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2-Algond (to.) Uppdr Dei Mo!n«i Tuesday, October 2, 1962 tippet Desfllotnes CUBA NO CAUSE FOR STAMPEDE Ever since the end of WW II the United States has faced problems in all sections of the globe in efforts to help other nations, to keep them on the side of democracy, and at the same time to build up a network of alliances that might keep the Russian bear within bounds. The complete surrender, evidently, of Castro's Cuba, to the leadership of Russia, is not a pleasant contemplation. But there is considerably more to it than at first meets the eye, and not all of it is so rosy for Russia as we might at first presume. From our own experience we know that many of our "do-good" efforts in other nations have not succeeded in making us exactly the Big Brother that we had hoped to be in other people's eyes. And it is not likely that Russia will wind up as the Almighty to the Cuban people. Khruschev does not need Cuba as a military staging area against the U.S. He has said that his missiles can reach any part of the Americas from Soviet soil, just as ours can reach Russia. He does, however, probably look at Cuba mainly as a thorn in the side of the U.S., and a potential base for infiltrating South and Central America, with communistic propaganda. But can he bring off the trick? Cuba's industry and agriculture is disorganized and underproductive. Six million Cubans need food, clothing, medicines. Moscow is 8,000 miles from Havana. As Castro grows more dependent on Russia, he will become a restive puppet. The Russian agents are bound to irritate the Cuban people, and for once the United States will bear no part of the responsibility. It will be up to the Russians to be generous, to sooth the wounded feelings, to "keep everyone happy." The switch should be interesting, and we do not think that Russia is going to become a welcome bedfellow. Some of our Congressmen are now doing a lot of suggesting about Cuba and Castro — something they should have done several years ago, but didn't. Some are also a little mixed up on the Monroe Doctrine, which declares that we would oppose the efforts of any foreign power to invade or overthrow an established government in the Americas. In the case of Cuba, Russia was Ifpper £@r» ffloincs III E. Call Street—Ph. CY 4-3535—Algona, Iowa Second class postage paid at Algona, Iowa Issued Tuesday in 1962 By THE UPPER DES MOINES PUBLISHING CO. R. B. WALLER, Editor & Publisher DON SMITH, News Editor MERLE PRATT, Advertising Mgr. JACK. PURCELL. Foreman NATIONAL REPRESENTATIVE American Newspaper Representatives, Inc. 404 Filth Ave, New York 18, N. Y. SUBSCRIPTION RATES IN TRADE AREA '"Inc Year, in advent p . . $1 on Roth Algona piiprTb. in t ombmatiun JHT \cjr $ti no Single Copies . .' nj v SUBSCRIPTION RATES OUTSIDE AREA One Yi Both Algoiid ijjpcrs in i Niiibiii.i' No SLibsk'i iplioli Ics* Ihuii b mni m. [,ci OFFICIAL CITY AND COUNTY NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING RATES ON REQUEST invited in by a recognized government irt pow er. '••:'; It is not nice to have Russia involved in running Cube 1 , 90 miles from our shores. But neither is it going to be any Sunday School picnic for the Russians — or the Cubans — and we may be thinking only wishfully, but there is a strong probability that the match may prove to be a mismating. The greatest immediate danger could be centered on the area occupied by Guantanamo naval base, which under the Platt amendment following the liberation of Cuba from Spanish rule, was loaned to the United States for as long as we might wish to use it. Any move to upset this arrangement would bring immediate military action, which Russia well knows. Despite all the blustering from cigar-smoking Castro, it appears unlikely that either he or his new ally will risk a move against the base. * * * POSTAL ARITHMETIC It was intriguing to read the latest on ,the pending increase in postal rates, which has now been approved for Senate action. As we added i'p the various increases that would result, in first, second and third class mail, the total increase would come to 'sohie- where between 550 and 700 million 'a year when all the graduated steps of increase' had been completed. On the surface this looks like a way to cut the postal deficit. Then, we find that tacked to the bill to increase postal rates, is a provision that there shall be a pay increase of $1 billion dollars a year for the 1.6 million federal postal workers. Now as we subtract the highest figure of increased income from postal rate raises (700 million) from the sum of one billion, we find that if this bill is passed it must mean .that the postoffice department will actually go into the: red 300 million dollars a year more thaVi it is now. ' There must be something about this postal arithmetic we don't understand. * * * IF THEY HAD INTEREST Grundy Register — If the Indians of Manhattan Island had taken the $24 in cash instead 'of trinkets and invested it at 6 per cent, compounded quarterly, theoretically their descendants today would be worth more than the assessed value—$10,000,000,000—of Manhatt.qn.'s kjnd and buildings. '. ' The above shows how a small amount left, at interest could have built up a huge estate. It was 450 years ago that the Indians made this sale. No one is privileged to live that long. The saving habit can be acquired for a shorter period—say 40 to 50 years. Any amount of 4 to 5 r ' interest will double a number of times in a 40 to 50 year period. * * * DOLLAR IS A DOLLAR Eldora Herald — Representatives of the Iowa State Education Association urged the platform makers of Iowa's two political parties to insert in their platforms a plea for more state air for Iowa public schools. It is difficult to understand why the top state education organization is pleading for more state aid for schools when many educational groups over the state are opposing fed eral aid for schools. A dollar from the state will be of no more help to our schools than a dollar from the federal government. * * t Charles Cotesworth Pinckney, who said 'Millions for defense, but not one cent for trib ute," was obviously a piker. He couldn't thinl in billions. — Richmond Times-Dispatch. * * * Mother to departing inductee: "Now remember - the more stripes they have, the more you mind them." - The Busy Bee — U.S.S. Briar- ^USiNESS "Amazing ho\v it's cut down the time visitor* 1 • spend here!" FROM. THE .FILES. OF THE ; ALGONA UPPjiER DT&S MOINES * OCT*. 6; 1942 • - ; •''.*'*••' It was cdsy to give the weather a good name in .the fall of '42 , FROM THE FILES OF THE ALGONA UPPER DBS MOINES OCT. 7, 1952 worried you yesterday, then you have* a good memory; Nothing lures the female gender like old- fashioned legal tender; History — something that tieVef happened written by someone whd wasn't there; Many big heads have small ideas. * 4 • An estimated 10,000 persons were in Algona to attend the annual Band Festival, which attracted 18 area bands and" Batjd Queens. Crowned Queen was Joan Shelgren, 17, of Rolfe. Joan Gray of Corwith, retiring Queen, crowned her during the evening performance. * * * An Algona man, Ray Cobb, sustained . severe Injuries to his left foot Sunday when his horse stumbled and fell on him while he was participating in Chuck Wagon Day events, held north of the city. A total of four bones and three toes were broken and he was taken to St. Ann hospital for treatment of the injured foot. * • • The first killing frost of the fall moved into this area Sunday, when the official temperature dropped to 26 degrees here. High mark during the week was 91 degrees Sept. 30. The highs Oct. 5 & 6 were on the frosty side — 45 degrees. * * * William Gadc, who farmed near Whittemore, sustained several fractured ribs and possible internal injuries Friday when he slipped off a load of soybeans being pulled by a combine. Both wheels of the trailer passed over his shoulder and chest. 'The mishap occurred on the Gade farm shortly after noon and the injured man was rushed to St. Ann hospital for treatment of his injuries. * * * Alice Kresensky was crowned Homecoming Queen during festi- rell Steven 57 yards and Jrni Gal- bfdith , (ojik,, a six-yard pass for touchdowns dilflng the night. The- wiri gave; thej locals a 34 seasbfi \ record, '•.(,: . • i ''•'..'•> f * ?' i t C. R. LaBarrc of Algona HyaV elected president of the Iowa Savings & Loan League during a convention of that organization at Burlington. , * *, .. * • '.. j- it"'' ; s I • ' About' 1560.'was; stolen: from the 'vault' in the/ office of? Algona high school adme.thTid between Wednesday night and Thursday morning A janitor discovered ' the theft. Using tools obtained in the school, the thieves pried open a window, leading ,tf>] a stock room, then chiseled ! ]tie dial off the vau'i: 'aftei 1 first attempting to get into jt from the back side. Besides the $500 take"ri from the vault, a small amount of money was also taken from the Women's physical education room, which was also broken into. Th£ money stolen during the theft was reportedly insured. » * * There was something new at Ti- tonka, and according to all reports, it was well-liked, football had been introduced for the first time, and most persons living iti tHat area really went for it. Good fizzed crowds had watched the Ind» iarts* in their opener —and most of the persons present were watchf ing football for the first time t Members of the coaching st^ff were in the process of teaching mbers, and adults .alike rules .'ti'f'fbotball., ' ,' . FfVE OPERATIONS • JVjith* the 'birth qf ; Rdsalyn Marie . Meyer 'to Mr and Mrs Dennis, Meyer on Sept. 4, an Ogden family claims five generations. This< includes Mrs Dennis Meyer, Mrs' W. H. Mullen, Mrs Norman Fier-j ke, Mrs Margaret Pauls and' > Rosalyn Marie. In the back yard of the Raymond Nance home at Eldora is a tobacco plant that has reached the height of over seven feet and bears big, healthy tobacco leaves, ready for curing. An acre of good tobacco sells for about $1,500. _.- , , ,- -- - - Odd's & Ends had several nifties •Unpredictable. .After a week that in it. Here they are: Football vities at halftime of the Algona set all kinds of records for low halfbacks and pretty lasses must Hampton football game here Fri- readings, the final day of Septem- know how to intercept passes; If day night. The Bulldogs walloped per and uct. 2. gave residents a your memory is so poor that you the visitors, 25-6, as Bill Lamp- feeling that maybe^ someone up can't remember what it was that right went two and 16 yards," Dar- there liked them", after all. The mercury bounced;ug 'to 81 Sept. 30, then soared' to' '84 two days Jater. Low mfark for 1 the week was 38 degrees Sept. 29'! The September term of district court here was perhaps the lightest for many years. Not one case lad ,been ^ried before a jury, and although quite a number of cases iad i been'disposed of, rnpst were settled out of court 'or heard be- 'ore; Judge G. W. Stillman by You Can Address Questions To Him At BOX 66 KALISPELL, MONTANA now/money saver Pepsi half-quarts in a handy 8-bottle carton! PLUS DEPOSIT Professional Directory Dear Dan: I live with my grandmother who is nearly 65 so you can ^ ....... __ u imagine ho\v her ideas and mine differ about dating and things like agreemenr. The petit~Tury" 'was tliat - Our bi S problem at the moment is that I'm going with a boy •••-•-- • -•- - ' INSURANCE cniigd Sept. 29, excused "until Oct wno owns a motorcycle and that's.his only means of transportation out --' ' ' ' here. --••,- •-'••••' '•«;•••'• S§»$i£ fjr? •••"" •'-.'^••r- rry:nt* : Grandmother doesn't mind him driving out to see me'but she won't >',"?!Mdn e~xdused for the entire :erm by- the judge; • • '. ' '. •• Gnv. George Wilson was slated o be honored guest at a Repub- let me go riding with him. She says girls give the wrong impression of themselves on motorcycles. I say she's wrong. Do you agree with me? — Carolyn. Dear Carolyn: I wouldn't say a girl gives the wrong impression of A. J. (Arnic) Ricklefs . ,. .Hospitalizati -* Health Nfc*/ ' Life -T- AuGf- 1 — 2 E. State CY 4-4529 - sponsored dinner here herself when she Vides a motorcycle. To ride or not to ride is strictly Worn t nliriQrvc* Fi*nm nil m m>< , ... .. .. ... a matter of personal opinion and in this case, your grandmother is your authority and says no. I wouldn't like to see my daughter ride a motorcycle either but I don't worry on this score because she's too chicken anyway. )ct. 8. Republicans from all over he county were being invited to attend the dinner. Gov. Wilson, who had served in that post for six years, was a candidate for the U.S. Senate in the November elec- :ion. ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY J. R. (Jim) KOLP Surety Bonds — All Lines Of Insurance CY 4-3176 206 F. State Dear Dan: I'm new here in school this year and all I've done these first few days is hurry through my classes and then rush home. None * ( of the other kids have said much more than "Hi" to me and I even Notification of promotions for; eat lunch alone. Will it be like this much longer? — Lonesome, two local servicemen had reached -Dear Lonesome: By ,the time you read this column, you'll have area relatives. Steve Murch- made many new friends and won't have a problem. The reason you land had been promoted to staff' weren't given too much of a reception during the first few days of BLOSSOM INSURANCE AGENCY All Lines of Insurance Automobile — Furniture Loan 7 N. Dodge CY 4-2735 sergeant and Carol Owen was now a corporal. WELCO TO ALGONA AND OUR STORE DURING THE KOSSUTH BAND FESTIVAL A special hearty welcome to the area school musicians, queen candidates and bqnd directors - we hope you have p happy day Sptyrday during the Band Festival. Jtop in our store and say hello - it'll be a pleasure to meet you ! O SHOES FOR THE ENTIRE FAMJLY • BROWN kill SHOE STORE ALCONA. iOWA - Phpne CYpjess 4-437J - school is that because all the kids had their own problems — getting 1 their schedules arranged, buying meal and activity tickets, finding out where each classroom was located and things like that. The first The A & P grocery store hero two weeks of school for any teenager, even the senior class president, was slated to move into the build- is something parents are amazed to hear about but every word is ing formerly occupied by the Moe, true. If you still lack friends at this time, let me knoyv and we'll see & Sjogren grocery. The move" was what we can do for you. to be made about Oct. 15. , * * * * * * Dear Dan: I'm nearly 20 and I have .a good job, a late-model car thing in scrap drives and a good reputation. I was always so busy in high school working in here. There had after school that I didn't have time for dating and therefore, was considered something of an odd ball and a character. Well, I've got all that behind -me now but the trouble is that now I want to date, 1 can't find any girls. All the girls I knew from school are either married, in college or still consider me a character. There are several of them I would like to date, girls who are available, and 'they aren't going steady either. I've already found that out. Cap you help me out so that the girls wiy want to date me? — BOUANNON 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 The latest was going on been scrap iron and scrap rubber drives, but this was entirely different, a drive to collect old phonograph records for servicemen. A total of 1316 records had been collected by the American Legion and Auxiliary. These record? HEJIBST JNS. AGENCY For Auto, House, Household Goods, and Many Other Forms. Phone CY 4-3733 Ted S. Herbst weren't to he sent to the men in Character, service, but rather shipped to a Dear Character: If you have fl list of eligible girls, you have less firm in Chicago where they were of a problem than you think. Okay, so what if you didn't date in high to be melted down and re-cast school? Believe it or not, but some of the girls you want to date may into the latest thing with popular not consider you a character and perhaps never did. Perhaps they stars featured. were always hoping you would ask for a date. Ygu jknow, a girl thinks highly of a boy who combines school and a job and if nothing else, you The attention of all inductees probably had a good reputation for being a hard worker, was called to the fact that thev Cal1 up these girls ' one at a tirae> re -' ntrod " ce yourself and ask for had to turn in their sugar ration a date ' You ma y get turned down b y some but the law of a verages is books to the Selective Service •> on y° ur slde> , , , Board or the War Price and Ha- „ _. ., „. . ., , ... ., . . ... . , . tionmg Board when they were dim Deuar Dan: , l m *? and l ve bee " datm 8 , th 's terrific girl for the tu cnttr the service P ast tnree wee k s - She Jooks 17 (at least) and I started to have long» » ' » range plans for us but today I found out from her father she won't be Movies due to show here includ 15 until P ext montn - Under tne circumstances, do you think we should ed "Jackass Mail" with Wallat-P st °P dati "8 ? ~ B Beery Marjor'ie Main and J Car Dear B>: l s " re do and [ hopc the e ' rl ' s f atner doe . s to °- The girl rol Naish, "A-Ilaunting We Will S^-ffman" likV^u ^ ^ " she has no business 6°' n e ^ "FootliRht SerenaaV- 1 tlt^iJr i p * ar Dal ' ! My P 3 '" 6 "^ ^ r ^ ^ways fighting about Dad's drinking nr^Kn ,„?„ o..:.-* lth Bet * and running around and I'm tired of it. Should J call the police? Tired. Dear Tired: I wouldn't advise bringing in the law now but I do $ think your mother and you should reach a firm understanding with Farm Bureau Mutual Ins. Co. Affiliated with Farm Bureau Auto (with $10 Deductible) Life — Hail — Tractor Phone CY 4-3351 Don Stark, Mgr. ROCK-BOTTOM RATES INIVI4NCI Harold C. Sundet mnwfflwirw cy 4 . 2 3. u DALE W: LOCKWOOD The Equitable Life Assurance ? Society Of '* The United States Burt, Iowa Phone 201 Grable and John Payne. Here are the markets — heavy RICHARD A. MOEN Representing, FEDERATED INSTANCE M^deri) Qne-Stflp Jjisut;ahce Service 'Business -^ H&Bejf- par .-* Life Phone Cy 4-4955, P.O.. BOX M?;'? ; Aigona, IQW& butchers, 200-300 pounds, veal calves topped at $14; no. 2 new white corn, 88 cents; no. 2 yellow corn, 69 cents- 30 Ib. test white oats, •41';. cents; and no. 3 barley, 48 cents. * • * person, county life, moved with his all family Pals r- Faye Mpry is 14 and wants pen pals of 14 and 15, especially those interested in sports and popular music. Her address is 237 Walnut Street, AHentown, Pa. 'Holly Ann Schmidt is nearly 13 and is an eighth grader. She says sfae wUl answer all letters from pen pals. %er address is 2535 Union Street, AHentown, Pa. , : Lynda Terry would like a girl pen pal of 1Q yews of age. Her address is Box 55, Rapid City, Manitoba, Canada. Another Pennsylvania girl asking for pen pals is next month. " JOHN T. Lutheran Mutual LJJ& Ins. Co. "An old Line Legal Reserve C°-" 114 S$. r Main •''.. fr>* 412 Algona, la. Ph. CY 4-4539 INVESTMENTS MUTUAL-fVMOS &' INSURANCE Don Leaverton CV 4-4939 Algona Mon^num, Cheryl Chance is nearly 13 and is asking for girl pen pals. Her seco awgb 4 California and coming back to good old Iowa, "reading and even chemistry. She says she'll answer address is 720 Fourth Street, Catasaiiqua, Pa.' Chiropractor Dr. D. D. Arnold Over Penney's Office Phone — CY 4-3373 »*"f- Hours: 9:00 — 5:00 Open Friday Night Monday—Wednesday—Friday Dr. VVilliam L. Clegg 521 E. State St. Hours: 9:00 — 6:00 thru Sat. 9:00 — 9:00 Friday Ph. Off. CY 4-4677 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 Office Phone CY 4-2353 Resident Phone CY 4-2614 CAROL L. PLOTT, M. D. 110 N. Moore St. Practice Limited to Surgery Office Hours by Appointment CYpress 4-4864 Office CYpress 4-4331 Residence JOHN M. SCIIUTTER. M. D. Residence Phone CY 4-2335 DEAN F. KOOB, M. D. Physicians & Surgeons 220 No. Dodge, Algona Office Phone CY 4-4490 Residence Phone CY 4-4917 OPTOMETRISTS DR. L. L. SNYDEK 113 East State Algona Telephone CY 4-2715 Closed Saturday Afternoons Drs. SAWYER and ERICKSON Eyes Examined — Contact Lens,e? ,.,• Hearing Aid Glasses j, •-. $ l^ast. State Street f- :Ftym cypress 4-2106 Hours:>, 9:00ja,m. to 5:00 p.m, '.* C|ose4 -S^utday Afternoons PR, C, hi. O'CONNOR Visual Anaylsis & Visual Training ' v| ' • Contact Lenses .;;§:' ,i08 Sputh Harlan St. j$ PHONE CY 4-3743' h JWsNTJSTS Office in Home Federal Bldg. Office phone CY 4-4341 MISCIUANiOUS Credit Bureau of Service Reports Phone 294-3182 -*Algona,

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