The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on August 26, 1952 · Page 9
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August 26, 1952

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 9

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Swimming Pool Won't Be Ready for Vote in Nov. 4 Election Mason Cityans will not have an ~ opportunity in the Nov. 4 general saicl Tuesday that architect's draw" ""''on to decide whether they ings of the proposed swimming pool r^-rt^'sstigr^ r:,T "^ as *· \\ithout the drawings, it would be impossible to estimate the cost and float the bond issue. Ciough said he had no idea when a special election will be called on the swimming pool. It would be built in the old quarry at 4th and Carolina N. E. Nevertheless, there will be two important local issues on which city voters will vote Nov. 4. They are whether councilmen's terms should be four years instead of the present two and if a north fire station should be built at an estimated cost of ?100,000. Viewed as a Must The proposed northside fire station, to be built s i m i l a r to the soifth station, is viewed as a must by city officials. The station has been recommended by the state board of underwriters. Additionally, Fire Chief Boytl Arnold points out that even in a medium-sized blaze most of the city's fire-fighting equipment goes into service. He fears that if a serious fire struck simultaneously with just one smaller blaze in another part of town, there would be serious trouble. The new station would provide space not only to keep an add! impossible to ready the swimming pool proposal for bond election by that date. A special bond election can be held within 30 clays after notice is published. But to he voted on in a general election it must be prepared 70 days in advance so il can be put on the ballot for mailing to absentee voters and servicemen. Ballots will be mailed Sept. 9. The idea was to hold the swimming pool election Nov. 4 with the hope that with ( a big turnout of voters the issue' would have a bet- of passing, it was ter chance learned. City Attorney Ray E. Ciough AUTHORIZED fllaqtaq Sales Service ' PHQNE 162 Home Appliance Co. 20 Second St. N. E. tional fire truck but give added protection to north Mason City. Staggtrid Terms The four-year terrii for councilmen would go into effect after the terms of the present council expire Dec. 31, 1953. Half of. the new council would be elected the first time for two years and half for four. Thereafter, all terms would be for four years. The system would stagger terms so that half the council would be up for election every two years. The four-year term was provided for by the 1951 legislature with the thought that it is difficult for a council to enact an effective program if terms are limited to two years. City officials here say that it takes a councilman two years to learn his job. Under the four-year system, at least half the council would be veterans at the job. DIES IN ILLINOIS MANLY -- W o ' r d was received here Monday of the death of Mrs. John Cull of Galena, 111. For several years, the Calls operated the Midway Hotel here. Mr. Call dice: several years ago. Nigeria has been producing 99 per cent of the Western world'; supply of colombium, the meta used for jet engine alloys. K NOW.,.,. FOR SCHOOL OR COLLEGE EVERSHARP World's only p«n with no- smaatt, no-smudge, perma- sof ink I Won't leak, streak, imcor. Won't transfer. Dries Instantly. Stay.; puf permanentlyl New Blue pcritia-sot ink, Permanent an paper . , , washes off hands and clothes! \ * N A ' \ X ^s. EVERSHARP ·k Extra'large ink c a p a c i t y . . . just flip tho lever - pen's brifn full,·" : ' · * P r e c i o u s IrJdtum-tip point i n s u r e s s m o o t h , e f f o r t l e s s writing. ~k Choice of colors. \ if Matching Eversharp pencil. Pen Alone $2.50 F E i° Gtte ite Ten riGttes we. Most.. Cerro Gordo Teachers to Meet Friday PROF. WILLIS E. DUGAN Teachers from Cerro Gordo 'outity rural schools am! from llenr Lake, Ventura, Rockwell, Plymouth, Thornton, Swiiletlnle and Uock Falls will ;it- Icwl iht; annual "Improvcnicnl of Instruction Day" at the Clear Lako High School Friday, Willis E. Dugnii, professor of education at the University ot M i n - nesota, will, address the meeting which is sponsored joinlly by Hazel V. ChnppeH, Cerro Gordo County superintendent of schools; the Iowa Department of Public Instruct ion, the Cerro Gordo Superintendents Clubs and the Clear Lake Public School. Registration is set for 8:30 o'clock with a general assembly slated for 9 o'clock at which time Professor giia will m a k e the keynote address: ''The Kola of Guidance Services in Achieving Educational Goals," The secondary and elementary teachers will intend special f o r u m s dealing w i t h "Guidance," the theme of the meeting. Both morning and afternoon sessions arc scheduled, The afternoon sessions will gel under way at 1:15 o'clock. A re'port on the highlights and recommendations of the meetings, together with a movie, "Guidance," will wind up the day's pro- g r a m . Hoveland Is Charged With Drunk Driving Melvin N, Hovcland, 34, 310 M a d - ison N.W , is at liberty on $325 bond after being bound to t h e grand jury on a charge of drunk driving. Police Judge U. R, Dunn said Hovcland was brought to his office Monday find charged by U\o Iowa Highway Patrol, Patrolmen arrested Hovcinml in Ma son City Saturday. They snid 11 blood test showed he was intoxicated. DIES IN KANSAS SP1LLV1L.U2--Word reached rel a lives hero of the death of Joseph Mnhovoc. 75, who died Aug. 16 at Marion, Kan. Mr. Mnhovec was the husband o f K a l h r y n S w c h l a , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Swchla, former residents of. Spill y i l l e . Garner High School Class Holds Reunion Aug. U, 1952 · 9 Ma.on flljr Glnbr-Giielie, M«ion Cltj, U. -- Fourteen members of ,he Gurucr High School class of 1337 met at Stale Park in Clear Nnke with their families, now numbering (JO people, to attend a reunion. The group enjoyed a potluck :linner at noon. __ .. Greetings lo the old grads were read from ,T. 11. Mouncc, superintendent of the Clinton schools, former superintendent here; Lolta Englc, former commercial teacher of the class and Theonc Kirby of Sioux City. The committee arranging the program was Mrs. Norman J u h l oC Garner, Mrs. .lack Dominic of C l e a r L a k e , a n d Mrs. John Schnackenbcgg of Irvington. The reunion is an annual event and will be hold a g a i n next year on the fourth Sunday in August with he following committee in: charge )f nrrangemcnls: Mrs. Richard ISrouwer, Mrs. Ed Malek, Joba Schroeder and Curtis Halvcrson. v^ f''/ ','- Sie/urica TVWtoal a : "ttote. 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