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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, August 14, 1952
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CJtr Aug. 14, 1952 , M«on Cllj, I t , Police Seek f i Death Figures '·FORT MADISON MV-Aulhorities were searching /.Thursday for two men who abandoned a car near where the body of Charles K. Harrison, 24, Shale City, III., was found hidden by brush and weeds, sTh'c body was discovered Wednesday by tho victim's brother, Robert, in a small hollow along List Creek six miles north of here. 'Coroner G, C. McGinnis said an autopsy .showed that Harrison died as the result of a gunshot wound behind tho left car. , ^Robert Harrison hatl gone lo the area with his mother, his wife and Deputy Sheriff Marion Mosley tp Identify a car be!6nglng to HarrJ son's mother. ,'rtie car had been parked on the road since Mpnday after it became stuck in tho mud. 'Clarence Millard, a farmer living nearby s told authorities two m~en asked him lo tow their car out o f , t h e , m u d . After ho did the car wouldn't start .'and the men abandoned it, Millard said. Mosley said there were bloodstains on the rear scat. figa\n Predicts, Price, Increases WASHINGTON MV-Pricc Stabilizer Ellis Arnall Thursday stuck to his prediction that the country is in for another round of price Increases that will send living costs zooming to a new high this fall. Eden Weds Boss Niece in Short Civil Ceremony LONDON UP--Blushing Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden was married to his boss' niece Thursday with P r i m e Minister Winston Churchill standing by as chief witness and--some say--matchmaker, The handsome S5-year : ot(i British foreign service glamour boy and Miss Clarissa Spencer-Churchill were married in a 10-minute ce mony at Caxton Hall--the scene this spring of the marriage of Actress EHznbclh Tnylor and Brit- sli Actor Michael "Wilding, Eden )ias understudied Churchill so long that referring matters to iiJK boss comes natural. In the cor- rtclor of the musty public offices building Eden and his bride werq having n discussion. Finally the foreign secretary said! "Wnil a minute,, dear. We'd better ask Winston about this." They turned to the 77-year-old statesman, who with h i s . w i f e , was following them to the Registrar's Office, "Winston," Eden asked, "on which side is the bride supposed to be?'" - ·, "You'have her on your left side,' Churchill Immediately replied, "so you can keep your sword arm free old boy." NEW CHAIRMAN OMAHA 'W--The Rev. Eitert C, Nielsen of, .Clinton, la., was voted lho'1952 c h a i r m a n , o f tho natipnal convention of tho Danish Evangel leal Lutheran Church here Wed- ne.sday. Republicans ! to Meet at Charles City A school of politics for Republicans in the northern counties of the third district will be held In Ihe assembly room of the Floyd County courthouse In Charles City Friday at 2 p,m. The meeting is open to all Republicans but particularly for those who will have a part in organizing for tho fall election. Those attending will have an opportunity to learn how the party organizes to carry on nn Intensive campaign. Presiding at the meeting, which Is being .sponsored by the state Republican Central Committee, will be King Palmer, Des Moincs, exec- ittive director of the State Central Committee. ; E. S, Boyle, Clear Lake, chairman of the Ccrro Cordo County Central Committee, will speak on: "Why Organize?" Craig Kc-nnedy, Waterloo, will talk on "How to Organize." Mabel Traccy, M a n - chester, new state vice 1 c h a i r m a n , will talk on the woman's auxiliary and Thclma Duesenberg, ·: Clear Lake,,on the Republican workshop. ·'Counties' to be represented;a.I the Friday meeting arc: Cerro Gordo, Worth, . MKcholJ, Floyd, Howard, Chickasaw and Butler, RIVALS SPEAK ATLANTIC Itfl--The centennial of Cass County was observed Thursday at the 4-H-FFA Fair. Hcrschcl Loveless/Democratic nominee for governor, and Leo Ellhon, Repiibli can nominee for lieutenant-governor, were speakers. PHILLIPS 66 Fuel OH TELEPHONE YOUR b NEAREST PHILLIPS 66 DISTRIBUTOR You can go into winter without heating.worries if you have a full storage tank of clean, dependable : Phillips 66 Fuel Oil.. · . ", ,". i,·;:.·.. : '. , · ; . . . ' ." ' Phillips ^FURNACE OIL is the ideal oil forbaserrient'type furnaces, while Philjipsi 66 STOVE OIL is highly recommended for space heaters. Botli give you lots of clean heat, and they don't clog filter screens. Don't wait for the first cold snap/ Call in your order now! FILL YOUR FUEL OIL STORAGE NOW Be Ready for Winter! C H I C A G O Ml -- Armour and wift, big meal packing firms, re- wrlcd Thursday that all walkouts ad ended at their plants. Sporadic walkouts by members f the CIO United Packinghouse Vorkcrs have been reported at arious plants of the two firms II week, following expiration of nion . contracts. Negotiations for ,ew contracts have continued dc- pitc the walkouts. Well over 3,000 UPW members verc away from their jobs at six Armour and Swift plants Wednes- lay, but the two firms said all returned Thursday and that all heir plants were in normal pro- Iticlion. The returnees included some 2,950 UPW members ,at Armour plants in Atlanta, Ga,, East St. iouis,lll , Sioux'Cily, la , and Den ct', Colo , and an undetermined lumber at 'Swift's plants at Sioux Two Youths,-19, Killed in Crash NEWTON Wr--Charles R. Bailey and Keith W. -Dicha'|ti : 'both 19, vere killed early. Thursday when a ar''carrying five Grirmell youths crashed :into a bridge: cm Highway two mites east of Newton. Deputy .Sheriff Tract Huitt reported the car blew a left front ire and struck the east abutment of .the bridge, tearing off the car's motor, hood · and front fenders. Then the machine hurtled across he bridge, striking the west abutment and turned over several .imes, Huitt said. * " : ' , ! Feeding a dog, milk will not iiake it shed its coat. Milk is good 'or all dogs. JUDGE BABY BEEVES--One of tho highlights of the North Iowa Fair Wednesday was the baby beef judging. Above is n view of the crowd watching the event. Nsw bleachers w e r e more spectators. constructed this Globe-Gazette photo by Schmidt year to accommodate All Workers Return to Armour, Swift Meat Plants n ity and Des Molnes, Ta. The other members of the meat ndustry's "Big Four"--Wilson and Cuclahy--also are dickering for new contracts with the union, Wil;on reported no walkouts. Cudahy spokesmen were unavailable for comment. The four big packing companies also have been negotiating with ;he AFL Amalgamated Meat Cutters' and Butcher -Workmen' this week. Their contracts with both Lhe CIO 'and AFL union expired Sunday and * onday. Wilson and Armour met Thurs clay with the UPW and Swift with the meat cutters. Swift and the UPW will meet Monday. T h e UPW-Cudahy meetings have been temporarily recessed. Armour and the meat cutlers will meet Aug. 26, the company said. ' AT BARON'S' Back to School... With The Rage of The Town WHITE BUCKS H«rV§ THE iho« you can't do without! Th« pride of «v»ry ichool-golno wardrobe! An ·xctption*) v»lu« at this prictl -CASH CHARGE BARON'S LAYAWAY On the Radio Beam THURSDAY NIGHT NETWOKK HIGHLIGHTS · ABC~7:DO Hollywood S t a r Playhouse) 7::10 Defense Attorney; »:(W Orlclnal Amateur Hour! H-.15 Foreltn Reporter) 9:00 News of Tomorrow; D i l i Club Can Da. r CBS--8:30 Petty !·"-! 0:15 Edward R. Murrowi 7:00 Mr. Keen Tracer of Lost Persons: 7:30 F.It.I. In Peaca and War; «:(K) Mr. Chameleon. MBS--7::il) Mortem Adventures; 7:30 Th» Hardy Family; X:00 Rod and Gun Club! X:jO Heporters' Roundup I 0:00 A;F. of L. Commentators! tt:15 I I.ove a M'ystery. NBC--7:00 Father Knows Best! 7:SO Mr. Keen, Tracer ol Lost Persons; 8:0» Dragnet; Counterspy; 9:00 Your Hit Parade. j ' (FM On Air S p.m. to 10:15 p.m.) . . . (0:30 p.m.) .Peggy Lee, on tier Oldsmobile showi presents her own song styles plus thos'e of her guest stars. ; - F.B.I. Globe-Gazelle photo by Schmidt DISTRICT 'CHAMPIONS--Franklin County's "4-H 'judging team placed first in the district 4-H and FFA contest at the North Iowa Fair Wednesday scoring 833 out of a possible 900 points. Going over,the placings are: From left, front low -- James O'Brien, Geneva; Carl Render, Hampton, county extension youth assistant; back row-Robert Freie, Alexander; Leon Pralle, Latimer, and Robert Wagnez-, Hampton. Franklin 4-H Team Wins Judging Contest at Fair j ' Junior judges from Franklin County walked off with top honors at the district. 4-H and FFA judging contest at the North Iowa ; -FaiiyWe'dnesday. The Franklin County 4-H team of James O'Brien, Geneva; Robert Freie, Alexander; Leon Pralle, Latimer, and Robert Wagner of Hampton scored 833 out of a possible 900 points for first place honors. . . . (7:30 p.m.) "F.B.T. in Peace and War" exposes another criminal racket in "The Super Salesman,'^ presented by American Tobacco Co. . Mr. Chameleon . . . (8:00. p.m.) "Mr. Chameleon,"-"the man of many disguises, investigates "The China Clock Murder Case," sponsored by Wrigley. Baseball Hungary Elects . Prime Minister . BUDAPEST, ! Hungary MV-Matyas Rakosi, secretary-general . o the'Hungarian .Communists v and un disputed boss^qf this Soviet sphere nation; was elected prime minister by the H u n g a r i a n ' ' P a r l i a m e n Thursday. He had held the post : of vice premier. · BARON'S Shoestring COAT $ 26 98 Smoky Fleece in 100% Wool Woven by Lawrence Grov«§ The velvet edging smartly trims the collar and cuffs. Velvet shoestrings are drawn thru shoe button eyelets. The shoestring coat is different . . , it's new . . . see it soon. · V»nt back for arm frt««iom · lrrid«»c»nt taffeta lining · Hand pip«d button hoUt · Warmly inttrlirwd · Blut · Gray Sizes' 8 to 18 Second in t h e district contest vas the FFA t e a m o£ Wayne iohrmann, Hampton; N o r m a n King, Geneva; LeRoy Hansen, owa Falls, and Clarence Fitz of Alexander. Both teams were un- ler the direction of Carl Rehdcr, Franklin County Extension Youth Assistant. ' . ; .Second Ye»r : This is the second straight year .hat the team prize has been won jy Franklin County. \Vmticrs of the KGLO sponsorec Tip:to the Chicago International in November arc Fitz and Hillis Akin of : Dumont. Carroll Morris of Thornton tied with Akin for the 4-H trip "award with. 198 out of, a possible 200 points in market live slock grading. Morris was in eligible because he was a previous winner. The boys judged market hogs dairy heifers, beef heifers and fa steers. Team Placing Official team placings and points as announced by the committee o judges: Franklin C o u n t y 4-r (833); Franklin County FFA (798) H a n c o c k County 4-H (795) Winnebago County 4-H (794) Cerro Gordo County 4-H (781) Kossuth County 4-H (766); Wrigh County 4-H (754); Mitchell Count} 4-H (711); Plymouth FFA (706) Butler County,4-H (700); C l e a Lake FFA (646). · Individual high point winners Clarence ' Fitz, Franklin (289) Leon·;;\PralIe; Franklin (283); Rob ert : Freie, Franklin (277); D i e Franks, Cerro Gordo (276); Rofaer Wagner; Franklin ,(273); Michac Thune, Winnebago and Merle Ox ley, Hancock (272); .Leland 6 good, Kossuth (269); Darreli'Gol Hancock (267); Stanley Hanna Winnebago (263); Gene Nurrc Kossuth (260). $20,000 Suit in Death of Baby CEDAR RAPIDS M--Two dam age ·',suits totaiing more than $20 000 have been filed in district'cour here as a result of an auto ace dent in which a 2'A-month-old bab gir! was killed last Saturday. . Named as defendants were We. ley Rodin, 28, of Cedar Rapid who is being held on a manslaug] ter charge, : and the : bwners of th car involved. They are William Gjistoff of Jefferson and Ed Gu toff of Cctfar Kapids. . . . (8:30 p.m.) With a very few ames l e f t in this season, Bud uter, for Butt'r Topp Products, rings you the Mason City vs. .Car- oil game. · , kitchen Klub (9:45 a.m.) r ill 'want to -get Every woman in on the in- ormative homemakcr's program /ith Edith Hansen each week day norning. Thursday P. M. ;00 News and Markets, Doughboy Feed! :lf Clear Lake Show,;'M Curt Matsey, Milts Laborilorlel 5:45 Barbershop,Harmonics News, T. G. E. ( M l n s h a l l ) fl:15 Double :Fe»lure, Cool Spring K:itl) Peggy' Show, Oldsmobile. CBS B:I5 Edward R . - M u r r o w v Jfamm's Beer :00,Mr. Keen, American 'Chicle, CBS ·7:;lO F.B.I. In Peace and War, Am. Tob. H:«0 Mr. Chameleon, W r l r l e y , CBS S.-::n Haseb^ll . 1:00 Bob TrouL, News, Gen, Foodi, CBS ·);05 Haseball 0:00 News, First National Bank O.-IS'Sporlj 'Camera, Globe-Gaiette 0:30 Easy Listening OH5 This I Believe 0:50 Evening Serenade 1:00 News, CBS I 1:05 Dance Orchestra, CBS ' Friday A. M. 5:30 Morning'" Ranger 5:55 News. CTcnncy) 6:00 Morning Roiiser fi:IS Kniblll Serenade, Fo'ibllt Feedt (i:30 Farm Reporter. Slafe linnet B:1Ti News, North Iowa Fair 7:00 Johnny Wills, General M l l l i 7:15 Musical Clock 7::il News, Cashway Lumber Co. 7:M Checkerboard Almanac, Purina 7:1.1 Keep Time With Damon 1 ! H : I S llolsnm Headline.-!, llotsum Bread 8:80 Yesterday's Muslci Cool Spring II MS Mystery'' Melody, M. C. Merchant* !I:IIO I l l h l e Broadcast, Radio Chapel 9:15 T o d a y ' I n Osage, O.inge Merchant n:!5 Kitchen'..Club, Tidy House Product! 1:W1 News nicest, Jacob K. Decker 0:1S Hack to School, M.C. Merchants l):30 drand Stam, Wonder Bread, CBS 0:15 Home Town N e w s , sidles 11:00 Wendy Warren, CBS l l : l ! S n a u * Slierwln Show, Borden'n Helen Trent, Am. Home Products 1 1 : 1 5 Our Sunday, Am. Horn* Prod. Friday P. M. ·;:00 Tod»y'« Alarkels, Nlltrcna i:OJ Man On the street. Prllchard'i U:1S Musical Varieties, Sloley Feeds 12:30 News, Standard Oil K e w Ii:IS South St. Paul Market Institute ' 1:00 Second Mrs, Burton. General Foodit 1:15 Perry Mnson. Tide Soap, CBS 1:30 This r* .Nora.Drake, Tonl,- CBS 1.45 Brighter T)ay. Procter * Gambt* 2:00 Hilltop House, Alka-Seltier 2:15 Ilouse.Party, Plllsbury, CBS : 2:«fl House Party, I.ever Bros., CBS 2N5 Dr. Maliine, Crlsco, CBS · 3:00 A r t h u r Godfrey Time. CBS 4:30 Chapel of the Air, Rev. 3. n. Je» 4:15 Ma Perkins. Procter i G a m b l e MBS--DIAL 1490 Program Listings at 8:40 a.m.-ll:5S a.m.-4:5S p.m. KSMN 1000 Wans Dial 1010 6:00 a.m. to 7:15 p.m. 7:15' A.M. Monday thru Saturday ' ' Pretented -by ·· B. F. Goodrich Co.

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