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December 6, 1933

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 4

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4 CIVIL WORKS JOBS APPROVED Three Projects Planned Iowa City and Fourth in Johnson County. DES MOOTES, Dec. 6. UP--K. H Mulock, state civil works direoto has announced approval of thre civil works projects In Iowa Cit and a fourth In Johnson county nea Oxford as part of a renewed driv to prepare new projects followin assurance that Iowa will retain It original quota of men. itulook received word from Washington, yeaterday that the fu quota of 53,250 men will be em ployed. The Iowa City projects approve today Included Improvement of th municipal airport and airport park employing 30 men and coatin $5,5X0; removal of 34 blocks o abandoned street railway tracks a a cost of 511,636.20 and giving work to 60 men; and school an playground Improvement employin] 32 men at a coat of $6,048. The Oxford project will change a creek channel at a cost of $5,488.5' and will employ 21 men. The Iowa City airport improve ment project la the second approv ed in the state, the first being an allotment of $11,000 to constrct i new runway for the Des Moine. municipal airport approved las sight. The project will glva work ti 80 men. Delegations from a dozen Iow counties were awaiting their turn outside the office of George Keller state civil works engineer, today tc preaent their projects for approval I/awler Infant Buried, NEW HAMPTON, Dec. 6.--Funeral services were held Sunday for John Thomas Smith, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold S. Smith, Law ler farmer. The Rev. Father Plynn Waucoma was in charge of the services. Home From Illinois. WODEN--Mr. and Mrs. Sam Smith returned home from Illinois Tuesday after a weeks' visit with relatives. 200 Farmers Gather at Lawler and Hear Corn-Hog Plan Talks LAWLER, Dec, 6.--A group of approximately 200 rmers attended an open meeting in the local Woodman hall here yesterday to discuss and prepare for the signing of contracts in connection with the corn- hog program. Acting County Agont Curouglt and Former County Agent Prank Hunt explained with the use of official government charts why there is an over production of farm products. Louis Fischer was appoluted to head a committee for Utlca township for the purpose of getting the contracts signed when ready. Carl Richardson accepted a similar position for Stapleton township. Mrs. Thompson, Formerly of Clarksville, Buried CLARKSVILLE, Dec. 6.--Funeral services for Mrs. Pierce. Thompson, 64, formerly Elizabeth Burroughs, were held at the Methodist church in Shell Rock. Her husband's sona, Noble of Los Angeles, Cal., Archie of Tulsa, Okla., Verne of Allison, Glen of Shell Rock, daughter, Mrs. Melvin Scott of Traer; six randchildren, brothers, Frank of L.OS Angeles, Alfred of Packard, Robert of Clarksville and slaters, Mrs. Frank Booker, Rochester, Minn., Mrs. Margaret Martin, Glenwood, Mrs. Sam Chesnut and Miss May Burroughs of Clarksville, survive. Dividends for Bassett Savings Bank Approved NEW HAMPTON, Dec. 6.--R. W. Caster, receiver of the Baaaett Sav- ngs bank, Bassett, filed a petition asking the court to approve a fourth livideud of 513,682.44 to'depositors. Tudge T. H. Goheen, Calmar, signed he order. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE TENTATIVE TAX PLAN DRAFTED Report of House Ways an Means Group Calls for Rate Changes. WASHINGTON, Dec. 6. UB--^ preliminary tax revision program estimated to yield $237,000,000 year has been recommended by house ways and means committee The report, calling for wld changed in tax rates, was submit ted to the full committee. Addi tional recommendations are expect ed later. Hearings by the full com mlttee on the proposals are expect ed to begin shortly. The preliminary report propose, increased surtax rates, a norma rate of 4 per cent on all income in stead of the present 4 per cent on the first ?4,000 net Income and t per cent over $4,000; and man' other changes Including heavy taxe. against personal holdlug companies which the report termed a "schems of the 'incorporated pocketbooks.' ' Briefly summarized, the program would provide the following reve nue: Changes in the normal and sux tax rates and in credits against n'el income, 536,000,000; changes in depreciation and depletion allowances, $85,000,000; capital gain and loss changes, $30,000,000; persona holding comr \y taxes, $25,000,000 exchanges a n d reorganizations $18,000,000; dividends out of pre- March 1, 1013, earnings, $6,000,300; foreign tax credits, 510.000,(00; consolidated returns, $20,000, 000, and partnership losses. $7, 000,000. Vip to Norway Started by Stanzeland of Woden WODEN, Dec. 8.--Ole Stanze- and left for Norway Tuesday, here he will visit with his parents r an indefinite time. 3ritt Junior College Prepares 4 Act Comedy BRITT, Dec. G.--The junior college will present a four act comedy, "Cosy Corners," at the high school auditorium Wednesday evening. The cast includes Virginia Landsberg, Rollln Brooks, Paul Higdon, Lee Hunsley, Viola Smith, Edward Malek, Elsie Novak, Daisy Fillemvorth, Blda Morrow, Doris Kelly, Hazel Boldt and Alice llulholland. It Is under the direction of Miss Mildred Schmidt. CORN LOANS RISE AS MACHINERY IN IOWA SPEEDS UP Many North Iowa Counties Represented as Sealers Continue Work. Farmers in most counties in North Iowa were recelvlngfqans on coi i which had been sealed and the total Issued in Iowa neared the half million mark. The machinery for issuing the loans was being speeded up more each day as sealers continued their work. m C f w Sheakley, president of the First National bank at New Hampton and head of a department store had two cribs of corn on his farm six miles west of New Hampton sealed Tuesday. One crib held 388 bushels on which ,,174.60 was borrowed, the other held 356 bushel on which 160.20 was borrowed This was the third loan In Chlck'asaw county. The government corn loan blanks were received in Kossuth county Monday. Loans were started at once and by Tuesday evening there were 17 loans made in Kossuth county. The loans were made to: Mat HiJ- 5f r «; ?540; Fred Besterilehuers. $1,575; August Vaudt, $619.65' August Vaudl, $235.35; Gust Sanftner $630; Theo Hilbert, $580; John C. Grlese, $408.60; Wermerson and Hilbert, 51,440; M. L. Roncy, $1,125- M. L. Roney, $1.125; H. J. Vipond and L. A. Vipond, $648; H. J. Vipond and L. A. Vipond, $22680- John Reding, ?1 T 215; A. E. Clayton' $737.10; A. E. Clayton, $691.20- A! E. Clayton, $240.30; Walter Kruse 1405. More in Hancock. Additional corn loans made to Ittncock county farmers included*3. N. Green, Corwith, $450; Carl W. lobinson, Kanawha, $900; Ralph W 'ischer, Corwith, fl,678.50; Mclvin H. Johnson, Garner, $434.45; Leonrd Nonnweiller, Forest City 368.55; Albert Jante, Garner 441.45; Ben Goll, Garner, $405; Tabel Heln Borchers, Garner, DECEMBER 6 1939 $315.05; J. A. Chambers, Corwith, $1,260. S. C. Nonuweiller, Miller, $345.60; Swan Rath, Brltt, $517.50; Victor Gelner, Forest City, $415.60; Ed Oxley, Corwith, ?630; Lloyd VanBuskirk, Goodeil, $1,350. Nineteen Hancock county farmers have sealed 31,303 bushels since Friday and loans paid total $12,677.85. Warehouse tickets have been made out, but the supply of seals have been exhausted. A new supply is expected to arrive within a few days. County Agent S. J. Oberhauser said that he expected that 50 per cent of the farmers in Hancock county who have corn on hand would take out loans. Most of the corn that has been sealed grades 2 and 3 with the yellow corn predominating. More white than yellow corn grades No. 2 some of the yellow grades No. 3. Given in Piilo Alto. Twelve Palo Alto county farm- i filed applications for com loans with the county recorder here Tuesday, making a total of 16 to date who are slated to receive loans within the next few days. Those who are recorded on Tuesday's list are Theodore Hermanson of Ruthven, with 900 bushels; Theodore Johnson of Cylinder 3 - OD7 bushels; W. L. Beekman of Cylinder, 750 bushels; Clarence Christiansen of Ruthven. 900 bushels; M. J. Convvay of 'Cylinder, 1,400 bushels; B. J. Banwart of West Bend, 1,775 bushels; J. M. Kleigl of Palo Alto county, 1,700 bushels; Mrs. Anna Korleski of Palo Alto county, 1,050 bushels; Theodore Paton of Ruthven, 710 bushels; Walter Wegener of Independence township, 1,000 bushels; G. M. Ton- lerum of Ruthven, 800 bushels, and Paul K. Larson of Ayreshire, 1,400 bushels. The largest corn loan application was filed here Monday by John Wegener of Fairville on 8,000 bitshela. In Bremer county. Harold Smith of Plalnficlcl received a loan of $187 and Edwald Kahle of Plalnfield, S453. Frank Carter of Clarksville received n. loan of $350 in Butler county. Martin Hosband of Clear Lake, in Cerro Gordo county, re- celveci a loan of $1SO. At Mason City THEATERS IRENE DUNNE AS "ANNE VICKERS" Starring Irene Dunne, Vlckers" started a garment at the , three Cecil "Anne day en theater thcVe For real, downright good flavor you can't beat good old Butter-Nut Coffee. It has richness and mellowness that makes it the high spot of any meal. We see to that. We choose our coffees by tasting them. Only coffees of top-notch flavor ever have a chance to get into Butter-Nut. Next time you buy coffee say "Butter-Nut" and you will get the finest coffee of them all. Coffee Received In Winnebngo. Loans made in Winnebago county were: E. E. Johnson, Buffalo Center $S16; Weir Frette, Buffalo Center, $505.35. J. O. Smidson, Thompson $437.40. Worth county loans included: R. M. Seatcr. Northwood. $834; Arthur F. Madera, Plymouth. $765; George Smith, Manly, $1,246; Wilmer A. Nack, Grafton, $720. Emmet county loans included: L. S. Nelson, Rfngsted, $225; Eugene McCarty, Wallingford, $1,80-1.50; J. R. Schmidt, Ringsted, $292.50; Theo. Rolling, Armstrong, $708.50: W. H. Miner, Gruver, $1,327.50; W. H. Miner and B. T. Roach, jointly, Gruver, $1,260. Floyd county loans were: V. F. Bjorkman, Charles' City, $180; W. H. Koehler, Floyd, .$540. Ora Hennick, Floyd, $483.75"; "Wilbur Miller, Nashua, $440.53; Clark King, Marble Hock, $715.05; Mervyn Stewart, Floyd, $1,080; A. J. Prlngle, Greene, $518.40; Ear] Ingram, G r e e n e , $253.35; Otto G. Brandou, Rudci. 5800.33; H. C. Jakel, Nashua, $1,107. Franklin county were: F, I. and Fred C. Aoorn. Sheffield, $1,995; William Schoneman, Thornton, $1,746; Raymond Shroyer, Hampton, $864; J. L. Straw, Hansell, $545. Hardln (lets Loans. Loans made In Hardin county were: G. T. Boylan, Hubbard, $180; S. W. Dougan, Iowa Falls, $742.50; H. P. Primus, Steamboat Rock, $585.45; Floyd Lake, Iowa Falls, $360; J. S. Lake, Buckeye, $517.50; Jasper Grosser, Eldora, $270; Guy Cormancy, Alden, ?1,080; Mary Eagle, Iowa Falls, $1,071; P. F. Noll, Iowa Falls, $639; I. H. Merrick Eldora, $623.70. Humboldt county loans included: John Cedar, Hardy, $900; Marie Hoiden, Otteson, $382; William Wendle, Humboldt, $420; Fred Plnn, Humboldt, $405. At TltonXa, E. R. Woricy, official corn sealer for this district, began work Monday afternoon and sealed a crib for Carl Gieaking, the first one at Titonka. At Gait, Herbert Morrow, Wall Lake, was the first to seal his corn. Ho says that he believes that 90 per cent of his neighboring farmers will seal and place loans on their corn and will gladly reduce the i-e- quircd percentage of their IDS! coru and hog production in accordance with the Wallace plan. Wednesday. This picture is taken from Sinclair Lowls' novel of the same name and with a supporting cast which includes Walter Huston Bruce Cabot. Conrad Nagel, Edna May Oliver and others it should be one of the best shows of the year "Hell and High Water," a ne\v story by Max Miller, author of "I Cover the Waterfront," started Wednesday at the Palace on the same bill with "Stage Mother," which features Alice Brady supported by Maureen O'SulHvan Franchot Tone, Phillips Holmes and Ted Healy. The new Max Miller story stars Richard Arlen ant! Judith Allen and, like its predecessor, portrays the waterfront and its interesting characters. * * ! HELEN HAYES STARS IN "ANOTHER LANGUAGE" With Helen Hayes in the leading role and Robert Montgomery playing opposite her, "Another Language" plnys Wednesday and Thursday at the Strand theater. Louise Closser Hale is cast as the selfish mother in this Interesting story and turns in a good performance, while Miss Hayes is up to her usual high standard. * f "Her First Mate" plays Wednesday and Thursday at the Iowa and should be good for more than a laugh a minute with a cast featuring Slim Summerville and Zasu Pltti supported by Una Merkel. Warren Hymer and other humorists. S 3 K "LITTLE WOMEN" AT CECIL SATURDAY Pronounced by critics in every part of the country a.s one of the finest pictures ever filmed, "Little Women" will play at the Cecil theater for one week, starting- Satur day. Katharine Hepburn, withou doubt as great sin actress as can be found in Hollywood, is said t give the finest performance of he career. She is strongly supported b 1 Joan Bennett, Pau! Lukas, France Dee, Jean Pai-ker and Edna May Oliver. Louisa M. Alcott's gripping itory is truly depicted before your eyes. Tho double feature coming fo the Palace theater Saturday for a four day engagement will provide o pleasing variety of entertainment with Barbara Stanwyck's new star ring vehicle "Ever in My Heart' and El Brendel in "Oisen'a Big Mo ment," a comedy force starring Brendel as a janitor on his nl£h out. . . * * o · KEN MAYNARD STARS AT STRAirD AND IOWA Ken Maynard fans have a pleas urabic week-end ahead of them Their hero is the star in the featur pictures at both the Strand and Iowa theaters, "Strawberry Roan' at the Strand and "The Lorn Avenger" at the Iowa, Ken's wonde: horse, Tarzan, appears in hotl films. 3,700 Seal Letters Sent. GARNER, Dec. 6.--Twenty- seven hundred Christmas seal letters were mailed from the Garner postoffice Monday. Two hundred and seventy-five being mailed to Garner residents. The Rev. Father M. J. Manterach, pastor of St. Boniface church here and Justice of the Peace H. V. Reed were the first in Hancock county to make returns. Must Issue 38 a. Minute. ST. PAUL, Dec. 6. (fft-- Statisticians In the state highway department h ve figured out that if all of Minnesota's automobile drivers aro to have their driver's licenses by March 1, as required by law, more than 2,250 licenses must be issued every hour of every working day in December, January and February. This is about 3S licenses a minute, of 18,000 a day, figuring eight hours to the working day. Wisconsin Girl 4-H Domestic Champion CHICAGO, Dec. 6. OP)--Hulda Stetier, a 20 year old 4-H club gir from near Fountain City, Wis. was named national 4-H homi economics girl in a contest conduct ed by the national committee or boys and girls club work in co-operation with agriculture extension agents. She will receive a $400 casl agricultural college scholarship. Oklahoma Boy 4-H Leadership Champ CHICAGO, Dec. 6. UP) Hugo Graumann of Granite, Okla. won the title of national 1933 leadership champion, winner of a contest in which more than 930,000 4- H club boys and girts in the United States participated. Doris E. Clark of Goodman, Wis., was chosen the national leadership champion for girls. Visitor From Mitchell. RUDD--Mrs. H. O. Nielson, nee Hazel Slocum of Mitchell S. Dak., came to visit at the parental E. O. Slocum home. Hardin Ministers Meet. ACKLEY, Dec. 6.-- The Hardin county Ministerial association met Monday in St. John's Evangelical church at Ackley. The Rev. L. f. Runion of the M. JS. church and tfte Rev. M. Smith of Radcliffe presented two phases on "World Pence. ' The next meeting will be held in the Christian church in Eldora, Jan. 8. Will Meet Thursday. FLOYD--A home project meeting- wi!! be held at the home of Mrs. H. M. Russoi Thursday afternoon. A RETURN ENGAGEMENT A lucnttim! t h e r e nu place t n t r o mancp In mnr- rlage? JAGOBSEN URGES PLENTY TO DRINK Adequate Supply of Liquor to Curb Bootlegging Seen as Need. CLINTON, Dec. 6. t!P)--Forseelng the ultimate adoption of model liquor control legislation, Congressman B. M. Jacobsen, democrat, of the second Iowa district, who was elected on a wet platform, has expressed the belief that the most im portant concern of the federal government Is that the people should have an adequate supply of drinkable liquor. Unless that provision Is made, he- expressed the fear today that the bootlegger will continue to ply his trade. "I also am vitally interested In a measure which will prohibit the use of ingredients In the manufacture of liquor other than those grown within the United States. "Millions o? bushels of corn and other grains can be consumed in this manner and as a result we will Immediately attain the end we have striven to accomplish through other avenues," he said. "Lost but not least, 1 he concluded is a tax which will enable our distillers to place their products on the American market at a reasonable price. An unreasonably high :ax will bring comfort to the bootlegger. The people will willingly pay a reasonable price for good" liquor, but no doubt will resent pav- ng exorbitant prices." . J Speaks on China. THORNTON, De6. C.--I. O. Musg- erd Harbin, Manchuria, China, who B visiting his brother, E. A Mus K - erd spoke before the high school Monday about China Dr. Hubert Work of Hoover Cabinet to Wed Denver Widow WASHINGTON. Dec. G. (}-Word reached Washington today that Dr. Hubert Work, former secretary of the interior and former chairman of the republican national committee, will be married at noon next Friday in Denver to Mrs. Ethel Reed Gano, widow of a. Denver merchant. Dr. Work is a widower. His first wife died several years ago in Washington. He recently purchased an estate in Cherry Hills, Denver, where he will reside. Calmar Man Dies After Illness of Two Months CALMAR, Dec. 6.--VVencell Kry- son died at his home here Monday after a lingering Illness of about two years. He is survived by his wife and five children. ALL ABOARD for the LAUGH CRUISE OF THE SEASON PITTS with UNA MESKEL HENRY ARMETTA BENTON CHURCHILL More Laughs "A QUIET NIGHT" NOVELTY AND CAHTOON NOW Mnt. 13c, Evo Zflc, Children lOc STARTS TODAY! THE BOOK THAT WARMED A nation's heart is burning up the Micro's been a iot of mud throwing at the heroine of this novel!: Before we judge her let us see her in life's true colors ... in the splendid dramatisa- tion of Sinclair Lewis great work! Starring IRENE DUNNE EDNA MAY OLIVER Conrad Na K el · Bruce Cabot All Star Comedy "Creoles Tour" Merry Melody "Gotta Sing n Torch Song" Louisa Alcott's "LITTLE WOMEN" Starring KATHERINE HEPBURN "Stage Mother" HE JUST COULDN'T ·STAND WOMEN until he pulled a girl out of the sea who felt the same way about men! "HELL AND HIGH WATER" Mat.20c Eve.30c

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