Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on June 28, 1952 · Page 9
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 9

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Sporl Clothes Feature Fasliion Stf 'Ol Lost Through Suikc? Since End of World War II 31 34^00.000 TONS Would Hove Been Enough for; }5,000,OOOCARS Steel Lost Through Strikes Since January of This Year a SfiOO.000 TONS Would Have Been Enough for: t 2^90.000 CARS ith JANTZEN and MCGREGOR Swimwear Choose from floral or geometric pattens. A wide range of your favorite colors in these quality swim suits too" AT LEUTHOLD- TIBBETTS CO. "The Store for Men" Steel Lost.Eoch Doy of Strike a , 300.000 TONS Would Have Been Enough for: 130.430 CARS Gamblers Shouldn't Drive! . . . And a gambler is any man who drives a car without adequate insurance — and RISKS ALL of his worldly possessions. Remember this. Tf you can't afford in.sur ance, you can't afford to drive an automobile! L. £. Stockdale Jolu M. Stockdale Phone 60 ]VXW YORK — iXZ-^-S — A=Tc ,Ti« ; lor tennis? » ! If so, what kind of sr-^ r-"""- : cut on tbe cotirrsr Weli-^-c^'ersc -f^ve .-^. TCJI Ship and Shore, but dowxjy? TJ>ere"s n«'i Th -J if j-eeveiess and has e.\look tha: «-aT. 7^ ne-a-esc iisib- m-i.-.-r fhir;:ai'.i :hat will stay ions for the ter^js caur: pr~.-i5t rjciei ir. —.sf.er how you twist, the ri£bt co\'«r--jp o:apje:i - K-^ cr .nre'.ch. The collar is adequate cut for ireeaccr. a; artjjc-. nftaCr j-.-f.veniiie. " Our model tlefl> de:mnE.c=-£:fs VTnrr. :t are shorts that are thU actively ir a SIDUSS oi l:ije=- f=i-i..-JUj ta;;cred and cuffed. terminating at exactly the right length. The whole affair is cinched at the waist by a wide, elasticized belt equipped with a coin purse. If fishing's your dish, there's a rainbow-striped blouse (ri«ht) to wear while you angle. In white cotton broadcloth, it has oversized patch pockets that will hold flies or bent pins. Both blouses are in the budeet class. STKKI. STKIKK LOSSES. How mniiy p.ns.'ic'njfc'r cars the fini.shnd stcpl lost through major strikps would have provided hard niotiil for i.s shown by Nf'wschart above, based on Aniprican Iron and Steel In- .stituto .«tatistics. Largost annual steel Io.ss-'13..'500,000 tons - took place in 1916. Second wa.s 1949 with a lo.ss of 9,200,000 tons. LARGK^T AtK ATTACK. .-. cra.T.itc rhoto of a "ior- ;.;r:~ y-.v.',:- '• y ~ .Vri Bo.^lb Wintr B-26 in i:--: oi •.'r- Kui-nn v,;u-, h. j : r- / Nc--- K,.:.;,n \\ov:rr stations. .Si;r ; I. .. r.. „r,.; r.avy [.iiui .-.-i tfumc.d up for the pijfantic assault which was almost un- oppo.sed by enemy planes. The attack seriously crippled ijower necessary for enemy factories and citi.M, LEAVKS HOSPITAL. Illinois Gov. Adlai Stevenson waves to attendants as he leaves a Chicago hospital foUowinR recovery from operation for removal of kidney stones. .M.V.XLM BKATS .'^^<iAIl KAV ON TKO. ChiilUnKer Supir J^av Hohin.'^iin IH) hoiinces a li-ht off lit;ht-lic>!ivyweiKl,t champ .loey -Ma.vini in lii -.st immcl nf liil<- Imul in Ni'w Voik. .\I;ixiin went oil to win iiy TKO when Itohiivsoa couldn't an.-iwei- liell for llth. Ringside ti-iuiii 'iHliirr w:is 101 de^'rees. * * •• SWINGING TOW.\RDS THE CENTURY M.VKK Harry Goltzman, 85, can't under.stnnd why anyone should think it unusual for him to enjoy an old-fashloncd swlntrins soaslon. "You're only as old as you feel," says the retirlnK president of the Minneapolis, Minn., Golden Agn Club * * IT'S HIS Tl'KN TO GIVE AWAUD. Lt.-Comdr. Cook ClelantI, of WillouKhhy, Ohio, three-time winner of the Thompson Trophy race, .show ,4 Tai-Iehi Ik.-lanl, iO, of Tokyo, when- the boy will livo in Cleveland when Cleliind brinRs him to the United Slates. Clo- land, who has completed hi.s tour of duty in Korea, will "adopt" the Japanes.' lioy for five year.-*, and send him to school. Iketani won llie clianee to come to tlie United States liy heInK chosen for his tiualities of leadersliip at the Tokyo YMCA. DOUBLiE-OirTV "I Like" laf,', the iHUac B. Mitfliell lie wiio hii hopua LICENSK I'LATE. With the addition of tho license plato of former New York State Senator not only identifies his auto, hut also tells the pub- will win liv|>ubllcuu jjrcsidualiul uuiniuuiiun, UBKSSEB HBAWEK INCUBATOR. Thuso twp babies, a boy and girl, born two months prematurely to Mrs. Tony Forys, NashviUo, III., aru attended by Dr. Charles Lont'well in his homo. Tht' babies are in an inoubiitor improvised by the doctor from a drossor drawer, licatlnB pad, und a. bed lump, , UstlicrvlUe, hmiu Daily News Sat., June 28, 19S2 6 TAFT AT PRESS CONFERENCE. At his press conference In his office in Washington, Sen. Robert A. Taft IR.-O.) displays a collection of 604 four-leaf clovers, one for each vote needed to win Republican Presidential nomination, which were sent to him by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Noiderhouse of VVaterbury, O. Taft told, newsmen that if he wins the nomination his campaign would feature all out attacks on "past sins and disastrous results" of the Democratic administration's foreign policies. IKE BY A DAM SITE. Gen. Dwight D. Elsenhower (in front of group) is followed by his press party on a tour of Hoover dam, world's highest dam during a "whistle stop" tour of southern Nevada and a brief meeting with 10 of Nevada's 12 Republican national convention delegates in Las Vega.-?. Although he apparently failed to change the convictions of tho delegates, an .Elsenhower spokesman said the general may have picked up a few votes during his handshaking tour. JOINS rUTUBE HUSBAND. Sirs. Ette Crosbio, 34-year-old Elkhart, Ind., widow, joined her husband, Josse L. Oaj-rett, the wife- hunting business man frpjn West Virginia in Evapsvlllp, Ind. 8it- ting ouPftrrptt'B lap Is Mrs. Grosblo'a daughter. Karen, 8. ^tandlns tiva JjRjjny Oarfet, 10, Quln Crosble, 10, and Jcssn Oarrott, U. Gar- '•.ct.t .advertised in a nowspapoir for a mate to share; hie ??8,000. rGA SKMWINAWSTS. The four winners who Will competo. In the spmi-final matches of tho PGA tournanaent^ are (1 to r): Jim Turnesa, BriarcUff Manor, N. Y.. Tod KrolW Now Hartford. N. Y.. Bob Hamilton, Evuntivme, IM., eMi Chick Harbert, Detroit, Mlob. titan lilt Leit? Many ptepi* pay ih« prica of o Genutn* Orong* fttotte'm rino without galling lha quality or lh« (marl tlyling Comk in and 1*1 ut *how yow why these beautiful rings or* on outstanding /atu* Comparison will prove our point —C-? VISIT OUR COMPLETE GIFT DEPARTMENT FOR GIFTS FOR EVERY OCCASION G. W. Robinson Jeweler ^*»iMflli Phone 333 Business Cards featuring fine quality work in ane or «ev^rol .'cdifdr*'.'"'''^. r". i "1 ' Estherviile Daily News

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