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March 13, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 9

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MARCH 13 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE NINE JUNIOR CHAMBER HEARS COLLEGE PAIR IN DEBATE President Leo M. Sweesy Announces Committees for Year. An Interesting and analytical exit.-^ position of various phases of the I * 4 proposition, "Resolved, that the It;\presidential powers should be sub- It ^Tstantially increased as a perman- j. ent policy," with Dick Stevens and Harry Schulman, junior college debating stars, arguing the affirmative and negative, respectively, .V headed the program at the Junior Chamber of Commerce meeting at : the Hanford hotel Monday evening. " ''lljlie debate was not judged in ac- i Vlance with any regulations but "J. iiion seemed to be well divided '/'/to a decision. /Another feature was music from /fhe operetta. "Naughty Marietta" 'recently given at the high school. : They Had Leads. I Madalynne Powell and Roger ·' Downing, who played the leads in f' the high school presentation, sang (' "Sweet Mystery of Life" as a duet, i; after -which Miss" Powell sang '·' "Naughty Marietta." "I'm Falling in ' Love," a solo by Mr. Downing, ; ( closed the musical program. Dean S. L. Rugland of the junior college was in charge of the entertainment. President Leo M. Sweesy announced the committees for the iyear. emphasizing the value and 'mutual benefits to be derived from co-operation with the 4-H club. A joint committee composed of mem- ·bers of both the Junior Chamber ,and the 4-H club will be selected Jsoon, he said. .: Committees Named. !'. Committees for 1934 are: 'JL Attendance: Merrill Parks, chair- j'man, Harold Sykes, W. C. Tracy, L. 3 A. Baken. W. O. Patton, Oliver f,Meyer, and J. S. Bobier and Sydney 1 ^ildren. 'jrosram: S. L. Rugland. (Editors: Jack Winkler and Mier ! CWA WORKERS KILLED IN CAVEIN jiiuinmii. .- /House: Jack Murray, chairman. | i .Hilton Decker and Dr. C. R. Mcsser. J i Convention: Robert Stoyles, : : chairman. Jay Tubbesing and /Charles Cornwell. : 4-H: H. W. Girton, chairman, | .?· Clinton Lamb and E. O. Deency. :. Bowling: B. S. Youngerman, ·f-shairman, Fay E. O'Neil and M. J. -falser. Golf: Don Bushgens, chairman, 'llf.- L. Chandler and Charles Holt- finger. ,,Jl,Christmas decorating: Dr. Don SUilzGerald, chairman, A. C. Eppe- Y?e,j Dr -G- E. Harrison, Paul Hull, jjjsf-irvThorUy acd M. F. Miller. 11 Tickets Are Filed for Corwith Offices CORWITH, March 14.--Two nomination tickets for town officers to -; i be elected March 26 have been filed. jli?The Peoples ticket, filed Friday, i S consists of the present officers, with "the exception of mayor. Albert f '- Skilly, present mayor, will not seek iNtjj-election. C. C. Johnson is on the rjfcket for mayor; Lewis Larsen, I (treasurer; Fred J. Bush, assessor, nd five councilmen, C. B. Grey, G. I /IT. Oxley, B. A. Ross, Fay Scace l/jn-l W. R. Sutcliffc. The other Tifcket, filed Saturday, has Shelby I'.lftevens for mayor; Lewis Larsen, treasurer; Fred J. Bush, assessor fmd councilmen, C. C. Johnson, W. ' 3 Kirchgatter, Arthur Larson, L. !§-. Schmidt and W. R. Sutcliffe. Visitor From Waterloo. OTRANTO--Bertha von Bergen ·f Cedar Falls and Kathryn Sim ol iVaterloo spent Saturday night with Jome folks. **· Speaking of Pharaoh's curse, have |ou noticed the deaths since John '-'""Jfrleycorn's tomb was opened?-- fvenport Times. Slides of soft earth hampered rescue crews seeking to save Oklahoma City CWA workers entombed by a cavein in an 18 foot sewer ditch. Two workers were killed in the accident. A view of the rescue scene is shown above. (Associated Press Photo). POSTPONE CORN HOG MEASURING Contract Signers Allowed to Take Advantage of Field Weather. In order to allow corn-hog contract signers to take advantage of the favorable weather and get into their fields as soon as possible, it was decided Monday at a meeting of the board of the Corn-hog Control association to postpone the measuring of contracted acreage until all appraisals have been completed. This policy will speed up the entire program by about two weeks, according to County Agent Marion E. Olson. However, each farmer who has signed a corn-hog contract is urged by J. D. Richards, county chairman of the association, to measure his own contracted acreage, and, in doing so, to take into account only the cultivated land, disregarding fence rows, grass and turn rows. Each signer will soon receive a copy of the completed contract which is now in preparation, County Agent Olson said. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Knudsoii returned Monday night from a trip to Burlington and Quincy, HI., Mrs. Knudson remaining in Burlington to visit her sister, while Mr. Knudson attended an Iowa, Missouri and Illinois zone meeting on the graphic arts code at Quincy. He stated an Iowa meeting had been set in Des moines Friday for organizing the regional setup. All commercial printers in the state have been invited to attend this meeting. FORMER KAISER MAY 60 HOME Family Conference Held at German Ex-Ruler's Castle in Holland. DOORN, Holland, March 13. UP)-Former Kaiser Wilhelm may return to Germany as the result of a Ho- henzollern family council held in his castle here today. The former emporer of Germany, his wife, Princess Hermine, the kaiser's two sons, the princes Bitel Frederick and Augustus Wilhelm. and several generals including von Steulpnagel joined in the conference. Financial Diffieultle*. It is understood that the council considered the financial difficulties facing the royal family as a result of the Hitler government's ban on he export of moneys from Germany unless this cash is exchanged for joods. The Hohenzolierns hitherto have derived their incomes from various sources in Germany. It was reported that the Hitler government is unwilling to make an exception in the case of the former kaiser in its ban on money exports. Return Not Precluded. Circles close to the Doom house- told stated that the possibility o. the kaiser's return to his native land was not precluded under the circumstances. (Earlier in the day, m Berlin, Baron von Sell, chief Hohenzollern agent, stated that no reunion o£ the Hohenzollern family was planned m Doom, dismissing reports of such a conference as pure fabrications) Farmer Indicted for Bradley Attack Held LE MARS, March 13. /P--Hcnrj Lang, last of a group of fanners in dieted for assault on Judge C. C Bradley last spring and the only one who escaped arrest, was arrested last night in Sioux City by Sheriff R. E. Rippey. He was held m the county jail. ^_ Mussolini wiped out gangsters, but he didn't have to argue until 11 other men agreed.--Wisconsin State Journal. WHEN YOL'R RADIO WON'T CO PHONE SEVEN-0 Little Rad'o Laboratory S3 l»t ST. S. E. Miniature Prairie Fire Fought Near Brick, Tile Plant A miniture prairie fire started about 4 o'clock Monday afternoon icar the Mason City Brick and Tile olant on Fourth street southwest. Tiremen had little difficulty with he fire, however, except to keep it rom reaching a number of boxcars n a siding near the plant. Engine wo was taken to the fire and the gnition went down on it on the re- .urn trip. The car was at the garage Tuesday for repairs. APPRlPRlAtTON BILL TO HOUSE Measure Continues Pay Cut; Reports Restaurant Making Profit. WASHINGTON, March 13. (.T)-The next to last regular appropriation bill to provide 517,448,093 to jay the salaries, travel allowances, clerk hire and other expenses of congress was presented to the house ;oday by its appropriations com mittee. The measure would increase from two to four the number of representatives to attend members' funerals and increase from $8,000 to $20,000 :he amount for getting copies of members' speeches ready for mailing, on account of election year. Pay Cut Continued. The members' pay cut would be continued. Only enough was appro- priated to pay them 90 per csnt of their basic $10,000 a year salaries. Embodied in the committee's report was- high praise for Chairman Warren (democrat, N. Car.) whose accounts committee has turned the house restaurant from a losing into a profit making business. Warren, testifying before the committee, said that for the first three weeks after 3.2 beer became legal, that beverage helped the restaurant's deficit. But he added: "That is practically negligible now. It was a fad then." Increase Allowance. Because of additional correspondence resulting from the emergency recovery program, the committee voted to increase each member's stationery allowance from ?90 to $125 a session. If a member uses more than that, he has to pay for it. ' Among other items in the bill: Salaries for house members and delegates, $3,964,500; mileage, $131,250; speaker's office, $18,126; sergeant-at-arms' office, $30,534; doorkeeper's office, $231,750 (that includes pages' pay); clerk hire for house members, $1,980,000; speaker's automobile, $4,000; capitol police, $100,106; legislative counsel, $4,000; capitol architect, $1,674,793; botanic garden, $111,595; library of congress, $2,094,019: government printing office, $3,181,612. Ford Plant Restores Its $5 Minimum Wage DETSOIT, March 13. (.Tl--The Ford Motor company today announced that the $5 a day minimum wage has been restored for all of its employes. 161,000 IN IOWA SIGN CONTRACTS Figure Represents About 93 Per Cent of Eligible Farmers. AMES, March 13. GW--Iowa fanners have signed a total of 161,-, 000 corn-hog contracts with the signup nearly complete, Paul C. Taff, assistant extension service director at Iowa State college, estimated today. This signup represents about 93 per cent of the eligible farmers. Reports from various counties indicated Kossuth with 31,000 contracts would top the liflt. The ten high ranking counties included Crawford 2,300; Fayette 2,010; Harrison 2,173; Jasper 2,170; Linn 2,150; Plymouth 2,070; Sioux 2,226; Story 2,050; Woodbury 2,400. Nearly 87,000 fanners thus far have attended township meetings and elected permanent officers, the report from Taff said. and Mrs. L. Kruggel and Mr. and Mrs. Van der Linch of Swaledalc. Mr. Miller has made his home with his son Henry here the last 32 years. Celebrates 90th Birthday. ROCKWELL, March 14.--A number of friends called on P. F. Miller to help celebrate his ninetieth birthday. Out of town guests were Mr. GENUINE ALEMITE-ING Bieth-Johnson Auto Service 124 S. Delaware Phone 765 ADAMS DRUG CO. WATCH OUR SEVEN WINDOWS WEDNESDAY'S SPECIALS A complete line of Feminine Hygiene; Valesse Vaginal Douche, 69c; Paragon Fountain Syringe, 49c; Paragon Hot Water Bottle, 49c; Paragon Hot Water Bottle with Syringe Attachments, 79c; Wonder- soft Kotex, 15c; Modess-America's Luxury Napkin, 15c; 50 Dennison's Baby Pads, 25c. Cash Registers SUPPLIES . . . REPAIRS Cash Register Sales and Service Thonc 1742 QUALITY Be Smart and Thrifty! Get the MOST In Dry Cleaning for Your Money Cleaned Dresses /KSU 75c PHONE 788 OR 789 *]rjJ}a]U Swift THE FIRST TEN MILES are the hardest From the moment your foot steps into-STETSON SHOES you walk easily, freely and tirelessly. Do step in tomorrow and try a pair on. L A I R D ' C 14 E. State St. *^ Where Shoes Are Really Fitted . j|A thrifty American is merely one ! |io keeps' so busy making it that ·ii'.-i hasn't time to spend it.--Du- llj lj|que Telegraph-Herald. It'" " AGAIN 'PENNEY SCORES WITH HUNDREDS AND HUNDREDS OF DRESS FOB YOUR OLD CAR NO WAITING--NO DELAY Lapiner Motor Co. Band Instruments Hundreds of bands -- school, municipal, industrial, fraternal, s c o u t and juvenile---owe t h e i r beginning and successful development to the Conn Organizing and Teaching Plan. Exclusive Con Dealer for Mason City VANCE MUSIC CO EVERYTHING IN MUSIC Plaids, Prints Jackets, Lingerie touches! These Dresses Go On Sale Thursday, Friday and Saturday Do you remember last year? Well, again we put it up to our buyers to comb the markets for outstanding dresses to sell for five dollars. They far exceeded our expectations. See our windows--visit our store--be agreeably surprised. They include-Bright prints and solid colors! Many soft pastel shades as well as navy, black, and brown. Youthful styles, every one, with dashing touches of plaid, sheer white frills and bibs, and jackets in varying lengths. SIZES 14 TO 52 JaCrPENNEYCOL INC- 20-24 South Federal Avc. Peimey's Suit Scoop To Start the Season Off With a Bang! Thursday Friday and afurday We are offering 100 suits for this special three- day selling event, which have just arrived in response to the following letter: J. C. Penney Co., New York, N. Y. Gentlemen: Ship 100 men's suits in regulars, young men's, slims and stouts. Assorted darks, mediums and light. They must be outstanding S17.50 values for a three day selling event. 0. A. SATTER, Manager. And believe us, they are outstanding values. Come in and try one on--no obligation to buy. If you wish you may buy on "Lay-away"--$2.50 will hold any suit. P E N N E Y 20-24 SOUTH FEDERAL AVE. I IV C

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