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Thursday, March 8, 1934
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MARCH 8 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE SEVEN LABOR UNREST IN U.S. GROWS Vote on Proposed Strikes in Cleveland and San Francisco. By The Associated Press Voting on proposed strikes in San Francisco and Cleveland was the highlight Thursday in widespread labor unrest. Despite government intervention, officials of a union representing 4.500 workers in the Fisher Body company's plant at Cleveland decided to proceed with a strike vote. In San Francisco, members of the International Longshoremen's association, Pacific division, were asked to vote on a proposed strike which ·would be effective March 23. The association has between 12,000 and 15,000 members. Labor disputes also flared at other points in Ohio, in Pennsylvania and several mining and textile districts of the south. Mock Hitler Trial in N. Y. Protested by German Embassy WASHINGTON, March 8. CP)--A protest was made today by the German embassy against the mock trial held in New York City last night in which Adolph Hitler, German chancellor, was found guilty of "cr'jces against civilization," but, the state department declined to interfere. Solano county, Cal., officers claim Daniel T. Valdez holds a state record for aliases. They say they know of 126 names he used. Good News for Kidney Sufferers! Here is relief that goes right into the irritated kidney and bladder organs BO quicldy, you ran mutually SEE results within a few hours. Flushes cut poisons, neutralizes burning acids, brings prompt soothing comfort- No more aching back, weak bladder, sore painful joints from lack of kidney nativity. Ask drugpst for Foloy Pills-Uke DO other. Money back cuarantct, C1933 Tired.. Nervous Wife Wins Back Pep! H ER n were raw nerves . .. _.-e soothed. She banished that "dead tired" feel- inf. Won new youthful color--restful nights, active days--all bc- rause she rid her system of bowel-doming wntes that were sapping her vitality. H« Tab- kti (N»tute'« Remedy)--the mild, safe, all- eetablelMtativc--worked the transformation. YCKciauictujw"-'- --worked Try it for constipation, biliousness, bead- IS ENTIRELY WELL SINCE SHE BEGAN THENEWGLY-CAS Mrs. McWirt Had Suffere Most of Her Life With Con stipation, and Indigestion Could Find Nothing to Hel Her Until She Tried Ne Herbal Remedy. Hundreds upon hundreds of ME son City residents and people of th entire section are now enjoying goo and glorious health after a sho treatment of this new herbal Gly Cas. Many who had never befor been given any actual relief by an SHE'S VOYAGER Sailing on the S. S. Rex for sunny Italy, Mrs. William Howard Tiift, widow of the lute president of the United States, posed on the deck of the liner. Above she is shown in one of her rare appearances before the news cameramen. ( C e n t r a l Press). 2,000 Vacancies in Iowa's CCC Camps at End of March DBS M01NES, March S.' W)-..'here will be approximately 2,000 'acancies in the 27 Iowa civilian :onservation corps companies at the :nd of the current six month enroll nent period March 31. Lieut. R. M Costigan, army and CCC recruiting ifficer, said today. Of this number _97 will be in the two companie nade up of veterans of the work war. Only Iowa men will be eligi )le for the vacancies, Lieutenan tostigan asserted. A fresco painting, covering 1.50C quare feet of surface, will adorn a wall in the Mission church in Santa Clara, Cal. PERMANENTS! Modern equipment and experienced operators Sampoo and Finger Wave 73c Marcel 50c Finger Wave, thoroughly dried 50c Operators--Marie Murray and Gladys Keineke Cerro Gordo Beauty Stop Phone 3308 8 N. Washington RULES ON LOANS ARE LIBERALIZED Hove Will Mean Increased Payrolls in Western Industries. DUBUQUE, March 8. (/PJ--iiber- lization of regulations which will crmit western industries to obtain oans for the development of busi- ess and which will mean increased ayroll in many plants, was an- ounced today by officials of the ubuque Chamber of Commerce vho conferred with George J. Schaler, governor of the Federal Reserve ank for the district o£ Chicago yes- erday. The Dubuque men also conferred with F. D. Gallagher, manager of tie Reconstruction Finance corpor- .tion's loan agency at Chicago. The Chicago office has recom- ncndcd several loans, Gallagher aid, but the R. F. C. offices at Washington had approved none of hem. He added, however, that it vas his thought that failure on the iart of the Washington R. F. C. to .pprove the applications was due to the fact that intermediate credit janks, through which such loans vill be made, would be established :oon. Governor Schaller declared that he had just returned from a conference at Washington on the estab- ishment of the intermediate banks and added that he expected the anks to be functioning within two weeks. The purpose of these intermediate banks, he said, was to provide working capital for established ndustrial or commercial businessess with sufficient unincumbered assets and prospects to justify loans maturing in thre to five years instead ot six months or a year, the customary term when thp loan is made by a commercial bank. Clear Lake Globe-Gazette I. 0. 0. F. Dancing Club Holds Hard-time Party CLEAR LAKE, March 8.--About _.0 couples attended the hard time dance of the I. O. F. Dancing club at the I- 0. 0. F. hall Wednesday night. The best costumes were worn by Dean Heltman and Leo Elting. Refreshments were served and Card's orchestra furnished the music. 20,000 Crows to Die as "Public Enemies" CHICAGO, March 8. (/H--Some 20,000 crows were ordered executed by Peter Thosulos, game warden, as "public enemies." "Shoot to kill," he ordered a corps of volunteers on the far south side, "and don't wait to see the whites of their,' . ... . ; , ; - · · · - · The crows were accused of lying in wait to attack farmers' crops as soon as the farmers have any crops to attack. HELEN HENDRICKS News Editor Residence PhonejlO-W RITES HELD FOR MRS, W. HYDE Had Lived in Clear Lake Vicinity for 50 Years. CLEAR LAKE, March 8.--Funeral services for Mrs. W. W. Hyde, 79, were held Wednesday afternoon at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Myrtle Alder, east of Clear Lake. The Rev. B. W. Rmer, pastor of the Methodist church, officiated. Mrs. A. H. Runcie and Mrs. D. E. Kenyon sang several numbers. Mrs. Hyde was ill several years prior to her death, which occurred at her daughter's home, Mrs. Myrtle Alder, with whom she had been living the past two weeks. Before that she lived at her home here alone. Margaret B. Benson was born Oct. 13, 1854, in Sylvester Green county, Wis. She was educated in the public schools of her community, teaching school until her marriage. She was married to W. W. Hyde on July 29, 1873, and moved to Monticello where they remained one and one-half years. They lived in Fayette, Iowa, for 10 years and 50 years ago this month they came to Clear Lake, settling on the Wesley McGrady farm just east of Clear Lake. Five years later they moved to Lincoln township where they lived three years and later coming in town in 1889. She is survived by her son, Samuel R. Hyde, and daughter, Mrs Myrtle Alder, both of Clear Lake; two grandsons, Dr. Elton Alder Forest City, and Lynn C. Hyde Clear Lake, and a sister, Mrs. Mary Loveland, Parker, S. Dak., and three great grandchildren. Pallbearers were Sol Ott, D. H Culver, Oluf T. Hansen, I. J. Diggs Frank A. Rich and J. C. Daven port. Burial was made hi the loca cemetery. f. the couple attended the dinner and program at the city hall. All of "r and Mrs. Hansen's children were resent at the affair, including Mr. nd Mrs. Nels Johnson and eight lildren of Rudd; Mr. and Mrs. John etersen of Clear Lake; Mr. and drs. Ray Remeyer and daughter, Evelyn, of Mason City; Mr.. and tlrs. C. A. Hansen and daughter, itarjorie, of Mason City; Mr. and tfrs. A. E. Smith of Mason City; rlr.'and Mrs. Harold Foster and aughter and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hansen and three children, Clear Lake. The affair was planned and car- Floyd Near at Time of Dillinger. Break TOLEDO, March 8. (.T)--William Bierwirth, Lucas county deputy sheriff, said today he had .authentic information that Charles (Pretty Boy) Floyd, notorious outlaw, was in Toledo last week about the time John Dillinger escaped from the Crown Point, Ind., jail. GLASSES . . . that fit your vision at PRICES . . . that fit your purse Livergood Bros. Mason City MRS. VIVIAN McWERT other medicine or treatment. And never a day goes by but that someone stops into the Michael Drug Co., 5 So. Federal Ave., to tell them how wonderful Gly-Cas has acted in reaching their stubborn or severe case. Read what Mrs. Vivian Mc- Wirt, respected lady of this vicinity said recently to the Gly-Cas Man: "I am really anxious to tell other people about a medicine as wonderful as this new Gly-Cas," she said. "Most of my life I had been constipated, suffered greatly from bloating and gas. Regardless of what I ate It would cause me suffering afterwards, and I went on this way for years before I found Gly-Cas. Everything I tried before was th; same story, other medicines couldn't get to the source of my trouble. But Gly-Cas was different for now I f »f.l I am entirely well, bowels regular, eat and sleep good, and no iiio/e heart palpitation or gas formations. It is a grand feeling to be able to sit down to a meal, able to eat anything put before me without any fear of that awful suffering afterwards. I hope all similar sufferers will not hesitate to try this new Gly-Cas, for it gives just the results hundreds are looking for." Gly-Cas is sold by Michael Drug Co., 5 South Federal Ave., Mason City, Iowa. Lime women can NOW express their INDIVIDUALITY · junior misses come to Miller- Jones I Here they find variety of smart shoes the heels 'mothers think best" for growing girls. They are as trim, as a racing yacht! Cleverly fashioned of soft tan. Elk. ·anky to the "nth degree!" Brown Cape Seal with brown. Calfskin. SUHchrr Tops, hiulc'i. - Plttr · 95c TT /"\ O T "C "D V'""' sllk Siorklns" wltli " JCL W O 1 H JX 1 Knjhliinfd t" fit. Vopulnt sh MILLER-JONES G O O D S H O E S F O R A L L T H E F A M I L Y CLEAR LAKE BRIEFS 19 SOUTH FEDERAL \V. F. DUDEK, Mgr. Dance Clear Lake Country Club Sat., Sun., March 10, 11. Each 40c Mr. and Mrs. Charley McGowan and daughter, Neva, went to Du buque Thursday to attend the fu neral of J. L. Crawford, who wa killed in a train wreck near Du buque Tuesday. Mr. Crawford is cousin of Mr. McGowan. I am only responsible for bill contracted by-my^eU; Jo.e Coniiear Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Green returne to their home at Willow Inn on th north shore after.spending the pas 10 days with friends and relative at Chicago, Detroit and South Bend Ind. Miss Avalyne Hayes entertaine members of the Sunday school clas taught by Mrs. F. A. Rich at he home Saturday afternoon. Refresh ments were served by Miss Hayes Vivian Coyier and Maxine Fox Janette Wilson will be hostess thi week Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hayden, De Moines, have returned to their horn after spending several days in Clea Lake with relatives at the T. King home, East Main street. The Lions club met for roun table discussion of various projecl at the Lions cafe Wednesday noon. Mrs. George Gerk and son, Georg Jr., returned Wednesday from a bus iness trip to Waterloo. They als visited Mrs. Gerk'9 sister, Mrs. V Staebel and brother, Paul Nuebei. J. G. Lindon, Jr., of Lincoln, Nebr is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mr J. G. Lindon, North Fourth stree Mrs. Nellie Watts accompanie her grandson, Dick Watts to h home at St. Paul this week-end r turning to her home Wednesda She returned with Mr. and Mrs. To Gates, St. Paul, who spent a da h-ere and went on to Waterloo. Mrs. Ed Norquist, Mason City, was a houseguest Tuesday and Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. George Kabrick, Crane street. Miss Barbara Ott was to leave Thursday for Northfield, Minn., where she has accepted a position as librarian in the Carleton college. D. D. Monlux, deputy custodian of Algona, inspected the chapter of the Bethel chapter of the Royal Arch Masons Wednesday night at the Masonic temple. Members of the chapter from Garner were also in attendance. No. 239 OFFICE PHONE Wedding of 50 Years Is Celebrated fir. and Mrs. Claus Hansen Came to America on Wedding Trip. CLEAR LAKE, March 8.--Mr. id Mrs. Claus Hansen, North Oak .reet were surprised by a. celebra- on held in their honor Wednesday the occasion of their golden wed- ,ng anniversary. About 150 friends and relatives ried out by Mr. and Mrs. Peter A-xelson, Mr. and Mrs. John Eliasen, Mr. and Mrs. George Petersen of Clear Lake and Mr. Jind Mrs. John Rasmussen, Mason City. Mrs. Hansen, nee Helen C. Hansen and Mr. Hansen were married March 7, 1884 in Lolland, Denmark, loming to America on their wedding rip. They settled here in Clear ^ake, where they have since resided. For a number of years Mr. Hansen vorked for J. B. Lindon feeding cattle and also worked 29 years for :erro Gordo county on the roads. A number of talks were given and musical numbers presented dur- ng the evening. The friends presented the couple a purse of money. 3 CANDIDATES ARE ANNOUNCED Johannessen Out at Large; Petersen and King in Precinct Vote. CLEAR LAKE, March 8.--Three men announced their candidacy this morning for city offices on the city ticket, March 26 election. Carl Johannesen, local dairyman, is out for re-election as councilman- at-large. With his candidacy the entire group of the city fathers with the exception of Mayor W. H. Ward, are running for reelection. Johanneson has lived in Clear Lake for 29 years a»d is serving his first term of office at the present time. He is affiliated with the Modern Woodman 'and Odd Fellows lodges. Others running in this field are Dr. A. A. Joslyn, Ernest Andersen and Ray Kruggel. Anton Petersen, 609 South Fourth street, has made competition keen in second ward with his announcement for councilman in this ward. He opposes Frank Trager, W. H. Dickirson and William Scherf. Ht Is a contractor by trade and has lived here since 1914 and is affiliated with the Danish brotherhood. T. L. King, 501 East Main street, an insurance man, also announced himself as a candidate for alderman in the third ward. He opposes George Grimm, now serving aa councilman-at-large, and Clyde N. Wright, who is running for re-election. He has lived here 24 years. Dr. A. B. Phillips, candidate for mayor, has no competition. C. E. Wells opposed F. C. LEE DEW1GGINS Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 67 j LlEllNIORS" PLAY IN MEET North Iowa High Schools Enter Tourney at Forest City. CLEAR LAKE, March S.--Clear Lake juniors will meat Forest City preps in their first encounter at the Junior High basketball tournament at Forest City at 4 o'clock Friday afternoon. All schools in the North Iowa conference except Northwood will enter their teams. A trophy will be given the team winning the tourney. Superintendent Peterson of Crystal Lake will be the official. Britt and Buffalo Center will play at 7:30 Friday evening and Gamer and Lake Mills at 8:30. Winners of the Britt-Buffalo Center game will meet Belmond which drew a bye In the first round, at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon. Winners of the Clear Lake-Forest City tilt will meet the winners of the Garner-Lake Mills game at 3 o'clock. Saturday afternoon. The championship game is scheduled for 8:30 and the consolation at ":30 Saturday night. Coach Roy Crabtree or Forest Motorcycle Officer Shot in Bank Holdup Is Holding His Own SIOUX FALLS, March 8. UB-- Motorcycle officer Hale Keith, shot four times Tuesday during the ?48,000 robbery of the Security National bank here, was reported "holding his own" today as offlcerB continued their hunt for clews to the identity of the six machine-gun bandits. Slight improvement was reported yesterday after a blood transfusion although his condition still is critical. Real Estate Transfers City is sponsoring the tourney. The local lineup includes Huey, center- Rutan, Thompson or Fistler, forwards; Whitney, Phillippe, guards; Lewis and Mullarcky, substitutes. Grant's 4-H Girls Plan Day Meeting CLEAR LAKE, March 8.--The Grant 4-H club Willing Workers will hold an all-day meeting Saturday at the home of Miss Evelyn Peterson, north of Clear Lake. A lunch will be served at noon and the pro- Tarn includes a talk and demonstration 'on shoes by Muriel Orcutt and Evelyn Peterson. The roll call feature is jokes. Mrs. W. N. Hill will ·-ive a report of the training school. Ingnam. Muscatine Lawyer, Kills Self MUSCATINE, March 8. #--Ed P Ingham 57, practicing attorney iri Muscatine for about 35 years, committed, suicide at his home, 126 East Second street, shortly after 11 o'clock this morning. Death was instantaneous when he fired a 410 shotgun shell directly into his heart. Intense pain suffered during the past week from a sciatic nerve ailment and worry over his inability to appear in court to take care of a pending law action was blamed for his action by Dr. W. S. Norton, coroner. Robertson, J. M., sheriff, to the Travelers' Insurance company, $13,584.41. SE 18-94-19. March 5, 1934. Robertson, J. M., sheriff, to the Travelers' Insurance company, ?13,421.35. NW 21-97-22. March 5, 1934. Myers, Electia N. and husband, to Merl T. Burns, $187.50. Lot 112, Hoyt's first addition, City of Mason City. March 1, 1934. Lichtenberger, Blanche and husband, to Grace Baxter and husband, «. Q. C. D. lot 23, block 1, Home Park addition. Mason City, signed May 8, 1933; May 5, 1933; June 10, 1933. Robertson, J. M., sheriff, to F. G Root, trustee and Lovelia H. Morrison, $4,990.45 .NE SW 36-97-22 March 7, 1934. Robertson, J. M., sheriff, to Guaranteed Mortgage company, $3,835.11. W. 50 feet of E. 115 feet lot 8 and W. 50 feet of E. 115 feet of S 27.5 feet lot 5, all in black 55, Pau Felt's plat, Mason City, including adjacent vacated streets and alleys Feb. 28, 1934. Board of Trustees for Drainage district No. 87, Cerro Gordo county Iowa, to Sam Kennedy WVs SW i. and WW, NW SW 29-96-21, 2-27-34 Theesfeld, Benjamin H., to Me morial Park Cemetery and Mauso leum company of Iowa ?1, QCD lo 89 Section Lawn, Memorial Park cemetery, 3-6-34. WINTER'S HANGOVER' A STUFFY HEAD robs you of sleep ...spoils your dty. To clear your bead quickly, use the convenient new VlCKS NoseThroal DROPS QUALITY Be Smart and Thrifty! Get the MOST In Dry Cleaning for Your Money ^·Jlll'frc Cleaned HKn OUll'O * \ re»)t«J fl tJv* Dresses /'ESSU 75c up FHONE 788 OK 789 Student Special 25--3x5 Prints and I--8xlt) Hand I'nlntoil in Oil Photograph for only $5.85 RUSSELL PHOTO STUDIO Ph. 2273 Bagley-Bcck Bldg. Iverson Opens Shop. OSAGE, March 8.--Ingwald Iverson, a local cabinetmaker, has opened a shop in the Roberts building on Main street. Joe Hiner, who is in temporary quarters there since the recent fire which destroyed his barber shop, has begun preparations to rebuild his shop. CuticwaOintaienl Soothes and neals Glory soon passes and tourists in Washington 50 years from now won't know which bronze professor saved us.--Kessinger's Eevlew. Political Announcements Anton Petersen Sooth Fourth Street, Wear Lake, Iowa Candidate for Councilman FROM SECOND WABD FIVE GOVERNORS AGREETO ATTEND Midwest State Executives to Meet at Des Moines on Saturday. DES MOINES, March S. MB-Governors of five states have advised Governor Herring they will attend a conference on agricultural problems here Saturday, the Iowa executive said today. Those who have said they will come include Governor Olson of Minnesota, who called the conference; Berry of South Dakota: Schmedeman of Wisconsin; Park of Missouri, and Bryan of Nebraska. Indiana probably will be represented by its lieutenant governor. Wyoming and North Dakota chief executives have advised Governor Herring they will not be represented. The remaining six state wrecu- i tires invited have not replied. DeBruyn in the first ward vote. Lake Auxiliary Wins Membership Contest CLEAR LAKE, March 8.--Mrs. L. E. Ashland and Mrs. Lyle C. Stunkard gave a report of the president's and secretary's conference at Des Moines in February before members of the Legion auxiliary Wednesday night at the clubrooms. Clear Lake unit was awarded the S5 prize for membership drive in the Fourth district with 26 paid up memberships. The finance committee including Mrs. Jens Wind, Mrs. Creger and Mrs. A. B. Phillips served refreshments. Mrs. Burt Ballard read a paper on community service, the topic Tor study during this month. Carl Johannessen CUSAK I.AKE, IOWA Candidate for Re-Election as Councilman-at-Large T. 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