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Maion Cltr Globe-Gaitlt*. Maion City, U. Wedding Guests Die as Bridge Collapses Shanghai, (/P)—Two newlyweds and 11 guests to their wedding feast were killed Tuesday when a St.Josepii ST.JOS6PH ASPIRIN FOR CHILDREN It'sorange- f lavored, • Easy to I give right dosage. 50 tablets. 35c bus fell through a wooden bridge near Shanghai. The Chinese wedding party was enroute to nearby Taichang, the hometown of the bridegroom, when they reached the rickety old bridge, the driver suggested they lighten the bus by walking across They refused. The bus broke the bridge in 2. Only the driver escaped. He was hurt seriously. BIG CONTRIBUTOR Washington, (/P) — One lowan was included in a list of larae contributors to the democratic party, released Monday by the democratic national committee He was Arthur Sanford, Sioux City, who was listed as having donated $1,000 to the party since Nov. 2. '•••••••^^^^^^ IT'S TRUE...HERE AND NOW! New Hudson $ FOR ONLY 2286 23 DELIVERED HERE FULLY EQUIPPED 1. Immediate delivery of some models 2. With only such accessories as you order • 3. Cash or time payments 4. With or without trade-in 5. Good allowance if you have a trade-in LAPINER MOTOR CO. 125 South Delaware * Four-door Sedan, 121 h.p. Super-Six. Price may vary slightly in adjoining /> areas due to transporta- lion charges. i Phone 1182 BE SAFE! NOT SORRY! When They Lock They're Locked HEAVY STEEL TWIST LINK A complete tire chain of fine quality with welded side chains. Positive lock with spring take-up action. We Took AH The Factory Could Make To Get This Low Price For YOU1 ALL METAL BLADES ALL METAL GUARDS Easily installed on your steering wheel post or dash panel. A real defroster at Lower Living Cost Prkes. curt Legislature Probably Will Continue Sales Tax on Food (Editor's note: this is another in a series of stories on possible legislative action in the next General Assembly.) By GERALD BOGAX Iowa Daily Press Writer DCS Moines, (IDPA) —An Iowa Daily Press association survey of (owa legislators indicates that "here is little likelihood of the general assembly eliminating food :rom the state sales tax. Asked if they favored elimina- :ion of sales tax on food, 54 of the 79 house members who answered ;aid no, 21 answered yes, 2 were undecided and 2 did not answer. Among the 26 senators who responded, 14 said no, 9 said yes, 2 were undecided and one did not answer. Governor-elect .William- S. Beardsley advocated exemption' of food from the sales tax in his primary and general election campaigns. He has indicated he will ask the legislature for support of his plan, which he maintains is vorkable and will bring relief to ;ome families which spent a large Dortion of their income on food. Dne of the biggest objections to food exemption is that it would complicate bookkeeping on the part of grocers. However, several stales do exempt food items. Iowa is one of 27 states which collects a itate sales tax. They range from one to 3 cents. Suggests Reduction One house member suggested that if any reduction is made it should be an across-the-board reduction to one per cent, or one-half the present tax. Iowa democrats support such a plan. Another representative said if any change is made the first tax collected should be raised to 41 cents "which would eliminate the tax on bread and milk." The Iowa tax is collected on all sales of 15 cents or more, the bracketing system being set oy the tax commission. The brac- <ets have not been changed since the tax first was collected. One senator said he would favor .he plan "if finances will permit," and another suggested that medicinal and burial expenses be added to the exemption list. There have been indications in some grocery association circles that Beardsley's proposal will meet strong opposition not only from some food dealers but from other associations such as hardware dealers, clothing merchants, and implement dealers who will try to RADIO SERVICE «6IST.ST.,S.E. .TEU.IO79, DON'T SPARE THE GREASE or you'll spoil the car. Drive into our service station for a grease job of light winter weight grease, and oil change. AL & DICK'S SERVICE Albert (AD Lansing Richard (Dick) Scholl Your Sinclair Dealer get their products en the exemption list. Record Collection Sales tax collections for the first 11 months of this year totaled $47,031,163, and a new record for the calendar year is in sight. Oi this amount, an estimated $11,000,000 was for food items, which under the Beardsley proposal would be exempt. One veteran legislator said he 'as opposed to all sales taxes as violating one of the fundamentals of a fair tax—ability to pay. Said the legislator: "The sales lax was saddled upon the people of Iowa by democrats, and republicans fought several losing campaigns on that important issue. Now. even though one is opposed to the sales tax on principle, he is confronted with the fact that the millions of dollars it raises are committed and necessary to operate our state government. The sales tax helps pay old age assistance and the homestead exemption. If we remove the sales lax on food it would seem that we will have to find another source for such revenue and what could this source be but another tax? Eliminating the sales tax on food is a splendid idea, but it comes rather late." Over 500 Bills Are Introduced Delegate Calls for Hawaiian Statehood Washington, (U.R)—An avalanche of bills—perhaps more than 500— fell into the house hopper on the first day of the 81st congress. Hawaiian Delegate Joseph Farrington introduced 24 bills. They included legislation to grant statehood to Hawaii and citizenship for residents of Guam and Samoa. He also proposed a one-year extension of the law permitting soldiers to bring their foreign brides here. Rep. John W. McCormack, (D.-Mass.), the democratic majority leader, introduced legislation to reform the procedure under which witnesses are called before congressional committees. His resolution would allow any person to file a sworn statement with'any committee if he believes his reputation has been damaged by previous testimony. He would also have a right to testify in his own behalf, to call his own witnesses, and to cross-examine those who testified against him. Others who introduced bills included: Rep. L. Mendel Rivers, (D.-S. Car.) to repeal the federal tax on oleomargarine. Bus, Trolley Operators in Strike Vote Milwaukee, (U.R) — Milwaukee was threatened with a complete Sieup of transportation Tuesday as city bus and streetcar drivers announced they were ready to strike "at a moment's notice." The drivers voted 2,184 to 248 Monday night to authorize a strike at any time to back their demands for a 15 cent hourly wage increase. Officers of the AFL Streetcar and Busmen's union said the walkout could come suddenly. As the union geared for a par- alysing strike, the Wisconsin employment relations studied the possibility of invoking the state utility anti-strike law to prevent a breakdown in transportation. The union cut its demand from 34 cents an hour to 15 but the best the transport company offered was 7. If the strike comes, it will be completely effective. The company's president said no arrangements have been made to keep the service going in spite of a walkout. Pleads Not Guilty of Evading Taxes Des Moines, (£>)__otto J. Hill, Des Moines apartment house owner, pleaded innocent in federal court Monday to a charge of evading $45,880.40 in federal income taxes. Judge Charles A. Dewey set Hill's trial for the April term of court. Hill is at liberty on a $5,000 bond. RALLY Saturday, Jan. 8 7:30 P. M. Sunday, Jen. 9 3:00 P. M. X01-203 North Federal SMITH'S Drapery Store 520 No. Federal Plume 5792 OPEN FRIDAY EVF.N1NGS BV APPOINTMENT DRAPERIES & SLIPCOVERS Made to Order 1. CORRELLATED PATTERNS iu florals . . . plains . . . stripes 2. DRAPERIES handmade or machine stitched 3. TRX OUR SAMPLE LENGTHS IN YOUR HOME 4. WE HAVE THE NEW EFFICIENT BADGER TRAVERSE RODS Let as take your measurements, make your draperies, install your traverse rods and hang your draperies. Immediate delivery. READY MADE DRAPERIES 6.95 Pr. VENETIAN BLINDS Will Beautify Your Home or Office Your Choice of • 4 STYLES and PRICES. • 10 COLORS of SLATS with MATCHING TAPES. • SOMETHING NEW IN DRAPERY BRACKETS. We will gladly measure your windows and make FREE ESTIMATES . . NO OBLIGATION. • ASK ABOUT OUR LAUNDRY AND REPAIR SERVICE • VENETIAN BLIND MFG. & SHADE CO. Visit Us or Phone 64 719 North Commercial Wants Fair Practice Code for Spy Group Washington, (U.R)—R e p. Chet Holifield, (D.-CaL), Monday introduced a bill designed to establish a new code of fair procedure for the house un-American activities committee. While Holifield's resolution was aimed particularly at the un- American activities committee, it would apply to all house investigative committees. The resolution calls upon Speaker Sam Ray burn to appoint •* 7 member special committee—4 democrats and 3 republicans—to make a study of committee investigative procedures. The special committee would report back to the house by March 1 with its recommendation. Holifield's resolution is in line with an administration-b a c k e d drive to clip the wings of the un- American activities committee. Gunman Pays for Murders Goes to Death in Electric Chair Columbus, Ohio, (/P) — Robert Murl Daniels died in the electric chair Monday night—a far different youth than the cocky gunman captured 5 months ago at Van Wert, Ohio. The 24 year old Columbus slayer was pale and visibly shaken as he walked into the death chamber at Ohio penitentiary, leaning heavily on the arm of the Rev. C. V. Lucier, prison Catholic chaplain. Gone was his cockiness and natty dress displayed shortly after his capture July 23 at a roadblock 6 miles northeast of Van Wert. His pale face stood out from the drab prison clothing he was wearing Monday night when he paid with his life for the triple murder of John Niebel, 52, head of the Mansfield reformatory farm, his wife, Nolanda, and their daugh- er, Phyliss, 21. Daniels posed and talked readily 'or cameramen and reporters vhen he was captured. He bragged o newsmen: "Give me credi'. for the Niebels." Ready Forms for Vet Bonus Navy Payments May Be Delayed DCS Monies, UJ.R) — Application Blanks for bonus payments will be distributed to Iowa veterans organizations as soon as the statt bonus board gets operating funds, Board Chairman Chet B. Akers said Monday night. Akers, state auditor, spoke on a panel at a Des Moines American Legion post'meeting. Frost P. Patterson, Fontanelle, commander of the Iowa American Legion, said every Legion post will help veterans fill out the blanks. Adj. Gen. Charles H. Grahl said no problems are likely in prompt payment of $10 monthly domestic service allotments. But difficulties in determining overseas service for navy and marine veterans may mean delays in the $12.50 monthly payments for this service. State Senator George M. Faul (R-Des Moines) described his bill, to be introduced as soon as the legislature convenes Jan. 10, to finance the bonus from the state surplus instead of from bonds and a state property tax. Truck Goes Wild When Control Lost IMS Angeles, (U.R)—Malcolm S. Hare lost control of his giant truck and trailer Monday night as he vheeled along San Fernando road. n quick succession, the big truck: Snatched a parked car out of a voman's hands as she was locking he door, demolishing the car; Rammed a fire hydrant and sent ip a geyser of water; Snapped off 2 telephone poles, bringing down wires for 2 blocks; Mowed down 3 big trees and a 100-foot steel fence; Came to rest in a vacant lot 200 feet down the road. Hare was taken to Van Nuys receiving hospital with head injuries, shock and a ticket for making an unsafe lane change. Blind Man Builds Home for Himself Tampa, Fla., (ff>)— Melvin F. Jones, blind since 1931, will dedicate on Thursday the home he built for himself and his sightless wife. "It can be done—even by a blind man," reads the sign he set up in his front yard when he began the house 10 years ago. In those 10 years he has completed n frame bungalow which i"ould do credit to a man with sight. The house is wired for electricity throughout, has modern plumbing and is furnished attractively. "You can't realize until you have lost your sight how much can be done without it," Jones said. The house is on one of Tampa's main thoroughfares. Passersby used to be astonished to see Jones hammering nails when it. was almost pitch dark. Jones had his own construction business here until he was blinded when a piece of flying glass struck him. Delay Is Granted in Thomas Trial Washington, (U.R)—The trial of Rep. J. Parnell Thomas, (R.-N. J.), on salary kickback charges, was postponed Monday until Jan. 17 so it can be determined when iis health will permit him to stand Defense counsel for the former chairman of the house un-American activities committee told district court that Thomas will enter Waller Reed hospital. A physician's affidavit: was submitted to the court stating that Thomas lias been suffering from a recurring internal hemorrhage which could prove fatal. Funeral Tuesday for Ackley Farm Woman Ackley — Funeral services for Mrs. Menno Mennenga, 38, were held Tuesday afternoon at the home and at St. John's Evangelica' and Reformed church. She died at the Lutheran hospital in Hampton following an operation. She lived on a farm northeast of Ackley. Mrs. Mennenga was born a' Joice Oct. 2, 1909, and was married at Lake Mills to Menno Mennenga Feb. 12, 1939. Besides her husband she leaves her parents, Mr and Mrs. Axel Bergdale of Conger, Minn., 5 sisters, Mrs. Roy Behonek, Conger, Minn.; Mrs Maurice Miller and Miss Norma Bergdale, Mason City; Mrs. Car Moser, Pomona, Cal.; Mrs. FranI Curtis, Potana, Cal., and 4 brothers, Carl Bergdale, Clear Lake Alfred Bergdale, Hanlontown Gust Bergdale, Ellendale, Minn, and Marlin Bergdale, Gettysburg Pa. Find Hattman Was Engaged To Have Wed Airline Hostess in Spring St. Louis, (/P)—Byron C. Hattman, who was slain in a love quarrel in his Cedar Rapids, Iowa hotel room last month, was engaged to marry an airline stewardess. The stewardess is Miss Mary Buckley, 23, of St. Louis, an em- ploye of Pan-American World Airways. Confirmation of the engagemen was made by Hattman's father John C. Hattman of Coraopolis Pa., Monday, in a long distance telephone conversation with thi Globe-Democrat. Friends of Mis Buckley said the wedding was t have taken place in the spring. Hattman died of a knife wound suffered in a fight in his Cedar Rapids hotel room Dec. 14. Dr. Robert C. Rutledge, St. Louis physician, who was arrested in his St. Louis apartment 4 days later, admitted killing Hattman. Dr. Rutledge said the trouble between the 2 resulted from Hattman's attentions to Mrs. Rutledge. Mrs. Rutledge, 23, admitted having dates with Hattman. Rutledge has been charged with murder in a warrant issued by Cedar Rapids authorities. An extradition hearing will be held Thursday in Missouri Governor Phil Donnelly's office in Jefferson City. TAKE DAY OFF Washington, (U.R)—The 81st con- ress, which convened Monday, vas taking the day off Tuesday. Neither house nor senate was in ession. They will meet jointly at icon Wednesday to hear President Truman's state of the union rues- age. On the Radio Beam A new frequency modulation •adio station recently made Us de- jut in Minnesota, joining the more than 700 FM stations now on the air in the United States. The St. Cloud, Minn., Times is now on the air with its FM affiliate KFAM-FM, broadcasting with 50,000 watt on 104.7 megacycles— or channel 284. A permit for an AM station, meanwhile, has been granted to the New Uhn, Minn., Journal to operate daytime only with 1,000 watts at 860 kilocycles. TUESDAY NIGHT NETWORK (HIGHLIGHTS) ABC—7:00 Youth Asks the Government? 1:15 Earl Godwin; 7:SO Town Meeting; 8:SO Views of the New*; K:45 Detroit Symphony; l>:30 Let Freedom Rlnj; 9:40 Serenafiu for Strings. CBS—<i:30 Bob Crosby's Club 15; fi:15 Edward R. Murrow With the News: 7:1)0 M>«tery Theater; 7:31) Mr. and Mrs. North; 8:00 You Are There; 8:30 Morey Amsterdam; 9:00 lilt Jackpot; 9:30 Frankle Carle's Orchestra. MBS—7:00 Gcorfe O'Hunlan; 7:30 Official Detective; 8:00 Gabriel Header; 8:15 Mutual Newsreel; 8:30 Lone Wolf; D:(ll) American Forum. NBC—7:00 This Your Life; 7:30 Alan Younjf Show; 8:00 Bob Hope; 8:30 Fibber McGee and Molly; 0:00 Blf Town; 9:30 People Are Funny. KSMN RUGS need CLEANING to Insure Long Life and Extra Beauty LYONS RUG CLEANING Department is equipped to give you scientific cleaning, guaranteed on all types of rugs. Phone GOO Democrats Lose Money in 1948 Washing-ton, (IP) —T h e demo- c r a t i c national committee reported Monday it would up its victorious year of 1948 with less money than it had at the start. The year-end financial statement filed with congress showed $315,367 in the bank on Jan. 1, 1948, and $180,914 there on Dec. 31, as the party renewed its white house lease and regained control of congress. It is estimated that only 1 out of 3 persons suffering from rheumatism in the United States receives treatment by a physician. BUD SUTER broadcasts Basketball • M. C. TROJANS vs. EAGLE GROVE J. C. Tuesday 8:15 P. M. Presented By Mid-West Roofing Co. S. & R. Chevrolet Co. over KGLO-FM 101.1 Megacycles Dial 1010 Wednesday A. M. 7:45 Musical TNT, Outlet Store K:0n News "Chuck" Lennan Bakery 8:15 Musical TNT, Iowa Shoe Brokerage 8:30 Musical TNT, B. F. Goodrich Co. 8:45 Musical TNT U:IIO Musical TNT, Raizp- D<:pt. Store !>:ir> Musical TN 1 ", v,iear Lake Bakery 9:30 Miisicr; i'NT 10:00 News 10:05 Algona Hour 11:00 Kitchen Kwlz Klub, Pfaff Baklnr 11:15 Music Fnr the Mrs. 11;30 Party Line, Gamble Store* Wednesday P. M. 12:00 Noonday Serenade J2:10 U. P. Commentary, Laplner Motors 12:15 Noonday News, low.t Hardware Mu- tuals 32:30 Rural Roundup 13:45 Kural Uoundup, Harold Motor, Inc. 1:00 Charles City Hour 2:00 Brilt Hour :;::)« Iowa Falls On the Air 3:00 News ;i:05 Iowa Falls On the Air (Continued) 3:15 Pipes of Melody :t:30 United Council of Church .Women 3:45 Requestfully Yours 4:4"> Afternoon Serenade, Cluli Lido 5:00 Sinn Off Tuesday P. M. 4:00 1490 Club 4:-I.'. The Story I.ady 5:00 Adventure Parade n:l."> Supunnan 5:30 Cnptaiu Midnight r>:45 Tom Mix Straight Shoolers <!:<!« Fulton Lewis, '.rr.. News 0:15 Sports Hi-Uitt'S li::iO V. F. W. Speaks 0:45 Hospitality Time 7:00 Reflections in Melody T:S5 Ky Gardner Says: H:00 Gabriel Heatter 8:15 Mutual Newsreel 0:30 The Lone Wolf 8:r>r> IlHI Henry, Xew.i 9:00 American Forum of the Air 9:30 George O'Hanlon Show HI: 110 News 10:1!> Chuck Foster's Orchestra 10:30 Lawrence Welk's Orchestra 10:55 News 11:00 Buddy DeVHo's Orchestra 11:30 Emil Coleman's Orchestra 11:55 News 12:00 SiRii Off Wednesday A. M. 6:00 Farm Frolic Time 6:15 Jerry Smith «:3(l News and Markets (5:40 Farm Frolic Time 7:IW New* 7:15 R vcillc Rhythm 8:f.fi jVswi B:1S Tell Your Neighbor H : :HI Voole's Paradise 8:55 Today in History !):00 Lady Next Door !>:lf> Moments of Devotion 9:30 Kitchen Klatter 9:45 Waltz Time 111:01) Pasting Parade 10:15 Fashions in Hhythm 10:30 Gabriel Ilealter'n Mallbar 10:45 Lanny Ross Show 11:00 Kate Smith Speak* 11:15 Kate Smith Sintfs 11 - 30 Luncheon at Sardi's 11:45 News Wednesday P. M. 12:00 Preiildent Truman: "State til the Union Mesiaje" 12:45 P- :io Farm Journal 1:00 < c iieen For a Day 1:30 Listen Ladiea 1:45 The LIUIc Show 2:!5 Grain Reporter 2:20 Newt 2:30 Bntlroom In the Sky 3:00 Don Reid's Orchestra 3:30 Vocal VisIIor 3:45 Two-Ton Uakcr Singing-emcee Crosby . . . (6:30 p. m. Mon.-Fri.) Singing-emcee Bob Crosby and company bring listeners a half-hour of popular songs each evening on "Club 15." * Analysis of the News . . . (6:45 p. m. Mon.-Fri.) Edward R. Murrow presents a summary and analysis of the news each evening over CBS the week beginning Monday, Jan. 3rd. * Mystery Theater ... (7 p. m.) "The Fabulous Garage Murder Case" will be told on "Mystery Theater." The program is produced by Frank and Anne Hummert. if Mr. & Mrs. North . . . (7:30 p. m.) The man in the street, subject of many a radio audience participation show, is key man in the "Mr. & Mrs. North" mystery show. Joseph Curtin and Alice Frost are the stars. * Basketball . .'-. (8:15 p; m. FM Only) Bud Suter, assisted by Stan Torgerson, will ^ive a play by play account r . the Junior College vs. Eagle rove basketball game. • Hit the Jackpot ... (9 p. m.) Contestants try (o give the correct answer to the "Secret Saying" on "Hit the Jackpot" and win thousands of dollars worth of merchandise. Daily Schedule For KGLO + KGLO-FM Tuesday P. M. 5:00 : IS .X :00 i:15 :30 :45 :00 :30 :00 :30 :00 :30 :00 :lfl :30 :00 :05 :30 00 6:00 fi:li:i 0:07 0:30 6:40 7:00 7:15 7:30 8:15 8:30 9:30 9 :•:.-> (0:00 10:15 Hi:!!!) 10:45 11:00 11:15 11:45 i2:00 1 2 :<).•> 1:00 1:15 1:30 1:45 2:00 2:30 2:45 3:00 3:2fi 3:30 4:00 •TIB 4:30 4:45 Bob Clausen Show Herb Shriner Show, Miles Laboratories, CBS Sports Camera, Mason City Gtolie- Gazctte News, P. G. * E. (Kew) Postmark Mason City, Mason Citjr Chamber of Commerce Club In, Campbell Soups, CBS News, Edward R. Murrow, Campbell Soups, CBS Mystery Theater, Sterling Drag, CBS Mr. and Mrs. North, Collate Co, CBS "You Are There," CBS Morey Amsterdam Show, CBS Hit the Jackpot, Chrysler Corp., CBS Dance Orchestra, CBS News, First National Bank (Kew) Friendly Time, Grain Belt Beer Moonlight Memoirs News, CBS Chuck Foster's Orchestra, CBS Gardiner Benedict's Orchestra. CBS News, CBS Wednesday A. M. Sign On News Morning Rouser Farm Reporter, State Brand Creameries, Inc. (Hilton) News, Tyler-Ryan Furniture (Har-' rcr) Rhythm Roundup, Zenor Motor C«. On the Farm, Atlis-Chalmeri Co. Keep Time with Damoni Holsum Headlines, Holsurn Breai (HoshnI) Yesterday's Manic, Cool Spring Canning Co. Today In Osajrc Bible Broadcast, Rudlo Chapel Clear Lake On the Air Coffee Time liitcheh Club, Ptrfrx News Ufjeyl, Jacob K. Decker and Sons (Harrer) "Tater" Quiz, Hlland Potato Chips Grand Slam, Wonder Bread, CBS MJci-Mornine Varieties Wendy Warren, General Foods, CBB Betsy ROSB Serenade, Pfaff Baking Company Home Town News, Nash Coffee Co. (Iloshal) Harvester Hook-Up Time, International Harvester Co. Wednesday P. M. Markets The Man on the Street, Prllrhard Motor Co. Noon Roundup, Currlc.s' .Vew.», Ofca Itrtif (Hilton) Farm and Home Topic Time, St. Paul Livestock Co. The Second Mrs. Burtnn, General Foods, CBS The Friendly Philosopher, Afanhall and Swift This Is Nora Drake, The Ton) Co., CBS Mystery Melody Game Arthur Godfrey Time, Chesterfield CifareU, CBB Aunt Jenny, Lever Bros., CBS Blng Sings Hint Hunt, Armour A Co., CBS News, Holfinm Bread Vour l.ucky Strike, Lncky Strfk* Clfarets, CBS Arthur Godfrey Time, Gold Seaf Wax, CBS Arlhur Godfrey Time, Nahlicn, CRS Hilltop House, Miles laboratories, CBS KGLO Forxmi

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