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2-Algeno (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, December 25, 1962 et fle$ Utomes MOON MADNESS Is it Moon Madness? No, we are not referring to a new song hit. We are just wondering about Uncle Sam's multi-billion dollar "man on the moon" project which is gobbling up not only every space dollar that is around but also most of the scientists and engineers — so many that not enough are left for other vital public and private programs, according to authoritative sources. In fact one Congressman, Chet Holifield, chairman of the Atomic Energy Committee of the House, has dubbed it "Moon Madness." Plans of the National Space Agency, which is in charge of the moon project, call for recruiting 1,000 graduates of advanced college courses each year in science. The NASA plans to employ 25'' of the country's young scientists. This certainly will solve the problem of employment for the young graduates, but it looks also as though we are putting most of our eggs in one basket. Meanwhile the proportion of students enrolling for science and engineering courses is declining. So, most of them will wind up working for the government. If we ever do put a man or two on the moon, we trust that whatever they find there will be duly appreciative of all this sweat and strain on our part to intrude on their Moon privacy. IOWA CORN SONG Rock Rapids Reporter — Following a paragraph here last week in which we mentioned the Iowa Corn Song as traditional at University of Iowa football games when the bands strike up, we were contradicted flatly by some of our close kin-folk. The "corny" song is NEVER, but never, featured at the university shindigs, we were sternly informed by our dissenters who are loyal alumni of the school. Maybe the "Iowa Fights" song and other college ditties, they said, but not the "We're From loway" tune. Okay, okay, but we notice it will be played at the Rose Bowl game on New Years Day by an Iowa High school band selected to parade at the California tilt. The Boone High school marching unit will feature the Corn Song in its Los appearance. So somebody must like it. XiSW-n i&'~ *.' tu* * * Sr ff ........................ Warmest Gene Tierney, Van John™, Leo section. .Friends, warned him night, of the reading during the period was 32 Genn and Dawn Addams, "My however to ' " with Anne «venante n below the zero mark. degrees Dec. 22. * * Wife's Best Friend" Baxter and Macdonald Carey, and no problem " replied the young ^o "My Pal Gus", with Richard Booster. "I don t have enough UDM staff "reported that he did Widmark, Joanne Dru, Audrey money to live m that kind of ne,- all right at Christmas time. His Totter and ^George| Winslow ^he 8"™^, ., gh t. IM2. by One well-known mrmber nf favorite shirt, it seems, develop- was the little fellow with the deep ed a hole in the elbow and he was voice), at odds wondering how to remedy the situation. All came to a plea- the Roll Syndicate) FROM THE FILES OF THE sant end, however, when he re- ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES coivcd four new shirts for Christ- DEC. 22. 1912 mas. * * • Christmas decorations at four homes at Whittemore won cash prizes for the owners. They were *•— — ---•, . _ .„, Maynard Roeber and Erwin Sie- Club held its final master point ms, who got $10 each, and James Bridge Points The Ames Duplicate Bridge it the Algona Country Club Wednesday night, Dec. 19, at 7:45 p.m. Winners at thc last session were Arlene Hakes and Dora Means, first, Mr and Mrs Jim Everds, second, and Mr and Mrs Don Prieskorn and Orval Hakes and Harry Hull, Jr., tied for third. STAPLES: Bostltch, Tatum, Swingline, Hotchkiss and Presto, Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. If you can't break 85 you have no business on the golf course. If you can break 85 you probably have no business. A-. a. •• Upper IK'S iloincs 111 E. Call Street— Ph. CY 4-3535— Algona, Iowa Second class postage paid al Algona. Iowa Issued Tuesday in 1962 By THE UPPER DES MOINES PUBLISHING CO. H B. WALLER, Editor & Publisher DON SMITH, News Editor MERLE PRATT. Advertising Mgr. JACK PURCELL. Foreman THAT LEAVES YOU & ME! There aren't as many people actually working as you may have thought; — at least not according to a report taken from a western daily newspaper. The population of the country is 170 million people but there are over 62 million of them past 60 years of age, leaving 108 million to do the work. Of that number there are 64 million under 21 years of age which leaves 44 million to do the work. Then there are 21 million employed by the government, and you and I know they don't work. Ten million are in the armed forces which leaves 13 million to do the work. Deduct from that the 12,800,000 who are in the State and City offices and there are only 200,000 left to do the work. Of this number there are 126,000 in hospitals, insane asylums, and so forth, and that leaves 74,000 to do the work. Now, take out the 62,000 who are bums or social parasites who won't work and you have only 12,000 left to do the work. It may interest you to know that there are 11,998 people in jail and they don't work so that just leaves 2 people to do all the work. THAT'S-YOU AND ME, BROTHER, and I'm get ting tired of doing everything by myself I * + * BIG LAND SCANDAL COMING? Indications are that one of the greatest land scandals in many years is about to break, centering on the sale of sight-unseen real estate in Florida and the Southwest, principally. Speakers at a meeting of the National Association of Better Business Bureaus in Kansas City describe it as potentially the "greatest land scandal in recent American History." Investors are said to already have lost $100 million, and this is just a start. Many people have been lured by direct mail and magazine and newspaper ads to buy land for retirement and investment purpose, sight unseen. Sometimes this represented life savings. But, some of the land offered is under six inches of water on the Texas coast; land atop a mountain and almost inaccessible near El Paso; land in Florida out of water only half the year; land that is wind-blown desert although advertised as having all utilities and highways. Well, we're glad we saved our postage and didn't yield to temptation. FOR SHORTER SHORT BALLOT Grundy Center Register — Our ballot at the late election was somewhat shorter than it was at any previous general election. There was no complaint from any of the voters because the ballot didn't have as many names on it as at former elections. Voters didn't miss the usual names that were taken off by the last legislature. The next legislature should trim the ballot some more. They can shorten it much more by adopting legislation to make the officials on ed rndio fans were stirpris- A joyous Christmas Eve turned Muller and Elmer Ostwald, who to hear thc voice of a well- to a night of pain for Timmy Boe- won $5 each. known Algonan on the Horace kelman, almost 2, son of Mr and Heidt show during the week. The Mrs Al Boekelman of Algona. One of thc cleverest pages in Heidt show was one of the most Timmy fell against a bed at his the UDM proclaimed that "If It's popular on the air back in those home here and some of his teeth A Potato, This Store Has It!" days — and Horace made a por- cut almost through his lip. He The headline referred to Ted tion of his program into a service- was taken to St. Ann hospital for Vera's East End Grocery and a man interview. And that's how treatment, then released. Jack Hemphill was on nation-wide hook-up. Jack joined the U.S. Navy the day after Pearl Harbor to open here Jan. 12 — and the was attacked and was listed as a program certainly wasn't as big . . , member of a PT boat crew. How- as it is 10 years later. Accordini More than 200 Brownies and Girl ever, his most exciting experience to latest information, only four Scouts went caroling just before had been while he was aboard a classes were set for sure, but it Christmas here and a photo of a freighter in mid-Pacific on his way W a.s possible others would be add- P° rtl °" ° f ( f he Iar 8 e group ap- to a PT base. The freighter was e d before the 10-scssion courses P eared )" the , news P a P er ;,_ Aftcr rammed and ^aaEgarqSr^m^^^^^'^^ 1 ^ ORBITING IN WITH * story about potatoes and personnel * * at the store appeared on the bus- Adult night classes were slated iness page. radio. - u ( Jack told of it on sot underway. As the 1063 adult the , evenin ? ° f c * r ? lingl ' T , girls night classes get ready to go. gathered at the high school Annex * • about 24 different courses have where they enjoyed hot chocolate According to a ruling received been arranged . and doughnuts. ^ ^ by the county rationing board, all grocers and dealers in roasted One of the funniest movies of all Afler a Christmas vacation lay- tLl UV.C1 3 Cl IIU ^.IWUIVIO in i wtiju^vj \flllUI Hit IMIIIIK31 »"»••"• l1 "' •••• til coffee were supposed to make a times, "Where's Charley? 11 , star- off, Algona high school s Bulldogs report to the board by Dec. 31. The r j n g Ray Bolger, promised to be and the St. Cecelia s B ue Knights dealers had been asked to list the'headliner during the week at were all set to get back into their their stocks, etc of coffee on a the Algona theater. Other features basketball schedules. Algona had slated to show included" Plymouth a 2-5 mark at the Christmas break, Adventure", with Spencer Tracy, while St. Cecelia's was 7-2. blank that was available. * * * Gasoline dealers seemed to be making a lot of errors in their coupon sales and acceptance of same. The rationing board had suggested it would be a good idea if all dealers would read the book "Plan for Mileage Rationing" thoroughly and try to do better in ,he future. . * * The last-minute rush by late shoppers, searching for Christ- WASHINGTON MERRY-Go-ROUND By DREW PEARSON DURING THE CU'.AN CRISIS. Host of the party was the Geormas gifts was on - and several U.S. helicopters were permitted to ge Washington university chapter A I /» A M A DADDCD C U H P bcVstores had attractive ads in fly over East Berlin and. a U.S. of the nat.onal fra ermty ALGONA BAKDCK 3 H U I* and $4.50, pretty frocks for S1.9U was to $4.95, tur-tnmmed coats for $39.50, and better dresses for $fi.50 to $10.95 — and all of these stores had attractive ads in fly over East Berlin and a U.S. of the national fraternity. as possible to pur- military mission was stationed in Some of the prettiest coeds and chaso women's sweaters for S2.98 East Berlin to make sure there sorority pledges of the university e j !Sj .^j S9 ^^, S j Ii ^^ , massing of Russian joined in the dancing and the ........ troops We gave the same oppor- merrymaking over Lausche's vic- tunitv to the Russians in West lory. They also toasted the 67- Berli'n year-old Ohio senator with champagne and other libations in a to surprise and delight there- KAST GER ' M VN " OSS L>1 - plush suite of the senate appropria- items were practically guaranteed ceiver. The Girl Scouts at Lakota held BRIGHT stated that he is ready (ions committee. to compromise over Berlin. Ul- 7^0 taxpayers did not pay for bright has been the toughest lead- (nt , refreshments or for the music. Professional Directory i er of any satellite country, out- but the fraternity was saved a lot of other expenses by getting this setting for the celebration. After all, it isn't often that a college fraternity can hold a party . ... u L, under the roof of the august made a significant speech be- "^ Qf ^ Uniled S[alcs Unfortunately, the honored guest take part in the Senate Lausche's cht-v's feet to the fire over Berlin. Now he's softening. FOREIGN MINISTER GROMY- their Christmas party at the home ' Albania ;' and has ko pt Khrush of Mrs Delia bmith Thursdaj night, with Mrs H. H. Murray and Mrs Will KieniU assisting hostesses. The group sang Christmas carols at several homes and then went back to the Smith home f 0 j- c the Supreme Soviet last week tta- lunch and a gift exchange. The stating that cooperation between girls also gave tneir leader, Elsie t he USA and USSR, "The strength tindreland, several nice gifts. O f which was amply demonstrated - - hc • • during the war — is all the "•""•" Dcrwood Eigler of Fcnton ac- necessary now." He cited INSURANCE A. J. (Arnio) Ricklefs Hospitalization Health & Accident Life — Auto — Fire — Hail 2 E. State CY 4-4529 '-ing from a recent illness. position as assistant modern means of atomic destruc- of the Ford Hopkin3 tion as the reason. The bulging cepted a manager _. -.. . . drug store at Cedar Rapids and strength of Red China undoubted- left during the weekend to assume \ y j s driving thc Kremlin -""" in our direction. All this confirms the cabled report from Ambassador Foy Kohler in Moscow that the moderates are One local small cafe, which dill j n control in the Kremlin, the mili not operate very long, had made a his new duties. He was a graduate of the Creighton University school of pharmacy, Omaha. WE WILL GIVE UP BASES Here is the inside story that more should be known along with the Saturday Evening Post's dynamite- laden charge that Adlai Stevenson ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY .1. R. (Jim) KOLP Surety Bonds — All Lines Of Insurance CY 4-3176 206 F. State missile bases for the Cuban BLOSSOM INSURANCE: AGENCY All Lines of Insurance Automobile — Furniture Loan 7 N. Dodge CY 4-2735 Chiropractor Dr. 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. BY APPOINTMENT Ph. Off. CY 4-4677 Res. CY 4-3461 U,ry have been downgraded, and bases Khrushchev is anxious to work What the Post authors either to mention or didn't know the state ticket below that of lieutenant gover-1 rea j ' mme to observe Christmas, .^..u.,,.^,.^. .nor appointive. There isn't one voter out of ten An announcement stated that the ou t genuine better understanding '"'§ ol before the Cuban who knows anything about any of the candi- | fj rm would be closed from noon w jt n the United States. wa - s | until 6 p.m. Christmas day. NATIONAL EDITORIAL NATIONAL REPRESENTATIVE American Newspaper Representatives. Inc. 40-1 Kj-.h Avi.-., NI--.V Vurk la, N. Y. dates on the state ticket below that of lieutenant governor. Why expect voters to pass intelligent judgment on choice of candidates whom they do not know and who they know nothing about? It would also result in a more harmonious state administration if the governor were permitted to name the officials in the different state offices, much as the authority is given to the President of the United States to appoint high officials in his administration. Kennedy now faces two groups of advisers: U) The Adlai Steven- . trail son group, which includes Sccre- three countries. crisis, a decision had been ma-ic iut of these ROIIANNON INSURANCE SERVICE 5 N. Dodge Phone CY 4-il43 Home — Automobile — Fa,r n Polio Insurance ICBM'S SUBSCRIPTION RATES IN TRADE AREA .- r -,...,. i: . „.'-..,• . i- ...... si no 1,,,'r. .\,i'i,'..i |..i|;i!-, ::. i , , i:.l)l . ..I 1 I, ,1. |n-I \l-JI . >b Ull ->i .((.c ( "|>,, - IOC SUBSCRIPTION RATES OUTSIDE AREA OFFICIAL CITY AND COUNTY NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING RATES ON REQUEST ...... . . .. bit hunter of Algona One day .., Only two things in life are certain - death , bagged J:! cotlun la il., and wa.- they don't come in that ' Also along the Christmas — Barker's drug store had all kinds of Christmas ice cream in stock, including Cherry pie, 'M cents, pecan roll, quart size, 45 cents, and Christmas center bricks, quart size, 45 cents. • • JPK will have to choose between From the :>U Years Ago column them, and the odds are he will was this item — Dolph Raney was swing to the Stevenson diplomatic area acknowledged the champion rab- philosophy. hose group, which includes John McCone, head of Central Intelli- n, former Intercontinental Ballistic so that we no longer KOSSUTH MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION Over $74,000,000 worth of insurance in force. CY 4-3756. Lola Scuffham, Snc'y The United and taxes — too bad order. Rich relatives seem to have one advantage. They live the longest. even more successful the following week when he shot 26 in one day. ATHLETES AND A conference of States had pushed ahead with its long-range missile program, had put itself well ahead of the Soviet, and the CIGARETTES Thof afld j up jter missiles in Tui- high school key, Italy and England have be HEUBST INS. AGENCY For Auto, House, Household either Goods, and Many Other Forms. Phone CY 4-3733 Ted S. Herbst feeli A man's horse sense deserts him when he's his oats. PRESENTS \OLJR HOLIDAY Harry Nolle, wrathrrman, ported "tha' the lowest temperuiuic reading during the week was WIM Dec. 20. The high during the per- officials meeting here in Washing- come out of date, ton under auspices of the National Their chief dwadvantage is that re- Education Association, has "Earn- they estly requested professional athletes not to endorse liquor or cigarette advertising." Farm Bureau Mutual Ins. Co. Affiliated with Farm Bureau Auto (with $10 Deductible) Life — Hail — Tractor Phone CY 4-3351 Don Stark, Mgr. iod was a fine 4i) degrees Dec. 17 MAKE RESERVATIONS EARLY FOR Fine Cuisine "In Atomsphere Supreme CaU 576-9883 for Reservation! 10 YEARS! AGO are stationary, cannot be moved, and the Russians know- exactly where they are. Therefore they could be knocked out in UK- Originations providing ath- first 30 minutes of a war•All they ' ' sion, radio, do is create political p.oblen s o ed not to our Allies, especially the B.itish „«. tobacco where a large segment of thc population iias been clamoring against Prime Minister Macmillan that these missiles make England u tltTE MM MOTUU. MIIOUDBItE ROCK-BOTTOM RATES Harold C. Sundct CY 1-2341 lotic programs for tele-. t:nd movies were hire athletes to a< or alcoholic- bevera, 1 !". The specific n-t ommendation from the national conference on secondary school athletic adminis- sitting duck. DALE W. LOCKWOOD The Equitable Life Assurance Society Of The United Slates Burl, Iowa Phone 201 in (ration stated, "high -chool age .-.liidcn 1 -. are at a mn.-t impression- uble stage, given to h.-io worshipping. "There is need for i- 1 lion on the part of I ROM 'I UK FILES OF ALGO.YX I TI'KR D DEC. 2:i, I THE MOIM-'S which huu; traditional ;<n abstinence from the CHRISTMAS RESERVATIONS Name Address YEAR'S RESERVATIONS Time and Date . Accompanied wllfc $509 PIT Person On Dinner I liec » « t Raymond Kr.nit/. ol 'lii-mk.i was named prcMdent uf the Ko.v suth OjunU Heel Awu-intum during a meeting of the ilm-i iur> here Frukis afu-i noun He w.is also director for fuui luwn-Jnp^ ;n the Titunka area Named VIM- president WUb Bill I'helpa of di .iiKula. Mum., who uui direi lui m thixv luv, iislup.i. ami Ji<!m Hurlon i uun U L-\tcll.)ion dllLl'tljl' W L; .1 t I ( Till- loklrsl Wl'ilUlrl uf till- will ! U-r iirrim! last Suturdas. ;>-, tin- mercury dipped to six bi-lu.\ /.en, Thc reading Dec. /? iriaikid |i, • unl} Unit- during ihe entile- week that tncimuinclu rcatiliiUj v.tut bacco The and alcoholic beverages RICHARD A. MOEN Representing FKDERATED INSURANCE parties are never reported in the Modern One-Slop Insurance Service These affairs are Business - Home - Car — Life Phone CY 4-4U55 most fashionable included table in town. But the duy after use of to- Avignone Frurus was mentioned in print by Washington Post Society \\ASIII.MiTON UHIHL Washington's most exclusive ledicH- society pages, school-age often catered by Avignone Frcrr-s, 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. SCHUTTER, 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 4^917 OPTOMETRISTS DR. L. L. SNYDEK 113 East State Algona Telephone CY 4-2715 Closed Saturday Afternoons ulhlelc.s to accepted training rules which st-ts the P.O. Box 337 Algona, Iowa three-day conference here Reporter Marie Smith, the Ken^as attended by 250 high school nedys canceled their business... •upennlfiidi-nts, principal-,, coach- One of Washington's most gracious The re- hostesses is Mrs Douglas Dillon, wife She JOHN T. TIELEBEIN Lutheran Mutual Life Ins. Co. 'An old Line Legal Reserve Co." 114 So. Main Box 412 Algona, la. Ph. CY 4-4539 the con- u pen ntc i--, and athletic director solution was agreed to b> li-recs but has not >et been presented to their spon.vu ing groups. Among the conferee, were re- of the Treasury Secretary, not only mingles with hnr guests but always visits the kitchen and charms the help as well ,., of the Lmtcd Slules .... During their lei/.ure evenings, education and the pru- Secretary of Labor Willard Win/ and his slim, energetic wife always play some two-handed game. It's a tradition they have kept up most of their married life. This INVESTMENTS MUTUAL FUNDS & INSURANCE Don Leavci tun CY 4--l!j;!() Algona office of .-.lUeal's council un >uulh fitness. - -O-T- ItEXhT.RY IN Till: MAATK Farm Managemenl A college fraternity, i'hi Sigma week the game is gin rummy . . Kappa, .tagud a party in the new Senator-elect Birch Bay i Indian., senate office building last week democrat, was told that the best to celebrate the re-election of one way to break into Washington ef its bc,l known members, demo- society would be to buy a home crutic Sen Frank Lauocht uf Ohio, in the fashionable Spring Vdllej Cailtoq Farm Management Company 12% N Dodge Ph. CY 4-289J Drs. SAWYER and ERICKSON Eyes Examined — Contact Lenses Hearing Aid Glasses ' U East State Street Phone CYpress 4-2196 Hours: <J:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Closed Saturday Afternoons DR. C. M. O'CONNOR Visual Anaylsis & Visual Training Contact L.enses 10H South Harlan St. (Home Federal Bldg.) PHONE CY 4-3743 DENTISTS DR. KARL H. HOFFMAN Office in Home Federal Bldg. Office phone CY 4-4341 MISCELLANEOUS Credit Bureau of Kossuth County Collectrite Service Factbilt Reports

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