The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 9, 1936 · Page 6
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April 9, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 6

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SIX MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 9 1936 Every time something goes wrong In Europe we are reminded of the foresight of Christopher Columbus He surely discovered America in the Tight place.--Toledo Blade. but you can have P E R I A L W A L L P A P E R S designed by world-famous artists in your home These papers are "a thing of beautj- and joy forever. 11 They are washable and fast to HghL A guild of world-famous artists has created them* You will find designs for every purpose in our new collection: All Imperial Washable Wallpapers are identified wIlH a silver label* Why not come in TODAY and make your choice? RALPH S. SHEPHERD PAINTS WALLPAPER 16 1st St. S. E., Phone 1362 Opposite Chapman's 9 IMS. I. r. *c. c. PLEAD GUILTY TO LIQUOR CHARGES Federal Judge to Sentence Couple From Clinton Next Tuesday. DAVENPORT, UP) _ Two defendants in a Clinton conspiracy to evade payment of liquor stamp taxes and defraud the government pleaded guilty Thursday in U. S. district court and another is expected to do likewise when found and three members of the group have been discharged. Judge Charles A. Dewey set next THE HAT SENSATION FOR SPRING Fashioned by Hand New Spring Colors and Shapes Nationally advertised in Saturday Evening Post and Esquire VAUJES GENUINE FUR FELTS In the New Shades d-I no and Styles ^I.yO FEDERAL CLOTHING STORE 115 South Federal Tuesday at 2 p. m. as the time fo: passing sentence on Francis H "Frank" Proost and his wife, Mrs Macey Proost, who admitted their offense. Attorney -Paul Holleran of Clinton promised to do everything pos sible to produce by Monday or Tuesday noon Leo Hosp, Mrs. Proost's brother, whom his counsel is now unable to locate. A bench warrant for his arrest was issued Wednesday. Dismissals were allowed Robert F. and Harold L. Proost, two sons of the couple who pleaded guilty, and Harold Shaw, _whorn Assistant U. S Attorney C. I. Level told the court had only a minor part in the conspiracy. Following this case, Judge Dewey adjourned the spring term of court until next Monday at 2 p. m., at which time the only probable jury trial of the sessions is scheduled to open In the case of John L. McAllister of Davenport, indicted for attempting to dispose of a $100 liberty bond, not his own, and upon which he knew that the indorsement was forged. Believe Cancer May Be Bred Out of Race CHICAGO, (.Pi --The possibility that cancer may be bred out of the human race was considered Thursday as 500 middle west cancer and tumor specialists assembled for a meeting at the Edward Hines, Jr., Memorial hospital for World war veterans. 200 Inch'"Eye" Near End of Its Journey NEEDLES, Cal., (/P)---The 200 inch "eye," destined to become the mirror for the world's largest telescope, atop Mount Palomar, neared the end of a cautious transcontinental rail journey Thursday. It was drawn into Needles after crossing the California border. Seeks Office George J. Van Buren of Fayette county, republican candidate for lieutenant governor, was a visitor in Mason City Thursday. Mr. Van Buren, who has been active in Farm Bureau affairs, lives near West Union. He is a graduate of Cornell college, contemporary with J. A. Van Ness and Ralph Stanbery of Mason City. He served in the forty-third and forty-fourth general assemblies as Fayette county representative. In the latter he was chairman of the appropriations committee, having had a part in the marked reduction of state expenditures which characterized that biennium. A belief that "the taxpayer's dollar should receive first consideration" is cited by Mr. Van Buren as the keystone of his platform at this time. He is opposed for republican nomination by Robert McBirnie of Bocne and W. C. Edson of Storm Lake. Mrs. Robinson Funeral at Ridgeway on Friday CRESCO--Mrs. L. H. Robinson, 68, died Tuesday night at her home at Ridgeway, southeast of Cresco. Funeral services will be held in the Ridgeway Methodist church Friday afternoon, with burial in the nearby cemetery. She is survived by her husband and other relatives. A farmer recently pawned his gold tooth with a jeweler, in Hiel- bron, South Africa, and redeemed it after he sold his wool. Announcing... Mason City's New Store For the Junior Miss and Smart Woman OPENS FOR BUSINESS FRIDAY Right In Time for Easter we present this pleasing New Store, with Stunning Footwear. Choose from these STYLE LEADERS FOR EASTER and Months After! 9 ·.THREE POPULAR PRICED LINES $ 3 $ 4 $ 5 Gorgeous s h o e s . . . Patent Leatker, Kid Gabardine, Swaggar Buck . . . in high, medium, low-heeled styles, in Grey, Blue, British Tail, Black, White! Come in to see them tomorrow! 101 N. FEDERAL AYE Open House tonight... eight to ten o'clock... Souvenirs for the Ladies TO SEEK WHY TO LENGTHEN LIFE Rockefeller Foundation Gives $42,500 Grant for 6 Year Study. By HOWARD W. BLAKESLEE Associated Press Science Editor. ITHACA, N. Y., .T--A grant of $42,500 by the Rockefeller foundation for a six year study of ways to lengthen the life span of men and animals was announced Thursday by President Livingston Farrand of Cornell university. The riddles of the last half of adult life are the Cornell objectives. They are a new angle of attack on the problem of longevity. Science heretofore nas concentrated mainly on youth, and the first half of life.' Direct evidence, found in the laboratory of animal nutrition of . the New York State college of agriculture at Cornell is responsible for this new investigation. Diet and Changes. The study is under direction of Dr. L. A. Maynard, Dr. C. M. McCay, and Dr. S. A. Asdell. The work is described as "study of the interrelationship between the diet and the biohcemical changes that take place during the last half of life." "The purpose of this study," the outline of the work states, "Will be the development of diets to retard the changes in the animal body that come with old age and senility in order to extend tie useful fraction of life span of man and domestic animals. Not Always Same. 'These researches will e-xtend the findings of the past six years. In the past, the program has centered upon the interrelationship between growth and life span. "It has been found that the diet which promotes the most ra*pid growth of the body is not necessarily the same that retards old age and extends the useful span of life. "In the course of these past studies numerous observations support the theory that the characteritics of youth can be retained in the aai- mal body by special dietaries." Flood Control Plans for Iowa Are Studied DES MOINES. (.T--The water resources committee of the state planning board is studying plans for flood control, drainage and water supply problems on Iowa rivers, Ross H. Matson of Ames, planning board director, announced here. $33,814 Collected in Ton Mile Taxes DES MOINES, fcB--The Iowa railroad commission, Chairman M. P. Conway announced, collected 533,814.63 in 'ton mile taxes from motor carriers during March. Counties through which the carriers operate are apportioned 527,090 of this, he said. Greene High to Present Sacred Concert Sunday .GREENE--The music department of the local high school will present a sacred musical program at the Presbyterian church Easter Sunday night. Special Easter services will be heard in the Methodist Episcopal, Brethren, Lutheran and Catholic churches Sunday morning. The evening musical wi!l be a united service with members of four of the churches attending. Police Confiscate Skates. TOLEDO, (UP)--Police aie confiscating skates of children found roller skating in the streets. The children can recover their skates . only if their parents accompany I them to the police station. Sears Easter Promenade SHIRTS-SHORTS A Golden Jubilee Feature 30c Soft combed white cotton shirts --flat knit -swiss rib or panel rib. Fine count cotton broadcloth shorts with comfortable seat; full size panel seat and three button yoke front. Fast colors. Sanforized. SHIRTS and SHORTS Fine combed yarn shirts, broadcloth shorts, elastic sides BROADCLOTH SHIRTS FUSED COLLARS--PRE-SHRUNK Two features that make these shirts a miracle value! Positively the lowest price we've 1 ever offered. White or blue broadcloth, or fancy percales. Ocean pearl buttons; cellophane wrapped. Men's Sweaters Po p u 1 a r nap finish and slide fastener neck ji;! opening. Mo- 5? hair wool fac- S ed. M''e d i u m weight in gray heather, b l u e or tan. 1 OTHERS AS LOW AS $1.00 Fancy Hose A 4-. STAR FEATURE Men's r a y o n dress s o c k s 1 with a generous amount of pure silk to give them richness of body. Double soles. 3 1'AIR NECKWEAR SCOOP! Stunning new patterns that will take you through the summer in style. Rayons woven, silk and silk mixture. Hand-made, resilient construction. Half-wool bias cut lining. 55 MEN'S TIES New Spring and Summer fabrics made to sell in ties much higher priced . . . 39. MEN'S DRESS SOX Rayon plated, double toes and heels. Snappy patterns. C pair "DR. CASE" SHOE STEEL ARCH Tired feet in search of comfort will sigh with relief when they slide into this goodlooking open tie. "Dr. Case" shoe . . . that means that it is specially built for ankles or arches needing support. Smooth black kid. Turned sole. $ -98 pair Others as low as $1.39 Men' A 4 STAR FEATURE Amazing Variety of Styles ... Lasts . .. and Colors Restful as an old slipper, smart as 1 Bond street, and packed full of rugged wear. At this one low price choose French toe or custom toe bal, "quin" last, or medium-toe blucher. Black. Worth §3.50 to $4.00 of any man's money! OTHERS AS LOW AS S1.98 " " A 4 STAR FEATURE! BOYS' OXFORDS Here's a handsome pair of black leather oxfords that should sell for $2.49. Genuine black leather, with Goodyear welt, grain leather insole, and oak tanned outsole. Children's ROWDIES ,V 4 STAR FEATURE The group includes white or patent leathei- T straps; ties; b r o w n or black oxfords and sport oxfords. All are solid leather. PAIR Growing- Girls' SPORT OXFORDS A 4 STAR FEATURE Genuine G o o d- year welt and viscolized sole. White simulated pigskin. Leather heel. Choice of Styles. THE BIG BUY OF GOLDEN JUBILEE COLDSFOT FEATURES EVERY WOMAN WANTS »Striking New Beauty. · Touch-a-Bar that opens door when your hands are full. · Long-Life Rotorite Motor. ®Full Vision Interior Light. elO Freezing Speeds. · 105 Ice Cubes. · Dry Zero Insulation. · Rustless Aluminum Shelves. · Deluxe Exterior and Porcelain Interior. · Big 6.3 Cubic Feet Storage Space. · Foodex, an orderly "indexed" place for everything. · New Handy Bin to Store Vegetables. · Five Year Protection Plan. $5Down-$9.50Montk Small Carrying Charge The Finest-Fine Refrigerator e v e r offered for less than $200.00. 23-25 East State Street .. Mason City, Iowa . . Phone 803

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