Read an issue on 15 May 1961 in Mount Pleasant, Iowa and find what was happening, who was there, and other important and exciting news from the times. You can also check out other issues in The Mount Pleasant News.
We use Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology to make the text on a newspaper image searchable. Below is the OCR data for 15 May 1961 Mount Pleasant News in Mount Pleasant, Iowa. Because of the nature of the OCR technology, sometimes the language can appear to be nonsensical. The best way to see what’s on the page is to view the newspaper page.
Mount Pleasant News (Newspaper) - May 15, 1961, Mount Pleasant, Iowa
Warmer the these Days by forge e. Sokosky tue marxist Empire a i i or years those who have studied marxism and its Leninist development in Russia have been1 calling attention to the fact that nothing less than the Conquest of j the entire Earth would satisfy the marxist principle. This has been j As Clear As Day since 1847 it is referred to in communist literature As the inevitable historic clash Between a new dynamic civilization and a decaying civilization which has served its purpose and is no longer needed. Those who Are unwilling to learn have a ked those who for 40 years now have been warning against the menace to refrain from exaggeration. In 1917, when the russian revolution occurred there were a in vex who recognized the peril of Tho bolshevik Advance out to most they were a fanatical band of incompetents who would shortfall. How incorrect this judgment was is evident today from the single fact that soviet Russia is successfully building an enormous and incongruous Empire and that Only the United states has the Power if not tile ability to withstand tile strength of the soviet Universal , Snow floods at widely scattered place slight showers Corn planting now Well along the 4 pleasant area received Illy wry Light show Efi Iii Tho band of Thunder term that visited huh of Iowa Over the Wek end shower.1 Are helpful at this Lime a the rain.4 Haw been rather Light though april and thin tar in May. Tile total for april was i 05 Inch 1 in tar id the Iii and line Are making eve Lieut Progress in their Corn Plantin a. With favourable weather the remainder of this we Cek. Ohio 80 to do far it of the Corn planting should be fint tied in the county. Algiers alerted for trouble a armed French troop mount armoured scout cars in Algiers As new outbreaks were feared during the Celebration of the anniversary of the 1958 settlers uprising. Government sources described the situation As a Tonee Quot and soldiers were ordered to shoot to halt Klodnycky Joe Riepe outstanding m fms senior army supermen adding dimension to f. S. Strategy scouts will help in Selling for old threshers to meet the communist Challenge in an area where nuclear weapons and classic conventional arms Are not the answer. This is the Arena of Hie Eland or disavowed War a what Kennedy called in his March 28 defense budget Massage the slow nibbling away at the Periphery of the fret world by forces of subversion infiltration intimidation indirect or non overt aggression i n i e Mal revolution diplomatic blackmail guerrilla warfare or a is nos of limit d wars Quot i trained for behind the lines guerrilla action in wartime the special fees exx its in a Duncon volitional warfare Quot can make the switch to Quot counter guerrilla Quot lighting Aud training in the fuzzy a Arena which is neither War nor is Ace but carries such grave j says primary holds and City streets to lose Lynn Wright Dies unexpectedly Edna Triune Day at Lincoln school memorial Day committee to meet special Section of news tuesday car struck suffers injury ism i 11 Kinney reported to pm a Ine that his car was struck on tile right fender by another vehicle on East Green Street Between i to and 3 . Saturday. Damage was estimated at $50. The Driver of the other machine involved did t report the Accident
Search the Mount Pleasant News Today
with a Free Trial
We want people to find what they are looking for at NewspaperArchive. We are confident that we have the newspapers that will increase the value of your family history or other historical research.
With our 7-day free trial, you can view the documents you find for free.