Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 8, 1948 · Page 2
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20 Mu«n CUT GUVc»GH«tU. M»i«n City. b. John C. Ohrt Rites to Be Thursday at Church at Dexter Funeral services for John C. Ohf t, 60, of 1524 Adams N. W., who died at a local hospital Monday morning following an illness, will be held Thursday at 10:30 a. m. at the Methodist church at Dexter. Intennent will be at the Dexter ' cemetery' The Major funeral home in charge.- j _ Dies at Charles City Greene—Mrs. George Crabtree, 70, died Monday at Charles City She spent her entire life in Greene with the exeception of a few years in Illinois and at Charles City She leaves her husband, 3 daughters, Mrs. Harry Parsons of Ventura, Cal., Mrs. Clair Moon of Chai-les City and Mrs. Galen Rex of Marble Rock, a brother, Wil Elam of Huntington Park, Cal. and 3 sisters, Mrs. B. E. MacLear of Waterloo, Mrs. "Wesley Elvan o£ Waterloo and Mrs. Walter Potter of Greene. HEARING AIDS $25.00 to $150.00 Batteries All Kinds DR. J. H. LEPPER, Opf. 28 First St. S. E. Limit on U. S. Aid Recipients Cannot Deal in War Goods Washington, (/P)—EGA Admin- strator Paul G. Hoffman said Wednesday American aid may be hut off from any Marshall Plan ountry which sends war-poten- .ial goods into soviet bloc coun- ries. He made that statement at news conference where question of British sale of . plane engines to Russia was raised. The economic co-operation administrator said certainly any sales of war-potential goods to soviet- aloe countries will be considered cause for discussipns looking to a possible shutdown of American aid. ? Hoffman emphasized this policy BELL MAKING IN BELGIUM—Here are 3 steps in the manufacture of a cathedral bell at Causard's Bell Foundry at Tellin, Belgium. Left: A workman puts clay on an exterior mold. The interior and exterior molds are then filled with metal to cast the bell. To prevent the casting from splitting when the molten metal is poured in, the exterior mold is buried in earth. Center: A bell is polished with an electric buffer. This device is one of the few pieces .of modern equipment that have been added to the foundry since 1830. Right: A craftsman tests the newly-cast bell for tone and pitch by- striking it and holding a tuning fork. The bell, weighing more than 3,600 potnds, was engraved by a special process during the casting. conference, Hoffman referred specifically to jet plane engines. Britain already has sold some to Russia and has announced her intention of negotiating a broad trade agreement with Moscow. Emphasizing that even European- made war material would come under ECA's ban, Hoffman said: "A jet engine is still a jet engine whether it comes from this country or a participating country." The meeting with reporters the end of ECA's first of operations. Hoffman at the recovery pro„.„ -s "really under waj. with its appropriation in hand anc agreements being signed by the participating countries. The agency closed its first quarter with $731,000,000 set aside for European recovery shipments. Grey Marketeer Too B» for Bed in City Jail New York, (U.R)—Isidore Gins- erg, convicted grey marketeer lad to be moved from the LOR sland city jail to Hikers Islar enitcntiary Wednesday. Reason: The beds were too smai: or his 298 pounds. Ginsberg is awaiting senteh- or defrauding the Crystal Lur ber Co. of Winston-Salem, N. Ci The U. S. Army Signal Corp recently demonstrated that rock ets can be used to lay wires aero: errain which is impassable b foot. Using a new lightweigl. wire, the rocket method proved practical up to'150 yards. Deadline Applications Extended anced with EGA dollars, but to products produced by the 16 Mar- *hnil Plan countries themselves Sh T\ is repiSentel a T'adening of U. S. policy on the issue of "contraband" shipments into the Russian sphere. Previously EGA has stated it would shut off aid if Marshall plan shipments were diverted to Russia. Answering questions at a news Monies, (/P)—The Iowa vet erans administration announce Wednesday that the deadline fo application by certain severel disabled World war II veterans fo free automotive vehicles has bee extended to June 30, 1949. Since the "amputee car" program went into effect 2 years ago, 326 veterans in Iowa have received free cars from the government. HZLZBEKG'S Aar *4#Jt Marble Rock —Donald Schwartz left for Waterloo to spend a few days with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. McFadden, while his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Schwartz, are on a fishing trip. ml 7R%1 WOLFS-MONTH END COATS ' SUITS * DRESSES AT SPECTACULAR SAVINGS OF HALF - PRICE AND LESS SPRING DRESSES REDUCED Dresses, formerly $ $19.95—Now Dresses, formerly 3 $22.95—Now Dresses, formerly $ $25.00—Now Dresses, formerly $ $29.95—Now Dresses, formerly J $35.00—Now Sizes for Juniors, Misses and 9.98 11.48 12.50 14.48 17.50 Women PRICE Drastic Clearance— SKIRTS Skirts selected from our regular stock- that regularly sold up to $8.95. ALL GO AT ONE LOW PRICE—NOW 2.OO Summer COTTON DRESSES that would sell regularly at $8.95 It's been a long, long time since we've been able to offer cotton dresses with such high point of style and quality. All guaranteed. Washable. Better Shop Early. 4.90 DRASTIC CLEARANCE Better Dresses Dresses that formerly sold from $14.95 to $39.95 Minnesotan Wins Swedish Essay Contest New York, N. Y.—Winners in the essay contest commemorating the Swedish pioneer centennial, sponsored by the Swedish American Line, were announced Tuesday by G. Kilmer Lundbeck, Jr., I American managing director of the line. The 1st G of the 18 winners! will receive a free trip to Scandinavia with all expenses paid during a 6 to 8 week tour of the Scandinavian countries, leaving New York in the M. S. "Gripsholm" July 16, and returning from Gothenburg, Sweden, Aug. 14 or 28, respectively. Cash prizes of from $200 to $25 in government savings bonds went to 12 other winners, with honorable mentions to 20 contestants. The contest which opened in October last year brought in more than 2,000 manuscripts from every state in the union, Canada, Alaska, Hawaii and Puerto Rico. Miss Leonette Neslund. a senior at the University of Minnesota, and a resident of Mentor, in Polk county, Minn., was the winner of 1st prize for her essay entitled "Leather Hinges." This story will be read by Miss Viveca Lindfors, Swedish movie star, at the centennial banquet at the Waldorf-Astoria. Miss Anne Abbott Pierson, a student at Sargent college, Boston university, Cambridge, Mass., and a resident of Cromwell, Conn., won 2nd prize for her story about the "The Rose King." Third prize in this category, consisting of a free trip to New York or $200 in cash was won by Miss Evelyn Carlfelt, Rock Island, 111., for her essav on the "Man of the Prairie." Franklin S. Klaf. New York; Neale C. Bringhurst, Waban, Mass., and Lucille V. Gyr, Baltimore, Md., won 4th, 5th and 6th prize, respectively, in this category- The essay contest was the opening gun in the Swedish pioneer centennial, which has been celebrated during the month of June throughout the country. The announcement was made at the opening of an exhibit .depicting modes of transportation entitled "How They Came Here" at the American Swedish Historical mua- eum in Philadelphia, in October, 1947. WE WILL BUY YOUR UNUSED TIRE MILEAGE Replace with New ATLAS TIRES. Available in Black and White. STATIC and DYNAMIC WHEEL BALANCING 1204 No. Federal-Rose Standard Service-Phone 976 5.00 Buy 3 for what you might have paid for one. Rayon Crepes, Prints, Gabardines, Plain Colors and Blacks. Sizes for Juniors, Misses, Women. Drastic Clearance SPRING COATS Shortie Coats in Pastel Colors—in fine all wool fabrics, all beautifully lined. These coats formerly sold at $25, $29.95 and $35.00. THEY ALL GO NOW AT ONE LOW PRICE . . . Sizes 10 to 20 Only 15.00 Drastic Clearance— FORMALS Formals, formerly $ Q QQ §19.95—Now iJ.iJO Formals, formerly $11 4Q $22.95—Now 11 •TtO Formals, formerly $ $25.00—Now Formals, formerly $1 J AQ $29.95—Now 1*1 •iJO Some Slightly Soiled. Mostly Small Sizes. Beautiful Fabrics. PRICE Drastic Clearance Spring Suits Rites at Cresco for Former Bank Cashier Cresco—Burial services for Oliver W. Wanless, 92, of Minneapolis, Minn., former Cresco banker, were held in Oak Lawn cemetery east of Cresco Wednesday afternoon. The Rev. E. F. Byers, pastor of the First Congregational chuch, officiated. Mr. Wanless died in Minneapolis Saturday. Funeral services were held there Monday. When living in Cresco he was cashier of the First National bank. He was one of the organizers of that institution. Forty years ago he moved to Minneapolis where he was in the real estate business. He is survived by his widow, 2 sons and 1 daughter, Ralph,and Lynn, of Minneapolis and Mrs. Alan Thomas of St. Paul, Minn. Two nieces. Mrs. F. W. Mitchell and Mrs. Fred Sobolik, live in Cresco. 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