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Mount Pleasant News (Newspaper) - November 2, 1961, Mount Pleasant, Iowa
The it. Pleasant news 7?/ vol. Us. No. 238 it. Pleasant Iowa Tiu us Ayk , nov. 2, 1961 these Days by George e. Sukdsky Kloko \ Nizin g St i i i pm Mim circular no. 27 of Tho state do part Inonu indicates that a to organization of that department is taking place and that unnecessary positions arc boing abolished which is All to Tho Good i it i done prop Fly j111 it i o lie in Ori 1 of efficiency and compel once if jobs Arr shifted from state to the cd a without removing pit Olla. Then is no actual Economy a a matter of fact the Cia requires annul to am Mas Rem Ani at Ion w it a v eve to eliminating from it doctrinaire preparing for nuclear i ests Persona in in j it nit Ains to p the thai thai Art wine clerks hould policy which tin a their own. The St to de a i grow ii id u Dull t ome a \1 i v col t Iii Winch policy a do w Nim a a a amal 11a Pons. T 1 id to. Novel in Lowel stat t in n criticism w la ii and 1 Sci to d As no n on the 1 kit jew it Khz in gov rement 1 i ate can a s a right toe making men accept. Ess an <1 t a i tin ii no Rountr \ tan Futon in the Brotie h i s a the is a i it in is it u t Ila. Boc al it iou Pula it i by re Lovalle p he it mrs of the so that Public it no too no y no pm it. �?�iu1 i floor do ii it to it a the fourth f. A till \ i i to a in it ii not r j al Hurch women to observe world Community Day is fre Donri without knowledge possible in today s world in the Strong belief that Freedom must be buttressed by knowledge. Protestant and orthodox Church women in Tho United states Arpo paring for their annual Obser a. Nee of world Community a. Friday. November 3 United Church women of have announced plans for the local Observance tin. Will be held at the y Michael s Church at i 30 p in tin United Council of churches i concentrating their efforts on in Cay to learn mole of our latin Ann i an neighbors a Freedom to know Quot. The theme for world Community Day it highlight or vhf Church wove program for peace education and action i-, oppor unit in a in South ame lean count , esp Eliahy for Yunen. Are few and difficult to la Good year Iii Industrial development look ahead Dai Ziele Arnellies. France Carmen Bohrer Crystal Lake 111., Spain Haracio. Mexico Linda Rinnan moan tour 111 Mexico. Chica in is a t no Cut h do in to pro tee ill a i ,. Cia who Are re p. Dot a a in i cuban Fiaro 1 a i. A or. A Vaive and Polit u al err a1 a Pun the Fth a cd rent 1 a erg 1 Izat 1 i rep.1 re men in something to do Vav in ii the 1 mid by de pm a. A Thorn i ppm 1 a rat Kui is a a a s it 1 a the admin Ria a a 1. La main est t at Pun i. To milk Loun for. Vav Mill Leal appoint Ccu Vav 1. To ii lid not be in i. A in 0 or Glt a v eminent it the. T i d in i 1 a t #11 is fault v. I it Par men can be it v ii .1 a 1. Or it time. Allottee a a a Tif fir so de part Meir is nth Budge iry Cliffith 1 1 Tatua from the costly trip to a inca by s spy Williams and the various trip by governor Harriman Adin n Stevenson. Vice Johns a and 0tiler. Who traipse about tiie car la sum it get t ii Ltd ii a. A a pre id it on have Bren of great value to in country Tho Quot of soapy w h. Mgt hav a not been product rive of Ai a pact in alar a hic in a to 1 the i Gamal 1 Rifer of Chester Bow lies have thus far Tif to is lit of Heel in ii to Ion in the i i i t it tiiu i i so ate de a r men. But Sonu of is no evidence of pc forma i in a u til Oulu r hand. Or Cly i. Ii v. A id t Hal u is of a or Cepa to t Roo Are it d that k ties ads it a Cohu . Lowll it i Der a alway i n the a on stale As to presid it. Must to 1 responsible policy and nut 01 a1 of gov. In i the to 1 it tin s tie department j a a t i to War its task a to cart Aion Quot wll h can w Ith Olla r Natl Ai ii a Sci Ai d lot la Quot pars no i in a be trained to seek peace arum a amends not of St or up Trombu and a 1. Keement other departing a of a in in Cut May be envy cd in espionage As in propaganda but state must move in a a n net in i r Endi a Ham its men must maintain Friendly peril Loams with men of other tries even enemies and there s be a readiness to get ilk president Quot f net on 1 Polit 1 and to instruct what it should do the not Adlai Stevenson for National conduct. In however the president chooses to accept Adlai Steven ones advice As Woodrow a h in accepted colonel House s advice to it is the president s re. Poi i Brlity and it is up to people to determine whether his judgement is Correct or false. In a word. The president May seek and accept advice where he chooses but the responsibility for what happens is his not his advisers for instance if Adla Stevenson was wrong about Cuba As he undoubtedly was. It is the president v to is responsible for accepting his advice just As he is res lip usable for the errors Chester Bowles has made a the two China policy. Our is a government of fixed re possibility and that responsibility cannot be delegated to associates assistants or underlings. Franklin d of veil expanded government beyond the absolute necessities of efficient administration and the administration has rom in tied along those lines but that Dot not if foot Respah Bilby America before colossal educational undertake if it is to meet the Nedr of new in tic in history the includes providing Opportunity forty four million illiterates Abote fifteen million children o school age not in school p Mary Louis Arlt lacking secondary Odic is and out of school education for adults in thaw. War it there is the Greaten need it the Recd which United Chun. Women will help meet it a world Community Day rho i train will to led by . H Ward Hills. Preside t of the is is of he methodist Civ. Cli the , of the afternoon will be a panel discussion of South and its needs lid by mrs. Mary Swanky and mrs Ernsberger. Whose husband leaches Spanish in the local s Hook Quot the pm Vergers Aud mrs Swanee have both lived for a number of years in South America. The offering received on world Minim a. Day will help train in american leaders for adult conf Dun either in their of n or other count ires and fur her i muted cd 1 a ii women s International relations program. It will make possible the con nation of the work carried out in co operation with the Ayuda Cristiana eve Angelca Quot in Santiago Chile where nutrition classes Are being conducted in tile churches for tin w men who live in the new housing developments or in the Quot Hack towns surrounding the City. Educational opportunities in Brazil ire in a new arca of cow rce this year a social welfare pro or in the a Vela outside of Rio de Janerio will be undertaken in co it i ration with conf cd fracas al do Brasil a Favela is he unorganized Shack town in an industrialized area which lacks running water and is often with 0 i ii or sanitation almost halt of the population is comprised 01 Young people vet there Are few. Moo Many babies die before thee Are a year old. You arc invited to join the United Church women of it. Pleasant this Friday afternoon at the episcopal Church to learn More of a he Opportunity to do your part in in Puig to meet and take care of this need. If you Are interested in answers to questions like is Freedom without knowledge possible in today s world is building a world at peace related to the critical educational needs of women and children in developing outlines then plan to attend the world Community Day service of our local United Council of Church women. Friday. November 3. 1 30 pm to St. Michael s episcopal Church the year had been a Good out n Industrial development rent pleasant Blue Bird body com pall had derided to locate Here now the pm <111 is Well along towards comply lion detail in the Cornu Don thing of the work done and the transactions that have taken place some ii of the future All were in the discussion a the annual inert a of tin her it Industrial development Eorpoia-1 Ion at the br.,/ lion Wedreu nay i evening. Great Satis in t Ion and elation it re indicated More formal tie.1. I this connection will occur int r tis discussion led by i id in Frank Dot Lucia was More concerned i at the moment about the Futon 1 the corporation owns Othir 57 1 of land in tile two Industrial i has a financial obligation about equalling their value and has tin possibilities of attract no other because of Hie tvo Cable locations Alc their Quick availability for new Man. Tra. Questions of financing it rent expenses of the corporation land of paying off the indebted i were discussed. Sent Ihunt Wax in ssh d on every hand that the i hould have a Contin lung income from veal to year and i that a part of the indebtedness should be retired annually so rites Friday at to at Brookfield 11 bit in Kennedy reports on preparations p in i i i i t Lei i is i us now Street a 1� la Council Plav f ill it Slit a. 1111 ids act in. A i 111 \ a in poo to Nae it Gat Jon thai in 11 with i a1 w ii i i Lucia said ii is Nevi a Quot to hem ill Ai i. Til. I j 1 that lie la full it pleasant As or end up and Low n Hie mentioned ame of the Vav i if Dent pm unit is Usu i 1 to Phi i e i in flit i ,t Auh a the tract widening the mint being made by the Board the school improve a or c Bainie r it of Cornei 1 c Itta i lie Ltd. A Ison net rib i ii mum 5 i tool apr by f. 11 al we 1 i it i 111 in Quot ii Lei i i in i lie stir e no Nile lied .a1 activity Hie i it it a Nion and a ill that con i tin p to i til coined f i tin in a Pat i l a Lur it a in r to it cod 1 kiln.11 Hay Man k a 1 i too in hers h a Wall pre. Loll the work done ,1 and his commit mpa Ign of the Board of Dit i is i reel la Are c r lie. A Well \ in. A la and Ralph lie the i Drobai to r men. Be thai t on 1 Upit a pre 1-.�?�iniouia rat a v to preparing 0 i the hog in a he at in evaluation show n. Hots make 1na i i. i. Led a f did National seem i Kennedy Acca i. How May com Chi tor Hie welfare o it current series Ltd int had. A a mpa Ign o i. Or missed , Alai a Ila a1 no 1 Quot Phi in she get red of some vain -. A Ami n u i i t. A i or Kev 11 Empl Lute Hon Iii cd re nut ii. Not t flu i c Loc a i t ii Iralli. Ford John Bobbin Harry e Rinaa Smith. John a Frank do i. It is. E a John Elgin and Max h in in Hie i Nim in a i n win no Agnel to a Ara a paring the Rdv no ii states won i any a tic has a Lea Gar weapon to lose it tall pleasant new Zama Ken i it Well i . Ellen Nakamura and k v. Mass. China Tanouye both of fido. H or. In. Era Lier. By or pie int riled memorial Hospital i Field ., wednesday nov i. After undergoing Merk efe the Brook Tang Mil gel Quot a1 propose Coni Promise rate increase Miles Rukgaber named president of of Unerv club u a Lei fed pre ant Ciolfi so the 1961-62 year a i per a a the Hospital tuesday at Moon funeral services will be a Nom the Uura immaculate Conception Church in mad Brookfield Friday at to am. Con Ira Era ducted by father e j interment will lie in the r Hill cd. Was the to cemetery in Ca mrs. Roger John Graham. Robbie and Mark Holland Jerry defines Albany 111. G Amain. Patricia Ros i in i i in i ional by i i l i a i w w they entered the dining room at the student Union recon line Back of the Buff a tables Are shown in the pie ire of a i Van i a a few Oliver . N. Germany Kenvil South of an t nose a International who assisted in flavor Quot a the in surplus food fill out and a k. A / 1 / t cars damaged c. Driven by Dennis Perry College. Dent from Chicago 111and Harry Daskell. It. Pleasant were damaged when they collided in the too Blo k of North main St., at 3 4.3 p in. Wednesday. Perry was driving a 1959 Mercury North and Daskell was backing from the curb in a 1949 Plymouth when the Accident occurred. The front end of the Mercury and the trunk of the Plymouth were damaged. According to City police. This is often forgotten in the motives of so called important Vik speak for them Jav. Only comes Here to see Hall of science mrs Adam t a a in in widow of the Man for whom Hie Hall of science at Iowa Wesleyan w,.&Quot named visited the building thursday. She came to it. Pleasant by car accompanied by one of her sons. Charles a sister. Mrs. Talley and two nurse mrs. Trieschmann was taken through the building in her wheel chair. She saw tire plaque in memory of her deceased husband with whom she shared great interest in Iowa Wesleyan Anc indicated her appreciation particularly of the Home economics and Plant and animal sections of the building she wanted also to see the palming Given to Iowa Wesleyan by Mary pick Ford and was taken to see it. Shortly after the visit to the Campus. The party departed and will make preparations to take or Trieschmann to Florida for the i Winter. She indicated her great pleasure in being Able to visit the Campus again and to see the Adam Triesch a. In Hall of science received return jct questionnaires Brookfield to Rosary will be recited at 8 o clock thursday night at the Home of her j Mother 223 s main St. Brookfield i Mary Frances caught a of John a and Nellie Brunei. Born in Brookie al to fib 17. 1915 on Jan 16. 1938, he was United in marriage ii inc j a tot Trenton. To. Mrs. Be k a by Lei i husband manager of that i ant a c Penn it stun. Their daughter Pat a a la 1 i 1 or. No Iii a by Ai a a j i in. Mrs. Jeuda Birn or by a a i Field two aunts. Mrs Mal v or u Olympia a. Ii and s lid Bruner. Macon to. And a Host al. Other relatives and friends she was preceded by Heifa i i and a brother John i she was a graduate of the big of i Field High school class of 1933. Ara j she a a in Anber of St Alphonsius i Catholic Church Merna r of til i Apai a and 1 v so t y. A a i Val ions other organization in it pie am or and in William keel and mrs Marvin Van Syo in t 1 Brookfield Early and Marvin vat and or. F c Grant a san the rates As in it the City Council a wednesday eve Uii Iowa Southern utilities tie proposal a. In re. Pome isl Seq a St her jux in Mission to it crease the t Des la i per cent a it weeks ago the request had bet under consideration since that Tim mile Rukgaber a of of to. Of Colin by club i it a at the annual meeting of the dub toe Holden wednesday nigh ii succeeds Milton Roederer. Leo bran was elected Secretary succeeding St an Swan and Dave Carrick treasurer succeeding Bob Norris the Ham Cama Garding size tips acid Iii Acai Alvie t by is r Counce Swan an employ d wiled Public anime research re or Cit,ie similar no the amour incr Cas would ii Bills and to at iou pre <11 Ted tie rued for the al o i a Board wre �?T1 son and a Jet ii,1 i or Csc org Kinnon. Or the Board Swan. Bra Wikel was fill tile vacancy men 1 Hov Cas than of Truk ii up. New members to the Bob i vans Roger p red k .. They a cd Board member roed a Means John hold Over members on Are in pkg a Ber. Rare and Virgil Trade named to the Board to ated when Joe i to Davenport. Board g Lux he w mini have a spec Alday r git Trey will be it a of f nit r in w won. It la r prop 1 into sex # n pre. I t Irving a1. Manage Kai o flee s ire in cd a of a Tiff for 1 then r Rob coun ii is adopt it a Busine. Cd is a plea in school bus turns Oyer onside \ up a it a truck i id of la plus food a received state thursday a t guru a Vena Regur social w Elf Ai in r Henry county the of Given out at the com Day and to noon. House the it rce 1 poem Mccoid went Here Wadu to Moon. Or. Keel hid a 1 a it Field to visit relatives when Cam la suddenly by she to by >1 a v or Poi a it of Low i Des ii it add lied of the add i Isis y id mum built an t n 1 it ii lion i tut i k a pm net bus a count of so i sewer a a ill take Quot our a which lie Tim i 8 of Beth la thl a Agu in a Ting tended a Jun i of com has now mailed to. Com sum qui a Quot in is of is 1 dents should have rec Ivec Luther league l o Convene v died rom $1 co pc i a a a it fac film a Golf. Tuesday from 8 3 to it any a 11 v Tup surplus of 0 Henry county family rectum form of Public assistance and to other needy families in the county food to be Given out Inclan flour Corn meal Rice beaus on meal Peanut butter dried eggs. Chopped meat butter and lard it Ltd it Quot a hoped by the Jaycees Mizens of of pleasant lip about their idea a hat will tor bettering the Community As soon As the results Are tabulated they w-.1 be made Public. The questionnaire ii. Natures and will Ali Quot. I r. A 1 the Albia school Bond Issue Defeated s will have no remain anon jul acct recipient Are asked to mail the Complete questionnaires or drop them off. According to the instructions contained in the accompany i lug letter. Albia up a a $100,000 Sci it Bond is. Be was Defeated Here wednesday As the proposal failed to carry in a special election. Voters had turned Down a $500 too Bend Issue last March for construction of a new Grade school and a or addition of toy rooms n the Luther Tongue of the swede-1 Burg lutheran Church will be Hast to the Luther league convention of the Iowa conference of the Angus Tana eve. Lutheran Church. Nov. 3-5. Over 300 youth from the state of Iowa will be in attendance. The convention open on Friday a Vining with an inspirational service at 8 p in. Melvin Buhr. Centerville. President of the Iowa conference Luth r league will be the speaker holy communion will be celebrated on saturday at 9 ., Aud pastor Raynold Lingwall. Des Moines president of the Iowa conference will preach. The business of the convention will follow Dur there were 789 a favor and 572 the Day. Opposed to tile Issue As the Neves the briquet will a held a the Quot Ary percentage of voters failed to Iowa Wesleyan College student ,%n,., or ,. I Union on saturday Veniua Pas the Council Saia v of a a May or i in to $2 400 per Jan i 1962 i he polling pliers fat i a ii n in re a ctn. The judges and clerk we a appt of d the polling j lace. Arc Ware i lib Arv. Ward ii Lector Hall Ward Iii. City Hall and Ward in courthouse the Council g in he Ai r it hunger sire t superintendent authority to Purchase a parking place i riday 17, i. Lim a j to bus Inu Dis Pata that tut r a. Out it pm e w to d t. Vav Iju a i con run it to Nti Over on one Road run1 Miles soil pleasant at 7 50 a William it Icr Wens River. A a. C out it i a j to pc Vul p. Shoulder drawing t itch another bus w pick up the re.4 la lit 111 a lip run f \ called to pull the ditch of As Erat a i 1 it it up by a wed of covet nor to Dine Here on Friday marking machine lot $94 cd Manfred associate youth r of the augustan eve. A to Church. Minneapolis. Will address the youth. Pas be High school. Wednesdays vote mid have i Hided funds for the nigh school addition tor c i a Ltd a i nth mum., 01 Manfred will also speak at the closet rally on sunday afternoon at 3 pm the convention theme is a the uniting Tho Delegate to the convention will be the guests of the Swedesburg lutheran Church at it worship services 01 sunday at 8 43. Null in weather conditions thursday morning earned gov. Norman Birt to Post Pone has scheduled visit the mental health Institute Bere until Friday morning h a expect d to t y to Bur Ling ton und come Here by car arriving about 9 13 . Due to the nut a by w a t ii. Hot Rcv a a. No a trip was cancelled for the Day Ai i announcement was made diet that he would on e to it pleasant it u Friday at the same hour. He expect Quot to spend the morn at the Institute have lunch Tutu and then go to it. Madison to visit Pius it a he Early aft
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