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wtiMf ttsBn i? tsft; j Â«* Â·!* \ SIXTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MARCH 27 1934 STATE PENSION BOARD CHOSEN Urick, Mrs. Meredith and Porterfield to Direct Old Age Law. DBS MOINES, March 27. UP)-Appointment of tie three members of the board which will administer Iowa's old age pension law was announced today by Gov. Clyde L. Herring. Those named are A. L. Urick of Des Moines, Mrs. Mabel Meredith of Ames and John Porterfield of Hamburg. Urick, former state labor commissioner, is a republican and Mrs. Mer- iBdith and Porterfield are democrats. The members will serve terms of two, three and four years, but the designation of the terms has not been made. The old age pension law was passed by the last general assembly to provide financial assistance for needy persons over 65 years of age. The appointments to the board we subject to confirmation by the' state.-executive council. The members of the board probably will-meet in, Des Moines shortly to select their chairman and perfect, their-organization for admin- isteringi, the law. Ruymann, Lawyer at Davenport, to Face Disbarment Action ' DAVENPORT, March 27. CtP-- Claus J. Ruymann, member of the law firm of Ruymann and Ruymann, for many years active as an attorney, today faced disbarment proceedings in Scott county district court on the grounds of unprofes- eional conduct. He is charged with having misappropriated 516,000 and deceived his clients. The action was taken on the authority of the Scott county bar association as the result of a report of the grievance committee. Swea City and Forest City Will Hear Choir of Gustavus Adophus ST. PETER, Minn,, March 27. "--Entered upon its new concert season, the acapella choir of Gustavus Adolphus college is preparing for the annual tour, this one of 20 appearances in Minesota and four other states. The chorus of 40 voices, which starts the tour April 8 for concerts in South Dakota, Iowa, Nebraska and Illinois besides Minnesota, will eing a varied program of sacred i _ i sojigg./rhe two-week tour and prp-_ grams 1 ?ffere^announced by Professor Â· G. Adolph Nelson, director of the conservatory of music. The itinerary includes April 22, Swea City and Forest City. Buys Hamburg Shop. EAGLE-GROVE, March 27.--Joe Robinson of Goldfield has purchased the hamburg' shopÂ·on' South Commercial avenue which has been operated for severed months past by Walter Jaehnel, and has taken possession. Mr. Jaehnel has gone t Chicago, his former residence, and lias accepted a business position there. Bought From Receivership. MARBLE ROCK, March 27.-Mrs. Fred Gates purchased the 4C acres southwest of town, known a the Merton Ackley 40, from the re ceivership of the Marble Rock bank for 52,050 in deposits, the deposit applying at 40 per cent value. A reckoned, this bid raised that o 5800 in cash made by A. J. Merfel for the same property, by $20. Th property adjoins other land owrie by Mrs. Gates. D. A. Cleveland, Weslaco,' Tex citrus grower, has a collection o birds and eggs believed to represen very known species in the wester hemisphere. IN "HEX" SLAYING F.R, APPROVES ELECTION PLAN 'roposed Amendment Would Change Way of Naming President. WASHINGTON, March 27. UP)-resident Roosevelt's approval of a roposed constitutional amendment ranging- the method of electing a resident was placed today before he house rules committee. Representative Jeffers (D., Ala.), aairman of the house elections ommittee, told the rules committee e had discussed the Lea-Norris mendment with the president and [ -was authorized to say that he lought the principle of the proposi- on was sound and good and that e would be glad to see this proposi- on put through at this session of ongress." Within Seven Years. Under the Lea-Norris resolution, a ew constitutional amendment Albert Shinsky, 23 (above), mountain youth, was jailed at PottsviUe, Pa., and charged with the "Hex" slaying of Mrs. Susan Mumracy, 63. He said he killed her to break the "Hex" -or spell, she had cast over him eight years ago. (Associated Press Photo). 'uneral of Mrs. Ryan Will Be Held at Nora Springs on Wednesday NORA SPRINGS, March 27.-Mrs. Barbara Huntsr Kyan, 81, died unday evening from complications f asthma and heart disease. The uneral will be held Wednesday af- ernoon at 2 o'clock at the Martin heckler funeral home, the Rev ;onrad Buehler, Lutheran pastor fficiating. Burial will be in Elm- Â·iod cemetery. Surviving are four hildren, Stephen of St. Paul Charles B. of Nora Springs, Mrs Clara Reisdorf of Nora Springs and tfrs. Grace Roberts of Carpenter. Kennedy is Named Chairman. NEW HAMPTON March 27.-The Chickasaw county corn-hog ommittee Monday appointed J. F Cennedy, New Hampton banker reasurer of the Chickasaw count; 2orn-Hog association without com ensation. The committee also ap minted George F. Johnson New Jampton Marion Cagley, Ionia, and Frank Richards, Nashua, to act as he budget committee. Two Announce Candidacies. HAMPTON, March 27.--E. D Haecker will be a candidate for county auditor at the primary on 'une 4 for" renomination. Earl A Sackbarth has also announced his candidacy for reuomination ioi :ounty treasurer. Three nursery schools were open d at .Pittsburg, Kans., as part o ;he federal relief program. would be submitted to the states for the. approval of three-fourths of them within, seven years. It would, first abolish the electoral college. The 48 states would retain, the number of electoral votes they now have. However, instead of a candidate who got a majority vote in one state receiving the total electoral vote of that state, he would get the same proportion of electoral as popular votes. Gets All of Votes. For instance, a presidential candidate who gets 75 per cent of the popular vote in a state under present law gets all the electoral votes of that state. ' Under the Lea-Norris proposal, this presidential candidate in a state with four electoral votes would get only three, and the other candidate one electoral vote. The use of such a system in the past, Representative Lea (D., CaU, told the committee, would have changed the result in at least three presidential elections. Will Be Held Wednesday. HANLONTOWN--A street sale will be held here Wednesday. DECLARES LAW WAS VIOLATED Solon in Minority Report Upon Army and Navy Aircraft Buying. WASHINGTON, March 27. Asserting that the army and navy had "openly and notoriously disregarded the plain letter of the law" in aircraft purchases, Representative McFarlane (D.-Texas) today proposed numerous changes in the 1926 aircraft defense act and suggested that the government take full control of airmail. His statements were made in a minority. report on an investigation by a house naval subcommittee into reports of profiteering on navy airplane and engine contracts. Asserting the subcommittee's majority report had been "premature," McFarlane suggested further investigation if any doubt remain- ed in a commltteeman's mind about the "complete domination of the industry by the four major holding companies comprising the air trust." Infant Daughter Buried; Mother Is Seriously 111 NASHUA, March 27.--Darleen, 15 day old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Green, died of influenza Saturday, which it contracted from the mother, and brief funeral services were held at the home Sunday, with interment in Greenwood cemetery. The mother suffered an attack of appendicitis Sunday and was taken to the_Waverly hospital that night where "tin emergency operation was performed. On Monday she contracted pneumonia, and her condition is serious. Return From Boone WODEN--Fritz Doege and Elvin Colard returned from Boone Monday where they spent the past two days transacting business. Guaranteed Treatment for Tender Stomach Dr. Emil's Adla Tablets bring quick relief from stomach pains between meals due to acidity, indigestion and heartburn. If not your money is refunded. Huxtable Drug Co. Enlisting in Navy LYLE, Minn.--Palmer Springe* left for Minneapolis where he expected to seek enlistment to we navy. Tune-In the World with an I Listen to London, Berlin, Peru, Madrid, Buenos Aires, Russia, etc, as well as your favorite American programs! This new All-Wave PHILCO Highboy provides foreign reception regularly, clearly, and at fall room volume! An amazingly powerful radio in a beautiful six-lee cabinet with hand-rubbed finish. Easy Terms -- Philcos $20 up AL1WAVE PHILCO 44H G $69.50 and your old set NOW! SAVE THE STATE SALES Gall Stone Colic Avoid operation if possible. Treat th cause in a sensible, painless, Inexpensiv way at home. Write Home Drug, Co., 18-5 No. Fourth St.; Minneapolis, Minn., for a recognized practicing specialist's prescription on liver and gall bladder trouble for literature and treatment -which has been giving gratifying results for 28 years. Sold under money back guarantee. Clip this out W,--Advertisement, ' . C-O-A-L IOWA LUMP . . . (Oentervllle) W. KY. NXJT ..:. $6.50 ton .$6.50 ton Above Coals Best in Their Respective Fields. WHY PAY MOKE? Wolf Bros. PHONE 1148 1MILE/K/F with every mile you buy/ lile amn each way for round trip ia coaches -- 10- day limit. J}*, a m i t e one way in -** coaches. Also each way forround trip in sleeping snd parlor cars--10-day bout. * "Â»l c each wav for round trip in sleeping and p a r l o r cars--6- month return limit. "Â»- s mile one way in sleep*** ing and parlor carj. And One-third reduction in sleeping and parlor cu: charges. -that's how the new low rail fares compare with last year's ! No special or excursion fare, "this--it's the regular round trip coach fare, good any day, on any train--with a 10-day return limit. All other fares are drastically ait, too. And the Pullman surcharge has been abolished entirely-you save a full one-third on your berth or parlor car seat. No wonder people are rail travel minded as never before! Going anywhere soon? For complete travel information apply to our ticket agent. P. D. GUSTAFSON, Agent Phone 109 CHICAGO NORTHWESTERN Ry. End-of -the-Month Sale The '2% Sales Tax Goes Into Effect April 1st It Will Pay You to Buy These Special Values This Week You Don't Have to Have Cash--Open an Account--Your, Credit Is Good WOLF'S Porcelain ELECTRIC $OQ.50 WASHER.. *O Heavy Porcelain or Armco Iron tub, submerged agitator, standard motor, balloon type wringer rolls. 9x12 AXMINSTER $2895 i Good heavy quality in desirable color harmonies for every roomr- See these J marvelous values fc? Ti this week. STUDIO $91.95 COUCH _...,,. 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