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March 8, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 2

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TWO MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MARCH 8 1934 GROUPS NAMED IN CONCILIATION Debt Committee Members in North Iowa Announced By Ray Murray. DES MOINES, March 8. (JP-Following are the county farm debt conciliation committees appointed by State Secretary of Agriculture Ray Murray in co-operation with Governor Herring to serve in North Iowa: Allamakee--E. E. Owen, Postville; L. Moore, New Albia; Owen Pigott Waukon; Alvin Prestemoen and J. D. O'Meara, Waukon. Butler --Herman Hunt, Clarksville- Claire Wilson, Dumont; George Weinberg, Plalnfletd; W. S. Austin, Dumont; E. N. Neal, Shell Rock. day--Harvey Rowe, Sioux Rapids; Mans De Wolf and Robert Fulton, Spencer; William Louck, Everly; J. J. Ibel, Greenville. Clayton--J. S. Knight, Strawberry Point; J. L. Eno, Luana; Clare Murphy and Joel Clark, Elkader; \V. E. Kaiser, McGregor. For Cerro Gordo. Cerro Gordo --Dan Edgington Sheffield; Reuben Holmari, Rockwell; Joe Wharem, Mason City; Sam Kennedy, Clear Lake; Barney Dougherty, Dougherty. Chickasaw--Theo. Roths, Ionia; Joe Frantzen, New Hampton; William Klotz, Fredericksburg; E. E Tracy, Nashua; Anton Rosonke New Hampton. Emmet--J. J. Harker, Estherville; Nels G. Christiansen, Ring- eted; Frank · Sterner, Armstrong Henry Wobbe, Graettinger; George H. Truesdell, Estherville. Fayette--Ed Lipp, Oelwein; Sam Mosley, Elgin; George Koch, Del weta; I. F.. Wilkinson, Fayette; H C. Niemen, Sumner. Floyd -- Joe B a u g h e y , Nora Springs;. Earl Winterink, Charle, City; G. H. Galvin, Rockford; Ern est Hausberg, Charles City; H. E Schrader, Rudd. Franklin--B. C. Marts, Hampton D. J. Atkinson, Sheffield; A. L. Sav age, Geneva; Nels Ladegaard, Coul ter; John Ammann, Geneva. ' Hancock--J. J. Bonstetter, Cor with; A. L. Barker, Britt; T. R Hiehm, Garner; Virgil Cook, Good ell; John Chambers, Corwith; Elmer Brooker, Forest City. Hardin -- Wilson Hadley, N«w Providence; G. C. Kinney, Buckeye Otto Lilttschwager, Alden; Elmei Olson, Iowa Falls; Henry Gelham Steamboat Rock; I. A. Nichols Iowa Falls. Named in Howard. Howard--W. C. Sovereign, Cres- 10; Dr. E. H. Allen, Cresco; C. A Mead, Elma; John Leslie, Chester H. J. Novak, Cresco. Humboldt--Leonard Holden, Otto ilien; Abel Anderson^Rutland; ILK, t^fry, Kugirove; A. HTStoetrerair Wlllard Edwards, Humboldt,^" V: Kosfcrth--"W. ArfrMurray;: Ban croft; N. A. Smith, ; Algoba; Emij Anderson, Luverne; GotUiebVBleic] Burt; Bert Coder, Lakota; Ed Ed wards, Ottosen. Mitchell--P. G. Behrns, Orchard Eurchard Brush, Osage; Victo Fessmeyer, Riceville; J. P. Hansen Otranto; Charles Conward, Osage. Palo Alto--Lester Barringe - Ruthven; Fred Bubbling, Ayrshire William Johnson, Laurens; Sim Bin ton, West Bend; Andron Garlets Graettinger. Pocahontas--Jens T h o m p s o n Rolfe;- George Hinn, Laurens; W. S Patrick, Pocahontas; Theo. McCar tan, Pocahontas; Cless Dexter, Lau rens. Winnebago -- N. K. Anderson Thompson; Tom Hayes, Forest City John Osmundson, Thompson; Fran Murray, Buffalo Center; Ralph Ne son, Forest City. Winneshiek--E. W. Zine, Decorah Walter Frey, Calmar; S. J, Moor Cresco; Chris Schmidt, Ft Atkin son; W. S. Baker, Decorah. Worth -- Carl Granskou, Joic Hillman Gaerder, Kensett; Ca MME. STAVISKY HELD Newest sensation In the $40,000,000 municipal pawnshop scandal in France Is the arrest of Mmc. Alexandra Stavisky, widow ol the arch-swindler who committed suicide to foil arrest. Mme. Stavisky was c l o s e l y guarded by French secret police lest she meet the fate of others who are said to have "known too much." (Central Press). Jheimo, Fertile; Chester Doebel and H. B. Logeman, Manly. Wright--Hjalmar Janson, Holmes; William Wobbelking, Dows; Magnus Hansen, Goldfield; Gearhard Hanson, Eagle Grove; W. J. Hagie, Claron. Meet at Mason City. At the same time Governor Herring announced a series of meetings of boards which would be attended 3y representatives from the department of agriculture at Washington and from the federal land bank at Omaha. The consiliation boards act as arbitrators in disputes over mortgages. First of the meetings will be held at Cedar Rapids, March 12. Next n order will follow: Oelwein, March 13; Mason City, March 14; Cherokee, March 15; Council Bluffs, March 16; Des Moines, March 17; and Ottumwa, March 19. 175 TO WORK IN IOWA BREWERY Opening at Waverly Will Be in Two Weeks, States J. W. Patt. WAVERLY, March 8. UP)--The Heiberg Brewing company will open within two weeks to give employment immediately to 30 persons, J. W. Patt of Chicago, announced today. He predicted eventual employment of 175 persons and said the plant will have a 345 barrel daily capacity. Welch of Logan Is Congress Candidate in Seventh District LOGAN, March 8. OP)--William P. Welch of Logan, prominent Iowa attorney, today announced his candidacy for the democratic nomination for congressman in the seventh district. Welch outran Congressman Otha D. Wearin in the 1932 primary Tout was nosed out in a district convention when all candidates failed of a nominating majority. 40 Present at Church Conference at Osage OSAGE, March 8.--A regional church conference was attended here-Tuesday by more than 40 persons representing Baptist, Methodist, Congregational, Presbyterian and Lutheran churches. Eighteen ministers were present. There were delegates from Mason City, Riceville. Manly, Rockford, Rudd, Floyd, Charles City and St. Ansgar. The Rev. L. W. Hauler of Oelwein who was to have conducted the meeting was unable to come because o: slight injuries received in an automobile accident the day before. The Rev. R. H. Collis of Charles City presided. Rainfall in Houston, Texas in January, 1934, totaled 9.94 inches the heaviest January precipitation in 43 years. rlitler Wants More Autos for Germany BERLIN, March 8. UD--Chancelor Adolf Hitler turned a regular jo-getter auto salesman for an hour :oday, telling the nation to become as motor minded as the United States "with its 25,000,000 cars." Opening the international German automobile show, he accused the nation of backwardness in regard to cars and invoked all his spellbinding- ability in behhalf- of the German motor car Industry. Commander of Northwood Legion Post Resigns to Enter Race for Sheriff NORTHWOOD, March 8.--George W. Troth of Northwood, gave his resignation an commander of William T.- Smith post of the American Ijegipri of-thia -city -at (the regulftr meeting Tuesday evening and stated he took 'that action for the purpose of seeking the nomination aa sheriff on the republican ticket at the June-primaries. · Mr. Troth is at present district sales manager for a Council Bluffs concern and has lived in Northwood the past three years. He is married and is the father of three children. He was born at Sloan, Iowa, and has resided in the state practically all his life. He was in the service two and one-half years during the World war, more than a year of that time being spent in France. He received his honorable discharge in France and remained there an additional six months with the Red Cross organization. W. R. Christiansen, who is seeking the republican nomination as county auditor, also resigned as finance officer of the local Legion post at the meeting Tuesday evening. Telephone calls in the London area have increased from 750 to more than 1,500 a minute in the last decade. Help Kidneys A If poorly lanctionins 1 Kidneyi and 9 Bladder make you Buffer from Getting Up Nighta. Nervousness, Rheumatic _ Pains, Stiffness. Burnmff. Smarting. · Itching. crAddity try the guaranteed Doctor's PrescriptionCy«t«c(Si»s-tex) --Must fix you np or money twck. OolfKf M draggiiita. 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