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April 12, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 18

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EIGHTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE APRIL 12 1934 APPROVE PLAN TO PAY DEPOSITORS Banking Committee Acts on McLeod Bill; 131 Sign Vote Petition. WASHINGTON, April 12. UB-- The house banking committee today approved legislation to pay off depositors in closed national banks but limited the amount which may be paid in full to 52,500. This action came as 131 names were obtained to a petition to force the measure by Representative McLeod (R., Mich.) out of the committee to the house floor for a vote. A total of 145 signatures is required for that procedure. " Also, Speaker Rainey had just ruled that publication of the names Don't endure pimples and blotches. AUaythem quicfclywith pure Resinol Soap aud safe, efficacious Select Your FRIGIDAIRE at MIER WOLF and SONS Many Models to Select From EASY TERMS SAA50 ( -°. mit; ° an 'i sec thc 5J! V~"~ Frigidaire that actually Pits Freight operates on less current DEliVHUED tnan one ordinary lamp, bulb--that pays for itself so quickly by tbfe savings it makes possible. Here are a few features of this Frigidaire '34: Automatic defrosting --you don't have to remember to turn it on again after defrosting. Auto- made ice tray release--the ice trays glide from die freezer at a finger touch; A frozen storage compartment. Unusually large food space, with extra provision for tall bottles, Lifetime Porcelain interior. Gleaming Dulux exterior finish. Thousands of women already are boasting, "Ours is a Frigidaire '34." EYERT TEW THE BEST OF THE TEiB FRIGIDAIRE '34 A PRODUCT OF GENERAL MOTORS Mier Wolf Sons MASON CITY, IOWA Thomas Refrigeration Co. J25 First St. S. E. Mason City, la. 4-1)0 of the signers would be "improper' until the full 145 were obtained. Payment In Closed Banks. The provisions in the bill, as they now stand, provide for payment to depositors in all national, state and private banks which were closed oa or after Jan. 1, 1930 up to 52,500. The $2,500 payment also applies to banks which are now closed, or which have reorganized or reopened without payment in full. During discussion of Rainey's ruling, Representative Blanton (D., Tex.) asserted: "This violation of the rules was made by the Hearst newspapers. No cne knows better what the rules oi the house are than the Hearst newspapers. The speaker on his own motion should appoint a committee to .find out who gave that list of names to the Hearst newspapers." Blanton Scores Hearst. When Rainey made his ruling, without appointing a committee or without naming Hearst, a republican member--Rich of Pennsylvania --asked "what are you going to do about it?" Blanton retorted that "Mr. William Randolph Hearst ought to be sent to jail for 30 days" for "violating" house rules, Under the measure, the Reconstruction corporation would take an assignment to the depositors' ac count for the amount paid. For the remainder of the claim the Reconstruction corporatioii would be authorized to advance loans at 3 per cent interest to the liquidating agent of a closed bank for 85 per cent of the present value of all remaining assets. Nichols Making Plans for Pilot Knob Camp FOREST CITY, April 12.--Capt. R. J. Nichols, who will be in charge of the CCC camp at Pilot Knob this summer was in Forest City Thursday making arrangements for the camp. Butter production in Australia is beraWng all records. FABRICS ARE DIFFERENT/ t "Smart" doesn't begin to describe them . . . "Stylish" is only half of it ... "Different" . . . all of that, and more! We're waiting to show you something really new! Including of Course GRIFFITH SCORES NEW DEAL PLAN Big Ten Athletic Chief Is Believer in Rugged Individualism. DES MOINES. April 12. UP)-Maj. John L. Griffith, athletic commissioner of the western conference, today declared himself an opponent of the "new deal" philosophy. In his spsech prepared for delivery before the Drake relays mass meeting in Shrine auditorium this afternoon, he attacked government trends sponsored by the Roosevelt administration in an analogy of political and economic thought with athletic competition. Major Griffith, honorary referee this year for the relay meet which he founded 25 years ago, was the principal speaker for the meeting, sponsored by the Drake Relays committee. Opposes Leadership. From the -very outset of his speech, Major Griffith established his desire to speak out against the "new deal" leadership. "I always like to have an excuse to come to Des Moinea, this time I wanted to talk you about a matter that has been puzzling me," be said. "I have been reading the speeches and writings of some of the learned men in Washington and I have found that these men think this is a pretty bad sort of country. "They imply that most of our successful men, whom they call creditors, accumulated their wealth by .dishonest methods and in some way or other violated rights of that honest group called debtors." Attacks .Subsidies. In his criticism of "new deal policies, Major Griffith's strongest attack was against government sub sidy plans to aid farmers On this point he said: "We will find some day that the government can no more guarantee a man a living in farming or as a mechanic than a coach can guarantee a boy that he will win the IOC yard dash if he tries out for track." Maintaining always his analogy between athletic competition and the political thought of the "new deal," Major Griffith also attacked the tendency to supplant "rugged individualism" with a 'soak the winner" policy to make the successful carry along the unsuccessful. Belongs to No Party. "I arn neither a republican nor a democrat," Major Griffith said at a breakfast in the Des Motaes club this morning, "but I do believe in the old idea of rugged individualism." "I think the people in this country have gone soft. They look for an easy way out and when they do that they are willing to sell their liberty for a few dollars. "I think a roan has to learn to fight for himself if he's going to amount to anything. We won't be much of a people if we're going to *et the government to do all our lighting for us." Fire Damages Roof on R. Hinton Residence Fire, starting in the attic of the R. G. Hinton. residence, 115 Fifth street southwest, burned the hip off one end of the house and most of he inside of the attic before it was stopped by firemen. The blaze was reported at 10:30 o'clock Thursday morning. The building is owned by Walter Veech. CITY BRIEFS Merle Hopkins, local man who has been at a Civil Conservation corps camp near Salem, Mo., returned to Mason City Wednesday. Bids for the Installation of chair rails in the Federal building were opened Thursday morning by R. G. Bergstrom, superintendent of fed- era! construction for this district. ?he bids, four in number, ranged rom $697 to ?1,285. E. E. Bhlers of Mason City was low and will be awarded the contract subject to approval from Washington, D. C., officials. Reglna G. Barry was granted a divorce Thursday from Michael J. Jarry on grounds of desertion and cruel and inhuman treatment. David Adney, 19, and Blora Reeder, 16, both of Waukon, were held by Sheriff J. M. Robertson Thursday for officials of Waukon. The '.ouple ran away from home about 3 o'clock Wednesday morning, planning to be married at Mason City. They were arrested Thursday upon ieir arrival in Mason City. Sir. and Mrs; Henry C. Wurzer, president of the Black Hawk hotel ·ompany of Davenport, accompanied jy Mr. Wurzer's mother, Mrs. F. H. Wurzer of Detroit, Mich., were guests at the Hotel Hanford Wed- lesday evening on their journey from Des Molnes to Minneapolis. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES ALGONA, April 12.--Marriage licenses were issued to Joseph Stinberg and Viola Schultz, both of Elmore, Minn.; to Lyle Blair of Led; yard and Hattie Paterson of Swea Ctfty; to Martin J. Vollman of Bode and Loerna V. Stattelman of Ottosen; to Joseph Osten and Hilma Mikkelson of Crystal Lake, Minn. Not Basic Crops. DES MOINES, April 12. W-Flax, rye and barley apparently will not be treated as basic commodity crops in 1934, Secretary Ralph Smith of the Iowa Corn-Hog committee, said here. Americanism: Making fun of the old-fashioned Sunday school; building nicer prisons to reform young criminals.--Cedar Rapids Gazette. Automobile Stolen From Fifth Street and South Federal An automobile owned by Alvin Johnson, 331 Indiana avenue southeast, was reported stolen from where it was parked at Fifth street and South Federal avenue Wednesday. The car is a black Ford V8 sedan, 1932 model, equipped with four U. S. tires and one new Firestone. The car is registered 17--4765. MASON CITYANS WILL BROADCAST Two Music Teachers to Take Part on Program at Chicago. Mason City musical enthusiasts will have the opportunity Friday night to hear a nationwide broadcast of a chorus from Chicago, in which two local music teachers will be members. The Misses Ellen Smith, music supervisor in the local high school and Lincoln junior high, and Mildred Jackson, music supervisor in the elementary grades, are the Mason Cityans who will be part of the great chorus. The concert part of the program of the Biennial Supervisors' convention of the National association of music instructors, which the local teachers are attending, will be broadcast over the WJZ network of the NBC system from 9:15 to 10 o'clock Friday evening. Hollis Dann, nationally known professor of music, who teaches in the east, will conduct the chorus. He will be assisted by the Lane high school orchestra of Chicago, with Oscar W. Anderson, conducting. Many other events have been held in the convention's program, and the five day conclave which ends Friday has been one of continuous activity, as described by Miss Smith in a letter to one of her pupils, Madalynne Powell. A. R. Link Held on Charge of Driving While Intoxicated A. R. Link, 22 Monroe avenue northwest, waived preliminary hearing Thursday morning before John C. Shipley, police judge, on a charge of operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated. Link was arrested at the intersection of First street and Delaware avenue northeast, about 7 o'clock Wednesday evening. Forest City Man's Eye Injured When Steel Pierces It James Gambell, Forest City, is conif ned at the Park hospital at Mason City, suffering from an injured right eye, which was pierced by a liece of steel. The steel flew from disc Mr. Gambell was sharpening Wednesday afternoon. The steel was ;aken from the eye Thursday morning. DICK SEE says "Pulliri Together Keeps From Pulliri Apart" 'Here we are in the era of a New Deal, speakin' from a National standpoint. Whether or not we like it. we all got to admit those fellers in Washington are pullin' together to get this country out of the depression. It'd be a mighty good idea if more of that was practiced in our town. We all need to get together, talk things Over and make up our minds what ought to be done and then DO it. 'It don't make any difference what line you are in. Your local competition isn't what's botherin' you. There's business here for all if our money is kept at home. Let's work to build our town by pullin 1 together." 'Dixie Gasoline and Oils are sold from Home-Owned Stations only. You get another chance at Dixie Dollars because they are Hcme Folks." Log Cabin Oil Co. The Home of High-Test Gas at Low-Test Price 100% HOME OWNED CO-OPERATION IN PLAN STRESSED Deputy Schwob Gives Talk to Kiwanians on Program of Conservation. Co-operation of all lowans and particularly the farmers is essential to successful completion of toe 25 year conservation program declared Fred T. Schwob, state deputy game warden, in an address Thursday noon to the Kiwanis club in Hotel Hanford. In establishing refuge for wild life, all problems come back to the farmer for he has control of the land, he said. Deputy Schwob pointed out that the farmer should feel secure on his land before he can be expected to participate in a long time development of conservation. The program is not expensive and involves only letting marginal lauds grow naturally to develop cover and to join in the work of letting erosion control and reforestation be carried on. Had Steadily Diminished. Mr. Schwob sketched the history of wild life in Iowa, showing it had steadily diminished. In the last 20 to 25 years many natural beauties were despoiled. In recent years an extensive campaign to get every available acre into crops producing land resulted in tilling much land that is now found to be unprofitable for crops. Highlights of the 2 year conservation program were given by Mr. Schwob as he pointed out three features, erosion control, wise use of surface water and reforestation. Not only for sportsmen, but for the general public, this program seeks to help lowans, providing recreation facilities and natural beauties. Should Control Shooting. Id establishing upland game, he stressed that tile farmer should control the-crop of birds and halt shooting when so many have been taken off, so that some will remain to reproduce for the following year. . President W. E. Long expressed appreciation for co-operation in the Good News for _ Kidney Sufferers! Here b relict that COM riiht into the irritated kidney And Madder oreans w quicldy, you can actually SEE results tnthin a few hours. Flushei out pouoiu, neutralizes burning adds, brinn prompt noothins comfort. No more adiinK bacJCj weak bladder, »ore painful joints from lack of la'dncy activity. Ask dnlJKist for Foley Pills-take no other. MOBOT back viarutet. C1933 Hobby show which the club sponsors. Guests were James Lednan, Arnold Rockvam, who moved here from Sioux Fall's, S. Dak., to become manager of the Jewel Motors company,, W. F. Karges of Storm Lake, and Lloyd Wilson, Clark Cage, Melvin Decker and Bob Brisbine, who were outstanding in the hobby show. Letter Rate to Be Required on Reply Cards, New Ruling Local postoffice authorities were directed Thursday by a communica- tidn from the postmaster general's offices in Washington, to require the letter rate of postage on all double or reply cards where it is obvious that the so-called reply portion is designed for any other purpose than to be used by the recipient on replying to the sender. Bona fide double cards will still be accepted at the one cent rate in cases in which it can be reasonably expected that the reply card will be used, according to the official order, which is designed to stop the practice of persons and concerns of sending out monthly statements and similar materials on double post cards although the so-called reply half of the card is not intended to be used in making a reply. Fire Causes Damage. GLENVILLE, Minn.--A small amount of damage was caused at the Armer Halderson home, 2% miles west of town by fire when caught in the ceiling from the stove pipe. . __ N. D. A. Causes Much Grief In fact serious danger may follow if it is not stopped. N. D. A. (Nocturnal Disturbance Act) or bladder irregularity at night can be relieved by flushing out the impurities and excess acids which cause the irritation that wakes you up. Make this 25c test. Get a box of Bukets, the bladder laxative. They contain bu- chu leaves, juniper oil, etc., and work on the bladder similar to castor oil on the bowels. After four days if not satisfied go back and get your 25c. If bothered by burning, leg pains, backache, frequent desire, you are bound to feel better after this flushing and you get your regular sleep. Bukets guaranteed by Casey Drug Co., Michael Drug Co., and Huxtable Drug Co. LAIRD'S SHOES ARE IN TUNE With the Times and the Trend LAIRD'S 14 E. STATE SX. Where Shoes Are Really Fitted BIGGEST BUY AmTbu/n,/ J -^"~~- · ~i^~-- */ PHILCO 848 $20 EASIEST TERMS See our complete (election of new 1934, PBILCOS NeTr,attractively designed Baby Grand i in two-tone maple cabinet. Includes special Electro-Dynamic Speaker and many other big-set features. Receives police calls as well as regular broadcasts. See and hear it NOW! P. G. E. FLAT WALL FINISH $1.59 , M. gal. Interior GLOSS PAINT Steel Fish- /· Q c and Level Winding QO( CJ v up Reels, as low as vO ing: Rod ....... ~ Garden HOSE 50 Feet $259 GARDENRAKE LAWN MOWERS WHILE THEY LAST 16 Inch Light weight Bake that will bear punishment N. L. MICHAELS Owner We Carry a Complete line of Kitten Balls 39c and up Young Democrats to Hold County and City Meeting Monday Night The Young Democratic club of Cerro Gordo county will hold a joint county and city meeting Monday evening at democratic headquarters in the Luke Miller Sterling building. The meeting will be called at 7:30. County delegates to the state con- ventiion to be held in May will be elected at this meeting. Local officers for a Young Democratic club of Mason City will be elected also at the meeting and this local unit will help supplement the other units already instituted at Clear Lake, Dougherty and Rockwell. Arrangements will also be made for the informal group of delegates who plan to attend the fourth district meeting to be held at Cresco, Tuesday, April 17. Because of the dual city and county nature of the meeting an unusually large meeting is expected and all members of the club throughout the county have been urged to attend. There will be talks and entertainment on the program. Goss Will Save You Money... Stop in at the Joe Goss store. Look over the furniture and rug displays. Note the attractive prices. See how you can SAVE money here. COMPARE! It will pay you. Joe Goss FURNITURE STORE 213 South Federal Ave. FINK'S SMART APPAREL SAMPLE COAT AND SUIT SALE Our buyer just returned from the market and made a sensational buy t»f Sample fur trimmed coats and Spring Suits, which makes it possible for us to offer unequaled values at a price within the reach of all. SAMPLE COATS $ Pox Trimmed Galyak Trimmed i Squirrel Trimmed Many Novelty Cloth Coats ONE OF A STYLE Sizes to 44 VALUES TO $30 SAMPLE SUITS $ Full Crepe Silk Linings NAVX LIGHT BLUE TANS GREYS MIXTURES Values to $25: :. (ONE OF A KIND) SIZES TO 42 " NEW SPRING DRESSES Just Unpacked from Their Wrappings Dance Banquet Silk Ensembles Be one of the first to make your selection (C from this large and *r complete group of ultra new styles. $£90 6 to USE YOUR CHARGE ACCOUNT PHONE 484 15 S. FEDERAL AVE. IT'S THRIFTY TO DUX I v i V\

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