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M Upper D« Main* Thursday, qeteber 19, 1961 HELPING THE ENEMY? • '•'.' , ' ••* •' J * r .Discovery that the U.S. had sold jei fighters to Yugoslavia "to Help that stay free of Moscow's domination"Ms just ; another puzzle in fo'ddy's mixed'up V/dfld ptiwer; plays. If is hard for most of us to understand the reasoning involved, but It could be correct, Yugoslavia Is just another .Communist nation, but of a different breed — seemingly —'' than Russia. Yet we cannot help but wonder if selling such planes, even though classified as not the best or latest in jet fighters, Is anything but a mistake. The biggest surprise, however, is to find 'out that this all began last year, that Yugoslavia paid cash far the planes, and that they have men being trained to fly and service them in this Country — and it all happened without the people knowing anything about it until righ'f now. • ( The State Department seems to have had the main finger in the pie of negotiation on the deal which began while Ike was stilt president. NVell, Yugoslavia, at $10,000 a plane, got quite a bargain. ,• But It does seem as, though some of our top echelon transactions are taking place in a pretty semi-secret atmosphere. I * * * •STARTED A STORM The member of the Iowa State Liquor Commission who visited the bar rooms along the Mississippi river and found that they, were serv- ..,.. _,_. relieved of his cortlrriand of an otrfiy dlvlslbh. Biy in ,liie urwbaa*. wMfenff Socfeiy 1 fen a n i j i». 1 1 , f lf> El/tape,! ' I'^tne'thfrfg. that' „... was ,the general's directive 1 ling' the thought process of terjat from the Jdhn Birch "' This, Incidental!/, put tfm the map. •• t-J Military men, including the highest rank, are certainly entitled ,to fh6lr< OWn-beliefs, and membership ih 'any orgctrtf*|bAibris' they ' may choose so long as these are n6tContrary to good citizenship and the upholding of, thefr odfhS'to' preserve the country under the Constitutor*. But' GeherqJ'WalKeY had' fee'en : wanderlnd; rather far afield, it seems. The actual Incident that brought the 1 matter to fOirdtf^tlblrl Sr; the Department of Defense was'-the'- general's "Information program" slanted as he wanted it slanted/ ' „.• ' / v But it .seems that'the Defense Department should have acted earlier than it did. The gen; eral had been prevlouly cautioned about some of his actions and statements, including the labeling of former President Truman as "definitely pink." General Walker had violated all sorts of rules and regulations — Army regulations and the Federal Hatch act among them —/in his indoctrination program by suggesting to them how they should vote, for example. . President Eisenhower in his final message to the nation in that office, stressed "the necessity 'ortiused •;,««* we. _._.. s& the--risk involved! had,he continued. His father, was '. gone at the time, and 1, like you, did not know of-all. the rules govemiflg the streets, nor did I stop long .eHotigh. ,to f<tfsee the' dahger involved.- . H e W e V e *v through this experience the boy learned aftother phase 6f police :wOi-k.-Something that We hadft't •thought- 6f teaching him. Today He is very thankful, and he thiftks the police officer that .stopped him is right on the ballt Then you ask, how many of ed was" chocolate milk- He iftfeiWinf.ana.IaBalJRed Cress fif* flcllls HSd hbtlfieii.'hls base [so he wouldn't be hoftked for AWOL while in the hospital, * ' • ' .-*.,» , » ., Onfe Alffona, huBfeJ tfas war* h seems-'hfe'shot Weariesdayj then got iift they Were they could be our parents took an active part were - pretty > gooa. TWO Aigona in kidS'play? My folks did quite 1 Joys, Spencer- Shore and Keith a Bit of we played within HeW hftrtl Al***-. MJ* borhobd supervision of sonie kind, ¥e Were never left on our own^,And;we learned parental respect, 8 something that is hard- ;•---..-- - ---. ^rv • i-r L~ ly recognized anywhere these ™& them i 0 ., 6 ?*. *£ . touch ^;-~ " ^P 811 ? 6 ?'/ 1 "! 1 ?. eltl i l tf.founcl'jrkey, say you watched the ra6es, swans arid' not geese at au., .MV his friends ^enUghtette$^h7m they weren't snow geese (or any wild geese <at all) and they Weren't. sWans.'However} when Al|oha he "foufid'ouf what they'were"he M«f^&;« """iWi.""~A1rf,iA'~i»Ys;h REALLY 1 got "worried—for his Mewfman,^ both Atyonfc. high gamfe tajined ^t tol.be tame « eese - Some farmlt> was.'probably °" * he waf path, looking for the "huriter" (hah) that 'Shot his geese. * » « » »«.*«. j •*,.'•• . , ' temate SSS? & walgran e"d fSSShtoTtfoftita'S fSka "Would you mind moving do? 1 * SALES BOOKS — Upper Moines Pub. Co., Algona. , i. ' • , - I . ,. t I • ill* • IWIIIWIIMIIWIIIIIIIIUIWII i^icf an caaw 1 1 ic i i Ing liquor out of bottles purchased m lllmo.s of k |ng m|| . ro|?s - (n thejr p certainly started a storm. ; "\andwarnedthatanimrnehsemilitaryorganiza- After making his round of inipection he tjon a|| , ed w|fh arma ^ en >> ^ brought the matter to public attention in a state* merit lamenting that the bars were serving Illinois liquor instead of Iowa liquor; 1 ... Evidently'the legal aspect of this had not entered his mind. It is illegal in Iowa to sell liquor-by-the-drink regardless of whether it has an Iowa liquor stamp or an Illinois liquor stamp on me bottle. , This little gem did hot escape the notice of our citizenry, however, and the daily papers have been flooded with letters from citizens protesting the fact that liquor is being served at all. ''•-'•'.* So, the matter of liquor control continues to be a problem and the center of considerable public interest. And as time rolls on, sale of liquor-by-the-drink continues to' be no phenomena tn our state. There are very few towns or tjon a|| , ed w|fh ^ arma ^ en >> ^ has arisen and is yielding a tremendous influence at present. Mr Eisenhower should know. We respect our military leaders; and'should. We only hope they are not misled into abuse of their power, which seems to jiave been the trouble with General Walker. * * * CLOSED CIRCUIT T-V BATTLE Our readers have followed the battle over whether or not football games shall be presented over a closed circuit TV on the same afternoon and in the same area where such a showing will .damage live attendance at a competing game. • Editor Maury Crabbe of Eagle Grove is also a member of the State Board of Regents, governing body 'for all state schools, and because of I Wttt hi lib fan * * Highlights f$ dpitmt by Kmy recognize yoil n ^& Oct.' 10, ~ a „ .^-^v^.Kid supervisor. H.*""^",', B *f t L Ul • . . - , - accident's-do.••" • released here and six inchest in It ig not my intentions to dis- diameter when the Wisconsin credit go'carts, because my boy P 8 ,! 1 i 0 "™"; An <i ™?.W* °f loves them, tod. I, as a child, rode ba "°°n'Used for the flights were in many of them; but we did not ? rdln . arylu ^ ballpons—like you contend with the traffic then as buy in the 10 cent ? tore ^the children ^ do now. And 1 ' *, E ' * ' would like< to see these things Final orders for the closing of handled the right way and legal- th e CCd camp'at Bancroft had ly. Afterall drivers- of the go- be ?n received'by officials there, carts today will be the drivers of A " wor k ton projects was; slateo automobiles of tomorrow, and t° S *°P Oc*- 31 so the camp could th'ey must learn to respect the be closed i, the following day. law. Supervisors will teach this. Eight trudk loads ,of equipment ' . . , Let's say Happy birthday to the course, the staff has grown. Now They point out the little extras had . b,een shipped to Fort U. S. Patent Office which is cele- there are approximately 1,000 in life that parents may overlook. Moines a week'earlier, braling its, 125th anniversary this examiners who process some 81,- I hope this answers some of " week. 000 patent and 27,000 trademark ' your questions. The Patent Office has recorded applications, and protected the telegraph of ' —o—. Morse, the reaper of McCormick, Thomas Jefferson, probably the telephone of Bell, and 1 the more than any other President, incandescent lamp of Edison. was determined to encourage the It has also fostered the genius work of inventors. Surprisingly of Goodyear and Westin'ghousfe enough, Jefferson who was a and of Whitney and the Wright' top-flight inventor in his own STATE COLLEGE ARE DISCUSSED Republican women from five Very sincerely, counties met at the Hotel Algona Tuesday noon and planned strat- A Mother, egy for the forthcorn'ihg political , year. Two local women,; Mrs.; L.: G. Baker-and Mrs. T. ; C.. Hutchi-son, 'were:hostesses for the event. COSTS Brothers. Under the Patent right, never took out a patent. T 16 Editor . System , Jefferson's appreciation of • in- American industry has flourish- vention was one of his outstand- Algona, Iowa ed. New products have been in- ing characteristics. Fittingly, he Pear Sir: vented, new. uses for old ones ^ became the first supervisor of the One of mv discovered, and employment giv- patent office. . '» a vp mp en to millions. It has helped, a'. The patent office has no se- small struggling nation grow in- : crets. In the big to the :greatest industrial power where all. the patehts are kept on earth. , : anyone can check these records —6— -. . to determine just what is old The American Patent System Upper Des Moines from W ,. v, v.• •"" October 5, 1961 paper. The fol- ^search room ^ trta item ^.^d: 'We note your - reference to college costs. Some of Us have " '" " State A soldier froiri Camp Hahn. Cal., James Hbrst,; whose.- home was at St. Paul, was in good condition in ah'Algeria hospital following a pretty rugged'time here. Horst was hitch-hiking back, 'to camp from his home" where he had been 'on leave when he '* became very ill near Algona. He as rushed to the ^hospital and was discovered he had a very strep throat, .According to t W6'R6 PLAYING 1 FOLLOW.THE LEADER" SO NATURALLY WE'VE 60t tO FOLLOW A MILKTRUcK.FRdM CONSOLIDATED actually was launched in 1787 .at'the complexities involved it's Hnn T,HHrfrr?n• n.rt^*-"'* fho rnn«tit,iti^M=i r-^«,,ov,fi«^ sv,! », Q f* n -• *„ \, n ,. n „- i-_^A.-_a o.OOO. luition.for outstate stu- the Constitutional Convention in < better to have an experienced , §££ cities of any size in Iowa in whiqh, liquor-by^he- ( , tnis f act h is comments on the controversy be- drink is not sold, regardless of the illegality?The thing that makes it possible is the simple fact fhat there are customers who want it. If it wasn't for that, the laws would be effective. i . '. • . • * * * ' . . It is now suggested that if an explorer loses his way and has no compass, he can easily determine north or south by looking to see if the air conditioner ads are getting smaller or larger. * * * Some people finish their cars with lacquer and others with liquor. The latter is generally the more permanent. tomes tween Iowa State U. and KRNT theatre in Des ! Moines is interesting, and we present his remarks herewith: "We were very glad to have President Hilton of ISU stand pat and back up his athletic department on the closed circuit television controversy. "We think Gordon Chalmers, ISU director of athletics, has pulled some dumb stunts, public relations wise, during his short tenure as director of athletics at Iowa State and this later one is about as bad a fumble as one could make. "But the mistake was made and retreating from the Des Moines Register attack would have made a bigger mess of it. "The angle that of course isn't going to get 111 E. Call Street—Ph. CY 4-3535—Algona, Iowa an / publicity, state wide, is the fact that the Register owns KRNT theatre where the closed Second clan poitage paid at Algeria, Iowa, Issued Thursday in 1961 By THE UPPER DES MOINES PUBLISHING CO. R. B. WALLER, Editor & Publisher DON SMITH, News Editor MERLE PRATT, Advertising Mgr, JACK PURCELL, Foreman NATIONAL EDITORIAL NATIONAL REPRESENTATIVE Weekly Newspaper Representatives, Inc. 404 Fifth Ave., New York 18, N. Y. SUBSCRIPTION RATES IN KOSSUTH CO. One Year, In advance T . r S3.00 Both Algona papers, In combination, per year 15.00 Single Copies .- i *. lOc SUBSCRIPTION RATES OUTSIDE KOSSUTH One Year, in advance ,.,.,„.., 14.00 Both Algona papers in combination, one year 18.00 No subscription less than 8 months. OFFICIAL CITY AND COUNTY NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING RATES ON REQUEST circuit television program was to be held. The story never, in any newspaper man's mind, deserved two banners and column after column of front page space. And we doubt very much if it would have received that attention at the Register if KRNT had been owned, we will say, by WHO-TV. "We happen to know that President Hilton is as anxious to arrange an Iowa-Iowa State football game as any one in the state. He wants to achieve it first by producing a team that can play Iowa on even terms and then to have relations between the two schools such that the game can be played without a riot. "It looks as if they have accomplished the first objective already. But if Director Chalmers doesn't learn to keep still they never will achieve the second objective. This is the third of fourth serious blunder he has made and each one has moved the starting date of that game farther away. The Mike Cox incident and now the closed circuit TV incident have so infuriated some Iowa fans that it would take a regiment' of police to maintain order, and particularly if Iowa State should happen to clobber Iowa like they did the last time the two met". Philadelphia when. Congress Was < person along if yoU feel yoU have Slto^ costs aroln'd $65(TfS given the power "to promote the? a patenlable idea. , dormitory costs around $650, far progress of science and useful I, -o- . ' ' 1(?ss than Iowas state sch ° ol s- arts by securing for limited times | \ By the way, they're still oh; to authors and inventors the ex- j jxious for a perpetual motion ma- clusive c right to' " ' .-«..- — a schoo yea" taste and comfort --- : - ^ - to hit the spot as;far as their respectivt phihe; .Thousands have .tried, .but.- ntions." .. ^ f*6,,far none has succeeded. Whi ' ' w school has a 4- BA or new dormitories." Makes Three years later, 6n April 10, |.don't you try? 1790> President George Washing-! ton signed a bill which actually laid the foundation for this great patent system. —o— In all ihese. years the patent system has encouraged the genius of millions of inventors. It has protected the inventor by giving him an opportunity to profit from his labors, and it has Editors Desk benefited society by systematical- Algona Upper Des Moines ly recording every new invention j Algona Iowa and releasing it to the public af-1 ter the inventors limited rights; Sir: Re. to the "Another Mcddle- have expired. The Patent System is one of the ANOTHER MOTHER HAS COMMENTS some Adult". why Mankato State's costs, for example, are so much less than State College of Iowa, with about the same courses and curriculum. Basic difference of over $500 a school year. We noted your reference to the State College of Iowa and cannot help but wonder where your received your information. Our undergraduate tuition rate of $123 per semester amounts to $246 per year, which is $4 below the figure you listed for Mankato State. This tuition rate ap-. 'studtnts^'our "^'' Professional Directory '•">-* • •"-.'/• ...» . , , w < i supervision? You board rates are $640 per year, ask. which is $10 below the figure INSURANCE A. J. (Arnie) Ricklefs .' • . Hospitalization . Health & Accident k Life — Auto—Fire ->- Hail 2 E. State , CY 4-4529 ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY J. R. (Jim) KOLp Surety Bonds -—All Lines of Insurance CY 4-3176206 ,E. State Chiropractor ——-—--- — ,/-•••• ••• *u w**w vy* mv; _. ... j i, mi. i ....**.»» *^> if*u *si~t\j vv LUC ligulC strongest bulwarks of demo- Chlld f e " . necd u - T , he y are not you listed for Mankato State. The cratic government today. It of- taught fair play or love for fel- total cost for tuition, and room fers the same protection, the low m * n < tne y are . taught to get an d board at the State College of same opportunity, the same hope ° ut ^ e f e and win, no matter Iowa would therefore* be $H "less - how, just win! It is played up m than the comparable figures you 7 every phase of life there is, ex- quoted for Mankato State; rather - BLOSSOM INSURANCE AGENCY All Lines of Insurance Dr. D. D. Arnold Chiropractor . Over Penney's Office Phone— CY 4-3373 Hours: 9:00 — 5;00 ,, , Open Friday Night Monday — Wednesday — Fridaj Dr. William L. Clegg Chiropractor 521 E. State St. Hours: 0:00 — 6:00 thru Sat. 8:00 — 9:00 Friday Ph. Off. CY 4-4677 Res. CY 4-346J We are now living in a wonderful age.. The glue on envelopes no longer tastes like "ug" but like peppermint, wintergreen or cloves; aspirin comes in orggnge taste like cherries tastes like raspberry pop. in organge flavors and cough medicine iL» ,i,~..\~. there's even a sulfa that For over 160 years it has recog- c ?P tln S those things that are wis- than the $500 more per school nized, as it will continue to rcc- , y JUP 6 ^ 18 ™- year that you indicated, ognize, the inherent right of an Wn y Jsn>t ^ e cit y responsible Enclosed, is a card showing 5 N. Dodge Phone CY 4.4441 immnlxti. *« UI „ —. .11 fr\r* «i 11+ rt*w/-vl^i la n rt n I *4nn f e>9 tllltintl fttrtd Qi-i J imn»^ n«.J l_. _ „ J _* " ™ * ^ * ' "*^*^"O BOHANNON INSURANCE SERVICE inventor to his government's pro- automobile accidents? tuition fees and room and board tcction. The American patent Because each driver is. Each rates. If we can provide further system plays no favorites. It is owner carries his own insurance information, we shall be happy as democratic as the Constitution tnus protecting not only himself to do so. which gave it birth. but the Others involved, and they Sincerely yours, The fundamentals of the mod- must nave jt to use public streets. Howard Knutson ern patent system arc both sim- Do go-cart owners have such in- Assistant to the Dean of Instruc- pie and brief. In general, person who has invented new and useful process, machine, case °^ accidents someone usual- State College of Iowa any surance? That is, just in case the tion, and Director of the Summer any ^ ad should be in the wrong. In Session manufacture or composition ot lv is wron 6- matter may obtain a patent. As for bikes on sidewalks they —o— are recognized as means of trans- The system of numbering pat- portatibn and should be licensed Cedar Falls, Iowa Mary RADISH Ann Cleveringa 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. CY 4-3756. Lola Scuffham, Sec'y ents was begun with passage of and confined to roads. My two Orange City had a giant radish the Patent Act of 1836. Less than little girls were endangered con- that was grown on their farm. It -~ , ^»^ a week later Patent No. 1 was stantly enroute to school where weighed 3% pounds without the Goods, and Many Other Forms granted to Senator John Ruggles older b °y s would ride up behincj top and 12 pounds with the too ~" — ' of Maine for the invention of a them and hit them frqm behind ^_^._ • . . :' locomotive steam engine that wu *h their bikes and taunt them, •••••••••••••••••i would not slide on its tracks. *•=--.•----=•-. went to „ - „ from Illi- the last two years; this year the nois in 1849 for a device to help girls rjde their own bikes and go raise boats to get them over to another school. It wasn't al- shallow spots. The Congressman wa y s the same boys either, but Patent No. 6,469 young Congressman defying the girls to report them. a This took place quite frequently CEILING TILE was Abraham Lincoln. when we would contact the par- HERBST INS, AGENCY For Auto, House, Household Phone CY 4-3733 Ted S. Herbst farm Bureau Mutual Ins. Co. Affiliated with Farm Bureau Auto (with $10 Deductible) Life -, Hail - Tractor Phone CY 4-3351 Pqn. Sty-k, Mgr. DOCTORS MELVIN G. BOURNE, M. D, Physician & Surgeon 118 N. Moore St. Office phone CY 4-2345 Resident phone CY 4-227? 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 Proof of the Pudding . , .... Is In The Eating! . ,By the turn of the century only e *'ts they informed us that their about 630,000 patc-nts had been W 1 ' 6 Junior wouldn't do such a One of Algona's most successful retail businesses HAS NEVER MISSED A NEWSPAPER AD SINCE OPENING, 25 YEARS AGO. t And in the newspaper is the ONLY place he does advertise I The ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES Reaching 5,500 families each issue You don't have Jo be a H»ndy. issued. Since 1900,""the"number' thing. Would one call that public Andy * 9 d ° * *»«*«* J<* P* »BT has totaled more than 2,300,000 safety? Or what should we do? (tailing acoustical til* on an old But despite these figures the Let the bovs 8°' after all they ... ' „. • period between 1885 and 1900 were having FIJN. °r new ceding. W«U 1*11 you |h* continues to be regarded by most Why have little league games f«sy w»y and we'll a«i you Biuted historians as the "Golden Age of adult supervised? To keep out . J > J Ediso t01 Bc ThlS WaS - thC Cra ° f S?C ' al discrimination ' and the Tlghfc Fo? V»l«*W« »"«* helped transform America from don't recognize it until they are f»W»»f. C 9»nt in soon «n4 IM iht an agricultural to an industrial tpld of jt, and generally it is the manw n»u, A >.!»«. *.. nation and eventually to world parents that point it out. So the ' awtfiu lo» leadership. supervisor is there to set the W V9UI home, Vsf 9141 —o— children straight and see that B i an The patent system, has grown technical rules of the game are p considerably since 1836 when the fpUowed. entire Patent Office consisted What right has the chief of only of a commissioner, a chief police in this manner? He is here ntfc/lllff4%LI clerk, one patent examiner, two to protect the public, and your DlfUNdUN draftsmen and a messenger boy. boy is part of the public. He is t "* w * lww *» But it was probably adequate not denying the boy the right to since there were only 400 patent run his go-cart because of the applications filed that.year. fuja involved, but because of the , To4ay, more patent applica- clanger involved. We can be glaa tions uz'c xU^ci in a cin«i^, -j... •*!.„ » MA i. A .,« !,,,*„„,. w HAR,OM> c, Re VNDET DALE W, The Equitabl Societ}?'& The " " ' ~ CRAWFORD r« All Types 01 er Phone Farhi Manqgt menl SERVICE Hwy. }| in all of , single day Tve spoke up before soineone wag 1836. And, of injure^ or kiiltd iiiittad ol wait- JOHN M. SCHUTTER, M. D, Residence Phone CY 4-2335 DEAN F. KOOB, M. D. Residence Phone CY 4-4917 Physicians & Surgeons 220 No. Dodge, Algona Office Phone CY 4-4400 OPTOMETRISTS DH, L. L. SNYDEH Optometrist 113 East State Algona Telephone CY 4-37JI d Saturday Afternoons DT», SAWYER , § yes gs ontact Lemea »earta.«jM«* ei< DENTISTS

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