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r v*i (l«t.) DM MdiMt Tuesday, July 26, I960 IS,' li YOUNGER MEN TO THE FORE The 1960 political year will see the younger leaders .in both parties moving up to replace the "elder statesmen". When Jack Kennedy, at 43, and Lyndon Johnson, at 51, were nominated for the top spots ort the national Democratic ticket, the cry ."too yountf" came from some opposition camps. But the Republicans, too, are destined to have their standard bearers young men. Richard Nixon at 48 is only a shade older than Kennedy. Each" started his elective political career at fhe same time, in 1946, successfully. No\v the Republicans of Iowa have nominated Jack Miller as their candidate for the U. S. Senate. Miller is 44. He will oppose Governor Herschell Loveless, who is 49. Thus, each party despite itself and some of its older members who might like to handle the reins a little longer, is turning to younger men for its vote appeal. Until Kennedy's nomination, nobody seemed to think that anyone in their forties was what you would call "young." Just a nice approach to middle age! Lacking much else to attack Kennedy with, the tag of "youth" was applied. But in view of subsequent developments, it looks like most of the candidates for major office to be presented by each party will be under 50. Both candidates for governor, also come under that mark. And maybe it's a good thing. On the national and international scene one can hardly say "the old guard" has succeeded in giving us a world of stability or calm. Perhaps a new generation of young leaders can better unravel the mistakes of the past. Let us hope so, because regardless of who wins, younger men will have the leader's role. Upper PCS ill E. Call Street—Ph. CY 4-3535—Algona, Iowa Entered as second class matter at the postoifice at Algona, Iowa, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Issued Tuesday in 1960 By THE UPPER DES MOINES PUBLISHING CO. R. B. WALLER, Editor & Publisher DON SMITH, News Editor DARLENE KINSEY, Advertising Mgr. GEO. M. SMITH, Foreman NATIONAL EDITORIAL A f H I I A I f MFMBtB NATIONAL REPRESENTATIVE Weekly Newspaper Representatives, Inc. . 404 Fifth Ave., New York 18, N. Y. SUBSCRIPTION RATES IN KOSSUTH CO. One Year, in advance $3.00 Both Algona papers, in combination, per year $5.00 Single Copies lOc SUBSCRIPTION RATES OUTSIDE KOSSUTH One Year, in advance $4.00 Both Algona papers in combination, one year $6.00 No subscription less than 6 months. OFFICIAL CITY AND COUNTY NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING RATES ON REQUEST NO'NEED-FOR A U-2 The question is still being debated as to whether or "hot the flight of U-2 reconnaisance planes over Russian territory was or is a good or bad idea. But one thing is certain; the Russians don't need such planes or flights. They can obtain most of the basic information they may want by simply reading American publications. The July 18 issue of U.S. News & World Reports devotes five pa'ges, complete with maps, showing exact locations and a diagram of how the underground ICBM base is arranged. This information is therefor not restricted or the magazine would not have published it; thus if the Russians want the information all they have to do is spend less than a half dollar. It might be presumed that the Russians could obtain this information even if it were kept restricted, but not for less than half a dollar. Nothing like telling all your secrets, free and easy like! 2 PLUS 2 'EQUALS 6 The New York Herald-Tribune, the other day, conducted a unique research into the mat-, ter of income taxes and how they are figured. It sent six men, each with the name of George Jackson, to six different Internal Revenue service men and asked them to compute the tax of George Jackson from an identical set of income and deduction figures. Each of the six came up with a different result, ranging from an additional $26.69 after withholding, down ta $7.05. Various interpretations of the rules accounted for the differences, not bad arithmetic. Strangely enough, though, none of the George Jacksons had a refund coming. It's easy to see why ordinary people sometimes make mistakes, too. * * * REPUBLICANS FORGET THE COUNTRY EDITORS Eagle Grove Eagle — Along with some 400 other Iowa weekly editors (most of whom are Republicans) we woke up last week and realized that someone has set the state Republican convention for a Tuesday night and Wednesday. In the newspaper business that amounts to almost a sacrilege. .Weekly editors don't go to weddings or family reunions on Wednesday, that is the day we save the country. This must be a part of this "Times are Changing — this is a young man's world" business that we are hearing so much about lately. But just like Harry Truman who stayed away from the Democratic National Convention there will be a lot of weekly editors who have been life-long supporters of the Republican party who won't attend the 1960 State Republican convention. While Jdck Kennedy, who is 43, was worrying about looking too young before T-V cameras, his chief opponent and now running mate, Lyndon Johnson, who will be 52 in August, was worrying about looking too old. Actually, Kennedy is older than he looks and Johnson is younger than he looks. And Nixon is right in between them at 48. * * * Weil, the Congo got its independence on July 1, and on July 15 United Nations troops are being sent there to restore order, or try to, while everyone else flees the country. Nothing like good old "independence." SAY'S Welcome with the most dramatic new franchise and distributorship in a decade! Join America's Most Progressive And Fastest Growing Industry The Aluminum Field FRANCHISE - DEALERSHIP AVAILABLE FQR THE FOLLOWING COUNTIES; HUMBOLDT KOSSUTH HANCOCK WRIGHT WINKEBAGO fttfomaffmt £a9 t* WrH WINTER-SEAL OF IOWA W«rt Grand Phwtt AT 84942 Pea Moines Dishonor Roll by Jerry Marcni MAYS OUT OF MY WAY!" Trov«/eri Satttf Strr'm floral hall nl the fairgrounds here. A total of 100 birds were entered in the various-categories of the show. There were no winners listed from this immediate area. * * • An inch and a «-Jif of rain during the week finally managed to shatter the drouth which had been in control of crops afid the weather in KosstUh county for some time. Heaviest downfall of moisture during the period was .86 of an inch July 26, while another .til of an men hit the ground two days later. All in all. rain was registered five straight days, July 24 through 28, and temperatures moderated somewhat, also. High niiirK for the week was 105 degrees July 24, while the low was ' 63 July 26. Unsettled weather was forecas? for the next several days and area farmers were hoping for casualties are caustd by driver error. Washington igh lights * * A Weekly Report from the Nation 1 ! Capital by Ray Venum (Young Congressman Jim Wright of Texas has a flair for oratory. When he speaks before the House of Representatives he usually commands a good audience. This column departs from its usual presentation to pass on these highly interesting comments by Wright.) * * * Let's take a long, hard look at ourselves as we enter the 1960's. Let's be honest. Let's measure both the good and the bad. We are rich. The typical larnily income. that we stand in danger of-forget! ing our mission as a people as we face tlie opportunities and challenges of the future. The 1960's are Certain to see a sharpening of the titanic competition between two opposing national philosophies. Kussia, a nation that only recently rode in oxcarts now sends rockets to the moon. A nation once grossly inferior in industry now outpro- duces us in machine tools. A nation that was opce almost completely illiterate now has an edu- caiional establishment that turns Shirley Vinson moved to the top in the Algona Division and bonna Jean Uutton was on top in the Kossuth Division of the Algona Merchants Goodwill Popularity Contest after two weeks of balloting. Winners in each division were slated to receive an expense-paid trip to the Great Lakes, including visits to many of the large cities in that area * * * Firemen at Livermore were called to the Charles Houston home at 5 a.m. Friday when a mj-ttress was discovered blazing. The flames were extinguished at once with little damage to other property in the house. * * * The Algona Junior Chamber of Commerce anndunced' plans for a city-wide tennis tournament to be held during the month of August, Chairman of the event was Bob Williams, who was set to receive entries in all classes until August 6. Prizes were to be awarded in at least four brackets of the meet. * • * Algona's city council made this announcement during its meeting Thursday night, any unpaved streets in the city would be oil- td.jt property owners wished to have it done, and IF property owners agreed to PAY FOR THE COST OF THE OIL. In other words, it would be done so long as no tax: money (or very little of it) was used for the project. Special assessments aren't new. salary ilnry „ 75.00 Kraft. Jr.," salary 6800 Gurry, salary 83.80 Cowan, rotary _. fin 10 Small, salary ' ooilO iJuVnll. notary 1)170 l,nnarrc. salary ".. KO.in Imvn Stnte Bank, withholding 71.70 low.) Pul,lic Empl. Retirement, IPERS 30.28 Iowa Employment Sec. Comm., social sec. _ 7040 Cociericn) Supply, mdso. ....I 427,00 Thompson-JInyward Chemical Co., chlorine .. 121.50 Suds Yer Duds, service 11.77 Hilton's Super Service, gns .. 182 Pratt Electric Co.. labor 22.85 Crrc'CnbiTR Auto Supply, mdse. 26.25 Coast to Coast Stores, mdse. - 2 94 Culligan Soft Water Service. salt ._, .; O'Bitcn Trucking Service, truck hire , 5oo Tom's Radio & TV, repair "III e!oS Hutzell's, mdse. ... 8268 SEWER (RENTAL""" Lemkec. salary 171.24 Oronbach, salary 124.56 Iowa State Bank, withholding 20.50 Iowa Sta'e Hank. Interest 878.00 Iowa 'Public Empl. Retirement, IPERS _ 134 15 Iowa Emplo>mcnt Sec. Comm.. 114.73 11.D2 13.50 2.50 BLOOMS Mrs. W. D. Jones of Ogden has some four foot white blooms of the yucca plants growing in her back yard. It has been three years since they last bloomed and the entire plants now stand seven feet tall. 2.94 Pratt Electric Co., globes "»'""'* Super Service, repair PARKING METER Iowa State Bank, withholding Trust & Agency,..pension Iowa Public Emplovees' Retirement, IPERS ,..'... Iowa Employment Sec. Comm., social sec. _ Pratt Electric Co.. repairs TRUST 4r AGENCY Viola Meland. Guardian for Dennis Counlcy. pension Viola Meland, Guardian for Linda Counley, pension Bertha Egli, pension II 1D5.9-I 4B.23 23.40 2.16 30.32 96.44 10.75 3.00 7,50 2000 2000 75.00 Grtthcn House 1S14MO. SHORE DRIVi CLEAR LAKE, IOWA Iowa's bit of New England invites your parlies, luncheons, coffees, brunches, bridal showers and dinners. Smart casual clothes, selected gifts arc carefully chosen to please the discriminating? Fashion Shew Luncheons Every Thursday. CALL FLEETWOOD 7-4311 FOR RESERVATIONS (29-31-33) LOW COST LOANS • For Paying Bills • For Buying Cars, Etc. • For Any Worthy Purpose • Monthly Payment Plans To Fit Your Budget LOANS & FINANCING TO $5,000.00 SEE PAXSON INS. AGENCY lJO'/2 N. Dodge - Phone CY 4-4512 AGENT FOR THRIFT PLAN, INC. - Fort Dodge, Iowa after taxes have been paid, and out twice as many scientists and adjusted to compensate for in- engineers as ours. A society of creases in consumer price index, peasants is now a great industrial is still $1,100 better than it was complex. And this is one of the in 1947 and alniuat $1,900 better challenges of the GO's. than it was in the boom year of - * . * * 1929. Today, more than 65 per-: cent of the Nation's families enjoy incomes in excess of $4.000 annually as compared with 37 percent at the close of the war. This is the widest dispersion of buying power that any society has ever achievea. Council Minutes (28-30-32-341 Since 1947. the number of We would be hasty, of course, to say that we must improve our own performance only to coin- pele with the Russians. Competition with another nation should not itself become the foolish fetish of our generation. Rather for the sake of ourselves and our children as well as the welfare and lot of humanity we the tasks witn families in the $10.000 and abovp should undertake income group has increased from which the Sixties so dogmatically 5 percent to 14 percent; while the challenge us. number earning less than $2,000 a year has shrunk from 25 percent to 14 per cent. This is undoubtedly the most spectacular social and economic revolution of COUNCIL MINUTES Waived reading of the minutes of thu preceding council meeting. Resolution setting tax levy lor the 1%0 sanitary sewer project was adopted. Resolution setting date for hearing on above resolution was adopted. Resolution accepting deed from Frank McEnroe for the road west of the Riverview Cemetery was adopted. Atnmendment to the Sign & Awnings Ordinance was given seconded reading. Cigarette permit granted to Ed. Champlin Service Moved & seconded to adjourn to Weil., July 20. 1960. GENERAL FUND salary _ 112.50 ; Professional Directory i; '*"»«"•"»*»•••»•»•••»»»»»»•»•• •+++•<' Smiih. salary Iowa State Bank. 7ho capacity of America is withholding 164.00 .. court cost unlimited. It is adequate to meet Iowa Public Retirmont. IPERS Iowa Employment Security challenge of the GO's but Comm., Social Sec. all time, and it would seem to bode well indeed xir tr>» future of the American economy. * * But the wealth of our finance?does not reveal the fibre of our morality. Social critics have given us various uncomplimentary labels. We have been called an "Organisation State." an "Acquisitive Culture," an "Affluent Society." But the most stinging criticism is that which has labeled us as the age of the "Goof-Off" ... the era of the job half done. ' From coast to coast our country unfortunately seems to have become populated with laundrymen who won't iron shirts, waiters ' who won't serve, manufacturers who deliberately build things to wear out, and workers who engage in "feather-bedding," executives whose minds are en the golf course, students who take cinch courses, professors who leach cinch courses, organizations that sell academic degrees, people who buy academic degrees, public officials • whose primary concern is riot to lead, not to think, not to express an opinion, but simply to stay in public office. Further, we have moved into the new era of the two- hour lunch, the all day coffee break, the misleading advertiser, the paid-off disc jockey, the company credit card and the extravagant tax-free expense account, the rigged ielevition show, the dishonest butcher. Those who engage in one form or another of moral depravity range from the high school flunky who wants to become, a beatnik to the Congressman who puts his bar bill on the public voucher. ' not if we continue to spend more city ciei-k, advance on sports than on science more on scotch than on schools . . . more on entertainment than on education . . . more on carnivals than on culture . . . more on clothes than on conservation . . and more on cocktail parties than on cancer research. cash North Iowa Directory Service, 8.50 13-1.00 170.04 1.58 21.00 1.78 115.13 20-YE i-'-AGO IN THE FROM THE FILES OF THE ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES JULY OU, 1940 * » * ' About 1,000 parity payment checks, slated to put about Advance Pubi. Co., publ. Upper DCS Moines Publ. Co.. p'ibl. 53.20 Latr's Business Systems, Inc., Tnermo-Fax & paper 302.25 Kim's .Maid-Rite, refund 75.00 Koch Brothers, forms 6.18 STREET Hanson, salary 232.51 Lashbrook, salary 15'J.!)5 Purgar.de. salary 175.46 Eurtis, salary '. 138.14 Meizen. Jr., salary 120.67 Prew. salary ... 15U.18 Myers, salary' ' 117.03 Andrcasen, salary 91.70 Schneider, salary 1)5.20 Iowa State Bank, withholding tax 150.50 Iowa Publ. Employees' Retirement. 1PKRS 4C1.5G low;' t mpli;yment Sec. Comm., social sec. ._. 418.04 Mid-Iowa Industrial Supply. parts .'... 138.00 Cities Service Oil Co.. gas . 132.18 Mason City Blue Print, repair 2.64 Ai fc o!'..i i- lour & Jf'etil Co., rppair . . 4.75 Frederick' Hardware, mdse. 2.81 Illinois Auto Electric Co.. repairs . -.„_ .06 Hilton's Super Service, repairs S:ti-llv Oil Co.. oil " Shop. md5<\ _$92,000 into thy pockets of Kos- public Safety Fund, refund -I suth county lairners, were expected to arrive during the week a u^ a i Auto Supply, parts Builder's, labor & 43.00 81.43 1.34 16.10 17.96 v /' lrt Miller loader 10700.00 Lbr. Co., stakes 13.10 PUBLIC SAFETY Ro«?ke!m:.ii, salary _• 224.03 1W1 16 184.71 . Mi-Brklf. salary _._ 158.16 Schv. aivi-nb ic'n. salary _ _ 1<X! 07 at the county soil conservation -Hawkeve Machinery"c'o."" front' office. The checks, in turn, were to be mailed directly to farmers supposed to receive them, so it was not necessary for them to call at the conservation office. "A few parity payment applications, the last from Kossuth, were • being sem to the state office, according to Bob Loss of the AAA office, but the 1,000 checks due here would account for 95 percent of the total fot Kossuth producers. * * * Buffalo Center's baseball team got a job done Sunday that no other team in the- flossulh County Baseball League had been able to dq during the' second half qf the loop season - the Buffaloes downed unbeaten iJancf'oft, 2-1, in a thriller. The loss by Bancroft gave Swea City a chance to move to the top With a 4-0 !"»» Employment Sec. Comm., i &O4'I3l b£C. - - __ — '„_..--..,. _,.., Walla'-e & Holland, Engineering service Uppp'- DCS Moines Publ. Co.. l.'UHCii. b.aiai y „ Vui.'t. salary Koni. salarv - -^ lowu State B»:"ik. uillihgldin;; tax Tmsl .1- As'encv, p"tisio" Iowa Employment Sec. Comm. social sec Gene's Radio & TV. repair SfrueoktrV Conoco, repairs .. PITCIV*] Motors, repairs Huf/ell's. mdse . O'lt-f Service Oil Co.. ^as ._ Hilton's Super Service. ~g;<s _- Stouffor Fire Equipment Co., rc'p^i r o r'-'-orPe's W>Hv Srion. labor ._ Algona Fire Dept . fire calls -- IIU.DO 163 0(i 20.00 152.30 14.72 466.70 12-25 3.75 43.30 8.55 74.87 38.05 4.80 150.00 397.00 Johnson, salary 194.6C luwa Sitote Bank, withholding j\va Public Employees' Retirement. IPERS INSURANCE A. J. (Arnie) Ricklefs Hospitalization Health & Accident Life. — Auto r- Fire — Hail Personal Claim Service 2 E. State CY 4-4529 - • t ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY J. R. (Jim) KOLP Surety Bonds — All Line* of Insurance 206 East State St Phone CY 4-3178 BLOSSOM INSURANCE AGENCY All Lines of Insurance Automobile - Furniture Loan 7 N. Dodge Phone CY 4-2735 BOHANNON INSURANCE SERVICE 1 N. Dodge St. Ph. CY 4-4443 Home - Automobile - Farm Polio Insurance CHARLES D. PAXSON Dwelling, Auto, Liability, Life, General Phone CY 4-4512 KOSSUTH MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION Over $74,000,000 worth of insurance in force. A home company. Safe, secure. Phone CY 4-3756 Lola Scuffham. Sec*f HERBST INS. AGENCY For Auto, House, Household floods, and Many Other fc'or«u Phone CY 4-3733 Ted S. Htrbst Iowa Farm Mutual Inf. Co. Affiliated with Farm Bureau Auto (with $10 Deductible) Life - Kail • Tractor Phone CY 4-3351 HAROLD C. SUNDET Representing State Farm Ins. Co. 706 So. Phillips St. Ugona Phone CY 4-2341 AUTO—LIFE—FIRE—HAIL DALE W. LOCKWOOD Representative The Equitable Life Assurance Society Of Th? United States Burt, Jowa Phone 201 Chiropractor DENTISTS DR. KARL R. HOFFMAN Office in Home Federal Bldg. Office phone CY 4-434* DR. J. B. HARRIS, JR. Dentist New Location On Corner Phone CY 4-7.334 Al 622 E. Slate DOCTORS MELVTN G. BOURNE, M. D. Physician & Surgeon 118 N. Moore St. Office phone CY 4-2349 Resident phone CY 4-2277 J. N. KENEFICK, M. D. Physician & Surgeon 218 W. State Street Office phone CY 4-2353 Resident phone CY 4-2614 CAROL L. PLOTT, M.D. 110 N. Moore Street Practice Limited to Surgery Office Hours by Appointment ^ CYpress 4-4864 Office CYpress 4-4331 Residence JOSEPH M. ROONEY Physician & Surgeon 114 N. Moore Office phone CY 4-2224 Resident phone CY 4-2232 JOHN M. SCHUTTER. MJ>. Physician & Surgeon 220 No. Dodge, Algona Office phone CY 4-4490 . Resident phone CY 4-2339 OPTOMETRISTS DR. L. L. SNYOER Optometrist 113 East State Algona Telephone CY 4-2711 Closed Saturday Afternoons ffccprd, Swt-a's latest win w£«5 an easy, 11^2 cqnquest pf Wesley Penton topped Alsona. 7-6. and Lotts Creek pasted a 3-1 verdict Titonkfi in other league games Sunday. 63.00 8loo T Am I unreasonably harsh in this appraisal? Maybe so. I hope- so. There are .magnificent cxamp- oyer les of decency to inspire us. there IS Still much good mum led with the bad. U I oyejemphas- Ai !*«»t 500 person* visUetJ the ized our failures, it is only be-i annual Young mrd Show of the cause I am convinced that ours State Pigeon Association held is a nation with a purpose and Saturday and Sunday in the 34 sa D. D. Chiropractor Pjenney'i ne r & : 9;OQ «- 5:Q Open Friday Night S-wpr Rental Fund, refund N r^ th « PK " tral Publlc Servic * street !uV."reY«~nd~"X!::"": Bradley Bros., repair ........ 26. n 13.78 »«i Dr. William L. Clegg Chiropractor Ml E. State St. Hewn; 1:00 — MM thru Ph. Off. CY 4-4677 R«. CY 4-S48I Drs. SAWYER and ERICKSON Eyes Examined Contact Lenses Hearing Aid Glasses 9 East State Street • Algona, Iowa Phone CYpress 4-2196 Hours: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Closed Saturday Afternoon! DR. C. M. O'CONNOR Optometrist Visual Analysis & Visual Trainini 108 South Harlan St. (Home Federal Bldg.) PHONE CY 4-3743 Form Manoq«m«n1 Carlw* Farm Managtmtui IZVt N. Dod« Ph. CY 4*191 ' i*.*. •«p?>j(Hi .• fc •'-. _L " ^

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