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Mount Pleasant News (Newspaper) - June 12, 1958, Mount Pleasant, Iowa
The it. Peasant news vol. 80, no. 138 these Days by George e. Sokosky Cornellus by e Law any american University faces tile problem that when boy meets girl things can happen. There Are always adults particularly parents and Deans who would thwart the biologic process which is As difficult As abolishing june. Deaths Are especially bothered by it. Because when things go wrong like a girl committing suicide or running off with an sex burglar who is a bartender the situation becomes very Messy. It used to to that the trustees had much to say about the running of universities but those Days Are Over in the United states and Well they might be trustees could perform a very useful service but since professors gained the right of tenure the trustees can do i opinions differ on Ste Aksu when Washington and i. Little about either teachers or j pleasant representatives met recent following the election to do students. Besides the trustees are1 fu5s it hair Stupik dinner their opinions differed greatly. Here or usually frightened by the publicity. Vie Kinworthy left Secretary of the i. Pleasant the am Ber of com that professors Are Able to goner met a Ltd Ard mayor Wade Mcbeth next to him. Do some measuring about the Sie of the steaks they think they should he served. Mayor Laster etcher and Secretary Claude Woods right of the Washington chamber of Commerce the losers in the primary election get out the vote contest Between Washington and i pleasant had other ideas. Mayor Eit her visualise Ai a much smaller leak As incl it. Pleasant Iowa thurs Ivy evening june 12. Hays kids Day on june 25 his hands must have been suggesting hamburger they reached agreement however and wednesday evening the it. Pleasant men were treated to the thickest steaks on the menu at the epicurean East of Ainsworth. Ate when annoyed. There Are still a few scholar president and they Are respected. Too Many University presidents Are administrators who would do As rated by his hands while Secretary Woods by the grinding motion of Well running a department store or a manufacturing Plant. Few of them Are inspiring human beings and the students rarely see them except on formal occasions which is not Good enough in fact in the freshman class at any College when students should have the most intimate Contact with the most mature personalities in a University they generally meet instructors who Are themselves Only graduate students working for . S or the less successful among the faculty. It is a wrong concept of education. What happened at Cornell brings All this to the fore and while it is not As earthshaking As de Gaulle it is infinitely More important to All parents who have i children at school and to county officers six from area to investigating theft i receive degrees i from station county authorities Are investigating a break in of Raymond Traut s Sinclair station at the intersection of the Salem stub and Highway 218 which occurred monday night. Sheriff Russell Van Tuyl said the that $24 80 in change was taken United states which is quite Short i from the Cash Register. Also miss of really trained intelligences and i Fng were three Cartons of cigarettes is still forced to import Many of Candy bars bread Rolls and some its Best minds from Europe. I of Traut s shirts and trousers which i were left at the station for clean therefore the Cornell episode ing pick up service. Needs to to studied from every Angle for these were american Entrance was gained through a North window of the station. The boys and girls who threw eggs at1 attendant on duty closed about 9 the president of the University i . Traut stopped by the station at and at a Dean and who did it Over to . And discovered the theft the particular Issue of sex. The floor of the station was this has been described to me by a student whose letter is in critic tracked with mud indicating that perhaps the thief or thieves had cism of an earlier account by me been walking through Fields. On the subject. He says that the the station has been a target for fight really started because miss i thieves about 15 times Over the Theresa Humphrey vice a professor of Home economics and chairman a of the presidents powerful committee on student told the student Council that private apartments were conducive to petting Etc., and that something had to be done. Of course when boy meets girl alone in a private apartment unsupervised things could happen. They did happen when we were Young and most professors and administrators of colleges once were Young too As improbable As it May appear to the youngsters of today. Voting folks Tell me that they like to go to College away from Home because by the time they reach calculus they Are through with parental supervision. However there is too much illegitimacy these Days and every scandal causes enormous grief. Well if worse comes to worst you can years it has been operated. Urges display of flags saturday june 14 Flag Day six Henry county students will be among 1,250 students receiving degrees in the state University of Iowa a Spring commencement exercises on Friday at 9 30 a in. In the University Field House Francis o. Wilcox an assistant Secretary in the us department of state and a 1930 graduate of Sui will give tile commencement address. His topic will be a the soviet Challenge and american Judy Nelson daughter of mrs k w. Nelson of 403 West Monroe i pleasant has the special Honor of being one of the 82 students who will graduate with distinction she will receive a a. In English. Other local students who will receive degrees include Harlan w Bainter Law Ruthann Jensen b a Donna l Williams b a David a Nelson jr., b s. In electrical engineering and Gary w Williams. A mom has her Day the second sunday in May dad hts ids on the third sunday in june and henceforth Henry county kids Are not o be overlooked the inst annual kids Day to to get sponsored jointly by the i pleasant merchants the chamber of Commerce and the Junior chamber of Commerce will be held wednesday june 25 when cow boy Wes Holly of to tame comes to town Complete with Organ hillbilly music loud speakers and carnival gimmicks such As canes lariats Etc. In conjunction with the annual kids Day there will be an Amati or contest Between 7 30 and 8 30 . A piano will la provided especially for the contest which will be held in Central Park but not in he bandstand. A prize a Pollarola camera will be Given for the Best dressed Cowboy and cowgirl plus an autographed picture of Cowboy Wes i Holley. Some ninety merchants Are Back i my the first annual kids Day and i the an Teui contest All talented people who would like to enter the contest Are asked to Contact the it. Pleasant chamber of Commerce office 432, at. The Braselton hotel other attractions of the Day include an Apple eating contest a pie eating contest and free pop for the kiddies. Fire destroys Cantril Church i Cantril up a Hie believed a a a a cd by lightning today destroy a by methodist Church at Cali ii i he Blaze w As discovered while severe electrical storm was in and authorities said they night a Holt of lightning tilt i k til be Yea old Structure no estimate of damages has Beni Blit the building was erected i i 0149 to replace a previous Church a Oso destroyed by lire All Van Buren county Fin licht 1,1 equipment was summoned to the Blaze fair by Carrier 3� per week by mall. 17.50 per year risk defeat to soviet says mall my new showers across the stale i it Moines it up it we it is in store for Iowa the 1 Wrath remain Senate votes spend Powers couple daughter found slain the ladies vow auxiliary no. 25 51 urges their members and others having flags in their Possession to display them saturday june 14th a Flag Day. Children generally understand Flag etiquette better than adults they know better than do adults generally that one should stand at att id Ion my Salute the National colors passing in a Parade. There is further evidence of grownups of getting such details As raising the Flag briskly in the morning and lowering if at night never leave the hag flying unattended until it is whipped and rotted into shreds by the weather. Tile Flag when it is in such con Vancouver b c., up the Bullet punctured battered and mutilated bodies of a Man and his wife and their 12-year-old daughter were found wednesday night in their blood spattered Bungalow. Washington up the Senate voted 86 to 0 today to Arm Secretary of labor James p Mitchell with subpoena Powers he had asked for to carry out investigations of Union records authorized in the pending labor Reform Bill. Burlington to acquire 250 new freight cars the Burlington railroads Board it directors has authorized the acquisition of 250 new freight cars at a total Cost of More than 3,,. The newly authorized acquisition Are in addition to 2,165 cars previously ordered for 1958 delivery including 1,500 steel Box cars on which deliveries from Hie Havelock nebr., shops will be completed in july. Reject parts of Ike s proposal changes 1 Dei of hts week h Bowers mid Thunder storms which spread rapidly across the state rom the Southwest last night sin Early today produced an Ivet est of about one halt Inch of moisture with locally heavier Bloomfield reported 168 int lies for Trio amount reported thus to to the Des Moines weather Bureau Jefferson reported Low North English one Inch Chariton Newton and Perry slightly out one half Inch la piece i. Pleasant had .84 of an Inch. Violent weather struck again at the Central part of the nation. A line of thunderstorms through Central a i and Central Oklahoma spawned a Tornado just Northeast of Wichita Kau while another line of thunderstorms in Western nebs and Eastern Colorado produced More violent weather with a Tornado sighted near Tahoka. Neb rainfall was widespread around the rest of the nation Minlo Edge. Ori Ulm t i it a tens see ret my Nell Mckleny said today lie United states is risking defeat by a soviet Union Quot Pei lists without the firing of a shot. Or Elroy was among in recipients of honorary degrees it the 307th commencement of Harvard in Levi to said in believed oui current Ltd tense setup was Quot adequate to pro bet i t sol it. Militarily a a hut he said Der Rise Aga brat Mill tary dark does not insure our Triumph in the struggle with Russia a a or Elroy said we must in eel and beat the Competition Quot in the Roo no into and educational Fields As Well a. From a military standpoint berm in the soviet Lues no Budge Tai problem no interest Lait i of 1< in and no Leet Stative restrictions tie Ovid the lace for supremacy will Force Amel a ans to make Many a hard one Cholee he said was Exten Sjon of the reciprocal Trade agreements act Moi controversy Over segregation in Louisiana Indianapolis id up mood Waters termed the worst in is years raged through nor ii Central Indiana today causing at least 5,000 persons to flee their Homes a state of emergency was de dared in Peru id. By mayor John Devine As the Wabash River Over flowed its Banks last night and caused about 1,000 persons to abandon their Homes. Reports incident to local police Kathy Sluss new court reporter residing Here reported to police about i pm. Wednesday that a Man struck her As she was walking on he West Side of Hie too Block of North Jefferson she Washington up a the House voting along party lines today re Sald Hie Man then ran ejected key parts of president Els-1 mrs. Sluss went on toward the the bodies were discovered when j Echo were a proposed changes in a hews office the Man approached police investigated reports that pending defense reorganization Bill. Ber a Kin and reportedly said. Heart operation termed successful did you a get married say the Young ones. When marriage becomes the anal sacrifice for Young people it is indeed a sad world. My correspondent from Cornell writes me present rules the thousand and More undergraduate men living in apartments can hold a chaperoned parties for Sophomore Junior and senior women edition that it is no longer a fitting Emblem for display should to destroyed in a dignified Way. Preferably by burning privately without ceremony. Flags can bi1 dry cleaned without charge and it is permissible to repair a Flag when damage is minor. According to Federal Flag code new London journal yesterday the doctors attending Diane rallies j a you did t like that j the Man then left j mrs. Kinks told axe i Bergdahl j about the incident and he aug rested sin report ii to police area. La was Hilton Rouge i Ai. Up i Mem tars of the Louisiana House Cit rep resent Alives vote today on a Resolution to extend an investigation of in liver i in activities at Louisiana state University and other state College s. Rep Lesbie Veiler introduced the Resolution yesterday. It asks that a seven Nan committee of legislators be formed to see ii any other state colleges Are involved in in american activities or Ait associated with communist front a joint legislative committee spent two hours yesterday discussing the hiring and firing of faculty members with Usu official in a preliminary investigation angry lawmakers ordered the inquiry on learning thai 66 leu faculty members had signed a petition opposing proposed segregation legislation. Veiler also said he Felt the committee should loll every faculty member on Iii feelings about beg negation. Tile petition opposing segregation legislation was circulated by the Louisiana civil liberties Union. Menifee Felt thai a communism and integration walk hand in hand and anyone particularly University faculty members who oppose legislation aimed at keeping Louisiana schools racially pure Quot must have subversive tendencies a Vav ii Bur Shaw special Legal Colin cd Foi the investigation committee Aid hic two hour grilling of i he inc summer session to open tuesday june 17 Bummel school begins at Iowa Wesleyan College tuesday june 17, wit ii registration the Day bit Ore thirteen hours of credit Are pus pile by Atli ruling the Entile sum Mei registration lot the inst session will is Gln at 8 my monday in in i e it memo int Iby Ai v i r a begin the next mottling at 7 to a in the first its ton of the Rummer school pm is july in the second session lasts from july 24 through August a to Between the two sessions there will be a special clinic devoted to tile Reasing Hie skills of teacher of science this Cit Ole which carries an hours credit is sch dul Ixl for july in and 22 a not Bel special session of the Hummer school will la1 two music workshops one is in the after Noons of june 22 through june 27 and is especially for classroom teachers in elementary school who must Leach some music although projects will also la offered for in pc i visors of music the other music workshop is Given june 37 i and is Fox piano teachers and supervisors added to the usual summer of buy stud is Hie plan of mrs Jean k glitch head of tin speech and drama department to offer pal in potion in a three act play the dates of the production Are july to and la hinging will lie out of doors for greater Comfort in warm weath or. The play will give those attend tog the summer sessions Opportunity in the drama Field As Well As provide entertainment tot those not participating. Inquiries indicate a Large enrolment for summer school. Senate group approves tax Bill Extension Washington up the Senate finance committee today approved a to oust passed excise and corporate tax Extension Hill after Sid tracking a proposal for a $0 billion tax Cut. By voice vote the committee adopted without changes the House lilt to a one year Extension of the 32 i i cent corporate tax rate and p a sent Federal excise sales taxi on alcohol tobacco cars Aud Auto ports Senate democratic Leader Lyndon ii Johnson it Tex it immediately adv Aal Lio Senate of the committees action Ile Nimni used that the tax Hill will fee considered As soon As to Able on the Senate Hoot per Hap right after the pending labor Bill commenting Hud the tax rates continued in the Bill Are due to expire at the end of this month John on said a we can to let these taxes Adams confers Vii ii president county school superintendents of state Convene of the House said they and commended the county reorganize Hon provided that at least two couples j Unes one a special Days Ere present if such parties were j when the should be displayed banned these men would either i unt Oss the weather is inclement. Have to violate regulations or resign their social life entirely. A it w As the fear of this imminent apartment party ban that triggered the May 23 i find myself sadly a frightened by the ban of girls hanging around boys apartments even if it is a foursome because somehow it strikes me that if boy and girl wish to live according to the morals of our civilization they do not need Clandestine Means to meet but if they wish to cheat they can find Means even under the Moon and the stars. Young people can have a social life within or without the proprieties depending upon character and upbringing. There was no need for hitting the president with eggs the Flag should never touch anything beneath it such As the ground the floor water or merchandise. It should never be fastened used or stored in such a manner As will permit it to be easily torn soiled or damaged in any Way. The auxiliary has Small Home Flag kits available to members and others at a minimum Cost. The flags Are 2�?T x 3�?T in size mounted on a 4�?Tx v silted staff and gilled Spear and equipped with v Holder. Orders can be placed with any auxiliary member. David Pauls failed to show up for work wednesday and that his Telephone was unanswered. The daughter Dorothy also had been reported missing from school. Autopsy revealed that Pauls and his wife had both been shot in the head and then battered and j City reported a Quot a von Dionas la Quot car and Hett ded North thru Man Deans of the nine colleges at mutilated with a Blunt instrument that they could expect Quot meaning was Wearlyn a whle t Short and state University was a Only the possibly an axe. J she is past the crisis was returned trousers find wis described no murder weapons were found o her room Tupuda d Spaan m a a Large mrs Sluss told police and the detectives said they have talking a a a it l in Nimg about coming Home in Aplin established a motive for the proximately two weeks. I he operation was classified As one of the most serious to be performed on a heart. As a child she had an imperfection in the heart officers searched i at the University Hospital in Tow a Catamb Isard that a Nan not into president Troy Middleton and four a up a the be killings. Jet bomber crash kills three search for downed b-47 bomber Plattsburgh n a up senior girl scouts return from 6-Day camping trip county superintendents from Iowa gathered for a conference lusting three Days to discuss important topics pertaining to education in Iowa on sunday june 8, at vacation Village at Lake Okoboji Al spirit Lake Joe Davis Henry county superintendent. Attended the meeting As did All the county superintendents from the Southeast District. J A tight state superintendent of Public instruction in Tho opening address indicated tile importance of Large reorganization Jefferson and de been c 0 u ii i y superintendent. Which incorporates a Large part of the county. He further stated that state department officials would be increasingly available to assist i with reorganization problems he further stated Mist school do riels in All counties would get then financial reimbursements from the Washington up presidential assistant Sherman Adams conferred with president Eisenhower Tad by but the White House did not say whether Oley discussed influence it barges made against Adams by a House subcommittee. White House press Secretary James c Ila Gerty said he would not have any reply from Adams to the subcommittee charges until 4 pm Hagerty said yesterday Adams would prove the charges Quot completely search for Man in Lowell Limber i Harry Pearson who lives near the Pickle Church one mile Southwest of i dwell reported to authorities that. In saw a Man acting suspiciously near the Vicinity of the Church wednesday night. Pearson said that when he called to him the Man ran into a timbered arca sheriff Russell Van Tuyl and the Highway patrol searched through the Timber for several hours but to no Avail. Sheriff Van Tuyl said that the description Pearson gave of the i Man answered that of one of the prisoners who escaped from the Penitentiary at it Madison last saturday. The area is still under surveil a Nee. Boys baseball opening postponed Burlington wreckage of it. Up tin an which gradually grew More serious air for it b 47 bomber with foul Friday morning the operation was crewmen aboard apparently crash performed commencing at 9 20 a m j de ear you Gill a Sam it Ruy before 11 Vii and at 1 20 . The specialist per scheduled t0 land it the strategic Lair command base at Plattsburgh Hie specialist pc operation left the a b-47 strato Jet a a i forming room. However she was still on the a search for the downed Craft 1 in and. ,.1.1. I was Al is of Cli i ref Lldon i in i<1 ii of Iii u v. ,. Operating table As the total Onera iwas started at Dawn by 14 military bomber was found today in the cold Ine l0lal of it a 1 i Hon was not completed in the Lay i aircraft plus civil air ,ro1 plan Ltd Many a language an artificial heart it no iowans Wetre aboard was used to bypass toe heart hollow mountains in Northern Vermont. All three crewmen were dead game Warden Al Flagg was the to first to reach the wreckage he re cd the imperfection moved two of the. Bodies. A u Pat a us not As Fra 1 a other ground and air parties i a Jed wac a eliminate were in route to the scene of the j it w t0 insert a disc j was a serious decision Foi Diane and her parents. Or and mrs. Jack Harper to make. Diane was never in doubt the evening i preceding the surgery she was1 confident wreckage located in the town of Montgomery near the Canadian Border. F the wreckage had been sighted earlier from the air by a c-47 search plane and a helicopter was dispatched from Ethan Allen air Force base. Blame Light Supply of livestock for loss varsity s obligation to hand Down the moral traditions of our civilization to each succeeding generation. If a University does not have that j purpose what Good is it copyright 1958, King features Over something they should have Syndicate inc Learned in English i if in no other subject the buyer needs a Hundred but what the country needs is a eyes the seller not one. George j moral basis of life and it is a Ani j Herbert it. Pleasant stores will be open Friday night for y our shopping convenience Chicago up the president of John Morrell Aud co today blamed an a extremely Light apply a of livestock Quot tor the company a net loss of $26,156 during the first half j of the fiscal year i president William Mccallum Althe firm had lost the Money in Hie first 26 weeks of tile current fiscal i year despite an incr a e in Gross a sales. It would be successful even though she knew her destiny would be in the hands of the Dor tors the following morning. Diane is 19 years old she will to j a Sophomore at the Kirksville state _ i teachers College in Missouri Nix j year. Her parents and sister. Or i judgment asked Jacque Winton who taught school j at Anchorage Alaska and Camel a petition has been filed in the Home to be with her sister were clerk s office at the courthouse by present. The operation had Bern Independent die and Supply co., planned several months ago it t i against Wilmer g Wainwright. Father who is manager of the new doing business As Northwest Glove London Creamery expects to co., of new London asking judg turn Home Friday. Tuesday a y ment for $525.20. I were All at ease and Jack played the amount is owed for Mere some Golf Orville Kilbour. Stated Anise. The plaintiff claims. Twenty senior girl scouts from j it pleasant returned thursday i afternoon from a six Day camping trip to Lake Wapello Southwest of Ottumwa the trip was substituted Foi a previously planned trip to the Ozark. Tile girls chaperoned by or and mrs Roger Garnjobst enjoyed swimming and boating and did their own cooking they slept in Pup tents and had the dubious fun of Quot drying out Quot after two heavy nighttime Rains. The girls on the trip were Linda Kikeh. Sue Clancy. Connie Shadt Barbara Murphy Virginia Burroughs Sarah Patterson Diane Jones. Cynthia Carter Ann Cowen Karen Collum Anna Mary ver Tiace Janet me Cully Jean Looker. Mary o Connor Sharon Wolf Pat Bra it Madeline Clark. Sharon Hannaum Alma Anderson and Mary Jean Mel t ens wednesday night june 18, according to Art Young league president. Reach agreement on pay raise do to the rain the Jaycee boys baseball league opening which was scheduled for tonight it Mcmillan state As rapidly As possible and that j Pak has been postponed until All applications should la in promptly so that the necessary prorating of the state department could to taken care of additionally he pointed out that occasionally delays in receipt of funds from the state department were due to de lays in other state departmental branches. John Shultz reorganization supervisor thanked the county superintendents for their cooperation and a it olnsted out that july 1st was the deadline for completion of joint county planning. He further indicated that of of the 99 counties had had their joint county plans approved and that among these Henry county a joint county planning has been submitted in proper form and approved. Paul Johnson assistant superintendent of Public instruction indicated that in his opinion school men should have plan and propose for the spending of the increased appropriations they Are asking from the state legislature Washington up House Senate conferees agreed today on a to per cent pay raise for an estimated 11 21, no Federal civil service workers. The pay hike will Cost an Esti a mated 542 million dollars a year j after 1058. It is retroactive to Early january and will Cost an estimated i 800 million dollars this year. The Compromise goes to both i houses for final approval with the Senate scheduled to act first. North s northbound Olds Well defined a collision in Olds weeks rainfall near 4 inches memorial Hospital notes admitted wednesday Ida Richards of Wayland. Maude Craig. Admitted thursday Maffia Richard dismissed thursday Pearl Finger. Howard Bonser. Frank Fitch. Mrs. Herbert Lee of Winfield. Rainfall Early thursday amounted to 84 of an Inch in it. Pleasant to bring the weeks total to nearly four inches. The amounts recorded including sunday have been 70 i 60 .53 and .84 to make a total of 3 67 inches. A ear driven by Bill North Iowa City and a truck driven by Harold Swailes collided in Olds at 8 45 a in thursday near the spa in or Rose lumber co North was headed North on Highway 218 in a 1955 Olds. Swailes was ahead of him in a 1952 International truck owned by the lumber company. North Start d to pass As Swailes was turning into the lumber company driveway and the collision occurred. The right Side of the North car was damaged an estimated $350. The right front fender and right Side of the cab on the truck was damaged about ski. Neither Driver some parts of the county have had in excess of four inches Uno j was Hurt. Deputy Robert Nicholson facial measurements show. J investigated
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