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Mason City, Iowa
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Saturday, December 19, 1964
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12 Dtc. 19, 1H4 City, U. NOW DO THIS — Coach Murray Wier (left) of East Waterloo is holding hia clipboard to tell his cagers what to do duririK a timeout. That bitf No. lil is Don, (5-9 all-state center. Wicr, a former Ail-American during his playing days at the University of Jowa comes up only shoulder hij^h to his star performer, who scored 151? points as East de- fcated Mason City 59-45 for the leadership in the Six Conference Friday North Iowa basketball Clear Lake over Algona 71-58 ROCKWELL-SWALEDALE- MESERVEY-THORNTON BOYS: Rockwell-Swaledale 60, Meservey-Thorntoa 55. Scoring,:>on Eddy (R) 20, Doug Winter (M) 25. Rockwell (4-0) is the Vorth Star Conference leader. Meservey is 2-3 in Conference play. GIRLS: Meservey-Thornton 59, Rockwell-Swaledale 56. Scoring: Nancy Rule (M) 21, Marilyn Losse (R) 24. Meservey-Thornton led 26-22 at halftime. BOONE VALLEY- CORWITH-WESLEY BOYS: Boone Valley 76, Corwith-Wesley 74. Scoring: John Hawk (BV) 20, Andy Moore (CW) 24. Boone Valley came from a 39-30 halftime deficit to win and make its mark 2-3 n the North Star. Corwilh is 4-2 n the league. GIRLS: Boone Valley 66, Corwith-Wesley 55. Scoring: Beth ichipull (BV) 38, Laurel Schipull (BV) 20, Renclda Schultz (CW) 27. Both teams were undefeated at start with 7-0 records. VENTURA-KANAWHA BOYS: Ventura 5fi, Kannwha 14. Scoring: Tim Delgcr (K) 28, Denny Currier (V) 13. It was Ventura 25-21 at the half. The Vikings are 4-1 in the North Star and Kanawha is 0-5. GIRLS: Ventura 46, Knnawha 12. Scoring Phyl Grcimann (V) 30, Lois Stufllck (K) 28. Kanawha held a 27-19 lead at halftime. LuVERNE-CAL BOYS: LuVcrnc 80, CAL 51. Scoring: Boh Maass (L) 30, John Wickelt (L) 18, Don Stratman (C) 18. LuVcrne led 39-26 at half. LuVcrne is 3-1 in North Star Conference. GIRLS: LviVerne 62, CAL 50. Scoring: Jane Hanselman (L) 40, Mary Olcson (C) 38. KLEMME-GOLDFIELD VARSITY: G o Id f i e 1 d 85, Klcmmc 50. Scoring: Lance Lar in (G) 21, Terry Knduce (K) r >. Goldficld, 4-1 in the North tar Conference, lad 37-30 at alftimc. Klcmme is 1-3 in Con- crcncc piny. RESERVES: Goldficld 45, [1cmme 22. RAKE-LAKOTA VARSITY: Lakota 67, Rake 4. Scoring: Marc Bendickson IO 31, Roger Becker (L) 29 Dakota, now 4-1 in the State Line Conference, led 35-24 at halftime St. Ansgar wins 61-51 Sole loop lead; First Greene loss By CHARLES W. WALK North Iowa N»wi Director ST. ANSGAR — Taking full dvantage of an edge in speed, ic St. Ansgar Saints knocked ic Greene Ramblers from the anks of the undefeated 61-51 ere Friday night. In the process, the Saints took vcr first place in the Corn owl Conference race with a 0 mark. The Ramblers are 4-1 n the loop and 5-1 for the sea- on. The Saints are 7-1 for the CLEAR LAKE — The Clear Lake Lions came hack from n defeat <o Knglc Grove to trim the AlRona Bulldogs 71-58 hero Friday ninkt in a North Central Cnnfcrence game. The victory brought the Lions' record for the season to 5-2 and let them keep control of second place in the loop with a 4-1 record. Algona stands 3-2 in the league, tied with Clarion for third place. Clear Lake led at every stop Friilny night. .1H-13 at the first quarter, :i<1-20 at the half and thi'ii by 15 quarters. points after three Big O hits 56 in win over Lakers By The Associated Press Oscar Robertson and Reggie Harding are getting into highc brackets. Thai's good for Osca but bad for Reggie. Robertson scored a Nationa Basketball Association cnrce high of 5(1 points Friday night in iciidiiig Cincinnati to a 111-10 triumph over Los Angeles. Harding, on the contrary didn't play as his Detroit team mates knocked off St. Louis 114 108. The .second-year Piston sa on the bench after reporting lal for the game because he over slept. Earlier in the day Genera Manager Don Waltrick fincti th 7-foot Harding $100 plus Hi price of an airplane ticket fo missing a plane to a game i New York Dec. 8. Overslcepin proved much costlier. Immediately afler the Waltrick announced Harding had been hit with an additional $400 fine. Robertson's DOUR Grabinski led the win- crs with 20 points, as he canned inc fieldgoals and made goot n ciKlit of 11 free throw tries 'om Anderson followed up with 5 anel Bill Morisky hud 13. Fo \Igona, Dale Teeter was the op gunner with 10 points. Clear Lake will be at llamp nn in a conference game Tues lay wfiilc Algona is Jdic unti ifler the holidays. The hoxscorc: Inrlnky inthlnnkl >. Amtrrxtm Warren VlnVIrr r-rkln* I.AKI:—11 I'd I'T ... ^ i.-j ii 1.1 x-il II-D ii-ii PI- 1 T I (I I TOTALS rrlrr Herrymnn -;H I.VM Al.fiONA—AH !•'<• I-'T X I).II rrklna II li\nljr I >au •• ll»ull» 4 I)-I) I-S lake is 1-4 in conference play. RESERVES: Lakota 35, Rake RINGSTED-BURT BOYS: Ringstcd 78, Burt <>G Scoring: Ron Knapp (R) 24 Ortman (B) 37. Burt was ahead 35-33 at the half. State Line Con crencc game. GIRLS: Ringstcd 76, Burt 39 Scoring: Karen Jenson (R) 25 Fairbanks (B) 14. Wrestling OSAGE MATMEN WHIP CLEAR LAKE 41-8 OSAGE —The Osage rcscrv Jj:wrestlers, aided by seven pirn vhippcd Clear Lnkc 41-8 in ual meet here Friday nigh 'he Osage reserves second teai vas also victorious by a scor )f 40-15. This is the first year t TOTALS Hcnrr by nu luima Icar l.nkr vrcstling for Clear Lake. Funk (O) thrrw May 3:M. l(l:l Mrnlnr «» llirnw Andrrftiin 1:31. I —A min (C) Ihrrw Urn nil mi l:,M"i I'll Imrl (()> thrrw llaukhnon 3:1)1. ni —Mnrkham (Ol Ihrrw Tlhhlla «:'!«. IM— Hera- (O) rtrc. Ollru .I--;. UN— .orklc (O) ilro. 1:1 IX Chiefs need win over Jets for .500 season KANSAS CITY (AP) — Kan sns Cily has the momentum ol its 49-G humiliation of Snn Die 'S Amcricnn Football League Western champs as it shoots for a .500 season hero Sunday iifiainst the Now York Jets, anx iou.s to do something about a ailed Btsch's Saints rv»v«r in the game Friday ight. Brad Perau, the biggest aint at 6-6'/2, stuffed in three elders as the Saints took a 16-9 cad after the first period. In the second period, the This week at the theaters aints Increased their margin to 8-19 before Greene's Jerry ischcr got hot and hit three ate baskets to trim the count to 0-25 at halftime. Fischer was bout the whole offensive show or the Ramblers in the second eriod as he scored 10 of their 6 points. The St. Ansgar attack was nore balanced in the second eriod as each of the starters it for at least one bucket. Dick rtcKinlcy and Jerry Kline tiowcd the way with two field- rs each. Kiln* continued his hot hand n the third period. He hit three ong jumpers in that quarter as ic Saints expanded their lead i 48-35. Kline also added four ec throws as the Ramblers tarted getting into foul trouble ying to keep up with the peedy Saints. The final period saw the aints expand their lead to 551, the largest gap of the "eve- ing. Greene never got closer iinn the final margin. Balanced scoring marked both ttacks. Kline topped all scorers vith 22 points and McKinley and 'erau added 14 each for the aints. Although he scored only ivc points, Dick Owen, veteran ;uard, was a standout all night or St. Ansgar with his play- making and fine defensive ef- ort. Green* also had three players n double figures. Steve Barnett counted 13, including 10 the second half, and Jerry and Bruce ''ischcr added a dozen each. Mark Ott had nine points for the Ramblers and also played an outstanding floor game. Greene's reserves won the preliminary game 45-43 in an overtime. The defeat was the irst of the season for the St. Ansgar reserves. The boxscorc: ST. ANSGAR—81 FG FT McKlnfey « DECORAH-WAVERLY VARSITY: W a v e r 1 y 58, Decor ah 47. Scoring: Bruce Wilett (W) 15, Jerry Winger (D) 14. The score was tied 26-26 at laUtime. Waverly is 3-0 and Decorah is 1-2 in the Northeast Iowa Conference. SOPHS: Waverly 36, Decorah 35. CRESTWOOD-CHARLES CITY VARSITY: Crestwood 66, Charles City 49. Scoring: Bill Siele (C) 16, Monty Millard (CC) 22. Crestwood led 36-26 at half- ,ime in making its record 2-1 in the Northeast Iowa Conference. Charles City is 1-2 now in the league. RESERVES: Charles City 51, Crestwood 42. IOWA FALLS-HUMBOLDT VARSITY: Iowa Falls 55, Humboldt 54. Scoring: Jim Klein (I) 13, Jerry Edwards (H) 13. Jim Meyer's basket with four seconds left won the game. Iowa Falls is 2-3 in the North Central Conference. Humboldt is 1-4. RESERVES: Humb o 1 d t 47, Iowa Falls 39. GARNER-BUFFALO CENTER VARSITY: Garner 59, Buffalo Center 57 (OVT). Scoring: Mark Smith (B) 21, Don Leonard (G) 16. The score was tied 53 apiece at the end of regulation time. In he North Iowa Conference both :eams are 2-4. SOPHS: Buffalo Center 38, Garner 32. LAKE MILLS-FOREST CITY VARSITY: Forest City 80, Lake Mills 55. Scoring: Jack Olscn <FC) 21, Bob Lande (LM) 18. In the North Iowa Conference, Forest City is 5-1 in second place and Lake Mills is 3-3. RESERVES: Forest City 49, Lake Mills 35. BELMOND-NORTHWOOD VARSITY: Belmond 68, Northwood 47. Scoring: Neal Waddington (B) 29, Gary Grundmeier (N) 10. Belmond had 36-27 halftime lead in posting fifth North Iowa Conference win without a oss. Northwood is 3-3 in the oop. RESERVES: Belmond 41, Northwood 21. ___™, ER _ Flipper ig back with Drand ^ WHEN MONSTERS BATTLE-Two of the most terrifying friends, new fun and new thrills, as he tackles a band of des- fictional monsters ever brought to the screen battle to the perate pirates in "Flipper's New Adventure" at the Cecil The- death in "Godzilla vs. the Thing," showing at .the Palace and ater. It's Flipper's newest thriller, starring Luke Halpin, Pam- Lake Theaters. On the double adventure bill also is Voyage ela Franklin and Tom Helmore with guest star Brian Kelly to the End of the Universe." It is a story about the possibility _ guest and Flipper. The picture is in Metro-color and is an Ivan Tors production for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. of the existence of life on one of the other planets of the Solar System. ROME IS FOR ROMANCE—James Darren and newcomer Candy Carol are starred in "Gidget Goes to Rome," showing at the Strand Theater on a double bill. Miss Carol plays Gidget, exuberant teenager. "Come Fly With Me" is co-featured, a romantic comedy of three glamorous airline hostesses, filmed in London, Paris and Vienna, Dolores Hart, Pamela Tiffin and Lois Nettleton are starred. BRITT-OSAGE VARSITY: Britt 50, Osage 43. Scoring: Mike McDermott (B) 15, Mark Hunsley (B) 14. Britt now 2-4 in the North Iowa Conference, Osage 1-4. RESERVES: Osage 35, Britt 21. Kline I'rmu Owm .. Johiunn Hollali B-K R-fi 2-7 0-0 PK ' 2 It 2 4 It 3 I) ROCKFORD-RICEVILLE BOYS: Rockford 61, Riceville 39. Scoring: John Brandau (Ro) L4, Darrel Anderson (Ri) 13. Rockford, now 3-1 in the Corn Bowl Conference, led 30-17 at halftime. Riceville is 1-4. GIRLS: Rockford 66, Riceville 44. Scoring: Mary Tumilson (Ro) 24, Charlene Eastman (Ri) 21. Rockford led 38-20 at halftime. TITONKA-LEDYARD BOYS: Titonka 58, Ledyard 57. Scoring: George Palmer (T) 16, John Peterson (L) 18. Rich Thomas scored winning bucket. It was 28-all at halftime in State Line Conference game. GIRLS: Ledyard 58, Titonka 45. Scoring: -Iris Michaelson (T) 29, Darlene Logeman (L) 26. Ledyard had 34-21 lead at half. ARMSTRONG-SWEA CITY VARSITY: Armstrong 61, Swea City 56. Scoring: Jim Godfredson (A) 19, Tom Elliott (S) 15. Armstrong led 34-29 at halftime. Winners lead State Line Conference with 5-0 record and are 6-0 for all games. RESERVES: Armstrong 24, Swea City 17. CHARLES CITY I.C.- MARSHALLTOWN ST. MARYS JAY AND AMERICANS—May and the Americans will be featured for a Collegiate special at the Surf Ballroom, Clear Lake, Tuesday from 8 to 12 p.m. Also appearing will be the Klosers and Roy Haven as emcee. The group consists of Jay Black, Kenny Vasce, Sandy Deane, Marty Sanders and Howie Kane. Originality and versatility best describe the attributes of this vocal group. TOTALS 2:t l.VJT 18 61 CiRKENK— SI FC, HsriiMl, S ft Fischer, J. Flsi-hcr, 11. (Ill lUrnrll. 1). Clupllam llnrlh FT t-'J n-i 2-1 PK TP miserable road record. A victory would Rive the spree surpassed his previous high of 4!) points and foil only three short of the Cincinnnli high held by Jack Twyman. The Royals' ace connected on 17 off 33 field goal tries and tossed in 22 of 23 free throws, the league's best mark this season. Despite Harding's absence, the Pistons recorded their llth victory in 22 games under playing Coach Dave DeBusschcrc. Ray Scott and DeBusscherc each scored 24 points, pacing Detroit's attack. Th* Pistons led all the way after the first Hi minutes. They had an 88-82 margin after three quarters, but the Hawks crept to within two points before Detroit wrapped it up on a string of 11 free throws and a field goal. San Francisco downed Phila delpbia 117-111 in Friday's other NBA game. Wilt Chamberlain scored 41 points and Nate Thurmond threw a defensive blanket around Philadelphia rookie star Lucious Jackson, limiting him to seven points. Four foul shots in the last minute by Guy Rodg- 0ts iced it for the Warriors. Chiefs a 7-7 record in Ihcir sec-' ond year in Kansas City ami climax n good comeback from a 2-4 start. They wound tip 5-7-1' last year, winning their lasl .hree, and haven't reached the 500 level since winning the AFL crown in Dallas in 191'.:.'. The .lets have lost all six road games this season and their last two in l!)(i:t. Over two seasons they have dropped 12 of 13 nway from home. A defeat would leave New York with the same record as last year, 5-8-1. Shula, Collier to coach teams in Pro Bowl LOS ANGELES (AP) — Don Shula, pilot of the Baltimore Colts and the National Football League's Coacli of the year, and Blanton Collier of the Cleveland Browns were named Saturday to coach the Western and Eastern teams in the Pro Bowl game here Jan. 10. Simla's Colls, winner of the Western Division title, and Col licr's Eastern Division champs meet in the NFL championship Dec. 27 in Cleveland. It will be the first head coaching job in the Pro Bowl for both men. The two squads arc due to report in Los Angeles a week after the NFL title game. Rrlukirm III. 11:, Asli (O) Ihrrw Ilnkrn fl:ll. I.M — irlmin «» linen- Wnnil 2:^7. Hl.l— Illrum ((» thrrw Kunnan 2::lH. llwl.— Ashlntnl (C) clrr. Snmlrr !••'. CRESTWOOD BEATS CHARLES CITY 20-17 CHARLES CITY—The Crestwood Cadets bunded the Charles City mntmcn their second loss of the season 20-17 in a dual meet bore Friday night. Kenneley's 1-0 win over Kxline in the heavyweight match was the deciding factor. The C'erstwood reserves won by a scorn of 2913. n.'i—Flurr (t'CI Art. Frank l-l. ID: Itrarn* ICTI ilir. lUVkru HI. II'.'— JnhtiHim (O ilrr. Stewart '.'-0, I'JO— U'liMr «V> I|,T llrrk (I.-;. |-.'7—Nil «'('! dec. Krllry X.3. 1:1:1—Clrvrlsnii ilrro- v llh Niull 1-1. |;m—liilr <( I Irr. Him <•(). 113—Krsli <C( dtp. Monroe -Ml. i:.l—Krxrrnian It'l drr. Miller l-it. Ifl.V—Prls (CO nVr. .Schnlli 7-0, |RI>— Mnen twt.—Krntirlcy TOTALS Scnrr hj quarten: CiTem* •it. Aiujnr (I) II in 1!) ill (3) M> a.% fi i IH Ri Bough quits as coach of Oilers NORA SPRINGS NORTH CENTRAL BOYS: Nora Springs 85, North Central 73. Scoring: Harold Albertson (NS) 30, Gary Willerd and Larry Lyford (NC) 14 each. Winners led 45-35 at the half. First win of season for Nora Springs in Corn Bowl game. GIRLS: Nora Springs 68, North Central 58. Scoring: Joyce Kcllcy (NS) 37, Sandy Brunsvold (NC) 32. Winners held 4023 halftime lead. VARSITY: Marshalltown St. Marys 60, Charles City I.C. 55. Scoring: Glen PiUe (M) 24, Ron McDermott (C) 14. Marshalltown led 33-25 at halftime. RESERVES: Marshalltown St. Mary's 34, Charles City I.C. 16. ALDEN-DOWS BOYS: Dows 59, Alden 42. Scoring: Larry Hackbarth (D) 28, Chris Gate (A) 10. GIRLS: Alden 61, Dows 47. Scoring: Judy Gardalen (A) 24, Jan Sharar (A) 20, Clareen Norris (D) 27. At your theaters (Time* furnished by theaters) CECIL—"Flipper's New Adventure," with guest stars Luke Halpin and Brian Kelly, 1:30, 3:30, 5:30, 7:30, 9:30. PALACE — "Godzilla vs. the Thing," 1, 3;50, 6:50, 9:40. "Voyage to the End of the Universe," 2:30, 5:30, 8:25. LAKE — "Godzilla vs. the Thing," 7, 9:40. "Voyage to the End of the Universe," 8:30. Matine Sat., Sun., "Voyage to the End of the Universe," 1:30, "Godzilla vs. the Thing," 2:45. STRAND — "Gidget Goes to Rome," starring James Darren and Cindy Carol, 1:35, 5:25, 9:15, "Come Fly With Me," starring Pamela Tiffin and Dolores Hart, 3:25, 7:20. FILET MIGNON » Potatoes d 111 » Salad 5PB«*W » Coffee * » Hot Loaf of Bread — at the — TOWN HOUSE RESTAURANT —Every Evening— Next To Yotrakers I I 1 I I I ENDS SUNDAYS Continuous From 1 P.M. Both Features In Color! "GIDGET GOES TO ROME" James Darren — Cindy Carol "COME FLY WITH ME" Pamela Tiffon — Dolores Hart Also: Color Cartoon I I I I I I I TRANSPORT JOB About 4.6 million people travel on New York City's 237 miles of subway and elevated lines each day. Happier on his ranch Leqal notices Iowa law requires that the residents of this area be notified of certain legal proceedings. Certain individuals, as well as groups, may have a personal interest in the notification. Often the publication is the only public notice. To keep well informed, readers should check carefully the notices which appear under this heading. rtrr. K*rrrll der. Ktllnr I-U. WEST WATERLOO TOPS EAGLE GROVE MATMEN KAGLK GROVE — Wa U'dno made its dunl westling meet record 3-0 bore Friday night with a 3-1-6 triumph over Engle. Grove. West also won the reserve meet, 28-12. !I,V-naulT IWWI drr. Minrr. 1-0. 1113 — <!«hlr (Wtt'l drr. Dmrlirlrf. 8-1). IT!—CilMiiann (WW) Hrr. Kelland. <•• ^fl — Nrrvir (KC,) drr. Graftrr, ?•< I;;—Spuinlcr (Kiii drc. MrCllnlnrk. '.'•I. l.U— Hrrnr IWW) dec. Enjtrln, M. UK—I uttrrll (WWI Are, Vodrr. .VI. I l>— Shrlhournr IWW) d*r. Ahrl«. S.I, I.M—Tlbhrlli (WW) drr. Chrlnllanion. x-l. Ifl.v-nrlrrr (WW) ilrr. M. Chrln tlaninn, 7-1. Ifiiv—Wmhrk IWW) plnnrd CrnvM. .1:11. llwl.—Knot <WW> ptnnec Wlnfaard. l:3n. FIRST MAT VICTORY FOR NEW HAMPTON NEW HAMPTON— The New Hampton Chicks gained their first dual meet westling victory in four starts here Friday nigh with a 23-15 win over Oelwein Ron Jamos of Oelwein got the only pin of the meet in the heavyweight division while New Hampton's Denny Sevcrson ant Bob Mocn kept (heir records clean by winning decisions. D.V- Huffman INH) drc. Chair, ll):i—Stivrrinn (NH) itrc. Sptrry, »-» 11?—Morlli (O» dec. l.rrhtmtn, 3-1 I-.'O—men (Nil) drr. Frrrman, •-« — Mo«n INH) drr. Mnmnnr. «.t l.TV—WrUh IOI rfcr. damn, '.-•;. MX— Ritbrrinn (Nil) drew with Andrrman -.'.;. IIV—Straw (NHI dtr. MuHord. 4-1 m—K<Mni (NH) dec. TaKolla. II.I !«,%—Ball (NH) drc. Thntr. •>-!. IN*_ Darker (O) <lro. Meliman, I 1 ?- 1 ;. HwU— Jj>m«» (O) pinned X»hn, 3:.'!). HOUSTON, Tex. (AP)-Sammy BaiiRh has quit as head football coach of the Houston Oilers to spend more time on is west Texas ranch because 'I'm happier there." Raugh's successor will be the if Hi head coach in six seasons or the American Football ,eague entry — a turnover vm- matchcd in pro football The Houston Post said his successor was expected to be IiiRh (Bones) Taylor, Oiler backficld coach. The Post also said Lou Rymku.s, former Oiler icad coach, would be rehired as nn offensive line coach. Taylor, 41, one of the National Koothall League's all-time great pass receivers, said "I have not iiscussed the coaching situation with Oiler officials." But he in- iicated he would like to have the job. Taylor played for nine years with the Washington Redskins, and during that time was the favorite target of Baugh's passes. He also was assistant coach under Baugh in 1960 with the New York Titans. Bauyh, 50, had Insisted thai running his fi,355-acre ranch interfered with his duties as head coach. The former Texas Christian University and Redskin passing star quit after signing a new one-year contract only two months ago. The Hall of Fame quarterback compiled a 3-10 record, IN THF. DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR CKRRO OORDO COUNTY Probate No. 11.317 NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OK ADMINISTRATOR AND NOTirB TO I'RKDITORS IN TICK MATTER P THE ESTATE OK JAMES V. rniNDt.E. Deceased. TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ABOVE ENTITLED ESTATE: Yon arc hereby notified that indcr.stgnccl has been appointed mlnl.ilnttor of the abnve entitled estate: all persona Indebted to sold estnlc arc requested to make Imme dlatc payment to the undersigned, anc creditors having claims against said cstalc shall file them with the clerk of the nbovc named district court, as provided hy law. duly authenticated Tor allowance, and unless so filed with in iLx months from tho second publics Uon of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid*, sxich claim shall tnerc after be forever barred, n.iied this Ifith day of December GLADYS I. PHINDLE Rockwell. Jowa Administrator of said Estate BROWN. DRESSER. K1NSEY fc JOl.AS Wi East State Street Mason City. Iowa Attorneys for said Administrator Date ol second publication 26th day of December, I960. The application of station KSMN fo renewal of Its license lo operate I the public Interest was tendered fo filing with the Federal Communication Commission on December 2. Member of th« public who desire to bring to th Commission's atlentlon facts concern Ing the operation of the station shoul write to the Federal Communications Commission, Washington 25. D.C., no later than January 3. Letters shoul set forth In detail lh« specific fact which the writer wishes the Commis slon lo consider In pasting on this ap plication. KSMN operatrs on a fn quency of 1010 kilocycles, and owned and operated by the Norl Central Iowa Broadcasting- Company President of the Company I* Hayw.i L. Talley. Vice-President is Emrnn C Talley. Directors am th« officers. Th principal stockholder U Hay ward 1 Talley. worst showing since the club was founded, wilh the season finale against played Sunday. Denver to b« IN TKK DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE or IOWA IN AND FOR CERRO UOKDO COUNTY PRORATE NO. UTft NOTICE OF PROKATK OF WIIX. OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOK AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS [N THE MATTER OF TUB ESTATE OF G. S. C. ANDRICK, Deceased. FRONTIER Ballroom 725 North Kentucky Saturday, Dec. 19 Music By RAY'S ACCORDION BAND O ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN IE ABOVE ENTITLED ESTATE: Yoti arc hereby notified that on the th day of December, 1964. the last ill and testament of the above named ccedcnt, bearing date the 29th day August, 1952, wns admitted to pro•Ue in the above named court and n'. the undersigned was appointed \ecutor of said estate. Notice Is siven that all persons In- cbted to .said estate arc requested lo nakc Immediate payment to the under- gned. and creditors having claims gainst said estate shall file them ith the clerk of the above named Istrict court, ns provided by law, duly iithcntlcatcd. for allowance; and un- so filed within six month! from he second publication of this notice unless otherwise allowed or paid) such lalm shall thereafter be forever arred. Dated this 15th day of December. 964. .JOAN A. l.OTERBOUR •1304 Vcralta Drive Cedar Kails, Iowa Executor of said Estate •JASON. SCIIROEDER & ALLISON B\i East Slate Street laaon City, Iowa \ltorncy lor said Kxecutor Date of second publication 26th day of December. 1%4. FRONTIER CLUB 725 North Kentucky DINE and DANCE EVERY EVENING DINNER SPECIALS 5:00 P.M. to 9:00 P.M. Every Evening CHICKEN or FISH . FILET STEAKS —PLUS BONUS THRILL FEATURE— ..i3 NOW! Over Th« Weekend" CECIL IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF IOWA IN AND FOR CF.RRO GORDO COUNTY XO. S9IS1 ORIGINAL NOTICE VERLYN DOLDING. Plaintiff MARILYN MARIE HOLDING. Defendant. TO THE ABOVE-NAMED DEFENDANT: You arc hereby notified that i pe" Ion of the above-named plaintiff in he above-entitled action Is now on file in the office uf the Clerk of the above- named Court, and which petition prays hat plaintiff he granted a divorce from defendant upon grounds that defendant ins Iwen guilty of such cruel and Inhuman treatment as to endanger the life of plaintiff: plaintiff be awarded the custody of the three minor children of the parties and that the plain Uff be given title to the household furniture and real estate owrwd by plaintiff and defendant. You are also hereby notified lo appear before said Court at Mason CHy In Cerro Gordo County. Iowa, oa or before Febmary 1. Ittt, and thai unless you to appear, your default wll be entered and judgment or decree wil' be rendered against you for the re lie- demanded In the petition. LEVINSON, BRYANT and ENARN1T Attorneys tor PUlnllff 21V* Soulh Federal Avnura CUT. low. S»(., Dec. 19(h » To t» DICKCHAFFEE And nil Fine Modern Orch. Tues., Dec. 22nd 8 To It Co|[*gUf* Special Jay & The Americans THE KLOSERS Roj Haven From KRIB Frl., Dec. 3Jlh Merry Christmas LEO GRECO And His Pion««rs Don't Forceb Your Xmai Ronuft Tickets NOW - ENDS MON. DOORS OPEN 12:30 FLIPPER'S NEWEST THRILLER! NOW PLAYING At The Rose Bowl Lounge The Bervele's thfifeade^... Metro-Goldwyn-Maysr fliPPefS STARTS TUESDAY 5O FABULOUS STARS; M-fi-M'SBiGFUNHLM

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