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December 11, 1933

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 8

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EIGHT MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE DECEMBER 11 1933 LIQUOR CONTROL SILENCE MARKED AT LEGISLATURE 80 in House Sign Agreement to Demand Satisfactory Tax Revision. By SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT DBS MOINES, Dec. 11.--Most pe cullar around the state capitol al last week has been the silence re garding the new liquor laws for Iowa. Nobody seemed to talk about it; if they did it was in subdued tones and with mysterious shakes of the head. Chairman Joe Frailey of the sen ate special committee on liquor Jaws is outspoken enough about it and has nothing: to conceal. He says the committee is working on i and will have something out pretty soon. And he is not in favor of any private liquor monopoly of the busi ness, such as proposed by a lot of druggists, said to have been here several days working on a plan to have hard liquors dispensed b druggists. Senator Frailey says tha with druggists also dispensing soap face powder, baggage, radios, wheel barrows and bowling alleys, he does not believe In interfering with theii business by asking them to dispense liquor. Likely to Pass. The liquor bill that is likely ti pass will be one retaining contro by the state for selling liquor in state controlled stores, where noth ing less than a prescribed minimum quantity can be purchased and tha in a package that may not be openet in the place. Private use of liquor will thus be relegated to the homes of purchasers or to hotel rooms or other places--no open drinking places, say the advocates of this plan; no open saloons. Yes, we wiiJ have no legalized liquor in Iowa before Christmas. More than SO members of the house have signed an agreement that there shall be no adjournment cf this special session until "a rea- aonably satisfactory" tax revision bill has been passed. Representative Bruce of Pocahontas county arranged for this anchor to prevent the session from flopping on the ihain Jssue. Tax Battle Now On. Take your choice among any of half a dozen tax revision bills now before house and senate--and then hope' you are not wrong. Senate file No-. 1, and house file No. 1, both of which are known as the interim tax committee bills, are out of. committees and on the operating table as a clinic; The senate started operating, on it.Thursday, morning, but lound.so many amendments offered that nobody could keep track of them without having them printed. Therefore, a motion to defer consideration of the bill in that body until today when amendments were printed in the senate journal. In the house this and any other bills will be under fire by way of the "Cunningham bill," H. F. 204 which is the gross Income tax bill, or sales tax, presented by Representative Cunningham of. Polk county and 35 other members of the house whose names are printed on It. Sponsors for this bill will try to substitute it for H. F. No.,1 and hope to get .enough support to pass it, and if they do, It means final tax compromise on that line of taxation or nothing.. Probably Be Closed. Public and committee hearings on tax bills have been frequent during the past week. Dozens of interested parties have been here to favor their own ideas and to get members interested with them. From now on the sessions ore likely to be closed to public expression In this way an members will get down to business. Senator W. F. Miller of Buchan an county would provide in a bl introduced by him that the stat shall be divided Into four zones b the state lish and game commis sion and that funds collected by tn commission shall be expended i these districts proportionately. Senator Tripp, new senator from Jr.sper county, has proposed a non partisan judiciary bill that woul make selection of judges possibl without partisan ballots. Iowa ha such a law at one time, but it wa repealed some 17 years ago. A bill to provide for a liydro-elep trie power commission has been in troduced in the senate by Harring ton and Roelofs to "conserve, contro and develop waters o£ the state fo use and benefit of the people, an to establish, construct and opera! electric and power plants." A Crack at the Packers. The house passed a concurren resolution memorializing the pres (lent and secretary of agriculture ti exercise their authority to plac meat packers of the nation unde federal license because of their ev TREMENDOUS REDUCTIO IN BUS FARES Rates cut as much as 50% MASON CITY to 1 Way Rd. Trl St. Paul $2.85 ?5.15 Waterloo 1.70 S.10 Des Moines 2.75 4.95 Kansas City 6.70 12.10 Spencer 2.25 4.05 Cedar BnpIds'..'.',' 2.80 5.SO TM Angeles 26.00 46.80 Chicago ...v.;:.. 7.50 Call for Rates to Other Points Jefferson Transportation Company BUS Depot 18 First Street fl. W. Phone 97 Mason City GETS BIG CORN LOAN W. P. Adams, owner of a 6,400 aero Iowa farm, obtained a loan of $135,591 by cribbing 301,320 bushels of corn and pledging support to the federal corn-hog program. (Associpted Press Photo). dent purpose to make the producer; of livestock pay the processing taxes recently levied theron for the benefit of the producers. Farm leaders in both houses hit the packers hard and indicated they better be watching out for their own welfare if they :ry to thus nullify the benefits intended by the federal act. The senate promptly passed the same resolution and it has been dispatched to Washington. Who Is Out for Governor ? Every day we hear republicans al the state house asking "who wil we run for governor?" Seems that they feel the symptoms of. a campaign coming on without adequate material on hand to meet the situation. Dozens, yes, hundreds of ·ood republicans are being men- ioned, and but few are being aetual- y boomed for the honor. Oh, there fill be a political race In Iowa in he year 1934! But it Is not now etting off to a start with any con- entrated direction. In this connection, we get the nderground Information that Gov- mor Herring is not listening with iy show of interest to the proposl- on that he take the Des Moines ostoffice and let Lieut. Governor ·Craschel be governor. Herring is aid to be quite pleased with his job. Vlinnesotans Urged by Governor to Use More Cheese to Aid Dairies INSTITUTE FOR TEACHERS OPENS Series of Five Meetings in Wineshiek County Is in Schedule. DECOR AH, Dec. 11.--An institute for rural teachers of Winne- shlek county commenced this morning under the supervision of County Supt. Charles G. Stoen. The institute will be held in various rural schools, with the teachers divided into five groups according to townships. ' Today instructors at the Bluffton town school, with teachers from Fremont, Bluffton, Burr Oak, Orleans, Canoe and Hosper. Tuesday, at Canoe No. 8, '4 miles northeast of Decorab, for Highlandville, Pleasant, Hesper, districts 3 and 5, Decorah, and Canoe. Wednesday, at schoolhouse in Freeport, for Glenwood, Frankville, districts 7, 9 and 10 of Decorah, and Springfield. Thursday, at Madison No. 7 schoolhouse, for Madison, Lincoln and several districts of Orleans. Friday, in Calmar No. 1, for Sumner, Calmar, Jackson, Washington, Bloomfield, Military and several districts of Decorah and Springfield. Instructors are Miss Olive Pearl Ritter of the extension department, Iowa State Teachers' college, and Miss Clara M. Wallace of the state department of public instruction. Many Features on P. T. A. Program for Swea City SWEA CITY, Dec. 11.--The P. T. A. program for tonight will include a band concert, business meeting, duet by Mae Peterson, Arlotte Skromme, exercises by the fourth grade, talks by Arthur Holcomb and Miss Lola Wylam, vocal solo by the Rev. G. R. McDowell, health talk by Dr. C. W. Lundquist, selections by male quartet. There is no restriction in any of the codes on how long the boss works, due doubtless to the fact that it Is realized he will need the time to raise the pay roll.--Piedmont Register. CHARLES CITY NEWS CHARLES CITYAN SUFFERS WOUND Jess Peeper Is Slashed in Fray; Man and Woman Held in Jail. CHARLES CITY, Dec. 11.--Jess Peeper is In the city hospital suffering from wounds which required 45 stitches in his throat, sides and leg. He was Injured Saturday night in a fight participated in by several persons on property west of the Fisher factory and as a result Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schneider are lodged in jail. It is claimed, officers said, that Mr. Fisher was the man with a knife responsible for Mr. Peeper's wounds and that Mrs. Fisher appeared with an ax. Frank Woodward, Jr., was also present but he was not arrested. Mr. and Mrs. Schneider, the Peepers and Woodwards all live in the same house and took part in the fracas. Mrs. Everhard Rites Held at Whittemore; Six Children Survive WHITTEMORE, Dec. 11.--Funeral services for Mrs. Louise Everhard were held Saturday morning at St. Michael's church In charge of the Rev. Father Veil, Her nephews were pallbearers. , Louise Masbach was born in Livingston counts', HI.. Sept. 19, 1871, and li'-ed there until 1892 when she came to Whittembre. On Oct. 15, 1901, she was married to Alphonsus Everhard. Six children were born, Mrs. Margaret Zinnel of Whittemore, Leo of Anderson, Ind., Edward of Emmetsburg, Fred of Fort Wayne, Ind., Mrs. Julia Hentges, Mrs. Ella Hentges of Hurt.. Besides the six chidlren are four brothers, Ed, John, Pete and Fred Masbach, Whlttemore, two sisters, Margaret Masbach, Whittemore and Mrs. Joe Foley of Minot, N. Dak. Mr. Everhard preceded her in death three years ago. Since then Mrs. Everhard made her home with her daughter, Mrs. Zinnel. 45 Men Start Work on Cedar River Dam; 498 Now in CWA CHARLES CITY, Dec. 11.--Forty-five men were out to work this morning on 'the Cedar river just below the Main street bridge where a small dam will be built and the stream bed will be improved. The ject has been allowed 57,990 by the CWA. This number of men increases to 498 men working on CWA projects In this county. One hundred and twenty were put to work last week in this city on the following projects: Relaying sewer on Tenth avenue and D streets; sanitary sewer on South Main and Sixth street, south; two blocks of water mains on Clinton street, one on Ninth street, three on south Main street, two on Allison street, one on Sixth avenue, two on E street, one on Seventeenth avenue, one on F street, one on Sixteenth avenue and 13,300 feet on Riverside drive. It is estimated these projects will cost 55,056. Last week's payroll for local CWA work totaled 55,249.20. Body of John Hess Is Taken to Charles City CHARLES CITY, Dec. 11.--The Hauser funeral car returned from Independence last evening with the body of John Hess, 30, who died there from pneumonia. Mr. Hcsa who was taken there three weeks ago was the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hess who live five miles northwest of Floyd. Funeral services will be held in the Hauser funeral home Wednesday afternoon with the Rev. C. G. Prottengei«r officiating and burial will be in the Floyd cemetery. FOUR ARE HELD IN CHARLES CITY Probe Made in Short Change Reports; One Found in Mason City. CHARLES CITY, Dec. 11.--Sheriff B. F. Atherton brought E. J. Howell from Mason City Saturday night and placed him in jail where Mrs. Howell and two companions, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Wyatt, were lodged late Saturday afternoon. All are being held for investigation in regard to short change and counterfeit rumors. The Howella gave their address as Omaha, and the Wyatts claim they are from Chattanooga, Tenn. Saturday Mrs. Howell appeared at the sheriff's office and claimed Wyatt struck her, cutting her face. She swore out a warrant,and when the case was called before Justice McGeeney, she refused to testify so the case was dismissed. Mayor W. K. Carr then fined Mrs. Howell and Wyatt 56.50 each for assault and battery and using profane language. Mr. Howell was not present as his wife said he had gone to Omaha to see a sick son. Later the sheriff found him in a hotel in Mason City. Two Business Changes at Charles City Announced CHARLES CITY, Dec. 11.--Two business changes were announced Saturday. C. G. Gray has bought an Interest in the Charles City Oil company from his son, Milton Gray and the firm will be known as Gray and Gray. Mr. C. G. Gray will also continue his coa' business. Emil Reazak and Mike Hosper have consolidated their auto repair shops and the firm will be known as Hosper and Reazak. The firm will do general auto repairing, welding, painting and glass replacing. Mrs. Richards Funeral Is Held at Burr Oak DECORAH, Dec. 11.--Funeral services were held for Mrs. Sam Richards, 86, who died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. M. Blaess, near Cresco. The Rev. O. Glesne, of the Decorah Lutheran church, officiated, and burial was made in the Burr Oak cemetery. Mrs. Richards was born in 1847. Her husband died several years ago. Seven children survive, Frank, Burt and Carl on the old homestead in Canoe township; Mrs. Frank Chapman and Clarence Richards, both of Cedar Rapids; Mrs. M. Blaess, Cresco; Ed Richards, Waukon. Thirty-three grandchildren and eight great grandchildren also survive. CHARLES CITY BRIEFS CHARLES CITY, Dec. 11.--The A. A. U. W. met for luncheon Saturday at the Anderson tea room with Mrs. Ray Melrose, Mrs. C. W. McQuillen and Miss Laura Norria as hostesses. The program included a discussion of the Beatty-Bennett bill and puppet show by Margaret Wolf. The Charles City Men's chorus will go to New Hampton this evening to sing a program sponsored by the Men's Brotherhood of the M. E. church. New officers elected by the Christian Church Women are as follows: President, Mrs. Martin; vice president, Miss Elliot; secretary, Mrs. G. A. Hess; treasurer, Mrs. Steward. The Catholic Church Women will give a bazar and supper this evening In the Ellis auditorium. Oscar Booher is confined to his home with injuries received by a fall in the Ellis building. The Central M. E. church joined the First M. E. church in the Sunday evening service when the Rev. Frank Mathls preached. The Rev. Mr. Mathls spoke four times yesterday. One of the meetings was Sunday afternoon for men and boys. New officers elected by White Ash camp, R. N. of A. Include: Oracle, Edna West; vice oracle, Mabel Gardner; recorder, Florence Crawford; receiver, Ida Bird, chancellor, Elizabeth Blunt; past oracle, IOWA TRANSIENT PLAN IS STUDIED Region Conference to Take Up Problems to Be Held at Des Moines. By RTJBY A. BLACK Globe-Gazette Washington Bureau WASHINGTON--The transient division of the Federal Emergency Relief administration la considering the transient relief program recently submitted by Iowa and will take action on it in the next few days, A great many states have already received federal grants for transient programs and have initiated those programs. A regional conference to consider the problems of transients has been called by Miss Ina T. Tyler, state relief director for Iowa, to be held in Des Moines on Dec. 18. States to be represented include Iowa, North Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Wisconsin, Michigan, Illinois and Indiana. 51 Men on Project at Decorah Get First Pay DECORAH, Dec. 11.--Fifty-one men, who have been employed on the civil works project of straightening Dry Run and cleaning out the creek bed, received their first pay checks Friday. These men work five days a week and are allowed 30 hours. Many of the men employed on the project have received no pay chesks for the past year. The city, so far, has employed meti with dependents. It Is possible if extra men are put on this project, that single men will also have a chance to work 30 hours a. week. Vera Finch; marshal!, Stella Pfelf- fer; inner sentinel, Etta Nickerson; outer sentinel, Edna Scott; managers, Ethelyn Crook and Goldie Ripleyp pianist, Myrtle Redfield. Judge M. H. Kepler instructed the trial jury not to report for another week as the Randall equity case is being continued this week. , Dec. :11. (.3?)--Em- hasizing that elimination of the arge cheese surplus will bring- higb- r prices to the dairy farmer, Gov. Hoyd B. Olson in a proclamation oday urged Minnesotans to give heese a good place in this week's let. Governor Olson Issued the proc- amation simultaneously with state- .ents by R. A. Trovatten, state ] ommissioner of agriculture, dairy and food, and governors of other dairy states in advising a greater :onsumption o£ cheese during "na- ional cheese week" starting today. Elimination of a 30,000,000 pound surplus in cheese in the United States, Governor Olson said, would 'materially improve" conditions in the dairy industry and "hasten the payment of higher prices" to the dairy farmers: This, he said, is "desirable" in Minnesota. St. Olaf Choir Will Give'Decorah Concert in Yearly Spring Tour NORTHFIELD, Minn., Dec. 11. /F) --The St. Olaf choir will visit three states in its annual concert tou this spring, it has been, -announced here. The choir will give two concerts In the Twin Cities, in St. Paul Feb 12 and in Minneapolis Feb. 13 In addition to the regular tour which will begin April 1. The tour, which still has severa dates to be filled, includes Steven Point, Madison and Milwaukee Wis., Rockford, Chicago and RocJ Island, 111., and Dubuque, Waterloo Cedar Rapids, Iowa City, Ottumwa Ames, Radcliffe and Decorah. Iowa U Students Will Get 14 Days' Vacation IOWA CITY, Dec. 11.--A Christ mas and New Year's vacation of 1 days, one day longer than that 1932-33, Is the University of Iowa' holiday gift to students. AH work will cease Tuesday, Dec. 19 at 6 p m., not to be resumed until Wed nesday, Jan. 3 at 8 a, m. The va cation, although longer than laaf year's, still falls two days short o: the record created two years ago. Decorah to Be Host at Conference on Tuesday DECORAH, Dec. 11.--The olde boys and girls of Howard, Allama kee and Winneshlek counties wil hold their annual conference Tues day at the Congregational church in Decorah. O. G. Herbrecht, De Moines, will be In charge of the con ference. Registration will be at 8:3C and assembly at 9:15. A banquei will be held in the evening. Chairman Goes to Session. ALLSON, Dec. 11.--Mrs. L. Dal, Kilson of Clarksvllle left for Chlca go where she will attend the Ameri can Farm Bureau federation meet ing. She Is chairman of woman's project work for Butler county. HILLY PACKED No Loose Ends WHY LUCKIES ARE! SO MILD, SO SMOOTH Open a pack of Luckies and lay the And every Lucky is free from annoy- 20 cigarettes side by side. You can't ing loose ends. The tips are clean-cut tell one from another. Every Lucky is --the tobacco doesn't spill out. That's AVWSXS thejtnest toaccos ALWAYS ike finest worftmanstiip AwiXXS Ztukietpleate/ round, firm and fully packed -- with choice Turkish and domestic tobaccos. why Luckies draw easily, burn evenly -- and are always mild and smooth. 'it's toasted " FOR THROAT PROTECTION--FOR BETTER TASTE · " --s m Me

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