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February 26, 1954

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, », 2*, I»S4 Cttr Glabt-Gueite, Ifaion City, I.. JJ i^t *· Sdys Ariybne Can Borrow " * T ·"· l Swedish Books · Any .book in any library in Sweden ns available, to everyone, even dn foreign .countries, said Mrs! Ulf ;Renborg( of Sweden, speaking 19, the Friends,of Libraries at the Mason City, Public Library Thursday evening. t Now working as an assistant in the Jasper County Library while her husband attends Iowa State College, she explained the geography, living conditions and history of her country to the audience as a,background for its library system; · ";..;: ^ : , : · . . . · , · · 'With about the same area as Iowa, Minnesota and Missouri together, Sweden has a population of eight persons a square mile in the northern half and 320 in the southern half, she said. As a result there are bookmobiles in only six of the 28 counties or provinces. Many books are mailed both ways, the library paying all postage. Sweden is not too different from Iowa, so far as the people are concerned, Mrs. ' Kenborg said in answer to a question. The principal difference is in the amazing comradeship even:in larger offices in this country; Swedish people are more formal. · .; Strangely enough, she pointed out, the plundering of northern Europe by King Gustavus Adolphus of Sweden from 16H to. 1632 is responsible for preservation of many priceless books. He sent them back to the Swedish universities where they have been preserved. Upsala University dates from 1477. Most of the rare manuscripts and books in Germany have been destroyed by bombing and the Russian invasion, she commented from personal observation. A film, "Home Spun," showing shearing, carding, dyeing, spinning and weaving of cloth by a Swedish woman in Minnesota was shown. The Rev. Alfred R. Malone presided and called attention to a film, "Grant Wood," and a discussion of the Iowa.painter by Park Rinard, Clear Lake, at the Library March 25 at 8 p.m. To Testify on Schwable WASHINGTON (UP)-Even war prisoners .who survived Communist torture, don't .know the breaking point : qf the human spirit and mind. The- question was invblved Friday i n ' a Marine court of inquiry against;:.Col. 1 . Frank G.' Schwable from, whom -Communist captors wrungi a Ifalse "confession" of germ warfare in Korea. · Schwable, "45-y'ear-old"'flycr, pictured.; himself- as ."dull, mentally stupid.-and thoroughly exhausted" after ,-four, months of humiliation and -degradation, fear and intimidation-and mind poisoning aimed at instilling a false sense of personal and national guilt. Captured in July, 1952, he capitulated in November, by which time it was so cold in his prison hovel he had to sit o^ his pen from time to time to thaw out the ink. "Expert" testimony on the subject is scheduled. It includes the findings of Dr: Charles W. Mayo, Rochester, Minn., who made a special report to the United Nations; -Lt. Col. Vincent J. Cassonc, Army psychiatrist who examined Schwable after repatriation, and Dr. Winfrcd Ovcrholser, famed psychiatrist at Washington's St. Elizabeth's Hospital. 3 lowans Injured Near Albert Lea ALBERT LEA, Minn. UP)--Four persons, including three lowans, were'injured in a two-car collision 18 miles west of here Wednesday night and four of those hurt suffered broken right legs. ....Involved in the crash were Mike Fitzgerald; 35, his wife, 36, and the latter's mother, Mrs. Vinnie Fanning, GO, :of Gilmore City, Iowa. .They were enroutc' to Rochester where Mrs. Fanning was to be patient aVttie Mayo Clinic. ' Mrs. Fitzgerald and her mother both received fratlures of the right leg as did^two of the Minnesotans in the other' car, Henry Stolke, 50, and Robert Fowser, 14, both of Sherburn. LINED UP TO GET BUTTER-This is part of the lineup of North Iowa jobfeS'whoVere on hand Friday at Charles City to receive surplus butter at the Cordle Cartage Co in Charles City. Some 14,000 pounds of the dairy product was shipped for distribution in the Charles City area. Some of the people who were given butter have been out of steady work ior a year and a half. Pope Pius Takes Solid Food First Time in Month VATICAN CITY (UP) -- Pope Pius XII ate solid food Friday for the first time since he was stricken ill with gastritis a month ago, Vatican sources said. The fact that the Pope, who has received nourishment indirectly, asked for and ate the solid food inspired an atmosphere of cautious optimism in the Vatican. These sources reported that the Pope spent a restful night and attended 7:30 a.m. mass at his'pri- vate chapel. At one point during his illness the Pope was so weak that he was given liquids drop by drop. But his condition then improved steadily until last weekend, when he began showing signs of fatigue as a result of working on his message to the sick of the worldj aroadcast over Vatican Radio last Sunday. Nasser Jakes Over as Egypt Premier Replacing Naguib C A I R O (UP)--The m a n who wanted to hang former King Fa- ·ouk became No. 2 man Friday in .he new Egyptian government in a reshuffle .that emphasized strength- :ning the country's economy. Gen. Mohammed Naguib, who succeeded Farouk, was ousted Thursday. Wing Cmclr. Carnal Salem, au- .hor of the land reform law regarded by the revolutionary regime as its greatest accomplishment, was appointed vice premier. He will preside over the revolutionary council when Premier Carnal Abdel Nasser, is absent. Major Salah Salem, minister of information and brother of Gamal Salem, said Egypt will not elect a new president until the British leave the canal zone or there is an Anglo-Egyptian'agreement. Salah Salem assured newsmen there would be no worsening in Egypt's relations with the West because of Naguib's downfall. Little Loot Found in Very Heavy Safe DES MOINES MV-Burglars who carted away a 600-pound safe from ihe Woodside Elementary school here got small returns f o r , t h e i r efforts. The safe contained less than $25 in cash and some school records. OCCUPATIONAL HAZARD NORTH ANDOVER, Mass. (UP) --Space guns for the small fry have been banned here by police. Too . m a n y mothers complained that sparks from the toy pistols ignited the youngster's clothing. The Suez Canal carries about three times the traffic of the Panama Canal. It is 100 miles long; the Panama Canal, 50 miles. Elks Name Sandra Levinson as 'Most Valuable Student' Sandra Levinson, Sally Griffin and Katherine Thogerson of Mason City High School and David Berrie of Holy Family High School Friday were selected as the "Most Valti able Students" in the senior class of the high schools within the juris diction of the Mason City Elks Lodge. The youth activities committee of the lodge were judges. Miss Levinson will receive a §50 U.S. Savings Bond and the other three will each receive a $25 bond A complete file of the qualifications of the three of the winners will be forwarded to the State Elks Association for further judging. If these should be approved, among the quota allowed by the state, they will be forsvardccl to the National Elks Foundation for consideration. Both the state association and the National Elks Foundation are offering additional awards. Applicants were judged GO per cent on the basis of scholarship, and 10 per cent each for extra curricular and out-of-school activities, personality and leadership, perseverance a n d resourcefulness, general worthiness and citizenship. Sandra is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Levinson, 1016 3rd S.W.; PCatherine, of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Thogerson, 221 7th N. W.; Sally, of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Griffin, 104 Virginia S. E., and David is the son of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Berrie, 725 Washington N. W. Mary Rafaila Marquez, daughter of Julia Marquez, 421 Monroe N.W,, is to receive a special $25 bond award because her extra-curricular activities were so limited by her unselfish devotion to her family that she was unable to qualify. She also is a Mason City High School student. Y Cribbage Tourney to Be Saturday The North Iowa Cribbage meet will be held Saturday, starting at 2 p.m. at the YMCA. Twenty entries already have been received from north central'Iowa. Entry fees of 50 cents may be paid and entry made at the time of the meet, according to Gordon Blanchard, boys work secretary who is in charge. Open to any man in North Iowa, each player must furnish his own board and playing cards. The YMCA has provided a big trophy for the champion. Championship wiU be determined on a 10 game basis. Cribbage rules posted at the site of the meet will prevail, according to 1 Blanchard Individual score cards for the con testants will be supplied by the YMCA/ THEY'RE ALL O* A, ne WALLPAPER'S PAINT STORE f 1 DOORS WEST OF POSTOFFICE SANDRA LEVINSON Hungary and Poland to Get British Trade LONDON (UP) -- Britain disclosed Friday it is opening trade negotiations next month with'two [ron Curtain nations--Poland and Hungary. The disclosure followed Prime Minister 'Winston Churchill's call in the House of Commons Thursday night for more East-West trade. It also coincided with news from another direction., Moscow Radio, quoting the Soviet magazine Trud, said: , . "The best \yay to achieve a re laxation of international tension is by expanding international trade." , Britain has not traded' with Hungary since 1949, when relations were broken off following the jailing on trumped-up charges of Edgar Sanders, British business man who since has been released. Officials said any agreements reached with Poland and Hungary would not involve strategic materials because of the West's ban on the movement of such supplie to Communist countries. To Discuss Policy of Iowa Colleges DES MOINES. ln--Policies and practices of Iowa colleges in regard to discrimination in higher education will be discussed at a meeting of educators here March 12. The meeting has been called" by the Iowa section of the Midwest Regional Committee on Discrimi nation in Higher Education. Dr. Riley H. Pittman, former Drake University faculty member who now is · executive director oJ the Illinois Commision on Human Rights, is retiring chairman. He will attend the meeting. Guest speaker will be Dr. Wayne A. R. Leys, vice president and dean oJ faculties of Roosevelt College, Chicago. Trial of Red Leaders in U. S. Is Recessed ST. LOUIS WV-The trial of five Jommunist leaders charged with conspiring to advocate overthrow of the government by force is in recess until March 8. The recess was called by U.S. District Judge Roy W. Harper after he denied a defense motion "or a mistrial Thursday. Judge farper explained that he would be ittending an Eighth Judicial Cir- Icuit conference here next week. , 'Gloomy Dean' of Church of England Dies WALLING FORD, England Wl -The Very Rev. Sir William R. Inge 93, Church of England leader who earned . world renown as the "gloomy. Dean" of St. Paul's Cathedral, died at his home here Friday. ' . , . . : ;.: ' / : ; . . · -,.; . . . ; · I n retirement for two decades, * he had been suffering from bron chitis for: several weeks. Dean Inge has said he believed neither in heaven, hell, nor the British Socialists who came to power for six years after Work War II. One thing he was partciular about was the pronunciation of his name. He would correct offenders with the remark: "Inge -- it rhymes with king, not binge." He was the embodiment of pes simism in the popular view. Bu to academic circles of the English speaking world he was a distin guished classical scholar and pro found philosopher. His several doz en publications ranged from "So ciety in Rome Under the Caesars,' issued in 1886, to "Diary of a Dean,".in 1949. He was dean of St. Paul's, the great London cathedral from 1911 to 1934. King George V knighted him in 1930, naming him a Knight Commander of the Royal Victorian Order. Cub Scouts Hold Birthday Banquet at Lincoln School Cub Scout Pack 35 of Lincoln School held a Blue and Gold banquet at the school gymnasium Thursday night. Richard Dow, cub- master, was.in charge. About 75 attended. Den 3 gave the history of scouting through the presentation of individual letters of blue and gold. Jimmy Kirk, Alan Tice, Jimmy Westwick, Jimmy Weaver, Dick Gregory, John Burkart, Dennis Hickok, David Dow, Dennis McMurray and Lynn Streeter took part. Den 1 interpreted songs which Michael Hubbard sang. Taking part were Nile Motter, Alan Curran, Paul Hermanson, Nick Noon- as and Leonard and Larry Benson. Den 2 read Blue and Gold poems. Jimmy Shultz played two accordion solos and Howard Shepard, Gene Koci, Stephen Gildner, and Michael Logan took part. Jimmy Weaver and Jimmy Kirk received awards. Nick Noonas was welcomed to the pack. Dr. R. C. Swale presented the honor award received by Lincoln PTA at the annual banquet of scouting. The committee consisted of Al Burkart, Joe Hubbard, R. O. Hickok, Robert Whitney, Lawrence Westwick and Everett Hermanson. u AJ v* t IT A i-»4 bj \, v w H VJ iO Y 11VJ \V C L C aware of the hoax but kept her secret. TIT FOR TAT JACKSONVILLE, Fla. __ . · N - - ' i i c a - w e i c . u i i i e t u i u r ri'l'sV i Police praised Harley S. Knight, wanting government su ? k ;oo. 37 for dnwng here from Durham, for free distribution to the m»dy M i * r n a-mriifOY* *?4-^\l s % r \ ' n n * » n l » « « . ^ . « . . _ ·* *· .... . . _ . . . . ' ·*. N.C., to answer stolen car charges make the trip. A RARE CUB--Here is "Auroa," polar bear at the Cincinnati ZoOj and her three-months-old cub, as yet unnamed --mainly because the sex still is undetermined. The birth was kept secret because few baby polar bears live' long when born in captivity. Administration to Fight ^ Boost in Tax Exemptions LT. DAVID B. FORD Manly Former Flyer Killed MANLY -- Second Lt. David B. Ford, 23, son of Mr. and Mrs.VW. S. Ford, of Des Moines, formerly of Manly, was killed in a plane crash Thursday, according to word received by relatives here. Lt. Ford was stationed at Las Vegs Nev. The Ford family lived at Manly until about a year ago when the parents moved to DCS Moin-.rs. Mrs. Leland Pinta, of Manly, is a s.'^er of the deceased and Eddie Ford, of California, a brother. Mr. and Mrs. Pinta left at cnc^ 1 tor Des Moines to be there when the body arrived. * WASHINGTON W) -- The Eisen- hower'administration has laid out a line of strong resistance to any increase now in individual income tax exemptions. And as House Republican and Democratic leaders squared off for battle over the issue, each predicted success. "An exemption increase will be adopted .by Congress," said Rep. Boggs (D-La) sponsor of a move to boost exemptions from $600 to $700. This would save taxpayers about 2V'a billion dollars a year. Rep. Halleck of Indiana, House Republican leader, declared: 'The over-all Republican program for tax reduction is sound and in the interests of taxpayers and the country. I think it wil prevail." Secretary of the Treasury Humphrey took up the cudgels for the administration late Thursday with a statement President Eisenhower was said to have approved. He said the administration would vigorously" fight the proposed exemption increase because: I--The cost oE national security although coming down, remains high and taxes must continue relatively high "until governi'iPnt spending can be further recj'ued with safety." 2--The loss of revenue from proposed :ivicreaset' sxemptions would ''Ihxv..- us bach in ( o substantial lefieii. financing whkb cannot be justified at the i» o.sent time and which we have han working so hard to overcome." The present fiscal program contemplates a def icit next year of thiee billion dol- Reveal British Lassie Lived as Man at U. S. Base .LONDON (UP)--A London newspaper reported Friday that a 23- year-old .British, girl spent six months in 1950 posing as an "airman" ^at the American Burtonwood Airbase.;But the Air Force denied it-.:. ' '':.. ;. . , Mrs. James G . V i a r s Jr.,'whose son had better quit " m a k i n g ex-GI American husband lives [in speeches around the count-' -r,»,,tTM rM~ ,,,»,, ,,.,,..,,.* u.. it. :.·__ the pr j ce SU p port Benson Ripped .,/' fl by Gillette., on Storage Space WASHINGTON MV-Sen; Gillette (D-Iowa) told the Senate Thursday t h a t Secretary of Agriculture Ben srs. said the administration's program already calls for 1954 tax reductions of more than 6H billion dollars. Cut in Butter Aids to Hurt loy/a Plants ; ·*? DES MOINES UB--The ".^ I H . . , creameries stand to IpV- ·r..-,-n ?,240; Davis Given Seven Years Clifford W. Davis, 23, 1701 Harding S.W., Thursday was sentenced lo seven years in the state penitentiary at F o r t Madison, on a charge of assault with . intent to commit rape. District Judge William P. Butler pronounced the sentence after the youth pleaded guilty to the charge. Maximum sentence under the indeterminate sentence law was. 20 years, the minimum one year. Davis was taken into custody Jan. 6 after the parents of a 12- year-old girl filed a complaint. Davis once was held at the State Training School for Boys at Eldora on a larceny charge. He recently completed a six-month term in the Cerro Gordo County jail for purse- snatching. He also had been convicted three times for disorderly conduct and once each for assault and battery, disturbing the peace and intoxication. He will be taken to the penitentiary Friday by Cerro Gordo County sheriff's office. On fhe Radio Beam FRIDAY NIGHT NETWORK HIGHLIGHTS' CBS--0:13 Edward H. M u r r c w l '7:00 Mr. Keen; 7:110 Arthur Godfrey I ) l ( e i l i X::tO T h a t 1 . K l c h i 0:00 Capital Cloakroom; 0:30 Hobert TrouJ, MBS--7:00 Slarllehl T h e a t e r ) 7:30 Take a Numbers 11:00 Sporti "Teni" 8:15 N e w i r e e l ; 8::tO Have a Heirli 9:00 Frank Edwardsi 0:15 Tut It To P a l i 8:30 Deems Taylor Concert. NBC--7:00 Dinah Shore! 7:15 Songi Wilh S i n a t r a ; 7:30 Hob Hope! H:W Ilarrla F a y o i 8:HO Sivayie N e w * ; X : 1 5 House of Gla"»i 0:00 Fibber Medea and Mollyi 0:1,1 Can You Top Thl»j 0:30 Listen to Waihlngtun. ABC--7:00 Three-City l l y l l n e ; 7:15 S a m m y K a y c i 7::IO Hollywood S l a r w a y i 7:15 Mike M a l l o y i X:00 O«ic and Harriet; H:.!U Hgrklio Hornblower; 9:00 Flghlj. Everywhere You Go THERk S RADl6 ! K G L O Dial 1300 5000 W»tt» KGLO-FM ... 2:45 S» 10:15 P.M. Friday Highlights ,··'(?·.·:."': p..,-*.. .·.Si'-'i'yeld Brick : : and l''riit/u : ' o. Mtrs. bring y-:v i'tft Si'tvEEichl-JJ'.ertiii: battle for iht '_,'..::·:: B Disitict Tournament title. A . . . (8:30 p. m.) Hear the Holy Family-New Hampton Class A District tournament final game sponsored by M. C. Radio. Saturday Highlights Kitchen Klinic . . . (8:30 a. m.).Be tuned to the 'Kitchen Klinic" for helpful hints and news about your kitchen. '.o as much as $2,000 , Dayton, Ohio, ,was quoted by'the nouncing ther'price'' support p ".^.:' Tice ^PPo^s on butterj ,-ire ,ro Daily Mirror as saying she shared gram" and get busy adding *o!j UCefl A !*- *' thc Iowa "''$**¥ a hut with seven GIs.who were grain storage space. dustrj Commission s«,o FYHay. Gillette, who has been an advocate of a flexible price support Mrs. ,Viars, 22, told the Mirror system in the past, said in a speech she lived with the GIs because she that if more storage isn't made had a "crush" on one of~"the air- available farmers may face "dis- men and someone bet her she a s t r o u s 1 y low harvest-period couldn't get away with posing as prices." an airman. ; Gillette said Benson ought lo "She couldn't," the Air Force give "thf; highest priority to secur- spokesman said. "We called the m aut^uate storage, using all the newspaper and told the editor it authority and funds available to never happened--but it was printed him." "If the .secretary will stay home m4 use all efforts to build the necessary storage, he will have no anyway.' Mrs. Viars was quoted as saying: "I was wild and young then. I · o~, »- »*" i.n»u uu wouldn't have the guts to do it trouble, keeping prices up to sup- again." Port levels," he added. F I V E COUNTllJio DES MOINES (UP)--i x Ivn ce-yn- ·? " tifi s were on Fri as not Mrs. Mary Huncke 05' the state . :, . ' . . . , . ------.,,-..- i'na. jvjaiy nuiigde «i me scale and then learned from Durham po- board of social welfars said the ? 5 anothcr aut ° to counties are Bremer, Butler, Fayette, Chickasaw and Cerro Gordo. Frank Barker, coirn.nssion manager, said, the creameries usually have on hand on any given day from 3,000 to 25,000 pounds of butter. The price support will decline from 90 to 80 per cent, or about eight cents per pound. This would indicate- the $240 to $2,000 loss, Barker said. "Thc retailer, the wholesaler, the jobber and everybody else handling the butter isn't going to want a very big inventory on .March 31," he commented. Then he add ed: "The creameries will be the ones to lose. They can't reduce produc- tion'because they are getting milk from producers in an area of 25 to 50 mile radius. And Mrs. Cow isn't going'to quit "giving milk. This is going to be hard on the butter in dustry." As to the future of tha cream Robert Q. . .... (10:00 : a. m.) You'll be de- ightfully entertained for 45 minutes when you hear "The Robert = Lewis Show." Let's Pretend . . {1:00 p. m.) Ery "Let's Pretend" with the story «' a beauti- princess who I; ;a:prisoned, by a wicked witch. Churchill Urges West to Seek More Russian Trade LONDON W ) -- P r i m e Minister Churchill Thursday urged the West to seek more trade with the Soviet Union in an effort to reach "a work-a-day understanding with the Russian people and government." He coupled this with a-call to the democracies to bolster their policy of "peace^hrough strength" by accepting a German military contribution to the deferise of Western Europe. Finally, the 79-y e a r-old Prime Minister---still searching for some way .to resolve East-West tensions --suggested the, major powers hold a diplomatic reserve his proposal] for a private meeting of the world's top leaders/He stressed, however, that it would be extremely dangerous to call such a meeting when there was little chance .of success and vain.' so "use t h i s resource in 'The House of Commons cheered when he said: "Patience a n d pcrsevercnce must never be grudged when the peace of the world is at stake." Churchill expressed 'confidence that the five-power conference in Geneva on April 26 will produce ''fruitful results." VV eries, Barker said "Tiitry probably will cast about to determine whether there are any other prod ucts they might go into advanta geously. A typical creamery the other day voted down going into the sale of whole milk. Where would they sell it? "There is as much criticism in the dairy industry about the way the reduction in.price support will be handled as there is that there will be a reduction., "Creamery, men are of the opin ion that it'would have been better to reduce the * support-gradually rather .than' all at once'. No one would'have been hurt by a gradual reduction." DAY OF PRAYER DES MOINES W-A proclamation designating March 5 as "World Day,, of Prayer" in Iowa was.issued -Thursday by Gov, Wil- ianj S. Beardslcy. f nday P. M. 5:00 5:15 5:30 ft:IA n:00 B-.ll) 6:15 6:30 G;y: : 8;('. ?:'·» 8:30 B:,V 10:00 10:IS 10:30 10:15 11:00 11:05 12:00 1 \S 11: Clear Lake Show Wizard of Odd., Manhattan Soup Curt Mniscy, A l k a - S e l l z e r Lowell Thomas, K»1.f r-WJUr* News. P.O. E. (Mlnihall) Mjjon City Today, Hermaninn Hairy Acrcnn the Footliirhti, Cool Spring Les Paul and Mary Ford ,1-ports and Weather, Motorola' 'TV Rdward R. Murrow, Hamm'i Beer Sheffield-Fertile, Sheffield Brick * T5ie, :Fr»nk/ln Co. JWlrj. Holy F a m i l y - N e w Hampton, M. O. Radio Sports Cam«i», Phllilpi "fffl" Newi Roundup, Globe-r^zett* Family Skeleton, 'font, Sunshine Sue, Corn I'rii; Beulah, General FoodY NCWH, CBS Dance Orchcstis, CBS News, CBS Saturday A.M. Mornli,r Rouscr (Thomp*on News Mikhail) Mnrnlng n .Miser (Thompion) l.el't Ci Vlnlllnj, Allied Mllli Farm Ktpnrler, State Brand News, Mia Continent Yodelln' Tom Musical Clock New«, C a « h w » y Lumber Co. Bult'r-Topp A l m a n a c Keep Time With Damon'* llolium Headline!, Holinm Bread Kitchen K l i n i c , St. Charlei Garden Gate, Ferry Mor»e S«eda Rlhle Rroadcait, Sentman Today In O«a*e, O»»»e Mfrchanl* Galen Drake, CBS Robert Q. Lewis, CBS Hubert O. I.ewlj, Van Camp Rohert O. r.ewlj, Mutual of Omaha Jackie Glcason New*. Campana l, h! V" "f To » Mystery Melody Farm Program Cream of Wh.at 2:15 l!:30 12:45 1:00 J''M 2:00 3:30 4:30 4:45 4:55 Saturday P.M. The Man On (he Street. 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