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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 29, 1952, Mason City, Iowa                                14 Nov 21 1WJ MM CUr City la J Edgington Rites Held at Chapel Funeral services for James A Edgington 57 who died sudden ly Sunday were held Friday after noon at the McAuley and Son Chapel with the Rev Peter Jansen pastor of the First Congregational Church officiating Mrs Glen Wallace sang accom panied by Mrs Roscoe E Patton at the organ Mrs Kirby Payne and Mrs Maudo Maxson were in charge of flowers Attending the services from cul of the city were Robert Edgington San Lorenzo Calif Mr and Mrs Elmer Davis Los Angeles Calif Mr and Mrs Kotner Johnson and family Kensetl Chris Nelson For est City Mr and Mrs Or in Schreckengost and family Dough erty Mr and Mrs Marvin Edginglon and family St Ansgar Mr and Mrs Carl Olson St Ansgar Mrs Bert Hignelt Carrol Mr and Mrs B M Rushton Farnhamville Mr and Mrs Lawrence Alvis Hux ley Mr and Mrs Rny Lee Au burn and Mr and Mrs Arnum Lee Pocahontas Members of the American Le gion the VFW the 1OOF and the Masonic Lodge attended the serv ices in groups Pallbearers were Recce Hender son Glenn Kcphart Cat Sears Kir by Payne Nick Dcgan and Wil liam Clausen Military services were conducted the graveside at Memorial Park Cemetery by the San Juan Marnc Post 733 with Victor Ostby com jnander Bill Clausen senior vice commander Harold Tultlc junior vice commander Nick Degan of ficer of Ihe dny and Elmer Zlcgler chaplain officiating Stork Wins Race Again DES MOINES stork won another about 5 miles hero Thursday but everyone in volved was reported doing fine Friday Mr and Mrs Ferdinand M Gocrlng an Ackworth farm couple were attending a family Thanks giving dinner at Lncona when the 27yearold wife urged thnt a hur ried trip be made to a DCS IMoines hospital The Goerings sped from Laconu to Indlanola halted at a filling sla lion and telephoned Dr Donald Hickman a physician here who was awaiting his holiday tdinner Ho arrived promptly took the Goerings into his car and set out for DCS Moines Near Ft DCS Moines the stork forced the car on to the highway shoulder and Dr Hickman went in to action Moments Inter the Gocrings 6ounce daughter was born in the back sent Dr Hickman now with three pas ccngcrs rushed to the hospital where Dr S F Yugend also of In dlanola was waiting for Mrs Gocr lng in the delivery room The daughter had not beenex pected to arrive until Saturday Mother and daughter were re ported in good condition Friday and Gocring home with his other he stopped n Indianola to seek Dr Ilickmans advice on the emergency REV JOHN COCHRAN TO SPEAK John Cochran superintendent of activities for the Church of the Nczarene in Argentina will speak at ihe Mason City Church of the Nazarene 331 W State Sunday at 8 pm Mr Cochran graduate of Asbury College Wil more Ky has been in Argentina since 1936 His current speaking tour is the second since going to South America Mrs Cochran will accompany her husband to Mason City She it active in Ar gentina as a Bible school teach er and president of the Church of Nazarene Womans Foreign Mis sionary Society Austin Man Pays for Drunk Driving Ewald A Ilcrtlc 53 Austin Minn paid a fine and costs ii District Judge M II Keplers cour Friday after pleading guilty ti drunk driving Ifertle was arrestci about midnight last Saturday b Mason City Police after he ha failed to stop at a stop sign an made an illegal lefthand turn a 5th and North Federal Daniel E CUiiney Austin who was ridin will Ilcrtle previously paid a fine for intoxication Slot Machine Case to Jury ST PAUL UP The Fcticra Court trial of three men chargot with violating antigambling law wns expected to go to the jur Friday The defendants Herman Paster head of the Mayflower Distribut iug Co of St Paul and two of hi employes Samuel Nilva and Al bert Gardner are charged wit shipping 38 slot machines fron Iowa to Minnesota in violation o federal iaws prohibiting intcrslat shipment of he machines Final testimony in the casi Thursday was highlighted by lh surprise appearance of US Dis trict Attorney Philip Neville as a defense witness Defense attorneys qucstione Neville about a conference in hi office Nov 17 between his staff am defense attorneys Neville then was crossexaminei by Richard Johnson assistant US attorney Johnson attempted to de lermine whether defense attorney had indicated they thought the could convince Neville the govern ment had HO proper case agains Paster British OK Bill to Sell Industries LONDON W The House o Commons okayed a bill to auction off the nationalized iron and stcc industry in an allnight session which ended at am Friday Weary members began strag gling back to the House less than two hours later for another days business The bill to restore the nations iron and steel plants to private ownership received a second read in a vote of 305 to 269 The measure provides for dis posal of the properties by auction any time aflcr next Easter It goes next to what is known as the committee stage where menls may be offered and then on to a third and final reading The latter is usually just a for tnality Standing Crops Dried From Air LONDON onLatest bit of agrl cultural machinery for crop har vesting aircraft Planes pro viously used for crop spraying with insecticides now arc being triet out in Britain to dry standing crops from the air A chemical known as a dessicani Is sprayed on wheat or barley about a week before cutting The dessl cant prevents water from moving up from the roots to the head anc kaves of the ensuring the dry crop can be harvested am safely without risk of rot Estimates are that aerial spray tig costs about halt as much as artificially drying a crop in store Surgeons Repair Hole in Heart of Youth 13 INDIANAPOLIS hole th size of a halfdollar in the hear of 13yearold Harold Hichar Duffy Linton Intl was palchec successfully by a rare type of sur ijcry the Indiana University Mcd Center disclosed Friday Surgeons cut a section from lh boys pericardium n fibrous sa inclosing the heart and patchci he opening between the auricle hrcc weeks ago The surgical procedure was de eloped in the research labora ories of the medical center over IBmonth period and tested o aborntory animals or three cases of sue ccssful repair of such heart de ccts none of which have em ployed the procedure developed a hc medical center have been re ported in the medical literature Lhc center said The boy son of Mr and Mrs Clifford Duffy was suffering from enlargement of the heart and i a state of chronic heart failure the center said llxaminatio showed a congenital defect in th hearts structure an opening be twcen the left and right auricle which permitted blood to back and forth and placed a grea strain on the hearts functions NO FAVOR SHOWN DETROIT polic boast that their crackdown o parking violators shows no favori ism Among vehicles ticketed in drive were the private cars of Goi G Mcnncn Williams Detroit mayor Albert E Cobo and a suL urbanpatrol wagon which to transfer prisoners at the cit jail Marlow Says Eisenhower to Get Taft Test Ikes Administration to Mix With Ohioan By JAMES MARLOW WASHINGTON W There will e plenty of crystalballing bc ween now and Jan 20 when the e w Republican administration omes in about future relations etween Presidentelect Eisenhow r and Senator Robert Taft But the test wont come until ongress settles down to work isenhower starts sending up his rograms for approval and Taft egins to demonstrate what he links of then In the foreign field for of the GOP aft has said the differences be Bills in Mind New Illinois Governor Is BoyWonder By FRANK CORMIER CHICAGO TVWilliam G Strat ton aging boy wonder of Illinois politics still can lay claim to be ing the states youngest governor elect since 1883 Stratton 38 brought a long po litical record into his successful campaign against Lt Gov Sher wood Dixon who was Gov Adlai E Stevensons personal choice for the office In 1940 at 2G Stratton was la belled the boy wonder when elected congressraanatlarge He stood then with the Republican noninterventionists He still re j mains close to the conservative Midwest Livestock Minn Trend loc Good lower 150160 1U 160170 Ibs 31150 170180 Ibs 180190 Ibs 190200 Ibs 200210 Ibs 210220 Ibs 220230 Ibs 230240 Ibs 240250 Ibs 51535 250260 Ibs 2GO270 Ibl 270280 Ibs S14W 280290 Ibs 290300 Ibs 300310 Ibs S1450 310320 Ibs 320330 Ibs 33034O Ibs 340350 Ibs 3503CO Ibs Good Packing 270300 Ibs 300330 Ibs 330360 Ibs 360400 Ibs 400450 Ibs 450500 Ihs S1275 ROO550 Ibs FRIDAYS PRICES Albert Lea Austin Minn 25c lower S1223 S132S 51575 S1553 S1545 S 1495 S1455 S1475 S142S SI 325 Waterloo 25c S1275 S137S S1550 JS1535 SI 520 S1505 SMJO S1460 J1475 S1350 S13UO Cedar Rapids 25c lower 91373 S147S 51550 51480 S1455 S1455 ween his views and Eisenhowers re only matters of degree But aft opposed the Atlantic Pact hich Eisenhower endorsed so ully that he went back overseas 0 make it work Fleer Leader If the other Republican senators ormally name Taft their floor eader a job hes held for the ast four years without the title will have to reckon him Taft is a man of great energy nd he has always had very strong pinions on a great many subjects vithout being hampered by a re uctance to express them So far in his relations with Eisenhower its been Taft whos one most of the talking Hes had wo major conferences with Eisen lower since the general won the Icpublicim Presidential nomina ion last July Ike in Background The first was at Eisenhowers ilorningsidc Heights home in New York last September when Tafl agreed to support the presidential campaign of the man who beat lim for the nomination Immediate y after this conference Taft tolt 1 news conference what he said o the general and what the general said to him Eisenhower stayed in the background The second and most recent nccling was also in New York Taft discussed with Eisenhower he Republican legislative program n 1953 Again it was Taft no Eisenhower who reported what hey talked about Since then Eisenhower has nade eight top appointments six of them to his cabinet Taf las said none of them resultcc rom recommendations which he uadc he said to Eisenhower upon he latters request Starts Speculation At once this started speculation about a rift between the two men Taft has insisted hes not at all miffed about those appointments They arc Eisenhowers own busi less Taft said and he expects no difficulty coopernting with the people appointed At the same time Taft says he vill do everything he can to achieve harmony in the Republican arty But harmony is a twoway street Eisenhower and Taft coult xth try for it without achieving t mind for presentation to the next egislature meeting in January ul isnt ready to disclose a de ailed program He makes one promise Defi itely there will be no tax in reases Stratton incidentally will re eive an annual salary of than twice the amount re cived by Stevenson The increase ffcctive in January was voted iy the 1951 legislature Straltons father the late iam 1 Stratton was GOP lead r and served as Illinois sccre ary of state from 1028 to 1932 tratton twice sought the office nce held by his father but lost jach in the party pri nary These were his only de eats in races for statewide office In 194G he won his second term is congressmanatlarge defeating he Democratic incumbent by 365 XX plurality During World War I Stratton served in the Pacific as a Navy lieutenant Married Twice Stratton has been married twice Ic claimed desertion in divorcing his first wife in 1949 He had mar ricd her in 1934 after his gradua ion from the University of Ari zona He married again 18 month after the divorce He and his 28yearold wife Shirley have two sinal apartment near the slate capitol in Springfield and a nineroom white stucco Victorian mansion in Mor ris a Northern Illinois city of 9000 Sister Kenny Now Has Pneumonia TOOWOMBA Australia UP Sister Elizabeth Kenny who a veck ago suffered an attack of ccr cbral thrombosis was reportet Friday to have contracted pneu monia Her chances of recovery were said to be slight Her doctors continued to list he condition as critical In Sydney Australian airline of icials appealed to officials a rlonohilu and the Canton and Fij Island to cut formalities as mud as possible in order not to delay an air transport flying a packag of serum to Sister Elizabeths bed side Silent Robber to Go on Trial DBS MOINES UP Michac Joseph Walsh 63 accused in the silent robbery of the Centra National Bank Trust Co here will come to trial Monday in Fed eral Court Authorities identified Walsh as he man who walked into the bank May 26 shoved a threatening not under a tellers window and es capcd with Not a word was spoken during the robbery FBI agents arrested Walsh in Los Angeles Cal July 4 He wa returned here bery charges to face bank rob GETS EARLY WORKOUT IIOWELLS Neb got its new fire truck just in lime While the truck and a new fir station were being dedicated here a country fire alarm sounded The firemen jumped into their new vehicle and sped to a cornfield where they extinguished a trouble some blaze HAS HONEY ON TAP CHAPEL HILL NC Hugh Cole keeps bees in the wal of her home When she wants he annual supply of honey she has neighbor rip a board or two from the living room wall and cut out new white comb Now state ays he has treasurer Stratlon a number of bills in Living with them are his eenage daughters by his vife two firs UN Hurls Bombs at Red Centers SEOUL Korea Force Thunderjels antt Marine fighter ombers hurled tons of bombs anc inpalm Friday on n vast Commu nist troop and ammunition center 15 miles Southeast of Pyongyang capital of North Korea as UN artillery smashed a Chinese attack on Sniper nidge Returning pilots reported second ary explosions from the blistering lir attack sent glowing balls ol ire shooting into the air indi eating the area contained rockets or other a in munition While the fighterbombers were carrying out their deadly mission American Sabrejets patrolled MIG Alley in northwest Korea However they made no contac with Communist MIG15 jet fight Hog Prices Take Drop CHICAGO closing out the month Friday hog producers sent n enough to make the November marketed total the largest since ebruary At Fridays price levels lowever suppliers were accepting anywhere from 50 cents to a lundred pounds less than a month ago Highchoice to highprime steers vhich accompanied herds showing at the International Live Stock Ex position sold at to In the sheep market too there vere show companions including two loads of prime fed western vooled lambs at IIOKS 14000 generally airly acllio and uneven strong to 25 higher on weights under 125 Ib weights over 220 Ib steady to 25 cents higher tlicse weights closed to slow with d sizable supply no better than steady most choice 180220 b several oads choice 180210 Ib S1725 most choice 230250 270310 Ib S1600 6SO small lots choice 150170 Ib S1GOO 1700 sows also steady to 25 cenls higher iiost choice sows 300550 Ib S14001575 few under 300 Ib good clear ancc Salable cattle 2500 salable calves 300 very dependable trade on show rejects anc cutbacks from show lienls at tohighchoice to highjirlmo steers weigh ing 9501350 Ib commercially fed steers ami heifers uneven but generally fullj steady with Wednesdays average cows steady tti 25 cenls higher other classes little changed good and choice steers and voarlings S2600340fl load mostly prime 1125 Ib weights commercial to low good steers S21002550 few utility dairy breds short load choice 1035 Ib Heifers scattered sales good to owchoicc heifers commcrcla heifers down to utility and comnier clal cows canners and cutters mainly JllSO1400 utility anc commercial bulls commercla to prime vealers Salable sheep 6500 slaughter lamb opened steady to 50 cenls higher twc loads prime fed western wooled lambs fed with show offerings practlca top paid for three loads for west ems bulk slaughter lambs unsold m yearlings sold slaughter ewes scarce steady good to choice natives S725825 Grains Take Trip Down CHICAGO Grains took a lownward course after showing mixed trends at the opening Fri lay Wheat at noon was unchanged to Ms lower December corn ife iower December oats unchanged to lower December 4Va soybeans unchanged to 1 cent ligher January and lard 13 to 33 cents a hundred pounds ower December FK1DAV GRAIN CLOSE CHICAGO Deo Mai May July Sept Dcu Mar May July Sept Dec Mar May July Dec May July Jan Mar May July Sept Dec Jan Mar May July Open 240 242Vi 171 173 175 174 VI 88i 66 207 207 30BV1 308V 308 3053 29SH 083 972 1025 1060 1100 S233H 241 244V lGOH 17m 1731 175Vfc 174H 86Vi 200i 207 2 OB 30911 309V4 309 106 297 992 995 1037 1057 1100 Low 2A2K 240Ta 1C5U lOVi Close 241 244H 243V1 1 1 173V4 175 88 85 197 A 20S 206 WVt tWi 86Mi 199 108 30a 305 965 970 1010 1040 1090 309M 305W 990 995 1030 10S5 1100 ESTIMATED LIVESTOCK RECEIPTS CHICAGO salable livestock receipts for Saturday 300 hogs 400 cattle arid 500 sheep Local Livestock 25c lower noas 7UASON Friday Mason City Grain At p m Friday Oats No 2 82c Corn No 2 10day delivery Soybeans Octj Nov del CHICAGO CASH CHAIN Fridys Market CHICAGO Cash wheat None Corn o 1 yellow SlW No 2 No S16H466L4 new sample grade SlSlVi 5i Gals No 1 while 9Hi Barley nominal malting SI3581 feed 12821 Field seed per hundredweight lominnl Sweet clover white red op S38003900 alslkc Umothy 13001400 red clover Good light Ughls Good light lights 160170 31250 170180 Good light lights 18019O 31450 Good light lights 190200 S1505 Good medium weights Good medium Good medium weights Good mcidum weights Good medium weights Good medium weights Rood medium weights Good medium weights Good medium weights Good medium weights Good medium weights Good medium weights Good medium weights Ciood medium weights Good medium weights Good sows Learns of Secret U S Bomb Supply LONDON left wing Britisl Laboritc told the House of Com mons Friday he has learned there are tactical atomic bomb stores near an American air field in Southeast England Tom Driberg said he had been told this by a US Air Force offi cer at the field The officer he added gave this as the reason for the sudden closing of a country road near the American air field at Wcthcrsficld Driberg journalist member of Parliament usually supports the left wing views of Laboritc An eurin Sevan 200220 S1550 220230 230240 240250 S1335 250260 2SO270 270280 S1490 280290 Z903DO 300310 310320 320330 S1413 330340 340350 S1385 350360 270300 Good SOWS 300330 Good sows 330360 IMOO Good sows 360400 S13I5 Good SOWS 400450 Good sows 450500 No hogs received after 5 p E Decker Sons CATTLE MASON Friday Prime ateers Belters Choice steers and heifers Good steers and heifers Commercial steers and heifers J17002000 Utility steers and belters Good Cows Commercial cows J13001600 Utility cows Cnnncrs and cutters Bulls CALVES MASON Friday Common Culls 8001000 Choice Good S2IOO2600 Medium LAMBS MASON Friday Out ol sheep mainct until urttio E Decker It Sons Stocks Hit High Recede NEW YORK rose 0 new highs for more than 21 years in the first half of Fridays session and then slipped back rom their highs on weekend real zing Sales increased substantially with volume to noon at 810000 shares against 640000 shares in he same period on Wednesday he previous session The market opened higher and fairly active as orders piled up over the Thanksgiving Day holi day Railroads met the best de mand on their higher eaniings re sorts now being published for the irst 10 months of 1952 Other sections joined the rise and despite the realizing there were few losers at midsession Ready Market in Italy for Snails BOLOGNA Italy If you arc short of money in Italy just go out in the fields and pick up snails They arc worth about four cents a pound on the open export market Americans dont like them usually but snails cooked with garlic are a European delicacy Five tons of Italian snails daily cross the ItaloFrench frontier in special crates for French gour mets Mason City Produce IQuvUtloni bj E Q MOFMI At am Friday Eggs No 1 45c Eggs No 2 35c Eggs No 3 30c Heavy breeds 5 Ibs over 16c Hens under 5 Ibs14c Leghorn hens 14c White Rock Springs 23c Cocks heavy I2c Leghorn Cocks lOc CHICAGO POTATOES Mirket CHICAGO Arrivals 122 on track 310 total US shipments 74 Wednesday and 1S6 Thursday supplic moderate demand slows market dull Colorado McClurcs Idaho ruucts J50023 Schools Censured for Red Leanings TAIPEH Formosa Na tionalist Ministry of Education has cancelled the registration of three Chinese schools in Hong Kong for clinging to Communist ideals and supporting the Reds The ministry also announced ci tations to the principals of U other schools in Hong Kong for loy alty to the cause of free education despite Communist pressure HOGS ECSTATIC Forecast for 52 corn crop Second highest on record New York Stocks By United Press Final Quotations Friday AldSlrs 38 AHisChal 56 HVi AmnSmslt 41 160 AmnTob Anaconda 42V4 Armour lOVi Atchison 97 Bendix 60V4 BelhStl 53VJ Boeing 36Ts Budd 15 Caterplr Gl Chrysler 84i CocaCola 111V4 ComEd 19 Deere 31V6 Firestone 73 GenMtrs 64 Goodyear 49 Homestake 36 Hudson lllCent 83Vi IntHarv 33 19 29 Kennccott 74 Lockhd 21 MarField 24 Martin 13 NashKelv NatBisc 35 NatDairy 5734 NYC 21 Packard 5 Penney 69 Vi PepsiCola 9 PhilsPet 58 RCA 29V4 RemRand 19 HeynldTob Safeway 34 Vi Sears 59W Sinclair 40 Soeony 35V4 SouPac 44 StdBrds 26 SOCal 56 SOInd 74 SOOhio 37V4 Studebaker Swift 32 Texaco 564 UnCarb 68 UldCorp 5W USGyps 114 USStI 40 WestUn 38 WstghseEl 45 Wilson 10 Woolworth 44 Zenith 8734 HOME SLIGHTLY CROWDED HARTFORD Conn Charles Pertillar 52 says things are getting a little crowded around the family hearth His wife Clara returned home after giv ing birth to her twentieth child Fourteen of the children live in the Pertillars sixroom apartment Its Easy to Place a Want Ad If you have something you want to sell trade or rent if you want a good job or good help and would like to place a wont ad ust Call 3800 and ask for the want ad department We will be glad to give you sugges tions that will help you get results Remember A GlobeGazette Want Ad Reaches Over 24000 Families in Northern Iowa and Southern Minnesota Von cau run a 2 Hue ad for 1 day for as low as days 3 days S102 Mason City Locals 35c a line set in this size type Count 25 spaces and letters to a line Deathi Notices CAGE Mrs Cordelia A 72 died suddenly Thursday evening at her liome In Plymouth Funeral services will be held at the Methodist Church at Plymouth Saturday at 3 pm with the Hev Georiie E Schelder offici ating Interment will tx at the Plym outh Cemetery The Major Funeral Home Is in charge MATIEFK Panito 79 oC 732W Jack son SW died suddenly Wednesday afternoon of a heart attack Funeral services will be held at 2 pm Satur day at the Colonial Chapel Interment will be at Elmwood Cemetery The Colonial Funeral Home in in charge GULBRANSON Casper G 51 of 141 Hth NW died of a heart attack Thursday ofternoon while pheasant hunting Funeral services will be held at pm Saturday at Trinlly Lu theran Churvli with the Rev Roy Harrisville officiating Interment will be at Memorial Park Cemetery The McAuley and Son Funeral Home is In charge OTTO CHARLES B5 of 28lh SW died Wednesday morning fol lowing an illness Funeral services will be held at 2 pm Saturday at Ihe PatlersonJames Chapel with the Rev J Enderson pastor of Our Saviors Lutheran Church officiating Burial will he at the Rockfoitl Ceme tery The PattersonJames Funeral Home is in charge JJECK Mrs Jay W 70 died at a Mason City hospital Thursday after noon Funeral services will be held at pm Saturday at the First Presbyterian Church with the Rev Wilbur F DlerJiins officiating In terment will be at Elmwood Ceme tery The Major Funeral Home Is in charge Notices 1 HING VALVE JOB MOTALOY DOES IT WHILEUDR1VE GUARANTEED Stops oil burningl Raises compres sion Saves fuel CarsTrucksTractors KENNY THOMPSON Kennys Cafe 11 3rd NE Mason City a Funerol Director 3 MASON CITY MAJOR FUNERAL HOME Phone 511 209 2nd NE Major Serv ice Meets Your Needs COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME The Home of Thoughtful Service 126 3rd St NE Phone 1505 PATTERSONJAMES CHAPELS Mason Licensed in Minnesota and Iowa McAULEY SON Funeral Home A Distinguished Dignified Funeral service 8 S Adams Phone 651 CLEAR LAKE WARD FUNERAL HOME Clear Lake Ambulance service Day Phone 8 Night Phone 7 Monuments Etc B3 MASON CITY Monument Works Home owned and reliable since 1889 See our large display of fin ished monuments in all granites in cluding Montello Mark every grave We deliver anywhere 150 10U St SW Phone 392 Personals BRIGHT is Rudolphs nose are rugs and upholsters cleaned with Flna Forfm Damons Alcoh olism Money to Loon New Modern Scientific Therapy 7 to 10 days Hos pitalization for men women All former Treatments still being used Write for Free Booklet MURRAY INSTITUTE 620 South 10th Street Minneapolis Minn AT 0094 Lost Found 6 tire chain Phone 3993LM am tan part Dachshund tan 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