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WHERE WE DON'T Michi „ . fo .P endlto ^ $ for iJHcrcumv jwidvuu wi HOT CwUniinQ •«•,» ««•-». Blsfey; e'rj fatcWest between «ur own nfcfidn £u$lcUv4ry f few voices-ON'Yalsed. lo ask to^rn&nV.dJeslibns as to "hbv/ much", "who to", .K.A«r,r»..^... ,, wh y,, § . fa| !> S R. B. WALLER, Editor & Publisher DON SMITH, News Editor MERLE PRATT, Advertising Mgr. JACK PURCELL. Foreman NATIONAL REPRESENTATIVE American Newspaper Representatives, Inc. 404 Fifth Ave., New York 18, N. Y. SUBSCRIPTION RATES IN TRADE AREA One Year, in advance _ _ SJ.OQ Both Algona papers, In combination, per year J6.00 Single Copies IQc SUBSCRIPTION RATES OUTSIDE AREA One Year, in advance _ _ $5.00 Both Algona papers, in combination, per year $7.00 No subscription less than 8. months. OFFICIAL CITY ANP COUNTY NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING RATES OfJ REQUEST l :-!';B(Sf-me-$6st is stupendous,, taking some 60 psfcefif ,'4( our total national yearly expend!- turei,-pl,uVg&ling billions to the national debt. That Is the tnajor reason the national debt ceiling is dgairt being raised. By contrast we note where Senator Humphrey* of Minnesota is asking an appropriation of 2 million a year for two years for construction of road, recreational and parking facilities along a route following the Mississippi river, from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico, and authorizing 10 states through which the river passes to use up to 10 percent of their federal highway funds to build or hook up existing highways for a Great River Road. This, basically, would follow the course of the Mississippi from its source to the Gulf. The States along the route have reacted favorably to the idea; but it is our prediction that this program, which would bring enduring pleasure to millions of Americans'now and in the future, .will have much harder going than any appropriation for a few more billions .for armaments'or space exploration, where we are not inclined to count the cost. Mankind is caught in a web from Which it seemingly, cannot disentagle, in the ^matter of missiles and spacecraft; down-to-earth improvements will have to wait their turn. * * * "' SOME SMALL TOWNS GROW Although many Americans think small towns are dying, actually about half of the small towns in Iowa are growing say State University of Iowa geography researchers, ^nd they have undertaken a study to find out what is keeping them alive. Neil Salisbury, SUl associate professor of geography, explained that if they can find factors in a growing town which differ from those in a town which is losing population and declining economically, it may provide a basis for improving the economic and social Ife of other small towns. As -a part of the project, 25 SUl advanced geography students interviewed .Jowans ..early this year living in Ladora, 'Victor.w.iHrirtwick, Luzerne, Atkins 'and Newhall. On ^oWfrTD : and?.; 17 they'will interview a member of very household in What Cheer, Delta, Hayesville, Martens- burg and Thornburg. They are asking such questions as: "What do you do for a living and where do you work?" and "Why did you come here and do you have any plans to leave?" The SUl study will include similar data gathered in Indiana, Iowa, Illinois and also in Upper PCS ^ 111 E. Call Street—Ph. CY 4-3535—Algona, Iowa Second clan postage paid at Algona, Iowa Issued Tuesday in 1962 By THE UPPER DES MOINES PUBLISHING CO. ,an during the summer of 1961. 'fofessor Salisbury • pointed out that ihe ttrefy should'provide valuable data which used by both geographers and the bus!elders of small -foWnS', but l» is actually pilot study, arid he hope's to soon' under- i' larger, more comprehensive survey. he small'towns of Iowa'should follow the -'vylth considerable interest • } ' * • * •* ' SAYS E. B. SMITH NO PUSHOVER Cedar Rapids Gazette — If he wins the Democratic party's nomination for U.S. Senator, Prof. Elbert B. Smith of Iowa State, will make an opponent Iowa Republicans should not lake lightly in their effort to re-elect Sen. Hieklooper to a tourth term this'fall. Prof. Smith, whose field is history, is young (41), articulate and knowledgeable., Moreover, he has done stints of work for the state department in various capacities whicH, along with ,45 months as both an enlisted mart land an officer In the navy during World War II, have given him a background of experience in other lands upon which to draw. ' ' Smith is virtually unknown outside of central Iowa, where he has attracted an audience as a world news analyst for Iowa State WOl radio and television stations for the last three years. On the surface this lack of wide acquaintanceship in the state would appear to be a distinct disadvantage, particularly in view of the fact that Sen. Hickenlooper is among the best known Iowa political figures in modern history. But it could work to Prof. -Smith's advantage, too, if the pendulum of public mood, which is difficult to judge, has swung to the poirit where a new face is favored, ;as it sometimes does. Another surface disadvantage would appear to be the dearth of good candidates in the Democratic party for the governorship and other state offices. Only Commerce Commissioner Harold Hughes has announced for 'the nimination for governor and he goes to the post'a one-time loser, having been defeated for the nomination in I960. But, here again, a strong campaigner could turn apparent disadvantage into advantage if his party,.now disunited, over federal judgeship patronage, .should unite behind his candidacy. In years past Iowa could be considered normally Republican enough to give its senior sena. tor a resounding vote of confidence, especially after his election to the chairmanship of the Re publican senate policy committee. But populations have been, more mobile<since the-war i vyjero/dfp^tte'rns'/ai^/rib'longefojhe'-sortie, .Rep... (icons will make a serious mistake if they underestimate Prof. Smith's abilities. ' * * * CONG. COAD WAS RIGHT Indianola Tribune — We don't know where Congressman Coad got his information, but it is now evident that when he spoke of the U.S. Government being interested in a site for a new federal tax data processing center he know what he was talking about. In fact, it must now be a bit embarrassing to certain republican congressmen from Iowa who ridiculed'Coad when he suggested the new tax center might be located in our State. It is now apparent that these Congressmen may have damaged the chances of placing the center in Iowa by some of the statements they made, since their primary interest was to denounce Coad. Location of the Internal Revenue Service processing center in Central Iowa would be a real asset to the state. It will employ up to 1800 persons, and one of the sites under consideration is the Fort Des Moines Army post just a few minutes drive from Indianola. This is something that would have a tremendous effect upon Indianola, should the government be favorably inclined to the Des Moines location. Democratic representative Merwin Coad first announced last January that there was a possibility the processing center would be located in Iowa. Republican Congressmen Ben Jensen and Hoeven bitterly denounced Coad, and said the reports were completely without foundation. Last week an official of the Revenue Service inspected the Fort, thus upholding in all detail the original report by Coad. We only hope the big mix-up forced into this area by political considerations will not be a deciding factor in the minds of those who select the ultimate site. * * * It's easy for an editor to know what his readers want. To find out for sure, all he has to do is leave it out. — Decorah Journal * * * Many people could retire comfortably on what their experience has cost them. AL00NA • tlBJPEIt DES " WaS _. *mtr* {jchultz *"«"» jssjSrt- their fifth, afflveWr baker' dealer in Algona', $^J u ti^:$b3*v!R s»aa i frt^-mrtSWRW f ^BPkffii a* m wig -&9tfJfSJSK zara ana me tree prizes B«U umr ' B ,y,/ v«b>>.«4kiA *» gams were beiflg 6tf|«d agdWby fl^ 1 !^^®;!!^ Ed Stewart) ftt^fly'»if Wt«, game., i • f'There's nothing going on between your husband and me • • • and to'.prove it, just ask him how often! I've had to slap his face!" washingtQh - • i&* *« * * highlights * * A JTWHr KeportJromthTNiaiim't Cmftol by Rmy .This Sounds familiar — "Worst Winter Blizzard Hits Kossuth Saturday" Was the headline on one : of the major 'stories Of the week. Winds of 40 miles per hour and a foot df hew snow arrived .in Kossuth 'county' during • th6 weekehd arid road crews Were having all kinds of trouble trying to open the way for 1 motorists. Mayor Richard" son of' Algona. had received calls from several expectant mothers in Algona who were anxious .to have streets past their homes opened if possible in case a fast trip to the hospital became necessary. Everything Was' tied up Saturday — and despite the blizzard, Weatherman Harry Nolte reported seeing the" first robin of spring. That bird wad a bigjiut. Willard Zelglcr was named commander of th'e Algona VFW post during an election here Thursday night. Other officers included John Dtinn, senior vice commander, Bill Bestenlehner, junior vice commander, 4 Merle Wellendorf,' chap- rain, Joe ,Wlllger, surgeon, Bob, Schoby, judge advocate, Wayne Smith, three-year trustee, and Montgomery, quartermaster. ,. -'.Ed Stewart, fttrih$fly'»f •Bttrt, as' ffaMed' Superintendent ,ol schools at'Swea'Oity, Mr,? Stewart Was'lo replace- Lloyd OreSSe-f/be- ginnlrig in the M Of 1961* H& had taught.at Swea City since 1546 and wSfe school principal. At the same meeting, George K, 'Nels6n <w'as nMed president of the board of *.. w Keftti Sty of AlgoHfl^ad been' narhed to head thtf sfigaF*a- ti&ning 'board itf KosMli cdtinty. State 'Chairman'' Robert's, Adams announced .the iapbointmetit. and Mr. Kent* Was awaitin'g ebffiplete instructions 6n the * * ^ ^ , Graham's -had' a Wl flage 'ad 0!» Easter fashions and listed many fine' bargains 'for shoppers, The ad .featured everything from hats, to gloves. . • ' • i,*' elected Chamber of ouncement of his election came during the an- of G Banquet at the high annex here Monday eve- Peirce was named > arid jpresent'tday Every night of the year brilliant who walked off with a television lights give a radiant glow to the set from the office of Sen. Margar- mightiest symbol of freedom in all et Chase Smith of Maine. Perhaps the: world.4- the magnificent dome they saw the thief but had their of the United States Capitol build- mind on the Lassie show and slip- g$ ':'. ' n ' " I . ' P e d in their duty. But these ! lights : create long —o— shadows across Capitol Hill and in Washington has an amazingly the half darkness lurks crime of high crime rate, most of it of the the 'mos^vicioiis form. / variety we have been discussing, It is not a pretty;picture: arid despite the fact it is one of the IB-details are ugly. best policed cities in the world. The story is not pleasant but the Here, we have a city police depart- facts cannot b^enV ment, **f*™ police force, ^^ ah George ^ and A Congressman is walking quarters for the Federal Bureau H. F. Fnstedt. Dr. Karl Hoffman toward her home, a scant few of investigation, the Secret Service, blocks from the Capitol, when put airport police, only to name a few. of the twilight a figure emerges. —o— He lunges forward, grabs her Unfortunately, the police have purse, and quickly melts back into been hamstrung in their efforts to the shadows. reduce crime m the national cap- Two government girls leave this "al. A series of court decisions April-Fool's Day, but also, was the I the National government nave reduced the effectiveness of annual deadline for payment of at after working hours and start police investigation which in turn least the first half of real.estate walking to then- apartment a few h , as weakened law enforcement. As and personal^ property taxes. Ro- blocks away. They are seized from f'^"", the criminal gets all of sella WW.county Measurer.had . gl g song. April 1 was slated to be not only FROM THE FILES OF THE ALdtiNA UPPER DES MOINES Mar. 24, 1942 • • • March 21, the first day of spring, 1942, had been reached and passed and facts pertaining to the recent winter had been released by Harry Nolle, Ideal weatherman. According to -records, the * winter of 194142.' was, .the warmest in Kossuth county in 10 years. Based on normal readings 'for January," February and March, the mean reading was 18.1, degrees. However, during the first three months of 1942, the average had been 23.6 or 5.5 degrees above normal. Lowest average during the three-month period in the past. lO-'years had been during 1936 whn the mark was 8.7, almost 10 degrees below normal for three , months. That was the year of the continued cold weather and blizzards. (More like 1962). Alf Studer of Wesley rolled what . * W>tlght*a letter 16 the. UppfrlDes •Wine's office that,' ployed iy£ry interesting t—'frbm», the standfidint o£ postage involved. ;The lettentas written by J. Bruellnlan,. Stuttgart, Germany, and sent fo" his bt6ther, iSEmii; at Oltosen^ept. 29, 1922. A total of , eight stamps, which , cost ffiO.OOO, 'marks, were on'the'enve- • lope. feased on;, the V^lue|df^the mark at that time, postage, on the letter was 'figured to .cost $187,500, which seemed 'a little^iigh just to mail a letter from Germany to the United States. Tftat was 'real inflation. , . The markets:, -heavy .-butchers, 200-240 Ibs,-, 't.dpjJed a£ $13.20; Veal calves brought ;$14; choice sheep, '$11.50; no. 2- new white -corn, 83 cents; no. 2 new yellovtcorn, 68% cents; no. 2 ne\y mixed Co|:n, 68 cents: no. 2'yellow soybeans,'$1.72; p'rSmium.'"eggd, 29 cehts; ! sweet cream, 36 %! cents; find-helnj^jiver 5 ' cents. .*. I'.ii,*; Railroads paid their ,taxjes in Iowa during the week, i The payments covered the* first half of the year 1941 and Kossuth' county received a total of $6,676.47 as its share from 'the Milwaukee Road. Total payment by the railroad to the state amounted to , $514,384.61 and was based on track 'Mileage in the state. ' v £V " G. D. Shumway, Afgona atton ney, resigned from the. local school board and L. C. Nugent", member of the board was named by board members to serve as president of 'the group. '_ Mr. Shlimway had served 'as president :"of ; the school board here fop. seyjen, "years. • behind and assaulted. ' Yes \ 'these are defenseless women. But they are not the only victims.' ' . ' ' ' , the breaks and the police none, reminded everyone of the date. Professional Directory i Without question, Congress is The Algona Kiwanis Club was concerned over the vicipusness of all set to sponsor Aunt Jemima , ,_ u theJcrimes committed virtually at' Pancake ;Day in the high school ; A former FBI agent — weJI theirdoorstep. The attack on the annex here? Friday. According'to built and physically fit — works Congresswoman has spurred ac> Ray' Beamish, chairman of the overtime on his job as an investi- tion. Some strong measures will food committee, plans were com- gator with the House Un-American have to be taken to make the area plete. Proceeds from the event Activities Committee. He, too, is safe for those who work on Capi- were to be turned over to the hot " tol Hill. lunch fund 'to provide meals for If there is one place in the needy school chjldren. All food to him "over the head. When he re- United States where an American be served was going to be donated gains consciousness on the side- should be able to walk complete- and it was expected },000 pounds • walk he finds his wallet gone. Dis- ly v free of the fear of criminal at- of flour, 40 gallons of syrup, 240 tance from the Capitol — one tack that place should be in the pounds of coffee, four ca'ses of ock. ' vicinity of the great Capitol build- eggs and hundreds of gallons of —o— ing. Too bad, but it is not. milk would be consumed. ' A newspaper photographer Is • '"• chased into the House Office Suilding by two thugs who have jeen following him. On a parking ot behind this same building a Congressional secretary is beaten and robbed. Capitol police are now urging secretaries to be escorted when they leave work after dark. In many instances these police wijl Dear Dan; My parents and I just can't understand why you think it's improper for a girl to invite a boy over when there's no one at home. After all, my parents trust me completely and I would never do anything to cause'them worry. My boy friend comes over all the time when my parents are out i' INSURANCE A. J. (Arnle) Ricklefs Hospitalization Health & Accident Life — Auto — Fire — Hail 2 E. State CY 4-4529 ALGONA INSURANCE AQENCY J. R. (Jim) KOLP Surety Bonds — All Lines of Insurance CY 4-3176 .206 E. State You Can Address Questions To Him At BOX 66 KALISPELL, MONTANA BLOSSOM INSURANCE AGENCY All Lines of Insurance Automobile - Furniture Loan 7 N. Dodge Phone CY 4-2735 BOHANNON INSURANCE SERVICE 5 N. Dodge Phone CY 4-4443 Home - Automobile - Farm Polio 'Insurance drive a secretary to her car if it is not parked immediately adjacent to her office. —o— As you can see, these are con- CHARLES D. PAXSON Dwelling, Auto, Liability, Life, General Phone CY 4-4512 WHY? No matter whqt type of advertising a business firm may do, dqy to day or week by week, when it comes to a REAL SALE or BUSINESS PVENT Pf IMPORTANCE, there is njj question qb.ovt th« use 9f newspaper gdvertisiqg tq prompte it. No other method can do the job as completely and efficiently, and with the overall economy. Newspaper advertising doesn't cost — it pays! THE ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES JU'iid every issue \>y more people in this trade urea than any other medium, daily, weekly or monthly. ditions of which we cannot be very an d if we don't watch television, we dance or play cards. What harm ~"iud. is there in that? Sometimes your answers just don't make sense. — "he situation has become so j u dy serious specially-trained dogs, , .- ...'.'.. j • • working with foot policemen are Dear Judy: There's no harm m you sitting in a tavern and sipping now patroling the area around a soft drink either but do your parents allow you that privilege ? America's most famous national I'll bet your parents are the type who would scream to high heaven shrine if you wanted to attend an unchaperoned dance. It isn't proper for a This terror in the streets has teen-age couple to be alone in a house and that's all there is to it. become one of the Nation's Cap- * » * ital's grayest problems. No night near Pan: I met this boy while I was visiting my aunt last summer passes without a series of mug- an d we had a wonderful two weeks. We haven't written in several gmgs, yokmgs, robberies, assaults, months but would it'be all right to drop him a note now and tell him The neighborhood makes no differ- fpjfeeing him again tfiis summer ? - Anxious. —o— Dew Anxious' Vow don't know whether or not the boy's going steady Washington police have been or if be, even still Uves, in fhe same city. Wait until you make your visit, using dogs to fight this vicious and if"lie wants to see you, he will. ^ night-time crime for about a year . „. ,_ ,. , and with remarkable success Pear Pan: My Moro says I pan go to our prom this spring but only Perhaps it is fitting that it takes iH come home right after tn<ji dance ends at 1 a.m. I don't think her an animal to hunt down an animal r uUn g ' s fa ' r because al1 ty k ^ JI ^ nI °lf wll l b§t 3? lng ty / or , s T, eth|ng for these criminals are nothing t° W* W* to ha Y e ™% fun f# U l have ^° teU *? date to take m more than that. straight home, I'll kill the party. . . ^u'uu' • mttv r th r • What is your opinion ? Doji't you thjnfc a girl pf 16 should be given PHi YnRn-,nH p °.' c L d .° e !' "?£: some extra privileges on this one special jiiglit of the year ? - G. H. KOSSUTH MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION Over $74,000,000 worth of insurance in force. CY 4-3756. Lola Scuffham, Sec'y HERBST INS, AGENCY For' Auto, House, Household Goods, and Many Other Forms. Phone CY 4-3733 S. farm Bureau Mwlvjal Ins. Co. Affiliated with Farm Bureau Auto (with $10 Deductible) Life - Hail - Tractor Phone CY 4-3351 Don Stark, Mgr, tnti run m: RAW Harold C, Sundet CIV *?34} with the Washington police depart ment. One Congressman, impress? ed with their performance, has introduced a bill to bring this dog force up to a hundred. The idea makes sense as these dogs can be every bit as effective as the human policeman and the cost quite naturally js cgnsiderably less. " ' —o—. Already, (he dog patrol on Capitol Hill has an impact on noo» turnal criminal activity. Undesitv able characters who ' Dear G. H-: I do indeed b«t being a parent, J.gan alsp see your mother's vjewpwt. Befpre ypu (eel too gorry. fqf .yourself, think of all the other girls your age wl»q can't go tQ firpjns,. ;.' " J BersjjnaUy thinjc you shoujd he given at 1§8S^ 8» hour a$er the end of the prom for that all-impoirjant meal but th,8,t 4e*S n 't W^an ypur mother is wrong in wanting yp,M to come Strailp hpm§, ''' The Unted Sttfea „„. Burt, low* Tphcjne 801 WCHARP A, MQPN Representing Pear Raft; I don't want yqu to think I'm b| • F - pf any girl at school and I'm prou4 ~ -•-•-"-• sweaters and, ~ i -- i ~ u -- 4 u -- to I've got the . Modern Oae^stop Insurance Service Business. — Home -*• Cif — Life - places in the shadow of t)ie Capjtol building are seen less and less frequently. But the dogs fell down on one job. They failed tp catch the thjgf P.O. Box 3?7 ' , Algons, Ipwa Farm pear Soph: They do if thev siyltog. your sweater and yoijr, what the teachers consider go ^Jieve ^a girl hatione overboard in her , s^irt may be juipf a little too snug for od, taste 8IW If I wejpe you, I'd date their were |lv§R~ cflflg);ruc{jye criticism. N 'Podge Ph, CY 'Chiropractor, Dr. D. D. Chiropractor Over Penney's Office. Phone — CY 4-3373 Hours: 9:00 — 5:00 Open Friday Night Monday—Wednesday—Friday Dr. William L. Clegg Chiropraclor 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 MELVIN G. BOURNE, M. D. Physician & Surgeon 118 N. Moore St. Office phone CY 4-2345 Resident phone CY 4-2277 J. N. KENEFICK, M. O. Physician & Surgeon 218 W. State Street Office phone CY 4-2353 Resident phone CY 4-2614 CAROL L. I»LOTT, M. D. 110 N,'Moore Street Practice Limited to Surgery Office Hour? by Appointment CYpress 4-4864 Office CYpress 4-4331 Residence JQHN M. SCHUTTER, M. D. Residence Phone CY 4-2335 DEAN F. KOOB. M. D. ' Residence Phone CY 4-4917 Physicians & Surgeons 22Q No. Dodge, AJgona . Office Phone! CY 4-4490 OPTOMETRISTS 'Optometrist 113 East State \ Algona Telephone CY 4-2715 Closed Saturday Afternoons 8AWYBB and EBIQ|C80|» Byes JSxainlfled - gpntacrLeosej Hearing A>4 Classes 9 East State gtreet Training " DENTISTS PH, j, DtniUi i^«Krf^

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