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Wed At Whittemore Mary Ann Fickbohm, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Fickbohm, Rodman, became the bride of James T. Campney, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Campney, Emmetsburg, Sept. 3 at 10:30 nuptial mass. Father Philip Dailey performed the ceremony at St. Michael's Catholic church, Whittemore, in the presence of 200 guests. The bride is a graduate of Garrigan high school, Antonian School of Nursing and is a licensed practical nurse. The groom is 'a graduate of Ruthven high school and is a senior at Iowa State University. Merry-Go-Round IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIHIIIIIUIIIHN WASHINGTON - You're going to see some strange politics during the fall elections. First you will see Franklin Di .Roosevelt, Jr., rolling up a record Liberal party vote in New York State for governor probably • over, a .million, this.., will almost certainly- re*elect- Gov. Nelson Rockefeller, now IbVr'man on the polls. FDR, Jr., 1$ sore at old guard Democrats, remembers how his father bucked Tammany to get" the' nomination fp'r.....governor, and figures it is now or never in his own political career. In Michigan you will see the qor.author of the Landrum-Griffin Aci, Sen. Robert Griffin, Republican, getting the tacit labor blessing of the Teamsters and the building trades unions despite labor's one-time bitterness against his legislative baby. Griffin is now running a couple of percentage points ahead of former' 'Assistant Secretary of State C-. Mennen Williams, who was elected governor of Michi- gan^lfc times the greatest record in, Michigan history. in Georgia this week, the Democratic primary will show whether Atlanta's recent race riots will hurt moderate candidates. If the backlash of white voters against Negroes is strong enough later in the November ele'ction, a Republican, Con- gfeSsman Bo Callaway, will be elected 'governor for the first time in a hundred years. The outcome of the Georgia voting 'may be a portent of how strong the white backlash will be r 'in Illinois and California. In the Illinois Senate race, veteran Sen. Paul Douglas, Democrat, appears to be slightly behind liberal Republican Chas. Percy, former Bell and Howell executive. In California Gov. Pat Brown, liberal'Democrat, .is 'picking up strength as against conservative Republican -nominee Ronald Reagan,. , Brown, hitherto the underdog candidate, is expected to come out on top. However, it's an election year where predictions aren't worth much at this time. Anything can happen. . .<•. •. - 6 - •- U. N.'S DIM FUTURE - Deep -pessimism pervades U. N. circles regarding its future, with the exit of Secretary General Thant, and delegates pin the blame QJJ the United States. They argue that we weakened the U. N. by barring Red China and that China's absence is the reason why the Viet Nam dispute cannot be conciliated by the U. N. today. There is also criticism over our refusal to follow U Thant's advice to declare a lony moratorium on bombing Drew Pearson North Viet Nam as a prelude to peace talks. The critics ignore the Russian and French failure to pay their share of U. N. peace-keeping expenses, which is one of the main reasons for U Thant's exit. No matter who is to blame, ther-eiis 'no; easytoway'iout pf-;the v impasse' lefty by" IL-.Thanf's re-.-, tirement. - o - ' ' " -GOVERNMENT '& '"" CIGARETTES- The federal government, is working at cross purposes regarding the nation's health. The Public Health Service has just awarded $2 million in grants for anti-smoking projects — chiefly to educate high school students regarding the risk of cancer if they smoke. Simultaneously the government is paying 10 times more than this for tobacco price supports. Furthermore, the government in July began paying 5 cents a pound to subsidize tobacco exports. As between the two - the government drive to stop smoking and the government drive to promote tobacco - there is no question about who is winning. Output last year was a staggering 534 billion cigarettes — a record. .- o - - HARDING AND JFK — Researchers have discovered an interesting statement made by a Republican President, Warren G. Harding, more than 40 years before a Democratic President, John F. Kennedy, made a similar statement. On Jan. 20,1961, Kennedy said, "Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country." Forty years before, President Harding called upon Americans "to do something for your country rather than have your country do something for you." - o - -SOUTH DAKOTA AND SOUTH VIET NAM - The secret is now out as to why Secretary of State Dean Rusk is going all the way to South Dakota September 15 to dedicate Big Bend Dam, though Rusk is an expert on South Viet Nam, not South Dakota'. Inside reason is that Karl Mundt, the indefatigable, sometimes irrespresiible Republican Senator from South Dakota, is a member of the'Senate Foreign Relations Committee and, as Mch, prevailed on Rusk to go. Mundt has supported Rusk's policies in South Viet Nam; now wants Rusk to support Republican politicians in South Dakota. Rusk's trip will do exactly that, for th. ; Republicans nave now maneuvered so as to monopolize the TV tima during Rusk's appearance, shoving Democrats to the sidelines. Dams and their dedications have played a big part in South Dakota policies. In 1960, just before the Los Angeles Democratic Convention, Sen. Lyndon Johnson came to South Dakota to turn the first shovel of dirt for building the same dam which will be completed and dedicated in September. At that time a Democratic governor, Ralph H*rseth, was in office, and the Eisenhower administration, then going out of office, refused to send any bigwigs because it was election year and they didn't want to help the Democrats with publicity. This time the situation is reversed, with a Democratic administration in Washington helping Republicans in South Dakota. - o - -HOUSING SLUMP - Secretary of the Treasury Fowler gave a recent report to the Cabinet on the housing slump. He warned behind closed doors that housing construction will continue to decline the rest of this year but predicted it would pick up in 1967. He is counting upon two bills the administration is pushing on Capitol Hill. One provides an extra $3 biUlon in money by authorizing the Federal National Mortgage Association to buy mortgages from private lenders. This would free the lenders to loan more money for housing. The other bill limits the interest that commercial banks can pay on time deposits. This is a technical measure which should stop the drain on savings and loan associations, thereby freeing them to finance more homes. Fowler assured the Cabinet that these measures should go a long way toward ending the housing freeze. - o - - GERMAN GUN FOR U. S. - Some Army officers are privately protesting the big $70 million contract which the Defense Department has awarded to the German firm, Rhein- metall, the public relations client of Gen. Julius Klein - close friend of Sen. Dodd. Rheinmetall, though it used slave labor in Nazi concentration camps during the war, had failed to'jpay reparations to the' Jewish victims of 'those camps. Despite this, Gen. Klein, a Jew, pushed the big gun order for Rheinmetall anyway and finally succeeded. It's now revealed by Hanson Baldwin, military expert of the New York Times, that the gun manufactured by Rheinmetall has defects which American military men criticize strongly. - o - - CAPITAL NEWSCAPSULES- While Gov. Pat Brown of California was breaking ground for a big new desalination plant on the West Coast to make fresh water out of salt water, the Israeli government accepted a new desalination plant, built by the Baldwin -Lima -Hamilton Corporation, which is producing one million gallons of freshwater per day. This is an exceptional achievement because the water of the Red Sea is 30 per cent saltier than normal ocean water. I predict another huge desalination plant will be built in Southern Israel soon. ... Madison Avenue has won a temporary triumph in the battle against the ZIP code. Direct-mail advertisers have been fighting against a Post Office decree that all advertising circulars, in order to be delivered, must include the ZIP code in the address. The direct- mail advertisers brought pressure on the Post Office through Congressional members of the House Post Office Committee. Finally postal authorities agreed to postpone the deadline for using the ZIP code on advertising circulars until 1967. ST. JOE Mr. and Mrs. Adoloph Fuhrmann, Gainesville, Texas, spent the weekend here with Mr. Fuhrmann's sister, Mrs. Anna Faber and other relatives and friends. Relatives gathered at the Faber home on Sunday for a family reunion. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Asher and Jody, Englewood, New Jersey, Marjorie Bormann, Washington, D.C. and nephew Allan Cannon Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bormamv Davenport visited several days last week here in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Reding and family. Mrs. Asher, the former Sally Bor- mann, Marjorie Bormann and Mrs. Maurice Reding are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bormann. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Girres and family have moved into the new home on the farm of Mrs. Girres parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Reding, 4 miles northwest of St. Joe. The Girres moved from a home east of Bode. The Melvin Baas family had moved in the spring from the Reding fatm. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Zeimet, Angela and Robin were visitors here with Mr. Zeimet's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Zeimet and family and with Mrs. Zeimet's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Garland Bradley and Jerry in Algona before leaving for Cedar Falls. The visitors spent the summer in Oak Ridge, Tenn., where Bob attended the Institute of Nuclear Studies. He will continue at Cedar Fall with a Major in Science. Pfc. and Mrs. Richard J. Thul and infant son Thomas John, born on Sept. 7th at St. Ann hospital, Algona, were callers at the home of Pfc. Thul's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Thul on Sunday morning. Pfc Thul, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Thul, stationed at Monmouth, New Jersey, had spent a leave with relatives and returned on Sunday evening. Mrs. Thul and Thomas John are staying with her mother, Mrs. Maurine Harr, V.'esley. Janet Reding left on Sunday via plane from Fort Dodge for Colorado Springs after a 10 days visit here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Reding and other relatives and friends. Enrollment Down Enrollment in the Titonka school system the first few clays was 327, a slight drop from the 530 enrollment of last year. The high school showed an increase of 10, but elementary enrollment was down slightly. Turkey Supper ARMSTRONG -- St. Mary's Altar Society at Armstrong will sponsor a turkey supper from 4 to 8 p.m. on Sun., Sept 18, at the all-purpose room of the high school building. Rev. Walter Bruch is pastor. SUNFLOWER Glenn Hamilton, a teacher in Lake City, has grown a sunflower in his yard which is over eleven feet tall. The plant grew a foot in five days. Thursday, Sept. 15, 1966 Algona (la.) Upper bet Moines-7 ANNOUNCING We now offer the people in this area a complete service in commodity fjtures trading. For up to the minute quotes on all grain commodities, we will have a ticker tape in our office. Quotes from this tape will be transferred con- finously to our blackboard. Ample chairs will be provided and we invite you to come in and watch the markets at your own leisure. Buy and sell orders go direct to the trading floor of the Chicago Board of • Trade which means your order is filled and confirmed back to us in a matter of minutes. This applies to all grains traded on the Chicago Board of Trade. Also instant quotes on all stocks and bonds — both listed and unlisted. RAY ANLIKER CONWAY BROS., INC, 108 N. MOORE STREET ALGONA, IOWA PHONE 295-7031 ALGONA INDUSTRY WE SALUTE YOU! DURING INDUSTRY WEEK SEPTEMBER 12- Eiiiiiniiiiniiiiiii SPRINGING UP FROM THE WORLD'S RICHEST SOILJNDUSTRY NOW TAKES IT'S PLACE BESIDE AGRICULTURE TO FORM AN UNDEATABLE COMBINATION WE SALUTE ALGONA'S GROWING INDUSTRIES Funk Plumbing & Heating The ChrischUIes Store Hood's Super Valu Modern Dry Cleaners United Building Center North Iowa Sewing Machine Co. Read's Furniture Hutzeli Office & School Supply Carson's for Color Tavlor Implement Co. .Djustrom Furniture Co. Graham's Lindsay Soft Water of Algona Universal MJg. Co. Sheakleys Iowa State Bank Smoke Shop ' Zender'a Suiter's Davis Paint Kirk's Shoe Store Belli Slanrtard Service Home Federal Savings & Loan Ass'n Elk Cleaners Perclval Motors Rusk Drugs-Jewelry Harrison's Variety Algona Produce Co. Bomgaars 5 & 10 Leuthold-YVilliams (The Hub Clothiers) Frederick Hardware Shilts Brownbllt Shoe Store Coast-to-Coast Store Algona (JiTcnhoiiscs g & I. Dept. Store Foster Furniture Co. irons Heating & Plumbing Cowan Corporation J. C. Pennev to. Viking OH Co. Buscher Bros. Implement Kossuth Motor Co. Laing Plumbing & Heating Consolidated Co Op Creameries Wlltgen Jeweleri ( Joe Bradley Equipment Algona Flour & Feed Sherwin-Williams Paints Christensen's The Security State Bank Sharp's Jewelry Altfona Theatre Co. ScjuilU Bro^ Carat.'e & Oil Station Jack'* O. K. Tire Service Thorniu^as Co. of Algona Post Transfer & Storage Drug Taylor Motor Ce, No. Iowa Appliance Center Ludwig's Cafe Algona Implement Co. North Central Public Service Co. Algona Plumbing & Heating Dau Garage & Body Shop Ernie Williams — John Deere Upper Des Monies' Publishing Co. PROGRESS IS MEASURED BY A COMMUNITY'S GROWTH AND EXPANSION. ALGONA'S INDUSTRIES ARE PROGRESS

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