Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on August 28, 1952 · Page 5
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 5

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, August 28, 1952
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New Public Administration Course to Be Given at SUI SHOP ALL DEPARTMENTS FRIDAY AND IOWA CITY -- A new comfina-f tioa program for graduat^.students will be.offered at the State University of Iowa this fall in the field of public administration. The new program was announced here by Prof. Kirk'R. Porter, head o£ the department of political science, and Dr. Robert F. Ray, director of the institute of public affairs. The new arrangement.will bring together a study program in public administration and political science directed by the staff of the department of political science, and training program in public administration under supervision of the institute of public affairs. Tr*iiu for Service In a joint statement, Porter and Ray emphasized the importance oi the new combination program in terms oi its providing competent, well trained young men and women for government service at state, county, municipal or federal levels The in-service training feature ol the new program will be supervised by members of the staff of the institute, and will include the placement of interns with various city, county and state administra live units for portions of their training. This in-service, actually on the scene, internship,' will be supplemented by a research pro gram for interns into problems o: state, county and municipal gov eminent. Studies of value to pub lie officials will be published and distributed by the institute of pub He affairs. Some of the internships, according to Dr. Ray, will carry stipends and tuition scholarships on a meri basis. Program Expanded The institute-has for three years carried on a research program Into governmental problems anc has had interns from such area- as law, commerce, social work anc political science participating in an in-service research program The new program will greatly ex panel the opportunities in the pub lie atlministration area. Last year the department of po litical science organized a curricu him in public administration fo both undergraduate and gradual students. The new program is a expansion of the earlier program The academic side of the ne\ program in public administrate: brings together basic courses atv advanced courses which have bee presented for years in the depari ment of political science and othe liberal arts departments, and in th college of commerce. Course* Included The academic program for graduate student in public admin istration may include, in additio to a concentration in politica science,' courses in the depar ments ._ oE geography, psychology sociology^ economics,' accounting general business, and labor an industrial management. Program for graduate students will be ta tored to fit the individual and par ticular needs of the student base upon his educational background The main purpose of the com bination arrangement, accordin to Prof. Porter, will be the add lion to a sound academic program of an opportunity for intimate, firs hand contact with the functions problems and activities of govern ment offices and departments. The new program will be launch ed with the beginning of the 195 53 school year. University classe will convene on Sept. 25. Hold Funeral Friday for Iowa Falls Woman IOWA FALLS--Mrs. Ralph B. obinson, 64, died Wednesday at :ilsworth Municipal Hospital fol- owing an illness of several months, "he body was taken to the Home or Funerals./ t . Mrs. Robinson was born Laura d»e Atkinson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Atkinson, at Ovan. Mont., Dec. 17, 1887. She was married to Ralph B. Robinson at owa Falls Oct. 12, 1917. · Survivors include her husband, a augbter, Mrs. Homer Calkins; two sons, .Glenn and Donald, all of this ·icinity; a sister, Mrs. Glenn Smith f Graceville, Minn.; four grand- hildren, a half-brother, Ted Armtrong of Sonora, Cal. Sen-ices will be held in the First Methodist Church at 2:30 p. m. Fri- ay with the Rev. Warren Feller tfficiating. Burial will be in Union Cemetery. Prisoners To Work BELLEVUE, O. UP--Inmates of he city jail won't be able to "sit out" their fines and sentences under a new plan. Kenneth Polta, safety director said prisoners vould be used to cut and pull vceds at the city reservoirs. CTiy-OlieiOeieUe. MMW CMy, U. Aug. J§, 1M2 AND SAVE DURING LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE Public Notice 1* hereby given tint ihe undersigned referee In partition will sell by Order of the District Court of Cerro Gorcio County, low. at Public Auction, o the highest bidder, at 7 o'clock P.M. or. he 15th cUy of September A.D. 1952. on he premises, the following described real estate, viz; Lot No. 18 In Block No. B In College Addition (o .Mason City, Iowa, also described as 520 13th Street S.E., Mason CUy. Iowa. Terms of sale will be I IQ;' 1 , down at Ime of sale and the balance when marketable abstract of title and referees deed are delivered. ; Dated this 27th day of August A.D. 1952. D. H. FITZPATR1CK,. . ·· Referee In partition GEORGE R. 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You will find a large selection of decorator colors to choose from. At this low price you'll want at least three or [our . . . there is always room for more rugs in every home! . . . Come in for yours now! * «l I 3. · I DOMESTICS . . . THIRD FLOOR FIRST QUALITY 27 INCH WHITE OUTING Stock up now on this line quality while outing while at this special low price . . . Come in now and get your supply and really save I Yard DAMON'S . . . THIRD FLOOR ^·H ····!·····.· ^ REGULAR 3.50 VALUE DORSET COMPACTS Lookmgr for a new compact? Well, here is a value that deserves your attention. All metal compacts in gold or silver, with closed powder compartment. Buy for yourself, or for gifts ... a real value at! 1 69 DAMON'S TOILETRIES--STREET FLOOR SPECIAL GROUP LADIES' JEWELRY This lovely selection of Jewelry includes Scatter Pins, Jet Earrings, and Necklaces, Gold and Silver Bracelets .and Earrings . . . Com© in and browse through this fine assorlmenf, and save while you shop! 59' 2for*l rial Taz PERSONALIZED EARRINGS-BRACELETS Really something'different! And yet priced so reasonable. See these today! DAMON'S JEWELRY . . 1 Ea. STREET FLOOR BOOT TOWELING REMNANTS Comes .with blue center strips, very absorbent. Easy to launder, Regular 39c Value . . . Shop and Save now! Yd. BLEACHED PART LINEN TOWELING With colored borders. Regular 59c Value . , . Better Jay in a good supply now! 37 Yd. LINENS, THIRD FLOOR .^ Values to Ii98 yard SALE of Fabrics! Choose from Yarn dyed Taffetas, Changeable Taffetas, Printed Talfetas, .Printed 75 and 100 Denier Crepes, Velvay taffetas, and Satins, Tissue, Faille, Sheers, Alpacas, Woven Plaid Suitings, These are just a few of the fine materials offered i» this special event . . . 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Made to sell from 2.00 to 4.50. 1 Ecr. BELTS, Street Floor JUMBO PLASTIC GARMENT BAGS Holds up to IB garments. Clear Plastic with colored trim. 54x13. Full length zipper. NOTIONS, Street Floor PLAYTEX SUPER FOAM PILLOWS Regular 8.95 Value, Now save two dollars while you can on these nationally advertised pillows, Also reg. 7.95 Value for 5.95. 8.95 VALUE DOMESTICS, Street Floor SALE! 13.95 FLOOR LIMPS Choose from Junior Floorlamps and f Swing ^ Arm Lamps. Smart bronze .metal l^s plefe \rtth duratfi*'^tmcii,tilea5ec» of many -colors. Regular 13.95 Value." and what a saving at 8,88 DEENA TABLE LAMPS Damon'% really searched the market for this special buy on Lamps, and here it is ... A choice oi several styles, china bases with hand made rayon shades. We know you'll be proud to own one. Regular 6.95 Value, and what a buy for just! 5.GO SPECIAL SAVINGS ON LAMPSHADES Hand made shades of acetate and rayon with heavy wire frames, styled right.for any lamp. New decorator colors, really a great saving. 12 INCH BRIDGE SHADE 3.19 VALUE 16 INCH TABLE DRUM 3.50 VALUE 19 INCH JUNIOR F L O O R . . . 3.98 VALUE ., LAMPS DAMON'S THIRD FLOOR \

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