The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 23, 1934 · Page 5
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April 23, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 5

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APRIL 23 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FIVE DISTRIBUTE ENTRANCE BLANKS FOR CLEANUP CONTEST ALL PRINCIPALS SUPPORT JUNIOR CHAMBEREFFORT Blanks Must B^turned to Schools Wednesday at 4 O'Clock. Hundreds of entrance blanks were distributed ' Monday morning- by principals to the pupils of seventh eighth and ninth grade pupils in botlr public and parochial schools, it was announced by Bob Stoyles. cleanup committee chairman, and Dean S. L. Rugland of the Junior college, who is the director of the contest phase of the cleanup project. To- qualify for the contest a pupil must obtain an entrance blank, have it filled out, signed and returned to his school principal not later than 4 o'clock Wednesday. Each student entering the contest will clean up one residence and its grounds, not necessarily his own, and in order to win one of the cash prizes he must do most of the work in cleaning and raking the premises which will include both front and back yard and the parking. Eight prizes 'are to be awarded, a first prize of ?2 and a second prize of SI in each quarter of the city as it is divided by State street and Federal avenue. The contest is a part of a general program planned to start Monday and continue indefinitely for the cleaning up. painting, repairing, remodeling and other work connected with making Mason City a more pleasant community. Early indications were that a large number of pupils in the seventh, eighth and ninth grades of the local schools would participate in the contest. .ally, Instructor at St. Ambrose, Dies DAVENPORT, April 23. Gl)-Prof. Thomas J. Lally, 33. head of .he commerce department at St. Ambrose college, died early today at a hospital here, following an operation for appendicitis performed three weeks ago. Death was due to peritonitis. 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Agriculture experts recently conducted hearings in principal dairy centers. Marketing agreements and licenses, guaranteeing farmers prices, will be retained. Industry Not Agreed. "Since it was apparent that the dairy industry as a whole is not agreed upon acceptance of the pro- prosed program or any other plan of production adjustment the administration feels it should not undertake dairy production control until such a time as the dairy industry is substantially agreed upon production adjustment," the announcement said. Opposition to the proposed dairy plan arose immediately following its announcement a month ago. Representatives of dairy organizations met here late last month and in addition to passing resolutions denouncing the program, organized what they designated as the "dairy co-operative defense committee" which has been active in opposing the plan at Washington and in the various regional meetings. Additional Opposition. Additional opposition came at the meetings from representatives of dairy organizations in areas which did not have a milk surplus. They contended production control was unwise and unnecessary. The administration added it was prepared to initiate a production control plan when it became evident the dairy industry would accept. ... Briaging.a manVwithout a. country back 'on a ship" ;named Exilona shows somebody's pretty, sense o the fitness of things.--Detroit News CLEAN-UP AND PAINT-UP SPECIALS UNTIL MAY FIRST ·"·^--' _. Oxlithozink, per gal. $2.25 Leadanzink No. 1, per gal .. $3.00 j Leadanzink No. 2, per gal. $2.75 Best Floor Varnish, per gal $2.50 Faultless Floor Wax, per Ib 45c Semi-Glass Wall Enamel, gal $2.50 M. 0. Flat White, per gal $1.50 Dublshen Wash. Flat Wall Coating, per gal. $2.25 THE BULL PAINT GO. I'HOJfE 457 326 FIRST ST. S. W. SAVE on PAINT at Field's Mason City Store Exterior and interior paints for all purposes . . . every gallon guaranteed and priced to SAVE you money. House Paint 100% pure lead and oil. White and colors. In 5 gallon d»O Aft lots, gallon tD.fU Interior House Paint. Flat Wall, gallon .... .... Interior Gloss Paint, gallon for $2.45 We now have big; stock of quality Paint. All Guaranteed. You'll Save money by coming to Field's. See color card and get our rock-bottom price. Standard House Paint. In 5 gallon lots, d»1 ^A per gallon «?*··'' Barn Paint Red Barn Paint. In 5 gallon lots ' tl ftft per gallon v 1 · W IENRY FIELD SEED STORE COMMUNITY-WIDE PROPOSITION buspect m Illinois Bank Robbery May Face Bigamy Count CHCAGO, April 23. (.T)--Police olding; Robert Wilson, 32, for sus- icion in a Nauvoo, 111., bank rob- ery and for questioning: in a num- icr of holdups today studied the ."14 South Federal Ayr. I'hone 370 Mason Citv. town THE TUTTS -By YOUNG CLA^A BUD %rx^ tfrSBy 3^ * iff ^%^% ..of.; .^vjJ^-f WA^-;51 S--1 '^ 1 \ v^y x C-fAc°"./ WHEN MOM ASK£ DAP 10 T?Efi/w etopi THAT SHE ORDERED \~f SEUJOW WORKS OUT GEORGE FUNERAL HELD AT ACKLEY Last of Civil War Veterans in Vicinity Succumbs at Des Moines. ACKLEY, April 23--Funeral ser ices for Abraham George, 85, whi died Saturday at the home of hi daughter in Des Moines were con ducted M o n d a y afternoon a Brandt's undertaking parlors, Ack ey, by the Rev. A. B. Coe. Service were in charge of the Legionnaire with military services at the grave Mr. George is the last of the Civi war veterans from this vicinity. H is survived by two daughters an three sons. Mrs. Arthur Weber, living sout of Faulkner, was a daughter. GIVE DETAILS OF REFINANCE WORK Iowa Board Summarizes Its Primary Road Program for Year. DES MOINES, April 23. (JP)--Details of the state highway commission's refinancing and scaling down of ?lo,237,000 of highway indebtedness was revealed today in a summary of the primary road refunding program of the year. County primary road bonds totaling $15,237,000 are to be called and new bonds totaling $15,037.000 have been issued and sold in the 1934 program to reduce the annual maturities of outstanding bonds and provide for orderly retirement. The refunding process permitted the scaling down of the indebtedness by the calling of $200,000 more bonds than were issued. This and the cost of issuing the new bonds is paid for from $240,838 paid in premiums at the refunding bond sales. The average premium was $16.01 a bond. The refinancing operation will not prevent the retirement of all the outstanding issues by 1950 as originally planned but will prevent necessity for property tax levies to meet any of the payments. In addition to the refinancing this year the state will be able to meet the usual annual charge for payment of 1934 principal and interest. Seven Plead Guilty at Chicago to Part in Auto Theft Ring CHICAGO, April 23. JP--Two women and five men pleaded guilty today as members of a ring which federal authorities said had stolen and disposed of freight worth $100,000 in Illinois and Iowa. The seven were held in custody. Nine others, indicated on the same charges, will come up for trial on May 8. Another of those indicted, Kenneth F. Rieder of East Dubuque, 111., pleaded guilty several days ago. The seven admitting the charges today are: Rose Manhoff and Irma Hay, Dubuque; Rhue (CQ) S. Brown, East Dubuque, 111.; Theodore Neu, John Houselog and Clarence Putman, all of Bellevue. Iowa, and Roy Neu of Cedar Rapids. Assistant United States District Attorney. Lloyd C. Moody said the thefts had occurred in the past two years. The charge was that of stealing merchandise from interstate shipments. 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Benson has been the pastor of vo small Baptist churches near Dalas, and he recently accepted a call o the Baptist church of Venus, Tex. efore attending the seminary at lallas, Mr. Benson studied at the Forthwestern Bibe school at Min- eapolis, Minn. possibility of adding a charge of bigamy. With him when he was* captured here yesterday was a young woman named Eunice, 19 years old. Police were told she was Wilson's wife, but Nauvoo authorities said Wilson had a wife and four children there. "I don't know whether we're married or not," Wilson told them. "I woke up after a three or four day drunk and found she was claiming to be my wife." Eunice, held at the detective bureau, was more certain about it. "Of course we're married," she said, "and I can prove it." The homicide squad today tested the guns found in Wilson'a apartment, and said they would compare the bullets with those fired in recent holdup killings. 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