Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 16, 1937 · Page 60
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 16 • 1937 NICSCHEELIS ON KGLO STAFF Formerly Associated With Radio Station KROC at Rochester, Minn. Nic Scheel, production manager for KGLO, arrived Saturday) from Rochester. Minn., with Mrs.! Scheel and will immediately bejrir; i his duties for the local station which opens Sunday. Mr. Scheel, who has been associated with KROC at Rochester, has a radio telephone operators license and has been connected with radio in various capacities for seven years. Operators of KGLO are Car \ Olson, formerly of State Center, Harold White, formerly of Richland, and Leonard McCurrin, formerly of Garner. Mr, Olson lias had experience at KFJB at Marshalltown and Mr. White has been connected with KFAB and a Chicago station. KGLO Will Be On the Air SUNDAY, JAN. 17 1:00 P. M. For giving our community a radio station—one that we can all be proud of — we CONGRATULATE Lee P. Loomis, the Globe-Gazette and KGLO. *. Jefferson Transportation Co. Jefferson Coffee Shop AT THE BUS DEPOT ... 16 FIRST STREET S. W. On Radio Program Talbert MacRae, above, will direct the Iowa State eolleee glee club from Ames on the rebroadcast which will be part of the dedicatory program Sunday for KGLO. 160 Acre Farm Sold. i OSAGE—Ben Schultheis sold his 160 acre farm 3 '.••> miles east of here to Rollin Angel! who will take possession March 1. Roilin and Merlyn Angell have operated the parental Walter Angell farm in Burr Oak and now Merlyn will operate the home farm alone, Mr. Schultheis has been in poor health so has no definite future plans. .,FOR YOUR HEALTH'S SAKE i JUST AS MODERN and up-to-date as the new broadcasting equipment in Station KGLO is the new LENNOX GAS FIRED WINTER AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM which combined with a cooling coi! will properly heat, circulate, filter, and humifify the air of the Broadcasting station in the winter, and cool, circulate, filter and dehumidify the air in the summer. Unfortunately for you KGLO cannot <;end this properly conditioned air from the Broadcasting Station to your home along with the programs received on your radio, but we can install a LENNOX AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM in your residence so that you can enjoy all the comforts of properly conditioned air in your own home while enjoying the KGLO programs. We invite you to come in and see the latest 1937 Model Lennox Unit, just received and now on display on our floor. They are made for use with either gas, oil or coal. RAY E. PAULEY CO. Phone 693 421-425 South Federal Ave. DORAN OPPOSED TO BLUE LAWS Favors Repeal of Sunday Prohibitions but Wars on Divorce. DES MOINES, (JP)—Senator L. H. Doran (E) of Boone can't see anything wrong in golf on Sunday, but he does see a lot wrong in divorce. Which explains why Senator Doran during the first week of the forty-seventh general assembly fiied a bill which would penalize movie theaters which show pictures in which divorced actors play; another which would increase the penalty for wilful failure of a divorced husband to pay support money to his former wife or* children and a third which, in effect, would repeal Iowa's Sunday blue laws. The first he doesn't expect to see passed, but he has hopes for the other two. Father of Three. . "I'm' the father of three children, all less than 18," the senator explained. "I don't think it does a young mind any good to see pictures of movie stars who've been divorced time and again, and I believe there are many parents who agree with me." Doran said he introduced the other divorce bill at the. suggestion of several judges. It increases the penalty from one to 30 days in jail. His Sunday blue law bill provides that a $100 fine be assessed against anyone who disturbs Sunday worship. Not a Reformer. But it also repeals various sections of the code, which a study of the code disclosed include laws prohibiting carrying of firearms, dancing, hunting, shooting, horse racing, buying or selling property, or any labor except of necessity or charity on Sunday. "I'm no reformer," said the senator, "and everyone knows these prohibitions aren't enforced. If they aren't enforced they shouldn't be in the statutes." Transmitter for Local Station Inspecting the new transmitter at K3LO is Sidney Davis, chief engineer for the radio station which opens Sunday, Jan. 17. To the rear of Mr. Davis is the frequency monitor and control Califomian Hanged for Wife's Murder SAN QUENTIN, Cal., (#)—Louis R. Shaver, 53, formerly nf Troy, N. Y., was hanged here Friday for slaying his wife, Lillian, in September, 1934. Jealousy \vas blamed for the crime. Mrs. Shaver was stabbed and beaten to death in the couple's home at Oakland, Cal. Their two young sons and a daughter later were adopted by a middle aged country couple. Woman Says She Is 120. WELLSBURG, W. Va., (UP)— The county that became famous for its Grimes Golden apple and the Wellsburg "marriage mill" | now claims one of the oldest resi- I dents in America—if not the oldest. She is Mrs. Edythe Cooper. She told an investigator of the social security office that she was 120 years old — born in slavery Jan. 18. 1816, at Macon, Ga. Thieves Break Into Iowa Solon's Car WASHINGTON, (^—Representative Otha D. Wearin of Hastings, Iowa, reported to police Friday thieves who broke into his car near the house office building stole property valued at about $80. Included in the loss was a camera, $22 worth of stamped envelopes, books, correspondence and some clothing Mrs. Wearin had brought from Iowa earlier in the week. You can tell the age of a doctor by his degree of exasperation when girls wearing five ounces of rayon fail to get pneumonia.—Davenport Times. Congratulations KGLO From the Downtown Texaco Station KIRK SERVICE GARAGE Across from P. G. & E- Jo« Johnion C. S. Hoy« Manila Makes Preparations for Eucharistic Congress Burglars Know Coins. NEW YORK, (UP)—Burglars who cracked the safe of the New Netherlands Coin company, took 320,000 worth of rare domestic silver and gold coins, but they passed up trays laden with foreign silver coins. Among the pieces stolen was the rare Oregon beaver $10 gold piece, estimated to be worth about SL800. Tree Yields Relic. SAN LEANDRO. Cal., (UP)— Fifly years ago, William Brazelle, Parisian emigrant fanner to California, hung his mattock in a tree and left it there. The tree grew around it until it was imbedded. Recently it has been cut out and will be preserved by the Brazelle family as it had been forged by hand" by tlie original Brazelle owner. Toledo Employment High. TOLEDO, (UP) — Employment has reached the highest point here since 1931 with a total of 85,000 workers. This is exclusive of 10,000 employed on WPA projects. Fire at Fireman's Expensive. WHEELINF, W. Va., (UP)—Six fire trucks dashed madly to a fire in the home of Fireman Philip Shaughnessy. It cost $22 to dispatch the trucks. Damage from the blaze was S2. CONGRATULATIONS We Are Happy to Have Been Called Upon to Furnish the DRAPERIES INLAID LINOLEUM and OFFICE and STUDIO FURNITURE Listen to Our Radio Program Every Week Day at 8:30 to 9 A.M., Entitled "MIER WOLF and SONS MELODY TIME" v MIER WOLFS, /ON; Church Edifices Date to 1 17th Century; Some Were Rebuilt. MANILA, (UP)—Fire, Chinese uprisings, earthquakes, typhoons, British troops and time have scarred the 18 principal Catholic churches in Manila and vicinity but most of them are being remodeled or repaired in preparation for the thirty-third International Eucharastic congress, Feb. 3-7. Several of these structures were built in the seventeenth century and six of them have been destroyed and rebuilt from two to five times. Their history is virtually the history of the Philippines since Magellan's discovery of the islands in 1521. In the vestry of the Church of San Augustin, which was damaged in the British occupation of Manila in 1762, the terms of the American occupation of the city were signed in 1898. In the chapel lie the bones of Miguel Lopez de Legaspi. the first Spanish governor of the Philippines. The church, the oldest in the Philippines, contains mural decorations done 70 years ago by the Italian painter Alveroni. One Church All Iron The tireless Recollect Fathers brought the all-iron church of San Sebastian in parts from Belgium. Built on a high stone platform, it has 12 European stained glass windows, depicting the ^fe of Christ from the Annunciation to the Resurrection. The Recollect Fathers built their church, the 'second oldest in the Philippines, in the Bagumbayan district near Manila bay in 1606. Two years later, they built their first church in the old walled city of Manila, where the present church of the Recoletos is the third on the same site. Chaos resulting from the Chinese uprising of 1639 halted construction of the Church of Our Lady of Peace and Good Voyage, located in the village of Antipolo, a shrine to which thousands of pilgrims travel several miles outside the city to visit each May It was damaged slightly by flames during the Chinese uprising and , was destroyed twice by earth| quakes.' ' I When Commodore George Dew- I ay's fleet was battering Manila in i 1898, thousands of Catholics knelt I in the Capuchin church and pray- i ed for safety. Catholic history says of the building: "At the same time when almost all Manila churches were being turned into military quarters, the Capuchin fathers were inaugurating their new church, at the altar of which stands—a promise of peace and well-being—the enchanting image of the Virgin of Lourdes." Pay Homajfc to Statue Fire which destroyed the Church of Quiapo about a decade ago, left the life-size Black Christ image unharmed. Each Friday hundreds of devout pay homage to the statue, brought from Mexico 300 years ago, and once each year it is carried through the streets at night, when hundreds jostle for an opportunity to kiss its feet. Architects and art lovers think the Greco-Roman Jesuit Church of San Ignacio, built in 1889, is the *city's finest Tourists frequently visit the building to see the carvings and paintings done by an artist who is said to have been stricken blind, following completion of the work. In the chapei are inscribed the names of Jesuit fathers who died in the Philippines. In the 200 year eld chapel of the Franciscan church, fourth of a series of structures which began as a native nipa house, is a reclining figure of Christ The artist who carved it, legend says, died immediately after the work was finished-- Honest Man Rises Early. CLEVELAND, (UP)—After he discovered he had received a dollar too much from a bank teller who cashed his WPA pay check, William Lurie, at 5:30 a. m. took the money to police headquarters. When the bank opened, a patrolman returned the money personally to the bank. Indian Fighter an Alien. FORT WORTH, Tex., (UP)— John C. Fowler, 74, Indian fighter and a Fort Worth resident for 65 years, has applied for naturalization papers. Fowler came 'here in 1871 from Woodstock, Can., and has voted and served on juries many times since he became 21; We're Happy That North Iowa is Going to Have a Radio Station ^ Mason City Glob«Gazette and KGLO Congratulations! Fire Brings Paid Vacation. GALION, Ohio, (UP)—When fire destroyed the $300,000 plant of the Perfection Burial company, the concern announced it would pay its 125 employes a bonus of full wages until work can be found for them in other burial plants. "Don't Worry," Advice at 104. PORTLAND, Ore., (UP)—John Nelson Ridgley, who voted for Abraham Lincoln over Stephen A. Douglas for U. S. senator from Illinois in 1848, on his 104th birthday here told those who seek longevity: "I never let anything worry me." Kiwanian, 87, Cited. MASSILLON, Ohio, (UP)—Dr. Seth Haltery, who has. practiced medicine here for more than 40 years, has been cited as the oldest active Kiwanian in the United States. He is 87. He has been a member of the Massillon Kiwanis club since July 1, 1921. Racket Fines Profit City. EAST LIVERPpOL, Ohio, (UP) —This city is deriving much of its revenue from the "numbers" racket. But it's all perfectly legitimate. In two months, 27 arrests of "numbers game" racketeers have netted $1,500 in fines. If A Community Asset! WE CONGRATULATE KGLO . . . And Sincerely Wish Them Unbounded Success CHAPIN-O'NEIL, INC. PHONE 1606 1 A BIG JOB... WELL DONE! KGLO We Congratulate the Globe-Gaxette on the Successful Completion of Its Radio Station. . . . And Appreciate Having Had a Part in Its Construction. WEBSTER LUMBER, INC. PHONE 808

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