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Mount Pleasant News (Newspaper) - July 2, 1958, Mount Pleasant, Iowa
The it. Pleasant news these Days by George e. Sokolsky i so i p rights vol. 80, no. 155 it. Pleasant Iowa wednesday evening july 2, 1958 by f Arrier 30 per week by mall. 17.50 per year to Convene relative to gym floor the it. Pleasant school Board will meet thursday morning with i the architect and the contractor to congressional language is of times confusing As Well As Peculiar. Perhaps that is Why so Many cases go to the supreme court for interpretation. For instance i have just been Reading Public Law 85-441 and title i of this act is entitled a individuals who have exhausted their of course. This refers to temporary unemployment nevertheless the title indicated above is inform the contractor formally that foolish because an american can Inota Incon of a new floor in the j never exhaust his rights and no new High school gymnasium will be body can make him do that. What Nee Essaiy. Whoever wrote the act should have the floor which began buckling said was that certain individuals several weeks ago and has become had used up the or unemployment worse since that time has humps at a compensation and were going to several Points ranging from a half i get More Money from the Federal Inch or to about 4�?T-�?T inches in government to prevent the re height. J. J. Tin contract or will be expected cession i rom becoming a deep Dei to have tile floor replaced without pression. Also to nit the Federal 1 _ _ government did not have this Mon eight drown Iii Iowa flood 1 j to i a a 1 1 1,11 a a a Cost to the school District. The school Board has withheld $8,no j from the final settlement because i the floor was not acceptable. Cast i in fact. The term unemployment of Placon Lent has been estimated at $5,000, attorney Ben a Galer by but would raise it out of taxes or by Selling Bonds. Compensation us a bad one be cause it Guys the impassion mat. Been retained by the Board to a person is compensated for being unemployed Winch makes a virtue out of a vice it is a vice to be unemployed because it Lias the effect of making an individual a Den present the school District. School Board members and supt c a. Cottrell inspected the floor j at the time of the regular Board j meeting tuesday evening in Addi i pendent upon the others namely ton of to bumps at Are easily Oiler taxpayers. 12 others missing in Audubon area by up Flash floods swept across Southwest Iowa today killing eight persons and chasing at least 80 families from their Homes. At least 12 other persons were reported missing. The floods came after torrential Rains dumped More than 12 inches of water on already swollen Rivers streams and creeks in the stricken area. The towns of Exira and Audi i Bon were the hardest hit Rescue local poll favors 3 sales tax visible Loose areas which Spring up writers cramp for Veis a contemplating a severe Case and Down were found the extent of writers crap Iowa s gov her Schel Loveless it seated begins the in a Good society everybody of some of Tho humps in the floor monumental Job of signing his name 24,700 times to $24,700,000 in Bonds which will finance a korean War Bonus for some 100,000 Iowa War veterans. Watching the governor begin his task at a Chicago Bank note company Are i to in Secretary of state Melvin Synhorst treasurer m. L. Abrahamson and Norman a. Elbe attorney general. Ought to be Able to find employ has been made easier visible by ment and they w mild in ours ii work were not out priced to the degree that do it yourself has become a fashion ii. A word it a Man cannot find out kind of work he the use of Long a straight Edge boards placed on the High Points and left there for observers to see. The architect is Waldo Dean of Kuffer associates and the contract picnic and a fair on fourth at health Institute might find u it it in i in i but to tot is the Viggo Jensen company of Day that is prevented by Trade Iowa City unionism men who never wielded a paint Brush will buy one of those paint spit to a contraptions and will cover their own garages with preparations that do them Well. It is not that there is a sudden spurt of muscular activity among the Whin collared but when was run too High lots of folks keep their Money at hone and pay it out in taxer rather than in High Independence Day will be cell prices which an repugnant. Rated in traditional fashion at being con in tor not mental health Institute with a Pic work ii. Their for. An unsound to staged on the Lawn in front of theory the thing to do is to get he buildings during tile afternoon work for popu til la an my All my Early evening according to or sizes. I a look i n through one of w b Brown superintendent. Those mail Ade i a a catalogues beginning at 2 pm. The afternoon that women Lik it Lese Days will be spent playing games at president stands on decision to keep Adams catalogues w la i and Chi unas p kinds of Nims arc lows priced be priced by too Tew United state a Many t re i wages Ai Ai i therefore Pun . Antiques a c country fair Quot Type Booths and at a a i i All an hour Long entertainment that Inni irksome will feature an Amateur contest Mune High tailing talented Institute folks. Macle in the Gray ladies. From regional ii. \ Tine from american red crass chapters Blue c mires where ladies. From american legion a Are lower and auxiliaries and volunteers from Washington Uri president Eisenhower stood Pat loony on his decision to i t p Sherman Adams As his top Aid despite Republican statements that he should resign because is usefulness has been seriously impaired. The president told a news conference that the statement he made two weeks ago on Adams now is no More or no it is an expression of his Confidence in Adams than it was then. Hie president then conceded anew that racial integration. But he added that he has always believed that the True cure for racial difficulties depends on All americans observing Correct procedures rather than acting from individual prejudices and emotions. Expressed Hope that sensible solutions which will not be too damaging to either country will result from discussions of common problems on his forthcoming visit to Canada. He histed the problems As dealing with water Oil Lead and Zinc and surplus workers recovered four drowning victims at Exira and three at Audubon an eighth victim was uni Dent it led. Wednesdays rams continued after More than eight inches of rainfall deluged Audubon tuesday night. Eight victims were reported drowned in the floods and about a dozen persons were missing. The victims were identified As Harry wiggles Exira Franklin wiggles Audubon Darrell Kuntz Weiler Audubon mrs Dalton Hansen Audubon Mads Marcussen Exira Charles Wilkins Exira mrs Charles Wilkins Exira. The eighth victim was unidentified. Crop and livestock damage in the Cass and Audubon county area hit by the floods was expected to reach into the thousands of dollars a poll conducted locally by a news reporter at tile request of the Iowa Daly f Ess association has brought Ane interesting results relative to an Iowa sales tax. The question was asked As follows a a which do you favor a a three percent sales tax with of percent earmarked for Aid to schools on a local basis or. A Flat two percent sales tax a die question was asked of the present White Ane a three members of the Winfield Lions first 25 persons met on local streets club it ame to it. Pleasant to present a White Cane to mrs. Bernice by the reporter. I, at her Home at 503 West Monroe to assist her and to give the results were As follows warning to the Public As she walks that she cannot see. Shown Are j for the three percent sales to amp a i from left Leslie utter Secretary treasurer John arty. President with one percent earmarked for and William Mckasson incoming vice president of the Winfield club. Aid to Chiniks on a local basis�?<18 a a. J persons. For a Flat two per cent sales tax 7 persons. Those interviewed represented a Cross Section Young adults and old. Men and women the reporter said. The earmarking of funds for schools on a local basis was the thing that had Appeal he found. Goldfine swears he did t get favors from Adams the list of the missing included John Parson his wife and Daugh Ger James and Henry Christensen and mrs. Mads Marcussen. Exira is a Community of about residents. Exira and Audubon were the hardest hit communities flood area. Rescuers saved tile lives of in Are lower i had to Winn inc family that in this to. A i i Noil a comes in that is n uie behind the Iron curtain a a n so. A. Ads Are not always properly labelled. For instance an article i lab lied where does. Omit to in ? it might be Canton Katimy by Abow almost anywhere in red Chinn it works its Way to Hon Kong and is sold from tit Mso 6 me of our allies prom s Ian is and similar items Winch come from behind the Iron curtain. This is a matter of individual to. In i do not want Khrushchev have a Dollar of my hard earned mom if i know about n St int people never mind what they help to support Aud they do not read labels. That is their right too obviously it is impossible to sex i must the rights of an american v p w. Posts will assist by supervising the game Booths and elsewhere about the grounds. At. Supper time a Box lunch cont lining Fried Chicken and other goodies will be served by the Institute s dietary department. Following the meal an hour of dancing will be enjoyed on the pavement in front of the main building in ease of bad weather alternate plans have been made to move the game -. Entertainment and dancing info the Institute s Large Audi Toi cum. About 7on patients Are expected to be present for the festivity or. Brown estimates. Adams had been imprudent but wheat he Sald that he believed toll numbers plucking them off the chief executive said that he of lations Between this country and of car tre0 limbs and Fence its Border neighbors should be i pcs one woman sunned the inst As close As possible. And he harrowing experience of being added that he hoped such a rela swept 30 Miles Down Stream a still needed Adams. After giving that answer to a question Abom w nether tie might be reconsidering his decision on Adams the president said tie would have nothing More to say at this time on tin matter. He pointed out that the House subcommittee hearings still were going on. He added that he would not have any comment or entertain any other questions today on the Adams Case. But a few minutes later he did say in response to a question that he assumed the internal Revenue service would report to him on whether to Stile tycoon Bernard Gold i me had charged Oft As an income tax deduction his gifts to Adams on the ground that they were a business expense. The president said that he heard Only this morning that Goldfine May hoped kinship would be strengthened by his trip with Secretary of state John Foster Dulles to Ottawa next week. Expressed Hope that some kind of understanding which can Lead a Little bit toward better East West relations will result from the atomic technical talks started in Geneva tuesday he said he was pleased that soviet r dentists showed up chuckles in the news have done that by up Greensboro s c Rose grower a k Moor or. Agreed to Public la 1-4-1, who ii St arted pay his two grandchildren a pen Iii other news conference highlights Eisenhower made a Strong plea for restoration of the House appropriations committee Cut in his foreign tin comm n a. Provision in by for each japanese Beetle they Ald program. He said the commit it which Cir a benefits to caught and killed. I teens Cut added up to Quot taking aliens Emp Era men s what Abou a i. Am munis gov the children already have sex j reckless risk without such of Luxation but terminated 2.700 or $27 Worth. I a Cut he said would Quot have grave urn ans i ii played by a consequences in portions of the common a it i u lants and or Jackson miss. A James l. Frap world and to our nation s App really their Spencer a first act after being Security and will encourage com rights Acie Lri ii ted they May sworn in tuesday As municipal. Tammist Contin t to a oui Federal judge was to pay a $1 Fine for. Said that he was not disposed and. N to proceed Over parking. To do anything reckless in an of ii work i. Disturbing the tates. File Law safeguards with the United them. Why me tits aliens when they can find americans who will do their Wark old big ridiculous and juvenile court tue �1ay that his wrong the president added should Nim Mist governor organizations employ fort to Rescue the americans Cap London spiritualist Maur tined by the cuban rebels. He ire Barbanell lectured at a liter j Sald we Are trying to get live try lunch Here tuesday the title americans Back. The action of the of his lecture was a dead men do cuban rebels was unjustifiable Tell tales.�?�. And thus government is doing everything it can in an Effort to London a a father told a c0nvince the rebels that they were piously it so far As it is i 11 Hie to icy do employ some of whom even attend presidential and congressional press conferences As duly author ted Aud authenticated also they can a compensation if they lose tin r jobs and their rights Are not f it a u ii when their states run out of Money. This is a Good Racket Foi anyone wit a conscience Auld Many have no consciences but Only know that it is Good to be employed and bad to be unemployed compensation or no compensation. Son who had run away from Home 208 times suddenly seems a made Clear that he will not to be overcome with a a strange show any preference in the conure to be somewhere test for the Republican Nomina a Tion for governor in new York Lyons. Colo a full scale i a said that he Hopes the pros search for three year old Bena entry anticipated Federal deficit of fiddler was called off tuesday More than to billion dollars for when she was found behind a fiscal 1950. Which began tuesday Bou Dresser at Home. Can be Cut. He based this on Hope she said she hid because she for increased revenues resulting did no to want her hair combed. From an economic upturn and re a auctions from the present Esti school budget is adopted the proposed budget for the it pleasant school District As recently published and which was reported in a previous Story was adopted by the school Board tuesday evening there were no objectors present. The budget while higher than a year ago will add Only a Small j amount to the tax millage Levy and possibly May add none because of i increased valuations and the dropping of the 2�?T Mill schoolhouse Levy for this year. The special 2 a Mill Levy which was authorized several years ago by local voters for a ten year period has been levied in past years in j order to accumulate funds for building purposes. Now that the building program has been concluded for the time being the special Levy was not added this year mrs Thelma w Ilson was reelect-1 i d As Secretary to the school Board i for the new fiscal year which starts july 1.building new Home near Golf club mrs Russell Smith about 40, her husband and her son by a previous marriage Jim Hobson about 20. Were trapped by the rising Waters at their Home at sex Ira. She grabbed a log Sud was swept about 30 Miles Down Davids Creek before she was rescued she was hospitalized at Atlantic with bruises and Shock her husband was among the missing rescuers found Hobson clinging to a tree and saved him. Washington up a industrialist Bernard Goldfine swore today that lie neither sought nor got special favors from his Friend Sherman Adams. He charged that politics prompted a House subcommittees airing of charges to the contrary against. Him and the presidential assistant rep John e. Moss immediately denounced Goldfiner a Long statement prepared and released to the press in Advance a As Reading like a a professionally written Moss said Gold Fine s charge of politics was a vicious and absolutely As the 67-year-old new England textile manufacturer who Rose in the from immigrant boy to millionaire and close Friend of the mighty concluded almost three hours of testimony there were these highlights Goldfine dismissed As lies conceived by a sick Man sensational charges by John Fox Boston financier and one time Gold Fine Friend that Goldfine had claimed Adams was taking care of his troubles with the Federal government. He conceded he gave presents to Adams. But on balance he said the presidential assistant and mrs. Adams gave Goldfine and i wife presents Worth More than those he and mrs Goldfine gave them Roger Robb Goldfiner a con i Sel told United press International that Goldfine definitely deducted costs of his favors to Adams As a business expense on his income tax returns. The internal Revenue service says True gifts May not be deducted. Storm brings 1.12 inches in Vicinity president Eisenhower told a news conference he stands on an earlier statement that although Adams was imprudent in his relations with Goldfine he still trusts him and needs him. The portly Goldfine surrounded by a retinue of attorneys Public relations men and family members told the subcommittee that it. Obviously was not interested in two downpours in Quick succession but merely in using him As a son driven by Strong winds and club to beat Adams. Accompanied by some Sharp elec his charge touched off an up to Fin Al bolts brought a total of 1.12 Roar in which rep. John p. Ben j inches of water in it. Pleasant Nett joined sub commit a tuesday afternoon. Tee democrats in a Sharp reprimand i the first heavy Shower was Fol to the witness. J Lowed by another that caused of a that is ridiculous Quot Bennett said i erf lowing of sewers and by a wind ily. Adams has conceded he accepted favors from Goldfine including free room and Board at hotels and storm that blew Down larger limbs from Trees at several Points Over the City. One Large limb fell across the a Vicuna coat. He said Goldfine Saunders Park drive on the Hill also loaned him an Oriental Rug. I Side Northwest of the memorial Hospital and almost directly South Goldfine concurred in this and 0f the swimming Pool. Another complained that More ought to be i Jarge limb fell in the Paul Jericho said about the gifts the Adams j Yard at South main and Clay an family gave to the Gold fines i other at 311 West Monroe and one among these he listed a Gold at the apartment House at 405 watch which Adams had reported j Broadway barely missed the Crane to the subcommittee and a pie. Carts car. Numerous other smaller Tine Adams said his wife painted j limbs were broken Down at other for tin Goldfine House plus some Pia cps it others. In addition Goldfine said Audubon received an official 12.35 Inch rain fall late tuesday and tuesday night. The floods swept away several Homes at Audubon where the Blue grass Creek swept Over its Banks tile red Cross said a Mobile feeding unit from Anita had arrive at Audubon and that another received tuesday wert1 Des storage there. Some bins also were flooded official was heading toward the town from night rainfall reports and tuesday Moines 5 07 was j inches. Harlan 6 04, Guthrie Cen-64, Portsmouth 4.62 topsoil was ready for a new soaking and got it to boost along the growth of All vegetation. Hand concert there was another wait cd a Billfold and a clock As a wedding present for the Goldfinch son Goldfine removing one of the gift watches from his Arm passed re rail i it up to the subcommittee for in-1 Vin i spec to on i said he did no to know a it i a. Rpm a a i its cast. But that its value to him in la a let i is to cock be weighed in dollars. I in i Post hearing interview j this weeks municipal band con Goldfine denied that he Ever cart wil1 0i thursday night at bought a House in Washington for Quot 3b Marshalltown. The Hospital used to shelter displaced persons Tei j 5 76, wooden e 4.62, Clive and i some 50 families have Beer Berwick 4 50, Albia 4 20, Knoxville evacuated from their Homes at 405, Redfield 5 50 and Thompson Exira. I 4 94. Red Cross officials said Emer it was the second straight night j gency bedding and cots were in of violent storms in the Midwest route to the area from Omaha j official.-, a Ellsworth Force 1 neb. In addition. Emergency j base counting damage from 1 clothing facilities have been set Hail storm monday night reported up in several areas in the flood 32 of its b52 Jet bombers assigned Adams or that Adams had any interest in Goldfiner a textile Mills he had testified he never asked Adams to intercede for him with Federal agencies. Asked by news Tracy men if or thought Adams Ever made such intercession anyway Goldfine said Quot i done to think he did judging by the results i the program bios of time overture from the melodies of Schubert and Bertei. Donnelly Romberg three Little maids let me awake there is an old Vienna town my springtime thou Art keep it dark District. The state health department provided sanitary engineers and nurses to dispense tetanus and penicillin shots to the strategic were damaged command copyright 1958 synodical inc Power production in new eng \ mates of expenditures land went up to an All time regional High of 26 billion kilowatt a promised that atty Gen we King features Tours during 1957, a Gam of 15 Ham p Rogers would go As far t billion Over the previous year j As the Law permits him to enforce Hail stones the size of baseballs punched holes and dents in the wings of the Plant planes. At least the play land ballroom at fix 12 of Fri planes were grounded Ira was carried by the flood a until repairs Are made officials at tors from its original location and the rapid City so. Air base parked in the Middle of the Mainland Street. J a to Inch rainfall pelted Sioux on Iowa 64. Blocked Between City Iowa. Tuesday night and Guthrie Center and Hamlin by heavy rain and a a rec Quarter Inch High water a House was Deposit Hail Lyle swans Are building 1 new Home adjacent to the Stanley swans new Home West of the or pleasant Golf and country club. The setting of the Homes adjacent to the wooded area near the olo 34 paved Highway is a most at ter of the Highway at the South Edge of Guthrie Center. Cd by the flood Waters in the Cen by aka Panhandle Early today. Totalled nearly five Ches the rain Belt extended from the amounts were scattered with Nebraska into the mid and upper j one exception and nearly All soaked 1 Mississippi Valley. Scattered into the ground. One rain totalled Atlantic about 23 Miles Down showers also occurred in the 189 inches w hich had considerable Stream from Audubon also received Western Plains the Eastern run off. Heavy flood damage. But there Rockies extreme Northern Call the nearly five inches a 4 89 to appeared Little Chance lives would forma Oregon and Idaho be exact fell on nine differ it be endangered there. The hot humid weather tuesday Days the amounts were .18 .70 flood Waters flowed into the sent readings to highs of 90.3 at 100 .53 84. 69 12 la and .12 train depot a hog buying station,1 new York City 94 at Roswell song of love Robb s disclosure that Goldfine Slippery gentlemen. Walters claimed a tax deduction on the trombone Trio Betty Binns expenses he bore in Adams be Joan Billings and Karen Biggs half promised to touch off a flurry Semper Taratus. Bos Kerck of questions when lie hearing re official coast guard marching slimes thursday. Today s session j song was rut shot to permit in Boom j copa Cabana. Walters Mit Fec members to take pan in j a Samba House debate on the foreign Aid St Verity six trombones. Willson from the musical comedy a the music Many Oklahoma. Rodgers Hammerstein. Of what a Beautiful Morton the Surrey with tile fring on top people will say we re in love Oklahoma his Honor. Fillmore one of the March masters Best a Waltz Medley. Yoder Carolina Moon goodnight Little girl of my dreams 1 it tie Street wit Ere old friends meet when your hair has turned to Silver Riff riders. Chiarelly patriotic. Selections in tribute of july 4th Bill. Goldfine still had three pages to go on his 25-Page prepared statement when today s session ended. June rainfall nearly 5 inches in Eshi Sidney in the be june rainfall in of pleasant Tractive one. I i. A ,�?.�? i.�?. A High temperature for the month about 50 Homes a couple of feed n m 93 at Dodge City. Kan 101 was 94 degrees registered or the american patrol Meacham the first installation of a steam stores and two 250-thousand Bush j a Phoenix. Ari 91 at Dallas 8th the second highest was 90 on the stars and stripes forever. Turbine by a Public Utility was at 1 Al Grain storage bins in Exira and Karaan a try Hartford. Conn in april 1901 i about eight government Grain Cage and on at Chi the 10th the Low Reading was 49. Sousa i recorded on the 16th and 22nd. I Victory. Yoder
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