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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 7 M 193? NINE Mason City's Calendar SOLONS STATE VIEWS ON NEW IOWA LEGISLATION Jan. 12--Annual election of'Cham- ber of Commerce directors. Jan. 14--Mason City Production Credit association annual meeting at Hotel Hanford. Jan. 28--Joint Legion and Auxiliary party at armory. Jan. 15--James E. Gheen of New York to address joint evening meeting o£ Chamber of Commerce and service clubs. Here In Mason City Bennett Music Studio, voice ana piano. 1121/2 N. Fed. Ph. 2G6S-W. Sam Ewinsr, 19V4 South Federal avenue, was sentenced to attend traffic school on a charge of improper parking. G. E. Wash. Machines. Get yours now. Boomhower Kdwe. Ph. 142. Roy E. Johnson, distributing clerk at the postoffice here, was absent from work Thursday due to illness. Mail and parcels addressed to persons residing in or near the communuity o£ Portland should be marked "route 2, Mason City," Postmaster A. M. Schanke pointed out Thursday, due to the discontinuance of the postoffice at Portland. Birth ecrtiCicalcs have boon filed for Donna Jo, daughter o£ Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gehard, Mason City, born Dec. 31; Clifford LeRoy,. son of . Mr. and Mrs. Lincolm Pence, Lehigh addition, born Dec. 31; William Charles, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Huff, 107 % Sixteenth street northeast, born Jan. 1; Patricia Josephine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Donnelly, 19 Georgia avenue northeast, born Deci 24, and Betty Jean, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Jordan, 1824 South Federal avenue, born Dec. 30. DEAN RETURNING AFTER SERVICE IN LOWER HOUSE Says Homestead Exemption Law Must Treat Town · and Country Alike. Earl Dean, new state senator from Cerro Gordo, Hancock and Franklin counties, will leave Friday morning for Des Moines for the opening of the Iowa legislature Monday. Mr. Dean, who is the retiring president of the Cerro Gordo Farm Bureau, and operates i\ farm near Mason City, is returning to the Iowa legislature with one term's experience in tin lower house, in which capacity hi served in 1933 and 1934. Considerable important legisla tion is pressing for considevatioi this term, according to Mr. Dean The social security act, hurried!: passed in special session the latte part of last month to conform wit federal legislation, will have to b almost entirely rewritten, he saic The proposition of reallocating the three point tax on a different g basis is also one of the important To Des Moines At the Hospitals Mrs. C. G. Maudsley, 23 Tenth street northwest, was admitted to the Park hospital Wednesday for a minor operation. Mrs. Hattic Robinson, 508 Tyler avenue southwest, was admitted to the Story hospital Wednesday for treatment. Miss Bernice Jante, Garner, was dismissed from the Mercy hospital Wednesday following a minor operation. · Paula Meier, HI Jefferson avenue northwest, was admitted to the Park hospital Wednesday for treatment; · : Charles Osborne, 616 Delaware ., avenue southeast, was admitted to 'a- the Story hospital Wednesday for treatment. George Hacken, Thornton, was admitted to the Mercy hospital Wednesday for treatment of injuries received in a fall. Nick Frank, 1716 Pennsylvania avenue northeast, was admitted to the Park hospital Wednesday for a minor operation. Henry Sack, 103 Ninth street northeast, was admitted to the Mercy hospital Wednesday Cor treatment. Leona Mae Ewing, 19'.4 South Federal avenue, was dismissed from the Park hospital Wednesday following treatment. Miss Frances Fend, New Hampt o n , - w a s admited to the Mercy hospital Wednesday for' a minor operation. Andrew Fransen, 971 Virginia avenue southeast, was dismissed from the Park hospital Wednesday following treatment. A son weighing 6 pounds 6 ounces was born to Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Frelund, 1411 Hhode Island avenue northeast, at the Mercy hospital Wednesday. pieces of legislation to come up this session, in the opinion of the new senator. With this will be involved the proposed homestead exemption act. Wants it on Same Basis. ' ; I am opposed to a homestead exemption bill such as was proposed at the last term of the legislature for the reason that it penalized the rural areas," he said. "1 want an exemption on the same basis for both rural and city property." Another problem, according to Mr. Dean, will be consideration of efforts on the part of state departments for larger appropriations. "With times as they are 1 feel there are some departments that will need more funds," he said. "State educational institutions, drastically cut during the depression, now have larger student bodies and will likely need more money. State penal institutions also are asking for an increase. I am not prepared to say without some investigation whether these increases should be granted." To Introduce Bill. Mr. Dean plans to introduce bill limiting the per diem pay to members of the old age pension commission, putting it on the same basis as the board of education. The local senator favors the passage of a law similar to the M. J. fllcENANEY Representative Indiana budget appeal law, which the interim committee, on which he served, recommended. This law is now being sponsored by the Iowa State Taxpayers association. It provides that any 10 persons may appeal to the state board of assessment and review for a hearing in the county on budgets of taxing units. SCOUT DINNER ON WEDNESDAY C. E. Flynn to Give Address at Council Session in Hanford. The Rev. Clarence E. Flynn of the First Methodist church here will give the principal address at the seventeenth annual banquet and meeting of the North Iowa council of the Boy Scouts of America, scheduled for 6:30 o'clock T01918 SCOURGE 120 Cases Listed in City; Public Warned to Take Care of Colds. Although reports from nearly a score of cities disclosed Thursday that influenza and pneumonia, those twin perils of winter, are slinking about Iowa, exacting their toll of illness and death, the disease has not gained great headway in Mason City yet, according to City Health Director C. M. Fran- chcrc. About 12t) cases of influenza were reported in Mason City Wednesday and three deaths have been reported since Christmas due directly or indirectly to the disease. Mild Epidemic. Stale health authorities and physicians agreed that so far the influenza attack is a "mild epidemic" compared with the scourge ot 1318, but warned that it might become worse "i£ people don't lake care of themselves." In Des Moines a city health department survey listed nearly 1,200 cases of influenza and 11 cases of pneumonia, with 12 pneumonia deaths in the last three MANY PROBLEMS BEFORE SESSION, SAYS M'ENANEY Removal of Property Lien on Old Age Pensions Proposed. Morgan J. McEnaney, Cerro Gordo county's new representative to the state legislature, is making plans to leave Friday morning for DCS Monies to take up duties in preparation for the opening session Monday. "The first matter o£ vital interest to the legislators will be the selection of a speaker for the house," Mr. McEnaney stated. "The fact that the house is evenly divided, 54-54, will augur for -a spirited fight if the race is to be decided on strictly party lines. There arc at least four democrats in such race and the party choice will be made at a caucus to be held during the week-end." Mr. McEnaney said that he had not decided on which of the democrats to support in the caucus for such office but he intimated that any o£ the candidates would make an excellent speaker. Many Problems Up. "Many problems will face the assembly at the session commencing Monday," he added. "Amendments to the social security act, as adopted at the special session in December, 1936, will occupy a prominent place in the legislative calendar. Other matters oJ interest will be the question ot retention of the sales tax and the Allocation of funds received from such tax; the repeal or termination of the present $2 head tax for olc age assistance, increasing of olc age pensions and homestead exemptions. "I believe that those old peopl who have saved sufficiently in th past to own a small home, but wh are forced to accept the old ag pension should not be required t place a lien on their small horn for future advancements receive under the pension. The man wh does not own a home is not undo such an obligation, and there is n justice in penalizing the man wh has his small home but who mus J. E. Waters, Manager of Palace, From Burlington Operated Own Theater at Keota Before Coming to Mason City. J. E. Waters, new manager of the Palace theater of the Central States circuit here, came to Mason City from Keota where for the past year and one half he managed his own theater, the Princess. Before managing the Princess Mr. Waters -was in the show business at Burlington for 6 years, serving half of that time in various capacities as assistant manager at the Iowa, and at the Avon theater in Burlington and was in charge of the buying, booking and exploitation for the showhouse. Mr. Waters was graduated from St. Paul Central high of Burlington in 1930. He attended the Burlington schools. Mr. Waters was born at Cameron, Mo., Nov. 24, 1911. He was married in 1935 and has a four months old daughter. Mrs.* Waters and the child will move to ;ason City some time in January. CONFERENCE ON EDUCATION WILL BE HELD FRIDAY School Systems Making Plans to Attend. --Photo by Lock. J. E. WATERS Officers Elected, Reports Made on Activities of Past Year. The Immanuel Lutheran church eld its annual meeting Wcdnes- lay evening. Reports were heard rom the various organizations ind activities of the church and officers elected for the new year. Rural Teachers Will Meet Here Saturday The Cerro Gordo County Rural Teachers association will hold a meeting at the courthouse Saturday afternoon, starting at 1 o'clock. The program will include teaching demonstrations by members of the association. Dr C. M. Franchere, Mason City health director, will explain the immunization program. Johnson, president, Iowa F a r m Bureau federation. Proposed Federal Legislation, Mrs. S. E. Lincoln, member, publicity committee, Iowa Congress of Parents and Teachers. Proposed Legislation for Iowa, Erwin Larson, member, board o£ education, Charles City. Luncheon Meeting'. Noon-. . . r T l l Presiding--Mrs. Leon F. Wood, Representatives OI LOCai president, Iowa branch, American - - ' · ' Association of University Women. Economic Security for Teachers, W. S. Rupe, publisher, Ames Daily Tribune-Times. Representatives of the Mason] Greetings, N. G. Kraschel, gov- Cily and other school systems of ernor-elect; John K. Valentine, the county are making plans to lieutenant-governor-elect, attend a citizens' conference on Afternoon faesslon. education to be held in the Savery 2 p. m.-- hotel at Des Moines Friday, start- Presiding -- Frank F. ins at 10 a. m. president, Iowa Council for Bet- Thc program at the morning ter Education. and afternoon sessions, will be de- Discussion--James I. voted to a discussion of proposed chairman Americanism, Iowa de- legislation £or greater slate sup- partment, American Legion, Fort nort for schools. Social security Dodge. . . for teachers will be discussed Mrs. Grace Gilbert King, chau- at the noon luncheon meeting. man Americanism, Am e r i c a ,, The Iowa Council for Better Legion Auxiliary, West Union, ducation is co-operating in the J. H. Johnson, former speaker, onference The membership of of house, Knoxville; W. A. Bjeib, council consists of statewide president, board of education, realizations representing t h e Council Bluffs, chool boards, the Parent-Teach- Mrs. E. C. Smith, secretary, rs associations, American Legion Iowa School Boards association, nd its Auxiliary, Veterans of | Newton. Harold Jung and Olof were elected deacons for Olson three ask for aid under the plan. Talks on Pension. "Further, I believe thai the o people should be treated as ind vidual citizens and that the pen sion should be given to them as matter of right from the state and not on a charity basis. This should also eliminate the factor of forcing children or other relatives to keep such old people, which often results in a breach or loss of affection between children and their elderly parents. "I desire to represent all the citizens ot" Cerro Gordo county in a fair and impartial manner, with special attention focused upon the problems of the farmer, the laborer and the small businessman." year terms. George^'Schrivcr and ^etcr Nelson were elected to the board of trustees for a similar term. Mrs. Henry Herfindahl was elected Sunday school superintendent. Miss Cecelia Gustafson was re-elected organist. Miss Ellen Larson and Mrs. Virgil Brown ..ere elected to the auditing committee, and C. J. Olson was chosen head usher. Axel Wallskog was chosen delegate to the annual conference meeting at Des Moines in April with Ncls Landgren as alternate. Gustaf Larson was elected to the annual district meeting at Fort Dodge, with George H. Nelson as alternate. The annual budget was adopted, and plans made for meeting the financial obligations of the church. Wrestling Matches to Be Offered at Cente Members or Coach Hoivarc Barker's high school wrestiin learn will be featured in matchc at the meeting of the McKinle community center at 7:30 o'cloc Friday evening at the schoo Movies will also be shown unde the sponsorship o£ the Y. M. C foreign Wars and its Auxiliary. University Women, Farm Bureau' ederation, Women's clubs, Busi- less and Professional Women's club, League of Women Voters, Federation oE Labor, State Grange | ·ind State Teachers association. Following conference: Morning Session. Open forum. Next Steps, Mr. Miles. 4 p. m.-- Adjournment. 4-11 Group Organized. ALLISON--Nine girls of West Following is the program o£ the I Point township met at the E. W. Schrage home and organized a 4-IL club. Officers elected are: President, Viola Schrage; vice president, Edith Ann Schrage; secretary. Lucille DcBower; news rc- A « gneS uv amue ' son ' porter, Alma Diddcns;' historian, rtf nimlir* inst.riin- 1 r " . ' . , 10 a, m.-- Presiding superintendent of public instruction. Purpose of conference, Miss Samuelson. Plans and purposes o£ the Iowa Council for Better Education, Charles E. Miller, president, Association of Iowa School Boards. The Need £or State Support for Schools and How it Is Being Met in Other Slates, Francis Wiebke. Dr. E. C.Martin CHIROPODIST Successor to Dr. J. D. Recler 316 1st. Nat. BU-. Bids. Ph. 331 next 'Wednesday Hotel Hanford. evening at the Waverly Woman Dies in Fail Into Cellar WAVERLY, (/P) -- Mrs. Ed Hcideman of Waverly, died late Wednesday when she fell through an open trap door at the Ernest Spier farm home near Readlyn, and plunged into breaking her neck. the cellar, Among other events on the evening's program will be the installation of officers for 1937, presentation of a scoutmaster's key, presentation of the Silver Beaver award, adoption of the council program and objectives for 1937 and introduction to the council of Earle K. Behrcnd, who supplanted Charles Knousc as scout executive here on the latter's resignation. All scouters and guests were urged to get their reservations for the banquet in not Tuesday, Jan. 12. later than HAPPY RELIEF FROM PAINFUL BACKACHE Caused by Tired Kidneys Many n[ tlioje gnawing, mstgins, painful nackncnes people blnme on_ rolnn or K t r i u n n are o f i c n caused by tired kidnpy*--and may he relieved when treated in tb« ripht way. Thci knlneyfl Jirc Nnturn'ji cliiff w a y of UVinp nice?? nckls n n t nciinnnoim w n n t e out of llid blood. Most p r u p l f i piws about X pinln a day fir nbout, ;i poundft of wantc. If the 1- r » miles of k i d n e y tnbcn nnd fillern don't work well, pofaonaiia waste m a t t e r *t«ya in t h e blood. These poison* mny s t a r t nsifrginR backache-i, r h e u m a t i c pn'mt. lumbago, lopfl of pep nnd energy, Retting "P nishla, jnvellmR, nuffine-fs under t he ey«, headaches nndduzinr-sji. Don't wait.! Ask your drucBiet for Doan'n rilts, uflcd successfully by millions Tor over 40 year*. Tfacv five happy relief nnd wjH help Ibe 15 miles of kidney tubes flitsh out poisoiiom waato from t h e blood. Get Doan'a PilJa. Burk, Arrested in Iowa, Returned to v Face Murder Trial NEWTON, (/P)--Kentucky officers Thursday returned Hubert Burk, arrested at KcllogR, Iowa, to Wayne county, Ky., where ho will be tried on 9 year old murder charges. Burk, called a "respectable" resident by Kellogg neighbors, had worked at Kellogg lor the last several years. He was arrested last FRAMES MADE-TO-ORDER ANY SIZE--ANY STYLE LATEST MOULDINGS RUSSELL PHOTO STUDIO rhone Z272 -· Ncxl J. C. Tcnncy Co. by tip given recent Monday following Kentucky officers Iowa visitor. Burk is alleged to have killed Claude Shook, 20 year old Ken- tuekian, in 1928, and escaped in a flight through the southeastern Kentucky mountains. He was indicted by the grand jury on murder charges. DISCOVERED Way to Relieve Coughs Q U I C K L Y IT'S RYietievingipllktheirriUted tiMuiaoflh« throat and bronchial lubts. One net of innr»- dienli in FOLEY'S HONEY TAH quickly relieves ticVlinff. tucking, coughing . : . costa ana soothes irritated throat l i n i n g i to keep you from coughing. Another fl*t arlnally rntcrs tho btoau. reaches tho afTcctrr] brnnchint lulie.1. phteRm, hclpft braik up ah nml . .--,,--. -ielp« break up fpreas rrcorcry. Check A cntiRh [ I I R to n r.old h e f n r o if, Reta *voie. heforn nlhera nalrh it. Check it with FOLBY'S HONBY A TAR. It giv2a quick relief ud »imdtit-ut tectntry. weeks, several of them attributable to the flu. A county health unit survey this week showed 54 'cases of flu in Burlington and Des Moines county, but all cases were described as mild and there have been no reports o£ deaths from such illness. 1,000 Children W. At Cedar Rapids, health authorities estimated 1,000 children were absent from school because of influenza and grippe. Three deaths were attributed lo influenza find pneumonia since Christmas. Du- buquc health authorities reported several hundred cases of flu, most among adults with 10 pneumonia deaths since Dec. 25. The Marshalltown health department reported live per cent of the school children there absent from school and that influenza had contributed to a few pneumonia deaths. Siou.x City reported 730 cases of influenza, and 10 deaths from pneumonia since Dec. 25. Waterloo reported between 300 and '100 influenza cases. Charles City re- j ported an increase in influenza j cases, already above normal. Disease Crocked. Kcokuk physicians said inCluen- za calls were increasing along with more hospitalix.ations. At Fort Dodge, influenza and grippe were above normal, but physicians said , they thought the spread had been I checked by colder weather. I The Woodward State hospital for fc.eble minded reported 85 cases of influenza among its inmates, while at DCS Moines, the Veterans hospital barred visitors because o£ an outbreak of flu among its patients. Iowa CCC camps listed 48 cases of influenza, while the Washington county health service number 164 cases in that county. At Iowa Falls, school authorities have started checking temperatures of all students as the result o£ increasing influenza and mumps cases. Any child with a temperature of 93 degrees or above is being sent home. Physicians generally were of the opinion that the influenza siege is not serious yet and declared t h a i proper precautions, combined with colder weather, should keep it from developing. "There's only one way to fight Vinton Postmistress Dies; Funeral Rites Planned on Saturday VINTON, (fP)--Funeral services for Mrs. Carl Smouse, 54, postmistress here since April 3, 1933, who died yesterday afternoon of a heart attack, will be at 2 p. in. Saturday at Vinton Methodist church. Mrs. Smouse is survived by her husband and two brothers, A. C. Willford, Waterloo, former third district U. 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Injured in Fall on Ice. THOMPSON--Mrs. Martin Austin slipped on the ice near he home and is suffering with n fractured arm. influenza and pneumonia," they warned. That is to give up to i(, go lo bed and remain there with propel care. E N T S Please! Through the active co-operation of the State Board of Health, County Workers, and the Cerro Gordo County Medical Society, your child can be VACCINATED AGAINST FOR THE · SUM OF AND CAN BE I M M U N I Z E D AGAINST and Radiafor Service ·CENTRAL AUTO ELECTRIC CO. 25 First Street S. W. PHONE 494 It pays In buy Coal when vou want it. where you cnn gel it We carry a C u l l line of Coal from Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, West Virginia and Tennessee. Petroleum Coke also. Every one carefully selected and representative of the best in their respective fields. ,. Prompt, careful deliveries -- reasonable prices--guaranteed fuel service. Give us a trial on your next order. W.G. "FUEL MERCHANTS 501 Third St. N. E. COi, OVER FIFTY YEAKS" 1'hoiic 563 FOR THE SUM OF $1.00 making'a total of $2.00 for one^child, which includes the cost of materials" used and the services of your own family Physician . . . PROVIDING said services are rendered during the CLINIC HOURS specified on the "Authorization Cards" which will be distributed through the schools of Cerro Gordo County. In families of three or more children, or for those WHO HAVE RECEIVED one or the other of these immunizations at some previous date and do not need one of them at this time, the amounts payable to the Physician will be PROPORTIONATELY LESSENED. Definite instructions for next week's campaign will be given in this space tomorrow. CERRO GORDO COUNTY MEDICAL SOCIETY ' 5 V ^XT!^^

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