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April 17, 1934

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

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APRTL 17 1931 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE AmesCoeds Unconfused in Religion Church, Y. W. C. A., Music : of Campanile Chimes Are Influences. AMES, April 17.--Coeds at Iowa State college aren't "confused" in their religious thinking by the fact that they study scientific courses. So says the "average coed" among 593 who answered a questionnaire recently circulated among women students. The questionnaire is being circulated in about 20 American col- :eges and universities. This average young lady also says that churches are "tie greatest religious influence in college." Second comes the Y. W. C. A., and third music played on the Campanile chimes. Other observations are: The majority of coeds who answered the questionnaire find it as easy to "be religious" in college as in high school. The Bible is "of greatest help" to 175 coeds, although the types of religious books read by the girls vary. The Y. W. C. A. gives most coeds "a satisfactory religious outlet," though music organizations are "inspirational." The majority of coeds attend church regularly or occasionally. Only 13 indicated that they never attend church. Four-fifths of the girls who answered the questionnaire are church members. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES Marriage licenses hava been Issued to Stanley Faltico,- 22, and Dorothy Strand, 19, both of Minneapolis; Earl VV. Bdgington, 25, and Eleanor Hospodarsky, 19, both of Cedar Rapids; and Earl E. Thomp IN COMEDY ROLES Spots and splashes of makeup transformed Don Helbling, left, and Tommy Gregory, into the above results. The two were given comedy roles in the Hill Billy chorus of the Y. W. C. A.'s Tuesday night musical comedy production, "The .World's AH Right." son, and Helen Kent, legal age, both of Mason City. 2 COUPLES MARRIED AT LITTLE BROWN CHURCH NASHUA, April 17.--The Rev. William Kent officiated at the marriages at the Little Brown church Enjoy this garden freshness "MUM" TEA "Fresh from the Gardens" 583 The Season's Formost Fashion Successes! MARVELOUS COATS Special Offering! Gorgeous dressy styles! Smart stitched collars! Beautifully fur- trimmed cuffs, collars and throws! Tailored sports tweeds! Stunning NAVY models! Clever new sleeves! Superior quality and workmanship! Coat values that ·we sincerely recommend ! of Elizabeth Kudrle, Marian, and Clifford J. Cutler, Cedar Rapids; Ella Nystel and Archie Rasmussen, both of Albret Lea, Minn. WHEAT ACREAGE SLASH STUDIED 3 Plans Laid Before World Advisory Group by U. S. Delegate Murphy. ROME, April 17 UP)--Wheat acreage reduction on a worldwide scale was .outlined this afternoon by the world wheat advisory commission. Just at a moment when its labors were about to end, it found itself faced with what is perhaps the most important subject of its meeting. The United States delegate, Frederick E. Murphy, Minneapolis, was responsible for the new development. Telling the committee it had transferred its interest from what was its fundamental function, namely the reduction of production, to a secondary problem, minimum export prices, he demanded it take action on the fundamental question. Murphy laid before the commission three plans. Plan 1 requires a reduction of 250,000,000 bushels yearly or a total of 13,000,000 acres, making an allowance for an increase in the yield of the acreage remaining under cultivation and for intensified cultivation--this is 14 per cent of the total zone in the exporting countries of the United States, Canada, Argentina, and Australia, plus the Danubian countries, and less such help as may be received from the importing countries. Plan 1 requires a reduction of 320,000,000 bushels yearly, or 36,000,000 acres--25 per cent of the acreage zone. Plan 3 requires the reduction of 540,000,000 bushels, or 50,000,000 acres--nearly 35 per cent of the acreage zone in 1933. Two Mexicans Held at Austin Charged With Shoplifting Two Mexicans giving their res- dence as Mason City were charged Monday with shoplifting at Austin, Minn. Frank La Mar pleaded guilty to a charge of petty larceny and was sentenced to 30 days in jail and Alezo Agradrano waived preliminary hearing on a charge of larceny. Both are being held in the county jail at Austin. Mrs. Frank _a Mar was arrested with the others but released -later. The Mexicans ,were taken into custody Saturday afternoon when it was alleged they stole two suits from the Golden Eagle store of Austui. The pair was also alleged to have taken socks and shirts from a Blooming Prairie store. Eleven pairs of socks and several shirts were in possession of the Mexicans when they were arrested. The Mexicans stated that they xvorked in Mason City and had come to Austin in a car borrowed from a friend. FRANK BELOUSEK TO HEAD COUNTY RELIEF EFFORTS Program Expected to Start Soon After Arrival Here Wednesday. Frank Belousek, who has been engaged in engineering work in connection with the CWA program in the southern part of the state, was appointed supervising engineer of the State Emergency Relief administration for Cerro Gordo county Tuesday by E. H. Mulock, Iowa Relief administrator at Des Moines. Roy Martin, secretary of the local office, announced Tuesday that Br. Belousek would be in Mason City Wednesday morning to begin work on the new program. Plans for the new program have been in the making for the past week. L. D. Walter was asmsigned to a similar position in Allamakee county. The total counties to inaugurate the work relief system for unemployed and needy in Iowa reached 64 "Tuesday noon. following conferences at Des Moines with Warren, Wayne and Wright delegations. Warren and Wayne counties agreed upon a work relief program, but delegates of Wright county withheld decision. Counties which adopted the work relief program in conferences today were Foweshiek, Story, Plymouth Emmet, Taylor, Union and Van Buren. Ringgold, Shelby, Sioux and Palo Alto counties will handle their own relief situations without federal aid Tama delegates withheld decision as did Buena Vista delegates who turned for a second conference ISSUE MOTHER'S DAY STAMPS Severe Earthquake Shakes Santa Ana; No Damage Reported SANTA A N A , Cal.. April 17. (.VI --A severe earthquake shock caused ersons to leave their homes and of- ice buildings in Santa Ana today. No damage was believed to have )cen done. The shock was felt at 10:33 a. m. t was the most severe here since he earthquake of March 10, 1933. Reports from Anaheim, a few miles northwest of here, were that he shock was felt slightly, while at Sail Juan Capistrano to the south, it was not felt, thus indicating it was a local shock ccn- ered near here. The first Mother's day stumps to conic off the presses in Washington were dedicated by Postmaster Genera! Farley (left) to Mrs. Franklin D. Koosevc-lt (right). This si.iccial stomp issue Is to be placed on sale earlv In Slay. (Associated Press Photo). Carroll Found Not Guilty of Charge of Reckless Driving DeLoyd Carroll, 19, who resides at 621 Delaware avenue northeast, was found not guilty by John C. Shipley, police judge, Tuesday morning, on a charge of reckless driving. The case developed from an accident which occurred the night of Nov. 8, 1933, on Fourth street southwest near the Denison clubhouse. Information against Mr. Carroll was filed only recently bj S. W Beyer, Mason City. It was alleged that Carroll drove his car into the rear of Mr. Beyer's car in a reckless manner. The car in which Mr. Carroll and his companion were returning from a dance at the Denison clubhouse, collided with Mr. Beyer's car which was parked. F. B. Shaffer was the attorney for the defense and Morris Laird for the state. Decorah Man's Brother Gets NRA Appointment DECORAH, April 17. Colonel G. A. Lynch, brother of Attorney A. C. Lynch of Decorah, has received an Appointment as administrative head of the N. R. A., under Hugh S. Johnson, at Washington. About ten days ago Colonel Lynch was transferred from Governo's Island to iVashington, and assumed his new duties immediately. SEVEN BANKHEADBILL REPORT PASSED Cotton Control Act Sent to President Roosevelt Who Sponsored It. WASHINGTON, April 17. I.Ti--· Congressional action was completed today on the Bankheud compulsory cotton control bill. H now goes to the president who recommended it. The house adopted the conference report approved Saturday by the senate. Cotton production is limited to 10,000.000 bales in the coming year by the bill. It is a. new venture in economic planning and becomes effective upon the president's signature. It may bo extended a second year through presidential proclamation if two thirds of the farmers favor it. The measure imposes a tax on half the current market price, or riot less than five cents a pound, on all cotton produced in excess of ten million bales. H is designed to aid the farm administration in its voluntary cotton production reduction program. In Constant Misery with S? Psoriasis. Healed by Cuticura. "Psoriasis first appeared on my handsTthcn on my face and scalp. It was similar to measles in appearance, and spread rapidly into red patches the size of a dime. I was ashamed to be seen I was in constant misery with the itching and burning sensation and I suffered from loss of sleep. "Treatments failed to relieve this condition and it lasted seven weeks before I resorted to Cuticura Soap and Ointment. I received immediate relief and after using three boxes of Cuticura Ointment with Cuticura Soap I was healed." (Signed) Willie Whalen, 319 Emmett St, Burlington, Iowa, July 27,1933. (gticura SMP EC. Ointment 2S and SOc. Talcum 25c. SoWcverrwh One sample cadi free. Address: "Culicatm L*bor«toric., Dept. D, Maiden, Ma». 3 South Federal Ave. Manslaughter Charge to Be Filed in Death of Man at Ottumwa OTTUMWA, April 17. CD--Roy Goodwin, 38, died in an Ottumwa hospital at S a. m. today after he had been attended there, first for severe head injuries suffered in a fight, April 3, and later for erysipelas. Police Chief Wilbourn M. Hicks said today he would file charges of m a n s l a u g h t e r against Fred ("Swede") Nelson of Ottumwa in connection with Goodwin's death. At least one witness to the alleged altercation has signed a statement for police naming Nelson as the man with whom Goodwin fought. Nelson is already serving a 30 day sentence in the Wapello county jai'l on a charge of being drunk. You eon use all the Rouge and Powder you wish, yet guard against ugly COSMETIC SKIN this modern way... 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