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April 16, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 10

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE. APRIL 16 · 1936 TEN SUGAR COMPANY GOT HUGE CHECK U. ~S. Sugar Corporation of Florida Paid More Than Million by AAA. WASHINGTON, UP)--Photosta- tic copies of agriculture department records showed Thursday that the United States Sugar corporation had received $1,067,665 to rental and benefit payments--the largest under the AAA. The company, which operates in Florida, received the money in three RHEUMATISM When your rheumatism is caused or aggravated by excess uric acid-and most rheumatism is--one swift and safe prescription is Allenra- checks for reducing its sugar cane acreage in 1933, '34, 35. to a letter to Chairman Smith fD S Car.) of the senate agriculture committee recently, Secretary Wallace reported the payment to ttosugar concern, but did not name the company. The corporation, of which C. K. Bitting is listed as the president, is affiliated with the Celotex company of Chicago which also operates large sugar cane properties in Florida and Louisiana. Plant 12,837 Acres. Informed sources said both concerns use the processed sugar cane stalks for production of wallboard. The certificate of compliance issued the United States Sugar corporation by the AAA showed the firm's sugar cane acreage planted for the crop year of 1935-36 was 12837 acres and that its production allotment for the same crop vear was 403,752.80 tons. In reporting the leading sugar payments to the senate, Wallace said the sugar program involved such large payments because corporate production is more commonly carried on in sugar than in any other kind of agricultural produc- . . . tl rrvl i. t-n. nAAai^ Wrfl C PSflG- { ,--- - " ' _ Clear Lake Globe-Gazette HELEN HENDRICKS, Residence Phone 310-W_ WALDORF CHOIR COMING TO LAKE Qdyin Hagen Directs Forest City College Unit Sunday. CLEAR LAKE-The Waldorf Allege a cappella choir of c """" rf TM- v Theater Building to Be Erected at ClearJLake^ Structure Will Cost ana saie picoon F i.*»« -- -- _ often the terrible agony goes in 48 hours--ask any live druggist m America for 8-ounces prescription Ngxt {o ^ unllea oull .co O u 6 ~. Allenru. Costs about 85 cents. corporation, the largest benefit pay; 5* --~* «QR1 nfid which went to Itinu m «giiv.v».f «»*-. f tion." That, he added, was especially true of cane sugar. Second Largest Check. Next to the United States Sugar For Sale or Trade Almost new 32 rolt 1,000- Wott Wind Power Electric Plant. Also used Delco Light Plants. J A C O B Y Battery and Electric Service 110 So. Delaware Phone 319 . H. O. corporaon, e ment was $961.064. which went to a Puerto Rican sugar producing corporation. Interest had been focused on these payments recently by a resolution introduced by Senator Vandenberg (R., Mich.) proposing that the AAA report'the names and amount of all payments over $10,' 000. This figure subseauently was scaled down in committee to $1,000. CENTER TRACTION FOR GREATER CRIP Boy Struck by Car Taken to Hospita Willis Brennan, 5 year old son o Mr. and Mrs. William Brennan Manly, was injured when struc! by an'automobile at Manly Thurs day afternoon. He was taken to th Merey hospital at Mason City. Mrs Robert Murphy of Manly was driv ing the car which hit him, it was reported. The boy suffered head an arm injuries. Pool Hall Sold. MITCHELL--The pool hall known here as "Hank's Place" has been sold to Charles Arickx. who lives north of town and has rented it to Nick Klein, who has already taken possession. Honored on Birthday. CLARKSVILLB -- Mrs. H. L. Kirk and the school faculty gave a surprise party .in honor of Superintendent Kirk at their home Tuesday evening in observance of his birthday. Mrs. Fred Hilton, wife of the coach, was included in the company, which numbered 12. $20,000, Manager States. CLEAR LAKB-A "new theater buUdmg constructed along Spanish SrfSSctural lines and 'eatunng a ----- arrangement with uO, is to be bu-- .aKe turf summer, C. E. Car.,,,,, manager of the Park thea- here, announced Thursday. The ° to Mr. Carragner's 1 will be broken for the ......"building on May 15. . No interruption of the reguUW · · programs will be nec- i/ the construction o 0 quarters, as the nee is to be lo Bach, a uerman ""*""".-'rr'Ti'I cated 40 feet back from the side and some arrangements by the di- on , during a brief pen od prior to the formal opening of th nwbuilding win the theater b closed for "final adjustments to be m InWing with Oie Spanish arch, tectural design, which will be faith uUy followed in both exterior an interior construction, a pabo cen inienu ^ ^^ fountallli w e sidewalk. Walls o Dr. F. Melius Chrisitansen. recognized as one of the f^ing exponents of music here and abroad. Tte entire program is sung a cappella and includes several of Dr. Christansen's collection, one by Bach, a German number of Kram - ector. JUL^ PROGRAM FOLLOWS From "Sing Ye" and "The Spi Iso Helpeth Us," Bach; I All | reathing Life) and (The Searcher of Hearts), choral; "Cherubim Song" Glinka; "Vision o£ Christ, Christiansen; "Beautiful Savior. Christiansen. . "Born Today," Sweelmcl tie Lord for Us Doth I-- w - t -hr-prk- "Slumber Child Jesus, stu C^aUon ^angement from I^J^nn.u^^^- -££·-. Cradie Son^oseph Uthe.^^^ Lieber, Joseph Mem) Kranz,.Sun ^^ t the T3Iap from *hi heam Out of Heaven,' *TM?**»%. ^ enters the ' ""· eam "Regeneration," "Glorification," Chnstiansen. wiu r _ Contest Speaker "ERKINS DAIRY BUYS BUILDING Modern Plant for Daiiy Products Will Be Opened May 1. CLEAR LAKE - The Perkins Dairy has purchased the cement building formerly occupied by the Kimball Construction company garage on North Fourth street, from Harry Stanberry of California. The building will be remodelled at once nto a modem dairy plant including all dairy products and a salesroom. John Perkins will be manager of the new plant which will have the pasteurization plant and preparing of other dairy products. His brother, Rawlins Perkins and father, George Perkins will operate the farm and furnish the milk for the plant. Work will be started immediately that the new downtown plant Funeral Services for J.J.BrahenyHeldat St. Joseph's Church Funeral services .for James J. Braheny, 58, who died at his home, 33 River heights drive, Tuesday following an illness of about 10 weeks, were held at the St. Joseph's Catholic church Thursday morning at 9-30 o'clock, with the Rev. J. J. Cassidy in charge. Burial was at the Clear Lake cemetery. Honorary pallbearers were W. a. Cody William Gavin, H. W. Odle, B. R · Dunn. W. B. Casey and M. J. Boyle. Active pallbearers were Elmer Nangle, William Carroll, John Siessegerfc. C. Watts. George Sheridan 'and John Chizek. Ushers were Robert Mullau and Leland Hurley. so Country Club Bridge J _ * T T « l l T» ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A GOOD TIRE- The tuH- Ler " lu "^ A*"*---- -- erv respect, while the stadium seat- mi L s^nething new in seating arrangement for theaters. The seats will be well bankeci ana ha^befn ^^.W^b^ 5£ ^^£ SS ·£*** a 8 ^^ -53Ssr t ^Stf n 5^ _ _ - winTia Tt-prp- made , .1° _t.. ««fi antrinppTs. win club e Tuesday evening, plans we» J made p to hold card parties weekly on *P° e charge O f the construction. -- FRANK SHBEHY, JR. CLEAR LAKE-- Frank Sheehy, Jr., will represent Clear Lake high school In the Northeast lo«a district declamatory contest di Fostville Friday night. It is planned at the Presbyterian church at 7:30. This is the tost contest tefore the f.nal state meet. (Kirk Photo, Kayenay En- Miss Bailey Entertained at Knutson's Iowa Falls Man and Lake Girl Will Wed Sunday at Bride's Home. o bf STn pianneu I""- i"-"-- -j' - T5- ,, , Let us show-you the world's first choice economy tire -- more than a match for many highest-priced makes in long safe mileage, tread grip, blowout protection and looks. A value we give yon because Goodyear builds the most tires by millions. OVER 22 MILLION SOLD - THAT'S HOW GOOD IT IS! The Strange Condition That Causes Hay-Fever There is an unknown condition, about Hay Fever which causes many people to believe that nothing can be done for it. Mr. R. 0. Murphy, Box 511, Stillwater, Minn., who relieved himself from the suffering of Hay Fever, will explain this condition without charge to anyone who writes him. Just send your name and address at once, because strange as it may seem this ·s the-time of the year to treat and prevent Hay Fever suffering. Adv. day night dance. Lincoln No. 1 School Plans Program Monday CLEAR LAKE-- Pupils of the Lincoln No. 1 school will present a program at the school Monday night, April 20 at 8:15 o'clock. It will include songs, readings, a drill, "The Fighting Cock," and a one act mystery play, " An in th . e ^ ^ Mildred Baker is the instructor ui charge. A small admission fee will be taken. _ ijHarm Dirks, Meservey Fanner Dies; Funeral toBeHeWatBelmond reUied LAKE-- Harm Dirks, 74 a , died at North Seond street Wednesday afternoon as a courtesy to Miss who will become the HO uicix u"v ii* i* ---- --may open about May 1. HUOEMiSlEIS TAKEN AT LAKE 45 Inch Long Fish Displayed in Aquarium at Hatchery. CLEAR LAKE--A muskellunge. the largest to have been seen or obtained from Clear Lake, was culled in one of the seins at the head of the lake Wednesday afternoon by the state fishermen fishing for rough fish. The monstrous fish as it is displayed in the aquarium of the Clear Lake Fish, hatchery measures 45 inches long, while the weight has not been obtained. It is in perfect condition, showing no signs of ever striking on any hook. The muskie is rarely found in Iowa, although several years ago a smaller one was taken in the nets and displayed in the hatchery. It had a broken fin and is believed to be a different fish. Other fish displayed in the aquarium are: A 32 inch long northern pike, quill-back, sucker, stone-roller, blue catfish, channel catfish, perch, bull-head, bluegill, silver bass, yellow or striped bass, small and large mouthed bass and black bass. Gill-netters have been working Anti-Saloon League Jo Gve Play at Algona ALGONA--E. G. McDaniel of Des Moines is spending this week in various Kossuth towns to form a county anti-saloon unit. The Rev. C. P. Carlson local Presbyterian pastor, has been named covmty chairman and has announced a county mass meeting to be held at Algona Methodist church Sunday afternoon. Sunday evening the league will sponsor a play "Death Takes the Steering Wheel." R. S. Windell, George St. John, Irving Urch, Dr. Evans Don Smith, Lillian Durant, Arline Olson, Mrs. Alma Nelson and H D. Hutchins will take part. The Rev Edge and Mrs. Hazel Irvin are on the local league committee. Joe Aamodt Is Fined for Drunken Driving; M. Davis Sentenced joe Aamodt, 504 Tyler avenuS southwest, was fined $300 and costs Thursday in district court here on his plea of guilty to County Attorney F. B. Shaffer's information charging him with operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated. Aamodt was arrested Wednesday nirfit on Monroe avenue southwest at Fourth street ty local poUce The fine was suspended during good behavior of the defendant. Myron Davis was sentenced to serve 90 days in jail ,on a similar charge and the parole of an earlier sentence for drunken driving was revolted. The sentences are to run. coacurrenty. "Fingerprints" to Be Presented at Orchard ORCHARD--The three act class play "Fingerprints," will be given Friday evening. The east consists of Birchard Love, Melvin Francis; Vir- -inia Haborkorn, Hubert Bolkmier Dorothy Mark, Florence Johns Leona Hohn, Dorothy Moore, Leona Lucar and Leona Folsom. ue Winton Triplett of Iowa Falls .Sunday at the bndes h ° GET REAL SERVICE TOO! 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A special meeting of the temple will be held Thursday night A complete picture of North American climate is possiblesong because of the great mass of funds, mental facts furnished by 5,000 °The gifts- were presented to the bride-elect under a pink and orchid umbrella. Refreshments were served by the hostesses using the same color scheme. Covers were laid for Gil-neers av for three nights and will continue for several days as long as pike eggs can be obtained. They stripped 280 pike the first two nights and had good luck again Wednesday night Crews are working from Bayside Touristville and Podges Point. ·K wedding was the feature of the afternoon's entertainment Mrs. Peter Knutson and Mrs. Albert Christensen served as uu bride and bridegroom. Othere" the personnel were: Mrs. Os..ar Peterson, minister; Mr^ Clarence Peterson, ringbearer; M^ Ftoyd Cookman, Mrs. T L. Sears, of£e%ew instuments and blank form 3 used in the work. - United States News. LAKE THEATRE Last Time Thursday "Professional Soldier" Double Feature Fri., Sat. "Your Uncle Dudley," also "Whispering Smith Speaks" W. , . was the- out-of-town guest. Clear Lake Briefs PARK THEATRE TONIGHT and FRIDAY A Warner Bros. Picture "The Petrified Forest" With Bette Davis and Leslie Howard 3«c and 16c On Sole Now . . . At D I Z Z Y SPELLS onr tmill bent root. .tru«ht- cntd -- no crtr« chirje. Ccrehil roonatini by tif« ipccialirft. And intcre«t«d Ittcntion «ilcr the »lt-- SERVICE STORES Phone 364 121 No. Delaware Mason City ZORIC ideal American Laundry AND ZORIC DRY CLEANERS Be An "Ideal American" Customer IT'S PHONE 22 Headaches --Nervousness When you keep intestines free from excess acid, waste and poisons --keep bowels moving regularly and blissfully--keep kidneys working naturally-THEN there isn't much chance of having dizzy spells--Get Kru Ischen. . 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Clear Lake physicians who attended the district medical meeting at the Hanford hotel, Mason City, Wednesday night were Doctors C.E and Jane Wright. Doctors A. B. a*d N. W. Phillips, and Dr. E. L. Wurt- FCW Rent: Apt. Avalon. ^-218; Harry Wallace, accompanied ty jTmother, Mrs. B. Wallace, Avalon partments, plan to move to Gtoca- oMay 1 for their permanent home. The Mother and Daughter ban- uet of the Congregational churcii will be held Wednesday, May 6. Group 1 with Mrs. Guy Wisgerhof cteirman, will serve the dinner. Mr. and Mrs. LeKoy Knutson, El^der, arrived Wednesday mght to spend several days with their par- its Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Matthews, ill*?, *·" · T,-««.te-i-vn Starter and IGNITION SERVICE Central Auto Electric Co. NEXT TO FIRE STATION 23 First Street Southwest Phone 194 15 SOUTH FEDERAL Hundreds of Beautiful nts ivir. auiu .IM.*.**. ·»-· -- -and Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Knutson. Group No. 4 ot the Congregation, al Ladies' Aid society will meet Fn- day at the Mrs. Ira Stewart home, West Main street. Mrs. C- A. Knutson is chairman of this unit. Mrs. H. B. Enough, co-hostess, w.11 lead the devoiions on "Knowing the Bible. Mason Cityan Is Given Year in Penitentiary Clifton Medlin, 36, Mason City was sentenced to serve one year u the state penitentiary at Fort Mad ^on on his pica of guilty to a statu tory charge. He was brought into court on Coxinty Attorney F. B Shaffer's information. 15KiUedJOOHurt in Riot at Funeral WARSAW, (.¥-Fiftecn persons were reported Killed and at least 100 iniured in a riot during a funeral precession in Lwow Thursday. PHILCO RADIO Clearance SALE/ Floor Camples and penabnsti'atprs- orl S|LE while they last at BIG S I N G S A Product of NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY DEPENDABLE GLASSES Have Built Our Reputation. Quality Glasses . . . Yet Low Cost. Which Arrived Too Late for Easter Selling. 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