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March 22, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 6

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SIX MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MARCH 22 1934 CLARION WINS 3 DECLAM FIRSTS Seven Towns Participate in County Meet for Senior, Junior Highs. CLARION, March 22.--Clarion won three firsts, two seconds and one third in a series of county declamatory contests, held in Rowan, Belmond and Clarion. Towns participating were Belmond, Clarion, Cows, Eagle Grove, Goldfiekl, Woolstock and Rowan. The contest was divided into two groups: Only the firsts in junior high schools in the.county were eligible in one, while only those rank- Ing second in the senior high schools were qualified to take part in the Other. At Rowan the following three placed highest in order in the senior high dramatic contest: Luville Lineweaver, Eagle Grove; Margaret Schumpp, Clarion; Clarice Robinson, Goldfield. In the junior high humorous contest, also held in Rowan, winners were Billy McGahey, Clarion; Douglas Klemme, Belmond; Judith Drury, Dows. In Clarion Tuesday night the high school oratorical winners were Kussell Stark, Clarion; Constance Mokleburst. Junior high school dramatic winners were: Adene Fitts, Belmond; Dorothy Swanger, Clarion. The senior high school humorous and the junior high school oratorical contests took place in Belmond Tuesday night. Audrey Wood, Clarion's oratorical representative, won first; Mary Tourtelotte, humorous speaker from Clarion, held third place. Mother Dies at Freeborn. KEBSTER, Minn., March 22.-Mrs. Norbert Hintz received word Tuesday night of the sudden death from heart disease of Mrs. H. Christiansen, her mother, near Freebom. Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon. She is survived by her husband and a family of children. ~ 3 SMART NEW HATS that will make your Easter a Success $995 $595 With Easter less than two weeks away, you should make your selections now while our collection is complete. New Straws--Fabrics--Felts Every Leading Hat Fashion is Represented. ,-'Shop Early! r Another Shipment of New SUITS Arrived Today Swaggers -- in full, finger-tip and three- quarter lengths. % , $ 17 75 ?19 75 525°° And Upwards See our wide display be fore making your selection. The New Spring Coats Buy your Easter Coat now while selections are complete. and upwards HELD GlflLTY OF MANSLAUGHTER Jess Cooley of Sioux City Convicted in Death of Nebraska Trucker. SIOUX CITY, March 22. UP)--Jess Cooley, 21, Sioux City, was found guilty of manslaughter by a distric aourt jury this morning in connec tion with the death of John War ren, Thurston, Nebr., trucker. The date for passing sentence was fixed by Judge Wakefield as March 29. The maximum penalty under the law is eight years imprisonment. Warren was fatally injured Feb. 1 in a fight that took place in front of a hotel after he had engaged in a row in a drink parlor in the basement of the hotel. Evidence showed he was loaded into an automobil and later found unconscious on a parking several blocks from the ho tel. Taken to a hospital, he died a few days later after giving polio the name of his assailant. SPECULATE ON NEW S,U,I, HEAD Phillips and Updegraff Given Edge as Successors to Jessup. IOWA CITY, March 22. UP)--Two members of the University of Iowa faculty were conceded the "inside track" today for the presidency o: the state university, succeeding Dr Walter A. Jessup. Most of the unofficial speculation regarding Dr. Jessup's succesor centered around Dean Chester A. Phillips of the College of Commerce, and Prof. C. M. Updegraff of the College of Law. While board members have avoided commenting officially upon the names of possible candidates from which the next university president will be selected, sources in close touch with university affairs maintained that the list had narrowed to the two men. At Next Meeting. It appeared certain that the selection would be made at the next meeting of the board between April 5 and 15, and that the man would be named from the faculty here. Members of the board seemed certain that they would he ready to announce their selection at the April meeting. They asserted that it would be impossible to interest an eligible man from outside the faculty because of the present salary limitation. The state legislature at its last regular session fixed the maximum salary for the university president at $10,000. It was reported that the board had contacted Dr. Henry JSoughton, former dean" of the college of medicine here, but Dr. Hough ton was "not interested." Two Other Names. Only two other names besides those of Professors Updegraff and Desn Phillips figured prominently in local discussions. These were Dean Eugene A. Gilmore of the college of law and Dean C. C. Wiliams of the college of engineering. Dean Paul C. Packer of the college of education whose name was suggested among the first, is definitely not a candidate for the post President Baker has confirmed the report that Dean Packer would not accept the position if it were ten. dered him. Improved Business Seen b Mounting of Panama Canal Traffic COLON, Panama, March -22.. OPI-The world's freight traffic passing through the Panama canal, which has mounted steadily in volume since last year, was cited today as a definite index of increased buy- 'B£ in totii hemispheres. A total of 18 freighters locked through the canal yesterday, enroute to the Atlantic from the Pacific, carrying 153,419 tons of cargo for the United States and Europe. Russell Evans, Son of Joice Druggist, Dies; Rites to Be Saturday JOICE, March 22--Russell Evans, son of Mr and Mrs. .M. O. Evans, local druggist, died at home at noon Wednesday, in a diabetic coma. He has been seriously ill about a week, 'out had not been well for the past 10 years. Bora March 2, 1903, in Joice, he was graduated from Lake Mills high school in 1920 and studied at Iowa 3ity university, where he.was affiliated with the Dslta-Upsillon fraternity. Surviving are his parents Mr. and Mrs. M. 0. Evans; one sis- l er, Mrs. Kenneth Lake, Ames, and "our brothers, Homer, Emerson and Donald Evans, Juice, and Lynn Ivans, Hampton. Funeral services will be held Saturday at 2 o'clock at the Bethania "hureh. Burial will take place at Concordia, the Rev. L. F. Scheie officiating. Predict Entry of Soviet Russia in League of Nations PARIS, March 22. (/P--The entry of soviet Russia into the league of Nations at the September as- sembly was predicted in diplomatic circles today. Since Turkey joined the league July 6, 1932, the Moscow government is reported to have shown a strong tendency in favor of following suit. Germany's abrupt break from the league last Oct. 14, is regarded as having further contributed to an atmosphere favorable to Russia's admission. Today's reports said soviet government leaders have been sounding out member powers and have received assurance that Russia would be welcomed to the league. Today it was suggested that the possible entrance of Russia might now result in bringing back her neighbors, Germany and Japan. The problem of the stock ex- thange appears to be to devise some plan for being good that will not interfere with business.--Indianapolis News. ADMIT AUSTRIAN REPUBLIC 'DEAD' Nation in Future Will Be Known as "Federal State of Austria." VIENNA, March 22. (let--The first definite admission that the Austrian republic is dead was contained today in an official government gazette, which said the cabinet was still discussing details of a new constitution but has decided- .hat the word "republic" will not appear in it. Austria in the future will be referred to as "the Federal State of Austria" or simply as "Austria," the gazette slated. Wilhelm Hildas still holds the of- fice of president but the gazette does not mention this detail. In itself "president" of Austria is a title not necessarily implying the existence of a republic. Further preparing the way for a new state, the government today began taking a census, particularly leauiring information of previous military service, whether in the old imperial arms forces or the militia and home guards groups of new Austria. Information regarding sports training and physical handicaps was also demanded of all male citizens between the ages of 14 to 50. Special orange colored blanks were provided for this information, which was kept separate from regular census data. It was pointed out that these blanks could be used to make new recruiting lists replacing those destroyed when Austria was disarmed by peace treaties. Degrees Are Awarded by Iowa State College AMKS, March 22. -- Iowa State college held commencement exercises for 85 students at the end of Lhe whiter quarter. Dr. R. M. .lughes, president, delivered the commencement address. On the list were 62 bachelors of science, 10 masters of science, 3 doctors of philosophy and 10 men awarded certificates for a 12 month non-collegiate course for creamery operators. Those from North Iowa follow: Division of agriculture: Marion R. Soults of Clarion; John W. Engels of Randalia; Rawlins R. Perkins .of Clear Lake; Clifford W. Hamblin of Mason City. Certificates, Erling Flora of Wesley. A free land is one where the best people gradually sacrifice everything to hold the vote of the worst ones.--Fountain Inn Tribune. Anyway, legal liquor will corrupt a much nicer class of people.-Cedar Rapids Gazette. II WINTER'S HANGOVER' A STUFFY HEAD robs you of sleep ...spoils your day. To clear your head quickly, use the convenient new , VlCKS NoseSThroat DROPS ^vr-T?"^^ ^ ^ ^ - ^ - ^ ^ ^ ^ . ^ ^ . ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ y^y THE^HUB Mason City's Newest Store for Men! 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