The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on May 3, 1934 · Page 8
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May 3, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 8

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EIGHT MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MAY 3 1931 MARRIED MAN TO PAY LESS TAXES Bill Approved by Congress Goes Easier on Incomes Up to $25,000. WASHINGTON, May 3. CSPJ-^The married taxpayer with a net income up to and including $25,000 will pay less than at present under the tax bill sent to the white house today. The following table shows what Safe Pleasant Way To Lose Fat How would you like to lose lo pounds of fat in a month and at the same time increase your energy and improve your health? How would you like to lose your double chin and your too prominent hips and at the same time make your skin so clean and clear that it will compel admiration? How would you like to get your weight down.to normal and at the same time develop that urge for activity that makes work a pleasure and also gain in ambition and keenness of mind? . Get on the scales today and see how much you weigh--then get a bottle of Kruschen Salts which will last you for 4 weeks and costs but a trifle. Take one-half teaspoonful in a glass of hot water before breaJc- fast every morning--cut down on pastry and fatty meats--go light on potatoes, butter, cream and sugar-and when you have finished the contents of this first bottle weigh yourself again: Now you will know the pleasant way to lose .unsightly fat and you'll also know that the 6 salts of Kruschen have presented you with glorious health. To take off fat harmlessly and SAFELY, take- Kruschen every morning--don't worry--it's the SAFE way to reduce--but be sure for your health's sake that you ask for and get Kruschen Salts. Get them at Huxtable Drug Co., or any drugstore in the world and if the results one bottle brings do not delight you--do not joyfully satisfy you--why money back. a married man with no dependants would pay under the new bill and the present law on earned net income, meaning income after deductions but before exemptions are taken: St Income 1'resent tMW 5 3,000 ? 20 3,500 40 4,000 60 4,500 80 5,000 100 6,000 140 7,000 210 8,000 300 9,000 390 10.000 480 12,000 680 14,000 900 16,000 1,140 18,000 1,400 20,000 1.680 25,000 2,520 30,000 3,480 40,000 5,800 50,000 8,600 60,000 11,900 70,000 15,700 80,000 20,000 100,000 30,100 200,000 86,600 500,000 263,600 1,000,000 571,100 SEEKS FARM POST KIM ·f » 26 44 62 80 116 m 248 329 415 602 809 1,044 1,299 1,589 2,489 3,569 5,979 8,869 12.239 16,104 20,494 30,594 87,019 263,944 571,394 . 1 At the Hospitals A daughter weighing 7 pounds 2 ounces was bora to Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Adams, 201 Vermont avenue southeast, Thursday at the Mercy hospital. John Carnegie, 110 Adams avenue southwest, was admitted to the Story hospital Thursday for treatment. Master Alex Peterson, Britt, was admitted to the Park hospital Wednesday for examination. Miss Bemiece Boyd, 225 First street southwest, was dismissed from the Mercy hospital Thursday following a monor operation. Mrs'. Etta Liesenberg, 406 First street northeast, was dismissed from the Park hospital Wednesday following examination. Stanley Anderberg, 321 Fourth street northeast, was dismissed from the Mercy hospital Thursday following a minor operation. Mrs. R. C. McBurney and infant son, Meservey, . were dismissed from the Mercy hospital Wednesday. Juanita Jones, 2605 Jefferson avenue southwest, was dismissed from the Mercy hospital Wednesday following a major operation. Mrs. L. Marshall and infant son, --spring fever' time is here ...and what does It mnn to you? J TJST THIS: If you led listless, tnn-dowtv appetite aifll, with a -weak, let-down feeling ...perhaps nervous and -worn out...why not make an effort to "snap out" of this condition? Try toning lip your appetite... increasing your icd-blood-cells... the best way to be happy. You need a tonic--not just a so-called tonic... but a tonic that will tone up your blooci. S.S.S. is specially designed to do this for you. Unless your case is exceptional you should improve as your oxygen-carrying hemo-glo-bin increases. At all drug stores in two convenient sizes. The larger size is more economical. 0 Tht S.S.S. Co. In the Spring-take S.S.S Senator Fred \V. Nelson of Story county, republican candidate for secretary of agriculture, was :i visitor in Mason City Wednesday. He represented Story county in the lower house for two terms before his election to the upper house from the Story-Boone county district two years ago. He has the distinction of having had his name- on the republican ticket since before ho was 21 years old, having served for 18 ,, years as a township trustee prior to his service in the state house. Dougherty, were dismissed from the Mercy hospital Wednesday. Mrs. Robert Newberry and infant son, Mason City, were dismissed from the Mercy hospital Wednesday. ' . Mrs. Ernest Sheets and infant son, Britt, were dismissed from the Mercy hospital Wednesday. Mario Westaby, Alexander, was dismissed from the Mercy hospital Thursday following a major operation. MIRIAM MARSTON GIVEN PLAUDITS IN CMA CONCERT Large Audience Responds to Artistry Shown With j Varied Program. j For one night Miss Miriam Mars- j ton. pianist, dropped her studies as j senior at Iowa State Teachers' col-; legc, Cedar Fa'lls, and returned to j her home town to present a Civic i Music association concert Wednes- j day night which captivated a large audience. Extensive capabilities in interprctatirn were demonstrated by Miss Marston. This 20 year old artist, whose own attractiveness would have been sufficient to have Won favor o£ her audience, exhibited great technical skill and complete command of her instrument. She injected her charming personality into the appealing quality of her music. Teacher Also Pleased. The occasion was une of satisfaction also for Miss Alta Freeman of Iowa State Teachers' college, who is Miss Marston's teacher. She saw her pupil receive much applause in a concert requiring much study.' Dorothy White Weston was the assisting artist and with her vocal solos also received warm plaudits. Her accompanist was Ellis Bracken Laird. Miss . Marston opened the program with a colorful series, "Variations in F" by Beethven. Her next group included "Prelude in A Minor" by Debussy, "Valse Oubilee" by Liszt and Rhapsody in C Major" by Dohnanyi. Concerto Concludes Concert- Numbers given by Mrs. Weston included "The Hills of Gruzia" by Mednikoff, "Floods of Spring" by Rachmaninoff, "Dream Lure" by MRS, HYEK, 67, GARNER, IS DEAD Mother of Local Woman Dies at Hospital; Rites to Be Announced. i ! Mrs. Mary Hyek of Garner died j at 10 o'clock Thursday morning in i a Mason City hospital. Although she had been in poor health for some time, her recent serious illness was sudden. She was admitted to the hospital Wednesday. . ·. ^.Surviving: Mrs. Hyek are two daughtersy..Mra. lI.M..Woocl, Hying at 11 Jackson avenue southwest, and another in Denver, Colo. Mrs. Hyek was 67 years of age. She had lived in Garner'for a number of years. The body was taken to Garner where funeral services will be held. Arrangements have not been announced. Mrs. Hyek was a' member of St. Boniface Catholic church. Elizabeth V/llbur Bentlcy of Charles City and "Night" by Brown. The concluding feature of the program was an effective "Concerto in C Sharp Minor" by Kimslty- KoreaUow. With Miss Freeman, at the second piano. Miss Marston played brilliantly the solo part. Dr. C. M. Franchere announced that the next Civic Music association concert would be by the Civic orchestra May 14 when Ilza Nie- macli of Charles City is violin soloist. Former Mason City Man Among Principal Speakers at Meeting C. C. Edmonds, son of. A. J. Edmonds of Mason City, who is manager of the Pittsburgh zone for the Euick company, was one of the speakers at the meeting of mow than 500 Buick dealers in Pitts- .burgh recently. Mr. Edmonds is a graduate of the Mason City high school and has many friends here. Other speakers at the meeting were Harlov/C- Curtice, president of the Buick Motor company; W. F. Hufstader, vice president and director of sales: C. G. Rilcy. manager of the Buffalo zone; J.T,. Murray. Detroit, regional manager and F. A. Bower, chief engineer. FATHER OF U IS SENTENCE Son of Northwoocl Man Is Named Head of Dentists NORTHWOOD, May 3.--Dr. Erling Thoen. member of the Univer- sity of Iowa Dental faculty, who was named president of the Iowa State Dental association, is the son of N. E. Thoen of Northwood. The election was held at the annual convention in Cedar Rapids. Seniors to Give 1'Uiy. BANCROFT, May 3.--The senior class play, "Billie Behave," will be given by the Bancroft high school May 17 and 18. Mother of Nine Children Is Also Given Sentence on Statutory Count. CLARION. May 3.--Fred Ruiter of Belmond Thursday was sentenced to six months in the county jail on i a. statutory charge. Ruiter, who is ! a widower with U children, was ! found guilty by a jury. j Mrs. John Phayer, also of Bel- j rnond, pleaded guilty to a statutory i offense and was sentenced to three months in the women's reformatory at Rockwell City. She is the mother of nine children. ! Charges against Ruiter were filed ; by John Phayer. ' Sticks Head Out of '. Car Window, Killed When Glass Breaks, IPSWICH, S. Dak., May 3. I.TJ-- i Howard Stancer died, the victim of ! an unusual accident. Driving on the I highway at night, he opened the j window of his sedan and peered out I to get a better view of the road. His car struck another, which had stalled. The window shattered, cutting his throat and jugular vein. Improved demand is causing cn- ! largement of banana plantations in Honduras. S T Y L POINTS to New Models On Display White footwear is becoming increasingly popular for spectator sports a n d general wear. We now present the authentic creations for spring and summer wear . . . but priced to conform to our notable standards of value. AAAA to E WIDTHS SIZES 31/2 to 10 -Shoes \AAA to EEE 105 NORTH FEDERAL AVE GRAND JURY TO PROBE BANKING i Attorney General Calls for Analysis of Situation in Detroit. WASHINGTON, May 3. (.11--A grand jury analysis of the Detroit banking situation has been ordered by Attorney General Cummings. - A short while before, unsound practices and mismanagement were reported to the senate banking and stock market investigating committee as the causes of the failure of Cleveland's two big banks--the Guardian Trust company and the Union Trust company. Cummings told reporters he had designated Guy K. Bard, a special assistant attorney general, to handle the Detroit case. Cummings disclosed that the prolonged governmental investigation had considered a large number oi transactions which would be draw, together by the grand jury. The investigation upon which the criminal proceedings will be brought has included statewide banking chains controlled by the Guardian Detroit Union Group, Inc., and Detroit Bankers company. Cummings would give no indication as to the number of men whose affairs will be submitted to the grand jury except to say i t ' was "very large." South Dakota Child Hit by Truck, Killed CHESTER, S. Dak.. May 3. (.T)-Robert, 6, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bruno Petsch, was lulled instantly when struck by a truck on the main street here last night. The driver. William Kciner. said his vision was obscured by rain on the windshield. Good News for Kidney Sufferers! Hero is roller that JOM right into the irritated . C K a Sii hdd 7 "Win »o quickly, you can ·ctuillvSEE results within afciv hours Flujbt out poisons, neutralizes burnine acids, brin w prompt soothing comfort. No more nehioit buck, wrak bladder, sore painful joints from lack ot hdney activity. Ask drunEist for Folcy Pills- lake no other. Money luck nnuteg. C183S Did You Ever . . . See so many white Shoes on the streets, so early in the season ? Did you ever see such "smart" Styles? You probably KNOW that the prettiest ones are bought at 14 E. State St Where Shoes Are Kcally Fitted Ihc'modcrate 'rates at The A s l o r ' o f f e r t o d a y ' s great value in hotel comfort. As low as $4 secures--for two people-the service of the most considerate and .convenient hotel in lown. R A T E S With bath or thouer One l'cr60U*3 up Two I'cr«one *4 up Twin Bcds*5 up TWO Persons; Two rooms, one bath *5 up" Three Persons: Two rooms, one bath *O "P. Koiir Persons: Two rooms, one bath ^'T up Suites; Parlor, bedroom bath ; ;· *9 «P' ASTOR Only great Hotel entering^right'on- TIMES SQUARE-t/ie heart of NEW YORK Anna Marie Lindblade | Gets Divorce Decree j A divorce was granted Wednesday in district court to Anna Maix- Lindblade from Vernon A. Lind- i blade on the grounds of cruel and inhuman treatment and non-sup- part. Mrs. Lindblade was granted custody of a 4 year -old daughter, Barbara. The couple was married Feb. 25,1928, in Sioux City, but separated last October. are always ays kind to your throat so round, so firm, so fully packed--no loose ends that's why you II find Luckies do not dry out "It's toasted" We like to tell about the finer tobaccos in Luckies--the choicest Turkish and domestic, and only the mild, clean center leaves--they taste better--then "It's toasted"--for throat protection. But we're just as proud of the way Luckies B* arc made. They're so round and firm, so free from loose ends. That's why Luckies "keep in condition"--that's why you'll find that Luckies do not dry out--an important point to every smoker. Luckies are always--in all-ways!--kind to your throat. */Luckies are all-ways kind to your throat H Only the Center leaves-these are the Mildest Leaves ffy * I..JM s ~ * « . . . » . T w i ~ a . * * ~ c M . ~ ~ ! ^^liliL

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