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TWO MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE DECEMBER 18 1933 SEVEN IOWA CWA i JOBS APPROVED 3 Projects to Employ 129 Women; Extra Quota of 1,000 Sought. DES MOINES, Dec. IS. .T-Seven projects for improvement of highways ana trunk roads in six counties were approved today by Prof. George Keller, civil works administration chief engineer. These, with two other projects, will employ 319 men and carry a total appropriation of ?52,144.15. Three Polk county projects to employ 129 women were approved Monday by Ina Tyler, state emergency relief director, who has requested an additional quota of 1,000 for Iowa. The three new projects carry a total appropriation of $12,002 and Include extra cleaning- service in all schools, the city hall and municipal courthouse. Fifty women have been assigned to the CWS sewing room. Miss .Tyler said the projects already approved .complete the use of the Iowa CWS quota of 4,000. Of these assignmnts, 2,500 already are "on the job." At least 1,500 women, heads of families, in the state still are without employment and a request has been sent to Washington for . the additional quota to care for these women. Her announcement followed a conference of civil works administration department heads and relief officials with E. H. Muloclc, CWA administrator. The following CWA projects were approved at the state office hero Monday: Elkader--Storm sewer to stop flooding residential section, 12 men, 51,793. McGregor--S t a r m sewer and flood control, 18 men, $2,411. Waukon--Reconstruction agricultural hall on fairgrounds, 20 men, $2,640. North Iowa CWA projects approved included: Winnebago county--Forest City, clerks and stenographers in civil works, NRA, county offices, four men, 5600. Bremor county--Readlyn, graveling streets, clearing dump site, grading and leveling playground, painting city hall, six men, 5810. Hancock county--Brltt, painting in public buildings. Cost, $80T; men, six. Humboldt county--Pioneer, repair road to school. Cost, 5840; men, seven. Dakota City, repair school building. Cost, ?96; men, three. Vernon, painting school building. Cost, 5180; one man. Worth count}'--Crushing and haul- ing stone for roads. Cost, $3,750; men, 28. Kossutli county--Repairing roads, bridges, ditches. Cost, $2,520; men, 21. A North Iowa project for women was: Kossutli county--County emergency relief committee, sewing room; renovating- old garments and making new garments in Swea City. Lakota, Bancroft, Algona, Wesloy, Burt and Luverne, 15 women. IN DAY'S NEWS TREMENDOUS REDUCTION IN BUS FARES -Rates cut as much as 50% 1£ASON CITY to 1 IVay Rd. Trip St. Paul 52.85 $5.15 Waterloo 1.70 3.10 lies Molnes 2.7G 4.05 Kunsas City 6.70 12.10 Spencer 2.25 4.05 Cedar Uapldu 2.80 5.30 Los Angeles 26.00 46.80 Chicago 7.50 Call for Rates to Other Points Jefferson Transportation Company BUS Depot 16 First Street S. W. 97 Mason City FIGHT TO STRIKE OUT SALES LEVY (Continued From PaEfl 1) tail sales tax similarly would shift a part o" the taxes from other large businesses and concerns to the working man. Aid Largo Landowners. Large landowners,, living in Iowa and others residing outside of the state but having an income from Iowa farmers likewise would be freed of some property taxes and the burden placed on tenant farmers, he declared. "If we pass a measure which lifts a tax on the landowner and places it on the tenant we are not making for home ownership," he asserted. Contending that the Brookings In stitutlon's survey, for which he said the state paid 525,000, did not recommend a retail sales tax for Iowa and In fact "questioned the advis ability of such a tax," Patterson asked why the state should pay that much money for a report "when we pay no attention to It." Chain Store Tax. H« estimated that the chain store tax which the Fatterson-Beardsley- Calhoun-Rltchle amendment would insert the bill would raise about 5700,000 a year. The amendment would require an annual license fee of $3 for one store; for two to five stores the fee would be 510 additional for each store; from five to 10 stores, $20 additional for each store; and so on up to a top of ?150 for each store .n excess of 20. Senator Roelofs, a member of the nterim committee, in opposing the amendment said he favored a levy on chain stores -but argued that it should not be included in the committee bill. Jv T ot Tax Kovision. "The amendment doesn't coma mdcr the heading of tax revision," le said. "Such a proposal is not a revenue measure but a measure of social control. It should be intended .o equalize the opportunities between the local merchant and the chain store merchant." Before taking up the Patterson amendment the senate, still sitting n committee of the whole, considered several proposed changes in the interim committee bill and adopted a few, largely of a clarifying nature. It debated but finally deferred action oh an amendment by Senator Frank Byers which would exempt from the retail sales tax the gross receipts of sale, delivery or circulation of newspapers. Bycrs told the senate that In other states, such as lalifornia, newspaper circulation :iad been classed as intangible. Amendment Adopted. An amendment by Senators Byera and Frailcy which was adopted added labor unions and auxilaries to the organizations exempted from the corporation net income tax. The old fight against appropriations for county Farm Bureau bobbed up agavrnln the house today. Representative Moore of Harrison moved that the bill sponsored by Representative Malone of Casg and himself, creating county agricultural boards, be made a special or- Convinced that slayer of Dr. Leonard Slever, prominent dentist of Pasadena, Cal., . had jealousy motive, authorities questioned several w o m e n known to have been acquainted with him, In effort to solve mystery murder. Body ot socialite bachelor was found with two bullet wounds in street near his home. (Central Press). der of business for 10:30 a. m. Wednesday. Representative Strachan of Humboldt offered an amendment that il be rereferred to the agricultural committee. He contended that it rightfully belonged to that committee instead of county and township organizations which reported It for passage. In this contention he was joined by Representative Doran of Boone. Not In Good Faith. TOBACCO SALES HOLIDAY RULED Tennessee and Kentucky to Await Law to Control Production. (By The Associated Press) A tobacco sales "holiday" has jeen called in two of the principal Burley producing: states pending; enactment of a federally sponsored production control plan. Governor McAllister .of Tennessee olned Governor Laffoon of Ken- .ucky in requesting warehousemen and growers to discontinue sales and announced he would call upon the governor o£ Virginia to follow suit. Governor Ehrinhous of North Carolina declined to aay whether he would request closing of the Asheville market. Indefinite suspension of tabacco sales at Rlpley, the largest Burley market in Ohio, was announced and managers of four loose leaf warehouses at Madison, Ind., said they would follow Kentucky's lead. Of en to 9 f · "'· from noui lo Xtmu Moore asserted that the Strachan motion was not made In good faith while Malone claimed the bill was one which would eliminate friction among- the various farm organlza tlons. The Strachan motion carried 55 to 4 and the measure was sent to the agricultural committee. The bill would eliminate county payment to county Farm Bureaus and the agricultural board would be created by one elective member from each township. Appropriations could not exceed $3,000 in counties of less than 25,000 nor more than 54,000 in counties over 25,000. The house got into a wrangle over a labor committee bill which would limit fees of teachers' agencies to S per cent of the first month's wage for obtaining positions. As a resul action was deferred. Defeat Speed Bill. The house defeated 41 to 54 the motor vehicle committee bill replacing that section of the code which provides that no person shall drive a .motor vehicle upon the highway at a speed greater than will permit him to bring it to a stop with the assured clear distance ahead. Bills, passed were: By Johnson of Lion--Permitting the chief Justice of the state supreme court to name a colleague to act in his place in case of absence of inability to act. By Durant of Hancock--Making permanent the transfer of $10,000 of funds from the Hancock county bovine tubercular eradication fund to the poor fund. On Hospital Bill. The house set 10 a. m., Wednesday for consideration of the Mill- honc-Speidel bill providing that indigent patients to the Iowa University hospital be admitted on the county quota plan. An attempt had been made to bring up the bill today but it was blocked by members who deairec more time to study it. The bill also provides for a reduction In the fees allowed examining physicians and in the per diem wage of attendants taking such patients to the hospital. The physi clans would be allowed S3 instead of ?5 and '.he attendants 52 Instead of $3. Commission Inquiry. SPURT IN STEEL INDUSTRY SEEN Auto Sales Show Gain ant Roper Notes Signs of World Revival. CLEVELAND, Dec. 18. (/B The magazine "Steel" notes a spurt in the steel industry induced by "a strong combination of the seconc largest weekly awards in 1B33 for structural material, negotiations for upward of 13,000 freight cars with other railroad programs maturing a further flurry in scrap prices am the expiration Jan. 1 oE all con tracts carrying prices lower than those announced for ths first quar ter." Steel works operations have been brought, the magazine says to 33 per cent, the highest in eigh weeks. Continued Employment. DETROIT--Reports of sales, pro ductlon and employment issued by various motorcar manufacturers during the months in which the in dustry has been operating" under an NRA code, coupled with antlci pated business improvement in 1934, were seen in automotive cir cles today as indicative of contin ued employment for the industry's workers. Steel Payrolls Increase. NEW YORK--Steel payrolls in- Teased nearly $800,000 to 537,977,'85 in October, the American Iron and Steel institute reports, although Mrs. Eike Rites Held in Armstrong Church ARMSTRONG, Dec. 18. -- Mrs. aizabeth Eake, 70, an early settler if Emmet county, who died Thursday morning at the Coleman hos- ltal ia Estherville, after several nontha' illness was buried Una afternoon. Funeral services were held at the Lutheran church here and nirial made in the Palestine cemetery at DolHver, beside her husband who preceded her in death about 15 years. Seven children survive, Elmer Sike, Sack Rapids, Minn.; Manley Eike, Bedford; Clair Elke, Fenton; Mrs. Caroline Ritiander, Eatherville; Mrs. Elizabeth Sartell, Sartell, Minn.; Bert Olsen, Estherville; Ole Olsen, Armstrong. Bricelyn Farmers State Sugar Beets Best Income BRICELYN, Minn., Dec. 18 __ Farmers Saturday received the initial payment for sugar beets from Mason City. Checks came to all growers around here. Farmers stated the beets were their best source of income this year. Set Commencement Dates. IOWA CITY, Dec. 18.-- Commencement ceremonies and festivities of 1934, the seventy-fourth in the history of the University of Iowa, will extend over a five day period, May 31 to June 4. NEGRO IS GUILTY, SAYS WHITE JURY George Crawford Convicted of Murdering Woman in Virginia. LEESBURG, Va., Dec. 18. UPi-- George Crawford, Negro, was convicted Saturday by a jury of white men of murdering Mrs. Agnes Boeing Haley, Mlddleburgr, Va., sportswoman. The jury imposed a penalty of lite imprisonment to end the five day trial which resulted from the slaying of Mrs. IlKey ana her maid, Mrs. Mina Buckner, at Middleburg On January 13, 1932. IN THE RADIO WORLD MANHATTAN SHIRTS a new round eyelet collar style in a smart new white It's an entirely new idea in shirt styling. The collai- points are short and rounded--made with eyelets, so that the collar can be held perfectly in place by the collar-pin. The result is a shirt that "stays put," looks distinctively "different." We'll guarantee you'll like it. $7.50 JW White only Other Manhattans $2 to $3.50 _j^ MASON CITV'S-CHRISTMAS STORE for MEN B E L x/ | SbN ^1N C AT NUMBER SEVEN] SOUTH FEDERAL MONDAY, DEC. 18 (Central Standard time) Note: All proRraing to key ana basic chains or groups thereof utileas specified; coast to coaat (c to c) designation Includes an available stations. rrosramn subject to change. P. M. NBC-WEAF NETWORK wUg wcsh wtl wilt winr wrc vrgy when wUig «'«h ·wfi wilt wfbr wrc wgy wbeo v,caa wtam wwj waai ; Midwest; ksd \vmaq well woc-who wo\v wdaf wkbf NonrmvEST. . AND CANADIAN-- wtmj wlba kelp Tvebc wday ktyr crct ctfft SOUTH -- ^vrva \vpt£ wwnc ivla wjox wtla- u-gun wlod warn wine wsb wapl vrjdx wsmb kvoo why wfaa wbap kprc wool ktbs kths wsoc MOUNTAIN-- koa kdyi kgtr itghi TACIFIO COAST-- KBO Ufl kgw Itomo khq kf£d ktnr k£u 5:30 -- Songs by Irene Beasiey -- east; Tom Ml::-- repeat wmaq ksd. 5:45 -- Horseseme in Philosophy. 6:00-- Shirley Howard, and Others. 0:15-- Biny Bachelor's Sketch. 6:30 -- Lum and Abner -- east only. 6:15 -- The Goldbergs, Serial Act. 7:00-- Historical Sketches-- east. 7:30 -- Lawrence Tlbhclt. Baritone. 8:00 -- Gypsies concert Orcli, 8:30-- The Ship ot Joy--also c. 9 :00 -- Eastman Orch. -- also c. 0:30 -- Kay-Seven, Spy Drama. 10:00-- Talk by John Ersklne. 10:15 -- The King's Jesters -- cast; Lum and A.bncr -- repeat (Or midwest. 10:30 -- Kenny Meroir's Orch. 11:00 -- Georfja Olsen'a Orch. 11:30 -- Harry Sosnik Orch. production declined about 9 per cent from September. ' 'World Ktvlvnl Signs. WASHINGTON -- Secretary of Commerce Roper says definite signs of world business revival have appeared in the last fiscal year. In a report to President Roosevelt, he says also that the depression has been definitely stemmed in the United States. Vlnnt Shoivs Profit. C H I C A G O--Cudahy Packing company made a net profit of ?!,813,768 In its fiscal year ending Oct. 28. Shortage of Turkeys. NEW YORK--A shortage of turkeys for Christmas Is In prospect says P. Q. Foy, market expert. This ho attributes to the Increased consumption In hotels and restaurant -brought on by repeal. NETWORK BASIC--East: wabe wade woKo wcao ttaab wnac \vgr vrkbw wkrc whk cklw wdrc wlp wjaa w a a n . w f b l wapd ,-wJsv; wbbm wtbm :kmba kmox/wbwo *\ EAST AND CANADA--w^g-wtip wlbw whec wlbs wrea wore wlcc cfrb ckac ! DIXIE--Teg^t vrjla wbre \vqmn wdod klra wrcc wlae WJBH wtoc krld wrr ktth wnco [coma wdbo rc-ods vvbt wdne wblff ' wdbj WWVH. wtnbg TVEJS .MIDWEST--ivcah wtjl wmt \vmbd wtaq \vlBn vvibw k f h kfab wkbn wcco xvsbt MOUNTAIN--kvor kli koh ksl COAST--khj kotn ksb k(rc kol kfpy kv 4 MEN RESCUED FROM SEAPLANE Picked Up by Steamer After More Than 20 Hours of Drifting. . MARSEILLE, France, Dec. 18. l/P)--Four men who had been adrift way commission will be resumed at 9:30 a. m., tomorrow, but consideration of the subject will be limited to the one day, under a motion of Representative Sours of Floyd. The commission and Fred White, chief engineer, will be given three hours to present their side of the case and the remainder of the time is to be alloted for questioning and consideration of the report of the house investigating committee. The house will sit as a committee of the while In the discussion. Fire Does $100,00 Damnge. MANNING, Dec. 18.--Fire of undetermined origin destroyed a double building housing a drug store and offices. The damage was estimated at $100,000. seaplane for the stormy Mediterranean were rescued at dawn today by the steamer Saint Mar- querlte. The heavy snowfall which had hampered the visibility of four ships steaming blindly around the plane in an angry sea stopped during the night. At daybreak, the St. Marguerite sighted the stricken croft at a point about £0 miles south of Marseille. The cold and weary occupants of the plane were taken aboard along with the mail carried and the ship steamed for Dlzerta, Africa. The plane was abandoned. kfbk kmj kwg k«rn kcJb Ugmb 5:30-- Songs by Vera Van -- east; Jack Arm strong -- midwest repeat. 5:45 -- Music Box-- wabc; Enoch, Light Orcli.-- Dixie and went. 0:00 -- Myrt and Marge -- east only; X-ou Panlco Oich. -- midwest. 6:15 -- Junt Plain 'Bill-- east; PanSco Orch. mllwect. 0:30 -- Music on the Air -- east; Kasper Bist era-- west; Uv«'t Rogers -- midwest repeat; Showmen -- Dixie, 6:43-- Boako Carter, Talk -- basic; BeUve«Q tho Bookends -- west. 7:00 -- The Happy Bakers -- basic. 7:15-- Edwin C. 11111-- bade; Choir-- -west; Taximeter -- Dixie. 7:30-- Bin g Crosby-- also c; Loula Pan! CO Orch. -- mid went. 8:00-- Btokowftkl Orch. -- c to c. S:ir-- -Alexander Woollcott -- to c. 8:30 -- LuUi McConncll-- c to c. 9:00 -- Wayne- K!HR Orch.-- to c; Ernie Valle Orch. -- Dixie, B:15 -- Melodic Memories-- Dixie. 9:3fl -- CBS Broadcast -- c to c. 6:43-- Dtep River Orch. -- basic; Myrt and Marge -- rpt. for west. 10:15 -- BoBwell jjlsters -- c to c. 10:30 -- Glen Gray Orch.-- c to c, 11:00 -- Leon Be'asco Orch. -- to c. 11:30-- Abe Lyman Orch. -- c lo c. 12:00 -- Dance Hour -- wabc only. NBC-1VJZ NETWOHK BASIC -- East! wjz wbz-\vbai wham kdka wgar wjr wlw TVSJT wmal; Midwest; wcky kyw wenr wls kwk kwcr koii ^ren wmaq k.to wkbf NORTHWEST ASH CANADIAN-- wtm] Wtba kstp wcbc \vday kf p r crct ctci SOUTH -- wrva \vptf wwnc wls wjnx wfia- waun wlod wsm wmc wsb, wapi w]dx wsmb STOVER CHOSEN TO FOURTH TERM (Continued From rage 1 the Farm Bureau member the same inalienable rites that members ot other organizations enjoy, viz., the right to use the member fees for the benefit of Its members in any way that they choose." Oppose Packer Bill. The following resolution was adopted in opposition to the livestock inspection bills now pending in the house and senate: "Whereas there is now pending before our legislature at Its special session house file No. 176 and senate file No. 155 and whereas the Cerro Gordo county Farm Bureau is now in session at its annual meeting, and "Whereas the above bills enacted into law will now only Increase the cost of marketing livestock locally but will have a tendency to cripple, handicap and destroy our local cash markets, thus adding to the many burdens which the livestock producer is already bearing. "Therefore be it resolved that we protest against any increased cost in marketing livestock locally and respectfully petition our legislators, the Hon. E. M. Dean, representative, and the Hon. William McArthur, senator, to use all their Influence to defeat house file No. 176 and senate file 155 and other legislation which if enacted into law will increase the cost of marketing livestock locally in our cash markets. The resolutions also voiced disapproval of tax free securities, approval of the federal administration policies and support of the general recovery program. Criticism of the lynching episodes as well as ot the general laxity of law enforcement f was expressed. The resolutions were presented by a committee made up of Cecil Avise, Bert Myhre and C. W. Piles The following proposed from the iloor by Mr. Mills was also adopted "We wish to commend the president of the United States for his efforts in successfully bringing into operation a reform that had its origin in the Cerro Gordo county Farm Bureau, and one which this organization has constantly favom and worked for: Namely, a guarantee of our bank deposits." Waldorf Faculty Will Be Host to Students FOREST. CITY, Dec. 18. -- The faculty college will entertain the student body at the annual Christmas party Thursday evening, Dec. 21, in the college lobby. The Waldorf "family" will gather about the Christmas tree beside the fireplace where a program will be presented. Gifts and refreshments will be distributed following the program. School will close for the Christmas holidays Friday at noon. Work will be resumed on Tuesday, Jan. 9, 370 PINTS OF WHISKY SEIZED 2 Men Are Held'at Clarion; Federal Agents Join in Raid on Farm. CLARION, Dec. IS.--Three hundred seventy pints of alleged bonded whisky and five gallons of alcohol were seized in a raid early Sunday at the Frank McDaniel home, 3% miles east of Eagle Grove. Officers arrested McDaniel and waited several hours until John Chapman, who Ives six miles south of Clarion came. Both men were charged with maintaining a liquor nuisance. Officers making the raid were Sheriff R. E. Wilson and his deputy W. J. Evans, Sheriff James O'Malley of Hamilton county and Fedara Agents C. F. Wilson and Oscjr Hanson. Chapman has been convicte twice before on liquor counts, once receiving three months in jail an $800 fine and the other time a year in jail and 51,000 fine. KIDNAP-ROBBERY PROBE GOES ON Auto Believed One Stolen From Costello Found at Council Bluffs. SIOUX CITY, Dec. 18. UP)--Poce were continuing an investiga- ion her£ today into the abduction nd robbery of Mathew Costello. a nilling company salesman, who waa idnaped by two robbers who took 8 from him and abandoned him ear Hornlck late Saturday. Meanwhile, Council Bluffs police nnounced that they had recovered n automobile there which they be- ieved is the car taken from Cosello. The two men who kidnaped Cosello are believed to be the same iair that held up Ray Smith, 24. f California Junction, Iowa, in Council Bluffs Saturday night and ook his car after giving him a wild ride in the rumble seat. Smith's car has not been found. Fatally Injured in Fall From Ladde: WATERLOO, Dec. 18. UP)--Wai ter Elzerman, 38, was fatally in jured this morning when a ladde rung br*~ e and he fell 25 feet from a ha; .ow in a barn on tin Pete E. Peterson farm south of Water loo. Elzerman's skull was frac tured and he died two hours late in a Waterloo ^ospital. Milwaukeean Given 10 Years in Prison CEDAR RAPIDS, Dec. 18. UP)-Rudolph Brlnkmler, 30, Milwauke held for two break in attempts an an attempted safe robbery at Cen ter Point a week ago was sentence to an indeterminate terra of 10 year in the state penitentiary at For Madison. Keefe Engineer on Iowa Airport Job DAVENPORT, Dec. 18. Iff)--J. H KecVe of Sioux City was appolnte special engineer for the aeronautic branch of the department of com merce on civil works airport pro jects in Iowa. Officers Elected by I Garner R.N.A. Lodgcl GARNER, Dec. 18.--Live Oalf camp, 474, Royal Neighbors of Ami erica Friday night elected: Oracle} Edna Wetterling; past oracle, Fran? cis Mlllard; past oracle, Lues Schleusner, recorder, Helen Steil, rel ceiver, Fannie Becker, chancellors Minnie Young-, marshal, Mat tie Meli cher; assistant marshal, Mai 4 Owens, inner sentinel, Mae Nesbit.l outer sentinel; manager three yeaif term, Belle Love; musician, LucilleF Owens, camp physician. ThomasV McMahon and E. H. Phillips, nian-i agers holding over, Maude Smith I and Clara Becker. Installation o t } officers will be held the first meeting in January at the C. D. of A. hall. SHE'LL BE LOOKING FOR YOU! Of course she's expecting a gift next Monday -- and if you're going to "make It a day" -- you'll surely have to "take In" the Christmas MonoKy Night, Dec. 25-- *Ae Forty-second Annual, sponsored by Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen MASON CITY ARMORY fl We Are OPEN TONIGHT and every night till Christmas Until 9 p. m. kvoo wky . wfcap kpru woai ktba ktha Rites for Miller, 73, Held in Chapin Church CHAPIN, Dec. 18.--Jacoo Miller, who had been a resident of this community for the past 40 years, died Friday at the county farm near Geneva from heart disease. The last few years Mr. Miller was employed at the George Pltser farm near Hampton, but previous to that had made his home in and near Chapin. Mr. Miller, 73, had no relatives in this country. He came from Germany. Funeral services were held at the Chapin Methodist church Saturday afternoon in charge of the Hev. A. R. Grant. Burial wns made In the Chapin Wayaide cemetery. Elected nt Bristoiv. BRISTOW, Dec. 18.--The Eastern Star elected: W. M., Mrs. Mae Surfus; W. P., G. E. Wells; A. M., Mrs. Eva Burrows; secretary, Laura Searle; treasurer, Mrs. Eva Barlow; conductress, Mrs. Carolyn Sler/eld; Associate . Conductress, Maude Slakie, wsoc MOUNTAIN-- koi kdyl kglr kghl PACIFIC COAST-- kgo kfl kgw komo khij kfsd klar 5:30-- Thr?e X Bisters-- east; The Singing T.adj- -- repeat to wenr. 5:43 -- Lowell Thomtia-- east? Orphan Annie --repeat to mltlwcat, 6:00 -- Amos 'n' Andy -- east only. fl:15-- Baby Rose Marie-- east. 6 :30 -- Fntash and Perlmutter, Skit, 6:45 -- Mme. Frances A l d n -- to c. 7:06-- Hide Show Variety Program, 7:30 -- Paullut Choristers Program. 7:4E -- Red Davla. sketch-- bask. 8:00-- Weekly LllnatrelH Show. 8:30-- Melody Moments and Vocal. 0 :00 -- Marcel Kodrlso, Baritone. 9:30 -- Henrt Deorlng, Pianlat. 9:45-- Planned Recovery, Talk, 10:00 -- Rosy 'a Players-- east: Amos 'n 1 Anijy -- repeat for west. 11:00 -- Don Bestor and Orch. 11:30 -- Henry King and Orch. WOT-- A MF.S ( Tuesday 6:45 a. m. -- Service "Reports. 7:20 a. m. -- Iowa Items, N«w a of the Tall Corn State. 7:r,o a. m. -- Tlecltnl: Blanton Memorial Carillon, Ira. Schroeder. S a. m, -- "Little Women," Tiulh Qalvin. 10 a. m. -- Homtmflkerfl, Mrs, Henry Ness, 12 noon -- Agricultural Extension, D!r, R K. Bliss. 12:45 p. m. -- "Taking Advantage of thi Corn-HoK Dan," Dr. John Hopkins, 3:45 p. m . -- News K«vle w. ·* p. m. -- "Chemistry In Crime Detection," Dr. W. J. Teeters. RADIO TUBES TESTED FREE AT OUR STORE ORUNOW SUPER SERVICE Tho Ilrst real advances In electric refrigeration for tho homo. VANCE MUSIC CO. EVERYTHING IN MUSIC 124 North Federal Phono 798 J O I N our 1934 CHRISTMAS Savings Club Now! Buying Christmas Gifts is much more fun than "just looking" There isn't a man, woman or child who wants to be confined to "window shopping" during the Christmas season. Ex'eryone wants to be able to BUY gifts for relatives and friends. If you are short of money this year-join our 1034 Christmas Savings Club--and then by next Christmas you will have enough money to be able to give generously. Join our Club today! We have a. Class for everyone and for every purpose. Save as much or as little as yc-u wish. Costs nothing to join. We'll gladly give you full details. N O R T H W E S T S A V I N G S B A N K Mason City, Iowa

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