Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 18, 1935 · Page 19
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 19

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, July 18, 1935
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TWENTY MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JULY 18 ·§ 1935 CLAIM BAKERS WANT TO WORK 15 Employes of Des Moine Finn Present Petition to Governor. DES MOINES, July 18. Uf)~ About 15 employes of the Colonia Baking company here told Gov Clyde L. Herring today that "prac tically all" the (striking: bakers want ed to go back to work. The Colonial company is one 01 the six companies involved in the strike of bakers and drivers for a closed shop. The employes presented to the governor a petition which said the bakers had had no difficulty with the company, that their wages were satisfactory, and that they wantec to return to their jobs. They said the petition had been signed by nearly all the employes. , They further told the governor that "men outside the plant" prevented them from returning to work, and that they were unable to obtain police protection. They appealed to the governor for aid. The governor told them to see Mayor Dwight L. Lewis, and if they failed to abtain a satisfactory hearing he would investigate. American Editor of Switzerland Paper Arrested in Berlin BERLIN, July 18. W)--M. C. Harbeck, the American editor of the German edition of the magazine "Golden Age," published in Berne. Switzerland, by the International Bible Students society, was arrested today by Berlin se ret police. Harbeck, early this evening, was being held at secret service hea quarters, but had been permitte to communicate with the Unite States consulate general. Haibeck was charged v.-ith ai atmpting to remove money from attached property and of maintain ing connections with the Watch tower Bible society, an organiza tion forbidden by the nazi govern ment. It was also alleged that, as edi tor of the Golden Age issue print ed in Berne, he continuously car ried attacks in the Journal agains the present German regime. Hosiery Workers m Favor of Strike to Force 30 Hour Week PHILADELPHIA, July 18. UP)-Delegates to the twenty-foruth annual convention of the American Federation of Hosiery Workers voted informally- today on a general strike to force a 30 nour week in the industry. The poll was taken by Emil Rieve, federation president, as an indication of how much support such a strike call could expect. Rieve will report his findings to the convention Saturday before a final vote is taken. Ever the Woman Just like her fashionable sisters far to the south, this Fakimo woman of northern Canada keeps up with the style. She is powder- Ing her nose from a vanity case obtained from trader, probably sacrificing half a winter's sup- Jly of blubber, just to be in fashion swim. (Central Press Photo) scrutiny her Star-Courier. mission.--Kewanee MRS, M ALTHOUSE, 70, DIES HERE Resident of Harvey, N. Dak., Was Visiting in City When Taken III. Mrs. Margaret Malthouse, 70, Harvey, N. Dak., died at a local hospital about 2:30 o'clock Thursday afternoon following an illness of 10 days. Mrs. Malthouse had been visiting in Mason City with her brother and sisters, Ed McLaughlin, Misa Sophia Mclaughlin and Mrs. M. J. Mulll- jan. Besides her brothers and sisters, Mrs. Malthouse is survived by ber daughter, Mrs. F. J. Seeba, Harvey, N. Dak., who was visiting in Mason City with her mother. Funeral services will be held at the Holy Family church Saturday morning at 9:30 o'clock. The body was taken to the Meyer funeral lome. Vfayberry New Mills County Treasurer GLENWOOD, July 18. (IF)--Maurce Mayberry of Pacific Junction was chosen by the board of county supervisors to become Mills county 'reasurer following the unexplained ·esignation of Otto Judkins and his deputy, R. K. Butcher. Judkins was a republican serving a third term. Professor Kockwood Dies. IOWA CITY, July 18. Cff)--Prof. Slbert W. Rockwood, 75, head of iie University of Iowa department f chemistry from 1904 to 1920 and ince then an instructor, died of eart disease at his home here. He was the author of numerous widely sed chemistry texts. Aged Needy of Iowa Assured Pensions to Be Resumed Aug. 1 DES MOINES, July 18. UP)--Aged Iowa needy had the assurance of Byron G. Allen, old age assistance superintendent, today that payment of state old age pensions will be resumed Aug. 1. Allen explained that distribution of pension checks was delayed this month pending congressional action on the social security bill. The state commission has decided, however, not to wait longer and instead to make the funds. payments from state About 16,000 persons will receive pension checks averaging between $13.50 and ?14 a month during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1936, Allen said. Robertson, Postmaster at Minneapolis, Dies COLUMBUS, July 18. (/P)--William C. Robertson, postmaster of Minneapolis and newly elected grand treasurer of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks, died in his hotel room today apparently from a heart attack. Robertson, who was 48, was formerly managing editor of the Minneapolis Star. SAVE AT FIELD'S BINDER TWINE Standard 8 pound balls, 85 pound tensile strength. 500 feet ,"· to the pound. Insect treated. Now CW Hundred Henry Field Store :.! 119 North Federal Phone 370 In every small community there is at least on woman with a keen biological sense. She makes casual BUTTER M S?E RETTER P lu HS?lasS A fiaia» PROBE STATUS OF JAMES LIN Marriage of Son of Chinese President to Ohio Girl Becomes Known. CINCINNATI, Ohio, July 18. UP) --W. A. Carmichael, district head of the immigration service here, made known today his department plans to "look into" the status of James Lin, son of the president of the Chinese republic, whose Kentucky marriage to a Columbus five-and-ten cent store clerk became known yesterday. Carmichael added, however, "that we have received no file on him yet." Indicating no steps would be taken until papers concerning the youth have been assembled, he said ihere was "no report to make" at e moment. At Columbus, Lin today ridiculed reports (not carried by the Associated Press) that he had been married previously in his native and. Lin told a.' reporter he had had 'romances'' in China, but declared mphatically' "there's nothing to" ne marriage report. Lin married Miss Viola Brown, 24, of Columbus, a former five and j 10 cent store clerk. He met her United Fruit Co. 33 East State Street PHONE 749 FREE DELIVERY CHERRIES FOR CANNING Michigan Sour Cherries, 16 quart crate Potatoes, home grown Early Ohios, No. 1 grade, pk. .. Fresh Blueberries. Wisconsin selects, quarts 25c Red Raspberries, 2 pt. boxes Butter, fresh creamery, lb. 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Monarch Gelatine, 6 pkgs 25c Monarch Grapefruit Juice, 3 No. 2 size cans 3Sc Monarch Red Salmon, tall lb. can .25c Yacht Club Sardines, 3 for ,...25c Monarch Toffie (candy delicious) lb, .25c MRS. BARCLAY'S BREAD- CRUSTY AND WELL BAKED Never Fails to Please VACUUM PACKED, POUND CAN B 101 South Federal Ave. PHONE 824 "REE DELiVERY when the young woman returned to him a purse he had lost. Lin and his bride said they Intended to remain in Columbus until Lin received his master's degree at Ohio State university next winter. Later, Lin said, they will go to China. Twins in Charge of Delivering Twins at Davenport Hospital DAVENPORT, July 18. UPi-- Twins delivered twins in the birth room of Mercy hospital here. The twin babies are the sons of Mr. and Mrs. John Besterman, Davenport. The twins who delivered the twins, however, were not twins of each other. Dr. G. W. Poolen's twin brother, is a Chicago, 111., electrical engineer. Nurse Fay Liggitt's twin sister also is a nurse. Might Nab Housekeeper. PEEKSKILL,- N. Y., July 18. U --The state department of correction has informed the town board it's got to wash the blankets and clean up the town jail--or close it! The Turkey Miscounted. ELLOREE, S. Car., July 18. (JP-Mrs. Willie Smith's turkey hen sat on 16 eggs, hatched 17 turks. EJ.COLLOTON, 37, DIES HERE Heart Attack Brought on by Excessive Heat; Funeral Arrangements Not Made Emmett J. Colloton, 37, employe of the Mason City Brick and Tile company, died at a local hospital about 2:45 o'clock Thursday afternoon from a heart attack brought on by excessive heat. He became ill about 4:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon. Surviving Mr. Colloton are his wife and one adopted child. His father, John Colloton, and one brother and two sisters also survive. Funeral arrangements had not been completed Thursday afternoon. Firo IS Put Out. FOREST CITY, July 18.--At the Roy Chase home in Ellington township, sparks from the stove Wednesday set fire to the contents of. the wood-box and the fire had caught the wall before noticed. It was put Out before the fire truck arrived. Congressmen must cross their fingers when they swear to support the constitution.--The Miami Herald. WATCH KIDNEYS SAME AS BOWELS mt* Oit To 79,200 Fat rf fJi*j TiiJ Tour bowels contain only 27 feet; oT Intestines, yet the kidneys contain' nearly 10 million tinj tubes or filters! ·which would measure 79,200 feet 12; laid end to end. Therefore, it Is Jost as Important to watch the kidneys aa| the bowels. Kidneys are worlclng all the time and are one of Nature's chief ways of taking the acids and poison^ ous waste oat of the blood. Healthy persons pass thru tho bladder 3 pints a day and get rid o£ more than 3 pounds of waste matter. If you pass less than this, your 79,200 feet of kidney tubes may be clogged with poisonous waste. This is a danger signal and may be the beginning of nagging backache, leg pains, loss of pep ana energy, getting up nights, swollen feet and ankles, rheumatic pains and dizziness. Kidneys should be watched dosebT and need cleaning out the same as bowels. Ask your druggist for DOArrs PTT.T.% an old prescription, which has been used by millions o£ kidney sufferers for over 40 years. They give happy relief and will help to wash out your 79,200 feet of klfl* ney tubes. Get Doan's Pills at your DIAMOND BROS. Lard 2 Pounds 33c Small Wieners 2Lbs 35c Pork Loin Roast. End Cuts, lb 23c Beet Roast ££'... m \ Veal Roast g , b . . 19c Sliced, Vi Ib. pkg. . . 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