n favor of continuing the search for a Quot big name Mentor to take Avci a head coach and athletic dins tor both Finney and Price Campbell the latter spoken Ian for the majority viewpoint were out of Ossining. N. Y., ins a Elmer trigger burkes spectacular crime career has ended in Siag sing prison s electric chair a a Fate he once predicted for himself. The wiry 39-year-old killer died calmly and without uttering a word thursday night just three minutes after he entered the death chamber. Burke maintained his icy courage even in the final moments. J Burk died for the 1952 Drunken slaying of Edward it Zoochie Walsh a longtime pal who had stopped him from kicking a Man in a West Side bar. The execution was stayed three i times during Burke s 25 months in j a censored transcript of his re the death House while he appealed Marks was released by the Nib Eom. J All the Way to the u. S. Supreme Admiral court. In dying the hired killer who stood Only five feet seven inches and weighed 130 pounds perhaps carried with him the answers to Many unsolved crimes. Police believe in the United states there is More he murdered at least four persons space where nobody is than where in new York plus an unknown anybody is. This is what makes number elsewhere. I America what it Stein gop Leader William 1�?T know i land Cak a a declared Quot president j Eisenhower under his constr Ami. A a responsibility has forthright pointed out the dangers from communist imperialism to on Security and the peace of the world he has made recommendations to i meet this Challenge j a Congress has a big Job Aln Clit which it should meet on the basis of american vital interests end not on narrow partisan bake my i believe it will Quot i chairman theosore f. Or Ltd d r. I of the Senate foreign 1 ii tons committee called the i dress a a very Good speech which Quot showed that sense of urgency v j 1 All House majority Leader John w Mccormack mass., said he Consul 1 i ered it a a very Fine message almost of tie sort that Franklin d Roosevelt or Harry Truman would give. It is now Urr to to him to the leadership that is necessary two of those critical of the president s message were rep. F blvd id Hebert Ltd. La., and sen to it am t Day and not available Foi j in moment. I aah a president j id wednesday 1 i me would be 1 monday meeting i tied out Thrpo m t. Harrington that Only Myers involved in 1.11 e tins apparently a bitty that other me were contacted this week i Rucker killed near Vinton Vinton ins a truck Driver from Alabama was killed today and h. Driver pinned for More than 10 hours 111 the truck wreckage when he Semi trailer loaded with am ran off Highway 218 about a mde Northwest of Vinton. Tin truck Driver was identified i two i a a. Night i i of Flo la Ala the i name of his a mutant not i Learid immediately j 1�?The 11 Nek Ipi trently skidded on 1 tie frosty Highway and plunged Down a 20-foot Ravine pinning the imy in the Tab a Doe tor was Rush d to the Quot scene along with i several wreckers Benton county Stieritz Edward Thompson talked with the trapped victim who could not be freed j while ilm truck was at the Bottom j of the ditch. Another Semi Trail or was pres id into Seiv Iee to Aid a Wrt Kei trying to haul the truck tip to the Highway so he As is i Aid Ranvei could is removed from the w Reckage Thompson said Dawson want. Not killed in Tan by tur the assistant heard him cry out extent of the j i Jurii suffered by the trapped Man were not determined immedi a atoll. He was fully conscious. Mph Host to it. Madison tonight Gates quits communist party new York a John Gates on of the nation s top communist leaders said today he Lias quit the party. Gates told International news service lie will Quot talk with people Quot and try to form a new party within communist ranks. The 44-Yenr-old editor called a news conference for later in the Day 10 announce his break with the badly split party and his resignation from the daily and sunday worker which lie bossed. Gates has been the Leader of a faction within the american communist party which has been demanding More democracy within the group and less Blind obedience to Kremlin dictates. Says missile fund reduced new crisis in v Venezuela Caracas Venezuela. Inn the government of strongman president m ufos Perez Jimenez a thrown a to crisis today when the armed a m compelled the resignation of entire Cabinet. Judgments entered it f�?T1 a Panther will be 1 m it King their j Ruth win of the s a011 again -1 five losses when they it madi1 m 5-3 in a Little six Cage tilt Lere tonight at the col o am Oam tune ii 8 mph is currently fifth 111 the hop with a 2-3 Mark the blood a Puiul a fourth with a 3-2 record the preliminary Sophomore will Start at 6 30 hearing in court regarding Trust Washington ins a Sena to democratic Leader Lyndon b. Johnson said today that the air forces request Lor missile funds for the present fiscal year was reduced 42 percent Johnson chairman of the Senate preparedness subcommittee at first had stated that the reduction had been made in missile funds for fiscal 1959 in the new budget but later said that he was in error. The senator said he was Quot under the impression Quot that Between five and 10 percent of the missile cutback is restored in the one billion 260 million Dollar supplemental de sense appropriations Bill now be fore Congress. Ame a judgment has been anti red in -. Strict court against t. W Van j a Yearim in the Case of Pearl v. Ankle amp son of Salem for $7,393w. Braden trustee to the old 2a in favor of Central plumbing Welpton farm in the South part of apply co., of Hamutal to. A the county against Janu it Smith it Tel mortgage was also ordered Welpton was held in District court f. Eel sed on equipment i thursday Friday. A judgment for $264 81 was in j the Case involves the establish d against Travis c and Mark ment of a Trust and some deeds put Ker in favor of the household which were executed. 1 1 Nee corp. A promissory note is no ruling has been handed Down inv lived. A Tho Rase. To allow Iowa students to pay in instalments i it a Moines ins the state Beard of Regent decide d thursday in Des Moines to allow University of Iowa students to pay their tuition on the instalment plan. Tuition fees Art $110 a semester and present regulations Call for payment of the entire sum at the beginning of the semester. However. Starting next fall undergraduates can pay about one half of the Money Down and the rest in three monthly the regents also approved a $10 annual boost in dormitory fees at Iowa state teachers College effective not fall. The present dormitory rate runs from $545 to $569 per year

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