The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 25, 1935 · Page 7
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, July 25, 1935
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JULY 25 H 1935 SEVEN . Returns From Marshalltown. FOFEJOY--Mrs. Clarence Harmon was returned home from Marshalltown Tuesday to spend two weeks, after which she will return to Marshalltown for further treatments and examination. Her condition is improving slowly. AT YOUR WEAKEST FOOD STORE More Cups Per Pound 60 to 70 cups of rich, mellow, fiill-flnrored coffee can bo made from (me pound of BRIARDALE Vncuuni- Pavketl COFFT.E. For flavor . . . for ECONOMY try this fine blend. "Golden JVnggete" Pineapple An utterly new Idea. Large, Iimclons piecci of srreater flavor and Juice, For a. real treat auk for a can of BB1ARUALE "GOLDEN XCGGETS" PIXEAFPI.E. ^ _ j a _. J:^ G. W. C. Salad Dressing Contains MORE EGGS, OIL and SPICES- No Bllarn. A cmootb, rit-h dresnlcg that will make your favorite salad recipe* tuate* better. JLarno quart size . . . economically priced. IOWA SOAPS for IOWA FOLKS Magic Washer Soap Powder . . . a quality product for every laundry and household use. Ptotax . . . a bland, rich-lathering toilet aoap of purity and exceptional ulcnimdig ability. PKOXJ5X Protects Health. | Tender, easily-irritated, sensitive skins re- i quire a toilet soap that will do more than ' merely cleanse. It must keep the skin in good condition, freeing it from all cause of irritation. Culicura Soap contains the delicately medicated, emollient properties of Cnticnra which, bring to the ekin a condition of healthful cleanliness. Price 2Sr. Sold at all druggiitt. MARSHALL FACES 2ND LIBEL SUIT Attorneys for Cooper Ask $50,000 From Cedar Rapids Editor. MARSHALLTOWN. July 25. (ffl --Boardman and Cartwright, attorneys for Harold M. Cooper, former Iowa liquor commission chairman, today filed a second $50,000 libel suit against Verne Marshall, editor of the Cedar Rapids Gazette, in district court here. Also named were the Gazette Publishing company, the Marshalltown News Agency, and A. " Burnstein, proprietor of j-.-r tnC agency. The suit was filed in behalf of Cooper. Half of that sum, the suit sets forth, represents actual danv ages, the other half exemplary dam ages. Quote From Article. Cooper's attorneys quote from an article published in the Cedar Rapids Gazette, April 30, 1935, declaring it was captioned, "Gazette on Trail of Cooper. Establish his Perjury." Among quotations from the ar tide cited as Hbelous in the suit are "Cooper committed perjury, a fad which this paper frankly admitted after he had testified here in his own trial, a trial in which he was convicted;" "Cooper's perjured test imony leads to graft investigation;' "Cooper's perjury was committee: in connection with Cooper's version of his conversation the editor of the Gazette had with him over long distance telephone;" "quietly but persistently ever since Cooper's perjury the Gazette has been on his trail,' and "but for the Cooper perjury there would have been no grand jury probe in Sioux City." Charges Never Retracted. Cooper's attorneys declare notice of retraction was served on Marshall and the Gazette some time ago, but that the charges never have been retracted. They declared these charges "are false and untrue and were published maliciously." The Marshalltown News Agencj and Burnstein are made co-defend ants on the ground that they aided in circulating the allegedly Hbelous article in Marshalltown. C. H. E. Boardman said today a number of other suits against Mar Sealed-in-Steei Mechanism In All General Electric Refrigerators 8 . ,, A Money-Saving G-E WORKS WITH NATURE Heat is removed from the cabinet of a General Electric refrigerator by the law of Natural Radiation--one of Nature's unvarying laws. Nature rules that heat must rise, and the heat-dissipating coils of the G-E are so placed that Nature can carry off the heat--without the aid of force- power--mechanical appliances, which cost money. That's why the mechanism is so simple. Has only three moving parts. Employs no pulleys, fans, belts, stuffing box, never requires oiling--and is so smooth and quiet in operation. Monitor Top, Flstop, Liftop -- el! three styies are Sealed-in-Stee! Low Operating Cost Assured The utter absence of unnecessary moving parts reduces friction and wear to a minimum. Cuts operating costs to the bone. Saves money at even' turn. In any home, a General Electric refrigerator will soon pay for itself--because it costs less than any other form oi adequate refrigeration--and because it saves so much by proper food preservation. For little or no down payment it is installed promptly ana easily, and begins working for you immediately. In purchasing a "General Electric" you cannot go wrong, because it is right. It is as easy to buy as the cheapest, so why be satisfied with anything but the best? By the time your payments are completed it will have paid for itself. 36 MONTHS TO PAY Man Liquor Stores to Be Opened Soon at Williamsburg, Rolfe DES MOINES, July 25. UP)-he Iowa liquor commission an- ounced today that one man liquor tores will be opened soon at Wil- amsburg and Kolfe. The commission has 94 stores in peration now and three more will e opened tomorrow or Monday, eases have been signed for 11 acl- itlonal stores, which will bring the otal to 108. F. C. Rock will be manager of he Williamsburg store, with Joe Donnell extra assistant. The commission named Lloyd L. Cox manager of the Rolfe store, nd Lewis H. Howe, extra assistant. hall and the Gazette are being pre- iared for filing. Boardman and Cartwright re- ently filed a $50,0000 libel suit gainst the same defendants on heir own behalf. They charged Marshall libeled them by accusing the firm of attempting to delay a supreme court hearing of Cooper's ,inn county district court convic- ion on charges of violating the tate liquor law. Marshall Welcomes Suit. CEDAR RAPIDS, July 25. «·)-- This will be a libel suit in which he Gazette will genuinely enjoy larticipation, even as defendant," aid Verne Marshall, concerning the jetition filed at Marshalltown in be- ,alf of former Chairman Cooper f the state liquor commission. HUSBAND BLAMED BYMRS.WALEY 19 Year Old Girl on Way to Prison "Through With AH Men." CHICAGO, July 25. .B--Mrs. Margaret Waley bitterly denounced her husband today and asserted he "didn't get a third what he deserved" for his part in the Weyerhaeuser kidnaping. The 19 year old wife of Harmon Waley, who was given a 15 year sentence for the kidnaping of George Weyerhaeuser, Jr., 9 year old son of a wealthy Tacoma, Wash., lumberman, arrived here today en- route to the federal women's reformatory at Milan, Mich. She was in custody of U. S. Marshal A. J. Chitty of Wasiiington. Mrs. Waley was sentenced to 20 years in prison after being convicted in the kidnaping case. Denouncing her husband after declaring several days ago that she loved him and wanted to E;O to prison with him, Mrs. Waley said: "If it hadn't been for him, I would not be where I am today. Im through with him forever. I'm through with all men. "When I come out, I'm coming out alone. There will be nobody waiting for me." THE 1001 CAR! UBL!C FORUM VALUE STRESSED Mason City, Britt Students Are Awarded Degrees in Minnesota U. MINNEAPOLIS, July 25. (.P-- ublic forums in which the average citizen could discuss and gain understanding of public questions without influence of political bias, ·ere advocated by John W. Studebaker, United States commission- of education and formerly of Mason City, Iowa, in n commencement address before 170 graduates at the University of Minnesota today. Two North lowans were among those receiving degrees. Maurice Robert Bost of Mason City received a bachelor degree in chemical en- Ineering and Ruth Margaret Meyer of Britt, a bachelor of science degree in home economics. Forums, such as that at DCS Moines, Iowa, where citizens assemble in public discussion under direction o£ a trained educator, was one of the main topics of Studebaker's talk which concerned adult education. Good Leaders Needed. The education commissioner suggested a plan whereby meetings of this type would be under the general direction of elected public school authorities. The leaders would be men of recognized scholarship, competent enough to command the intellectual respect of adults. He said the leaders of the discussions might be residents of the community or professors in various fields from nearby universities. "The leader of such a project," he said, "should be an interpreter rather than someone seeking to further some political or economic theory. Such a member of the community interested would thus have a chance to contribute to its welfare through interchange of experience and ideas. Can Weigh Question. "Too often," he continued, "people are swayed by ideas, by catchwords or answers to questions only half presented. The clever propagandist, the demagog, only too often leads people to believe only what he wants them to believe. The forum acts as a medium whereby a person may weigh both sides of a question without pressure being- exerted on him unduly." Mr. Studebaker formerly was superintendent of schools for many years at Des Moines, Iowa, where he inaugurated such a forum. Flies on Pavement Cause of Accident CLINTON, July 25. (.W--Bodies of thousands of Shad flies which complete their span of life in 24 hours early today greased the way to a crash between trucks driven by Charles Wells, Chicago, and Ernest Hayslctt, West Branch. Wells applied brakes as his truck rounded a curve but the tires slithered over the insects' bodies. Wells' truck crashed with Hayslett's, the latter receiving a head injury. MONITOR-SEALED MOTOR All manifolds sealed inside the motor block. Design so simplified that several hundred previously neccisary parts are totally eliminated. Power if gained. Cafolinc and oil arc saved. Smoother operation! Longer life! iHE new Nash "400" combines all good features of all ears . . . plus many betterments other cars do not possess. No other car at or near the price offers so many advancements that mean so much to performance and comfort... Simplest, cleanest motor ever designed--amazing in smoothness and economy ... Latest, strongest, safest body construction . . . Finest of hydraulic brakes. Equalized spring action at all four wheels. And the greatest performance feature of all time, the Nash Automatic Cruising Gear, is available at slight extra cost. Seeing the "400" isn't enough. You simply must drive this car! · AEROFORM DESIGN... SUPER- HYDRAULIC BRAKES.:; STEEL TOP, ALLSTEEL BOD Y... RAPID SERVICE HOOD... AUTOMATIC CRUISING GEAR . ; . SYNCHRONIZED SPRINGING...BALANCED W£IGHT...MWSECnON SEATING 675 And up f. o. b, factory iubl*ct to e without notice- Special equipment · Diagram shows actual case of a "400" that was forced off the road by another car. Soft shoulder of road caused it to roll over three times. Photo show how "400" came through with only a few small dentsl' This body means safety. Almost any march toward war is a goose-stepi--Jacksonville (Fla.) i Journal NEW NASH 400 NASH LEAPS THE WORLD IN MOTOR CAR VAL.OEI CERRO GORDO-NASH CO. 121 N. DELAWARE OPPOSITE NEW POSTOFFICE Elsie Janis, Badly Hurt When Auto Hits Truck, Rests Quietly EAST VIEW, N. Y., July 25. --Elsie Janis, severely injured in an automobile accident, slept quietly today in Grasslands hospital. The auto in which the famous entertainer was riding with her husband, Gilbert Wilson, struck a parked truck on the Sawmill parkway last eight. Police said there were no parking' lights on the truck and that it was screened from view by trees. Charles Coughlin of Yonkers, N. Y-.. owner of the truck, and his two helpers were held by Greenburgh. N. Y., police. Hiss Janis suffered a brain concussion, a deep gash in the back of her head and loss of blood. Physicians said a blood transfusion might be necessary. They planned to take x-rays as soon as her condition permitted. The singer's husband _ suffered slight head injuries. Visitors From West. MELTONVILLE--Mr. and Mrs. J. Simpson and sons of Kelsi. Wash., and Mr. Simpson of Lon^ Beach, Cal.. l e f t Tuesday for southern Iowa after nearly a week's visit rt-ith Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bradwell and family. J. Simpson is a brother and MX. Simpson is the father of Mrs. Bradwcll. Friday-Fish Dinner Saturday-Fried Chicken Dinner . . 35c Calox Tooth Powder 27 C Me Sin Hinkle Pills BottteoflOO 14 C 55cLysol,7oT.,3c ,ve. Mason Cit} SAT. and SUN.--1 Con of Chocolate Syru With Quart of Walgreen's Rich Ice Cream. . 75c Fletcher's Castoria so c HAN . . 34 C 50° Tooth Paste . - · 50e Prophylactic ToeJfc Brush AMPANA BALM e.ncl Drcshln iIAR-O-OII. iOc Shampoo ,... DC COTY'S r ace Powder .... ;i.on LIQUID \KVON Oc VASELINE lair Tonic ..... !SC ,7. Baby Talc IOc DEW Deodorant SOc X-BflzJn Depilatory battle 20 Minute Dandruff 'reatrrsent 5-tne/i Electric Fan XPOSE Sun-Tan Off C Restorative Cream C Shaving Cream 2-ccll Focusing Flashlight GoHea Crown id Center Golf Balls Aspirin #*.« of 24 Gteansing Tissues 500 KELP-A-MALT Tablets, 100'a HEXIN Tablets, 12's . ROC BROMO- SELTZER ll»c BISODOI, PowiJcr. 3 nz. ... 51 OEB.MANIA Herb Tea 51.1)0 CAHDUI Tonic IBc ALOPHEN Pills. 100's .. 25C BOAMi ROLLS Bottle ELOO Nurito for Neuritis Fountain Syringe c SOc Phillips' Milk of Magnesia Dr. West Double Quick Tooth Pasie Folding Outdoor Chair For porch, lawn, beach! c Econocny Tooth Brush Eastman's Baby Brocnfe Camera 3-piece ShinoSaSet c i'AI,.MOLlVE 25c Shaving Cream 50c K01ANOS Tooth ,,R. I.VON-S 35c For Rubbing Pint Size . . 60c Syrup of Pepsin BLACK FLAG Ofif" 35C Liquid, 8 oz. 75c BRANK'S Lather Kreem, jar 3ISC Ever-Heady Blades, 5"s » )0c I.ISTEKINE Tooth Paste SAMOI.INE Cleaner. Pinf. Jv Plated Gem Razor end 5 Gem Blades Scunmer, Camf? Special Assorted Treats "Certain-Safe" ftiodess BOX of 36 75c RmcrABfacft Fulir Eqsrippsd Fa-stAidKit PO-DO Bog Food °»f Dog Brush 4Oc Value Bost Toothpaste or Tooth Powder c oz. Ifeterine. 14ol.,59c Depilatory Cream . . SOc Campana DreskJn BRftofeto Ehintl Fresh Pineappte See Cream SOc Zonite Antiseptic 6 or., A lire tube of o'Do Sbnvrng Cream with Union Leader 51,00 Humidor Velvet or Half Half Tobacco 10 Probak Jr. Blades e CIGARETTES Bltr t Brand 3 for SOc rnrlfin Sl.3,1 pltn Eoxcit 36 Box of 12,1»«

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