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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 14

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 5, 1931
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Mason City News on This Page THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 1931 North Iowa's Home Newspaper March 5-- Y. M. C. A. and Y. W. G. mixer at 7:30 in Y. M. C. A. ·· 2,000 TEACHERS TO BE HERE MARCH 19-21 - ·-» _. . i "_ ' ^_^ 6-- Jimmie Joy and his Brunswick Recording orchestra will play for dance at Mason City armory. Sponsored by- American Legion Drum and Bugle corps. March 7 -- Monthly meeting and'6:3Q o'clock supper of the U. C. T. at the P. G- and E. March 9 -- Mason City school election. March 0 -- Barre-Hill, baritone, Civic Music association concert at high school auditorium. March 18, 19, 20 . and 21 -- Mason City's annual spring opening. Masoii City Dance at Mason City Armory, Friday, March 6. Jimmie Joy and his Brunswick Recording orchestra. Gents $1, ladies 50c. Farm Loans -- Prompt service. Act now for spring. W. L,. Patton, 109 East State Street. Minneapolis, $3.55 by bus. Jefferson 1 Bus Depot. Phone 174. Brookfield butter for Friday and Saturday per Ib. 29c. Thompson Dean Co. . -Birth certificates have been filed in the office of the clerk for John William, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Colloton, 1608 South Pennsyl- vaniar avenue, born Feb. 20, and Wanda Joan, daughter of Mr. anO Mrs. Donald LeRoy Toepfer, 840 Eighth street southeast, born Feb. is. . 1'rogram and carnival at Grant school Friday night, March 6. Brookfield butter for Friday and Saturday per Ib. 29c. Thompson Dean m Co. · Brady recommends and guarantees Dr. Erickson's New Eczema Remedy. .Roast Pork, Mashed Potatoes, Baked Beans, Lettuce Salad, Pickles Rolls, Pie, Coffee-- 35c. Saturday noon, Rockwell. Special at §5 Friday and Saturday -- 6 dozen snappy braid hats Gage models, complete assortment IKtrlisses and youthful matrons hats r T ' sizes included. . Loftus ' ' ·":. Karl Vasicek was first 'lieutenant Wednesday at Des Moines, where he appeared before, the examining board of the national guard. The board, after investigation into the record of the applicant, waived the examination. Lieutenant Vasicek becomes an officer in H company. Just received shipment of 150 beautiful Junior, Bridge and Table Lamps. Peoples Gas and Electric Co. See Hanford Cleaners' ad, on page 18. Special prices. Dry Cleaning 1 Special -- Fri. and Sat. only. Two plain dresses, cleaned, pressed, beautified, for 80 cents, cash and carry. Two pleated dresses, cleaned, pressed, beautified, for $1.50, cash and carry. Conlin Cleaners, 1401 N. Fed. Dale Patt- Echull,, Prop. . CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our friends and neighbors for their kind assistance and expressions of sympathy during our recent bereavement. , Mr.'and Mrs. R. J. Hart and Family. Save $22.63 to Seattle, Tacorrja Milwaukee Road Slashes Fares Two great cuts in one-way fares now in effect daily to the Pacific Northwest. Travel in money-saving comfort on the do luxe new Olympian, over the electrified route, scenically supreme. Only 557.00 to Seattle, Tacoma, good in tourist sleepers (space in sleeper extra); only 544.00 in modern coaches. Full Information, reservations at 9th St. and S. Pennsylvania Ave., Phone 324.--Adv. NORTH CENTRAL DIVISION PLANS LARGE GATHERING Committees at Work on Details of Annual Convention. · Officers and cbmmittees of the North.-Central division of the Iowa State Teachers' association are directing their efforts to the tenth annual session to be held here March 19, 20 and 21 when Mason City will be host to nearly 2,000 educators. Speakers prominent in the field of education will be- on the program, which will include several features. In addition to the' general program there will be several sessions devoted to specialized training which will be addressed by experts in these various fields. Among those of national reputation who will speak here are Judge Harry Olson of the Chicago municipal court, £)r. 'William S. Gray of the University of Chicago, Mrs. Hattie Moore Mitchell of Pittsburg;, Kans. Educators prominent in Iowa, including Miss Agnes, Samuelson, state superintendent, will also give addresses. « Features to Be Given North lowans will have an important part on .the prograin. One of the features will be music by the Chickasaw county rural teachers' chorus of 75 voices, directed by Supt. A. O. Vaala. A North Central band, directed by G. R. Prescott, will be composed of selected high school musicians In thrs division. Chairmen of the local committees are devoting much effort to the convention. These are Principal James Rae, arrangements; George Claire Davenport, enrolling committee; Florence O'Leavy, housing committee; Katherine Gibson, reception committee; R. E. Nyquist, publicity committee, and Tommy £. Priest admissions. ·-·''·· s^--f . "? OffKers'Of' iSSt'aorUt'ceittrl' division are A. B. Rankin, Hampton president; M. J. Coate, Algona, vice president; Ethel Swanson, Webster City, secretary, and R. E. Nyquist Mason City, treasurer. Parent-Teachers to Meet During the convention the Iowa Congress of Parents and Teachers will also meet at the Congregational church. A full days' program on March 20 is scheduled for this group. Conferences to be held in connection will be for first and second grades, grade geography, kindergarten, senior high school English county superintendents, opportunity room, junior high school English intermediate English, home economics, physical and jnatural sciences junior college, social and political science, grade mathematics, music superintendents and high school principals, grade principals, high school mathematics, foreign languages, manual training', rura" teachers, physical training, commercial. i Is For Sale: 86 acres close to Plymouth, Iowa. Farm has good average improvements and owners will accept a small payment down and give easy terms on balance. If interested call or write the undersigned. E.CK IMXS Phone 134 Kresgo Bldg. Daly Epigrams! The, diamond is the hardest- linown substance--to get. WJDlLYCc HEATING Zoning Changes to Be Considered by Counci] A regular adjourned meeting oi the city council will be held at' 1 o'clock Friday afternoon at the council chambers in the city hall. The meeting is to consider proposed changes in the zoning ordinances. Appropriations and other matters may come up for consideration, according to J. H. McEwen city clerk. 300 Postmasters Serve Without Confirmations WASHINGTON, March 5. UFl-- Of the -300 postmasters not confirmed by the senate before adjournment, 173 were reappointments and will serve until a successbr is chosen. The white house said the remaining 129 will have to be named as acting postmasters or given? a recess appointment. Upon Receipt of each application the wheel of our well ot'ganized institution move rapidly, so that no time is lost in providing oui clients with cash loans, large or small. SERVICE MC WHERE CRASH KILLED FARMER '·PHOTO BY WRIGHT- · A mere mass of tangled junk was all there was left of tho immure spreader struck by a freight train o£ the Mason City nnd Clear Luke railroad late Monday afteriioon. Thomas W. Monk, a farmer residing at 1204 Nineteenth street southwest, \vns killed nnd his body was mutilated when it was dragged 175 feet -l»y the locomotive. The horses weto not injured. REGULAR REPORT MADE BY CHIEF Fire Loss for Month Is $85, a Reduction of $2,792 Over January. A total fire loss of only $85 was suffered in Mason City during February, according to the regular monthly report made by Dan H. Shire, chief of . the department, to P, F. Hopkins, city manager. The total insurance loss was $77. In January the loss was $2,792. The loss for February last year was §56. A total of $216,225 worth of property was involved by fire- Of that amount 5190,425 worth was buildings, including automobiles, railroad cars, tanks and permanent fixtures, and 525,800 worth was contents. ' . ^ ;., Eighteen alarms were received by the department. Seven fires occurred. Three did damage less than ?100, one did damage less than So and three did no damage. All fires were confined to the point of origin. One fire was in a brick and stone building, two in frame buildings, two in automobiles and two were other than building fires. One thousan'd feet of hose were used, and 146 feet of ladders used. One hydrant, one broom and one cover were used. Miles traveled at fires totaled 15.9. The loss for the year is 52,877.02. Charles City Hi-Y Club Entertained by Local Members Twenty-five members of the Charles City Hi-Y club were guests of the local Hi-Y club at a dinner and program Wednesday night in the Y. M. C. A. Total attendance at the session was 53. Orin Bell, general secretary of the Charles City association and leader of the boys, accompanied the visiting delegation here. ' j Several short talks were given by the Charles City members. The Mason City and Charles .City clubs then played each other in basketball, the Charles City team winning by a score of 20 to 13. Indoor golf was played and then the boys went swimming. : The Mason City club will go to Charles City April 1. Special Stamps Needed f o r ' Star Route Service The star mail route established between Nora Junction and Algona recently carries only newspapers, firstclass mail and special delivery and special handling matter, and other matter mailed to take advantage of the service by the route is not carried postal officials said. Persons wishing other matter than firstclass or newspapers to go by the star route should send it either special delivery or special handling, they said., Stop and Go Signal Is Wrecked by Car The stop and go signal at the intersection of South' Federal avenue and Second street was damaged when struck by the automobile driven by Alec Russell, Rockwell, at 11 o'clock Wednesday night. Russell paid for the damage. Mr. and Mrs. Kolnml H. Oriincr, 21 Vermont avenue southeast, are spending two days in Chicago. Mr. Bruner is an employ of the postal department. · A critic says rural people work only half the time. Rats! Trying to make the cities be good is a full- time job.--Kcwancc Star-Courier. MEN SENTENCED ATROCHESTER Kidnappers A r r e s t e d by Local Police Dec. 22 Receive Long Terms. Ed Walker and Joseph Griffeth. Kansas City, from whom police rescued Leonard Swanlund, 25 Rochester, Minn., here Dec. 22 were each sentenced to about 40 years apiece in the penitentiary, according to F. R. Sanford, chief of_ police, who appeared at their trial as a witness at Rochester Wednesday. The men were charged with kidnaping and robbery. Viola Griffeth, arrested with the men at the same time, was release', some time ago, Chief Sanford said. The men kidanped Swanlund ii front-of a store in Rochester anc_ after robbing him of $30 forced him to drive them way in his automo bile. Th,ey were arrested af an oi station at Tenth street and SouU Federal avenue when police stoppet them to call their attention to thi. fact that their tail light was no; burning. Returns from investigation bu reaus showed both men to have past criminal records. The jury at the trial was drawn at 9 o'clock in the forenoon and by noon nothing remained of the tria! except the pleas to the jury, Chief Sanford ' said. The trial was com pleted by 4 o'clock Wednesday afternoon, i LESTER DIEHL DIES AT HOME Funeral Services to Be Helc at 9 O'CIock Saturday at Church. Lester Diehl, 39 years old, 1203 First street southwest, died at hi home early Thursday morning. H,. was in a weakened condition from an attack of influenza suffere about three weeks ago. Funeral services will be held at the Holy Ifamily church at 9 o'clock Saturday forenoon with the Rev. R P. Murphy in charge. Burial will be in St. Joseph's cemetery. The rosary is to be said at 8:30 o'clock Friday evening at the home. The body will lie in state at Ran dall's funeral home until Frida' when it will be taken to the home. ' Mr. Diehl, an employe of the Standard Oil company, nad lived in Mason City for the past 33 years He is survived by his wife, a son Donald, at home, and by his parents Mr. and Mrs, Henry Diehl. Safety Films Will Be Shown to Hawkeye Club G. B. Vilas, Chicago, general man ager of the Hawkeye club, Chicago Northwestern railway employe's or ganization, will speak at the meet ing- of club in the P. G. and E. audi torium at 7:30 o'clock Friday eve ning. A film on safety methods an other operating matters will b\ shown by Mr. Vlias. Other enter tainment has been planned. A WONDERFUL Barbecue Luncheon. EVERY or DAY «J«K RENDEZVOUS CONFECTIONERY 123 NORTH FEDERAL AVK. INCOME TAX FOR PARTNERSHIPS IS EXPLAINED HERE Every Domestic Partnership Must Make a Return, Says Collector. "Every domestic partnership, and ;very foreign partnership doing business within the United States or in receipt of income from sources therein regardless of the amount, shall make a return of income on form 10G5 for the calendar year 1D30, or on form 1065A if for a fiscal year," according to income tax information released by L. P. Sanborn, special deputy collector, who has his office, in the basement of the school administration building, 120 East State street. "Except in the case of the first return the partnership shall make its return on the basis upon which the return was made for the accounting period immediately preceding unless, with the approval of the commissioner, a change is made in the accounting: period. "If a partnership desires to change its accounting period from fiscal year to calendar year, from calendar year to fiscal year, or from one fiscal year to another fiscal year, an application for such change shall be made on Form 1128 and forwarded to the collector prior to the expiration of 30 days from the close of the proposed accounting period. Accrued or Kccelved Income. "If the books of account are kept on an accrual basis, report all income accrued, even tho it has not been actually received or entered on the books, and expenses incurred instead of expenses paid. "If the books do not show income accrued and expenses incurred, report all income received or constructively received, such as bank interest credited to the account oi the partnership, and expenses paid '.'The return shall be sworn to by any one of the partners. If receivers trustees in bankruptcy or assignees iare operating the property or bus! ness of the partnership, such receiv ers, trustees, or assignees, shall ex ecute the return under oath. "A return for the calendar yeat 1930 must be sent to the collector of internal' revenue for the district in which the partnership has its principal office or place of business so as to reach the collector's office on or before March 15,1931. The return for a foreign partnership shall be filed on or before June 15, .1931 with the collector at Baltimore, Md May Grant Extension. "The collector may grant a reasonable extension of time for filing a return, i if application therefore ib made before the date prescribed by law for filing such return, whenevci in his judgment good cause exists. For willful failure to make a return on time the penalty is not more than ?10,000, or imprisonment foi not more than one year, or both, together with the costs of proseati- tion. "For willfully making a false or fraditlent return the penalty is not more than 510,000 or imprisonment for not more than . five years, or both, together with the costs ol prosecution." Spanish American War Veterans Given Entertainment Here One hundred veterans of the ipanish American war and their vives attended the meeting of Cronn-Dexter camp No. 28 of the Jnited Spanish war veterans, held at the courthouse assembly room Wednesday evenig, when the camp members entertained the visitors and ladies of the auxiliary. The juests included veterans from iampton, Garner, Geneva, Nora prings, Clear Lake and Mason City. A program was presented under the direction of Ed G. Gashel, jost commander, and Mrs" Gashel, auxiliary president. Following this u unch was served by S. M. Decker. Burning Straw Stack Threatens Buildings A burning strawstack threatened the buildings on the R. M. Hall farm northwest of Mason City Wednesday afternoon. The stack icaught fire from a match thrown down by one of the laboring hands who lighted a cigaret. The stack stood in close proxmity to the barn and other buildings. It will be recalled that the buildings on the Hall farm were destroyed by fire some time ago. - -SKILLED.. bPTOMETRY. STYUE;-, Examination, correction and becoming style all in our optometry. NEW RIFLE CLUB TO ERECT RANGE IN ATTIC OF "Y" S h o o t i n g Organization Is Formed Headed by Emerson Rifle. A club was organized by a group of rifle enthusiasts at a meeting held at the Y. M. C. A. Wednesday evening. Emerson Decker was chosen president; Sherman Brose, vice president, and Joel Hanes, secretary- .reasurer. Others at the meeting ncluded William Parrot, J. L. Zahrobsky, Elmer Dye, Leo Allstott, Dudley Decker, Karl Johannsen and E. F. Tims. Committees were appointed for .he purpose of drawing up by-laws and to determine the best indooi range for the use of the club. The announcement was made at the meeting that the Y. M. C. A. has consented to allow the members of the club to erect and use a range on the third floor o£ the nuilding used the past season for a go! course. The construction oE a tar get will take place in the next tw weeks. Later in the year when th weather is more favorable an out door range is to be built for the us of the larger caliber rifles. The purpose of the club, it wa. stated, is to stimulate interest in rifle and revolver shooting anc matches are contemplated in which all members may participate. An effort will be made by the or ganization to increase the member ship of the club. Attention was called to the fact that it is not nee essary for members to live in Mason City. The organization ox pects ultimately to become affiliat ed with the National Rifle association. The next meeting will be heir at the Y. M. C. A. Tuesday evening Leaking'Pipe Closed by Fire Department The fire department answered a call to the apartment of Harvey Shees, 15'/ North Federal aventu at 10:56 o'clock Wednesday nigh when a pipe in the heating system sprung a leak and could not hi stopped. The department closed thi leak. THREE DAYS IN JAIL, DECREE OF JUDGE SHIPLEY )eputy Sheriff Chases Cars Backward but Gets His Man. "Who said anything about a trial --I only 'said I wasn't drunk." de- lared Anthony McGee, Dougherty, barged with intoxication, when he appeared at police court Thursday morning. "Ten dollars and costs," answered udge John C. Shipley. '·I never paid a fine, yet and I von't pay this one," McGee came back. "Three days in the 'city jail then," Judge Shipley decreed and McGee vas led away by an officer. Officers testified they arrested cGee about 2 o'clock Thursday morning when they noticed his automobile stopped on Louisiana avenue. A small quantity of alcohol and some empty beer bottles were found in the car and McGee was drunk, officers continued. ' Brother Is Fined Jim McGee, a brother of An- ;hony, arrested at the same time, ileaded guilty to intoxication and was fined $10 and costs. James Nickolou, 524 Van Burcn avenue southwest, is being held in the city jail awaiting a hearing. He was arrested and charged with illegal possession and sule of intoxicating liquor when police raided his grocery store about 8 o'clock Wednesday night. A feature of the arrest was the capture of an escaping witness a( :he intersection of Sixth street and Van Burcn avenue southwest by Ralph Schiffmrtn, deputy sheriff who threw his automobile into reverse and swerved backward aroun a corner to head off an escaping sedan. Four men in the sedan were held as witnesses when it wa: learned they had made a purchasi at the store. Seize Tin mid Bottles A tin partly full of alleged alco hoi and a number of half pint hot ties full of alcohol were seized in tho raid. H. L. Stafford, Oklahoma; C. Hil land, Ogden; Beatrice Smith am Luella Forbush, both of Mason City arrested in a house on Fourtl street southwest and charged wit! disorderly conduct! were release when each posted a $25 bond. Roberta Mincey, 12\(, Delaware avenue southeast, and Jim Tertegas 105Vi South Federal avenue, were arrested Wednesday night nnc charged with diso/derly conduct Tertegas was released on bond and Roberta Mincey had her case con tinned when she appeared at court Thursday morning. Wo offer guaranteed repair work at fair prices. Stop in nnd let us give you un estimate. Tom's Auto Repair Shop 309 S. Delawsiro I'hono 1212 KELLY'S HARP ORCHESTRA OF OSAGE Will May for the AMERICAN LEGION OLDTIME DANCE Saturday Night, March 7 AT THE ARMORY Admission Always Zi5c New ventilating system now in operation. Woman Suffers Broken Arm. CALMAR, March 5.--Mrs. Mar tin Orke broke her arm Tuesday when she slipped on the linoleun on her kitchen floor. She had been washing clothes and slipped on some suds. t.K I1KIIG 11(1 .South 1-Vdcrul Ave. husband and i. arc lioth elucl to praise Koiijoln. 1 ', (jiild Mrs. Tlioirma Bui Icy, 07 Johnson .sLrcet. Brooklyn. "Wo both B u f f e r e d f r i g h t f u l l y f r o m stomach trouble and bloating 1 . WUh- in n. Ecw weeks after \VQ tocfiun ttiklnp Konjola wa ivcro both caLlnff h e a r t i l y w i t h o u t a, thought of after misery or rtlstrcsa. CoiiHtl- pation. too, was entirely banished". Buy h At Any Good Drug State. THAT OLD SHOE COMFOIIT WITH A NEW. SHOE LOOK. GOODYEAR Phono 1328 27 1st St. S. E. ANNOUNCEMENT We have Reduced prices. Have your Cur washed n C or greased .- I DC Same Quality Work us Before LAPINER MOTOR CO. ALL SIZES SHAPES REPLACED Regardless of tho shape glass required--we cut and grind the replacement piepe to fit perfectly. MODERATE PRICES HUGHDAVEYSSOn 15 SECOND;.ST:,.S.W. , MASO-N ClfV 'TbWA · HEATO Coal ECONOMY SootlCiiS BLACK HAWK HI, Lump KENTUCKY N u t W.G PHONE 563 THE VERY BEST You Wait! Fine workmanship, done on modern machinery. Saves you money and time. Bring them in today nnd watch us recondition them. SHOE HOSPITAL I'hono Tin 101 N r . Federal We Will Wash or Grease Your Car for 99c Cars called for and delivered without charge. This is the regular $1.50 wash! S. R. CHEVROLET CO. First and Washington S. W. WHY I AM A FORD DEALER Because of the strong*, rigid rear axle in the new Ford. It is the % floating principle and the weight of the car ia carried on the axle housing and not on the axle shaft. All high priced cars use % or full floating axles. Let us show you the difference between the % floating axle and the old style that ia still used in a few cars. Our cutaway exhibit includes a rear axle assembly with sections cut out to show bearings. A number of low priced cars have ball bearings running on the axle shaft to carry the load but the model A Ford has Hyatt bearings IVi inches wide running on the housing and in the rear hub. The Ford axle is free to drive the rear wheels, no possible chance for crystallization from road shocks. The differential is supported on each side by Timken tapered roller bearings (not balls). The drive shaft is kept in perfect alignment at universal joint with a Hyatt roller bearing 1-U inches wide (not a bushing), the pinion is held in place by 2 Timken tapered roller bearings (not a ball roll), the entire axle assembly is strengthened by rear radius rods. The front wheel tread (Standard OC Inches) is the .siimc as the rear a wonderful advantage when driving on slippery roads or in ruts. There are ·! Timken roller bearings and three Hyatt roller bearings in the Ford rear axle (no balls or bushings). A ball bearing has «. HpoL of contact, a roller bearing has a line of contact.--Clurraun Scliulicl.

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