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April 5, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

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SEVEN APRIL 5 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Mrs. Ward of Greene, 111 Short Time, Dies GREENE, April 5.--Funeral services for Mrs. Melvina Ward, who died Tuesday night at the home of her mother, Mrs. Clarissa Boiler, were planned at the local Catholic church, the Rev. M. J. Hogan officiating. Mrs. Ward had been 111 for a short time and returned two weeks ago from-the hospital where she had gone for treatment and seemed to be in much better health. Besides her mother she is survived by three sisters, Mrs. Connie Unger, Rockford, Miss Clarissa Boiler, Cedar Falls and Sister Boromeo at Davenport, and four brothers, Emil of Los Angeles, Cal., Charles, Joseph and George of Greene. Parents, Teachers of Southwest Iowa Elect New Officers COUNCIL BLUFFS, April 5. UP) --Mrs. George Weiner of Council Bluffs was re-elected president of the southwest Iowa district congress of parents and teachers at the annual meeting today. Sixty-five delegates representing 11 counties were present. Mrs. H. E. Qualheim, Denison, was elected vice president, and Mrs. A. P. Ford, Council Bluffs, was chosen secretary. There's one consolation. The government will have to get the bandits when the rest of · us have nothing left to tax.--Dubuque Telegraph- Herald. DR. WIRT PLANS TO KEEP SILENT Will Discontinue All Public Statements on "Brain Trust" Charges. GARY, Ind., April 5. (.T)--Away from his home on a secret mission, Dr William A. Wirt, author of charges against the Washington "brain trust" was reported today to have decided to discontinue issuing any public statements. Mrs. Wirt said her husband, superintendent of Gary public schools, was "in conference in another city" gathering information to be used when he is called before a congressional investigating committee. She said he would make no statement before appearing: at the hearing. With the first year ended, Mr. Roosevelt can relax. The first 300, 000 job-hunters are the worst.--Ke wanee Star-Courier. 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Mason Cits', Iow» SOI.1) EXCLCSIVKLS 11V UNOEKTAKEBS Flood waters that swept over a large area of western Wisconsin and southeast Minnesota took nine lives and caused heavy property damage. A washout sent this train into a ditch near Hudson, Wis., causing tht pile-up shown and killing three trainmen. CAssoclatod Press 1'hoto). OHIO OFFICER IN MARSHALLTOWN Iowa Police Chief, County Attorney Return From Cincinnati. MARSHALLTOWN, April 5. (.T)-Chief of Police W- W. Akers and County Attorney J. W. Pattie, accompanied by Edwin Strasser, Cincinnati prosecutor, returned today -rom Ohio, where they had been investigating the Gillespie bond theft case, resulting in indictments being returned against five persons. It has developed, the officers said, that Mrs. Nancy Wright of Youngstown, Ohio, one of the defendants was not the highly paid secretary of the president of the Lion Brewing company, but a $20 a week Youngstown telephone operator who only a short time ago moved from Youngstown to an $87 a month apartment in Cincinnati. It also developed that the Lion Brewing company was a bogus concern organized by a group of Chicago and Cincinnati rumrunners. The $21,000 which was found in a suitcase belonging to Harold Cowell after he had been shot in a fight with a Marshalltown policeman, has all been identified positively. It was marked with the initials of the bank teller in the Union Trust company bank of Cincinnati, who delivered the money to Mrs. Wright in exchange for the Gillespie bonds. plans were made here today to complete the local investigation. FORD OPPOSED TO HIGH PRICES Says Government Ought to Halt Movement If It Is Sincere. DETROIT, April 5. UP)--Amplifying an interview of yesterday in which he said his company has no intention of increasing automobile prices, Henry Ford today said that "if the administration is sincere in trying to bring the country back, it will halt the movement for higher prices." He referred to the price increases as a "craze," which he believed would only handicap the business recovery. President Roosevelt, he continued, "lias headed off a number of dangerous developments; I hope he will head off this craze for higher prices." Ford repeated an earlier remark that lower and no higher prices stimulate competition, and that lower prices will impel people to uy. In his statement yesterday that ame coincident with an announce- .ent of price increases by all auto- notive units of General Motors orporation, Ford said his company vould go more deeply into the pro- uction of its own materials if nec- ssary to avoid raising its car rices. Fitzgerald Eligible for Waterloo P. 0. Sheer Organdy BLOUSES in soft pastels WASHINGTON, April 5 The postoffice department announced today that the United States civil service commission had certified John H. Fitzgerald as eligible for the postmastership at Waterloo, Iowa. iTCHinq SKin TPherooer it occurs on iKo body--houv eoer lender or scnsitiuo the parts--quickly and safely relieved by YOU SEEM TO LOVE TO BRING HOME PEOPLE WHO WANT YOU TO SMELL THEM/ Banish Body Odor This New Odorless Way It isn't the smell of a soap that gets you clean--it's the lather. Ordinary toilet soaps don't lather freely enough in this hard water. They form a sticky soap-scum that works into the pores and dams up stale perspiration. Strong-smelling soaps --no matter how much they lather--can't keep a secret. Kirk's Castile, being a 100% pure vegetable oil soap, lathers abundantly, even in hard,cold water. .It goes deep into the pores, mixes with the stale perspiration curds and sets them free. In a twinkling your body is as fresh and clean-smelling as a woodland breeze! "Makes Marvelous Lather in Our Hard Water"-- sayiPampa, Texas, citizen, Pompa water is hardest in the state. Try Kirk's Coco Castile today. It's odorless. And half again larger than average toilet soaps --an exceptional bargain. Ke sure to ask for Kirk's by name. Oceans of Lather- Even in Hard, Cold Wafer Procter Gamble iertel Chosen as Wartburg College Athletic Director CLINTON, April 5. LT)--Elmer V. Hertel, Alexandria, Nebr.. high chool coach, today was named ath- ".tic director and" coach at Wart- urg college here. Hertel, a Peru, lebr., Teachers college graduate nd former coach at Hebron Nebr.) college, will assume his ew duties Sept. 1. Ho succeeds leorge Burdick, Wisconsin, reigned. Standard Oil of Ind. Reports Earnings of $1.14 on Each Share CHICAGO, April 5. OTI--Edward G Seubert, president, announced today that the Standard Oil com- oany o£ Indiana had net earnings in 1933 of 517,674,351, or $1.14 a share on its stock. Earnings in 1932 were $16,558,281 or $1.04 a share. In interview preceding the company's annual meeting-, Seubert said the company found a brisker demand for all its products in the first quarter of 1934. Tri-State Theaters Split Up Properties Into Three Divisions DES MOINES, April 5. (ff)--Division of the motion .picture properties of the Tri-State Theaters corporation into three districts was announced today by G: Ralph Branton, general manager. Stanley Brown, DCS Moines supervisor, was named manager of the central Iowa district which includes Des Moines, Ottumwa, Waterloo and other cities. Evert R. Cummings, former Pub- lix division manager in Omaha, was selected district manager for the western Iowa and Nebraska district which includes Omaha. Sioux City, Grand Island, Hastings and Fairbury. 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