The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 25, 1965 · Page 4
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4-AI«ene (lo.) Upper DM Mt'net twetdoy, Moy 4S, MS Merry-Go-Round intfft!t!t!t!fttHIIHIIfll1WH!fWW(HIH mniiiniiiiiwiiimniiiiiiiiiniiiii By Drew Pearson WASHINGTON - The ghost of Joseph Stalin, hanging over the Kremlin like a dank and dismal pall since his denunciation by Khrushchev, may soon return to its tomb, mission accomplished. Reports from the Soviet Inner sanctum tell of a violent debate over restoring Stalin* e name and fame as a Russian hero, with the pro-Stalinists apparently gaining the upper hand. After his downgrading by Khrushchev, Stalin's name was purged from Russian history books, his statues battered down, his portraits ripped from their place beside those of Lenin. But now that Khrushchev himself has been ousted and denounced, the hardline Communists who disapprove of the policy of coexistence and cooperation with the West are striving to turn the clock all the way back. They argue that U. S. Imperialism in Viet Nam and the Dominican Republic are proof that Khrushchev was wrong, Stalin was right. Pyotr Demichev, the new ideological boss, is reported to have passed the word to Soviet writers and poets to write favorably of Stalin again. For. the first time since he was debunked, Stalin's name is being mentioned kindly in the Soviet press. Last month, Russian newspapers even began referring to "Stalingrad" once more. Khrushchev had changed its name to Volgograd. The importance of this inside battle is that if Stalin again is glorified in Russia, it will mean die-hard disciples have again won control - and they are strongly anti-American. And as I reported from Moscow in March, their resurgence will be one more sign of the very serious and very dangerous repercussions to President Johnson's foreign politics. - o - -SOVIET SEA^POWER- Our admirals aWfineasy over Russia's growing sea power. They believe our ships are more formidable, our sailors more experienced. But the Red navy has tripled the number of ships- more than 3,000 active vessels compared with less than 900 U. S. naval craft. The Russians have specialized In submarines and small swift patrol boats. For example, Russia has more than 400 submarines. We have less than 170. But it is the comparative obsolescence of our ships that worries the admirals most. Seventy per cent of the fleet Is over-age - namely, over twenty years old. In contrast, most of the Soviet fleet is new. These IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY Probate No. 8697 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Simon Elbert, Deceased. TO ALL PERSONSINTERESTED IN THE ABOVE ENTITLED ESTATE: You are hereby notified that on the 10th day of May, 1965, the last will and testament of the above named decedent, bearing date the 14th day ot December, 1950, and Codicil attached thereto dated March 15, Ititib, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that the undersigned was appointed executor of said estate. Notice is 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 18th day of May, 1965. Colletta Mullin Executor of said Estate McMahon & Cassel Attorney for said Executor Algona, Iowa Date of second publication; 25th day of May, 1965. (38-39) figures are particularly disturbing in view of our Increased reliance on sea power to support our bombing of Viet Nam and our occupation of the Dominican Republic. - o - -LONG SUMMER FOR CONGRESS- Congresslonai leaders have just about given up hope of an early adjournment this year. At first they hoped to wind up the session by the Fourth of July. Then they set August 15 as the target for adjournment. But the crises in Viet Nam and the Dominican Republic have loaded them down with so much extra work that they now figure they will be lucky to go home in October. However, they may take a short summer vacation. - o - -MORE BIG-STICK DIPLOMACY- President Johnson has told visitors he will use the Marines, if necessary, to stop the communists from selling any Latin American country. He ordered -the Marines into the Dominican Republic, he explained, as much to save Colombia, Guatemala and Venezuela as the Dominican Republic. Latin Reds had agreed at a big Havana conference last November to start so-called "wars of liberation" throughout the hemisphere. They were promised clandestine aid from China, Cuba and Russia. Central Intelligence had warned that the first outbreaks could be expected in Colombia, Guatemala and Venezuela. The CIA warning did not mention the Dominican Republic. *:*!* », Johnson figured that If he sent an overwhelming number of troops into the Dominican Republic - 30,000 - it would serve notice he would not stand by communist that the troops wore OAS insignia and took orders from the OAS. This would include OAS arm bands for U. S. Marines. The State Department Immediately started to haggle and quibble. At this point ex-Gov. Munoz Marin of Puerto Rico and ex- President Romulo Betancourt of Venezuela begged Johnson to stop the quibbling or the whole plan would go down the drain. He agreed immediately. Peace Corps volunteers In the Dominican Republic, incidentally, have reported that the poorer classes overvvholmlngly favor the liberal cause. They are opposed to communism, but han a v.'llowed some communist propaganda - including the story that rich landlords are depriving them of the water needed for their drought-stricken fields. - o - -KENNEDY-JOHNSON FEUD-Rep. John Lindsay'sdetermln- ination to take on Mayor Robert Wagner In the New York mayoralty battle is just what the Kennedy clan wanted. It gives Bobby Kennedy a heaven-sent opportunity to step in and fill the Democratic vacuum in Manhattan. If Mayor Wagner is defeated, the Kennedy clan will take over control of Democratic politics in New York state. Last week Sen. Ted Kennedy came within four votes of defeating the administration on banning the poll tax. Simul- taneously the Kennedy-backed Sen. Joe Tydlngs, Md., chlded LBJ for forgetting that it was "international cooperation year" and weakening the OAS and the UN. The week before, Bobby Kennedy had chlded LBJ on mishandling the Dominican crises and spreading the war in Viet Nam. Meanwhile, Johnson's heir apparent, HHH, who privately wanted to ban the poll tax and privately disapproved of the Domincan occupation, has to sit on the sidelines silent. Vice President Humphrey is the man the Kennedy clan is Indirectly aiming at. - o - -PENTAGON PIPELINE- The latest Chinese communist threat to send "volunteers" to Viet Nam hasn't been followed up by any military move toward the border . . . American diplomats have sounded out Asian leaders about the effect on North Viet Nam of the continued bombing. Not a single Asian government thought the bombing would stop the infiltration into South Viet Nam or bring the North Vietnamese to the conference table . . . Soviet diplomats have hinted that the United States and Russia should find some way to work out a settlement in Viet Nam. In private talks with Western diplomats, the Russians point out that both countries have the same objectives in Viet Nam. Both want to block Chinese com- munist expansion and to keep the conflict under control. The Russians complain, however, that the American raids are making it impossible for them to bring pressure for peace on the North Vietnamese, the Kremlin would lose its influence in the Communist world, these diplomats plead, If it sought peace while another communist country was under bombardment. f .. DIAMOND'S VACATION SPECIALS AIR MATTRESS Here's a Regular $1.99 as Illustrated. 1.00 EXTRA SPEC I A LI ZEBCO FISHING COMBINATION GEAR Model 606 Spinning Reel - $12.95 Model 3300, 2 piece, 6 ft, Fibre Glass Rod - $ 7.95 Reg. Price, complete w/line — $20.90 WHILE THEY LAST - $8.27 P.S. Mem Can't Backlash This I PUP TENT (As Illustrated) Complete with Poles, Rope and Stakes — Good Canvas 5.99 SLEEPING BAGS In All Price And Quality Ranges All on Dltplay. 8.99 and up LIFE PRESERVERS Coast Guard Approved Reg. $3.9b and $4.98 Child's or Adults - Your Choice $ 2.99 A GOOD STOCK OF HEAVY DUTY SPORTSMEN'S SHOES - o - -STRIPED-PANTS BUNGLERS-State Department bumblinff almost upset the histO^W decision to send a Latin American police force into the. Dominican Republic to take over from the United States Marines. Latin American delegates were already sore at President Johnson for rushing the Marines Into Santo Domingo without consulting a single Pan American ambassador. The State Department then made matters worse by providing the OAS with week- old reports on Dominican developments. By only one vote the OAS finally agreed to bail us out by sending a Latin American peace-keeping force - provided IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY Probate No. 8670 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Effle I. Robinson, Deceased. TO ALL PERSONSINTERESTED IN THE ABOVE ENTITLED ESTATE; You are hereby notified that on the 18th day of May, 1965, the last will and testament of the above named decedent, bearing date the 15th day of August, 1940, and codicils attached thereto dated October, 1951; December 15, 1952 and May It, 1954, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that the undersigned was appointed executor of said estate. Notice is 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 19th day of May, 1965. Mildred Robinson Russell Robinson Executor of said Estate Shumway, Kelly & Frlstedt Attorney(«) for said Executor Algona, Iowa Date of second publication: 25th day of May, 1965. (38-39) GOOD NEIGHBORS TO KNOW AROUND THE TOWN & COUNTRY Meet Arnold Laabs Of Fenton Arnold^,'. Laabs, this week's ,,,., . miles somh and a .mile east '' '"' of Fentdn wtiere he 'is a tenant farmer. J The 320 acres he farms, including 110 acres of corn, 40 acres of oats and 80 acres of beans, also includes 160 acres owned by his father, which he also farms two miles west of Fenton. Born in Palo Alto county, his parents are Mr. and Mrs. Reinhold Laabs. He has lived most of his life in the Fenton area. Hunting is his main hobby and he raises milk cows and hogs and also has three horses. His favorite Jobs on the farm are working with corn and cows. ,,... Mrs. Uftte is the former Rosemary,Fuhr, daughter,of,M^ and Mrs. John Fuhr, Fenton. She is also a life-long resident of that area. Rosemary and Arnold were married Jan. 9, 1955 and have two daughters, Diane Mary and Carol Jane. Mr. Laabs, who served In the Army engineer corps in England during Army service, 195153, has a brother, Wilfred, Fenton; and five sisters, Mrs. Fred Mortenson, Fenton, Mrs. Virgil Wolf, Bancroft, Mrs. Cliff Haase, Algona, Mrs. Walter Schmidt, Austin, Minn., and Mrs. Howard Renfrew, Calvin, No. Dak. •"V V* 1 V Upper Dts Moirms Publishing Co. PRINTING AT IT'S BEST - WITH QUALITY AND ECONOMY Algona ROBINSON CONST CO S| OUX STEEL OLDG Buscher Brothers Impl. Minneapolis Mollne — Kelly-Ryan — Papec New Idea Farm Machinery • Smlm • ferric* • Friendly ft Couiicotu Al«rayi N. Mala St. Phone 2WW4S1 Robinson Construction Company, pictured above east on U.S. 18 from Algona has successfully served this area in farm, commercial and residential construction since 1945. This building was built and designed by Bud to meet the requirements of a rapidly growing business. Robinson Construction Company, since its very beginning, has made every effort to do the best possible in workmanship and uses only the finest quality materials. The company takes pride in cooperating with the customer to see that the finished job is what he wants and expects. The quality of materials and expert workmanship done by this company can be seen in many of the finer homes in Algona, If you are planning to build, remodel or redecorate in the future, see Robinson Construction Company of Algona for the finest work that can be ebne, Here you will find friendly, efficient personnel cooperating with you in every way to see that you get no less than the best. Robinson Construction Co. Sioux Steel Buildings Building Construction F*r iU», strength, lone 111* Md MM oi bund- ing, Iniltt en - IIOUX Another •dyancenwat In •Mtor forming. C. E. Iloblnien East en Hwy, II Phone 2*54374 -'-'",— II II^^BHBMBPVHMH Joe Bradley Equipment South Hotel Algona Farm Machinery — Trucks — Tiros AllU-Ch»lm»»i Oiivtr CMC Tiucki Fimtpn* Tlrti Phone 295-2421 A109H* Ernie Williams John Deere Farm Machinery BOTH QUAUTY ft SERVICE Located east of Algona on highway 18. Phone Algona Implement Co. Your Friendly International Harvester Dealer FARM EQUIPMENT MOTOR TRUCKS Seles $ Service n Plume 295-3594 ALGONA Heating & Plumbing 'Completely Equipped T» Completely" Plumbing Shttt Mtt«l <5»* or OU Vnltt W«t«r Coropltt* 293-WQ ALGONA

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