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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 21, 1936
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, Al'RIL 21 1936 THRKJB? KRASCHEL FILES FOR GOVERNOR More Than 500 Expected to Return Papers Before Wednesday Deadline. DES MOINES, CM--Lieut. Gov. Nelson G. Kraschel of Harlan filed his nomination papers Tuesday for the democratic nomination for governor. Other filers seeking nomination to state and congressional offices were: John Hamilton Cruickshank (R) Sioux City L. A. Childs (R) Fort Madison, and George L. McCaughan (R) Ankenv, railroad commission; W. C. Edsoii (R) Storm Lake, lieutenant governor; Harry L. Fisher (R) Muscatine, attorney general; B. Mohnsscn (R) Muscatine, secretary of state, and Seth S. Silver (R) Cantril. secretary of agriculture: John H. Mitchell (D) Fort Dodge, attorney general. Congressional n o m i n e e filers were: W. O. Moore (R) Seymour, fifth district; Fred Wolfe (R) Primghar, ninth district; B. M. Jacobsen (D) Clinton, second district; Otha D. Wcarin (D) Hastings, seventh district; and Michael T. Kennedy (FL), Davenport, second district; George N. Kobb (D) Dubuque, second district. The state secretary's office reported 302 candidates Tuesday filed their nomination papers, including 30 farmer-laborites. More than 500 are expected to file before the deadline at 5 p. m. Wednesday. FASTER SAFER WHITER 2 Youthful Gunmen Face Life in Prison for Chicago Killing CHICAGO, LW--Two 19 year old unmen who call themselves "tough ·uys" Tuesday faced the gloomy prospect of spending the balance of heir lives in prison for the slaying f Dr. Silber c. Peacock. Durland Nash and Robert Goctnc iurst into tears Monday after Judge foseph Burke sentenced them to erve 199 years each for what h ermed an "atrocious crime." Their ninimum incarceration for 66 years and four months would make them before they could hope to regain heir liberty. iowan Injured When Car Is Derailed on Kansas Motor Train MENCKEN, Kans.. /B--Railroai officials investigated the derailmen of the second car of a Union Pacifi motor train near here late Mondaj ;hat killed two passengers and in iured six others. Those killed were Fred W. Pan 79, Beatrice, Nebr., and Mrs. Elme Peterson, 58. Onaga, Kans. The injured included Miss Jean Bothwell, missionary from India present home, Iowa City, Iowa, lac erations. P. S. McCune, conductor, said th wreck was probably caused by loosened heavy steel highway cros ing plate. Visitors From St. Paul. GRAFTON--Mr. and Mrs. Frc Christians of St. Paul, are visitin Mr. and Mrs. Charles Christians an also came to attend the funeral o Mrs. August Uckcr. WASHER Now you can do your wasting in one-half the lime with tie beau- tiiul new ABC One-Filly-Six . . . Largest capacity on the marte* . . . New exclusive ABC French. Type Agitator . . . New ABC aluminum Streamlined Wringer . . . ABC Patented Finger Tip Control . . . ABC Instantaneous Touch Release . . . ABC "Touch Feed" . . . are only a partial listing oi the many isalures of the sensational ABC One - Fifty - Six Washer -- The Washei that has more Safety and Convenience Features than any washer ever built Call for a demonstration! EASY TERMS ler- 29 2nd St. S. E. Ph. S 3910 | Give Her a Bulova Watch for Graduation STEIWER NAMED G.O. P. KEYNOTER Chairman Fletcher Reports Choice of Senator From Oregon Unanimous. CLEVELAND, .T)-- The Nation- 1 republican committee Tuesday amed Senator Frederick C. Steiwcr f Oregon as keynoter and tempo- r a r y chairman of the national republican c o n- vcntion w h i c h opens here June 9. Chairman Henry T- Fletcher of the national comm i 1 1 e e , who m a d e t h e a n - nouncement, said that the selection was unanimous. Senator Stciw- n a m e Displays Emblem I I C/Vatiwl WANT AD DON WOULD LIKE TO STAGE BULL FIGHT AT SIDNEY'S. RODEO was ,,, Senator Steiwcr placed before the miitvivi nn-' ·· »·· t -..--- -committee by Ralph Williams, national republican committeeman from Oregon. Chairman Fletcher said that a, number of other prominent republicans were considered for the keynote speaker, but that Stoiwers name was the only one formally placed before the committee. Burke of Butler Is Named Superintendent of Hanlontown School HANLONTOWN--At a. school board meeting- Saturday Harold M. Burke of Butler, S. Dak., was hired as superintendent for the. local school for the coming year. Mr. Burke has been in his present location for some time. He is a graduate of Augustana college, Sioux Falls, S. Dak. He was a member of Au- gustana college choir and of the Men's glee club of Yankton, S. Dak. The Burke family consists of Mr. and Mrs. Burke and one child. They will move here as soon as living quarters can be obtained. Recognizing that Want Ads contain some of the most vital news carried in the daily paper and that it is a social service to the subscriber even before it is a source of profit to advertiser and publisher, the Association of Newspaper Classified Advertising Man- a»ers has set' aside the . . . . . ' · of SIDNEY, (M--The Sidney rodeo committee finally has found out that Luis Solano of Mexico City, Mexico, would like to present a bull fight at the rodeo here this year. Don Solano's letter to Dr. Ralph Lovclady of the committee was written "entirely in Spanish and the committee didn't know what it was all about until a Spanish instructor in a neighboring town translated it. The don has a "nice little bull fight featuring three boy bull fighters who are skilled and quick with the short bull," the committee was told, and he would be willing to stage six performances for $18,000 exclusive of the cost of the bulls amounting to $5,000 more. If the committee would postpone the rodeo until November, Solano could send a de luxe bull fight foi $60,000, featuring his son Luis who then would be home from France and Portugal where he now is fill ing contracts. Ad Every .young lady loves a beautiful and reliable watch. "THE BUI.OVA FILLS THE BDLJL." PRICES AND TERMS TO SUIT YOUR NEEDS The Lepper Jewelry Co. JO First Street S. E. $2,000 Fire Results From Rubbish Burning on Farm Near Nashua NASHUA--A barn 24 by 48 feet, silo, 13 pigs, all feed and harnesses burned on the John Roach Sons farm six miles east of here Sunday. Fire started from burning a pile of rubbish, which spread to a stack of soy beans, while Eugene White, tenant, went to dinner. The fire was nearly extinguished in stack, when a gust of wind blew some sparks into the alley way of the barn and scattered hay caught fire. The loss was estimated at $2,000. April 19 scrvance Week" this year. The Globe-Gazette want ad section, in charge of Miss Edith Kropman, is joining in the observance. As safe driving is promoted by "Safety First Campaigns" so the more extensive use of classified advertising to meet all daily problems is taught by these recurring nationwide events. The emblem displayed at the top of this column will be seen in practically every town in. the U. S. during "National Want Ad Week." Classified advertising managers feel that many small troubles are made more vexatious by failure to remember to use and read the want ads for men or money to meet the situation. Moreover, too many persons think of these useful little servants when in need of help or tenants or to recover a lost article but completely overlook them for the thousand other uses to which they may be put. The Association of Newspaper Classified Advertising Managers the sponsors of "National Want Ad Week" is a body of the leaders in this phase of newspaper work from Maine to California, men who are banded together to guard the want ad columns of all newspapers from frauds and from well-meaning but misguided persons whose regulai statements about what they offei or regarding- the offers of theii competitors, might create much ill ut -Ad Woman and Mother B R O W N L A B E L High Quality, Low Cost At Your Grocer's in *4 and Vz M». Packages tat reveals vrfal kiaeft erences You see with your own eyes the vital features that manufacturers LEAVE OUT of their low-priced cars but POINT TO WITH PRIDE in their higher-priced cars! The X-Ray System will show you things that you've never seen before ... vital, hidden differences INSIDE the low-priced cars. And it will show you. bevond all doubt, that Nash "400" and LaFayette are the oxi.Y cars' in the low-price fields that are engineered, powered and lubricated exactly like the hiehest- priced cars. That they will run "sweeter" and keep their new-car "feel" long after other cars have failed. See the X-Ray System at the nearest Nash-LaFayette showroom. The Nash Motors Co., Kenosha, Wis. LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTS THROUGH NEW 6% C.I.T. BUDGET PLAN -- ol vacation plea iyc more nt° a six-fool hJZ Averted ASsi^^kr ^'"'naticCntiS^r TM odd - D in s Demonstrate Bis. luxurious Kash Ambassador s^TM; with trunks--Ills-inch whcclbasc--M-oa toS995f. o. b. factory. All prices subject to clinnttc without notice. Special equipment extra. fi£ LUXE UFOTuTTE FOUR DOOR SEDAN W1T.-3 tHUBX not for ship. and misunderstanding were i this nationwide censor Barkley Expected to Be Named Democrat Convention Keynote WASHINGTON, (.T)--Selection o Senator Barkley of Kentucky a keynoter and Senator Robinson o Arkansas as permanent chairman o the democratic national conventio: is definitely expected when th committee on arrangements meet at Philadelphia Saturday. Postmaster General Farley, the | democratic national chairman, will preside over the meeting. The names of Senator Barkley and Robinson for the two choice posts have long; been mentioned in committee circles, and are now known to be favorable to the aflmin- istration. She Left at Seven Days Old Reunitec CEDAR RAPIDS. (.T)--Assistanci f the federal census bureau ha irought the reunion of Mrs. Eliza jcth Ealy of Cedar Rapids with he mother, Mrs.'Sam McGregor, frorr vhom she has been separated sine he was seven days old. As an infant Mrs. Ealy was sen a children's home in Omaha Nebr., and later was adopted b foster parent's. Recently Mrs. Ealj now 33. with the help of the censu jureau located her mother in Dal as, Tex. She visited Mrs. McGrc; ;his week. Body of Mrs. Wessels Is Brought to Ackle) AREDALE--Word was receive Monday noon by Mrs. Wcss Wcssc of the sudden death of her sistc Mrs. Carrie Bingen at the home t her daughter, Mrs. Glenn Asht'oi in Fort Dodge. The body wt uroug-ht to Ackley. her former lion for f i n a l rites. Mrs. Bingen wa planning to return to her hon here, as she was feeling: about hi usual self, and her sister had bee looking for her return Monda when the message came of h e death. Besides Mrs. Wessels, anot er sister survives. Mrs. Minnie Kin who was called Sunday to Cheyenn Wyo., by the birth of a baby daughter to her son-in-law and daughter, Mr: and Mrs. George Jordan. Prosecution Seeks Four Indictments in Wendel Kidnaping BROOKLYN, N. Y., (.T)--District Attorney William F. X. Geoghan went before a special Kings county grand jury Tuesday seeking at least four indictments for kidnaping in the case of Paul H. Wcnde!, disbarred Trenton attorney. Martin Schlossman, 30 year old laundryman, already was charged in an affidavit with n role in the detention of Wendel "for the purpose of having him sign a confession that he kidnaped tie Lindbergh baby." Search for three other men was under way in Detroit and Cleveland. CERRO GORDO NASH COMPANY Phone 636 Osage Countiy Club Is Giving Show Two Nights OSAGE--The Sunny Brae Golf club here is sponsoring an amateur hour Tuesday and Wednesday even-. ings at the Colonial theater. The home talent for Tuesday evening includes Velma Anilci'son. Mary Morrison. Bob Mork, Mary Teats. George Nelson. Francus Dictrichs, high school clarinet group, Donald Spurteck. C. Morse and company and the Harmony Boys. Wednesday night Neva Jeremy, Spaanum Sisters. Jack Conklin. Kitson-Gussel- mann, piano duo. Lloyd Samuels, Bill Meyers. Paul Brookins. Bel-nice Williams and the Harmony Boys will appear. Several on Farm-Labor Slate for Winneshiek DECORAH--J. B. Borlaug, secretary of the Winneshiek county Farmers Union, will be a candidate for state representative in the June primaries on the farm labor ticket. Walter Mull will run for county treasurer on the same ticket, and Arthur Tollefson. son of President T. E. Tollefson of the Farmers' Union, will make t h e race for county auditor, on the farm labor ticket. He is now a student at Luther college. Eli EllicUson, member of the city police fon-c. is a candidate for county s h e r i f f on t!»- above ticket. NEW STYLES AND COLORS . AND LULUHb ABELSON inc. i ,(*. U . Big $1 Bottle Tn honestly proT" the. crtat v»lu« of O L D M O H A W K INDIAN T O N 10 (or relieving stom- sch. kidney ana liver troubles. w c will sell until further n o t i c e the iccular Jl bottle U2 ounces) for 43 cents upon presentation oi this ad. Limited 3 to a customer. We a l s o guarantee that the medicine Is worth at least tea times what you pay lor It -.Vithin 12 hours Old Mohawk Indian T o n i c will drive poisons from your system as black as any int that ever came Irom a bottle, it causes a more natural action than °'" Jo *' !t ,f!i' i . lc £5 m know o!. It is a Mod treatment lor rheumatic and neuritis Btlns in arm:, neck. bacs. hips and lees. EivlnK speed? relief. Every person needs a tnorouin clcanlnc out ot their system 4 or 5 tlmei .1 year This ma!:cs you less liable to rheumatism, appendicitis im! other dan- rerons diseases. Ecn one How «1« M'J i sick stomach. K=s and bloatlne Mailed i inrwhcrc. Swl ISc [or eoswce.--Aov. ; Huxtable Drug: Co. I I Hi S- I'Ytl- ^ v ''---Mason City, 1' P I C N I C F O R M U L A Picnics are o delightful diversion. We might qualify this generalization by limiting our enthusiasm to picnics held in the spring, since we must admit that when the flying and crawling pests reach their full summer voracity, they take the fun out of this pastime An appetite, engendered by a ride to location through a countryside resplendent in spring sunshine and verdant foliage, will fully appreciate the concoctions that come under the heading of a picnic lunch. You needn't remind us that our province is clothes; we're coming right to the point. Though we concede their right, to such an opinion', we do not concur with those who hold that a straight jacket is the only appropriate outfit for picnickers. We've shown here the details of an outfit that fits into any countryside setting, irrespective of your picnicking proclivities. IMPORTANT NOTE: In case you have any doubts about what to wear and when to wear it, we should be happy to send you a "Chart of Correct Dress--Approved by Esquire." Just send us a stamped, self-addressed envelope. ESQUIRE will answer all questions on men's fashions. Write MEN'S FASHION DEPARTMENT, THE MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE ond enclose o self-addressed stamped envelope for reply. COPYRIGHT 1936, ESQUIRE, INC.

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