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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 6, 1949, Mason City, Iowa                                14 Dec U 1949 Hasan City Mason City la Republicans Plan Draft of 50 Platform Washington JP Two GOP senators said Tuesday the repub licans are going to draft a 1950 congressional campaign platform despite the difficulty of on issues Senator Brewster of Maine who heads the partys senatorial cam paign committee told a reporter congressional leaders will fall in line behind the pro posal of Guy G Gabrielson the GOP national chairman for a statement of party principles Brewster said that even Senator iatt or Ohio who has opposed the move has agreed to draft a brief statementof his ideas and pitch it into the pot for study by a com mittee Gabrielson is expected to name soon Taft heads the partys senate policy committee and disagrees sharply with some of his GOP colleagues particularly on foreign policies In a separate Interview Sena tor Butler of threw his support to the policy statement plan Butler was named along with Senator Lodge of Massa chusetts earlier in the year as a senate representative on a policy committee which former GOP Chairman Hugh D Scott Jr was forming when a revolt within the national committee cost Scott his job What we need more than a platform is a slogan that we can take to the people in the election something that will put our ideas Bulk said We have to draft 3 statement of piiriclpie1 too but it should be hvief and to the point recently caLei on repub licans to adopt a p silivo1 pro gram asserting that the party cant win next year If it has a saynothing attitudeand merely oppose democratic sals SORORITY GIRLS ADDRESS REMINDER City sorority girls repre senting various chapters of Beta Sigma Phi put in some good licks at the Cerro Gordo county ruoerculosis association office Monday night addressing 1830 reminder cards to tmu many residents in the county Recipients of the cards are being reminded that their contributions lor Christmas Seals will be welcomed at the office Left toright the girls Lindbergh to Get Service Award The late John L Bai d in Eng land is credited wit thr first to demonstrate televi sion the year being j28 Washington fP Charles A Lindbergh will get an award this month for significant public service of enduring value to avia tion in the United States The National Aeronautics asso ciation said Lindbergh will get he Wright Brothers memorial trophy at a dinner Pmber 17 by the of tiir T1 i ws picked for the T rnor bv oup of aviation who u his achievements T the 2 he crossed the Alia n fcjirit of St Louif through service to the air force V IVorid war oi f secret consultant to the ah taff IT and up to his ctivity as a sncx force o Christmas Cards A Fine Selection in AH Price Ranges ARROW PRINTING CO 119 E State Thone 272 Divorce Charles City Judge A B e a r d m o r e irt district granted divorce decree io De ioris Marker from Floyd E rTirk on a cruel and inhuman iroal meni charge The Marker wne named Oct 17 1S47 and separated Nov 22 1D49 They h one child which wji siven the custody of the plaintiff Wanda PecTelty Beta Phi Mary Ann Mahoney Alpha Chi Phyllis Lichty Xi Nu Mrs Nor man Barsness BetaPhi Helen Meyers Xi Nu Maxine Suther land Alpha Chi Responsible for recruiting the workers from the sororities was Miss Meyers who is president of the mother chap ter Beta Sigma Phi This group or another one like it will meet again Thursday night to address more of the cards With the Seals double duty this year in the combined TB and Ficcii is im portan tha the uind be raiser tr take care of this xpandinp prvnrv county petal on nca of tlie close relation 3iii the lungs with n heart Uhe program was comhrned but erlh ivaniiation retains its sep arate bord ol directors Review j Pad vote of the continuation of n programs is to be held at each Mi vKl meeting the various sur veys conducted during 1948 in the various counties thenwere 433 heart conditions reported II is hoped that this combination pro gram will reduce the mortality rato of TB and heart d in 1950 Deaths reported or Iova residents for 1948 from heart dis ease numbered L J Jf 11 ff in Rise of PLAY A SMART SANTA CASH IN ON THIS GLAMOUR SPECIAL Washington em ployment rose by 518000 last month and wiped out all of the October decline caused by the coal and steel strikes the commerce uepartment reported Tuesday iimrra cnry Charles Sawyer said the joo n November ncrhripK more fav orable than previous time this year The American Iron Steel In stitute reported thaithe nations steel mills now back in normal production are exiocted to oper ate at 917 per cent rf capacity this week It wnuiu bthe biihest output rcachnri since the wtck of May 30 Saw i wv onfirient the na tion could IVCIP a iabulously high sandar in the next if it riipf a policy of new Loerahsn all ccononvi groups ai in balance Ho sak speech before a York rneetinf of the Public Relations Sciety o the chieV problcrr is the results of TJ S equi tably among consunn labor management agriculture capital and the There is t middle groiri which is for all in the long run he saM When one of these is s iortcrninged the econ omy suffers The iccce department re port placx total employment at 59518000 workers on Nov 12 This comparer with 59001000 on Oct 8 and J9983000 figure in Novcmbc 1948 Labor Heads Quizzed on Communism Washington labor leaders were recalled before a congressional committee Tuesday presumably for further question ing about their alleged commu nist affiliations They are Julius Emspak and James J Matlcs secrcturytreas urer and organizational director respectively of the leftwing electric workers union The union was ousted from the CIO recent ly because its leaders refused to go along with CIO policy Both Emspak and Matlcs re fused to teil the house unAmer ican activities committee Monday night whether or not they are members of the communist party Both declined to answer on the grounds they might incriminate themselves Emspak and Matlcs who re cently filed nouuomrnunist affi davits with the national labor re lations board have been accused many times of communist affilia tions Only last year a witness before n congressional committee testi fied that Emspuk worked for years in the communist party under the name of Comrade Juniper Pity the Poor Argentinians Buenos Aires from chilblains Pity the poor Argentinians Forty of them were treated here for sunstroke Mon day It was hot for December in the Argentine capital even though the summertime has started Temperatures got up to 100 76 degrees Fahrenheit PLAN DINNER victory appreciation dinner of the Wirnebago Council of Boy Scouts will be held Dec 8 at p m at the AllVets So cial Center at Clear Lake RADIO ICKUP etLIVtOY 819 SOFCOCR4L Fund Increases Swea fund for band uniforms has now passed the halfway mark with the addition of in contributions A maga zine subscription campaign started the fund and donations of corn to students willing to pick it up after the Oct 10 windstorm aug mented the amount Band In structor Rufus Sanders of the school faculty announces a total of now on hand with about 51400 more needed to purchase the worth of new A bridge in a radio prograjHj is a device musical or to cover a gap between two tions of a broadcast Christmas Cards WITH ENVELOPES IN GIFT BOX While Supply Lasts COOKS PAI Best for Wear and Weather South Federal Phone ELECTION HELD of the B or R T enjoyed a noonday dinner at Sunset I m recently precedin election CL officers Those who will serve for the coning year arc Mrs Earl Adams president Mrs 1 McCoy vice president Mrs Ermine ToaJ servetary Mrs J H Og Mrs J Roth amet chaplain id Mrs Lei md Pirta warder Tyrol Style FAMOUS NAME ALL FIRST QUALITY SELLOUT PRICE OFF Yes theyre 135 quality Cant tell the name but youll recog nize the superfine qualiy 51 gauge 15 denier all winter shades 81A to 11 HOSIERY STREET FLOOR 3 3 30 5 GAUGE 15 DENIER ACROSS EROM THE PARK 2044 SIZES 2 8 Dicss with a puffed sleeve blouse and 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