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August 26, 1952

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2 Aug. U, 1952 M»M* Cllj GUKi-nnitlle, Maton City, It. organization have deep roots. 7t is ;reallyj; representative of I h e farmers and will be a great force in this campaign." Schrarhm said t h a t as national head ol the Republican Farm Council "Harold McKinley is the logical person to head the new campaign group." He added: "Air. McKinley has been the rca! leader of the Farm Council movement from the beginning and the appointment is a nice honor for him in recognition of the place of leadership he has had in Farm Council activities. ;"I am sure that u n d e r him and Anchor-Nelson of Minnesota there wilt be an extensive growth of Farm C o u n c i 1 organizations throughout the f a r m stales." A D L A I I S E N H O W E R DALTON, Gn., UV-Mr. and Mrs. Ben R. Isenhower have christened their newly'born son Adlai Stevenson. Africa is only nine miles from Europe, 21" Is made with (rue Parker precision from lip to clip. Smooth-writing Oc- tanlum point, fast, easy tilling. Slip-on cap. Available in 1 colors. 102 NORTH F E D E R A L McKinley's Appointment Heals Breech By DICK HA8EIN The appointment Tuesday of Si. Ansgnr's Harold I/. M c K i n l c y to ical a National Republican Farm )rj,'ani/.ing Committee heals a jroccli in the parly thai for a t i m e pftiirod dangerous. The breech belonged lo the In- lermosl organization of the party nit for a time it threatened to rupl i;ito the open and cripple the Icpublican effort lo win f a r m e r Kicking in Ihe vital Middle West. The breech was caused by the ippolntmcnt of llobcrl K. Goodwin, owa n a t i o n a l c o r n m l l t e e m a n , as director of the GOP f a r m campaign. The appointment, made by A r t h u r K. Summcrfleld apparently without consulting anyone really prominent n Iowa R e p u b l i c a n circles, touched iff violent reaction p a r t i c u l a r l y inrionjj lowans who had favored Discnhnwer over Taft at the GOP lationa! convention. S u m m e r f i c l d , Ihc n a t i o n a l chair- n a n , and Elsenhower's ticadquar- crs wore besieged with indignant ncxsagcs f r o m Iowa leaders and Icpuhlicans from m a n y utatfts who itui been aclivc in organizing Ibo Farm Council, a group composed ot farmers t h a i , was i n s t r u m e n t a l n d r a f t i n g the party's f a r m plank. The central a r g u m e n t against oodwin wns that ho supported a f t ' at the n a t i o n a l convention ind the day before Tkc was nomi- n a t e d , it was charged, inferred that he general was favored by Wall Street and the I n t e r n a t i o n a l bankers, lown delegates to the convcn- ion who .favored Ike- said Goodwin TODAY! at CARD MART 333 So. F.d.r»I WocW'i Only PM With NO-SMEAR NO-SMUDGE PERMA-SET INK! ind given (horn "every tndirnfio'n" ic, too, would vole for Ihe general. After he did the opposite, charges f doublecross were hurled and not too quietly at that. McKlriley's appointment means indoubled/y that the Farm Council men will be the real directors of the GO!' f a r m drive. Although Goodwin r e m a i n s as t i t u l a r head of the farm campaign, his decisions undoubtedly w i l l h a v e t o clear with the McKinlcy group. H seems certain that both sidex now will try to work together but the division of authority is plain. Original supporters of Eisen- lower in Iowa may claim a victory for their wing of the party and in a sense it i.s that. However, m a n y 'I'aft supporters were of the opln- on that McKinley should head the f a r m drive, M c K i n l c y h i m s e l f , it has been 'earned., did not suggest t h a t . Hut because he belonged to the Eisenhower wing of the party the Goodwin appointment could not have helped but anger h i m , too. The M c K i n l e y a p p o i n t m e n t was widely hailed across Iowa Tuesday as correct and proper. Breathing a sigh of relief over an embarrassing s i t u a t i o n n e a t l y avoided, Ke- lublkari lenders now could look Lo the campaign ahead. Perhaps the most serious out- growlh of Ihe bickering over Goodwin is t h a t plans for the farm campaign have d e l a y e d , perhaps seriously. On the other side is the fact that Summerfield's appointment helped touch off a reorganisation ot Ike's entire organization. A four-member super strategy commillec has been set up lo avoid, il is hoped, repeal performances of the one like Summerfield's. Jelke Pleads Innocent to Vice Charges N E W Y O R K Itf) -- Minol F . (Mickey) Jclkc, heir lo margarine millions, has pleaded Innocent to an indictment chnrging he forced two pretty models into prostitution and accepted money from one. The 22-year-old socially-rcgis tercel playboy, if convicted on all counts against h i m , would face a possible 16 lo 131 years in prison tind a $31,000 fine. Grand jury aelion against .lelkc and Ihrco others wns t a k e n Monday in the cnfc society vice probe o f reportedly $500-a-night c a l l girls, Officials snid the Invcstiga- libii was continuing. One of those accused with Jclke pleaded guilty to n charge thai he received prostitution earnings. He is 30-year-old movie bit-part nclor Kichnrd Wallace, also known as I t l c h a r d Short. Sentencing was set for Sept. !). SEOUL RECONSTRUCTION HiEGINS--Massed residents of Seoul dijr into rabble'as'a concerted move k'cts u n d e r way to begin reconstruction of the war-shattered South Korean capital. A drive to rebuild the city was initiated by President Syngman Rhee who said the Korean people can and w i l l ' f u r n i s h the labor but will need f i n a n c i a l assistance. Longer 1952 Duck Season WASHINGTON UP--Secretary of Interior Oscar L. C h a p m a n Tuesday issued 1952-53 duck and other waterfowl shooting regulations giv ing hunters throughout the nation 10 more shooting days than last season, . The season opens In Iowa Oct. 8 and closes Dec. J. He said Ihe lengthened season is due to improved conditions on the northern breeding grounds of wild duck.s, gccsc and other birds. Mississippi Flying states will h a v e a 55-day open season with no state electing a split season. 13ng and possession l i m i t s for d u c k s r e m a i n the s:ime as last yea r. D a l l y shooting hours will be from fl hnlf hour before sunrise to one hour before sunset--the sa,me as last yc.'ir. On the opening day, hunting begins at noon in 11 slates except Wisconsin where shooting will begin at I p.m. Following are the regain lions for flyways in the midwest area: Mississippi F l y w a y Daily bag limits--Ducks, four. Bag or possession l i m i t may in elude one wood duck only. Daily bag for American and red-breasted mergansers is 25 singly or in the aggregate oC both kinds; no possession l i m i t a f t e r the opening day. Geese, five, including not more t h a n two Canada geese or its subspecies and one white-fronted goose; coot, 10, and woodcock four. Possession limits--Ducks, eight; geese five; coot 10, woodcock eight. Decorah Educator Succumbs to Polio DECORA!!--Norman Senjen, 38, Latin and history teacher at the Decorah High School for the past six and one-half years, died Monday n i g h t at St. Mary's Hospital at Rochester, Minn., a victim of bid- bar polio. He became sick Friday and was taken to the Decorah Hospital Saturday afternoon where polio was diagnosed. Senjen leaves a wife and two children. This was the sixlh polio case in Winneshiek Counly, the third in Decoi'ah. K O R E A N V E T S WASHINGTON Wr--The Veterans Administration reported Tuesday t h a t the n u m b e r of veterans with service since the start of the Korean War reached 1,021,000 on July 31. Youth Credited With Saying Life of Herbert Hoover BISHOP, Calif. UP--A vacation ing youth was praised Tuesday fo saving Herbert Hoover's life b; smashing his way into a burning cabin and waking the former Pres iclcnt minutes before flames de stroycd the building. Witnesses reported t h a t only Ihi quick work of Bill Jenncy, 21, Lo Angeles, Calif., saved the 78-year old ex-President and four friend, from being trapped in their Silvc Lake mountain lodge, about 6( miles north pf this High Sierra c o m m u n i t y . Mr. Hoover was spending a brie fishing vacation as a guest of Nat Milnor, wealthy Los Angeles im porter, when, flames enveloped the lodge Sunday night. Mr. Hoover and the others al ready had retired for the nigh when the fire broke out. Jcnney however, saw the flames from hi cabin, a few hundred yards away .The youth rushed to the Milno cabin, broke a screen door to gc in and awakened Air. Hoover, Mil nor, Mrs. Milnor, Albert C. Mallei president of Ihe Honolulu Oil Corp of San Francisco, and a Houscboy fceUeve iCsigns ? T HERE are n lot of signs to 'guide you to the best buy in automobiles. Popularity is a 'good sign. It means that n. lot of people have tried a car and found it good. So it's important to know that Buick is today--nnd has been since 1938- th e most popular car outside the 'Mow-priced three." Room, comfort, power, ride are good signs. So it's important to know that you can pay hundreds of dollars more and not beat the room and comfort you get in a Buick SPECIAL. Nor, at the price, can you match its power. And only Buick gives you a real million dollar ride. Doesn't nil this give you a hint? Doesn't it suggest that you ought to try out a Buick--sample its Fireball 8 Engine--find out how it takes you over the road--feel the sure control that is yours on curves --discover its "big car" room and smoothness? Do that-and look at the dollars on the price tag--and we know what you'll find out: If you can afford a new car, you can own a Buick--and boy, what fun that wilt be! Equipment, accessories, trim and models are subject to change without notice. Sure is true for'52 When fcefter automobiles are built BUICK wilt build them tf§ North Federal BIRUM-OLSON CO. Mason City, Iowa Phone 287 Iowa Lassies Say Goodby to Scotland, Boy Friends LONDON LP--The University of* owa girl bagpipers arrived here omeward bound from Scotland ^ue'sday and packed a w a y in their for uggagc w e r e » t h e i r kilts, tartan unics and a lot of Scottish hearts. The 59 co-eds from the Corn Belt ame rolling into London at day- reak and left for Southampton in rain coaches labelled: "Scottish lighlanders, Iowa party." They sail Tuesday night lontrcal on the Arosa Kuim. About 200 Scots gave the girls a ;end off at Edinburgh Monday light. "And 190 of them were boy riends," reported Bill Adamson, Jrector of the band. Back in their college duds after two-week tour of Scotland, the ;irls were a bit sleepy-eyed at Condon's Waterloo Station, but still lubbling.' The blond drum majorette of the iighlanders, 21-year-old Mary "Lou rtortensen, DCS Moines, summed ip for the girls by declaring: "Scotland was thrilling and won- lerful and we're all spoiled rot- en." The girls think that Scotsmen are not at all "Scotch" and can tve American men a run for their money any day. "They sure are good looking in heir kilts," Joan Ewers, 18, Iowa ^ity, said. "And I love the way they talk, chimed in Ann Spinharney, 19, hcrokee. Barbara Hope Bacon, 19, Du- niquc, said: "We like Scotland etter t h a n any place we've been ind we'd like to go back." ALY TO PARIS NEW YORK UP) -- P r i n c e Aly ·Chan was flying back to Paris Tuesday, Keeping lo himself his thoughts about a reconciliation with his estranged wife, Actress Rita Hayworth. During a three- week visit in the United States he spent some time with Miss Hayworth and their daughter. On the Radio Beam T U E S D A V N f G H T N E T W O H K H I G H L I G H T S AUC--7:00 N e w s U n i i T h e a t e r ! 1:ai Met A u d i t i o n s o f Hie A i r ) X:W T o w n M e e t i n g ; K : » 5 V l e i v s of t h e N e w n i !l:00 V i e w s of Tomorrow; i:30 l)ream H a r b o r . CBS--8: (5 K d w a r d K. Murron'i 7:00 Tenpie Ar« Funny; T:'.i(t Sir. and Mrs. N o r t h ; 8:01) M f e With - L u l g l i «::to l.niiella 1'arsons; K::i5 Steve A l l e n Show; ami) Hob Treat, News. N15C--7;l0 C a v a l c a d e of A m e r l c i ; 7:31) B i r r l e Crilj; 8:01) I!ob Hope; K-.3UI F l h b e r J I c G e e a n d M o l l y ; 0:00 What's My L i n e . MBS--7:00 The HUck M u s e u m ] 7;3fi Tno- t o r K i l d a r e l K:0(l O f f i c i a l D e t e c t i v e ) K::lO M y s t e r i o u s T r a v e l e r ; D:0f) Frank E i l w a r c l x . (F.M On Air 3 p.m. lo 10:13 p.m.) Jet in Round Trip Crossing of Atlantic A L D E R G R O V E , North Ireland UP--A British Canberra jet, the world's fastest bomber, telescoped line and space Tuesday and made a record round-trip crossing of the Atlantic between sunrise and sunset. The Canberra sped from Alder- grove to Gander, Newfoundland, and back in a total unofficial elapsed t i m e of 10 hours and 2 minutes--4 hours 33 minutes for the casl-wesl crossing, 3 hours 29 m i n - utes for the trip back and two iiours for lunch in Gander. War Heroes Three British war heroes became the first men to fly across the Atlantic both ways in a single day. The round-lrip flighl look less time lhan a commercial airliner requires normally lo fly one way across the Atlantic. The Canberra, whose top speed is belter lhan GOO miles per hour, [ailed by less lhan 15 minulcs lo break the record for Ihc cast-west trans-Atlantic run which another Canberra recorded last year in 4 hours, 18 minutes, 24.4 seconds. Easy R e c o r d But Ihe trip back was an easy west-east record since there was no previous official record for the Gander-North Ireland run. The sun had been up for 16 minutes when the three men climbed aboard the j e t ' a n d ' s e t it howling over the mist-covered Irish hills, Ihcn weslward over Ihe ocean. Mystery . (7:30 p. m.) Its' mystery and mirth as "Mr. and Mrs. North" nvestigate the case of "The Deady Doll" on their Colgate show. ftumor . . (8:00 p. in.) .1. Carroll Naish stars as the humorous, hcart- v a r m i n g i m m i g r a n t to Iho U. S, in he newly-returned "Life with LAiigi," sponsored by Wrigley. Mews . . (8:30 p. m.) Louella Parsons, vith latest reports on doings in the world's film capital, returns to her show tonight, for Colgate. Beulah . (10:30 .p. m.) "Beulah" is )ack on the air with all her friends :very week clay evening for Proc- .er.and Gamble. [ntervlews . . ( 1 2 : 0 0 ) . Each noon you'll icar interviews with your friends as ",Thc Man on the Street" talks with, them on the corncr-of State and Federal, sponsored uy Frit- chards. Tuesday P. M. H. L. Schultz, Once Belmond Druggist, Dies BELMOND--Funeral services for H e r m a n L. Schullz, 71, retired Belmond druggist, will be held at 1:30 p.m. Thursday al the Congregational Church. lie died here early Tuesday. The Boonc Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. A native of Acklcy tic was graduated from Drake University school of p h a r m a c y in 1902. He moved to Belmond in 1904, entering in partnership in the d r u g business with J a m e s Kenncfick. After a year he bought out Kenncfick. At the time of his retirement .Ian. 1, 1950, he was the second oldest businessman in Belmond. He sold his business to D. J. Nolan o! Fort Dodge. Mr. Schultz served on the Bel niond . school board for 12 years was a member of the Masonic lodge and a Shriner. Survivors are the widow, Mil dred, a son H e r m a n Jr., of Cedar R a p i d s , a grandson, and two broth ers, Albert of Fort Dodge and Hen ry of Boonc. Former North lowan Succumbs in Arizona ALLISON--William Q. Yost, 78 former teacher at Bristow nnd in the rural schools of Butler County, died Monday at Phoenix, Ariz., following a stroke. Mr. Yost was born in Butler County and moved to Grand Rapids, Minn., some 50 years ago. He spent the winters in Phoenix, Survivors include the widow, a daughter, Helen, of Phoenix; two brothers, Edwin of Clarksville and Charles of Bristow, and three sisters, Mrs. E. K. Knoll, Cedar Falls; Mrs. Hugh L. Mosher, Allison, and Mrs. Lela Ludcmann, Mason City. 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The Morninff nnuscr News (Tenney) The Morning Rouser F o s h i l l S e r e n a d e , F o x h l l t Fcc|]» F a r m l i c p o r t e r , State Brand News ( T u n n c y t .lolinny I.ee Wills, General J l l l l E M u s i c a l Clock N e w s , C a s h w a y I , u m b c r C h e c k e r h o a r d A l m a n a c , P u r i n a K e e p T i m e Wltli D a m o n * I l o l s i i m H e a d l l n r s , I l n l s u m Ilrrad Y e s t e r d a y ' s M u s i c . Cool Sprinjr M y s t e r y Melody, M.C. M e r r h a n t s Bible B r o a d c a s t , R a d i o C h a p e l T n d a y In Osaj;e. Osajte M e r c h a n t s K i t c h e n Club. T i d y H o u s e TrortucU N e w s D l R r M . .lacnb E. D e c k e r H a c k to School, J I . C . M e r c h a n t s G r n n d S l a m . W o n d e r Bread. C B S I t n m e Town N e w s . S i d l e s W e n d y Warren. G e n e r a l Foods. CBS DOUR S h r r w i n Show. B t i r d e n ' s H e l e n T r e n t . A m . H o m e Products Our Gal Sunday, Am. 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