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Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, February 24, 1937
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* TWELVE f J' 1 SPORTS S ^GAZETTE BREVITY DRAWN FROM CUP RACE Widener Entry Goes Lama in Workout for Track Classic'of South. MIAMI, Fla., (UP) -- Brevity, four year-old, bay .colt which was a prohibitive favorite in future books on the . Widener challenge cup race March 6, Wednesday was withdrawn from the 550,000 stake by his owner, Joseph E. Widener. The colt, rated at 7 to 2 for the Widener atter a series o£ sensational workouts, pulled up lame, Widener said. Brevity, which ran to a smashing triumph in the Florida derby last year and stumbled to finish second in the Kentucky derby, had been allotted top impost for the Hialeah park feature. Widener said the colt suffered a recurrence of an injury received in. the Kentucky Derby, last year when bumped by Indian broom. The colt has not gone to the post since last spring, when he ran fourth in the Belmont, after lead- left Klwood MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 24 · 1937 New Floods Sweep Illinois ing to the stretch. His withdrawn' · · »·.«.*«*. i* ir t". .ulWUUU Sachsenmeier's Roman Soldier the favorite for the Widener. Luther Ready to Try for Place in League ; Race on Tough Jaunt DECORAH -- A crucial t w o game road line faces the Luther college Norsemen this week-end, when they meet Simpson on Thursday evening and the Central Dutchmen on the following night. The Norse must come through with victories in both of these contests to stay in the conference race, as their schedule calls for but in addition to these, that being with Columbia on the home floor March 2. Coach Peterson's men have defeated both of these quints on the Norse floor, edging out a three point victory over the, Methodists and turning back Central by a larger margin. Each of these teams is dangerous on its home court, so the Norsemen must be in top form in order to turn the trick. TWO SQUADS IN DIOCESE SCRAP r Algona and. Emmetsburg [i_ Cagers Come Through Opening Round. SIOUX CITY DIOCESE Basketball Tournament. At Fort Dodge. FIRST ROUND Trinity Prep (Sioux City) 38; SI. Job SI. Cecilia's (Alrona) 21; Our Lady ol uood Counsel (Fonila) 17. ' Sacreil llearl IFor't .Mary's (Itemsenl 1:1. Sacrea Heart Illoone) Contention (Cherokee) III; . Immaculate imh'vn" i ';V" : , mmcUb " ri) 3; s - Coli m b l v i l t e s V a r i n a ) IT. Sacred Hear! (rorahonljil SI); SI Jo- ).er.h'« (Le.M»rj) 1,1. SI. Jo Two North'Iowa Catholic basketball teams stayed in the running as the first round of the bioux City diocese tournament was completed at Fort Dodge Tuesday. St. Cecelia's of Algona won from Our Lady of Good Counsel of Fonda, 24 to 17, while ,St. Mary's of Emmetsburg won ?o° m St.CplumbkiUe's of Varina, d tO J./, St. John's of Bancroft, was.beat- s' °y Trinity Prep of Sioux City, MOVIE PARADE By D. B. K. No Ladder Neede GAUBO AT BEST IN HOLE AS 'LADY OF THE CAMELIAS" I entered tlic '. Cecil theater Tuesday night in a dubious frame of mind as I prepared to review Greta Garfao and Robert Taylor in "Camille," Dubious because I had heard the great Garbo was slipping, and because I doubted whether Alexander Dumas' great love story would.retain its effectiveness after the Will Hays smut- sleuths had censored it. After viewing this story of "The Lady of the Camelias," -I realized that the Swedish star has boosted her standing considerably as a Waterloo Cagers in Win Over L C Team " CHARLES CITY--Our Lady of Victory basketball team of Waterloo defeated Immaculate Conception academy here- Tuesday night 35 to 12. Damge, Girsch-and MulvehiH lead the atack for the winners totaling 3.1 points between them, while Fosdick for Kathryn Hemphill Is : Tops m Coast Event ORMOND BEACH (UP) -Kathryn Hemphill, the husky South Carolina girl who hits 'one of the longest drives in women's golf, equalled.the women's competitive course record with a 73 Tuesday to win the qualifying medal of the South Atlantic championships. Scorning the brisk wind which swept the seaside Ormond Beach links, Miss Hemphill was out in J9 and home in 34 to tie the mark established by Patty Berg in the qualifying test a year ago. Notre Dame Winner · in Marquette Game SOUTH BEND (UP) _ Notre JJame: won its ninth straight basketball game Tuesday by defeating Marquette, 41 to 24, before 3,500 fans. Wolfe of Marquetfe scored two field goals in the last minute of the first period to put the Milwaukee team in the lead 22 to 18 Notre Dame stiffened its defense in the second period and held Marquette to one field goal a long shot by Adams. Johnny Moir, Irish forward, led both teams in scoring with 15 points. Women's Clubs to Hold Convention in Swea City March SWEA CITY--The L Kossutl Women's county Federation of club will meet at the M. E church in Swea City Tuesday March 2, with Lakota Acorn club and Swea City Thursday club as hostesses. The session will open at 10 a m., with Mrs. Ray Stone of Luverne in charge. Noon luncheon will be served by the M. E. Aid society. The afternoon program is in charge of Mrs. Roger Minkel. George R. D. Cramer of Fort lecture on Mr. Cramer is a former minister and Y. M. C. A. director. A reading will be presented '.by Mrs. Ralph Bastian of Fort Dodge. A xylophone duet will be played by Misses Arlette Skromme and Irene Dourte of Swea City. Dodge will give the ''Problems of Youth." the losers scored team's points. .seven of his The score at the third period was 35 to 12, the winners scoring one point while the losers failed to register in the last quarter. Nora Springs Cagers ;Beat Manly in Tests MANLY -- Nora Springs high school defeated Manly in two basketball games here Tuesday night, the boys winning 22 to 17, while the girls took an 18 to IB contest Manly led 7 to 0 as the first period ended in the boys' contest, but the visitors pulled out in front by 11 to 9 at the half. Felker led the local attack with six points. Rock Falls will play a postponed game here Monday night, March 1. Ridgeway Wins One, Ties Second Tussle RIDGEWAY--In a doubleheader engagement with Chester the Ridgeway high school boys' basketball team was victorious 40 to 6. The girls' game resulted in a tie, 22-22. RED OAK WINS RED OAK, 7P)-R fi d Oak Junior college defeated Creston 31 to 22 here Tuesday night. The winners held an 18 to 7 halftime margin. Cage Scores 1HOII SCHOOL HOLY FAMILY 57-11, JOHAWXS.S3-M tmmelsburp 21-32; Mllford 15-13 . cfc,fc, V-|i W * letl "'' a * '· C ' A ' Hampton 20-13; Humboldt 3S-JO ( " scrvcs Nora Sprints SI-IS; Manly 17-1C COLLEGE Noire Dame 41j Marcjtieltc 21 Iowa Wtileyan W; r3rson , 4;, Mornlnjslae 22: South Dakota »o Simpson 47i Central. -15 Columbia 2;T; SI. Ambrose SI Bucna V I s l a i M , Warlbnrr 34 Father Is Held in Jail on Charges of Assault on Family CHARLES CITY--A father has been charged with assault with intent to commit murder on his daughter. The warrant was served late Tuesday on Frank Johnson, who it is claimed, drew a knife on his wife and a daughter, Wilma, 16, and struck her several times, bruising her. The assault was said to have followed a family altercation. Your Federal Income Tax No. 18. Losses From Casualties, Thefts and Wagers. Real Estate Transfers Mat Results Simpson Is Threat to Win Iowa Cage Honors HIGIt SCHOOL. Aljona ;o; Pilon n Photographer.Hurt in Fall. OSAGE--M. H. Vosburg of psage, photographer, slipped and . ? n . ?" icy a PProach on Main street late Monday and broke sev- era ribs on his left side. He was resting more comfortably Tues- I N D I A N O L A impson -- mpson Wednesday -remained a threat to win the Iowa conference basketball title after a 47 to 45 win over the Central quintet Beavers Win- Contest With Wartburg Squad ·WAVERLY,/(/?) --Layman's 25 points paced Buena Vista college to a 56'to 34 victory over Wartburg college here Tuesday night. Iowa Frosh Winners in Postal Track Run IOWA CITY, m _ University of Iowa freshmen track and field athletes defeated Indiana Frosh 64 to 35 in a-postal meet, Coach Ted Swenson announced. The Hawk- eyes took seven first places. SPORTS , CORNELL, WINS MOUNT VERNON, (/P)--Cornell college wrestlers scored five falls and three decisions defeating an Inexperienced GrinnelJ. mat team 34 to 0 hero Tuesday nighl. The Pui-plc garnered falls in the 135; J55, 165, 175 and heavyweight divisions. .:·."... .··'.·'·' . · : . · · Make Long- Call. TITONKA_Dn W. P. Hamstreet was called to attend a patient near Woden Saturday night and while there became snowbound in the blizzard. His son, Watson, was driving for him. They were unable to return home until after dinner Monday. Will 'Spealc on Safety. .WHITTEMORE -- State Highway Patrolmen Joe West and Al bterzing of Algona will give an hour program on highway safety Thursday afternoon at 1 o'clock in the Wnitlomorc public school and I'.nday. afternoon at 2:30 in Ihe Presentation academy. First in 18 Years. NORTHWOOD--Leon B. Barno« business manager of the Northwood Anchor,.who is quarantined aMiis home on North Eighth street with an an attack of scarlet fever is absent from his office for the first time through illness in 18 years. Uses Skis to Go to School. OSAGE--Doris Allison, teacher at the May rural school near Osage, used skis to school Monday and Tuesday morning and hopes to ^continue to school this way uniil the roads are opened. Her brother takes her two of the three miles she lives away from the schoolhouse and she skis the remaining mile. Fessenden, Maynard C. and wf to L. J. Strahan, $1 L 3 B 3, A. H Hampton" junior Cummings' add. to M. C. 2-18-37. Kenyon, D. E. and wf. to W. C Hofer $1 Lots 7, 8, 9 and 10 in B 3, Rogers Sandry add. to Clear Lake. Cahalan, Bridget, to Sarah Cahalan $1 beginning at a point 33 ft. W of the point where the N line of the town of Cartersville intersects the E line of the SEV4 3395-19, thence N 12 rods, thence W 13 1-3 rods, thence S 12 rods thence E 13 1-3 rods to beginning 11-20-36. Ridgeway, Joy, County Treasurer to W. A., Westfall $2326.05 SW/4 SWi/4 except railroad, the NW/4 SW'/i and the SW/ 4 NW'A 28-94-22 2-E-37. Westfall, W. A. wf. to L. A Moe $1 SWA SWA, except railroad; NW'/i SWV 4 ; and SW'/j NWA 28-94-22 2-8-37. Moe, L. A. and wf. to Lawrence J. Kottman $1 -SW/i SW/4, except railroad; NWV* SWA; and SW/4 NWA. 28-94-22 2-16-37. McDonald, Anna to Lawrence J Kottman $1 same as above 2--17 -37. Crane, C. F..and wf. and L. L. Hill and wf. to Donald M. Dye, $1 L 4 B 3, Crane and Hill's First add. to Oakwood Park, Cl. Lk 1028-33. Union Investment company to First Nat'l. bank of Mason City $1 KCD N 100 ft of L 5 and N. 100 ft. of L 6 B 6, Brice : Ong add to Mason City, 2-16-37. First Nat'l. bank, Nora Springs to H. F. Schnedler $307.35 tract of land in E',A SE'/i of 15-96-19 2- Ridgeway, Joy, County Trcasu- urer to Union Investment Co., S69.86 N. 100 ft. of L. 5 and 6 BG Bncc Ong add. to M. C. 2-6-37 Johnston, C. F,, Referee to Sam H.- Schmalle S8000 NWV4 35-94-22 O'Leary, H. A. wf. to Lucile R. Wagner $1 L 229 o£ A. T. Parker's Replat of Lots "A" and Lots 214 to 235 inelu., in Forest Park an add. to M. C. 12-26-36. Thompson, Henry and wife to H A. O'Leary, $1.00. QCD E. 35 of L 4 except the S 10 ft. thereof, in sub of B 27 in sub of part of Clear Lake Camp Meeting Assn. Grounds, Cl. Lk. 12-30-36 Stilson, Ida, to E. E. Claus, SI, N 11 feet of S 22 feet of W 44 feet of L. .4, B. 24, Paul Felt's Plat of Mason City, 11-27-36. Wilkinson, Jessie J., to Estclla M. Thompson $l;00 L 15 B 10 H.. E. ; Francisco's Second Acid to M. C. Feb. 15, 1937. To be deductible, a loss arisin from "fires, storms, shipwreck or other casualty" need not i connected with the taxpayer trade or business. If his home o his automobile is dstroyed b fire, or his summer bungalo damaged by flood or storm h may claim a deduction for th loss sustained. Loss of property by theft u burglary is an allowable deduc tion, and need not be incurred i trade or business. Hence, the los occasioned by the theft of jewelr or an automobile used for pleas are 'and convenience is deductible tt must be established, howevei that the property actually wa stolen. Should circumstances at ending the loss leave the owne n doubt as to whether it wa stolen or lost, the claim wouli lot be allowed. Losses from wagering transac tions are allowable only to thi extent of the gains from sucl ransactions. A loss is deductible only in the ·ear m which it is sustained, even hough, as in the case of a thef ir casualty, it may not be dis- overed until a later year Losses compensated for - by in- urance or otherwise, of course re not deductible. However, In the event the amount of i ^ ---- ---- u . i W M I i k uj, iUisui -- ance is not sufficient to recompense for the loss sustained, the excess of the loss over the amoun of the insurance is deductible In general, losses' for which an amount may be deducted for income tax purposes must be evidenced by closed and completed transactions, fixed by identifiable events, bona fide and actually sustained during the taxabl period for which claimed. Fo instance, a person possessin; stock of a corporation cannot de duct from gross income any amount claimed as a loss merelv on account of shrinkage in value of such stock through fluctuation of the market or otherwise. The oss allowable in such cases is that actually suffered when the stock is disposed of. If stock of a corporation becomes worthless its cost or other basis is deductible by the owner for the taxable yeai i" M 11 "* the stock become, woithless, provided a satisfactory showing is made of its worthlessness. A loss on account of stock n! L W ? rthleSS SS deductible r the taxable year in which nn only a r n w c the stock becomes worthless and ° any other year, regardless not n no income for the year in which the stock becomes worthless against which to apply such i oss . aBainsl Colson, Adviser of Haile Selassie, Dies WASHINGTON, W -Everett A. Colson, Yankee confidante and advjser of Haile Selassie during H con ? u « st of Ethiopia, died -day night. He suffered a breakdown in Euiope last year and had been n George Washington hospital or several weeks. Colson a native of Warren. Me., 0 A ' idls Ababa in , - n Ethiopian emperor's f i n a n c i a l dviscr. He helped raise funds or defense of the African" nation nd. was credited by many with " 1 " o w e . Powel Behind thd krone in Selassie's dealings with he league of nations. Ill With Pneumonia. RAKE--Gerald ' Lund, son Mr. and Mrs. B". E. with pneumonia. of Lund, is ill Visitor at Minneapolis. MANLY--Mrs. Joseph Keenan vas a Minneapolis visitor over the week-end. Near Charles City. AHEDALT3 -- Mr. and Mi-s. Ueorgo Hanson moved to a farm near Charles City Saturday. FORMER ACKLEY MAN IS KILLED Rotgei-s Is Fatally .Injured When Knocked 'Down Leaving Switch. ACKLEY--Relatives in Ackley luesday afternoon learned of the death of Englehart Rotgers, 51 who received a broken neck when the switch engine knocked'him down as he was leaving the switch which he had intended to throw for his freight, but found it had already been set. Mr. Rotgers, an east end brakeman, had been west on an extra, and while goin" through Ackley, talked to his sis- :ers Miss Ruth Rotgers, clerk in :he George Dentel store, and to Mrs. John Shugar, about 11-30 and had told them of his family at Waterloo being in quarantine for scarlet fever. Mr. Rotgers was born in Germany, Oct. 4, 1885; and when 3 years old came to America with his parents, directly to Ackley, which'was his home un- il he began work for the Illinois Central railroad as brakeman 16 ·ears ago. He was married soon after to Atiss Anna Pruisner of Stout who vith four children, two sons, Edvard and Russell; two daughters, Lucile and Irene survive besides wo brothers, Roger Rotgers, Dick Rotgers; six sisters, Mrs. John Shugar, Mrs. Frank Pohlman, Misses Ruth and Katie Rotgers, virs. Henry Boekholder, all of Ackley and Mrs. Floyd Green of Steamboat Rock. MOVIE MENU CECIL -- "CamSlle" though Thursday. ' PALACE--"Woman in Distress" and "The Bold Cabaler- ro" through Thursday. STATE--"Tango" and "Alias Bulldog Drummoml" through Thursday. · STRAND--"Rose Bowl" and "Ladles in Love" through Thursday. ,LAKE- -- (Clear Lake) -"Theodora Goes Wild" through Thursday. result of a really fine portrayal and that the Dumas story has effectively been transferred to the screen without too much censorship. Garbo enacts the role o£ Marguerite Gautier, gay Parisian beauty, loved by many men, who falls in love with the youthful and handsome Armand Duval (Robert Taylor). Theirs is a beautiful love story, sadly interrupted by the advent into the picture oC Armand's father, (Lionel Barry- morn) \yho pleads with iMargue- rite to give his son up. Only when she realizes it is for the best does Marguerite broken-heartedly consent. Probably the most emotional and well acted scene in this drama is the final one, in which Mar- sueriie dies in Armantt's arms. Thougr, it's Taylor who is speaking in that poignant moment, it is Garbo's face which you are watching. Pale with death appearing in its structure, Garbo's face seems to reflect the very moment in which her spirit leaves her body. There are many others who give splendid characterizations in Here's a lad who is a big help to his parents. He is Robert Wadlow, Alton, III., slant, who is eight feet, seven inches tall and weighs 450 pounds. Robert is celebrating: his 19th birthday by washing his mother's windows. No ladder is needed. Drummond," scheduled lor Wednesday and Thursday at the Slain, has been canceled. In ils place the present program will continue through Wednesday and on Thursday "Cavalry" and "Walking on Air" will start, playing through Saturday. Gene Raymond and Ann Sothern are featured in "Walking on Air," Bob Stecle has the leading role in the wcslcrn, "Cavalry." 'CamSlle" but Garbo throughout this great Conditions Delay Wedding of 2 at Lawlei NEW HAMPTON--Joseph Arnold and Rosamond Hereid, both of near Lawler, were to be mar- ied Saturday evening at the Jaude Emanuel Lutheran church. Because of the blizzard they were unable to get there. No date has been set for the wedding. Girl Near Faulkner Is Bitten by Doe FAULKNER--LOIS, 2, daughter f Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Meyer, who ive 4 miles northwest of Faulk- cr, was bitten in the face Sun- ay by their dog. Because of the hzzard and blocked .'roads it was mpossible to get medical attention ntil Tuesday when the county now plow opened the road from 10 Meyer home to Acklcy. $80 Top for Cows. STACYVILLE--Top price paid or cows at the Fred Fischer farm ale northwest of Stacyville was 80. Hogs brought §9.15 and 3 year Id colts $145. They will move on farm near Otranto and AI Pitzen nil move on their place. Schoolhouse Is Fumigated. MANLY--Manly schools were osed Monday and the school- rase was fumigated, another case I scarlet fever having occurred ose Mary Garvey, third grade upil, is its last reported. Ruthannc eid, first grade pupil has been quarantine also for the last cek and a.half. dominates which her potentialities as a great dramatic are realized, o * * "The Bold Cabellero" and "Woman in Distress" form the double feature program which opened Wednesday at the Palace. "The Bold Cabellero," is story of a Robin Hood of (he southwest, is similar to "The Mark of Zorro." May Robson, Irene Hervey and Dean Jagjjcr head the cast J of "Woman in Distress." O fc o RAMBLING ROUND CELLULOID STREET "Newton," a sugar-loving horse, brought a bright blush to the weather-beaten neck 'of Harno Marx as well as running a take for "Day at the Races" on the Metro back lot ... the mummest Marxer had been indulging Newton in his favorite vice, and kept tiie sugar in his hip pocket . . . when Marx turned away in conversation, Newton, who is not very bright, even as. horses go, went atter the sugar on his own hook, but mistook suspender buttons for the delicacy . . . when Harpo mounted to the saddle a minute or two later his thousers stayed on the ground . . . Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., arrived to go to work on a Hollywood picture for the first time in three years . Charles Winninger once toured Michigan as a "high .pitchman" peddling a "worm eradicator" . . . James Stewart is skiing at Yose- ACTION ON BILLS IN STATE LEGISLATURE DES MOINES,.(/P;_Bills introduced and passed in the Iowa house and senate:-Introduced in the house: H. F. 234--By Reilly--Legalizing action by the Dubuque city council in issuing warrants of $20,119 for debts incurred in excess of appropriations and revenues. H. S.. 235--By Reilly-- Authorizing cities under manager plan having population over 30,000 to incur debts in excess of budget appropriations, and to make a levy to produce not to exceed 530,000 to finance WPA projecls H. F. 236--By Pcison--Provid- ing that wages o£ employes under county boards shall not be less than 575 a month. H, F. 237--By Peisen--Provid- ing that in disbarment proceedings if the accusation is dismissed and found in bad faith, the costs may be levied against the accuser H. F. 238--By Morrow, Yager et al.--Providing for local option in the sale of beer. H. F. 239--By Moore and Elliott of Woodbury--Providing cities may levy 50 cents instead of 25 cents for auto inspections, with the fee increased from 50 J cents to $1.00 for yearly charges. H. F. 240--By Morrow--Requiring uniform marriage license rc-c- mite 'Irene' Radio bought the show for Ginger Rogers . . . top number is "Sweet Little Alice Blue Gown" . . . Pete Smith collects skulls . . . James Ellison, graduate of the westerns, is coaching Russel Hayden, who succeeded him in the "Hopatonff Cassldys." The "Tango" mid-week program, and "Alias Bulldog Probably he is not connected, spite of what Mr. Sloan may link, with the Lewis Auto 'recking company, 178 Lewis reel, OH 4-5082.--F. P. A. in ew York Herald Tribune. OLD TIME DANCE FRIDAY "JoT EARL HUNT ORCH. Ladles 2 Go COURT HUSSEY COMING SATURDAY ART KASSELL COMING TUBS., MARCH HELD OVER! BY PUBLIC DEMAND! "The Last of the Mohicans" and "Here Comes Carter" Positively Ends Today! And ^ /*. TODAY IS . ' . 4 «p $ Wednesday $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ Startins Thursday: GENE RAYMOND ANN SOTHERN "Walking On Air' BOB STEELE "Cavalry" Also: "Glister's Last Stand" LAC F R E E -- TO THE LADIES -- ROSES OF SHARON HOT OVEN DINNERWARE . - - »W IRENE HERVEY A Million Dollar Mysfery ENTIRELY IN NATURAL COLOR! 125 Attend Meeting of League at Burt BUHT--About 135 attended the meeting of the Conservation league held in the Legion h a l l M o n d a y evening. Free oyster stew was served to everyone. Joe Lowe, Algona, delivered an address, telling of the work of the league in having union slough set aside as n migratory water bird sanctuary^ A drive for new members is being made and about 110 paid memberships have been obtained up to date. ords and that both contracting parties shall apply for licenses. Passed by House: H. F. 233--By Emergency Legislation committee--Adding S500 to the amount now allowed tenant farmers for exemption from execution. (75 to 16.) Introduced in Senate: S. F. 191--Social Security committee--Providing for a three member unemployment compensation commission instead of a five member board. S. F. 192--By Baldwin--Authorizing a 530,000 levy in Dubuque, Iowa, for a WPA matching fund. S. F. 393--By Baldwin--LcgI- zmg a $20,119.37 Dubuque, Io\va' warrant issue. ' S. F. 194--By Doran--Providing a moratorium against eviction of tenant farmers for non-payment of rent. . S. F. 195--By Corwin--Legalizing a Muscatine county transfer of funds. S. F. J9B-By Shaw and others --Re-enacting the state 2 per cent S- J- I 97 -- B y Hopkins and Husted--Providing for local option on the sale of liquor and-beer S. F. 198--By ' CJuystal--Pre- venting sale of beer within 300 feet of a state park. Passed by Senate: S. F 191--By Social Security committee--Providing for a three member unemployment commission. (47 to 0.) H. F. 7--By Engel and Diete-Providing for printing of separate ballots where voting machines cannot carry all the names o£ candidates. (31 to 0.) S \J - 125---By Dewey--Legaliz- ng Mount Pleasant, Iowa, expenditure tot city jail and fire station. (Jl to 0.) S. F. 118--By Doran--Legaliz- ng a Boone county transfer of funds. (33 to 0.) S. F. 86--By Hoeven--Making yrongtul use of service organiza- lon emblems a misdemeanor. (36 H. F. 21--By Keeney and Lov- ·ien--Permitting school district- o rent textbooks. (34 to 0.) (' Why follow the crowd? It will iacktrack.--Waterloo Courier. WED. - THURS. IRENE DUNNE IN "THEODORA GOES WILD" WITH MELVYN DOUGLAS The gayest romance since Mr. Decfls Went to Town Kids lOc Students 16e Adults Z6c Waff ENDS THURSDAY I'our Heart IVitl Tel: \'ou tls Wonders . . Tour Eyes, FRIDAY ONLY "OUTCAST" Warren ITllliam and Karen Morfey STARTS SAT. WEDNESDAY THIS IS COUNTRY STORE NITE THE GREAT BARGAIN SENSATION Matinee 16c Evening 21 c "LADIES IN LOVE" --with-JANET GAYNOR CONSTANCE BENNETT LORETTA YOUNG SIMONE SIMON Don Ameche Paul Lukas "ROSE BOWL" --with-WILLIAM FRAWLEY ELEANORE WHITNEY TOM BROWN BENNY BAKER

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