The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 20, 1959 · Page 25
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 20, 1959
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NOTES OF SERVICE MEN A/3C William Robinson, above, left for Minneapolis Saturday after spending a. thirty day leave here with his parents, Mr and Mrs E. E. ('Bud) Robinson. Airman Robinson entered servica February 16 at Lackland A.F.B. and then werrt to San Antonio for a 12 week Organizational Siipply school. He expects to be stationed in AlasJk'a soon. LUDWIGSBURG, — Army Pfc. John. GERMANY A. Young- wirth, 23, son of Mrs .Helen Younf'iwirth, Wesley, recently was assigned to the 220th Medical Collecrting Company jn Ludwigsburg, 'Germany. Youfngwirth entered the Army in iSe/ptember 1958 and received basic training at Fort Carson, Colrx Me was last stationed at Fork Sam Houston, Tex., and arrived : in Europe in February of this year. Youngwirth is a 1954 graduate of Wesley Public 'High School and was employed -by Robinson Produce and Feed before entering the Army. His wife, Carol, is with hrm in Germany. GRAFENWOHH, GERMANY — Army Pvt. Eldon F. Helmers, 23, son of Mr and Mrs H. H. Helmers, 501 S. Hale St., Algona, Iowa, is participating in a lengthy large-scale field training exercise with the 4th Armored Division in Grafenwohr, Germany. Helmers, has Ibeen overseas since last May. He is a demolition expert in the Engineers. The 1954 Algona High School graduate worked for the Algona Electric Co. before entering the Army in December 1958. —o— GRAFENWOHR, GERMANY — Army Pvt. Richard E. Frambach, 23, whose wife, Marlene, livss at 719 E. Oak st., Algona, la., has been participating in a lengthy large-scale field training exercise with the 4th Annored Division in .Grafenwohr, Germany. The exercise concluded Aug. 17. Framibach, who has been overseas since last May, is a mechanic in Company A of the division's 24th Enghieer (Battalion in Furth He completed 'basic training a1 Fort Hood, Tex. Before entering the Army, in 195!?, Frnmbseh attended Algona High School and worked for the Algona Street Department. His parents, Mr and Mrs Harold W. Frambaoh, live in Whittemore. Be Safe, Sound And Secure. Has your rainy day arrived? With savings on hand to tide you over, you have protection against periods of temporary unemployment, unexpected medical expenses or other financial emergencies. To build "rainy day" funds, set aside a small sum regularly in our profitable savings account. As little^is $5 or $10 makes a good start. And helped by our above-average earnings, you'll soon reach your goal. Open your "rainy day" savings account today! Per Annum Now Paying Compounded Semi-Annually HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASS'N. Since 1917 SPEAKING: Hot Water All Gone? Electric Water If there's not enough water to go around in your family, here's a permanent answer to your problem: Buy an automatic electric water heat- era, and get one big enough to meet your needs! Then you'll have plenty of hot water, without work or worry. A thermostat keeps water hot, night and day. Just turn the hot water faucet and laugh at the old days when there wasn't enough hot water. Algona Municipal Utilities Phone CY 4-2333 Bridal Shower Held Recently For Swea Girl Swea Cily — Shirley Stenzol, daughter of the Louis Stenzels, was honored at a shower a't the Immanuel Lutheran church in Swea City Aug. 4. Mistress of ceremonies was Mrs Marvin Uhr, Mrs Oscar Lindo presented devotions, Mrs Richard I. Anderson gave a reading, Barbara Stenzel and Helen Madsen sang a duet and Janice Ga'bel presented a piano solo. Mrs Robert Gecrdes had charge of the guest book. Mrs Wm. Hellman and Mrs Harry Lund poured. Hostesses were Mesdames Morris Johnson, Lowell Roberts, Oscar Linde, Walter Genrich, Rudy Peterson, Everett J o h a n s o li, Harry Lund, Orville Miller, Robert Briggs, Arnold McFarland, Dillard Bishop, Monford Peterson, Roy Pehrson, Milton Peterson, Oscar Peterson, Kenneth Patterson, Richard Anderson, Wallace Dawson, Art W. Larson, Marvin Uhr, Bob Moritz, Robert Jorgensen, Ralph Walker and Helen Madsen. LAKOTA NEWS Mr and Mrs William Hippen accompanied Mr and Mrs Dick Spear and Ronald on a four day trip to northern Wisconsin, Mich 1 igan and around Lake Michigan. 'Emma and Lena Gutknecht and Mr and Mrs C. A. Gutknecht enjoyed a sight seeing trip from Saturday through Monday through Minnesota. Last Sunday Mr and Mrs William Wlftjre and Gordon of Lakotn, her sisters, Minnie and Alice Panokuk and her brbtbers, Irvin and JoSn Pannkuk and, Iheir families, of Titonka, went to Granada, Minnesota where they enjoyed homo of Mr Wirljcs. a picnic at the and Mrs Marvin Scheduled airlines of the world spent $120 million for advertising in 1957. Bridal Shower Judy Bravender was honored at a shower Thursday evening at the Swea City Methodist church. Her sister, Susie had charge of the guest book. Penny Guyer presented the program and Mary Lou Bloomster and Marriann Martin presented musical numbers on the piano during the program. Janice Gabel, Mrs Art Larson and Mrs Darrel Bishop assisted in opening gifts. Mrs Mary Bravender and Mrs Mark Clifford poured. Hostesses were Mesdames Monford Peterson, Mancil Hurlburt, Roy Pehrson, Wm. Christenson, Greg Deim, Ronald Johnson, Wm. Guyer, Oliver Blomster, Virgel Blomster, Jack Van Norman, Fern Peterson, Lloyd Johnson, Milton Grieman, Harold Opsal, Rolan Gabel, Ed Stewart, Dean Swanson, Arnold Anderson, Kenneth Patterson, John Sanftner, Martin Dahl, Don Martin and Kenneth Emery. Mrs Ditzler Honored A bridal shower was held at the Elvin Godfredson home, Aug. 9 for Mrs Don Ditzler. Mrs Ditzler is a granddaughter of the Alfred Godfredson's who farmed in the Seneca area' for a number of years. Carolyn Madsen of Seneca played two numbers on the accordion. Several games were played after which the bride opened her gifts and lunch was served. Mrs Pete Godfredson poured coffee. Hostesses were Marilyn Tenney, Mrs Lyle Godfredson and Mrs Elvin Godfredson. W.S.C.S. Met The Methodist Aug. 5. Mrs Ed W.S.C.S. Stewart met had devotions. It is panned to have an ice cream social at the church Aug. 22. Mrs Mervin Johnson had charge of the program assisted by Mrs Gordon Jones, Mrs Derwood Voigt and Mrs Max O'Keefe. Shirley Smouse played two selections on a portable electric organ. A lunch was served by the hostesses. Mrs Carlo Peterson, wife of the pastor at St. John's Lutheran Church, Ringstecl, was guest speaker at the meeting of the | Augustana Lutheran C H u r c h \ Women Aug. (i at the Swea City Immanuel Lutheran church. NOTICE OF HEARING ON APPLICATION OF OHTON FRUIT FARM BY WEBSTEH OHTON FOR A PERMIT TO WITHDRAW WATER IN KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA. Notice Is hereby given that there Is now on file in the Office of the Iowa Natural Resources Council. State House, Dc:s Moines, lown, an application from Orion Fruit Farm by Webster Orton for n permit to withdraw water for Irrigation from the East Fork Des Moines River at points adjacent to the land herein described. The 1 land upon which the water is to be used comprises about 10 acres generally described as that part of Government Lot 9. Section 11. T90N, R29W, Kossutli County, Iowa, lying north and west of the county highway In Kossuth County, Iowa. Applicant requests a permit to withdraw water In the maximum amount of 10 acre-feet a year at a maximum rate of 0.22 cubic feet a second during the period May 1 to October 10 of each year. Notice is further given thai a public hearing will be held at 11:00 A.M. on September 9, 1959, at the Hancock County Courthouse, Garner, Iowa, at which time and place or at any adjournment, the Water Commissioner or his Deputy will take evidence by the applicant and any other person either in support of or in opposition to the granting of a permit. , R. G. Bullard I Water Commissioner (33-34) OFFICIAL NOTICE BEFORE THE IOWA STATE COMMERCE COMMISSION OF KOSSUTH Zoning Ordinance and that the Board of Adjustment publish a summary of the final decision of the Board within fifteen clays following Its decision. All pciFons interested In the above matters are advised to attend said healing and express their objections or approval of the proposed changes Hy direction of Ihr City Council. David A. 'Smith City Clerk Pr«i«nt Propoud Clani- Claiil- flcallon flcatlo: Notice is hereby given that Charles F. lies and Harold E. McKinney, DBA Iowa Film Delivery, Des Moines, Iowa, has made application to the Iowa State Commerce Commission under authority of Chapter 325, The Code 1958, for a Certificate of Convenience and Necessity to operate as a motor carrier of freight by extending its existing authority as a motor carrier of freight. A. By enlarging its present commodity description to include freight limited to small parcels and packages not to exceed 200 Ibs.' ill weight for each parcel or package and without limitation on weight of a shipment from any one shipper or consignor between the following points which It is presently authorized to serve under its Certificate No. 316 and Certificate No. 397 in the name of Charles F. lies and Harold E. McKinney, DBA Film Transporta- .lon Company: Algona, Emmetsburg, Spencer, Arnolds Park, Superior, Armstrong, Buffalo Center, Hurt, Whltte- more, Ruthven, Fostoria, OkoboJI Sstherville, Swea City, Titonka, West Bend. Cylinder, Dickens, Milford. Spirt Lake, Gruver, Lakota, Bancroft, 3oone. Rolfe, Luther, Graettlnger, ?ort Dodge. Gilmore City, Madrid, Humboldt, Dakota City and Polk City and B. By including as additional points on its presently existing regular routes the following: Ogden. Ringsted, Ledyard, Bradgate. Bode, Otho, Dayton, Terrill, Boxholm, Fenton, Woden, Lu- Verne, Rutland, Burnside. Pilot Mound, Harcourt, Lone Rock, Ottosen, Livermore, Badger, Lehigh and Fraser and requests authority to transport freight limited to small parcels and packages not to exceed 200 Ibs. In weight for each parcel or package and without limitation on weight of a shipment from any one shipper or consignor aetween said points and all points on its existing regular routes including those set out in paragraph A. and C. To serve as off-route points all motion picture theaters located within five (5) miles of its existing regular routes used in connection with the service set out in paragraphs A and B ibove for the transportation of film and film accessories for delivery to drive-in-theaters in Kossuth. Palo Alto, -lay. Dickinson, Emmet, Winnebago, 3oone, Pocahontas, Webster, Humboldt, Polk and Hancock Counties, Iowa. The Commission fixed Tuesday, September 22. 195!), ten (10:00) o'clock a.m. at the office of the Buena Vista County Auditor, Storm Lake, Iowa, as time and place for public hearing on the above docketed application. IOWA STATE COMMERCE COMMISSION Harold E. Hughes, Chairman Bernard J. Martin. Commissioner Ray H. Thompson, Commissioner ATTEST: Geo. L. McCaughan, Secretary Dated at Des Moines, Iowa, August 5, 1959. Docket No. H-4675. (33-34) Irvington Marguerite M. Hayes •Mr and Mrs Herman Becker and Ronnie are vacationing this week at Yellowstone Park and Black Hills. Mr and Mrs Bill Stiemel of Buckingham spent the weekend at the home of Mrs M. Frankl and at the Gerald Frankl home. Chris Gales visited at Techny, 111. over the weekend with his daughters who are nuns at a Convent there. Mr and Mrs Herbert Wallace and children of Belgrade, Minn, visited old neighbors and frienda in this vicinity over past weekend. Mr and Mrs Milford Plathe and family spent last week with friends at Philipsburg, Mont. Enroute home they spent some lime at Yellowstone Park. Mr and Mrs Durwood Walker stayed at the Wayne Wickwira home lust week wryle they were vacationing in the West. Mr Walker is now with the Army Reserve for a three week period in Wisconsin. Mr and Mrs K. P. Roney recently spent a weekend at thu home of Mr and Mrs Roy Blythe at Waukon, Minn. Karlt'C'ii Klein accompanied her aunt, Pauline Bait and son Roger to Colorado Springs a finv weeks uyu. They will return latter part of this week. Captain Win. Butt will return with them for a few days leave. He is stationed at Camp Carson, Colo. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby given that a public hearing will he held on the 9lh day of September, 1959 at 8 o'clock P.M. in the City Hall at Algona, Iowa at which time and place the City Council will consider proposed changes to Zoning Ordinance No. 341 of the City of Algona, Iowa, which said proposed changes include the following: Reclassification and the zoning of the property hereinafter described.' For purposes of this Ordinance, District A is the single-family dwelling district, B is the Multiple-family dwelling district. C is the commercial district, D is the light industry district, and E is the heavy industry district. Said proposed changes also include: An amendment prohibiting the erection and use of single and two-family dwellings in a heavy industry district; the requirement that detached garages be at least three feet from adjoining buildings and that the roofs of said buildings be not less than six inches apart vertically; that the Board of Adjustment publish notice of hearing on any application for a variance or exception from the Properly Involved Original Plat Blocks 1 & 2 ..... A B Block 3 Lot 5 _ ..... B C Block 23 Lot 1 ____ c B Block 24 Lot 4 ______ C B Block 39 .. ........... None A Block 42 Lot 1 & 2 A B Block 40 Lot S, 0, 7 & 8 ------------ A B Block 47 Lot 1, 2, 3 & 4 ... ..... .... A B Block 48 Lot 1. 2, 3&4 .......... .... A B Block 51 Lot 1 & 2 „ A B Block 52 Lot 1. 2, 3 & 4 ----- ........ A B Block 53 Lot 1, 2, 3 & 4 ............. . A B Block 81 Lot 5 ...... A C Block 82 Lots 7 & 8 A C Calls Addition Block 8 .......... .. D C Vacated Mound St. west of Johnson St. A C Block 9 Lots 1. 2, 3, 4, 5 & 6 ......... D C Block 9 Lots 7 & 8 D A N>-j of Vacated Putnam St. between Blocks 9 & 10 ____ A C S',i of vacated Putnam St. between Blocks 8 & 10 ____ A C Block 10. Lots 1, 2, 3 & 4 ............ D C Block 10, Lots 5, 0, 7 & 8 ..... . ..... — D A Block 11, .......... D C Blocks 12, 13, 20, 21 and vacated Mound St. from Clarke to Metcalf and vacated Casey St. from Maple to centre None A Block 25, Lots 1, 2, 7 & 8 _______ ..... D A Block 40, Lots 1, 2, 7 & 8 ........... . D A Block 57, Lots 1. 2, 7 & 8 ...... ------ D A Vacated Ackley St. between Blocks 58 6 59 ______________ None D Blocks 69 & 70 ---- A E Block 71, Lots 3, 4. 5 & 6 ............ D E Block 72, Lots 1, 2. 7 & 8 ____________ D A Block 81. Lots 4, 5 & G .......... — A D Block 82, Lots 5, 6, 7 & 8 ....... ----- A D Block 83, Lots 5, 0, 7 & 8 ............ A D Block 84, Lots 5, 0, 7 & 8 ..: _________ A D Block 87, Lots 5, G, 7 & 8 ... ......... A D Block 88, Lots 5, G, 7 & 8 .......... — A D Block 89, Lots 5 & 6 D E Block DO, Lots 3, 4, 5, G, 7 & 8 -------- D E Vacated Ackley St. between Blocks «0 & 91 ---- None E Block !)1 ............ A E Block <J2 ............ A E Blocks 98 & 90 ---- A E Vacated Ackley St. between Blocks 99 <Sr 100 — None E Block 100 ......... - D E A tract lying north of the C. W. & St. P. Ry, and bounded by Casey St., McCoy St. and the South lines of Blocks 85 & 80, Calls Addition (not in Call's Add.) .- None E Blocks 104, 105, 106 6 107 - .......... A E Blocks J08 thru 116, inclusive .......... A E Block 129 Lots 1, 2 & 3 _______ ..... A D Block 130 Lots 1, 2. 3 & 4 ............ A D Block 131 Lots 1 & 2 A D Block 132 Lots 1, 2, 3 & 4 ...... , ----- A D Block 133 Lots 1, 2, 3, 4. 7 & 8 ... ...... . A E Blocks 134 — 139, inclusive ---- ..... - A E Blocks 140 — 145. inclusive ......... - A D Block 140 Lots 1. 2, 7 & 8 ............ A D Block 158 Lots J. 2. 7 & 8 _ .......... - C A Block IBli Lots 1, U. 7 & 8 ------------- C A Block 220 Lots 5, U. 7 & B ..... _ ...... A B Block 221 Lots 5, G. 7 & 8 ........ _-.. A B Block 222 Lots 5. U, 7 & 8 .......... .- A B Block 223 Lots 5, (i, 7 & 8 ............ A B Call's State Street Addition Block 237 Lots 7 & 8 A Block 238 Lois 5 i 6 A Block 238 Lots 7, 8 & 9 ______________ None Block 239 Lots 5 & (i None Block 239 Lots 7, 8 & 9 .............. None Auditor's Plat of the So. 41J Hods of the SEJ SEJ 2-95-29 El NJ Lot 7 .......... None A. P. of Lot 2 of Lot 8 Si SEj SKI 2-95-29 A Comm. 6fi' E of SE Thuwrfny, Aufj 20,. 1959 Alrjonn (lo.) UppM 0« MolrtM-J Cor. Lot 1 Block 25 O,P. th. E. to Woosler St.; th. So. 132' th. So. 215' th. W. 132' th. N. to Pt. of Beginning. A City Lots in SEJ NWJ 1J-P5 2!) Lots 3, 4 & 5 None IM ." J » «• 29 Cov't. U/. T ___ A Gov't Lot 0 Lois 1. 2, 3. 4 A 5 A Lots (i. 7 & !> -- A Lot 8 _- Nono So. of the C.. M. & St. P. Ry. R. of W.. East of Wooster, North of Pine & Wrst of the C. & N. W. Ry. R. of W - Nono NEAL SMITH'S 1st ADDITION None EVERDS ADDITION -- None SCHULTZ ADDITION A All uplnttcd lands in the W} SEJ of 1-95-29 and WJ NE1 12-95-29 and El NWJ of 12-9529 Nono A A E (33) B B B D IOWA STATE FAIR Aug. 28 thru Sept. 6 Big Car Races — Aug. 28, 30; Sept. 2, 5 Jalopy Races — Aug. 29, 31 Stock Car Races — Aug. 29; Sept. 6 Horse Races — Sept. 1 Thrill Shows - Aug. 28, 30, 31 Roy Rogers Show — Sept. 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 8,000 head of prize livestock Farm machinery show 4-H and FFA Fair Women's Exposition PLAN YOUR HOLIDAY NOW I COUNCIL MINUTES The City Council met Aug. 12. 19B9, at 7:30 P.M.. with Mayor Shlerk and the following named Councllmcn: Muckey, Whittcmore, Drecsman, Parsons & RU-hardson. Absent; Elherl. Resol. approving the budget for 19GO was adopted. Ordinance No. 400 was adopted. Beer permit granted to the East End Groc. & Sjogrcn Croc. Resolution accepting deed from C5ar- rlgan High School lor n portion of McCoy Street was adopted. Resolution authorizing notice of a public hearing to be held with respect lo proposed amendments to the zoning ordinance was adopted. City Clerk was authorized to advertise lor sale that portion of a vacated alley lying to the north of Lot (i, Blk. 130. Call's Add. Police Depart, was authorized to purchase a three wheel motorcycle. GENERAL Smith, salary -----------------Iowa State Bank, withholding tax ------------North Iowa Directory Service, Inc. i work sheets ---- ....... Lewis K. Ferguson, labor ---Advance Publ. Co., publ. ---- Ilutzell's, office supplies -----Mason City Blue Print Service, steel tape ...... ---- 23.05 City Clerk, advance cash ---- 41.50 STREET Lashbrook, salary ....... ----- 15fl.8B Pcrgande. salary — ........... - }^.48 Burtis, salary --------- ....... - "5.82 Metzen. Jr., salary ---- ....... - Prcw, .-alary ---- ............ — Skllling, salary .............. Ostrum, salary ........... ----- ,, Godden, labor ---- ....... ----- 15.84 Groen, labor ------------------ JD.BZ Iowa State Bank, withholding tax ---- ...... -— 87.80 Algona Flour & Feed Co., mdse. 30.J5 Algona Machine Shop, labor & material .. — ...... - lJ-70 Algona Tree Service, labor ---- 25.00 Algona Welding Works. labor & material ------------ "2.07 Frederick Hardware Store, 154.67 5.CO 7.25 20.00 117.94 13.95 ____________________ . Miller Lbff'co.. mdse. . ------- 29.89 Alirona Imol Co., service ---- 4.80 Asphalt Products Co.. premix 288.62 Hilton's Super Service, tires & repairs ..... - ........ 1" .H.i Kent Motor Co., repairs ------ 42.30 Percival Motors, repairs ------ Ju.ll Norton Machine Works, repairs 22.13 Rowntt-Murray. F.nglnpcrs, service 8S1 28 Sinclair Refining Co., fuel .. 3fi 77 PUBLIC SAFETY Boekelman, salary _._ 231.49 Hutchison, salary 202.49 Jorgpnson. salary ._ 180.03 McHridp. salary 153.30 SrhwiirzFMtmrh, salary 15!).fln Unllrn, salary 18056 V'olgt, salary 135.37 Kohl, salary .-. . 2000 Iowa State Bank, withholding lax „ 142.70 Trust A Agency Fund. pension fund 14.23 Osbornp Surgical Supply Co., mdse. 12.00 Algona Electric, labor .. . 275 Jack's O.K. Tire Sprvlcp, repair 1.50 Kelley Lbr. Co.. posts 7.j)0 I'crclval Motors, repairs 22.85 City Clerk, advance cash 3.65 Advance Publ. Co.. letterheads 9.95 The Algona Reminder, add 1.75 Kd M. Fold Equlpmpnt Co., mdse. 56.00 Hilton's Super Service, mdsp. . IG.IB SANITATION I.emkpp. salary 139.00 Gronbach. salary . r 110.21 Helmers, labor .. 97.38 Wciu, Jr.. labor 87.02 Thompson, labor _ _ 47,64 Iowa State Hank, withholding tax 24.80 Chester Willcy, labor 6.00 Ira Kohl, labor- 6.00 North Central Public Service Co., gas 1.50 lAilhcr Fairbanks, machine hire - 10.00 Miller Lbr. Co., materials 66.01 Pratt Electric Co., lamp 50 Frederick Hardware, mdse. 9.29 Algona Flour & Feed Co., mdse. 3.90 Algona Machine Shop, labor _. .85 Union's Super Service, fuel ft tube repair 3.23 Pacific Flush Tank Co., repairs 11.00 £ep Mfg. Corp., supplies _ 70.99 Street Fund, spraying _ 77.59 M. L. VimderWaal. spraying .. 320.82 RECREATION Stephenson. salary 113.80 Hobble, salary 103.40 Garry, salary 78.35 Knoll, salary _ 60.45 Bickcrt, salary 60.45 Herbst, salary 60.45 Dewel, salary 9.75 Christiansen, salary — 76.35 Iowa State Bank, withholding tax — 54.60 Coast To Coast Stores, mdse. .. 1.33 O'Brien Trucking Service, hauling 5.00 Pratt Electric, labor 3.20 Hulzell's, mdse _ 9.45 Thermogas Co. of Algona, thcrmogiis - 13.00 Thompson-Hayward Chemical Co., chlorine — 40.50 Suds-Yer-Duds. laundry 24.11 R. M. Harrison Co., mdse - 35.00 Norton Machine Works, repairs 15.22 DEBT SERVICE Farmers Trust & Savings Bank, bonds & interest 20,231.25 D. E. Thomas, Estate, bonds & interest 9,084.42 Iowa State Bank, Interest 67.50 PARKING METER Groen, salary - 214.83 TOM'S Televiews Sands, salary Iowa State Bank, withholding tax Trust & Agency Fund, pension City Clerk, advance cash 71.48 32.40 2.38 .75 (33) If you've noticed a sizzling noise in your TV set just after you turned it on lately, it is very likely arc-corona. High humidity causes the high pulse voltages on the picture tube to spray into the air which is the sizzling sound. The high humidity could cause serious damage to your sets, and therefore they should be operated several hours each day during this time of year. High voltage may also cause other troubles today. On modern picture tubes the high voltage and electrostatic charges cause dust and smoke particles to filter through venl holes and collect on the face of the iube and on the safety glass. Glasses and tubes should be cleaned off every three or four months. Just as set manufacturers improve their products each year, so do the makers of replacement parts. You will find our parts department up to date with the latest in everything to keep your radio and TV running properly. Here's a twist ... we hear of people going from bit parts and commercials' to stardom, but next fall, it is reported, Lucille Ball and Desi Arnez will replace Betty Furness as refrigerator door openers on the Desilu Playhouse series. THAT'S RICH.... For the answer to your TV and Radio Problems, tune in (112 N. Moore — CY 4-3260). TOM'S RADIO & TV "PLEASE DON'T HURT MY LITTLE GIRL" (32*) DEAR DRIVER: Today my daughter, who is seven years old, started to school: as usual. She wore a dark blue dress with a white collar. She had on her new black shoes. Her cocker spaniel, whose name is "Scott," sat on the front porch and whined as she waved "goodbye" and started off to the halls of learning. Last night we talked about school. She told me about the girl who sits in front of her . . . the girl with the yellow curls . . . and the boy across the aisle who makes funny faces. She told me about her teacher, who has eyes in the back of her head . . . and about the trees in the school yard . . . and about the big girl who doesn't believe in Santa Claus. We talked about a lot of things — tremendously vital, unimportant things — and then we studied spelling, reading and arithmetic and then to bed. "She's upstairs now . . . sound asleep with "Princess Elizabeth" (thafs her doll) cuddled in her right arm. You guys wouldn't hurt her, would you? You see, I'm her Daddy. When her doll is broken or her finger is cut, or her head gets bumped, I can fix it ... but when she starts to school, when she walks across the street, then she's in your hands. She's a sweet little girl and I'm so proud of her. She can run like a deer and darts about like a chipmunk. She likes to ride and swim and hike with me on Sunday afternoons. But I can't be with her all the time ... I have to work to pay for her clothes and education. So please help me look out for her. Please drive carefully, please drive slowly past the schools and intersections . . . and please remember that children do run from behind parked cars. (Author Unknown) THIS MESSAGE Is Being Published For The 9th Straight Year In The Interest Of Our Children's Safety BY FOSTER FURNITURE

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