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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, August 1, 1935
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TWENTY MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, AUGUST 1 · 1935 FIESTA PLANNED ATCLARKSVILLE Celebration Will Be Held Aug. 8, 9; Features Are Announced. CLAKKSVILLE. Aug. 1.--Clarksville's fiesta will be held Thursday and IPriday, Aug. 8 and 9, the program including entertainment for two days and nights. Six free acts will be given at 2 and 8:30 daily. Band concerts will be presented by the Clarksville band. Dumont win play Clarksville in Softball Friday afternoon and other games may be played. Street sports will be presented Thursday afternoon. Platform dances will be held each evening and many concessions will be featured. REJECTED LOVER DRINKS POISON Girl Takes Ride With Man Who Loved Her and Sees Him Die. DES MOIKES. Aug I. U--Pauline May. 19. took a ride here today with Roy Daniels. 2S. the lover she had rejected, and death. The girl called police to a parked automobile. They found her near hysteria 'and Daniels dead. She told officers that Daniels, who lived at St. Charles, came to her home at 1 a. m. and asked to talk with her. They went for a drive, the girl said. "Roy told me he loved me," she said, "but I told him he just thought he did and that he should forget about it. I told him again, as I had before, that I wasn't in love with him and never would be. "As we drove home, ha took a bottle from a car door pocket and drank from it. He fell back gasping, struggled a few moments and then slumped down so quiet." She said she had met Daniels last November. One Divorce Granted, Two Others Filed in District Court Here One divorce was granted and two other divorce actions filed Thursday in district court here. Each of the actions was based on charges of cruel and inhuman treatment. Arnold Olson was granted a divorce from his wife, Marie, who lived with him only two weeks after their marriage Jan. 4, 1934. A stipulation agreed to by both parties placed the custody of a son, Robert, in the hands of the mother, and stated that the father was to pay $10 a month for the child's support. Judge T. A. Bcardmore signed the decree. Mrs. Violet Oglevie started divorce proceedings against her husband. Harold. They were married in 1926. Mrs. Cecilia K. Peaslce petitioned for a divorce from her husband, Raymond W., asking custody of two daughters and S50 a month permanent alimony. The couple was married in 1928. NEAR ACCORD ON AAA AMENDMENT House and Senate Conferees Agree to Permit Suits on Process Taxes. WASHINGTON, Aug. 1. (At-Working rapidly toward agreement, house ana senate conferees on the AAA amendment bill tentatively agreed today to accept senate provisions permitting suits for recovery of processsing taxes, and for restoration of the export debenture program. The agreements on these two provisions, together with yesterday's agreement to strike out all price fixing provisions, eliminated much of the disputed matter. It was explained that none of the accepted until the return of Chairman Smith (D.-S. Car.) of the senate, agriculture committee, one of the conferees. Agreement by the house confer- conferees' actions could be finally ees to accept the senate provision permitting suits for recovery by processors who could prove they had not passed tfie tax on to producers or consumers was setback to the administration. A flat prohibition against recovery of any processing taxes paid in the crop control program was sought by the administration and written into the house bill. TRA1NK1LLSSIX TRACK WORKERS Railroad Employes Fail to Hear Whistle of Express Locomotive. WILMINGTON, Del., Aug. 1. Cf --A Pennsylvania express train killed six employes working on the tracks three miles south of Wilmington today. The dead: Frank Dilno, Newport, Del. Wielba Sciaverrelli, Belvedere, Del. Carmelo Intelisano, Wilmington Juan Carreno, Newport, Del. Frank Cateldo, Wilmington and Romeo Marsella, Wilmington. The train, drawn by an electric locomotive, was bound for Washington. · At the company's Wilmington office officials said their information is that the engineman blew his whistle as he approached. Their expressed supposition was that the men did not hear the warning or were too slow in their effort to avoid the train. UTILITY WHISPER CAMPAIGN URGED Cramer Tells Probers Move Suggested to Hint That F. R. Was Insane. WASHINGTON. Aug. 1. f.T--E. P. Cramer. New Jersey advertising man. told the senate lobby committee today he had suggested months ago that utilities companies start a whispering campaign that President Roosevelt was insane. Meanwhile, the house rules committee received testimony from Bernard B. Rohinson, Chicago utilities official, that he had paid Robert Smith, Washington lawyer, $500 o teach him his way around Wash- ngton--how to use the congressional directory and the like. Robinson said he came to Wash- ngton, representing the Associated ''as and Electric company, to oppose he utilities bill. "Whispering Campaign." Chairman Black of the senate iommittee recalled what he termed a recent "whispering campaign" hat Mr. Roosevelt was in bad lealth. It was quickly drowned by widespread press denials from Washington. President Roosevelt himself took cognizance of the campaign. "Didn't you suggest in March hat a whispering campaign be itarted to convince the nation that .he president was insane?" Black asked. I don't recall," Cramer, a middle aged man with closely cropped hair, replied. Might Be Considered. "Didn't you suggest that a whispering campaign be started?" "I suggested that as one of the matters that might be considered," Cramer replied in a low voice. Robinson also told the committee that he talked by telephone Sunday night with H. C. Hopson. who is sought by the committee for questioning concerning the activities of A. G. E. Robinson, who represented that company in Washington during the utilities fight, said he did not know where Hopson-was when the conversation took place. Not Well Man. "Mr. Hopson is not a well man. I've been told by physicians that if he ever developed a sore throat, he would choke to death." Cramer previously bad told State Commander of G. A. R. Critically 111 at Home in Waterloo WATERLOO, Aug. 1. CT)--Horace B. Kelly, 94, commander of the Iowa department, G. A. R.. was critically ill today at his home here. He is unconscious. Mr. Kelly became ill last week after taxing his strength while on official business during hot weather. He rallied over the week-end but continued oppressive weather nut him down again. suggesting to the Electric Bond and Share company a detailed program in an effort to defeat the new deal. He said the whispering campaign was one of his recommendations but the program had not been carried out. He was a surprise witness. He was questioned about a letter he .wrote to C. E. Groesbeck, chairman of Electric Bond and Share, suggesting the plan for beating the new deal. Flatly Denies It. When Black first asked him about recommending a whispering campaign he flatly denied it. He finally conceded it, however, when Black placed in the record a letter Cramer had written to Groesbeck March 28, saying- ia part: "I suggest, that the officers and directors of the company take the leadership in organizing or at least formulating a plan for organizing the security holders of America for the purpose of destroying the new deal and giving America a sane and honest program in its place." Three Year Old Is Injured as Truck Backs Into Group Mary Lou Ulin. 3 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ulin, 315 Jackson avenue southwest, was bruised and scratched, when a Govig grocery truck driven by Mancel Stran, 25 Fifteenth street northwest, backed into children playing near the Ulin home about 9:30 o'clock Thursday . morning". The little girl was taken to the Park hospital, where she was examined and then she was taken home. Murtagh Approves Transfers of Funds DES MOINES, Aug. 1. (.T)--State Comptroller C. B. Murtagh today approved the following transfers of funds: 51,000 from the improvement to the park fund of Keokuk; S5.000 from the general to the schoolhouse fund of Lincoln township. O'Brim county; and .52,000 from the light plant earnings to the judgment bond fund of Story City. Entire Stock of Summer Furniture or August Sale Prices 20% ^ 50% Every piece of summer furniture on our floors included. The summer season is drawing to a close and we must close out our entire stock. We won't carry any over. So come in now. Exceptional savings. Full Padded Seat Gliders $1 1 .95-- Oak Lawn Seats, $1.19 Yes, of course, these sensational August Sale reductions extend even into our Rug Department! Here are a few typical savings, selected at random. Come, compare and save! 9x12 ft. Seamless Axminsters Ore of the finest rug values in years! Longwearing, seamless Axminister russ in many popular patterns and color schemes! We've cut tho price to rock bottom! 9x12 ft. Oriental reproductions We're proud of 'this harprUn o f f e r i n g ! Scam- Tw. softly hich-lichted nip*--copies o( rare Chinese and Persian originals: An expensive lookinp nig at low cost for such quality! 9x12 ft. Fringed Wiiton Rugs at What a real surpriFR this is! Everyone know? the popularity, n u a l i i y and coort taste rf Wilton rups! Chnojsc from a widP variety o£ pftt- ternf and colors at this unoelicvably low price! 6 ft. and 9 ft. Felt Base 9x12 Felt Base Rug Through a special purchase we are able to olfer yru a standard quality felt base rug al this low price. Attractive, .floral, rnarblired and broken tile patterns. The quality is standard and the patterns arc new. Designs that 'will be suitable for kitchen and bathroom. Heavy enameled surface. *r ^?s^' «$%'"" °vr. ·Ju-v- v Open Evenings By Appointment Just Call 3400 ^·"' 8 Pieces An August Dining Room Suite Special We arc o f f e r i n g an exceptional value in d i n i n g room suites just for the Aupust B'uy- ers. This suite is made of laminated w a l n u t , f chairs, table and b u f f e t arc neatly turned. Buffer, front has artistic decorations, Chair seats of tapestry. 8-Pc. Oak Credenza Dining Suite A world fit rnom in the b u f f e t or mis oak set. Dull, antique f i n i s h thai will not rhow marks. Table is refectory type with extension leaves at ends of table. Chairs with attractive removable cover!nj*s. AUGUST FURniTURE- For Living Room Comfort You Should See This Suite. 2 Pieces in Tapestry This is just one of the many bargains offered during this August Furniture Sale. Deep seated davenport and club chair. Loose spring filled seat cushions. Fig ured Tapestry covered all over. Use Your Credit to Buy It. Easy Terms PORCELAIN TUB ELECTRIC WASHER An Inner-Spring Mattress Value for Our August Sale A ihirrt of your l i f e is spent in bed. Why not be comfortable and get She proper rest. This inner spring mattress assures you of that. Choice of covers. 5-Piece UNFINISHED BREAKFAST SET . SEMI-PORCELAIN COAL RANGE . 4950 3-Piece COMPLETE BED OUTFIT . . BEAUTIFUL NEW STUDIO COUCHES ENGLISH LOUNGE CHAIR and STOOL l-major piece*! Special for August Sale Early American styling, peg construction, weathered finish, authentic hardsvare, oak interiors, to list just a few, are features -that make this suite outstanding! Imagine then, choosing any three charming pieces from the group--full-size bed, chest of drawers, vanity, dresser, dressing table with separate mirrors or chest on chest--and paying only $59.50! Never, in our opinion, has a suite of such quality been so moderately priced! Never such a great savings opportunity for you!

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