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ir £ -Alfen-a) (1«J UpfMf D*4 ft*!** Tuesday, Oct. 4, 1960 B< fle$lowe$ "AWAKED or "RELAX" - WHICH ? There appears to be one very basic difference between the two candidates for president, and what they are trying to get across to the American public. Senator Kennedy is saying "Awake America." Vice President Nixon is sbying "Relax America." Probably all of us would much prefer to "relax." But the question is, cdn we afford to accept Mr Nixon's viewpoint that relaxing is the proper thing at this time in American history. There are some noted writers who, despite their own Republican tendencies, cannot accept the Nixon philosophy. Walter Lippmann observes: "In his call for greater efforts to halt the decline of American power and prestige in the world, Mr Kennedy IS TELLING THE TRUTH, INDEED HE IS TELLING THE SAVING TRUTH." Lippmann goes on to say that "Mr Nixon's answer that nothing much is wrong is a tactic of frustration, designed not to clarify and resolve the issues, but to smother them." James Reston of the New York Times says: "After listening to Nixon play his soothing song on his campaign trip, the only trouble is that his basic theme adds up to a picture of the world that no well-informed man would consider seriously for a moment. It may be -good politics, but it is bad history." Unless the American people do not have memories which can go back eight years, they know that Kennedy is making sense — and. Nixon is not. Eight years ago the United States held an unquestioned first place in the eyes of the world, even the portion of the world which did rjot side with us. Today, eight years later, this is not so.. The tragic — and dangerous — part of it is that even in the eyes of many of our old allies, there is now a questioning look. "Can the U.S.A. remain in first place, does it have the vision and the energy to meet the challenge of the sixties" — that seems to be their unspoken question. • While the U.S. has been fed with public sedatives from a one-party press, the people themselves,have seen our foreign policies fail, one by one. They have witnessed not- one but many nations, formerly friendly, slip either into the Communist orbit or into a frozen neutrality that severs our once-warm friendships. This is true in the Far East, the Near. Eas.V_A.fjica^ thp Scandinavian countries, .Latin and" South lArner- icd, and now Cuba only 90 miles off our coast. The historical facts are there — no partisanship can obscure the picture. On the domestic front we have seen a repudiation of a pledged plank for farm parity by the Republican party. We have endured the biggest splurge of inflation in modern times. We have watched our national debt grow beyond the legal limit, requiring special congressional action to let it stay where it is, but at the same time we have had a period during which a privileged few have enjoyed special tax treatment that 99 percent of the American people do not (enjoy. Senator Kennedy emphasizes, and rightly, (hat we haven't a moment to lose in awakening from the stupor inspired by an ostrich administration which, with head in sand, says that "all is well." Would th-at it were only so. Senator Kennedy has said: "It is time to THE GREAT INDIVIDUALIST ! A young man lived with his parents in a public housing development. He attended the public schools and participated in the "free" lunch program. He entered the army, then on discharge retained his National Life Insurance. He enrplled in the state university, working part time at the state capital to supplement his Gl education check. On graduation he married a public health nurse and bought a home with an FHA loan, then obtained an RFC loan to go into business. A baby was born in the city hospital. He bought a small ranch with the aid of the veteran's land program and obtained emergency feed from the government. Later he put part of his land in the soil band and the payments soon paid out his ranch. His father and mother lived on the reach very comfortably on their social security and old age assistance checks. REA lines supplied electricity, the government helped him clear his land, the county agent showed him how to terrace it, and the government built him a fish pond. He read books fYom the public library and his banked money was insured by an agency of the government. The child grew up, entered public school, ate free lunches and rode the school bus, played in the municipal park and swam in. the public pool, and joined the FFA. The mcfn owned an automobile, so he favored the federal highway program. He signed a petition seeking federal assistance in developing an industrial .project "to help the economy of his area/' was a leader in a move to get a new federal building and went to Washington with a group to ask the government to build a power dam cos'ting millions so the area could get "cheap' electricity. He was also a leader in a move to get his pecific type of business special tax write-offs and exemption. Then one day he wrote his congressman: "I wish to protest these excessive government expenditures and 'attendant high taxes. I believe in rugged individualism. I think people should,, stand on their own feet without expecting handouts. I am opposed to all socialistic trends and I demand a return to the principles of our Constitution and the policies of'state's rights." PARITY IS NOT CHARITY Britt News-Tribune — Suppose the plumber came out to fix your pump and said his time was worth $6 an hour and you offered him $2. Or a new water heater, was $200 and you offered him $150. If you filled your tank with 32c gas and qffered the station operator 24c he'd worider about your mentality. ' Yet that is exactly what we, as a nation, are doing to our farmers. We are demanding that they take % of what we as a nation admit is a fair price and be content. . How long could the auto maker, the tractor manufacturer, the oil, fertilizer and shoe companies' stay in" bus-mess if all they could get was 75% of parity-75% of a fair price? That's what we expect of the farmer—that he^stay in business, be efficient, take care of his soil and wate,r and produce abundantly for us . W r- Of _'-f » r'i r > '' _ • f Ll. FROM THE FILES OF THE ALGONA UPPER DES MOfNES OCT. 8, 1940 o * * A noted visitor spent an hour >r so in Algona Friday evening. Ie was Jim Farley, former na- ional chairman of the Democra- ic party, and at the time (19401 connected with me New York Yankees and Coca-Cola. Mr Far- You Can Addre** Qftttion* to Him At BOX 66 KAUSttU, MONTANA DEAR TEEN-AGERS AND PARENTS: Here's a brand new feature for you brought to you by The Algona Upper Des Moines newspaper and I hope you'll like what you read as the weeks pass. "Under 21" is new in your weekly but is now in its third year to 102,178,000, (a gain 6< 4,603,- *LtP Of THE 6O1N — FoV 000) from 1952 to 1956, yet only many months flow the United 486,646 more persons voted. This States has been giving strenuoite means that only 66.71 percent of training to its seven astronauts, the eligible voted In 1956 com- One of them some day will be pared with 63.08 percent in 1952. chosen to make America s first And only 10.57 percent of the in- venture into Outer Space. The creased population voted. These big question is which one will be stay-at-homes then as now could selected. Believe it or not, the swing a Presidential election. AND WITHOUT 60NS — The experts thought of flipping a coin but finally abandoned that idea. Now, they'll wait until right before the fateful moment uncier zi is new in your weemy out. is now in us inira year . L ( v, an i, c -n*> ana t" 1 -* lnl - " lu " wnu a^-cma u«.ai. other weekly newspapers throughout the United States and !f:n l n ,?^o ^ki»^= Li h suited — physically and mentally in C;mada. It's pretty much an advice and opinion column written for you, by you and about you — with some help from yours truly. There'll be times when you'll disagree with me & perhaps you'll be right. However, keep in mind that when I answer a question, no matter how serious or trival it may appear, I answer it sincerely Hiid honestly. I work a lot with teen-agers in my own community and besides ride out into- the un- of that vdsl world be- still having problems . . . with their own employes. Last year alone 1,632 irregularities, mostly embezzlements, were reported by the Nation's banks. Employes were responsible for shortages ,.,•...,- \ » amounting to more than $13 mil- We ak * /he super market .01 lion. By the time the FBI had credlt ' but overseas they ve not to known yond. Al; AMERICAN WONDER — cv'^at a 1 car^rv^e s I -it.n* this column. I have a IB-ycar-old "daughter and she keeps Zved fn, howeve'r, .lot of the* «°n £^- f rLUSS tion to have his auto filled with "^pretty much on my toes • • •- < Tho no««rtmn\,t «. Acr.nullii.i. gas while he and the two men accompanying him got a bite to cat. Operator of the station, Dutch Lorcnz. former well- known Algonan, finally recog- ni/ed Mr Farley and immediately called W. W. Sullivan, postmaster. I'll always answer your letters, either in this column' or by personal reply if that's what you wish and you enclose a stamped, self-addressed envelope for your answer. Of course, the big problem for girls is boys, and for boys, it's girls. Understand now, I don't pretend to know all the answers but I'll ajways listen to your problems and will do my best to help. Because I do want to do my best to keep you kids on the straight and narrow, my wife and I have written separate facts of life as s werec.;ared' up and some The DcpartmAl of . A f rleuHure 350 bank employes went to jail, recently set up S typical U S su- Pedcral bank officials arc con- P, er market m London and it is vinccd that a lot of these irre- attracting thousands. Precooked and frozen foods are bringing gularitics could be stopped if the . , , , . _, . banks improved their supervision maun y °£} s and ; an s from ^ n " over employes. Fortunately," " ehnrc Th ™ n '' n 1mmff im ln hnv Ushers. They arc lining up to buy \J V V-l ^111 IJiW V ^,il, J.UILL41 ICIH- i\ t KU- , , , . . • vcrnmen? insurance has protecl- sudl goodies as cake mixes nnd ., , c , ' j 11 nf r>no4nmr<>*c ^^.^l 6 ..?^ ^ mlmeofcraW {JjJJ werc fcw if attv loss «? s lo an old friend of the visitor. Mr Farley, while talking with the entirely free. If you would like a girl's booklet or a boy's booklet, simply send your name and address on a stamped envelope to me canned chicken. From all indications it won't be long before Londoners will demand super markels of their own. Algonans, predicted FDR would and you >n rec eive your booklet in a very few days. again be elected president of the Naturally, you parents who have both boys and girls in your United States in November (and families, can request both booklets. However, don't send for the this but Congress will try again hf» urnc SO ritrhl^ f TTriitrir's nntr>* u«^i»l«t« r,-»,. ~' i«,i^u «., ;..„» *„ „„*:«*.. ..«..« -....:_-:*.. u. .4 r~~ *i n**vt vnnr tn Has 1 ? n nill Pt*Pftr.rnH DEMOCRACY DIPLOMAS — Not much has been written about Two Couples Wed Two wedding licenses were is- he was SO right). (Editor's note: booklets for a laugh or just to satisfy your curiosity but for the next year to pass a bill creating sued' by County Clerk Alma The writer of this column was help you think they can give you or give your children if you are a National Freedom Academy. Pearson at the courthouse this employed at Dutch's a couple 6f parents. This may sound far-fetched but week. They, went to Richard De- summers and got to meet several . The booklets have been okayed by a doctor for the factual in- it has merit. Am^r:g .other things Wall, Grand Meadow, Minn., and other .very well known people, formation and by a clergyman for the moral aspect. To date nearly such an academy would develop Florence Kylen, Austin, Minn., including Bob Feller and Rollio 10,000 of these booklets have been mailed to your homes and es- all aspects of the Communist Sept. 19; and Robert Barslou, Jr. Hemsley of the Cleveland In- peoialy pleasing to me is that about half of the letters are requests conspiracy against Free World and Mary Ethel Gibson, Swca dians, George Petty, artist who from parents. Nations and it would help our City, Sept. 24. gained fame through creation of Remember, now, the booklets are free and are for your benefit people attack scientifically the the Petty Girl, several large po- whether you're a teen-ager or an adult parent. problem of dealing with the So- liticians (in stature, not weight) I certainly hope we become better and closer acquainted as the viet .spy system. As of now the 60TH Mr and Mrs George Saucrbrci, and a few members of big name weeks pass and if you do think I can help you, regardless, of your Russians seem to be way ahead of Tripoli, recently celebrated bands of the era). » * Here's something that happen- problem, that you will write. You'll always receive an answer and of us in this espionage .business perhaps you'll benefit. and we have a lot to learn. The academy could serve that pur- ed in Oct. 1940 that might never DEAR DAN . rm a 17 . ycar . old girl and havc becn goi stead pose. occur again — taxes for. the year with this certain guy for more than a year. He's 20 years old. We've 1940 /in Kossuth county, payable been planning on marriage for quite some time but I told him some in 1941, were to be cut $78,000. months ago I didn't want to start off our marriage with a stack of The drop in tax levy.-was slated bills I knew he had,' plus the payments on his car, Anyway, I told to effect every taxpayer ip ajl him to get the bills paid off and then I Would consider marriage. districts except 13 in the entire But instead of buckling down and doing this, it seems now all county. Reason for putting the he concentrates on is his car, job, sleep and other boys. I hardly see axe to taxes had not. been ex- him anymore. When I once asked him why I don't see him much any- plained — but nobody seemed 'to more, he said he was always tired and had to get his sleep but care as long as the amount to be 1 knew he was downtown with his car full of his friends. collected was less. (Wouldn't that I know he loves me as much as I love him but think ..perhaps be wonderful).- ' he doesn't want to face up to the responsibility of marriage. * * * x I've even dated others recently but that hasn't helped because Fair weather continued to hold I find myself always comparing them to him and. none has ever the fort in this area, despite a measured up to him. I've got a problem but I don't know what the very windy Sunday. The winds solution is. Do you? — In Love. managed to bring in a small DEAR IN LOVE: You've got a problem all right but one that amount of rainfall, but not en- time won't take care of. Personally, I don't like to see a.girl of 17 ough to dampen anyone's spirits, or 18 get married and as long as your boy friend is acting as he is, their 60th wedding anniversary. They have seven children, 39 grandchildren and 54 great grandchildren. Professional Directory INSURANCE A. J. (Arnie) Rlcklefs Hospitalization Health & Accident Life — Auto —Fire -r- Hail Personal Claim Service 2 E. State CY 4-4529 Chiropractor Dr. D. D. Arnold Chiropractor Over Penney's Office Phone — CY 4-3373 Hours: 9:00 — 5:00 Open Friday Night High temperature reading for the you're better off and should continue dating others. After all, your week was 82 degrees, while the »eau is only 20 and if he still wants to u live a little," It's belter low was 45. That 82 was xe'gis- that he get it out of his system now. Relax for a whi^lk and let time at 75% of cf fair, price. „_. Consequently while we pay the - ' , •- -j. I A , \_(JI1:>CUUCI 1 1 IV WIIIIC WC h 1 *- 1 / H'C uv^iviy*, stop '.reacting to our . adversary s moves, and to ^ H £ Qn h we expecf fhe ^A^..« _;.*:.«.. l:Lx tUW KnlH k<-mar,il invantivp ' • • •' - ' start acting like the bold, hopeful, inventive people that we were born to be, ready, to build and begin anew, ready to make a reality of man's oldest dream, world peace." This Nov. 8 election could be among the most momentous in our history. The gravity of i • i V /M r i • •' -r/\ ' farrner to be happy with exactly 1/3 of that: 70c an hour for his labor. We don't expect the factory worker's wife and children to help him, but we do expect the* farm wife and children to help out— without most momentous m our n.siory. me grav, y u, , ^ fhe facfo ^^ bu the cho.ce the people will make can be put m P^^.y aWd t?bjs QUt of his in ^ ome( buf we expect the farrner to bi)y his farm and stock and a few, very simple words: We have a chance to win with Kennedy, we may well be sunk with Nixon. * * _ * fhe .religion that fosters intolerance needs another Christ to die for it.. . . Beecher. equipment ou't of his. When the factory worker puts in more than 40 h'our^ ci'v/e*ek w>e give him time and a half. The]./a J ,rrn-'ef who' Vvbrked 1 o'nly 40 hours a we.e.k we'd call lazy, yet, he's lucky if he gets his 70c for his 80 rYbu'rs' of labor, , ,,-... We as d nation beg God for our daily bread and then decide that 3c is too much to pay for lill E. Call btrect—Ph. CY 4-3535—Algona, Iowa t he wheat that makes u^ a loaf. We pray foY Entered M Second clan matter at the postoffice abundance' an'd' then cheat the producer of that' •t Algbna, Iowa, under Act of CongreM of March 3, 1879. : t ,, .Issued Tuesday in 1960 By IHE UPPER DES MOINES PUBLISHING CO. R. B. WALLER, Editor & Publisher DON SMITH, News Editor MERLE PRATT, Advertising Mgr. GEO. M. SMITH, Foreman So ! let's hear no rjnbre about "supporting" pricls' at % of What they; shijold be, or about "suppoYt" payrnents being "ndihdouts". NATIONAL EDITORIAL H'XtJONAL REPRESENTATIVE Weekly iVewsrvaper Representatives, Inc. |M rm« AV^ New York 18 ( N. Y. ^ '»4i ml **i*»w»rM' <•• r,-i -f i ,.,..! *1C»IPTJO»! HATE8 IN KOSSUTH CO, "* * " * * !^yp*yr~, »T=J-T "vrsr , wr 'l Mi CITY A^COVNTY NEWSPAPER RATES ON REQUEST GOVERNOR SAV80 STATE $35 MILLION Grundy Center.,Reg!?|er j- The annual report fi*6' ; n? the S'fa'fe*'Scill"s"TcVx Commission shows Iowa sales tax the past year was $70 million. That wa's- of' frVe ; 2% ! sale's' fax ! rate'.' If the"s'ales tax hcfd' gdWe u'p' to 1 3'% as' fh'e Re'publtca'h ca'h- didate 1 for G6Ve'rno*r IWo gears' ago Warited It; the sales'tarf for t'he state woi/ld Wave be'en $35 million hijjheV.' . ...'.; .< '_' . Governor Loveless promised the sales .tax would remain at 2^ if he were elected. He won Ihe election & saved the state $35 million. Iowa people remember, which is one of the reasons all of the stcrte election polls show the Governor running far ahead of his opponent for the United States Senate. fo'fcjf scales* TO* for tfi'e-.yeqr ,in GruneT/. c|un'ty yjfgs' $40 / 00'6'. j If t)i'e ,ta'x ha'd |eer\ rqised t'o j^/O'r'unidy p'eo'pte" w*o'utd have'pa'icl $20,000* more in sales tax during the year. Th'e prediction was made ,by, those who L ^ -jt .» .1 A f£-^-x \ti ,* J.^f: f :^., 4X.C} -il ftrvtr* .V*'''/• .^l'- '•** sales tax increase OT 50" that the tered Octt -4. It was impossible foV anyone in the area lo know that a real blizzard would move in in slightly more than a month — Nov. 11, 1940. * All 1941 automobiles had been introduced by area dealers — nature lake care of this. I'm sure everything will work out. * * * . * DEAR DAN: I'm a young man of nearly 21 who has just completed his first enlistment in the Army. I really liked military service and would like to enlist again and maybe even make a career out of it. All my friends are laughing at me and my parents, especially my and judging by the siles record! father - sa >' s l should have ™ re a ™»ition than to just want lo be a fho now modoU worP 0 n?nP tn S ° ldiei '- The tr ° uble witn Dad is that he thinks a11 y° u do is P eel the new models weie going to potatoes and walk guard duty. S^trl fn-^/tM^n o, 1?" ° TherG ' S ^ ™ y 8 irl l ° COnsider ' ShG S ^ S if l ^ ^ *Z™> * industry. In less than a week, 1, can forget all about hei , With aU this essu * e rm ujndci . f probab ' ly had been sold right m Algona to won - t make a careoi . of the A bul don , t think £ j ^ persons living within the county. a n owe d to choose his own life's work? — Disappointed. A boxing team ,from St. Cecelia's Academv in Aluona team from WhUtemore scnlaffon Academy ThursdLv nisht The inuisaay nignt. me squad won two ma:cT.cs by technical knockouts, four by decision and one on a forfeit, while Whittemore took three decisions. Weight classes ranged from 80 Ibs. to 146. • -.- DEAR DISAPPOINTED: You've only goi one life to live and whether you live it for yourself or for your parcnls and friends is up to you. I don't wanl to sound disrespectful but your father is all wet. The days of a man running into the mililary service for room A] and board only are over. Perhpas your falher has forgotten but Ihe B a president of our Uniled Stales is a former Army career officer. say This is going to havc to be your decision entirely and all I can is to remember that it's your life to live. Farmers living in the Doan DEAR DAN: I'm a high school senior and clerk in a shoe store on Saturdays. I like the job okay but I don't like the attention the manager is alwzlys paying me, He's always calling me into the storeroom and Having me help him, even when there are a dozen people vicinity began talking seriously needing to be waited on. aboul switching to dial system The first time or 'two he acted real nice and just asked me telephones after a representa- personal queslions about myself and my family. The last couple of live of Northwestern Bell Tele- -weeks he's been telling me off-color stories and has mentioned more phone Co. talked to them one than once that I'm a cute girl. He's a married man and may be just evening at district four schooK flirting harmlessly but I'm getting worried*. What should I do? — A -committee of .three men began A Nice, Girl. inspecting present lines arid est'i- DEAR NICE GIRL: I think the lime'has come when your boss mating cost of necessary repairs' should be told you came to the store to work and not to be enter- in case the change was made taincd. Be nice about it but if lhal doesn't impress him, you'd lalcr. better quit.-the job. * * * While new -cars were selling well here, wedding licenses were moving pretty well, too. No less than eight couples had received licenses during the past week at the courthouse in Algona. * * * Algona high school's gridderi didn't fare too well at Webslefr. City Friday nignt, coming out "!,,_..„? „„„,. ..1 „ -, on the short end of a 48-0 con^ YOUB'TURN, MR. K. — Now- from 57 separate countries. How test. The Bulldogs, who won" where is the old saying "actions many outsiders, have been ad- their lirs't two games, hadn't Sp'cak louder than y/ords" put 1$ mitted-to similar installations in been able v to h" the victory's more severe tesl than in our Russia? These a'ie questions Mr column since and were expected dealings with Ihe Soviet Union. Khrushchev dare not answer, to lose to Eagle Grove this Fri- It's one thing for Mr. Khrushchev ,• ,,,. —0,77 day-night. '• to'./announce his'ihtentioris. BuJ; QUITTING TIME — It isnl Washington highlights •M O O C.pitml fry Kmy 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 4-2739 BOHANNON INSURANCE SERVICE 1 N. Dodge St. Ph. CY 4-4443 Home - Automobile - Farm Polio Insurance CHARLES D. PAXSOM 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 4-37.50. Lola Scuffham. Sec'y HERBST INS. AGENCY For Auto, House, Household fVjods, and Many Other fhone CY 4-3733 Ted S. Herbs* Iowa Farm Mutual Ins. Co. Affiliated with Farm Bureau Auto .(with: $10 Deductible) Life - Kail - Tractor Phone CY 4-3351 * HAROLD C. SUNDET -. Representing State Farm Ins. Co. 70(i So. Phillips. St. „ . , \ / ilgona Phone CY 4-2341 AUTO—LIFE—FIRE—HAIL DALE W. LpCKWOOD Representative The Equitable Life Assurance Society Of The United States Burt, Iowa Phone 201 Dr. William L. Clegg Chiropractor 521 E. State St. Hours: 9:00 — 6:00 thru Sat 9:00 — 9:00 Friday Ph. Off. CY 4-4677 R«i. CY 4-3464 DOCTORS ML'LV'N G. BOURNE. M. D. Physician & Surgeon 118 N. Moore St. Offiqe phone CY 4-2345 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 CY press 4-"4331 Residence kossnth Concert State of Jowq .would not be apl,e to pay its bills with d 2%'sale's tax income. The state ha's' paid' its bills and it has a larger cash balance in the treasury than it had when Loveless took over qs governor. ,' .•:. .*i . . . * > . * ^ A merry heart doelh good like a medicine. — Proverbs. whcn b it comes to carrying them easy to make a man resign his 6ut. . . thaVs another matter. The job but w'heni the White House burly .Russian talks about wa'ys gives th'6 Word what ddcs one o| e/ising^ world tensions and im- do? A nuniber pf . B'qpin^s'sjrjien' turns around tp jrj-. and otheV oolitica]^ app^fri'tees ' ' . crease' them. What most of the giver) jr^p'pftan{. jobs in gavgr'n- w\>rld fears, , of course, is a mi- nient are befri'| told n'or to'.try to clear war. The recoM 6'f where* st'a' on' b seein' iil' r CRAWFORD INSURANCE SERVICE Andy Crawford ! All Types Of Insurance., Office Phone CY «-2279 ? • « \-:t **.•;'» >V DENTISTS DR. KARL R. HOFFMAN Office in Home Federal Bldf. .., Office phone CY ' Here Oct. 29 clear war. The recoM 6'f whWe" s't'a'y' on' by sectfiYi'g' Civil' service this country stands is crystal protection if there is a change in Ed Gilmore, Algona, president- clear for all the world to see. administrations. To make sure of the Kossuth'' Community'-Con* Som'6" 6'f th'S' thlti'gs our delegates v they don't do' this the Wn'ite cert Association, has announced -to the recent international ato- House is sending them a sample the New York Concert Trio will mic energy conference in Aus- letter showing thenvhpw, to turn open the current sc|son Qdt. 29. tria had to s^y got lost' in the ir) .their resfgnatfons' to the' Pre•New families in the coiripiuni- storm of. headline news else- sidertt. ty wh'p Vvisft Jo join thp assocji- --where;-.So'.'they bear repeating^ DR.J. New Location On Corner Phone CY 4-«M JOSEPH M. ROONEY Physician & Surgeon , , 114 N. Moore Offic^ phone CY 4-2224 Resident phone CY 4-2232 JOHN M. SCHUTTER, MJ>. ..Phjrsician & Surgeon 220 No. Dodge, Algona Office phone CY 4-4490 .Resident phone CY 4-2335 OPTOMETRISTS DR. L. L. SNYDER . ' Optometrist 113 East Stale Algona Telephone CY 4-2711 Closed Salurday Afternoons ~Drt. 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. doled Saturday Afternoons DRV C. M. O'CONNOR Optometrist Visual Analysis Ac Visual Training 108 South Harlan Si (Home Federal Bldg.) PHONE CY 4-3743 Farm Manag«m«nt CarUon Farm Management Company N. Dodg« Ph. CY 4-2891 Hancock, Humboldt H f(i19uHi Countle* tion should contact Mrs N. M. here. We have trained over 1.200' YES, YOUR VOTE COUNTS Coughenour, secretary, or Mrs foreign scientists m our Atomic — The people wno are eligible "Inergy CQ^mpjion t .1:a.PiUtjpsi-jn. to ygtp jn J)je Noyer^ib^jj 1 ..ejsgtyjfj fem"6ersfup'entitles ticket".fiol- flifs country. Can the Russian.*; — but won't — actually have the dcrs to attend ppnqerts a\ Em-' rna^h that?, W«j have given 78 po\Yf>i; ,to ji^mj}, tlie next |*f«si- mclsburg, Esthqrvillc nnd Fort t%hni'c£^ Jfb'MnfS wajlr)^ , >vith dem-6| <Ji| t|nl|t^.fta'tei ynless. Dodge. 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