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Mount Pleasant News (Newspaper) - January 18, 1958, Mount Pleasant, Iowa If you miss your news Call 75 City cab Between 6 30 and 7 00 p. it. Pleasant news colder these Days by George e. Sokolsky m Vav Jersey politics the it uie of new Jersey is different from any Oiler state in that a part of its population works in new York another part in Philadelphia. Its Industrial cities Ach As Newark Passaic Paterson and there Are Many More Are constantly growing and its bedroom towns to which new yorkers move Are increasing in number and population. Politically the state used to be Republican but in recent years it has become democratic. In fact the my t powerful so called big City Boss developed anywhere in this country prank Hague was a Jersey democratic satrap. It is a state with Largo populations of poles hungarians White russians and Oti Irr former europeans. Like the Republican party in n a Yoritate the republicans in new Jer by have become torn by internecine strife Between mod a is a represented by senator Clifford Case and the pre-1962 re publicans Olio have been voting democratic Ioc Aljy thus helping governor Meynor in the last election to enjoy a run away Victory Lite pre-1962 republicans in new jars y b la eve As their counterpart in new York believe that ii they have to vote a Radical they would prefer him to be in the democratic Par a. New jerseys senior i. S. Senator h. A and a Smiths term is up and he has wanted to be re elected. Although he i 77 years old by no stretch of the imagination can he be regal did As aged since senator Given of re de Island is 90 and can Cha Cha for Long and arduous Horn. Maybe Green possesses such gifts because he is a Bachelor. At any rate Smith who has regularly served the Eisenhower administration faithfully was declared to be too aged in favor of Bernard Shanley who was the presidents so rotary and resigned that position to run for Smiths. Shanley either miscalculated his strength or the value of the presidents name but his candidacy has net built the momentum that had been expected. Furthermore. Tin Republican leadership of the state had anticipated that by joint action of the two United states senators. Smith and Case and the state chairman Samuel l. Toddle if Shanley could net be put Over Mir would b Able to Call off All sorts of other candidates and instead nominate representative Peter Frelinghuyse jr., who is an Eisenhower r publican and comes of an old and distinguished new Jersey family. Such a move however is not Likely to succeed As there is such Strong grassroots opposition to the Republican leadership in new j. Ursey that several unexpected persons Are presenting themselves As candidates in r the nomination of United states senator in Smiths place among the most Active of this a is Robert Morris who is i signing position As counsel for the Senate internal Security subcommittee. Morris has held judicial office in new York state but comes of a new Jersey family j with d p roots in that state. He is actively campaigning As a con 1 Serva Tive Republican with a Iona i tory of anti communist activity As counsel for congressional committees. Morns is making an energetic fight for the nomination going directly to those who Are Likely to vote in the primaries and rekindling Republican aspirations. To is contest is interesting because it is developing into a clearcut fight Between the modern re i publicans and the pre-1952 re j publicans on a Bash of principle and strategy. Perhaps the greatest strategic weakness of the Republican party both in new York and new Jersey is that the acknowledged leaders have lost Contact with the party a supporters who Hake in a Large measure been j away during the past five i y ars. During the Roosevelt and tru a Man administrations these republicans had targets which they could fight and against which they held local lines. Since Eisenhower became pie id it their have been removed and All can do is to grumble. Many i Way from the poll Many for local Democrat a a. Vol. So no. 15 it. Pleasant Iowa saturday even in a Jan. Is 11 58 Quot of it a Sam. By Carrier 30 per week by mall >7,50 per Yea investigate y out 1 organization _ travel picture on a Canada a announces Stember slip of inc associates group has earned an enviable reputation in the past 16 years As being one of the nations finest photographers. This latest production is said to be one of his Best. It is a succession of colourful scenery and delightful people famous cities and unusual occupations historical Sites and thrilling action. It starts in Nova Scotia on the Atlantic and follows the route of the trans Canada Highway which will be completed in 1959 it ends in British Columbia on the shores of the Pacific. The Beauty of the film is enhanced with the Best in i Fidelity music and unusual photographic effects. Indian kor tension mounts in North Carolina spot lighted the combination of Isabel mood and two dalmatians makes a spotty attraction for Hie 4mh annual san Francisco dog show. Miss flood will present one to tile trophies. International sound photo Van Allen stresses satellite As space information tool Maxton n. C., ins tension mounted in Maxton n. A. Between the Croatan indians and the local Kun flux klan which to stage its a hate integration rally As scheduled tonight despite warnings of possible violence. The Indian who comprise a third of the Robeson county population were reported ready to use Force against klansmen who earlier in the week burned crosses in front of two Indian Homes. The Rev James Vav Cole alleged Leader of the Maxton Kkt said he would demand Federal troop Protection if the reported Indian uprising against his organization materializes. Robeson county officials said the indians Are a really stirred up a Over tonight a rally and added that the Kkt has advised to cancel the proposed affair. Reports have persisted that the Sale of arms and ammunition have skyrocketed. Iowa City Iowa the Earth satellite is a new and major tool m the natural Extension of mans knowledge of the universe James Van Allen head of the state University of Iowa physics department stressed Friday. Quot space should be much More than a Battleground for competing military Powers. It should be deed As a vast and unexplored Region where we can do something worthwhile in a Long term Way for real human Benefit a or. Van Allen said. The Iowa physicist is chairman of the 27-scientist rocket and satellite research panel who e recommendations contributed to the drafting of legislation for a National commission on astronautics. A Bill proposing establishment f such a commission was prepared by congressman Merwin Coad d. Iowa my introduced by him this wet k in the u. S. House of representatives. An intensified spare research program a should pay for itself within a few years a Van Allen continued citing some a a very solid prospects for improving communications and achieving Long Range and econ Emit ally valuable weather forecasts in the i960�?T v Ai or in now lie Aid we May very Well have satellites sen try the department of i it a a i h orge a m it Iroll it it w it j Iowa chairman of Hie a it a Vav Ley a ii College Hoard of i announced today tile to a \ member of t he Wesley a a Lutes the advisory g cup u its la St meeting tin so Avn in the John Wesley h i a to it Union on the Cami a or Janie a Van alb a w Sleyman a Hirmis and Hati 1 estate University of i a p Iasi. Department will it a a Lite \ member of the net tonal foundation s technical pm a the Earth satellite Pun an. In \ n Allen is also chairman of Iii a Hama i working group or i u i instrumental Ion Fot the a Moons i i those to Date who Luna i. Cut no i membership in t lit a. a \ i j socratic a it a i ii Homer i id i j Lam physician and sing it a of the i Cheillan clinic Mon Mai o a i Awbrey editor. Bui Bui Haw k i Eye t Laze in Burlington i in a i Vav Baxter. Attorney. Siti oui Baxter. Burlington c Marion i i ton coca cola Bot tin Manv j Burlington haul n Imai i inst if son Bros Din Pompan 1 Burlington in Dent a Phi went. The Leopold company. Bur Ling ton George l Loami blam manager Sylvania electee1 to ducts. Inc burling in o it m Dermott president Salt ii i s mum Keur Burlington. Dune i mor a Gam Dane d to can Auh a a a i j ales Burll Igloo Harry i Murray i president Hawkeye motor com 1 , Bur Ling ton a Hod ii ated Van Allen said that the Short j frock. Attorney. Pryor Hale flock term military rocket missions of j Riley so j me. Burlington Milton the armed services Are vitally in i e. Sandell president. Bennel to i portent but that the Broad cultural scientific and commercial goals of spice and upper atmosphere research should become much More important in the Long run. He added another reason Why the u. S. Can to afford to lose Leader Tup to Russia in the physics and technology of the atmosphere and beyond a if soviet scientific journals should become the ones that count in these areas tile u. S. Will slip into a second rate position in world influence regardless of How Many ballistics missiles we have a he said. John a. Kellogg taken by death company Schramm company Kenneth link Belt Burlington the j 8 Bui Ling ton t. Rudd to spi t Dei company James a Schramm la Ding All hotel Ottumwa Robert i Foster vae Persat it John to n d and company Ottumwa t \ vol it Wen Berg president Low cube g fakery inc. Ottumwa Max von 8 hinder president Luton Bank and to list amp buy it ii i ump i ii ii Mccleary menu Ery trimmings t ump my. Inc. Warn it it a Denis h Thady Altone a . Calli Hill .1 1 a ii it flu Tat in Sci Ului y. Chicago James e Edwards i . Prairie Farmer a Chicago 111 Vav Good u la pm Uli it title and to id company la Ronald m Kiin Lia Lent con lentil Illinois tin co., Chicago la. W Callum pie Dent John and company Chic ago it j , manager radio a via a Chicago 111 John m Tittle to vestment counsellor Stein to j Farnham Chica in t t ii Ulkei presi vient Vav to it Han a a id in i and Lite Foin Pany i in Eoln Rieber. Charles r tri Saehmann York n a haul a of Bryan attorney. Dow to lines my Washington d Illinois official i o speak at a t annual banquet r a i t exp Cut in e ii ii Hof a Ixia will be ther of he annual Jaycee a rut tand to Aud Bosses night rapids Walter Dent. Colonial Cedar rapids it it ut., Iowa soot Iii Pony. Centerville president Clinton company Clinton executive vice pro Junction state surer Cedar m big in. Pie i baking company i Mann i est in it Litie comic j Wagner Corn i occurring ii lice Huston Siden Columbus Bank Columbus new London John c. Kellogg 76, retired Farmer living five Miles Ruth of Yarmouth died in mercy Hospital Burlington Friday a veiling. He had been hospitalized for 78 Days. John Charles Kellogg son of Amanda burkes older and William j Kellogg was born Island. Nell August was married at Danville on March inf As relay Ablations for Quick and 15 1904 to Alta Elizabeth Hunter Register new motor vehicles the following persons and firms j have registered new motor vehicles j at the county treasurers office in the courthouse. Where no town is 1 t listed person or firm is from of. Pleasant. Cars Rodney e. Thornburg. Ford Joel Ralph Wehr Winfield Pontiac Harlan Erickson Pontiac Ervin motors Buick Jean Megorden targets i Dodge Merle l. Hennesey new they London Ford William t. Fye it. J stay Union Pontiac Dwight d. Smith vote i route two Dodge Emmett d. Bar a ton. Rambler Lewis i Nebel Way efficient telex a to and Tele phone Calls Acray the . And a a reliable forecast for instant that next summer would be very wet in the Early part of the season and very dry Iii the later part would be of inestimable value to much s. Agriculture and com he pointed out. Done to know enough now How the atmosphere works 1 a to Chart the movement of hurricanes and general Wea tiler patterns. But with a satellite serving As a space station and surveying i a wide Range of latitude and Longitude within a Short time wre should be Able to plot developing patterns of Cloud covers Over tire Earth Quot lie said. Of u. I melt a a we t about who predeceased him Jan. 14, 1948 he was a member of the shifter a Tomb la amp a presbyterian churl at pleasant. Grove. He had resided on the prevent farm 88 years. Two daughters survive mrs. Oldford Tucker of Yarmouth and mrs. Harold Lee of it. Pleasant a Tao five grandchildren and one great grandchild three Sisters mrs. Tile Iowa scientist added that John Warth miss Mattie Kellogg both of new London and mrs. J Charles by an of Sperry and one a brother Earl k Hope Winfield. I two brother i exile and Frank j Kellogg Are deceased. Services will be held monday at j 2 . At the presbyterian Church 1 at pleasant Grove the Rev. Donald Sweet officiating interment will by in the pleasant Grove cemetery. Junction a la. Howard retired executive of w a sheaf i pen com puny it. Madison i r 1 Feightner physician it m Ion i Hii i sheaf for vie p 1 ident International operation w a sheaf or pen company it Maili sen r. A Fleck Fleck feed my Grain company Vilidum c. R. Atwell president it i ant bunk and Trust company i i Lea sail John h Birdie i Aln Hemy county savings bunk i pleasant c a Cottrell i Penn Trident of schools i. Pleas int do William h. Megorden Phy Arian near grand an it i surgeon i pleasant state 20, 18 81. To representative Clifford m Vance attorney it. Pleasant Donald j Bell attorney new Londot a no w. Sanders vice president Iowa Illinois telephon1 company new Ion Don Paul l. Mercer manager. Union electric company of Masou Keokuk a l r tic ton technic d director Dryden rubber Divi Ion Keokuk e Paul Allen Plant manager John Deere and com pan a Ottumwa Carl m. Bellanger by. I John Morrell and company of Tom a o. A Clark manage Community concert directors officers elected the Community conceit met la 1 monday and elected Hie following Board members for the vial Lois Newburg Robert Rickman. Edna Michener Helen Hallowell or. Louis Haselmayer Lyle Shellabarger mrs. Ingmanson mrs Herbert Jones or Davis Rudolph Rekey Vair Boshart mrs Paul Thayer mrs a. W Nevers. Mrs then Kickey mrs Evelyn Traut. Mrs Blan Oal a. Mal Allelic Eye or. Owen Wilson and or. David Price the Board elected the following officers president or. Price Vic president or Traut secret Ary miss Hallowell and treasurer i. Michener membership chairman mrs. Traut. Ii was decided to have the membership Campaign during tile week it feb. La. Expect House to vote debt limit Washington Gas president Eisenhower a request for a Tempo j Ary five billion Dollar boost in the Federal debt limit is expected to be approved by the House on tuesday. Round up youths after rank threat senator Dies Washington ins a sen mat thew Neely d w added today ii Bethesda my naval Hospital after a Long illness he was 83 nears old. Mayor not improving the condition of mayor Wade m til the ill from pneumonia at a Quot mortal Hospital was reported As lightly worse saturday relatives said. Held wednesday Low a Vav. It \ la Nion. Rile Jay 1 it have combined the o y m banquet and to sex night my will ii not t Ive or employers and j win who throughout the year make rom evil a to allow diem to participate in the Many com in Unity pro Joe to that help make i up a it Otic of t he outstanding cities of the state. Robert i it Rook Springfield Iii. Executive vice president of til Illinois a it nation of real estate beards a been w la the a cola to i n since 1056, in 1 a King Over this assignment Cook lift tin taxpayers be Der a Hon it Illinois where in Laid served for six years As the Public remit cold Ion. Director. He has a1 a been very Aelier in the Springfield Jay a e. Serving in various capacities and in the state Jayne organisation win re he agreed a Secretary treasure and 1h to t a state Prest Dent in 1955 took was elected vice pin it of the United state Jud lot chamber of Commerce and in june. 1956, la Wax a candidate for National pre Doitt he was one of three finalists for this position n a i n ballot race which took place in a Muu City to. Cook also s Roveri As state Secretary for till Illinois citizen committee i i ii inc Hoover la 1 tort and Ware a possible for the statewide Cam j a turn w hich was sir on fully i we Quot f during the last session of Congress i in his Caje icily a executive vice pre id it of the Ileal estate association conk is res a no Hie for ii t it w Ide Mattens affecting the 50 b Ani in Illinois. There a currently a Hoo malt ars Rei it rented in Tho a soc Latten. B it t a is a Veteran of three v Ai in world War ii and two cats in the korean War and was released from Active duty As a Navy lust Maut a graduate of win at n College he is married has four children and live. At 3815 Lai of drive Springfield Illinois. New Yolk Insi four More members of a teen age nazi bund to i by an unmatched with. Hot setup plot were rounded up by new York police today and an hive turn Hon was begun to determine How w Ide proud tile organization j really was Queens District attorney Frank n of Connor in id the group a Sta much bigger than we originally 1 thought and in bed the possibility of turning the a whole matter Quot Over j to a grand jury. Five youths had previously been picked up As they allegedly planted to Rob a Bank in the fashionable Ken Gardena Section of Queens. The boys aged 15 to 21. Live in re Earb and equally a h Iona by Forest Hills they said they were trying to get up 1 a War chert of $40,Pao to finance establishment of a Rural Retreat for a True they called their gang he dotted nordic federation police quoted the coif styled fun Lurer As proclaiming Hitler a the greatest Man in the history of the world and boasting a i have hundreds of recruits. Our aim is the purification of the after four More members of to e bund were picked up o Connor said he would Fin out whether the federation was a anything like the Hitler youth movement and whether a this groan May have been inspired by comm unless a in he guiding spirit of the movement a or a said was George Leggett. 21, a Pudgy Bright inf arrogant youth who billed himself in nordic circles As Quot George von Liefer Quot his plot to Rob the Bank of up to $40,000 came to nothing wednesday night after two gang members not fret and ran Home to their 1 parents. The a heist had been fixed for Early yesterday morning. When detectives checked the boys information they found three rifles two sawed off shotguns and 18 daggers in la Homes of gang members plus a detailed set of floor plans to the Chase Manhattan Bank Branch in Queens. Two marriage licenses issued two marriage licenses have been issued at the clerks office in Fie courthouse they went to Robert Laverne Wallingford. 20, it pleasant and Lulu Ann rude 18. It Union and to Duane Henry sender 25, Wellman. And Roma be i no 20. Honking ton. Fined in j. P. Court 7 to 9 urn. Land Chevrolet Dwight g. Ridin Ger Chevrolet Arthur Fischer. New London Ford William e. Conrad Salem Oldsmobile and Garrett i. This analysis represents republicans who want nothing for them i Ives. They ask of their Paity a candidate for whom they can a i they d i not feel that senator Clifford Case was such a candidate but they had no organized Means to defeat him. Since his election. Senator Clifford i Graber route five. Ford Maxine on it Case has had practically no infill n. Shafer. Buick Leonard e. Close a friends May Call at the Elliott the most intricate electronic devices Sund it by from 2 5 and known to Man Are now parts of the satellite program. These Are transferable to the civilian Economy for Industrial transportation and communication uses he said. A one of my main missions in life now a he continued a is to work for the relaxation of the present military stranglehold on the pro three lined on Check charges three persons have been fined in Justice Gorge Means court on Check charges. Chet Chelf Columbus Junction my Jack Bailey Ottumwa were each fined $100 and Costa w Ith $30 suspended in a Ach Case when the checks were made Good to the in naw Jersey it is possible 1 Chevrolet Max l. Kauffman. Way research for civilian and for Mill Sura Nee plan savings and lean Van Vranken Winfield Oldsmobile. 1 Gram for space research and travel. Edward j. Kitch. Dodge Roland 1 currently the satellite project is a d. Lauer Plymouth Harold v left handed undertaking of the Shepherd Olds Pontiac Donald l. J armed services. They want to sit but not to push a comparison Between space land. Chevrolet Ross s. Forbes. Ence in that the conservative element in the Republican party will take Over Mercury and Aithur l. Hanking in the 1958 election but it is not at Ford. All certain that any Republican trucks Loren e Carver Laterna b elected j tonal and Merle l. Henessee. Ford. Tan goals he called attention to the Telephone a this is a very valuable device to the military but its value to them is no reason Why it should be controlled and of r Assn Delbert Merschman West Point. Was Fin d $35 and costs $30 suspended when a Check to the r e a was made Good. Claims facts suppressed Aik raft executive Thomas g. Lanphier jr., right tells the Senate preparedness subcommittee that the administration has suppressed the full facts on the a a imminence and magnitude of the Post sputnik soviet threat. Man at left is j r Dempsey manager of general dynamics astronautics division. Models on the table Are of a theoretical space station foreground and a space vehicle 1 inter notional bound photo appeals ase to District our git n set Backset Olds was found guilty at a hearing this week in Hustle it George Means court of failure to yield the right of Way my eau Rig an Accident. He was ordered to pay a Fine of $25 and co it but h appealing the convict Ion to t he i t riot court and port d $190 Bond. The Chai ire was filed against St Hakl of Fol Lomg an Accident oct 15, 1957, involving a car driven by so Jacklett. One by or. Glen Widener of Wayland and Jonas m , Kalona. Shacklett was injured in the in Eden Aud cd not appear on the Harp until d c. 7, 1957. Entering a plea of not guilty at the time. Sev Raj witnesses eave testimony it the hearing. Shacklett was repro enter by a lawyer from Des Moines. Harold Golding. Des Moines has been lined $20 and costs in Justice George Means court for violating the nighttime Speed limit Kenneth Isaacs Muscatine paid $13 and costs on Tho same charge. William o. Harris Farmington was assessed $5 and costs for ignoring a Stop sign and $5 and costs for not having an Iowa chauffeurs License Wilbur Miller Hillsboro paid $5 and costs on a defective Muffler charge. The tickets were issued by tile Highway patrol. We know a Man troubled with insomnia who takes a shot of Bourbon at regular intervals. Does no to make him sleep but it makes him Happy to stay awake a columbian Crew. And did you hear about the old n Untiner who nut a Silencer on his Shotgun on account of his daughter wanted a quiet wedding Vancouver Ltd. A province. Memorial Hospital notes admitted Friday Timms Grabel mrs. Tom Mcclintock. Will Fenton admitted saturday goo. W. Wright mrs. Minnie Stott it. Union. Mrs. Kenneth Wasson. O Sun sed Friday mrs. John Patterson Farmington. D missed saturday mrs. James Felgar and baby girl. Mrs. Ellen Erickson Swedesburg. Glen Fankhauser to Iowa a City Maynard Whitney. Howard Doty. Births or. And mrs. John stauffer Wayland Are the parents of a baby Bey born saturday

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