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April 8, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 20

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TWENTY MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 8 193(5 !"j S HOMESTEADS TO BE MAINTAINED Report on Granger, Decatur Branded as "Entirely Misleading." CHICAGO. /W--The Chicago office of the resettlement administration. Wednesday characterized as "entirely misleading" a report that the administration intends to drop homestead projects at Granger. Iowa, and Decatur. Irid. "From the beginning of the resettlement administration's work a year ago, some plan has been sought for placing homestead projects un- 1 der such local management as would insure their eligibility for taxation purposes," tie statement said. Local Management. R. C. Smith, regional director for Illinois. Indiana. Iowa. Ohio and Missouri, said that Decatur homesteaders have asked that their community be annexed to Decatur and , that proposals have been made that the Granger project' be turned over to the Iowa State college for man. agTnent. "If any of the proposed local management plans for these two communities are approved," said Smith, . "it will not mean that the resettlement administration steps out of the picture." Smith said there was no local enmity regarding the two projects and , that they were urged and sponsored oy local men and women of prominence. _ x Regular Payments. Tiie Granger and Decatur homesteaders, he sai are making pay- Is Ford Dealer B. H. Wagner of the Wagner Motor company, 202 First street southeast, has on display at his garage shoxvrooms the Ford and Lincoln Zephyr. ments regularly on their homes and the men in the families have jobs. Smith said plans are proceeding for construction of 50 houses on the 10 acre tracts near Libertyville. 111. By April 10. he said, it is expected that, weather conditions permitting, from 250 to 300 men will be employed Uiere. Pew Testimony Given in Union Mutual Life Insurance Hearing DES MOINES, .4--Maurice A Pew, deputy Iowa insurance com missioner, testified Wednesday tha complaints were first received froi Union Mutual Life company po icyholders last summer. Appearing as the second witncs in the receivership suit against th company. Pew testified also lha the federal postal department in formed him last summer it was pre paring to prohibit the Union Mutua from using the mails in solicitm; business. The deputy commissioner testifies complaints dealt largely with th company's failure to pay claims. As the result of an agreement between the Japanese, the Chinese and' authorities of the autonomous North China district, through railway freight service will be inaugurated between Manchuria and North China. Staggers In But Not Out of Police Station Charles R. Clausen. Northwood staggered into the police statioi about 12:50 o'clock Wednesday morning--but not out. He was fined $10 and costs by Police Judge Mor ris Laird on a charge of intoxica lion. David Herd, transient, was also fined .po and costs on a simi lar charge. He was arrested in the IfaOO block on North Federal avenue. Alien Once U. S. Officer, SAN DIEGO, Cal., (UP)--Samue Marx, S5, German, brought to the United States when he was 3. later elected to public offices, also appointed assistant postmaster, haf discovered he is not an American citizen. You're Invited to Our Auto Showing 9, 10, 11 AUTO SERVIC See Our Used Cars Before You Buy! Complete Mechanical Service We are prepared -- and well prepared--to give you any service that you may need. We can adjust a spark kaock or install a new rear end -- with neatness, speed and absolute thoroughness. Faulty brakes may cost you a life and great money loss. We will eliminate this handicap quickly and efficiently at a very- small expense to you. This is a specialty with us. Complete new equipment has been installed. When we complete the job there's no squeaks, bad bumps or unpleasant riding comfort left for you to worry about. Leave your car with us while you shop or are at work. When you call it will be hard for you to tell it from new. We clean every part both inside and out. Our new service car is ready any time you call in the day or night. It has the facilities to handle any job. For courteous. There's no lick-and-a-promise service when you stop here-we're genuinely appreciative of your business, and we shov/ it fast and all-around economy call in as many ways possible with IIS - expert advice, efficient work- manship and pleasing prices. 120 NORTH DELAWARE OPPOSITE NEW POSTOFFICE Firestone Store Enlarges Facilities The above photo shows the interior of the newly enlarged service department of (he Firestone Auto Supply and Service Store, located at 115 East State street. According to the firm's officials, the service department has been enlarged to approximately twice its former space to accommodate the large increase In business. (Photo by Lock, Cut by Kayeuay) New 1936 Hudson Is Steel Built Almve is pictured the Hudson eight cylinder sedan, which has a full passenger body completely built of steel mounted on a 127 inch ivhcellm.se, with ;\ 113 horsepower engine. Tom Summerhays company's a^e handles the Ineal Hudson ajjcncv. Walter Bedell Gives Up Iowa Certificate for Practicing Law DES MOINES, (.-B--The Iowa supreme court clerk's office said Wednesday that Walter B. Bedell. Spirit Lake attorney, now serving a year's sentence here for jury tampering, has surrendered his certificate to practice in Iowa state courts. Bedell was convicted of bribing a federal court juror in a liquor conspiracy case in which Bedell was involved as defending attorney. Sentenced to serve a year in jail and to pay a $1.000 fine, the maximum penalty, the attorney carried his case to the supreme court, but his conviction was upheld. He surrendered his certificate to practice in federal courts shortly after proceedings to disbar him were instigated. Roosevelt Finishes Fishing Trip, Lands at Port Everglades \j PORT EVERGLADES (Fort Lauderdale) Fla.. '.D--President Roosevelt Wednesday ended his fishing cruise here, where he embarked 16 days ago on the leisurely voyage through Bahaman waters aboard the U. S. S. Potomac. The presidential fishing craft was moored at 12:01 p. m. (Central Standard Time), and Mr. Roosevelt, sun-tanned and jovial, had hut a few feet to step from the Potomac to the special train that will bear him to Warm Springs, Ga. China Starts Silk Drive. SHANGHAI. (UP)--In a drastic effort to capture the world silk market for China, the ministry of industry will soon establish selling agents in key cities of the world as well as providing for the standardi- sation of the p'rice and quality of Chinese silk. Miss Thelnia Ann George, 306 West State street, left Tuesday for Davenport, where she has been transferred with the Walgreen Drug company, with whom she has been employed here for the past year. Miss George arrived in Mason City Tuesday afternoon after spending he past week with her fiance, W. \. Lester, In Sioux City. She re- urned by way of Omaha. Nebr., vhere she spent Monday visiting Sister Maty of St. Serena at Con- ·ent of Sacred Heart. STORER FORMS LION ORCHESTRA Members Picked at Random Turn Out Harmony in Fifteen Minutes. W. A. Stoi-cr of the music department of the M:ison City public schools made £ood on a surprising assertion at the meeting of the Lions club Wednesday noon. The assertion was this: "Almost.any person can play almost any instrument within a. half hour of the time he picks it up for the first time." Fifteen minues later, 15 members of the club, selected at random, were tooting away on "Lightly Row," "Happy Days." "London Bridge" and other melodies not over-difficult. Mr. Storer wielded the baton and the method employed was the one developed by him in a scries of books for the public schools of America, recently published by a Kansas City house. The instruments used were from the Vance Music house. Miss Marjorie Smith, Cailton Stewart and Ralph Geer gave valuable assistance in teaching the beginners the first principles of fingering the various instruments. Mayor Edwin ( B u c k ) Manning of Ottumwa, a republican candidate for the U. S. senatorial nomination, was a guest of the club. TRY THIS FOOT REMEDY Feet l-'inn Foot s u f f e r e r ? Anther round; pet rlsht up close ami listen. Here's i;uod news lrr you. The real loot remedy is here at last. Ice-Mint is FJiid to quickly end toot misery. Kurd corns, sr:ft coins, or corns between the toes, alsn toimhen'irt c;illouscs. s h r i v e l up and l i f t o f f easy. It's \vnndiTful. Them if no pain or sm-enes when applying Jce- A'int or afterwards, and it doesn't even Irritattj the skin. Think of it; ju-st a ! H t l p of that c"ol(np. poothinj.; Ice-Mini, and real foot joy Is yours. Tee-Mint prevents foot -odors and hrcris [hem sweet and comiort.ible. H i? t h e real secret for fine, healthy feet, and keeps you suffered ivhh stubborn cfTfis or lendpr ieet e.an appreciate the cooling, soothing comfort Ice-Mint brings; especially women 'h'. wear hiRh heeler] shoes, and men w h o have lo stami all day nn their feet. Try it. r.et some Ice-Mini from your rlnijr.;ist today aiir] jjive your poor, tired, sun erinc, ",-urninj; feel t h e treat or i h c i r lives. Th L re s nothing heller. Judge M. F. Edwards Fines Ames Man $300 for Drunken Driving W. J. Brown. 26, Ames, was fined ?300 and costs in Judge M. F. Edwards district court here Wednesday on his plea of guilty to a county attorney's information charging him with driving a motor vehicle while intoxicated. Under Judge Edwards' stipulation, the remainder of the fine is to be suspended in the event Brown pays $100. If unable to pay the .$100, Brown is to serve 30 days of a 90 day jail sentence. The remaining 60 days will be suspended upon good behavior of the defendant. Brown was arrested here April 1 by local police after the automobile which he Was driving had collided with a car belonging to R. D. Stor- vick of Mason City. County Atty. F. B. Shaffer represented the state. PHONE 1212 Gov. LaFoIlette Gives Scheme for Solution of Jobless Problem DUBUQUE, (/B--Governor Philip LaFoIlette of Wisconsin told an audience of 1.500 here Tuesday night his plan for the solving of 'the nation's unemployment problem. De- centralizatioon of administration of public works and payment of a fair wage to those employes was the theme of his message. The governor severely criticized the WPA wage scale and other new deal policies He declared LaFoIlette progressives would be with Roosevelt if the republicans nomiate another "Hoover" but declared' that a liberal republican candidate would be a different matter. He spoke before the Dubuque labor forum organized by the Rev. M. M. Hoffman, professor of economics at Columbia college, under the direction of the Most Rev. F. J. Beckman, archbishop of Dubuque. 60 Attend Alexander Father, Son Banquet ALEXANDER--A- father and son banquet was served in the basement of the United church. The program consisted of group singing. toasts, instrumental solos and an address by the Rev. Charles Buck- waiter of Lohrviile. a former pastor of the United church. The singing was led by E. D. Hacker of Hampton. There were more than 60 present. 5 Plead Guihy in Iowa City Conspiracy to Evade Liquor Tax. DAVENPORT. M 5 )--Five defendants paid fines totaling $1.500 Wednesday after pleading guilty before Judge Charles A. Dcwcy in federal court here to a charge of conspiracy to evade payment of federal liquor stamp tax and to defraud the government. Ten other defendants in the same case were dismissed and thus prospects for a jury trial in this liquor conspiracy case developing in Iowa City faded. Those who paid fines were Harvey Secor, $1,000: Erwin A. Stimmel Earl Nelson, A. L. Whetstine and Thomas Appleby. S125 each. The ten dismissed were Carl Capps, Clarence O. Coffee. Basil Brown. Charles Connelly, George Payne, Blanche Fleming, Cyril Ryckeghan, Gary Hayslett, H. E. Stimmel and Gladys White. Two others in the original group of 17 defendants were dismissed Tuesday. They are Robert Leinbaugh and Henry Herring. In passing sentence Judge Dewey said he was not disposed to send the defendants to jail on their pleas of guilty. "I can't divorce myself from the thought that the federal court should .not try to enforce the liquor law," he said, indicating that he felt it was up to the state to enforce these laws. The defense attorneys were Will J. Hayek of Iowa City and Frank F. Wilson and Ray C. Fountain. 0 ·no other Eight will do!" Chinese Resent New Coins. SHANGHAI. ( U P ) -- A n urgent request that an old Chinese custom be revived and that holes be put in the new subsidiary coins now being minted, has been lodged with the Chinese government by the China Industrial Federation. Burns,Blisters, Scratches, etc. - To relieve soreness--· hasten healing --help prevent infection-apply - at once, mild,reliable «a Plumer Forfeits Bond for Reckless Driving Louis J. Plumer. Y. M. C. A., forfeited a S10 bond Wednesday in raffic court when he failed to" appear to answer charge of reckless driving at Second street and South "ederal avenue at 2:10 o'clock Wednesday morning. Richard M. Solum. 703 President ivcnue southwest, forfeited a S10 lond posted when arrested on a charge of speeding at 12 o'clock Wednesday morning at Sixth street and North Federal avenue. John Gomez, 513 Seventeenth street northwest, was sentenced to ittend two sessions of Traffic school 'or reckless driving. He was charged vith going through a stop sign and hen continuing at the rate of 35 miles an hour. W. C. Horn. 5,",S Fifth street southeast, forfeited * si bond posted when summoned to appear in traffic court on a charge of p.iss- ing a car at an intersection. Fred Jackson, rity. was sentenced to attend traffic school for double parking. "And here is a car that will STAY in style!" T7VERTWHERB our local Hudson owners are _£j/ telling friends how their Hudson's put- perform anything on the road . . . in traffic, on hills, effortless all-day travel. The reason? Because this Hudson has more power than any other Eight within hundreds of dollars of its price -- and the smoothest automobile motor built. No vibration at any speed . . . longer life for the car ... less "wear" on the driver! They are telling, too, how much more comfort there is, front seat or back, because this new Hudson Eight has more length, more rear seat room, leg room, head room, than any other popular Eight. 'They are praising Hudson's easier, safer way of driving, too... with the Electric Hand. Gear shifting at a finger flick, without taking their hands from the wheel. And at last, real comfort for three to ride in front... with a floor all clear of gear and brake levers. Let us show you what other owners have found out about Hudson economy and long life. Then take your "Discovery Drive" in a Hudson Eight with the Electric Hand. Tom Summerhays, Hudson Dealer S U P E R S T R A I G H T E I G H T Some reasons why Hudson rules the Eights Wheelbases up to 127inches--The biggest cars ever priced so low... more head room, leg room, seating room. 113 or 124 Smooth Horsepower--More power than any other Eight up to almost double Hudson's price. Bodies All of Steel--With seamless roofs of solid steel . . . strongest body construction known. Duo-Automatic Hydraulic Brakes--(patent applied for). Finest hydraulics, with separate safety brakingsystem operating automatically from the same pedal if ever needed. Radial Safety Control (patent applied tor) ... Tru-Line Steering... The Rhythmic Ride.. .The Electric Hand (optional at small extra cost). Hudson Eight Prices Begin at SAVE--wilh lh« new HUDSON-C 1.1. f,% Time Payment Plan .. low monthly payments Plant Hunts \Vuter. CORAL GABLES. Fla.. (UP) -Dr. Jay Pearson of the University of Miami botanical department tried to find out how far a sweet potato would reach out in nn effort to j,'rt to water. The result wns a plant with roots nine feet Jong. Let Mason City Owners Tell You Why They Bought HUDSONS HERE ARE A FEW . . . OTHER NAMES ON REQUEST Vn\r. CHESSMAN 20 Linden Drive TOM SKIFSEY G38 SLvdi Street S F M. R. TILTON lOS'/i North Federal \V. C. FRANK v. R u( i d " 120 NORTH DELAWARE PHONE 1212 BUILT BY HUDSON-- TERRAPLANE, S59S AND UP; HUDSON SIX. S710 AND UP; HUDSON SUPER STRAIGHT EIGHT. S760 AND UP. F. O. B. DETROIT

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