Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 22, 1948 · Page 7
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Mason City Calendar JULY 58—Community Chest budcet hearings. Y. W. C. A., 3 p. m. AUG. --6—Restaurant operator* .short course at Eadinar. AUG. 2-1»—Summer term, Helsch School of auctioneering. AUG. 6, 1 »n« I—Junior Legion itata baseball tournament. AUG. 6, 7 and t—Governor'* days at Clear Lake. AUG. 21-2*—Junior Legion Regional baseball tournament. AUG. 23-25—Mason City high school and junior college registration, Mason City high school, 8 to 12 a. m., 1 to 5 p. m. AUG. 30 —Mason City schools open. •KPT- J-7—North Iowa fair. SE1-T. £6-37—Iowa State Jewelers association convention. OCT. 7-»—State library association meet- Ing. HERE IN MASON CITY Fuller Brushes. Phone 1358W. Soloists from the Mason City municipal band will give a short program at the Kiwanis luncheon Seeks to Reduce Truck Congestion M«I*B Cltr Gl«b«-G»i«lle, MM«B City, U. July 81, 1948 Country club Bruce Asking Co-Operation in New Setup Plan to Time and Cut Down Deliveries An effort to alleviate some of the congestion on business streets in Mason City by timing and cutting down on the number of truck deliveries to retail establishments Duck Breeding Bolstered by Lake Iowa Reclaim Area Farmed in World War I The Lake lowa-waterhen project in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan, sponsored by Ducks Unlimited, Inc., is full of water, was announced Wednesday .by has a goo ' d ov 'e rfiow a nd is pro- meeting at the Thursday noon. Paper Headquarters. Shepherds. Mr. and Mrs. Harold G. Ramsey and son, Jimmy, of Kenosha, "Wis., have been spending a few days here visiting at the J. L. Burns home, 209 7th S. E., and the W. V. Davis home, 211 20th S. E. The Ramseys formerly lived in Mason City. Time tested paints at Payne's color bar. W. C. Hopper, vice general chairman of the railway clerk's organization, Chicago, visited at the Milwaukee railroad offices here Wednesday. Picture Sale 30% to 50% off. Boomhower Hdw. A meeting of the advisory board of the Mason City Salvation Army corps will be held at the city hall at 3:30 Thursday afternoon, Maj. Edgar T. Tieman announced. 1st class painting in and out. Phone 3298W. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Angell, 129 First S. W., have returned from a 10 week vacation in the west and Pacific northwest. They visited friends and relatives on the west coast, and saw Vanport, Ore., before and after flood waters of the Columbia swept through that war born city. Mr. and Mrs. Angell report that much of the water has receeded but that extensive clearing work remains. They returned to Mason City through Yellowstone national park. NOTICE: Hereafter I will no longer be responsible for any bills other than my own. Jake Alt. Mr. and Mrs. Verii Johnson of Clear Lake and Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Johnson and Judy of Mason City were Sunday guests at the paternal J. C. Johnson home near Sheffield. New 5-Cent Airmail Stamp Will Honor City of New York Mayor Howard E. Bruce. "We are seeking to accomplish the desired results by co-operation of the parties involved instead of by drawing up an ordinance," said the mayor, who has held several conferences with truck operators on the matter. To explain the program he has in mind Mayor Bruce issued the following statement: LET'S STOP THE BLOCKADE "Congestion in our downtown streets at certain hours of the day becomes almost unmanageable. Trucks making deliveries add considerably to the congestion. "The traffic division of the police department has asked that truck deliveries be confined to the morning hours. "This ruling was directed after several meetings with city officials and truck operators. We are asking for the co-operation of the three (3) groups principally involved, 'namely: Truck operators—down- toxvn business establishments depending on truck deliveries, and the public. "To you—O PERATORS OF TRUCKS—we ask that you arrange your schedules for deliveries in the forenoons only. This may require some changes in your schedule. Don't double park unless it is absolutely necessary. (You are permitted to park in a metered zone for delivery or pickup without depositing a coin in the meter). If double parking is necessary, try to park as close to the cars which are parked along the curb as is possible, and not in the middle of the street. Avoid using semi-trailers or large trucks for minor deliveries or pick ups. "To you—MR. BUSINESSMAN —you probably think you are not involved in this cycle of co-operation, but you are, and can help very materially. Plan your operations so that deliveries and pickups can be made in the forenoons. Don't ask for more than one delivery a day. You can help, too, by arranging to have someone sign the delivery slip or pay the truck driver so that he can be on his way and relieve the congestion in front of your store. "To you—MR. JOHN Q. PUBLIC—perhaps you have been irked by the action of some truck driver, but remember, trucks are absolutely necessary to all of us. They furnish us with foods and other necessary materials, and many thousands of people derive their livelihood through truck operation. The next time you encounter a truck blocking the traffic or pinning you at the curb, count to 10 before you lose your temper. It will work out and you should be on your way in a short while. Your tolerance for these necessary conditions will help to speed up the traffic." ducing ducks now. This report was given to Wilson Abel, of Mason City, state DU chairman, in a recent visit here with Robert A. Leeson, newly chosen national president of Ducks Unlimited; Morton W. Smith, chairman of the board, and Arthur Bartley, U. S. manager, of Ducks Unlimited, as the 3 were enroute from Canada to New York. Once Marsh Originally a large marsh area, the lake is now in fine shape, Abel said. It is located near Kin- stino between Regina and Calgary, Alberta. During World war I much of the land in this territory was drained to be converted into a wheat-producing area. Some of it has since been, reclaimed. "It is the object of Ducks Unlimited to restore good breeding grounds so that they will again produce ducks," Abel pointed out. "DU takes no part in trying to influence bag limit or "seasons" -but is strictly interested in the production of ducks." Mason City Support Mason City's Ducks Unlimited organization, headed by Dewey Smith, has contributed more than $1,500 since the Lake Iowa project was started 2 years ago, Abel noted. Other Iowa groups have combined to bring the total to more than $20,000. The land is 15 Dr: Dolmage Associated With Drs. Chenoweth and Fallows ownec j the Canadian govern- Ducks Unlimited photos FOR THE DUCKS —This view of the dam on Lake Iowa in Saskatchewan shows part of the many acres of marsh area which is helping to increase favorable duck breeding. Started 2 years ago the lake is full of water and producing ducks now. For a time around World war I the land was completely drained for farming. The new U. S. 5-cent airmail commemorative stamp honoring the golden anniversary of New York City's consolidation will be placed on first day sale July 31 in New York, according to information received here by Postmaster Fred Cahalan. The central motif, as shown in the accompanying picture, depicts a map of the 5 New "York City boroughs on a dark background, around which is a ring bearing the inscription, "1898 Golden Anniversary." Circling the ring are 7 modern airplanes. The color will be red. Delicious Drinks AT GROCERS County Supervisors Attend Showing of New Road Equipment Henry Hitzhusen, Ray Robbins and E. R. "Dick" Steinberg, Cerro Gordo county supervisors, are in Chicago attending a road show being sponsored by a number of road equipment manufacturers. They left Tuesday morning from Mason City on a bus furnished by the Gibbs-C o o k Tractor and Equipment company. Supervisors from a number of North Iowa counties made up the party. ment which co-operates with the Canadian Ducks Unlimited, Inc., in the program. A number of other states have had lakes named for them and have been supporting the reclamation work. Construction on Lake Iowa has been entirely completed, Abel has been informed, and this spring, for the first time in many years, excess water has had to be drained off so as not to flood adjacent farm land. Survey Optimistic In the latest survey of wildfowl conditions in the 3 prairie provinces of Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba, there is every evidence of good tidings to hunters in the area and also to hunters along the central flyway for clucks. It is apparent that the duck population slightly increased in Manitoba and Saskatchewan while in Alberta, there is an even larger increase than was evidenced last year. In Alberta there is just as much water, if not more, on the prairie and the population of pintails has increased as much as 20 per cent over last year. This observation has been made by DU key men who have an average of 28 years experience in the territory. No Cuts Foreseen There is no thought in any of the 3 prairie provinces for a drastic cut, either in bag limits or season's limit. One of trie strongest reasons advanced for the generally favorable outlook is the untiring efforts of sportsmen in the United States to bring about better wintering grounds for the ducks than has been in existence heretofore. Dr. G. H. Dolmage, formerly of Buffalo Center, has entered practice in Mason City in association with Dr. H. D. Fallows and Dr. C. E. Chenoweth, eye, ear, nose and throat specialists, in their offices in the Foresters building. Dr. Dolmage was educated in the Buffalo Center consolidated school system, the Mason City junior college, the University of Notre Dame, where he received his bachelor of arts degree, and the University of Iowa, where he obtained a master of arts degree and a doctor of medicine degree in 1937. He completed his internship at Denver general hospital, and practiced in Buffalo Center for, 4i years prior to entrance into the army as medical officer for a 2J year tour of service. He specialized in eye work at the University of Minnesota hospitals from July 1, 1945 to June 30, 1948, and his activities in association with Dr. Fallows and Dr. Chenoweth will be confined to the eye. Dr. Dolmage is married and has 3 children, 8, 5 and 2 years of age. His residence is at 308 15th S. E. Rites Wednesday for New Hampton Woman New Hampton—Funeral services were held at Perry's chapel Wednesday morning for Mrs. Charles Erland, 56, who died in her sleep Monday after a long illness. The body was taken to Cedar Rapids for final rites and interment. She was born March 28, 1892 the daughter of Martha and John DR. G. H. DOLMAGE Baker, at Vinton. In September, 1912, she was married to Charles Erland at Vinton and for soma time operated a restaurant at Newhall. Twelve years ago they moved to a farm near Devon in Chickasaw county. Her husband died Oct. 6, 1945. She is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Harry Gundacker of New' Hampton, 2 grandchildren; 3 sisters, Emma Baker, Long Beach, Cal.; Mrs. William McLaughlin, Vinton; Mrs. A. Henrick, Esther- • ville; and 4 brothers, Walter and Merle of Cedar Rapids; James of Nelson, Minn, and Melvin of Long Beach, Cal. WHAT RECLAMATION HAS DONE—An idea of the vast expanse of Lake Iowa can be seen from the dam here. This lake waterhen project is now reported to have a good overflow along with several other "state lake" projects sponsored by Ducks Unlimited, Inc. For DIAMONDS ASK ene Freeman Rites Held Clarion—Funeral services were held Monday at the Eyler funeral home for Mrs. Emma Louise Freeman, 89, who died Saturday evening at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Fred Gates in Clarion. The Rev. Louis H. Preul, pastor of the First Methodist church officiated. Our Stock of Baby Supplies is complete Q-TIPS — BABY OILS — BABY HOT WATER BOTTLES BABY BOTTLE WARMERS — BABY BOTTLE BRUSHES BABY BOTTLE STERILIZERS A COMPLETE LINE OF BABY FOODS For complete pre-natal and post-natal care bring all your doctor's prescriptions to the Prescription Shop. "PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS" THE PRESCRIPTION SHOP 9 EAST STATE STREET W. B. Casey, Prop. W. B. McGrane, Accident Toll Up But North Iowa Is Good Statistics released Wednesday by the Iowa Department of Public Safety show that fatalities, accidents, property damage and drivers and owners involved in accidents have increased greatly. Completed figures for the month of May show that there were 51 fatalities to 32 in April and that property damage jumped from $1,649,800 to $2,213,899. Traffic accidents increased 452 from 2,772 in April to 3,224 in May. Sgt. Lou Krieger said he was encouraged by ti»e record of district 8, which includes 8 North Iowa counties, as there were no fatal accidents reported. Property damage in district 8, headed by Krieger, totaled $79,705. The damage was the result of 161 accidents involving 413 drivers and owners. Damage in Cerro Gordo county was $29,010, the largest in the district. Accf- n river*, Property 'County dents Owners Damage Mason City Gets Mention in "Holiday" Iowa is featured in the August issue of Holiday as the heart of the "richest, broadest stretch of tilled land on earth." Mason City is mentioned among the great manufacturing cities of the state as "clayware town." The magazine devotes 26 pages, including 3 articles and 106 photographs, to the story of Iowa, the State Fair, the life in the Corn Belt. Donald Wayne, author of the story on Iowa, points out that the state's "good, black earth" provides about a 10th of all the food America produces. He adds: "What happens in Iowa, then, hits a man in his appetite. It affects a great many people in the world." Noting that Iowa has the high est percentage of literacy in the nation, the magazine looks ovei the state's education system froVn the modern one-room schoolhouse to the Iowa State college at Ames and the University of Iowa a Iowa City. Students at the college comi from all over the world, "to tm ultimate benefit of agricultun and economy in their respective countries," the magazine con tin ues; while at the university, radio journalism and the theater ar high among the cultural arts, am "Iowa graduates go places in thes fields." The university hospita" described as a "hugh sprawling af air," is rated as a "first-rate med- cal school." In the field of the arts, the magazine calls attention to the fact hat Dvorak wrote the first part his New World Symphony while n Iowa; that Grant Wood's severe tyle launched a new school of American primitive art; that Ruth uckow's sketches of Iowa life are regarded as midland classics; and that Tennessee Williams, au- hor of the current Broadway hit, 'A Streetcar Named Desire," is product of Iowa university's dramatic workshop. The annual bicycle field iifght, sponsored by the Mason City playgrounds, will be held Thursday afternoon at 4 p. m. at Roosevell Stadium. MOTH PROOFED At- No Extra Charge When you have your woolen garments Dry Cleaned at 1VOHS Ccrro Gordo .... f>« JIW Chlckasaw H 22 Floyd 27 "I Hancock J4 33 Howard 9 If) Mitchell 14 34 Wlnnetasico in 24 Worth 13 27 $:!!>,<HO 7, son .'f,47« 3,510 Woman Given Divorce and Custody of Child Charles City — Mary A. Ream, 17, was granted a divorce decree Saturday from Henry M. Ream, 38, on a cruel and inhuman treatment charge, by Judge T. A. Beardmore in district court. They were married Sept. 29, 1947, at Austin, Minn., and lived together until July 9, 1948. One child, born May 21, 1948, by stipulation was given into the custody of the plaintiff, and the defendant agreed to pay $50 per month child support. Latest census figures show there are 17;000 more women in Venezuela than men. We're building ONE EVERY 45 SECONDS but that's not fast enough for America! KAISE FRAZER DIAMOND RINGS They are BONDED A perfect pair »_ Set for * lifetime of happineo*, exquisite Cardinal Diamond wedding and engagement rings. Rings of such outstanding quality, workmanship and value that they are actually Bonded. The bond given at the time of purchase •••urea you complete Mtirfacticm. $100.00 to $500.00 Service wherever you go In just two years we've built and sold more fine cars than any other new manufacturer In automobile history. Why? Because America fell in love with the KAISER and the FRAZER on sight. Folks arc streaming into Kaiser-Frazcr showrooms and learning from present aimers how dependable these two great cars are. They're learning— from people who drive them — how soundly they arc built . . . how economical they are ... how much Joy there is In owning one.' THESE ARE THE MOST-COPIED CARS IN AMERICA, road-proved by 250,000 owners in two billion miles of driving. Because plenty of Americans insist on comfort, convenience, style and value,, traditional leaders had to "move over" — as Kaiser-Frazcr became the fourth largest manufacturer of motor cars in the world in two short years. Why wait? Enjoy your new car this summer. You'll get fair treatment and highest trade-in allowance. Thiele Motors Rockford, Iowa 19 East State encu Ask Ray Seney Established 1908 Phone 2.1 FOR EARLY DELIVERY SEE Mason City Motors, Inc. G. & W. Motors Sheffield, low* Belmond Motor and Body Shop Bclmond, IOWA Ellefson's Service Woden, Iowa Henson's Form Supply Store Britt, Iowa Lynch Motor Car Sales Charles City, Iowa 10—4th Street N. E. Helgeson Motor Company Lake Mills, Iowa 'Jasper Motor Co. Northwood, Iowa (Cinnamon Service Co. Cresco, Iowa Kline Motor Company Manly, Iowa Lenz Brothers Garoge Riceville, Iowa Scaton Motor Sales Osajre, Iowa Francis Bros. Motor Co. Rockwell, Iowa I

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