The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 15, 1934 · Page 8
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March 15, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 8

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EIGHT MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE 190,550 POUNDS OF FISH BOUGHT Seining Crews Sell Carp and Buffalo to Apply on Operation Cost. SPIRIT LAKE, March. 15. UP)-Sale of 190,554 pounds of carp'and Buffalo taken by state seining crews from Storm lake and Lost Island ]ake at Ruthven during February totalled $5,410.29 to apply on cost of operations, according to · the monthly report of S. P. Baur, state fish culturist, supervisor of the fisheries division. Distribution out of Welch lake, a pike nursery in Dickinson county, included' 3,000 bullheads to Otter creek at Ashton; 9,000 hullheads to Lost Island lake; 7,000 bullheads to Swan lake at Superior; 6,000 bullheads to Lost Island lake; 11,000 nine-inch pike to West Okoboji lake and 16,500 nine-inch pike to Spirit lake, according to the report. 'From the Diamond lake nurser, 2,750 six-inch pike'were placed in West Okoboji lake. ·The Strawberry Point trout hatchery distribution report shows: 500 brook trout, 125 rainbow trout and 20 brown trout, all adults, to the Maquoketa river at Backbone -state park; 150 adult brown trout to Stone House creek at Fostyille; 150 adult brook trout in Livingsgood creek at Fostville; 200 adult brook trout in Elk creek at Greeley; 300 adult brook trout, 50 adult rainbow trout aad 75 adult brown'trout to Pederson and Buck creeks at Garnavillo and 10 rainbow and 50 brown trout, all adults, , to Canoe creek near Decorab. Man Who Met Girl in Eagle Grove Camp Is Convicted at Hastings HASTINGS, Nebr., March 15. OT --Harold Dick, 21, was convicted by a federal court jury here yesterday of violation of the Mann act. Dick was charged with transporting from Iowa to Nebraska 15 year old Louise Oliver, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.-Tom Oliver of Decatur, HI. The couple met at an Eagle Grove, Iowa, tourist camp and had been together several weeks when he was arrested here last August. He denied immoral relations with the girl, and said she walked across the Missouri river bridge at Omaha herself. The girl is illiterate and depart ment of justice agents spent consid erable time instructing her how to . write .her name before checks were 'Vet given her for witness fees She has been at ··* Lincoln institution since , C. H FACE U. S. INCOME TAX ACTION COLFLESH GIVES TALK AT BRITT andidate Urges Adherence to Principle of U. S. Constitution. BRITT, March 15.--Urging ad- erence to the principles of the con- titution, regardless of emergencies, obert W. Colflesh, republican can- date for governor, spoke at a eeting of the Commercial club. He recalled a- district Legion eeting two years ago at which he as one of the speakers. Mr. Col- esh said that in 1920-only 49-per ent of the qualified voters cast Jieir ballots and urged that all vot- rs live up to their obligations in asting their votes. Mr. Colflesh, who was introduced y Glen Clark, spoke at a general meeting to which the public was in- ited and which followed a banquet in Memorial hall. Arrive From Missouri. SHEFFIELD--Mr. and Mrs. Gid McGowan, Minden Mines, Mo., came "uesday called here by the serious Iness of the latter's mother, Mrs Bertha Cooper. Attorney-General Homer Cunirnings authorized income tax proceedings against Andrew Mellon (upper left), former secretary of the treasury: James 3. Walker (upper right), former mayor of New lork; Thomas Sidlo (lower left), Cleveland attorney; and Thomas S. Lament (lower right) of J. F. Morgan's banking house. The justice department also planned criminal proceedings against a score or more of other alleged income tax evaders. Mellon termed the action "politics of the crudest sort." (Associated Press Photos). Mrs. Klinetob Funeral Is Held at Clarksville CLARKSVILLE, March 15.--Mrs. Lillian Klinetob, 70, died at St. Luke's hospital, Cedar Rapids, aflet a ten days' illness of pleurisy and pneumonia and the* body was brought here. Funeral services wen, held at the Community church Thursday afternoon. She leaves one brother,. Louis Rogers of Flood Creek; one sister, Mrs. Roy Marquard of Clarksville and two broth- ers-in-law, John and Charles Kline tob, Mason City. Two Tickets in Field. GREENE, March 15.--Two ticke have been filed for the city electio March 20 at Greene. Mayor Ralp M. Doore heads the citizen's ticke and R. E. Kirk is for mayor on th people's ticket. Suffers Broken Leg. SHEFFIELD--Mrs. Fred Hass a patient at the Lutheran hospit in Hampton suffering from a brok en leg. Mr. and Mrs. Snell, Plymouth, Honored on Wedding Anniversary PLYMOUTH, March 15.--Mr. and Mrs. George Snell celebrated their golden wedding anniversary Monday afternoon, having open, house all afternoon and the family relatives participated in. a, 6 o'clock dinner. There were 80 who called during the afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. Snell have four children, Reynold and Charles at Plymouth, George Jr., Mason City and Mrs. Lee Ewing of Pasadena, Cal.,' and. eight grandchildren. Mr. . and Mrs. Snell are retired farmers of Cerro Gordo county. Mr. Snell is 78 and Mrs. Snell 68. There was much snow the day they were married. Candidacy Announced by Mitchell of Fort Dodge Democratic Nomination for Eighth District Post Is Sought. FORT DODGE, March 15.--John H. Mitchell of Fort Dodge today announced his candidacy for the democratic nomination for representative in congress from the eighth district. Mr. Mitchell is a state representative from Webster county In the Iowa legislature. 'He was a floor leader and chairman of several important committees in Both the regular and special sessions, and was active in the preparation of some of the most important legislation enacted in Iowa in a generation. Speeded tip Program. Mitchell was chairman o£. the committee on emergency legislation that during the regular session framed the Iowa mortgage moratorium act. This act served as a model for the Minnesota moratorium law which resulted in the upholding of such relief legislation by the United States supreme court. This* JOHN H. MITCHELL legislation was enacted by the legislature 'on the recommendation of President Roosevelt to speed his program for refinancing home and farm mortgages. Elected on a tax reduction plat- form, Mr. Mitchell was a leader in the fight for slashing of state expenses that culminated with a reduction of governmental overhead that will reach several million dol- ars. Led to Revision. He was a member of the special egislatlve committee that investigated gasoline tax refund irregu- arities under previous administra- ions and uncovered more than $200,000 of illegal payments. As a result of the committee's findings, suits have been instituted to recover the Illegally paid refunds. The probe led to the repayment of many thousand dollars without suit and the revision of the gas tax refund law in a form that it is estimated will save the state more than ?200,000 during the coming year. A believer in tax revision and in a state-controlled liquor dispensary system, Mitchell was active in the writing and passing of the new tax law and liquor control acts. As a member of the Hquor control com mittee, he insisted on legislation providing for the sale of hard liquor by state dispensaries and not fo private profit. He led the house de bate on the question. End Work March 4. AMES, March 15. UP)--Student at Iowa State college will end thei winter quarter's school v.-ork Mare 21 and will register for the sprin. MARCH 15 · 1934 -- -- ' '"""" uarter on the following Monday, March 26. Comencement exercises or those being graduated in the "inter quarter will be March 20. Wedding Anniversary, 3 Birthdays Observed by Humboldt Family HTJMBOLDT, March 15. (UP)-Lemuel Webb Morse, Humboldt's oldest living resident, celebrated his ninety-seventh birthday Thursday, but the occasion was more than the ordinary monagenarian celebration. In addition it is the forty-third wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. William Morse, at whose home Lemuel resides; it was the birthday of Mrs. William Morse^ and the birthday of- Darryll Morse, grandson of the aged pioneer. Lemuel is a survivor of a tornado which struck his home at Amboy, 111, June 3, i860, killing his mother and sister. He moved here in 1880. Synod Is Invited. CLINTON, March -15. UP)--The Iowa Lutheran conference of the Augustana synod has been invited to hold its next annual convention, April 18 to 22 at Immamiel Lutheran church here. The women's auxiliary and the Lutheran brotherhood will hold conventions simultaneously with the general body. 512,020 Spent in Wages. WAVERLT, March 15. UP)--Reports released here show-that $12,020 has been spent in CWA wages for work on the Cedar river this winter. Student Special 25--3x5 Prints and 1--8x10 Hand Painted in Oil Photograph for only $5.85 RUSSELL PHOTO STUDIO I'll. .5272 Bagloj-Bcek BIdg. In Conjunction With Our Spring Dress Sale FRIDAY We Offer New Spring. EASTER HATS Brand New Models $3.95 AND $4.95 VALUES * Newest Materials Felts - Crepes Toyo - Pedaline Newest Styles Shovel Brim Breton Sailors Off the Face Turbans BUY YOUR EASTER HAT DURING THIS WONDERFUL VALUE EVENT BENEFIT BRIDGE Sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary FKIDAY EVE., 8 P. M. V. G. AND E. AUDITORIUM Contract, Auction Five Hundred ADMISSION 25c EVERYTHING IN MUSIC SALE STARTS FRIDAY MORNING 8:30 A. M. Weeks of Campaigning in Eastern Markets Brings a Great Value Victory in This Sale of Over 300 New SPRING Words and Pictures Just Can't Do Them Justice! See These Frocks Bright and Early Friday Morning and Then You'll Know Why We're Urging You to Buy As Many As You Can Now at AND A FEW AT $17 Every Dress a 1934 Fashion, Purchased With This Great Spring Event in Mind WPP!« ves weeks ago . . . we started campaigning for this ' £SWeweS'SSSed in "just dresses/' We wanted BARGAINS in the. right kind of Dresses! The victory was ours and here's the grandest, newest, smartest-looking-co lection of dre ses that ever glorified a $6 or $12 price ticket Your wardroV needs just these types of dresses for now and later Your budget will o. k. them without question. So step lively and be here tomorrow, for even if there were a thousand, they couldn't linger long at these prices. 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