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   Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 4, 1965, Mason City, Iowa                                12 March 4 1H4 Mison City U 5year US business boom is longest ever in peacetime By STERLING F GREEN WASHINGTON AP The sstonishingly durable business hopfn entering its fifth year this weok will become the longest peacetime expansion in history if 1C continues intn May If that happens only the World War 11 boom 6 years and Stock market turns lower Trade active NEW YORK API Despite strength in selected issues the stofk market settled irregular ly lower late Thursday after noon Trading was heavy Volume for the day was csti nutcd al 74 million shares compared with fi04 million Wednesday Blue chips were taking a back seat and the main interest was in secondary items some of them in the lowerpriced brack et The airlines got additional impetus from a report that do mestic airline traffic and prof its are gaining substantially above the record levels of 1964 Some of the color TV manu facturers continued to ride on reports of booming demand for tliev color sets Big Three motors were all firm and the major steelmakers were about unchanged but rails edjed off irregularly and most major groups were very un even The Associated Press average of60 stocks at noon was up 1 at 3361 with industrials off 1 rails off 2 and utilities up 5 The Dow Jones industrial av erage at noon was up 33 al 90109 Softness in Du Pont down about 2 and a setback of more than a point in Kennecott which has been strong recently were bip factors in braking the aver ages Among color TV makers Mo torola gained 2 and Zenith fel over a point Prices were higher in active trading on the American Stock Exchange bonds were mixed US government bonds contin ued a firmer trend 8 months will surpass the cur rent expansion In April the present boom will have lasted 50 months exact ly the duration of Ihe slow low grade climb from the depth of the Great Depression That upward struggle hardly an expansion at all ended with 0 million still jobless Hy contrast the 48 months ust ended have brought un ireccdcnted gains in production and incomes virtually without nflation while reducing unem ployment from 67 per cent ID 48 per cenl By an almost equally striking contrast the steady 19615 growth has been virtually free of the inflation which marred NEW YORK stock quotations Thursday Atticd Ch 574 la r AjficdStrs 79 Am Can 42 AiriChain 32A K C 47 AjnCrysS 38 Kncotl 104Vs ArDHome 73 Krsge SS 56 Aln Mot ISVJi AtnSmelt 55 Jowa III G la L 42 Krsge SS Leh Prl C Hog prices are down 75c CHICAGO market or butcher hogs broke as much as 75 cents a hundredweight with a large Thursday supply of 6000 head on sale The extreme setback was re ported on only a few sales but others were down 50 cents with demand only moderately active The top paid for 200215 Ib mixed No 1 and 2 grades com pared with highs of on the two previous days The best slaughter steers on sale were mixed good and choice weighing 10001240 Ibs and sold at The sup ply was too small for a lest of prices CHICAGO AP USDA Hogs 6000 butchers 50 lower mixed 13 190250 Ib butchers 17001750 23 240260 Ibs 1650 1700 13 350400 Ib sows 1500 1550 23 500GOO Ibs 14001475 Cattle 1000 hardly enough slaughter steers for a test sev eral lots and loads mixed good and choice slaughter steers 10001240 Ibs 2325 2375 good 21002250 utility and commer cial cows 13001425 cutter to commercial bulls 16001950 Sheep 100 wooled slaughter lambs steady a few lots good and choice 85105 Ib wooled lambs 24002550 cull to good ewes 600750 Ifp T welching 3003W Ibs priced hised on quality and ontU linn Mediums culls discounted cordintlT These quotatlom are or bora delirered lo Jacob E Decker t Sons plant Local delivered hon ac cepted until pm IIOHS MASON CITY Knr Tluirsdij rrnts lower on bnlrhrrs Ihe 80month World War 11 boom Secretary of Commerce John r Connor Tuesday rejected the possibility of rny early down turn The economy is marching ahead smartly he said paced by massive output of steel and autos Connor discounted fears of a slump after midyear Many sus pect this might occur if indus trys massive buildup of steel inventories as a hedge againsl a steel strike is followed by a sudden halt in buying because of a quick wage settlement Oversized invirttorici will have less impact than in past years of strike threats Connnr said because of the rap id rate of consumption this year The secretary broke another bit of good news Planned in dustry outlays for plant and billion to billion bigger than previously estimated A new private survey indicates a 12 lo 14 per cent rise this year Con nor said instead of the 8 pet cent foreseen a few months ago Connors oplimism reinforcec the official view that the recov ery will last into 1966 Whether it also can endure through 1DG7 and thus erase even the war time record for sustained growth remains lo be seen Grain market holding firm CHICAGO AP Demand was steady and fairly active for some grain futures contracts Thursday and the market was steady to strong most of the time on the Board of Trade Best support was for nearby contracts of wheat corn and soybeans and included a good deal of speculative short cover ing which dealers said appeared to have been related to im proved commercial buying Carlot receipts were estimat ed Wheat 1 car corn 188 oats 2 rye none barley 2 soybeans Aifl Sid 217s AmSugar 20 Afn 66 Am Tob Loch Aii Martin Maytag Mon Wrd Morrcll 4iy8 20 45 39 Vs 29 Anaconda 62vs Ntl Dairy 88 Armour 52Vs Nat Gyp Atchison NY Cent 64 22 BendixAv 48 Par Pict 67 AGRefin N Nat G Beat Fds 53 Pkging Pennev Phil Pet Proct G Quak Oat Beth Stl 36 Ronn Air 67 Pa RR Bojden 87 Pep Cola Brunswik 11 Cisc 11 ClTrysler 55 CollinsRa 237s Radio Cp Edis Rey Toh CornProd 55V2 Rock Std Curtis Wr 20 M Doe re 48 duPonl Kod 154 Ejlra Cp 35la Fairmont 232 Sou Pac Pojd Mot 53is Std Brds Cjnble Sk 36 S Oil Ind Gen Elcc 907t Gqi Fds 81 GCTI Mot 47Vi 58 Gond lljhls Gnnil Iliht llehts Gnoit Good Hchls lijrhts iiidnii r IKIIIIMI JI1S I57S Clond medium 21 Good medium Ifilb Good medium IfiOS Gnnd medium weights 21 Good medium Z Gnnd medium weljrhts 114S Gnnd medium I1as Gnnd medium weights 2 Good medium weights UBd Good sows IS00 Good snws It 5 Good sows Good sows Good Good sows SWMfW 1125 uis 1135 IOCAI CATTLK Thr Muslin Cllj ratllr market steadj Thursday Follnwlnr are Thir quotations STEKRS Grade 1rlme 21 IIKIFFRS Irrirn 211 40 fholre 211511 By GORDON BROWN WASHINGTON AP Con struction on the worlds greatest highway program yet conceived the 41000mile US interstate system is past the halfway nark and just about on sched ule The program was set up by Congress in1956 and ID72 set as the target date for completion It will consist of 41000 miles 16 Soybeans closed cents a bushel higher to 1A lower March S303 wheat un changed to 1 higher March Si51 corn higher to low er March oats high er to lower March rye unchanged to higher March SI22 futures CHICAGO Prcv High Low Close close Wheat Mar 149 151 149Vi 151 145 145V4 145W 145A 147 147 147 147A 152 152 152 151 May Till Sep Dec Corn Mar Mav Juf Scp Dec Oats 128 128 128 131 130 1H1 130 129A 129 121 Alar May Jul Sep Dec Rye Mar May Jul Sep 70 66 69 667s 69 Vg 70 R9 68 65 66 RfiVs 67 69 A 122 121 122 121 124V4 124 124 124 12514 125i 125 Safeway Scar Rob 131 Shertn Sinclr Oil Socony RiHiiiii Dec 128 128W 128 Soybeans Mar 304V4 301 301 305 S Oil NI 79 Stud Pack Sunrav 3li ipn PCm Swift Co 65 37 Texaco 77Viz GOorlrich Un Elcc GOodyear 51 Un Pac 41U GtJWest S 40 Tii Uni Air L 24 Unit Ajr 68 37i US Gyp 81 Alhrrt tra plant drllvRrcd hasrrt on grade mnriiliiin Trend I cenlK lowrr on hulnhcrs and rrntj lower on sows TUilrhers inn Ihj No Pacliinc No 7 i Anntln FrirTK haned nn rrndr anrij condition Trend is rfnln lrwer on hnlchern louer on OWR Rulchers Nn IliH Parking sows No 308V2 306 307 302 301Vi 301 266V4 266 266W 257 256Vb 256VR 260 260 26014 Moson Cily grain IM Delaney 14 months com forts De Co Co after she accidentally stepped on her pets lej and broke it at her home in Bay City Mich The veterinarian says the Chihuahua pup will be chipper as ever when cast is removed Announce schedule for library bookmobile Interstate construction is half schedule of highspeed highways to nect the nations principal met ropolitan areas cities and in dustrial centers and to serve as a defense network of roads if needed system is de signed to take motorists whiz zing along without worries about intersections traffic lighls and jammed city streets Thursday a little more than To hold sessions on tax equalization Representatives of The J M Cleminshaw Co C I e v c land Ohio an appraisal firm which recently completed a tax equali zation program in Ccrro Gordo County will be in the county assessors office to answer ques tions Assessor Howard E Jackson said a schedule has been set up for taxpayers of the county to ask questions regarding new valuations Following is the schedule Friday Mt Vernon Town ship including Burchinal and Pleasant Valley Township in cluding Swaledale Three stops have been discon tinued by the Mason City Public Librarys bookmobile it was re ported Thursday by lean Nilsen bookmobile librarian The unit no longer will stop at Jefferson School in Crimes Township or at the Zirbel farm The new schedule for the book mobile takes effect Saturday Stops on first and third Satur days of each month will be as follows Rolling Acres 23rd and Jefferson to am Bel Air 7th and Silver Lane to 10 am Hanford church IN TRAINING OPERATION E Schullz engine man third class in the U S iVavy and son of Mr and Mrs Could R SchuHz 1525 S Vir ginia is participating in a ma jor fleet training operation called Silver Lance Schultz is serving aboard the attack transport USS Okanogan dur ing the exercise off the coast of California The operation involves 60 ships and 50000 Navy and Marine Corps per sonnel Glhnund Hershcy H nines ik 1C Ind JBJI InCHarv 51U US Rub 50 US Steel 452Vi Vand Cp 85 WU Tel 63 52 20 Corn Oats Thursday noon SIin 65 Jritfiosist 18i Weslg El lalSall 75 InScrstPw 31 Wilson Wwrth Soybeans NEW YORK PRODUCE Thursdays Markets NEW YORK Eggs ample Demand improved i large fair on balance Potatoes Arrivals 26 on trackiwoolccl lambs Mixed colors Standards lolal US shipments 509prime 2550 28 chocks nld stinnliRs liuhl CHICAGO POTATOES Markets SOUTH PAUL Minn to 11 am Carlersville church to am Hur ley elevator 1 to pm Pleasant Valley near Boyd Myer farm to pm Burchinal store to 3 pm West Haven 20th SWl and Grover to pm Stops on second and fourth Sd urday will be as follows Falls Township miles north of Rock Falls to n am Tietjens near Irvin Tiel Jens farm to amj REELECTED C Fred Pcthicks near Cecil Pelhiekj crick Beck 428 1st SE Wed farm to am Hillj nesday night was reelected crest 7th SW and Granl llioj vice president of the Iowa Chapter Arthritis Foundation at the groups annual meeting in Des Motnes Beck an at torney also is a member of the national board of trustees to am On Mondays from to 7 pm the bookmobile will be at 15th and N Federal Mrs Nilsen explained that if the bookmobile is more than 20 minutes late to any scheduled stop all books automatically arc renewed until the next visit Books borrowed al the book mobile may be returned to the main library Resources of the enlirc library arc available through the book mobile Mrs Nilsen said that if the book or material needed on Ihe clay of the visit is not on the bookmobile an effort will be made to have it available on the next trip More than a third of the of the foundation Elected president of the state chapter w a s Dr William A Baird Ames Camping trip to Europe is related Kciih Noah Charles City at torney and his wife told of a 43 day camping trip in Europe at bile units collection of bonks Wednesday night meeting for adults Also available arejof llle WigwamNWagon Camp sections fnr teenagers and piccrs al Mason City Public Li ture books for proschool flrcn The Noahs who illustrated jlheir talk wilh color slides OVERTHECOUNTER told of how they flew lo Europe Courtesy of T C Henderson Co iwitln heir four children and Iwo Clear Lake corpora tion and township Tuesday Clear Lake cor poration and township and Ven tura Wednesday rimes Town ship including Meservey and Thornton and Union Township Thursday Owen Township and Dougherty Township in cluding Dougherty Friday March 12 Lake Township and Portland Town ship including Portland The company representatives will be at the courthouse from 3 am to 4 pm on each of those days Jackson pointed oul that none of the reappraisal concerned property within the corporate limits of Mason City Speaking contest is slated here Speakers from nine Toast master clubs will compete Sat urday March 13 in an area speech contest at the Hotel Hanford it was reported Thurs day by Richard Morel Mason area governor Participating clubs will be from Waterloo Cedar Falls Charles City Mason City Osage Oelwein and Waukon Mason Citys Shibboleth Toast masters Cfub will serve as host eight years after the program was launched 19018 miles arc open for traffic construction is under way on another 51 nilcs while engineering work or rightofway acquisition is in1 progress for another 12103 The remaining 4680 miles in the system are listed by the Bu reau of Public Roads as in pre liminary status or not slarled Thus about 89 per cent of system is open or under way The bureau says the program is about on schedule and thai completion in 1972 is possible However time is getting short for the drafting of plans for the unsl rled segments a spokes man said The pindi he said will be on segments in the urban areas the roads designed to take traf fic through under or around cities These portions of the sys tem are costly because of the high value of the rights of way involved and frequenlly Ihe routes are controversial system was authorized by Congress il called for a network of 40000 miles of highways lo cost an estimated billion The mile age has been increased lo more than 41000 and Ihe lalcst cost estimated by the roads adminis trator Rex M Whitlon is billion The latest estimate repre sents a increase over the estimate submitted to Con gress in 1961 Through 1964 a total of billion had been spent on the interstate system roughly billion of it federal money and bilion state money The federal share is financed by highway users through taxes on gasoline new trucks and buses tires and tubes and the like Slippery streets cause increase in accidents The number of vehicle acci dents in Mason City shot up ward Wednesday and early Thursday as m ore molorists took tr the snowpacked streets From only three mishaps re Icmpling lo turn right into a driveway when his auto was in the mishap with the westbound Westly auto A car driven by Marion Thomas Whitney 713 S lack ported Tuesday the number injson was in a collision wilh an creased to 14 the next day Nearly all of the accidents volved vehicles unable to stop auto operated by William lre Trask in front of K125 S Fed eral Officers said both vehicles on the slippery streets Thewere traveling south only injury reported was a A car driven by L Harvey bruised right knee suffered byJGreen 1432 2nd SK struck a Mary Lynn Pendergasl 18 parked car owned by Gary Al 1412 S Hampshire She wasjlan Johnson 204 N Madison as treated at a hospital Green drove east on Lnd NW Miss PcnderRast was a pas senger in a ear driven north on Virginia by h e r father Thornton Theodore P c n d e r gasl The auto was in an acci dent wilh a car driven east on 12lh SE by lUith Elizabeth Schmidt 92 Fillmore Damage included I h e front and left side of the Pendergasl car and the right front of the Schmidt car Both autos were towed from the scene near the N Madison intersec tion according to police A car driven by John J Quin lan 10 N Connecticut was stopped for a stop light at LsL NE and Delaware when struck in the rear by a car being driven north on Delaware by Charles E Dempscy Dallas Tex Of ficers said icy pavement was re sponsible A city truck with a mounted snow blade was involved in a north on Jefferson by Francisj Police said Die Palmersheim car was forced into a car parked in front of 404 N Jef ferson by Henry Joseph Nonn weilcr 24 4th NW Damage in cluded the left front of the New Ion ear the right rear of the Palmersheim car and the front of the Nonnweilcr car Most of the other accidentsiigln SK struck Wednesday were minor A car driven cast on Highway Bid Blue Ribbon Beef 6 Clinton Engine Dial Finance Excel fnvcst Fisher Gov Gen Life lami Greater Iowa iVi Guardsman Ins Hubingcr Co Iowa Beef Pack Iowa Bus Inv Iowa Pub Serv Iowa South Ulil Key Life Ajlteenage guests They rented a 4 Hi 1 20V1 45 Cattle calves 1200 slcers and hcifcrsILifc Investors not established early notJN W States enough sales to quote prices Hngs 9000 slow butchers mostly 50 Inwrr US 13 190 240 Ibs 16751725 sows weak to 25 lower US 13 270400 Ibs 15001550 Sheep 1000 moderately ac CHICAGO AP steady choice 85100 Ib with an end Whiles Extra fancy heavy t Additional provided pm by Iamson Bros Mara Oil 60 AJJisChal 24 634 A3nAir NatBis AjnCyan 78Vi NatCReg 7Ri Aiimco Nat Lead 80rSn NalSlcel 63A NAMAv 52ij OatorTrac 43 NPacific CJitcfdP 19 39i ChRockls NWBan 49 ChlMilw 27 OlinMath C4licsSer 7 ParkcDav CwiiCrcdil 39s Pfizer 561s CflmKdi 57 PhclpsD CsnlCan 53 PureOil DpugAirc 38V4 RepStecl 43lfi DrjwChem ElrasGas 22 Firestone 46 GjnDyn GHlclte 35 GiilfOil 55M IqtNick 81 iwcight 47 Ibs mini 29311 fan cy medium 4 Ihs average fancy heavy weight 47 Ibs min medium 40 Ibs average smalls 3G Ibs average 24425i pee wees 31 Ibs average 2021 Butter ample Demand fair Prices unchanged Cheese steady Prices un changed MUTUAL FUNDS Courtesy of Lamson Bros ShcllOir6lMi SoulhCo 70 StOilCal 69 TenGas TexETran 21 TexGuIfS 67 Bid Affiliated Fund Broad St Invcs 1651 Bal Fund 1340 Slock Fund 1630 Life Ins Invcs Mass Invest Gr 968 Mass Invest Tr 1758 National Inves 185 Putnam Growlli 1615 Wellington Fund 1525 supplies light demand slow market dull carloi trackl sales Idaho russets 830 Idaho COMMISSIONED GRKRNE Theodore B Bol dcmand moderate market slight weaker local track sales Florida round reds in 50 Ib sacks CHICAGO PRODUCE CHICAGO AP Butler steady wholesale buying prices unchanged 93 score AA 92 A 90 B 89 C 56 JnJPapcr UnCrb JrilandSl UnionOil 38 ZeniUi 75Vi Lorillard 1785 1458 1761 1063 1058 1021 2010 3765 1662 ESTIMATED LIVESTOCK RECEIPTS CHICAGO AP Official eslimalcd livestock re ceipts for Friday arc 7000 cat tle 5000 hogs and 200 sheep Bnllcr Greene has been com missioned a second lieutenant in Ihe US Air Force He recently completed his AFROTC pro gram at Washhurn University Topcka Kan His first assign ment is Tyndnll AFB Fla Ask cars fK B 5714 89 C 57 Eggs about steady wholesale buying prices unchanged 70 per cent or better grade A whiles mixed mediums mixed merfitims standards 24 dirties unquoled checks 21 Vi CHICAGO CASH GRAIN CHICAGO AP Wheat No 2 hard No 2 red Corn No 2 yellow No 3 yellow Oats No 2 heavy white 73Vin Soybeans No J yel low Soybean oil 1210n CREDIT UNION SURGE Loons pace with gain in savings tO K rmiNB BAM HtW MKri Thermogas 21 33 11 bus bought a tent and tother cam ping equipment and camped in Luxemburg Ger many Austria France Italy Switzerland Holland and Eng The Noahs who toured most of he principal cities said found it an inexpensive and way to see Europe Camping privileges about 2 cents a person 31 night Facilities he said 31 included such things as swim 6vjming pools tiled showers and 23 stores 36s They returned lo the United 11 Stales on the Queen Elizabeth Morel who is conlesl chair Roy Newton Rudd was in collision with a car the club level now are in prog ress The club winners will participate in the Mason City area compelilion wilh Ihe win ner here advancing lo the dis trict contest William Jenner Waterloo will be toastm aster for the conlcst Each club provides judges and tellers for the event Shell Oil Co ordered to hire an Indonesian JAKARTA Indonesia President Sukarnos govern ment has ordered the Shell Oil Co to replace its American manager al the Balikpapan re finery with an Indonesian em ploye of Shell Western oil sources saidThursday The informants said Chacrul Saleh the minister for economic development had ordered man ager S G Stiles replaced by a national It seems that Shell will have no other alternative but to com ply with the order the sources said A threecar accident f J al 39 15lh NW ferson an r 4th NW w a s resaid Tilforfi R 91fi ported Wednesday evening Taylor was driving the cilv car driven west on 4th by wcsl nn 1MI uhnn it CANADIAN VISITORS a parked auto owned by John Christiansen 321 15lh NW Everett Boycr 1227 N Hamp shire was the owner of a park ed car struck by an autn Hrivpn by Mrs Ernest Nelson 541 E Stale The mishap at 33 E Slate occurred as Mrs Nelson drove west 18 near Madison by Lorain Frances Bradlow 2121 S Geor gia slid into a road sign dam Police said a pickup Iruek drivcn by David J Patrick 513 a parked car owned by Douglas L Fallcatter iVorlhwood The accident oc curred al 10 K State Lucille B Cookman 811 Illh NE reported to police that her 1 1 I 111 n I I J I I aKmg the cars grill slightly car was struck by a hitandrun A car driven east on 3rd NE by Warren Calvin Price 1220 N Washington was in an ac cident with a car driven north on N Georgia by Robert J a m e s Kornhauscr 155S N Hampshire A car slopped in the south bound line of traffic on S Fed eral at 5th South by Hjalmer Hellberg Marshalltown was struck in the rear by a car driven by Herding Shef field K d n a May Hellberg a passenger in the Hellberg car reported a whiplash neck in jury but she did not seek im mediate medical attention A car driven north in front of vehicle while parked in front of Lhc Ccrro Gordo County Court house The car had only minor damage CORRECTION VENTURA The Recrealitm Hour Club will have its meeting Tuesday at Halfords C a f o at pm instead of March 4 ni previously announced COHWITH Mr and MrsI103 N Washington by Elmer Ross Finch Wahigoon Ontario Canada were guests of Mr and Mrs William Frdman Cnrwilh for several days The Erdmans Mr and Mrs Lee Williams and he Finches attended the annual Wahigoon Club meeting in Iowa City during the visit Mason Citys news of record New vehicle safes John Charles or Betty May Soencr 90S N Madison Ford United Stales Gypsum Co in care of Don Hayes 424 4lh SE Ford Gerald Shirley Skipton Burchinal Ford Burdcttc Cal vin Wilhile 217 6th Inter national truck CocaCola Bot tling Co of Mason City 701 S Federal twn Chevrolet trucks Dean Leonard or Beulah O Bluhm Route 3 Mason City Chevrolet Alfonso Francis Diaz 712 N Jefferson Chevro let Fire calls Al am in insulation and limbers in boiler complex at top of power house in Jacob E Decker and Sons packing plant 320 15th NK Cause not immediately de termined Minor damage report ed by firemen Police court Failure lo control a Robert Andy Powell 17512 12th SK charge dismissed Violation of ordinance requir ing cars lo he removed from Abrams 27 815 7lh SE for feited bnnd Failure lo answer summons on parking lickcts Maurice Edward Hickcy 31 539 4lh NE forfeited bond and paid for nine lickels issued since Ocl 10 Intoxication Leo Glen Dyer 50 105 S Federal and costs or three days in county jail fine nol paid al nnon Thursday License action By Iowa Dcpt Public Safety Names listed to whom the department has mailed advance notice of drivers license suspension or revocation Action to suspend or revoke each license it complete only after the de partment is sure no mistake m notification has been made Suspension noliccs mailed to Effective Feb Rob ert Judas 23 Charles City 60 days habitual violator Robert VVilford Anderson 31 Dows one year failed In have control James Lewis Kingcry 17 Roitlc 1 Greene 90 days reck less driving Effective Feb Jerry Douglas Wad 25 Tonia 90 days serious violation street after snow Dennis Lee James Jacob Golbuff 18 Route 2 Plymouth 60 days reckless driving Effective Feb Charles Timothy Wright 61 Route 2 Eagle Grove Valen tine Florcs 18 Manly 30 days unlawful use of Jiccnsc Rogcr IrvinJIubka 25 Route 3 Lime Springs 60 days serious viola tion Mabel Jcannie Hays 31 Route J Nora Springs 30 clays violation of restricted license Revocation notices mailed to Effective Feb Len ard Olson 26 15 N Pennsyl vania 60 days drunk driver Clear Lake courts C E Ashlartds Court Allen Colbe Pcrtile and cosls John Brimcr Clear Lake and cosls Roy D Myers Mason Cily SIO and costs Roger Max Zirbel Clear Ia k c and cosls Stephen Lee Miller Al gona and costs Slop sign Allen Holla Clear Lake 510 and cosls James Roberts Clear Lake and costs Failure to D My ers Mason City 5 and costs Expired d r i v e rs Tames Roberts Clear Lake and cosls Henry Ducnow 113 K State struck the left front door of a car parked by Thomas Earl Riser 511 5th NW The bumper of the Ducnow car had caught the door which Riser was opening police said Alfonse Joseph PaqueMe 1640 Hh SW and Harold Edwin Wesl ly Clear Lake were driving cars involved in a mishap al 1640 4th SW Police said Pacj uclle was driving west and at Steel talkers meet lay plans PITTSBURGH Pa AP Basic sleel negotiators of the United Sleelworkers Union met Thursday for the first lime in Iwo months to map plnns for an expected resumption of contracl lalks ncxl Monday David J McDonald USW president told newsmen il was simply a brief informal meet ing He had no other comment JUKE BOX BAN RLADON E n g 1 a n d un The town fathers have banned hoidog stands juke boxes lea rooms and other tourist services in this community where Sir Winston Churchill is buried We must prevent people from doing to Sir Winston what SlralfordonAvon has done In Shakespeare Wc knowwhat a nauseating place that is an official said OUTLAY SLOWDOWN PUSHED WASHINGTON tin The Fed eral Reserve Board has written 750 financial ask ing them to slow the amount of dollars sent abroad The board of directors of tho Mason City Community Concert Association will meet at pm Saturday at the Green Mill Booking of remaining at tractions for the next season will be discussed Wedding Photos Lock Will i t a r t Knitting Class March to 111 2nd SE Contact Mrs Rardsley at A meeting on Ford tractors is scheduled for Friday at thfs Holiday Inn Restaurant Troika serves special tonight Adv Color finishing Lock Photos For Sal set gut slove and rummage Thurs Fri Sal at 321 S Standard Poors Stock Summary March 1965 in liujnr Important nrtr wrllinps nn nvrr Iinn send fnr jnnr FHBK ropy today T C Henderson Co Inc New Ynrk Slnrik Eat mo 201 KriUml City   

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