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March 13, 1937

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 3

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 13 TOR 1937 THREE DEMAND HIGHER FEDERAL TAXES Land O'Lakes Co-Op Urges Levy on Imported Fats and Oils. ST. PAUL, (/P)--Delegates to the annual convention of Land O' Lakes Creameries, Inc., huge dairy co-operative, adopted a resolution demanding higher federal taxes on imported fats and oils that compete with domestic.prod- . ucts. Other resolutions asked an embargo on livestock from countries infected with cattle and hog diseases and action to prevent dumping o£ dairy products into t h e United States by countries that pay subsidies to exporters. Net sales of Land O' Lakes Creameries increased in 1936 to ?38,515,541, from the 1935 total of $35,566,291, despite a decline of 5 per cent in production of butter and cheese in the co-operative's territory, Treasurer E. G. Johnson reported. Four new directors were named and IB board members were reelected as the final business of the convention. The new directors are J. P. Johnson, Princeton, Minn.; C. S. Shurson, New Richland, Minn.; N. J. Larson, Ccn- turia, Wis., and Dan Danielson, Viborg, S. D. PLAN HEARINGS ON SUGAR BILL Biermann and Gilchrist on Subcommittee Named by Chairman Jones. . WASHINGTON, (£)--The house agriculture committee ordered public bearings to open Monday on the administration's new sugar bill. Chairman J o n e s (D-Tcx.) named a special subcommittee headed by Rep. Fred Cummings, Fort Collins, Colo., democrat, chairman of the congressional sugar bloc, to conduct hearings and report its finds to the whole committee as soon as possible. Cummings announced he would give every sugar interest adequate time to present comprehensive testimony. Other members of the subcommittee included Representatives Fred Biermann, (D) Decorah, Jowa, and Fred C. Gilchrist, (R) Laurens, Iowa. Sugar processors and refiners are expected to oppose the proposed three-fourths cent a pound excise tax intended to finance benefit payments of 70 cents a .hundredweight o£ sugar tor f con 7 tinental; 1 ;!Hawaiiaru f . and -Puerto Eicah producers who fullfil domestic allotment requirements. Charles City News Retiring Manager of Bell Firm Honored CHARLES CITY--A complimentary banquet and party was held Friday evening at the party room of the St.'Charles hotel in honor of Napoleon Trenor, retiring manager of the local Northwestern Bell telephone interests. Employes from the local office and many surrounding towns and their families to the number of about 60 attended to do honor to the local head of whom many sincere and complimentary talks were given at the dinner. Appropriate gilts were presented lo Mr. and Mrs. Trenor. Program Is Presented by Charles City Group CHARLES CITY--Mrs. Dorothy Olds drove to Faribault Friday accompanied by her daughter, Helen Lou, Helen Trusty, Marilyn and Edward Melcher where the young people gave a program for the inmates ot the Minnesota School for the Blind at that institution. A voice and piano instructor at the school is Mrs. Askel Nielsen whu is remembered as Melva Helming when she taught music in the local schools. Charles City Briefs Mason Screen Attractions smart newspaper picture, "Libeled Lady," booked at the Strand liceinnin? Sunday. "Li- belDil Lady" ranked as one of the best of the 193G film croi of pictures. Also an the program MYKNA LOY, WILLIAM POWELL AND "ASTA," THE BOG, ARE THE THREE PRINCIPALS in "After the Thin Man" playing: ut the Lake Theater, Clear Lake, Sunday and Monday. WILLIAiM POWELL AND MYRNA LOY AS THEY APPEAR in "Libeled Lady," which plays 'at the Strand beginning Sunday. To the lower left are Robert Young and 'Florence Rice, featured in "The Longest Night." MEWCOMURS FEATURED N "LOVE IS NEWS" Newcomers Tyrone Power and Don Amcchc have the leading nale roles in "Love Is News," ikrying opposite Loretla Yoimd in lie picture which opened Satur- ay at the Cecil. Waller CalleH, ane Danvcll, Slim Summcrvillc nd Stcpin Fctchil also are includ- :d in the cast of this story con- erning an heiress and a news- inpennan. Victor McLatrlcu portrays the ·ole of "Medals" Malone, const juard chief bo'sn's mate in "Sea Devils," second feature on the pro- irain. His portrayal in "Sea Dev- 1s" is a paternal one, as he is rep- ·esented as the father of Ida Luino. JOE E. BROWN IS SAID TO BE IDEALLY FITTED IN HIS latest slarrine-rolc, that of an astrologer in the photoplay, "When's Your Birthday?" wliich opened at the Palace today for a fnnr days' run. As sccr of the heavenly bodies Brown incubates a Dock of laughs from scrapes which follow iu the wake of his prophecies ·--and courts disaster when he neglects his own horoscope, JACK OAKIE, LILY PONS, AND ANOTHER MEMBER. OF the cast of-"That Girl From Paris," which starts a three day engagement a6 the new Cecil Tuesday. CHARLES CITY--Mrs. -Robert McCarthy, Waterloo, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Lloyd .Phillips, 903 l k Kelly street, and was the guest of honor there at a meeting of friends and neighbors. Refreshments and bridge occupied a pleasant evening. A group meeting of Maytag salesmen and employes was held last night at the Maytag store, following a dinner at the St Charles hotel given by the DCS Moines manager, Mr. Minor, who afterwards conducted the sales meeting. Extensive remodeling is going on 5n the former home of the late Judge C. H. Kelley at the corner of Hulin and Wisconsin slreels. This spacious residence was erected by A. G. Case in an early day and purchased by Judge Kelley in 1907 and occupied by him until his death In 1932. The new arrangement will provide an entrance on Hulin street and one on Wisconsin, each leading to a separate modern apartment. BURGESS MEREDITH AND MARGO ARE INVOLVED IN the moving: romantic photo-drama, "\Vinlersct," in the same roles they created in the successful Broadway and road engagements of Maxwell Anderson's famous play now showing at the Palace. SEEN ABOVE ARE JOAN Blondel!, Frank JlcHugh and Carol Hughes, featured in "Three Men On a Horse," while to the lower left are Steffi Duna and Charles Collins of the "Dancing Pirate" cast. Both pictures are starting* at the Stale Sunday. Rites for Mattke, 82, Held in Fredencksburg FREDERICKSBURG -- Funeral services for Charles Mallke, Sr., 82, were held here in the Evangelical church Thursday afternoon with the Rev. Walter Koch officiating. Mr. Mattke was born in Germany June 30, 1854. Besides his wife, he is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Winnie McCulloch of Fredericksburg and four sons, Rudolph MattUe, Waverly; Henry Mattke, Fredericksburg; Charles Mattke, Jr., of Culver City, Cal., and Walter Mattke of Lynn, Mass. A Sing Sing convict who studied law in prison got himself out on a writ of habeas corpus. Sing Concert to Be Monday, OSAGE--The music department of the local high school will present a concert Monday evening at the seminary gymnasium. Solos and group numbers will be played. SUNDAY - MONDAY They're Back Again in Their New Hit MYRNA WILLIAiM LOY POWELL --in-"AFTER THE THIN MAN" Cont. Sun., 1:00-11:00, I0c-2ffc Ends Sat.--"WHITE HUNTER" "THE OLD CORRAL" "FLASH GORDON" Sing's educational system rather scored there in vocational guid- ance.--Louisviilc Courier-Journal. Study Club Elects. FREDERICKSBURG--The local homo study club elected: President, Mrs. Albert -Jnhnson; vice president, Mrs. Homer Haclley; recording secretary, Mrs. Delos Tripletl; corresponding secretary, Mrs. William Turnkey; treasurer, Mrs. A. H. Milne. MOVIE MENU CECIL--"Sea Devils" a n il "Love Is News" through Monday. PALACE--"Wintcrscl" a n il "Whcn's Your Birthday?" through Tuesday. STATE--"The Three Mcs- nuitecrs" and "Legion of Terror" end Saturday. "Dancing Pirate" and "Three Men On il Horse" start Sunday. STRAND--"Borderland" and "Horse Feathers" cm! Saturday. "Lr*jciccl Lady" and "The Longest Nijfhl" start Sunday. LAKE-- (Clear Lake) -"White Hunter" ami "Old Corral" end Saturday. "Afler the Thin Man" starts Sunday. (Ills cinema is tliat now famed puoch known as "Asia." * * * Slate theater attractions beginning Sunday are "Dancing Pirate," in which Frank Morgan, Steffi Duna and Jack LaRue are fea- turcdj together with the transformed stage hit, "Three Men on a Horse." In the latter film are Frank McHugh, Joan Blondell, Guy Kibbee, Carol Hughes, Allen Jenkins, Sam Levciie and Teddy Hart. It's ;i hilarious story of race track betting and a postcard poet named Oiwin. By D. B. K. will be "The Longest Night." featuring Robert Young, Florence Rice and Ted Hcaly, * * * Opening at the Palace Saturday were "Win terse t," from Maxwell Anderson's stage success of the same name, a n d "W h e n ' s Y o u r B i r t h- d a y?", J o e E. Brown comedy. Burgess Meredith, who played the leading role in the slage hit, will again portray the role of Mio; Edward El-,,,,, -, ,,,,,,,,,,, Hs is cast as JOE. E. BROWN Judge Gaunl; Eduardo Ciannclli, as Trocak, and John Carradine, as Meredith's father. In "Whcn's Your Birthday?" Joe E. Brown is seen as a young man following a highly unsuccessful pugilistic career in order to pay for a course in astrology, but it seems that the only slars Joe sees are Ihose given him gratis by his opponents. Booked at the Lake theater at Clear Lake beginning Sunday is "After the Thin Man," starring William Powell and Myrna Loy in a sequel to the smash success, "The Thin Man." Also in Marie Bentley, 50, of Near Decorah, Is Dead DECORAH--Miss Marie Bentley, 50, resident of Highlandville, died Thursday morning after n three month's illness. Miss Bentley was born in Highland township and her entire life was spent in her home township on the home farm. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kalvor Bentley, survive, and the following brothers and sisters, Mrs. Gordon Thune, Kighland- i'ille; Lawrence, Herman and Ben, Spring Grove; George, Mabel, Minn.; Jerry and Mrs. Oscar Winger, Dncorah. Divorce Is Granted. NEW HAMPTON--Betty M. K1 o t z o f Fredericksburg w a s granted a divorce from Lloyd W. Klotz on Ihc charge o[ descrlion. The plaintiff was given custody of the child, Eugene. The defendant in the action is to be allowed lo spend 10 hours a month wilh the child. IDA LUPIN O Also in the cast of "Sen. Devils" are Preston Fiislcr, Helen Flint and DmuiUI Woods, as well as minor characters. * --f * William Powcl!, Myrna Loy, Jean Harlow and Sncnccr Tracy Hie leading figures in the are J. O. O. F. Saturday, March 13 JIMMY FLEMING'S Orchestra No. 1 Mr. Roosevelt isn't a dictator. A dictator is a ruler who runs things to suit himself and doesn't smile. --Kcwaiice Star Courier. EQUIPPED WITH NEW MIKKOPIIONIC SOUND JIMMY BARNETT ...Si-1, TONIGHT SPECIAL BUS will leave the Surf for Mason City at one o'clock tonilc. For convenience, comfort, safety and economy ride the Bus. . St. Patrick's Dance WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17 Jimmy Smith and His New Dixieland Swinf- Hand STARTS SUNDAY Kiu Until 3 P. M. SUPREME THRILL-PACKED REVEL! TWO GRAND SHOWS Ends Saturday Nile "BORDERLAND" "HORSEFEATHERS" "ACE DRUMMOND" NEWS FLASHES MIDNITE SHOW "The Longest Night" THRU TUESDAY A dumb nri/e fighter turns astrologer---he can rcail the stars . . . even while flat on his back. wiitl Marian MARSH Fred KEATING TWO GRAND FEATURES MAXWELL ANDERSON'S FAMOUS PLAY with Original Cast | 4 **** LIBERTY 25C PER PERSON CLEAR LAKE COUNTRY Wednesday, March 17 Music by NOHLE ROSS and His Orchestra Danciiur Starts 9 P. flf. EVERYBODY INVITED TO THIS ST. PATRICK'S PARTY $1.00 Per Couple Sponsored liy younjr Democrats Chili Ends Saturday: "Legion of Terror," "3 Mcsnuitcers," "Custer's Last Stand' Starts Sunday-2 ACE LATE SHOW Saturday Night! ON THE STAGE: ' Saturday Night-EIGHT BIG ACTS AMATEUR C H A R L E S C O L L I N S F R A N K M O . R G A N . S T E F F I O U N A . in 100% MEW T E C H N I C O L O R In Competition for Cash Prizes! NOIITII IOWA'S BKST Tlir.ATKE--Till: 1 I O M K OI' 1 M l l l H O l ' l l O N I C SOUNt ENDS Now EVERY MAN S H E M E T LOOKED INTO HER EYES ...AND SAW H E R B A N K A C C O U N T ! fighting for and against each other! ;,^\ i^^o| \ 26c }$$$$$« VICTOR McLAGLEN PRESTON F O S T E R Donald WOODS IDA LUPINO ! A COMI'I.KTI! i.ATK S H O W KVKlll- SAT N I G H T AT III I', jr. Starts Tuesday Frantic! Romantic! Dizzy! You're Got a Heavy Date With a Light Moment! A madcap melody drama with a French accent on American swing. OUR GANG COMEDY Spooky Hooky" C O M I N G SOON'--"SWINO mc.ll, SWING LOW"--"I.I.OVnS Of I.ONPON" "t;itni:.v T.IGUT"--"wiu-x vorj'itK IN

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