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April 24, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 12

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TWELVE MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE 'APRIL 24 1934 Mason City's Calendar AprU 26-27--Boy Scout merit badge exposition at armory. AprU 28-28--Cleanup and paintup week campaign in charge of Junior Chamber of Commerce. April 27--"The Importance ot Being Earnest," Wig and Masque club play at high school auditorium. AprU 28--Dr. F. D. Knight to address teachers institute. May 6--U. C. T. meeting at P. G. and E. auditorium with 6:30 o'clock supper. May 11--"Pomander Walk," senior class play, to be given at high school auditorium at 8:15 o'clock. May 21--Edward A. O'Neal, president of Federal Farm Bureau federation, to address district meeting in Mason City. Here in Mason City DECKER EMPLOYES FORM DEATH BENEFIT GROUP W. B. Pedelty Candidate for State Representative Ct _ ._ FJ Ttj-k*^* AXkw^w^vy* . -- . - · C. A. Parker, vice president of the First National bank, was confined to his home Monday and Tuesday because of illness. See Page 5, American Magazine. Archie Stewart, Detroit, Mich., has arrived in Mason City to assist in the conduct of gospel mission meetings at Fourth street and North Federal avenue. Two factory representatives to help you with'your paint problems and unusual paint bargains all this week at the Mason City Hardware Paint Sale. Earl Walters, parcel post clerk at the local postoffice was off duty Tuesday because of illness. Notice! Barber Shop at 417 3rd Street N. E. is now open for business and welcomes old and new customers. Haircut 20c, shave 15c. Children's haircut 15c. I. D. Syver- Bon, Prop. Thursday evening at lakeside church in Union township corn-hog contract signers will meet to hear discussion and explanation of the program by County Agent Marion E. Olson. A meeting of the jobbers and salesmen of the Hutchinson Ice Cream company, 115 First street southwest, was held at the Hotel Hanford Tuesday afternoon. Vern L. Andrews of the Hilton company of Minneapolis, Minn., vis-, ited his brother, William Andrews, and friends in Mason City over the week-end. O. A. Merkel, manager of the Merkel company, 12 South Federal avenue, returned Monday from a 10 day business trip to New York City. Mrs. Wallace Allen, 915 Jefferson avenue northwest, left Tuesday for Des Moines as a delegate to the ·--Matinee Musicale to the convention I''-of the Federated Music Clubs o "'-Iowa. While in Des Moines, Mrs Allen will be a guest of Mrs. Ralph Storehouse, formerly of Mason City To Seek Democratic Nomination for for Office. W. B. Pedelty, Mason City farm operator and businessman, Tuesday announced his candidacy for the democratic nomination for state representative from Cerro Gordo county. Mr Pedelty mailed his nomination papers, containing 450 signatures, to Des Moines Monday in order to have them filed Tuesday. The new candidate for the office held by Representative Earl Dean the past term, has been a member of the Mason City school board 13 years. He was born in Cerro Gordo county and haa been a resident of this community his entire life with exception of seven years when h e , was manager of the St. Louis branch of the Minneapolis Threshing Machine company. Mr, Pedelty has been operating or been interested in farming in this county for many years and at present is engaged in farming 700 acres. W. B. PEDELTY At the Hospitals Tobacco and Pipes Stolen in City Are Found in Minnesota Tobacco and pipes reported stolen from the car of V. C. Laurens, De. Moines, while it was parked nea the Hotel Hanford April 16, have been recovered at Brainerd, Minn, according to word received by loca police Tuesday. David Stanforth who was arrested at Brainerd re cently, has confessed to 17 rob beries in Iowa, Illinois and Minne sola. Mr. Laurens is a salesman for th Larus brothers company of De Moines. Eleven dozen cans of Hy lene tobacco, nine dozen cans o Edgeworth and 23 dozen Lord Haa pipes were stolen from his car. Return to Rapids. DUMONT--Mrs. Harry Johnso came from Cedar Rapids and spent until Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Hutchison, Harry Johnson came up Saturday evening. .Mrs. Leland Hartwell and infant daughter, Nora Springs, were dis- mised from the Mercy hospital Monay. Wayne Diercks, Mason City, was draitted to the Park hospital Monay for treatment. Mrs. Kenneth Harrington and in- ant son, 901 Twelfth street north- est, were dismissed from the Hercy hospital Monday. Mrs. V. L. Welsh, Mason City, was dmitted to the Park hospital Monay for examination. A daughter weighing 8 pounds 5 unces was born to Mr. and Mrs. Milford Scherf, 1633 Washington venue northwest, at the Mercy hos- ital Tuesday. Mrs. Elmer Smith, Rockford, was dismissed from the Park hospital Honday following- a major opera- on. Miss Myra Faurote, Fort Wayne, d., was admitted to the Mercy ospital Monday for treatment. Mrs. Hannah Gunderson, Salva- cn Army, was dismissed from the 'ark hospital Monday following a major operation. Mrs John Willhelm, Sheffield, was admitted to the Mercy hospital Monday for treatment. Mrs. Charles Kraft, 1509% South ederal avenue, was dismissed from the Park hospital Monday following leatment and a minor operation. "Miss Shirley Huebner, Plymouth, was dismissed from the Mercy hospital Monday following a minor operation. R. L. James, secretary of the board of education, who was shot by bandits during the holdup of the First National bank March 13, spent a fairly good night Monday and was resting fairly well Tuesday morning at the Mercy hospital. Political Announcements W..B. Pedelty Candidate for Democratic Nomination for State Representative FROM CERRO GOHDO COUNXi' HEAR the GOSPEL Corner Fourth ana North Federal. Faith Cometh, by Hearing and Hearing by the Word of God . . . Romans 10:17. That which Saves the Soul is a completed work and was completed when Christ offered Himself without spot to God at Calvary for your sins and Faith in that work ALONE will Save you. So collection!. S p. m. nightly. William Warke, Chicago: Archie Stewart, Detroit; Preschlng_ STARTER GENERATOR and IGNITION SERVICE Central Battery Electric Company JUDGE GRANTS WOMAN DIVORCE Awarded on Cross Petition; Jury Ponders Roland Wood Case. Nellie M. Huffman's cross peti- tjon for divorce from Alexander S. Huffman was granted Tuesday by Judge M. H. Kepler on grounds of cruel and inhuman treatment. Mr. H u f f m a n ' s petition had charged cruel and inhuman treatment and also had asked for alimony of $10,000. A stipulation in the final decree included a property settlement. He had stated that his wife had made him sleep in an unheated room during the winter while he was in continued poor health. The state's case against Roland Wood, charging him with driving while intoxicated, was in the hands of a jury Tuesday afternoon. Jurors were G. A. Bower of Rockwell, Fred E. Funk, Alma DeMott and Mrs. D. B. Clapper of Clear Lake, M. E. Kinney of Plymouth and Mrs. D. F. Larick, Blanche Fallows, Eva A-. Hubbard, Millie M. Rye, H. O. Hockensen, Arthur E. Rowe and Frank Willier of Mason City. Jack Otto pleaded guilty to being a common thief, but no date was set for pronouncement of sentence. CONTROL OF FOX POPULATION AIM OF STATE GROUP Deputy Schwob Asks Farmers to Co-Operate in Iowa Game Program. Many opinions have Been voiced against the depredation done by foxes but there are as many persons who are for the protection of the red fox as there are for its destruction, according to F. T. Schwob, state deputy game warden of Mason City. "Some farmers claim the foxes prey on field mice, rats and gophers while others claim they prey on rabbits, game birds and poultry." said Mr. Schwob. "The present scanty data shows truth in both directions so we believe the fox should not be entirely exterminated. We would like the fox population to be reduced to the extent that it will not damage ' the game crop and farmers' property" Asks Co-Operatlon. Since hundreds of fox pups are killed every spring by the digging out of fox dens, the state game warden has urged that all farmers co-operate with the district warden in reporting cases where damage is being done by the fox so that permission can be given before destroying the dens and fox pups can be taken alive rather than killed. The pups, according to Deputy Schwob will be taken care of in another manner. Deputy Schwob suggested the fol lowing plan for farmers with dens of foxes'.on their land where th adult foxes are doing damage. "First: Write or notify Deputj Warden F. T. Schwob of Mason Cit; that you have a den of foxes on your farm and that you wish to have him call on you to give you the proper permission to destroy the fox den and remove the pups. "Second: I will advise you at once when I can be there and conside the granting of authority to remov the den. Advise County Recorder. "Third: In case you cannot get in touch with me, leave the informa tion or request with the county re corder. "Fourth: The law permits you t kill adult fox at any time of th year but it does not permit you t destroy any dens without first nob fying, within a reasonable time, th state fish and game warden or hi deputy of your intention to destro the dens." According to Deputy Warde Schwob it is illegal to have any fo pups in your possession without special permit from the deputy wa den or the state game warden. Th penalty for such violation is fro: $10 to $100 on each fox pup illegal taken and the same penalty may b imposed for the destroying of a de without first notifying the depul 2,000 MEMBERS IN ASSOCIATION; TO BE INCREASED Assessment of 15 Cents for Each Provides Payment in Event of Death. Organization of the Jacob E. Decker and Sons Death Benefit as- socation was' announced at the plant Tuesday. . The purpose of the organization Is to pay a death benefit to members, the funds being supplied by a 15 per cent assessment a member each time when a death occurs. An initial assessment of 15 cents each will be made by deductions on the payroll Friday, when the organization will actually begin op- ration. The proceeds of this 15 ent donation from each member ·ill be held in readiness for imme- iate payment of a death benefit. Vhen this payment is made, anther similar assessment will be made and carried in readiness for he nest emergency. Open to Employes. The officers of the association re: William Hughes, president; Christ Schmidt, vice president, and onrad Balduf, secretary - treas- rer. Overhead expenses connected vith the operation of the associa-- ion will be earned by Jacob E. Decker and Sons company. Offic- rs draw no compensation. Membership in the association is ntirely voluntarily. The deductions rom the payroll was asked of the company to facilitate the task of making collections. To Other Members. One of the special appeals of the association is that the membership extended to other members of the family of the Decker employe, persons not covered by the groun insurance, including life and health and accident, which is being mainlined on all employes of the company. As far as known this is the only lenefit plan of its kind in Opera- ion among industrial plants. The plan as finally perfected and out nto operation is the result of" a Considerable amount 1200 ATTEND TIN CAN MOVIE AT STRAND More than 1,200 children brought some 7,200 tin cans to the Strand theater Monday ritetwm ta response to the invitation of Manager Nicol who put on the "tin can matinee" in co-operation with the Clean- UpPalnll3p,Fix-lIp drive being sponsored this week by the junior division of the Chamber of Commerce. Any child who brought six cans was admitted without charge and it was necessary to run two shows to accommodate the throngs of children. City trucks removed the cans from the front of the theater and took them to the dump. ^ BOYS PLANNING 'LITTLE THEATER' To Be F e a t u r e of Merit Badge Exposition at Armory. As an added feature of the merit badge exposition of the Boy Scouts in the armory, Thursday and Friday evenings, April 26 and 27, will be the "Littls Theater" in the Legion club rooms in the basement. A small stage will be erected in the end of the room and on this troops and patrols will present acts of entertainment. The program in the "Little Theater" will start about 8:30 and continue about an hour. Feats of skill, magic tricks, plays, stunts, songs, and other forms of entertainment are being worked out by the troops. No admission charge will be made for the program but the audience will decide which act is the best each evening. During the program ballots will be passed out among the persons watching the performance and these ballots will be placed in a ballot box at the exit of the "Little Theater" as the people pass out from the show. The act of entertainment that receives the most votes from the audience will be given the prize each evening. considerable amount of study imong the employes. The idea orig- nated among the employes in the pork offal cooler. New Movies * # * * "Spitfire" Is Heralded as Best by Katherine · Hepburn. Heralded as Katharine Hepburn's best and most unique screen role to date, RKO-Radio pictures' drama of the Carolina mountains, "Spitfire," started at the Cecil Tuesday. An adaptation of the Broadway itage success, "Trigger," it is the =tory of a beautiful mountain 'witch" whose naivete, temperament and personality combine vickedness and purity, tirades and :eneficent prayers, lies and truth, thefts and philanthropies, hate and ^l-consuming love. Miss Hepburn is said to give utter ·ealism to this incredibly stimulating character and to bring such dynamic power to her interpretation of this difficult role as no other star could. DEAN SPEAKS ON NEW TAX BEFORE JUNIOR CHAMBER Says Iowa Law "Iron Clad" Replacement Tax; Studied Other State Systems. An interesting and illuminating discussion of Iowa's new tax law was presented to the junior division of the Mason City Chamber of Commerce Monday evening at the Hotel Hanford by Earl Dean, state representative from this district. Distribution of the tax burden in accordance with ability to pay is the objective of the bill, Mr. Dean said, and pointed out that the three features of the new, measure--the personal net income tax, the corporation net income tax and the sales tax--result in a more equitable distribution than either .the property tax or a gross income tax. The sales tax is in reality a gross income tax, the representative said, and therefore cannot be used to supply all of the financial needs of the government because the ultimate consumer is the one who pays the tax. Can Shift Burden. Thus, large business houses anc others best able to pay the tax are also best able to shift it to the consumer, Dean said. The new measure is an "ironclad replacement tax, according to the speaker, and a substantial benefit will be noticed from it by next year Dean cited the gross income tax methods of South Dakota and Indiana and pronounced them failures. He said that the principle upon which they are based is unsound because there is not and cannot be any fixed relation between dollar ;urnover and profit. Stoyles Presides. The meeting was in charge of Vice President Bob Stoyles in the absence of Leo M. Sweesy, president, who was out of the city. Several songs by the'Rusty Hinge quartet received much applause :rom junior chamber members. S. L. Rugland, dean of the Junior college, reported on the progress of the cleanup campaign and announced that the next meeting of [he organization would include a trip through Decker's packing plant. Le Mrs. Basinger Is Named Goldfield P. T. A. Head GOLDFIELD, Apri'. 24--The Parent-Teachers association held .its final meeting of the school year at the school house with a large attendance. Mrs. B. L. Basinger was chosen president. Other officers elected were Miss Inez Meade, vice president, Mrs. G. G. Brade, secretary, and R. W. Skinner, treasurer. Baron Bnggs, 79, Former President of Radcliffe College, Dies MILWAUKEE, April 24. UP)--Le Baron Russell Briggs, 79, professor emeritus and former dean of Harvard university and former president of Radcliffe college, died here today at the home of his daughter, Lucia Russell Briggs, president of Milwaukee Downer college. His death resulted from a heart ailment. The expectation of life for Negroes at birth is 40.45 years for males and 42.35 years for females. VIGORO for Sale by ... A. H. DEERTZ SPECIALIST In LANDSCAPE WORK and BUILDING UP LAWNS Phone 3434 932 N. Madison Many who suffer from rectal t r o u b l e s would quickly seek relief if they but knew or were familiar with modern rectal office methods. Modern rectal office practice cuts the cost, does not cause confinement, Is painless, efficient, and satisfactory. Dr.R.W.Shultz,D.O. 218 319, 220 First National Bank Building ADAMS DRUG CO. WATCH OUR SEVEN WINDOWS HAVANA CIGAR SPECIALS We are pleased to announce to smokers of clear Havana tobacco that we have taken on the agency of the International Cigar Brands and now have in stock the fullowing: La Corona "Belvederes," 15c, box of 25, $3.50; La Corona "Perfectos," 17c, 3 for 50c, bos of 25, 54.00; La Corona "Coronas," 35c, 3 for $1.00, box of 25, $8.00; Manuel Garcia "Panatelas Finas," lOc, box of 50, $4.75; Henry Clay, "K. P. U.," 13c, 2 for 25c, box of 50, $6.00; Henry Clay "Belvederes," 15c, box of 25, $3.50; Bock Co.'s "Pana- telas," lOc, box of 50, $4.75; Bock Co.'s "Puritanos Finos," 13c. 2 for 25c, box of 50. S6.00. We will be delighted to show you these cigars and solicit your patronage. warden or state game warden. Committee to Seek Club Room Quarters for 40 and 8 Group Members of the 40 and 8 of the Legion at their regular meeting-at the armory clubrooms Monday night authorized a committee to proceed with plans for obtaining new clubrooms for the organization. Bates Receiver of Cedar Rapids Bank CEDAR RAPIDS, April 24. /P»-- D. W. Bates, state superintendent of banking, today was appointed receiver, of the Cedar Rapids Savings bank and the American Trust bank of this city by Judge A. B. Clark of the d'strict court after Bates had filed a petition asking such action. Payments to Depositors of Two Banks Authorized NEW HAMPTON, April 24.-Judge T. H. Goheen, Calmar, signed a court order authorizing the fifth repayment to depositors of the Bassett Savings bank. The repayment will be 10 per cent. Depositors of the Farmers Savings bank, North Washington, will receive n 15 per cent payment. Coolidge. Tugwell Named by F. R. as Undersecretaries WASHINGTON, April 24. (/B-President Roosevelt today nominated Thomas Jefferson Coolidge of Massachusetts to be under-secretary of the treasury. The president also sent to the senate the name of Rexford Guy Tugwell, present assistant secretary of agriculture, to be undersecretary of agriculture. It was stated .at the white house that the office of undersecretary of agiculture had been created by the president for Mr. Tugwell. Will Speak at Session. KANAWHA, April 24.--The North Iowa Veterinary Medical association will meet at Ft. Dodge Thursday. Dr. H. H. Stewart of Kanawha, president of the association, will give an address. Midshipmen at paid $780 a year. Annapolis are C A S H FOR YOUR OLD CAR NO WAITING--NO DELAV Lapiner Motor Co. ROMA NITE CLUB ORCHESTRA Playing Tonite REDUCED BEEB PRICES PINTS 15c QUARTS 25c No Cover Charge Roma Nite Club -Roofin The "RED CEDAR METHOD." The new Red Cedar Shingles are laid right over the old roof. Old roof does not show. Cuts down heat losses. 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