Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 24, 1936 · Page 51
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 51

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, December 24, 1936
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, DECEMBER 24 B 1936 Central Auto Electric Co. S3 FIRST STREET S. W. Phone 494 SEEK YEGGS IN THREE STATES Blast Sioux City Jewelry Firm Safe and Take $37,000 Loot. SIOUX CITY, (£>)—Yeggs who blasted the W. A. Ehlerman wholesale jewelry company safe / LIEN & NELSON GARAGE HARRY LIEN BEN NELSON 12 Seventh Street S. L Greetings .... one and all. Y. W. C. A. Wishing You One and All a Very MERRY CHRISTMAS KIRK SERVICE GARAGE Downtown Texaco Station C. S. Hayes Joe Johnson Across from P. G. & E. CORDIAL GREETINGS FOR CHRISTMAS • HANKS Barber Shop 702 Sixth Street S. W. Merry Christmas EVERYONE BUSY BEE SHOE HOSPITAL 10-1 .\. FEDERAL PHONE Tin Ideal American Laundry and Zoric Dry Cleaners IT'S PHONE 22 MERRY CHRISTMAS! I May All the Good Things You Had Hoped For Be Yours at This Joyous GREETINGS Season NOTICE... We Will Be Closed at 1 O'clock P. M. Christmas Day .... We Will Not Re-open 'Till Saturday Morning. JOE DANIELS SUPER SERVICE STATION * Corner Waih. end 1t» St. S. E. Phone 688 and escaped with diamonds, other jewelry and cash valued by the owners at more than $37,000, were sought Wednesday in three states. The loot included mounted and unmounted diamonds, 50 watches, rings, lump gold, and three days' cash receipts. The blast set off by the robbers blew the heavy safe door to bits and showered glass from windows on crowds waiting in line at a theater directly below. The jewelry firm is located on the second floor of the Orpheum theater building, where a crowd of nearly 2.000 waited to attend a "bank night" show. Police said the men battered the dial off the six foot safe door, and j then blew open the vault with ! blasting powder ignited by a fuse. Officers and crowds from the theater arrived at the scene within a few minutes after the explosion but the robbers had already fled, Ehlerman said that he had worked in his office until about 9:30 Tuesday night, but that the robbers apparently watched him leave and came into the room shortly afterward. They gained entrance by prying open the main door to the corridor. Ehlerman said only a small part of the loss was covered by insurance. Officers in Iowa, South Dakota and Nebraska watched for the robbers after police said they apparently had been able to leave the city. Ambassador's Daughter Weds i Surprised on Birthday. ] DOWS—Mrs. H. G. Firkins was i surprised Sunday evening when a i number of friends gathered in to ' help celebrate her birthday. J. E. j Charleston won high bridge score ' for the men and Mrs. B. E. Mover for women. In a. surprise ceremony, Sarah Pasehall Davis, daughter of Norman Davis. America's ambassador-at-Iarsre, wed J. Stirling Getchell, advertising- executive, in New York. The couple is shown above following the ceremony. Franco's New Aide MYERS BEAUTY STUDIO 115 North Federal Wishing You a Merry Christmas and a HAPPY NEW YEAR FELT'S MARKET 409 N, FEDERAL Best Wishes And, may we add, a Merry Christmas, that the friends who have been constant will know that their patronage has been appreciated. /£ Of &OOC ClC^wS 1 ? // 115 SO. FCDCRAL AVC Genera) A. D. Faupel (above) \vho is to be General Franco's charge d'affaires in the government at Salamanca, M-IS for many years president of the German-Spanish society. A Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year It's such a little thing to say, but we say it with all sincerity, trusting that those who do business with us will know the full meaning of the words. Kelroy Fuel & Furnace Co. Phone 441 137 Fourth St. S. W. REMANDED FOR ANOTHER WEEK French Ask Extradition of Aviatnx Accused of Shooting Man. LONDON, (#) — Mme. Marie Scherneder, pretty principal in a week-end aerial drama of gunfire, flight and crash, was remanded for a week during extradition proceedings Wednesday on a warrant accusing her of "attempted murder within the jurisdiction of the French government." Trembling and frequently sniffing smelling salts, the French aviatrix appeared briefly in court and then was taken by taxi tn Holloway jail to await the completion of the hearing next Wednesday. She h;id no lawyer Wednesday. The only witness was Detective Inspector George Hatherill of Scotland Yard, who presented the extradition warrant. The court instructed officers to get'the necessary additional papers from France. Formally cautioned as to her rights the vividly rouged Mme. ! Schemeder replied in a low voice: j "I have nothing to say," The French extradition proceed- I i ings were in connection with the | shooting of Pierre L'Allemant, av- I j iator-enginecr. L'Allemant, joint owner with Mme. Schemeder of an airplane, was shot in mid-air while flying | with her Sunday. He managed to | land at Villacoublay airdrome and i crawled from the plane, where- j upon Mme. Schemeder took off i again. She crashed at the end of a ] flight across the channel, near ! Selsey. U. S. Income Tax Collections Well Ahead of Year Ago WASHINGTON, (ff)— The commissioner of internal revenue reported income tax collections for the period Dec. 1 to 21, inclusive, were $275,706,756, compared with $225,058,321 for the December 120 period last year. The 1935 figures with the telegraphic reports from collection districts for the 1936 period, included for Iowa $1,234,213 as compared with $950,798 in 1935. Will Go to California. TITONKA—Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Pendergast, Betty Kokesh 'and Mrs. Lottie Kopplin of Regina, Canada, left Wednesday morning for Minneapolis to visit relatives until after Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Pendergast will then leave j for Long Beach, Cal., to spend the winter. Loan to Minnesota Co-Op Light, Power Company Approved ST. PAUL, (&)—A loan of $25,000 to the Meeker Co-Operative Light and Power association for wiring of homes for electricity and for installation of plumbing has been approved by the rura: electrification administ atior, ai Washington, according to word received by Ernest Lundeen, United States senator-elect. The association constru.cted 42C i miles of transmission line for 1,400 customers under a previous loan of $450,000. Visits in Chicago. DOWS—Mrs. Anna Scofield is visiting during the Christmas week with her children in Chicago. Are Parents of Son. ROCKWELL—Born, a son, to Mr. and Mrs. Verne Hathaway, Dec. 22. Services Christmas Day at St. James Christmas services will be held at St. James Lutheran church on Christmas" and the senior choir are at 10 a. m. The Rev. A. Mall will preach on "The Message of Christmas' 'and the senior choir will sing the Christmas anthem, "Tb<s First Christmas Morn" by Ernest Newton. At 11 a. m. German services will be held and Holy Communion given. The theme for the sermon: "Jesus Emmanuel." The choir will sing also at this' service. Guest From Kcnosha. ROCKWELL—Miss Mary Gaffney of Kenosha, Wis., is here for a holiday visit with home folks. Merry Christmas AND A Happy New Year Chicago Meat & Grocery 626 SOUTH JACKSON It .is our sincere hope that all our patrons and fellow townsmen enjoy a VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS IDEAL SAND and GRAVEL CO. NORTHEAST OF CITY SEASON'S GREETINGS We wish all of our customers and friends A MERRY CHRISTMAS and sincerely thank you for your generous patronage. MACK'S FOOD MARKET 1409 SOUTH FEDSRAL AVE. PHONE 51 \ / Wishing You A Merry Christmas FROM THE ENT'RE PERSONNEL OF CHAPMANS To our many friends—please accept this as our best wishes and thanks for your patronage and friendship. THE MERKEL CO. MAY THE GENUINE SPIRIT OF CHRISTMAS BRING YOU JOY AND PEACE AND CHEER JACOB E. DECKER & SONS i

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