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TWO MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MARCH 26 1934 i I S WILL EXTRADITE MARTIN INSULL Warrant Arrives in Toronto From U.S.; Warrant of Surrender Signed. TORONTO, March 26. UB--A warrant for the extradition of Martin J.'XnsuU, former Chicago utilities operator, arrived here today from the United States, shortly after a warrant of surrender was signed. The warrant of surrender was held ready for Deputy Sheriff Frank K. Johnson of Cook county, EL, who is to return Insull to Chicago to face trial on-charges of embezzlement and grand larceny. The issuance of the warrant of surrender was understood to be the final step in Canada toward Insull's extradition. It followed an order of commitment authorized some days ago by Sir William Mulock, chief justice of Ontaria, after Instill lost an appeal against extradition. Willis Kenyon Shoots - in Lincoln Rifle Meet CLEAR LAKE, March 26.--Willis Kenyon, aon of Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Kenyon, accompanied, the Iowa State college rifle team to Lincoln, Nebr., Saturday for Inter-school rifle meet. Kenyon shot high score for the Iowa team, which ranked third in the meet. Â· Deposits of iron ore lie beneath lakes in the northern part of Minnesota, and the state wants to determine its right to them. YOU CAN DEPEND ON ITSAU.-VMET ..SAFE! Bright Eyes.. No Bad Skin She learned lone aso how often dun OTCS, pimply skin. nervousness sad Jack of pep coins ooWel doradshness and constipation. Now 'MR (Nature's Beroedr) Is her secret of sparkling loveliness and tital health. No more ineffective partial relief for her--au- vegctable Nil Tablets give thorough cleansing, gently stimulating the entire bowel. MUUOBS tt*e UK for thorough, eftcctivo rtSief from constipation and bflloumess. "TUMS" Wastes No Time Reaching Awful Rheumatism as Impossible for Her to Regain Health Until She Began New Herbal Remedy; "Gly- Cas at Michael's Is Greatest Ever." It, is almost inconceivable what Gly-Cas has accomplished for hundreds of local residents, and in such a short time. Many have described it as almost miraculous--the results Gly-Cas gives. A man helpless with YOUNG DEMOCRAT CLUB TO MEET County Officers to Help in Organization Wednesday. CLEAR LAKE, March 26.--The county committee will meet with the Clear Lake members of the Young Democrats club at 8 o'clock Wednesday night at the Clear Lake city hall for the purpose of organizing the group. Morgan J. McEnaney, chairman of the organization, and "Bud" Lombardo, secretary and treasurer, aoth of Mason City will be present. Mrs. Jens Wind, county -vice chairman, will preside and Gerald Brooks ias been . named temporary Â· secre tary and treasurer. Members of the club and persons interested are invited to attend the session. The club is open to persons from 18 to 40 years of age. A talk will be given at this meeting on the meaning of becoming a member of the Young Democrats club. Plans will also he made to entertain the county organization here in April MBS. W. 3. HOOD rheumatism four years suddenly found himself able to work; a lady down in bed near paralysis, was up and around before finishing the first box of Gly-Cas; another lady after suffering 28 years now able to eat what she wants and enjoy her meals again. Now another amazing statement--read what Mrs. W. J. Hood 1618 N. Madison Ave., Mason City, respected local lady, having lived here the past 42 years and an active member of the Grace Evangelical Church, this city, recently said in regards to Gly-Cas' merit: "It is a pleasure to be the means of many people learning about Gly- Cas for it gives such remarkable results," she said. "I was in such condition for years that it was even hard for me to get about with this rheumatism over my body. It was many years coming on me and then it was impossible for me to find anything to free myself of it--until my friends and neighbors, knowing of my condition persuaded me to give Gly-Cas a trial. It was to my pleasant surprise that In four weeks time I was well on the road to recovery--and after all other medicines had failed to help me in any way. Gly-Cas is a medicine that has a different action and seemingly gets to the very source of the trouble. If anjjone wishes to know further about this new remedy they can call me at my home." So it goes--every day Gly-Cas gets to the cause of more and more cases of rheumatism, neuritis, nervousness, stomach, kidney, bowe and blood troubles. Gly-Cas is sold by Michael Drug Co., 5 South Federal Ave., Mason City, Iowa. Clear Lake Globe-Gazette HELEN HENDRICKS News Editor Residence Phone 310-W No. 239 OFFICE PHONE LEE DEWIGGINS Circulation and Advertising; Residence Phone 67 CLEAR LAKE BRIEFS Why not get the best In Dry Cleaning and Laundry work when it costs no more. Clear Lake Laundry and Cleaners. Phone 444. Miss Ardilla Shoop, wbo la attending the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, arrived Saturday to spend spring vacation with her parents. Sirs. George Knatson and daughter, Marlys, returned Friday afternoon from Minneapolis. Miss Knutson who is a student at the University of Minnesota will spend her Easter vacation with her parents Mr. and Mrs. George Xnutson, North Third street. Miss Anna Jacobsen who has been a houseguest at the home of her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. anc Mrs. J. M. Jacobsen, South Third street, left Monday morning for Canton,-S. Dak., where she wil: make a short stay before returning to her home at Woonsocket, S. Dak. A farewell party was held at the Jacobsen home Saturday night in her honor. . Merrill Bird, who Is working in Des Moines, spent .the week-end with his parents, Mr ; and Mrs. S. R. Bird, Division street Miss Edna Hadlcy, North Third street spent the week-end in Manly with her mother. Mrs. Randolph Jackson returned to her home southeast, of Clear Lake after a. 10 day stay at the Richard Tietz home west of Manlj caring for Mrs. Tietz and twins a son' weighing four pounds and Â£ daughter of three and. one-half pounds who were born March 13. Miss Feme Brooks entertained a small group of friends at her home on North. Fourth street Friday night in honor of Claytus Melcher of Garner who left Saturday night for East Orange, N. J., where he has accepted a position. The evening was spent informally. Miss Lynette Comstock arrive Saturday from Minneapolis to spend Easter with her parents. She is a student at the University of Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Scanlan who have been. living at Mason City during the winter months plan .to return to their cottage on West North street April 1. Mrs, .Gust Knop underwent a major operation at the Mercy hospital Mason City Monday morning. Mrs. Alice Philips, candidate for nomination as county treasurer on the democratic ticket spoke this week-end to the Northwestern anc Milwaukee trainmen at the Labor hall, Mason City. Thursday night she spoke to the Federated Labor union. Edward Adams who hag been working at Pierre, S. Dak., has been transferred to the Milwaukee office at Mason City. He arrived in Clear Lake Sunday where he will make his home. His brother, Walter Adams, is working in Pierre. Harold Phillips has accepted a position with the Mason City Tent and Awning company of Mason City. ' Mrs, I/eland Patterson has returned from Austin, Minn., where she spent the past week with relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ulmer. The Zion circle of the Lutheran Ladies' Aid meets Wednesday with Mrs. Allie Shook at 2:30 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Wallace South Third street and Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Wallace of Mason City spent Sunday at Goldfield with PHONE 888 BEFORE IT'S TOO LATE Wear a smile and be happy Tho the night may be snappy, Fire up with some Great Heart and rest; Forget all your worries, All smoke, soot and troubles, For Great Heart is best of the best FIRESIDE FUEL COMPANY John Winnie to Tour With Cornell Players He Is Given Membership in Repertory Players at College. CLEAR LAKE, March 26.--John Ross Winnie, son of Mr. and Mrs, E. W. Winnie,, student at Cornell college, Mount Vemon, has been chosen as a member of the Cornell Repertory players, which is composed of outstanding students in the speech department of the college. Word comes from the- college Little Theater that Mr. Winnie is outstanding in the dramatic department for a first year student in this department He will play a double role In the production, "Queen Mary Tudor," by Victor Hugo, which will be presented on the road this spring. This group will tour through Illinois 'and Wisconsin and appear on several radio programs. Winnie plays the role of Lord Chancellor and of Lord Chandos. Mr. Winnie also appears in Oscar^ Wilde's success, "The Importance of Being Ernest," and is now engaged in technical work on Shakespeare's "Merchant of Venice," which will be presented by the sophomore class May 19. Mid-Week Services Planned at Church CLEAR LAKE, March 26.--The Rev. W. B. Riner will hold services at the M. B. church on every night except Saturday this week. The topic or Monday night is "Why Was Jesus Killed?" Two musical numbers will be given on thto program, a vo- al solo by Mrs. A. H. Runcle and a cornet solo by David Barber, accompanied by Miss Clara Metcalf. The Tuesday topic la "Who Be- Â·jayed Judas IscariotT" Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Runcle will sing a duet, and Miss Irma Peterson will play a violin solo at this session. JOBS BOSS WINNIE Miss Lottie Wallace, a sister of C. W. Wallace. 'Jack Heatherglmw of Ottnmwa visited in Clear Lake with relatives this week-end. Virgil Winnie who is working at Waterloo spent the week-end in Clear Lake with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Winnie. The Louis Davis family spent Sunday at Klemme with relatives. Variety of Topics to Be Discussed at Lake Federated Clubs CLEAR LAKE, March 26.--Study topics for Lake Federated clubs show variation from the book reviews this week with advent of spring. Gardening and nature are among the themes which will be discussed. Mrs. Will Barlow will be hostess to members of the Sorosis club at her home Thursday. Mrs. John Smith and Mrs. Cora Scherf will lead the lesson on "Favorite Birds and Trees." Â·"Â·" 'Â·Â·"Â·Â·Â·' Â·Â·'-Â·-' Â·Â· 'Â· Â·Â·Â·Â·'Â· Â·'Â· Adam* to Talk. .H. B. Adams will address members of the Wa-tan-ye club at the dinner meeting tonight at the Soda Grill. Guests will be entertained at this session. Miss Oreta Minette is in charge oÂ£ the program. Members of the Crescent club 'will gather at the Mrs. J. F. Palmeter home Thursday afternoon. Mrs. L. S. Sullivan will lead the lesson on the Best Short Stories of the Tear. Twentieth Century club will meet Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Harold S. Hushaw, East Main street Mrs. L C. Jensen will review the Best Plays of 1933 and 1934 at this time. Sfrndy Gardening. Mrs. B. B. Bailey will be hostess to members of the Altrurian club Thursday afternoon at her home on South Second street. A lesson oil home gardening will be given by Mrs. C. M. Pederson. The Hi-Lo Bridge club will be entertained Tuesday afternoon at the Mrs. Clarence Young home at Mason City. 'Mrs. Forde Lee will be hostess to members of the American Legion Sewing circle Wednesday afternoon. Refreshments will be served by the hostess. Fayne Patton Is Bride of L. Huntley Former Cerro Gordo County 4-H Queen Wed at Lake Parsonage. CLEAR LAKE, March 26.--The marriage of Miss Fayne Patton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Patton of Clear Lake to Laurice Huntley, son of Mr and Mrs. H. H. Huntley who reside south of Clear Lake, took place Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the Congregational parsonage. The Rev. W. B. Milne, pastor of the church, officiated. The couple was attended by the brother and sister-in-law of the bridegroom, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Huntley of Clear Lake. The bride wore a tan rough crepe dress with accessories to match, while the bridegroom wore .a navy blue suit. The bride has been active in 4-H club work throughout the county, having been crowned queen in 1932. Mr. Huntley is an enterprising young farmer who has been active in' the .boys' 4-H club work, having held offices for a number of years and for a time served as leader. He played on the 4-H championship Softball team two years ago. The couple will live on a farm with Mr. Huntley'3 parents where the men will be engaged as partners in farming. Mr. and Mrs. Laurice Huntley left for a'trip, planning to return April 1. The bride was honored by several showers prior to her marriage. Pie Social Is Held by Methodist Class CLEAR LAKE, March 26.--The Double "C" class of the Methodist church held a party Friday night at the Earl Scherf home. The evening was spent in playing games after which a pie social was held. The proceeds of the party will be used for cheer on Easter. The committee in charge of the affair included Mr, and Mrs. Earl Scherf, Mr. and Mrs, Frank Jameison, Mr. and Mrs. W. Miller and Madge Barlow. Covers were laid for 35 guests. Lake City Election Is Hotly Contested CLEAR LAKE, March 26.--The city election in Clear Lake is hotly contested today with a steady stream of voters going to the polls. The first ward showed an unusual large poll up to noon today with 137 ballots given out and marked. Second ward had given out 112 ballots and third ward, 114. Election returns will be given out at the Clear Lake Globe-Gazette office Monday night after the ballots are counted. Polls close at 8 o'clock. As Telryo Murakami was about to burn some old papars in Tokio he discovered one wag an issue of the New York Herald announcing Presi dent Lincoln's death. Vft A 1 V THEATER | IT AHA, Clear Lake MON. -- TUES. -- WED. "42nd STREET" See all the big stars again In this picture lor lOc. Tuesday--Junior Federated club party at city hall. Congregational Missionary society at Mrs. C. P. McVicker home, South Third street. Rebekah lodge rally day program at I. O. O. F. hall Vedncsdny--Young Democrats club meeting at city hall, 8. Lions club meets at Lions cafe, 12:15. Rebekah card benefit at X. O. O. F. halL Hi-Lo Bridge club meets with Mrs. Clarence Young, Mason City. American Legion sewing circle at Mrs. Forde Lee home. Zion circle of Lutheran ladies at Mrs. Allie Shook home, 2:30. Monday--Crescent club meets with Mrs. J. F. Palmeter, North Fourth street Twentieth Century club meets at Mrs. H. S. Husr^-v home, East Main street. Altrurian club meets with Mrs. B. B. BaJley, South Second street. Sorosis club meets with Mrs. Will Barlow. Richardson, Civil War Vet, Celebrates Birthday, 94 Years CLEAR LAKE, March" 26.-George Richardson celebrated his ninety-fourth birthday at his home on East Benton street Saturday. He is the eldest of the. three remaining comrades of the Civil war living in Clear Lake. Mr. Richardson had callers from the Woman's Relief corps, thi Daughters of Union Veterans an neighbors and friends who brough' their congratulations and bes wishes for his anniversary. Flowers cake and fruit were also presented to him. Mr. Richardson is active about the upkeep of his home which he shares with his daughter, Mrs. Grace Fiske Lake Delegation Goes With Clarence Knutson to Algona Rotary Club CLEAR LAKE, March 26.--A delegation of Clear Lake men accompanied C. A. Knutson, candidate for republican nomination as gover nor of Iowa, to Algona today where he spoke before members of the Ro tary club there. Among those in the delegation were the Rev. W. B Milne, Harry Freeman, R. B. Ken nedy, R. Stevensen, C. F. Crane and David Davenport, publicity man for Mr. Knutson. R. Skinner's School Is First in Intelligence CLEAR LAKE, March 26.--Cen ter high school, in Johnson county near Wellman which is superintend ed by Robert N. Skinner, former high school teacher in Clear Lake ranked first in the class D at thi general intelligence tests recently conducted by the University of lowi extension division. More than 200 high schools of the state were en tered in these contests. Mr. Skinner and an alumni of the school are the only instructors o the school which includes all of the grades and high school. There are 30 students to thi school which was built on the inter section of two mud roads by publii subscription and donation of labo and materials. Clear Lake Calendar NEW RULING ON FEDERAL LOANS B. R. Dunn Informed They Will Be Made in Bonds of Mortgage Firm. B. R. Dunn, secretary-treasurer of the Mason City National Farm Loan association, received word Monday from William I. Myers, governor of the Farm Credit administration, Washington, D. C., that federal land bank loans and land bank commissioner's loans will be made in the future through the federal land bank in bonds of the federal farm mortgage corporation, which bonds are guaranteed by the United States government both as to principal and interest, which will be at the rate of 3}i per cent a year for the bonds to be issued at this time. These bonds will take the place of. the cash distribution in the disbursement of the unclosed loans previously approved by the Federal land banks; Will Be Guaranteed. The bonds of the federal farm mortgage corporation, according to the statement by Governor Myers, will have behind them not only the unconditional guarantee of the federal government as to both principal and interest, and the capital of the federal farm mortgage corporation amounting to about $200,000,000, but also the consolidated bonds of the federal land banks issued in exchange for the bonds of the federal farm mortgage corporation and the mortgages accepted by the land bank commissioner as security for loans. Governor Myers assured Secretary Dunn that the federal farm mortgage corporation bonds will be an attractive Investment. "They will be as readily marketable as bonds of the United States government and they will be quoted In all of the principal markets," he continued. "Holders who have to dispose of these bonds should not sell them without first ascertaining their real market value." Will Be Investors. The governor particularly stressed the fact that country bankers probably will be large investors in these securities since the creditors of farmers who are being refinanced may not all be in the position where they can hold the bonds so acquired and will find it necessary to sell them. Secretary Dunn states that these bonds, which will be tendered to farmers' creditors in payment of the refinanced indebtedness, are "exempt from all federal, state, municipal and local taxation, except surtaxes and estate, inheritance and gift taxes. They are lawful security for fifteen-day borrowings by member banks of the federal reserve system. They are also lawful investments for all trust, public and fiduciary funds of which the deposit or investment is under the authority or control of 4he government. The payments of the interest on these bonds and the repayment of their principal are guaranteed by the United States, which means that if the federal farm mortgage corporation should ever be unable to meet the payments on the bonds, the treasury will assume such payments. TWO COUPLES ISSUED LICENSES TO MARK* NEW HAMPTON, March 26.-Marriage licenses were issued Saturday to Ira J. Tucker and Carol E. Baudoin, both of Hayfield, Minn.; Kenneth Elgin of Blano and Dolores Studebaker of Centerville. RAPID INCREASE IN EMPLOYMENT Payrolls Gained 14 Per Cent in February, According to Report CHICAGO, March 26. UPl--A. report on business conditions' made public today for the seventh federal reserve district stated that an increase of 6 per cent in employment and 14 per cent in payrolls for February marked an expansion as rapid as that which took place during the most active period last summer. February marked the third consecutive month improvement was shown, with the gain common to all states in the district.. The automobile industry continued the sharp expansion of recent months, the vehicles group showing a rise of 15 per cent in employment and 32 per cent in payrolls. Other metal industries increased employment 5 per cent and wage payments 13 per cent. In textiles and rubber products, payroll increases amounted to 25 to 20 per cent, respectively. Non - manufacturing industries were less active. The construction industry reported a decline of 15 per cent in employment and 18 per cent in payrolls. Pope Names Bergan Des Moines Bishop VATICAN-CITY, March 26. UP)-Pope Pius today named Monsignor Gerald T. Bergan, former vicar general of Peoria, 111., as bishop of Des Moines, Iowa. Experiments in the THERE are no experiments in a Ford V- 8. But there is 30 years of experience. No trivial, temporary gadgets are blown up big to make sales. No fancy coined names. 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