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February 23, 1954

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 2

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"~ cu " ·SVB",. jpv'«a»» k4 ^ *'}?'i - ^ Rites Tuesday for Victini of Heart Attack · J k '( I. ^ CHARLES CITY--Funeral services for .William C. 'Toepfer, 61, will be held Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. at the First Methodist Church, the Rev. W. F. Belling, retired Methodist minister; -officiating. Burial in Riverside Cemetery. 1 Accompanied by a 12-year-old grandson, he stopped his car at a stop sign at East Peoria, 115., and was stricken at the wheel. He had been in poor health. Mr. Toepfer was born March 25, 1892, near Charles City. He lived on the same farm until 1920 when he moved with his family to Charles City. The family moved to ^Waterloo in 1925. .He'was married, to Mildred t Martin, Oct. 23, 191fi. ! - She died in /July,. 1942.', In 1643, he went to Creve Couer, 111., d make his horns with his daughter, Phyllis Scott, and family where he resided at {he time of his death' Other survivors a r e . a son, William C., Jr., Waterloo, five grandchildren, a brother, John,' and a sister, Miss Emma Toepier, both of Charles City. Zwicker Also Is Wisconsin Native C A M P KILMER, N.J. (UP)-Brig. Gen. Ralph W. Zwicker, the career soldier, who got a tongue- lashing from Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy, hails -- like McCarthy -from .Wisconsin. Zwicker was born 5i years ago at Stockton, Wis., and stepped into uniform for the first time as a West Point cadet in 1923. He was graduated from the military academy in 1927. .. In World War II he led a special reconnaissance detail ashore on D-day during the Normandy invasion and later became commander of the 38th Regiment of the 2nd Division. It was in this command post that he earned many decorations and the personal plaudits of the supreme Allied commander Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower. NEW RECORD WEST YELLOWSTONE UP) -- A sled dog owned by Al Holten, Santa Rosa,- Calif., pulled 2,100 pounds of freight 25 ,feet M o n d a y and claimed a new world's record, At one stage in their develop ment eels are so transparent that print can be read through their bodies. Steel Flush Switch Box 33c BaVcIf d'cornars. S l d » « m o v a f o r 1 multiple joining: ; Clamps for non- mttal cablt, loom, Toggle Switches B r o w n pi ai t l c body. P o s i t i v e action -- moving p a r t ] g r e a i a d . 1-polo. UL seal. Sheathed Cables Ideal For fndoor Use U.L. Listed; 25 ft 1.25 Tough, heavy, non-melalllc shealh- fng resisfi moisture, fire, and acid vopors. 14 gauge, 2-wire, 15 ampere. 12 gauge, 2-wire 1.75 Without Clamp Oclogon-shapeo, turface or fluih- mount. Dion. A- In., deplh l'/2-!n. UL-approved. Wall Outlets 34c T-»lot c o n t a c t s grip plug tighter than usual outlet. B r o w n or I v o r y plastic, Ul listed. MAIN FLOOR Heavy Toll of Chinese Taken by Communists Robertson Reports on Bloody Purge WASHINGTON Wi--As'st. Secretary of State Walter S. Robertson has told Congress the Chinese Reds, in "just about the bloodiest pattern that the Communists have followed in any country in the world," have killed about 15 million of their own people since 1949. Robertson, whose province is Far Eastern affairs, attributed this huge death loll to liquidations and government-ignored starvation. In teslimony on the State Department's budget request, made public by the House Appropriations Subcommittee Tuesday, Robertson made these points: 1--A basic American strategy is to keep powerful Chinese Nationalist forces on Formosa as a constant threat of American-supported military action against Red China. 2--On the mainland "there is a deep undercurrent of unrest and resentments t h a t would be glad to follow some other leadership if it iad the chance." 3--New outlets must be found for Japanese trade, including more: icccss to American markets, "or ,ve will inevitably .throw Japan nto the Communist orbit." 4--For an indefinite period "we must make a contribution toward MILLIONS OF PEOPLE in other parts of the world slill need »ome sort of help to keep thcmselve* either fed or clothed. Americans are continuing to demonstrate their friendship and win friends for freedom'by sending CARE packages overseas. Send a n o t h e r CARE food or clothing package today, end help those people ivho are struggling hard Id remain proud and free! . :Yonr CARE package today will help the pause of freedom everywhere in the world.. S*nJ your orJer through your local CARE offic* or through your Railway Expr*» offlc*. · Published as a public, service in cooperation with The Advertising Council keeping our allies strong," In ''Formosa and Korea we have an Army of just about one million men . . . a big reserve against trouble in Asia" but a. financial drain too heavy for these countries to handle alone. Robertson, who once served as President Eisenhower's personal envoy to South Korea, gave this sketch of Communist China from available information: The mainland had one of its worst famines in history in 1950. "Throughout that period the Communist government was exporting food, with thousands of people dying of starvation, to Soviet Russia in exchange for industrial equipment and military supplies." The best estimaie is " . . . t h a t including the deaths from starvation the .Communists have liquidated about 15 million people since 1949.". ,, · ' Iowa Students Demonstrate After Victory IOWA C I T Y Wl--University of Iowa students -did a little im prbmphr. celebrating in front 'of Currier Hall, women's dormitory early Tuesday before welcoming the victorious Hawkeye basketbal team. · · · . ' _ : : · · · · ( [ " : · · . · ' . ; , " :'. L a t e : arrival;of ;the chartered airplane carrying the Iqwa, players from Bloomington, Ind., .where t h e y defeated 'Indiana, 82-64 added to the students' pent-up en thusiasm. 4 About 150 stu'clcnts''showed u p . a t the airport at midnight to gree' the team,only to be informed by airline officials the plane would be delayed. The students moved back to the campus and tried to coax the coeds from their dormitory. The girls leaned from the dormitory win dows and called to the boys but none entered the building. After much singing and shouting the students returned to the -airport at 1:45 a.m. Tuesday. Coach Bucky O'Connor thanked the students for turning out. The players also expressed surprise at seeing the crowd, "We didn't expect this," one player said. "We've never been greeted like this before." A Complete Optical Service Examination Prescription Lenses Ground Frames Fitted Broken Lenses Replaced Dr. J. H. Lepper OPTOMETRIST 28 First S. E. Mason City, Iowa Again Question Health ojf Pope VATICAN CITY Wl--Pope Pius was reported Tuesday experiencing renewed difficulty in taking food and anxiety increased over his health. . · . Vatican sources said that the 77- year-old head.'of the Roman Catholic Church has had more difficulty during the past two or three days in taking food. The Pontiff has been suffering for more than a month from a gastric ailment whose nature has never been definitely disclosed. *** " of *^^:*:^ · v'. i 2DO.YvpC Er « 0 *?l any Buicfe ** drivin g «»' «" . ble '^nt^^ V H''^ *'^"* ^C^T heW ssid^r'TTMutwot- «HE5T M1UION °?^U^. 5'»'?"»"" ,, OK «»*·« ·SS*°' W *L, ,,«.,«.' « .SssssSss? 5 xM-i : \ ^f the seua"-- · W^stcom^"* SSSKSTSK^ You'll fi« d A " !k -raf; J ,' 'y, 2*s""4s '% r%7/£///v' '"^ ^/v^ '*' ",' '4 "' W/fa' f"% '*'*£%//%*'"* '·^ '' . ',/ '*',-*;"''*' *· f ,'s"t ·-"·*, ~*vy' A£XW*»K ' ,'*""" f l^=^--=^^t ·/''· *.' Lr-' 1 " L*.SZ*~ --SV 'i %' v r v yz. ^ MIUON KH[ STAW FO« IUICX SMIIw ||? Buicl-Berfe SSow "" Tuesday Evening* WHEN BETTER AUTOMOBILES ARE BUILT BU1CK Will BUILD THEM Birum-Olson Co. ' 316 North Federal MASON CITY, IOWA Phone 287 Denies Links Vifith Reds WASHINGTON 0?)--Members, of Ihe House Un-American Aclivitics Commitlee told a woman jeweler from New York Tuesday they had testimony, linking her with Soviet spying activities, but she retorted: "I have definitely denied it time and lime again, and 1 refuse lo answer again." ' On^; that statement, 50-year-olc Mrs. ^Victoria Stone stood, refusing to answer more than 60 questions "on the' grounds/the committee tends to incriminate and degrade me. ·The ·committee, in a formal re port, had described Mrs. Stone as a member of an espionage oulfil interested in Rtbmic developments. It said the head "of. the apparatus was Albert A. Adams, reported to have fled lo Russia in 1945. Mrs. Stone replied to only two major questions Tuesday, testifying she is not now and never has been a member of the Communist Party. Blasts State Highway Plan MANCHESTER, I o w a (UP)- Iqwa's "20-year-plan" for highway modernization won't be finished for 100 years at the present rate of progress, Gerald Bogan, executive secretary of the Iowa Good Roads Association, said Tuesday. Since 1949, when the plan was adopted by t h e legislature, the state has eliminated only 241 of the 4,229 miles of outmoded 18-f"o o t pavement in Iowa, Bogan said in aispeech prepared for a combined Hotary-Lions meeting here Tuesday. "At this rate it would require more than 100 years to eliminate ali the 18-foot pavement in the state," Bogan said. More Indictments in Ship Disposal WASHINGTON W) -- Atty. Gen. Brownell announced Tuesday a federal grand jury has returned five additional indictments charging 18 individuals and seven corporations with diverse offenses in connection with the disposal of surplus ships 'rom World War II. Among the individuals were former Rep. Joseph Casey (D-Mass). The indictments, Brownell said, were voted by a grand jury here last April 23, but were, kept sealed until; the government reached 'the coriclusion'that some of the defendants, living abroad, are unlikely ever to return to the United States. HEADED HOME T O K Y O ( U P ) - C p l . Claude Batchelor, one of two. Americans who refused to go home in "operation big switch" and then changed ^heir minds, leaves Wednesday for the United States. Need find it in tha YELLOW PAGES OF THE TELEPHONE BOOK Farm Htfme Near Northwoo*d Burns NORTIIWOOD -- ''The two-story ramc housp on the farm of Claude . McQualtcrs was almost .com- Metcly" destroyed by fire starling 'rbm an oil stove on the front porch usl north of the Iowa-Minnesota ine at 10:30 a. m. Tuesday. Fire departments from Norlhwood and jienville, Minn., prevented the "lames from spreading.* · -: ; : , The stove was on the front porch while remodeling was being ^done on the interior of.','the', house; Mc- 3uattcrs, w h o ' w a s alonei at the louse at the lime, lit the stove and went out to gather the eggs. The fire spread so rapidly that it is be- icvcd the stove' exploded carrying "lames to the'inside of the house. Little was saved. No estimate had been made of the damage. HEADS FOR H O M E SEOUL W 1 )--Indian Lt. Gen. K. S. Thtmayya, chairman of the controversial commission w h i c h inndled the Korean War prisoner operalions at Pamnuniom, left Tuesday for home, his work finished. On the Radio Beam T U E S D A Y NIO1IT N E T W O R K HIGHLIGHTS !BS--6:15 Edward R. M u r i r o w i 7:00 I'eo- ple Are Funny i 7:30 Mr. and M r s . North) 8:01) Johnny Dollar; »:SO My Friend Irmi! l):00 I.outlU 1'anonii 0 : 1 5 Galen _ D r a k e j 0 : 3 0 R o b e r t Trout. .MBS--7:00 .'Micky Splllanoi 7:30 High Adv e n t u r e ; 8:00 Sport) "Ten;" 8:1S Xewsreelt 8:30 Search That Never Endsi 8:3.1 I.orne G r e e n e ) 9:00 Frank Edward*) 0:15 Tut It To I'.U. VBC--7.-DO Dinah Shorei 7;I3 Bonn wllh Sinatra; 7:30 H n r r l o Crulei X:00 P r a t n e t i K:;0 S u a y x e NC.WM H::t,1 K o c k y Fortune; il:00 Fibber MoC.ro and M o l l y i ! : I S Can You Top Ttilj? 9:30 Stars From I'urli. ABC--7:00 Three-City Bylines 7:15 Sammr K a y e ; 7::iO H o l l y w o o d S t a r w a y i 7:1.1 Mike M s l l n w i 8:00 Town Meellnici 8 : 1 5 Irvln D. Carthami 0:00 Headllna E d i t i o n ) 3:1S Turner Calllnji 0:30 Orchestra. Everywhere You Go THERE'S RADIO ! K G L O Dial 1300 500 ° Wafti KGLO-FM . . . 2:45 to 10:15 P.M. Tuesday Highlights Basketball (7:00 p.m.) H e a r " the first round in Class; B /District Tournament play as Riidd meets Fertile at Roosevelt Fieldhbuse. Cruise (8:30 p.m.) Colgate's "Mr. and Mrs. North" take a cruise to Trinidad, and discover that a murderer is one of their traveling companions. Evening News . . (10:00 p. m.) Bill Minshall reports the "Evening News Hound- ip," brought to you each evening by the Globe-Gazette. · , · . Ann Blyth . . (10:30 p. m.) Ann Blyth .and race Kelly will be featured guests on "The Louella Parsons Show" sponsored by Colgate. Tuesday P.M. 6:00 Clear Lake Show 5.-1.-S Wizard of Oddi, Manhattan Soap 5::tO Curt Massey Time, Alka-Sellzer 5:13 Lowell Thomas, Kaljer-WMIji 6:00 News ol tho N'athm, P.O. * E. 8:10 Maiion City Todaj-, Trier Ryan n:l5 Acro» the Footlights, Coo! Sprtnr 6:30 I.ei Paul and .Mary Ford, 1st N. Bank 8:3:7 Sports anil Weather, Motorola TV G:45 Edward n. Murrow, CBS 7:00 Rudci T». Fcrlllo H:.'IO .'Mr. and Sir*. North, Colfato 0:00 Proudly We Hnll 9:30 Music On VVnx (Traax) n:;,0 Sports Camera. Phillips ''CU" O i O O ' N e w s , Globe-Gaiette 0:15 Family Skeleton. Manhattan Soap R::tO I.ouella Parnons Show, Colfate 0:45 Belli ah, CBS 1:00 News, CBS 1:05 CBS Dance Band 2:00 News, CBS . Wednesday AiM. 5:30 Morning Rouser (.Thompson) J 6:00 News, (Tcnncy) ; ' " : * 6:05 Morning Rouser (Thompson) · " 6:20 Let's Go Vlsllinr, Allied M i l l * (1:30 Farm Reporter, State Brand, ft: 15 New*, Butternut (Tenner)' 7:00 Johnny I.re Wlltj, General -Mlll» 7:15 Musical Clock, Sedan Motor Co. 7:25 Today's Farm Story, Funk 7:30 News, darner, Molnrs - i! 7:315 Checkerboard Almanac, Purina 7:1.1 Keep Time With Damon's 8:1.', Holsum Headline*,' Holsiim Bread 8:3(1 Be.it of Kverythlnt;, BOB Jewelers Ciirrle't Corner, Ciirrle'i Harrtwar* S t u m p Us, inland Pota.- Chips Bible, Broadcast, Srnlman Today In Onate. Osajce Merchant! Kitchen Clnh, Tidy House Producti News · Digest. Jacob E. necker Quli t h e ; Mrs., niue Star Potato Chips Home Town News Make Up Your Mind, Wonder Bread "Good" Reports, Ann Good "Wendy Warren, Maxwell Koine Dour Sherwln Show, Rordcn'i Helen Trent, Boy-Ar-Dee Our Gal Sunday, Melacose Wednesday P. M. Markets, Nnlrena The Man _ O n the Street. Prltch.rd'i Musical Varieties, Staley N e w s / S t a n d a r d Oil (Kew) South St. Paul Market Institute Second Mr.. Burton, Maxwell Houi* Perry Mason, Tide, CBS This It Nora Drake, Alrwlck 5 r , i ,? ht * r D »7. Cheer, CBS Hilltop House, Alka-Sellser House Party, Plllibary House Party, Sari Arthur Godfrey Time, CBS Younr Dr, Malone, Crtsco Ch»p*I of Ih, Air, J. D. Je» Ma Perkins, OxyiUI, CBS X : I 5 0:00 9:15 0:45 10:00 0:15 10./2S fl:.1l) 0:45 1:00 11:1.'! 1:30 1:15 3:00 12:05 I2:IS 12:SO I Z : I 5 1:00 1:15 1:30 1:4.1 2:00 Z:IS Z s M 2:15 4:1.', 4:»n 4:15 KSMN 1000 w»it« +-., . " / ' ' i , For Th« B«tt in Lift«nin0 Mason city, · ?;* ' K * '.}'.'·

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