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April 23, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 23 1936 ELEVEN Norman Baker Under Federal Indictment on Radio Broadcasts LAREDO, Tex., UP--Norman Baker of Muscatine, Iowa, E. R. Rood and Roy Richardson are under federal indictment on charges of violating the United States communications act of 1934 in connection with alleged manufacture of records for broadcast from radio station XENT at Niisvo Lareda, Mexico. The indictment alleges the men conspired to maintain and use apparatus to make records for broadcast from the station, so located that its programs could be received in the United States, without- first obtaining a permit from the federal communications commission. Baker operates XENT and Rood and Richardson are associated with him. Mrs. Flora Tyrrell, 77, Is Buried at Woolstock EAGLE GROVE--Mrs. Flora Tyrrell, 77, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Martin Hirt, in Webster City, Tuesday. Funeral services were held at the Methodist church in Woolstock, Thursday in charge ot the Rev. William Baddeley. F I N K ' S L U C K Y P U R C H A S E SALE of Lovely New COATS SUITS Our buyer just returned from the markets with a wonderful assortment of the season's' best Suit and Coat styles . . . bought so favor, ably that we are able to offer them to you at almost half what they-should sell for. Short, medium, three quarter lengths . . . popular swaggers, fitted, strictly tailored and other modes..See them! All Sizes AIL Colors $ All Styles V REDUCED TO 587 CANDIDATES TO SEEK JOBS IN OWA'S PRIMARY )emocratic, Farmer-Labor, Republican Aspirants in Record Field. DES MOINES, (.T)--A record ield of 587 candidates is qualified or intra-party races in Iowa's 'une 1 state primary elections. That number of democratic, re- mblican and farmer-labor aspirants lad thoir papers on file in the of- iccs of the secretary of state. The Jiling period closed Wednesday night but some additional mailed lapers, postmarked as of April 22.. ,-ere accepted Thursday. Republicans led in the number of candidates for nominations to the various state, congressional and egislative offices with 293, while .here were 227 democratic entrants and the farmer-labor party, in its ;irst entry into an Iowa primary, \ad 67 nomination seekers. New High Mark. Mrs. Alex Miller, secretary of state, said the total number quali- :ied sets a new high mark for an Iowa primary. The number of filings by parties AMAZING D R E S S WASHABLE SILKS VALUES Here are Dress Values that simply can't be matched! They're the styles that nine out of ten women have been selecting all season, offered in a variety of colors. Every size--exceptional values at only Values to $5.00 15 S. FEDERAL was: tate offices Congress State senate , State house D 20 21 42 144 R 32 25 58 ISO F-L 10 43 All of the announced candidates for major nominations got their papers "in under the wire. Clair COMING To End R U P T U R E T r o u b l e s Representatives of \Vm. S. Rice. Adam?, N. Y.. nriRlnaior of the Rice J.l«thoti for the sell treatment of rupture at home, will be at the Ccrro Gordo Hotel, Kason City, lov-a. Eat.. April 25, to give a personal and free trial of his method to al! sufferers who want to end rupture trouble and truss wearing. No matter how had the rupture, how long you have had it. or how hard to hold, no matter how many kinds of trusses you have worn, let nothing prevent you from getting this FREE TRIAL. Whether you arc tall mid thin, short and stout, have a large abdomen, whether you think you are past help or have a rupture as large as your fists. this marvcrous Method will so control and keep it up inside as to surprise you. It will so restore the parts where the rupture comes through that soon you will be. as free to work at any occupation as though you had never been ruptured, The trial will be absolutely complete and thorough without a penny o£ cost. You owe it to your own personal comfort and safety not to miss the Rreat free demonstration, it is a real opportunity to learn how you may be done with chaffing trusses and the danger, suffering and trouble your rupture has caused. The hours nrrc S to 12 n, m., 2 to ,f p, rn. and evening 7 to H. Rrmcmljnr (he dnfps iind place, Ccrro Gordo Hotel. Mn.ion City, Imva. Hamilton, assistant attorney general who decided only Wednesday morning to seek the democratic nomination for attorney genera!, won an eight hour race with tin:e. Hamilton's papers went into the office before the deadline after 'riends over the state had obtained ;he necessary signatures and hurried the petitions to Des Moines Wednesday afternoon. 11 Out for Senate. The final entry list left the num- aer of candidates for nominations to the United States senate at 11. The democratic race has three entrants .the republican six and the farmer-labor two. In the · respective races for the gubernatorial nominations the democrats have two entrants and the republicans three. Wallace Ivl. Short of Sioux City is unopposed for the farmer-labor choice for governor. Outside of the contest for nomination for United States senator the farmer-labor candidates are unopposed in their own party. State Treasurer Leo J. Wegman has no opposition in seeking renom- ination on the democratic ticket for a third term, and there are no contests in the other parties for their nominations to the treasurership. Frank L. Williams (R) of Cedar Rapids and John Drogswold (F-L) of Scarville are unopposed. Candidates Are Ustrtj. The candidates for nominations to the United States senate and to state offices; " United States Senator: Clyde L. Herring (D) Des Moines; Hubert Utterback (D) Des Moines; Sam D. Whiting (D) Iowa City; George A. Chancy (R) Des Moines; L. J. Dickinson (R) Algona; Edwin C. Manning (R) Ottumwa; Norman T. Baker (R) Muscatine; Guy P. Linville (R) Cedar Rapids; Smith W. Brookhart (R) Washington; George F. Buresh (F-L) Cedar Rapids; Francis G. Cutler (F-L) Boone. Governor: Nelson G. Kraschel (O) Harlan; Richard F. Mitchell (D) Fort Dodge; George R. Call ( R i Sioux City; John M. Grimes (R) Osceola; George A. Wilson (R) Des Moines; Wallace M. Short (F-Li Sioux City. Lieutenant Governor--Vincent F. Harrington (D) Sioux City: Charles Hanna (D) Jefferson; H. L. Irwin D) DeWitt; Robert R. McBirnie R) Boone; G. J. Van Buren (R) REPORTS SHERIFF SEEKING TO SAVE BREEDING'S LIFE Maley Discloses Attempt to Halt Hanging of Iowa Wife Slayer. DES MOINES, UP)--Walter Maley, assistant attorney general, disclosed Thursday, an attempt to save Arch Breeding from ths gallows, which, he said, apparently involves the Montgomery county sheriff, who must plunge Breeding to his death. Breeding, a former Red Oak marshal, is due to be hanged Monday for the murder of his wife. Oct. 5, a supreme court appeal halted the execution. After Governor Herring decreed that Breeding must hang, Sheriff Conkel declared he "hated the task of springing the trap," but said he would do "his duty as the law required." Maley declared he had not learned whether the sheriff informed official witnesses of the hanging three days prior to the execution as required by law. He said he did not know what effect failure to comply with this requirement might have. SHERIFF DENIES TRYING TO AVOID HANGING JOB RED OAK, (/Pi--Sheriff John Conkel. informed Thursday afternoon that various sources declared he was unwilling to spring the trap that win second place in the annual fraternity song fest held there April 13. Robert B. Bergland, who is a member of Sigma Nu fraternity at the university, also took part in the event. William Schreckengost Dies Following Illness William Schreckengost died at the home of his sister-in-law, Mrs. B. B. Snell, 302 Fourteenth street northwest, about 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon following an illness of nearly two years. He is survived bf his wife and daughter, Mrs. Gilmer Bcckjordan, 1210 Sixth street southwest. will send Arch Breeding- to his death | Funeral arrangements had not on Monday, loudly declared: "It's a damn lie. It's my duty as sheriff, and I'll do it." been completed Thursday. The body was taken to the Patterson funeral home.- Burned Auto Found in Ditch Is Not One Bank Robbers Used SIOUX CITY, (/PI--Sheriff Will- Ham R. Tice said the burned automobile found near Sioux Falls, S. Dak., was not the car in which four robbers escaped after robbing the Morningside State bank here of ; K',292, but he expressed the opinion the gunmen may have changed cars to elude pursuit. ANOTHER MASON CITY WOMAN Mrs. Violet Goeders, 1011 3rd Street S. W. 1 POSED BY .MODEL t "AND I GET WHITER WASHES, TOO," WITH THESE RICHER, SAFER SUDS "HPHATS the wonderful thing about it! Not 1 only do I save the clothes and save myself hours of work--I hang out a wash so gleaming, snowy-white, it's the envy of the neighborhood! "My linens come many shades whiter from a Rinso soaking. They look so fresh and smell so sweet, I don't need to boil them. And since they're not scrubbed either, they don't get any abuse. They last 2 or 3 times longer, and I save lots of money! "Another thing: Rinso saves my hands. They used to get red and swollen; but since I use Rinso they're so soft and white. I like Rinso so much, I use it for dishes and all cleaning." To give your wash a lrand-ntw look every Monday--to keep colors bright and gay as new, white things fresh and snowy--change to Rinso! You'll 1 HAVE A FAVORITE GINGHAM HOUSE DRESS THAT HAS BEEN LAUNDERED DOZENS OF TIMES WITH RWSO. IT'S AS BRIGHT AS THE DAY I BOUGHT IT-BECAUSE IT HAS NEVER BEEN SCRUBBED OR BOILED. THE WAY 1 WASH CLOTHES MAKES THEM LAST 2 OR3 TIMES LONGER · be thrilled to see the way its lively suds soak out dirt. You'll say goodbye to scrubbing forever. Wonderful in washers Rinse's grand in washers, too. The makers of 33 famous washers--home-making experts of 338 leading newspapers--recommend it. Rinso is ail you need for rich, long-lasting suds--even in hardest water. Wonderful suds for dishwashing and all cleaning. You'll like the way Rinso's suds absorb grease--make it vanish completely. Dishes, pots and pans come shiny-clean without a trace of greasy film left on them. Rinso's economical because a little goes a long way. Gee the BIG household package. Approved b) Good Housekeeping Initiate on Rinso radio program featuring Ken Murray with Phi!-Regan. Orchestra: Russ Morgan and his Lifcboys. Every Tuesday at 8:30 P. M. (E. S.T.) over the Columbia Network West Union; W. C. Edson (R) Storm Lake; Arthur Houver (F-L) ipringville. Secretary of State: Mrs. Alex Miller (D) Washington; Leslie 0. Hoss (D) Sidney: John G. Devine R) Humboldt; Paul L. Hindley (R) ^enterville; B. Mohnssen (R) Muscatine; Olive Johnson (R) Cedar lapids; Mrs. Henry Wood (R) Moville; Rachel Revell (F-L) Guthrie Center. Auditor of State: C. W. Storms (D) Fort Madison; George H. Bartels (D) Clearfield; Frank M. Hanson (R) Garner; H. A. Jackson (R) Grinnell; Ernest R. Quick (F-L) Des Moines. Treasurer of State: Leo J. Wegman (D) Carroll; Frank L. Williams (R) Cedar Rapids; John Drug- swold (F-L) Scarville. Attorney General: John H. Mitchell (D) Fort Dodge; Matt D. Cooney (D) Dubuque; William P. Welch (D) Logan; Clair E. Hamilton (D) Winterset; H. E. Davidson (R) Clarinda; Robert J. Shaw (R) Sigonrney; H. L. Fisher (R) Muscatine; U. A. Screechfield (F-L) Davenport. Secretary of Agriculture: H. C. Aaberg (D) Des Moines; T. L. Curran (D) Ottumwa; Seth S. Silver (R) Cantril; C. A. Benson (R) Elkader; Jess Sickler (F-L) Ogden. Railroad Commissioner: M. P. Conway (D) Atlantic; L. H. Childs (R) Fort Madison; L. W. Evans (R) Lake City; George L. McCaughan (R) Ankeny; John Pazour (R) Marion; Harry C. Paulson (R) Clinton; John Hamilton Cruickshank (R) Sioux City; W. G. Remington (F-L) Waterloo. 1934. "Lester L. Orsborn, Montgomery county atorney. wrote me." Maley said, "that Sheriff John Conkel had not received a death warrant from Gov. Clyde L. Herring and that the sheriff, as a consequence, could not send notices to official witnesses and make other arrangements for the execution as required by law. Finds Carbon Copy. "I checked the governor's records and found a carbon copy of the death warrant. I also found it had been delivered to the sheriff by registered mail. "When I called County Attorney Orsborn, be informed me he had just learned Sheriff Conkel had received the warrant, that the sheriff apparently was unwilling to go ahead with the execution and was connected with a movement to reopen Breeding's case." Governor Herring also disclosed Thursday that a delegation of Red Oak residents called upon him last week and asked that he commute Eroding's sentence to life imprisonment or grant a stay order for the execution so the case might be reopened. Herring Refuses tn Act. "I told them," the governor said, "that I wouldn't act unless they submitted written statements from the judge who sentenced Breeding and the county attorney who prosecuted him in which they agreed that sufficient new evidence was available to warrant further consideration." Governor Herring refused to grant Breeding executive clemency after the Iowa supreme court twice upheld his death sentence. "If, under the law," the governor then said, "this is not a deliberate, cold blooded, premeditated murder of one whom he had sworn to defend, I cannot conceive of first degree murder under any conditions." The governor fixed the date for execution after talking with Breeding's 19 year old daughter, Bernice. He said the girl, who witnessed the shooting, refused to intercede for her father and "maintained a neutral position." Admits Shooting: Wife. Breeding pleaded guilty of shooting- his wife during an argument over whether she would continue divorce proceedings against him. He claimed that he was intoxicated at tlie time and "did not know" what he wag doing. District Judge H. J. Mantz sentenced him to die Oct. 29, 1935, but Mason Cityans Take Part in Song Fest Robert T. Pearce of Mason City, who is attending the University of Minnesota at Minneapolis, helped his fraternity. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. BACKACHE Flush Kidneys of Waste Matter, Poisons and Acid and Stop Getting Up Nights 35 CENTS PROVES IT When your kidneys arc clogged and your bladder is irritated and passage scanty and often smarts and burns you need Gold Medal Haarlem Oil Capsules, a fine harmless stimulant and diuretic that always works and costs but 35 cents at any modern drug store. It's one good, safe way to put healthy activity into kidneys and bladder--you'll sleep sound the whole night thru. But be sure and get GOLD MEDAL--right from Haarlem in Holland--you are assured of results. Other symptoms of weak kidneys and irritated bladder are backache, puffy eyes, leg cramps, moist palms. 'For Your Eyesight Get Glasses' SMART GLASSES At Prices You Will Be Pleased to Pay . . . See Us. 110 1/, N. Federal Phone 1326 We Have Just Installed a New Type DuArtPermament Machine Don't he satisfied with anything less than the lovely DuArt Wave . . · given on our new Waver. As a special introductory offer, and for a limited time onlj--we make this special offer-- AB Complete -- Shampoo, Hair Cut and Fingerwave (Dried) A Regular $3.75 Wave For Only GOOD PERMANENTS AS LOW AS $1.50 COMPLETE We Have Modernized Our Wave Shop To better semi our patrons, we havi- installed a new Butler Automatic. Dryer. Fasli'r, more comfortable, more convenient! ANN GILBERT'S BEAUTY SHOP Across from Old Post Office Phone SI 80 Mason City Women Given Nomination for Music Office CEDAR RAPIDS, (!P -- A slate headed by Mrs. Gertrude Huntoop Nourse of Des Moines as presidential nominee, was unanimously accepted following the report of the nominating committee Thursday noon at the eleventh biennial convention of the Iowa Federation of Music Clubs in session here. Mrs. Lewis Bolton of Des Moines is the retiring president. Other nominees are Miss Eleanor Houts, Cedar Rapids, first vice president; Miss -Louise Hagerman, Waterloo, second vice president: Miss H. Juliette Redfern, Des Moines, corresponding secretary'; Mrs. S. V. Shonka, . Cedar Rapids, treasurer; Mrs. H. O. Johnson, Eagle Grove, auditor, and Mrs. E. A. Hanske of Bellevue, parliamentarian. Slated for election as directors are Mrs. Robert Luscombe of Des Moines, publicity; Mrs. Maude Wheedon Smith, Iowa City, education; Mrs. F. M. Humphrey, Mason City, American Music; Mrs. H. O. Greon, Spencer, finance; Mrs. C. O. Van Winkle of Hillsboro, historian; Miss Agnes Flanney of Des Moines, Iowa music, and Mrs. Helen Kacena Stark of Cedar Rapids, choral. Davenport has entered an invitation for the 1937 convention. PARTY IS HELD AT It. BIRCH HOME Friends gathered at the Ralph Birch home on President avenue northwest, Wednesday evening for a 6 o'clock dinner. Five hundred was played at three tables with Now Able to Walk Again, Feels Fine Gly-Cas' Action Almost Miraculous in Restoring Mr. Crow to Health; Stomach and Bowels Regulated Too-"Never a Medicine Like It," He Says. "I advise all rheumatic sufferers not to delay a minute in giving Gly- Cas a fair trial," said Mr. C. B. Crow, 201 Cottage Grove Ave., Waterloo, la. "I had been crippled with rheumatism so bad that I could MR. C. B. CROW hardly get out oC a chair or walk at all. My entire body was affected and such aches and pains as I endured were almost unbearable at times. My stomach and bowels were a constant cause for distress aiso. Gas formed on my stomach after eating and I bloated dreadfully. A good night's sleep was impossible and try as I did I found I could not get anything to help me--until I began Gly-Cas." "Gly-Cas has given me back my health," he continued. "For over thirty days I have not had a single symptom'of that awful rheumatism, it has been driven from my system, feel I am entirely well, my stomach and bowels are regulated until I eat Hurry! They're Going Fast.. New 1936 Model Hermetically Sealed GENERAL ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS « At These Amazing While They Last! 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Every refrigerator guaranteed for 5 years! high score prizes going to Mrs. Ber-1 and sleep good and feel fine again. -- · · This new remedy has "actually made nard Jones and Fred Mallo and low to Mrs. Theodore Thompson and Ralph Birch. Traveling prize went to Mrs. C. J. Garner. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Birch and son, Mr. and Mrs. Mallo and daughter. Mr. nnd Mrs. Garner. Mr. and Mrs. Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Birch. me feel years younger--I am again enjoying life and cannot praise this Gly-Cas half enough for what it ha's done for me. Gly-Cas docs its work and does it well even where all pise fails." Gly-Cas is sold by Michael Drug Company. 5 South Federal Ave., Mason City, Iowa. PEOPLE'S GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY Patronize Home Industry Use Decker's Fine Meat Products Always R- x V

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