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Mount Pleasant News (Newspaper) - May 20, 1958, Mount Pleasant, Iowa
The it. Pleasant news fair these Days by George e. Sokolsky the significance of Nixon to of spat upon for his country to Ila pc rocks hurled at him to see his wife imperilled by an angry mob and to know that a missile might maim or even kill Hun is the Ruji Prience of few men. Vice president Nixon As everybody now knows comported himself with dignity which is not difficult but also with humility which is the hardest task of All. He came away without anger but surely with More understanding. When he said that we cannot take our friends for granted he said what few politicians recognize namely that gratitude can be a profound virtue and should last longer than the first slight. In laddies the phrase is what have you done for me lately Quot bean Acheson in his extraordinarily understanding Little Book Quot Power and diplomacy Quot made the Intuit i with cliches about our three thousand Miles of undefended l rentier with Canada and the Good neighbor policy toward latin America we pass on to worry about algerian Independence and inure of Oman. Yet All is not going Well in our this is so True but it was also True when he was Secretary of state and before him. For when we gave up the Monroe doctrine and adopted the Quot Good neighbor policy Quot we relinquished substance for Shadow Assurance for Promise Protection for risk w Ith the re it. Pleasant Iowa tuesday evening May 20, 1958 a Mil. By Carrier 3b per week air crash fatal to 12 Rev. Stout to give address at memorial Day service receives defense Bond a hand Beattie left Ieese Ives i defense braid from Robert Kennedy who made the presentation on by half of Hie Junior chamber of Commerce the award was Given Iii recognition of rattles winning the local Rodeo a car driving test Beattie was the local in the it to contest held at Washington saturday. Winner of that event was Robert Donnelly a senior at Garrison. Dennis bergs test of notre Dame High school in Burlington won second. James Smith of Sheiron Doah won third vote to renew special Powers for of Limin Paris. I ins a Premier Pierre Pflimlin offered a series of com sult that latin America has been Promise concessions today in an at disturbed As though hit by a Cyclone since the end of world War ii and in stimulating trouble the communists have had a free hand since the 1920�?Ts when Lombardo Toledano organized for the Conquest of latin America for the Kremlin and set up his Headquarters in Mexico City which is today the True powerhouse for communist activity in the United states. Church fund up to $30,000 tempt to Bridge the Gulf Between pails and Algiers and resolve Frances worst postwar crisis the Premier followed the axiom Quot if you can to whip them join i them Quot in discussing the dissident Winfield a the Rev. C e. Chand generals in Algeria and the de j 1 a rpm its that $30 too in Cash and mands by Gen. Charles Degaulle a a get have been promised in the for a stronger French government i two Day kit of Campaign con Pflimlin spoke in the National j ducted after worship service Sun Assembly during debate on the request by bus six Dav old govern Rev. Gilbert Stout pastor of to first methodist Church will give an address entitled. business a during the memorial Day is vices Here next week at the site of the Henry county memorial Mark in Saunde is Park. Oiler program plans were announced during a meeting of the planning committee held at the american legion Hall monday evening. I lie Complete Prog am is As follows. Invocation Rev. Granville la forge of the Calvary Baptist Hutch. National Anthem it. Pleasant senior High band general Logan a orders read by Janet Hayes. Girl scout selection by male quartet Quot sleep Soldier sleep Quot Basil Huston Iii Bob Mclean Lynn Cochran and Karl Vermace Gettysburg address Clarence Cory memorial Day address a a unfinished business by Rev. Gilbert Stout placing of wreaths Benediction father Ryan of St Ai Phons us Church firing squad and taps military Pav raise Bill signed very Little has been done by this country to meet this situation Day and on monday toward the j new $35,000 sunday school Educa tonal addition to first presbyter i Lan Church. The committee is elated Over the Success of the Campaign and Hopes soon to be Over the top after hear-1 ing from other members and ment for special Powers to Cope with the algerian rebels. This re quest is routine and is made by All first because it was not recognized incoming governments. As a serious american problem in i As expected the National assent til recently secondly because of Bly overwhelmingly voted to renew our Europe first policy thirdly i the special Powers for Puii Mrna a j Fri ends of the Church because we took latin America for government. The vote was 475 to j 1 he Rev Chandler also reports granted and finally because we too. With the communists voting Ileal there is a possibility that the failed to realize that a storehouse with the government. Of raw materials requires a Market and that the Best available Market Pflimlin promised the deputies tor latin american products is the that Algeria would remain French United that government controls Zinc Lead Coffee Copper Oil and would be restored and the army Many other such products Are what entrusted with Power there. We must take from the latin a the Premier rejected a demand Merican countries if they Are to by former Premier Pierre Mendes this it through their own product f prance that he condemn the Diss Ivity. The fact that such countries Dent military men in Algeria who As Brazil and Colombia produce have taken Over civil controls in the Moval the Northeast Cement More Coffee than the world can bei1pf Algeria would slip away from Steps a Keg Anjil Mam of consume does not influence them the French. Into acknowledging that the United the military leaders in Algeria. States cannot buy All that they said Pflimlin. Quot had obeyed the will offer at the prices they choose to i to defend National Unity Public or ask similarly it is impossible for Der and Republican the United states to consume All Pflimlin sought to steal some of the residual Oil that Venezuela Degaulle s Thunder by putting a wishes to Export particularly As a Legal cover Over the generals in Al residual Oil is a miserable product i Geria and promising constitutional which docs damage to our own Coal Reform to strengthen the executive and protect French cabinets against frequent overthrow. This is a key Point of Degaulle is pre Gram. His declaration that the army would be entrusted with Power in Algeria was something the military contract will be let by july list and that the new addition will be ready for use by late fall. The plans for the $35,000 addition As drawn by Arthur x. Christiansen. Davenport architect Call for the doing away with the North Entrance to the Church and putting two class rooms in the entry space making a walk in Entrance to the basement and Sanctuary upon re trance at the Southeast Corner with a new one floor Brick faced Structure being added to the South at that Corner and big enough for six sunday school rooms. Graveside rites for Kongable infant sgt. Der re 11 Goddard presided during the meeting attended by it persons representing patriotic organizations. Those participating in the Parade will assemble in front of the it Gion Hall at 9 30 . Anil proceed South on Jackson Street at to . Instead of 9 00 and 9 30 As previously announced. Sgt. Goddard will again Seive As marshal of the Day and the order of Parade is As follows i american legion commander Richard How. Veterans of foreign wars commander Don Mech na-1 tonal guard commander Captain Den Ell Martin and army Reserve unit commander Captain Leo tur Ley will Lead the Parade. I2 vow and american legion members carrying colors 3 firing squad <41 american legion Bob Tribby Post no. 58 5� veterans of foreign wars Post no. 2561 a 6 american War dads a 7 National guard 8> it. Pleasant senior High band <9> army Reserve Ltd i women a Relief clips 111 daughters of american revolution 112 daughters of Union veterans Washington ins presided Eisenhower today signed a Bill giving virtually All members of the armed forces with two years service j at least a six per cent a raise starting june i the permanent pay scale re vision will Cost an ext a 576 million dollars this year and probably More in the next few years the pay increase is aimed at encouraging highly skilled personnel to make military life a career instead of turning in their uniforms for higher paying jobs in Industry. Congress passed the legislation after being told that there is an alarming shortage of technicians to Man complicated space age weapons systems. The defense department Estamal i de that the pay increases will go to i 1.682.000 persons on Active duty 700.000 in the reserves and 210,000 on the retired Rolls. The pay boost was one of the Means of strengthening National i Security recommended by the sen ate preparedness subcommittee of j ter its lengthy missile satellite j hearings. J anon the biggest illnesses under the j on my throngs lined Broad new Law go to High ranking of i was and 0tbpr streets in mid town cers with a four Stai general or Manhattan As his police motor Admiral getting a High of $1,700 a j Cycle ers Cork do motorcade rolled month compared to present pay of from tie Airport to the hotel Astor 11.276 a Corporal will get $160 a month Airliner and Jet crash in f Lames rousing Welcome for Ike new York. Ins president Eisenhower received a rousing Welcome in new York today on arriving to make a major report to the nation on the economic Situ Brunswick my. Hns twelve persons were killed and one survived today when a capital airlines plane and a Maryland air National guard Jet collided and crashed in flames near Brunswick. The Jet Pilot who parachuted to safety was the sole survivor. All la persons aboard the Airliner perished and the twelfth victim was a passenger in the Jet whose identity w As not immediately disclosed by National guard officials. The Jet Pilot capt. Julius r. Mccoy of Baltimore was taken to memorial Hospital in Frederick md., treated for Burns and placed under sedation. Hospital authorities said to could not be questioned for the time being. Capital airlines officials in Washington announced that there were no survivors among the four Crew members and seven passengers of the Airliner a four engine Viscount. The airlines of acc identified Tho Crew As capt. Kendell j. Brady. 39, 312 i Shawnee Park Forest 111. Paul Duncan of Columbus june j first officer Paul f. Meyer 26, Mon and Betty Bias Oladel will 2834 Stafford ave., Markham. Iii. Sing the leads Friday evening at i first stewardess Jessie Hunt. 26, Lookout Littie red Riding Hood la playful ? you think so it you Weie Little red Riding Hood. They re Grey Timber wolves newest additions to los Angeles municipal menagerie. They can to be tamed can to be trained can to be civilized in any w a. International s<>unr1p>ioto Folk opera ast announced at inc 8 15 in the Lolk opera Quot Down in the Valley at Iowa Wesleyan College. 59 Victory Hamburg n. Y. Second stewardess Helen Iriz Zary 25, 1769 Stein drive North in his next pay Check instead of the $140 he has been drawing. A master sergeants pay will go to s255 instead of $234. A limited number of enlisted men with special skills will get extra pay of $50, $100 or $150 a month. Some officers holding posts of unusual responsibility will get the same extra pay. Detain two men for questioning i two Lomax. Ii Brothers. 28 and 24. Were taken into custody by j local police about 2 10 pm. I ties a Day on North Broadway entices 113 american legion auxiliary Are checking on them where he was to deliver the speech at 7 30 . Cd i j the president stood bareheaded i in his limousine to give his familiar two armed wave to the cheering applauding thousands. Or. Eisenhower a address to an economic mobilization conference of the american management association will be carried to the nation Over radio and television. Indications were it would be an anti recession Pep talk. After arriving at the hotel at bout 12 30 Edt or. Eisenhower napped then had lunch with news Secretary James c. Hagerty and maj Gen Howard Mac. Snyder ins personal physician. The production is under theban Shore Long Island n. Y. Industry. The latin american countries. On the whole do not emerge from primitive social and economic conditions As rapidly As their intellectuals would like because Industrial j a Jong yearned for Ornton is too slow the markets for their products too Uncertain their per capita earnings too Low. Such an area is a Well manured Field for communist propaganda and agitation and for antagonism against those who really help these people by investing their capital in the development of the area. Poverty disease disappointment ingratitude Are Good soil for trouble. Such development is regarded As exploitation and the More capital that is invested the less we Are liked. H. W. Garrison taken by death latin american intellectuals if they rebel at All. Become marxists Iii a revolt against roman Catholic christianity. In fact the latin american intellectual if he is not a Catholic does not often become a protestant he in More Likely to become what lie Calls a scientist but what we would regard As an atheist. In modern terms he becomes a marxist and either joins Tho communist party or a splinter group of a United front. In any Harold w. Garrison former resident Here and hog buyer for the Krey packing co., died at the Garrison Home at 6411 Morningside drive. Kansas City to. After leaving Here a sew years ago he became a livestock buyer for George s. Hess and co., of the Liv Quot Stock Exchange at Kansas City. He retired three months ago. He was bom in Shelbyville. To. And had lived at Kansas City ten years prior to moving to it. Winfield graveside rites for Gregg Lee Kongable who died May 19 were held at the Winfield Scott township cemetery tuesday afternoon with the Rev. C. E. Chandler officiating. He was the infant son of Sheldon and Sandia Batler Kongable of Winfield. He was born sunday May 18 at Burlington. Besides his parents he leaves the grandparents or. And mrs. Eldon Baun of West Chester and or. And mrs James Kongable of Winfield. The Bat ton Mckasson funeral Home was in charge of the services. No. 58 1,14 veterans of foreign wars auxiliary no 2561 <15> it. Pleasant Junior High band <17 boy scouts 18 cub scouts 19 girl scouts and brownies too committees of workers from the various ladies groups will assemble at the legion Hall thursday evening May 29. Starting at 6 30 . And make the several Hundred of Fleer Eugene Barnes who was off duty was working in the Yard of his Home on North Broadway near the Railroad crossing when psychiatrist test ties joint auspices of the departments cd music drama and physical education. Or. David e. Price head of the music department is directing the chorus work and coordinating the performance. Robert a Davis of the. Music faculty is directing the soloists. Mrs. Jean k. A Tell head of the speech and drama department is stage director and mrs. Don Carper physical education instructor is in charge of the choreography. The student business manager is Joann Peterson senior from Oak Vilie Donna Mccarty music major from Argyle is in charge of publicity and is serving As one of the two accompanists. Marilyn Brannon. Flt i t Madison is the other. The sets Are by the play production class. Jett Kellum Chicago senior is stage manager and William Gilson. Keosauqua is in charge of lights. Lincoln be in a Payne of the men came up to him j Chia Cist ten ii led today mass slav j poked him in the Back he told him that he wanted something to eat that he Hadnot eaten for several Days. Barnes noticed the other Man near the tracks and saw that he had a sack of sandwiches. The officer told Tho ainu who or Charles Starkweather could kill a pet Iai Wanh no More realization of the consequences than that of a boy Quot King a Cap pistol and saying a bang you re dead a Quot or John f Steinr Nan of Lincoln was the final witness called by the defense seeking a verdict of Quot inno supporting parts in the modern j one id opera by Kart Weill Are j taken by roil Sonnenburg Albia Paul Pennington Columbus Junction. Sharon Davis Hedrick Richard Murphy and Douglas Reed it pleasant. Duane Munson Wellman. Mary Lou Simmons West Chester Robert Hammesfahr Elmhurst Iii. And Carroll Alexander Rockford 111. The chorus includes members of the Wesleyan choir. Eyewitness account by mrs. William Heffner As told to International news service Brunswick md., ins a i was in my Kitchen at about 11 30 this morning when i heard this big crash it sounded like a blast. I ran out into my Yard and saw a big Silver coloured plane smoking and coming Down in a kind of spiral. Underneath the big plane two Small objects were smoking and falling i Tell what they were. It was an eerie sight. The weather was Clear As far As i could see. There were a few Clouds. But the Sun was shining. And the Sun sparkled off the big plane As it come Down. It was coming Down pretty fast. I guess it did no to take More than a second or two. Then the big plane disappeared and the other objects disappeared i behind a Mountain about six or j seven Miles away a near Point of 1 Rock. Corn planting in Iowa ahead of usual Date asked for something to eat that in cent sprays to decorated the Graves of would go in the House and photo owner has House trailer taken off Fence veterans. Individuals having Flowers they wish to make a amiable for the wreaths Are urged to Call mrs Edd Bowers at 285 red of mrs. William Megorden at 169 so that arrangements can be made to hav it Ghi scouts pick them up Cecil or Beckner Ottumwa Rural had his House trailer moved off a ant in 1940, he returned to Kansas Fence at the Wllliam Smith farm City two years ago. He was a mein South on Highway 218 late monday Ber of the Central presbyterian afternoon. Arrangements were Church in Kansas City. Made to pay for the damage caused surviving Are ins wife mrs. Alice j t0 the Fence m. Garrison and a brother. Re j pop trailer was in a carnival Dolph Garrison of Carthage. To a a convoys a head for it. Madison late i sunday night when it broke Loose for his Wile to come Home and prot pare something Foi him. Barn called the poll station then co his gun and detained the Man the other brother came up into the Yard and Barnes also detained him tile Pollee ear arrived and the of members of the vow amen an. took the Brothel to the to War dads and boy scouts will Dee j lice s of Ion Lur questioning orate the Graves of veterans with the Brothers had a new to tit the sprays on memorial Day Pine j Iron a Many a new shirt and a to Parade time. 1 woman a new purse with them. Tile Brothers told officers that Nellie Schmidt gave a report j of they wore on their Way to Wyoming tiie Progress made to Date in treat and were planning to hop a West my the names of the Henry county b0uikl fre get it they said t icy i cd men who were casualties during Hie Brt in it pleasant Mer reason of tile i 19-year-old Starkweather being tried Fen one of la slayings head melted claims he killed in sell defense i Steinr Nan told the court the defense plea is consistent with a i paranoid personality the Persecu-11ion Complex of the world is a inst me Type Steinr Nan lined to other six teenagers killed Iii Denver Des Moines. Ins a Coni planting in Iowa is apparently Well ahead of the usual rate according to a report today by the Iowa weather and crop bulletin. The report said indications were that by monday evening about 80 percent of the Corn crop had been six teenage i panted. Last year Only 50 percent was a a in at this time while the 10 do a fiver ins you is apparently Quot a 11 c h i n go classes at suburban Adams City j year average is close to 65 percent self High school were killed today when for Ilis Date. On a free also Gilead of More usual Plant Ings is the soybean crop. The serv their car hit a sign to Way in Denver. Ment do Fen pc it i Turin brain i a lists called to declare that acted through Quot Short circuiting by the Stark impulse of the ice said about 45 percent had been i lie victims were Al Gerald Fleck,1 planted by last evening As Coni 18. Marvin r Newberry 17, har pared to the Normal 30 percent and by l Hayes 16 James d. years 25 percent at this time. 19 and Nairas younger. 17, All of a moisture shortage was still belie by. Colo and Urban j j acquit i ing reported last weekend by about . By China Case he becomes professionally in charges against solved in anti americanism. It is astounding that our universities have had so Little influence upon latin american intellectual life. Tokyo. Ins a red China stepped up an ominous self styled it latin americans no Onger use crus Acup against american a Daggres the word Gringo they use Yanqui which has come to have an in la Cora Hie connotation. It May be necessary to restore the Monroe doctrine first and then give blood transfusions to the economic and social order in latin America but without denying the Western hemisphere to the communist system no improvement will Sion Quot in Indonesia tuesday with a claim the United states has delivered More than 10.000 guns As Well As ships bombers and fighter to the indonesian anti 1 rom the car pulling it. Went into a ditch and across the Fence. There was considerable mystery about the trailer monday. Beckner had left it after the mishap and residents nearby did not know details of the Accident or what had become of Beckner. Korean conflict efforts Are continuing to secure a Complete list of these War heroes the group expressed the hop that Manv flags would be displayed in it. Pleasant again this memorial Day As was the Case last May 30 those being honoured on this a were in the a my. Navy main my. A Vav Calls top councils 16, of Henderson Colo the school cancelled game it Hedu led today. The Star Catcher. A baseball Fleck was Cardinal Stritch still in critical period d inn i marriage License issued Coln Mun Cost rebels. Mean much copyright. 1958, Syndicate. Inc Kins _ Burlington a a marriage License has been issued Here to Orville b. Features Pence 27, Lomax 111., and Shirley m Pollack 22. New London. Rome ins Samuel car Stritch a personal physician said today the prelate felled by a corps and coast guard and fought cerebral stroke yesterday As he was under the Flag of our country of recuperating from an amputation land upon even sea and in the operation Quot is no longer in in air. They had the greatest respect mediate danger of losing his for the american Flag. Thousand but the 70-year-old Chi to were wounded in Battle to defend archbishop was Able to say ooh a it. A great Many died so that we j few words and was partly Para can keep the stars and stripes Fly j lazed the mid Day medical Billing proudly Over our schools Homes j 1<ftin said he waa still in a a critical and cities and so that we May a1 period a a ways have the Light to Salute the Flag proudly. The next meeting of the plan Ning committee was scheduled in monday evening. June 2. At 8 pro governors panel Wauls conference Miami Beach ins a panel of nine governors sharply split on How to Deal with the problem of extending unemployment compensation agreed today that a White House conference on anti recession legislation should be urged on president Eisenhower. The group authorized gov. Abraham Ribicoff of Connecticut its chairman to have a formal Reso ploys again today on behalf of the Lution on tile proposal submitted of it i to extend current labor con a for possible adoption by the full tracts tot two More years. J governors conference. I troll in the United a to worker Union today called he top councils of its general motors fold and Chrysler depart me us into an emergency session in Detroit frailly amid indications i n t of Brak in Hie negotiations May come this week end. The summons was issued from the office of Law president Wal-01 Heather no explanation was in by the Union meanwhile general motors president Harlow h Curtice appealed to hourly rated pm Ein 57 percent of the observers. The shortages came mainly from the Northern two thirds of the state and were mostly confined to Hie topsoil. However these reports did not take into account the Rains Over the past weekend and the service said it was possible that Hie shortages would be reduced or even eliminated. Wildcat strike at Cape canaveral Cape canaveral fla., Gas several Hundred construction workers waged a Wildcat strike today at the Cape canaveral missile launching Center. The International brotherhood of electrical workers said it had not sponsored the walkout a spokesman said no Union stand would be made on the matter a until w e i id out what its All
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