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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 17, 1936
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 17 1936 FIVE HOBO KING SAYS HE IS CANDIDATE Hairbreadth Harry Runs for President on Third Horse Party Ticket. IOWA CITY, i.T) -- Hairbreadth Harry, pretender to the title of "king of the hoboes," announced during his annual "spring visit here that he is a candidate for president of the United Slates on a "third horse party" ticket. "I am in the race as a successor to the late Huey Long," said Hairbreadth. "In place of a 'share the wealth' slogan, my party of which I am the founder, is adopting the campaign motto, 'Work the other horse.'" Cedar Rapids Railroad Car Inspector Killed CEDAR RAPIDS, fcB--W. R. Mitchell, 52, a car inspector for the Rock Island railroad, was killed Tuesday when he was caught between two cars on a switch track in the local yards. Railroad men believe Mitchell had been inspecting the cars when a switch train backed on to the track. There was no warning flag to indicate no was at work. His body was found by Charles Rompot, yard clerk. Coroner B. L. Knight said no inquest will be held. ANN KINCSLEY Famous Cookery Expert Tells About . . . "THE PAUSE THAT REFRESHES" Bottled AT THE FOODS ON PARADE COOKING SCHOOL MASON CITY BOTTLING CO. See-ANN KINGSLEY Demonstrate HERMANSON BROS. PASTEURIZED MILK at the Globe-Gazette Our pasteurized milk has been used exclusively in the cooking school for many years--becase of its quality. Drink more milk--but be sure it's safe--pasteurized. TRAFFIC SCHOOL BEGINS TO GROW More Students of Law of Road Added Through Violations Here. The potential attendance at this veck's traffic school was again en- arged Monday, following the gath- ring in of 13 traffic violators over he week-end, and nine more stu- lents were added to the list for Pa- rolman Edgar Fabcr's course of itiquctte on the roaj when their :ases came before Police Judge Mor- ·isi Laird in traffic court Tuesday. Morris Ulstad, 320 Delaware av- nue southeast, Lucile Madsen, 415 Third street northeast, K. c. Gilpin, 7 Seventh street northwest, R. E. Griffin, 2000 Carolina avenue southeast, and Donald Adams, 201 Vermont avenue southeast, were all arrested on charges of double park- jig, most of them in Commercial alley. William Powell, 302 Taylor avenue southwest, John D. Mullaney. arbage collector, were arrested for jarking in restricted districts. Leone Grossman, 1217 North Federal avenue, was arrested on a charge of angle parking. All were sentenced to attend Thursday's session of traffic school at the police station. Thomas Files. 1S03 Hampshire avenue southeast, was sentenced to attend two sessions of traffic school and pay the costs of his trial, however when he was fined $10 and costs on a charge of reckless driv- ng. Files was arrested at 107 South Federal avenue about 1 o'clock Tuesday morning. Red Cross Spends $1,100 for Relief of Flood Victims MISSOURI VALLEY, (IP)--The national and local Red Cross organizations spent $1,100 aiding victims of the recent floods here, City Chairman Robert W. Harvey reported. Sixty-nine families were supplied with household goods, food or other necessities. in charge of the GHobe-Gazetfe Cooking School Wears and Endorses Miss Kingslcy is enthusiastic about the comfort . . . perfect fit ... beautiful styling of Paris Fashion Arch shoes! Try on a pair and see for yourself! They're incomparable . . . and so low-priced! Guaranteed by Good Housekeeping as Advertised Therein A pair of Paris Fashion shoes will be given as one of the major gifts at the Cooking School. Winter Hibernator Out of Bed Arthur "Turkey" Gehrlie, the Watertown.. Wis., tavern keeper who hibernates all winter, j s buck In his tavern dispensing beer, a worried and troubled man. Turkey's wife, who ran his business when he stayed between (he covers of his bed for the last 20 .years between September and April, died suddenly in February, while sewing at his bedside. Turkey then had to get up and attend to the business. Turkey Is worried over his physical condition, for no sooner did he end his hibernation than he began to lose weight. · WANT FUNDS TO BUY M, AND ST, L. Associated Railways Apply for Permit to Borrow From RFC. WASHINGTON, (/PI--The Associated Railways company Tuesday applied to the ICC for authority to borrow 57,200,000 from the RFC to purchase the properties of the Minneapolis and St. Louis railroad. 'Organized by eight other railroads, Associated Railways seeks to dismember the M. and St. L., continuing operations over some portions and abandoning others. If the M. and St. L. properties can be acquired for less than $7,200,000 the Associated Railway petition said, the amount of the loan would be reduced accordingly. Under the petition, the loan woulc run for three years. The following roads were participants in organizing Associated Railways: Chicago ' Northwestern, B u r- lington, Chicago Great Western Milwaukee, Rock Island, Great Northern, Illinois Central and Minneapolis, St. Paul and Sault Ste Marie. Penalty Date for Not Paying Taxes Can't Be Put Oft DBS MOINES, (/P)---The attorney eneral's office ruled today that the date for assessing penalties for nonpayment of property taxes canno' postponed. Gov. Clyde Herring has asked if there was any legal way postpone ment might be had because muddy roads had prevented farmers from reaching towns to make their pay ments. A penalty of three-fourths of one per cent attaches under the law on the first half or the payment due March 1. Ask National Day of Prayer and Protest Against Waging War OTTUMWA. '.Tl--Delegates at an interdenominational young people's conference here Tuesday adopted resolutions calling on President Roosvelt to proclaim a national day of prayer and protest against war. The church people in attendance took a stand especially against American participation in any war in which American territory is not invaded. The plan for a national day of prayer was introduced by the Rev. John R. Richey of DCS Moines, a convention speaker. Five hundred were in attendance. NORTHWOODMAN INJURED IN FALL Stevenson Tumbles 20 Feet When Branch Strikes Ladder. NORTHWOOD--Charles Stevenson, nearly 60, suffered a dislocated «p and fractured ribs in a 20 foot fall when a branch from a tree he was trimming fell and struck the foot of his ladder Monday afternoon. The ladder on which he was standing was broken, causing him to fall "to a cement walk. He was trimming trees near the R, F. Bolender home when the accident occurred. Mr. Stevenson was taken to his home here where he will be confined to his bed for several weeks as a result of tie injury. None oM2 Farmers on Jury at Fairmont Had Seen Hay Baler FAIRMONT, Minn., (.¥)--This is a rich farming area, and hay is a major crop. That's why Attorney Paul C. Cooper considered it unnecessary to describe a hay baler to the jury of 12 farmers in explaining why Mrs. Henry Wolf sought damages for personal injuries she said she received when the Wolf automobile an into the rear end of one. But Attorney Cooper was wrong. The jurors never had seen a hay baler. They so informed the court. Attorney Cooper wasn't sure he could explain. "Get a picture of one and bring it into court," ordered Judge J. E. Haycraft. 124th State Liquor Store to Be Opened DBS MOINES, 130--The state liquor control commission announced a liquor retail store at Anita, number 124 of the state store system, will open March 23. Tom Leo Burns is manager. Frozen Fish Buried Near Shores of Lake FARMINGTON. i.TJ--An estimated three to six tons of frozen fish are being buried near the shores of Big Duck lake in the state park here. The fish froze or smothered in the ice covered lake during the winter and began to come to the surface this week. WPA workers were assigned the job of removing and burying them. Lease at Shenandoah Written in Spanish SHENANDOAH. '.D--The soil conservation commission has obtained a lease on a local building but had to send it to Washington to learn what it is all about. The lease was obtained from the owner. Dr. J. H. Tallboy of Colon, Panama, and was drawn up in Bouquette, Chiri- qui, Panama. It was written entire' ly in Spanish. Swimming Pool to Be Built at Oskaloosa OSKALOOSA. -T--The city council has approved a budget of $152.375 for next year. S97.1SO of which will be raised by taxation. The balance includes a $20.000 swimming pool piojcct to be f i n - anced by a bond issue. On Easy Terms Your Credit is Good. 'Just Bring an Honest Fuse' Jewelry Company 10 First St. S. E. *-i ] s Bring your kitchen up-to-date Rich, simple beauty combined with maximum practical money-saving utility-that's the modern idea. And nowhere ·will you find it better exemplified than in the Norge Matched Unit Kitchen. Norge beauty is the lasting beauty of smoothly flowing lines, correct proportions, rich and lustrous finish. Norge utility is a matter of saving ia time, effort, expense -- better meals more easily prepared at less cost per meal. When you see the 1936 Norge Rolla- tor Refrigerator, you will see the greatest Norge of all time. You will see a Norge improved ia dcsiga and finish, improved in flexible interior arrangement, improved in convenience features, improved in economy of operation. The Norge Concentrator Range too will be a revelation to you; It also has been made richly beautiful --more efficient in performance -- more convenient to use. All of its superior features have been retained, refined, improved. It is worthy of its place beside the Rollator Refrigerator. Home modernization begins in the kitchen. With a Norge Matched Unit Kitchen--which m a y b e bought on amazingly easy terms--your home is modern in its most important part. Get acquainted with the Norge dealer near you. Learo how easily you can modernize your home the Norge way. Certainly, see the Norge bejorc you buy. YEAR WARRANTY ON ROLLATOR COMPRESSION UNIT NORBE DIVISION Borg-Warncr Corporation 606-670 E. Woodbridse Street. Detroit, Mich. T H E R O L L A T O R C O M P R E S S O R . . . Mj- ^M^ ^f^ mtf smooth, easy, rolling Mjjk BlS ifflf "" ffin \awer instead of · m BraC H B ET hurried back-ami- ^F BTm. ^JP ifc /or/A action. Remit -- m o r e cold Jor the current /*^j?*\ used. ^S£^ MS. U. S, TAT. Off. MALCOIM-NORGE CO. DAMON'S DOWNSTAIRS PHONE 143 30-F-6 D O M E S T I C t u t ) C t M i m e l U H E F R I B E K A T 1 0 H . 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So if you wish, you can make more loaves at a baking. /Ask J"' r grocer lo i day for the free illustrated folder telling all about the revolutionaryNo-KneadMethod. Or mail the coupon now. You will want to try thii quicker, easier way at once! 1 " N O R T H W E S T E R N Y E A S T C O . 1750 N. Ashland Avenue, Chicago I want to try the No-Knead wa of making bread. Please send me FREE illustrated folder which tells all about this remarkable new method. Package of five cakes at your grocer's only lOc

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