Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on May 21, 1952 · Page 6
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Estherville, Iowa
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Wednesday, May 21, 1952
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- EDITORIAL The Town's a-C ^roMin* Affairs havt' hciMi ii(>)iiMnjj- aloiij; {iuriiij' the past yoiw. a few riianilicr nf Ccmnu'ii't statistics would iiuiicato. Takinj;- mvoiilory tlu' ollici- (ia> nierce association noted that liank losourcis are up to !*12.!>7'2.r2;). an incroast' I't a luili million dir.-in« the 12 months, Esliniatos place an inciea-c cf llirer fourths o'' a ir.ilUon dollai-s in w hnle .-aio trade, now put at si:', niiili"!;. :iiui a niillion dollars more in retail iui-iiii-s. 'JWY- i"enti.\" at •'*12 millinii ).ir Of course eon>ti .lo::.':- ; tniK In-jpe I'.etter. or i-iiHisi' pains ami w t wh.ere W(inl(l r. Ii'.it. what's more innvirtant. with jrrowth come j'.nj^^ i>i>i iur.e -ome of those, too. I'u' anxune hope to i'ind a l>etter tile com- (.,„y,,„„„ity in wliich to live—ainindantly so', m\ sell'. •"eatlier ' le:t he claims that "often I dislike franklv admits that s-'lf cen­ sure an increase of .si'.i'o. r . rent annual : ^' EU-ctric nul ^T- • : , of a year ai:>' '•' ' •• creased n • ;r i ^ • • ^ • stallal!o:> : : in use. Telephe':e • ajro to c .• vu;::;, 1 Daih' Xew> ^ircuia*;' Ye\}. tile i>'.iri;'- urow; I !r.f>l. ill,. ,•;;<•- (••rr< ii;- ntte^- in- d<'es not ap|iroach the deirree "1 dislike .'.•riain OIIHT people." .^Mir .e >ir\ comitetent physicians aver •hat the mo>i d:-.njrerous iiractice a man or •Aoman ca'i in is to hari)or hate for •nit' iiidiN idiial. •at a xV .K Hate is a health. desli-oyer of iihy- .112 a y, I'i'jiires •ar Ml. W'f Can think o; the snai)iiiest comehack-^ c irii si'e iiiie<—al>out 21 hours after tlu iip|'(irtiiriit\' lia~ passed hy. There is onlv one thinjr more unsatisfac- •or.\- than 'leinjr too i>us\'. and that's not he- iiii;- l>iis>- enou.'::h. Not onh- t'et-i Smile, and it won't seem (piite so tra .Lnc. Political Kin<;>iti«-. Newsmen To Attend Caucuses B\ HOBKHT I10(;.\N. I (iwii D.TIIJ. I'rcss WrltiT Jack IP Jeiiseti \Looks Great For Senators n\ .LACK ll.-\M) .\r StHirt" Writ.T Tlu- .I:irkii' J .-nsiMi -Biicky Unr- ris tiokil i.'; .swfi ^pinp thr roiintiy. With impHh delight in tho iin- bair .iHsmrnt of tlu' rich Now York,'. s who irt both men go. tho pubho is mttinB u kick out of tho surj;,' of the Washlnnton Sonatois. Thiv 'io cnlv two Kinio.s bohlnil Clov.liiml aft or nighf.i 2-0 do- ci .^uin o \'i 'i St. Loiii,*». .lon.son lapP""'' Tommy Byrno for •T poifoot :?-for-3 nijiht. Sinco joinim: W.-ishineton, 17 Riimos npo, Jen- .si 'n battoil .ST."?. Willi, K .IKNSKX .«prnyod bnso hits. Hanis. firod »!> Yank r.iann- Hor in li<4S ba.'skod in a now-found woalth of pitching. Ho opono<l tho sonson with Bob Portorflold and n hopo for tho host. Now ho hardly wait fnr a chanco to pitch Spoo .Sho.i i^-O' against his old Yankoo niatos. Connio Marioro, tho chubby lit- tlo Cuban, did tho shutout pitchinR for Hanis last nitrht with a foui- hitti'r ai:ainst tho Browns. Marroro's 1 ocord is 4-0. SinRlot- by Jim Busby. Jonson and Archie Wilson followinp Eddio Yost'.s innine-oponinp walk pavo M.arroro his two-run lead in tho third. Ho didn't nood that much. The Browns wor,^ hitlcss from tho socond to tho oighth .i.s Connio struck out eight and walked only f.vo. Des Moino.-; ill>l'.\i b ^va d. ioL -.iIi s to th.' Ii,-pul' lican national convintion -.vill nut m,','t atiain as a group until Sunday. July 6. uhon ihoy .uot tuKt-tlior I'or their fiist o.iuius ,it the I'lilnua Hoiiso, the Hawko;.. s .a;, s lioadiiuattors. At their last oifu i.ii ni.itini:. houavii. tlicy took ; several imi>oit.-.nt st, ps lliat win- iiv,a- I looked in the ru.-ti nl woik ,>nd news. For tho rirst tini,' in manv many years the I .'Wa GOP delegation n.c<-tinji.s will bo oiion to nowsimr. reporting thi' activities of the convention. Tlie d,'lo- gates voted for opiai niei>tings. This is a ae|iarluri' ficni elistnm for. in past y<'ars Iowa delegates li .avi> ahvays ( tmdufted Ih.ii official business hobind lii;hll.\' closed doors. Other st;ito Republican ^•^c .llp.-i li'dd op ,n meetings and Iowa Democrats h.ave eot-tiniially maiiilnin.d an open ; door policy. THIS WILL MF.A.N that the folks liaek bom' should have an a.'curate and full i oport of the offi cial activities of ibo delegation during the oonvi'n- tion period that officially gets \indorway July 7_ lo previouH ycaia, as a result of closed sessions, newsmen were forced to rely upon whatever "links" they could find in an effort to le.irn and ioport what went on in tho provoibial smoke filled roems. Th • stories ofti'n varied greatly; tlie public could not b.- Fure it bad the full repoit. With the tremendous int<'ri 'St in the Republican |presidontiul prim;iry, this year is .a good lime to depart from the custom of sei-n-cy. All sides will;. and deserve in hav.'. a complete reixnt :;! :;: :;: THK IOWA HKl'l-IU.U'ANS also depailed from custom in voting that a five-man committee bandl-' the convention .spiet .itor tiekeis foi distribution ia the state. Normally, such duties fall to the stale's national committeeman who is. of eourse. Harrison ipangler. is not to bo interpreted as an offoi: •honors" from Spangler. On the con '1 that the sugg'ostion wa.s in line with This movi' to wiest the traiy. h,' so' his ideas. With imly 58 tickets to hand out, and with more •han l.Oed requests for them, what man would wan*. suffei the pressures of well-moaning Republicans in their rol.ntb ss efforts to obtain a seat in the I (invonlioii ball'.' Uobert iloodwin, chairman of the delegation, wa- authorized to name a eommittoo of five, li'niself in- eluded, to handle tho visitors tickets. Other.f on the oomniittei' .ire; Mrs. Oortrudo Wilharm, Sumner; Ernest I'almi-r Jr.. Ft. Mudison; Boyd Hayes. Charles (^"ity; and Herbert Sclby, Newton. * « i> BKCAl'.Si; OK THK IlKAT that has been generated in Repiiblican ranks on the Eisenhower-Taft issue, it interesting to note the friendly attitude that pievaib'd at tho final homo meeting of the dolegatis, Cieorgo Faul of Dos Moines, outspoken Elsenhow- II supportei. and Harrison Spangler. an equally outspoken Taft man. made short talks in which they urged the delegates to keep their differences on a Iriendly level so that whatever the final convention decision is, the personal differences can be residved foi "the good of the party." • <• •> lATI. A.M) SI'ANGLKK BOTH said they intend- i -d to work hard foi the candid.-ilo of their choice but also declared they would work equally as hard and enthusiastically for whomever is nominated as Ihe Republican presidential standardbcarer. In response lo an inquiry on the passible length of the eonveniion. Spangler told the delegates; "With a eandidato selected on the very first ballot east at the convention, the minimum time would till be four days. It will be longi'r, of course, if more ballots ale needed to select a candidate." W iishin<itc>n jMoves inio NATIONAL I.FAC.VK Now Yolk Brooklyn Chicago Cincinnat i SI. I.otiis Philadelphia Boston Pittsburgh Tuesday's ri -MiIls: All games po .sliKvnod. rain. ThiirsdHy'v whedule: St. tenuis at Now York. 1I;S0 a. m.; PIttslnirgh at Philadelphia. Il;."i0 n. ni.; Cincinnati at Brooklyn. lli.lO Chicago at Boston, 12 noon Lake *8 Loop KejjreseiitatioM Ls Strong at State Meet w I. Pet an 1!> * 731 Ht 7.'^1 Iti i.'^ i.-s 1.1 ,^ It 15 6'• r: l.^ .444 7' • 11 1.% 42.'^ s h •26 Irtl IH'v m.: A.MF.RICAN 1 .F.AOIK W. L. Pet. OB Cleveland 20 11 .645 Washington 17 12 .rm o Boston 17 1.-? .567 New York 1.5 1.-? ..V ?6 .1'-; St. Ixiuis 16 16 .500 4'; Chicago 15 16 .467 Philadelphia n 15 .42 ,1 61... Detroit 1 21 .280 11'-.Tuesday's results: Washington 2. St. Ixiuis 0; New York 4, Chicago 3. Only games played Thiirwlay's schedule: Boston at Cleveland. 12 noon; Now York at Chicago. 12;10 p. m.; Washington at St. Ijouis. 7;"0 p. m. Only games schodul'd WK.<STKUN I.KACl'K ^'eslerday 's results: Denver 7, Wichita 6:" Pueblo 5-13. Colorado Springs 4 -16; Dos Moines 7, Lincoln 3; Omaha at Sioux City, i>ost- poncd. WHILE THE Yanks might have reasons to regret the deal that .sent Jensen to Wa.shington. they could point with pride to the Johnny Sain purchase and Mickey Mantle's four hits at Chicago. Saln's efficient six-hitter against i TP ,,n^.L- l \'I *i<it in Chicago last night for his fourth ' ••- » IV ITACfTl III win. 4-3. made him the Yanks' top winner. Purchased last summer as a "stop gap" pitcher, the curve- bulling veteran has turned out to be a "stopper." Sain breezed past tho first 12 hit- tors, but he walked Eddie Robinson le;iding off the fifth. Sam Mele's first hit in 25 times at bat, broke the hitloss string and Chlco Carasqucl's single ended tho shutout, all in the fifth. $049 low as J a week! Little more than $1 a day —low as $9.49 a week —if your trade-in car is an average postwar model in good condition! "^oiir KaiserF.^/oi dealer is ready In oiler ynii iiii "e.xtra-sperial" jienernii-; trade-in, too! K«'c<>nimeii(ls Wirr For (Jmchiiif^ job Waterloo. la.. .May 21 <.Ti Tom I.iiui has resigned :is head basketball eoaeli at Watel loo East and has reeommended that .Muiray Wier suecood him. Wier is co;ieli of East's sopho- moio le;iin. I.ind will remain a.s athletic directtu" at East Tbi' Wateiloo board nl education is seliecluled to eonsiiier coaching ehanges soon, pe'ssitily lati'r this k. The job of football eo.acli at East also is vacant and Lou Bieilb:ieh, forniei" Wali'rloo West co.acb. is prominently men- linii'il for the job. Has Gadget That Wins at Roulette Los Angeles, May 21 (/Tj—Donald May has a machine ho claims enabled him and two friends to earn $50 an hour on 25-cent bets at roulette wheels in Las Vegas, Nev. The machine, housed in a small box. has a 12-kcy calculator and six separate meters which keep track ot certain sets of numbers. May says he determines which sets are winning the least and "I'll then bet on a set that has failed to show in six, seven or eight times." He doubles the bet ;iftor losing. May, !in aircraft machinist, refused to disclose their total earnings. THE YANKS' 4 -0 lead shrank to 4 -3 in the sixth when a single by Robinson, nn error by Irv Noren and successive sitigles by Ray Coleman and Mole produced two runs. Sain settlid down to escape further trouble. Mantle's first single scored Hank Bauer who opened the game with a walk and was bunted to socond. Gene Woodling's double drove in Mantle. A walk and singles by Billy Martin and Sain made it 3-0 in the fourth while singh 'S by Phil Rizzuto and Mantle chased loser Ken Holcombe in the fifth when the Y'anks scored their final run. Rain washed out the rest of the big league program, including the entire four-game National league schedule. To Run State Four Classes Softball Meet Is August 12 Dos Moines. May 21 The state men's Softball tournament will start Aug. 12, Jack North, stale Softball commissioner, announced today. The site is still to be selected and will ho either Dcs Moines, Boone or Marshalltown. The state women's tournament will start August 1 in either Cedar Rapids, Des Moines or Lucas. Two of the 14 district meets for the men have been settled. The fourth district meet will start July 20 at Boone. The I 'ighth district meet will be held at Prairie City. The Hot-N-Tots of Des Moines ore the defending champions in the men's division and Greenwood Eh^ctric of Des Moines is the defending women tltleholdei s. To Play Pro Football • With the running of the 1952 state high school track meet at Ames, May 24 will come the end of the two-class championships, it was announced today by tho Iowa High School Athletic a.ssociation. Starting in 1953 the high school track teams of the state will compete for four state titles. The change was made upon the recommendation of the track coaches committee to the IHSAA board of control. The present two-class meet was started in 1948. The first year the division lino was 250 enrollment. Since that time it has been on the basis ol 200 average daily attendance. Under the system to be started in 1953 the cla.sse.q will be divided along the following average daily attendance lines: Class AA—over 400. Class A—251 to 400. Class B—111 to 250. Class C-~0 lo llO: Tho track coaches committee felt that tho now division lines would give impetus to track. They pointed out that the number of schools taking part in the sport greatly increased under the two class system and felt still more schools would take part with four classes. Most of the state high track reoouls seem safe from th • oiisl.iiiybl of tho cream of prop lunneis. junipers and throwers in both class A and l! divisions Sat- \iiday .It Aine.> b\n Iheie ate a couple of maiks.'d on 15152 per- foinianoes. that may fall. Nick Piper of Ames has bettered the mark of 12-6 in the pole vault and Ihe F.a .st Des Moines speedster, Fred Lucas, has raced through the 100 in 9.S. a tenth off the present record. Jim Stewait, the DeWitt high jumper, may establish a now class B mnik in this event. He jun>j)ed 6-4 once this season hut has beer, over 6 feet only once since. Tho class B record is 5-11 5-8 hold hy Les Stevens, the Lovillia one-mau tiack team. Don White the Ljtmoi'i hurdling ace is a good bet to erase the low hurdle mark and possibly the broad jump. He has raced through the low sticks in 19.9 and leaped 21-8 7-8 inches. Stever..^ holds tho low hurdle mark of 20..S and he and White should put on a real thriller in this event. » » » Most of tho dopesters favor Dav- enpoi t as the class A meet champion with Lamoni and L;ike City tabbed for top honois in the B event. Hairy Burroll. the Iowa State publicitor who watches the mark:; ot .all the teams throughout tho season, says tho defending champions are being overlooked and shouldn't be counted out_ East Do.s Moines is the class A 1951 champ and DeWitt class B titleholdor. « » Perusing through Burrell's dope book on the Saturd.ay meet, w'; note that the Lakes conference i:i quite well represented and its representatives should count some points at Ames. Several of the boys who ran in the Estherville In vita tlonal in the B division also should finish in the money. It is doubtful if Estherville's qualifiers will compete Saturday as they will be participating in the prom Friday night which will leave them little time to be on hand for tho preliminaries Saturday morning at Ames. The Midget qualifiers include Bob Weber in the discus and .football throw. Bob Erickson in the broad jump and the mile relay team. According to district meet marks contained in Burrell's dope book, Weber would have an excellent chance of fini.^hing well up in the money in the discus. His conference meet toss ot 1.37-1 is hotter than that made by any of the state's discus throwers in the several distric'; meets. Next best is 136-3'-.-. Only lour tosses have been made all season long- that would beat Weber s 137-1. Only two football throw tosses in the district meets were over tho 20()-foot mark and the remainder were in the 190s along with Weber's district mark which indicates ho also has .a chance lo score in that event. The going would be tougher for Erickson in the broad jump although his district leap oi Hy W. II. I.. school :ind only one. th;it of Doug Xo\' man of Sihie.v. oscooded 21 feet. Tho mile relay loam could hardly f.nisli 111 the money but thi'ie are tlistriot qualifying marks slower slower than tho one turned in b\ tho local fotimomo at Cherok'o. If *' Conforoneo competitors bavin'; good chances to place at the Saturday classic include Jim Brady >if Sheldon in the '2'20. Jerry Marshall of Sibley In tho 440, Korm Vnnder- velde of Emmolsbtirg in the same event, Bornle Freoburg of Spencer in the 880, Marshall in the high hurdles. Bob Carpenter of Spencer in tho high jump. Doug Newman of Sibley in tho broad jump and polo vault, and possibly Sheldon in the medley relay, Marshall in th> highs. Newman In the broad juni]) and Brady in the 220 have among the best marks turned in by any Iowa prop this season. * a» 9 Class B performers from this are likely to win medals or ribbons sMturd.ty include Jim Rozondall of Primghar in the mile run. Bob Anderson of Aurelia in both hurdle .i races. Jim Anderson of Pocahontas in tho highs, Maury Schmoll of Hartley in the lows. Bill Brehmer of Hartley in tho shot put, Schmoll of Hartley in the discus, Gi-ne Stoulil of I^ocahontns in the foot- l.-all throw, Schmoll in the broad jump. Aurelia and Pocahontas in th<' 440 relay, Albert City in th- two mile relay and Albert City in the medley_ Each one of the individuals and relay teams listed in ihe possible B winners except Ro­ zondall competed at this year's Invitational. * * * Sid Lnngston* and Stan Gwinn, late of the Rod Sox, showed, the boys in the Western Mlnny loop how* it's done in tho Iowa Stat ,T league Sunday at Fairmont when they combined the power in their bats to virtually carry the Martins Turn to page 7, column 3 T*olic<' To Clu'ck Holy Day Violations Montreal, .May 21 itVt A .special lOO-inan police squad will visit stores I 111 ou.ghoiit Montreal tomorrow the least of the ascension—to cheek violitions of a by-law ordering stores closed on Riminn Catholic holy (lays. Ascension day is the second test lor the by-law. On Dec. 22, the feast of the immaculale conception, 597 stores disregarded the law and opened. Many have paid fines but I seven laigo stores are fi!,'htlnK the legality of the b.v-law. The penalty for lioing open is a .$40 fine or two months in jail. save up to ZU on tires Tires can cost you plenty—but not with tlic new Henrj- J! You save $8 on llie price of your Henry J Iirc-a5:90 vs. a 6:70! And because your Henry J is weight-engineered lo give you up to 20% more tire mileapc you save anollier |12 $1 1 J A local tax Kxtrru I W I V Scr YOHr Kuisfr-Frazvr dfulvr toiiuy LAST TIME TONITE RED SKELTON-SALLY FORREST MACDONALD CAREY CO-HIT ——— (Jig Young—Carla BahMiilny 'HUNT THE MAN DOWN" THURSDAY IS PARTY PACK NIGHT Fill the car and everybody get.s in for $1.00 1st run in Estherville "THE ' .'.|.lie''5rreeii't in, .QUtSpokY'n '.,tor y, , ' crbssinR (h'e Ihin » , line betvV(?on idve *;•' and niurilerl 2-Reel Comeily Cartoon Signed by San Fraiu!isoo San Francisco, May 21 Bob Toneff, 245-pound line star at Notre Dame the last three years, has been signed by tho Sa.n Francisco 49ers of the Is'ational professional football league. He was an All America tackle last year. Four-Year-Old Sheldon Boy Killed Sheldon, la., May 21 .1'—The four year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Harley Grotenhuis was killed yesterday when he fell from a car in which his mother was taking him to a hospital for a checkup. The boy, Larry, was en route with his mother to an Orange City hospital for a checkup following a tonsilec- tomy. Authorities said the .youngster apparently turned a car door handle the wrong way and was thrown out as the door swung into the wind. PHONE 1100 PHONE 1100 FREDRIC MARCH MARTHA SCOTT TONITE "ONE FOOT IN HEAVEN- ComljInlnR tho Vindicator ajid Kepubtlcan, Published Every Kvenint: Except Sunday anil Principal Hollilays. Entorcil ,vn .second claaa matter Oct. e, 1930 at the poBtotflce at Katn- prvltte. Iowa, under then act uf Marcti 3, IHTQ. R Wed,, May 21, 1952 Owned and Puliliahed by: Deemer, Editor and Putpllaher, Koberl N, L,ee, Advortlslne Manager. 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