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Mount Pleasant News (Newspaper) - October 9, 1958, Mount Pleasant, Iowa
The it. Pleasant news these Days by George e. Sokolsky exploitation that terrible word exploitation ii on Many lips these Days. The British the French the dutch even in a measure the americans have engaged in awful exploitation. But the russians apparently never exploited anyone but each other and Only the Peoples who have unfortunately become enslaved to them which brings Down on them no opprobrium. I see in the Winchester a evening Star Quot an item about one Jamal a. Sad who travels about the United states telling of the wonders of Nasser the Arab. Says sad concerning colonialism a a. This philosophy Calls for the exploitation of the National wealth a of the colonized territory through Hamster of raw materials to the Home country to promote local industries the process ending i in floating the goods and com Modi 1 ties of the colonial Power Back where the raw materials came Horn m the first too Well lets look at tire record for Milieu la the Oil which is bringing wealth and perhaps some Day an unproved Standard of life to the Middle East Lay under the Sands of the deserts. Some of it seeped to the surface and was used for trifling purposes but nothing was done about it by these people who today regard themselves As important and progressive. It was principally the British and later the americans who went into Iran. Iraq saudi Arabia and other arabian countries poured millions of dollars into exploration and development set up machinery and pumps and pipe lines and in j due course brought to the govern j meats of those countries vast revenues from this Oil. I vol. 80, no. 238 it. Pleasant Iowa thursday evening october 9, 1958 by Carrier so per week by mall $7.50 per year prepare for Popes funeral use tanks in Lebanon on disorders a in a rash of civil disorders from Beirut to Tripoli a lebanese army tank crashes through a rubble barricade during a fight with Beirut fal ingists. More than a score were injured and one death was reported in the widespread disorders. Six head list of possible successors to Pope Pius finals Are chosen. Vatican City up it a five e a a italian cardinals and a russian among the most Likely Candi born armenian prelate headed the dates Are Ciacomo Cardinal Ler it is not the foreigner who ex-1 list today of possible successors to Caro archbishop of Bologna Giu p to ted these Peoples. If anybody j Pope Pius Xii. Seppe Cardinal Sui of Genoa did any exploiting it was the gov a the new Leader of the world. Ernesto Cardinal Ruffini Arch eminent which accepted their 450-million roman catholics will Bishop of Palermo. Share of the proceeds and spent it a Quot chosen by a two thirds plus Giuseppe Cardinal All High play cast selected yanks win world series storm hits Central Iowa Milwaukee the new York Yankees won the world series Here today by beating Milwaukee 6-2 in the Teal game. Milwaukee wis., a the new York Yankees took a 6-2 Lead Oyer Milwaukee in the eighth inning of the final game of the world series Here today. The yanks broke a 2-2 tie when Yogi Beira doubled Anc scored on by i i Hail the size of baseballs and even basketballs a and torn adic winds battered parts of Central reports yield of 150 bushels of Corn to acc at a meeting of the it. Pleasant Jaycees wednesday evening a re 1 port on tile master Corn grower Iowa wednesday night As a cold j contest now underway a Given by Paul Mechling chairman of tilts name acting Leader of the Church front touched off violent thunderstorms. Hail caused an estimated $100,000 damage to the Small Community of Ankeny North of Des Moines and torn adic winds or Elston Howard s single. Bill Skow-1 a baby tornadoes Quot damaged about roil accounted for three More runs 15 Jasper county farms and were with a Homer. I reported to have damaged Quot six or j seven farms in Iowa county. The Yankees capitalized on two j 0 Fielding lapses by first baseman t the storms caused Power and Frank Torre to score two unearned Telephone line failures in the area. To go television station who in Des Moines was knocked off the air for almost four hours by a Power failure and its radio outlet was off the air for about an hour. Thunderstorms were touched off lady precious Stream production of the 1958-59 school theater season is a play of some Antiquity in the chinese tradition. It has been translated into English by a chinese or. S. I were full. Runs in the second inning ahead of the braves 2-1. Both Yankee runs off Lew Burdette came without Benefit of a base hit after Yogi Berra walked to Start the second inning. Elston Howard sacrificed and was As a cold front pushed through the Safe when Torre s throw to Bur state. Dette covering first was Short of forecasters said a new out the bag and rolled off the Pitcher s break of cold was headed for the Glove. Berra went to third on the 1 state along w till occasional Light the first j error. Then Jerry Lumpe dropped Ai rain. High j toll Down the first base line. I virtually All the Homes and Torre held Berra at third but buildings in the Community of his throw to Burdette at first was Ankeny seven Miles North of Des High for an error and the bases j Moines w Ere damaged by huge i hailstones. Unofficial estimates p. Eject. Mechlinc reported that the highest yield in so far is that of Glenn f Hultquist. Near Olds. Holt qua is harvesting an average yield of 150 bushels of co in per acre. Mechling pointed out. That in the Case of huge yields such As this that Many measurement s Are in Ade in order to be certain they Are Correct. In other phases of the meeting. Several forthcoming Jaycee projects were discussed the annual halloween party get out the vote Campaign the outstanding Young Fanner project and the annual Junior High football banquet. Do k Vavroch gave a highly interesting talk on the Tup to Kan a Sas City tuesday fur the agricultural Hall of Fame meeting. Earl Reynolds was introduced As Csibi Al a Auola of Italy upi1 a Pope Pius Xii died Peaee-1 ully in his sleep Early today. A few hours later a plenary conference of cardinals elected Benedetto Cardinal Alois Masella As Camerlengo or papal Chamberlain. In that role he becomes acting temporal Leader of the roman i Catholic Church until a new Pope is chosen. He wields some of the Powers of the sacred College of cardinals in its name until that time. The election of a Camerlengo was one of the first major moves by sorrowing dignitaries of the Church in setting in motion the age old ritual leading to the successor of Pius Xii the 82-year-old Quot Pope of peace who reigned for 19 years 7 months and 7 Days. C Hurch Bells tolled and signs of mourning were donned throughout the Catholic world. Messages of Hsiung who not Only has perfect Skowron forced Lumpe at a new member and Marvin Deedye r. A a. I condolences poured in from Polit past president of Bot i local and. State Jaycees and Robert Weber a Ray tech. At h. C. Memorial Hospital were guests at the meeting. Command of the English language second As Berra scored the tying but is himself of the chinese stage. Sicily Angelo attempt has been made to alter Roncalli 0fanythmg s0 that the play remains on riotous living of ruling individual is. I myself witnessed what foreign investments did in a country like China. Take As an example t h e area on the Yangtze River known As Wuhan which included the cities of Hankow. Xuchang and Hanyang Hankow was a highly one vote of the 55 members of tile sacred College of cardinals. There was a possibility that tile new Pope would be the first non italian chosen in 435 years non italians Are in a majority in the College for the first time in centuries-37 to 18. However most observers pre developed foreign controlled m e-1 dieted the cardinals would follow propolis. Which paved streets schools churches Public institutions factories nulls warehouses enormous business activity in which More chinese engaged than foreigners and in which chinese individuals made More Money than foreigners did. Xuchang was an ancient capital City dirty Fly Ridden. With narrow streets of foul odor. Hanyang was an ugly place where was situated a steel Plant. Those who liked the picturesque rather than the wholesome might have preferred Chapel the chinese area to the International settlement of Shanghai but where for modern tradition and elect italian As the 263rd Pope. An the chances of Francis Cardinal Spellman of new York and the other american cardinals of ascending the throne of St. Peter were rather slim for political rather than personal reasons. Widespread feeling was that Venice Valerio Cardinal Valeri a famed Vatican theologis and Gregory Peter Xiv Aga Lama n. Russian born patriarch of Cilicia of the armenians. Also mentioned is msgr. Giovanni Battista Mon Tini archbishop of Milan the Only one of the a Pap Abilio potential Popes who is not a Cardinal. Ooh the Samc most often mentioned by informed Vatican and Catholic sources is dynamic fiery Cardinal Ler Earo whose career in the Church is almost without precedent in Catholic history. Cardinal Ler Earo 67, was just a simple Parish priest in Genoa when in 194t Pius Xii made him a monsignor for a week and then Arch the election of an american Pope Bishop of Ravenna would give the impression that the Catholic Church was becoming involved in the political struggle Between the East and West. Technically any Catholic either laymen or priest could be chosen eign capital came a rising Standard pipe but r has been an unwritten 01 living also came. One of the Law since the Days of Sixtus in Cardinal Siri. At 52 the youngest member of the sacred College is looked upon As an intellectual Humble but modern Ecclesiast during the War he became known As the Quot soup priest Quot because he distributed hot soup to the poor definitely chinese in character. Yet despite the considerable differences in the style there is a curious resemblance Between the themes and j those to be found in Western All High school cast will present this gorgeously charming play of the Orient on thursday and Friday nov. 13 and 14, at 8 ., in the auditorium of the local High school. The play tells the romantic Success Story of a Young chinese Maiden of Noble birth who As subsequent events prove loved a Humble Gardener wisely and too Well. Lady precious Stream is the third daughter of his excellency wan Yun the prime minister. Since his daughter has reached the Mari tally Ripe old age of sixteen the primp minister is determined to choose a son in Law form the nobility and get his third and last daughter married. But lady precious Stream. With a mind and will of her own has taken matters into her own said damage might run As High As _ $100,000. Run and Tony Kubek followed with a sacrifice Fly to left Field that Lail the size of baseballs drum brought in Howard with the second hied Down on rooftops and one run of the inning. Don Larsen j resident Southeast of Ankeny reformed Skowron at second to end ported a chunk of ice a was big As the inning. A basketball plunged through the c i roof of his Home and landed in his Larsen got into immediate Cill i attic. Faculty when red schoendienst j windows were shattered in sliced a single to left Field to open scores of Homes at City schools the Bottom of the first inning alter and the John Deere Des Moines the interesting and worthwhile Burdette retired the first three Bat i works. Damage was so severe at j program presented by r e. A. Per fifty attend electricity meeting fifty Henry county people Leal and religious leaders of All denominations for the late Pope was not Only the spiritual and temporal head of roman catholicism but a Diplomat and statesman of Universal standing. In addition to electing the Camerlengo the cardinals also appointed msgr. Alberto Diiorio As Secretary of the sacred col a lege of cardinals. This Means that at j Diiorio will hold the key Post of tended the county wide meeting on j Secretary of the conclave of car farm and Home electricity tuesday evening october 7th at the r. E. A building in it. Peasant. Despite government restrictions and i Dainty hands and the audience will Mast serious problems that faced j 1 China for several centuries was the surplus population in the Vil a Lages and on the land. Tile Only 1 solution was for the surplus men to become bandits and the surplus girls to become prostitutes and slave girls. And that is what happened the bandits always being a j serious problem until they were absorbed in the army. The 15th Century that Only car a Scarcity of food. Three killed in crash Ike leaves for Long weekend a presi helicopter Dyersville. Iowa up three men were killed today j when their car swerved out of by surplus population is meant control and slammed into a Large More people than a Given area can tank Type truck on a curve on u. Feed. The Bandit groups it Man is 20 about one mile West of Here Chur 1 a Shantung the victims were identified As and Yunnan became sen i James r. Lampman. 67. Urbana. Oils political problems because too Iowa Alfred m Lampman 79, Large a share of the National in Shellsburg believed to be his come had to be spent either sup j Brot Lier and Maurice Serveson. P Essing or supporting them often when they were absorbed into the chinese army their leaders became War lords and fought for additional Tei Mitory and Revenue. But when a cigarette factory or a Cotton Mill by whomsoever owned came into such an area the surplus population disappeared j lasses co truck because the Industry absorbed that Dubuque to fort surplus either directly or in related Supply or service industries. There was no exploitation in this but vast benefits to tile Ordinary people because Many of them for the first time in their lives participated in a Money Economy. They got wages for their work and with some companies they got such fringe benefits As they hardly knew 1 father of local existed in this world. O. Woman Dies i True. These benefits whetted their appetites for More Money and More benefits which in tune led to various femur of discontent and to strikes. Thi it b undoubtedly a Normal human reaction to a rising Standard of life. But even such strikes did not indicate exploitation they rather gave Assurance that the capitalist system was had plenty of capital initiate these functioning beneficially for these Industrial activities which absorbed Peoples. It stirred them to desire surplus population Why did not More Consumers goods. The hindus or the arabs do what who did not the chinese w to lilt europeans did 75, Center Point All three we Quot killed instantly. Authorities said the three men were headed on a fishing trip to the Mississippi River. The Driver of the truck. Carl a Pickel 42. Dubuque was not Hurt. Pickel driving an Inland to Enro Ute from Dodge told authorities the East bound car swerved into the path of his truck without warning. Tile car rammed into the left front of the truck and was denial listed. Witnesses said the motor of the car was pushed Quot Back under the Washington up Dent Eisenhower left by today for a Long weekend at Camp David a secluded hideaway in Maryland a Cato tin mountains. There he will be Host at a House party for a Large group of friends. Eisenhower originally had planned to make the trip this morning but a two hour Cabinet meeting held up his departure. He remained at the White House for lunch before tile Takeoff. Ters in the top of the Frame Bill Bruton walked moving schoendienst to second and Torre advanced both runners with a neatly placed sacrifice bunt Down the third base line. Larsen pitched sex j affected Telephone service tra carefully to Hank Aaron and a finally walked him filling the bases. Wes Covington then hit a Hopper to first baseman Skowron who stepped on first for the out schoendienst scored on the play j Eddie Mathews was walked intent tonally loading the bases again but Del Crandall struck out to end the inning. The braves tied it in the sixth when Catcher Del Crandall hit a Home run off Relief Pitcher Bobi Turley. Three Ankeny schools that classes were cancelled for today. The Community also was hit by a Power failure which blacked out the City. The Power failure death takes Walter h. Larson resigns As Secretary mrs. June Galer received word that her father. C. R. Thompson died suddenly wednesday night at Loda Beach Calif. She left by plane from Burlington thursday morning today with her daughter Grace Ann. And will arrive in los Angeles this evening. Robert Norris has resigned As Secretary of the it. Pleasant Golf and country club a Post he held the last two years and Eldon Brake has been named to succeed him. It. Pleasant stores will be open Friday night for your shopping convenience Bonus Buck drawing at 8 p. In. $125 in Bonus Bucks to be Given away. Want to see How it works out. Try outs were completed and rehearsals started this week with the following cast lady precious Stream Ann Cowen Madam Wang. Cynthia Carter Golden Stream Sally Wilson Silver Stream Sara Stanley Princess of the Western world Diane Jones Reader. Jean Looker maids to the Wang family. Christi Strang. Linda Biggs. Barbara Murphy Linda hitch maids to the Princess. Mary Klod Neky. Linda la Fernan Peggy Riley Janice Lawrence Hsieh Ping Kuei j. J. Cassanova Wang Yun. Mike Jarvis general sugary Smith general Wei Rilla Mills Mata Dave Timmerman Kung Hai Jerry Roth property men roil Gillis Steve Volt attendants Linn Hunsaker Bill Rockwell soldiers Steve Proctor Stuart Wright my Bob Huston gatekeeper Marshall Thayer a wild Goose Ned Collin four suitors Steve Melby Dick Devin Richard lies. Clarence Cory Kenneth Butzier is the director mrs. Kay Young the technical director. And Madeline Clark the student director. U. S. Tanks Clatter through Beirut streets Beirut up a u. S. Tanks clattered through the streets of Beirut wednesday night offering tacit warning to pro government bandits that there must be no further interference with american troops. A this will let pro government Leader Saab Salem a people know that we have the capacity for effective action if we Are forced to it a a u. S. Army spokesman said. Walter h. Larson 73. Died at memorial Hospital wednesday evening following an extended illness he has been a resident of the Devol nursing Home for some years. He was born in it. Pleasant May 18, 1885, the son of or. And mrs. Andrew Larson and spent most of his life in it. Pleasant except for a few years he lived in St. Louis j he was employed As a Linotype i operator by the it. Pleasant news i for about ten years from 1942 to 1951. Or. Larson leaves a sister. Mrs. W. P. Burke of it pleasant and a brother e. G. Larson of Sioux City Iowa. Tile funeral services will be held at the Crane funeral Home on 1 saturday at 2 Interment will j be in Forest Home cemetery. I Ella Hiles taken by death son Itei included a new u. S. D. A. Film on farm and Home electricity uses shown by Harrison Moore Power use advisor discussion of also r. E. A. Project map showing their. E. A cooperative Power line system by Robert Sadler line superintendent discussion of Home appliance Center and meter loops by Harrison Moore demonstrating and explanation of new farm Security Light by w. W. Tozer r e a. Engineer slides on new uses and application of powder by Harrison Moore discussion of line trouble and How it is serviced by Robert Sadler and slides and discussion on Home electric heating by Virgil Mills now a representative for Radiant heat engineering co. Craig Wilmeth Field representative for the r. E a. Was in charge of registration for Ute meeting mrs. Roland Moureau it. Pleasant member of the Extension service finals which must meet Between oct. 24 and 27 to elect a new Pope. Cardinal Aloisi Masella is the 79-year-old Archpriest of the roman Basilica of St. John in lateral and prefect of the sacred congregation of the discipline of the sacraments. Too it now Falls to the new Camerlengo to take the responsibility for All the organization of the nine Days of events leading up to the funeral of Pope Pius Xii the conclave and the eventual enthronement of the new Pope. The Camerlengo was chosen by the 12 or so cardinals now Here who had to act immediately under the guidance of Eugene Cardinal Tisserant Dean of the sacred College. Meanwhile most of the other of the world s 55 cardinals hastened toward Rome for the solemn conclave the body of the late Pope Pius Xii austere and kindly of face j even in death still Lay in the family living committee served As room where he died at 3 52 . Musicale to be featured at woman s Guild hostess for tile evening. Mrs. Byron Cory Chan Man of the family living committee introduced committee members present assisted with tile . Theodore Eckey it. Union and i Ray Ross of Winfield each won i Nice electric alarm clocks As door Prises. Tile meeting was sponsored cooperatively by the family living committee of the county Extension service and the local r. E a. Cooperative. Former n. London receives word of daughter s death r. G. Whisler of Winfield received word thursday morning of the death of his Only child. Nina win Ier of Phoenix Ariz. Mrs. R g Whisler has been with their daughter in Phoenix for some tune the body will be returned to Iowa for services and burial mrs. J. Russel Weir has announced that the women s Guild of Iowa Wesleyan College will hold its first meeting of the year on saturday afternoon at 2 00 p. In in the John Wesley Holland student Union. Meetings this year will be confined to four Only with outstanding programs planned by mrs. W k Hervey. First vice president. Otho than saturday dates of the meetings Are dec. 6. A Christmas u a with mrs. J Raymond Chadwick As hostess feb. 7 and april 4 the organization almost sixth years old. Has served the College new London a miss Ella Hiles 91, died at 6 45 ., tuesday oct. 7 at the Sizemore nursing Home i new London where she had been at 1 a patient one year. 1 Elia Ogden Hiles daughter of i Mary Ann Ogden and the Rev. Joseph b Hiles was born at new London aug. 16, 1867 she never married. Miss Hiles was a member j of the tonner methodist protestant Church which was organized in 1857 by her father the Rev. Joseph b Hiles. Miss Hiles ancestors came to the United states with William Pion the ship Welcome in 1682. 1 survivors include a Niece. Anna i Shields. New London and a Nephew Miles Shields it. Madison also j three grand nieces one Grandner hew three great grand nephews i three great grand nieces two great great grand nieces and one great boy on Bike hits automobile Hazel Housh reported to police at 1 10 Wednesday that a boy David Koch son of Rev and mrs. Alton Koch hit the Side of her car with his bicycle. The youth was shaken up some and received some scratches. He was taken to his Home in Many capacities with members great grand Nephew. Acting As hostesses for special of miss Hiles left a request that the casinos. Any woman interested in pallbearers be selected from the Iowa Wesleyan is eligible to belong a e. Forces. They will be Leland the membership is made up of Lite. Louis Elliott Walter Preuss it. Pleasant ladies alumnae Lomax foggy Justus and Ray Pip faculty relatives of students and Brothers. J services will be held Friday at 2 the meeting saturday will be a a At the Elliott Chapel in new Musicale featuring the faculty of London. Rev. Harvey Quandt Pas-1 a. A the music department of Iowa tor of the methodist Church will friends May Call at the Chapel to new London _ Orville Noli 61, former business Man of new London died at 8 p. In. Tuesday oct. 7 of a heart attack at the Home of his daughter mrs. Floyd Verdon 3 Miles South of Argyle. Where he had made his Home thu i past 4 years or. Nett was a Veteran of world War i and was a member of the v. A f w. At new London. Survivors include two daughters mrs. Dory Verdon Argyle and mrs. Marilyn j Shaw in California also five j grandchildren a sister mrs. Edith Merringer of Ottumwa and two Brothers George Nett also of of j Tum a and Arthur of Palestine Texas. Services will be held Friday at i to a in at the Elliott Chapel in j new London with Rev. Harvey Quandt officiating interment in Fairview cemetery a t Fairfield. Friends May Call at the Chapel tonight from 7 to 9. 9 52 . Wednesday of a second stroke and heart and lung complications. Later in the Day it was to be moved from the Plain bedchamber on the second floor of the papal summer Palace into the Hall of the Swiss guards. There Pius Xii will lie in state until 2 pm. 8 . . Friday when tile body will be transported to Rome. Vatican embalmers gave the Pope s body injections this morning and prepared it for the nine Days of solemn ceremony before it is Laid to rest in tile Grottoes i of St. Peters Basilica close to the Tomb of the first Pope St. Peter. The body will be taken Friday to the Basilica of St. John in Lateran where Cardinal Tisserant will celebrate a solemn requiem mass. Than it will be conveyed to the sistine Chapel of St. Peter s Basilica in the Vatican. Tentative plans Call for the week of ceremonies to begin officially saturday. From then until the Pope is buried wednesday in the Grottoes of the Basilica thousands will pass the Bier to pay homage. The mourning period will continue until the end of the ninth Day when Violet the color of death will disappear from the Altus and the garments of the cardinals once again will become Scarlet. Wesley an officiate burial in Burge cemetery night thursday from 7 to 9. In the room w Here the Pope died his body Lay on a shiny brass bed. It was dressed in flowing White Robes topped by the Ermine lined Scarlet Cape. The top of the head was covered by a Scarlet Samauro also trimmed with White Ermine which fitted closely around the ears and left Only the face exposed
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