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TWENTY MASON-CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE DECEMBER 12 1933 SING AS DEATH CREEPS NEARER Seven Bridge Pier Workers Rescued From Below Missouri. KANSAS CITY, .Dec. 12. (JP)-Seven bridge pier workers faced death with songs before rescuers succeeded late yesterday in saving them Irom a smoke filled diving caisson 302 feet below the surface of the Missouri river. Certain that death awaited them, the "sandhogs" joined in singing as they lay face down in mu3 and water to escape the choking fumes from a fire below an air lock in one of the tubes leading to the surface. Rescue beat death by only 10 minutes. The smoke had descended to within a foot of the bottom of the chamber; and had filled all three entrance and exit tubes. Good News for . Kidney Sufferers! flcro is rpjiti that r*» right into Uie irril»ttd kidney and bladder.'oreios BO nuicldj', rmi "" ·dually BEE resulLs within a few hours. Flushes out poisons, neutralises .burning acida, brings ptoinptsoothingcomforl. No more aehioE back, veat bliddsr, earn painful joints from lack o) Wdncy activity. A»V drujiut "or Foley Pi'teT take no other. Money tuck guarantee. O103S .zette HELEN HENDRICKS News Editor Residence Phone 310-W OFFICE PHONE No. 239 iriffifflff^fffr^fflTfiflff^fi^fiiT^iff^sw^te^^^ LEE DEWIGGINS Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 67 PARK THEATER CI/EAR LAKE Tnesdar and Wednesday Clark 5ablfr--Carole Lombarf "JiO .MAN OF HER OWN" JOc to AH Thursday, Friday and Saturday ",HT PARADE" Grew Worse Day By Day; Tried Many Medicines Gly-Cas First One Able to Reach His Stubborn Case of · 25 Years Standing; Indigestion, Constipation Quickly Conquered For Mason City Man. There seems end to the praise for Gly-Cas throughout Mason City and vicinity. Hundreds of former sufferers are now enjoying good and glorious health and do not LIONS TO MEET GARNER CAGERS Lakers Open Season Friday With Doubleheader at Home Court. CLEAR LAKE, Dec. 12.--Clear Lake cagers are preparing for the doubleheader which wilt open the local basketball season here Friday night at the Community building against Garner. Both the first and second teams will compete, the first game beginning at 7:15 and the feature game at 8 o'clock. Coach Chris Johnston has a new arrangement for his quintet, with Liens shifted.from guard to center and Chizek falling back to guarc position. Johnston discovered that Liens was one of the best jumpers on the team. Miller who is playing regular forward post is not up to par physical: ly and is being pushed by the coming Barber \yho may see some action Friday iiight with the varsity aggregation. Garner defeated Buffalo Center 28 to 22 in an opening game Fridai night. Liscomb, forward, scored 10 points in this tilt and Kurtz was their outstanding defense man. Garner has two tall men on the team Daniels at center, who is playing his first year of varsity ball, and Zies- men, guard. Greiman, a reserve of last season who won a letter, plays the other forward post. The probable second string lineup for the locals includes Huey and Barber, forwards; Ashland, center; Canfield and Ostrander, guards. Walter Barnard of Forest City will referee the games. Jerry Jensen and MIlo Knutson are two who have been added to the first squad, now totaling 16. CAGE SCHEDULE Dec. 15--Garner at Clear Lake. Dec. 22--Clear Lake at Belmond. Jan. 5--Clear Lake at Britt. Jan. 12--Lake Mills at Clear Lake. Jan. 19--Clear Lake at Buffalo Center. Jan. 26--Forest City at Clear Lake. Feb. 2--Britt at Clear Lake. Pel). 9--Clear Lake at Northwood. Feb. 16--Clear Lake at Garner. Feb. 23--Northwood at Clear Lake. Mrs. Clyde Drury, Marshalltown, s visiting several days at the home f her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. 'eterson, North Second street. C. A. Knutson la. spending this veek in DCS Moinea where he Is working for the enactment of the fross income tax law. The bill will ie brought up n the senate Wednesday morning. Stop--Fill «p with high test. Costs no more than regular gaso- ine. Also Champlin tires and batteries. Champlin Service Station, Highway 106. George Klassen, Phone 711. The Kcv. IV. B. Milne will speak before the Britt Commercial club Tuesday night. He will be accompanied by Dr. A. J. Cole. Jens Mlkkelsen left Tuesday for Vlinneapolis where he will receive treatment in a government hospital. Mrs. R. Moore will be hostess to members of the Linger Longer club at her home Friday afternoon for a Christmas party and exchange of gifts. Iver.Hodnefield, East Main street, who is in a hospital at Minneapolis, underwent an operation for the amputation of his leg Friday. His condition is reported to be fairly good Royal Neighbors will meet Thursday evening at 8 o'clock at .the I. O O. F. hall. Election of officers wli: be the feature of the business meeting after which refreshments will be served. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bead and children and Mrs. Anna Jorgenson spent Sunday at Klemme at the Srnest Helps home. Sir. Helps is an uncle of Mr. Reed. MB. BERT RULE hesitate to give this new Gly-Cas full credit for their complete recovery. Read what Mr. Bert Rule, 1307 South Delaware A!ve., Mason City, ·widely known local carpenter, said recently lauding the merit of this new remedy in reaching his awful case: "It is really remarkable what a single, medicine like Gly-Cas con do;" he said. "For the past 25 years I have been bothered with gas - bloating, indigestion after my meals iiy '%vhole system seemed full o poison, was badly constipates weakened, didn't sleep well night Christmas Plays to Be Given for Ladies' Aid CLEAR LAKE, Dec. 12.--The Congregational Ladies' Aid society will meet Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the church. A group of Christmas plays will be given, two by children and one by a group of women. Lawrence Cain will sing several selections. A 6 o'clock supper will be served by a committee with Mrs. J. M. Jacobsen and Mrs. George Knutson as co-chairmen. School Board Signs Lake Bank Agreement; CLEAR LAKE, Dec. 12.--The di- ectors o£ the independent schoo district signed the depositors agree nents for ?600 in the First Nation al bank at the regular meeting o he body Monday night. Extenslv mprovements in the lighting sys :em of the auditoriuhi of the high school have been made'which insur the safety o£ the wiring . again s fire, A number of spotlights bav been installed to add to the lightln and in a general run-down cond: taon. I was getting worse every da as I had suffered constantly fc the past and it was tell ing on . me badly. It was so dis couraging to be trying-all kinds o medicines hoping to find somethin to help: me'and all I-had was fat ures. And even,when.I.began talc Ing Gly-Cas I had been disappointed BO many times I really didn't ex. pect to get results. But it was cer-' tainly a pleasant surprise to find myself improving from the first; My stomach and bowels have been regulated now, eat and sleep good and freed of that former suffering--yes; . Gly-Cas-has to be wonderful to do -what it does.": The most stubborn cases of rheumatism, neuritis, stomach, kidney, bowel, blood troubles have yielded to the merit of this new discovery. Gly-C'as Is sold by Michael's Drug Co., 5 So. Federal Ave., and by all leading drug stores in surrounding towns. . effects o£ the stage. CLEAR LAKE BRIEFS Clear Lake Calendar Vednosday--Hi-Lo Bridge luncheon at Mrs. Arleigh Eddy home, North Oak. I. O. O. F. Dancing club at I. O. 0. F. hall. Lions club meets at Lions cafe Congregational Ladies' Aid meets at church at 3 o'clock, supper at 6 o'clock. Honor society meets at high school. Stafford Post of American Legion supper at clubrooms, 7. 'hursday--Play, "A Poor Marrried Man," at Lincoln No. 5 schoolhouse. Rotary club meets at Lions cafe. Royal Neighbors meet at I. O. O. F. hall at 8. Zion Lutheran annual church meeting, 8. Friday--Clear Lake vs. Garner, doubleheader basketball game at Community building, 7:15. Linger Longer club at Mrs. R. Moore, North Second street. Rebekah Social circle, supper and children's Christmas party at 1. O. O. F. hall. Christian Workers meet at Mrs. R. D. Crispin home, 512 North East street. Lutheran Church Will Hold Annual Meeting CLEAR LAKE, Dec. 12.--Th annual business meeting of Zion Lu theran church .will be held Thursday night at 8:00. Reports of the organ izationB will be given, election o officers will be held, and a socia hour will be held after which th men of the church will serve re freshments. LAKESIDE GROUP TO GIVE COMEDY Art and Doris Bussa to Appear in Leading Roles. CLEAR LAKE, Dec.. 12.--A three act play, "Deacon Dubbs," will be resented at 8 o'clock Friday night at the Lakeside" church south of Clear Lake by a group of the young people of the vicinity. The play la directed by Melvin Echard. One- lalf of the proceeds goes to the Lakeside Ladies' Aid society. Art Bussa/plays the title role of Deacon Dubbs and his sister, Doris Jussa, the leading feminine role. Other characters are Dale Barlow as Amos Coleman, Verne Barlow as Rawdon Crawley, Bob Nichols as Deuteronomy. R. T. Wilson as Major Moses McNutt, Doris Bussa as Miss Phillipena, Miss Melvin Echard as Rolls Raleigh, Mrs. Bob Nichols, as Yennie Yensen, Marian Spillman as Emily Dale and Elsie Zobel as Trixie Coleman. The Lakeside Ladies' Aid will dispose of its quilt and a hobo lunch will be served after the program. Clyde Carr Suffers Broken Arm in Fall CLEAR . LAKE, Dec. 12.--Clyde !arr, 529 Carlton street, is suffer- hg from a fractured arm which he received Tuesday morning while working on the county roads south if Clear Lake. The arm was broken ictween the shoulder and elbow when he fell off of the large county ruck to the ground. He was given reatment at the Phillips hospital nd then taken to the Park hospi- al, Mason City. ipliday Luncheon Is Held by Progress Club CLEAR LAKE, Dec. 12.--Mrs. W. :. Clack entertained members of he Progress club Monday after- oon at a Christmas luncheon. As- isting hostessea were Mrs. B. H. Matthews, Mrs. A. M. Ingersol, Mrs. C. A. Knutson and Ida Clack. A one act play, "Christmas Mem- ries," was presented by Mrs. L. G. ?lnard, Mrs. L. B. Ashland, Mrs. VI. P. Hughes and Miss Ida Clack. An exchange of gifts waa held oliowing the program. The tables vere attractively decorated in holi- ay attire with tapera and greenery. Legion Auxiliary Nets $28 at Card Benefit CLEAR LAKE, Dec. 12.--Mem- ders of the American Legion aux- laliary cleared a sum of $28.41 at the benefit card party at the city hall Monday evening. About 13 tables were completed for playing. Mrs. Stanley Smith received the high score prize in bridge. Mrs Chris Axelson received the prize for high scoro in five hundred. Mrs Ralph Creger received the quilt which was given away. Refreshments wecr served by the committee which included Mrs. Jens Wind, Mrs. Forde Lee, Mrs. Mattie Colburn and Mrs. Emma Kimball. SUPREME COURT REVERSES CERRO 60RDO LAWSUITS Railroad arid Ellis Cases · Draw Reversals From High Tribunal. The supreme court reversed .two Cerro Gordo county cases and affirmed one in the list of 62 decisions handed down Tuesday. The court reversed the trial court decision from Ccrro Gordo county holding the Mason City and Clear Lake railroad company responsible for the death of Mrs. John E. Moss in an automobile accident while she was preparing to board a streetcar April 23, 1930. The estate of Mrs. Moss was granted a verdict of some 53.500 in the district court. The plaintiff endeavored to shew that the railroad company was responsible for the accident in which Mrs. Moss was struck by an automobile driven 'sy W. if. Strand, Decorah, candidate for representative In congress on his way that day to file his nomination papers. Was Driving South. Strand, who was driving south on Federal met the streetcar as it had started to turn the corner on North Federal avenue and veered his car to the left side of the trolley where a group of women were in the act of entering. Appeal from the lower court decision was made by Smith and Feeney, attorneys for the railroad company. The other cases reversed were those of M. W. Ellis vs. George Bruce, in which four defendants were given verdicta for a total of several thousand dollars. The appeal in this action was made by Senneff, Bliss and Senneff, attorneys for the defendant. The supreme court affirmed the case of E. A. Winter vs. Alma Davis, in which the plaintiff was given judgment for personal injuries. On Inheritance Tax. The supreme court handed down 62 decisions in all. Three of them involved inheritance tax refunds made to estates of persons who died while residents of other states. The taxes covered intangible Iowa. personal property · In Safe Driving Hint By lotrm Motor Vrhlcle Approaching Intersections D O NOT approach an intersection at high speed and depend upon your brakes for a sudden stop. This is not only hard on your tires and brakes, but is also very often the cause of a rear-end collision with the driver behind you. Unless you can see perfectly in all directions, approach intersections slowly. When you are sure the way is clear, and not until then, accelerate your speed. This practice will insure your having control over your car when you need it most. ' Most Practical G I F T S Bring your friend or loved one to me for a fine pair of glasses. Such a gift will be appreciated, last for years, and bring comfort ejul happiness to the wearer and to you, the giver. Have a scientific examination--day or evening. Deliver glasses third .day. Guaranteed and Reasonable Dr. Frank H. Smith OPTOMETRIST PINE GLASSES Manly, Iowa Judgment fqr .$48,944 Asked in Local Action Judgment for ?48,9-H.17. was askr ed In an action filed Tuesday in dis- :rict court by the Independent Order of Foresters against E. H..and Maud Rich, W. P. and Rose Rich of Clear Lake, P: E. arid Edith L: Shugart of Nevada, C. E. and Vera Lenz of Cerro Gordo county, -Walter Atkinson and Supt. of Banking D. W. Bates, receiver for the Farmers' State hank of Rudd. The suit la over a note executed by the Riches. TITTLE BROS. PACKING Co. INC. 105 SOUTH FEDERAL. , 100% pure ..... ......... ......... ........... Ib. 6c HAMBURGER, all meat . Ib. 4c BEEF, chuck roast '. Ib. 7c BEEF STEAK, round sirloin Ib. IQc BEEF SHORT RIBS lean Ib. 5c VEAL CHOPS, choice Ib. 7c NECK BONES Ib. / 2 c LIFE PROTECTION AT COST 51,500 Mutual Life Protection for $7.00; approximate total cost $13.00 per year; non-medical, ages 5 to 7fi; all races; dues waived after 15 years; disability waivers, loan and withdrawal values. Write for particulars. Dept.'A, FAMILY MUTUAL BENEFIT ASSOCIATION Heard Stag., Phoenix, Arizona llinois Man Given Contract for Planting of Federal Building Notification of the official award :o the Walter M. Winslow company of Macomb, 11., of the contract for painting the plaster in the federal ouilding was received at- the local postoffice Tuesday in a communication from the assistant secretary of treasury in Washington. The accepted bid was $1,743, while moat of the other bids were more than $2,500. This work was originally planned and is necessary for the satisfactory completion of the building. Specifications in the contract stipulate that the company must furnish all labor and materials for the project and finish the work within 60 days. STARTER GENERATOR IGNITION SERVICE Central Battery and Electric Company All of the inheritance tax cases came from Polk county, with Judge Loy Ladd handing down the refund orders. The supreme court decision, written by Justice Kindig, was on a case brought by the estate of Ralph Van Vechten, former Cedar Rapids banker who later moved to Chicago. The Van Vechten refund amounted to 58,321.89. The.other cases involved the estates of Sarah LJsle Horton, a resident of Sealright, Gal., at her death, $799 refund; and Octavia W. Irwin, Oradel, N. J., $238.88. In another Johnson county case, the higher court reversed the action of Judge ,J. P. Graffney In denying Joseph B. Wieland the right to change his plea from guilty of manslaughter to not guilty. The case grew out of the death of Morgan Hartsock, Feb. 20, 1933. Richard Cabrnosh, appellant, vs. Penick Ford. Linn county. Judge A. B. Clark. Directed verdict against damages. Affirmed. Opinion by Evans. Ethelda Level, administratrix, vs. Church of Christ, Nora Springs, ct al., appellants. Floyd county.' Judge J. J. Clark. Deed set aside. Affirmed. Opinion by Mitchell. Louis Schuster vs. Joseph Gillispie, appellant. . Webster county. Judge O. J. Henderson. Judgment for accident damages. Affirmed Opinion by Clausen. Other Ciises Given. State vs. M. V. Henderson, appellant. Fayette county. Judge W. Eichendorf. Verdict of guilty for accepting deposits in insolvent bank Reversed and remanded. Opinion by Mitchell. State vs. August Busing, appellant. Marshall county. Judge Clarence Nichols. Conviction for carrying concealed weapons. Affirmed. Opinion by Stevens. Howard L. Phillips, et al., appellants, vs. C. H. Phillips, et al. Marshall county. Judge Clarence Nichols. Court refused to contrui will. Affirmed. Opinion by Anderson. Charles Hibbs vs. Mary M. Wilson, appellant, et al. Marshall county. Judge B. O. Tonkersley. Judgment against school bus driver for injury damages. Reversed. Opinion by Stevens. NRA IN CLASH WITH CLEANERS Enforcement Machinery Set at Work as Group Defies Code. WASHINGTON, Dec. 12. (/P)-NRA set the machinery of federal enforcement at work today on nearly a hundred merchants, mostly little ones, who refuse to keep step with coded industry. In the 'early hours of this morning it ended a public session at which dry cleaners from all over the country who had not raised their prices to the levels set by their code were given one more chance to do so voluntarily. * Handful Complies. A small handful complied, 10 or so asked a day's time to consult with lawyers or principals, the vast majority simply failed to be represented, and a dozen, including the biggest, refused. Some told NRA to bring oh its federal trade commission prosecutors, others pleaded that higher prices would ruin them. Trade .commission representatives in the room jotted down the names of the objectors for further consideration. Critical Passage. Officials showed clearly their recognition that this was a critical passage -for NRA. The court-like session followed upon hours of. protests against schedules set by the code authority, ranging from 65 to 95 cents. Many objectors were small individualists, but the bulk. were linked in an association of cash,and carry cleaners who wanted to keep a 40 cent price. Not a defendant but argued stoutly that he was for the code abeying; its every word except prices. And most of them favored a fixed price, so long as it was theirs. SUICIDE IS NOT UNLAWFUL DEED Supreme Court Saves lowan From Conviction Upon Murder Count. DES MOINES, Dec. 12. UP--A supreme court ruling that suicide is not an unlawful act in Iowa today saved James S. Campbell, Johnson county, from a second degree mur der conviction carrying a penalty o: life . imprisonment. The story told by the supreme court opinion was that Aunabe Gross was shot and fatally woundet while trying to prevent Carapbel from committing suicide. Sentenced to Life. The district court held that Camp bell had been attempting to commi an unlawful offense and therefore was guilty of murder, even though the shooting of the girl was acciden tal. He was convicted of second de gree murder and sentenced to life imprisonment. The supreme court pointed ou that Iowa statutes do not list sui clde as an unlawful act. In this case the old common law which did re gard suicide as illegal does not ap ply, the supreme court said in th opinion by Chief Justice Albert. The conviction waa therefore re versed. The supreme court pointei out that it was.not deciding wheth er Campbell might be liable on other grounds than the attempte commission of an illegal act. Old English Act. The opinion recalls the old Eng Ush act of parliament which defin ed suicide as a felony, gave th property of the offender to th crown, and. provided for the buria of his body, transfixed by a stake in the public highway. This was quoted with the com lent that the old law does not ap- ly in Iowa, the statutes of which, o not specify that suicide is illegal. Will Make Christmas Plans. BRITT, Dec. 12.--The Britt Com- lercial club will meet Tuesday eve- ing at the Memorial hall. Plans will e perfected for a community :hristmas observance sponsored by he Commercial club. AN IDEAL CHRISTMAS GIFT $16.50 For "HIM" Combination. Elgin watch, knife and chain. New thin model case with a guaranteed movement. All three at a lower price thai? you would pay for the watch itself. YOU DON'T NEED CASH A WEEK W I L L D O ! Yonr Credit la Good a t . . LjyergoodBros, Cerro Gordo County Leads in Com-Hog Educational Work Cerro Gordo county takes the attendance banner so far in. corn-hog educational meetings, according to compilation made at Iowa State college at Ames. The Cerro Gordo Farm Bureau has had a total of 18 meetings with an attendance of 2,450 farmers. Sixty-seven counties, according to Hurt McDonald of the extension service, have completed full program of meetings. A total of 179 more meetings now scheduled will complete the Iowa week. program this The way he cusses, you have to look at his clothes to tell whether he's a prominent personality or a mule driver.--Cedar Rapids Gazette. ' . Approval Sought for Projects to Provide Women's CWS Work A quota of 80 women to be employed on civil works service projects in Cerro Gordo county was announced at Des Moines by E. H. Mulock, Iowa CWA administrator, and Roy Martin, local administrator, flaid projects on which they will be employed will be submitted Wednesday to state officers. It is expected a reply on the projects will be received Friday. Other quotas in North Iowa included Bremer, 20; Butler, 15; Chlckasaw, 20; Clay, 21; Clayton, 20; Emmet, 18; Fayette, 39; Floyd, 36; Franklin, 19; Hancock, 10; Har- dtn, 22 Howard, 15; Humboldt, 18. Kossuth, 17; Mitchell, 17; Palo Alto, 19; Winnebago, 19; Winneshiek, 19; Worth, 15, and Wright, 30 Tha tflloi ft-- TOWO Ui 4.000. 5 Doses of Loosens Cough More Empty Tin Cans " Sought for Next \ear During the past week many Mason City housewives availed themselves of the offer of the office for the unemployed to call and pick up empty tin cans. Men will stop at homes and pick up these cons provided housewives will save them, according to Glenn H. Mitchell, director of the city employment office. During the winter months these cans are put through a process of sterilization and machine work which puts them in condition to be used during the canning project next summer. Housewives may call Mitchell at 2140 and men will be sent out to gather the tin cans. ASKS JUDGMENT. Edward Huntting filed suit Tuesday in district court against A. P. and Jennie E. Bratt asking judgment for $1,000 on a note and foreclosure of a mortgage. Exibe FOR ZERO WEATHER An EXIDE battery just laughs at . cold weather. Zero or below, It will spl n you r motor----an d you' re on your way. ^7 OC 6 volt,-13 plates «P i ,£D exch MUENITSAN IDEX Battery Built by the makers of EXIDE CC QC Exchange Price ... tJD«»7D ' Battery Service Big, modern department at Daniels. Testing, recharging, repairing. Don't Cuss Fone Us Don't Cuss Fone Us . . JOE DANIELS MASTER SERVICE STATION r. ess HOMEY , TAW fotthii Tts»»l ·-- LMientU Tkkla rblifci For old oryouatf-a un nga»y or night--you can «v*{l/ ft'y on Folejfii Honey and Tar for yuickttt mult*. Coufth* duo to coldsmBygelaeriouafu** don't deUy. Get oer,wr.t FOLEY'3 today-refuse aub- ·UtuUs. Sold everywhere. Corner First Street S. W. _, and Washington Avenue GOODYEAR WAREHOUSE 1 AfiA Corner 2nd St. N*. E. and Del. . ItOU Ave.--S. of Ne\v Postoffice DEMAND "DAIRY MAID" PRODUCTS Butter, Milk, Cream, Whip Cream and Cottage Cheese PHONE 686 1934 PHILCO $ 22 UP! All raodfji on play. RiNiio* r*tv«Iaeit LO S hart W*vc.Clarioi» to no and performance. Ka*y Big aDowKn P. G. £r E. So many people are favoring ^Practical Gifts this Christmas Insulate the Attic with Thermocrete . Then you will use lesa fuel and save money. With the dollars J you save each winter you can buy Christmas gifts. Besides keep- J ing your house warm in cold weather, THERMOCRBTE will make it cooler and more enjoyable throughout the hot summer. Another Practical Gift Suggestion i A sack or two of white silica sand for the kiddies. Will make } their toys more enjoyable. With thia sand, even dad will enjoy I playing with the new Erector set. A Sensible Gift for "the Wife" I Harden the basement concrete floor and make it waterproof. [ We have an inexpensive liquid that will do it. After applied, the I floor will not get so dusty, and after scrubbing, the dampness will disappear so much quicker. Such a practical gift would be k appreciated 365 days each year by "the wife." Phone 055 for complete details and other practical, sensible Gift suggestions Builders Supply Co. Ztl 7th Street N. E. R. W. Willis, Manager Ejf 1 «*^G,

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