The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 13, 1966 · Page 5
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WASHINGTON Merry-Go-Round WASHINGTON - West Germany's leading news magazine, Stern, is the first periodical in the world to publish what may well be the real explanation for one suppressed part of the investigation of President Kennedy's death. Stern's senior editor Henri Nannen came to Washington to investigate the assassination, and talked with members of the Warren Commission. He is convinced that the Warren report is accurate and that no other assassin aside from Lee Harvey Oswald was involved. But Stern explains the suppression of the autopsy report on the grounds that President Kennedy was suffering from Addison's disease and his family did not want it known. This would have been revealed in the autopsy report. "The Kennedys had reason to keep silent," says Stern. "A sick Kennedy was killed in Dallas .... Kennedy had Addison's disease. This is not totally unknown; Theodore Sorenson mentioned it in his 'Kennedy' biography. "There is no medical reason why a man afflicted with this disease should not be President (since the illness can be controlled like diabetes), but politically Kennedy's illness could become dangerous. Addison's illness — it sounds sinister. Few Americans know of it and its symptoms. "For the Kennedys there was no doubt of the murderer- Lee Harvey Oswald." Continues Stern: "Already in 1964 Robert Kennedy told Egon Vacek, 'Don't you think I would do everything to get the real murderer if I had any doubts ?' - o - - ATTENTION TAX AGENTS t- Tips to Internal, Revenue: Check on Schick Safety Razors, a division of Eversharp, to see whether Patrick J. Frawley, Jr., chairman, charges off as legitimate advertising the Sunday supplement published in California Nov. 6, urging California voters to vote for Proposition 16. The Sunday supplement was billed as "a political advertisement," and therefore is not tax deductible... In Montgomery County, Md., you will find that Farm Bureau president George Lechlider wrote a potent political letter just before the election urging the defeat of Prof. Royce Hanson as Democratic Congressman. The Farm Bureau has a tax exemption . . . Also take a look at the vigorous political activities of Stefan T. Possony, sparkplug of the Hoover Library in Leland Stanford University, which also enjoys tax exemption on the basis of being nonpolitical. - o - -SACRED MUSIC BATTLE Constitution Hall, over which a famous controversy was waged when the Daughters of the American Revolution barred singer Marian Anderson,is now the scene of a different kind of controversy. This time the Baptist Ministers Conference, many of its members Negroes, is boycotting Constitution Hall because Puke .Ellington, famed Negro musician, DREW PEARSON played there Dec. 5 and the Baptists claim his music is not "sacred." The Duke is playing under the auspices of the Interdenominational Church Ushers Association, which is raising money for the Children's Hospital, Big Brothers and the Ionia Whipper Home. However, elder Negro leaders among the Baptists have risen up in wrath against a Duke Ellington concert which claims to be religious. "He is a nightclub showman," they contend. - o - - WORK OF ONE LADY- A unique conference took place in Washington last week, organized by one lady. The lady is Mrs. Agnes Meyer, widow of the late chairman of the Washington Post, and the conference is to promote public schools. The meetings illustrate what one citizen can do to help the nation. Mrs. Meyer, now almost 80, spent her early life as a teacher and welfare worker. She came to the conclusion that public schools were the backbone of America, that what built up a strong middle class in this country was .the fact that every child was entitled to a free education. Most Americans don't realize , it, but few other Western nations ' give their youth the same free public school education. Only the European communist countries have copied our system of free education. Attending its sessions, were educators and legislators from all over the nation, plus private citizens ranging from Gen. Omar Bradley to author John Hersey, to Ex-Gov. Terry Sanford of North Carolina, to George Gallup of the Gallup Poll, all contributing their time to helping make democracy live. - o - — HEROES WITHOUT. HEADLINES- Congratulations to the Madera Tribune for exposing the law fees received by California State Senator James M. Cobey from two irrigation districts at the same time Cobey was chairman of the California Senate's Water Resources Committee. It was this conflict of interest which chiefly contributed to Cobey's defeat .... Congratulations to Sherwood Ross of radio station WOL for taking on Washington, D. C., landlords in the "war on slums" in the nation's capital. Despite tenants' fear of eviction, they reported housing violations to Ross, who working with D. C. inspectors has reported 3,000 violations. An estimated 900 dwelling units have been cleaned up in Washington .... Congratulations to Marvin Sosna, editor of the Thousand Oaks News-Chronicle in California, for exposing shoddy building practices in the San Francisco Bay area. County inspectors have been wobbly and real estate interests have tried to boycott the News-Chronicle, but Editor Sosna is putting up a courageous battle against them, Congratulations to the Teamsters Union for launching a massive $2 million project to train 1,800 people, in southern California, in truck driving, auto mechanics and passenger-car driving. The Teamsters are working with the UCLA's Institute of Industrial Relations and are trying to help school dropouts. Armistead L. Boothe, Alexandria, Va. - Thanks for calling our attention to the fact that the 1924 law suit against Congressman Howard Smith of Virginia and William P. Woolls was dismissed by the Supreme Court of Appeals in Virginia. The main point of our column was to refute Congressman Smith's statement that his integrity had never been questioned prior to our earlier column. It had been questioned in this law suit, even though in the end he won. leal Estate Transfers SAIGON, VIETNAM — Kenneth W. Roeber, 22, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur A. Roeber, Wliit- temore, was promoted to Army Specialist fifth class Nov. 30 in Vietnam where he is a member of Headquarters Area Com- mind Vietnam. His new grade is equivalent to sergeant. Roeber is a personnel specialist in the commands's Headquarters and Headquarters Detachment. He entered the Army in July 1965. He graduated in 1962 from Whittemore Public High School. USS WALLER (DD-.466) — Electronics Technician Seaman Louis M. Tegtmeyer USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Tegt- LEGAL NOTICES IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY Probate No. 9048 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Clifton Benschoter, Deceased: TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF Clifton Benschoter, Deceased: You are hereby notified that on the 30th day of November, 1966, the last will and testament of Clifton Benschoter, deceased, bearing date of the 3rd day of March , 1941, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that Violet M. Benschoter was appointed executor of said estate. Notice is further given that any action to set aside said will must be brought in the district court of said county within one year from the date of the second publication of this notice, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is further given that all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against said estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance; and unless so filed within six months from the second publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) such claim shall thereafter be forever barred. Dated this 30th day of November, 1966. Violet M. Benschotei Executor of said Estate Algona, Iowa Shumway, Kelly & Fristedt Attorney (s) for said Executor Algona, Iowa Pate pf second publication: 13th day of December, 1966. (92 4 94) Tuesday, Dee. 13, 1966 -Algeria, (la.) Upper Des Moines engineer Dec. 2 at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. During his training, he received Instruction in combat squad tactics, use of infantry weapons and engineer reconnaissance, techniques of road and bridge building, camouflage His wife, Lennice, lives in Titonka. WOULD YOU BELIEVE... YOU CAN CHOP, SHRED AND BALE STALKS IN ONE OPERATION WITH THE BRADY FIELDMASTER? And that's not the whole story! Tlir Fieldinaster also convt-rts quickly for uri'i-n chop opera- lion. Or, couple it with your '2-row chopper and you tfet a •I-row chopper operation. BRADY FIELDMASTER 720 Just one trip thru the field with the 720 and your tandem baler is all you need to harvest haled stalks or straw for valuable bedding. Hrady lialer hood feeds stalks directly to pickup reels. You have to see this ."-in-1 ipachine wovk to really appreciate it. Ask us for a dcn.iinsl ration. BUSCHER BROS. IMPLEMENT 1015 No. Mctin ALGONA meyer of Route 1 Wesley, is a crewmember aboard the attack destroyer USS Waller, presently deployed with the U. S. Sixth Fleet in the Mediterranean Sea. The Waller is one of the Navy's fastest and most effective antisubmarine destroyers, armed with homing torpedoes and various other advanced anti-submarine warfare weapons. - o FT. LEONARD WOOD, MO.- Army Private Herman W. Harms, 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Harms, Sr., Titonka, completed advanced training as a combat AREA COMMUNITY COLLEGE, THREE (3) WHEREAS, The State Board of Public Instruction on October 28, 1966, did direct Zell Berryhill, County Superintendent of Schools in and for Emmet County, Iowa, to call and conduct a special election to choose the members of the initial governing board of the Area Community College officially designated as Merged Area (Educntion) Three (3) PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT a special election to elect a member of the governing board of said Area Community College from Director District VII will be held in the Algona Community School District, Kossuth County, Iowa, on the twenty- ninth (29) day ol December, 19GC. The polling place (s) (Precinct No. 1, Algona High School, and Precinct No. 2, Whittemore City Hall, and Precinct No. 3, RiverdaleCommunity Center Building) shall be at Algona, Whittemorf;, and Riverdale Community Center as defined in the resolution adopted November 14, 19G6, and the polls will be open between the hours of 12 noonandseveno'clockP.M. with voting precincts as follows : Precinct No._l_- All that portion of said school district lying within Cresco, Union, Plum Creek, Irvington, Wesley and Prairie Townships, including all incorporated cities and towns located in said townships, and the polling place for said election shall be at the Algona High School Building located at Algona, Kossuth County, Iowa. Precinct No. 2-All that portion of said school district lying within Lotts Creek and Whittemore Townships, including all incorporated cities and towns located in said townships, and the polling place for said election shall be at the City Hall in the Town of Whittemore, Kossuth County, Iowa. Precinct No. 3 - All that portion of said school district lying within Riverdale and Sherman Townships, including all incorporated cities and towns located in said townships, and the polling place for said election shall be at the Riverdale Community Center Building located in the Southwest Corner of the Southwest Quarter (SW 1/4) of Section Fifteen (15), Township Ninety-four (94) North, Range Twenty-nine (29) West of the 5th P. M., Kossuth County, Iowa. Terms of members of the board of directors shall be three (3) years except that members of the initial board of directors elected at the special election shall determine their respective terms by lot so that the terms of one-third (1/3) of the members, as nearly as may be, shall expire on the first (1st) Monday in October of each succeeding year. The newly elected board of directors shall organize within fifteen (15) days following their election upon the call of the Emmet County Superintendent o! Schools. /S/ Vaughn K. Rising Secretary AlgonaCommunitySchoolDistrict (93 & 94) I !-'.:•! n I :s £ a ii--r;ls § •It RGfl VK?T38 TAPE RECORDERS at TOM'S RADIO & TV ALGONA

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