Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on June 29, 1948 · Page 5
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MACHINE 'MILKS' PARKING METERS—Police Officer Ralph Buona (left) of Ashtabula, Ohio, operates newly- invented mechanism which "milks" auto parking meters df their nickels and dimes, as Patrolman Clarence Holcomb looks on. They say device saves them 2 hours daily. H elping th omema ker By Cecily Brownstone WARM WEATHER Cold Luncheon Meat Platter Crisp Potato Chips Shredded Vegetable and Tomato Aspic Buttered Whole Wheat Toast Frozen Cream Puffs with Chocolate Sauce Shredded Vegetable and Tomato Aspic 1J cups tomato juice 1 package lemon-flavored gelatin 1 teaspoon salt 2 tablespoons tarragon vinegar 1 cup finely-cut celery 1 cup shredded green cabbage 1 cup coarsely shredded carrot 1 cup finely-cut green pepper Salad greens Mayonnaise-type salad dressing. Heat tomato juice; remove from range and dissolve gelatin and salt in it. Add tarragon vinegar and cool until mixture is just beginning to set. Add celery, cabbage and carrot; mix well and turn into large or individual molds. Unmold on salad greens just before serving and garnish with salad dressing. 6 to 8 servings. 1,200 Youths Attend Start of 4-H Course Ames, {#>)—The 1948 boys' 4-H short course opened Monday at Iowa State college with an estimated 1,200 youths and leaders present for the annual event. Dean H. H. Kildee, director of the agricultural extension service, welcomed the youths whose opening day schedule called for visits to the dairy industry building, the radio studio, and other campus points. Coach Frank Leahy of Notre Dame is scheduled to highlight Monday night's program with a talk showing comparisons between athletic competition and the working of democratic government. Scandinavian Co-Operation Being Urged Lange Suggests 3 Nations Get Together (From the Royal Norwegian Information Service) New York, N. Y.—Broadened economic co-operation among the 3 Northern countries was urged by Norwegian Foreign Minister Halvard M. Lange speaking in Malm, Sweden. Outlining the Norwegian view, the speaker stressed 2 projects worthy of early attention: a more co-ordinated policy towards other lands, and an Increased division of labor and reciprocal goods exchange among the northern countries. Suggests Sales Group As an example, the speaker, suggested a multi-national sales organization lor the wood processing and fishing industries. This, he observed, would reduce unnecessary price competition among the countries. A coordinated policy would also strengthen the position of the co-operating lands in face of the present dollar shortage, making it possible to resist pressure which might otherwise force purchases in dollars and sales in weaker exchanges. This economic planning is already in operation as far as new investment is concerned. Tri-national co-operation under the Scandinavian Airlines System, and joint Norwegian - Swedish planning in conjunction with long-range development of iron and steel industries in those lands are already a reality. In the latter instance, it is proposed to integrate production in such a way as to boost Scandinavian self-sufficiency and decrease the dependence of the northern iron and steel industry on foreign 'markets. Other Fields Suggested The nitrogen industries were cited as another field where a multi-national division of labor would benefit all participating nations. Here cheap electricity and not raw materials is the determining factor, and considering Norway's vast resources of cheap power— the cheapest in Scandinavia—an expansion of this particular industry in other northern lands would be contrary to the best economic interest of the area. The same argument was also held valid for the whaling industry. China Flood Called Worst in 50 Years Hong Konr, (!F) —Travelers from Swatow in south China estimated Moday between 200,000 and 300,000 persons lost their homes in the area's worst flood in 50 years. Whole families, they said, were drowned by swiftly rushing waters that swept away their fragile quarters. • Homeless were making their way to Amoy and Foochow. To Ship Streptomycin to Russian Red Cross Philadelphia, (/?)—The American Friends Service plans to ship a $25,000 gift of life saving strep- omycin to the Russian people as 'a testimony of good will." The Friends Service committe said Sunday 3,000 5-gram vial PROUD FATHER AT 69, SHE'S 21—Sixty-nine year old father and 21 year old mother, Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Husted, display 10 day old baby at Sulton, Wash. Couples Granted Licenses to Wed New Hampton — Marriage licenses have been issued to Murl Corrigan, 25, Casey, and Ruth Stephenson, 21, Adair; Jordan Rollins, 28, Marion, and Lois platt, 33, Manchester; Enid H. Wiese, 57, and Erna Sizenbach, 51, both of Davenport; George Caslavka, 22, Clutier, and Ruth Harwood, 18, Garrison. Warner Sluiter, 31, Parkersburg, and Elizabeth Block 25, Allison; John Whited, 58, Rochester, Minn., and Alice Moody, 51, Myron, Minn.; Robert Pearson, 21, •Dalla Center, and Marilyn Williams, 18, Des Moines; Donald Bailey, 22, Charles City, and Josette Bouillon, 16, Nashua. Willard Haselhorst, 21, and Fern f the miracle drug would b« di»- ributed by the Russian Red Cross and Red Crescent to helj "promote -the health of the Russian people." DIES IN SLEEP Alton*—Funeral services were held Monday for Mrs. Ole Allison, 68, who died in her sleep Friday from a heart attack. She is survived by her husband and 2 sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Allison lived their entire lives in Kossuth county. They farmed 3 miles southwest of Bancroft, selling the farm in 1929 and retiring to Algona where they bought a home. Attends Credit School St. Ansgrar—Don Halvorsen is attending school at Ames. He is taking advantage of the 3rd annual agricultural credit schoo made possible by the agricultura economics department of Iowa State college with the co-operation of the Iowa Bankers association an* **, IMS 19 Mu«a City Glo**-G»i«U«, KM«» City, U. He is attending this course as a representative of the St. Ansgar Citizens State bank where he is employed. Bribery Doesn't Pay Chieaco, (U.R)—Two boys who turned in a false fire alarm "for the fun of it" discovered policemen can't be bribed as easily as they thought. The lads, 11 and 9 years old, offered free shoe shines to the officers who arrested them but the proposition was rejected. Seinr Eye Trips Hunter Los Anreles, (U.R)—John C. Bowman was fined $25 for firing a gun inside the city limits without a permit. He was shooting rabbits near his home with a .22 caliber rifle. A police officer was following his hunting through field glasses. Nultemeier, 20, both of Northville S. Dak.; Everett Lindsey, 20 Woolstock, and Darlene McNally 18, Webster City; R. M. Taffner legalj and Lorena E. Stevens, Legal, both of Waterloo; James Hare, 21, and Marie King, 16, both of Oelwein; Elvin Neuendorf, 21, Tripoli, and Elfrieda Huebner, 24, Fredericksburg. Lad Improves Osage—Wayne Wilmot, 5 year old son of Mrs. Frank Wilmot, Jr., Osage, is gaining satisfactorily at Mercy hospital, Mason City. The little lad, whose father died a short time ago, received a broken leg 2 weeks ago at the Balsley farm near Orchard. He was riding on a board behind a tractor and plow. The tractor backed, breaking his left leg directly below the hip in a jagged break. 4 SO. FED MARKET PHONEMIC NORTH IOWAS LAPCcST MARKET^ California Demos Wait Decline Definite Vote Pledge for Convention By The Associated Press California democrats hung a "waif and see" tag Monday on their 62 national convention votes. Although all the state's delegates signed statements Sunday that they preferred President Tru- rnan as the party's nominee, a spokesman said this was not a definite pledge. "We're leaving California as a Truman delegation and will see what happens at Philadelphia, according to conditions at that time," John F. Shelley, delegation chairman said. He said his group had decided to caucus on any question that comes up at the national sessions opening July 12 in Philadelphia. Meanwhile the democrats headed into the final week of delegate picking. The national slate of 1,234 will be completed Friday when Virginia democrats choose a 26- vote delegation expected to be anti-Truman. But to date Mr. Truman counts 670 pledged and claimed delegates, with 618 being required for nomination. In Wisconsin, where all but one of the state's 28 delegates to the democratic convention were elected last spring on a Truman-for- president plank, a state party convention closed Sunday with a noisy "We want Eisenhower" demonstration in progress. There were about 400 delegates at the session, which adopted .resolutions praising the Roosevelt- Truman administrations, without specifically endorsing Mr. Truman. An adjournment motion was declared carried before a resolution calling for an Eisenhower draft came up for a vote. Some delegates objected and crowded around the chairman's platform to protest loudly. A Truckload of POTATOES FOOD CITY Look at These New Low Prices New Red Triumph POTATOES ,00«-. $4.59 New California White Shaffer POTATOES ,00,*. $3.79 SUGAR CURED, SLICED BACON ENDS . Ib. 28c Decker's lowana LARD, Ib. 24c Oak Grove OLEO, Ib. 45c DURKEE'S OLEO As Advertised >f2f* in Life. Pound.... 43** JELKE'S GOOD LUCK OLEO Chicago Printers Vote to Accept New Contract Chicago, (U.R)—A spokesman for 1,800 printers, off the job in commercial printing plants since March 2, said Monday the men had voted overwhelmingly to return to work under a new contract. The spokesman said the printers probably will begin returning to their shops Monday under the contract, which runs for 18 months and calls for an $11.89 weekly wage increase. The dispute, which the printers called a lockout and the printing firms a strike, shut down 48 companies. The workers are -represented by Local 16, International Typographical Union (AFL), which is on strike against Chicago's daily newspapers. Pound 43c PURE GROUND BEEF Pound 59C HORMEL'S SLICED BACON ENDS Pound 3*C MR. FARMER BRING US YOUR EGGS TENDER MUTTON CHOPS and STEAKS. Ib. 30c SHANKLESS, SUGAR CURED SMOKED PICNICS.. Ib. 45c Sugar Cured, Sliced BREAKFAST BACON, Ib Tender Baby Beef SIRLOIN STEAK, Ib Super Suds Magic Washer Nofa Flakes Dreft Fels Naptha 29 Meaty, Lean Neck Bones Pound Tender Mutton STEW gal. 39C Hiland Potato Chips 10c, 20c, 35c Size Lb. Can 85c FEDERAL FRUIT MARKET 223 North Federal Phone 542 THRIFTY BUYS HORMEL'S COOKED Salami Pound 51c HORMEL'S DAIRY Frankf urts Pound HORMEL'S DAIRY Sliced Bacon . . . Ib. 64c KRAFT'S Velveeta Cheese.. 2 Ibs. 99c Grapefruit Juice No. 2 can 5c 12 cans 59c $5.00 Orders Delivered FREE Freih PLUMS, Dozen 29c Sunkist ORANGES, Dozen. . FRESH FROZEN Peaches . • 10lbs.79c EXCELLENT FLAVOR Bartlett Pears . No. 2V2 Can HERSHEY'S Chocolate Syrup... can 15c PRICES GOOD TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY TER CO. OPEN KETTLE RENDERED, PURE ULK LARD LEAN — END CUTS PORK, CHOPS 12 1st N. W. Phone 1402 613 So. Federal PHONE 5243 FREE PARKING FREE DELIVERY ON $5.00 ORDERS SWANCO OLEOMARGARINE u>. 39 WASHING POWDER OXYDOL LARGE PACKAGE BORDO BLENDED OR ORANGE JUICE 46 OZ. CANS DEL MONTE CATSUP 14 OZ. BOTTLE 19 FINEST CUTS BEEF CHUCK ROAST Lb. 59' ALL MEAT SKINLESS WIENERS Lb. 45 SWEET RIPE WATERMELON Lb. SOLID HOME GROWN CABBAGE Lb. 5 CALIFORNIA SHAFTER POTATOES 10 LB. BAG 49

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