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Mount Pleasant News (Newspaper) - January 16, 1958, Mount Pleasant, Iowa
If you miss your news Call 75 City cab Between 6 30 and 7 00 p. A the it. Pheasant news partly Cloudy these Days by George e. Sokosky thi Akk at revival there Are perhaps a Many As a Hundred a in panties stamping out recording of graft and Small music of everything from medieval masses to Rock a Rou. There Are about 1,000 symphony orchestras of varying size and degrees of perfection. High school and College students Divide Between a Long hairs a and jazz As they used to Between the dodgers and the giants. I recently received a letter from Felix w Sain gig the opera impresario in which he said a we have just returned from a he i in seven week tour of the United states and of die 17 principal artists on the roster everyone was a Young a Merica Singer. Actually of the 7a members of our troupe Only a it w might be termed foreigners the Nice thing about it was that several reviewers remarked what a pleasure it was to see Young singers with fresh voices on the stage before we selected these artists for the tour we auditioned some two to three Hundri d applicants a actually the out�?T.1, t for these operatic artist is very. Limited. Another interesting facet is that in almost every town we visited land we a cities a were flooded with requests fir auditions. Good voice. Too but w hat Are you going to do with them tile audiences t own re remarkably Young. In Corvallis Oregon for instance w had a crowd of 5009 Young College kids most of whom had never seen an opera. They Ware As enthusiastic a Bunch As i have Ever witness o a a ii it better that these youngsters be excited about opera than about gang fights. It is better that they become absorbed in any intellectual activity than just hanging around and music does stimulate the mind and the spirit. Going to the opera is not Only an enjoyable activity it can even become a habit. One listens to the same opera dozens of times and wonders How differently it is interpreted each time. American singers and artist. Are usually not Given to the tantrums that used to be so characteristic of sopranos and tenors although the rally great ones such As c a ruse never tried to attract to themselves by acting queer. The truth of what happened in Rome to Maria Callas we shall probably never know because the Story a been muddled by tiemans press agents a husband the italian parliament Elsa Maxwell and a thousand Eye witnesses. It has happened by fore that a Singer lost the voice from a cold or because he ate crab meat or oysters or something and got a Bellyache. Why is it that in the Cave of the York born Callas everybody except her husband and Elsa Maxwell suspected malingering which is a fancy word for a putting it Mem vol. 80, no. 13 it. Pleasant Iowa thursday a Kim j a. 16, 1958 w a a a min Tab . Hat. .3bmr Quot a Giggus by hairier 30v per week by mail per Yow Ike backs Cut in Price supports a a. A would be lip commission on astronautics prefers deficit to tax increase a president Eisenhower in first news conference since october 30, stated he would pre Fer spending rather than increasing taxes if it becomes necessary to Spud More than hts record $73.9 14,000,000 budget in order to Speed up the missile program while continuing the Domestic programs. It i it or Nab a i Sou n do hot of. Savings and loan elects officers . Sold to h. Mathews at the annual meeting of the insurance plan savings and loan announcement is made of the Sale association wednesday afternoon. Of the restaurant by Roscoe attorney Ben a. Galer whose Calloway to Hugh Mathews. In the term expired a reelected to a transaction Calloway becomes own three year term on the Board of or of the Dairy Creme at the North directors Edge of i. Pleasant on 218. A i thews has been operating the Dairy i Creme in the summer months. Mathews took Possession thursday morning. He expects to continue the operation of the restaurant on Iowa City. Ins rho chairman of a rocket and satellite research i panel of Independent scientists dts closed at Iowa City today that a Bill will be sponsored in Congress j setting up a National commission on astronautics. Or. James Van Allen of the University of Iowa said rep Mer win goad to of Iowa has agreed to in i produce the measure in the House i and that it will be so it snored by sen Lyndon Johnson Dot of Texas in tin Senate next week Van Allen said the Bill was dialled last week while he was in Wash j in ton. I it. A i rep goad said the need for such a measure was evident since inter i Stellar travel and manned spare ship travel would have to be con-1 trolled. He said the end result it the Bill would be to assure the Ade-1 Quale defense of tills country use i Curdy. Normanel be to seek reelection Des Moines Iowa attorney general Norman a Eric of Boone today announced candidacy for renomination and re election on the Republican ticket in the 1958 elections. Elbe 38, completing first term As attorney general. Prior to election in 1956 he served two years As assistant attorney general for the Iowa state Highway commission. Since election Kobe has rearranged the duties of tin staff of the attorney general a office. The 10-member staff alignments now include a research assistant and a trial assistant to exit hate the work of the department these changes have resulted in substantial savings to the state since Coats of outside attorney fees in recent years have amounted to As much As $18,500 annually. 3 departments under ii8-year Olds superintendents established Ltd Jiller v la. Soled Ive service in City Council action j Mill ant s City Aff to . To by. Up Nim nun it i departments re. Put Noble to it the. \ manager und r an Anam an at adept d by the City Council next Aye using no Man can be a City in sue fully tiniest he has Rozij i responsibility for the management and has uie Confidence of City Council councilman i by Walter Xii As discussion of prep wed reorganization it it a d other Council my Tibet agreed i indicated in the unan Mons vol i in favor a the a much of Sci one delusion will in Liui Light Plant Waler service Aud water softener service Char Roppel w ill t a the superintend it another will be the clot Trie in Winch temporarily will or Harlan fold who had reach a he retirement age sometime a it is. Being granted Extension it get period of service the third department will in elude streets sewers Aud sanitation and Park. Exclusive it the swimming Pool Homer in. Mine t will be the rile a a willing Pool and to. Gnu port a in under t he supervision of the City manager and will be operated by manager. I he cemetery management will continue to a under will Fenton who afro is be Spon Ible to the City manager the motion for the a Organiza Tjon was made by Walter and seconded by Dean cd Des. That Hume t the to diem j he motion for t the office of. 111.blk�?T works w i i e Gar and second read i Al Init d to e Utkin chiment Al of us by i my ii r Young men w of have reached their loth birthday rim lug the past two Mon ills have Ilei Tiv til or Margaret Tov. Or at the y county selective s. To i a of la a Reg it i est att i completing six to tube of re Nin i i tie be urn ii by ten Nill allow d a i it i Ninny of them nut urn a o commitment Bills were Stu rid by Vav a methods of s t it trill i Bow my w e re discuss i a .1 Hen Litten. A in in Minnii Ell Stitten i Al sol Hiel from in Sion stat tin the. La i Reg la of i up r it a the elect in of officers e. A poll-1 Hayes who has been president was j named chairman of the Board sue reeding or w. A. Sternberg now of Corona Del mar calif., c. M. J Vance was elected president and j counsel a. M. Patterson vice president Ben a. Galer assistant counsel Walter j. Virden see re i Tao a,.< trea user c. R. Mccur Jok for the Lafit our y ars has not assistant Secretary Lonna r. Crane cashier and Sara j. Upton assistant Casher. Totals of assets and liabilities to i w lift us Iowa Haring that us Owen Over $13,000 i Conn ii n with sewer i list a Ila kens along Highway 34 la t it Star wait Lead Jii at by on third j the it con cording i bile \ 11. J plea Aven a i. I of Slid. T aril it i i Bra tie i tit i Jar i v it min i i la Wes Jam m or Buri group Imri ulms. A p i. Iii i a i a a a a Lila St it i of North i a t jail ii next pm a ant we Hill by James to. V ill a Iowa Toi Jones Bya i be a i Tori Madison riels 4os> West mull. Said Thomas i it Union Sard m a Viand program May become Bia Issue Washington Gas preside Al in Tow i r As ked Conni e today Foi authority to Cut Price supports kill the my Bank a acreage Reserve tilt Rrthur term program not i in arly $20,000 of <1 in Miriam has bean a Al n the tetters which w i May r Wade la and by r met in mph Smuts appeared let of to i to e 1 on Nell to ask in the i nil c i wording some of the City Ane a the. A i Sui Alice picture a u in a d and a committee ii an ted Tibu Elgar i it Titi Tau and i a ret Wilcox to hot a or r i a p a tit of a Survey recoil try completed route too Vav pm in ant by x if Tehran aint i Chan ,207 North Aid James Iti-5 it re oui tit walter701 plea. Ant Daria. I i plea ant Winfield i l ii ill Laid. It plea ant Mill lip Brooks Hoaglin Washington i. Is r r barn it olde Ami Himi Ute ant pie ant Maili r trim on Lynn Jay it it a Stit Ray Manning Roger de in route 3. Way Ford the East Side of the Square with the same personnel which has been employed there he said Calloway who has operated the announced ids future plans i j. E divine local photographer i recently purchased the residence a where the galloways reside on Dulles voices w Arning in speech on a As they used to say when the j m up $4,183,198 at close of the i North main Street. Reports disclosed. Reserves a increased substantially Little girl banged her head on uie a Floe of totals w Ere k pin it them in excess of the i Gal requirement. Callas As a York girl seems to have gone More euro can than the older europeans. The romans showed their contempt they got another Gal to sing a Norma a and turned Calla Down cold when she even threatened to sue to be permitted to sing. Such is the Way of music in is if Lily Pons or Roberta Peters Sang off key an a Merican audience would be forgiving but Callas has got herself All fouled up in temperament which us the external expression off the Mage of insecurity in the stage. In this country audiences usually give the artist the Breaks. We in for hissing and boo Mccabe named to state committee Washington Gas of state John Foster Dulles warned today that a a a Summit meeting with soviet Russia that failed to achieve genuine peace agreements could be a a fatal disaster a Dulles said that such a failure a could intensify the cold War and make More Likely unit it. Would turn into a hot stocks rally then slip Back the Council voted us Aninious it to abolish the office of superintendent it Public works and to employ Theodore Hume who hits held the position in trite preparation of City maps and charts salary a reduced from $590 a month to $450 a month. He will be responsible to the City Maii agn hut in already has a Good Start on the preparation of Tho map showing Utility and sewer lines location of various junctions and tile like. He a so has Bren serving a Secretary soiling administrator there was considerable do us inn of the position its Imit Ortance Ahot the importance of zoning ii a longtime basis and to Stele appoint there was no indication i into Lilin Saker on la half it tic Archery club which lie and p c by to Are organizing a Ket per no i ii for use of the shelter Home at i million Park the use Quot i the w Wing was granted under Tho usual arrangement a d Lim night on ii reservation basis major Wade my Beth read a Tetter ii in a finn seeking an Buhls trial location and Auld lie would to ii the letter Over to Robert Dennis executive Secretary of us Industrial Board. Hugh Mathews now operator of i of restaurant was granted cig Aret p Emit by a ii a r o w i ight reported he had no report yet on p veer rate Structure changes after it report from City treasurer Arthur Rommel the Council voted the Tran Fer of $500 from the liquor profits fund to the general fund to Kip it. Out of tile red and the a it a $2654.12 t i tile pub he safety fund. was at 9 15 p in objectives of the City Council statement read at the Council Nuet my wednesday evening apparently receiving general approval by the Council members. And believe plane a rushed in Ocean James District diversified invt tors manager has been appointed a member of the Iowa Surv Icem. A a ballot commission by gov hers Che love in. S. Tin1 Secretary of state is chair Yolk. Ins stocks rallied vigorously today in Wall streets initial reaction to reduced margin requirements hut prices i later slipped below their Best Levels. Honolulu ins a the Navy re j Ine Secretary of stare is Cnair a the reduction of margin require Man of the five Man commission ments from 70 to to per cent Over i such changes from time to time the City Council with the approval of the mayor and City manager will authorize the publication of proposed future programs major changes in organizations changes in be Lime. Changes Iii procedures and til result -. Anticipated or realized from charge. Only cases which Are hot satisfactorily handled by a superintendent May to referred to the City manage when the installation of water or electric service is required the applicant must fill out the necessary i form at the City Hall. I All equipment and material owned ported last night that an air Force b-29 weather reconnaissance plane with a Crew of ten was believed to have crashed 600 Miles North cd Guam. Winch has jurisdiction Over Absentee ballots for servicemen. Composition. Insurance and other details concerning the ballot. Come the Navy said the plane prob-1 tinder tin ably the Ocean near the cent i Mission of typhoon Ophelia. The plane was last heard from at 11 30 . Honolulu time tuesday when it Ivas near the Eye of the typhoon. I the plane failed to make later scheduled position reports. Give do not go big the Way the y do in Europe and artists who hire plaques to applaud them Are regarded As bad characters. As a matter of fact practically everybody is applauded Haa search plane which left Andersn the general Assumption that this1 supervision of the com Mccabe has been prominent in servicemen a affairs the last several years. Drop 2 trains Between Burlington and St. Louis son a Force base at Guam to1 Hunt for the missing b-29 was unable to penetrate the typhoon and was forced to turn Back. Pacific Fleet Headquarters at Pearl Harbor said a radar equipped get a reputation of i super Constellation and a destroyer being regular. Then she will get escort both based at Guam were applause without tantrums. If she sent out later to search Foi the has a bad Day f weather plane. They i a is a touch chore and give the Little j a big hand it might be suggested to Calla. That the bist thing to do is to play it straight for the next year or two and to i by the City Hall will be inventoried came a variety of depressing bust j effective at once Iii an Effort to of 10lh by departments Ness news including a fourth i increase efficiency reduce Dup Tea the inventory will include Coal straight dip in Industrial product j lilt it not it Effort and thus realize Cion we t Able. Trucks mowers graders Mother monthly decline in homies by better use of Man Powers Nau took it to operational to operational functions shall be cd of expense and materials i video into specific categories herein purr fled during the current year after called departments it is sell evident that no business or government organization can operate efficiently without management As signing definite responsibility to dependable employees willing to accept assignments. This of course include responsibilities assigned by the City auxiliary to collect clothing for needy children Foremost among organizations cooperating with the fluid federation in Olli e us used Loti ring for the needy Uteri n i tile american legion auxiliary i ast Yea 600,000 pounds of clothing and More than 92500.00 to help defray shipping co twas collected from auxiliary units throughout the nation the a v c the children federation s Prog i in in it hem appalachian Mountain arca helps to keep you i Gate i. In Sci tool with Bisti ibo tin of clothing through have the children clothing centers in d Ilia. Be. Kentucky and Virginia hire clothing is available at a very Low Price to those poor but proud people struggling to maintain their self respect it a is free of charge to these who cannot afford to pay. A stockpile of clothing is also maintained to meet upon request huh a ii a both at Horn and abroad mrs Nellie Schmidt president of the local american legion auxiliary unit urges resident desiring to assist with this project to contribute serviceable used clothing such As sweaters Low heeled shoes pants dungarees mittens and other Appal Al for children hidden away in clothes closets. Packed in trunks tucked away in Bureau drawers May be a treasure House tor needy children. Mrs. Park Cornic and or Harry Zink unit child welfare chairmen state infant and adult garments Are also acceptable. Your discarded but usable porn Ihram to uncut. To Deal with what be Calla in a revolution in die i eat ent told Congress Iii a special i Arm message that a tins i mat is done if Farmers Are to obtain the markets and prices to keep them prosperous under present Day conditions program will have rough a Ald tug in Congress and probably ten into one it the big political i ne., of us year s connies Sinai i Testa ii Campaign i he key Lequoi t in the president s a age Vav is Foi authority to lower p ice support floor and raise acreage allotments for 1050 crops the president asked for Power to it support rates for Cotton Corn wheat Rice tobacco peanuts and Hilt y products anywhere Between us and 90 per put of panty the Yard silk of fail1&Quot farm prices. The preut. Support Range is 75 to 90 per Cut und there is no a yes i Ltd Latoi clause requiring supports j to go up As surpluses go Down or. Eisenhower asked for elimination of this sliding scale so that support Levels can be set where the agriculture Secretary feels they should be. The chief executive sought Anthol by to increase acreage allot my Iii by 50 per cent for 1959 crops i til till this would be done Only ii support Levels dropped. Corn allotments however would la scrapped up grounds that Farmers ignore them to help Farmers Cope with a the sometimes harsh consequences of their own unparalleled ability to produce Quot Arri still preserve free and the family farm or. Eisenhower Calls of Btl i it Hen lug of the Long i Ange conservation Reserve program f the Sod tank but elimination of the year a a time acreage Reserve Giogi in after the 1958 crops Arr Barye ted. The president said that a the number of banners Par Trie Pat a g in 11 58 is Likely to Bilow anyway because of limitations that Congress imposed on the extent of Rai l input Ion by any one farm in the acreage Reserve re of the Price support gauge and a boost in acreage allotment because a Price supports have Chih meaning to a Farmer with Little to he said a there Are Large numbers of Rural people who not benefited from Price supports a mainly he said they Are mall Farmers who have been a put it a competitive disadvantage by the Onrush of Faun technological mid other economic authority to calculate Cotton Price supports by a tile average Quality of the crop Quot rather than by Tho existing basis of a a Grade that i far below the average clothing May bring warmth to Cotton organizations say this w Ould Hon personal Bigorne and reports showing lags in freight car loadings and Auto output. Des Moines Man Accident victim Algona it inst a 49-year-old Chicago hi., the Burlington j pea Moines Man. Robert Edward of ounce to the City manager who route is discontinuing the catches a old or has a in co be will replace her a i. I ways do. Somebody will my part even it it is the wonder a Eleanor Steber from Wheeling West Virginia who Steps in at a memento notice to save the Day. It shows however hew important opera has become. The quarrel b it Tveten Callas and the Rome opera ran front Page in All newspapers like a murder or a sputnik. Copyright 1958, King Syndicate. Inc most it. Pleasant a a f a Quot 1 m Quot or 1. Jul stores Are open Escapee picked up on Friday nights is discontinuing two trains1 Pace was listed As one of Iowa a operating Between St. Louis. Mo.,latest traffic victims today. End Burlington la., effective feb. I he was fatally injured last night j. J. Alms general passenger when Semi trailer truck went traffic manager wednesday said out of control bounded Over a the step was an Economy move be ditch and two parked cars at the Junction of Highway 13 and 169 a mile North of Algona. Sheriffs deputies said Pace apparently kidded before losing control of the truck he died a Short time later in an Algona Hospital. Cause the two locals. Nos. 43 and 12, have been losing $100,000 a year. The Road still will have two i Ains in each direction Over the same route. Features i need someone to love and Kathy is the Cirl for me. We Are 1 by Happy. A Bing Crosby and closed at regular week Day closing time on saturday nights. Keokuk a John Malloy 36. An Escapee of the state mental Hospital in i. Pleasant was returned to Hospital official by sheriff h r. Dela Hoyde wednesday morning. I Del a Hoy de apprehended i tuesday night at about 6 30 in the Vicinity of tenth and Des Moines streets in a drunk and disorderly condition. Malloy had been free has been j from the Hospital since last March. Thormities. In turn must select capable men to head each department. Since the manager will be responsible for the various operations no councilman shall make commitments of any nature to any citizen without the approval of All the Council mayor and City manager. The names of the men assigned to each department Are published elsewhere. Under this division of responsibility each superintendent will be delegated specific limited authority to approve expense and make Pur _ chases of material under an a City and county officers have proved voucher system. This will been asked to help locate two m give the City manager a better pleasant Rural Young persons Wil control of expense. Malloy Bur Williams and Evelyn Rice who except requests for the inst Alia have been missing from thee Homes lion of w Ater or electric service a1 for several Days. Questions and complaints involving a radio Alert concerning them problems under the supervision of put oui by county a j the various departments must be referred to the superintendent in trying to locate local boy and girl i will then be established for each i department and comparisons made i with actual performance and with Pilot years. These will provide manager with data to permit close control of operations and pupate performance reports As will in requited from Tope to time by the Council. Inc City Council mayor City manager and the department head i will make comprehensive and de i tailed ladies of each department to determine it additional change arc in died thai will improve Ope tim my with the intent to reduce i it p a a a ment operational Cost and it a in mind our one objective growth of the City so that a realistic 1 pro am can be developed not Only Foith pre Cut but for the future As Well As studies Are completed and conch. In Are reached appropriate not in will be published in the it. Plea ult news. A child nipped by cold. Comfort to a kindly Home . From flood or tor i Nado of Aid a Mother shielding her baby from wind und rain. Anyone desiring to give clothing a. Ii ave them at the legion Hall. Voting for King and Ueen votes Are being cast throughout tin., to the Kina and Queen of the it. Pleasant High school band carnival. The different classes nominated their respective King and Quern nominees last thursday mid voted for the two with the highest votes for class candidates. Finalists tor the four classes Are seniors stun Taylor and Karen Biggs. Juniors Raymond King and sue Meghan sophomores Stuart Wright and Dei reduce supports on any Grade of Cotton a cent or two a Pound. Allow he u s. To dispose of another one and one half billion dollars Worth of u. S. Farm sur Lily in countries which pay in i then own currencies rasher than Iii dollars. Extend the National Wool act. Which guarantees sheep growers an income now set at 62 cents a Pound for their Wool. Add two members to the five Man commodity credit corporation advisory Board and empower it to advise the agriculture Secretary on Price supports and acreage allotments. Allow the Rural electrification a a operatives to borrow Money from private Banks and otherwise a broaden Tho source of funds Quot for the Rea. Cut out payments to Farmers for Short term projects they do Knific agricultural conservation it a reported to county authority thursday morning that the padlock to the Gas pump at the sell Xii garage at it Union was Broi l n off and 20 Gallons of gasoline taken. Ann Cowen freshmen jew Riepe and Mary of Connor. Small Cash is being crammed in jars at a rapid rate As class members vote for their respective candidates winning two will be announced at the variety show saturday night at 8 . And will be program. Continuing the special school milk program. A greater state participation in drought and Oiler disaster Relief programs. Or. Eisenhower described lits recommendations As a a farm food and fiber program which will As crowned As King and Queen of the a St our Farmers to adjust to to-1958 band carnival. J Day s rapidly changing
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