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. 24, CHy Ot*M-Ou*ti«, M*»M City, I*. - - · » * ' ? . , ' ' '' Hoegh Decides ^·w"'Wi'. W ' on Oleo Deal V *!.' ,DES MOINES W--When is oleo "ready."for serving?" "'That's the question Iowa Secretary, of Agriculture Clyde Spry is asking Atty. Gen. Leo A. Hoegh to decide. The j question was raised Feb. 5 at vAmes when Kenneth Goodell, operator of a~ cafe there, was charged by state food inspectors with serving o)eo without posting signs to notify customers of the fact. Cjpodell said he was using oleo only in cooking, not as a spread. The case still is pending. Loren Mondt, Boone, president of the Iowa Restaurant Assn., conferred Tuesday with Spry a n d . L . B. Liddy, chief of the agriculture department's dairy and food division. Mondt asked,clarification of the "ready for serving" section of the colored oleo law. That law, passed by the 1953 Legislature, says no person "shall possess in a form .ready for serving,colored: oleo at a ; public eating place" unless a notice is conspicu ously displayed. . Spry sajd'the entire issue hinge: "on when it's ready to serve." W O O D F I N I S H E S SHEPHERD'S PAINT WALLPAPER 27 First S. E. Phone 1362 CRACKDOWN HAMMOND, Ind. (UP) --High school students grumbled Wtd- mfodaV about an ord«r banning "distracting" clothing--b* it sexy or' just sloppy. School Superintendent Lee L, Caldwell began the controversy last week when, appalled by the appearance of his young wards, he ordered the students in this Chicago suburb to watch their grooming and keep their clothes opaque. His ban included girls' sheer blouses, blue jeans .held up by rope, belt-less pants, zoot-suits and "ducktail" haircuts on boys. "They shouldn't tell us how to dress," several students said. But talk of open demonstrations by students subsided into harmless grumbling and it appeared most teen-agers would obey. Busch Defends Purchase of Baseball Club ST. LOUIS Wt--August A. Busch accused of making baseball " c cold-blooded beer-peddling busi ness," says that his organization bought the St. Louis Cardinal "only when we were certain tha no other group could keep them in St. Louis." Busch is president of Anheuser Busch Inc^ which bought the Na tional League Baseball Club las spring. Tuesday Sen. Edwin C. Johnson (D-Colo) who doubles as presiden o f . t h e Western League introducec a Senate bill which would subjec all professional baseball clubs owned by a beer or liquor firm to anti-trust laws. The Cardinals president, with the club at its spring camp at St. Pe tersburg, Fla., also answered Johnson's charge of using basebal "merely to sell a few more bottles of beer," in the statement: "To accuse us of using baseball :o achieve a position in the industry we long have enjoyed is self inswering." STEAM AGE BOSTON (UP) -- T h e gasoline nterests had better watch out. So or this year 10 steam automobiles have been registered in Massachusetts. All are 35 to 40 years old. did you know that here at Gi/cfners you can be tailored- to-measure by HART SCHAFFNER MARX Your measurements taken with the utmost skill and accuracy by our own expert tailor. Your clothes expertly tailored by skilled craftsmen at Hart Schaffner Marx in Chicago. Gildners invite you to see our spring custom line from Hart Schaffner Marx. 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Hoegh brought court action after warning all trading stamp com panics to cease operations in Iowa. The Polk County District Court ruled against Hoegh and he ap pealed. He contends the trading stamps are contrary to the Iowa gift enterprise law. The comp'anj maintains that the act is void. Britain Now Has Atomic Missile LONDON (UP)--Britain has de vcioped a medium range atomic guided missile for use by its army it was announced Wednesday. Anthony Head, secretary of slate for war, told the House of Com mons in a memorandum accom panying the army budget that the government was nearing a decision on introduction of the weapon. There was no further description of the atomic missile but t h e phraseology indicated it was not an atomic cannon such as that devel oped by the United States for tacti cal support in the field. Charles Falzone Is FBI 'Most Wanted' WASHINGTON UV-Charles Fal zone, 40, described by the FBI as a "cool criminal" noted for thorough planning of robberies, Wed nesday was put on the bureau': ist of "10 most wanted fugitives.' Falzone, m a n y times in prison "or holdups, is currently sought in :onnection with theft of the $6,000 ayroll of a Tonawanda, N.Y., )oat company while working for he concern in 1947. Wife in Shop When Husband Robs It SAN FRANCISCO (/B-- "There I vas .in the s h o p to have some lothes cleaned a n d . w h a t happens? My husband comes in with i gun in his hand and holds up he place. "Why, I almost d i e d," Mrs. Jetty Economu, 29, told officers Tuesday, after her husband sur^ rendered to police. James Economu, 32, n the $330 holdup. . ^ AP VVIrcphoto A Bll BULKY --Florence -Brown of the Department oC Commerce in Washington gives with an "Oh, look what I've got" expression as she holds up a pair of lead impregnated atomic gloves. The gloves are just the thing you want if you're splitting an atom and if you have $60 a day to pay for them. Tri-Cities in 'Critical Area' WASHINGTON (Ji._ The Labo Department Wednesday added th Davenport-Rock Island-Moline are to the "critical unemployment" lis o£ labor market areas eligible fo special federal aid. Also added were South Bend Ind., and Battle Creek, Mich. The department's Bureau of Em ployment Security said the shift in classifications of the three area were based on recent unemploy ment increases as well'as employ ment outlook. · _ The Davenport-Rock Island-Mo line area includes territory in bot Iowa and Illinois. Under an Eisenhower adminis tration program areas classifie as critical from the standpoint o unemployment are eligible to bi for defense contracts.set aside fo such areas, and also to get rapic tax amortization for new plan construction. Three smaller areas also were placed on the critical list. They are LaCrosse, Wis.; Hudson, N.Y. and :Welch, W.Va, . ' The bureau's list of major labor market areas in the critical cate gory now number 25, with smaller areas so listed numbering 34. HEADS FOR HOME SEOUL OR--Indian Lt. Gen. K b. Thimayya, chairman of the con troversial commission w h i c recently handled the Korean War prisone j u - ,, - Quentm - sald he operations at Panmunjom, lef Ur !l « im i el L m t0 Clear his wife Tuesday for home, his work fin t i t n n C T Q n V i ^ l r t i i T ^ · * » . * shed. EW FAMOUS LAUNDROMAT CLOTH ESDRYK WUNDROMAP Compl«r*]y Automatic, Full 5(z«, Agl-Tumbl* Action Newi Low-pricedt Loaded with featurea that make washdays automatic. FREE HOME TRIAL We invite you to try the Weslinghouse Laundromat right in your own home. Do all of your washing and see how much easier it is to turn out a cleaner, brighter washing. You are under no obligation to buy. 199 ,95 up CLOTHES DRYER Slanting Front, Fully Automatic, Fatlvr Drying It cnda all the hard work of line drying--nnd it dries your clothes as you want them, drybr damp-dry. ,95 up TRADE IN YOUR OLD WASHER TERMS THAT MAKE IT EASY TO OWN 169 Roach Picked Farm Leader WASHINGTON U) -- Howard L. Roach, 56, Plainfield, Iowa, was named Tuesday as new national c h a i r m a n of the Republican Farm Council. Roach, chairman of the Iowa Republican Farm Council, succeeds Harold McKinley of St. Ansgar, Iowa, as national chairman. McKinley resigned last fall. At a meeting here the executive committee of the national group adopted a resolution praising GOP agricultural achievements but remained silent on Secretary of Agriculture Benson's flexible parity proposal. Eagles Sign Two Rookie Tackles PHILADELPHIA (UP) -- The Philadelphia Eagles signed two ·ookie tackles Wednesday, bringing :o 23 the number of players signed 'or the 1954 National Football ^eague season. Joe Mehalick, 6- "oot, 2-inch, 225 pound tackle from he University of Virginia and Dan iunter, 6-foot, 4-inch 224 pounder rom the University of Florida, both signed Eagles contracts. Hunter was the Eagles' seventh draft choice and Mehalick was the llth choice. Farmer Killed When Shooting Pigeons CONRAD «*-John Nelson, 43, was fatally wounded Tuesday while shooting pigeons on his farm three miles southwest of here. Grtindy County Coroner Harold ·ngelkcs said Nelson apparently slipped on a bale of hay in the barn and the shotgun charge struck the farmer in the head. ACTRESS DIES NEW YORK OR--Actress Bette rayson, 32 former wife of play- Farmers Told to Gut Costs Panef Discussion Here Tuesday Norlh Iowa farmers were tok Tuesday that they would have t( get along with from 75 to 80 pe cent of parity. The prediction cam from both Henry A. Wallace, foi mer vice president, and from mem bers of a five man panel. A number of farmers reacted bj asking if prices of machinery, fer tilizer and other farm costs would take a corresponding drop. Although that question was never answered completely during the panel discussion, a number of other answers were given. Held at Holy Family Auditorium, the Farn Forum was sponsored by Mason City's United Home Bank anc Trust Company. First to speak on the afternoon panel was Ernest Baughman, econ omist for the Federal Reserve Bank, Chicago. Panel member had been assigned the topic. "Hoy. to Deal With Increased Costs at a Time of Fluctuating Incomes." 'Meat Ax Cuts The Chicago economist urged farmers not to c u t costs in the wrong areas. Don't," he said, "use the mea ax approach, slashing all costs without serious thought to the fu ture o f y o u r farming program Don't cut your applications of fer tilizers, but rather put off buying new farm machines and erectinj new buildings." A Sheffield farmer, William Eno suggested that farmers give thci financial position careful thought Farmers, he said, should know jus where they stand in these days o high costs and uncertain income. The estimated 650 farmers hearc next from Don Fish, a farmer from the Mayuard area. Fish hit hard against too manj installment payments. He toll farmers that buying a television set on time payments takes th place of two brood sows. A veteran farm m a n a g e r , Car Hertz, Nevada, dealt with the prob Icm of the tenant farmer with a landlord who refuses to take the iong view and wants only to milk the land of the last immediate cash ·eturn. Tenant's Position Hertz said a tenant in that posi Jon can only hope to persuade the and owner that it is to his own interest to make badly needed improvements and use plenty of fer- ilizer.. , "Bank credit may sometimes be lard to get," said the lone banker on the panel, "but it is the easiest to pay back." That was the opin ion of a Ne%v Hampton banker, J F. Kennedy, the fifth member of the discussion group. Kennedy also warned agains' getting involved with too m a n y in stallment payments and cited the example of one farmer who was dismayed to learn that he had 19 charge accounts on which he owec over $3,000. Presiding at the afternoon pane discussion, which was thrown open to questions from the floor, wa; W. C. Murray, head of the depart ment of econpmics and sociology Iowa State College. At the c l o s e of the meeting United Home's Kermit Hansen saic the bank hopes to h o l d another day after a brief illness. Happy is The Day When Backache Goes Away . . . . NnBj?ing backache, loss of pep and energy, hendachcs and dizziness may be due to slowdown of kidney function. Doctors say cood kidney function is very important to Kood health. When some everyday condition, such as atrcss nnd strain, causes this importai-.t function to alow down, many folks suffer nas- ffinj; backache--feel miserable. Minor bladder irritations due to cold or wrong diet mny cause getting up nightsorf reqnentpassnjres. Don't nctdect your kidneys if these conditions bother you. Try Donn'a Pills--a mild diuretic. Used successfully by millions for over SO years. It's amazing how many timea Doan'rtfrivo happy relief from these discomforts--help the Inmileaof kidney tuhe-i and filters flush oilt waste. Get Doan'a Pilla todnyi i· i r - o dlCd T u c s - f o r u m a yea from now. Study Motion on Perjury Charge SIOUX CITY W--District Judge Ralph Crary Wednesday was studying a defense motion to quash a perjury indictment against fruit broker M a r k Sabel. Sabei's attorney, in presenting :he motion Tuesday, told Judge Crary that if the motion is overruled, an appeal will be taken to the Iowa Supreme Court. Sabel is accused of making false statements about his income and about beer licenses while under oath before Wallace W. Huff, coun :y attorney. IT'S MILLION PROOF! If you don't HEAR well... Now you can have a great new /ILL-transis'tor hearing aid, by SONOTONE, backed by certainty. For with this new model "Eleven-Eleven", the millionth instrument haj left the Sonotone factory. Think of the satisfied users tha'c represents,' ELEVEN [ELEVEN GIVIS YOU...N.W Mafic Tr.«),f,r,i up to 5 timei more power, tubeless, DO "B" batteries. Operating Co»tii reduced « low ti 80%. Im.ll.tf li»tr«m« n t: lor the power developed. Nothing wcrificed to size. Tone of a quality uieri expect from a Sonxooe FREE SCIENTIFIC HEARING TEST Won't COM a 'penny.-- see for yourself how Sonotone can help you. No obligation. Phone /or « prirate appointment today. Remember Sonotone -- a name you can truw SONOTONE of MASON CITY ·SOUTH DELAWARE AVENUE , BATTERIES FOR ALL MAKES OF HEARING AIDS PHONE 1963 Hold Men on Thefts From Rural Areas Petty thievery from a number of rural Cerro Gordo County schools is believed to have been solved with the arrest of three young men according to County Attorney Robert H. Shepard. The three are Thomas Leroy Austin, 20, Mason City; John Ray Montgomery, 21, Rockford,S,and Bill Dean Bland, 20, Lakota.,'"y Austin and; Montgomery were arraigned before Robert Servison Mason City' justice of the peace Tuesday afternoon and bound over to the grand jury on a charge o; breaking and entering in the night time. They "/ere unable to pro vide $2,500 bond each and were taken to the county jail. Bland is being held by the Worth County sheriff at Northwood on a charge of selling an auto not his own and using the money. A war rant also will be issued by Cerro G o r d o County for him on the breaking and entering charge Shepard said. The three are charged speclfi cally with robbery of the Lake . School on Feb. 4 but also are implicated in other breakins, Shep ard said. He paid the highest trib ute to the sheriff's offices at Mason City and^Northwood and the Mason City police department for the co operation which resulted in the arrests. Austin and Bland were returnee here from Gulfport, Miss., .after questioning by Sheriff Ansel Con ncrs, Northwood, Deputy Sherlf! Jerry Allen, Mason City, and Stan Icy McClinlock, Mason City police officer. Get 1 Year on Check Counts Two brothers from Wesley, Jul ius Monson, 29, and Martin Mon son, 31, pleaded guilty before Judge T o m Boynton in District Court here Tuesday to bad check charges and both were given one year jail sentences. Julius Monson's sentence was suspended on good behavior, however, and he was paroled to his attorney. Stanley L. H a y n e s, Mason City. Haynes told Judge Boynton that Julius was married and has a child and is guaranteed employment by another brother who is a trucker at Wesley. After County Attorney. Robert H. Shepard told the judge that Julius has no previous conviction,of a felony and the county attorney did not and that the county attorney die not oppose the p a r o l e , it was granted. Martin Monson took the check Tor $60 written by his brother who had no funds in the bank, and gave it to the Federal Fruit S t o r e in Mason City after purchasing §8 worth of groceries. He had been convicted on bad check charges in 1041 and was not eligible for parole. Youth Sent Back to Boys' School CHARLES City-One-of: four youths accused of taking an auto mobile owned by Roger Dixon of Charles City, and later demolishing i t ' i n an accident, has been recommitted to the Eldora Train- ng School for Boys. He is Gary Shepley. The youth had been re '.cased from the school only recent y. The Dixon auto was taken in 'ront of the home last Thursday night and later demolished on a country road near the city. No ac- .ion had been taken on the other hree youths, but juvenile court action is expected this weekend or later. Czech Leader Gripes About Capitalism VIENNA (UP)--Czechoslovakia s President Antonin Zapotocky Wednesday complained the "capitalis- ic United States has refused to de- iver us machines we had ordered and already paid for." Zapotocky did not explain what American material he was referring to in his speech at a Czech Communist Party meeting, but observers believed he meant a steel mill which was withheld when U.S. newsman William Oatis was arrested three years ago. Truck Driver Falters in 1,615,001st Mile FAIRMONT, Minn. (UP) -- A nick driver who guided his vehicle through more than 1,615,000 miles during a span of 17 years without a single accident was ulled Tuesday. Ernest A. Suliivan, 46, died in iis first mishap when his truck kidded on an icy highway and ilowed into a freight train. CRUSHED TO DEATH MELBOURNE, Australia W)--A man was crushed to death when 0,000 excited Australians burst hrough a barrier of police and troops to see Queen Elizabeth II rrive in Melbourne Wednesday. C. D. Sullivan Pays $300for Drunk Driving Cleo D. Sullivan, 32, 2327 20th S.W., was fined $300 and costs Tuesday 'by District Judge Tom Boynton w h e n Sullivan pleaded guilty to a county attorney's information charging him with driving while intoxicated. Sullivan was arrested Nov. 4, 1953'; by Mason City police after he was seen driving in a weaving manner on South Federal. Judge Boynton also suspended Sullivan's right to operate an aulo for 60 days. NEW RECORD '· WEST YELLOWSTONE Lfl -- 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. On the Radio Beam WEDNESDAY NIGHT NETWORK mo in. i GUTS CBS--8:1,1 K d w . r d R. M u r r o w f 7:00 F.B. J. In l'e»ce and W » r i 7:30 lilil Vr«- c l n c l j H:(HJ Crime rhntegnpheri 81.10 Crime C i » i l c i i 9:00 On S t m r e i »:HO Robert Trout. MBS--7:00 S(ti»d Roomi 7:30 Nlrhtmirn «:0fl SporU "Teni" 8:1S N t w i r t e l i H::tO Fimlly T h e » l e r i 9:00 Fr»nk Edtv»rd«! »:JS Fat It To Pmti »:«« Sounding Board. ' NBC--7:00 W.Ik » M l l t i 7:30 Gllder«le«r«i 8:IK) Y o u . Bet Your l.i/ei 8:30 HI* S t o r j r 9:00 K l b b e r McGee a n d M o l l y i 0:15 Can You Top Thl7 9:30 Report Prom the While Home. ABC--7:00 Three-Clly Ujllnei 7:U S i m m y K » y e r 7:30 Hollywood S l a r w a f t 7. : JS M/ke AUIIojrj «:(H) Phileo Radio riay. h n u « i H;M M a s t e r ? Theiten 9:fto Headline Edition; 9:15 Turner Call- lnjc. Everywhere You Go THERE S RADIO ! K G L O Dial 1300 500 ° WaHt KGLO-FM . . . 2:45 to 10:15 P.M. Wednesday Highlights Narcotics . . . (7:00 p.m.) Airline hostesses are used as innocent transporters of drugs in tonight's d r a m a on "F. B.I. In Peace and War." H. S. Band (8:00 p.m.) Enjoy "M u s i c From Mason City" featuring the Mason City High School Band under the direction of Paul Behm. Income Tax . . . {8:30 p.m.) Confusion reigns as "My Friend Irma" tackles the Income Tax forms in a program for Toni and Carter Products. Sports . . . (9:50 p.m.) Keep up-to-date with all the l a t e s t tournament scores on the Phillips "66" "Sports Camera" with Bud Sutcr. Mysterious (10:15 p.m.) Sara Ann Spence keeps a mysterious date in the lobby of a theater tonight on "Family Skeleton" for Toni and Manhattan Soap. Wednesday P. M. fi:l)fl Clear Lake rfliow «:I5 Whard or Oddi, Toni t,:3a Curt M » i i f y Time, Alka-Sellt«r 5:!* l.nwcll Thomai, Kalier-WIIIyi «:00 Newi. P.O. * B. ( M l m h a l l ) 6:10 Mason Cfl/ Today, Hermanion Dairy B : 1 5 Aoroi« the FoolllrhU, Coal Sprint 6:30 Le» Paul nnd Mary Ford 6:33 Sporti. Weather. Mutlc. Motorola TV 8:13 Edward R. Murrow, Tlamm'i B«er 7:00 F.n.I. In Peace and War 7:30 2lst Precinct. CBS 8:00 Mnson City High School Bund 8:30 My Friend Irma,-Carter! Toni 9:00 Good Old Days 9:30 John Lord Show 9:*0 Sporli Camera, Fhlllfpi "M" 10:00 Newi, Roundup, fllnhe-Gazetla 10:1.1 Family Skeleton, Toni Sunihlne Sat, Corn Product! 10:11! Beulah. G r n e r a l Foodi 11:00 News, CBS 11:05 Dance Orchestra, CBS 12:00 New*, CBS Thursday A. M. 5:30 Morning Roii'iier (Lord) 6:00 New* (Tenncy) fi:05 Mornlns Jlouior (Lord) B : I S K e y i l o n n Fence, Red Brand 8:30 Farm Reporter, Stale Brand B:IS New«, MW-Contlnent (Tenney) 7:00 Johnny I,ee W l l l i , Genera] M l l l i 7 : J 5 Miulcal Clock, Sedan Motor Co 7:20 Miinical Clock, Myion 7:."!0 Newi, Cajhway Lumbtr Co. 7:35 BuU'r-Topp A l m a n a c 7:ir Keep Time With Damnn'a S:l." 1Iol»um Headline], Holiuni Bread «:» Bent of Everything. Jloe J e w e l e n d : I O Currte'i Corner, Ctirrle'a Hardwar* 8:IS Mystery Melody, M.C. Merchant! fl:Xl Bible Broadcait, Sentrnan 9 : 1 5 T o d a y In Oiage, Oia r e Merchanti n:I.VKIIchen Club, Tidy Houne Products 10:00 Newi Direst, Jacob ~K. Decker ltt:)S pill, (he Mm., Jllue Slar Potato Chlpg 10:25 Home Town New* (Clnusen) 10:30 Make U p ' Y o u r Mind, Wonder Bread 10MS "Good" Reports, Ann Rood 11:00 Wendy Warren, Marweil Home 1 1 : 1 5 H»ur Sherwln Show, Rorden'a 11:»0 Helen Trent, R l l l i Cold Tablet! 11:15 Our Gal Sunday, Xolynoi 12:00 Markets Thursday P. M. The _ Man On (ho Street, Prll«h»r4'» Musical Varieties " New«, North Iowa Co-Opt. South St. Paul Market Initllut* Second Mn. Barton, Maxwell Mini* Perry Ma,on. Tide, CM Thf» r« rVora Drake, Alrwlck Brighter Day, Cheer, CBS Hilltop Home, Alka-fi«lu« r Ifoua* Party, rilljbnry House Party, Surf Arthur Godfrey TIm«, CBS Yotinjr Br. Malone, Crlaco Chapel of lh« Air, J. D. Jm Ma Perklni, Oiydol KSMN 10M Wsll. ( OM , For Thtj B*it In Daytim* LUf*ning NIMH City. · · M A l f M B

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