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»»,' i • Tu«day, January 23, PAGE WHERE IS THE STATE SURPLUS ? WHOSE BUSINESS IS IT ? Sideline observers will hot have to listen to fflueh W6rry about what to do with the state treasury ''surplus" in the coming year. yOl^n ^yernor Lby'eless took "office he had practically no state treasury surplus. By dint of conier'vative operation, and a willingness to say "her to numerous idl&tie suggestions of spending state funds, he was able to build the nonexistent surplus at the beginning 6f his term to something like 40 million dollars when he left office. ' In 1961. the State, of Iowa collected more tax money than in any previous year. It also approved a 'transfer of 30 million in "surplus" funds into the general fund so that the state surplus is now heading back from whence it came — the zero mark. The 1963 session of the state legislature will be forced 'to (1) reduce expenses, or (2) raise taxes iri various ways if it is to appropriate a financial total that keeps the state budget in balance. There isn't going to be another 30 million in surplus to fall back on in the future. The same administration which is responsible for this situation is going to ask reelection next November, We don't know how they will explain it, but let's not hear anything about the administration in Washington spending its way to reelection; looks as though we don't have to leave the state to find the same thing, and a different political party at that. '-.*** SWEET MYSTERY ON LIFE Our atomic submarine crews have discovered how to grow fresh vegetables while cruising far below the ocean's surface. The Vegetables are grown in hydrpponic garden kits, something l.ike a planter that looks like a flower window box. . . ..'.'' The seeds are planted in a chemical growth base and fluorescent .lights are kept on • them. Results: fresh vegetables. ' ^ • • •••" All that is fine. .' With the hue and cry that occasionally arises over this or that organization and its membership requirements, or its blackballing system, it was refreshing to read the comments of a Washington newspaperman who ''tit one time had been an applicant for membership in the Cosmos Club of Washington, but whose application was rejected. The Cosmos Club has been in the limelight because it failed to .act on an application from one member of the State Department staff. The , applicant, who happened to be colored, made quite a deal out of it and pfccourse the rejection was presented as a bias on the part of the club toward that race. • ^ The reporter, who was white, was also Dejected. He never did find out the reason. But his comments are worth noting. , > . . • He points out that It is entirely the',business of any group as to who it may wish as a new member. There is nothing that compels any club or organization or fraternity to take anyone tha applies. The rejected reporter, in fact, was no at all crestfallen, and freely conceded that club should have a right to select those it prefers for membership. There are times' when it looks as though all this furore over memberships in this and that is created by persons with inferiority complexes. To them, admission to membership is a way of soothing the inferiority; to be rejected just irritates the complex. Most of us would not care to belong to a group which didn't want us. And there are BUI Pact* of Ptaffi Greek town- ip proved to be tM'to|orn, grower In .Kosfeuth cow '&iHttg 1941. His yield 6f 186,63 bushels per. acre bested all'oilier'^fifties Tn the county -contest- snd-plftdfct' him.neM the qfrlh ttf state., ifis yield was fifth in the national contest. He - was ' pre&eiitea with 1 a W : school's basketball Eagle Grove, 42-23, schoil ,gym Friday t ;Nichols .got 14 \ fyilT-lO for the " -,.™- TO the; sports froatj Gft$ ibowlifig team teal- it 'and trioted back into .1 in ,th$- bowling league ' enough organizations in existence so if at first you don't succeed, it is almost a certainty that if y.ou try, try again, you will. HOW NOT TO DO IT! Milwaukee Journal — One of the major political parties has come up with a, brochure teU ling newly elected congressmen how to handle Now if only we could convince the automo- |>ile manufacturers to let us have'back the old- fashioned'dashboard choke instead of the automatic ones that; either give too much or too little gas — to pass up some of the chrome and give us windshield wipers that work, and clocks that continue to tell time after six months — and the old hand controls for moving seats forward and backward instead of the electrical devices .Ijjat quit fpreyerv after a year —..ad that start in co/cfUveafher—• welf/We'i jjjg REAL progress. mail from their constituents. Leroy Collins, former governor' of Florida'arid president of the National Association of Broadcasters, told about it the other day. He didn't name the party out he was understandably horrified by the brochure. • The "average voter," the brochure said, is; "uninformed" and has "no idea what the issues are." Yet it is important to answer mail from irjW, , hirn "because hardly anything is more import- "Tell ^ \\ ' • ' f } Mrs. M$l,P.cfe'rlon, wife of tiff Commander 'Men Peterson, was living at Honolulu when'. Japanese attached* fearT'HarW, iy got arrived" in Ahjdflfl .to/lfve with hef, cbntenl parents, .Mr^iifttf Mtrp. CV#. Mu*r- ,at & tagh, perl^j'fentire- .dur&tion of 'img Mell 0LatG0 V» —» «._p ,.!••»•,, VfWVVtW Ml WV other relativiSS ,6f, imilitary nfen . •' ';,»;; ,«/ • living in Hawaii. A complete re- Movies slated to show here dur- port of the trip and. some of her ing the .week at Algdna's theaters experiences-appeared on the front included "Babes,\0n Broadway", page of the UDM — and proved with Mickey' Rooriey and Judy very interestfofc.- •< , garland}' "Hay Foot'', with James '• -i M» ' " 4, ,-Gleason, Elyse- Knox and Noah '" oj Mr. ahd'»^/^V'»fc^ , Algona, did real well in' the North Iowa Dis- «->. _ • \•> t . >v trict Golden Gloyes Tournament Alqonan Joins N at Forest City Saturday night. He . . ft v t won the 175 Ib. championship'with Richard Allen Crail, 19, husband a technical knockout over George °' Diana Kay* Crail, Algona, has Smith of BelmohdYin the finals .enlisted In the Tjf. S.'WaVy and has' and then was entered in the state J* 8611 transferred to,the U; S. NaVal contest at Des Moines. He didn't Draining CenJer,->San Diego, 'Cat fare as well at Des Moines and " ornia for nine: weeks'of recruit got knocked out iri ,the firfet round training id a three year enlistment. We are a •Nation of economic in the high schools. They are be- of his opening match. Local box- f«r one tree* k was & great $W tript" jvashinfrton '"'.• '-•'•: m C7 t • * * highlights *'*. AWeekfy Reportjrom Ctpitml by Rmy HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASS'N ALGONA, IOWA . Making Your, City A' Better ( Place 'To Live,' ,Work and Raise A Family. dopes. ing used in some 2,200 schools ing fans thought Clyde had quite a This may strike you as a shock- "with a total enrollment of almost future in the ring/ ing statement. It was intended to. &' million students. The Council » * •' What we are saying here is that hopes ultimately to reach a poten- Sixteen men, including two vbl- the vast majority of the American. tlal 15,000 high';schools with an en- unteers, left Algona for induction people are ill-prepared tb under- rollment of 2.5 million students. • • . - - _ stand the difference between cap- • '.-•' » italism and communism despite 1 Opinion. Research Corporation the fact we are in a life and .death had this to say recently: "Fresh- fiBS^ mak- antijfhan getting One heading ;;jn the brochure "says:: Writer Everything But That You Disagree." It's The people who shore never keep them- easy to answer letters, it is explained, if you selves awake'long enough'to know how their' agree with the: wrife'r in his advocacy or condemnation of legislation — just tell him so. But if you disagree with correspondents, "don't t'ell them." "If you do", continues the brochure, "then just as fast as the mailman can scurry to your district and back, you will have a 10-page reply proving each of your reasons completely wrong. Ihe ending paragraph will be a threat to work against you in the next campaign unless you change your position." The subject is closed with this cynical bit: "The nicest thing about Mr. Average is that he snore sounds. And none of the snorers ever ad- rnit that they gre guilty. * * * Another primary is less than a half year away and the political ball will soon start to .roll again. Candidates and probable candidates are thinking it over and they will soon be ready to announce their decision. into the armed forces from/ Kossuth county during the week. 9 ^ '• * -.' - .,, - Because of .war conditions, the struggle with those who believe in ;men entering college know so lit- u. S. Weather Bureau had order-' the latter. 'tie about economics that it is e d that all weather reports, whe- Behind this very serious short- doubtful the college can be ex- ther local or state, .could not be coming is a simple explanation: pected to do the job alone: some published'until at least seven days' Americans know little or nothing ' work a ' high school level is al- had passed. It was noted in the about economics. And to know most essential." weather story on page one that nothing about economics is to Or consider these words from such official data would be at tnpw nothing about either capital^ an editorial in a-Washington news- least a'week old frpm now on—or; sm of communism. " paper: "One need riot .beLa Marx- until the ruling was changed. Tern* * * „ jst to believe that many of the perature marks were for the per- Sprae startling facts about the issues facing the citizens .of a iod from Jan; 12-19 and the high seriousness df this problem are democracy have a strong econo-^or that period . was 41 degrees ; >ince we, find that .something is }ielp~~ About ."one .half "of today's ter, .compared to the 1961-62 frig- being done to correct it. . ! : r high school graduates go to col- id months. , . *,*- •••*•.- * • «i,legeiand most of these do not < *,; r * • In the United States today lessjstudy economics when they get Market,prices dropped'slightly man-five percent of ajl •students, l .there." in'this area during the week. .^SSS-S m ™& S c N^ ; WJll4Fe>,i -" * • • flea^r butchers. 200-240 Ibs., and &&f ,even on^:^e^ot:^^^A, B ^aMe^lt a> large groiip^pacHhg-soWs, 270-330 Ibs., topped nomics. Expressed "another way^stockholders^disturbing. Only at $10.20; veal calves brought $11; this means that 95 percent of the,a,third were able to define capi- choice sheep, $11.75;' no. 2 new American people know absolutely fr talism with any degree of accur- white corn,'78 cents; no. 2 new nothing about this all-important acy. Even a lesser number had yellow com, 71 cents; no. 2 new matter, with the remaining few any definite idea of what social- mixed corn, 70% cents; 27 Ib. test „ „ i j .r i ._ m means white oats, 48 cents; no. 2 yellow Perhaps it is not too late but soybeans, $1.80; no. 3 barley, 50 It is not inexcusable thatAmeri- we cannot continue to drag our cents; premium eggs, 32 cents; cans aren't experts on the subject feet. We must close this vital gap sweet cream, 37 cents; and hens 6LAKE FUNERAL HOMES PORWITH RENWICK HOMES AT , LuVERNE WESLEY TITONKA ALLEN J. BLAKE, DIRECTOR 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE , ' OXYGEN EQUIPPED r RADIO CONTROLLED PHONE'-TU 2-3322 (collecj) LuVerne (Home Office) CS 111 E. Call Street—Ph. CY 4-3535—Algona, Iowa seldom finds out which way you voted)" _ Second clan poilage paid it Algona, Iowa Issued Tuesday in 1962 By THE UPPER PES MOINES PUBLISHING CO. R. B. WALLER, Editor & Publisher DON SMITH, News Editor MERLE PRATT, Advertising Mgr JACK PURCELL. Foreman ' NATIONAL fDITORIAt |AI~ NATIONAL REPRESENTATIVE American Jtewspaper Representatives, Inc. 404 Fifth Ave., Now York 18, N. Y. SUBSCRIPTION RATES IN TRADE AREA g n . c . Y . e ,» r ' *" advat\p« .......... _ ............ ______ $4.00 Both AlRona papers, in combinalion, per year $6 00 §mgle Copies ..... ...... ______________ '..__. ____ ~~~ ioc SUBSCBJPTJOW BATES OUTSIDE AREA One Year, in advance ....... ___________ ..... _ ..... $500 Both Algona papers, in combination, per year $7 00 JS'o subscription less than b mouths. PFFIQJAL CITY AND COUNTY NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING RATES ON REQUEST If a congressman plays his constituents for suckers in such a fashion and a political party advocates it, the citizen has good reason to question the integrity of politicians. AN UNFAIR PENALTY? Grundy Register - The Post Office Department has been imposing an unfair penalty on newspaper publication in requiring the papers to pay for notice of a change of address of the subscriber. The subscriber who requires a change of address should notify the publication in advance or be made to pay the post office charge for the change. This unfair penalty was doubled after the first of the year. It is now 10 cents for every such notice which the publishers have to pay. When a publication has to pay for several hundred such notices during the year, it runs into an important item. The Iowa Legionnaire is printed in The Grundy Register office. Al Faber, editor of The Legionnaire, estimates that this increased penalty wijl cost that publication $75.00 a month. While The Grundy Register receives fewer such change of address notices, the total for the year runs into a substantial amount. The charge for change of address notices is an unfair penalty the Post Office Department is imposing against newspaper publications. If the Deportment considers such p penalty justified, they should make it against the subscriber who can avoid payment of the penalty by supplying the publication with a change of address. THOROUGH COVERAGE OF THE ENTIRE TRAPE AREA IN A FAMILY-READ COUNTY PAPER "INTELLIGENT, PLANNED, BUDGETED NEWSPAPE* ADVERTISING IS NOT A GAMBLE, IT IS BUSINESS INSURANCE, A BUSINESS STIMULATOR, AND A PROFIT BUILDfR" - Jphn THE ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES KQSSUTH COUNTY'S FAVORITE NEWSPAPER FAMIUE5 •+ ., 'f Professional Directory!! : • '*, , ^' ,/ tf< / 2 * $ ,* 4. *'i, £lj a? J|« • 1' INSURANCE having only some kind of casual ism means, acquaintence with it. of communism, but it is under- and "quickly, standable. But to realize that we have so little understanding of our own capitalist system completely defies explanation. Let us not think for a moment that this is'the case in a 'communist country where both systems are studied with great intensity. over 5 Ibs., 17% cents. A. J. (Arnie) Hicklefs Hospitalization Health & Accident Life — Auto — Fire — Hail 2 E. State CY 4-4529 You Can Address Questions To Him At BOX 66 KALISPELL, MONTANA ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY J. R. (Jim) KOLP Surety Bonds — All Lines of Insurance CY 4-3176 ' 208 E. State BLOSSOM INSURANCE AGENCY All Lines of Insurance Automobile - Furniture Loan 7 N. Dodge Phone CY 4-2735 We have a habit in this country of learning the hard way. In other fo^w'e act ^ l ° ** ^^ ^ De » r D . an: Last week l asked this ver y nice J unior b °y l know to be „ „ ' , my Valentine's Day date for the big dance and he accepted. I didn't Recall what happened when tiic think he would because I'm not really cute and I know just about any Hussians launched their Sputnik in girl at school would love to have him take her out. I was on Cloud Nine 5 N Dodge Phone CY 4-4443 19a7. There was a great hue and all last week and then it happened. Today my best friend told me she ~ cry in this country over the short- knows for a fact that-this boy has also accepted an invitation to the BOHANNON INSURANCE SERVICE age of engineers and scientists. So same dance from another girl at school. I know my friend wouldn't lie to me so I can only hope she's mis- Home - Automobile - Farm Polio Insurance we acted. Today, American colleges and universities are turning taken. If she is mistaken, I would only be embarrassed if I asked the out engineers and scientists in boy but if she isn't, I'm going to feel like a fool if he doesn't go with even greater numbers. As a result me. What should I do ? — Donna B. • Pear Donna: Ask your girl friend if she'll really stick her neck out for, you. Have her tell the boy she's heard he's supposed to be going to: tiie dance with you and with another girl and as a friend of yours, you're Hut the economic illiteracy" of interested to know what the true story might be. Your friend can pro- IP fAArtnlA llQC f OlO/i/4 l-« rtxyll.. _ .-•**_ »*.__! L *.!_ I . * ' I A it L __'ll ' ._ _ 1 • *«> this situation has improved considerably. CHARLES D. PAXSON Dwelling, Auto, Liability, Life, General •Phone CY 4-4512 cur people has raised hardly a KOSSUTH MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION Over $74,000,000 worth of in- find out everything from what the boy will say and from his surance »9 whisper. There has been no dra- actions. niatic blow to our national pride ! ' . * * * to induce action. However, the '. - pear Dan: I'm Catholic and it seems everytime I get invited to din- price we pay for neglecting this ner at my girl's house, it's on a Friday and they Jjave meat. As you area of knowledge can be just as may knpw, Catholics, dpn't eat meat on Friday. I've been telling my devastating. gj r i' S parents I'm not very hungry and skip the meat but'l always tee) This is -the dark side of the pic- a Mttte guilty about this. Should I go ahead and tell them the truth ? »* CY 4-3758. . Lola Scuffham, See'y HERBST INS. AGENCY For Au^o, House, Hpusehold Goods, and Many Other Forms. Phone CY 4-3733 Ted S. Herbs! beginning of some kind of action pear Fish Eater; If the parents were on the bajl, they would have to eliminate this "economic illiter- asked their daughter a long time ago what religion you followed and Hnowiog so, they wouldn't be offering you meat on Friday. You have * ' nothing to apologize for but you should explain. ' * * * acy. Atfiliated wjth farm Bureau Auto (with $10 Deductible) Life - Getting underway in some of Ihc Nation's high schools at this time is a relatively new program de- pan: Is it natural for a boy to write letters to his girl and tell her in writing how much he likes her but never say a word when they're HAROLD C. SUNDET flepresenting , Stato farm fe. Op, 700 tio. Phillips St. Algona . . Phone CY 4 Chiropractor Or. D. O. Arnold Chiropractor Over Penney's Office Phone. — CY 4-3373 : Hours: 9:00 —f'5:00' • ;Open B^iday Night Monday—Wednesday—Friday 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 Res. CY 4-3469 DOCTORS u. BOURNE, M. Physician & Surgeon 118 N. Moore St, Office phone CY 4-2345 Resident phone CY 4-2277 J, N. KENEFICK. M. P. • Physician & Surgeoa 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 ' JOHN M. SCHUTTEB, M, O, Residence Pnon^ CV 4-2335 DEAN F. KOOB, M, D. Residence Phone CY 4-4917 Physicians & 'Surgeons 220 NQ. Podge, Algona Office Phone CY 4**49Q Algona Optometrist 113 East Statf Telephone |QY 4-271| Behind this noble effort is the Counyil for Advancement of Sec- Education which is aS " in economics especially tailored to the needs and capacities of senior high school students. Already, three books have been Your boy friend finds it easier to put • hjs thoughts about you when he's alone and rather than criticize the poor guy or wonder about him, recognize the fact that for now he's us" f lug this method to tell you how he feels '" jle'U make with the words as h^ grgws braver and more sure of DALE W. LQCKWOQP The £quuabte~Life Assurance Society Of The Umtt>4 States Phoj Burt, Iowa done 201 pear Pan: You always hear about sisters (jgfttjflg because published for use in this new pro- will borrow the other's clothes but what about brothers ? My brother gram and two more will soon be is iw» yiears youngej than, I am feut hf w*ars the same size, | do and planatpry: "American Capitalism: J W& to PUt on my suit, H wa$ gonp - gfpjLherlR§y§ fe§d jt. I'm ^ Ptttng INSUBANCB VICE Andy Crawford All Types Pf Insurance Office Phone CY 4-2279 released. The titles are self-explanatpry: "American Capitalism- An Introduction for zens," "Capitalism Economic Systems," and "Money and Banking in the American Economy. * * * • / W wt' ftud uJ J4v Liiil itliuui year owe Him its m i wksflf these three books were distributed ,,_ to put on my suit, H wa$ gonp - Bfplher 13§y§ J»iJ jt. I'm getting Young citi- sm $ th'S b"t I don't want to cause trouble jpound flue housf. and Other §W d l &? *MW the Jajy wte» my father isn't ar<B«id ? -p. B. g. pear B. B.: Don't be so stingy with your clothes, especially if you're out wprfeing #i4 yaur brother isn't. However, lay down the law strong eaough £9 f&t yowg brother will know before he borrows anything, eyejn* We or a feandkerchief, he is to ask your okay. That's not being "" arid jyf Kg pan'J: dp jhig, tell hjVn np ^inttiotr Farm Managemen! Compimy 12 Ms N Dodge Dr». SAWYER and E|UCKSO|| Eyes JSxaminMiT r Contact J^e Hearing Aid t) east stale Algona, Iowa p.ro, Closed PR, g^j Visual Anaylsis & Vjsual Training 108 South Harlan St, (Home Federal Bldg.) DENTISTS Office phone CY 4-4341 DR. J. B. HARRIS, JR, PfiflH. CY

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