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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 28, 1949, Mason City, Iowa Wife of Former Minister Dies officiating Mrs s largest sheep the h lands on his horns instead of on his feet when he jumps Hampton Man Dies in Home Where Born services were held Thursday at at the Johnson funeral home and at at Trinity Lutheran church for Verner Reierson 73 who died Monday at his homc here Mr Reierson was born June 11 1876 at Hampton in the home in which he died In earlier manhood he engaged in farming near Lali mer for a number of years but spent the remainder of his life at Hampton He is survived by 4 sisters Mrs Minnie Boehme and Mrs Crissie Stonebraker Hampton and Mrs Mattie Fuhrman and Mrs Mar cella De Graff Chicago Radio Gives Alarm Lee Stoakes of Anamosa thinks her radio may have kept her house from burn ing down recently While listening to a program she heard a terrible noise from the radio Investiga ting she found that an electric wiring short had set lire to a fluorescent light The 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agriculture department marketing service reporting on the Chicago situation said retail sales in nearby steel strike areas are reportedly sharply lower and are contributing to the weak tone of the wholesale market Egg traders said that everyone has known for some time that there would be a lot of fresh eggs around this autumn They said this was because of an unusually heavy hatch of chicks early this year These chicks are now pro ducing eggs they said and re ceipts are increasing Says East Reich Will Not Sign Separate Peace Berlin UR Premier Otto Grotewohl of east Germany said Wednesday his government did not plan to sign a separate peace treaty with Russia Grotewohl said his government wanted a united Germany with a peace treaty signed by all 4 oc cupation powers as provided in the Potsdam agreement His statement at a press confer ence came as a surprise after 2 weeks of communist propaganda hinting at a separate treaty with Russia Tree Blooms Late cherry tree belonging to Chase Priest in Exira burst into bloom early in September ExclusiveDesigned E1TA KETT By PAUL ROBINSON GOTTA ZOOM BIG FOOTBALL StcUUL PRACTICE BUT BILL WHAT ABOUT THE VICTORY WHY NOTyou A v n n 1 I HE DASHES OFF AND NO HE LEAVES ME HE SIMPLV COULDNT WAVE DATED WEVEALWAVS DATED STB I HE HAS BUT YOU WELL PI2AC WAVENT MAVBS HES DECIDED TO GIVE YOU A TASTE BIULS A POPULAC BOY TAKING M OK ARENT TICAUY STEAOy U S Demands Arms Embargo in Greek War Lake Success 1ST Y UR An American proposal thai the United Nations declare an arms embargo against Albania and Bulgaria until they end their aid to Greeces communist guerrillas appeared likely Thursday to touch off a long debate in the general as semblys political committee The United States with Britain Australia and China as cospon sors introduced a surprise reso lution Wednesday night calling upon all members of the United Nations and all other states to re frain from the direct or indirect provision of arms or other ma terials of war to Albania and Bulgaria until Their unlaw ful assistance to the Greek guer rillas has ceased The 4power resolution calls upon Albania Bulgaria and the other states concerned to cease aid to the guerrillas forthwith and urges all countries to avoid any action which would assist directly or indirectly any armed group fighting against Greece It calls for continuation of the UNs special Balkans commission one of the several such field groups boycotted by Russia and urges that further efforts be made through diplomatic channels to achieve a separate peace between Greece and Yugoslavia whose aid to the guerrillas it acknowledges has ceased Slavs Will Not Bow to Belgrade Marshal Tito said Wednesday we shall fight and we shall fight endur ingly to prevent Yugoslavias subjugation by Russia Tito spgke before a group of Italians who fought with this countrys partisans during the war and who are now here on an in spection tour He made it clear that Yugo slavia will not unbend in the struggle that began 19 months ago when the sovietled cominform denounced him and his govern ment for pursuing a nationalistic policy He said Yugoslavia was aware of the trend of its eastern Euro pean communist states like a campaign that included political and economic pressure was launched against this country We were embittered in the be ginning for we saw with whom we were fighting he said Launch Guided Missiles Off Submarines Pearl Harbor The navy will show Nov 7 how atomic bombs can be delivered by sub marines It will be done by launching 15000pound guided loons which could carry atomic the standard fleeX ype submarines Cusk and Car jonero Pacific fleet headquarters said the loons 30footlong improve ment on the wartime German buzz bomb will be fired by the 2 un dersea craft off Hawaii The mis siles electronically guided by the subs have a range of 100 to 200 miles The demonstration will be a very significant step in the ex ploitation of sea power said mdr John S McCain Jr who ias charge of submarine guided nissile development He added The submarine with guided nissiles has become a siege bom Dardment weapon and can be used o deliver atom bombs The whole dea of using submarines to launch uided missiles is a long step to vard pushbutton warfare Loons fired by the Cusk and Jarbonero will streak past a 35 mile column of 70 ships at a speed of 400 to 500 miles an hour at an altitude of 4000 feet The warships which took part n the Hawaii maneuvers will try o down the missiles with anti lircraft fire If the ships dont get hem fighter planes from the car riers Boxer and Valley Forge will get a chance Yes even mast NEW tars need wheel balancing jobs A good wheel balancing job a modern Hunter Balancer pcys for itself fast Thats true be cause unbalanced wheels pound your tires to art early and Increase wear and tear on the front end of your car You get more pleasure out of driving greater comfort smoother riding easier steering when you get a wheel baicnce job done with the modern Hunter Balancer Yours will be a safer car on the highway too FREE CHECKUP Al Dicks SuperService 105 So Penn Phone 222 Tells of Improper dentification on Vet Applications Des Moines veterans administration said Thursday 140 000 veterans of World war II failed o identify themselves properly on applications for the special GI in urance dividend J Reuben Darr insurance offi cer at the VA center said thou sands of those veterans were lo wans He said a majority of in complete returns failed to show he service serial number Darr said the failure may mean a delay in payment Darr said also that 10000000 veterans have applied already for the refund but almost half of Iowas eligible veterans have failed to do so Automotive inventions comprise onesixth of all patents issued yearly in the United States KSMN 1000 WATTS 1010 DIAL Your First Choice n Daytime Listening Pleasure From to M Message of Hope Presented By DR R O MASTERS Wed Beef on Hoof Sells at Near Record Prices Chicago on the hoof is selling Thursday at near rec ord prices in the union stock yards But dont let that worry you You arent going to find that beef in your butcher shop with a near record price tag In fact you arent going to find it there The top 1949 price for cattle paid Wednesday was a 100 pounds for prime steers That will be cut out to prime meat Its the kind of meat which is sold di rectly to name restaurants clubs and hotels It doesnt get into the butcher shop People who will buy those steaks wont care much whether the price is or one live stock commission man said Theres always a steady demand for beef from those restaurants regardless of price Percy Clark a cattle feeder of Ogden Iowa sent in the top price load which consisted of 17 head of AberdeenAngus steers Clark is often represented at the Inter national Livestock show and local traders thought these steers had been culled out from loads he planned to send to the show Buyer of the top load was Wil son and company meat packers The head of the beef department said Wednesday night that the meat from the load had not as yet been sold It isnt the type of meat which will go through regular retail channels to the corner store though he added In the past 2 weeks paices for prime cattle have skyrocketed The price is now only 10 cents a 100 pounds under the alltime peak made in September of last year If that peak is to be scaled livestock men think it will have to be done before the Livestock show starts Nov 26 Cost Seen for Farm Supports Washington The govern ment is forecasting that it will cost about to support farm prices during a 2year period ending June 30 1951 By costs is meant the amount of money the government will lose on surplus products which it will buy at support price levels and sell or dispose of at lower prices The period covers largely the 1949 and 1950 crops This loss estimate does not take into account the profit or loss the government may mark up when it finally disposes of surpluses still in its possession at the end of the 2year period It expects to hold large quantities of cotton corn wheat dairy products and oilseed crops at that time This financial outlook is pic tured in a budget report of the Commodity Credit corporation the agriculture departments price supporting agency The report estimates this fiscal year by commodities include Corn cotton pea nuts rice wheat potatoes 900000 wool barley dry beans Cottonseed eggs 680000 flaxseed oats dry peas grain sorghums beans and pork Losses forecast for the next fis cal year include Corn 000 cotton peanuts 604000 rice wheat potatoes Fire Destroys Grain Elevator Prairie City was estimated at from to 000 Thursday in a fire that de stroyed the George Vanderzyl gram elevator here Wednesday Flames that leaped 200 feet into the air destroyed 4500 bushels of corn and 2500 bushels of soy beans Firemen from Newton Col fax and Monroe fought the blaze cause of which was undetermined Dies After Rescue of Son in Corn Picker Accident Conrad County Coroner Harold Engelkes said Wed nesday James Daggett 74 died of a heart attack a few minutes after he rescued his son from possible serious injury in a corn picker mishap Daggetts body was found in his car Tuesday and Engelkes said he had died before the auto veered into a ditch Daggett was driving from the farm of his son Raymond 38 north of here when he noticed his son in difficulty at the site of the corn picker He climbed a fence and freed Raymond before the picker could drag him into the machinery Then Daggett drove on but a few minutes later the car plunged into the ditch and he was found dead at the wheel One for the Cops Qulncy Mass James MacKay thinks maybe he should have been a fireman Thrice within a few months he arrived at the scene of a fire be fore the regular fire fighters 2nd Woman Says Engel Fleeced Her Chicago Sigmund Engel 73yearold romeo lost his suave charm and called prosecutors a bunch of crooks as they produced a 2nd woman who claimed he wooed her married her and swindled her Engel on trial for allegedly fleecing Mrs Reseda Corrigan of lost his composure Wed nesday when Assistant States At torney James Brown called Mrs Annetta Kubiak 39 year old blond divorcee from South Bend Ind to testify She said Engel made her ac quaintance as he did with Mrs Corrigan telling her she looked like his dead wife He posed as the wealthy H Paul Moore and charmed her into marriage she said At the wedding she said Engel cned so hard that his eyes just dripped I couldnt cry because I had mascara on she confided to the jury of 6 men and 6 women hear ing the case Then she said Engel talked her into selling her home for 000 She said he took the down payment and then per suaded her to give away her furs silver and flashy automobile be cause he intended to give her bet ter and bigger ones He disap peared before getting around to that however she said When the hearing ended Engel was in a virtual tizzy He leaped to hjs feet brandished his fists and shouted Youre a bunch of crooks Its a lot of hooey Such a God da mnert story you put in her mouth Russians in New Claims to Fame London Russians made another claim to fame Thursday Moscow radio said they can sew faster than anyone else in the world Having claimed for Russians the invention of the telephone radio submarine electric light and many dther things lately the radio branched out into the field of size Wednesday and said a subway station being built in Moscow will be the worlds biggest Thursday a commentator said Russian garment factories now have machines that sew 50 per cxmt faster than any ever built in the capitalist countries The gadget he said does more than 10000 operations previously done by hand Larson Calls for Campaign on Gambling Des Molnes new drive against all types of gambling in Iowa was announced Thursday by Attorney General Robert L Lar son In an open leter to 1280 local law enforcement officials Larson made clear he was aiming at pri vate clubs and organizations as well as commercial establish ments Larson said operation of gambling devices by any individ ual or by any organization can not be permitted The attorney general said Gov ernor William S Beardsley had pledged the assistance and co operation of the state bureau uf criminal investigation in the new war on gambling Larson sent his letter to all mayors county attorneys chiefs of police sheriffs and public safety commissioners Will Begin Military Aid Negotiations Washington UR Diplomatic quarters disclosed Thursday that the United States and 8 western European countries soon will be gin negotiating the agreements that will start U S military aid moving abroad These agreements will pledge the European nations to carry out mutual defense plans and other wise make the best use of the equipment they receive under Americas billiondollar military assistance program MAP American authorities said they already have written drafts of the proposed agreements They will be submitted to representatives of the 8 European countries within the next few days The military assistance act re quires that the pacts be signed before the United States starts distributing arms to western Eur The law specifies certain safeguards that must be in the agreements But President Tru man it was learned has ordered additional provisions written in American authorities however said that they expect no difficulty over the negotiations Pension Plan Approved by Ford Workers Detroit The automobile industry marked another milestone in its labor relations history Thursday Fords pension plan first in the industry was approved Applying to Fords 115000 pro duction workers the plan was ac cepted in a vote by the Ford rank and file membership of the CIO United Auto Workers Unofficially estimated to cost a year the plan will be paid for entirely by the com pany It is the major pWt of a 10 cents an hour package and in general follows the recommenda tions of President Trumans fact finding commission in the steel dispute For the time at least Ha approval assured peace in the auto industry Pensions have been the UAW CIOs No 1 objective in its 1949 bargaining drive A wage increase was sidetracked at Ford in favor of pensions Amtorg to Register as Foreign Agency New York attor neys announced Wednesday that Amtorg Trading Corp had de cided to register as a foreign agency in the United States The announcement was made as a removal hearing for 5 officials of the Russian purchasing agency was adjourned until next Wednes day On the Radio Beam THURSDAY NIGHT NETWORK HIGHLIGHTS The Eye To Be An nounced Original Amateur Hour flOO Name the Movie Someone You Know Club lft Edward R Blur row The FBI In Peace and War Mr Keen Suspense Crime Photographer Hallmark Playhouse First NifThler California Caravan Fish Ing and Hunting Club Corn Mutual News reel Dance Music Aldrich Family Father Knows Best Screen Guild Players Duffys Tavern Supper Club Stacked Deck 7 p m Three card sharps working ocean liners do all right until they run into Gmen on The F B I in Peace and War Ruthless Murder p m Mr Keentracer of lost persons investigates Case of the Ruthless Murderers Victor Mature 8 p m Mature plays a hardluck guy who is drawn into murder against his will in the Suspense drama Momentum Edmund Gwen 9 p m Edmund Gwen plays the title role in the Hall mark Playhouse drama of a day in the life of a country doctor Uncle Jim p m Heres a de lightful halfhour for the children featuring stories childrens music and interviews with studio guests each weekday afternoon Daily Schedule For KGLO KGLOFM KICM Quiet Halloween Pittsburjr Kans go ng to be a quiet Halloween Mon lay night in Pittsburg whether youngsters like it or not City Manager William S Hansen said Thursday He invoked an old city ordinance requiring everyone under 16 years of age lo be off the streets by dark ON YOUR DIAL Thursday PM Straight Arrow Captnin Midnight Fulton Lewis Orir News n and B Temperature Quiz Gems Melody Sports HiLitcs Reflections in Melody Gabriel Heatter Melody Time Bill Henry Comedy Playhouse FishinR and Hunting Club Musical Moods I Love a Mystery Bobby Hacketts Orchestra News 1430 Club News 14DO Club Tommy Carlyns Orchestra News Sign Oft Friday AM COO Jerry Smith Show Farm Frolic Time News Farm Frolic Time News Farm Frolic Time Neivx Tell Your Neighbor Your Home Town n and n Temperature MidMorning Melodies Do You Remember Hoyern Billboard Bob Poole Show Kate Smith Speaks Church Notes of the Air Waltz Time Gabriel Hcattcrs Mallbag Friday PM Yews Luncheon Lyrics Radio Farm Journal Queen for n Day Listen Ladles Musical Moods Omln Reporter News Hob Poolc Show Tea Time Times Marvin Miller Say U wUh Music Sports and News Thursday PM Clear Lake on the Air Clear Merchants Curt Massey Miles Laboratories CBS Rent Review News P G E Olilishall Sports Camera Club la Campbell Soups CBS Edward R Murrow News Camp bell Soups CBS The F B I in Peace and P G CBS Kr Keen Tracer of Lost Pcrsoni Whitehall Pharmacal Co CBS Suspense Auto Lite CBS Music In the Modern Mood Hallmark Playhouse Hallmark Cards CBS To Be Announced News First National Bank Min shall Something Old Something New Moonlight Memoirs News CBS Ted Blacks Orchestra CBS Claude TUornhill Orchestra CBS News 8IM 1 1 00 Friday AM Sign On News Morning Rouser Farm Reporter State Brand Creameries Inc Randolph News Feeble Feeds Kcw Rhythm Roundup Zenor Motor Co On the Farm AlllsChalmerj News Hilton Fun at Breakfast Sweetheart Bread Sports Scoreboard Top of the Morning Keep Time with Damons nolium Headlines Holsum Illllon Yesterdays Music Cool Snrinr Canning Co Ring Sings Mason City GtobeGa zelto Today in Osaje Osagc Merchanti Bible Broadcast Radio Chapel Kitchen Club Icrfex Nens Digest Jacob E Decker and Sonj Kew Tater Qulz HJIand Potato Chips Orand Slam Wonder Bread CBS Bob Clausen Show General Elec tric Dealers Wendy Warren General Foods CBS Betsy Ross Serenade Plaff Bakln Company Helen Trent American Home Prod ucts CBS Friday PM Todays Market j Nulrena Noon Roundup News Lyons Laundry Hilton Farm and Home Time St 1aul Livestock Market Town News Palon Thi I Nora Drake Tonl Co CBS MyHery Melody Oame Tlme CB8 Jenny Lever Bros top House Miles OlJo News Holsum Bread The Old Philosopher Clausen Show odfrey Time Gold Godfrey Arthur Godfrey Time Tonl lao Uncle Jims Ocn House
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