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Mount Pleasant News (Newspaper) - July 7, 1958, Mount Pleasant, Iowa
The it. Pleasant news these Days ivo1-80-n<>-158mt. Pleasant Iowa monday evening july 7, 10.78 by c Ai he. 30 per week by mall 17.50 Par year by George e. Sokolsky Apalachin the investigation of Apalachin will undoubtedly produce a roman Holiday As obscure robust rotund individuals roughly referred to As hoods but often possessing Bank accounts and credit lines which More honest men envy March before the Public. Most of them will have nothing to say under the fifth or sixth amendments to the Constitution the communist lawyers having set the precedents. A closer study of the Apalachin phenomenon needs to be made than a congressional compter is willing to do. How does Apalachin fit into the private Enterprise system what is the relationship Between Apalachin and Tho constant Appeal of government officials for Small business How can Small business accumulate capital under our tax systems in Competition with the life insurance companies the Mutual the pension funds of corporations and labor unions and similar immense and concentrated reservoirs of capital in some Banks it is said but cannot readily be established that some officers run private factoring arrangements to get Loans for some customers this is an under the table transaction and is strictly crooked. What Apalachin represents in this system is the legitimization of a hot Money by investment in Normal industries this involving old Quot Bootlegs Money which Lias to come out dope and other illegal earnings principally Cash upon which no income taxes have been paid. Such Money May iii1 hidden Here or abroad for years but to be profitable it must come into the mainstream of business activity. Much of that Money Lias been hidden in Canada. Switzerland pan Ama Venezuela and other sane Manes. A distinct business activity. Engaged in by lawyers accountant and other specialists has developed in the transportation and Deposit of such Money. The men at Apalachin May therefore be defined As marginal businessmen who engage in marginal industries and services and who have to find Means for investing funds in industries Winch usually do not attract big business and tor Winch funds arc unavailable Iii the great reservoirs of capital. Tins includes the immense garment Industry the transportation of clothing and food products to Large cities and certain phases of the Leisure line Industry. As some of the Money these men use is illegitimate and needs to be covered up. Because taxes were withheld or the Money flowed in from abroad through unusual channels these industries do their own policing which occasionally involves murder they Are still widely competitive in a Serin monopolistic Era and employ such methods As were Normal when John d Rockefeller organized the Standard Oil company. Gold Fine s records disappear o Bryan accepts election to inc Board of trustees lass reunion a a reunion of the Alt. Pleasant High school class of 1933 was held in Alt. Pleasant recently. Present were front Row i. To Sterling Tucker. Robert Gillis. Glen Mccabe of Ville attender Arthur Rommel Richard Millspaugh Art y Oung. Dwight Shellabarger Lee Johnson Bloomfield Melvin i Beth and Harry Pearson. Second Row seated mrs. Lima neice Smith Hedrick airs. Ada Margaret Gray Ford. Mrs. Eva Thomas Penney farms. I la., principal at that time Ali a. Dana Whitaker Williams. Airs. Leona Timmerman Hollingsworth stans find. Ari. Mrs. Ethel Virginia Lindsay Calloway mrs. Irene havens Willits Minneapolis Minn. Airs. Maxine Kerr Foster award Seville and coach Ervin Langlas. Marengo. Third Row James Roederer. Oklahoma City okla. Alls Fern air cabe Mack Davenport Ross Maxwell mrs. Esther Egli Griffith. St. Louis to. Mrs. Marjorie Wilt Kneip. North Brook. Ii airs. I Linier Ai Orison Rockwell. Airs. Dorothy Mallams Litton airs. Kathryn Smith , mrs. Beulah Carper Kerr airs. Florence Alit Abe Rowen Burlington mrs. Nona Mcgohan Olson Al s. Wilma Tonkinson Brum Field Temple City Alif. Airs. Helen Britton Trabel mrs. Virginia Campbell Stevenson airs. Viola Smith Beattie alts. Evelyn Johnson Mcbeth. Mrs. Helen Carper i amazed Fairfield alls. I Mille Payne Zillman Lockridge mrs. Lorraine Smith Mccabe Larry Scarf and William Terrill i t. Dodge. Free nine air Force crewmen Iran Chi nine Crew a Force ton Days of Tehran. Today freed of a u. S. Plane after in son let Armenia where aircraft was forced Down by guard unit i methodists returns Home seek to revive old time spirit the National guard unit re-1 turned Early sunday after being i Russia members transport Captivity their russian jets. All the americans appeared to be in Good condition. The nine air Force men were handed Over to u. S military off i vials Early this afternoon at the town of ast Ara on the soviet iranian Border. They Rode from tile Border to Rasht. Iran and then were flown into Tehran tonight. Gone a Little Over two weeks to Camp Haven wis. The unit spent saturday night at Sterling 111., and was up Early sunday for the remainder of the trip Home. Some of the group had come straight through saturday night by car because of injury or Washington up methodists Are seeking at a four Day meeting Here to revive the old time spirit of evangelism is their congressmen return Hope f or mid August adjournment City taxes on advertising held in constitutional 40,000 local nation. The meeting churches across the Washington up Gross is counting today mourning by mid August and will continue through sunday 1958 rec re of Perls Latip t nit h t elven on ii Ray the foul the pigment better than began thursday the psychological response of All flies in to to the Challenge of their lives and their activities is to develop legitimate businesses and for them to become respected citizens in their communities. They contribute freely to Charity they buy thousands of dollars of tickets for Public affairs they associate with politicians and celebrities of ten picking up the Tab As it is called. The great ambition of their lives is to be regarded As but. It is very difficult to gel out of the rut of former relationships. The Man who has a a record is always fearful that his record will come out that some Newspaperman will pick it up and write a Story the Man who has no Quot record knows that the police and others Are fully cognizant of his origin. A those who do not pass from Hood society to clean society live in a half world of hoods politicians. Legitimate businessmen who Are Crooks labor leaders with great Public reputations who privately do As they can. Smart girls1 on the make who prefer to be Rich divorcees than poor but Loving wives it is a world All of its own. With rigid rules As to loyalties with Competition for leadership and with men of business Genius and competence of the highest order. The Center of that phase of private Enterprise is in new York which is the capital of the world of Money As the enterprises of these individuals grow they can no longer depend on their own form of banking which is to give a piece of the Enterprise for a consideration they require usual banking facilities and they get what they need because their legitimate operations have Good St a lid inuit would be smart for congressional committees to Analyse the relationships of Apalachin to the american officials whisked the men away before they could be questioned about speculation that they set fir to their plane after Landing in order to destroy secret documents. U. S. Authorities were non committal about this Point. Soviet authorities had announced j Only that the plane burned after it j was forced Down All the men appeared to be j cheerful and in Good shape when j they arrived in the iranian capital. Some 175 Miles from the j Border Point where they were returned to Freedom by soviet of to Cia is. The v probably will Fly tuesday to Wiesbaden. Germany head quarters of the t s. Air forces in j Europe. Thes it included Jerry Mills route 4, who incurred a knee sprain before leaving for Camp. It became worse at Camp and he spent a major part of hts stay at Camp in bed. Bob Swan had a lung congestion and received further treatment from a doctor Here sunday. He was improved and did riot have to enter the Hospital Wendell w 411 a is suffered a of july they stuck to business with sessions running from 9 a in. Until to . More Titan 5,000 officials from All parts of the country including a score of Bishops Are taking part in the meeting. Bishop g. Bromley Oxnam of Washington Calls it a one of the most truly significant assemblies in the history of our Cornu and with a acc Oil either demo of last Baltimore my. Up judge Joseph l. Carter today ruled that the controversial Baltimore City taxes on advertising an an unconstitutional and invalid violation of Freedom of press. An internationally known Washington i c. Lawyer who is part owner of the Detroit tigers is a new trustee of Iowa Wesleyan College Paul a o Bryan has accepted election to the Board according to George a Morrell Ottumwa chairman of the inc Board of trustees he is a senior partner in the Law firm of Dow Lohnes and Al j Bertson Washington i c the firm engages in administrative practice before Allol the govern 1 ment agencies and has a regularly established atomic Energy practice 1 or. Of Bryan personally spends considerable Tim in Europe in connection with the corporate j acquisition reorganization and re-1 financing of american enterprises incident. Abroad a key Man of the Detroit base it Hall company the Detroit tigers or o Bryan is vice president general counsel and director of the company he is also president treasurer and director of Dixie development company Eola Plaza tile. And Cherry associates inc., All three of Orlando. Fla these companies own and operate the Cherry Plaza hotel in Orlando. Three Hollywood. Calif., companies engaged in production and distribution of pictures with which or o Bryan is connected Are Quality films inc. Vita Pix corporation and Vita Pix Guild programs. Inc. Sends word he s unable to testify Washington it up a a spokesman for Bernard Goldfine Aid today that the hotel room of Gobi t in Secretary Mildred Paperman had been Quot ransacked Ai a numb r of important financial records stolen. Rug a Robb attorney for the Boston millionaire said the records had a hearing on Goldfinch testimony before a House influx n e e investigating committee probing his relationship with presidential assistant Sherman Adams. Robb Sal lie had notified Washington metropolitan police of the Goldfine also lodged a com plaint with the Federal Bureau of investigation Over secret recording. Made by a subcommittee investigator and an associate of columnist Drew Pearson the investigator Baron Shack Lette and Jack Anderson pearsons assistant were discovered eavesdropping with a microphone m a hotel room adjoining that occupied by Goldfinch new publicity Man Jack lotto. Subcommittee chairman Oren Harris d ark., describing the incident As a very serious a called his subcommittee into an emergency session t o consider the matter. The predict mild fair weather n. London school budget higher new London journal thursday evening the new London school Board approved the 1958-59 Eland Donald e. Hunt. Roger d broken nose in a boxing contest \ main purpose of the convocation during an evening recreation period is to distil in leaders of local at Camp. I churches a renewed Zeal for Evan personnel of the unit gel ism in the old fashioned sense Captain Donald j Martin. Jot reaching out to win souls for first lieutenants Paul r Frost. I Christ. Robert g. Shaffer ted w. Stull a second lieutenants George t. H Libra tit. Master sergeants Derrell w Goddard James m. Green Ralph e Mickey sergeant first class Ervin f. It Aicher Donald i Anderson Donald e beanies John w. Ingle Brigit Marvin j Ruby Bob i. Swan. Darien w Tucker Donald c. Wilson j William White. Sergeant Dale r. Blini. Ralph t Breazeale James e Humphrey Robert a Hoover Arthur i. Jennings. Donald l. Maddix. William r Metcalf Thomas e Millard. Lyle s Mills. Cloyed b Stager Wendell i Stucker Donald e. T Homes. Gene f. Thomas. Jack l. Thomas Darrell it. Weigert specialists second lass Gary i fair school budget which Calls for $21,-540 15 More than for the last school year this will raise the millage to 56.26 under a total taxable valuation of $2,370,499 this will be Low ered possibly a Mill and one half or More by the county auditor under Enid. Boyd e Swailes specialists third lass Manfred d. Anderson. Adrian a Box Roger h. Campbell. Allen i. Garden Jer rold l. Downey Charles g. Dun Wailer Paul i Ford Donald e Garrett. Richard w a. The new valuations added by con of Roll a Gary i Hart Eugene struck Ion of the new Telephone Holt Kamp Charles h Huff. Donald building new buildings at the Ole i d King. Richard e. Lee. Robert l valor and new Homes since the last Mendenhall. Keith j. Mills. Melvin valuations a year ago. July 21 was p Rauenbuehler Carl s Rauen set As the Date for the budget hear i Cahier. Richard l. Roach. Gary d ing. Moth catchers on location Here Sammons. Ewart g Scarff. Gary h. Shaw. James e. St Milan. Harvey f. Suavely. Daryll n. Plucker Max l. Swartzendruber. Raymond c Watson Richard a Whaley. George e Yaley _ private first class Ronald r those yellow bottle like con Bains Robert f Burden. Arnold i trap ions hanging on a support Cai v 01 a William m. Chaney Royci about three feet High at various w Cocin an Darien Points around the City the last any w Darbyshire several Days Are Moth catchers the news is informed. By i i Iowa will receive mild weather for the next few Days. A Cliv Cool High pressure system will move into the state from the Northwest tuesday and wednesday temperatures for the next few Days will continue below Normal although a slight upward trend i indicated after today. Highs tuesday will Range from the 70s in the North to the lower 80s in the extreme South temperatures will be Cool again tonight with lows in tile Tipper 40�?Ts in the extreme North to the 50�?Ts elsewhere. The five Day forecast Calls Fot temperatures averaging from two to four degrees below Normal with a gradual warming trend during the week. There May be scattered showers Friday and saturday which will average one Quarter Inch of moisture. Vigils Bill making Alaska a state president Eisenhower or Egnatic leaders dreamed january. Refreshed by a Long fourth of july week end legislators returned to the Capitol for a Horn a stretch drive of work on a dozen key Bills and a scattering of near a major items which could stir last minute controversy. Too rut the end of this second session of the 85th Congress was clearly in sight. Adjournment estimates ranged Between aug. 2 and 16. And it was the sooner the better for House and Senate members campaigning for reelection this fall. Behind the democratic controlled Congress was a record of having already passed such important measures As statehood for Alaska $5,500,000,000 Highway and $1,500,000,000 Honshu pro Grams a 50 per cent Extension of unemployment insurance payments an atomic information Exchange plan postal military and civil service pay increase Bills corporate and excise tax Extension and others boy injured in fall from tractor he is also a partner in Oil companies in Texas and in Illinois and is an officer of Midland broadcasting company St. Joseph to the new Iowa Wesleyan trustee is a native of Rawlins Wyoming. He majored in mechanical engineering at Drexel Institute of technology and has his Law degree from George Washington University Law school. Or of Bryan has served Asna Goldfine sent we Ord to the House subcommittee that he would be unable to testify As scheduled tuesday. A or. Goldfine is in no shape to testify Tobb said. He explained that Goldfine got Little sleep sunday night. Too lotto said the Fri has assigned agents to investigate the eavesdropping complaint. Goldfine Emmett Ridinger 14, son of the Leonard Ridinger it. Pleasant or 3, was injured in a tractor Accident near his Home sunday morning at nine of clock. Lha was taken to memorial Hospital and treated for a fractured leg and bruises. The boy was Riding a tractor driven by his father when the father heard a noise and looked Back to see him lying in front of the Back wheel of tile tractor. Fortunately the father stopped Ini time to prevent running Over him. \ the Ridinger do not know 1 exactly How Young Ridinger fell i but think his font must have dipped and he fell Between the Fen Der and tile wheel of the tractor. The fend to of the vehicle was somehow forced off during the Accident. Tonal Chancellor of Delta Theta j through his staff also filed a Phi. Law fraternity is a member i complaint with Oliver Gasch u s. Of the american judicature society and the following bar associations american District of Columbia Federal Power and Federal communications. He is listed in a a who a who in the South and Southwest Quot a a the social list of Washington d c a and a the Blue Book of d. District attorney for Washington. Lotto said that Thyliss Paperman who probably knows More than any other one person about Goldfinch controversial operations discovered that books records correspondence lists cancelled checks photo copies and other Washington documents bearing on the Gold Fine Case had been removed from the closet of her room. Information on korean vets Bonus they re used by the department of agriculture to get information on the number of Moths such As Corn Buer in the area. Difficulties of doing a Small Busi Ness in the United states. Copyright 195s. King features Syndicate inc. P. Conrad. Richard d Droz. Donald w Dunbar John e ens Ninger. John w. Flickinger. Lance 1 Garretson David m Henessee. Delbert s. Holtkamp. Tommy a . Robert o Johnson. John e. Klesner Dennis j. Klesner Jerry d Washington it up pres Dent Eisenhower today signed into Law a the Bill to make Alaska the 49th state. Photographers and reporters were called in to record the signature ahead in the next 4 to j weeks was the task of completing action on four major defense Bills farm and additional housing Noil. The administration s five year reciprocal Trade Extension act the final foreign Aid appropriation two big Public works Bills. A civilian space Agency an education science scholarship put and some form of labor Legisla Tion to name Only the most important. A last minute possibility a ported during the week end to be brewing in the House was to provide an election to in social Security Bent tits eight stolen paintings found arrested Foro Mvi Al ter Accident a ear driven by George f. Taylor. Washington went into the ditch 2 nulls South of Salem sunday even-11 1 a 7 if according to Deputy Rob in hols it a who investigated the Accident the car hit the flirt Ca flipped Over Ltd of the Road and then into the grader ditch. Estimated damage cuty was $300. A i the 1950 met a Bill boost d e p to \ Nicholson arrested it i Rin of the seen a of the Acri it it i Omvik charge his hear a a Lichi monday morning in Rudolph Meekey s court he was just in where Era d bound Over to the i try or is now being held i Lutov jail in lieu of $375 buy la ars for patrol at $1,947 Arden l Gsmith Richard l Tooki Sherry Karl a Vermace Gary d. Whaley Dennis e. White. Robert k White. Paul r. Waltham Wendell t Williams. Private e 2 Larry d Callums Larry c. Darbyshire. Robert i Lee per. Frank Funk Bobby w. Phillips George of the r Lee Jarl g Mcculley. Be Rev a Mertens Roger b. Messer. Jerry d Mills. John p Patterson Kennel h a ring Richard i. Schmitt Simmons. Private Al Stanley d a Quot Dewayne m Brockway. Donald f Sparkman. Kenneth w Moeller Elgin 111upit Kip i get a paintings stolen from a pin de Academy were found today bundled in newspapers and tos cd into Roadside ditch the curator of the Lama Davidson sear Academy of Fin. Arts who identified the works it Art As those taken from tie read Ems last thursday said a ninth painting May also have been recovered detective chief Wayt tre it. Said the thieves apparently Dis j proved the Purchase of carded the valuable paintings be j f r the hic by y patrol at $1,947 cause they were Quot to i. To Hail a a it1 a a he Harris Motoi co., die i Bloomfield a Plymouth dealer. Helen Virden the Henry county recorder has received information i from the korean Bonus Board that j there will be a charge of $1 of for certified copies of discharges issued to servicemen for use to make applications for the Bonus. It the Veteran has a copy of Tho discharge and wants it certified tile charge will be 50e, according to Earl c. Holloway director of audits and Oscar Strauss in an opinion from the attorney general a office. Previously certified copies have been made by thus office free of charge according to 335.10 of the Iowa code for benefits and claims by veterans to the United stat s government according to the ruling the recording of the discharge will be free but a certified copy to Send with application for the Bonus will be $1.00. Ray j. Kauffman executive Secretary states that a state wide school is being planned for the purpose of instruction of county recorders and service officers in the Quot handling of the korean Bonus Bond applications. The dates for service for those who will receive tile compensation Are from june 27. 1950 to july 27. 1953 the Bonus will be $10 00 per month for stateside service and $12 50 per month for overseas. Goldfine on completing his testimony last thursday returned to Boston with his wife and members of his personal staff for the weekend. Miss Paperman stored a number of confidential files in the closet of her hotel room there. She said the documents were Iii Large sealed envelopes. Too it Obb demanded in a letter to Harris that members of the investigating subcommittee state openly whether staff personnel had violated tile client attorney relationship by secretly recording his talks with Goldfine. Alter the subcommittee meeting broke in. Harris said the group would continue its deliberation this afternoon when Shacklette himself we Ould be questioned Harris refused repeatedly to comment any further on the Case. Shown a copy of a Story reporting the latest charge that Goldfinch Secretary a room had been ransacked Harris said a the integrity of the committee is at stake Here and we have simply got to find out about seven die in accidents by Ipi seven Persona died Occidental deaths in Iowa during the three Day fourth of july Holiday weekend beginning thursday afternoon the Board Hopes to make distr and ending at Midnight sunday Burion of applications for the Des Moines up Iowa Highway patrol will continue to div eight Cylinder cars with automatic transmissions despite a $2 too Purchase limit and the withdrawal of Aid from car Nian far turf. It was disclosed today. The Iowa executive Council a Bonds within ninety Days or less after the Sale of the Bonds. The state Highway patrol will cooperate in making distribution of applications to county recorders and the recorder will make distribution to four died in traffic accidents one by drowning one in a plane Era ii. And another when hit by a train. The latest victim was Leonard l Schmidt 30. Davenport who was fatally injured late sunday the service officers All veterans when his motorcycle left. U. S 6 service organizations will be not j in Davenport he died later in St. Fied to come to the recorder s of Luke s Hospital in Davenport Merrill Miller 74, Diagonal was 15 cars fire and pick up an ample Supply dates when the to available will this newspaper. Applications will killed sunday in a two car crash be published in on i. S. 6 near Victor five others were injured in the crash
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