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3-Algana (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, September 11, 1962 tippet Desfltomes THE RIGHT TO STRIKE Anyone who so desires, can always quit a job; there's no law that says you have to remain in one spot. And, anytime an organized group desires to go out on strike, they have a right to do so, within limits of law and order. In some occupations, this strike, however, must be preceded by honest efforts to mediate a settlement thrlough Federal channels. But nobody ever wins in a strike. The wages lost by those striking are seldom made up in following years, even if pay raises result. And strikes result in losses even to those not striking, because in some cases other, non- striking union members are required to contribute into a strike relief fund for those out on strike. As a matter of fact, everyone loses, probably the striker more than the concern that is struck. We wonder if the Chicago & North Western Railroad, for example, is too worried about the present strike. It does not seem to be. The railroad is at a standstill. But if the road has .been losing money as it claims, then it loses less t>y not operating at all. There has to be good common sense, on teoth the part of labor and management, in any situation. Unless a company can make a profit, it cannot remain in business, it cannot employ workers, and union leaders certainly must be aware of this. Nobody denies a union the right to strike, .but one can wonder if in the long run, any strike can benefit the strikers in today's era of minimum wage standards, 40 hour weeks, and Ather built-in protections for the working men and women. BANKRUPTCY - THEN AND NOW In the last 10 years, bankruptcy filings have increased in the United Sfatfes by 400 percent. Of that total, 90 percent are individuals going bankrupt and 10 percent are businesses, according to court records. Going bankrupt, it seems, has been made easier and more inviting with the passing years. Generally, unless fraud is proved, the bankrupt gets a legal discharge fr6m his debts and the people he owes can just write it off as a bad debt. The bankrupt is free from harassment on old debts, and can then s*art running up brand new debts, creditors willing, and in six years h can go bankrupt again. This all proves very interesting, and also unfortunately inviting for those whose debt seem to be surmounting their credit balances. However, if was not always so. In the days of the old Romans, the law permitted a creditor to kill a debtor and divide his body, or to sell him into slavery for the debt. Just what good dividing his body would do is not explained. Debtors' prisons were a feature of early-day American life and were a part of the penal code. Why bankruptcies are rising is a question that is absorbing lawyers, economists and sociologists, it seems. But right down at the root is the fact that our own revision of laws over the years has made it inviting to solve problems via the bankruptcy courts, that credit selling has made if easy to buy but hard to pay, and that STRICTLY BUSINESS ^SMELLS GOOD, TOO Le Mars Globe-Post - A Grant township fflymouth County) farmer is reported to have made a startling new scientific discovery, the discovery that extract of vanilla can be used as 0 lotion to keep away gnats and mosquitos. The Globe-Post was unable to ascertain the name of the benefactor of humanity who discovered that nice-smelling vanilla is more effective to ward off the pests, which are especially mean this year, than the evil smelling concoctions usually sold for this purpose. Word got around; others fried it and now ff is reported that everybody in GranMownship smells pretty Jasty because of the coafing""of vanilla. Vanilla does not contain xly-60-rzl or other mysterious chemicals. The best definition that fias been made by a school kid who said, "it's the opposite of chocolate." *_ Vanilla can be bought at any grocery store or drug store. No prescription is required. * * * ~—• "; He who indulges, bulges. we no longer possess the sense of honor which used to exist, in the days when the highest compliment you could pay a person was to say "His word is good." * * * EFFORT TO WIN STUNT RACE This nation's "great hurry" to get to the moon and other planets has been likened by former President Eisenhower to a "mad effort to win a stunt race." At the present moment we are spending something like 20 BILLION a year in the effort, a news magazine reports. Not many of us can really visualize the expected results from this project. To put a man on the moon and bring him back is expected to cost between $20 billion and $40 billion alone, for this one effort. Defenders of the program assert that the U. S. cannot afford to neglect the effort. Military men say outer space is "high ground" from which fo observe and fake action. To most of fhe resf of us, with feet on the earth, we can well wonder if the tremendous expenditure of natural resources and the life blood of tax revenue is aimed at progress, or disaster, in these space ventures. "What do you mean, I don't get along with others!" house for college students at Ames. Mrs Balgeman and the Bergmans left for Ames last week and Mr Balgeman planned to go there when field work was completed this fall. • * • By a vote of 4-2, Algeria's city council passed on the first reading a proposed ordinance which would lead to a special election here on the question of whether or not citizens favored granting a natural gas franchise. A 25- year franchise was being asked by the Perry Gas Co. of Perry and the vote Thursday night by the council virtually assured the company the question would come to vote. • • * The Algona fire department hadn't been called for about a month — but the past week more than took care of the period of rest. Three calls were answered Wednesday and Thursday. First call was to Diagonal street here where a fire under an auto was extinguished. About 1 a.m. Thursday, fire trucks zipped to the home of Mr and Mrs Leon Laird on North Wooster street where heavy damage resulted to two cars and the garage near the house, then late the following afternoon fire- BONE Roy Linton, an engineer for Western Engineering Co,, recently found a bone in a gravel "pit horth- eafet of Fiscus, 30 feet below gravel ground level. The large bone was very Hkely softie huge pre-hlstoric creature. DICKY& DAISY l£te' P'^SB^""- - - v - ®^ilif •!! /i o ^H "-VV?-?;* water moccasin. FROM THE FILES OF THE ALGONA LI'PER DES MOINES SEPT. 15, 1942 1'iiflor the direction of Ernst Thiel. 25 men and one woman. Mrs W. K. Ferguson, were taking lessons in black-out drills at the Legion hall here. Men in attendance came from several parts of the county besides Algona and activities of black-out wardens were discussed. There was much interest shown by those in attendance. • • • When John Lentsch. Algona bar laie LUC luiiuwiug ctllCl I1UUI1 IirK- Bellamy and Eugene Pallette and men went to the farm of R. N. "Swamp Water" with Walter Bren- Bickert, about 5V4 miles northwest nan, Walter Huston, Anne Baxter of Algona where fire broke out in and Dana Andrews. One scene baled hay and completely des- in the last named flicker was un- troyed the hay and barn. The fortgetable — Brennan leaned barn was practically destroyed be- dcwn to get a drink of water and fore the fire truck arrived, was struck in the face by a deadly * * * Algona high school's football team surprised Emmetsburg, 19-0, in the season opener for both teams at Emmetsburg Friday night. Jim Scanlan, Darrcl Steven and Dave Devine scored the touchdowns that gave the locals victory. Statistically, Algona outgained the losers, 265-69, rushing and passing. The Bulldogs were slated to open their North Central Conference 1 season with a trip to Clarion Fri' day night. 10 YEARS FROM THE FILES OF THE ALGONA UPPEU DES MOINES SEPT. 16, 1952 A total of 32 carloads of Kossuth county hay had been shipped to drouth-stricken areas of the south, where cattle were, in some instan- Not one to specialize in the use ces > without feed. Instructions had —.... n._ TTT^,. i:,._ ., _ , been received here for another hay GOOD HEALTH IS THE BONUS WE GET BY DRINKING MILK FROM CONSOLIDATED ber, joined the U.S. Navy at Des of poetry, the UDM lifts the ban been received here for ar Moines in March, he was invited to in this column to reprint the fol- sn 'Pment of 40 carloads of ..„., show many of the officers at the lowing nifty from Odds and Ends— from Kossuth. The hay went to recruiting station some of his When he was 20 he painted the Tenn essee, Georgia and Alabama. Upper iU-s BUiincs -111 E. Call Street—Ph. CY 4-3.735--A'.gona, I nva Second^clss» postage paid al Algona. Iowa Issued Tuesday in 1W2 By 'THE UPPER DES MOINES PUBLISHING CO. H. B V.'ALI.KR. Kau., ; & Publisher DON SMITH, NV.v, Edi'.v MKHI.K PRATT. Adv.•:-,,.„.' M cr JACK PUKCK1.I.. Foreman ' EDITORIAL NATIONAL REPRESENTATIVE Aim-i,e,.i .New.,,;,,,,.,. Itopro-ontatn es Inc •i 11 -) I- .!'.!. .V, i V V. ^SUBSCRIPTION RATES IN TRADE AREA '•>''> \ . ' ' '' ¥' n * n SUyBSCmPTI °N RATES OUTSIDE AREA.' H'.'.P, \ ••••"• ,; Si i>o OFFICIAL CITY AND COUNTY NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING RATES ON REQUEST - BIG SUBSIDY TO AIRLINES Iowa Falls Citizen — Almost unnoticed midst the hue and cry in Washington — and some local political circles — about the "scandalous" farm subsidies is a report on the amount of Federal subsidies paid each year to the nation's airlines. A total of 63 scheduled airlines are operating in the United States and, of this number, 27 receive direct Federal subsidies. During the first quarter of 1962 individual subsidies ranged from 510,527 to $2,045,789. The total quarterly bite was S20.5 million. This would mean an annual handout of more than $82 million. These subsidy figures don't include air mail payments. Nor do they include the millions spent each year for Federal participation in airport improvements which make it possible for the airlines to expand and improve the services. These were out-and-out handouts. This is not necessarily to condemn the airline subsidy program. Only through government aid could many small, isolated communities have direct air service. Hundreds of towns and C'tes, particularly in the west, are examples of this. However, it does serve to point up the inescapable fact that Federal assistance is g,ven in many areas and is an economic fact of life Those who consistently and blindly condemn '-uch ass,stance to agriculture are being something short of realistic. magic iricks — and John reportedly put on a good show. He was apparently still putting on a good show, for he had recently been serving as a hospital apprentice with possible promotion to pharmacists mate by the navy at San Diego, Cal. John, originally from .Livermore, was employed as a ffipfoer for H z years before enlistment in the navy by C. H Clement here. * * * The Bancroft Lions were held to one scratch hit by Johnson. Algona pitcher, but managed to score a run in the first inning to When he was 20 he painted the town; He said, "When I marry I'll Schools at Bancroft opened Mon- settle down." dav > witn 486 enrolled at St. John's When he was 40 and had found Academy and 51 at the public a wife, school, including 24 in kindergar- He was still frfsky and too full ten of life. * * * Then he reached 60 and said II har(11 y seemed possible that "I'll retire." ' Thanksgiving was so close. But He slowed up a bit but was still Fern Specht, rural Algona, had her Full nf fii'n a *^ *** ****» i rr\»>r ««,j ..._« *.._i_* Professional Directory INSURANCE Now he is 80 — had no teeth and no hair. But he's got new tires on his old wheelchair. » • « Mr and Mrs (IrorRp Malgoman ad in the UDM and was taking orders for birds to be delivered late in November — just as she is still doing it. A. J. (Arnie) Ricklcfs Hospitalization Health & Accident Life — Auto — Fire — Hail 2.E. State . CY 4-4529 £ REUNION All together for the first time You Can Address Questions To Him At BOX 66 KALISPELL, MONTANA _„,. . ----.-.. ..,,, l( , ;, lr ,,,,„ . Tlrs ,, rnr[ .e isaigrman AII logemer tor tne tirst time register a 1-0 victory over the Kos- of West Bend and Mr and Mrs in 32 years are the 13 brothers suth County Baseball League All- Bob Bargman of Algona purchased and sisters of the late Chris Peter- Stars at Bancroft Sunday. The The Manor, a 40-room rooming sen family of Armstrong. All-Stars managed to get five hits off Schneider of the- winners, but failed to score. Friday night, the Algona police department and highway patrol held a "stop and visit" party ;it the intersection of State and ." streets here, and from 8 to p.m. warnings and tickets wi,, ,, sued to no less than 71 motorists More than 200 were stopped -luring the period. Most of the warn Dcar Oan: The teen ' a g ers on °" r street would like some advice. mg slips were given for inoperative You see ' our P arents arK ' tne neighbors object to everything we do. We equipment. don't like some of the same shows they do on television and the ones The Presbyterian rlnirch h< was planning to ohseru ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY J. R. (Jim) KOLP Surety Bonds — All Lines Of Insurance CY 4-3176 206 F. State 'A column for ' DoriH alUgan U.<^«*'- " , BLOSSOM INSURANCE AGENCY All Lines of Insurance Automobile — Furniture Loan 7 N. Dodge CY 4-2735 Chiropractor Dr. D. D. Arnold Over Pcnney's Office Phone — CY 4-3373 Hours: 9:00 — 5.00 Open Friday Night Monday—Wednesday—Friday Dr. William L. Clrgg 521 E. State St. Hours: 9:00 — 6:00 thru Sat. 9:00 — 9:00 Friday Ph. Off. CY 4-4677 Res. CY 4-3463 DOCTORS BOHANNON INSURANCE SERVICE 5 N. Dodge Phone CY 4- 143 Home — Automobile — Far n Polio Insurance KOSSUTH MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION Over $74,000,000 worth of insurance in force. CY 4-3756. Lola Scuffham, Sec'y anniversary special services slated for Wednesda day the K5m of its founding with equipment. ' aon't IIKB some ot tne same shows they do on television and the ones we do like are repeats. So, no television. About 6 or 7 o'clock, we're left with nothing to do until bedtime. We can't play any games such as basketball, croquet, baseball or games like that because they fear we'll have our feet in the shrubbery or flower beds. Because we didn't want to go against our parents' wishes, we decided to sit on the front porches and talk but even then the neighbors complain. Just what can we do? — Unhappy Teens. • . . Dear Unhappy Teens: The solution has either arrived or it will in KosMiih counu (arm • ^ our cornrnun ' tv m tne next few days and I do mean school. You kids slated i,, dol.i rrieetir > ' "V "i'"' nave what is known as ' ne end-of-the-summer blues and school is evening Scot if ,„ ,.1 , , " , ' y starting just in time to bring the smiles back on your faces. You have eei -n n '"^'"P no problem left, believe me. •mien tl nil administer ,he , . . HERBST INS. AGENCY For Auto, House, Household Goods, and Many Other Forms. Phone CY 4-3733 Ted S. Herbst Pa.slor of the church C C Richardson ceremonies and Thurs- Farm Bureau Mutual Ins. Co. Affiliated with Farm Bureau Auto (with $10 Deductible) Life — Hail — Tractor Phone CY 4-3351 Don Stark, Mgr. narnod at the t, ».!,a Ix ' ll ' gau ' h Dear Dan: I'm a good Christian girl and have a good Christian were ihen 10 •..,' n l ! mmmf -' s bey friend but he's driving me batty with his speeches about religion. • com em ion of the \\\ tt 'i"\\" { ' He tninks our P ar ticular religion is the finest in the world and I supine follov. p ()se ne should think that way but he doesn't show tolerence by knock- inrt anH finrtinO fault u;ith tho nthnr rnlictmnc All 1110 rln iiihan tiia c.!t in When you are young you do a lot of wishful th.nkmg. When you are old you do a loi of thoughtful w,sh,ng. S ou ,h Bergen News Rutherford, N J. ' Mr iiml \!, s | Jiona. returned from ;, \ iMt'of sever;.! da>.- m V\i.,ion.Mn last Tu"s 'la\ - and Mrs l.mnan took all the tl "'>" r > f " r filing. She hooked Back in the good old days there was S ome- ! weigh n?"' ^nT^T w * I to rnakp ^n,i t lo = r, TI -_o._j . i , .- b . I'ounus, the ltll , ,i-., ... ,,.. , . •"""> pose ne snouiu tninK mat way out ne cioesn t snow tolerence Dy knock- elec t counts of! ''" '" in S and »n d 'nS f a ult with the other religions. All we do when we sit in • > '^'''' his car is talk religion and I'm about ready to break up. Should I tell him how I feel or just drop him for a while and see what happens? — I.imian. Al- Good C. G. Dear Good C. G.: A good Christian girl will tell a boy friend how she feels and not simply call it quits. She will also tell her good Christian boy friend it is not christianlike to pan another religion. |T»Tl FtRM MUHJH. tlllOMOeilE «SJIIINCE coupirr ROCK-BOTTOM RATES Harold C. Sundct CY 4-2341 DALK W. LOC'KWOOD The Equitable Life Assurance Society Of The United States Burt, Iowa Phone 201 Iliing to make you sleep. They called it har "O.K. Atchuon (Kan.) Globe. r i ' n8 at u - PRINTING - No job too big; No job too small ! Envelopes Letterheads Statements Handbills Booklets Checks Ruled Forms Labels Business Cards Mailing Inserts Shipping Tags Wedding Announcements Business Forms Tickets Piogrums Complete Service With Letterpress Offset, qnd Planeogrqphy Equipment (Quality With Economy) Upper Des Moines Pub, Co, Across From New Parking Lot - Algona, Iowa •Judy MurU»li. (luui-liti and Mrs u-ne Murtagh •^x-nt Saturday in the tian boy Dear Dan: The other day my boy friend came by the house to return a book I had let him borrow and foolishly, 1 invited him in. You see, I'm not supposed to have anyone in the house, girls included, when, my parents aren't home because they're quite fussy about our furni- my parents _ ()( \,,. ture and other things. Well, I didn't stop to think. Then while we were talking, the wash- 'ie basement and when I couldn't David to hurry down and help UICHAKI) A. MOEN Representing » FEDERATED INSURANCE Modern One-Stop Insurance Service Business — Home — Car — Life Phone CY 4-495# P.O. Box 337 Algona, Iowa MELVIN G. BOUKNE. M. D. Physician & Surgeon 118 N. Moore St. Office phone CY 4-2345 Resident phone CY 4-2277 J. N. KENEHCK, M. D. Physician & Surgeon 2U) W. State Street Office Phone CY 4-2353 Resident Phone CY 4-2614 CAROL L. I'LOTT, M. U 110 N. Moore St. Practice Limited to Surgery Office Hours by Appointment CYpress 4-4U64 Uffice CYpress 4-4331 Residence JOHN M. SCIIUTTER, M. U. Residence Phone CY 4-2335 DEAN F. KOOB, M. D. Physicians & Surgeons 2^u No. Dodge, Aigona Oil ice Phone CY 4-4490 Residence Phone CY 4-4917 OPTOMETRISTS Alfj, .,. fvctij * uiuii v obi/p LU utiim. i.iv.11 wiiuc* WU Wti C lallVIIlg, II1U \VU5(I* ' ( ; ( . or '; ing machine started acting up down in the basement and when I couldn't home at St Benedict Men- S '°P '' a ^ er * ran down s^' 1 " 5 ! I ca nnrl nauiH *« h.,-,.,, A*,.,~ „„* u..i_ ditti Larson was the new hook nie - kiK-per at Bradley Bros MOI-IP Iie had J llst f 'P ished stopping it when my father happened to walk Webster, Merle Pratt and' \, i '"• You can imagine what it looked like — the two of us alone in the Wiese went io h,.^ \i ...... house and especially down in the basement. Wiese went to where lhe> enlisted III. * WM V.M1* «<llV*^t«4«- TT 41Ub (V i V/«J*». V-V-t ||n\, H1C i VT U L/i U3 (liUltC HI tllC Moines Kr d'" nouse ancl es P ecia 'ly d °wn '" 'he basement. m the I d s Dad blew . his top ~ completely. He ordered David out of the house and told him if he ever tried to date me again, he would s.ee that the JOHN T. TU Lutheran Mutual Life Ins. Co. "An old Line Legal Reserve Co." 114 So. Main Box 412 Algona, la. Ph. CY 4-4539 INVESTMENTS ., - ...... ""• "I IIIC I ,^ J»a^> Mrs Sam Medin accomoan *•••*•* *•"• ~ •• — •- * — -•-- --•- — .« — — **. ...*. u^Mm, uw wuuiu ^cc mai uic ifcd her son and his wife M r anri P° lice were told - He called me a tramp, among other bad names, and Mrs Kubsell Medin Whittemn.o sent me to my room - ' have to go to my room everv n '6 nt after supper to Uubuque Sunday' where thcv and Study *° r P " C Wh ° le m ° nth ' cv ' visited another son of Mrs Medin- ^ aft| a11 of what na PP enecl was perfectly innocent and I want to Cai I and family know what can be done about it. My mother believes me. I'm sure my , f t father does too but he's said too much and done too much to back down .. = tl , . now. What help can you give? — M. C. ing he mm weet tlld^r^' %" ?' W ^ " ' WerC , the boy ' s P arcnts ' specially his fath- pcdo Boat" Jrth I kS^ A T ,° r er> l * & a llttle "V" 1 to ° ~ only at your father Your Dad was (and u d Jean Parker 'Soon T °" If* *** J" "<* w , antin « ^ s '" the t> ouse w h»e you're home alone but with can Gabin and i£ i he "f"? 1 hls f uhn 8 to ? far - Your boy Mend's Parents should talk to -lid l" A Jan" wuh 7'"° P"' f ather and f 6 lf they ca "'' convince him fathers can sometimes Dunne i'airi, *n i u^ be as much '" lhe wrong as their sons and uunnt, latnt Knowles, Ralph Even I make mistakes !! MUTUAL FUNDS' & INSUHANCI; Don Leaverton CY 4-4930 Algona Form Management CaiUon Farm Management Company 12 Vi N Dodge Ph. CY 4-289) DR. L. L. SNYDER 113 East State Algona Telephone CY 4-2715 Closed Saturday Afternoons Urs. SAWYER and ERICKSON Eyes Examined — Contact Lenses Hearing Aid Glasses 0 East State Street Phone CYpress 4-21% Hours: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Closed Saturday Afternoons DR. C, M. O'CONNOR Visual Anaylsis & Visual Training Contact Lenses 108 South Harlan St. (Home Federal Bldgj PHONE CY 4-3743 DENTISTS DR. KARL R. HOFFMAN Office in Home Federal Bldg. Office phone CY 4-4341 MISCELLANEOUS Credit Bureau of Kossuth County Collet-trite Service Fuetoilt Reports Pbone 294-3182 - Algona, la.

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