Oskaloosa Daily Herald from Oskaloosa, Iowa on January 30, 1957 · Page 2
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Wednesday, January 30, 1957
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* 74 Wad. 10, I95T OSKALOOSA DAILY HBUOD Editorials-- "GOOD Today, BETTER Tomorrow- You Have Cause To Be Proud Of Oskaloosa Your 20th annual Progress Edition of the Oskaloosa Herald brings you in story and pictures the progress made in th« Oskaloosa Herald circulation area during 1956 and it is a startling record. Improvements over the 59,000.000 mark are reported, with the largest single item the $2,000,000 expansion of the Eddyvffle power plant of the Iowa Southern Utilities, started in 1956 and to be completed early this year. The figures do not include the $1,050,000 in schools voted in Oskaloosa, although contracts for $304,510 in construe- tion at three elementary schools have/ been awarded and plans for the new senior high school building are to be com- plet«d during 1957. Biggest construction in Oskaloosa was the building of the new $250,000 WQIiam Penn college gymnasium, financed with contributions from Iowa Yearly Meeting Quakers and Penn alumni and from Oskaloosa and Mahaska county friends, The Oskaloosa figures are based on more than $800,000 spent on 60 new homes here; $750,000 on utilities and industry, $300,000 on commercial jobs, $350,000 on schools and churches. State highway contracts involving Oskaloosa amounted to $2,500,000, while work in the area added more than $4,000,000, with $2,700,000 at the Eddyville power Remember Way Back When? DATE NIGHT WAS FRI- : YlkJk NIGHT OXL.Y--AM) THE' BEAU CAME ALL DRESSED UP EX A HIGH COLLAR, DERBY HAT AND i CHAIN ACROSS BUT THE BEAU LY MADE PROGRESS S1XCE s THEN! ! _ ± V ' Iweilty TeafS From Harold files Saturday, January so, mi **·*» Laur » cTM 2 * 0 - daughter Mrs - Hazel p Cruzen, and ^^ By RUSSfL C HARRINGTON Income Tax No. 3 (Editor's Note: This is the [designate one of tbeir number to third of five articles to help J claim the 9600 «pcetnption for her First, y*u ·nor* than half of his or hsr port tecoad, th* nut have taxpayers in making out their federal income tax returns.) as a dependbrt. The person designated must contribute more than 10 per cent of the support, and an Commissioner of Internal Revenue i the others who contribute more Written for United Press WASHINGTON -You are a MOO exemption, which means you than 10 per cent must file a declaration that they will not claim the exemption. Such a declaration is do not have to pay federal income' made on Form 2120, available at tax on |600 of your income. Tour i *? revenue service office. » wife is another, on your return if i "H»« ! * w permits a child under you file jointly, on her own i f j » or a full-time student of any you file separately, but not oa ;»***« be claimed as a dependent, both. {The law defines a full time stu- Beyond this basic exemption for'*** «· one *ho is engaged in the taxpayer, we get into a num-! **·* ·**? «* a recognized ber of questions covering --*.**«* tor * 4 *·* «** ««*hs of Another good year of progress seems ahead on the basis of information gathered while checking 1956 activities. Employment should go higher, more home$ built, extensive school and church building operations, industrial advances and excellent prospects for new business establishments. The new year is getting off to a good start, with plans being made for a new Allen Industrial Products Co. plant here, construction started on an addition to the Iowa Valve Co. plant, the start of work on the new Yonkers' Bros, store for Oskaloosa, work under way on remodeling Stitely Radio and Electric, negotiations in progress for a new 12 lane bowling alley east of town. Since publication of the first Progress Edition, a steady advance has been made in Oskaloosa and there is every reason to expect this forward move to continue. Oskaloosa -- GOOD Today -- BETTER Tomorrow. Below we are reprinting the editorial which appeared in the first Herald Progress Edition Jan. 25,1938. being sponsored by the Daughters, of the American Revolution. ! A new Mahaska county cham- · pionship boys basketball team . was crowned Saturday By DREW PEARSON Oil Royalty 1$ Spent On Saud's Household cagers Saturday morning upset the Fremont champions and turn-! bled them from the throne with a; 32 to 16 victory in a semifinal WASHINGTON -- King Saudfsider it indelicate to make any game. Barnes City easily downed of Saudi Arabia is a six-foot-six- i suggestions to him about this in- the Rose Hill quintet by a count - m(:h Arab shears old. rearing j ternal problem; yet disease, pov- than 9600 for the year (· dependent is your child under 1» or a full-time Third, the dependent murt be related to you, or a member of year household and living in your hoMMu Fourth, the dependent MMst be ft citizen of the United States living anywhere or a cittmen of any country living m Canada, Mexico, Panama or the Canal one. AM fifth, the dependent must not be making a Joint return with hie ef her husband or wife. tilings as support of elderly rela- :tbe1y ^ a f' H "" ** is? one of sev- ttves, school age children who ·ant,*'* 1 ft»"-ti«e on-the-farm training money, divorced couples, sorrtvow « person, who bnsf dtad. and extra exemptioa for the aged and (Thursday: Toe can . ,, duettos* fer Hangarhui nH*( hot not for political all about those tkWS.) MOO . . _^_ taxayer gets an exte he is 65 or old- ; "f** J* 1 ** *!2L * ad cJaimed as a $600 exemption OB his father's tax return. The de- The Word O/ God the taxpayer at any age. Tbe . - ·mption for blindness applies only ! **? WI!raB * ** * chnd ** rn " to the taxpayer, husband or wife!* 600 °* mos * ** »*t file a re- * ~ * j *n^^ 4bkA kZaiAKAlA n^. ----- -* - -* -- Neither do I condemn theft, g* sin no more. John 8:11. Humanity will forgive nearly any sin of men, but women are im a different category. Even men throw stones at women who share or both, but not to dependents. j**TM ** **»***· He may claim _. . . . I his own personal exemption on his roua The internal revenue service own nt ,aa. ·"" - - - - - - saxae sina - Cbr st was Jneang tm Jingle, Jingle Bhvmes Post and of 45 to 14. In the consolation a ii gnt yellow coat, brown suede game Fremont won from Rose shoes a goateee, and eye-glasses, Hill by a score of 30 to 11. having forty sons and a royal The Barnes City girls became household with wives, concubines, the county champions by winning S ia VeSj royal retainers, and guards j on a forfeit from the Fremont las- ' of reportedly around 10,000 peo- PROGRESS EDITION Progress has ever been the watchword of Oskaloosa" and vicinity, and every year has witnessed an advancement of more or less degree. When we think that 100 years ago this whole section was still inhabited by Indians, and not yet open to settlement by white man, and that we now have a modern city of 11,000, the change is vividly brought to mind. "But 100 years," some will say, Is a long time," and so it is, but in that length of time many towns have come and gone, and only a comparatively few ,have gone steadily on in growth and development. But it is not this long time development that this issue of The Herald is intended to celebrate. Its primary object is to show what has been accomplished in the past year. And with the aid of our enterprising business men we have been enabled to m a k e a showing that will be a surprise even to many who have been right here on the ground all the time. The Herald force has had many willing helpers, in the preparation of the matter, and many resourceful aides in preparing the graceful advertisements that enhance its pages. The cooperation of our ad- has made possible one of the finest special editions ever issued from Herald presses. Our new engra\Tng department has added much to the attractiveness of the issue, and has again demonstrated that the Herald for nearly 88 years, has always kept abreast of the times, and has given Oskaloosa a newspaper second to what he said about Boone and its future. But all of us who live in Boone must do our share toward the realization of this growth, progress and future. Investing money is one way,.and an important way, but only one aspect. Never knock the town, especially to strangers. But don't be critical of our town even to friends and neighbors. Too often we hear it said "Well, what could you expect. That's what always happens to Boone," or words to that effect. This constant running down of the town is .bad psychology. We've got a good town. It's a good place to live, as many families who have chosen it in recent years will tell you. Ws have fine schools, churches, hospital, library, public buildings and, last but far from least, stores which offer the best in every line of merchandise. We will grow, we will progress and we will have a future--if the citizens of Boone believe that way. --Boone News Republican. sies who were not able to make pj e the trip on ice for the finals of the Mahaska basketball tournament. The Cedar girls won the consolation honors by downing the New Sharon girls by a count of 22 to 19. perhaps rates you older than you! taan qualifies , think you are, by one day, and it ; tions £ goj^^^ may be worth money to you. You | more " y^ hg! , ^ Uvin , are considered to add a year to.Q^ exemption on his own return J^/ 8 * °£ ^ toy ^f^J^'l* 0 * one on the return of the sup- birthday. So, if. your *5th birth- i. day fell on or before Jan. 1, 1957, j you may legally claim that extra j ^ ^^^^^^^^ Interest rates have been increased, 11600 exemption for age in your re- j fo)m ^ ' ^^ tte ( ^ a ^ en . j Prospects now are sunny. 1 turn for 1956. l tiOed to £ £ tvad ot ^ose taxes, j And wonderful to contemplate, Exemptions for dependents are ] Tjk e everyone else, he must file a I For People who have money. erty and ignorance are always the · figured differently than for hus- biggest breeders of. Communism, jband and wife. For example, a It's wants reported that the king to secure some American return to get that refund. The law provides special taxi ; " · ~ T «- -- ' -- ^.as^ ACB.VW L*s,uw*vi^*a oyy^. i«a ^^.» i taxpayer who supports his 70- rates for any individual who quali- year-old mother is entitled to just fieg 43 "head of household." This I stoppage. How far Eisenhower and He is bringing one of his young- j the state department will go in est sons, 5-year old Prince Man- S suggesting that part of this money sur, to the United States to see be spent on the Arabian masses, cash because his royalties have| one * 600 exemption for her and dwindled as a result of the Suez nothing extra for her age. FOR A PERSON to qualify as term means generally an unmar- Penn College Has I Formal ReceptkMi if American doctors can help his crippled h a n d . i He is bringing ' no wives. Re! marked a courti- are , - m street, announced ] the birth of a son, Lake Edward, ; January 29, at the Mercy hospital.; Cadet Hugh Ben McCoy, son · ~ of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. McCoy, had j been chosen a member of the | TJ^ ^ omy as France sees them, of the Al- 1200 miles of gerian problem. j paved road in But France will not argue about : 3 a u d i Arabia, it It will not seek to justify its,, but the country Algerian policy snd it will deny the competence of the U.N. to intervene in what it regards ss a purely internal question. The UJf. can take no real action. But France would regard an unfavorable vote as a direct affront- In has 250 Cadillacs. The king owns quite a few of these elite PEARSON cars and once gave as a tip to the · servants in Iran who took care of him on a visit there, two Cadillacs, one Chevrolet, and $80,000. will be important to observe. At one time, Vice President Henry Wallace, then head of the board of economic warfare, required that part of the money for American tin purchases in Bolivia go toward the betterment of Bolivian miners. So far, however, both the Eisenhower administration and the Arabian-American Oil company have shied away from giving too many hints to fting saud about {how he should spend either his oil royalties or American aid. In fact, the Eisenhower administration took the unusual stand ef declining to sign a United Nations trea- a statement of policy made The king's annual income from ty to outlaw slavery, reportedly as a result of the sensitivity of King Saud. THIS IS the most shocking chapter in both the life of Saudi i taxpayer's dependent, the taxpayer | maintenance cost of a household must provide more than one-half | which was also home during the of his or her support. The only:entire year for- (A) any related exception to this rule is where!person who qualifies as the tax- several persons contribute to the) payer's dependent or (B) your un- ried or legally separated person I Th e mid-year formal reception who furnished more than half the j a t penn college was held Friday support of an individual. | married child, grandchild, or step- evening in the drawing room of the women's residence, under the. sponsorship of the Student Christian association* Heading the reception line wen Miss Helen Hoover, student coun- For example, if several sons and | child, even though that child is : ^ president Md Leroy Steffen. daughters support their mother, not a dependent. You may also j gCA president. The evening's «t»- and one of them contributes more | qualify as a head of household if i tertainment was under the dJrec- TtiOTi half the support, they may ! you maintain a home elsewhere' ^ on . for your father or mother and i penn muslc Mr. Kotschnig, "deal with sub- eltoer" one" of "then\ qualifies as ment jects generally conceded to be in the area of domestic jurisdiction. "Better results m i g h t be your dependent. The cost of maintaining a The Penn choir sang "tnchin* Along" and "Dark Water" with iDr. Charles Griffith directing. A snsrs the same things hold true for Os-. Quotes Prom Other Editors ; Boon? News-Republican: Some! television commercials use so · much music and so many dancers i that modern composers may some · day find their work listed as "Smith's Fifth Commercial in B Flat," etc. i in Paris on Jan. 9, Mollet said j the Arabian-American Oil com- 1 Arabia and to some extent in our that the first essential was that i pany is estimated at around $300,- ! relations with that country. The the rebels order a cease-fire in the' 000.000. However, he has budget ] reports of the United Nations and revolt which broke out Nov. 1, | problems. j the anti-slavery society of London 19 SL.. ,, .. j Of this huge income, the king!show that approximately half a Within three months after a' spends $36000000 on defense, i million slaves are held in Saudi cease-fire, MoUet said, France wffl j mou ^ ^ ^^ ^ surrounded Arabia, most of them crecuited hold a free election aimed atjpv- ; by ^^ j^ ,^g nbors . H e al- i*«Ma Africa. i.*_ ^ _ ._* $24,000,000 on what is Arab 'slave traders for years security, which i have done a lucrative business ucational measures. , . and possibly economic or other assistance." "On behalf of my government I wish this conference every success," he said. But he abstained from voting for the treaty out- ilawing an institution over which jthe United States had fought a ilong and bloody war. ; Copyright 1957. by Bell Syndicate. lac. you may pay them. FORM 1040 must be used to. claim the benefits of the lower tax rates lor a head of household. If you are divorced or legally separated from your wife at the end of the year, you may not claim her as an exemption, even if you paid her^support When a question of dependency the piano accompanist. A Tschaikowsky waits played by Mrs. Esther Griggs and j Joyce Dillavou on the new Stein* I way piano given the college recently. James Lillie, a Penn senior majoring in music, was master of ceremonies. Joan Savage and BUI Kildow presided at the refreshments table. ing equal rights, and a great. measure of home rule, to Algenas i g:3 million Moslems and 1.2 mil- i Ucn Frenchmen. nounced: But Mollet an- "France will never abandon Al! development," which reportedly is improvement of palaces. The printed page is still the Washington Evening Journal: j Several painful falls have been i reported lately, and they seem to: happen as readily inside the home! ·js outside. I geria." FRENCH GOVERNMENT gone to extraordinary lengths to strengthen its position for the j education, and' social services all U.N. debate and the vote which is expected to follow it. Mollet sent Pineau to Washington earlier this month to try to chiefly goes for payments to i carrying slaves from as far away Arabian tribesmen to maintain 1 a* French Equatorial Africa to their loyalty. Another $1,000,000 1 Saudi Arabia. In some cases, Ne- goes for what is called "general j groes have been traded for guns. In other cases, Moslem Negroes have been promised a free trip to Only 510,700,000 goes to health, Mecca thereby ensuring that they Secretary of State John Foster Dulles to support France. Dulles failed to give the desired a place in paradise. They with the most of the i aav® climbed happily aboard the balance going to the king's own i slave-traders' trucks, journeyed far.flung retinue. j to Arabia, and once there, have THIS GETS to the heart of the ,' *·« an-sted f or fllegal entry and assurance. most difficult problem facing the United States and President Eisenhower in the talks with Bong sold on the slave market. Female Negroes under fifteen not only give pleasure and profit to the thousands who read it, but will be a valuable reference sheet of local enterprise for years to come. We urge our patrons to read every word of it, for every column contains interesting matter and valuable information. And when the family has finished reading it send it to a fnend. Or better still, lav your copy away, and send an extra copy to some one who might be interested in one of the best towns in the middle west. Newton want people to be interested in you, let them talk about themselves. a^o called in to his Paris : Ottumwa Courier: Phil Horan. | a new member of the WapeHo county board of supervisors, said · when the county auditor hands his January warrant to him this ' week, he will receive a pay check for the first time in h i s life. Horan. 46 years old, has fanned since he was in school, and never i before has worked for anyone else. Growing, Progress, And Has A Future "The reasons we chose" Boone . . . were because it is growing, it is progressing and because we think it has a future." Those were the words we heard at a. church dinner the other evening. And they were music to our ears.* We believe, too, as does the man from another Iowa city just Marsballtown Tunes-Republican: Earber shopg m scarce m rjie ! Antarctic. Even the Duke of Edin- bur S h has raised a beard. more than 30 U.N. countries to' try to line them up on France's j side. If France lost Algeria, after losing Indochina and giving independence to Morocco and Tu- west and east, its position as a world power would be threatened. A new angle of the Algerian situation is that France has high hopes that it can suppiy all of its oil needs within 15 years from fields in the Sahara desert, mostly in Algeria. It has launched a S714 million five-year plan to develop the oil resources. . Communism in Sauoi Arabia, i sell for anywhere between J400 to $1,100, males for $400 to $500. UN slaves set free, owners, allowed to starve in » P« cent ^uffermg from : To combat this, th* king has ; established only t e n primary .schools in his entire nation of , nearly 7.000,000 people, and only . two high schools- President Eisenhower may con- slave-owners and atltJ SOME POLKS WHO SAT THEY WERE LED INTO TEMPTATION DID NOT NEED A LEASH XO DBAG THKM. Algerian Dispute Hears Show-Down By CHARLES M. MCCANN Cnited Press Staff Correspondent The Algerian dispute is approaching a show-down both in the United Nations and on the spot in French North Africa. Among the issues involved are France's future relations with its 847,500 square-mile Algerian possession, France's own future as a great power and France's relations with the United States. By demand of "anti - colonial'" Asian and African nations, the U.N. is to start debate this week-probably Wednesday--on the demands of Algerian nationalists for complete independence. In anticipation of the debate. Algerian rebels have ordered an eight-day general strike throughout the country. French Foreign Minister Christian Pineau is in New York to lead the French U-N. delegation during discussion of Algeria. PREMIER GUT MOLLET has ordered Pineau to giv* tbs facts,', Founded July 2. 1S50 Published daily except Su^dav bv the OSKALOOSA HERALD COMPANY 123 North Ma.ket, Oskalooss. loara A. K. Wallicg Editor Publisher C. L. Walling Business Kgr. Dial ORchard 3-25H BsWayce Foehlinger C-ity Editor Art Goshora Advertising Mgr. Scnolastic Honor no^ir, Kemr-er academy, Boon'eviile. Mo., to word received here ^' Jacfe p^^ wno was attending ] tjj e Massachusetts Institute of ! Technology, Cambridge, Mass., i "^ here ^^^S his grandmoth- ' er, Mrs. Willis Willhoit, and other , ' relatives and friends. warren E. H. G Circulation ilgr. Shop Foreman A dally ntt paid aver- for the T 1936. Official paper of Oskaloosa and Mahaska county. Cnited Press isased wire. Hember of Iowa Daily Press Assn. Iowa Press Assc Inland Daily FORTY YEARS AGO Tuesday, January so, 1911 Oskaloosa's new fire engine was to be delivered sometime during the month of May. Lewis Brothers. automobile garage had 16 new cars from the producing factory at Flint, Mich. This was equal to a showing of five whole car loads. ( The new First Presbyterian ; church, replacing the buUdUig de- jstroyed by fire, was to be ~dedicated nest Sunday. The program I TMi The question of slavery was debated extensively at Geneva by the United Nations last August and September, sad * convention finally adopted abolishing it. The United States, however, took an amazing position. It refused to sign. R u s s i a , Red China, and ! most of the other important coun- | tries of the world signed. But not the United States, Walter Kotschnig, representative of the United States, ex- 1 plained that while the United 1 States abhorred slavery, his gov- j eminent doubted "the efficacy of i any new convention." Then he pro: ceeded to give the shocking excuse jthat to sign such a treaty would ! interfere with the internal affairs jof other countries -- in other wo^ds, with the right of Saudi Arabia, to carry on slavery. "Many of the provisions of the proposed new convention," skid WHAT'S ON TV? 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