The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 12, 1934 · Page 13
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 13

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, April 12, 1934
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APK1L 12 DEFENDS GERMAN MOVE TO ARMS Paper Says France Has No Right to Astonishment at Action. BERLIN, April 12. W--The Dip- lomatische Korrespondenz said today that if Germany is spending more money for instruments of war--and she is--that's Germany's own business. The newspaper is the mouthpiece of the German foreign office. "What right," the organ demanded, "is there for astonishment in France or anywhere else" that large increases in military appropriations feature the 1934 budget? ' Sixty-one navel craft are being built by Britain and 54 by the United States, the Diplomatische Kor- respondenz said, so it again asked, "why all this fuss about the German budget?" The newspaper reassured the ·world that "Germany has neither the intention nor any possibility of engaging in an armaments race. It sees its duty in providing a' mini- · muni for its own defense." Danger of Releasing Exotic Game Stressed DES .MOINES, April 12.--William Schuenke, supervisor of game and deputies for the Iowa Fish and Game commission, in a statement to the press warns of the danger in the practice of individuals and groups purchasing or obtaining game not native to Iowa and releasing it to the wild in hopes to get the species started in the state. Schuenke in his statement says: ' The danger in releasing species of game, particularly birds, to the wild which are from foreign countries or from other parts of the United States, lies in the transfer of disease and parasites to our native species of game. Many foreign species are affected with diseases which will prove fatal to our native species. Persons who are interested in stocking un-native species of MAY BE QUIZZED Dr. William A. YVirt of Gary, Ind., suggested to a house of representatives committee that, Brig. Gen. William I. Westervelt (above) of Chicago be summoned to enlighten the committee on points raised by Wirt concerning alleged plans of certain Boosevelt advisers to overthrow the existing social order. (Associated Press photo.) ·/ -* »l i fe m ;' K W. It W I': »/' (I jame would do the native game of [owa a great good if they would ask Jie advice of game experts with the Iowa Fish and Game commission before releasing such game," concludes Schuenke. Show Pictures on Norway FOREST CITY, April 12.--One of the latest motion pictures of Norway will be presented at Waldorf college Saturday evening at 8 o'clock. This is the latest film produced by Mr. Selvig, noted Norwegian film producer and comes highly recommended by educators, the press and tne rJergy. It includes pictures of the fjords, mountains and valleys, fishing and whaling industries, sport events and other interesting features of the "Land of the Midnight Sun." EDUCATORS LAUD STUDENT PLAN Amounts o! Aid to College Needy in North Iowa Are Announced. WASHINGTON, April 12. UP)-Widespread praise from educators of the student emergency relief plan has been the result of the federal emergency relief administration's efforts to aid needy students, preliminary reports to Harry L. Hopkins, relief administrator, revealed today. Reports from educators indicated, Hopkins said, that the money enabled many excellent students to continue their work and that in many cases it rescued them from numerous privations they had suffered to remain in school. The relief administrator reported that 70,276 students in 1,207 colleges are eligible for monthly payments of $1,017,612 during- the remainder of the school year. Under the allotments 64 Iowa schools are granted ?27,1G8 to aid 1,808 students; 18 schools in Nebraska receive 515,825 to aid 1,055 students; and 16 in South Dakota receive $6,135 for 409 students. The figures for North Iowa institutions follow: Month. Al't. School Jobs Req. Waldorf College 16 ?240 Fort Dodge Jun. College 13 195 Decorah Girls College 5 Public Jun. CoI.-Elkader.. 4 CO Eagle Grove Jun. College 5 75 Ellsworth Junior College 7 105 Luther College ..27 ' 405 Upper Iowa University 17 205 Estherville Jun. College 6 90 Webster City Jun. Col....4 60 Mason City Jun. College 18 270 Waukon Junior College..6 90 Britt Public Jun. College 3 45 Emmetsbiirg Pub. J. Cl. 3 45 Asked to Direct Singing. HUMBOLDT, April 12. CP)--Ralph D. Cook, First Congregational church chorister, has been invited to direct the singing at the annual convention of International Rotary clubs to be held at Detroit, Mich., this year. BUY HERE AND SAVE FR 30c BROMO SELTZER. 23c Skin Balm Size... 29C Prep SOc Jar Baby Oil 504 Size. 17c 35c DAY-SATURDAY SALE! 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Other officers are vice president, Mrs. Clarence Bremor; secretary, Lucile Torgeson; Ethel Anderson, treasurer. The program included readings and songs by the fifth grade children, address on "The Child, Home and School," by Mrs. Jens Grothe and illustrated lecture on dental hygiene by Miss Edith Holmstrom of the University of Iowa. Some of Parents Will Underwrite Annual for High at Charles City CHARLES CITY, April 12.--Following a revision of plans an annual will be published for the senior class this year. Not until some of the parents offered to underwrite partly the publication was it decided to publish a yearbook. Owing to the lateness of the date, the sponsors and committees will have to put intensive work on the copy to have it ready in time. Miss Charlotte Magdsick and Mrs. Ruth Melcher are the sponsors for the 117 graduates. The annual will be the usual s:ze, 36 pages and seniors will have individual pictures. Those who. will supervise the work as follows: Editorial staff: Donald Smith, Eleanor O'Neill, Norma Brown, Gladys Lambert and Dean Sherer. Snap whots--Dale Schneider, Clara Peters Und Evelyn Reckner. Typists, Marion Robert, Marcella Meinzer and Ella Rasmussen. Business staff, Kenneth Coacher, Marie Prankenfield, Robert Auringer, Joe Cerwinski, Marjorie Moore, Clyde Dobbs. CHARLES CITY BRIEFS CHARLES CITY, April 12.--F. E. Hartley received word that his sister-in-law, Mrs. Lou Hartley, was killed in an automobile accident in Evansville, Wis. He could not attend the funeral on account of ill health. Virginia Castle will go to Eldora Friday night to compete in the state declamatory contest. Her selection will be "The First Day at School" which she was asked to give Tuesday at the Wa-Tan-Ye club meeting. Mrs. A. B. Fluegel's group of the Congregational church club \vlll be entertained Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. F. Tilden. A group of members of the Cedar Valley Rebekah lodge motored to Mason City yesterday forenoon to attend a school of instruction at the thirty-first annual session of the northern district. Theo Perry of Troy Mills was discharged by Justice John McGeeney for want of evidence after he was brought hero by Sheriff B. F. Atherton Sunday. He was charged with a criminal attack. Melvin Springer was granted a divorce by Judge J. J. Clark from Lillian Springer on the grounds of cruel and inhuman treatment. They were married in Jacksonville, Fla., and have no children. Get Essay Prizes. CHARLES CITY, April 12.--Fourteen students read their essays yesterday morning in the high school auditorium before an assembly of students and W. C. T. U. members. Three winners, June Wiltse, Robert Hubcr and Helen Case were awarded prizes by the W. C. T. U. The essays were written about the effects of alcohol and tobacco on the human body as part of a project carried on by the W. C. T. U. every vear. Forest City Chapter of P. E. 0. Organized GARNER, April 12.--Chapter FN of the local P. E. O. assisted the chapter from Lake Mills organize and initiate an original chapter at Forest City yesterday. Mrs. Maude Cooper, Iowa State organizer of Boone, was in attendance. A program of music, talks and dinner were features. Mrs. I. C. Hastings is president and Mrs. Carl O. Roe is vice president of the Garner chapter. ' NEW HAMPTON. April 12.--The NEW HAMPTON, April 11.--The George P. Smith company, Charles City, filed a petition in equity against St. Boniface church, Ionia, Cedar Rapids Life Insurance company and the S. B. Bellamy Lumber company. Inc., Nashua, asking foreclosure of a mechanic's lien amounting to $2,452.64 and interest at 6 per cent since Oct. 20, 1932. FAULKNER HOST AT DEMO RALLY Franklin Jeffersonian Club Meets; Shafer, Sharpe Give Talks. FAULKNER, April 12.--A democratic rally was held here Tuesday evening by the Franklin county Jeffersonian club, which was attended by about 60 persons. Visitors were present from most of the towns in the county. Talks were given by Howard Shafer and Attorney J. J. Sharpe of Hampton. Candidates for nominations at the primaries were presented. Shambaugh Tells of Constitutions, IOWA CITY. April 12.--Ready for use as a reference volume for Iowa history week April 16-20, a new book. "History of the Constitutions of Iowa," has been written by Prof. Benjamin F. Shambaugh. head of the 'University of Iowa's political science department. ANY GASOLINE MANY PPM Here is the most convincing, most daring offer ever made Diamond station today. Tell tKe agent you want to make in proof of the performance of any motor fuel. It is made the D-X mileage Test. He will explain it to you and will possible only because D-X is truly a different type of prod- give you a D-X Money-Back Guarantee Bond. 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