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The Sc. Cloud Daily Times Sat, Mar. 10. 1051 fc; News of Central Minnesota's 11 Counties L E N D A R 0 Gntwu StgfitrS Sheriffs Strike Back at Governor Blast at Ability From What We Hear This calendar is published daily by The Times and the St. Cloud Chamter of Commerce in an effort to avoid conflicts in dates. If you wish to check a date, call the chamber office, phone 4466. If you wish a notice inserted in this calendar call phone 3000 and ask for the city desk. Cemetery Business Affected by Curbs Columbus. O. Su-ppnse your business is burymjr people. Your cemetery association hikes i's prices for opening and closing graves, sometime between December 19. 1950 and last January 25. But the boosts do not take effect until January 26. Can this Increased rate N charged now as the ceiling price? No, said the district office of price stabilization today. The services were not "delivered during: the base period at the increased price. All this ramo forth today as the OPS issued a list, of 23 questions on price ceilings, "most likely to be asked by the general public." Royalfon Asks Vote on School Consolidation It's Happening Here, There and Everywhere MARCH 10 St. Cioud North Star Lodge No. 23 AF & AM, First degree, Masonic Temple 7:30 p.m. 10 St. Cloud Food sale at Gamble's, sponsored by Women's Society of World Service of the Evangelical United Breth ren church. 9 a.m. 11 Staples Sixth district Townsend clubs meet in city hall at 1:30 pjn Council members meet at one oclock. 11 St. Cloud City wide paper drive Cathedral High school Boosters club. 11 St. Cloud Fortnight ers club, St. John's Episcopal church, 8 p.m. 11-12 Cold Spring Senior class St. Boniface auditorium. 11 St. Cloud St. Cloud public schools music department concert, Tech nica' High school auditorium, 3:30 p.m. 13 St. Cioud Wes Fesler, Ike Armstrong appearance at Technical High school auditorium. 8:30 p.m. 13 Cold Spring Skat tournament. 14 St. Cloud American Legion club rooms. 14 St. Cloud Townsend Club 2 to afc 2 p.m. Bridge and-500. 14 Waite Park Parish-sponsored Joseph church basement, begins 7:30 p.m. 15 St. Cioud St. Cloud public grade schools music festival, north audi SAL K CENTRE Members of St. Joseph's society will hear Alex Bromenshenkel, president, report on activities of the Christian Rural Overseas program CROP) at their meeting next Wednesday night, in the St. Paul's school activity room. Don Hack-man will be installed for his second term as commander of the Sauk Centre VFW post at the April meeting. Other officers elected last week are Ed Lee. Alex Bromen. John Kane. Ed Koffmann. Hank Cole, Clarence Pflipsen and Bud Rose. A "polio pack" machine was presented to St. Michael's hospital at Sauk Centre Wednesday by James C. Hennes and Robert Macke. representatives of 'he St. Cloud Elks lodge. PAYNESVILLE Three brothers, sons of Mrs. Pearl Weber of Paynesville. are serving in the armed forces. They are Ralph in Korea. Charles at Fort Lewis. Wash., and Edward at Granite City 111. MONTICELLO Verne R. Delp of Osakis has been hired for the Monticello school faculty to replace Merrill Hanlon who was recalled to active duty by the navy. Delp is a graduate of Litchfield High school and St. Cloud State Teachers college. PRINCETON The Princeton basketball team, defeated in Region 4 finals, was entertained at a dinner Thursday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Miller, with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hobart assisting. LITTLE FALLS Myron C. Clark. Minnesota commissioner of agriculture, will be guest speaker at the annual Future Farmers of America parents and sons banquet Tuesday night at the Little Falls High school auditorium. The banquet is scheduled for 7 p.m. Toastmaster will be Lee Gustafson. EAGLE BEND Dairymen of Todd and adjoining counties will hear dairy specialist. Dr. William Peterson of the University of Minnesota, at a free program, beginning at 8 p m. in the Eagle Bend High school auditorium. Dr. Peterson's subject will be "The Dairy Cow, The Forage Burner." HEWITT The VFW post at Hewitt will sponsor an oratorical contest for high school students March 14. "American Destiny" will be the topic and the local winner will com pete in a district contest. Benton Youth Admits 2 Parkway Breakins Foley Benton county authorities are holding' a 15-year-old county youth who has admitted two break-ins at the Parkway hall here. In the most recent breakin a small amount of money was taken, as well as some cigarets, candy, and pop. A phonograph. pin ball machine, and safe were damaged. The youth denied any part in the recent burglary of Chmielewshi's store. Weed Inspectors of Sherburne to Meet Elk River The annual plant industry conference for Sherburne county has been called for 9:30 a.m. j in At cum --i itv ax. UiC l uuiuc ;n e:r River. Control of weeds, seeds. Insects, ,, . j j and plant diseases will be discussed. -t i . . i, v. Tne latest information will be g:v- m on chemicals and their proper use in spraying weed infested crops, a.s well as on methods of controlling important insect pests and plant diseases. Requirements for selling agricultural seed by seed dealers, farmers, sa'.ef c'.erks, auctioneers an1 others ao will be du-cus.-ed at this conference, as we'.l as varieties and other matter? pertaining to .ved. feed, and fertilizers. j j j ; j MELROSE Warrrn Kach. St. Cloud Trth basketball coach, will be main speaker at a banquet Monday n:cht for members of the Melrose High school basketball team and their fathers. Sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce, the dinner will be at 6 pm. at Chick's Riverside cafe. FREEPORT A flash fire early Monday afternoon at the Hiltner service station and parage in Freeport caused some damage to the interior, but it was promptly brought under control by the Freeport fire department. OSAKIS Heinle White was elected commander of the Osakis VFW post Monday night. He succeeds Ernie White. Other officers are Lawrence Benedict. W. J Lutcen. K. C. Jones. Floyd Olson. Dr. Emerson. Harold Didier and Paul Hanson. They will be installed at the regular meeting April 2. BELGRADE The canopy in front of the Bell theatre at Belgrade broke down sometime last Friday night under the weight of heavy snow which fell in the week's second blizzard. SAUK RAPIDS The Sauk Rapids Farm Bureau unit meets next Wednesday at the District 29 school with Mr. and Mrs. William Zwick and Mr. and Mrs. Carl F. Klekow as program chairmen. Russell Jongewaard will speak, and Donald Zwick will give a demonstration on conservation. Mrs. Ray Killenger will address the ladies on packing a school lunch. IIIIIIIMIIIMinilllllllllllllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMMOIIIIMIIIMI THE MODERN BAR & CAFE TRESENTS THE KAYE TRIO Every Night Except Sundays KISS MAYAVASKI (M C. & HfrtilootT) The man w ho blows those notes loud and clear and does with the chatter. JESS SKELTON (Keyi Ticklrr) Who makes the ivories talk like you've never heard them talk before. KM 1 11 COTTON (Drummrr BoO Who pounds away for a living with a real boom boom lor (it)od Mu.mc Fine Food Stop at the MODERN BAR & CAFE .Mo St. Germain M. Cloud liiiiiiiitlilllllllillllilllllllllliliiliiiiitiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiin: l A if . IS; i St. Paul (7D Minnesota sheriffs have struck back at Gov. Young dahl for statements which they said imply that the sheriffs are dishon est or lack ability. Rebuttal by the sheriffs came in a statement issued by E. F. Date, Mankato, president of the Minne sota sheriffs association and Thorn as J. Gibbons. St. Paul, chairman of the organization's resolutions committee. The statement charged the governor is trying to "concentrate policing powers in the hands of fcWe Mate." It was in reply to statements made by Gov. Voung-dahl in connection with his hill which would have given arrest powers to agent of the state liquor commissioner. The senate killed the bill. The governor charged that "powerful forces" combined to defeat the proposal and flapped at a group of sheriffs who, he said, made a "sur prise'' appearance before the liquor control committee of the house of representatives to oppose the bilL Youngdahl Raps Sheriffs "It is hard for me to see why sheriffs would oppose a measure like this whose chief purpose is to help them enforce the laws," the governor said. He also recalled how some sheriffs were opposed to pas sage of the anti-slot machine act in 1947, adding: "Yet it was apparent that the sheriffs and other law enforcement officers in many counties, for one reason or another, had not been ef fective in stamping out use of the slot machines. "We deeply resent inferences that the state sheriffs either lack In ability, initiative or honesty," the sheriff's statement said. "This problem, if it is one. might L- better resolved by giving to the sheriffs, who have no assistants, one assistant each to take care of the tavern situation, rather than build up another state organization for that purpose." The sheriffs pointed out that the state liquor control commissioner at present has only 18 men for policing and that the bill before the legislature would have given him 20 men. "Twenty men to care for tavern violations in 87 counties would mean little, but 20 deputies, one each for 20 sheriffs in sparsely settled coun ties, would mean a great deal," the sheriff's statement said. 4 Navymcn Killed In Sea Plane Crash Patuxent, Md. tV) A twin-engine navy bomber on a routine flight crashed into the Chesapeake bay Thursday, killing all four crewmen aboard. A "Mary Ann," aircraft salvage boat today probed the area near the mouth of the Rappahannock river, where the P4M struck the water and sank quickly. Comdr. A. O. Vorse, public information officer at the naval air station here, identified the crew men. Among them were Lt. Comdr. Goodwin W. Sandvig, co-pilot, mother, Mrs. Edwin Sandvig, Brooten, Minn., and aviation machinist mate l'c John Vagel Meyer, father, Wil liam D. Meyer, Box 287, Glasgow, Montana. Manila (SF) Luzon Is the largest and richest island in the Philippines chain. i Day and Night Service . riiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiin SECRET! hearing aid re lillllllllllllllMIIIIIIIIHIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII mmm viv.r beginning at 1 oclock, sponsored by play "Joan of Arc." 8:15 pflmfl at Middle Bar, 8:15 p.m. auxiliary meeting, 8 pjn. at Legion sponsor card party in Labor temple auction of donated articles In St. school, 7:30 p.m. OES initiation In Masonic hall at Institute, sponsored by Cathedral Girl banquet at Hotel Spaniol at 6 p.m, A. degree, Masonic Temple 7:30 pjn. Stork Race Leads Through 3 Counties Upsala, A race with the stork last Saturday took Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hagbloom of Upsala thru parts of three counties. A Morrison county snow plow operated by Charles Goebel opened a trail from Upsala to Royalton for the Hagblooms. Then followed a 60-mile-an-hour dash down Highway 10 In Benton county, and finally arrived at the St. Cloud hospital in Stearns county about noon. Half an hour later, a son was born to the Hagblooms. Little Falls Adds 2 Burglaries to Morrison 'Wave' Little P'alls Two Wednesday night breakins here have been added to the list of Morrison county burglaries occurring in recent weeks. A total of $15.13 was reported missing Thursday after the Anton Chevrolet company and the Ku-lick Motor sales garage were broken into during the night. At Royalton the Berry service station was burglarized Tuesday and similar breakins have been reported recently at Pierz and Randall. The Berry station was ransacked but only a small amount of cash was taken. According to John Karnowski, Littel Falls police chief, entry at both Little Falls garages was gained through a window. An agent from the state crime bureau at St. Paul was called to assist with the investigation. During February, several Little Falls homes on Riverview drive, one in southeast Little Falls, and the Raymond Brothers warehouse were entered. Onamia to Get Sewer System Onamia Work on a sewer system for Onamia is expected to begin within three months, according to action taken Tuesday night at a village council meeting. Estimated cost of the work is $229,000. The village voted bonds for the sewer project in 1949 at a special election. Sewage disposal at Onamia has been taken care of by individual septic tanks. Included in the project will be construction of a disposal plant, two lifts, and the sewer mains. The treatment plant will be located on the Rum river south of the village. One of the lifts will be near the center of the village and the other near the plant. HEAR IN UITH St. Michael's Gets Snowbound Patients Sauk Centre Two young patients at St. Michael's hospital here had to battle snowdrifts to get the medical attention they needed. William Volkmann. 6-year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Volkmann of Brooten, was brought to the hospital behind a snow plow Sunday with a ruptured appendix. William Pick, 4, son of Mr. and Mrs. Casper Pick, was brought to the hospital by a 50-mile, roundabout route of plowed roads after he broke his leg in a haymow fall at home near West Union. 11 Townships to Vote on Fire Aid From Sauk Centre Sauk Centre The city of Sauk Centre will ask 11 townships in the area to ballot Tuesday on fire protection contracts to legalize use of city apparatus for rural fire-fighting. Townships to be contacted include: Getty, Raymond, Grove, Sauk Centre, Ashley, Kandota, Birchdale, Melrose, West Union, Westport and Little Sauk. A decision to have Sauk Centre firemen appear at the various town meetings and explain the plan was made Tuesday night when the city council and the fire department met. Town voters will be asked to ballot on whether "the town board shall be authorized to provide for fire protection and to raise by taxation for such purposes" a definite amount. The amount was not im mediately determined. At present, the city fire department cannot leave the city to fight fires unless a contract exists. Terms of the proposed agreement would hold the city responsible for maintaining a fire department including an all-purpose fire truck with pumps and a water tank mounted on a truck particularly adapted for rural fires. Firemen would still be paid by the city and the city would still be liable for injuries and damages involving the department. Home Ec. School Gets Hew Head Appointment of Louise A. Sted-man. Orono, Maine, as director of the School of Home Economics at the University of Minnesota was approved Friday by the board of regents. She is now professor and head of the department of home economics at the University of Maine. Her appointment to the directorship of the University of Minnesota School of Home Economics is effective July 1. President J. L. Morrill announced. She succeeds Wylle B. McNeal. who retired July 1, 1950. Since that time Ella J. Rose, professor of home economics has been acting director. Miss Stedman holds bachelor's and master's degrees in home economics from the University of Iowa. She received her doctor of philosophy degree from Purdue university. Before joining the University of Maine home economics staff in 1944, she held a fellowship at Purdue university and had taught home economics at Wast Junior High school and Roosevelt High school in Des Moines, Iowa, and at Dawson Consolidated High school, Dawson, Iowa. For several years she served as assistant state supervisor of home economics in Maine. Active in many national professional groups. Miss Stedman had also held offices in state home economics associations in Iowa and Maine. She is chairman of the Eastern regional group of home economics administrators of research in the Association of Land Grant Colleges and Universities and is a member of the executive committee of thj Council on Instruction for the same association. She is also vice chairman of the department of colleges and universities in the American Home Economics association. BERTHA Muriel Kern. Sandra Langen, Ber-nice Nelson and Jan Hartz of the Bertha High school home economics department are attending the Future Homemakers of America convention at the Radisson hotel in Minneapolis this weekend. Big Airport Washington (SF) The National airport at Washington covers 729 acres of land. It is 171 acres larger than LaGuardia airport at New York. Royalton or all of 20 school districts in the Royalton High school area will vote this spring on the question of reorganization and consolidation into one district, which would become Morrison county's District 5. The Royalton board of education at a meeting Monday night asked the Morrison county survey committee to call an election as soon as possible. Because of a 60-day waiting period required after the county committee acts, the election will probably be some time in May. Included in the consolidation proposal are all of districts 40. 5, 6. 8, 10. 17, 18. 21, 29, 109. 115, 116, 142, and 23; and Darts of district 59. 45, 136, 133, and 131. A proposal to convert Royalton High school from a four-year school to a six-year school, adding seventh and eighth grades, also was discussed at the board meeting Monday. Two factors, now pending, which will affect the six-year proposal are the consolidation issue and state approval of shop and home economics courses. Benlon Signup Meels for PMA Program Begin Foley Production and Marketing administration township signup meetings for Benton county farmers began this week and will continue until March 21. Farmers must be signed up on or before April 15 to receive payment for work performed under the 1951 PMA program. The township signup meetings, which run from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., are being held according to the following schedule: Gilmanton and St. George, March 7, at Foley court house; Langola and Watab, March 8, Sebasky in Rice; Granite Ledge, March 9. Rum River store: Alberta. March 12. North Benton; Glendorado, March 14, town hall; Mayhew Lake, March 15, Fruth-ville store; Maywood, March 16. Oak Park town hall; Graham, March 19, Novak's store Sauk Rapids and Minden, March 21, Herman's Inn, Satik Rapids. Sauk Rapids Plans 'Rural Emphasis Day' March 30 at School Sauk Rapids Plans for "Rural Emphasis day." to be held at Sauk Rapids High school March 30, are being completed by committees of the Rapids PTA and the Civic club, the two co-sponsoring organizations. Part of the entertainment will be furnished by Magician Claude Eblding, who also uses illustrations to bring out numerous rural and agricultural problems and their solutions. The program will include band concerts at 1:30 and 8 p.m.. appearances by Eblding at 2 and 8:30 p.m., class room demonstrations at 2:30 p.m., and coffee hour at 3:30 p.m. Dairy SlIDCrvisOrs' Course Opens Monday . . ; . . A dairy herd improvement asso- L.ja.: - :,.,. . J , ciation supervisors training school win Pt ,.,v nn t. V campus of the Universitv of Minnesota at 8 a m. Monday Registration for the .school will take place until noon, with classes scheduled to start at 1 p.m. The school will continue through Saturday. March 17. There are openings for dariy herd improvement supervisors in manv counties of the state, it was pointed out today by Ramer Leichton. ex- tension dairvman at the univer-! sity. ; "Men completing the week's ; training and demonstrating ability ' to do the work are eligible to be j recommended for openings. These j position.? have good promise of j permanence to anyone interested in j work closely associated with dairy-j ing." said Leighton. ! Additional information mav be : obtained from the Short Course of , fice. University Farm. St. Paul. Safety First fJISKERM INSURANCE Telephone 64 Called 'Superior' State Resident Invents Rotary Plow for Snow St. James, Minn. (-T) A rotary snowplow that takes n igh arid a half foot wide bite in hard packed snow while traveling: at 100 feet rcr minute, has been perfected by a Cottonwxxxi county farmer. Furthiermore, the road clearing vehicle tosses the snow up to 150 feet to one side. The inventor Is Ray Snook of rural Windoni, who took out his first patent on the plow in 192S. Since then he's taken out three more patents on th device. S:x of the plows are going to b built for the navy In the McNeal machine shop In St. Jamc. Th navy ordered the plowa for de livery next October 1. The army tried out the neok snow twin rotary plow for seren weeks In operation "Snowbound" in 1949 In Nebraska and the Dft- kotas. In one trial the Snook went through 43 miles of five and lx foot snow in 3R'i hours. Tha army gave it a "superior" rating. Sr.ook mounts the rotary mech anism on a evcn and. a half ton truck. Each rotary i.i powered hy a 28!) horsepower engine. Hie cutters and fans are mounted ahead of the cab. Three steel propellor-like cutter blaris in each rotary, whirl at 140 revolutions jior minute, cutting off thin slices of snow which feeds back into the two six-bladed fans. The fans force the snow out through a large stack. Art McNeal, proprietor ef the shop where the plows will be built for the navy, helped Snook finish the first, full sio machine. Snook gave St. James resident x demonstration of the plow l.it Saturday after the heavy snowfall. The plow worked one ide of main street, tossing the unow Into the adjacent city park. An odditv of the demonstration Involved a street lamp globe. The blast from the now ejecting stack took off one of the globes. It was deposited In the city park. unbroken. Kkfi 12-10 Ato. 8. Tel. 17PS-W iiiiiiiiiiiitn 4 33 Our Service Is Complete 1 Our Home Is for Your Comfort and Convenience 1 m . . Phone 238-W 1543 j SERVICE - 1 MinnmpolK Minn. "'1 n C5 'GOD mm 1 torium of Technical High 15 Sauk Rapids Crescent chapter 8 p.m. 17 St. Cloud Rummage sale at Scout Troop 31, 8 a.m. 17. St. Cloud Daughters of Erin 17 St. Cloud St. Cloud Chapter, Waite Park ARC Chairman Hames Drive Workers Mrs. George L. Sn5der has been appointed Wait Park Red Cross campaign chairman by Beryl Millet, fund drive chairman for the southeastern part of Stearns county. Co-chairman in Waite Park is Mrs. Edward Noack. Mrs. Snyder has appointed the following solicitors: Mmes, Royal Dossett, Eugene Bu-jalski, E. C. Jensen, Cornelius Meyer, Laura Miller, Martin Gottwalt, Peter Schreifels, Earl Miller, Raymond Peterson, Gerhard Torborg, Robert W. Young, Ray Theisen, and Walter Cashman. An organizational meeting was held at Mrs. Snyder's home Wednes day. The drive in Waite Park be gins Monday. Waite Park car shops employes will not be contacted at work. They have been asked to make their donations at home. Melrose Sportsmen Elect Dewey Stowe President of Club Melrose Dewey Stowe was elected president and Vernon Munson, secretary Wednesday night at the annual meeting of the Melrose Game and Fish club. Retiring from these offices after five years were Urt Schlicht and Walter E. Carlson. Other officers elected were: Don Molitor , vice president; Bob Schlicht, treasurer; Earl Wiehoff, membership chairman; Math Fink U. C. Schlicht, Ed Wiehoff, Ted Kluempke, Gene Schlicht. Peter LeClaire. and Jack Kraemer. di rectors. A committee on arrangements for the rearms Dond dedication was named as follows: Urb Schlicht, chairman, Ed Wiehoff, Chick Molitor, and Walter Carlson. DHIA Production Continues High High production is in evidence from the Dairy Herd Improvement association reports for the month of February, even though February is a short month. For the Sauk Centre association, where Arnold H. Meyer is test supervisor, all cows averaged 30.39 pounds of butter fat for February. Among the group, 37 exceeded 50 pounds of fat while 78 passed the 40-pound figure. High herds for the month and their production are as follows: Math Jennissen with 41.25; Quade and Quade with 39.92; Harlen Christen with 37.34; Ted Kleump-ke with 36.06; and Harold Marseck with 35.57. Seven herds in the Sauk Centre association use the artificial breeding service. Andrew Bahe, test supervisor for the Belgrade DHIA, reports a total of 447 cows tested. These averaged 31.7 pounds of fat for February. Sixty-seven exceeded the 50-pound fat figure and 145 made more than 40 pounds. High herds and their production for February were as follows: Wen-delin Imdieke with 46.1; Ed Fiedler with 45.3; Ben Herickhoff with 44.8; Al Lahr with 41.1; and Adam Van Beck with 39.1. In the Belgrade DHIA, 19 herds use artificial service. 215 School Officers At Alex Conference Alexandria The best attended annual meeting of Douglas county school officers in many years was reported Wednesday night by Olga Peterson, county superintendent, after the all-day session at the Alexandria High school auditorium. There were 215 county school representatives present. Speakers and discussion leaders were Roy Larson, state assistant director of rural education, and H. E. 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