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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 2

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THURSDAY, MAHCH 9, 1933 STOCKHOLDER PUT ON STAND Questioned by Ontjes Concerning Voting of Proxies by Officers Presentation of the claimants' case against the estate of C. H. McNider continued in district court here Thursday with F. A. Ontjes, claimants' counsel, calling Selby Russell, Nora Springs, to the witness stand. Mr. Russell testified that he attended the December, 1928, meeting o£ the stockholders of the Northwestern States Portland Cement company at which W. H. L. McCourtie was elected president to succeed Mr. McNider who had died during the year. Later Sent Proxies The witness had acquired his stock during the summer of 1928, he recalled, and attended only the first stockholders' meeting thereafter. In subsequent years he sent proxies to be voted by company officers, he testified. Mr. Ontjes questioned him at length to determine whether or not he would have sent the proxies it he had known that they would be used to ratify acts by the company's officers which were against' the best interests' of the other stockholders. "I did not expect the proxies to ,be used for any other purpose than stated in the notice which accompanied them," the witness answered. He later amplified this, however, by offering the opinion that x the proxies were broad enough^ to cover any business which *might be brought before the meetings.. Is Not a Plaintiff On cross examination by John Senneff, defense counsel, Mr. Russell said that he was not a plaintiff in the present suit and had never given a proxy to Mr. Ontjes although he had been requested to do~so. Peter Anderson, secretary of the cement company, resumed the stand after Mr. Russell's testimony had been completed, continuing with his identification of company records with which he has been occupied on the stand intermittently for more than a month. More Comfort Wearing FALSE TEETH Here Is a pleasant way [o overcome loose plate discomfort. FASTEETH. an improved powder, sprinkled on upper an 4 lower plates holds them firmer so .that they feel more comfortable No ?.V mn »'' Eooey. pasty tasto or feeling, its alkaline (nm-acjd). Does not jour Checks "plate odor" (denture breath). Get FASTZETH today nt any drue store AUNT MET By Robert QufJIen "Race prejudice and religious prejudice ain't natural. If I've got a spite against some people, it's i because their kind treated me like dirt when I was doin' 'em no harm." 129 ARRESTED IN POLICE RAID Liquor and-Games . Are Seized From Des Moines Hotel DES MOINES, (£)--One hundred twenty-five .men and four women were taken into custody as a police liquor squad raided the "Log Cabin," amusement room of one of Des Moines' leading hotels (Fort Des Moines), shortly before midnight Wednesday night. Police Inspector Roy Chamberlain, who led the raid, said 10 bottles containing liquor and an assortment of gambling equipment were seized in the place. Those taken into custody rode :o the police station 15 at a time n the police patrol. They were Booked for investigation. Agree on $3,000,000 Drive on 'Hoppers WASHINGTON, (JP)--A joint senate-house committee has agreed on a 53,000,000 appropriation for eradication of grasshoppers and other farm pests. The house had voted 32,000,000 for the purpose and the senate $5,417,000. The compromise allotment of $3,000 000 must be approved by both chambers SHIPLEY RITES ARE CONDUCTED Old Friends, Neighbors Gather at Services Held at Iowa Falls IOWA FALLS--Old neighbors and friends from this and a number of other communities stood by in the snow as the Rev. A. W. Caul once pastor of the First Baptisl church of Mason City, committed W. V. Shipley to a grave in the cemetery here Wednesday afternoon. Burial followed impressive services at the Wilbur funeral horn'', directed by Mr. Caul and' participated in by the Rev. Mr. Dale, pastor of the Iowa Falls Baptist church of which for nearly 40 years Mr. Shipley was a member. Mr. Dale read the Scriptural passages. Mr. Caul in his tribute to Mr. Shipley made reference to death as being a true ally of religion. He referred to the fact that even the longest span of life, such as Mr. Shipley's 76 years, is but a twinkling of an eye in comparison with the eternity of after-life. Included among the family at the services were the aged widow and her more aged mother, Mrs. Maxson, also a former resident o£ Iowa Falls Mr. and Mrs. Lester Armstrong and their sons, William and Philip, and a brother, Leo Shipley of Flagstaff, Arizona. Pall bearers were Wade and Reed Nelson of Cedar Rapids, D S. Triplett of Ames, Fred E Smith of Zearing, and Dr. J. L Pauley and W. Earl Hall of Mason City. 2 Tall Men Testify in St. Joseph as Wadlow Brings Suit ST. JOSEPH, Mo., (#)-- Six footers were midgets in St. Joseph Thursday. Seated in federal court as the plaintiff in a $100,000 libel suit was 8 foot, 8 inch Robert Wadiow, of Alton, 111. The defendant, Dr. Charles Humbert, of Barnard, Mo., introduced two tall men to testify he was an authority on "giantism." One, J. R. Eruch, 32, of El Paso Tex., said he was 7 feet 6V. inches tall. The other, Glenn Hyder, 40, of Kansas City, said he was "over 7 feet." The basis of the suit is a magazine article by Dr. Humberd about 21 year old Wadl MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE We Want USED FORDS, PLYMOUTHS, CHEVROLETS, HUDSONS, HUDSON TERRAPLANES "IST m r r NATE LAFINER Owner It's a fact! There's no trick to this offer and we're not fooling! We actually do have a shortage of used cars, and we need more to keep up our volume of used car sales. That's rare good news to owners, for it means we'll go the limit to give you a good trade- in deal on a new 1939 Hudson. It's just like extra cash in your pocket. Here's the chance of a lifetime to get a new car at a bargain!. Frankly, a situation like this doesn't occur every day and we don't know just how long our special offer will last. So hop in your car and bring it down for us to look at. There's a beautiful new, safer Hudson waiting to take you for a trial spin. COME ON M C?TY N ! We mean business ,.. let us prove it! AND N O W . . . HUDSON PRICES START AT delivered in Detroit, equipped to drive; including Federa! taxes, not including state and local ta-tcs, it any. Low time payment terms, -with new Hudson-CI.T. Plan. Prices subject to change without notice. FOR BEAUTY, COMFORT AND SAFETY NO OTHER CAR CAN EQUAL. DRIVE A ^ HUDSON! LAPINER MOTOR COMPANY 125 South Delaware Phone 11 82 Mason City, Iowa Air: fa Listening H. H TELLIN' YA: With music by the Hamilton col- Jege girls chorus and talks by two prominent Mason the Legion hour over KGLO continues its interesting series Thursday Irora arAUKITZ LUNDHOLM Girls Sing at 7:30 p. m. COLUMBIA BEOADCASHNO SYSTEM NETWORK 1210 KJLOCXCLES Thursdoy P. M. 5:15 Singin' Sam, Coca Cola 5:30 Uncle Nick's Junior Music Hall 6:00 News of the Nation, P. G. and E. 6:05 Soils of the Pioneers, Poultry Tribune 6:15 Jjm Woods' Sports Camera 6:30 Stop and Listen -· 7:00 News, United Home Bank 7:05 The North Iowa Forum 7:15 The Town-Crier 7:30 American Legion Program 8:00 News 8:15 Music for Men, U. E. I. 8:30 Music by Cugat 9:45 On With the Dance 9:00 Little Theater Drama . 9:30 George Hall's Dance Hall 9:45 American Viewpoints, CBS 10:00 Evening News Roundup 10:15 Jimmy Dorsey's Orchestra, CBS 10:30 "Wayne King's Orchestra, CBS ' ' 10:4a Henry Busse's Orchestra CBS 11:00 Sammy Kaye's Orchestra, CBS 11:30 Leighton Noble's Orchestra CBS 12:00 Sign O££ Friday, March 10 6:00 The AJarm Clock Hour 6:45 Morning News Roundup 7:00 Time and Tunes 7:15 The Chapel of the Air, Burroughs A, Waltrip 7:30 Home Folks Frolic, Iowa Master Breeders 7.-4D Musical Clock, Merkei's 8:00 Richard Maxwell, CBS 8:la Today in Osage, Osage Merchants 8:45 Musical Clock, Nash. Coffee Company 9:00 Pretty Kitty Kelly, Wonder Bakers, CBS 9:15 Clear Lake on the Air, Clear Lake Merchants fl:30 Organ Reveries, Innes 9:45 Charles City on the Air, Charles City Merchants 10:00 Melody Time, Mier Woll and Sons 10:15 The Parade o£ Bands 10:30 The Morning Concert, Vance Music Company 10:45 The Church in the Wildwood, Marshall and Swift 11:00 Home Town News with Hank Hook, Iowa Shoe Brokerage 11:15 Mystery Melody Game 11:30 Markets .1:45 Mid-day Review 12:00 Mac's Truckers 12:30 Front Page News with-Pat P a t t e r s o n , International Harvester Company 12:45 Hank Hook on the Street, Pritchard Motor Company 1:00 Stanley Hickman Serenades, CBS 1:15 The Town Crier 1:30 The American School of the Air, CBS 2:00 U. S. Marine Band, CBS 2:30 Keyboard Concert, CBS 3:00 Daily Devotions 3:15 Matinee Prominade. CBS 3:45 Al Bernards' Merry Minstrels, CBS 4:00 Ruth Carhart, Songs, CBS 4:lo Men Behind the Stars, CBS 4.-30 Christian Science Program 4:45 Mail Bag 5:15 Singjn' Sam, Coca-Cola 5:30 Lone Ranger, Pfaff Baking Company 6:00 News of the Nation, P. G and E. 6:05 Sons of the Pioneers, Poultry Tribune 6:15 Jim Woods' Sport Camera 6:30 Wonder Show With Jack Haley, Wonder Bakers, CBS 7:00 News, United Home Bank 7:05 The North Iowa Forum A W. Stubbs 7:15 The Town Crier 7:30 Master Singers 7:45 George Hall's Dance Hall 8:00 News 8:15 Music for Men, U E I 8:30 Tropical Moods 8:45 Old Refrains 9:00 9 O'clock Refrains. 9:30 Symphony Orchestra. CBS 10:00 Evening News Roundup 10:15 Don Roths Orchestra, Surf 10:30 Wayne King's Orchestra, CBS 11:00 Ben Bernie's O r c h e s t r a CBS 11:30 Little Jackie Heller's Orchestra, CBS 12:00 Sign Off About 45,000 blind persons have been provided with radio sets and relay installations by the British "Wireless for the Blind" fund, 7:30 to 8 p. m. Is Legion Speaker The program is in charge of Mrs. G. E. Allbee, radio chairman of the Auxiliary; The subject of welfare, one of 'the major interests of the Legion organizations, will be discussed by George Harrer, long associated with the welfare agencies of Mason City. John Wallace, director of the city's accident prevention bureau, will continue the highway safety lessons on the subject of Stopping and Parkins'." * * * Singin' Sam Singin' Sam booms out Thursday at 5:15 p. m. over KGLO with "Jealous," "Dealer o£ 'Dreams," "It Looks Like a Big Night," and "At the Close of a Long, Long Day." · * : * With Little Theater James Kelso, pictured above, has a leading part in "The Forest," the drama to be'presented over KGLO Thursday at 9 p. m. by the Litile Theater on the Air. Others in the cast are Miss Olga Moon and Andrew Frelund. Sol BenoH-itz is director. * * *. Christian Science "True Riches" is the subject of the Christian Science program which will be heard over KGLO at 4:30 p. m. Friday. This scries of weekly broadcasts is sponsored by the Committee on Publication .for Iowa, and is conducted of present and former readers of the local Christian Science church . . * * » Day's Forum Guest Charles YV. Files, prominent farmer of the Portland community, former Cerro Gordo county legislator and president of the county Farm Bureau, will speak on the North Iowa Forum over KGLO Thursday evening from 7:03 to 7:15. Appearing on the weekly farm spot on the forum, Mr. Files will talk on "Community Co-Opcration." NBO BUTE NETtTOBC COO KILOCYCLES TnURSDAV EVENING 5:30 Lamp Lighting Time 5:45 Weathcr-Kcws 6:00 Easy Aces . · 6:15 Tracer of Ixwt Persons 6:30 Don't You Believe It 6:43 Screcnland Parade 7:00 The Green Hornet, drama 7:30 Bohemian Frolic 8:00 Waltz Time B:3Q America's Town Meeting 3:30 Dr. James Slocum 10 :M News 10:43 Larry Clinton'! Orchestra 11:00 Glen Gray's Orchestra 11:30 Bob Crosby's Orchestra W H O NBO BCD NETWORK 1000 KILOCYCLES THURSDAY EVENING 5:0(1 Captain Midnight 5:lo Dlcfc Tracy 5:30 Jack Armstrong 5-AZ Little OrphAn Annie 6:00 Pete's Mountaineers 6:30 News 7:00 Rudy Valjce / 8:00 Good News of 1938 / 3:00 Bing Crosby / 10:00 Amos 'n' Andy .' 10:15 News 10:30 WaUonal Radio Revival 10:-i5 Dance Music WOULD AID INDIANS WASHINGTON, (#)_One hundred and two thousand dollars for bonefit of the Sac and Fox Indians in Iowa was contained in the interior department appropriation bill reported to the house. The sura included $75,000 for operation of a sanitarium, $2,000 for benefit of tribe from tribal funds, and $25,000 for improvements to heating plant and distribution Enes. House Votes 57 to 43 for Plan to Stimulate Demand for Iowa Dairy Products Bill Now Returns to Senate for Concurrence in One Amendment - DBS MOINES, (£)--Proponents of the dairy prcjmotion bill had to thread their way through a "processing tax" snarl Thursday to obtain house approval for a plan to stimulate the demand for Iowa butter, milk and cheese. The final vote was 57 to 43, one of the closest calls of the legisla- Knudson Makes Quip on "Colorful" Ads DES MOINES, (IP)--Representative G. T. Kuester (R), Griswoia, Thursday crilicized the "colorful" advertising approach to the problem of disposing of Iow-3'dairy supplies. "That color advertising will prove quite an.antidote, I think, to the color used by some lowans in their oleomargarine," was the rejoinder of Representative Herman Knudson (R), Mason City. tive session thus far. Fifty-five votes are needed for a constitutional majority. The bill now. must return to the senate for concurrence in an amendment limiting the promotion plan to this year and next, Would Finance Promotion The measure seeks to levy one cent a pound paid by the producing farmer on all Iowa butterfat shipped from Iowa creameries between May 1 and May 15 this year and next. The resultant fund, estimated at $120,000 annually, would be used in promotion campaign designed to ease the surpluses piled up in the billion dollar Iowa dairy industry. Rep. David A. Dancer (R), Lamoni, estimated that the average cost per farmer would be about 60 cents a year. Opponents of the bill charged it was a "processing tax levied on the poor helpless farmer." Thev tried to amend it by specifying the tax should be paid by the creamery rather than the producer, but the house turned thumbs down on that idea, 59 to 37. They declared the proposal did not have the support of the dairy producer but was only a "scheme supported by ice cream companies and the like to stimulate demand for their products." Assailed by Goode "If these companies and associations want ?125,000 to spend for advertising, let them collect it among themselves," asserted Representative Dewey Goode (R), Bloomfieldi He also charged that the measure would set up "another commission when we campaigned for a reduction and consolidation, of commissions." The tax would be collected and spent under the direction of a dairy commission composed of Secretary of Agriculture Mark G. Thornburg, a representative of the dairy industry division of Iowa State college and nine dairymen, selected on a congressional district basis. "Need to Advertise" Dancer and other supporters of the bill insisted the measure has GUARANTEED TREATMENT FOR TENDER STOMACH Adla Tablets bring quick relief from an acid stomach, pains between meals, indigestion s and heartburn due to excess acidity. If not your money is refunded. Huxtable Drug Co. the support of the majority of Iowa dairy farmers. The house dairy farmer contingent, including Representatives F r a n c i s Schwendemann (R), Duncombe and I. J. Burk (R), Rippey, corroborated Dancer although Representative J. B. Hermsen (D), Carroll, also a dairy farmer, lined up .with the measure's opponents. Representative J. E. Irwin (D), Eoone, suggested that "all good businessmen advertise and we ought to let the dairy interests do so if they want to." V. S.. Consumption Law Dancer pointed out that American consumption of butter averaged 16.7 pounds per capita in 1937, compared with 18.3 in 1932. In Canada^ he continued, the average is 27 pounds, and in New Zealand the figure is 32 pounds. The Feb. 1 butter carryover was 111 million pounds, he continued, compared with a normal figure of 31 million pounds at that time of the year. Dancer also said the idea is similar to promotion campaigns used by Florida, Idaho, Washington, Wisconsin and Minnesota to improve the market for agricultural products. Representative A. H. Avery (R), Spencer, opposed the bill because "this method of correcting the situation is dead wrong." "Lean pocketbooks are the reasons why dairy consumption is low," he asserted. CIANO ASKED ABOUT TROOPS Reassures British After Reports Made of Moves in Libya R O M E , (fP)--Concerned over reports of large Italian troop movements to Libya, N o i - t h African colony adjoining French- protected Tunisia, Britain aske Italy Thursday for particulars Authoritative British sources* said Sir Noel Charles, charge 'd'af-'? faires at the British embassy, wasl "greatly reassured" after a-con-3 versation with Italian Foreign? Minister County Galeazzo Ciano. '\ These Sources stressed that the; conference was "very satisfac-l tory." : S The inquiry and discussion were? said to have been based on "the " frightful figures" published in : . Britain, France and Italy on ship- '· ment of Italian troops to Libya and French troops to Tunisia. The British were represented as feeling, as a result of the inquiry, that there was no Immediate danger in North Africa. Richard Austen Butler, British undersecretary of state for foreign affairs, told the house' of commons. 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