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January 16, 1937

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 3

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f _ _ MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 16 · 1937 THREE W m IERA SALARY PAYMENTS DROP Reduced Personnel Result of Decreased Relief Activities. UES MOINES, W--Stale Auditor C. W. Storms reported in a quarterly summary Saturday that Iowa emergency relief administration salary payments decreased $10,484.09 during the three months ending Sept. 30, 193C. The auditor's report, which said the reduction resulted mainly from reduced personnel because of decreased relief activities, listed salaries for the period as $47 - 658.4D. 12 Per Cent Decrease. During the period, the report said, the state relic£ administration spent 5759,602.60, a decrease of 12.S5 per cent from the previous quarter. Receipts during the t h r e e months were listed as $71G,6G1, but a balance carried over from the previous quarter enabled the relief organization to show a balance of 5880,909 on Oct. 1, the report said. In addition to expenditures for relief o£ the unemployed, the state relief administration granted .funds for general poor relief and medical aid to counties whose budgets for those purposes were exhausted, the report said. Salaries Largest Item. Payment of salaries was Hie largest single item in the total administrative expense, which was listed as 579,980. Ralph Kittinger, secretary of the state relief committee, received S325 a month, the largest single salary listed. \ The report was compiled by G. S. Wordcn, supervisor of state audits. lowan Is Held on Charge of Shooting Cousin, 16, in Leg WEST UNION--Art iur Kirchhoff, 32, farmer northeast of \Vestgate, was lodged in the Fayette county jail under an indictment returned by the grand jury Thursday for assault with intent to commit murder. It is alleged that he shot his cousin, Hollis Kirchhoff, 16, in the right leg Nov. 2, the bullet penetrating and lodging in the bone above the knee, then fired other shots at the car as the youth drove away. Henry Kirchhoff, father of Hollis, owns a farm in that neighborhood, and Arthur is tenant on the adjoining farm of his father, William Kirchhoff. Arthur has to drive through the yard of his cousin, Henry, to get to his own dwelling/ Cemetery Group at Luverne Names Heads LUVERNE--The annual meeting of the Cemetery association, /the largest ladies' organization of this community, was held at the community hall Thursday afternoon, with a large attendance. Mrs. H. E. Reitzke, UK. W. H. Ellis and Mrs. Eurnard Wolf were hostesses. Officers elected were, president, Mrs. F. I. Chapman; vice president, Miss Florence Tot: secretary, Mrs. W. H. Ellis, and treasurer, Mrs. L. L. Lichty. This is the twenty-fifth anniversary of the organization and tentative plans were made to celebrate the event some time this spring. Will Elect Monday. DECORAH -- The Chamber of Commerce will hold its annual election...pf officers next Monday, ^i~7iih its' r ':annual banquet to fol- · low Feb. A, in the C. K. Preus gymnasium^ at Luther college. James E. Gheen of New York City will be the speaker. Mrs. IMcKinncy Buried. DUMONT--Pallbearers for Mrs. Marion McKinuey's funeral Thursday afternoon at the United Brethren church were six Legion men, James Peterson, Carl Boeck- emcier, Walter Ahrens, Ray .Tones, Lloyd Pfaltzgraff and Leslie Pfaltzgraff. Mrs. J. R. Britcher was the soloist with Miss Jennie Anderson at the piano. Services were in charge of the Rev. E. M. Miller, a Legion man. Edgewood Directors to Offer School to Iowa Falls Women as Center T OWA FALLS -- Directors- of Edgewood school voted to offer the entire property as a gift to the women of Iowa Falls and community to be used and maintained by them as n community center for women. In doing this Edge- wocv j board feel they are carrying nut LUC wishes of its founder, Mrs. Eva Simplot, whose desire it was that the building sholud always be used by the women of Iowa Falls and vicinity. The property consists of Edgewood school building, two residences and a large tract of ground abutting on River street and running back to the river. A mass meeting has been arranged to be held at Edgewood Place on Wednesday, Feb. 3, The women of Iowa Falls and territory have been invited. MOVIE PARADE By D. B. K. CHARLES BOYEK, MAE.LENE DIETRICH IN CECIL FILM With the Algerian desert as the background for their romantic scenes, Charles Boyer and HIar- lenc Dietrich portray the lovers in that revived opus, "The Gar' den of Allah," Mason City a/ of Allah which opened at the Cecil Saturday. F i l m e d i n technicolor "The Garden of Allah" sticks p r e t t y closely to Robert Hichciis* original story, with the ; Trappisl monk d e s e r t i n g the monastery, myr- rying D o m i n i , t h e n returning .to his monastery. DIETRICH "T h c Garden is primarily an adult picture, and will probably rank highly because of its drama, acting and setting. Joseph Schildkraut, Basil Rathuone and Tilly Losch effectively portray the chief supporting characters. Broadcasting over both the NBC anil CBS networks has n.ade Tex Hitter, radio's singing cowboy, known to . innumerable radio fans. Now he is to be scon in "Sons of the Gringo," which is coming to the Strand OVER THE WEEK-END CECIL--"The Garden of Allah" through Monday. PALACE--"The Gay Desperado" and "You Can't Get Away With It." . STRAND--"Trail Dust" and "Alibi Ike" ends Saturday. "Song- of the Gringo" anil "Girls' Dormitory" through Tuesday. STATE--"Secret Patrol" and "Don't Turn 'Em Loose" ends Saturday. "Mary of Scotland" and "Two Fisted Gentleman" through Tuesday. Officers of Lutheran Church in Miller 'Named MILLER--Members of the Norwegian Lutheran church held their annual business meeting at the church Thursday. Officers - elected were Theodore Ragness, vice president; C. O. Anderson, secretary; A. C." Halverson, treasurer; C. P. Juhl, trustee. The Ladies Aid held its r e g u l a r meeting at the same time · with Mrs. K. P. Juhl and Mrs. Sam Skox'gaard, hostesses. Union Slough Purchase Approval Is Provided T1TONKA--Mark Bacon, local president of the Conservation league, was notified by telegram from Senator Gillette that the purchase of Union slough had been approved Tuesday. Union slough ! is 4 miles west of Titonka and for the past three years sportsmen have been untiring in their efforts to have the government buy the land and transform it into a game refuge and inland lake. Will Be Buried Sunday. N E W H A M P T O N--Funeral services for Mrs. Lydia M. Dietel, 72, who died Thursday, will be held at the Methodist church here Sunday with Rev. J. S. Lilley, . pastor, officiating. Mrs. Dietel died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. S. H. Hcinmiller. Surviving is her husband, a daughter and son. Sunday as the first of a scries of tuneful westerns in which Tex is to uc starred. Second feature on the program is "Girls' Dormitory," with a cast including Simonc Simon, Herbert Marshall and Ruth Chatlerton. ! V * Tersely entitled "You Can't Get Away With It," a three-reel film dealing with the activities o£ the G-men in their fight agains 1 crime, plays through Monday at the Palace. J. Edgar Hoover, director of the federal bureau of investigation, is seen in the picture which actually goes into the Washington bureau and reveals some o the inside workings of the famcc department of crime-fighters now popularly known as the G-men. Second feature on the Palace program is "The Gay Desperado, starring Nino Martini who is ably supported by Leo Carillo and Ida Lupino. It's an amusing tale of modern Mexican banditry, actually filmcc in Sonora, Mexico. * * * History and Ibc prize I'ing arc on the hill commencing Sunday at the Slate. "Mary of Scotland," with Katharine Hcphurn and Frcdric March reviews the life of that famous nucen. In lesser roles arc Florence Eldridgc, Douglas Walton anil John Car- radinc. . ' James Dunn and .Tune Clay- worfh arc co-starred in "Two Fisietl Gentleman," the story nf a prize-fiffhter whose only fault was that his head srrew as large as his string of victories. Several of Latimer's Establishments Date to Over 40 Years Ag 'LATIMER--Several Lntime business firms have been in busi ness more than 40 years. Dohr mann's store was 40 years old 01 Oct. 6, 1936. T. P. Johnson lun been at his old stand 40 years Jan B, 1937. Since the State Bank o Latimer was established in 1897. i is now 40 years old. Among th older business men is Henry Jen sen, present manager of the Ful lerton lumber yard. Henry ha lived in Latimer since 1898 wit the exception of. 3 years and be gan work in the yard here in 189 when he went to work for the In ter-State Lumber company. In 1908 the Farmers Elevator pur chased the yard and in 1927 it wa again sold to the Fullerton Lum ber company. The Nazi censorship now ex tends to inscriptions on tomb tsones. An infraction of its ruling will constitute a grave offense.-A t l a n t a Constitution. CHARLES BOXER AND MARLENE DIETRICH IN A SCENE from "The Garden of Allah," now showing at the Cecil through BORIS KARLOFF I T Monday. The picture is photographed, entirely in natural color Lived Again,' which with ' Tuesday. A SCENE FROM "THE MAN WHO Captain Calamity" begins at the Palace FREDKIC MARCH IS SEEN with Katharine Hepburn in'one of the scenes of "Mary of Scotland," which begins Sunday at the State. Pictured at the lower left is James "Dunn, star of "Two Fisted Gentleman,''-on the same program. CATCH SLAYER OF POLICEMAN 30 Year Old Convict Free on Parole Confesses Chicago Murder. CHICAGO, W -- A dlywide manhunt for the slayer of Policeman Arthur Sullivan ended early Saturday, Capt. Daniel Gilbert said, in the arrest and confession of Joseph Schuster, 30 year old paroled convict. Captain Gilbert, chief investigator for the state's attorney's office, said Schuster admitted shooting Policeman Sullivan to death on the stairway of an elevated railroad -station as he was being taken into custody as a robbery suspect. "I didn't' want to go back to the slir, M Schuster told Captain Gilbert, the latter said. "The-co]) didn't find my gun and when 1 saw I'd have to use it to get away, 1 j u s t - l e t him have it." After the alleged confession police look the prisoner to the elevated station for a re-enactment of the slaying. Casimur Kulis, drug store clerk and only witness to the slaying, identified Schuster as the slayer, police said.,Kulis said he pointed out Schuster to Policeman Sullivan as the man who robbed him of $27. Sullivan failed to make a complete search of the robbery suspect and when they walked down the stairway he pulled a pistol from a shoulder holstei »nd shot the officer in the head Police said Schuster was paroled from Pontiac reformatory March 10,. 1934, after serving ix years and six months for the ·obbery and shooting of a bank nessengcr. Young Opens Dental Office at Latimer LATIMER--Dr. C. L. Young, formerly of Dos Momcs, Thursday opened his dental office in Lali- mcr. Dr. Young's office is located in the Dr. J. F. Martin office building. Dr. Martin has arranged the space in his office building so that Dr. Young will have a private office and laboratory. Dr. Young is a graduate of Iowa University, class of 1929, and for the last seven years practiced in Des Moines. The final proof of good citizenship is to buy some stock and then hope the government prevents another boom.--Cedar Rapids Gazette. AL MENKE Tonight ZBc and 60c--Tax Included NO DANCE SUNDAY NEW DEAL SPECIAL COUPLE DANCE DON STRICKLAND'S Orch. TUESDAY, JAN. ZG ·Inn IVr Person and N't Kxlr.l Charcc lor Table Kcservalloti. Tn A v o i d | Disappointment Make Your Reservation N'ow! RUTH CHATTERTON, FEATURED WITH S1RIONE .'SIMON and Herbert Marshall in "Girls' Dormitory," which with "Song of the Gringro," plays at (he Strand I beginning SunUa'y. Miller, Winneshiek Pioneer, Is Buried DECORAH -- Funeral services were held for Amasa Miller, 91, pioneer of Winneshiek couty, who died Wednesday night at the Decorah hospital, where he was ill but a short time. The services ,vere held in the Fjclstul funeral "lome with the Rev. O. Sandbach, ;astor of the M. E. church, officiating. Mr. Miller was first married to Miss Abby Belts, who died many years ago, leaving the following children: Mrs. Alice Brooks of Dccorah; Clarence of Frecport; Eurbin of Sioux Falls, and Lloyd Milter of Mason City. In 1808 WTr. Miller was married to Miss Emma Christopherson, who died last year. The following children survive his second marriage: Herbert of Minneapolis, Leonard and Viola, both of Dccorah. Mr. Millr cr was noted throughout the counly as an old time fiddler. He won many contests. Ladd, G-Man, to Speak at Osage Monday Night OSAGE--D. M. Ladd, famous criminal investigator" one of the "G" men of Chicago, will give an address dealing with the apprehension of criminals and the methods employed by department of justice operators at the Congregational church Monday evening. Mr. Ladd will address the high school students Monday afternoon. Mr. Ladd will be the guest of honor at the meeting of the Osage Chamber of Commerce al a 6:30 dinner Monday evening ai the Methodist church. f« ,Aaf*^ » **w ' fr ffY.A ft ' ©HtE J. EDGAR HOOVER, chieT of the G-men, appears in "You Can't Get Away With K," which opened Saturday at the Palace. Also on this program is "The Gay Desperado," starring Nino Martini. Culver Is Named to Manly School.Board MANLY -- The Manly school board held a meeting Wednesday evening. Mrs. J. H. Mtilliriex resigned as director of the board. R. A. Culver was named to fill the vacancy until spring election. North lowans to Get Record Recognition AMES--Farm m a n a g e m e n t achievement awards in recognition of having kept farm rctords for at least 10 years will be made to more than 30 Iowa fanners at Iowa State college, Feb. 9. Certificates prepared for each farmer will carry the signatures of H. H. Kildee, dean of agriculture, and H. K.'Bliss, director of the agricultural extension service. Presentation will be by Dean Kildee at a meeting during -Farm 'and Home Week. North Iowa men who will receive the awards as announced by L. G. Allbaugh, extension farm marketing specialist, arc: Harry L. Olescn, West Union; L.- A. Scharnweber, Sunnier; Philip H. Wolfe, West Union; Guy Ernst, Best Tax Collections Reported for Hancock GARNER -- County Treasurer McMillan reports 98 per cent of taxes paid, which is at Ieast2 per cent hotter t h a n ally previous year. Mr. McMillan also said that practically 'all farm taxes were paid and that only town property was delinquent. .MARSHALL' CHATTERTQN Introducing on exciling new personality, worm, rafrcshrng, vital..! S I M O N E SIMON Ends Tonite-- J[ 1Gc li " 3 "·'"·fcjJildUi Starts SUNDAY He Rides lie Romances He Fights He Sings ' TEX in "Song of The Gringo" JOE E. BROWN in "ALIBI IKE" WILLIAM BOYD in "TRAIL DUST" "ACE nitUiUMOND" and NEWS MIDNITE PREVIEW "GIRLS' DORMITORY" SUN. ijtvttttyxs^ Till .Vp.jn. j NORTH SHORE COUNTRY CLUB Saturday, Jan. 16 BOBBY GRIGGS ORCHESTRA 4()c Per Person Elgin; W. S. Hothlisberger, Elgin; Ed C. Treptow, Oclwein; W. W. Clement, Garner. C. J. Wille,, Klcmme. North lowans Win Fox Show Awards DES MOINES, (fP)--L. A. Kuyper, Pclla, was awarded the grand prize at the annual Iowa Fox and Fur Breders association show here with a silver fox pelt valued at $150. Other prize winners included: Floyd Nottger, Waterloo; Glen Stewart, Reinbcck; E. G. Mueller, Fredericksburg; Dan Meupoldcr, Pella; and W. G. Atzbaugh, Hampton. Mueller and H. O. McKim,, Burlington, won prizes for the best fur display. BEHIND THE SCENES W I T H J H E R E A L G-MEN! AVALON BALLROOM Manly, Iowa Tuesday, Jan. 19th Music by RAY ALDERSON Ladies 35c ' Gents 50c OLD TIME DANCE Thursday, Jan. 21 Music by EARL HUNT Admission 25c GALA MIDNITE SHOW TONIGHT FOUR GREAT UNITS! Chas. S'arrcll, "Secret Patrol" "DON'T TUIIN 'EM LOOSE" "Adventures of Frank Mcrriwell" James Dunn, "Two Fisted 'Gentleman" PUNCH PACKED ROMANCE? Mliffii NOW PLAYING Lore Show Soturdoy DOUBLE PROGRAM I J. Edgar H o o v e r himself in.action I -- , ALSO SHOWING Excitement! Ualighsf In Old Mexico! "THE GAY DESPERADO" Ida Lujiitiu - Nino iMartini Leo Carrilln TllK FIRST SURPRISE HIT OF THE NEW YEAR! CONGRATULATIONS TO MASON CITY'S NEW RADIO STATION--KGLO com PI.KTI: LATE SHOW TONIGHT--10 P. M. Now Showing! Thru Monday Till: H O M E O1-" M I R R O P I I O N t C SOUNI1 North Iowa's Mo*l Dcautlrul Theatre sweeps you into L o v e - L a n d ! MICKEY MOUSE CARTOON Starts Tuesday "Cannon to Right of Them, Cannon to Left of Them, Cannon in Front ir Them Volleyed and Thundered" A Salute (o Hie Gallant "COO" Who Rode "Inln thn Jaws of Death" That a Comrade Might Live, for Love! I Plus Freddie Rich His Orch. COMING SOON--"THE PLAINSMAN" COMING SOON--"CAM1LLE," "ROMEO JULIET"

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