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Mount Pleasant News (Newspaper) - March 24, 1958, Mount Pleasant, Iowa
The it. Pleasant news warmer these Days by George e. Sokolsky the Tariff evidence is piling up that the invasion of foreign goods is adding to the economic distress of the country. This Only affects certain specific industries such As ceramics Cotton goods tuna fishing and so on. It could in time. Affect the automobile Industry. For instance american ceramics manufacturers have stated to the ways and Means committee that a flow waged foreign producers of Light weight China have captured Over 90 per cent Quot of the american Marcel. Hie 19j7 Market showed a decline Over i960 to 36 3 per cent. In 1952, Hie staff of the Tariff commission found. The rate of duty necessary to equalize the United states and japanese costs of production of medium Grade chinaware is 28 percent and Valorme based on Toi sign value and 15 cents per dozen separate then in 1954. The same Tariff commission decided that this a Merican Industry was not entitled to Relief because japanese Ware sold in this country was priced so Low us to be non competitive with similar american goods. In other words when an Asiatic or european Cartel subsidized by a government paying Low wages maybe exempt from taxes can i Knock Down an american Industry i then the Tariff commission need not act because if the foreign maker can charge less for the same i goods than the american maim tact users then they Are non competitive of this is not gibberish j what is it vol. 80, no. 70 it. Pleasant Iowa monday evening. Sakdl 21, 105s by Carrier toe per week by Hail $7,50 per year Iii secret meeting a _ haste made this waste the panamanian registry cargo vessel Nadia rests awash on rocks a few Hundred Yards from Entrance to Alexandria Egypt Harbor a victim of being in a Burry. There was a storm and the skipper tried to move in without a Harbor Pilot. All 35 crewmen i into emotional a amp und photo were taken off but seven Wert hospitalized with injuries. New London Man held Toci and jury senior h. S. Band will give concert Egypt hails ids action t of Dana i wit mayor while from the standpoint of abstract economics a free Market my be sounder than tariffs and Oiler devices to impede Trade. W Hen wages Are raised riot by the Law of Supply and demand but by 1 some of the numbers to be play legislative and social action it be cd were used when they Partick comes imperative to prevent a 22 rated Iii the Little six Southeast tuesday evening at 8 of the it. Pleasant High school will present their annual band concert at tile High school. Since this will be e e. Melbye a last Public appearance directing the it pleasant High school concert band it is hoped there will by a Large attendance no admission will be charged. Cents an hour wage from destroying the Market of a si.88 an hour worker. There was a time when it was possible for the More advanced countries to take advantage of improved techniques and machinery to make up the difference by More efficient methods of production. Today every country can own the same machinery and can learn the most advanced techniques in la it. Backward countries �?opp1 j a Amer Stev n automatic machinery in preference to teaching their workers Era is and trades which involve individual skills. The More automatic the machine the less need there is for skilled labor. In the United states unskilled and Semi skilled labor is expensive. Some countries need cheap labor because it is essential to their Economy that they Export their Best production keeping what they May for their of n people who Are doomed to a Low Standard of living. Japan is such a country for Japan must Export to be Able to band festival in it. Madison March la. The selections Are thus salutation March Seitz licht cavalry overture supper i 11 More carnival variations trumpet Trio Jakoby Marne Sherry Stull. Marvin Peterson Betty Tweedy. Clarinet Capers a based on a Devil s dream Quot i Macrae a featuring the clarinet Section Carousel selection a Rodgers intermission pastels Mcrae. Toccata for band Erickson. High Barbary Jackson. Impressions of a scottish air Ployhar Al Cape. Pado Noble flamenco papers Walt ors student or. Bally Wilson. Those participating tuesday evening Are the following clarinets a Judy Melby. Roberta , Janet Timmerman. Cynthia Carter Jayne Mcmurtrey sue Mcgohan Carol Kreutner Jack Pugh import food and raw materials. 1 Arlene Rommel. Janet Mcculley preliminary hearing for f Bell new London Corgi false pretence was held in Wade Mcbeth a court saturday and the mayor was of the opinion the e evidence was sufficient to bind Bel Over to the grand jury under $1,000 Bond Bell is in the county jail in lieu of the Bond. He allo to other were taken into custody recently after allegedly getting $5 from two new London bus and Tel Liim the in that la they would get in touch with a Magazine company in Cha ago they would get Back $-0. The boy found that there was no such Nim and one of them told his guardian or Perry Maist about it a filed the t barges. Donald Stew Ait 19. Burlington waived preliminary hearing on the charge last week and was Boun i i Over to the grand jury under $1,000 b into. I is in jail in lieu of the Bond. The other youth in died 1 a 17-year-old juvenile. Bell was represented by atty John Elgar at the hearing while j atty. Charles Garretson repro Agit j of the state or. Haist. Edward Calhoun William Oge and Bell testified at the hearing. It was brought out in the hearing i that Oge made out a $5 Cheek Calhoun and the latter cashed it at Waldons Market Here Bolo conduct orc and Calhoun Aid they a it 1 Tho Money to the Trio. Cairo ins saudi arabian Kite snub was reported today to have turned Over All foreign financial and internal Security matter to Crown Prince Feisal his brother who has been Friendly with United Arab Republic president Gama i Abdel Nasser. The announcement printed in big headlines in the Cairo pres we Reine sorted As an official decree issued in Jeddah by the 56-year-old a a Aud. Who earlier this month was a ecu cd of plotting to assassinate Nasser the egyptians did not comment officially but privately they claimed a great Victory for Nasser. Diplomats believe that Feisal now will up. H for the federation cd saudi Arabia with the United Arab Republic an egyptian Sudan in get which the Little kingdom of Yemen also has joined King Sand thus far has with nod appeals that lie Tom the car or the rival Arab federation composed of Iraq and Jordan the sweeping saudi arabian government reorganization was Intel pretend to mean that King hand a till will reign in name but that j he will step aside in favor of his a younger and More popular brother. A i Feisal is 52 years old. Six fined for nigh i speeding no traffic deaths Over week end the same in an equal measure is True of both great Britain and West Germany. Such countries cannot exist without exports. On tile other hand the United states Lias generally outpaced itself in the Export Market not being Able to compete with Japan or West Germany or Czechoslovakia or Poland even in the american Market. The Cost of labor As Well As the Cost of taxes and raw materials in the United states forces a Price upon american goods which the backward countries cannot pay. As Long As this is True the Best Market tor american goods is the United states but it is also the l Cost Market for the goods of All Oiler countries. La is the latter condition which creates the serious problem. E. L. Tolbert speaking for the american Fine China Guild said Quot i would describe As unethical the use of state and Commerce department offices to encourage unofficial agreements Between Industry in this and foreign countries on a unilateral basis to control the volume of imports into the United states. We have legislation on our books to regulate Trade equitably. But our state department instead of using these Laws of the land properly abuses them and acts to Aid in the formation of illegal cartels Aud agreements in restraint of i have never heard this accuse Hon before except in the Schenley Brief to the Tariff commission which gives the impression of the existence of a foreign whiskey Cartel operating in the United states. Now along comes this ceramics organization with a direct accusation against the state department. Cartels Are forbidden in the United states by Law. That applies equally to foreign As to 1 american cartels if Cartel nation is being arranged in the interest of foreign manufacturers and Trad Gary Kyle. Yvonne Devol Ellen j Savage Christy Strang. Julie Koch Martha Miller Janet Matthews to saxophones Linda Biggs. Wain Iha Kerr Dixie Fariss Sara Frary Mary Ellen Walters Craig Carolyn Tenor saxophone a Pond Erickson Sharon Marshall. Flutes deeded Galor. Jacqueline Kapp Piccolo. Shirley harms Rita Russell Sally Sutton Alma Anderson Bass clarinet a Virginia Burroughs. Oboes a Janice Lawrence. Ann Cowen. Has non wands wha lev. J baritone saxophone Katherine Jennings cornets Sherry Stull. Marvin Peterson Betty Tweedy Marlene i Mcwilliams Janet Hayes Diane j Jones Jack Fenton Sharon god i dare Sara Stanley Carol Williams Linda Bachman Bonnie Koch i Inda Devol trombones Karen Biggs Sharon Wolfe. Sharon Eye. Mary Miller Charles Hourihan. Ruth Henefer. Evelyn Rice Roberta Watters. Linda Neil. Basses a jury Mcculley Judy Guinn. Ned Collins. Clarence Cory Alan baritone a Sally Wilson. Gwen Gooding. Mary Bater. Karen Thomas. Barbara Murphy sue Cornick. Anna Vermace. I renew horns Lawrence Sarah Patterson. Glenda Graff Doris Register Jean Looker. Margaret Wilson Nancy Dawson Jean Kincaid. Snare drum a toy Guinn. Hawkins Murlee Jones Bettie. Hiss drum Linda Shaw timpani Mikel Ritchie Bells Marilyn Clark. Ors. Surely some committee of Congress will take notice. Copyright. 1958. King features Syndicate inc six persons have been Lur to it local Justice of the peace court. T it a violating the nighttime Speed limit they Wen among the 18 Given tickets after their Speed a a clock i by a a a peed Analy i of a Lei by the Highway patrol East of t with Sci a night. The violators Wen fined $1 for each mile tin y Wert it org Over to fined in Justin Rudolph it key a court were Gat. E Bailey Salem Sii and costs Carl i Kinney not London $12 and cos James j Casanova it. Pleasant $10 and costs. Filled in Justice George Means court were r g. Sea i l it pleasant $23 and cosh Charles h. Size More new London $9 an i Cost and p. J Hai t. New London. $10 and costs. Legion auxiliary offers scholarships mrs. Paul Schmidt. Unit president of the Bob tri bin Post 58 american legion auxiliary advices High school students who Are int rested Iii scholarships toward a College education to Contact in Frank p. Abraham. A four Hundred Dollar nurses training scholarship is Given annually by the Iowa department auxiliary which is known As the Mary Virginia Macrae memorial scholarship Des Moines ins the Pas weekend was the first without a Knific death in Iowa this year the St 1 or safety department reported i today. S a e safety commissioner Russell Brown called the record rems i Katie m that weather Condi ions were perfect for a heavy death toll. Ill said or Felt the recent Anil a rement of a drivel Point system Fen Iowa and intensive Speed Al if orc ment by the Highway patrol helped keep the weekend free of traffic deaths. Brown said letters received by his office indicate that the Pons system announcement has had a Strong effect on Driver attitudes Brown commented that he thought the average Driver is now aware for the first time that he is risking his License As Well As his be k when Lite drives foolishly. I Eli eeg Aler selected to go to Europe i kaolin derive gain i Yeai old naught it a orm it Ami Mitch a Cia Lei has been elected As an Exchange student from it plea int to go to eni Ope tin sum met she was selected in the Ana Iii an Field service of new Yolk rom among five local girls application had born taken by the Botan club recently the other loin whose names and Quail a attorn Weir submitted were Virginia inn Lim roughs Jane sue l Winum Man Janice Diane Lawrence and Shirley Ruth harms i his is lie a both it Hall of tile Exchange pm Giam sponsored a rot Ai \ and the High Chol Sty Dent Council the Hist half of the. Program is the bringing her it a student from to Meigu Eum Tiv the of this year being Elsa Parvi Iuen from Finland. Total Cost of tile two phase pro Gram is around $1300 pail i the local student s expenses i to by paid by the hunh in the a k to pm Ope part of the program the student who must be a Kumoi in i no ii school will spend ii summer with a Amity in a fore Ign country rho place and tin Hump will be announced lain in commenting on the local Lect is the american Field service Secretary said they wished tiny could have taken All live of them a j Der Der born in i plea ant j will be 17 old ill August. She plays to Iii the flute and Piccolo and has taken pail in girls glee club mixed chorus and hand throughout hoi High school Carcel she also a assisted on several play Crews scholastically she has an a average in Lici school work and last year during Sophomore year she did not miss any school. She is a member of the Gills recreation association get the senior girl scout the order of Rainbow for Gills the method to youth Fellowship and the Benim methodist Church choir because of her selection a in Reiri Exchange student decl. Tee will miss helping with the american red Cross swimming instruction at the municipal Pool the summer she passed her Junior lift saving requirements and helped out at the Pool the past several summer deeded has one Brothel Ina t her grandparents an or and i employment Iii area above 57. Ohl i s told the in the heir regal by Hington county nil leers of Harriet convened for at meeting at hotel wednesday. Mardi 20th flank Vav a Man Secretary manager of the Burlington chamber of i unum in spoke briefly in top aides ailed by president the a mrp Iii i Call i in rental Al lit Al i of Cui >111 will in it the under in the kit Ains even Lute series at the Allred concluding travel in i Iowa we b Van Hapel this t monday evening at 7 30 in i. Film. Egypt i Olav to int tepid adv id in Al portrays Egypt in Beau till color arum with the Ulm give. A la a uniting narration i in look the fit i photo of i he Sula Buat Cheeps it made the in get ii it Filiti is Al King tut aka rnen�?~8 Tomb Aud in hew to the Sci Den seen sin a Oasis in tin hear or i diva ii t a picture til ter View w i la president Nasser and him it Many it it Hie familial sights such a the pyramids the Sphinx. In the nil rivet Cairo and be Sundria ate included opt must in Mim Industry and unemployment with figures to Back up his statements Wen nil freeing Aud enl i her Iii to Iii Ginop present ii slated that the late i Fig tire on employing it in Hie Burlington area slums an inn ease of 207 More people employed in that urea at the present tune than in Arr of 1957 we in talk ourselves into recession or a major depression he said he also High lighted the Many things that by Ling ton had to Oil in dust and gave a brie resume of their at oomph hmm in that area during the past de Ade John Kyi of Bloomfield candidate f of congressman of that Dunnet i the principal speak ,�?T1 for the meeting and he let practical Points for d in tile function of Date of National gov e. A Mathews and Hurt of i get land Fin mrs. Huber Price supports freeze to Ike Vav Hill. Ton in president feet Shower receives today a Bill to Reive ii tee supports on a tor a i a and a w acting by Senate democratic Leader Lyndon John a Oil tin t a veto would be a Quot Lushing blow Al agriculture Quot la Bill which would tweeze support s Iii id agr Oil trois at 1b5t level tor one year is intended to Beati Oil the reduction in milk prop ordered by agriculture secret v i Zia l Ait Benson to take effect april i Johnson anticipating the president a huh i it a by i a l a Oil Mendel Ion to veto the measure declared in a statement i would Ive a direct and in nits Taai announcement that Hie administration intends to Force farm pre it Down even lower than they Are now Quot i i i e Appl ared to he Little Chance thai Congress would Over tide a veto Register new Moi or vehicles no clues in steel throwing incident at Home Edward i Lurk taken by death also. Y ear twelve $200 Jane Rand scholarships Are Given As department scholarship a wards any member of the american legion or the american Lemon auxiliary or to son or daughter of a vet Elan of world War i or ii or the korean conflict is Quot eligible providing the applicant is a resident of Iowa. A Complete listing of other available scholarships for veterans children is Given in a need a lift Booklet prepared by the National the body will be at the Crane american legion which can by of funeral Home until time for the tamed from mrs. Paul Schmidt. J service. Al Ward Bulky. 70, died at the veterans Hospital Iowa City sunday night the son of Frederick and Dora so bet or Bulky he was born dec 8. 1887, in Henry county. He had been a farther Alloi his life residing one half tube West of Trenton on the Home place. Ile was a Veteran of world War i and was a member of the legion Post at Trenton. He was never married he is survived by a brother David Barky. It. Pleasant and a sister mrs Frank Monson it. Pleasant Rural route 2. And several nephews and Nief s his parents a sister mid three Brothers predeceased him. The funeral will by held wednesday afternoon at two of clock at the methodist Church at Trenton interment will be at Green Mound local police Art still reeking the identity of the person who threw a piece of steel Brough a Down stairs bedroom window at the Frank Vandersnick residence at till South main Street Friday about 11 30 j Iii mrs Vandersnick was in bed in Hie room Reading when the piece of steel 3 indies Long two inches wide and Inch i thick was hurled through two panes of the window la went j through a Shade Over mrs valid Al snick s head and hit a Chest of drawers broken Gla s was show i red Over the bed but mrs a snick was not injured earlier Friday evening Vandersnick reported that was seen peering through of the glassed in porch 9 30 the a Andersnn is started Barking and Muumuu apparently trying to open the door mrs a Andersnn k did t police after the first two incidents occurred but did so Altai the pied of Shel was thrown through the window. Officers searched the re a the Flat chunk of steel had welding Marks on it and is probably scrap Metal mrs. Vandersnick told the new monday morning that sin didst believe there was any indication that an attempt was made to hit her with Hie steel. Will demonstrate Street sweeper ii following person and firms j ii in Regis lured new motor Vej hic Lea Iii the noun i y treasurers i Nihei when no town is listed per son firm is from i pleasant j ars Mer in n i Linder. Chevrolet a i Fei motors Chevrolet. Cell i cd Peter Stoke Juergen Salem Chevrolet Wendell a Ball new London nude two rambler sheets motors inc. Ford. Donald i Wayland lord Harvey to Lim Man sr., Chevrolet i rank h Jones route to it Chevrolet and Everett r Jarvis Chry Lei divorce petition filed with clerk valid mrs. Man pane about dog Vas rear Call a petition filed at the courthouse by for divorce has been clerk s office in the Melby against j. That the Cou it. Pleasant ived together Loi James a v i i by. The Jet it Ion St aha pie a l red in a la 19. 1956, Auh until l pub i of 1958. The plaintiff asks for the custody of a minor child and that certain household goods be set aside for her inc choir recording to be heard at 8 30 j he Iowa we Jeyan choir May he i re Over station who monday night at 8 to the choir nil a Des Moines saturday in rout to Perry for a concert and from there continued to South Dakota. The tape recording was made at that time j Forth some people Unghi j oui of v Cli i he St it that each Public of finial needs to understand How hts i i i i leu la i of fit into the picture of american government and have j a Bas knowledge of political j philosophy the Job of county official he pointed i t is particular i in difficult since the have no ten a me of office and must spend part Jot their time during election years j to insure their re election and there is not no kind of a Merit system or guarantee it Security Fri a Job Well done Iii addition lie pointed out they have to he astute at in blk relations know thoroughly the Laws of the stat concerning the handling of their office find must keep abreast of changes in that procedure also he noted a hat All government positions Are becoming More difficult and More experience i. Necessary As oui n Lei become More involved Quot most citizens criticize their Public official i Kyi said by l hum he y Are uninformed Only about one person in ten in most Lucidi ties could give you an Deq Auric report on the duties of City county of shite officials he i commend d daily Eon in t s new papers school and is some of the mum mediums by which Public servants can acquaint i their constituents with the serv Jie is performed by their government our leons service he maintained faking time to explain and a Good Public relations program j will sell ourself your service and i your government to the people a the state president it get the engineers Ray Justin was present anti met with the engineers As the j discussed Road planning and building and legislation that would facilitate their Job a number of legislator in tin District and candidates for lie Iowa general Assembly were special guests for 1 the Day and discussed needed legislation for better county government. Larence Hagen Tate president of Hie recorders association met with the recorders in special sea i Sion to explain some of Hie prop i inns they will have in the and i ministration of the korean veterans Bonus that will be admin 1st i ated through the recorder s office and give suggestions to help work out plans to the care of the extra work Load that win come at their busiest season. Each group discussed legislation that will be considered by the association to submit to the next Assembly those attending i rom Hgt try county were i j Oiso i. Auditor j has a Ward. Treasurer Harold Davis clerk Helen Virden record. Or Bol git on eng peer Raymond Kinney and Maurice Lemasters assessors and Edward Breazeale. John met Cal t and Paul Rice of the Boud of supervisors. Washington Job president e it own today scheduled a super Seetot meeting with hts highest courtly aides on a topic Winch Hie White pet used to reveal new be. Re to to junes i lager to w uld n j go beyond saying that vier it Nho wet planned to Terc ivc i Quot special Leo it ii no them at this it Leady called 3 pm est of Hiie ii lust Hesston hugest said that the meeting and Hie report dealt with National Security Council matters and that it had Boon determined to hold the Caxton at the convenience of th1 president lit Ald tilts afternoon looked like a Good time i he White House spokesman sex flamed tim i in Hie of Csc developments various reports Are worked Quot to by Council personnel which must be presented to thim a it of he meeting ups at tor noon is of that nature although lie would not a win he the object matter involved disarmament nuclear tests or otherwise reveal its nature Hasty did reply Quot not at All Quot when asked whether it would have any bearing on a Summit meeting a mishap at Bridge cars driven by Muriel Peel Minneapolis mum and Joe Prince. Kau Field collided on Highway 218, two Miles North of it. Pleasant at 2 20 . Saturday. Tin Peel car a 1966 Oldsmobile was being driven South when in whet southbound car passed Lier it crowded to brr Side of the Highway the report stated she hit the brakes to avoid hitting the big reek Bridge and Hie Prince car. A 1954 Pontiac collided with the Peel Auto from the rear the other Driver did no to Stop. The i litre ear was damaged an t United $300 and the Peel a i Lune about $100. Neither Driver was Hurt Deputy Robert Nicholson invest Iga ted. Bell hop Here Friday evening sent Bell Don Bell of Kida has word hat he will have his hop Crew ready for a full evening u the Bell hop of the armory Here next Friday evening March 2h these Don Bell hops Are proving popular wherever they Are held i Vit i Quot a the pre teens group will have tim preference in the Early part i Hie evening and will be having their fun under the direction of Ralph Lay tor until Don Bell or i representative arrives. At the Cone fusion of this part of the program the teenagers will have their a Ding but All youngsters May participate prizes will be Given through the evening. Parents will be attending also As this is the annual family fun night sponsored by the band parents band members and parents a Selling tickets fur the evening of Tun and band parents Are arranging the refreshments. Judge re a asked in mayor s court lout motorists have been fined in mayor Wade Mcbeth a court on various traffic charges Marjorie j Norton it pleasant paid $�?T9 and costs on a charge of violating the nighttime Speed limit. She was one of 18 motorists Given tickets last tuesday by the Highway patrol operating a Speed analyser East of town Floyd k Pender Houghton was fined to and Coats on a Carole s driving charge. Wesley Corey new London and Arthur f. Gustafson local College student were Asse sed $3 and costs apiece on Stop sign charges. Tile tickets in these cases were issued by City Miler. A demonstration of a used wave Street sweeper will be held tue Day at 9 30 . According g Lac Vav Wright City manager the demonstration will Start at the Intel Section of Washington and Jackson Street the sweeper will be by night Here from Cedar petition $262.80 a office asking judgment for been filed in the clerk at the courthouse by Spahn and Rose lumber co. Of Dubuque against William r and Margaret Frye a promissory note is involved. At Fairfield father Dies j 8. Cowen off Airfield. Father of Jack Cowen of it. Pleasant died saturday March 22. Funeral services were held monday at 1 30
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