Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 30, 1948 · Page 17
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Soys Streets Should Be Made Wavy Madison, Wis., (U.R) _ cities traffic nnr,r, Q t- iT lor P arks and lawn: *%£* C ™*^™*y\°' houses, he said. series of S-shaped curves. Streets would approach each other at an angle, merge for 200 or 300 feet and separate at an angle. With one-way streets and regulated speeds in the merged sections, traffic could flow faster and hazards could be avoided, he claimed. The wavy streets should be located close together in business sections and moved farther apart in residential areas to leave room for parks and lawns between rows ' str ea or straight, according to a McGill University professor -> S^ f ' B ° dgan Zaborski proposed - -js plan, ou tlinccl Tues- r* nt0 th u e AssociE »tion of American Geographers meeting here, would eliminate hazardou, street doss^ --i aying out str eets in a Steal $600 From Osceola Couple Osceola, (U.R) — Clarke county authorities Wednesday sought 3 men who robbed a farm couple of $600, then fled on foot after cutting telephone wires and warning the couple not to leave their house. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert German, both about 50, did not report the Monday robbery until Tuesday. They said one of the men called at their out-of-the-way farm home pretending he wanted to borrow some gas for his car. The other 2 men, one armed with a long knife, then searched German's pockets and made the couple produce §600 hidden in an envelope. Predicts 275 New Year's Auto Deaths Washington, (U.R)—The American Automobile association predicted Wednesday that about 275 persons will die in traffic accidents over the New Year's weekend. George R. Hammond, AAA safe- ty official here, said nnother ff.OOO persons probably would be injured "unless radical changes are made in the law of averages and motoring habits generally." His advice: "To start the New Year right, instead of 'tight,' avoid any drinking of alcoholic beverages if you're going to drive." Northwestern Bell to Increase Stock Omaha, Nebr., (U.R)—The Northwestern Bell Telephone Co., will increase its capital stock by $50,000,000 to a total of $175,000,000, Russell J. Hop!ey, company president, announced Tuesday. Authorization for the increase was voted at a stockholders' meeting Tuesday -t Des Moines, Iowa, Hopley said. New CROSLEY Models are here Now! HUNDREDS OF IMPROVEMENTS! NEW CROSLEY DtLox* Stdan [j a detigner'sdnfam, modern speed- j lino jtyting, tweop fender. New, rich Inferior with choice fabric uphol- tfery. Seat* 4 wilh ampl* luggage room. NEW CROSLEY Station Wagon with larg«r, longer body lines making If* country club tiyling jmarter than ever. New luxury interior op- poinJmenti. Seatj 4, or 2 with y t ton load. All-iteel. No increato in price. Crosley leads the way with the smartest car you've ever seen — the smartest buy you can make. The new Crosley is truly a fine car, inside and out. Sleek new lines. Style- wise rich interiors. A triumph of American design. The new Crosley is an exciting car — roomy, easy-riding, as lively as it looks. And now Crosley, the leader in high compression, gives you an engine with 7.8 to 1 compression ratio. That means even more power, even better hill climbing and greater economy — up to 50 miles on a gallon of regular gasoline. • You can own a new Crosley for the price of art 8-year-old, high-upkeep used car! Come in—see all 5 new Crosley models, including the Pickup and Panel Delivery. NEW CROSLEY Club Convertible for 4 hat all the refinement! and deft touches that distinguish Crosley as a truly fine car. Big luggage compartment. The ea«y-lo-handle top can be raised or lowered in a [Iffy. 1619 So. Federal Ave. CLFIKE "You See Them Everywhere CORY and HILLS MOTORS Phone 5520 r Most Folks Prefer Service Optical for Their Eye Care Big Selection of Stylized Eyewear at Sensible Prices IT'S WISE TO ECONOMIZE THOUSANDS OF SATISFIED IOWANS HAVE SAVED OVER $1,000,000 DEALING WITH SERVICE OPTICAL B COME IN NOW FOR A GOOD EYE TEST AND A FRANK OPINION BY Dr. Milo Coffman Optometrist Dr. Coffman is a graduate of Northern Illinois College of Optometry. Licensed by the State or Iowa. • No Appointment Necessary COMPLETE OPTICAL SERVICE AT SERVICE OPTICAL CO. We Examine Your Eyes and Fit Your Glasses at This Office All the Latest Styles at Reasonable Prices USE OUR REPAIR DEPT. All Lenses Ground in Our Own Laboratories. FINE QUALITY GLASSES AT LOWER PRICES Nationalist Leaders Called for Emergency Conference Nanking, (/P)—From all corners of China Wednesday came nationalist military leaders to talk war or peace with Chiang Kai-shek. The aging president, urged by many to quit, called the conference. It probably will start Thursday. On its decision may rest the future of nationalist China, beset on the north by conquering communists. Even as the warlords, generals and leaders arrived in Nanking, a government source revealed that a red underground organization was hard at work only 2 miles from the capital. A hint that Chiang, or his nationalist leaders under a new chief, would carry on the fight came late in the day. Gen. Chen Cheng, former army chief of staff, was appointed governor of Formosa by the executive yuan (council). His appointment, plus Ihe fact the navy and air force have moved some of their headquarters units to the big island off the coast half way between Shanghai and Canton, might presage flight of Chiang's government there if Nan- king is attacked. North of the Yangtze it appeared almost all over for Chiang's men. A few pockets held out, notably in Peiping and Tientsin, and Gen. Tu Li-Min's red-surrounded force 50 miles south of Suchow. None seemed to have any chance of getting out. IOWA'S LARGEST RETAIL OPTICIANS Main Office and Laboratories — Des Moines • Branches Throughout Iowa . I 207 South Federal Mason City I Marshall Goes Home After Operation Washington, (/P) — Secretary of State Marshall left Walter Reed hospital Tuesday, 3 weeks after he underwent a kidney operation. Accompanied by Mrs. Marshall, he left by plane at 1 p. m. (CST) for their home at Pinehurst, N. C. Mrs. Marshall entered the hospital last week to undergo tests and to be with him over the Christmas holidays. Hospital physicians have said Marshall faces a long period of recuperation. There has been no authoritative word whether he may be able to return to his state department post, if at all. Shoe Thief Foiled St. Louis, (U.R)—The thief who stole 5 sample cases from the auto of Edwin J. Freimuth, shoe salesman, didn't get much, as is usual in such thefts. There were 117 shoes, all for the right foot. SUTER broadcasts Basketball • MOHAWKS VS. DUBUQUE • Wednesday 8:15 P. M. Presented By Mid-West Roofing Co. S. & R. Chevrolet Co. over KGLO-FM 101.1 Megacycles Trees Again Reprieved From Axe Des Moines, (/P)—Twenty - one Oskaloosa property owners filed a $10,000 bond with the Iowa supreme court Tuesday afternoon, thus preventing temporarily the removal of a large number of aged shade trees. Contingent upon the filing of the bond by Tuesday, the court recently directed the state highway commission not to proceed with the tree removal until the court can hear an appeal. The property owners also were directed to cause no delay in the hearing of the appeal. However, no deadline was set for the arguments. The bond is to cover any damages suffered by the commission or the firm which has the contract for the tree removal in a highway widening project, should the court eventually permit the tree removal. Take Troops From Korea Force May Be Cut as Much as Half Washington, (fP)— The army said Tuesday night it is withdrawing a "portion" of its troop strength from Korea, and there were indications the force might be reduced by as much as half. It announced plans for a "general regrouping of U. S. army forces serving under General MacArthur," including the transfer of the 7th infantry division from Koi-ea to Japan. The "current reduction and regrouping" of forces in Korea of which the United States and Russia each occupy half, was made possible by several factors, the announcement said, including: Establishment in the U. S. zone of a government for the republic of Korea; its assumption of responsibilities; the United Nations declaration on Dec. 12 that the government "is the only lawful one in Korea;" the ability of the Korean constabulary, civil police and coast guard to handle the recent uprising at Yosu, in southern Korea. The army said that "in the contemplated regrouping of forces troops of the 7th infantry division will be moved from Korea to Japan in several echelons to replace the llth airborne division which is being moved to the United States for tentative station at Camp Campbell, Ky." Recover 4 Bodies From Plane Wreck Detroit, (U.R)—Michigan nationa guard officials Wednesday said that 4 mangled bodies had been recovered from the wreckage o: the B-26 bomber which crashec and exploded 5 miles short of the Wayne county airport. • Guardsmen and state police searched through the litter to determine whether other persons were aboard the plane. It was returning from a training flight to McDill field, Tampa, Fla. Two of the dead were identified as Capt. Charles L. Parham, 26 Dearborn, Mich., the pilot,%nd Is Lt. Donald A. Streeter, the navigator. The others were. Cpl. John Cinko, Homestead, Pa., and Pfc Donald C. Radtke, Detroit. Both were believed to be aerial hitchhikers who boarded the plane a McDill field. MR. IOWA CITIZEN Hear Mr. Arch McFarlane Dean of the Iowa Legislature in his revealing discussion of "THE UNFORTUNATE WARDS OF THE STATE" KXEL Thursday, December 30—7:15 P. M. To Know Fowa Best, Keep Tuned to KXEL 1540 on your dial See Atomic Ship Power in 6 Years Chicago, (U.R)—Officials of the bVestinghouse Electric corporation jslimated Wednesday it would ake from 2 to 6 years to design and build an atomic engine to power warships. The engine would revolutionize naval warfare by permitting fleets to stay at sea indefinitely. Alfouse Tammaro, manager of :he commission's office here, announced that a letter contract was given Westinghouse to co-operate with the atomic energy commission's Argonne national laboratory here for development of an experimental naval engine "within the shortest practical time." The experimental engine, he laid, will be developed to meet specifications of construction and performance laid' down by the navy department bureau of ships. Keenan Appointed to Represent U. S. on UN Committee Kansas City, Mo., (U.R)—Presi- dent Truman Tuesday appointed Joseph B. Keenan, Washington attorney, to be U. S. representative on the United Nations conciliation commission for Palestine. Keenan, who served as chief U. S. prosecutor for the trial of war criminals in Japan, will serve with representatives from France and Turkey on the three-member commission. The appointee, a native of Pawtucket, R. I., was an assistant to attorney general from 1936 to 1939 and has practiced law in Washington since. 5 Fined for Having Loaded Guns in Car New Hampton—Five men and 2 juveniles were arrested Sunday by T. L. Berkley, state conservation officer, for having loaded guns in their car. The 5 men pleaded guilty and were fined $10 and costs in justice court. They are Russell Wood and Gilbert L. Welch, both of Bassett; William Mehlman of Charles City; Owen Liddel and Ralph Johnson, both of Nashua. Hayfield—Mr. and Mrs. Joe Clark and daughter of Aberdeen, S. Dak., visited relatives here recently. On the Radio Beam WEDNESDAY NIGHT NETWORK HIGHLIGHTS ABC—(1:30 Lono Ranger; 7:OD Original Amateur Hour; 8:00 Texaco Star Theater; 8:30 Groucho Marx Show; 0:(IO rhlloo Radio Time; 9:30 aiere- dith Wlllson. CBS—fi:M Bob Crosby/«._G ! u b 15; 6:45 Edward It. M u r r o w With the News; 7:00 Mr. Chameleon; 7:30 Ilr. Christian; 8:00 Your Sonj and Mine; 8:30 Harvest of Stars; D:00 Times a Wastin;' 9:30 Capitol Cloak Room. MBS—7:<m Can You Top This? 7:30 High Adventure; 8:00 Gabriel Heatter; 9-.HO Family Theater; 9:00 Manhattan Playhouse. NBC—7:00 Blondle; 7:30 The Great Gll- derslecvc; 8:01) D u 11 y's Tavern; 8:80 District Attorney; 0:00 The Ble Story; 0:30 Curtain Time. Good Listening On KSMN DUI 1010 Thursday A. M. 7:30 Musical TNT, Outlet Store 7:45 Musical TNT 8:00 News, "Chuck" Lennan Bakery 8:ir> Musical TNT, Iowa Shoe Brokerage 8:30 Musical TNT, B. F. Goodrich 8:45 Musical TNT 9:00 Musical TNT, Raizes Dept. Store 8:15 Musical TNT, Clear Lake Bakery 9:30 Time lor Three-Quarter Time 9:45 The Lenny Herman Quintet 10:00 News Ifl.'Oo The Algona Hour ll:«n Kitchen Kwli Klub, Pfaff Bikini 11:15 Music for the Mrs. 11:30 Party Line, Gamble Stores Thursday P. M. 12:00 Noonday Serenade 13:10 U. 1>. Commentary, Capitol Sales 12:15 Noonday News, Efgcrt and Thomas 12:30 Rural Roundup ~ 12:J5 Rural Roundup, ilaruld Motors, Inc. 1:00 Charles City Hour 2:00 Brltt Hour 2:.'<0 Iowa Falls on the Air 3:00 News 3:i;> Pipes of Melody 3:30 U. S. Navy Band 4:00 Requcstfully Yours 4:45 Sign Oil KICM ON YOUR DIAL Wednesday P.M. 5:00 Adventure Parade 5:15 Superman r>;30 Captain Midnight r>:45 Tom Mix G-.Ofl Fultcin Lewis, Jr., Newi 6:15 Sports Hi-Lites C:30 Robert HurJelgh. News G:<)5 Hospitality Time 7:00 Hillbilly Hit Parade 7:55 Ily Gardner Says: 8:00 BASKETBALL: "Mohawks" i Dubuque 0:30 Can You Top This? 10:00 Newt 10:15 Joe De Salvo's Orchestra 10:30 Henry Jerome's Orchestra 10:55 News 11:00 Jack Finn's Orchestra 11:30 Michael Zarin's Orchestra 11:45 Noro Morales' Orchestra 11:55 News 12:00 Sign Off Thursday A.M. fi:00 Fnrm Frolic Time fi:15 Jerry Smith'' li::!0 News and Market! fi:40 Farm Frolic Time 7:00 News 7:15 Moments of Devotion 7:30 Reveille Rhythms 8:00 News 8:15 Tell Your Ncifihbor 8:30 Foole's Paradise 8:55 Today in History 9:00 Lady Next Door 9:15 Faith Jn Our Time 0:30 Kitchen Klatter 0:43 Walt?. Time 10:00 Passing Parade , 10:15 Fashions In Rhythm IO:.'iO Gabriel Heatter'* Mallbaj 10:45 Lanny Ross Show )!:<><> Kate .Smith Sjxaki 11:1T> Kate Smith Sings ll-lil) "Happy New Year" 11:45 Lunchtimc Serenade Thursday P. M. 12:00 New* 12:15 Mid-Day Review 12:30 Radio Farm Journal 1:00 Queen For a Day !:30 "Listen Ladles" 1:45 The Little Show 2:15 Grain icporter 2:20 News 2:30 nalJrnom In the Sky 3:00 T>ii- Happy Ornj 11.30 Vocal " 'Isitor •* ". Two-Ton Baker Mystery - Adventure ... {7 p.m.) Mr. Chameleon, the man of many faces, solves "The Case of Death and the Talking Parrot," in tonight's thrilling adventure. Karl Swenson (above) stars as "Mr. Chameleon." if Dr. Christian ... (7:30 p.m.) "Shirt Baby," an original radio play, is heard on the "Dr. Christian" program. The prize-winning script was written by Mrs Elizabeth Lewjs, Springfield, 111. Guest Evelyn MacGregor ... (8 p.m.) Evelyn MacGregor is the guest contralto in a varied program of popular music on "Your Song and Mine." M. C. vs. Dubuque . . . (8:15 p.m. - FM Only) Tune in KGLO-FM for the entire basketball game—Mason City vs. Dubuque—at Roosevelt Fi^ld- house. * Harvest of Stars . . . (8:30 p.m.) The gayety of the holiday season pervades "Harvest of Stars" as Metropolitan opera Tenor James Melton, with Dr. Frank Black conducting the symphonic orchestra, presents hit songs from "A Date With Judy" and "The Bandwagon." * Wendy Warren ... (11 a.m. - Mon. - Fri.) "Wendy Warren and the News" is a unique five-times-a-week series that combines world news, women's news and a running dramatic story. Doily Schedule For KGLO + KGLO-FM Wednesday P. M. 5:00 Bob Clausen Show 5:20 Let's Dance at the Surf, Surf Ballroom 5:30 Herb Shriner Show, Miles Laboratories, ens 5:45 Sports Camera, Mason City Globe- Gazette Outer) f!:flfl News, P. G. & E. (Kew) (ii!5 Postmark Mason City, Mason CUf Chamber of Commerce 0:30 Club 1C, Campbell Soups, CBS ti:J5 News, Edward R. Kurrow, Campbell Soups, CBS 7:00 Mr. Chameleon, Bayer Aspirin, CBS 7:30 Dr. Christian, Cbescbrough Co., CBS 8:00 Your Song and Mine, Borden Co., ens 8:30 Harvest of Stars, International Harvester Co., CBS 9:00 Time's a Wastin', CBS 9:30 "Hink Pink" at the Surf 10:00 News, First National Bank (Kew) 10:15 Friendly Time, Grain Belt Beer 10:30 Great Momente In Music 11:00 N-ewSr CBS 11:05 Elliott Lawrence's Orchestra. CBS 11:30 Frankic Carle's Orchestra, CBS 12:00 News, CBS Thursday A.M. 11:01) News 0:05 Morning Rouser c!::iU Farm Reporter, State Brand Cream. crloi. Inc. (Hilton) 6:1.1 N" e w i, Mid-Continent Petroleum Corp. (Harrer) 7:00 Rhythm Roundup 7:15 On the Farm, Allb-Chalmers Co. 7:.•)() Keep Time WJth Damons 8:15 Holium Headlines, HoUum Bread (Hoihal) 8:30 Ye«lerday'i Muitc, Cool Spring Canning Co. K:4,> Today In Osage 0:00 Bible Broadcast, Radio Chapel »:1S Clear J,alie On the Air 0:30 Coffee Time 0:45 Kitchen Club, Perfex 10:00 Newt Digest, Jacob E. Decker an« Sons (Harrer) JO:]. 1 ; "Taler" Quiz, HJland Potato Chip* 10:30 Grand Slam, Wonder Bread, COS 10:45 Mid-Morning Varieties 11:00 Wendy Warren, General Foods, CBS 11:15 Betsy Ro»<i Serenade, Pfaff Baking Company 11:30 Home Town Newi, N»sh Coffee Co. (HoshaJ) 11:15 Harvest Hook-IJp Time, International Harvester Co. Thursday P. M. 12:00 Today's Market \ 1^:0.7 Tlie Man On the Street, Prltchurd Motor Co. 12:15 The Old Timers, Oscn Drug 12:30 N'ewn, Wormhoudt Home IniulatUn Co. (Hilton) 12:45 Farm and Home Topic Time, St. Paul Livestock Market 1:00 The Second Mr*. Burton, General Foods, CBS 1:15 The Friendly Philosopher 1:30 Till* la Nora Drake, The Toni Co., CBS 1:45 Myntery Melody Game 2:00 Arthur Godfrey Time, Cheiterfleld Cijrareti, CBS 2:30 G. E. Home Party, General Electric Co., CBS 2:M N'ews, Hol«nm Bread 3:06 Hint Runt, Armonr and Co., CBS 3:25 Spotlight On * Star 3:30 Your Lucky Strike, Lucky Strik* Clfareta, CBS 4:30 Arthur Godfrey Time, Ot*M Wax. CBS 4:1.1 Arthur Godfrey Time. Nabliee, CB« 4:30 Hilltop Home, Milt, LabaralorlM. CBS 1:15 n«nt Review

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