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Mount Pleasant News (Newspaper) - July 3, 1961, Mount Pleasant, Iowa
The it. Pleasant news vol. Kab no. I 55mt. Pleasant Iowa monday evening july 3, 1961 these Days by George e. Sokolsky the expense accounts it would not be absurd for one who was accustomed to live in a j log Cabin to find a $30 a Day expense account not Only sufficient but with ample to spare. He might live on hamburgers and hot dogs sleep wherever he could sponge on his acquaintances use kerosene instead of gasoline for his car. Wear a beatnik costume and shave on Christmas and easter Only. For the business Man particularly Sal amen. $30 a Day is almost too Little to bother about particularly if it is necessary to keep books too and that is the worst thing about ail these tax matters a the keeping of books. Let the Boss get in-1 digestion let the japanese or Vav germans sell the goods the United states pays $30, my a year for ambassador Adlai Stevenson apartment at the Waldorf Astoria it is not too much. Such an ambassador has to entertain constantly and he must have a tillable place for that purpose. We want votes in the United nations Ami we heed to do what is \ and usual to get them. What would happen to Adla Stevenson s representation at the United nations if he were permit it to spend Only $30 a Day off hand i could Bay that he w told meet with Complete failure Many of the delegates would be instilled because they were not invited of dinner according to pro Tocol this is Hie Way of the world for $30 a Day Stevenson could not Cia much entertaining at the Waldorf or any other hotel or res a Aurant in new York. Of course some business men i in abused the expense account. It a which there can be no justification to icy charge everything that of l Ier men normally pay for themselves out of earnings to their business expense account. But the fact that some men Are dishonest docs not justify hog tying american by. Mess so that it cannot do its Woi k adequately. That is the t 11 Lacy of generalising from the particular. Juk orders injunction Start work on Harrison a new g. B. .ill.land. In business Here Many years Dies stops strike for 80-Day a Cooling off Independence for 185 years members of the Continental Congress meeting in Philadelphia and representing the 13 colonics adopted our famed declaration of Independence Mac Artw ii cheered by throngs death of farm woman ruled suicide 185 years ago on july 4, 1776. Scene of the meeting was what came to be known As Independence Hall shown upper right As it appeared in the Centennial year of 18.6. Cuban plane i Hazelton hijacked in flight h the leased a ii. Shaws general of or. Nome old. Mantua up the army Douglas a Macarthur returned today to the see e of ids Vii to world War ii triumphs cheered bulb by More than two million filipinos in a ticker tape Welcome Quot my friend.-, i i. It ret limed the 81-year-old five Star general one of the most important told the people cd the Philippines phases of Amer Nan business Active who turned or to Hail him As the try is the convention. There Mon defender and Liberator of their meet those who Are in the same Young Republic line or who have similar or a crowd of 18.000 aug my around Socia Ted interests there they its Macarthur at the Airport went ten to speeches on important sub w ild with Joy As the old Warrior. J cts. Often by representative of wearing his uniform Aud his government. There new ideas Are sweat soiled old Campaign cup. A widely circulated and new products Rived to of Gin a 10-Riay set Timen ire exhibited. The convention is Tai journey which he said would to the conduct of modern be a the happier Days of my lift business b cause men live so far Macarthur accompanied on the apart. Priit by his wife Jean then drove through Manila streets in a Tive a Rifle motorcade to the presidential such conventions Are usually Palace Pas an crowd hold in huge cities where there Are that authorities said t Pecl the suitable convention Halls or in such record throng that turned out Las penal places As hot Springs where year for Dwight i Lithe hotels Are adjusted for the Benhower. Purines new York City a. Re philippine pro col Centi built the coliseum for con officials said the crowd today a to Ion purposes at great expense topped the two million Mark As Many Large cities maintain con compared with the one a lid a half vent Ion bureaus to get the Conven million persons they Sid turned tion to come to their cities. As out for Eisenhower o Vard political conventions cities Are known to make a heavy contribution to the convention fund. Tile idea is that the shops Heaters restaurants hotels Benefit from conventions which bring considerable Mon \ into the town and they Are worthwhile. John Billings y. 32. Died of was ruled a self inflicted wound in her right Temple at the University hospitals in Iowa Cliv at 8 30 pm. Sunday the shooting occurred a la id a in. Sunday at the farm Miami Fuyii a cub til Coin Gnu t a i air plane carry my of persons and a Crew of four wits his j jacked in flight and forced to Landi at Miami International Airport to j no m. Hart. Shaw be Day the u. S. Immigration service Ltd la Panacci of the Brazel j reported. Ton hotel july i under a lease from immigration officials said it was mind mrs it n Bihari reported that a guard Riding in the i he Shaws will have charge of aircraft had been shot three time. The operation of the hotel and will i he was reported to have been taken continue to operate their news located ii. The building. Other enlarging and Complete remodelling of the store location formerly occupied by the j c. Penney store on the East Side of the Square by the Harrison company which will occupy the site has been announced a new Hunt will be installed in the building known As the schlep building the floor space will be extended 55 fret at the rear with basement and the Quot Interior will to completely redecorated., new fixture also will be installed. Extension of the store at the rear will give Over 6,000 Square feet of floor space Harrison Tore manager. Eddie Walker said the added space will give Opportunity for the ext Sion and expansion of lines of merchandise carried. Contracts have been let for tile work which was started monday j h. Eugene Smith Lias the general contract Nesbitt electric the air conditioning and heating and soaper electric electrical work. The Harrison Ston will be moved from the present location to the new one when n modelling is completed. Gale b. 68. Died in rape Csc Cliv at memorial to pita sunday july 2 he was born March 20, 1893 in Adair 111., the son of William and Myrtle Bryan . In september of 1913 he was married to Goldia Bernice Middleton of Monmouth 111. Who survives. I al it surviving ate a daughter. Mrs Ross Maxine it Shaler of it. Plea. Ant one grandchild Madame Carol Anni Barron and a great grandchild Kimberly ode Barron his parents Cia d previously. He had worked tor 30 years in the retail grocery business then managed the modern laundry for two years and had sold real estate for the past to years he was a member of methodist Church it. Pleasant Lodge no 8. A. F a a. M. And Secretary of the modern Woodmen of Amor a Ich. The Date Aud time of funeral services to be held at the Weir ii Yannis port mass. Up president Kennedy today ordered an immediate Taft Hartley injunction to Stop the National maritime strike for a a Cooling off period of at least 80 Days. The Justice department went to Federal court in new York with a request for a temporary injunction ordering mariners Back to work at once. U. S. District judge Sylvester j. Ryan agreed to hear the Case this afternoon. After conferring with Secretary of labor Arthur j. Goldbert president Kennedy instructed his brother atty. Gen. Robert f. Kennedy to proceed immediately in Federal court. The chief executive found under the Taft Hartley Law that continuance of a he strike a imperils the 1 National health Aud safety a the president aged after receiving two reports from a special three member Board of inquiry cookes funeral Home have not been will of announced in the Quot Holch declared that much of the set but news wednesday on Highway 78 nor to we of to the Hospital with Bullet wounds stat in the stomach and leg. An immigration department businesses in the building continue the it leases with the Niparts own Hemingway death termed self inflicted change in hours at Pool on 4th difficulty settlement of the 18-Day s Rake stemmed a from the intense rivalry among the five unions involved and from the differences in the economic interest of the various employer or Bulg ski told so Riff Kus spokesman said the plane was com Els the Braselton building sell Van Tuyl and county medical own deemed Between Bandera Beach i one. Or became r examiner or Robert Wettach that and Havana and forced to Fly Here owner a ulcer she hotel i. Us a Edithp 20 newtons aboard the aircraft years ago. They will continue to Side at the hotel the Quot municipal swimming Pool will be open from to . To 6 30 p. In on the fourth of july instead of from i p in. To 9 . Fountain in action his wife went to the bathroom and j the 20 persons aboard eked the door. He said he heard were being question d by i Migra a shot forced open the door and j tion authorities found his wife lying on the floor. Billingsley called a neighbor to his Tarm and a Call was put in tor an a Husaw e i wet itch a summoned also and found that mrs Billingsley was still alive she was rushed to Iowa City by a local ambulance. Sheriff Van Tuyl was called from the scene of an Accident to the Billingsley farm to . I 1 the cuban Soldier was tentatively identified As Castor car Senate 25 death claims Perry g. Frazer Ketchum Idaho up a Blaine county authorities today ruled our the necessity of an toques in the death of novelist erne. T Hemingway. They said the i cause would be listed As a self inflicted gunshot wound in the head Quot major interest centers water was spraying Forth from the Fountain in Central Park again i sunday and temporary lights in Industrial development shining on the water from mounting in nearby Trees added to the bean y. At the suggestion of City rim i and utilities trustees. Mrs. Mary of Neill taken by death Nobel prize wits killed by winning a bin. T major interest in it. Pleasant. mgt which has Many activities in Prog cloy workmen Aid the repair work Ross this summer continues to Cen on Fountain which at one time ter in the development of the in had its own lights. Hemingway i dust rial area to the West on 34 and aluminium or. The old lights in the from the the building of the Blue Bud bus Fountain had deteriorated so that had no beet will the past do weeks. Or a my till d Ila death a Styli Midi Minnie Belle shackle Billingsley was born april 15, 1929, at what cheer the daughter of i Glenn and Cornic closer shackle if or. Mar Elizabeth o nehi. 5 of Nee London died Ca in a morning. July 2, at mercy Hosp. An Burlington where she had a a patient for five Day pert Garfield Eta a. 80, died at 8 40 a in monday july 3, at memorial Hospital. I was born Ltd to. 18x0 in Hen a com to. Tie in of Edward h. And Martha harshbarger1 Frazer. On february la 1908, he was end at married to May Long who died Ingway sept i. 1945 they had one son Jay p. Frazer who died in 1954 surviving Are two grandchildren Shotgun in his Home sunday. Body Plant news of the death of Hemingway crackled throughout the Woi id and created a reaction of Shock mixed with disbelief president Kennedy. Pending the Wick Hyannis port called hem a one of the great citizens o the. George Luce of fort Valley a. Was in it. Pleasant monday in connection with the construction j project tto is Cine of the three i Brothers w How n the Blue Bird company which will Start production Here As soon As the Plant is i ready. J replacement lights Are still needed i far permanent use. High expense of the lights necessitated instalment of the temporary ones. The Fountain has been a major attraction in it. Pleasant in years past. Many persons rejoice that it is again in operation after a year s idleness because of needed repairs. Shakeup in Korea Seoul. Kori \ it up maj. On Amati t 27, 1947 she a. Nee in Monticello Iowa to Billingsley who survives. Surviving is one daughter. Claire to Lier parents or. Or it Glenn shackled cd Olds brei Liers. Gene shackled of in Albia on August 13. 1907 on Nev i 1934 at Albia s a a mar married to Dan e o Neill they John had lived in new London the past also five years Su-><1 hot or. Band is a i Anci Vived by a he following Childre two James a. O Neill with the u s new Marine corps at Camp tot. No one could attend a convention Gen. Pak Chung i. An Ardc at i a today on a top limit of $30 a Day. Hom Ilist took Over rom to Gen. It would hardly pay for food Chang do Young As Chirl of the drinks anti cigars. If it were one of Republic of Korea s ruling in Iii those affairs to which the wife tary Junta Tod a v in a shakeup if was brought to prove that the male the supreme Council it animal really was a very Busy Man. Reconstruction do my honest and useful work. $30 a Short in later i w a a an in Day would barely pay for Tho bounced that 40 generals an and extra clothes Mamma had to buy so morals were retired Trail Active that she might look As presentable service today. As the rest of the folks. No Man Pak 45. Inns Bien report a to be wants to hear the real figure behind the May 16 a a business must be bad for Jack revolt which overt i ire w a he govt ook at his wife she wears clothes eminent of Premier John m that a Steno would not be it it Een Chang. Although known As a staunch now. He once was convicted of communist that can Start sensitive business collaboration rumours that could do considerable a damage business has Many facets not the least of which is establish two marriage in sound credit not Only in the of current balances but Confidence in the future. In this re in c t an expense account becomes As important As advertising or Public relations. When an exp sense account is used As untaxed salary the twister should be punished for fraud. But when the expense account is used to stimulate business to improve a it attains. I product to Exchange ideas to bring certainly $30 a Day at pres int in customers to be productive in prices is not enough for an thine London and Chester san Dago Calif. Shacklett of funeral services will be at 2 30 p in thursday at the Olds congregational Church of which she was a member. The Rev. Louise Wingier pastor of the Church will off Atte interment will be in Oun cemetery. Friends May Call at the r k Crane funeral Home after tuesday. The daughter of Edith Guu Hei a and Alfred Griffith she was born two great Gran children two Brothers George f Frazer of coming Calif., and Ernest a Frazer of it. Plea a nit he had worked is a Shopman for the Pennsylvania Railroad until re Hung. He Woi a member of the friends Cedar Creek Church. Funeral services will be held wednesday at 2 no at the Weir cookes funeral Home. Interment will be in Salem South cemetery. Friends May Call at the funeral Home they desire. Rainfall for week totals .65 the body of Lite is year old bearded giant of american literature was found by his wife. Mar. With the double barrelled. 12-gauge gun beside it. News not to be published tuesday the new., will not be published on tuesday. In decadence Day. Injured in far collision traffic toll i j to 332 Calif William e. Of Neill at. Thomas a o Neill of new . Mrs Edith Aru Ashby of Bir n ton. Catherine d of Neill and Robert e. O Neill both at Home also surviving we three Gnu 1-children, two Sisters my Ellen. Woof i or of Blakesburg and or. Catherine Acheson of Missoula mont., Aud Ore Broth r. David w Griffith of Des Moines last riles will be conduced at 9 a in. A Canada morning at St Laphol sus Church in it please the Rosary will be recited at 8 p. In. Tuesday at Elliott Chapel in new London the r v. John Manning will officiate. Interment will to in Burge cemetery friends May Call at the Apa tuesday afternoon and evening licenses issued two marriage been is have n Ai issued at the clerk s office in to courthouse to Gary Dale Smith 18 and Janis sue Peterson 18. Both of it. Pleasant and Dale Dean Schil Lerstrom 25, Lockridge and Marjorie june Smith 23. It pleasant wide Range in june temperatures june offered a wide variety temperatures but generally was the National we Elfare then it is More than justified by the result. Copyright. Syndicate it 1961, King feature s i urn the Holiday traffic death count shot past the 330 Mark today and appeared headed toward n Independence Day weekend ret Ord for Highway Slaughter. A United press International count at 1 30 p. In cd. Showed comfortable month. 332 persons dead in traffic. The Range was from a Low the Over All Holiday accidental on the 16th to a High of 95 on the death breakdown 29th. On two Days the 12th traffic 332. 28th, the High was 94 degrees drownings 140. Warmest night was a Low of 68 de planes 4. Grees at the end of the month. Miscellaneous 69. Total rainfall As previously re total 545. A ported was 77 of an Inch rainfall saturday night totalled .28 of in Inch in it. Pleasant to make a total of ,65 of an Inch for the we k. Tile to to i of two thirds of an Inch was very helpful to thirsty vegetation of ii kinds most places to observe Holiday in of Avane of the fourth of july the office courthouse and the Banks will tie closed tuesday. Most to the by Ness houses will by closed but not All. Parked car damaged mrs Charles z Lyon. Hammond Ina was injured when the car her husband a driving collided with one driven by mrs. Wesley Barton route three on Highway 34 near the Rome Bridge a 11 43 a in. Sunday. Mrs. Lyon suffered a broken ankle Chest injuries and a leg Cut. She is in Good condition at me mortal Hospital. According to sheriff Russell Van Tuyl who investigated along with the Highway patrol both cars were i. Aced West mrs. Barton attempted to turn left off the Highway when the Lyon 1958 Chevrolet collided with the rear of the Barton 1960 Ford. Both machines were damaged considerably. I tie Highway patrol filed a charge against Lyon of failure to have his car under control. Warm and sunny fourth predicted if 40 a car drivel by Mike Fitzpatrick and backed from a parking place on the the South Side of it Antral Park into the parked Cai of Gilbert Pugh at to j . Saturday according to City police tile left rear fender on j Pugh s Cai a damaged. Inviting grief new York s gov. Nelson Rockefeller who was a presidential non. Illarion aspirant before tire last Republican National convention takes to the Golf course at the governors conference in Honolulu. A fellow can come to More grief Here you might say than in politics. He forgives us a Mitsuo Fuchida who led 360 japanese warplanes on the sneak bombing Mission against Pearl Harbor on dec. 7,1941, pauses at London Airport to r a he is in route to the u s. To preach a Mutual Fuchida now 58, is not sure americans will forgive As he a forgives up a warm and sunny fourth of july As forecast for iowans tomorrow As generally Clear skies and temperatures in the 90�?Ts Are on tap. Some shovers fell in the extreme Northwestern Corner of the state today and More were exl it Ecta d in that Region Early this evening. However Clear skies Are expected for the rest of the state tonight and tomorrow
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