Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on August 28, 1952 · Page 26
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 26

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, August 28, 1952
Page 26
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Aug. 2», 1»SJ M»i«n Clly r.lobt-O.ielit, Maion City, H. ^^ r * Town Upset by Treasure Hunt PRESCOTT, Ark. I/R-A "treasure trove" of $84 has been found, much to the relief of town fathers. The money wns hidden by radio station KXAR as a pullicity stunt. Since that day about a month and a half ago, tho town has been topsy-turyy. People had searched .,in tho town clock ami the Prcscoll High School football -stadium among other places. At one point, ·high school officials Jiaci to patl- lok;tho stadium to keep tho field .from''being almost completely denuded of grass. V* .., When the, treasure was f o u n d ' I n the city park ;by Mrs. CMS McCas- kilt, station;;manager L, K. Tonley said more than fiOO persons were milling around the area. dred above last year's overage, There was also a momentary slump In the tourist business Immediately after th'o disturbances following the recent presidential elections. Any falling off in the tourist business would be a serious threat to Mexico's economy and would force Mexico to cut down on her purchases abroad. Mexican Tourist Business Slumps · MEXICO CITY UV-The tourist · business,'..which puts the butter on · Mexico'sidally bread, shows signs .of withering under European com petition and! high prices'here. . Even with tho big Rotary and Lions international conventions, tourist entries are only-a few him- Nationalists Admit Refugees to Formosa HONG KONG W --The Chinese Nationalists have agreed to let 416 Chinese refugees from the Communists, now in a refugee camp here, go to Formosa, They will bo the first group of such refugees to be allowed on Formosa by th6 Nptlonalist Ministry of Defense this year. They include ; students, business and professional men, and n few former Chinese uencrals nud officers of lower rank. Blctcid With Poit.rlty HAttTFORD,' Conn. UI»--Mrs. Cl«rlssc Guerette wasn't surprised when nil her offspring didn't show up to help celebrate her 00th birth day. She had 21, children, 10 of whom ate living. .Also surviving are 41 grandchildren, 88 groat grandchildren and two great-great grandchildren--a total of I'll. NO REGRETS WITH MACRONETS Bronx"Cowboy" Rents Equipment NEW YORK WV--Harry (Hop along) Abr'amowilz is probably the last cowboy in the Bronx section of New York. ; His "ranch" is scattered all over the borough. In a three-story stable he keeps 43 horses, 12 goats and a dog. On five lots he has a rare assortment of wagons of all sorts- covered wagons, buckboards, sur- . Globe Ga/ollo photo tiy Musscr THIS IS READING!-- fase of materials ami lesaon plans to make children want to read more as well as help them learn how was demonstrated Thursday for Mason City teachera, Miss Kate Skinner (left), reading 1 consultant .for, Ginn and Company, i» showing three teachers how to make some of :the teaching nida. The teachers (left to right) are Hilda Lund, Harding, third grade; Florence Dellagc, Jefferson sixth, and Arlonc Glade, Lincoln third. Parochial and'·.'rural school, teachers ami parents also attended the sessions in Music Hall. Miss Skinner's visit was thp result of two.years of tttu'dy by a teachers' committee here whicji chpae the Ginh I'cading textbooks for Mason City elementary' for."Mldwtv«»" , .DETROIT, Mich/ tfP--Mrs, Edith McNeil, 43, named her son; Larry EuKcnc after 'the two patrolmen who helped deliver 'the baby. Pu- trolmen Liirry Crawford -arid Eugene Rajcl responded to ah emergency call while Mrs. McNeil's husband was out searching for a doctor, · - . LATLMEfl--Mr. and Mrs. Oliver G. Sprau and son returned home after spending their vacation in Miami, Fla., also the Everglades and points of interest in the east. 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Brewery Manager Is a Teetotaler ·SYDNEY, Australia (ft -- Eric Jallaway lold the New South Wales ,ic[iior Royal Commission recently hat he is a teetotaler. Callaway Is the 'general manager if Tooheys Brewery, the second argost brewery in New South Vales. · - ' · . . reys, lallyhos, victorias and bar-! ouches. · . . ; . The 64-year-old "cdwboy" rents His equipment to advertise bond rallies, movies,- parades, political candidates and commercial products. He began his collection in are here! 1910 when he bought 64 carriages from a member of the Vanderbilt family for a total price of ?50. CHESTER--Lt. Richard Holm of Shaw Air Base, S. C., is spending 10 days with relatives. Farm and Town Will Be OPEN SUNDAY 9 A. M. to 1 P. M. and 4 P . M . t o 7 P.M. CLOSED MONDAY, LABOR DAY . · · · SHOP for YOUR HOLIDAY WEEK-END NEEDS AT FARM TOWN FOOD MARKET DISTRIBUTORS OF FINE FOODS 1453 4th Street S. E. 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