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Mount Pleasant News (Newspaper) - May 2, 1958, Mount Pleasant, Iowa
The it. Pleasant news a How Quot my vol. So no. To these Days by Fiorie e. Sokolsky the new encirclement in a significant interview with a ale Figaro a Khrushchev As usual made Many Side statements of far reaching significance. We americans. Tend to Over simplify the russians and their development until we Are caught Short by some stride that they have taken. In the a ale Figaro Quot interview. Khrushchev raises the question that few of us Are willing to recognize but which some of our thinkers such As Herbert Hoover and Hugh Gibson spoke of even when world War ii was in process namely that the United states could be isolated involuntarily. I quote from the Tass report of the interview that is the official russian report a speaking about the possibility 1 of building communism in the user in the conditions of capitalist encirclement Khrushchev called the interviewer s attention to the \ circumstance that at the present time the very concept of a capitalist j encirclement needs serious qualify cations. Now it is hard to Tell j Khrushchev said who encircles whom is it the capitalist countries j that encircle the socialist coun 1 tries or vice versa the socialist countries Are inhabited by i billion j people out of the 2.5 billion total world population with the stub Lish mint of tile world system of j socialism the world situation has changed radically and not in favor republicans of the county turned cling at the state level. Of capitalism consequently Cap out in unusual numbers thursday it Alist encirclement in the old evening to see and hear the party s meaning of this word is out of the candidates. It. Pleasant Iowa. Eri Day evening May 2, by Carrier 30 per week a by mall >7.50 per year new russian veto armadillo he Calls this Armor Detroit police inspector Bayrle Pace cuts Loose with a Shotgun to test Armor of an Alloy of plastic and fiber Glass made by Harvey Freeman i hat a Freeman in it. Quot i hardly Felt a he said. He Calls it armadillos International sound Hota state candidates push their campaigns at dinner trucks sideswipe on River Bridge Ream spills i i 3 a the most recent techniques employed by soviet Russia Are economic and might be regarded As capitalistic. They have to do with tile movement of goods the use of i Gold As a common denominator of currency and the substitution of russian for american economic and military Aid to countries which Annot stand on their own. The the Braze i ton dining room was filled to capacity several tables were set up on the Mezzanine and finally a Lew persons went elsewhere to eat returning for the program about 160 persons were served. I two trucks were involved in a the three candidates for state Side swipe collision on the Skunk representative Russell Beauchamp River Bride South on Highway 218 Elmer Meyer and John b Rockwell i at 5 15 pm thursday damage a wore introduced also the county heavy but no one was hint candidates e. Jolson for auditor the audience was treated to some i currency Ana me Kuosu Tuzun a straight from the shoulder Cam i russian for american economic pal Gning the candidates for governor and lieutenant governor i while not attacking each other per j most recent economic invasion by did attack the opponent Tel soviet Russia is into latin Anteri platforms directly and by inference. Ca. Too William Hayward for treasurer Russell Van Tuyl for sheriff Harold Davis for clerk Helen Virden for recorder Charles Garretson for county attorney Anc Hugh Dunner for Coroner All unopposed and the Board of supervisors candidates 1959 term Ray Baker l t Harlan and g d. Smith 1960 term my Kin Haberman. John Metcalf Clarence Reed and Wilbur safer. A 1957 orc Cream Huck driven by Russell Moore. Kewanee 111. And owned by Robert Briggs of be i Wanee was headed South and Flat bed Huck loaded with steel pipe j and driven by Muraj Applegate i Knoxville was going North when they sideswiped near the North end i of the bring e from the standpoint of the United states the most dangerous William Murray for governor county chairman presided and made the Cream truck continued on i South and hit the West Side of the Bridge ripping out the right Side Ben a Haler j us it t Ujj Al d causing Many cans the introduce of Cit am to spill out onto the clean up Day monday local residents ate reminded of the annual Spring clean up next monday cans. Glass and the Uke should be in containers and pm act d along alleys of streets where the contain ors can be spotted in City employee.1 City trucks will he used to haul the materials away Many Calls for baby Sitter Job mrs Dalton Gray was overwhelmed at the results obtained with a news classified wanting a baby Sitter Mie was kept Busy in two Days answering the Telephone Aud the Idoni hell. She reported Friday a. Final rehearsals i for Quot Harvey Quot at Olds Olds final Plaj rehearsals at Olds High school Are proving that a multitude of laughs some giant Sze Are Woven into the lines of Quot Harvey Quot the senior class play the play will lie presented May i and to at h pm fined in mayor s court two Ottumwa men James l. Hill and Lawrence j Bowe have been filled $5 and costs each in mayor Wade my Beth a court on improper registration charges tiled by the Highway patrol the men were transporting new executive of la. S. Steel to speak orations of soviet Russia Are in opened the discussions by stating Lions. They included mrs. Alyce be j Bridge. Moore finally got the truck j a ars from Illinois to Ottumwa Brazil and Chile. Brazil is suffering economically from an excessive Coffee crop dependent upon an a Merican Market which is appalled at the High and even unreasonable Cost of the commodity. By a pulverizing method the various instant Quot brands have come into existence have been popularized and Are in wide use. Economically the importance of the a a instant Coffee is that it is possible to get More cups of Coffee out of a Pound hts Way than by cooking ground Beans. Be All this As it May. The United fates cannot absorb All the three phases from the several in his Nesh county vice chairman Doro i stopped South of the Bridget platform bus Hopes for expanding thy Holsteen and Dick Peterson Industry in Iowa his desire for Iowa Wesleyan students w to were j rhe Spain Cream mad property tax Relief and his desire invited by rep. Fred Schwengel Bridge floor and Highway Slick to see Good schools in Iowa. He enlarged briefly upon each. Who could not be present Roy pleasant firemen were Pierce District committeeman mrs. I brought a Hemy county he took a jibe at gov. Loveless Marie Wilson president of the Iowa Ruck and washed the Cream Oft the it called Mutual tile Cream truck was damaged an some pipe cooled off tile truck when the two vehicles collided the by calling attention to the Gover Council of Republican women mrs. Norms failure to mention that prop q. W. Anderson president of the erty taxes had increased 35 million county Republican women and dollars during the period of the re of Cornick president of the diced sales tax. Murray is Strong Young republicans. In his Appeal to relieve property of j Telegram from rep Schwengel part of its tax Burden j expressing his regret at not being ,.jrh Sld of thetis Kinrd Bill. Gov. William Nicholas also Abr to be present was read. Many Apple at was damaged an Esti for governor said that he is Mak 0f the candidates expressed their mat a $ Joo-$700 there were two ing no promises his idea is to plug appreciation of the Fine work mrs in m ,., truck Marie Wilson did in managing the j Deputy Robert Nicholson and the state Republican caravan. She led Jug Hway patrol investigated. When stopped assures Ike Washington it ins president Eisenhower was assured by top Leader William i know land today die in it is it Wesleyan associates will hear an address b Edward c Loc Clinvle it president of United stat steel on june to lit Pitk it t Dunnet at the John Wes Ley Holland student Union on the Iowa Wesleyan c to pus the of ton will he the quarterly meet a of the a opiates a group of to Ess and professional Lea do a i i i et11 in who started at the Bottom with United status steel col pot at Ion 28 years ago. Was named vice president Chicago Jan nary 1954 Ile first became As soc in ted with u s steel in the Adwa using department of the uni a a1 Atlas Cement company in 1030 he was named assistant it Rotor of United states steel. Chicago i a Nill n relations department when it was organized in Jan i Miry 1937 from 1943 to August 1946, or Logelin was a special assistant to the a a St a it to chairman of United states steel and wits stationed til the corporation s new York offices during this period he Wax at live in i i lie administration of the Corpora ions National Public relations Ato vines i in August 1946, i Logelin retinue to Chicago As director of Public relations the position he livid mall becoming vice president 1 Chicago. J or Logelin is a director of the Community fund and move in in annual drives lie is a director of the economic club of Chicago the Illinois manufacturers association i Chicago association of Commerce my Industry and Junior achievement of Chicago he is a trustee of the Union league foundation for boy s clubs or Logelin was chairman of Illinois brotherhood week in 1957 and is chairman of the governor s committee on refugees. Man killed when a Rolls i amont Iii. It ins a 46 it or i old Liaise i ode ice Man George Lange w Quot killed rim Day when his car overturned on Highway or i a about two la i a i no Bdl Miles Wes i of Lamont tit Buchanan county a tithe till Aal the Man s it u apparent in went out of Coni rot of the Gravelled Road flipped me on j to its wheels my ricocheted int ii a Fence Lange was thrown from the Chi Cie. Hut was found de i Ina the iat missionary to speak at local Church sunday estimated $5,000 and is considered that the Senate will a uphold tile a total loss. The Cream loss was administration s posit Ion Iii aet my estimated at $1,000. I m Ned Williams medical missionary at Zed of Zoli in hoi thrash in Syria on the euphrates into will lie the guest a Peak at Flint i Tafoy Ieti a Church sunday morning he Aud mrs Williams Aud their four Chilli in will tic guests at the Church and id the Home old Aud mrs own Wilson Thev Hie Home on furlough while i we hams is Laking two years of residence surgery at Low a methodist hasp Tai Des Moines he has completed his lust tour veil term As a medical missionary in Syria and will return there to work main the syrian Christian duct to in charge of the Hospital at Zell to /.oil. The pre Bulei inn Chun ii helps support the syrian Christian doctor the charge of the Hospital Faith lutheran changes service time Faith lutheran of i pleasant w ill begin its so i v ices one Hall Horn j Currier during the summer months a beginning with tills sunday May 4 the new lame of services will be 9 a in. And the sunday school will Al j so meet one Hall hour earlier at to a in. Against inspection Iii Arctic United nations. N wins Russia vetoed today the Eisenhower plan for an International inspect Ion one in the Arctic Region. All other members of Hie United nations Security Council voted in supt Ort of the american plan. The veto cast by ambassador Arkady a Sobolev was no. 83 for the soviet Union in the 13-year history of the la. N. U s ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge pushed out at the russian obstructionism by saying Quot Over and Over again the soviet Union has rejected proposal for Pence in t he past is years. A once again la has turned Down i const met Ive proposal. Eighty three times it has used the four try to sail Lido test area taken Iii custody Honolulu ins four defiant americans today faced criminal contempt of court citations for taking their 30-foot Ketch Golden rub out of Honolulu in a Brazen at tempt to sail into America s forthcoming a bomb test area the tour were promptly intercepted by Alert coast guard Crews and taken into Federal custody at Honolulu where they remained behind bars today on the House approved unemployment relict Bill offer that Brazil wishes to Send the loopholes in tax collections lit this country or at the prices said. He believes that Many in ii hat Brazil wishes to charge. I Lions of dollars can be collected by group singing at the meeting and Quot therefore the russians who do not using some sound business prac or Jack Early gave the invocation rink much Coffee preferring Tea times. J Ink hot in glasses Are ready to j he made reference to the fall buy the brazilian surplus on a barter Deal. This would give rusts a foot in the door As it were >1 the most Catholic country of latin America. Too obviously the russians cannot consume this surplus Coffee crop it would ultimately dump it either among Coffee drinking Satel Tes such As the East or sentences Ofa a v a a a e two suspended a a i Donald e Stewart Burlington and Daniel l. Bell new London were Given suspended 30 Day jail sentences and $100 tines in District Sioux City w. L. Mooty of Grundy Cour Friday morning on charge la contributing to the delinquency of minors. They were paroled to their mothers. The two youths had pleaded Guil. to the charges on county at Rit i. I the nomination but there was not tar nov information our verily make a profit on this i a a tor in y . Quite the playing for keeps tone i charges Are the result of a j that was evident in the governor a Cage in Welch Stewart and Bell ship contest. J talked two new London juveniles into giving them $5 in the pretence Secretary of agriculture Clyde that if the youths wired to a Maga Spry expressed his pleasure at be Zinc firm in Chicago they would ing Back in Henry county his form get $20 Back. One of the juveniles or Home and related some of the wrote a worthless Check and the work in his office to which he us other cashed it. Seeking reelection. Iowa is seeking More Industry there Are great pos Pean Early Speaks election and told his audience that you have to Dreidel who is Best qualified the most capable and the most Likely to win in the fall election. The hire candidates for lieutenant governor Jack r Miller of Center and Alan Vest of Sac City germans. Did some serious campaigning and vie czechs or the hungarians or i. Also injected some humorous spurned dribble it into the world j.,. I ring to the Delight of the crowd. Larket slowly enough not to ruin _ i they were making Strong bids for he Price. The russians can in transaction. Ariot Lier Deal involves Chile Copper. This has become a political Ssue in Chile. Chile is one of the world s greatest producers of copier. On the other hand the Copper Market in the United states has slumped the Price of Copper is Down and there is talk of putting a protective Tariff on Copper in this country. Man killed in gun Battle youths sentenced Clinton la., ins three Clinton youths who did an estimated $5,000 damage to store display and House windows during a lock throwing spree March is Wen sentenced to a year in jail today at Clinton. Projects halted he a is a past president of the pub lie relations clinic of Chicago and i construction a trustee of the Riverside. 111. J presbyterian Church he is also a member of the National Public relations advisory committee of the j Community chests and councils i Logelin is a member of Hie Chicago club Union league club the South Shore country club and the Riverside Golf club i and mis. Logelin and their two children reside at 215 Northwood Road Riverside Iii Des mollies it ins ten const Rue Ion projects totalling $23,-815,000 were halted in Des Moines today when picket lines were established at the projects by striking mein tiers of Lineal 177 labourers Union. Work also was halted at 25 other construction Sites. These conditions seriously affect the Economy of Chile and there is j talk of soviet Russia buying the a chilean Copper production. Tile socialist and communist parties favor trading with soviet Russia those in Power fear to injure Chiles relations with the United states on the other hand the United states cannot Purchase All the Copper that can be produced in lie Western hemisphere for poll heal reasons without the slightest regard to economic necessity. Again the Point must be made that soviet Russia could accumulate stocks of surplus Copper could pour it into world markets thus affecting the Price. The use of the economic tool is rather recent in the soviets Effort to control the world Stalin apparently was too doctrinaire a socialist to bother with such capitalistic weapons. Khrushchev Bulgarin and Mikoyan not Only understand non socialistic Des Moines Gas an inquest was scheduled today into the Gnu Battle death of 27-year-old Clair Snyder of Des Moines who died of a gunshot wound in the Chest a police surrounded his Home. Officers rushed to the scene last night after being told that Snyder had threatened his Wile Mother and brother in Law with a Shotgun they reported he opened fire at them shooting at least twice patrolman Ralph Marquis fired a Shotgun blast through the front door of the House the Only shot 1 fired by police. Polk county Coroner r. Johnson said an autopsy will be held to determine if the wound Snyder suffered in his Chest was the result of the shot fire by mar i quis or was self inflicted. Auxiliary meets probe big jewel robbery the ladies Encampment Aux i diary met Ai the Loo f Hall i thursday at 7 30 p m with chief matriarch Edna Wehr presiding. There wigs an unusually Large attendance with one officer absent. Guests from Knoxville and Fairfield were Welcome visitors. All were glad that matriarch Alma Hays of Hills was Able to meet with the group alter a siege with the mumps and pneumonia. All Are invited to Ottumwa May to to attend a meeting of the different branches of the order. Nominations of delegates and officers were made and they will be elected at the june meeting. The next serving committee will be Ruth Wilson. Alma Hayes Nelda Patrick. Marie Mccoy Eva Sibili ties in the processing of its agricultural products he emphasized. Too the five candidates for Commerce commissioner two to be nominated present were Herbert m Reed of Panora Don m ropes at Chapel service when or. Jack Early. Dean of the College addressed Iowa Wesleyan students tuesday during the weekly Chapel he stressed the need for deeds As Well As lip service. Dean Early told the students to of Onawa. Frank Means of Manilla understand j something of giving mrs. Snyder and the couples two 1kerneen and Cecil Kephart children one year old Debbie and two year old Cindy crawled to safety from the House As police occupied Snyder attention. Of Ham Sand potato chips and Coffee were served alter which All enjoyed a social time. Refreshments Withes pickles Lloyd r Smith of Forest City and C. Tallman of Guthrie Center. Each spoke briefly. The two candidates for state senator from the Henry washing ton District a Charles Strothman and c. M. Vance spoke briefly also. Strothman voiced his dissatisfaction with inequities in taxation and Vance urged the election of a Republican governor and legislature thus fall in order to end the Bick themselves to god without Reserva former inc student opens Milwaukee office friends Here have received word that Emil Vranish a former Woyu Hon and emphasized the need to Wesleyan student has opened go from Creed to deed. He spoke of partnership with w t. Collins and this especially in the Light of build the men Are opening an engineering of brotherhood. My firm office1 in Milwaukee wis j or. Donald Bishop College Chap both registered professional lain introduced the speaker. The engineers they Are providing an Wesleyan choir conducted by or. Engineering design service in was David e. Price Sang an Anthem Contin and surrounding states a Lamb of also know How to operate Money banking and the use of commodities along capitalistic lines 125 attend fish Fry methods hut. Syndicate inc j some 125 men attended the Stag fish Fry at the . Post 2561 thursday night. In addition to the engineering copyright 1958, King features a Catfish baked Beans Cole Slaw and lengthy article concerning the new Coffee was served. Try formed firm. Vranish was graduated from the University of Michigan. While taking College work Here he assisted at the Yocum acreage at the South Edge of it. Pleasant. A recent Issue of the Milwaukee Magazine carried a Beverly Hills calif., uns police detectives sought a solution today to Southern California s biggest jewel robbery. While a Confederate waited in an Alley with a getaway ear two masked men robbed Hie Marvin hone wholesale jewelry company cd $150,000 Worth of jewelry and precious stones last night with Shotgun and pistol they forced live employees two women among them to lie on the floor while the showcases were smashed with a crowbar and looted eight other employees in the Back of the building were unaware of the robbery until after it was Over. Brief Case stolen from parked car a car owned by Stern finance co Oldes Moines was broken into i thin Aday night at the Howard Doty residence at 415 North Lincoln Street and a Brown Brief ca1 e containing some important a Liers was taken. Doty is a representative of the Des Moines firm. J Entrance to the car was gained by breaking out the left ventilating Glass. Iowan killed in Minnesota crash Caledonia Minn Ink a 56-\ i a old new Albin Man. Harold 8 Ryan was killed thursday when his car went out of control and overturned on Highway 76 just North of the Iowa line near Caledonia Minn authorities said hts ear crashed into a ditch the Federal government owns 49,115 buildings in California which Cost $1,586,181,009. Bond Issue for Keota school District approved Keota Unk a $450, Kio found Issue for the Keota Community school District was approved by voter in two counties yesterday by a 625-89 margin tile District lies in Kirkuk and Washington coun tie. The Money will be used to finance construction of a new elementary school and Multi purpose gymnasium building. Grant for research under Van Allen is received enters plea of not guilty Iowa City ins Hie University of Iowa today accepted $04,564 in gilts and Grants including $23,778 for space and other High kit tilde research under Hie leadership of sait elite scientist or. James Van Allen from the finance i committee of the state Hoard of regents the National science foundation i Grant to the Sui physics department designated $21,265 for cosmic Ray research by or. Van Allen j and $2,513 for experiments with Small balloons by research associate Kinsey Anderson the new Grants bring to approximately $585,000 the total of psf support for interim tonal geophysical year projects of 1 Van Allen and his associates. Names Bourdreaux head of commission Des Moines ins a governor Herschel c Loveless today announced the appointment of Louis Bourdreaux of Cedar rapids As chairman of the Iowa development commission. Bourdreaux succeeds Clyde Hendrix of Clinton whose resignation was announced earlier today by Loveless. Hendrix who will remain As a member of the commission gave up the chairmanship because of duties in Washington. Sworn in at Keokuk Heads Navy nurses Cash Ruth a. Houghton takes the oath in Washington As director of Navy nurses. She is from Andover mass. International Adrian h. Kempker what cheer pleaded not guilty to an indictment charging him with operating a motor vehicle while he was intoxicated when arraigned in District court Friday morning. A trial Date will be set by the court. Gave up or. Rodrigo l. Sarmiento filipino surgeon is shown right with a detective after surrendering in new York for questioning in the stubbing Neath of nurse Margaret Kabak 33. He had been hunted for four Days. International Keokuk. Ins a a Keokuk attorney and former Fri Man w. Logan Huiskamp was sworn in thursday As a judge in Lee county District court. He was appointed to the past by gov. Herschel Loveless to fill the j unexpired term of the late g. L. Norman who died about one month i ago. Huiskamp will preside at it. Madison during the present court i term
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