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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 31

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, October 13, 1949
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A **»•» Acheson Attacks East Reich State ^t 1 ' (UlR) —Secretary of State Dean Acheson said Wednes- day the United States considers that the communist government set up in eastern Germany "is without any legal validity or foundation in the popular will." Acheson said in a statement that the new regime "was created by soviet and communist fiat." o fine outdoor jacket made by Green Bay LOOK AT THESE 4 QUALITY FEATURES, (3) Pure worsted wool knit cuffs and wrist. '(4) Mouton Fur Collar r-(2) Skinners "Tackle Twill" fabric. Long wearing, water repellent, wind proof. Tan and Cocoa colors. Body and sleeves are Insulated from the cold with a luxurious quilted lining made by Celanese. Compare with jackets costing dollars more! C«? to Knot* Good Clothes For Men and Boys For Over 50 Years Make the ODD LOT SHOE CO., your work shoe headquarters—if it's anything in Work Shoes we have it ... The following work shoes are carried in stock. V-' ,. Former Iowa Woman Named to Be Ambassador to Denmark Washington, (U.R)—Mrs. Eugenie Anderson, 40-year-old democratic national committeewoman from Red Wing, Minn., Wednesday was nominated by President Truman to be ambassador to Denmark. Mrs. Anderson was the first woman ever to be named as a full ambassador of this country. Mrs. Ruth Bryan Rohde, formerly was minister to Denmark. Mrs. Anderson was nominated to succeed Josiah Marvel. The only other American woman diplomat at present is Mrs. Perle Mesta, minister to Luxembourg. Born in Adair, Iowa, Mrs. Anderson was married in 1930 to John P. Anderson, an artist. They have 2 children, Johanna, 14, and Hans, 12. Mrs. Anderson is of Scotch- English ancestry. She was educated at Stephens college in Missouri, Carleton college in Minnesota and the Institute of Musical Art in New York City. Dr. M. Kitson Dies at Osage Osage— -Funeral services for Dr. Matie Kitson, 74, who died at her home in Osage Wednesday afternoon, will be held at 3 p. m. Thursday at the Champion funeral home, the Rev. C. D. James officiating. Funeral and burial services will be held at Ionia, Mich. Saturday. Dr. Kitson had practiced medi-'dead on arrival at a hospital. ETTA KETT By PAUL ROBINSON cine in Osage until May 22 this year and since then had been under treatment at Mercy hospital in Mason City and at Rochester, Minn. Dr. Kitson was born April 30, 1875, in Ionia county, Michigan, to the Rev. A. J. and Sarah Root. She was married to Ben Merritt Kitson in 1905. After her marriage, Dr. Kitson enrolled at the Still College of Osteopathy at Des Moines. She was graduated in 1911 and had practiced in Osage ever since, for 33 years. She was a member of the Osage Chamber of Commerce, the Wa- Tan-Ye club and the First Methodist church and its organizations. Survivors include a daughter, Kathryn, who formerly was vocational homemaking instructor at Osage high school, and a sister, Mrs. Francis Ashby of Ionia, Mich. 2 Tots Crushed as Piano Falls Cortland, N> Y., (/P)—Doug Stebbins, 4, and his brother, Roy, 3, were crushed to death Wednesday when an upright piano their mother was moving toppled over. The children had been playing on the living room floor in their home. Their distraught mother, Mrs. Andrew Stebbins, ran a quarter of a mile before she found 2 neighbors to help her right the piano. The boys were pronounced MEN!! It's Work Shoe Time FREE BUILT-IN SIEGLERMAT1C DRAFT Ihtufty WNU ml W) MUtioMl —Ifj built k —Incmm lutt •atptit UiSwTdwBly * .( f.otiiiM ottil .. You get everything you've ever wanted in an oil heater when you get a Siegler! You get appearance, compactness, furnace-volume full-house heating! It circulates heat off the top... radiates heat offj sides, front and back! It floods heat.] ankle-high over the floors. 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Featured by your favomc Furniture, Hardware, Appliance and Implement dealer Your SIEGLER OIL HEATER Dealer in Mason City is COAST to COAST STORE / You'vsr SEEM RAIDING I GIMME// poatc ov«.ra .iJ AW,'-BUTT GEE, ETTA.? Bix/yoime HIDING SOMETHING YOU'VET we.' . sur t WANT- r a HOWARD BrxweuL J / TH«M TO TAKE V. L WANT MY SNAPSHOTS v - BACtC" THIS VERV INSTANT/' , TO SCHOOLi'-pen. j COW-TEST-.':? • Beta* you buy ony oil hooter . ^»x open the door and took ONLY IN SIfOtIR WILL YOU FIND THf 1WMHNE fat fond from «vwy drop of Lilienthal Cleared of Atom Charge Washington, (U.R)—The joint congressional atomic energy committee, by a 9 to 6 party line vote, Wednesday cleared David E. Lilienthal of charges of "incredible mismanagement" of the atomic energy program. The coznmittee adopted as final a report on its investigation of charges made by Senator Bourke B. Hickenlooper, R., Iowa, against the chairman of the atomic energy commission last May. The charges resulted in lengthy hearings. The report giving Lilienthal a clean bill of health contained only minor changes from the original draft submitted by Committee Chairman B^rien McMahon, D., Conn., and Vice Chairman Carl T. Durham, D., N. Car. McMahon and Durham were joined in approving the report by Senators Tom Connally, D., Tex.; Edwin C. Johnson, D., Colo.; and Richard B. Russell, D., Ga., and Reps.- Paul J. Kilday, D., Tex.; Henry M. Jackson, D., Wash.; Melvin Price, D., 111.; and Chet Holifield, D., Cal. Voting against the report were Hickenlooper, and Senators Eugene D. MiHikin, R., Colo.; and William F. Knowlfind, R., Cal.; and Reps. W. Sterling Cole, R., N. Y.; Charles H. Elston, R., Ohio; and James E. Van Zandt, R., Pa. Bishop Kennedy of Honolulu to Be Guest of Episcopalians Nobel Peace Prize Goes to Britisher j Oslo, Norway, (/P) — The Norwegian parliament's Nobel committee announced Wednesday it has awarded the Nobel peace prize for 1949 to Lord Boyd Orr, former chief of the United Nations food and agriculture organization. No Nobel peace prize was awarded in 1948. The 1947 prize went to the American Friends Service Committee (Quakers) and the Friends Service Council, London. The prizes are awarded from a fund set up in 1896 ,by Alfred B. Nobel, the inventor of dynamite. Several Americans had been among those who had been considered by the pi-ize, including Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt. When he was made a baron early this year, Sir John Boyd Orr took the name of Lord Boyd Orr. The Briton became director general of the FAO in 1946, and was succeeded by Norris E. Dodd of the United States in April, 1948. He is president of the world movement for world government. Bishop Harry S. Kennedy of Honolulu will be the guest of St. John's Episcopal church Thursday night at 8 in the McNider guild hall. Bishop Kennedy will speak to the parish on the missionary activities of the Episcopal church. A coffee hour will follow. The Rt. Rev. Harry S. Kennedy was consecrated bishop of the Missionary District of Honolulu on Jan. 11, 1944. This important post embraces the Hawaiian and Samoan Islands, with a population of about 519,503 persons, including many races and an area of ti,454 square miles. Bishop Kennedy was born in Brooklyn, N. Y., in 1901 and received his early training in the public schools of Rahway, N. J. He attended Rutgers college and Colorado State Teachers college and took post-graduate work at the University of Southern California. Following ordination to the priesthood by Bishop Mize of Kansas in 1926, Doctor Kennedy took charge of a missionary district with Concordia, Kans, as headquarters. His next charge was that of missionary priest in the San Luis Valley Region, Colo., _ from which he went to Denver as rector of St. Thomas' church. He was called to Grace church, Colorado Springs, in 1937. In the second World war Bishop Kennedy was a chaplain in the army of the United States from 1942 to 1943. Military Pay Boost Signed Washington, (#}—President Truman Wednesday signed into law a raise in pay for most members of the armed services. The white house announced that Mr. Truman signed the bill in his office at about 2:25 p. m. (CST). That was several hours in advance of the midnight deadline for his action. The bill provides an annual increase totaling approximately $300,000,000 for members of the various military branches. It means increased pay for virtually everyone who wears a uniform, effective as of Oct. 1. The increases range from around $5 a month for recruits to a little more than $300 for generals with 30 years or more service. BISHOP H. KENNEDY Truck Forced From Highway Near Decorah Decorah — Loaded with 20,000 pounds of merchandise from Minneapolis, a H. & W. truck was forced off highway 52 8 miles north of Decorah- at midnight Wednesday. Don Hoppman, the .driver, said he had a choice of hitting an approaching car headon or taking to the ditch and he chose the latter. He was uninjured. After leaving the highway the truck sheared off a telephone pole and passed through about 50 yards of light timber, crossing a creek 20 feet wide ar-d turning over about 20 feet beyond the ditch. The cargo was reloaded Thursday morning. Med School Enrollment May Be Hiked Iowa City, OJ.R)—President Virgil Hancher of the University of Iowa Thursday reported enrollment at the University medical school may be boosted next fall, 2 years ahead of schedule. Hrsr.cher outlined plans for the speeded-up expansion for the interim legislative committee Wednesday. The plan, calling for expenditure of $82,773 this year, will be presented to the state board of education Friday. Hancher said the funds, to be used to renovate the medical laboratory building and medical science facilities, would enable an additional 30 students to be enrolled next fall, "2 years sooner than previously expected." The last session of the legislature requested expansion of the medical school to 120 students a year to provide more doctors. About 90 students usually are admitted each year. F.B.I. ... (7 p.m.) "The F.B.I. in Peace and War" presents another thrilling adventure in the G-men's battle against crime. Mr. Keen ... (7:30 p.m.) The famous, tracer of lost persons, begins his 13th year with the investigation of "The Silver Dagger Murder Case." Edward Arnold ... (8 p.m.) 'To keep you in "Suspense" Arnold portrays a timid bookkeeper who steels himself to meet the tyranny of his employer by murder—if necessary. The Virginian ... (9 p.m.) Screen Star Mac- .Donald Carey plays the lead in the radio adaptation of the best selling novel and hit movie. Canning and bottling of tomato juice has increased tomato consumption per person in the U. S. 4 or 5 times in a decade. Grid Gallop On the Wesley—Mr. and Mrs. George Ricke and her brother, Arnold Sutfflick, spent several days recently with their mother, Mrs. Mary Stufflick, hospitalized in Dubuque. 112 South Federal Mickey Kaufman, Owner Phone 394 KSMN 1000 WATTS 1010 DIAL Your First Choice In Daytime Listening Pleasure From 6:15a.m. to 5:30p.m. 6:15 A. M., News Presented By HAROLD MOTORS Rutledge Case Transcript to High Court Des Moines, (/?) —A clerk's transcript of the trial of Dr. Robert C. Rutledge, O'r., has been filed with the Iowa supreme court. The transcript was received from the Linn county clerk of the district court at Cedar Rapids, where the lengthy trial was held last May. Dr. Rutledge, 28-year-old St. Louis child specialist, was found guilty by a district court jury last May 28 of 2nd degree murder in the fatal stabbing of Byron C. Hattman, bachelor admirer of the doctor's wife, in a Cedar Rapids hotel room. Dr. Rutledge now is serving a 70-year sentence in the Iowa state penitentiary for the slaying. The appeal probably will not be submitted to the high court until after the first of the year. Radio Beam THURSDAY NIGHT NETWORK HIGHLIGHTS ABC—7;M Thi Eye; 7:30 To Be Announced; 8:00 Orlflnil Amateur Hour; 9:00 Name the Movie; 8:30 Someone Yon Know. CBS—6:30 Club IB; 6:45 Edwkrd R. Morrow; 7:60 *The F. B. I. In Peace and War; 7:30 Mr. Keen; 8:60 Suspense; 8:30 Crime Photographer; 9:00 Hallmark Flayhonse; 9:30 First Nirhter. MBS—7:00 California Caravan; 7:30 Fishing and Huntln; Club; 8:00 Comedy Playhouse; 0:00 Mutual Newsreel; 9:30 Dance Music. NBC—7:00 Aldrlch Family; 7:30 Father Knows Beit; 8:00 Screen Guild Players; 8:30 Duffy's Tavern; 9:00 Supper Club. . . . Don't forget, the deadline for this week's entries in the Grid Gallop contest is midnight Thursday. Doily Schedule For KGLO + KGLO-EM KICM versa Combining PROVINCIAL CHARM with CONTEMPORARY CHIC "Nasturtium," one of many papers artfully designed at the famed Stockwell studios in California. SHEPHERD'S PAINT* WAU.PAPER , 27-29 First St. S. E. Phone 1362 GOP Leaders to Meet in Chicago Chicago, (U.R)—Republican state chairmen from 19 midwest and Rocky mountain states will begin a 2-day 1950 campaign strategy meeting with farm policy talks. Guy Gabrielson, chairman of the republican national committee, will speak to the conference Saturday. Vernon Romney, state party chairman for Utah, called the .meeting. Chairmen attending will' 1 represent, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesotc, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Wisconsin, Missouri, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming and Ne%v Mexico. Cornelia Vanderbilt Weds for 2nd Time London, (fP) —Cornelia Vanderbilt, once called the world's richest bride, was married a 2nd time Wednesday. Th,e American granddaughter of famed Commodore Vanderbilt was married in deepest secrecy to Vivian Francis Bulkeley-Johnson, 58-year-old London banker. A notice of intention to wed gave her age as 43. Miss Vanderbilt married John Francis Amherst Cesil, then first secretary of the British embassy in Washington, in an ultra-fashionable wedding in Washington in, 1924. They were divorced 10 years later. ON youR DIAL Thursday P.M. 4:00 Sports News JiJO Your Home Town 4:30 "1490" Club fi:00 Straight Arrow 5:30 Captain Midnight 6:00 Fulton Lewis 6:15 News «:40 B and B Temperature Quiz 6:35 Gems of Melody 6:45 Sports HI Lltes 7:00 Reflection!) In Melody 7:30 Gabriel Heatter 7:•!.> Melody Time 1:55 Mill Henry 8:00 Comedy Playhouse 9:00 Cecil Brown, News 9:15 Mutual Newsreel 9.30 Wishing and Hunting Club of the Air 10:00 N'ews 10:15 "1490" Club 10:55 News 11:00 "1490" Club 11:55 News 12:00 Sign Oft Friday A.M. 6:00 Jerry Smith Show 6:30 Farm Frolic Time 6:40 News 6:45 Farm Frolic Time 7:00 News 7:15 Reveille Rhythms 8:W> News 8:15 Tell Your Neighbor 8:30 Your Home Town [1:30 B and B Temperature Quit 9:35 Mid Morning Melodies 9:45 Do You Remember 10:00 Boyer'i Billboard 10:15 Your Marriage 10:30 Agnlnst the Storm 11:00 Kata Smith Speaks 11:15 Church Notes of the Air 11:30 Waltz Time 11:45 Gabriel Heatter, Mailbai Friday P.M. 1S:<H> News 12:15 Luncheon Lyrlci 12:30 Radio Farm Journal 1:00 Queen lor a Day l:M Uiten I**lei 1:45 Musical Moods 2:16 Grain Reporter 2:22 New* 2:30 Bob Poole Show 3:00 Tea Time Tunei 3:15 Marvin Miller 3:30 Hoe Down Party 4:00 Sports and News •ti Thursday P.M. • 5:00 Accents on Music 5:15 Clemr Lake: On the Air, Clear L»ko Merchants 5:30 Cort Massey, Miles Laboratories, CBS 5:45 Time Was 6:00 News, P. G. * E. (Minshall) 6:15 Sports Camera ' 6:30 Club IS, Campbell Sonpt, CBS 6:4S Edward R. Morrow, News Campbell Soups, CBS 7:00 The F. B. I. In Peace and War, P. * G., CBS 7:30 Mr. Keen, Tracer of Lost Person?, Whitehall Fharraacal Co., CBS 8:00 Suspense, Auto Lite, CBS 8:30 Music In the Modern Mood 9:00 Hallmark Playhouse, Hallmark Cards, CBS 3:30 First Nighter, CBS 10:00 News, First National Bank, (Mln- xhall) 10:15 Something Old, Something New 10:30 Moonlight Memoirs 11:00 News, CBS 11:05 Ted Black's Orchestra, CBS 11:30 Claude Thornhlll Orch., CBS 12:00 News Friday A.M. 6:00 Sign On—News 8:10 Morning Rouser 6:30 Farm Reporter, SUt« Brand Creameries, inc. (Randolph) 6:45 News, Carroll Sales (Kew) 7:00 Rhythm Roundup, Zenor Motor C». 7:15 On the Farm, Allls-Chalmer* 7:30 News (Hilton) 7:3(5 Fan at Breakfast, Sweetheart Bread] 7:40 Sports Scoreboard 7:45 Top of the morning 8:00 Keep Time With Damons 8:15 Holsam Headline!, Holsnrn Bread (Hilton) 8:30 Yesterday's Music, Cod Sprlnf Canning C*. 8:4.1 Bin* Sinn, Maion City '31obe-Ga- zette 9:00 Today In Osaft, Glare Merchants 9:30 Bible Broadcast, Radio Chapel 9:45 Kitchen Club, Perfex 10:00 News Direst. Jacob E. Decker and Sane (Minshall) 10:15 "Tater" Qnfi, Hlland Potato Chip* 10:34) Grand Slam, Wonder Bread. CBS 10:45 Bob Clausen Shaw, General Electric Dealers 11:00 Wendy Warren. General Food*, CBS 11:15 Betsy Ross Serenade, Pfaff Baklns; Company 11:30 Helen Trent, American Home Prod- vats, CBS Il;45 Oar Gal Sunday, American Homo 'Products, CBS Friday P.M. 12:00 Today's Markets, Nqtrena 12:85 The Man On the Street, Prltehari Motor Co. 12:IS Noon Roundup, Carries 12:X4» News, Lyons' Laundry (Hilton) 12:45 Farm and Home Topic Time, SI. Pan! Livestock Market 1:00 The Second Mrs. Burton, General Foods, CBS 1:15 Home Town News (Palen) 1:34 This Is N»ra Drake, Tool Co., CBI 1:45 Mystery Melody Game 2:0« Arthar Godfrey Time, Chesterfield Clrareta, CBS t:S» A«nt Jenny, Lover HTM., CBS S:»* News, Holsuin Bread 3:05 The Old Philosopher 3:15 The Bob ClauMn Show 4:f* Arthur Godfrey Time, O Godfrey Gold teal 4:19 Arthur CBS 4:S» Arthur Godfrey Wave, CBS 4:45 KGLO Forum Tl Time, Spray-A*

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