The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 22, 1934 · Page 5
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February 22, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 5

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FEBRUARY 22 1934 IOWA PWA BOARD TO GIVE REPORT ON FEBRUARY 28 Ickes Thanks State Groups for Service, Orders Termination. ' ,,, By KUBY A. BLACK Globe-Gazette Washington Bureau WASHINGTON -- Iowa's public Works state advisory board will submit a final report and terminate its services at the close of business on Feb. 28, Fublic Works Administrator Ickes has announced. Virtually all of the original $3,300,000,000 public works fund has been allotted and there are now pending in Washington headquarters and in state engineers' offices applications for loans and grants for non-federal projects amounting to $3,500,000,000. No bill for further public works funds has yet been introduced in congress and the only estimated amounts mentioned as the possible appropriation for this purpose are considerably below that waiting list total. Will Drop Boards. The services of all state advisory boards, regional advisers and all field personnel, except the state engineers and their necessary help will be terminated on that date. Iowa's advisory board consists of Harold M. Cooper of Marshalltown, W. P. Riley of DCS Moines and B. P. Adler of Davenport. Lieut. Gov. Nelson G. Kraschel, who served as executive secretary to the advisory board, was removed by Public Works Administrator Ickes and is now under indictment for alleged graft in connection with Iowa project. State engineers were ordered several days ago not to receive any more project applications. The duty of the state advisory boards was to pass on all the non-federal applications originating within their respective states and made recommendations to the administration In Washington. Thanked for Service. Administrator Ickes has written to the state board and regional advisers thanking them for their services, stating: "It is with a great deal of regret that our relationship as members of the public works administration is to be brought to an end. I am proud of the work you have done and it has been a pleasure to have been associated with you in this notable enterprise. I want to express to you the sincere thanks of the president and of the public works administration for the loyalty, faithfulness MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE WASHINGTON BORN FEB. 11 INSTEAD OF 22? r- II ' ,' 'f-,;»rj (J'b- {dtvesrUtf Iv/itfenq'f £~afl-wn^/rnn . o y fVJlf and ability that you have put into this task." Field work remaining- to be done ncludes careful scrutinizing of specifications and contract letting, and inspection work as actual construction progresses. been, left in an advance outpost, and carried them under fire for more than a kilometer to safety." Burlington Veteran Gets Decoration for Gallantry in France WASHINGTON, Feb. 22. (.W-The war department has announced the award of the silver star decoration to Charles Robcrson of Burlington, Iowa, for gallantry in action at Bois-Du-Bel-Orme, west of Varennes, France, Sept. 27, 1918. The citation for the award said "these men with several companions voluntarily went forward through a heavy machine gun fire to within 60 yards of the hostile lines and rescued five wounded men who had Swisher Funeral to Be Held at Iowa City WEST LIBERTY, Feb. 22. dT)-- Funeral services for Stephen A. Swisher, 79, president of the Iowa State Historical society, are to he held at Iowa City Friday afternoon. Swisher died at tl\e home of his daughter, Mrs. L. A. Royal, here yesterday. His widow, Mrs. Royal, and two sons, both of DCS Moines. survive. Given Farewell Vurtv. DOUGHERTV--About 75 neighbors gathered at the home of Mrs. N. Carrigan for a farewell party in honor of the James Bamrick family. Cards were played and a luncheon served. David Boyle, in behalf of the assembled crowd, presented a gift to the famil Rites for Mrs, Weber, 84, Held in Clarion CLARION, Feb. 22.--Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon for Mrs. Emily C. Weber at the home of her son, A. B. Weber. Mrs. Weber, 84, died Feb. 11, at Long Beach, Cal., where she was making her home with her daughter, Mrs. Cora Musscltcer. She came to Clarion in 1873, and lived here for 20 years, moving away in 1SS13. Former Mason Cityan Is in Waverly Car Company . WAVERLY, Feb. 22.--Tom Elwood, once with the Decker packing plant at Mason City and recently manager of the Waverly Farmers Reload association, has joined Claude Clifford in organizing- the Waverly Motor company. The men have rented the Kellner garage on West Bremer avenue and have purchased the Chrysler-Plymouth franchise from F. \V. Hillman. against any Car at any Price '"pHE car that flashed down a Florida | ·*· beach to the world's land speed .record was powered by the V-type engine. The V-type engine knifed an Italian plane through the air at the record smashing speed of more than 420 xniles per hour. On the St. Clair River, the V-type engine swept to the world's speedboat record of 124.8 miles per hour. And that's the type of engine that powers the Ford V-8 for 1934. It's the only V- 8 engine you w;ll find in a car selling for less than $2395. That's why the Ford V- 8 will streak down a. highway at 80 or better. That's why it will purr along at 50 or 50 without the slightest effort. And why it is unsurpassed in acceleration by any American car regardless ojprice. The new Ford V-8 for 1934 is the most economical car that Ford has ever built. Dual carburetion and dual manifolds send it even more miles per gallon of gasoline than last year's money-saving model. This great new Ford gives you matchless comfort. It gives you the riding ease of free action for all Jour wheels--with the priceless safety of strong axle construction. Before you buy any car at any price drive the new Ford V- 8. Docs the cor you are considering give you these at no additional cost ? Impartant -- Check Each Item 1. Safety glass throughout ^DeLujc typ«a 2. Two matched-tone horns --DeLUTc types 3. Two (all Unlit, and atop ICfthls--DcLuic types 4. Two cowl ll£hta or park- Ing lights--DcLuie types 5. Painted fcndera tn match hody--DcLuxe types 6 . T w o a d j u s t a b l e a u n vigors 7. En time I b o d y f i n i s h -- lonft life--nnt affected hy antf-frcezc aolutlnns 8. Free action on all Jour u*/jce/.» 9. R u n t l c s n flteel b e a d lamps nnd radiator ftrll! 10. Clear virian ventilation 11. A l u m J n um c y l i n d e r heads 13. Four d o u b l e - a c t i n i t tcmpcraturc-controlfcdl H a u d a l l l e h y d r a u l i c ahoclc aborbtra 13. E l e c t r i c a l l y w e l d e d o n e - p i e c e steel apokei vhecls H. T h e r m o s t a t i c H a t e r control 15. riondcrlzed fenders--, prevents rusting 16. V-8 motor itself I O W A F O R D D E A L E R S I M M E D I A T E D E L I V E R Y FORD RADIO PROGRAM WKli Wartng's Pennsylvanfans: Sunday nnd Thursday Evenings--Columbia Network J5/5 and up-F. O. B. Detroit. Easy terms through- Universal Credit Company-the Authorized Ford Finance Plan FIVE 3LOU- Blouses Lead a Busy Life This Spring $ 1 SUITS are the big word this season. There are many versions of the suit and just as many of the blouses. You'll find lots of dots, plaids, stripes, pastel, plains and whites. BLOUSES Damon's Jluln Floor DASHING NEW SKIRTS $295 $350 $398 Sltirts are a style necessity in every smart spring wardrobe . . . wear with a sweater, fresh, crisp blouse or a jacket. Tweeds, wool crepes and light wools. Checks, plains and bright pastels. Size 26 to 32. SKIRTS Dnmnn'K Main Floor NEW SHIPMENT! McCALLUM'S H O S I E R Y $1 pair Box of 3 Pairs $2.85 No. 194-1 Good hosiery at a low price is pretty hard to find these days, and with Easter in the offing, you'll want nothing but the best and several pairs, too. No. 19-14 is a sturdy sheer stocking-, wide garter welt with run-stop and platted foot. All new colors. 'High twist, three thread fine gauge chiffon or high twist service sheer, with double picot run-stop. Box of !) Pairs $3.85 HOSIKKY -- DAMON'S MAIN FLOOR SMART FABRICS SPRING BECOME SMART CLOTHES when you use McCALL PATTERNS MALLISON'S PURE DYE De Luxe Silks $195 to $275 yd. x "DAMON'S FOR YAKD GOODS" hus inspired many, many women to "make it themselves." We know that this new spring lino of Famous Mol- lisons is unexcelled in richness ami quality ut the price! Tho perfection In the wfnve, the fivst- noss of colors should coiimmnd your uttt'ntinn. Silk Fabrics -- Damon's Muin Floor 'SUNNY SUE" FROCKS Miulo From Sunlnst, Till)fust , QUADRIGA PRINTS Trim shirtwaist frocks, flattering, youthful lines, crisp organdy and pique trims. A. rainbow of spring colors, stripes, dots, plaids. Dashing ornament trims. Inverted pleats and tailored pockets make them distinctly 1934. HOUSK FKOCICS -- DAMON'S SKCONU FLOOR 159 LADIES' LACE TRIMMED are very good fitting- Bias Slips !ry- good $1 Rayon tiiffetas in either bodice or California tops. Lace trimmed in white, flesh and tea. rose. Sizes 32 to -12. LINGERIE -- MAIN FLOOIt N E W E S T SILK SPRING DRESSES GOATS $395 §5.95 and $(J.95 Gay prints and print combinations in the season's most popular materials, canton crepe, rough crepe and faille crepe. Interesting new sleeves, long or short. 95 SWAGGER SUITS $Q95 S P U I N G HATS $1 00 Others at S9.95 Coats that embrace all the new style features of the new season. Plain and mixtures, polo or lress style. Silk lined. You would be more economically SUITED if you chose one right here In our basement. Yellow beige, light blue, .sea green, dusty rose, grey or navy. We bought hats at prices that would make it easy for you. They're younp, they're smart, nnd they f l a t t e r everyone. All hradsizes. Straws nnd Striuv Fabrics. B A S E M E N T E C O N O M Y S T O R E QUALITY BUILT THIS B U S I N E S S

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