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March 5, 1937

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 3

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CONSOLIDATION GOAL OF PEISEN Eldora Solon Would Combine Law Enforcement Units of State. DES MOINES, (#·)--Representa- tive Dean W. Peisen, (D) o£ Eldora filed with the house Friday a bill to establish a state safety department which would absorb ·the state highway patrol, the state motor vehicle department, investigation bureau, and other state inspection and enforcement divisions. The bill reached the house file desk while the senate debated a measure' which would create a separate motor vehicle .depart-* .ment and enlarge the state highway patrol, from 50 to 150 men. Terms of the bill introduced by Peisen provide that a state safety commissioner, appointed by the governor for a six year term, would be in complete command of police activities ot officers under his supervision. Fire Marshal's Office. His enforcement and inspectipn force would include 150 officers, and four assistant chiefs. Besides taking over the highway patrol and the investigation bureau, the new department proposed by Peisen would absorb the state fire, marshal's office, and perform such Inspection services as checks of weights and measures, scales, and compliance with sanitniy regulations, it would be empowered to enforce state fish and game laws, and all other state laws. Only one major restriction would be placed on police powers of the 150 officers. They could not be used in strikes Or industrial disputes unless actual violence had occurred and then only at the express command of the governor. Salaries Are Provided. Police officers of the department would receive annual salaries o£ 51,500; the safety commissioner, 53,000; and the assistant commissioners. $2,000. General provisions of the bill call for co-operation with county j and city officers and operation o f ' a state police school to instruct local officers. Peisen said the bill was modeled .MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE. MARCH 5 · 1937 THREE Heiress Weds In a surprise ceremony in London, Baroness Wijk of Detroit, daughter of S. S. Krcsee, chain store magnate, married Charles Murphy of Detroit. The baroness, who was married to Barori Carl Carlson Wijk in 1931 and divorced in 1834, gave her age as 28. Murphy gave his as 31. after the system. Michigan slate police Literary Group Meets. BUFFALO CENTER--The Ladies' literary circle held a regular .meeting at tile home of Mrs June Beyer. A short biography of Bichard Sherman was given by Mrs. Koppen, and a book review, "'To Mary With Love," by Mrs Hanna Sunderman. Mrs. D. R. Snell gave air account of their trip to California^ DR. J.G. CRAVEN DENTIST PRACTICE LIMITED .PLATE WORK .'·/JOST CEDAR RAPID..S STBEETS.E. DES M O I N E S MASON CITY I SIOUX CITY·* Ottumwa Woman's Wil Leaves Money to Church OTTUMWA, (/p)_The will o the late Mrs. Ellen Foster Bell former prominent Ottumwa woman who died here recently, state, that one-fourth of her estate wil be established as a memorial trus fund for religious, charitable, scientific and educational purposes in Wapello county. A 510,000 beques was made to the First Presbyterian church here. Mrs. Cords Hostess. , EUDD^The ,W.- P.-.M. S. me Wednesday afternoon at the home of MrsJ Charles Cords. Mrs. Wil Kiiwin was the lesson leader anc Mrs. Cora Wadsworth was the devotion leader. Refreshments wer. served. Visitor From California. LATJMER -- Henry Winters ol California is visiting at the A. M Sorensen home and also with other friends and relatives. TALK ABOUT WALKING- ON CLOUDS! Says Paramount^ Beautiful DOROTHY LAMOUR To be seen in "Swing High. .Swing Low" Discovers New "Weightless" Support... INVISIBLE RHYTHM TREADS ...in Dainty Rhythm Step Shoes! "'TVHE styles couldn't be more cleverer daintier!" declares Paracnounl's young Hollywood idol. Invisible Rhythm Treads... a new comfort principle ... give triple support to light, iovcly Rhythm Step shoes without «tra weight! They cushion the heel, give additional support to the arch (besides an extra strong, extra light steel arch) and buoy up the mctatarsal arch. In styles a dainty, modem and youthful that America's smartest women are wearing Rhythm Steps! Try them on. For a new thrill in walking! A smart, new "Rhythm Step" pump that is unusual in the style, and that smacks of spring in every line and feature. Shown in Grey Suede, and in Beige fabric-priced, $7.50 the pair. Nichols Green Where the Good Shoes Come From BAN LIFTED ON GOLD TRADING Blum Government in Mov to Bolster Uncertain French Finances. P A R I S , (^ -- Premier Leon Blum's socialist government bolstered uncertain French finances Friday by lifting the ban on do mestic gold trading, promised drastic curtailment o£ public expenditures -and urged "every Frenchman" to support a new national defense loan--"the only one which the treasury will issue during the course ol the year." Lifting of the ban on gold foi home trading will be effectiv Monday. To revive confidence, parliamentary circles said, the govern ment necessarily must peg tin franc, at least unofficially. Financial circles expected the Bank of France, with the backing of the treasury and under the tripartite agreement among France Great Britain and the United States, to keep the franc to 21.5C to the dollar, approximately th present market price. Parliamentary circles thought i more probable Vincent Auriol minister of finance, would seek tc peg the franc at 21.94, a slightly lower rate, in order to aid foreign trade and prevent further straii on French finances. In a trio of measures which reviewed file entire scope oJ France's deficit-ridden accoun'. sheet, Premier Blum proclaimed a sweeping revision in his financia policy. Two Million Dollar Damage Suit Filed in Bremer County WAVERLY, (/P)--In the bigges damage suit ever instituted in Bremer county, Herman L. Currier and C. E. Mueller, both of Cedar Hapids, have filed a petition in district court here asking $2,450,460 damages from G. A Shore?, Van Vechlen ShaEfer, Dor Barnes, Arthur Barlow, C. C Kuning, the Cedar Rapids National b.ir.k, John H. Mueller and A G. Kampmcier, all of Cedar Rapids. The petition alleges there wa a conspiracy to force stockholders of the Shores-Mueller company formerly of Tripoli, to consent to a receivership that resulted in formation o[ the Shores company a stock remedy concern, which action lesulted in a "considerable difference in ownership and control." Tavern Operators of Dubuque Opposed to Sunday Closing Lav DES MOINES, (/P)--A group of Dubuque tavern operators told a house liquor control committee hearing here Thursday night they opposed Sunday closing under the present Iowa beer law, and described proposed local option as "smoke screen for prohibition." John D. Flynn, secretary ot the Dubuque County Tavern Keepers association, told the committee he believed "local option will hasten the return of prohibition." Ho added that "limiting the numbei of permits as suggested would be a temptation for those who can't get them to start bootlegging." Several liquor proposals introduced thus far in the legislature would grant local option. The most recent bill, however, would permit sale of liquor by the drink without local option requirements. It was filed by Senator Howard Baldwin (D) of Cascade. A Blow to Selassie Capture and execution by the Italians of Kas Desta Demlti in Ethiopia is a severe, blow to Emperor Haile Selassie, now living in exile in England, Ras Dcsta, it was understood, was to have been Selassie's representative at the coronation of Kin* George in iUay. Has Desta'a widow and seven children are ntw in England with Hailc Selassie. The Italians, meantime, have threatened to boycott Hie coronation unless the British withdraw their invitation to Halle Selassie. Sons Stole Crown Wearing one of his two 18 carat crowns, Sir Ofori Alia, ruler of a British Gold Coast colony in Africa, is rzen in London on a visit. Sir Atla recently sent his two sons to prison after they had been found guilty of "pinching" their dad's scintillating millinery. The boys were given sentences of mc year and nine months at hard labor. Donahue, Brakeman of Clanon, Dies of Rail Mishap Injuries OELWEIN, (/P) -- Claude M. Donahue, 57, Clarion, Chicago Great Western railroad brakeman, died late Thursday afternoon, without regaining consciousness, of injuries suffered several days ago in a fall from the roof ot a box car here. He suffered a fractured skull, hip and leg. Meets a6 Norlhwood. PLYMOUTH -- The Farmers Wives and Daughters club met with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hugi of Nbrthwood Wednesday. A luncheon was served. An amateur contest was put on by Mrs. Boyd Hodson. The club prophecy was read by Mrs. E. R. Chehoclc. Sister Dies in West. ALEXANDER -- Mr. and Mrs. Peter C. Bohlen received a message of the death of Miss Lillian Tucker, 54, Long. Beach, Cal. Miss Tucker was a niece of Mrs. Bohlen and had a large number of relatives at Alexander, Dumont, Han- selt and Hampton. O. E. S. School Held. E L M A -- Oakdale chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star held its annual school ot instruction Wednesday evening with the district instructor, Mrs. Eva Burrows of Dumont, in charge. Guests were Mrs. Pearl Mae Fluegel, former instructor, of Charles City; Mrs. Grace MeGibbons, worthy matron, of Riceville; Mrs. Vern Vande-walker oE Riceville and tha Misses Ruth Ripple and Ruth Robinson of Alia Vista. HIDGEWAY -- Mr. and Mrs. Gerhart Sandvick are parents oJ a daughter, born on Wednesday. Kempster's Death Believed Accidental COUNCIL BLUFFS, (/P)--Dr. ,T. L. Slccli. coroner's physician, said Charles O. Kempster, 65, whose body was found in Indian Creek Thursday, died froin "exposure and internal hemorrhage," caused by an 38 foot fall from a railroad bridge into the creek. Coroner Thomas E. Bclford said he believed the death accidental. Not Convinced There Will Be Another War IOWA CITY, (ff)--Dr. Paul L. Dengler, director of the Austrio- American Institute of Education, told an audience here, "I am not convinced there will be another war." The educator declared, "the situation is different from 1914. We have passed danger many times without war and can do so again despite International armament." Here and There Home From TFospital. TtOWAN--Miss Thclma Strev- eler, a teachei- in the Hnvalock school, is home from the Eagle Grove hospital after having an operation for appendicitis. Visits in I)es Molncs. WHITTEMORE --Mrs. Conrad Alig is spending the week in Des Moines with her daughter, Mrs Eugene Graham. Mr. and Mrs. Graham recently moved to Des Moines from West Bend. Visitor From Long Beach. BRADFORD--Mrs. Cora Coulen Long Beach, Cal., stopped for r brief visit with her relatives, C. B. and H. E. Jones, Wednesday. Kcturi: From California. PLYMOUTH _ Mr. and Mrs. Tohn Browcr and daughter, Do- ·othy, who spent the winter with relatives in California, arrived lome Wednesday afternoon. Course Is Completed. SWALEDALE,-- Mrs. Mildred Johnson, county Red Cross nurse, [inished conducting a course of home nursing Wednesday. It consisted of 22 lessons. Mission Group Meets. BOWS--The Methodist Missionary society met at the home of Wrs. F. E. Brogan. The assistant lostesses were Mrs. L. E. Schwei- 2er, Mrs. Etta West and Mrs. Anna Scofield. Mrs. G. J. Meyer lad charge of the devotions. Mrs. George Smith finished the review of the hook, "Valorous Ventures.'-' Return From Huthven. BUFFALO CENTER -- M r S. Tughes of Ruthven, who has been spending several weeks -in the lome of her daughter and family, he J. C. Koppens, returned to her lome. Gambler Fined $300. BURLINGTON, W -- G e o r g e Denser, arrested in police raid on lie Iowa hotel here, was fined 300 on a charge of operating a gambling house. Police seized two lot machines. DURING OUR SPRING SALE ALLOWANCE! For Your Old Washer . . . In Trade On the NEW 1957 voss SUNSHINE WASHER Check These Features! Gentle Hand Washing Action Washes In Cleanest Suds, At Top Washes More Clothes Per Tub Floating, Self-Adjusting Agitation Dirt Settles To Bottom Corrugated Porcelain Enameled Tub Thermal "Silvercote" Insulated Tub Triple Safety Wringer Lowest Electric Power Cost , Out-demonstrates Other Washers Backed By 60 Years Exclusive Washer Manufacture Exclusive Electric Safety Wringer, Standard Equipment On All Yosi Washers A Pair of Self-Draining Tubs! TUBS Made of sturdy pressed galvanized steel. Large casters--easy Jo roll. Easy (o drain as your liatlilub. lluill f n last for years. With Each Voss Sunshine Washer Places Any New 1937 VOSS WASHER In Your Home! Say! did you know that we offer Electric Washers for as low as $39.95? And Say! You Can Buy a Washer on Payments-As Low $ *g p er as A Week -- ' ' "VWBK^^K^Ml^^H Ask for demonstration without obligation! '* ZIlr-T 8 ?" 1 ° f f e r ! l f0r ? ' imited t f m e ° n ' y - Thr ° U9h ° ' Ucky P" f£h «e we con offer the above L specra!. Prices are bound to increase. Buy Your New Voss Washer Now! Phone 17 for Evening Appointment ie Van Ness

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