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Mount Pleasant News (Newspaper) - September 5, 1961, Mount Pleasant, Iowa
The it. Pleasant news vol. 8.�?~j no. 208mt. Pleasant Iowa tip Esi a evening sept. 5, 1001 these Days by George e Sokolsky the crackpots Trio other fellow is always a Crackpot. That seems to Settle the argument for All time to used to be that men sat around a Cracker barrel arguing this Way and that and out of such arguments developed the policies of the nation but these Days under the terrific pressures of Public opinion there seems to be Little time for honest debate. For instance my Good Friend. John t. Flynn in a foreward to a pamphlet jays a it is incredible what mischief a few dedicated crackpots can wreak upon a great free society before its citizens can be alerted to the danger the dedicated Crackpot. Are those who disagree who have another Point of View. Apparently nobody has Ain sense but me and thee a till i doubt about thee the current intolerance is symptomatic of the nervousness which affects our people the nervousness comes from the fears which wars and great changes engender. It leads to pessimism to a ruse of frustration to an Assumption that the Jig is nearly up it is neurotic defeatism threshers ready for reunion the truth it the matter. The history never ends. To goes right on. Creating events and meeting new facts Century by Century. Today instead of dealing in centuries or decades we Are dealing in seconds and the arguments that were had in the 1930�?T> do not App in the 1960�?Ts tile changes that have taken place universally make it impossible to reach final conclusion. On policy because always something unexpected and imponderable jumps up to upset the plans and purposes of even the Best of men there Are those who ate Laver of fee Ted by events their minds Are made up about everything and facts do not alter postulates some doctrinaire persons Are sincere and honest but Lack historic background and reject displeasing data for instance it is possible to believe that bomb testing should never in done. It is even possible to believe that tile various bombs Cicitt should not have been invented. The fact is that the bombs do exist. Tha soviet Russia has resumed testing that an increasing number of countries Are making bombs and that the United states cannot afford of ignore these facts. There Are those who Are rot so sincere in the Pursuit of doctrines. Particularly ome Siv Are some who Call themselves former Fri. Agents thus giving to themselves labels which provide the appearance of special knowledge the question arises if these persons wire so vital to the work of the f b i Why did they leave that organization and How can it survive without them sentenced for spying in Russia Moscow i up i a 33-year-old Ful Braht scholar from the University of Pennsylvania has pit add guilty to spying in Russia and was Senten t d to tight yers in prison the soviet govern next newspaper Izvestia reported today Marvin milkmen a native of Chasse Mich. Win it t. Oily ult w lives at Ashburnham Mas v tried monday by a military court in Kiev capital of the ukr Ira a similar court Nuci it d i can u2 Pilot Francis Gary Powers to to years imprisonment last yeas tass news ague disclosed m Alday that milkmen who was attending West Berlin s free University on a in s von in in will present civil War pageant two evenings dip to popular demand the Civ a Page int in r the first pres station win 30 p. In wednesday evening Mccand at 8 pm. Friday both an in front of the my of Mcmillan Park. Charge for admit tie grandstand an old my the re hours reunion p a Din a me Ary to it ? i. Ian a k in adult the of. A i v Ani had be Antiqua cars will precede the pageant which depicts situations a Hundred years ago or and mrs Harold Herm in directors of the Square de Nee port of Hie pageant have Anontine d that a free quare Dane Quot for in Rene will tie mild following the wednesday night presentation location of the Dane Quot will be an i. Ilia d late r there will be a general rehearsal tonight for All who a Quot participating in the pageant. This will be at 7 p in. And. In Case of rain will be moved to the armory. If pos a Boswen by Piall. However the rehearsal named flow no will take place in front of the grand and. According to the production committee. Black smoke signals at local Park named Field toll below prediction Man Birney for the land Bank a relation Pleat int v m by my. Has announced. Boswell a gradual state University ame been teaching vex at i Manas. It ii 1969. Vav a Las al Ture at Garner he and his to w if j their j Dale year and in of Side at 609. Maim a Hall c loin by it a name four sister Todd oui Alia King Choy in Ripe a fat a Watt Francis Clara mob be 111 four Brothers one sister an hts parents predeceased him 5 will be hot id at 2 p rns fember 6 a pcs funeral Home with i t maim it y pastor of the Quot Tho dist Chut h. will bin Trinity by i Plau Ai. Ii motorists perhaps i a constant Stream of pleas to drive safely closed the labor Day weekend with a traffic toll below id Vance estimates final compilation. Showed today. The completed United press International count of traffic o and showed hit persons lost their lives a tween 6 pm Friday and 12 01 a in. Today the National safety Council had a militated 420 would die during the period in theory 16 lives were saved it was the second consecutive i Hor Day a hat. The traffic toll ended below the safety Council s Esti Nib i As the estimate wa.1 460 and the toll was 415. The toll included 34 dead in Cal Hon i traffic accidents. 22 in Penn a in in. I. 21 in Texas and 20 in North Carolina. Two file for school Hoard tie two in climb pleasant command Board whose terms i Are the Only a n whom nomination let Leforc the d Adan they Are m Tunc the norther t an Hunting. Are. 4 their name. V ballots. While i i be res in its of will represent Ity District vote the election voting proc inc follows i a Diar in neut Hen fix Iron men were Heil a Given last minute checks i and est runs at Mcmillan a k t in Ria and dense Black smoke of 1< lung from threshing a i Lunes of the past signalled the St ii of the Midwest old settlers Airt threshers reunion wednesday. Tin pungent odor of hot engines Bren Flung a delicious to the nose of an i i Thresher a hovered Over the a. K As the old timers and the not so old prepared for the annual meet of the mighty Iron men. Osth opposite ride of the Park or in Iron woman named Maria a flu Jive gtd gauge steam Railroad in. I followed by her fuel car. Almost ready for the tracks of the a Midwest Central a was a yellow wooden passenger car. A replica of an 1865 Model the car started on-1. A week ago needed Only seats for 36 pan tigers and a few other acres ii s to be ready for the tracks. A i a it Carousel powered by on. I Rte most machines on the Mounds will provide special end aliment for Ute kids. The Carousel including wooden horses was mad by hand it is powered by a Coal fired upright boiler. Evening entertainment for the re Kiuon will a Gin with the 500-per-civil War pageant at 7 30 v. By Iuse of increased demand. The Quot pageant will also be Givin Friday at 8 p Man old fiddlers program and in a Anni re by the Sobaski twins will be featured thursday at 6 30 Friday night in addition to past ant will feature the 6o-u twins and an antique car v a 7 30 in addition there the Bas Aho he inure comm v on them. Monday sept. Are in distr in a will be i Parade of the engines on thursday and saturday at 7 30 . Servi a Canei Wir co or Alva first i into much in to i v raw toil is i i it students go to other High schools to Washington Crawford Svi la i have Learned a a in i f by. A Cut i. A aurally just Fin Iller there Are few who enjoy continuing relationships and those few holding Down jobs in the Sami general Field of work As the Fri Nall Alii to is an adv ant a in to a Man to have served in the f b but like All organizations it has men on top and men who never Rife it has men who Are efficient and those who have to be let out because they do not make a gtd. Employment by the is not a permanent badge of of filcic Acy. Knowledge or responsibility when a fellow advertises himself As a former Fri agent the proper inquiry should be Why former if he says unit he was an administrative assistant to j. Edgar Hoover it need Only be noted that no such position exists in the f b i Barbara Taylor returns from . Met by family Foi. \. Lie col solid at i set pcs Sion w it a no la ii is a ii its Ai att in in dance .Il the Olds c ii. I up school integration in four Mala Southern Cit in moved Forward today with a surface of Calm Dallas Tex. Atlanta a. Little Rock ark., and new Orleans la., reported that racial barriers were being pushed in Obedi Enci to thi supreme court ruling lint classroom segregation kit la two men die in head on crash Senate rejects postponement no i a al a. Lawn no 2 Trent n Hall no. 3 a fire station Sal no 4 Donaldson Chap no 5 of pleasant High Harry e. Cornick taken by death Washington Ltd Senate today rejected an until next year vote on its Bill to create a tile Effort to a final a system of National wilderness areas for future generations. The vote was 41 to 32. Cars damaged in two accidents j Harry e Corduck 73, died at the memorial Hospital at 1 20 p in. Monday sept. 4. After a Short illness. Ii Quot was both August 17, 1868, in ii re Cowry where he has been interment to be wednesday morning or. Ai d i August 20. To Barbara who new z Aland s Ralph Taylor neet iii1 it Haugh w is renin g to Thev w re joined i. V. A a i Mun Iowa a up killed. Or c in Kansas Civ by in a. Who 11 w to i a from Camp at . Minn they took the Southern route to California where they met Barbal a who returned on a Chai to d plan arriving in los Angeles on Friday August 25. This plane carried 30 american students returning to tire United states and 66 in inning ass students from Indonesia. A Iran and new Zed my who w mild by held Over in Las Angeles for several Days for orientation and then sent on to their destinations .Il Taylors then travelled up the coast to san Francisco and Home. I Robe i a mates of it made in went with the Taylors to California to meet her daughter Sherrie they returned Home by Tram. Of gall., court Jug c nun. To Jill App a1 our i by the St i 111 Tiai Yar. Btry with in at a a Ai wac plan. U o ii 64 re tags it a to b a a by m. In c in i River Sioux i a Elm is no. Their win s critic w Lien their car v Ith a Rock Load the victims w William m Zach Iii., and Aldan m Kanzaki e. Ill ther wives w re both Ink. It pita at Onawa when were listed in Quot very err a a cution. Threshers reunion program it ii Tod. To id on Here i a s it 60, tile in rent .rn,ce., for the Cremard it maim of Emma grif the wait will be held at to a in wednesday. September 6, at Forest Home cemetery. R k Crane funeral Home is in Lane Ste it i inn w fire in car wheel a port of a car being on fire a boo s Mam was mad Quot at 4 a pm say Urdaz City police called i k of Tim a Ion that tile fire a. In and firemen did t go out i a wheel bearing had gone on tile caught Ere tile car Ca tied by in it a Hester. Keokuk. A pick up truck a Peterson. It in 4 and Chevron it w in a by i mar tin and driven by f it yell heed a 9 a in to Day Eland s sine or a tuition Peter on w i a inf headed North and East on West hem Accident occurred car wa.-, e. Lima a truck was t Damn cars driven by new Frankin Byzek Buran p in m us a v Walnut and both a it a re Dan Davison a. Washington Ai turn South ont Aho East bound on tile right the Accident City police by Hugh i a 1954 Maria linear a k w i 49 a nip cd p a i lifelong resident. I e was the son of Nelson and Miry Alk Quot Moorehead Cornick who preceded him in death. Or. January 6, 1915, he was mar a i to Minnie Graff who prec my Ham in death August 20. 1920. To this Union were born two Iron Marvin n. Of it. Pleas and mrs. Arthur Doris i Brent Ogden. March 3, 1939, he was married to he., n Wolfe who survives. To n.-, Union two sons were born Dwight Darrell and Ronald Chaim and to o daughters Joyce Ann and Darla Jean at heme he is also survived by seven. Rorn Bdrm and four Sisters. A it Nii co in irk Vera Cornick mrs cd .Il of it. Pleasant and or Beath Farmer of Kellerton. Four Brothers and one sister pre deceased him. Or Cornick had been widely k a for his horse raising and la re Orsar can be la pro a k or i pit it r 45 Ama n Kennedy confers with dec head Washington up Dent Kennedy conferred i minutes today with Cha Glenn to Seaborg i a at a Energy commission regarding Russia s resumption of nuclear testing. Senate passes Compromise Bill a Washington up the Senate today passed and sent to the House a Compromise $194 441 i too atomic Energy commission Money Bill providing funds for a reactor Plant at Hanford Wash. Iii in Craw in put in a tuition Fords in Pina Ting and t d of i a no numb Hovy. Sli i i Alit . A adits announce by t w i d a \ Olds 19 l. The f Olds the Leona cd seniors Judy Lith Roger i Jean prof ism i Anc k Grabi t tartar i Arri a f the reason i emphasize thus Point is that there is an upsurge of conservatism in this country. Live in town. Meet the and there Are Many opportunists who jump on the conservative bandwagon and who claim special knowledge and special advantage. Many conservative causes have been wrecked by those who seek to earn a living out of them. The cause ceased to by important tilt primary motive became the living the goal became the contributor. Many movements switched from an Ideal and Faith to the excitement of the moment and they jumped from one hate to another until All that left to their Effort wa.-, hate and the Hunt for dollars. This has also been True of Liberal activities but today i write of conservatives and it the need. of it inc u ads tor a the. For a amins against phonic such i Factor him Ord Wash Orth organizations As the Young Amer. Low leans for Freedom or the Young j made a livelihood out of a pm. Recs. Conservatives such publications Ciple and it is a Public response White and Lair. William.-. As the a National review Are not vilify to warn against them. Ted Dumont Steve Flea third russian a Ria t juniors it Teller to Weare by w so Griffith s an me i men. M e i v 11 Rita Ernest v a is prior Edward and we. Sci f r h. To i Hsu Hith 14 students enrolled a Are Kathy Allender Way ice Lew and seniors Glenn Bank involved in this criticism but i refer to men Rind women who have copyright 1961. Syndicate inc it King features Ole i owe and r a May lot i Moi. And Patricia Low or a a. J r v a pay a i. In i cd Riff Ith i Fobri a \ Early g a the dec f of la i cd Aal Kat v the. Was a and l a i to i tie lit u stir i and the soc d in to a to nth t a 7-.il ii t in did a. T Sale Ali took Phi ii Aiu Milos South a Howe it r. Cheryl said late to Tom in this Sam juniors i no. A d it a i Ike Tho sop to Bis Ore als l y i e atmosphere. T h r How a Len i i by heat i special Knell i it a to ii i a i . In i Nilk Wurtle Mehelli Ltd to \ a icicle i a i lie track i Algine in tee cd heat i i rout of i l a no a i in Dolly Iii Ake .Il l Ushii g i la Ker la to Iii opera i Ion 7 till i pan. Civ ii by i a Agua it Loh the la of is it . It Isen ups m a i a Hue i \ bus schedule to threshers reunion so re r Day u he a ended the first methodist cos Wall be at to a in w a. S pm. 6, at the Weir Cooke a1 Home. Or. Alvin t. A of the first methodist will officiate rent will be in Forest cemetery. Two wills Are admitted to probate i m prey it cup 0 a o Wutti la t. 1.650 spokesman last was slav. Area Plo Sions t in the the bus schedule us As follows for rides to the thresh us reunion 9 . A Park to town St it a will be in Middle of Block on East Side if Square. I Omaha town to Park i old settlers and threshers reunion site a it a pal k u Airport via tion Center. With slight modification the ground would provide housing for 600 two v. A were admitted to pro boy tuesday according to the a Erms of the will of Harry l. Abbot drawn up december 16, 1948. the estate is left to ids widow a a May a son Howard Abbot san is named executor. The will of Ross s. Forbes drawn up s Piem Ber 13, 1957, leaves the entire estate to his widow. Ruth Aud names her executrix. On is i or building As planning director of the office met with local men fall out of defense recen in to View 9 15 . 9 30 a in. T it in 9 45 Nan. Airport to Park schedule will be repeated hourly until 5 . For ii Hon a i h mobilization Region 6, the new building at the possible fall out protect building shown in the Back persons. In a nuclear emergency the planning director George Barber said. He is shown Here Center with Phil Crawford from left Harlan Foster William Sater and Lloyd Peterson. Council to meet thursday evening i. A a. Con ii will meet thursday evening this week instead of wednesday night when the civil War pageant will be held at the threshers and settlers reunion
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