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2-Algona (la.) Uppftf D*» Maine* Tuesday, June 26, 1962 tippet flesfllomes II L HOW TO FINANCE NEW INDUSTRY **» A new extreme in the use of local tax lures to attract new industry appears to have occur- red recently in the tiny hamlet of Champ, Mo. As reported by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch: "A $3,250,000 revenue bond issue for construction of a manufacturing plant was approved without dissent by eight voters of the village -of Champ." The paper further explained that Champ contains only 10 adults eligible to vote. Yet this handful of people, operating as a village, plan to issue $3U million of bonds-and they have already found a market for the bonds with a Kansas City investment firm. The Post-Dispatch also explained the two tax gimmicks involved: First, interest on the Champ bonds will be "tax free," not subject to Federal income taxes; and it is planned to pay off the bonds from rental of the new factory, to be built for the R. C. Can Co., makers of fiber oil cans. Second, since the can company's new plant "will be municipally owned, it will escape most taxes paid by privately-owned industrial plants," the Post-Dispatch explained. • * * * "DUMMY" CANDIDATES Grundy Register — It was amusing to listen " on primary election night to the returns over TV and radio. The announcers seem to delight in the great victory some of the candidates were getting. Two of these "glorious" victories were Hickenlooper's victory for U. S. Senator over a candidate who had served a prison term for failure to register, and who was charged with having lost his citizenship. He was a made "lo order dummy candidate who received only a few votes and who should have not received •any at all. But the air broadcaster made him •appear like a real candidate. And there was the perennial candidate Ernest Seeman from Waterloo who put himself up to run against H. R. Gross. Seeman has run _for nearly every pulic office in the book and has never registered as high as 5^ of the votes. The broadcasters when they reported the vote for congress from the 3rd district made it sound ,as if H. R. Gross was winning another "great victory." We are sure our congressman didn't 'ask Seeman to run against him, nor that Hickenlooper had anything to do with getting an opponent to run against him at the primary just so he could come out of the primary with a ,,"big victory." There ought to be a (aw to prevent these nuisance candidates from getting their names ,on a primary or a general election ballot. * * * Trouble that looks like a mountain from a •distance, usually is only a hill when you get to it. — The Woodbine Twiner. JUST WHO REALLY IS THE "ENEMY OF BUSINESS"? We're a little perplexed to read and re read statements here and there inferring tha President Kennedy is "an enemy of business.' Nothing much along this line was said until he forcibly quashed a potential rise in the price o 1 steel. The proposed price increase has certainly not seemed necessary for the well-being of stee companies, most of whom since that time have issued new financial statements showing very nice profit margins with the prices prevailing. However, the mc.'i coplrolling steel also control a great man/ other tho-is, and since that hassle the "Kennedy is against business" image has been presented over and over. This we do not believe. But we would like to ask a question or two as to just who IS against business. And the business to which we refer is the small town business with which all of us are familiar. There was before the Congress, an Administration farm bill. This bill was designed to set up a permanent farm program with controls of acreage plantings adjusted to conform with existing surplus, plus a guaranteed price level for the producer. This bill is the type of thing that can mean economic stability for the entire middle-western agricultural area. With such stability, the business conditions of the area likewise improve. This the administration favors. And who opposed this program? Let us quote from a letter inserted as testimony in hearings now going on in Washington. It is from Martin Sorkin, a former economic consultant in the Ezra Taft Benson administration of agriculture, and NOW AN ECONOMIC CONSULTANT FOR COMMERCIAL SOLVENTS CORP., the firm that is involved in the Billie Sol Estes financial structure and manipulations. Mr. Sorkin wrote a letter to the president of Commercial Solvents in which he said (under date of Sept. 11, 1961): "The Republican national committee and "WHAT'S FREEDOM. MOTHER? Cresco Chums 4-H The June Workshop of the Cresco Chums 4-H club was hold June 16 at Mrs Smith's home. Marcia FROM THE FILES OF THE ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES JULY 1, 1952 * * * A. M. Quinlard. principal of thf Eagle Grove junior-senior high school for the past nine years, was named Kossuth county superintendent of schools fallowing tne resignation of A. E. Lauritzen. Mr Quintard was slated to arrive about the first of July and was to be shown the ropes of the job by Mr Lauritzen, who was slated to move to Wisconsin Aue. 1. Mr Lauritzen was later recognized for lis foresight and attempts «,i. school reorganization — but many gave him quite a bad time over the whole situation. Since his resignation, school reorganizations have been completed in practical ly all portions of Iowa — and there's more to come. He was tne pioneer in the field. A preliminary announcement of the Kossuth on page one gram for the fair, slated to run Sabin was appointed assistant re- *«6. 13-16, had not been released, porter. Talks were given by Marilyn Roethler and Lucille Gade and finger painting was led by Famous last line from Odds and Ends — Well, halitosis is better FROM THE FILES OF THE ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES JUNE 30, 1942 * * * Eugene II. Htitchins was the unanimous choice of the city council to fill the unexpired term of Frank Kohlhaas, recently appointed mayor, at a regular meeting here Thursday night. He was named to the third ward council post. Kohlhaas was named mayor following the death of Mayor J. F. Overmyer, who succumbed to a heart attack three months after Rosemary Gisch. guest. Ann Smith was than no breath at all. (How true) — Charley Kuhn. 9.'!, one of Aljro- - ADS BRING RESULTS na's better known residents, died You Can Address Questions To Him At BOX 66 KALISPELL, MONTANA Under 21 , A . •. ,<• »A column for teon-apers By Don Halllgon The following seems quite appropriate at this time with all the talk of increased foreign trade: 33ppcr pcs the chairmen of the House and Senate Republican campaign committees held a secret meeting to which I was invited. The objective of this meeting was to develop the basis for a continuing attack on the Administration's efforts on the farm front. It was agreed it was not the responsibility of the Republicans to PROPOSE SOLUTIONS but to criticize the Administration wherever feasible. This included varying the basis for the attack DEPENDING UPON THE AREA POLITICAL SITUATION." The capital letters are ours, not the writer of the tetter. To reason this out, it appears to us that the Kennedy administration is trying to help the farm economic situation, and in turn the business men of the smaller towns and cities in rural areas. The opposition is doing everything it can to OPPOSE this program. the observance. Now just who is an enemy of business? u u j i Whil<> lli "« in « ho( ' ts '" h( ' r «ar- Now the proposed farm bill has been de- I den MonclaVi Mns ., os( , nh Do()|( . y found a freak beet. The root tapered to the thickness of a piece of twine and measured y.i inches m length. The beet must have put an emergency measure only. Perhaps the law more than necessary in the root, feated, with every Republican member of the House except one voting against it, and a handful of Democrats also. The present feed grain program expires at the end of this year; it was 111 E. Call Street— Ph. CY 4-3535— Algona, Iowa Second clasi postage paid at Algona, Iowa Issued Tuesday in 1962 By THE UPPER DES MOINES PUBLISHING CO. of "supply and demand" which the Farm Bureau leaders have so vigorously supported along with most of the Republican members of Congress, will come into being next year. If it does, the roof will fall in on American agriculture and on every small town and city R. B. WALLER, Editor & Publ.sher DON SMITH, News Editor MERLE PRATT. Advertising Mgr JACK PURCELL. Foreman that depends for most of ^ell-being cf agriculture. its business on the because it was only about the size of a lemon, while many of her other beets were much larger. Tho Thursday. .June 1!.V issue of the Fenton Reporter contained an draw, read and play the piano. Her address is 320 East "Federal Street, announcement from Editor Bob Schwartz that the paper planned to .suspend publication for the. Allentown, Pa. Lynn McNally says she wants pen pals around the age of 15. Her --- address is Box 322, Kawkawlin, Mich, duration of World War II. Iv.b was slated to enter the armed pcn pa ls forces July 10. and hU altt-mpis Actor Mickey Rooney has filed a petition of i to employ help to operate the NEEDED A BUSINESS COURSE voluntary bankruptcy. He listed debts owing of newspaper had failed. Hob also $484,914 and announced that just as M,on as the Girls and boys of 12 and 13 are invited to write to Lida Dinkel. Lida's address is Box 59, RH 1, Victoria, Kansas. Lynda Lee would like to hear from girls of 13 and 14, especially NATION At EDITORIAL would rcceue for any time they had lirne of suspension. credit at the NATIONAL REPRESENTATIVE American Newspaper Representatives, Inc. 404 Kil'.h Ave , New VOIK ,a, N Y. SUBSCRIPTION RATES IN TRADE AREA Onr Yi-.il ii. ,,il\ j.i, <• s , TO Both Aleoi.d papi-rs. n, < ,jn,rur,,,l u... pn \,., r >,(, ou SUBSCRIPTION RATES OUTSIDE AREA One V'c;tr. m dd\.,mi i-, ,„, Bolli AlKoi.ii iA.pt-!> in >,,:i,.„„„•,.„. ,,(.-, , L ,, r £ w No SUDM-ription Ic^h lh,iu b inu.;!h>. OFFICIAL CITY AND COUNTY NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING RATES ON REQUEST assets of $500 worth of household goods and | war <-'n''«l, publication of the He- those who live on ranches and farms. Lynda has her own horse and • • porter would again begin and sub- likes to read books and study the piano. Her address is Route 1, Box 7-A, Apple Springs, Texas. Several Indianapolis, Iiul., girls are asking for pen pals. Karen Kambaud of 4501 Farrington Avenue would like a girl pen pal of \'i or 13. Laura Williams would like to hear from boys and girls of 10 to 13 years of age. Laura, who lives at 1849 East 4!)th Street, is a Girl Scout and likes .swimming and Softball. Linda 'Fugue, nearly 14, wants pen pals of 12 to 15 and likes all sports. Her address is 4955 C'amden. Debra Anderson want a girl pen pal of II or 12 and she lives at 4519 Farrington Avenue. Mary Margaret Gulley lives in Carmel, Ind., and is 14. Her address is Kit 2, Box 345. * f * Dear Dan: Hosv can you refuse a boy a dance without making a scene or hurting his feelings? Don't tell me to say "I'm sitting this one out" because I've used that excuse all I can. I don't like this boy and I don't want anything to do with him. — B. R. Dear ». It.: You can use the "I'm not dancing this one" time after time. That's about the only thing you can say and still remain diplomatic. Anything else you might say would be downright rude. clothes, period ! During his lifetime, M.ckey made several ' million dollars with comparative ease. But somewhere he lost track of the art of keeping lab on private finances. If only Mickey had included a good business course in his education, things mioht have been different. In the meantime, the government is asking about $106,686 it claims is due m back income taxes, and three ex-wives are asking about their combined monthly alimony payments of $5,000. No wonder he s m trouble, but we still say he should have been able to come up with a little more than $500 in assets from an income through his best years that totaled almost four million dollars. The feature picture on pagr one of the I tJ.\! showed a group ot Algona men just before they left to work on the Alcan road. The only one shown who still maki s Ins residence here wa.-, f'huck M< Va\ Se\eral of the others, howe\er. were well-known resident* here several years ago. A bii^ musical, which probably had In tie or no plot, uas slated i If be the feature attraction at the Through on error, an employee's pay en- i V ' u ( ; '" "'eater here. Entitled velope contained a blank thought," he said gloomily, handing it to his wife, my deductions have finally caught up wilh my salary." check. "Just'as l ! '' S> " t '" l 'f"° r l"' the a " amt ' n< "" dance band, including Charlie ' arnet, Benny Goodman Jack Joe Dear Dan: Why do parents complain so much about today's dances Klman, Harry when they na(J thcjr own fj ancea 15 an d 20 years ago and they were .Gene Krupa, j ust the same as ours v _ Curious. PRINTING? YOU NAME IT! WE DO IT! Commercial Printing By Letterpre^, Qifal »r Pleneogrephy; §nqp-9yt Sale* Book?; Register Tickets. AH type* of bv^ine^ fqrm;. - UPPER DES AAQ|NE§ PUBLISHING CO. ALGONA Dear Curious: The principal reason is that because, regardless of inoueh to show during the were ••Twin Bed:, ', uith J'jan BemiL-tt. George Brent and Mi.->(ha Auer. a Walt DIMIL-> special. "Fantasia", and "Miss Annie Koom-\ ', v, ith Shirley Temple, William Gargan, Gu> Kibbee and Dakit; Mouie. Mi Thursday following a one-week illness. Funeral services were held in the Methodist church here Monday afternoon. Mr Kuhn came to Kossuth county with his parents in 18G9 and had been a resident of Algona for i!3 years. Survivors included a son, Gordon, Algona. * * * Wonder liow many applicants {hey had for these two posts! Applications were being accepted to fill the position of substitute clerk and substitute carrier for the Algona post office. Beginning rate of pay was $1.G1"2 per hour, but there probably wasn't a big rush for the jobs as there was for one job 10 years later. * * * A wave of juvenile delinquincy, which had snow-balled in Kossulh county since schools let out tor the summer, was causing all kinds of problems for area law enforcement officers. Two hearings were slated to be held in Judge G. W. Stillman's juvenile court — and a total of 10 juveniles were involved! One group of seven youngsters ranged in age from nine to IB and the other group of three were IB and 17 year olds. The latest destructive acts ran the gamut from broken windows to completely ruining railroad signal lights along the Milwaukee Road right-of-way. The district probation officer reportedly had more than he coul:l handle in the way of probation cases. * * # George Lee of Humboldt hail little trouble winning the Algona Amateur Golf Tournament with a 185 total, which beat second piace finisher Don Webb by seven strokes. The champion qualified with a 77 on his first l-'i, five over par, then finished by equalling par on the final 18 holes played. * * * The S & L store here had a white hat sale going on — with regular $3.95 hats selling for $2. Meanwhile, down at the Council Oak store, Chris Walluknil was selling 10 Ibs. of potatoes for 49 cents; large cantaloupe for 23 cents; and big rings of bologna for 39 cents. Hoenk. Algona Junior Legion pitcher, ran his string of no- hit innings to 29 — which included four straight no-hit games. Three of the contests went the regulation seven innings, the fourth went five frames and he also had three hitless innings in a fifth appearance to rack up his neat record. BURT NEWS Several Burl ladies were entertained of the Grotle home in Algona Saturday in honor of the 85th birthday anniversary of Mrs Sara Ollom who is staying at the Grotte home. Attending were Helen Wieske, Neva Ollom, Edith Chipman. Mayme Schrader, Cora O'Keefe, Bertha Wallace, Clara Van Sternberg, Lottie Iscnberger, Nellie Clark, Evelyn Ollom and Anna Prcsthus. Mrs Helen Johnson, Mary Baer, Jane Larsen and Mrs Jim Gade, Algona, spent Thursday in Mankato at the home of the former's daughter and family, the Dean Heeds. Mrs Marie Dreyer and Janicfc accompanied Mrs Monte Hiatt| Cylinder, to Cedar Rapids where they visited with the ladies' cousin, Raymond Gremmels, Monday. On Tuesday Mrs Dreyer entered University hospital, Iowa City, for medical care and tests. __ .._ u __ Dear Dan: This is a problem three of my friends have as well as he was named to the posTfoHow- myself and I'm sure other girls have it too. We graduated from high ing the sudden death of Mayor C. school early in June and because none of us intend to go to college, we F. Specht. Dr. L. W. Fox had want to get jobs as soon as possible. been appointed fourth ward conn- The trouble is that around here there are no jobs available. We cilman when Mayor Overmyer took ha ve two factories and I don't feel I should waste a four-year coin- office, mercial course on factory work. . « • There have never been many job opportunities or future here for' Ralph filbert. Algona firo chief, young people and the adults can't see it. I like my hometown but was one of more than 300 firemen making a living here is out of the question. from all over the state of Iowa We four girls want to move to a nearby large city where we'll who attended a short course at have better job opportunities and can lead our own lives. Please don't Ames four days last week. Prob- K ct me wrong. I'm not abandoning my parents now that I'm out of lems of fire fighting were discuss- high school but I have my life to lead and I should be able to, don't ed at length during the session. y, ou Uiink? • * * Dear G.: Your're right in saying this is a problem common to many All Algona stores were going to communities and many high school graduates. You're right enough remain open until 10 p.m. Friday so r have to a 8 ree witn - vou - , ... due to the fact the following dav I nate to sec families break up but parents can t expect to keep was July Fourth — and all busi" their cnildrcn homc indefinitely. Here in my own community we have ness places planned to clu.se fur tho same situation. Except for downtown businesses, stores and the r ' • v»* i :i, „_ ;_i „..„ ,,„„,,„_ „ l V'T. «... n't Ir *i<-«n •* lij-. i» titt,l /I.in-it <it Hi n 1 r*/-"! 1 DR. D. D. ARNOLD Chiropractor Above Penney's MONDAY - WEDNESDAY - FRIDAY ALGONA Professional Directory INSURANCE like, jobs arc seasonal. You can't keep a boy tied down at the local shoe store when he has a flair for electronics. Neither can you keep a girl in a factory or a mill when her heart is set on an office job, new friends and new social outlets. Parents know as much deep down in their hearts but it's tough to recognize. Go and good luck. * * * Three Pennsylvania girls living in the same community, Bethlehem, are asking for pen pals. Diana Yuhas is 12 and says she enjoys swimming, reading and baking. Her address is 421 Maple Street, Bethlehem, Pa. Mary Jeanne Olexa is 15, lives at 928 Sullivan Street in Bethlehem and says she enjoys reading, pop tunes, sports, knitting ant! movies. Eleanor Zelko is 12 and likes swimming, baking and skating. Her address is 325 Wall Street, Bethlehem, Pa. Patti Frdorak didn't include her age but she says she likes to A. J. (Arnie) Rlcklefs Hospitalization Health & Accident Life — Auto — Fire — Hail 2 E. State CY 4-4529 ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY J. R. (Jim) KOLP Surety Bonds — All Lines of Insurance CY 4-3176 206 E. State BLOSSOM INSURANCE AGENCY All Lh.es of Insurance Automobile - Furniture Loan 7 N. Dodfio Phone CY 4-2733 re.Ss In IJOA ,l^i, l\u\>i\d\> nil, mi\.n. Leonard McCreary is a 13-year-old North Carolina boy and wants pals of all ages. His address is Route 2, Pilot Mountain, N. C. BOHANNON INSURANCE SERVICE 5 N. Dodge Phone CY 4-4443 Homo - Automobile - Farm Polio Insurance KOSSUTH MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION Over $74,000,000 worth of in- sui'u c'C in force. CY 4-3756. /ia Scuffham, Sec'y HERBST INS. AGENCY For Autn, llou.se, Household Goods, and Many Other Forms Phone- CY 4-3733 Ted S. Herbs! Farm Bureau Mutual Ins. Co. Affiliated with tarm Bureau Auto (with $10 Deductible) Life - Ilajl - Tractor Phone CY 4-3351 Don Stark, Mgr. ROCK.BOTTOM KATES Harold C. Sundet r>»'!.'.*».«. ml CY 4-2341 DALE W. LOCKWOOD Tne Equitable 1 Life Assurance Society Of The United States Burt, Iowa Phone 201 ~ ItlCHARD A. MOEN Representing FEDERATED INSURANCE Modern One-Stop Insurance Service Business — Home — Car — Life Phone CY 4-4955 P.O. Box 33/ Algona, Iowa Dmr Dun: Is a girl of 15 too old to spank on her birthday- — S. G. Dear S. G.: I'm sure her parents would think so — especially where a boy friend is concerned. » * * Dear Dan: I returned this boy's ring, a going steady ring, last week and tonight 1 saw another girl wearing it. 1 also know he has told her he bought it specially for her. Should 1 tell her about it and also tell her what kind of boy he is? He's selfish and wants his own way all the tune — Wanting to Help. Dear U anting: Don't spoil an illusion. Maybe he bought the ring for you and maybe a dozen other girls wore it before you came along but let this girl enjoy herself. He's no longer any concern of yours and as Long as he never did anything really wrong, stay out of this. JOHN T. TIELKBFJN Lutheran Mutual Life Ins. Co. "An old Line Legal Reserve Co." 114 So. Main Box 412 Algona, la. Ph. CY 4-4539 I KCHIIlil. l.'i. Mill of and Mis John Keinna. who liu-ij wes.1 of \\est liend, .suffered a |j,,in- lui injury when he cut his right loot in a mower while mowing hay. He wu.s treated b> a local doctor then taken to a Fort Dodge ho.-,- pital lor treatment and ob.senu- Dear Dun: I came to this country a year ago and 1 would like to lion He was reportedly coming gel a pun pal fur my daughter. Her name and address are as follows: ai ""fa fun-. Jenny Cauiino, 170 Laulcr Struct, Lithulund, Lhupool 21, England. Farm Carlioa Farm Management Company 12 Vz N Dodge Ph. CY 4-aasj "Chiropractor Or. D. D. Arnold Over Penney's Office Phone — CY 4-3373 Hours: 9:00 — 5:00 Open Friday Night Monday—Wednesday—Friday Dr. William L. Clegg 521 E. State St. Hours: 9:00 — 6:00 thru Sat 9:QO —' 9:00 Friday Ph. Off. CY 4-4077 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. D. Physician & Surgeon 218 W. State Street Offics phone CY 4-2353 Resident phone CY 4-2614 CAROL L. PLOTT. M. D. 110 JM. Moore Street Practice Limited to Surgery Office Hours by Appointment CVpress 4-4864 Office CYpre.ss 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 DR. L, L. SNYDER 113 East State Algona Telephone CY 4-2715 Closed Saturday Afternoons Dr». SAWYER and ERICKSQN Eyes Examined — Contact Lenses Hearing Aid Glasses 9 East State Street Phone CYpress 4-2196 Hours: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Saturday Afternoon* DR. C. M. O'CONNOB Visual Anaylsis & Visual Training Contact Lenses 108 South Harlan St (Home Federal Bldg.) PHONE CY 4-3743 DENTISTS PR. KAR^ R. HOFFMAN Office in Home Federal Bldg, Of lieu phone CY 4-4341 PR. J, B. HARRIS, JR. At 622 E. 8t»tt Phona CY 4-2334 Credit Bureau Of Ko.ssutb County Collectrite Service Faclbilt Reports 'm-W4 - AJgona, ia.

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