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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 25, 1952, Mason City, Iowa                                Dr Hulmo Wavcrly rofessor of Christianity at Wart burg College will be tho speaker at the itttorsynodlcal youth rally lunday for nil American Lutheran Ihurch units within a 50 milo rn Uus of Mason City The five Luther Leagues of Ma son City will be hosts to tho young eople for the rally which starts at p in and continues through he evening The Kingdom Against the World Is Dr Huhnes topic for Uic opening session Music will be pro vided by the chapel choir of Trln ty Lutheran Church which will louse the rally A E Engcn Clear lake is choir director Choral union practice is sched uled for 5 followed by a mix er directed by Sam Edgar YMCA hysical director Supper is at 0 vith each of the Leaguers bringing ils own sack lunch Clayton W Wornson will bo In charge of tho Singsporation Hour at 7 after yhioh Dr Hulmo will speak on The Luther Experience The choral union concert di by Wornson closes the rally planning Sells Interest in Drug Store CHARLES T Fos ter has sold his interest in Fosters Drugs 11G North Main Street to his brother Arnold L Foster ac cording to the new proprietor The Foster brothers have been in part nershipin the drug store for more than three years Victor said his plans AUTHORIZED fllcvjtoq Soles Service PHONE 162 Home Appliance Co Stcond St N E T7TuT A TT GlobeGazette phota by Musser HELP AILING NEIGHBOR A 58acre field of com was picked in about five hours Thursday at the David Biele feld farm eight miles southeast of Rockwell has been oil crutches the last three months due to a leg ail unable to harvest the corn himself The job was done in short order by 10 pickers and two elevators operated by his neighbors who took n half day off BRITT Funeral services for from their own harvest Miss held Friday at 2 p TRY A GG CLASSIFIED ADI Funeral Held Friday for Britt Inger 80 were m at the bert Bielefeld Joe Wihlni Jr Jim Boughton Funeral Home the Rev Paul MeyerRfly Foe11 E Walter Lindgren pastor of the Derner Ef Bielcfeld at are a brother John at Dululh Minn and a sister in Norway MOTHER DIES CHARLES Zuide ma 600 Sixth Avenue left Wednes day for North Hollywood Calif to attend funeral services for his mother Mrs Mary Zuldema Fri day Mrs Zuidema died Monday Back row Art Stover Oscar Moehle Chet Vanston George Garth Maryiu Meyer Bob Moehlo Richard Liekwbg Roy Vanston Emil Ubben Francis Foell Ed Shafor Harry Merfielcl Walter Boohlje Women who helped with tho noon meal are shown from left Mrs Walter Bpehlje Mrs David Biele feld Mrs JimWhitney Mrs Harry Merfeld and Mrs Albert Dittber ner Others were Mrs ifyleyer Mrs James These shoes could teach a tailor tricks Even a tailor can learn plenty about perfect fit from our Rob lee iaceless oxfords The premium elasticized goring sec at just the right angle around your instep makes these Roblees gently hug your feet through months of wear Fprbusiness or leisure theres none finer m Leather rubber tied Tan calf 12 95 tHl WHT JHOff MfH Depend On It your correct WALKERS tit mmm WALk FUtmg WALKERS 105 NORTH FEDERAL We Welcome Good Charge Accounts Front row from left are Al and Mrs LloydJacobs Tho two children in the picture arc Doug las Bielefeld and Bonita Merfeld Florid a GOP Predict Win for Eisenhower MIAMI Fla outnumber Republicans in Florida 101 but GOP leaders are predict ing their presidential Dwight D win the states 10 electoral voles for the second time in nearly a cen tury Not since 1928 have so many Florida Democrats openly jumped to a Republican candidate Loyal Democrats admit they are worried but still predict a victory Nov A in this state for Adlai Stevenson Ike Poularity The popularity of Eisenhower and the increasing number of Re publicans from the North who have made the Sunshine State their home cast Florida into a doubtful or tossup category About 800000 of the states 1325 DOO registered voters are expected to go to the polis This would be an alltime record vote and 200000 more than voted in 1948 when Pres ident Truman the state Nearly all straw polls have given Eisenhower an edge over Steven son in the states tourist centers especially in Miami where 288000 voters are largest for any Deep South county And Eisenhower is a heavy favorite in the St Petersburg area which was swept by the Republicans in 1948 Stevcnsog is expected to carry North and Northwest Florida Most politicians believe the election de pends on how big a majority Mi ami can give to Eisenhower to offset the Democratic vote in the of the slate The groundswell in Florida for Eisenhower started after the GOP national convention in Chicago last July Eisenhower drew huge crowds in Jacksonville Miami and Tampa in early September In 1951 US bituminous oal usage increased by about 18 million tons or 4 per cent over 1950 II fl DENTIST PRACTICE LIMITED TO PLATE WORK 382 SOUTH FEDERAL Muon Ciir CEDAR RAPIDS DESMOINES SIOUX CITY Miss Sadie J Austin RALPH J FAVILLE Investments in Gity Move Still Higher Sixty North Towa representatives for investors Diversified Services Inc Minneapolis wore told Friday that investment activity in Mason City and throughout Iowa has in creased substantially this year de spite higher taxes and living costs Meeting at Club 18 tho group heard Ralph J Faville Mlnnonpo 11s investment company executive giyo the niqin address Faville declared that 1952 inves tozv participation in faceamount certificates and mutual fund shares issued through Investors Diversi fied Services in Mason City had increased about42 per cent over the same period last year This he said is slightly in excess of the average nationwide increase for the same pcqod Favillc went on to say that the most remarkable thihg about the American publics current ability Q accumulate and invest capital is lhat it is being done even though living costs have jumped 25 per cent and personal taxes are at an alltlmo Increased investment of surplus cash by farmers as well as city dwellers has played an important part in boosting overall securities ownership in Iowa Favillo pointed out As result he concluded in vestment in mutual fund shares by lowans is among the largest of any state The Mason City district staff of Investors Diversified Services arranged the meeting The staff Includes Richard If West Iowa Falls Kenneth Hobson Hampton and R E Halre Delia McMahon J C Jones and Vincent Jorgenson all Mason City Plan Club to Keep Families Together EL CENTHO Calif fourth grade schoolteacher here has started a club to bring the family unit tear it apart The father goes to his club the mother to hers and tho children attend their various organiza tions said Ben Darneille My idea is to keep the family to gethcr Darneilles system is productive too The families in the club are currently making accessories for barbecue units Profits from the sales of such items will go toward field trips made by the club the teacher said Funeral CHARLES and Mrs Lorcnz Godderz 504 Seventh Ave nue and Mrs Earl Alhatigh of Floyd left Thursday for Aberdeen S Dak to attend funeral services for R M Goddcr who died there Wednesday Other relatives from this vicinity who were to attend the services are Bill Godderz Mr and Mrs Ed Ponto and Mr and Mrs Burnell Foster of Wellman Aerial photographs arc used to check inventories of coal stock piles at TVA plants Dr Hulme Speaks Sunday at I nterSy nodical Youth Rally chairman of a Senate Armed Scry ces subcommittee said last Juno hat the figure of battle vorlhy troops for Chiang KaiShek vas an overestimate that in re Background on Nationalist China Position By pHIL NEWSOM Portion Edifor By accident or not Generalissi mo Chiang Kaishek has taken ad vantage the American political situation to voice his demand that his U Sequipped Nationalist sol diers bo permitted to Invado Red The Korean War where Red 2hlna is thechief adversary is a lot political campaignissue Accompanying it is a demand hal Oriental bo allowed to Jlght Oriental thus saving the lives of American boys vfho today arc dy ing on tho Korean ridges Some Background Here is some background on tho US altitude toward Formosa and the approximate 600000 Chinese Nationalist troops bottled up there since tho fall of tho China main land On June 27 1950 just after North Korean Communists invaded South Korea and American troops wore ordered to the Soyih Koreans dc fenso President Truman prderec the US Seventh Fleet to the Formosa Straits to prevent action either by the Chi nesci Nationalists or the Reds State Department sources sny this is still the policy subject to constant review io meet any changing situations Donald J Gonzalcs chief United Press correspondent for the Slate Department re port s however this is noV to be interpreted indicating that the US intends to let Chiang invado the China main land It is more in the nature of who knows what tomorrow may bring Poljey From lime to time the Truman administration has restated tho policy in one form or another Last Sept 14 Assistant Secre ary of Stato John M Allison said lhat our Seventh Fleet makes ccr ain that any Communist aggres sion against Formosa shall not suc ceed It will continue to do so This week Generalissimo Chiang old n press conference that he iieartlly agrees with the Kudmln ang party manifesto which held lhat an invasion of China by his forces is the only means of halting Communist aggression in Asia Here has been some of the think ing against allowing any such in vasion Sen Lester C Hunt DWyo SAIGON IndoChina young Vietnamese woman is going to be ho first secretary of the newly es ablishod embassy of Vietnam in iVnshington She is Miss Elisabeth Nguyen Cuan Dung who holds a diploma from the University of London and s a resident of Saigon Tran Van Kha Vietnams first ambassador to Washington In an nouncing her appointment hero pointed out this recognizes the in role women are playing in Vietnamese governmental affairs Old People Move Out Youth Goes to Gotham NEW YORK White older iconic strive to move out of New York City young people try to move in A survey by the city planning de DR WILLIAM HULME didnt even have shoes lei This meant that the official US was that Chiang had no hanco of winning a major mill ary campaign on the China main and 507 On Jan 13 1951 the United Na ions General Assembly by a vote of 507 with the United ilatos voting for adopted as one joint of ft Korean peace the prln clple that As soon as agreement la reached on settlement of the Korean War the United Kingdom Rus sia Red China and other power would meet with aview to settle mcnt of far eastern problems In Formosa and Chinese rep resehtation in the UN So far as the UN nnd the United States are concerned thai policy apparently still stands WomanGiven Embassy Post Oct 24 W2 9 MUwn CUr CMy U jartmeut shows that during the ast 10 years mlgraUon of persons out of the city 143OOQ more than the numberwhp moved in The survey shows J thai about 90 per cent of those moving out were be tween 45 arid 64 v The number of males between25 and 34 and females between 15 and 34 who moved into the citywere about 100000 more than the num ber of people of similar ages moved out the survey fevealed Between 1940and the report says New York Citys population Increased by 430902 Round Endf COLDWATER Mich Minnie Green charged John Arch 60 with assault and battery Arch spent the weekend In jail When they appeared before the justice of peace Mrs Green said they had settled their troubles out of court They had been married on your return trip Actually you fowpllmentary no tipping When you fly y6u pay none of that make raveling its INTERNATIONAL A W A Y MldCtntlmnt AtfUms iy iivJ youf iflent or 454 LET US CHANGE YOUR STORM WINDOWS FOR THE LAST TIME Rusco Combination Storm Screen HOME IMPROVEMENT COMPANY 409 N Federal 946 THANK YOU GITY AND NORTH IOWA WE WISH TO THANK THE THQIJ SANDS OF MASON CITYANS AND NORTH IOWANS WHO MADE OUR QRAND OPENING SUCH A HUGE SUC CESS WE WANT YOU TO FEEL THAT OUR NEW BIG 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