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December 7, 1933

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 6

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SIX MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE PROMISED AID FOR AIRPORTS IN IOWA Cram Says Definite Word t Come From Washington This Week. DAVENPORT, Dec. 7. M?--Ai travel boosters in Iowa interests in airport development have bee promised government help and man are prepared to take avantage o federal aid, according to Ralph W Cram, who by appointment of Go% Clyde Herring: recently went t Washington with the Iowa program Mr. Cram said he *was assure that definite word would come thl week from Eugene Vidal, director o aeronautics for the department o commerce, regarding the special al lotment for airport work to supple mcnt and enlarge the work now be Ing done by the CVA. It is expected that all Iowa cltie desiring to establish and maintaii airports will draw up plans for im mediate^ consideration. The primary object of the move went is to get unemployed men on to payrolls. CRIMINALS NOT TO GET LENIENCY Cummings Gives Attitude on Prosecuting Prohibition Law Violators. WASHINGTON, Dec. 7. (ff)_At torney General Cummings said to day the justice department's genera attitude toward prohibition law vio lators "of previously good charac ter" would be extremely lenient but he promised vigorous prosecution o: the habitual criminal type. He estimated that of 2,219 federal criminal cases pending, 500 were prohibition cases and said thai 3,764 federal prohibition offenders were in jail out of a total prison population of 16,557. The prison population was described by Cummings as 6,809 below the figure for a year ago. He attributed the decrease to a more liberal treatment of prohibition cases because repeal was in sight. Cumminga estimated that within the next year there may be as many as 10,000 cases of violations of ; liquor revenue laws. HOW WOMEN PAN WIN MEN MEN WIN i j The Favor of Other Men . Unless two pints of bile iulcc flow dully Jrom squr liver Into your bowel, your ·rood decay, in your bowtll. Win poisons tour whole body. Movements set hard and ronstipated.. Von set yellow tonpire. yellow sHin jumplcs, dull eye., baf breath. lBd tnste Ka*. diizmcas. hcadnche. You Jisic Income an wly.JooWnjf. /oul-srae!!- Jne. sour-thinkinK person. You have lost your personal dmrm. Everybody wants lo run from yuu. But don't toko Balta, mineral WRtira, ii/t hi\ilivc jiirrs, roxativc candles or X iu k Kunis nn.il expect them to Ret rid "i Jli s W 0 " ""»£ destroys vour personal .^.TM...1te aP^^.J'- ^r. Uex onlj - " *i' ·M decay , 1 '? 1011 'ns-oif bowels. The _ mild vegetable medicine which starts ,?" A ow of .vour bile juice Is Carter's Little Liver Pilta. No cafomel (mercury) n Carter's. Only fine, mild vegetable atrncts If you WOU ld bring hack your Jcrsonal charm to win m t n , start tnkinc artcro Little Liver Pills accoYd'r'K "° llrcctlom today. 25C 1 at drug stores. Refuse something just as KOOO"*. for It lay enpe loosen teeth or ficald cctum Asls for Calter'a Little .iver Pills by name and B et what ou ask for. ©1333, C.M.Co. fOU CAN'T 5O WRONG you give HER Miller- n« HOSIERY,= ull fashioned, ear, slieer and itremely dur- ile. Chiffon or rvicc weights. C pairs in ~t sn GIFT BOX J_' ILLER-JONES oad Shoes for ALL ihe Family ; Fed. Ave. W. F. Duller, Mgr, Clear Lake Globe- HELEN HENDRICKS News Editor Residence Phone 310-W OFFICE PHONE No. 239 + LEE DEWIGGINS Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 67 LAKE BANK TO PAY DIVIDEND $43,000 to Be Circulated t Cerro Gordo State Bank Depositors. CLEAR LAKE, Dec. 7.--J. M Slosson, receiver of the Cerro Gord State bank, has procured permis sion of the district court to issue five per cent dividend to the Cer: Gordo State bank depositors. Thi will include a sum of approximately $43,000. Checks for depositors wii be available Dec. 15 at the ban! imilding. This Is the second dlvldeno :he firat one of 10 per cent having been distributed a year ago. LIONS BOW TO ALUMNI CAGERS Veterans Take Lead in Las Few Minutes to Win 18-17. CLEAR LAKE, Dec. 7.--Thi Clear Lake alumni topped the SCOP 18 to' IT at the opening cage gam' of the season Wednesday nigh' against the Lions' team. The Lions used e fast breaking offense making most of their point; on team plays, whil- the alumni hac a distinct advantage.In their height, hrce players standing over six fee.t loth groups had a lot of hard luck n making their shots good, part 3f which is due to lack of practice his year. All members of the Lions' team lade consistent gains, Liens and tiller each scoring five points, while im Anderson of the veterans cored four field shots (luring the rst three quarters. He was taken rom the game by fouls. The alumni made the first shot 'hich stopped at 8-" -for the alumni t the half. The school boys were olstered up by shots by Miller, chi- ek and Liens In tie next period o that the Lions were leading 13 o 12 at the end of the third quarter. Paul odded a shot and Garlock went strong at the last scoring two free throws and one fSeldgoal, to give the veterans the lead. 1 ";' The locals play Garner here Friday, Des i5. Lions--17 FG ^ane, f 1 filler, f 2 arber, f o 'hizek, c 1 iens, g i oslyn, g .1 FT o 2 0 o 2 PF 1 1 0 o 2 Totals llmni -- 18 Vistey, f igg, f aul, f Irooks, f felson, f Anderson, c arlock, g ^atterson, g ....6 5 5 FQ FT PF ____ 0 0 2 0 o 4 Totals Dr. A. C. Rorvig left for Daven- ort Wednesday where he will spend he remainder of the week taking course of instruction given at the 'orest Park sanitarium on the lat- st methods In treatment of physi ol disorders. PARK THEATER THURSDAY--PIUDAY "THE BIO EXECUTIVE" With nicard-o Cnrlei ADMISSION 100 TO EVERYONE SAT. STJN. "CHANCE AT HEAVEN" The Smart ^farttntnt Hottl of L O S A N G E L E S ARCADY INVITES INQUIRIES FROM T H O S E PIANNINO A TRIP TO SOUTHERN CADFORN/A THIS WINTER WltSHIRB KIVD. AT RAMPART "Wie Gehts" . . . LITTLE GERMAN BAND 'ILL PLAY FOR THE MODERN OLD TIME DANCE AT THE MASON CITY ARMORY ATURDAY NIGHT, DEC. 9 ive you made up your Quadrille Set? Better get ready. Dancing starts at 8 o'clock. Always 25c Bemis and Furleigh Show Prize Winning Chickens Ray Murray Tells of Corn* -Loan Program to Crowd at Poultry Exhibit. CLEAR LAKE, Dec. 7 -- Th grand champion rooster entered bj S. A. Bemis of Mason City and th grand champion hen entered b j Robert Furleigh of Clear Lake won sweepstakes prizes at the fourth annual Poultry show here, which closed today. A total of 388 birds tops the lis of entries other years and according to the judge, B. J. Rood, of the Iowa State college extension service, a healthy flock of birds quite free o worms. From Out-of-Town. S. A. Bemis of Mason City and George Kimball, Clear Lake, each received five first place ribbons foj their poultry as well as severa other second and third. Mrs. Wil Uam Schake of Nora Springs wa second with first prize ribbons anc 15 other ribbons. Those persons having entries in the contest Include: H. W. Hayes L. L. Wledman, Robert Furleigh Mrs. George Mahr, Arthur Eiby Ben Skadland, John BeaJ, Elmer Nelson, C. C. Rice, Ed Heitland Marlyn Butz, Arthur Rawson, Fret Boyd, Mrs. Elmer Hammon, George Kimfcall, Leon Hayes, S. J. Ott, Mrs. Orren Porter, Charles Wood ford, C. F. Ransom, Donnie Ransom Mrs. JR. S. Levisay, Mrs. J. P. Sorenson, Mrs. H. S. Hushaw, Pierre McCoy, Winter brothers, Gordon Nelson, Esther Tesene, Mrs. Ed Latch William Dutton, Arthur Juhl, Ken- foa Verbeckmoes, Lars Flora, all of lear Lake. From Mason City. Those from out of town were O. 3. Timme, S. A. Bemis, Mason Hty; Julius Bond, Mrs. Aoton 'arks, Fred Root, J. If. Holliags- ivorth, Robert Howard, all of Venura; Mrs. William Schake of Nora Springs and A. T. Hermanson, Forst City. A crowd of about 200 gathered at he Community building Wednesday noon for the joint picnic dinner of armera and businessmen and their amUies at which Ray Murray, sec- etary of agriculture of Buffalo Center, gave the principal address. H a stated that in the past week one-half million dollars has "been baned'to farmers in.'Idwa and with- n the next couple of weeks this vill be Increased from 1 to 20 times. Need Co-Operation. He pointed out the details of the orn loan and the corn-hog reduc- lon stating that all of the farmers ad to co-operate to assure the suc- ess of the program. Marion Olson, county 'agent, who ecently returned from the International Livestock show at Chicago, spoke of the cotton reduction which he had heard highly praised y the southern representatives at he convention. He stated that the orn-hog contracts were not out as t. George Sheridan introduced the members of the program. A play, 'The Telegram," was given by a jroup of drama players from the i!gh school. A group of high school musicians furnished music during he .dinner. Auxiliary Plans for Holiday Welfare Work CLEAR LAKE, Dec. 7. The American Legion auxiliary made ilans foi welfare work at the meet- ng Wednesday evening. The organ- zation voted its apportionment for he veterans hospital at Knoxville and also paid its assessment for disabled veterans at Knoxville, which s a ten cent head quota. This money s used for the extra comforts of .he soldiers at the hospital. The sewing circle presented a comforter to a needy family of a Legionnaire. It \vaa also voted to do a bit of Christmas cheer within the roup. Patsy Hushaw presented a clever ap dance accompanied by Mrs. H. 3. Husbaw on the piano. The wel- are committee served refreshments. "Piety Hill" section of California's 3-year old mining town, Grass Valoy, has streets with names chosen rom the Bible, Including Zion, Geth- emane, Jordan, Cross and Tribula- ion Trail. )octors Give Creosote For Dangerous Coughs For many years our best doctors ave prescribed creosote in some orm for coughs, colds and bronchl- s, knowing how dangerous it is to et them hang* on. Crepmulslon with creosote and six ther highly important medicinal aments, quickly and effectively tops all coughs and colds that oth- rwise might lead to serious trouble. Creomiilslon is powerful in the reatment of all colds and coughs, et it Is absolutely harmless and Is leaaant and easy to take. Your own druggist guarantees reomulsion by refunding your money if you are not relieved after aking Creomulslon as directed. Bc- vare the cough or cold that hangs n. Always keep Creomiilston on and for Instant use.--(Adv.l IN CHARACTER ROLE CLEAR LAKE, Dec. 7.--Ron- aid Kawson who lias starred in several high school musical unil dramatic productions will play the role of Ko-Ko, In the light opera, "Mlltado," which Is to be given nt the high school Thursday and Friday nights at 8 o'clock. It is n. cluiracter role of an elderly Japanese guardian of the girl Yum-Yuni, who is portrayed by Charlotte Wolford. OLIVER SHERMAN DIES IN CHICAGO Body Will Be Brought to Ray Sherman Home Friday. CLEAR LAKE, Dec. T.--Oliver Dale Sherman, 33, medical lecturer and publicist, died in an Evanston hospital early Thursday looming after a. long battle :agalnst ameblc dysentery;- a .·..disease · ''\fiffibh";: has caused many deaths 'in Clffcago recently. He is a son of Ray Sherman who resides northeast of Clear Lake. Sherman was a lecturer for the Chicago Tuberculosis institute and handled public relations for the American College of Surgeons, the Chicago Medical and Chicago Dental societies. He Is survived by his father, Roy Sherman, who was called to Chicago Tuesday by his weakened condition, his wife, the former Mildred Meekes of Canton, Ohio, and a daughter, Mary Dale, 6, Chicago. The body will arrive in Clear Lake Friday morning and be taken to the Sherman country home until funeral arrangements can be made. CLEAR LAKE BRIEFS Dance, Clear Lake Country club. Sat., Sun., Dee. 9, 10. Each 40c. Operetta, "Mikado," Thurs. nnd Pri. nights, Dec. 7 and 8, high school. Adrn. 35e and 25c. Mr. ana Mrs. Charles W. Gray are the parents of a daughter born Sunday night at the home of Mrs. '·ray's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Paul, Division street. Whit's Nlic Spot, Fri. nlte. Dine and dance. Red Wilson's Orch. Wo cover charge. Mr. and Mrs. nudolph Wotterling of Ladysmith, Wis., have left for their home after a 10 days' stay vith his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wiliam Wetter-ling-. John Bohnlng is confined to his iomo on South Fourth street with a sprained ankle. John Lamdgren is working at Cedar Rapids this week where he is assisting in the natural gas line look-up for Cedar Rapids. Mrs. Jabel Newcomer has returned from Minneapolis where she spent the week-end with friends, Mr. ana Mrs. Keith I-cmon of terling, Colo., left for their home fter a visit at the home of Mrs. Lemon's sister, Mrs. Earl Scherf. WORK PROJECTS ARE APPROVED Funding Bonds Placed in Judgment Are Issued by City. CLEAR LAKE, Dec. T.--A resolution authorizing the issue of 56 140 worth of funding bonds to pay outstanding warrants which have beert placed in judgment was passed by the city council at a special session Wednesday evening at the citv nater department. A resolution was also passed setting Dec. 29, as the date O f hearing on the proposed assessments for costs of destroying noxious weeds The Cerro Gordo emergency relief committee and the Civil Works Administration have approved the two projects providing the laying of 3,698 feet of water 'mains anc the repairing and rebuilding of storm centers in Clear Lake. Specific work projects on city streets were agreed upon. This work consists of the building up of shoulders of streets and repair work. These include Clausen street from the Milwaukee station, Center street west to East street, Marion parkway, Victoria avenue from Main to Bell, Lindon avenue from Main to Bell, Bell street, South Oak from Main to highway 108, South Center street, South Fourth from the paving to the outlet, South Third from highway. 106 to outlet, Shell Oil station on Division to Carrie Collins home on Camp Grounds, Pleasant street, South Second street to lake. Outlet park and Dickirson plat, South East'street to East Lake place, coi-ner of Jefferson and Sixth streets, parking on the north side of East Main on Sunny street to corporation line, and O'Neill avenue in Beaver addition. Skaters Await Second Freezing of Clear Lake CLEAR LAKE, Dec. 7.--Ducks lave taken the place of skaters and ce boat riders on Clear Lake, since he wind has ceased. With the hunt- ng season at a close, the ducks ven- :ure to all parts of the lake which s completely open. Only bits of tt'oken .ice along the shore which were washed In by;the wind shows that the-lake 'has been frozen over this winter. .. A short circuit in the electric iron at the Joe Byars home on Shady Beach burned a hole in the rug before it was discovered. The call for :he fire department was cancelled jefore the department reported. GLY-CAS JUST WHAT SHE HAD BEEN NEEDING "Words Cannot Express My Gratitude for the Gly-Cas," D e c l a r e s Mrs. Dreizy; Health Was Failing Rapidly Until She Began New Herbal Remedy. Mrs. J. C. Dreizy, 120 1st St. N. W., Mason City, is among the hundreds of thousands of former suffering people who now know to their joy, the vast difference in results to be had from Gly-Cas' vegetable ingredients, with glycerine, Magazine Salesman Leaves. CLEAR LAKE, Dec. 7.--The Band Mothers' club which sponsored a ale of magazines here for rcpre- entatlvea of the Crowell Publish- ng company have received word iiat one of the representatives kept he receipts and disappeared. Word as been received from the publish- ng company that all magazines sold y this young man will be received. Persons having not received their magazines as yet are to notify Mrs Iscar Petcrsen and Mrs. M. P. Hughes. Three Drowned When Car Goes Into River VIOLA, Wis., Dec. 7. UP)--Three ergons were drowned in the Kick- poo river on the outskirts of Viola oday when an automobile missed he bridge at the foot of a long hill nd went into the river. Charles Young, 22, and Max Davidson, 24, f Soldiers Grove and Miss Jessie Tail, 17, Viola, were the victims. MRS. J. C. DREIZY acting full strength upon the inner system, compared with other present day medicines. Read the following statement made recently by Mrs. J. C. Dreizy, so her many friends and acquaintances might learn of this new remedy and be benefitted by it: "I am enjoying 1 good health ngain and give Gly-Cas full credit," she said. "My whole system seemed disordered, high blood pressure, dizzy, constipated, gas on my stomach, bloated, was tired and wornout all the time, and fast losing in weight, had fallen off from 172 to 142 pounds and was terribly nervous. But Gly-Cas changed it all and I am now feeling fine. Gaining in weight, eat and sleep good, dizzy spells gone and it is really wonderful to be so well again. Gly-Caa gives results when all else fails. Anyone wishing to know further of my wonderful experience with Gly-Cas can call at my home." Never a day goes by without others being restored to good and glorious health, even in cases of years' standing this new herbal remedy hag given results that are actually near the amazing. Gly-Cas is sold by Michael Drug Co., 5 So. Federal Ave., Mason City. DECEMBER 7 MINNESOTA GIRL SHOT TO DEATH Willmar Police Hunting for Jealous Suitor After Slaying. WILLMAR, Minn., Dec. 7. LTt-- 4. 17 year old high school girl was shot to death in u minister's home here last night and police today were seeking a jealous suitor. The body of the girl, Rubby Haug daughter of G. c. Hang, president of the State bank of Pennock, near here, was found, covered with boards, in bushes, 30 feet from the home of the Rev. W. C. Binsoii where the slaying took place. Not ut Home. The Rev. and Mrs. Binson, with whom the girl lived while attending school here, were not at home at the time of the slaying but theii three children were playing upstairs. John, 10, the eldest, notified police, who said they were seeking Lyman Solmonson, 31, who had been warned to cease hia attentions to the girl. She had complained last week, police said, that he wa "pestering" her. Playing Downstairs. The 10 year old minister's son told police he and his two brothers were playing downstairs when a visitor came. He seemed anxious to have tlie boys go upstairs, John said. "We won't go upstairs until you tell us your name," Jolui said he told the visitor. When they were informed his name was "Lyman," they went. Later they heard the shots and John called police. j LOWEST PRICE IN HISTORY North America Grand Champion Steer Sold for $1.30 a Pound CHICAGO, Dec. 7. OB--The grand :hampion of North American steers, Sriarcliff model, was sold today at 51.30 a pound. The buyer was Harold Cudney of Cudney and company, Chicago packers, representing the 'aimer House. Steaks from the huge steer, which won the International Livestock exposition award, will be sold to Chicagouns for Christmas loliday dinners. A small octopus was captured off he Georgia coast recently, much to the surprise of veteran fishermen vho had never seen one that far north. KIRK'S coco CASTILE SOAP SHOES C o m e . . . see...and b u y . . . all new styles . . . s a e d e , kid, c a l l and combinations . . . every pair a real valne, ALL SIZES 'Make Mother a Happy, Household Engineer. . . GIVE HER A Damp-Dryer Mode! EASY Buy the Washey at only Right through the past seven years Damp-Dryer Model EASY Washers have sold in increasing numbers at $165 and more. Now--on the eve of business recovery--with prices rising in lUl lines--EASY offers this smashing price reduction on washers made from materials bought at pre- J -viously prevailing low prices--a gesture of co-operation and good will to the thousands of women who want to buy the BEST. Place your order for one of these washers NOW--to assure delivery before Christmas, and to secure a splendid new EASY at present low prices. Prices quoted guaranteed for 48 hours. $10 Down Easy Payments The New EASY only $74.50 Mother can iron from her easy chair with this fine Easy Ironer, and do a faster, better-job! The price of this remarkable Ironer, §74.50 is less than half the price formerly asked for similiar performance. · G PEOPLES GAS AND ELECTRIC Co.

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