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2 Aug. 27, 1952 Mai*テつォ CHr O I o b f - G i i f U f , Maion Clly, la. didatcs ifpr the presidency will not diminish my warm respect for his military achievements. Nor will that 'respect keep me from using every honest effort to defeat him in November." Pr*lsテつォf Legion Stevenson praised Ihe Legion for its fight to awaken America to the need of military preparedness-and he said this 'fight largely is won. Bui he warned there are other tasks we dare not neglect. "It is our high task," he said, "to use our power with n sure hand and a steady touch--with the self restraint that goes with confident strength. The purpose of our power must never bo lost in the fact of our power--and the purpose, I t a k e it, is the promotion of freedom, justice and peace in the world." Preserve Tactics And then t u r n i n g to the theme of patriotism, Stevenson brought up the subject of pressure tactics. He said: "Consider the groups who seek to identify their special Interests with the general welfare. I find it sobering to think t h a t their pressures might one day be focused on me. "1 have resisted them before and f hope t h e ' A l m i g h t y will Kivc roe Ihc strength to do so again. And I should toll you now, as I would tell all other organized groups, that I intend to resist pressures from veterans, too, if I .think their demands arc excessive or in conflict with the public interest, which must always be the paramount interest." Metals Off Critical List WASHINGTON Ml -- Thn government look copper and a l u m i n u m off its critical list Wednesday and indicated an improving metal supply situation may pcrmil a big boost in military and c i v i l i a n pro duclioii next year. The Defense Production A d m i n - istration forecast a better supply of steel, copper and a l u m i n u m in early 105,1. The N a t i o n a l Produclion Authority told the construction industry Tuesday it can expect consider- a b l y greater quantities of materials by next A p r i l , or perhaps as early as next .Jan. 1 for private building- A two-year ban on b u i l d i n g such r e c r e a t i o n a l facilities a s r a c e (racks, [tool balls, ball parks and swimming pools also will be lifted next April, or possibly earlier, the N P A said. Soys Iowa Can Count on Visit by Stevenson DBS MOINES M-- Jowans definitely can count on a c a m p a i g n visit from CJov, Adlai K. Stevenson, slate Democratic C h a i r m a n Jake More said Wednesday. The Democratic nominee's tentative p l a n for a m a j o r f a r m policy addrcsR at A m e s on Sept. 0 was cancelled Tuscday night when he decided to appear t h a t date al he National Plowing M a t c h at (asson, M i n n . More said Stevenson's head- lUiirters 'gave definite assurance hat the Illinois governor would appear in Iowa prior to the November election. Time and place are as yet undecided. ijour promiAe to lier with a fine f^itatitii cliamona Her Jiitmoml 'tit an i m p r t r U n t purc)iaie. ll'テつサ no t i m e lo (iiuc ctiJiricci. The m*n テつキwho led llic p r i c e .ippcal of L l i e Inferior !iテつォmom! twny It'll licllcr juItf- m e n l ii I'otiiul lo be l o r r y l a i e r , Tlie w a y l o l a v e m o n e y a n a A v o i d w o r r y later It lo gel llio Allured q u a l i t y anil l i n e -value o f f e r e d yon in our G e n u i n e Orange Dloiiom rinjji, WATCHES Convenient Term* DIAMONDS 17 Ent SUte Street Worth County Pioneer Dies LAKE MIT,LS -- Miss J o h a n n a field, B2, Worth County pioneer, ,vho came lo this c o m m u n i t y by covered wagon 75 years ago, died Wednesdny morning at the Muni cipnl hospital テつォt Forest City where she was t a k e n Friday with a brok- n hip. Funeral services were incomplete Wednesday, but w i l l be held at the Beaver Creek L u t h e r a n hurch at Jolcc with the Rev. Loren Spai.rklinji o f f i c i a t i n g . Miss Field was born In Dunn b o u n t y , Wis., daughter of Die S. and Kay Field. She was one ol line children. Her father l i v e d to be 91, She had lived in Lake Mills since 1011, and prior to that on a f a r m south of Joice. Survivors Include two brothers, M u r t i n of Forest City, and Sever of Lnkc Mills. RADIO SCHEDULES "MOMENTS ON THE MOUNT" Conducted by , REV. ANTON CEDARHOLM Mon. thru Sat. 6:30 -- 7:00 A. M. Sunday at 7:30 A. M. Cテつサn bt heard on lhtiテつォ itaHoni: KATE - Albテつォrt Ltテつォ 1450 KIOA - Dテつォi Moln.i 940 KTOE - Mテつサnkテつサto 1410 Notables at Manly 3-Day Celebration MANLY--The three-day cclcbra- ion commemorating the 75th anniversary of M a n l y which ended rVednesday drew one of the largest テつキrowds t h a t ever visited the town. テつキ1any former residents who had lot been here for 30 years or more- were present, Tuesday was the banner day with an estimated 3,000. The pro- ram was sponsored by the Amcr- can Legion of which Bob Strand s commander. In his absence W. 3. .Connors acted as chairman. Parade Colorful Colorful floats marked the big aradc Tuesday. Historical displays were shown in every business place in town. Some of the relics displayed dated back 175 years. The oldest was a tea set owned by Cora and M a u d i o Schlottcrback d i s p l a y e d in the Cheney h a r d w a r e store window. Eighty-nine plalcs were laid for .he dinper to persons who had re sided in the community for GO years or more. An address was given by Atty L. T. Bos worth. Mrs. Carrie Knowlcs was .hon ored with a bouquet of gladioli for i n v i n g lived the longest period in M a n l y , 88 years. Sen, Leo Elthon, llcpublican can- .lidatc for l i e u t e n a n t governor, ;ave an address at the Cily Park Tuesday. Jlcrschel {,'. Loveless, 3Uumw:i, Democratic c a n d i d a t e for governor, addressed a group al the City Park Wednesday. P r i z e s for Floats Bands from Kcnsctt and Manly 'urnished music for the parade. The Amvcts won first prize for the most patriotic float; the Lions "lub for a civic demonstration, Laird Moore for riding the oldest vehicle, a high wheeled bicycle, the Dew Drops for a novelty float and Art Bidz for Ihe business division Other winners were Boy Scouts Bethel Evangelical U. B. Church Roy Stratlor with ponies/Carl Tess man with covered wagon, Fullerton Lumber Company, Legion girls Junior Chamber, Dave Roberts, Sunset I n n , Cub Scouts, Study Cli|b, Walt Benjegcrdes, Troe Bros., Joe Hovel, fire department, Roger Olson, Leonard Reindl and Saddle Club. Seventh Polio Victim Listed in Winneshiek T) ECO R A H -- Cynthia T. Josson, 11 months old daughter o f ' M r . ant Mrs. Lawrence Jossen, was taker to a Rochester, Minn., hospita with polio M o n d a y . There waテつォ. some paralysis in the left arm, but her condition was described as satisfactory. It was the seventh polio case in Winneshiek County, the fourth for Decornh. 1! AP Wirephuto TUG K I C K FOR EVERYBODY--New Yorkers got a big kick out of Connie Howden's bip kick d u r i n g the jriant American Legion parade up Fifth Avenue Tuesday. Connie is from Oconomowoc, VVLs. The most famous marcher in the same parade was CJen. Dwight D. Eisenhower who led the Kansas delegation. Hog Ban in Iowa Lifted WASHINGTON i/R--The . Agriculture Department Wednesday lifted the q u a r a n t i n e against the swine disease vesicular e x a n t h e m a in parts of three states. テつキ The q u a r a n t i n e was lifted in Woodbury County, Iowa; Geary County, Kansas,- and Sioux Falls township in Minnehaha County, South Dakota, except for p a r t of the township cast of U.S. Highway 77 and north of U.S. Highway 16. Removal of the quarantine in Woodbury County, .Iowa,'lists that slate as free from the disease which is somewhat similar to foot and mouth disease of. caltle and other animals. Charles City Man Wounded in Korea CHARLES CITY--Pfp. Duane F. f f a r t m a n of 'Charles .City was wounded in action in Korea according to ^ announcement'-virnade Wednesday by the' Department of Defense at Washington. His wife lives at 1207 Gilbert Street, Charles City. He served with the Marines. Little Loot in Burglaries at Lone Rock LONE ROCK--Three local busi ness places were entered by bur glars sometime during the night but they got litlle loot for thei trouble. They entered the Kossuth Counlj sheds which house Ihc highway ve hiclcs and equipmenl by breaking a window. All they got there wa an undetermined quantity of gaso line. At the Fred Flaig garage en trance was gained by breaking a window pane in the door. They went through the cash register safe and files but nothing was re ported missing. At the Kossuth County mcnt Company the burglars forccc an entrance through the rear door broke open the cash register am opened the safe but got nothing. The burglaries were discoverec by W. D. Flaig Wednesday morn ing. Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst o Algoha investigated. UN Bombers Rip Reds on Bunker Hill SEOUL, Korea ( U P ) -- United ations fighter-bombers staged an ttack in force on Communist ositions in Ihc Bunker Hill area Wednesday, pouring a deadly rain f bombs, bullets and napalm on ie groggy Reds. F-84 Thunderjets, Shooting Stars nd F-5L Mustangs took advantage [ clearing weather lo launch the rst full-scale air operation by the .h Air Force in five days.' Fighter-bombers from four wings oncentrated their attacks on the Vestern Front, paying particular ttcnlion to the Bunker Hill area, ve miles east of P a n m u n j o m . Allied pilots claimed they de- troyed or damaged 19 Red front- nc bunkers, one mortar position, ne artillery position, two automatic weapons and 16 troop hellers. In addition, they claimed 6 enemy casualties. Although other fighter-bombers anged less than 40 miles south of ie Yalu River for attacks on led supply and troop targets rotecting F-86 Sabrejcts saw no Communist M1G-15 jets. It was iie fifth straight day no MIGs vere sighted. Early Wednesday,' seven Okin- wa-based Superfortresses braved lormy skies and radar-controlled nti-aircraft fire to blast a 110- cre supply and slorage area at 'yongyang, North Korean capital. Truce Negotiations Recessed for Week PANMUNJOM, Korea (UP}^ 'nice negotiations were recessed Wednesday for the fifth consecutive veek after the Communists demanded t h a t the United Nations top "persecuting" and "slaughter- ng" prisoners of war. The Reds opened a 33-mimite nice ..session by handing the U.N. i statement demanding a "respon- ;iblc accounting f o r ' t h e numerous laughters of prisoners in the last." As North 'Korean Gen, Nam II vas handing over the statement, he U.N. disclosed that five Com- TUinistt prisoners were killed and 1 wounded in a rash of prison :amp incidents between. Aug. 11 ind 24. ADLAI 1SENHOWER DALTON, Ga., (/Ft--Mr. and Mrs Ben R. Iscnhower have christenec their newly-born son Adlai Steven son. for'titan ew/ff ocfc/ref Now you got higher octane phis Red Crown'sf famous premium volatility at regular price./ Makes the old family bus feel as lively as this A?iimobilc. It's the KING-SIZE GAS BUY), STANDARD G A S O rown- tie wtfesfffOw L I N E ^"^テつサテつォテつォiテつサ^-- ^ ^ ^ - : Accused Embezzler Freed on Bond DES MOINES (M--Mrs. Francis S t r a u s b a u g h , 31-year-old D e s Motnes cashier'accused of embezzling $16,305 of funds from Beits Cadillac Olds Company, was free Wednesday on $5,000 bond. Mrs. Strausbaugh a World War I I widow, Tuesday a f t e r n o o n pleaded innocent when arraigned before Municipal Judge Harry B. Grund. The woma i was arrested Monday night at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Day. On the Radio Beam W E D N E S D A Y NIGHT NETWOKK HIGH LI (JUTS ABC--B:!iO I.onc Rintrcri 1:00 Mriler^ T h e a t e r ] 7:30 The Trip G u j i 8:00 Kojue'j G a l l e r y i 8:30 Mr. President! , fl:UO N e w s oT Tomorrow, d:JS Dream Harbor. -. CBS--8:1* Eilward H. M u r r o w i 7:00 Thテつォ ' Blr Town; 7:30 Dr. C h r i s t i a n ; 8:00 Jolirmy DoIIir; 8:30 Steve Alleni 9:00 F l テつサ h l s . NBC--7:00 H i l l * of I v y ; 7:30 G l l d e r i l e e v o j テつォ:0) Vim net Your Life; 8:40 Thテつサ H i t Story; 11:0(1 Ilarrle Cralr., J n . s p e c t e r ; !):.'iO Mereilllh Wilson. Ward R. Smiley Rites Are Held at Lake Church CLEAR LAKE--Funeral services for Ward R. Smiley, 55, 714 N. llth St., who died Saturday evening, vcre held nt the Jlethodist Church J'ucsdny afternoon. The Rev. W. M. Hubbard, pastor, conducted the rites and burial was in Clear Lake Cemetery. Wilcox Funeral Chapel vas in charge. Pallbearers were Glenn Franks . E. Punke, D. V. Garrison, Eugene Harris, L. D. Mead and Marvin Smit. Mmes. A. G. Jordan anc Trank Murphy and Miss Hilda Pe crson arranged the [lowers. A. B. Engcn sang, accompanied at the organ by Mrs. Willis Miller. Military honors at the graveside were given by a detail of ex-service men in charge oE Forde Lee who Dresentcd the casket-flag to Mrs Smiley. Harold Thompson, L. E Ashland, G. W.' Atkins and L. G, Stunkard were the color guards and Syd Thompson, James Conne)] lohn W. (Joe) Jensen, Glenn Bates and L. W. Rickard were the firing squad. Allan Kelly Avas bugler. Relatives present from away in chicled Mmes. George Beck and Tim Goodwin, Burlington; Mrs Sue! Carnes, Mr. .and Mrs. George Uigham and daughter, Mrs. Edna Malley and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mar tin. Monmouth, III.; Mr. and Mrs J. F. Higham and Rosemary, Mar shalltown, and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Malley and daughters, Bartlcs ville, Okia. The Malleys, who hac b e e n . h e r e since Aug. 11, left fo home Wednesday morning. Fellow teachers of Mrs. Smilcj at Central Heights school and oth cr friends served lunch at IOOF Hall after the services. Mrs. Rus sell Roberts was c h a i r m a n of the Rcbckah Lodge committee serving dinner. CFM On Air 3 p.m. to 10:15 p.m.) Job Crosby . .'. (6:30 p.m.) Bob Crosby, or- hestrai and guest stars provide a ollicking 15 minutes of song on Club 15," Campbell's show. individualist . . . (7:30 p.m.) Meet a girl' at ,'ar with the Army, the Navy, and ie UN on the Dr. Christian d r a m a , A R u g g e d Individualist," f o r 'hcscbrough. O'Brien . . . (8:00 p.m.) Edmund O'Brien lays the title role, the dynamic in- urance investigator-, on Wrigley's hrilling, "Yours Truly, Johnny )ollar." Sports . . . (10:15 p.m.) B u d ' S u t . e r ocuses the "Sports Camera" on all tie latest events in the -world of ports, presented by . t h e Globe- "azcttc. True Life . . . (11:45 a.m.) "Our Gal Sun- lay" dramatizes episodes in the ives of Lord and Lady Brenthrop ach week day 'morning, for Amer- can Home Products. Wednesday P.M. H. T. Christensen Called to Waterloo by Father's Death CLEAR LAKE--Mr. and Mrs. H T. Christensen, 30!) 5th Ave. S. were called, to Rochester, Minn. Tuesday by the serious condition of the former's father, Marius C Christensen, 72, Waterloo, who diet before they arrived.A blood clo is believed lo have been the caus of death. Funeral services will be held a the Masonic Temple in Waterlo Friday aflcrnoor. with burial in Ih cemetery at Cedar Falls. Mr Christensen was a m e m b e r - o f th Masonic Lodge, Shrine, Order o Eastern Star and White Shrine. H was a 32nd degree Mason and sec rotary of the High Twelve Club i Waterloo. Besides his son in Clear Lak Mr. Christensen is survived by hi wife; a son, Harold, Pomona Calif., and two daughters, Mrs Henry Juncker, New York City and Mrs. D. S. Wcddle, Fresno Calif., and a n u m b e r ' of grand children. .1:00 5: IS S::!l 0:00 SMS li::i() f : 15 7:1/0 7 : M H:00 8:30 fl:0テつォ 9:OS {:(X .1:05 0 : 1 5 0:30 0:45 rO:50 fl:;5 11:00 11:05 12:00 12:1.-. 1:00 1:15 I:.W 1:1.1 'i-.nn 2 MS 2::io 2:1.1 3:00 4:.10 t : t r 5:IK) News anrl Markets, Doughboy Feedl Clear Like Show Curt MarfSey Time, A l k a - S e l l z c r Lowell Thomas. Trader G a m b i t I'. G. A E. N e w j Jack Smith, Procter * Gamble Club 15. C a m p b e l l Soups Edward R. Murrow, llamm*. CBS Hearthstone of the Death Squad lr. Christian, Chesehrough Johnny Dollar, W r l g l e y Steve Allen Show/ CBS Hah Trout, News, Forrl, CBS The l.B.C. Fights. CBS ' Nftwy. . V a n c e Music Co. CBS Dance Band Sports Camera, Globe-Gtrette Easy Listening This I believe Evening 'Serenade It Happens Every Day, Tonl CBS News CBS Dance Band Sign Off t Thursday A. M. Morning Hpuser News (Tenhcy) Morning Houscr Fnibllt Serenade; Fojrhllt Feeds Farm Reporter, Slule llrand News, Mid-Continent (Tenney) Johnny Lea wills, General "Mllli .Musical Clock N e w s , Garner Motors ' テつキ ' K e e p Time With Damon's Hnlsum H e a d l i n e s , llnlsum Bread Yesterday's M u s i c , Cool. Spring M y s t e r y Melody, M. C. Merchant! Bible Broadcast, Radio Chabr.I Today In Osagc. Osap;e Merchants Kitchen Cluh, Tidy House Product! News D i g e s t , J a c o b E. D e c k e r Oaclc lo School. M. C. Merchants Grand Slam, Wonder nrcad, CBS Home Town News. SldeJes Wendy Warren. CBS テつキ Dons Sherwln Show Helen Trent. Am. Home PrnducU Our Gal Sunday, Am. Home Prod. Markets Alan On the Street, rrltehard'l Musical Varieties Thursday P. M. Newi, Felco Feeds ( K c w ) Soulh St. Paul M a r k e t Instlluto Second M r s . Burton, Central Fondl Perry Mason, Tide Soap, CBS This Is Nora Drake, Seaman Bror, Brighter D a y , Procter A G a m b l e Hilltop House. 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