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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 13, 1962
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THE MONEY GOES ast UsiHftefo drTe-lialf of the fofal SxperidlfUrei of »h% U:S. Dipt, df Agriculture are 'cdfjKWete'd with a&rfhtftOKdl jirice, Incb'me Stabilization 'emM sftrMe eb'ifs. The larger portion 906* for Warty 8W*r aiv¥r*ffled activities, deluding a part af euY 'Sfterfi fa ke^p friends and Influence ^eepl6 fcfourid the world - Chiefly with food Ih this' instance. fhe eotllne Illustration below give* ybii the •> ameon'tJ itJf what gates were. - ie "feoa"for pea<fe" pj^j6n of the exbIM i. :-,.'. J* J.. ,-»tt-.. Jt li-lii>..!__ lUk «d«lF tKe "feaa"fbr peafe" peftl6rt of the exfae dltures is part df durrpolicy cffUqUferlrtg the-fM World against >eafHrfWriisrn, ' ; ', ' { , ; . ,. j 1 1* • ••• •<' -"'^'^-' pdrfifeutar ourselves In'the .Learis for rural and farm activities ar6 "'fddrfs" bnd not connected with farm storage or crop Poising. Cdnservdtiar| ,brid,forestry,we all Un*der"4f8fhd, but perhaps not all Of* ui knew that , It'Is a furretian of the U.S.D.A. • There seems to be no major disagreement trjdf there is a need for shrinking the size of the national farfn plant for the next few years to brirjg supply and demand into balance. But | dorft jdft anyone tell you that "the farmer gets >' ;tt 1bll''twhen It comes to the cost of running the /u.'sirf.f; 11_ xpindnufes by mofot purpo* Research, education, rnarketlng & >• regiilatory actiVitiis :' $362 million-^ Loans for rval community & farm facilities & operations $205 million Conservation & forestry $551 million *3 G.O.P. CHOICES ^ Iowa Falls Citizen — Nationally the democrats are "sitting pretty." -There is no divided ^leadership. They are united bark of Kennedy ^leadership. Not since Roosevelt has any Presi- 'dent had such united support from members of -his own party. Kennedy is already assured of ,renomination in 1964. j The republican leadership has never been "less sure of their next presidential candidate. (.-They have several -possibilities, Biif'^norie" of *them seem to have what it takes to assure d ''chance for victory. Former Vice President Nixon, when he lost "his first chance, has one strike on him. If he should be defeated for Governor of California, ,he would be down and out politically. Doroatic food a$sist ance $688 million , Food for peace and related /programs ?1,542 million Agricultural price and inconu stabilization J2,960 railfion 111 E. Call Street— Ph. CY 4-3535— Algona, Iowa Second clau postage paid at Algona, Iowa Issued Tuesday in 1962 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 HEPRESENTATIVE American Newspaper Representatives, Inc. 404 Fifth Ave., New York 18, N. Y. SUBSCRIPTION HATES IN TRADE AREA One Year, In advance S4.00 Both Algo^a papers, in combination, per year _„.$6.00 Single Copies lOc SUBSCRIPTION RATES OUTSIDE AREA One Year, in advance __, . $5.00 Both Algona papers, in combination, per year J7.00 Nu subscription less Hum 6 months. OFFICIAL CITY AND COUNTY NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING RATES ON REQUEST Barry Goldwater is making a strong appeal and wins most generous applause, but he is a conservative and it has been proved that a conservative is not popular on election days. Governor Rockfeller looked liked the No. 1 choice up to a few months ago until scandal broke out in his family. The American voters' have never chosen a man for President whose wife no longer'chose to live with him. This family scandal may defeat him for re-election as Governor of New York. ~ The uncertainty of the. GOP presidential possibilities has brought out a new candidate from Michigan. also a candidate for Governor, and if he should be defeated in November, this would put em end to his future political ambitions. If.three of the presidential possibilities were defeated in races for governor, the field would be left to Senator Goldwater, and Goldwater and Kennedy as candidates in 1964, would assure us of a spectacular if not a close race. * * * PEACE OF MIND Today many of our ministers, popular writers, psychologists and teachers are urging tranquillity. The medical profession, with the help of the laboratory scientists, is using tranquilizing drugs to help achieve "peace of mind." Why is this need so great today? Physicians in general practice often estimate that over 80 per cent of their patients do not have organic disease. Their troubles are physical disturbances based on emotional upset. Doctors also realize that many mental disturbances also are based on emotional upheaval. The human body reacts as a whole to external or environmental happenings. If a person is worried, his appetite fails, his digestion becomes poor and he doesn't think well. Together these develop an abnormal upset of the nervous system. Sudden fright will cause you to feel this way. These same symptons will occur, though more insidiously, with mental and emotional unease. Pills will not achieve tranquillity or peace of mind. The only way to achieve this is to order our lives and our behavior so that irresponsible impulses will not affect our nervous system. This is not an easy task in these times of many stresses and strains. It must be expected that there will be a certain amount of emotional upheave! with resultant troubles in our physical and mental behavior patterns. And, if these stresses, become greater than a person can bear, it becomes imperative that he seek help. «'Don't worry dbotrt ybt» Work at the ofeife —flfe bos* can't find 6ut what you were doing 1" FROM ALG6NA '(*» Page one of the I/DM two pictures of John Lemsch a local barber), who Hl'd enlisted in the U.S. Navy. The ph'btos 1 showed John, who was quite well known as an amateur. Aagician, Overrti^'hidiSeefi ft ofAigWt^ea* the death .ef.fMayor "~ — -•--* — n j vei ,.__ slftcp his grad- ; , college.<;,, -, . ;.,i , *. '• * •Dick •Keeity .jioptilar> Algoha stng* er jatid tausician, *wal W be fea* tufeo" wttft WCofi Coflege military band durihg that (frgalilzatBn's ' •-••-- A .tenor,'tilck s soloist with :6iiC'ai6o con- Best way to carve a tombstone ift.traifle; DISCOUNT on car insurance ! 'with' STATE FARM J'l u . V=T ( ^ ; Washington E. McAlaney of the navy recruit- w w;uvo.uuij'w.«. ».- »"^ —• ing office. The-dttief tied-Lentscfh Ft. Bennirfg, Ga. He.was to,repor| tightly with'Morig'length of rope, Apr. 2 and was slated to serve for using many of fee navy's best the duration of the -war., Capt knol. John got otft of the entangle. Danson^^ok a^?^«^ ie had-been a lawyer here> years and planned to U1C JLCUlUlb^Aa ll\iWW*\» &>-•. «*•- -.— - - f . ;* •';-, less time than it took to tie him close his, office. The heroic deeds of Col.'Johii attract .the weaker fir uiialined na- up — and he did It. (How much Glenn are now part of American tions of the world. There is a cer- wa s the bet, John') . = ,One of the funniest movies of history, never to be erased by, tain persuasiveness, which goes » * ' ' , . a " , timd '. ^ffJ 50 ?? A^? time or more spectacular achtevei with such successes. '••'• Andy Kromlnga of Titonka set slated to show durttig the*week at ment ^,: , . •! * the tongues of area bowlers wag- the New Call meater; Besides What we Americans have "seen Although the United States still ging when he flipped lines, of 227, Qlsen and Johnson, who, were, a unfold in this dramatic epic of trails the Russians In the s£ace 226 and 234, for a 687 series total smash,hit everywhere their.stage £bm"fi«ny.Wy ppi«ii your stati Farm bravery may have pushed into the* effort we did enjoy a propaganda in the bowling league at'Barrys' production .showed, Martha Baye, ."family ln*flrince M»n" todayi . • " .1 * i - . ,1 . _ _. .- . _ T .. ...« .• .. .*••«-• J-. i • _i • . i.t_« ...Anl* T* «**n«i «\**^\nonlf> TTtfrtVi TJn»«r Farm now offers even lower rile* for farmers! You get a 30% dlicount on car Insurance with State Farm. And you bet fasi'cfalrW'iervtce at home or away from State Farm's, 9,000 agents and claim representatives coast to coast. That's why more working farmers Insure their .ears, with State Farm than with any other . , • * ,i* t *• shadows the, true value fine man's contribution UibU VUG CiiUl L WC U1U CliJUJ a J/4 vt/w&Mllv*** «- ,»..— ~- w «- . . - . » - - - ^ of this advantage as a result of the Glenn during was probably Hugh .Herbert, Mischa Auer, Jane ^ : to his mission: Th3 whole world knew ^the highest three-game?total ?in|Vazee:iand Robert Paige,- were UADOID SUNDET ared. It was the craziest show nMUWLU OUINUCI Above all, we must recognize that nothing was . concealed; it history here (until 1942) mere fact that the United States' Dave Long, of Long's „ ,, Studio a Mr. ove a, we mus recnze mere ac a e . that we were given a hero wheri W as willing to gamble on the here was one of the winners in acters. Another top-flight ' the United States desperately chance that Col. Glenn's space the National Photographers' Ex- comhig to^w ^ g the past craft could have exploded On the hibit, held in Kansas City Mar. 8- BrotheYs^ Witt JD:o^l as needed a hero.'During me yost craic coma nave expiuucu UH me iu>«i., «>-•— «• —•— — j * f*"^'— '?••" .",~~" vi"*"^?~~ ~;~'7-' decade or so we have suffered launching pad, this drew admifa- 10. More than 200 prints wefe Banks, Jr. in a dual role, and to great loss of prestige, either ; real tion and respect throughout the shown and Mr. Long was, awarded follow that one-was "I-Wake Up or imagined. It has never been So world. two blue ribbons for'his photos, Scfe|m}ng" ^it^^Betty Grable, - - " WU11U -. ,.,:... "The Pioneer" and "Whiter". VieWr Mature "arid Carole Lfindis. in the long history of our Nation; Col. Glenn came along at .the right time. .'•"" But even more than this he has inspired the youth of America — those who in a few years must follow in his steps and lead the United States to greater glories in the vast unknown of outer space: j ;j • * • • t l did; not appreciate this unttln ^little'boy — my own — said to"' me, "Daddy, I'd like to go to the- Moon." The way he said it I knew that those long miles into the'' heavens were just a short way. down the street. He is only nine and distance, time and space pose no problems. No one can convince him that the Moon, Mars and Venus are out of his reach. In another year, when Lindberg crossed the Atlantic alone, no one could tell his father that man in his lifetime would not fly past the speed of sound and perhaps even build a machine that would orbit around the earth. S. Phillips 4-2341 STATE FARM Th« Ciriful Drlvtfi (and «irt(ul buycr't) Cir Insunhc* SUt« Firm Mutual Automobile Insunnte Company Komi Ofllci: Bloomlngten, Illlnolt p.60130 , We have enjoyed three successful manned space flights. Even Leighton Misbach, then a lieu- You Can Address Questions To Him At BOX 66 KALISPELL, . MONTANA Professional Directory INSURANCE Dear Dan: Ever since my boy friend and I started going steady two months ago, he's been a changed person. I don't mean he's gotten h or anything like that but he has been insulting at times. He aefin- y takes me for granted, shows up late for dates, sometimes not at and when he doesn't show up, he tells me the next day he was busy., •A. J. (Atnip) Rlckleb Hospitalization ' Health & Accident Life — Auto — Fire — Hail 2 E. State CY 4-4529 „ „ ..3 used to be either. When we first start-; be counted on to always look like a handsome movie sfar'b'utTately it's been jeans and a sport jacket. -.',•'„' Does it always happen this way when a girl and a boy go steady ? This is my first experience at steady dating even though I'm nearly Dear Concerned: Your boy friend has the attitude, "Well, she's mine and I can do as I please with her and to her." It goes without ,. u . ..... . ... saying you two shouldn't be going steady. Perhaps If you tell him you Much as he would like he will ^ y break up or at the V ery least explain how you feel, he'll become that "handsome movie star" again. Most steadies, by the way, stay ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY J. R. (Jim) KOLP : Surety Bonds — All Lines of Insurance CY 4-3176 206 E. State not be the first man to reach the Moon. He is too young. If the time- nn thp Kall table is correct we'll have a man on ine ' on the Moon In 1970, perhaps sooner. So he would only be 17. BLOSSOM INSURANCE AGENCY All Lines of insurance - , Automobile - Furniture Loan 7 N. Dodge . Phone CY 4-2735, BOHANNON INSURANCE SERVICE Polio Insurance CHARLES D. PAXSON Dwelling, Auto, Liability, Life, General Phone CY 4-4512 •Dear Dan: How does a girl tell a boy she still likes him but wants 5 N. Dodge Phone CY 4-4443 to quit going steady during summer vacation and then start .going Home - Automobile - Farm By then orbital travel will be old &tea1dy again wnen sc hool begins in the fall ? at. Very likely we will have pas- j^y boy friend has a full-time summer job and I hate the thoughts enger planes that can zip coast- O f s jttine home on a lot of the days when I could be out swimming 1 with o-coast in an hour, travel from a mixed crowd and perhaps with a date. Is there a 'tactful way 1 can York to Paris in two. The su g ge st this arrangement ? —Dora, world will have shrunk some more. j> e ^r Dora: If there's a tactful way, I'm surt I don t know it. « • * You wa ' n t everything your way to suit your convenience. You either Too many of us ask the qucs- wan j ^ g 0 'steady with this boy or you don't. After all, he has feelings ion: what is so important about too. joing to the Moon? There is enough , * * * 0 do on earth, they say, without Dear Dan: My girl is a television bug and I'm getting sick of It. Take for instance our last date two nights ago. I got to her house .at 7:30 but she couldn't leave right then because a show was just coming on that she liked. Anyway, I had to twiddle my thumbs for an hour. ,. B .^ we went to the movies and then we had to leave 30 minutes early he gave the answer loud and clear: : , so I could get her home on time. This has happened before and two or 'Knowledge begets knowledge. The three times she's become so interested in television, we don t even go more I see, the more impressed out when we have plans for the evening. She'll suggest that we stay 1 am — not with how much we home and watch television. ..,,.,. . . , A K ,.. TIrr , „... know - but with how tremendous , I'm fed up with this deal and if I don't get treated better, I m get- the areas are that are as yet un- ting out, Can you blame me ? — No TV Fan. • ._ _ _i .. * -"n. . -fct- mvr i7n«* fPVitt K Paid Coverage by MAIL There are 473 boxholders on the Algona Rural Routes. Of that total, 415 are PAlb subscribers to THE ALGONA UPPER MOINES, or 88 percent. But of the remaining 58, we presume a good many are purchasers of the paper at some local newsstand, such as The Smoke Shop, Larry's, Logue's, East End Grocery, or Cpuncil Oak-National Tea where papers are sold each week. And they could read someone elses paper. AND, there are 18 rural route residents who get their mail in Algona General Delivery boxes, and not on RFD routes. Seventeen of the 18 subscribe by mail to the Upper Des Moines. "YOUR SALES MESSAGE DESERVES THE BEST" THE ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES skipping about in the world beyond. But is that really true? When Col. Glenn made his his- oric appearance before Congress KOSSUTH MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION Over $74,000,000 worth of insurance in force. CY 4-3756. Lola Scuff ham, Sec'y HERBST INS. AGENCY For Auto, House, Household, Goods, and Many Other Forms, Phone CY 4-3733 Ted S. Herbst explored." an: The blarnes with W you two have Columbus might have said the^ 'a House date plan .fine, but when^you actually plan a Wpjo the rnovietf same thing. Or'Magellian, Balboa or to the bowling alley, that's^different.Givei her i choice, either television or you. wre's more than a good chance television will be the T»T* W ** w r T. 7i :.._ ji_I._ A__ AI~M,« «u n ..t c..i>vitvi£i*« urban all tna nnnu/K Faim Bureau Mutual Ins. Co. Affiliated with Farm Bureau Auto (with $10 Deductible) Life -- Hail - Tractor Phone CY 4-3351 Don Stark, Mgr, and DeSota. « « • a Nation we have never looked backward, always forward. We cannot stand still because the , world does not stand still. Knowledge awaits those who seek it,' not those who are indifferent to it. Even if we alone had the capacity to conquer outer space it would ill behoove us not to do so. What is important is that we no longer have that choice. The Russians have posed a challenge; we cannot afford to ignore it. American prestige is on the line and our backs are to the wall. * * t There is more involved than simply being first to land on the asty. when but tea 's okay too. Along about summer wjien aU h? shows r«h 8 she4, The girl may start wishing she hadn't been so ^ yo ^ r op in|on, please^ J| a gifl pongidered too 9 boy on theiHourth date or su^ests a goodnight' y is dying to kiss her bulls just too shy to |t*TI MIM RATIS Harold C. Sundet say a girl is too forward fpr my taste if she This may never happen but the ( 'shy" - ••' • "• • -«'h ?r d to get" and if a " ' We limit. . . DALE W. LQCKWQQO The BquItable'Wfc / Society Of The United gitatM Bwt, Iowa Phone 201 , FEDERATED lN§U|\ANCp3 to t»uen 14, Jives at 141 South Roselarie, Columbus, Neb.; of all ages; especially tjiose interested in read' Moon, pr Mars or Venus. The Na- jug. to writ* tfl him. Uons of the world have come to ~ ' • L . -,, ., , • t - ^ , accept space success as synony- Janls «pbW8on is a W-ycar-ol«l fcfo gr|96r «»« wwts MB p»« mous with National strength. In who ar? interested in swimming, writing and reading. Her address other words, the country which fiiVi Bicti Street, Bgvtson, Mich. • leads in space has the power to &}'« W&, 17, wants pen pal$ of 17 and older and she says tetd on earth. ^wffl answer all letters. Her address is ftoijte 5, BQX While the facts do not bear this Texas. c0 this |s_ not to say an image js .«•'!&" hot created which might tend to ' Farm Managomenl _ „_ would like a girl pen pal of the same lg Bo* 57?, ' ' "' ' f ^odge Ph. CY 4-2881 Chiropractor Or. D. D. Arnold Chiropractor Over PeimeyV Olilce, Phone,— CY 4-3373 Hours: 9;tiO — 5:00 Open Friday Night Monday—Wednesday—Friday - Dr,\William L. Clegg Chiropractor 52; 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 MELVIN G, BOURNE, M, D. Physician & Surgeon ' '118 N. Moore St, Office phbne 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 CAflOL L. PLOTT, M. D, 110-N. Moore Street Practice timited to Surgery Office Hours by Appointment CYpress 4-4864 Office CYpress 4-4331 Residence JOHN M, SCHUTTER, M. D, Residence Phone CY 4-2335 DEAN F. KQOB. M. D. Residence Phone "CY 4-4917 Physicians & Surgeons 220 No.. Dodge, Algona Office. Phone ,,CY 4-4490 OPTOMETRISTS PR, L, I* SNYDEB Optometrist 113 East State Algona Telephone CY 4-2715 Closed Baturday 8 AW YEP W ERICKSON By^s Examined Contact Lenses DR, C^H O'CONNOR Visual AnayJsis ^ Visual Training 108 Sbuth Harlan gt, (Home Federal Bldg.) DENTISTS Office

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