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Tuesday, August 19, 1952
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M»m Cllj Olobe-C.Mlle, M«»on CH Free World Will Parade Military Power in Europe COPENHAGEN W1 -- The free world will parade its military power along the North European rim ot the Soviet empire next month in the biggest combined exercises ever staged by the Atlantic Pjict nations. F r o m t h e Russian-dominated Baltic Sea in the south to the Norwegian-Soviet frontier in the far North, hundreds of warships fine planes and thousands of troops wil be thrown into "battle" against imaginary aggressor forces striking out from behind, the Iron Curtain. As preparations for "Operation Mainbracc" gathered speed, Com munlst propaganda screeched into high gear. Describing the defense exorcise as an "unheard-of provocation' against the Soviet Union, the floe press ominously liliited that "lhi. new proof of Western aggressive intentions" might easily "lend to serious Easl-VVcsl complications in the Baltic." Says Iowa Should Have More Video DES.MOINES l/R -- Iowa should lave "several" new television out- cts before the year's end, accord ing to Paul A, Walker, c h a i r m a n f the Federal Communications lorn mission KCC. "We can't say at this lime which of. the Iowa applicants will get ·uithori'/.alion first," Walker said. 'But there is hope that several will be approved before 1952 is gone." ' . · . ' . the commission c h a i r m a n made :iis remarks in a n ' i n t e r v i e w here. Monday night Walker discusser 1 Educational Television" at the first national educational tele vision workshop at Iowa State Col lege. : Walker said KCC members arc screening the hundreds of ,appli callous that have been filed In re cent months after lifting ot i 'freeze" order. NEW BUILDING I)V,S MOINES I/IV-The new ·$,, million State Office Building will hi open for inspection by Iowa Slot Fair visitors next week. The Slat Executive Council;has invited th public to visit the building, localei on the Capitol grounds. Your Car's Cooling System Nt«d$ Cleaning Now I \ Hera's Why... A neglected cooling system will cause .burned valves, scored pistons, and radiator leakage and rusting. Here's how you can pre- v c n c these m a j o r c a r repairs -- 1 SURE WONT KNOW MV CAR'S COME IN AND GET YOUR FREE HULA- DANCER KEY CHAIN Use Z-4 Lime-Out! V Safe, Tast, low priced V Easy to Use , Dissolves Lime, Rust V Scale V Satisfaction Guaranteed For expert Cooling System Service I, Z-4 Ume-Oul See ... AL DICK'S SUPER SERVICE 10J SOUTH PENN. -- PHONE 222 Truman to Speak in Pivotal Northern Cities for Demos WASHINGTON (IP)-- President Truman bus abandoned J a n a f o r a whistle-stop campaign tour this fall, but will de- vcr a scries of major speeches on behalf of the Democratic icket in pivotal Northern cities, it was disclosed Tuesday. Authoritative Democratic sources readily accepted" this re-* said Mr. Truman Incited campaign, role, a.s- igned to him by flov, Adlai K. luvenson, the parly's presidential ominee, and other Democratic Iralcgisls who met in Springfield, 11., last weekend. Better Known The conferees decided Steven- on's bi({ job is to make himself ictter known to the American iconic,-arid (hat any cross-country peaking lour by Mr. Truman Ypiil({ detract from Stevenson's wn c a m p a i g n . i n f o r m a n t s emphasized t h a t ·ilcvenson and hi« advisers h n d no cslre to shunt Mr. T r u m a n oul I Ihu c a m p a i g n entirely. On Ihe ontrary, they said, the inl role is regarded as Ihe irn- wrlaril one of "trouble shooting" or the Democrats in critical areas Mr. Truman's first campaign speech will be delivered in Mil waukcc on Labor Day, While no leflnile schedule has been workcc out for his subsequent appear anccs, informants mentioned New York, Chicago and Detroit as like y spots for Truman' speeches. C t r r l t t lh« Hod lie !s expected to carry the hoc [or the Democrats on such touchy issues as civil rights and labo cglslalion. The theory apparently is that Mr. Truman can woo Xogro and union votes with fire brcalhing speeches on these sub eels, without necessarily stirring ip as m u c h protest among Southern Democrats as ' would ensue if Stevenson himself made s u c h pecchcs. , Big Mystery: What Happened to Jap's National Treasure? TOKYO UP--The disappearance rom Japan's World War II military treasure chest of a fortune in ;recious metals and stones, includ- ng some crown jewels, is the na,ion's biggest mystery Tuesday. Japanese and foreign news reports have accused U.S. Army occupation officials of removing some of the valuables. But a special Japanese parliamentary investigating committee has pointed suspicion u t a n u m b e r of .Japanese officials, including persons in the emperor's household. The Japanese Diet Committee matiu a preliminary report last week on the details surrounding the treasure's disappearance. The fortune was collected by the Japanese government, during the war. Gold was obtained to finance purchase of war m a t e r i a l , platinum was stockpiled to spur research in electronic weapons and diamonds were gathered for use in cutting tools. 2 More Involved in Vice Scandal NEW YORK wv-Two more women, their identities a mystery, had roles Tuesday in a widening cafe society vice probe which officials say may bring more arrests and involve more "big names." The women were questioned Monday night at the district attorney's office in the investigation which already has snared a young heir, a wealthy dress manufactur cr, a self-styled actor and others. Assistant District Attorney Anthony J.,Liebler declined to disclose their names. He said immediate announcement of their identities "might ruin something we are working on." A grand jury began to examine the separate vice cases against Minot F. .lelke, 22, heir to an oleomargarine fortune, .and against Samuel Chapman, 5G, dress manufacturer and ex-husband of noted designer Ceil Chapman. New Plan Pays $ 200 a Month When Laid Up--Even for Life! Pays $ 500 Doctor Bills, Too! A new plan, that pays $200 a month to men and women who are laid up by sickness or accident, whether for one day or even for life--and paying their doctor bills, too--has been announced 'by the president of a large Chicago company. "This new plan provides for the regular expenses of the f a m i l y and pnys the doctor bills, loo," de- j c I n r c d . L . A. Brcskin, president oC itlie Sterling Insurance Company. "It assures continuing monthly income from the very first day of nictlicni attention for as long as you're laid up--even for life. What's more, this Sterling plan never reduces benefits at: any age." The important new doctor bill benefit pays the actual bills you get from your own doctor over $25 up to $500 for each sickness or accident. This "superior income protection plan" p a y s $200 regular monthly income from the first day you sec your tloctor and for as lout; as you are laid up, with $400 a month payable for as long as 3 months when hospitalized. $5,000 insurance against accidental death increasing to a m a x i m u m total o: $10,000 is also included in the plan Other Important features ot this low-cost plan, include hnme nurs Ing care, payment for non-dls abling accident, non-confining ill ness, ambulance service and olhe benefits. To get complete information-without cost or obligation--simply print y o u r name and address on a post card and mail it to: Sterling Insurance Company, Dept. K1121 Sterling Building, Chicago 11, llli nois. Mail j r our post card today A self-styled movie actor, Richrd Short, 39, was arrested on harges of living off the earnings f "a prostitute known as Pat hompson." Billy Graham Film Reset for Tuesday The Billy Graham film, "Mr. Texas x " originally scheduled to be shown Monday evening at the East Park Band Shell was delayed in shipment and wiJJ be shown Tuesday at 8 p. m., it was announced Tuesday morning. The film is sponsored by the Mason City area of Youth for Christ. /Jce Wi//Move Headquarters DENVER UP -- Associates of Dwight D. Eisenhower said Tues- lay the Republican presidential ipmince will move his campaign leadquarlers to New York's Commodore ilotcl, leaving only a rear letachment here. The spokesmen said, however, Eisenhower's main base of opera ions, on or after Sept. 14, will be i headquarters on wheels -- his campaign train--and that most of lis advisers would travel with him. It also disclosed Eisenhower would make a strong pitch for the support ot organized labor in an ·uldress to the American Federa- ion of Labor Convention in Nevs York Sept. 15. Since the convention will be called lo order at the time Eisen lower had planned to put his trait on the road, the general is ex peeled to delay his tour a day or so. Jet Plane Plant Concludes Strike T E R R E HAUTE, I n d. -I/TV^-CIO United Auto Workers Monda; night accepted a wage contract t end their hectic 14-week-old strik against the jet plane parts plan o£ Allis-Ch'almers Manufacturing Company. Only approval of higher UAW officials and signing of the contract delayed a return to production of jet engine compressors and construction of the ?10-mil!ion plant. Last Rites Pending for Rockford Woman ROCKFORD -- Funeral services were incomplete for Mrs. Otis'Stiel- don, 71, f a r m woman of this community, who died a t : a Rockwell nursing home at 4:20 a.m. Monday. Survivors are her husband, sons Lynn of Rockford and Donald of Rockwell. Friends may call at the Blake Funeral Home at Rockwell. AP Wlrcphoto FIREMEN RESCUE BOYS FROM CLIFF--Firemen in Philadelphia use an 80-foot extension ladder to rescue two boys (shown clinging to firemen near top of ladder) after they had been trapped for nearly 20 minutes while playing on a steep cliff. Both boys were rescued uninjured. Brannan May Reveal Results of Controversial Survey On the Radio Beam TUESDAY NIGHT NETWORK HIGtlMGHTS .tllC-- 7:«0 N'ew»lanrt Theater; 7:30 Mel Auditions ot the A l r t H:(M1 T o w n M e e l l n c ; 8:15 Views of (he N e w s i !):06 V i e w s at Tomorrow; 1»:30 Stream Harbor. CBS--fi::0 I'eggy ),e« Show: fi:!5 ltd ward R. M u r r o w : 1:00 I'eople Are. "··Funny; 7::il) Sir. and IVlrs. Northi K:00 Life W i l h Lulj;i; K:;li) l.nui-ll* Parsons; 8:;i." S t e v e A l l e n S h o w ; I:M) Bob Troui, Hews. NBC--7:011 C a v a l c a d e of A m e r i c a ; 7:'3l) Karrtc Cralj; 8:00 Boll Hope; ti:SI Fibber McGee anil M o l l y ; 0:00 Whit's My Line. MBS--1:011 The Muck Museum; . 7:90 Doctor Klldare; 8:00 Official D e l e c l l v e i 8:30 Mysterious T r a v e l e r ; !):OD Frank Edwards.. Demos Figure How to Keep Control of Representatives WASHINGTON Wl -- Democrats aeiit on keeping control of the House figured Monday they can do it by capturing slightly more than one fourth of some 185 districts they say could go either Demo cratic or Republican in November. Republicans said the number of congressional districts that often switch back and forth between the parties is nearer 100, and that they can regain a House majority by taking 40 of them. Each side, of course, reports the outlook at this point as favorable. Actually, many Democrats and Republicans concede it is likely to be 'a close fight for control of the House. At the moment, the line-up in the House lo 230 Democrats, 200 Republicans, one independent and four vacancies. Two of the vacant scats formerly were held by Republicans, two by Democrats. A majority is 218. fc, WASHINGTON WV-Secretary of Agriculture 'Brannan may make public late this week the summarized results of a nationwide survey showing overwhelming farmer endorsement of federal farm-aid progra ms. The survey was made a year ago and was subjected t o - s h a r p criticism by some f a r m organizations and Republicans. A department committee has just completed work summarizing about 3,000 reports of the survey submitted by county and state groups. A summary of the survey, because of the timing of its prospec- live release lo Ihe public and its nature, may set up a controversial farm plan advanced by Brannan four years ago as a presidential election campaign larget of Ihe Republicans. The summary will first be submitted to a closed meeting Friday of an advisory committee of representatives of non-government organizations, including f a r m , education, religious and social groups. If this committee is satisfied with the document, it will probably be made public. The survey, which Brannan called Ihc "Family Farm Policy Review," was designed, he said, to find out what farmers thought of present f a r m programs and to get producer recommendations for possible improvements. The survey was conducted by the department's own field agencies, including farmer committeemen who help administer the farm aid program. Officials have stated, while withholding reports on the survey, that most farmers approve federal crop control, price supports and other such programs. The survey drew particularly bitter attacks from President Allen B. Kline of the American Farm Bureau Federation. Kline said the department was stepping outside its proper administrative field to organize and inspire "pressure" on Congress for possible new farm legislation. (FM On Air 3 p.m. lo 10:13 p.m.) Too Hot . . . {7:30 p. m.) Colgate's "Mr. and Mrs. North" find a case "Too Hot to Handle." Luigi Basco . . . (8:00 p. m.) Luigi a picnic as Wriglcy presents the hilarious, "Life Wilh Luigi." Evening News . . (10:00 p. m.) Bill Minshall rounds up the day's news for Vance Music Company and Ihe First National Bank. Farm Story . . (7:25 a. m.) Funk's Hybrids present Everett Mitchell and Al Heinz with a farm story for Ihe day. · Almanac T seems tHat owning a Buick is something that a lot of iolks dream about--plan for-and finally do. iWe say that because, so tunny times, they say eo in words like those above. Those words make us happy, of course--happy to know we sell a car which means so much to those who own it. But they make us feel just a little bit sad as well r^sad to realize all the years of ,Jfun such folks have been missing for no good reason at all. For the fact is this: If you can afford any new car, you can afford a Buick. 'You can afford the thrill of bossing around that big Fireball 8 Engine tKat purrs forth a mighty flow of power. . i\bu can afford the gas bills--as any owner of a 1952 Buick will tell you--because that high- compression, valve-in-head marvel gets a lot of miles from a gallon of fuel. you can afford the extra luxury of a real million dollar ride--the silken smoothness of Dynaflow Drive 1 "--the extra room and comfort and style that have put Buick popularity right up at the top of the list, right next to the "low-priced three." oo If you want to own a Buick--there's just one thing to do: Come in --pick the one of your choice --and Power Steering nov maHabhi on Super at ttfll at RojJmaiter-- optional at extra cost. let us show you how close the figure that goes on the bill of sale comes to what you'd pay elsewhere. As we've said before, your first car can be a Buick. Why not take the Big Step now? Equipment, accessories, trim and models are subject to change without notice. *Standard on Roadmaster, optional at extra cost on other Series. Aged Resident of Near Osage Succumbs at 96 OSAGE--Funeral services for Ben Berger, 96, oldest male resident of Mitchell County, w e r e held Tuesday afternoon at the Champion Funeral Home. Burial in the Little Cedar Cemetery. He died Sunday at a hospital in Mason City. Mr. Berger was born in Switzerland Dec. 6, 1856. He came to the United States in 1881. He was married to -Maude Wolf in December, 1905. They lived in the Osage community all their married life. He followed the occupation, of mason and carpenter. His wife died in January, 1944, and in January, 1950, Mr. Berger went to the Falk nursing home at Stacyville where he remained for care until the last three weeks'of bis life which were spent in the hospital at Mason City. There are no surviving children. . . . (7:35 a. m?) Your Purina Dealers present the latest Weather'and sports news. Tuesday P. M. 5:00 News-Markets. Douphboy Feeds 5 : l r The Clear T,ake Show .1:^0 Curl Masjcy Time. Alka-Seltzer 5:1.1 llarberihop Harmonics 0:ul News of the Nation, r. G. It "E. (IMS Double Feature fi::U Spotlight an » Star 6:15 Edward H. Murruw. Hamm's, CBS 7:00 People Are Funny. Am. Chicle, CBS 7:30 Mr. anil Mrs. North. Colgate. CBS K:IH) l.lfc With I.ufg-l, Wrislcy, Cn.S n:3n I.nutll, Parsoni. Colgate, CISS 8:35 Steve Allen Shew, CBS !»:00 !!nb Trout. News, Ford, CBS n-.OZ Slrawhat Concert. CBS B:3(l Music Out of the Blue 9:'15 Employment Views 10:0(1 News, Vance M u i l c Co. 10:15 Sports Camera. Globe-Gazette 10:M Easy Listening 10:45 This I Believe 10:50 Evening Serenade 11:00 Dance Bands, CBS 12:00 Sign Off Wednesday A. M. 5:30 The MorninK Houser 5:55 News (TennejO 6:00 The Morning nouser 11:15 Foxblll Serenade, Foxhlll Feeds fi:30 Farm Reporter. State Brand 6:« News (Crnig Tenney) 7:1)0 Johnny Lee Wills, General JSllIi 7:15 Musical Clock 7:3(1 News. I.arjon Service 7:3.1 Checkerboard A l m a n a c ; Purina 7: IS Keep Time With Damon's 8:15 llolsum Headlines, ITolsnm Kreai R:30 Yesterday's .Music. Cool Spring S:)i Mystery Melody, M . , C . Merchants Bible Broadcast, Kadln Chapel 11:IS Today In Osaje Merchant! Sure is true for'52 When better automobiles are built BUICK will build them . 1:IB Kitchen Club, Tidy Home Product* !l):(Mt N'ews, Jacob K. Derker in MS Back to School. M.C. Merchants in-.M C.ranrt S l a m , Wonder Bread, CBS 10: JS Home Town News, Sidles 11:00 Wendy Warren, General Foorti, CBS 11:1.1 , Sherwln Show. Ilorden'i t l : « 0 Helen Trent, Am. Home Products 11:1.1 Our Gal Sunday. Am. Home Vroduct* l'i:0fl Marketi. Nutren» 18:05 Man On the Sired, rrftchard'i l'l:15,.Musical Virittlei, Slaley Wednesday P. M. 11:31} News, Standard Oil ( K e w ) 12:13 Souih SI. Paul M a r k e t Initltule l:0fl Second Mrs. Burton, General Foodi I M S Perry Mason. Tide, CBS 1:30 This li Nora Drake, Toni. CBS 1:15 Brighter Day, Cheer. CBS 3:00 Hilltop House, Alka-Seltler. CBS 2:1,5 Hnuie Party, Plllibury, CBS 2:30 Home Party, I.ever Bros.. CBS 8:45 Dr. Malone. Crlsco, CBS .1:110 Arthur Godfrey Time, CBS 1:30 Chapel or the Air. Re». j. n. J«. 4:15 Ma Perkins, Oxydol, CBS ! 316 North Federal BIRUM-OLSON CO. Phone 287 MASON CITY, IOWA Dealers to Figure Own Auto Prices WASHIN'GTON tfl -- Beginning Saturday dealers may calculate their own top retail ceiling prices for new automobiles. The Office of Price Stabilization, announcing Monday it was abandoning dollars and cents ceilings on new cars sold to the public, estimated it might mean about a one per cent boost in prices. Dealers' own calculations may be pegged to one of two base periods: (1) the month before the outbreak of the Korean War,..or (2) the period from Jan. 26-Feb. 24, 1951, the nionth after prices were frozen. KRIB MBS-- D I A L 1490 Program Listings at 8:40 «.m.-ll:55 a.m.-4:5S p.m. ··^·······^^^^·^^^^^^^ _^^_^^^^^^^"*|^^^ KSMN 1000 Wafti Dial 1010 6:00 a.m. to 7:15 p.m. 10:05 A. M. Monday Through Saturday THE ALGONA HOUR Prttenttd by The Algonct Merchants v\

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