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April 3, 1962 WHAT'S UNDER THE LID? There have- been rumbles, but so far no extpomejy violent eruptions, in connection with the stockpiling over recent years of Some $7.7 billfons of dollars worth of materials. W* suspect that therein may lie one of the greatest potential exposoes of our time in grajt, profiteering, and mismanagement and waste of public funds — all In the name of "defense." ' The so-called strategic materiel stockpile consists of hundreds of Items, even to castor oil, feathers,, talcum powder, sapphires, platinum, opium, as well as ,practically ever/ mineral minfed and processed, > The government today has this vast hbrde ' cached at 213 different locations around the country, and is paying a rental cost of $25 million, a year for storage. ; There have !beert approaches to investigation- of this "stockpiling", and when some committee gets around to It, the lid may be pried off.JJhen watch but for fireworks. .' ', The American public is loyal, calm and pa- tienjf — in the face of danger, or threat of aggression. But if concrete evidences of profiteering ' and needless, senseless accumulation of materiel in the name of defense come to light, we suspect there will be a mighty strong reaction. . . . ' i , *. *' * CREDIT FOR "EAST FORK" Last week, we mentioned in a not too serious, vein, that we felt the East Fork'of the Des Moines river, through Kossuth County, . should get equal credit with the West Fork, traveling through Emmetsburg, Estherville and up to Jackson,'Minn., for originating the flood of publicity received once a year by the Des Moines river. Some of our readers at Burt have called attention to ouj- statement that thei East Fofk originated in Union Slough. They say it originates up around Tuttle Lake. . , . . ; That may be true. Several ;smal( tributaries converge north of here to fornhithe; East : F6rk. We guess you can choose any of them as the parent stream and calliit the East Fork. ; However,' over the past years,! thei Federal game'refuge . managers p^ .Uniqn Slp,Ugh;hqVie usually referred to that area ' as being the • source, via Buffalo Creek, of the East Fork. • 'One thing is certain. The East Fork at least becomes a river in Kossuth county, and that js nil we basically'wanted to point out. " ' DEATH-AND BOXING T;he recent championship* fight In which one contestant was badly hurt (and lingering near death as this \» written), has focused attention on the professional fight game once more. Professional boxing has Its followers, and most of us have watched matches now and then oh T-V., But pro boxing* Isrv't, what ft used to be, and if it succumbed entirely nobody would particularly' miss it, except, the.fight promoters who then mWit have to go to work themselves. The hls.tory of professional boxing is one case aften another where the fighters themselves have labored for a few years, turning much of their earnfngs over to managers and promoters. They then w6,und up with cauliflower ears, bashed noses ancl addled brains In more than one instance. Not to mention the sudden discovery that they owed tremendous sums for unpaid.income taxes, on money earned but quickly lost, Despite constant efforts to keep the game on the level, the boxing "fix" was with us long before players threw .baseball or basketball games. , - ' ' If professional boxing ceased to exist, would the world Iqse much ? •*•".* * LIVING IT UP Congressman H. R. Gross — To provide office and living space for its United Nations personnel, the Soviet Union has purchased a luxurious, almost new apartment building in New York near the U. N. building. The cost: $3.5 mmt YDU Cdn Attdrew Question* To Hint Ai BOX 66 KALISPELL, MONTANA ALGONA FiLfeS riM- Attf. 1 1942 p ' THE MOINES ' The Brack General Store at Ledyard was broken Into some time between i a.m. and 8 a.m. Dear Dan: I've gone out with this boy two pr three times but he has sort of a fast reputation andTni worried. 1 feeUU fcoTSlIfitie.tfl date him, it will lessen my chances of ^«/Ito n^m-Bj WM me like a lady and he's a barrel of fufl but I ne loiter haVe' at interest In him. I've given him every excuse I can think, of but he's pretty Slow to catch on. ,...,.,,', te asked me to go to the junior prom and I just don't know wha,t . I've tried not to hurt his feelings. How can I tell him 1 don't He to do Sunday — and an estimated $500 want to go with him ? — Puzzled, worth of merchandise was stolen. Dear Puzzled! Forgetting the boy's alleged "fast reputation," let's Most of. the items taken were, straighten out your thinking. You say the boy has treated you like a silks and ladles' lingerie and some lady and Is,a barrel of ftnvbut you no longer have an interest in him men's wear. There seemed to be What sort of interest do you mean ? You've only dated him three times one pretty good lead in the case — at the most and if a boy is fun to be with and a gentleman, I don't know and authorities were working on what more a girl expects. it. A man, claiming to be a sales- If you dotl't want to date him anymore, simply tell him -you've man, but not carrying a sample got "other plans" the next two or three times he asks and he'll get the case pr order book, .called at the message. Where the prom is concerned, tell him now it's a'little early store about 9:30 a.m. Saturday, and you don't want to obligate yourself this far ahead of the big occa- The store manager told him, in sion. That, of course, is smart thinking for any girl. a nice way, that he was. not interested in buying any of his items, Dear Dan: I haven't said anything to my/parents yet,because I don't "Don't worry ab<feit nbt\ knowing your own mind. Argylc — yoVrt not missing mucht" Longtime Reader Sends Greetings From Tacoma which happened" to "be about the want to upset them but my brother's girl is running around with fill ty; same as the goods later stolen of boys and making quite a name for herself. .My brother went into the He claimed to be representing a Navy in December and his girl wasn't supposed to date .anyone efce. firm from St. Paul, but several Well, it didn't work out that way. He wasnjt, away a .week tojefore. I Ledyard persons noticed an auto from Illinois • parked - near the heard of her going out on him. We go tojthe sam^high School where we're seniors but we don't run arpuno^ together. I'm more than a little Slack' store Saturday morning" disgusted with her because 1 she's" playing my brother for a Sdp, Should the man didn't call on any other ! feUmy parents pr write to'mv bfdther or just what should J do ? ~ Little. Sister. , ' ' ' • ., . ,^ ear L ¥? uSlS £ n ?° ^thiiig. Wiht until your broUier comes hdme ° n le ™ and ^^ **«* th( «»«" <° "» Writin 8 htoi the netfs while merchants in the Ledyard area. The same night as the theft at Bracks, someone entered the Editor, Upper Oes Moines: key of Algona). , u Bracks, someone entered the ° n , le ™f a . nd ^^ **«* th( r «»«" : <° "»; Writn 8 htoi the netfs while Garry Grain Co elevator and the ne s ' n tramin g would 6nly upset him. As for your parentey they couldn't do much so walt uritu °^ br6a ^ cdmes ott ' '' ' Farmers Elevator, but nothing was i have a teded the Iowa picnic T . , .. . . I enclose .a few odds and ends, since Ju i y 1908 . m the early days million. in'-E. Call Street—Ph. CY 4-3535—Algona, Iowa . Second clan poitage 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 IA EDITORIAL NATIONAL REPRESENTATIVE American Newspaper Representatives, Inc. 404 Fifth Ave., New York 18, N. Y. SUBSCRIPTION RATES IN TRADE AREA One Year, in advance _ $400 Both Algqna papers, In combination, per year ...Iss.OO Single Copies lOc SUBSCRIPTION RATES OUTSIDE AREA One Year, in aclvanct __ $500 Both Algona papers, in combination, per year S7.00 No subscription less than (i months. OFFICIAL CITY AND COUNTY NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING RATES ON REQUEST It is strange Or isn't it that the Russians can dig up that kind of money for plush living in this Country but refuse to .pay their assessments to the U. N. and U. S. taxpayers are expected to underwrite'a bond issue to take care of their delinquencies? '; '..";•('.* ; ; . *• . • > , • SMOKE THAT CIGARETTE | .'j i Humboldt Republican - The cigarette smok- • irig controversy, involving lung cancer and heart disease, continues to rage. There Is nb j flrial;and definite answer to the correlation between cigarette smoking arid diseases but !there are some .interesting warnings-. First, it has been established that those who smoke two packs of cigarettes a day have •a death rate from all causes that is twice the rate of .those who do not smoke as rn anv a* two packs a day.j • If, '." i,. '•• ~, :~ • ! ; |'As far. as lurg cancer is qqncer.ned, the Public Health department sticks to.its 195?. warning t,Hqt ; the| evidence isi increasing that .'excessive smoking is one of the causes of cancer. Over 300,000 persons were examined by the Health Service to establish the basis for their warning. •'_'?. 'i ' ; 'W,e Ju,sf canft advocate that every smok'et put down'his cigarette and haver smoke dgain. It just ccjp't be done by-most'smokers. But we can advocate that the smoker cut number he smokes each day. It would really seem prudent for the smoker to cut down to one pack, or less, 'a day. It's just a question of playing the odds. : WATER IN THE SNOW Mason City Globe-Gazette — Even though North Iowa is at. the headwaters of the state's drainage basin, it's hard for us to get our- roinds off what will happen if there's a rapid thaw. With a snow blanket more fhan 20 inches thick, there's a moisture potentiql of up to 5 inches. Snow normally has a moisture ratio of — 1 inch to 10. But this 20 inch blgnket is p.pcked snow. It has something like a double content of water. In our locality, we could be in for a bit of trouble. But our prospect isn't as grim as that of communities near the conflgence of our major Iowa streams and the Mississippi river. May their dikes be high and sturdy. stolen at either place. * * v * Dear Dan: Most of the best looking and most popular boys in school ncluding subscription r e n e w a L ^had"as many"a's'roVTast vear Following a written'and oral have given up dating for Lent. Honestly, I'm telling you the truth. It's tope you soon get warmed up. 50 attended, only 3 from Algona contest, Norma Ramus, 12, a sev- driving some of us girls crazy because we have absolutely nothing'to lere today the spring shrubs are 'j was born in Algona the time of enth grade student at LuVerne, do : Can you suggest something we can do to make them change their dooming and the swallows have the big snow, 1880-81, four feet on was cro.wned Kossuth County Spell- mmds , ? -~ Goin 8 Crazv - '' .! ','.': ( .'•".','.' ,' ' nwrii' ar » ri j e « j-i the level > drifts 12 to 14 feet high ing Champion at the court house Pear Going Crazy: Lent will end soon and as long as the boys ; Millions of daffodils are being and no train for weeks. here Saturday. The daughter of sticking to their sacrifice. I'm not. about to'be the one to try to irifluer picked for the eastern trade, pick - • • - o> .. . „.. . .; . , tf ^ J i i_t i_ .. _i L « m CQ 111 UlG OUQ , af ? j_u nu 11 am AVI VYGCIYO, ncic oaiuiutry. j.ue uaugiuer OI yfc**-»*«e w vn^u. oav-mi^t,. * m nuL.auyuk, w uc me unc ty u~y iu ltlfiU6nC6 , Let me also congratulate the Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ramus, Norma, .them. Hang tight, girls/1 know I didn't 6ffe.r J ,much help but I think the where Business is good, lots of ^SS^^SVSff S,SS XW&H^'lE boys should be commended and not condemhed.' OlSthrt?^^ t0 stale-speilinl champioSL^hSS to Everett. Big Exposition coming O f the paper. Glad to see up. Enclosed is picture of gona boy. . : • this week XMr. Norwood enclosed clipping Come out and see us; I usually ffie county championship, with picture of M. John Muckey, have the coffee-on at all times. ' class ( ring but,two of my friends manager of the Industrial- Conference Board of Tacoma, and said he hoped that a copy ; had been sent to Bill, Lloyd and Bert Muc- spelling championship, which Dear Dan: My girl says she lost i was to be held at Des Moines lat- say they know she g4ve it to a boy froni jahpther school last week I I- wreck bictures on the front natr? * r in the month ' A total of 24 con- u° n>t Want to ca ' U her a lia . r b ' ut J would like: to. get .the ring returned yyreLK piLiuies, on me ironc page tfis t anf(! were in the running f or because my parents would blow up if they*knew? thei truth (Should I ' ' ' '' tell her ^hat I'Ve beeh^old and see wha't||ie's'ayl r ^K N." ' 1 ' ' ' Dear E. N.: PerXaps if you know the;name of the; boy your girl is A total of five area servicemen supposed to have,given the'ring to, you dan contact him'and see"what C. A. Norwood were reportedly stationed in North he has to say. If the story is true, your girl isn't a-lady • • > , • - . 1729-65th Ave. N.E. Ireland. The were Joe Elkins, Bob ! — : : '• • j-| 1——:• •''. ' i—!—!—_ Tacoma 22, Wash. Selzer, Don and Sigwell Wood and ' , : . Washington * * dow.n. we the Bill Bestehlehner, Algona. ',,, . i *•.*.-* v Included in the movie fare.here during the -coming week were the following: "Sullivan's Travels", with Joel McCrea^and Veronica Lake, "The Vanishing Virginian", with Frank. Morgan and Kathryn Grayson, and "The Fleet's In'!, i • •• • , . with Dorothy Lamour, William ryiui, ,so much happening in would be more, many more, except Holden and Eddie Bracken. Congress it u> understandable that for one thing — tariffs. 'A tariff is • " - • * an ;. ; ar jjitrary •»•»»»»» * . Professional Directo INSURANCE so acutely. imposed by one A government requirement, re- forced to use i been jot of .residents a rugged time A device more than birth record was required with every application for a job and the search for such records in- outcome : may well change the old ouc worKer . s - yolved plenty of work. An affidav- familiar American way of life. _. . . T°~ it, signed by witnesses, was ac- It is the reciprocal trade bill. As The lastj reciprocal trade bill ceptable in many cases, and for you can see it does not' have the w £ s Pfssed by Congress in 1958. some persons it had been neces- same kind of glamor as space and Tn ' s determines what goods can sary to have Bible records photo- defense-so :it isn't makjng much enter the, United States, in what graphed to furnish proof of birth of an impact on (|he American quantities and under what tariffs. Persons who had birth certificates Public. , President Kennedy wants to ex- save d themselves a good 'deal of - - <—°— tend it for another five years and trouble What form this legislation < will he has asked Congress for broad * » * ake no one can say at this time, authority to slash tariffs where- \ man referred to as a "stock It has been under consideration ever he feels necessary. Congress yardZn-ist" died of a hear a^" for several weeks in the House will probably not give him more S g? Whittemorc> ASv A Ways and Means Committee and than a two-year extension and will check of his Sftv nrovPrl' HP won't be finished for another severely limit his right to ' laencuy proved he month. , tariffs. Naturally, you want' to know _, —o— what a trade bill means to you. 1 A. J. (Afnle)' Rfcklefrf •' ' Hospitallzatioh' ' .'• ' Health.& Accident • ••••• Life -H 1 AutQ.--'-Fire:-:H- Hail 2 E. State : , CY' 4 T 4529 ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY J. R. (Jim) KQLP Surety Bonds — All .Lines of Insurance .CY 4-3176 . 206 E. State BLOSSOM INSURANCE AGENCY All Lines of Insurance Automobile - Furniture Loan 7 N. Dodge Phone CY 4-2735 J_L_ I < —* ! Chiropractor ; Dr. D. D. Axnold -." Chiropractor 1 ' Over Peniey's , Phone — CY 4-3373 oura:"9;00— 5:00 *ppeh Friday Night Monday—Wednesday-4-Friday •• ;JDr. William L. Clegg! ;;,' ' Chiropractor ?;•• 521 E. State St. . Hours: 9:00 — 6:00 thru Sat ^9:00 — 9:00 Friday Ph. Off. CY 4-4077 Res. CY 4-3469 Why is it so vital that you should allies must trade with us to sur- give it any concern? vive. Some, like Japan, may turn •"—o—> to Red China and Russia to sell In the United States today we their goods if we have the highest standard of liv- them. But limit his right to cut W as Albert Conrad, alias Frank Smith; and that he had served a ... . five year terhi at Fort Madison, a dilemma because our beginning in April, 1926, and noth- BOHANNON INSURANCE SERVICE 5 N. Dodge Phone CY 4-4443 Home -, Automobile - Farm Polio Insurance CHARLES D. PAXSON Dwelling, Auto, Liability, Life, General Phone CY 4^4512 body was being held at Whitte- further investiga- refuse to buy mor e, pending ,,._ ...,,,„„. „„,..„„!„ ui ,, v - u, CU j. cm, . we nan t buy every- t\ nn anr \ j r vuaa ronnrfpH »haf if ing ui the world. The reason is thing they want to sell or it would would te turned over to a Des ?^-, W * ha Y.? the abundant throw thousands of Americans out Moinl co,£« fn^^nM /«! If you find life is empty, try putting something into it. ' ' * * * Truth has only to change hands a few time? to become fiction. greater Profits G ains Growth HOG SUPPLEMENTS HORMEL LIVESTOCK STATION Hwy 18 Alg CY 4-3531 materials, the skilled workmen and the know-how to turn out a thou- factories. So we must try to be medical re- KOSSUTH MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION Over $74,000,000 worth of insurance in force. CY 4-3756. Lola Scuffham, Sec'y all the Special postal rates for mail KO- is the INS. AGENCY House, Household extreme case of nounced here. Air mail was set at six cents per half ounce to the u n -» • ..--.. wuai uuuiu Happen m uus councry uort of embarkatinn San Wrnn hardly an American family that if we accepted almost unlimited So or NeS*?wk^-7nd^ L mi H does not own a car, a radio, tele- imports of their manufactured SSw tiSTtaLit o" erst s as . . _- n —d. It was pointed out that low wage all mail should have an exact ad- creature comforts so envied by Japan peope everywhere else. There is what could happen in this country ^rt "of'embarkation """s ™ r refngerator. HERBST For Auto, and Phone CY 4-3733,. Ted S. Herbst Farm Bureau Mutual Ins. Co. Affiliated with Farm Bureau Auto (with $10 Deductible) Life - Hail - Tractor Americans earn than the workmen scales can produce " for pennies dress"or"irmiKhrnot' reach "us" PIjone CY 4 " 3351 Don i«M.ft.ils _ - more money what it cost dollars in the United destination in any other States. Obviously, we cannot com- ' , country. They are able to. buy not pete on that basis and must con- 6 0 YEARS only the necessities but the lux- trql these Japanese goods by high uries as well. We have taken all tariffs or by severe import con- tlus for granted, never suspecting trols for a moment that it could be any other way. But the world is chang- Miss Lena Roach of Rock Rapids was honored recently on the —o— 60th anniversary of her initiation , o Always, the State Department, into Chapter Al, PEO. Miss Roach ing ana we would be wise to stay anxious to improve relations with nas taught math more than 35 011 "" r the rest of the world, fights to let y ears in the Rock Rapids high foreign goods into the United Stat- school. STATE FMH MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE I wuuxcccomvrj ROCK-BOTTORJ 1 RATES, Harold C. Sundet CY 4-2311 on our toes. tiu. the K-M hill. es . congress, on the other hand, The time is long gone when we must be alert to the needs of can isolate ourselves from the individual Americans and has to pest ol toe world. We must do bus- fight the State Department et mess with others. They need some every turn, of the things we produce and we —o— duc eS tM e « 0f f thethingS(theypro - We major European naUans duce. |t is a twq,way street. ha ; e banded together in a Cam- 3«J, (shere is 9 hjtch and in re- mon Market arrangement and ciprocal t«ade the United States there is no question but that trade is, w the sppt- Take any item you will be stepped up considerably cai> njuno. Le,t us say automobiles, between us and. thejn. Ttoe stan«l- iqr example. K epjst more to pro- ar<J of living JS rising in these an aut«w>bile in the United countries and the impact caused i than anywhere in the world, by European goods entering the • "S one basic reason: the United Stales wiU cojiUnue to be .n auto worker is paid far less severe, mere than any other auto worker. j( j s not difficult to see wbjjt a wnft-i touch job Congress has, then, to L»cU ajl around you. There are come up with just the right kind feceign cars of every shape, de- o« legislation. It must be a trade sign and description. But there bil sympathetic to the needs Skyine Ballroom Estherville, lowq Booth Reservations Ph. EM 2.4397 qfter 5:30 p.m. SATURDAY, APRIL 7 HiNRY CHARliS DALE W. LOCKWOQD The Equitable'Life Assurance Society Of. The United States Burt, Iowa Phone 201 DOCTORS MELVIN G. BOURNE, M. D. Physician '& Surgeon •118 N. Moore St. Office ,ph,one CYr4-2345 Resident p'hon^ CY 4-2277 J. N, KENEFICK. M. D,. Physician & Surgeon 218 W. State Street Office phone CY 4'2333 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. 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 4-4490 OPTOMETRISTS DH. L. L, SNYDEB Optometrist 113 East State Algona Telephone CY 4-8715 Closed Saturday Afternoons RICHARD A. MOliN Representing FEDERATED INSURANCE) Modern One-Stop Insurance Service Business — Home — Car — Life Phone CY 4-4955 P.O. Box 337 Algona, Iowa Form Management SUNPAY, APill 8 BILLY REDMOND Free Dance and DINING OpfN IVgRY NITS Company 12 J /4 N Dodge Ph. CY 4-2801 Contact Hearing A:cJ Glasses 8 East State Street r,u , Phone CYpress 4-2196 Hours: 8:QO. ft.oi. Closed Saturday Optometrist Visual Anaylsis & Visual Training DENTISTS WH, KAW, ft, Oifice ui Howe ffl Office phone CY^sIf OR. J, 8, HAHW8, «. CY 4,3535 --Yoi

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