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April 23, 1934

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

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SIX MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE APUIL 23 REPAIRING AND REMODELING ALSO ON PROGRAM HERE MAKING OVER OR ADDING TO HOME AMONG PROJECTS This Is Right Time to Make Improvements, Committee Points Out. The annual spring cleanup ane patntup campaign in Mason City this year is not to be confined to cleaning: up the yard and painting: up the fences and the buildings on the place, according to members of the committee of the junior division of the Chamber of Commerce, which is sponsoring the project. One of the essential features of the movement this spring is going to be remodeling and repairing, i' was pointed out. Emphasis is being plaved on remodeling of the house and the making of much needed re pairs. : Need Repairs. Several years of depression have placed many residences here in need of repairs and now is the time to make them, the committee members point out. A definite trend toward modernization of homes has become evident the r past year and this is an excellent : time to make those changes in the house that the family has wanted, they pointed out. Upward Trend Evident. The upward trend in business is an indication that recovery is definitely under way. With that condition existing; this is the opportune time to add what impetus is possible to the movement by putting additional men to work by repair and remodeling programs, according- to the committee. Some investigation carried on by the committee has revealed that there is likely to be considerable of this type of work during the corning HEAR RUMOR OF CABINET CRISIS Reports Fly Upon Heels of Spanish Riots in Which 2 Were Slain. MADRID, April 23. (.«--Rumors of a cabinet crisis flew in Madrid today on the heels of rioting in ·which.two were slain and at least 11 persons wounded -\_ Goveanpent leafless -'-asae---asS ·went in 'an endless procession to and from? the'presidential palace. A cabinet'split was feared, with the possibility of -resignations. Spain's famous assault guards patrolled the' streets- where yesterday anti-fascists and .extremists battled opponents and 'authorities in a se- Irons Is Elected Head of Rotary Club by Directors Reishus Is Vice President; i READY FOR THE BIG CAMPAIGN BOBEKT B. IRONS. RELIEF PROJECTS ARE SUBMITTED 100 Elm Trees to Be Planted in City Parks to Replace Ones That Have Died. Several new projects were submitted by local city officials in anticipation of the federal relief program, which is expected to be put into operation Wednesday. The first assignment of men will probably be placed on unfinished projects, which have remained in an incompleted stage since the CWA program ended March 15. City employes started Monday to accompanist. She also t out 100 Chinese Elms in the four-hammer numbers. set city parks. The trees range from S to 10 feet in height and will be the first to be planted in the park in a constructive program of replacing trees that have died. It is planned to continue replacing a number of trees each year in order to prevent the park becoming void of shade. Music Program Given by Students. Robert B. Irons, superintendent of local schools, was elected president of the Rotary club at a board of directors meeting following the regular club session Monday noon in Hotel Hanford. F. B. Reishus was named vice president, Larry Ristau. secretary and treasurer and Roy Storbick, sergent-at-arms. The program at the club meeting consisted of music by high school students. These officers will take their positions for the year beginning July 1, 1934. Directors elected by the membership were Mr. Irons, Mr. Reishus Ward R. Hamilton, the Rev. George K. Davies, Fred C. Heneman, Frank Currie and Larry Ristau. Students Give Program. Students from the music 'department of the high school presented a varied program. The music teachers, Miss Ellen Smith, Miss Marjorie B. Smith and Carleton L. Stewart, introduced the numbers over which they have supervision. The girls' sextet, composed of Jean Barclay, Maxine Walters, Eunice Anderson, Adelia Woodward, June Gaylord and Pearl Roberts with Lois Allen as accompanist, sang first.' This was followed by a soprano solo by Madalynne Powell with Miss Allen as accompanist. Anibel Wilhite and Evelyn Cheeseman then played violin duets, followed by a string quartet, consisting of these two and Betty Lou Crowell, violinist, and Ruth Anne O'Neil, cellist. Miss Marjorie Smith played the pioneer. Convention To Be Held. Howard Schweer played a cornel solo with Miss Woodward as accompanist. Ruth Buehler played a marimba solo with Dorothy Evans as accompanist. She also pla3'ed two numbers. A brass sextet, consisting of Howarc Schweer, Bob Runyan, Maynard Odden, Arthur Kennedy, Wesley Fiala and Bill Whorley completed the program. Attention was called to the eleventh district Rotary meeting to be held at Dubuque April 29 to May 1. ries of bitter clashes. The extremists launched their Sunday reign of terror in a violent show of opposition to 40,000 Catholic youths meeting in nearby Al Escorial to demonstrate their loyalty to the popular agrarian party. Men to Give Play. CLARKSVILLE, April 23.--The men of the Community church will present the play, "Scene at the Union Station" at the city auditorium Thursday evening May 3. There are 45 in the cast. A leading paper in Italy comes out with a denunciation of the house fly. Who says the press under a dictator loses its aggressiveness ? The Detroit News. Special FOR THE GRADUATE $42.50 Bulova Strap Watch 17 Jewel, Two Tone Case, at $32.50 MURRAY JEWELRY GO. M. B. A. BLDG. PLAN TO DEPORT IOWA PRISONERS Parole Board Recommends SuVpenHirigf Sentences ~ of 12 Men. DES MOINES, April 23. (/Pi- Suspension of sentences of 12 inmates of stale penal institutions on conditions that they be deported from the country was recommended today by the state board of parole. The decision followed receipt o£ notice from the United States immigration service that federal deportation orders had been issu-ed against the men. Gov. Clyde Herring and Warden Genn Haynes of Ft. Madison penitentiary had suggested the action. The board at the same time denied recommendations for suspension of sentences of seven other men, the refusal being' based principally on the fact that the prisoners involved were either Mexicans or Canadians who, it was believed, misrht return to the United States, Those whose sentences were suspended, however, included two Mexicans, each of whom had been sentenced to 40 years imprisonment on second degree murder charges. Neither was the actual slayer in the case, the board said, and it was felt their terms were "too severe," as the alleged slayer only received eight years. They are Luis Valle, and Emanuel Lopez, Mexicans. Sentenced Jan . 31,1929 at West Union, for deportation to Mexico. Guests were G. G. Miller of Sioux City, E. B. Stillman of Clear Lake, ! C. R. Stoakes and C. E. Leffler. lowan Is Fatally Hurt When He Bumps Head HARLAN, April 23. (a 1 )--Charles A. Miller. 77, was dead today following a cerebral hemorrhage 1 suffered yesterday when he struck his head on a beam under a cellar stairway. He is survived by his wife. Now Is the Time . . To fix that driveway and sidewalk ... use Washed, Screen and Sized Sand and Gravel. THREE GRADES OF SAND FOUR SIZES OF GRAVEL THE CLEAN UP, PAINT UP AND FIX UP CAMPAIGN IS SPONSORED BV THE JUNIOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE IDEAL Sand and Gravel Co, PRONE 551 2 Youths Plead Not Guilty at Omaha to Extortion Charges April 23. (S^Aftaign- eu on charges of violating the "Lindbergh law" in attempting- to extort ?1.000 from Mrs. Sarah Joslyn, wealthy civic leader, John E. Flanagan, 17, New York, and Edward Muffitt, 18, Omaha, pleaded not guilty today before U. S. Com- missionar Mary Mullen. - Texas Negro Slain in Crowded Courtroom CROCKETT, Tex.. April 23. (Jfi-- Frank Brisby, Negro, was shot to death in a crowded courtroom here today while a jury was being selected to try him for murder for the killing of J. M. Ellis, a white man. To Operate Motor Freight Line From Here to Marshalltown Operation of a motor feight line between Marshalltown and Mason City was made possible Saturday when the state railway commission granted a certificate of convenience and necessity to Charles T. Durand of Marshalltown. The decision gives Durand, owner of the National Transfer and Storage company, the right to establish a route between Iowa Falls and Hampton, He already operates lines over part of the Marshalltown-Mason City route and the new line will close a gap. ! Aluminum is the most abundant metal in the earth's crust; in fact, the quantity is exceeded only by that of two other elements, oxygen and silicon. Closed Iowa State Bank Stockholders Help Out Depositors DES MOINES. April 23. (j'i'l-- Stockholders in Iowa state banks reorganized under S. F. Ill paid ?5,194,083 for the benefit of depositors during the first year the law was in operation, Supt. D. W. Bates of the state banking department reported today. Of the total $3,922,583 was paid through assessments ordered by the banking department and other assessments .voluntarily paid by the stockholders, the records showed. Sale of stock locally to increase SOME WOMEN ALWAYS ATTRACT the capital structure of banks undergoing reorganization accounted for $309,000 and reduction of capital structure brought $912,000. Bates also reported that the reconstruction finance purchased $3,098,000 corporation in capital stock of banks released from S. F. 111. Gypsum is hydrated calcium sulphate, composed of lime 32.56 per cent, sulphuric acid 46.01 per cent, and water 20.83 per cent. You want to be beautiful. You want the tireless energy, fresh complexion and pep of youth. "Then let Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets help free your system of the poisons caused by clogged bowels and torpid liver. For 20 years, men and women suffering from stomach troubles, pimples, listlessness and headaches have taken Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets, a successful substitute fo rcalomel, a successful substitute for calomel, a known by their olive color. They act easily upon the bowels without griping. 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