The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 26, 1934 · Page 14
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 14

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, April 26, 1934
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/JdaitoiiitefiiSflafi^^ FOURTEEN MASON CITY OLOBE-GAZBTTE APRIL 26 1934 Muscatine to Have Appraisals of City Light, Water Plants MUSCATINE, April 26. UFI--Ap- praisals, their total cost amounting to ?2,300, were ordered for the municipal light and water departments here In a special meeting of the board of trustees. A Chicago firm will do the work which is expected to start in about two weeks and to take in every phase of th two departments. DICK SEE says "Some Thoughts for the Week" "A sunny heart makes a sunny world. "Keep your temper; nobody else wants it. "The Golden Rule is very old, 'tis true; but with 'so little use, it's just as good as new. "Idle money makes idle men. "A kind face is never homely. "Fill my car with SPRING DIXIE GOLDEN GAS. "Keeping your husband in hot water makes him hard-boiled. "The noblest task is to command one's self. "Get ready for a nice summer vacation by getting Dixie maps at our stations. .They are chuck full of information. "And don't forget to come back." Log Cabin Oil Co. Local Representatives DIXIE DISTRIBUTORS . _ Nationally Known--Locally Owned 1 angles cf crystals. 4 COUNTIES IN LEGION SESSION West Bend Hosts to Kossuth, Palo Alto, Pocahontas and Humboldt. WEST BEND, April 26.--Four counties sent delegations to an American Legion meeting held at West Bend. Counties represented were Palo Alto, Pocahontas, Humboldt and Kossuth. Among distinguished visitors, some of whom spoke, were Ray Murray, state secretary of agriculture: G. E. Cress of Mason City, candidate for the republican nomination for lieutenant governor; Robert J. Shaw, candidate for the republican nomination for attorney general, and Arthur Henningsen, candidate for the republican nomination for representative from Palo Alto county. . Dean Seashore to Continue at S. U. I. for One More Yeai IOWA CITY, April 26. UP)--Dean Carl E. Seashore, 68, veteran head of the University of Iowa graduate college, and head of the university psychology department, will remain at his duties here for another year. Dean Seashore asked to be relieved because he was nearing the retirement age and wished to spend more time on his own studies. The state board of education urgently requested that he remain. JUDGES TO RATE SCHOOL MUSICIANS NELSON FREED OF CONSPIRACY Alderman and Candidate for Mayor of Chicago Gets Directed Verdict. CHICAGO. April 26. UP--Alderman Oscar Nelson, labor leader and announced candidate for mayor of Chicago in 1936, was freed by a directed verdict of noi guilty today in the racketeering conspiracy trial of 18 defendants. The decision came near the end of the marathon trial which started .ast Jan. ,4. The defendants are charged with attempting to force a huge racketeering plot on four Chicago industries, including the cleaning and dyeing business, and hereby profit by hundreds of thou- to bring about lands of dollars. They attempted he racketeering combine by use of abor unions, trade associations, id the help of gangsters, the pro- ecution charged. Nelson was In- icted in connection with labor organization. He is a leader - in the Chicago Federation of Labor.. In freeing Nelson, Chief Justice 'hilip J. Finnegan of the criminal ourt said: "This court is of the pinion t'here is not sufficient evi- ence in this case to keep Mr. Nelon as a defendant." The justice then denied similar motions for directed verdicts of ot guilty in behalf of Aaron Sa- iro, nrominent New York attorney, Jr. Benjamin M. Squires, noted la- or arbitrator, and 16 others. In mineralogy, the goniometer is an instrument used to measure the BILL APPROVED TO BROADEN AAA Senate Committee Acts on Measure After Urged by Wallace. WASHINGTON, April 26. UP)-The senate agriculture committee today approved a bill to broaden the agricultural adjustment act, after Secretary Wallace urged the measure in an executive session. The bill, one of those listed by senate leaders -for approval at this session, would strengthen the licensing provisions of the act and authorize the farm administration to make marketing agreements with producers on non-basic commodities. Chairman Smith said the bill was approved by all 10 committee members present. Wallace told the committee the power to make marketing agreements on non-basic commodities was sought "tn prevent a dislocation of the competitive situation in non-basic commodities under benefit contracts." The bill, he said, "would make it clear that the secretary of agriculture may, in benefit contracts with farmers, provide for limitation or reduction of the acreage or production of non-basic commodities a? well as of the basic commodity or commodities for the control of the production of which a contract is primarily designed." Grant Wood Named S. U. I. Lecturer IOWA CITY, April 26. L3)--Grant Wood, Cedar Rapids, artist, has seen appointed full time lecturer at :he University of Iowa graphic and plastic arts department by the state 3oard of education. Wood, who is director of CWA art for Iowa, will begin his duties on the university faculty at the beginning of the summer session. Ratings of contestants in the ninth annual Iowa high "school music festival at the University of Iowa May 3 to 5 will be given by these 12 official judges. It will be their task to rate groups :uul individuals from 136. schools of 126 towns in the 51 contests. More than 4,000 pupils, a record number, will participate, having qualified in district meets. These are the judges whose pictures are shown above: George Dasch, Chicago Little Symphony orchestra; 3Iajor W. 3. O'Callaghan, Culver Military academy band leader; N. De Bubertis, Kansas City, Mo., conductor and composer; A. M. Harley, Maine Townsliip high school, Des Plaines, 111.; Max T. Krone, Arthur Jordan conservatory, Indianapolis; Harper C. Mabce, Western State Teachers college, Kalamazoo, Mich.; Olaf C. Christiansen, Oberlln college of Ohio. Glenn C. Bainum, Northwestern university band director; Herman F. Smith, director of music in Milwaukee public schools; Dudley Buck, Chicago composer; Charles S. Skilton, University of Kansas; and Arthur Kraft, president of Columbia school of music, Chicago. FIRST PAYMENT TO IOWA SCHOOL Five Teachers Get Checks From Federal Rural Relief Plan. DBS MOINES, April 26. LB-First payment in the federal rural school relief plan was made today when a check for 5315 for March payrolls was mailed to five teachers in the Riverside, Washington county, high school. Iowa was given a federal appropriation of 520,000 to help smaller public schools to continue full semesters. The work will be continued during April and May. Fred O. Signs, payroll director, said today that checks totaling $2,023.21 for 77 teachers in 25 counties were mailed yesterday in the general federal educational relief program. B. H. Mulock, Iowa relief administrator, said he had called a conference of more than 250 engineers, social workers and statisticians su- pervising work relief projects in 70 counties to meet here next Sunday. The conference will outline in de-. tail the state relief and employment work. New Comfort for Those Who Wear False Teeth No longer need you feel uncomfortable wearing false teeth. Fas- teeth, a greatly improved powder sprinkled on your plates holds them tight and comfortable. No gummy, pasty taste or feeling. Deodorizes. Get Fasteeth at Michael Drug Store or your druggist. Three sizes. MICHAEL GUDAHY OBTAINS DIVORCE Wealthy Milwaukee Packer Awarded Custody of 8 Year Old Son. MILWAUKEE, Wis., April 26. UP) --Michael \ Cudahy, wealthy Milwaukee packer, today was awarded a divorce from his wife, Mrs. Alice Dickson Pinto Cudahy, and the custody of their son, Dickie, 8. The divorce was granted by Circuit Judge Charles L. Aarons who ordered that Dickie should be taken into the custody of his father at the completion of the present school year unless the case is appealed to the supreme court Mrs. Cudahy now has t'.e boy. : Judge Aarons said he had visited and talked with Dickie alone on consent of both the mother and father before submitting his decision. Cudahy is 48, his wife 40. Cudahy is the son of Patrick Cudahy, one of the four brothers who made their name synonymous with the meat packing industry. At this distance it appears that the sugar situation is causing a lot of folk around Washington to become sour.--Greensboro News. Quickly relieve the torment and soothe the irritated skin by simply applying safe, comforting i Gillette goes on the air-- with new network program! * GENE and GLENN with romantic Jake and Lena will surely win you Take oar word for It --yon will hear these characters nightly with Increasing Interest and affection. Gillette SAFETY RAZOR CO. W H O W O C Every Night bat Saturday and Sunday AT 10:15 P.M. C. S. T. Presenting . . . TO THE MEN OF MASON CITY, THE NEW SPRING AND SUMMER FLORSHEIM SHOES For 42 years the name Florsheim on shoes has come to mean the standard of shoe quality. Their careful craftsmanship, their perfection of detail, their fine fit, their .quality leathers have made them outstanding favorites with men who know fine footwear. In this new store we are proud to present these nationally famous shoes. A complete assortment of new Spring and Summer styles are waiting for your inspection and you will find that we are able to give you a type of service that is sure to please. Most Styles $Q.75 8 Some Styles $10.00 B. B. Shoe Store 105 N. Federal Ave. (Formerly Stevens Location) yye are proud to present the new jjpn'niT * n d Rummer FLORSHEIM SHOES to the \women of Mason City Their fascinating styles, their subtle leathers, and their luxurious ease have made them the choice of discriminating women. A fine selection of these nationally famous sh'oes--many of them with the hidden Feeture Arch that gives welcome support--are waiting for your inspection. Men experienced in the fitting of Florsheim shoes will carefully fit these fine shoes to your feet. ,75 to i.OO B. B. Shoe Store 105 N. Federal Ave. (Formerly Stevens Location)

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