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FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1845 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Backstage in Iowa Politics Legislatures "Quibble About What t Should Come First in Discussion of Laws ' By PAUL R. BCMBARGER , (Iowa Dally Press Writer) Des Moines, (IDP A)--Biggest behind-the-scenes light in the legislature is over putting first things first. Involved in a controversy is what.should come first--"state income tax, regular state appropriations or school legislation among ethers. "Don't Fence Me la" is an ac r curate musical description of'the Farm Bureau's plight. In the center of a buttonholing beehive, the bureau is plunking for school code revision, a full state income tax to help pay for it and trying to bat down proposals to halt considera- Uoo ol school bills until state institutional and departmental needs are met. On the Other Hand: Other forces want to take immedip.te favorable action on reinstatement of a 50 per cent, cut in the income tax, give the" green light to routine state. biennial needs. and state institution building programs. They are aided by a lack of contention for funds between the board of control and' board · of education, where rivalry occasionally: has existed jnMhe past, !'.School.'Strategy: Procedure of the school forces will be id present reorganization, bills -first .because other code revision measure^ hinge upon what happens to them. State aid for schools also is slated for early action. Rep. Albert Steinberg, Ames, as chairman of the house schools committee, is expected to iake an active part in handling these bills. It remains to be seen whether he will become such a single-handed champion'as the late Hep. W. P. Knowlton, Decorah, in the last legislature. Resignation of Hep. B. S. Moyls, Maquoketa, and election of former fiep. A. L. Doud Jr., Douds, to the state senate removed from the house 2 school code commission members. House members with a "school" background, largely are confined to" legislative newcomers. The situation's different in the senate. · N e w and Old: Observers actively supporting school legislation theorize the young legislators generally are-more ardent in then- support of the program than older members, far removed from the classroom. The rub is. that because of war, tiie legislature 'doesn't have a normal quota of youth. Even'so, the legislators say privately that something will be done for the teachers during-the session. WIND UP: Statehouse*sources say that departure of a couple of state employes, a word of warn- ing here and there and a final report, which will be made public in 2 weeks but not name names, will conclude an investigation into alleged state expense account padding. Amounts involved in hotel stops of - employes under scrutiny are reported to fae below $100 per individual. State checkers are reported to have filed a preliminary report on the probe with Gov. B. B. Hickenlooper on Nov. 25. Gov. Robert D. Blue did not learn of the investigation until a week ago. OFF TO INAUGURAL: Democrats' big day cotftes Saturday when President Roosevelt will take oath for a 4th term. Illness to the family may keep National Committeeman G. G. (Bert) Jeck, Atlantic, at home. Among Iowa democrats going to -Washington for the ceremony will be State Chairman and Mrs. Jake More, Harlan; Mrs. Florence Lynch, Le- Mars, national committeewoman, and Mrs. Benona Young, Bloomfield, state' vice chairman. BITS: In checking Iowa inaugural data, newshawks learned of, the existence of one Lt. Col. Harlie Alphonso . Grantham of the state guard. ; . .He's best known as "Tex"' Grantham of the state tax commission. . . . Gossip in democratic circles is that' Ik. J. Ahlers, LeMars democrat, has the .inside track for reappointment as state highway commissioner. ... He has a dozen or more rivals for the post. Clare Luce Thinks De Gaulle Should Be Asked to Big 3 Meeting Washington, U.R) --Rep. Clare Boothe Luce (R., Conn.) said Friday that Gen. Charles De Gaulle should be invited to participate in the scheduled big, three conference as a testimonial to France's role of an heroic ally. Mrs. Luce, recently returned from-a European tour, in an interview lauded the French as "the only liberated Europeans, with the possible exception of the · poor Poles, who are fighting effectively at pur side." i There is no hope for peace in Europe without a strong, democratic France, capable of keeping Germany in check, she said. She added t h a t because of the "vacuum-like quality" of this country's foreign policy, France is turning to Russia.. "The French are in the same position as the British," she said. "They want assurances that we will make them strong again." .':. She said she regretted American delay in accepting^De Gaulle and remarked tHat he saved France from falling into the political chaos Italy has experienced. "I am very hopeful about the future of France," Mrs. Luce said. ' De Gaulle has proved himself a leader. It remains to be seen whether he is also a politician. SPONHEEW BITES SET Osage -- Funeral services for Amund A. Sponheim, 71, who died suddenly at Cliarles City Thursday morning, will be held Saturday at 12:45 p. m. at Shelladys funeral home and at 1:30 p. m. at the Rock Creek Lutheran church The Rev. C. B. Gunderson will officiate. Burial will be in Riverview cemetery south of St Ansgar. · ^^ THEY USED TO CALL HER FATTY Io» of wetfit U far moct overweigiit people through m plouwxt. .baolutely hann- bH nducme method. While eating plenty, it a powibJe to takeoff ..muci M three to nve unsightly pounds a week. No erercwe, no starvation diet, no re- OOCUIK drugs or cathartics are anxnary for tkoie who seek to regain ajfraatu!; youthful figure. In fact, tixe Treinctt Way is so confidently recommended that you may tiy Tremett without risk- ««» penny. You and your friends rnost ··uvel at the dating improvement yoor appearance; you must get the yon sett in 30 day*, or yarn wiH be refunded in roll. EDJ- r« -direction, with erety pvefcafe. Alt for Treosett at. ^ Drmf sm an« int U Its D» MM ^CLEAR LAKE GLOBE-GAZETTE DEADLINES: U a. t*. in H«w» ut A*. f. pt. far Phone 23* or 25» AND KGLO OmCE 5«7 West Main St CHRIS EOME CHRIS HOWE. 87, DIES AT HOME Funeral for Laker to Be Sunday Afternoon Clear Lake--Christopher Rowe, 87, died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Ollie.Peterson, 301 Clark street at 6:30 o'clock Friday morning following an illness. He had been in poor health for three years and had been confined to bis bed' for the past three weeks, when he suffered a heart attack. He is suavived by his wife at Clear Lake, bis daughters, Mrs. Peterson and Mrs. Charles Hemm, Chapin, and one son, Frank Howe, Duluth. v Williams Funeral Home is in charge of the funeral, which will be held Sunday, although the place has not yet been decided upon. Distinguished Flying Cross Awarded to Lt. Fankell Laker Makes Forced Landing After Engines Are Dead Clear Lake--1st Lt. William -B. rankell was recently awarded the Distinguished Flying. Cross tor "'meritorious achievement in aerial flight," according to word released by the 15th AAF in Italy. He was previously awarded the lir medal with one oak leaf clus- In.a recent mission to Munich, Germany, Lt. Fankell was piloting a 15th AAF B-24 Liberator when he was forced to make an emergency landing when his 4 engines went dead. He landed back of the lines and was reported missing, in action at his home base for 48 hours before he and the rest of his crew hitchhiked back to his home base in Italy. In ·recent letter to hi* parents, Mr. and Bin. Fred Fsnkell, h«re. 1ST LT. WILLIAM FANKELL be tUted that (her wvnld have re-* DIES AT DECORAH TM 7 · nerson, as, died Wednesday following 5 years' illness. Funeral services will fae conducted Saturday by the Rev Oliver G. Fjeldstad at the Decorah, Lutheran church. Survivors are the wife, sons. Juel, Milwaukee, Harold, Decorah, and daughter, Mrs. Helen Snow, Waterloo. VELMABEEN GREW, FETED Clear take-- A pre-nuptial miscellaneous shower for Velmadeen Grell was held Wednesday evening at the Mrs. Hollis Bokleman home at Ventura, Mrs. Frank Dankbar assisting. The 25 guests present wrote recipes for' the bride-to-be and refreshments- were served. Miss Grell will be married ' to John Shaw of Waterloo in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. K Grell. Chester--Clinton B. Knapp returned to Washington, D. C., after spending a week's leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Knapp. Mr. Knapp is in the "merchant marine service. For dependable LOCAL HAULING SERVICE just call OMA BURGENER Prompt Service Reasonable Charges Phone 1010 CRESCENT CLUB ENDORSES CODE Current Events Are Given at Meeting Clear Lake -- Several federated clubs met Thursday afternoon. Mrs. H. H. Crane, assisted by Mrs. Fred Bendt, entertained the 20th Century club at luncheon. Supt. T. G. Burns spoke to the group on "School Legislation, 1 and a 'discussion followed. The next "meeting on Feb. 1-will be at the Mrs. A; C. Pryor home with Mrs. Forde Lee assisting and Mrs H. W. Petersen leading the Jesson Crescent club indorsed a resolution supporting a revision oi school legislation and will send il to the legislator* of this district at the Thursday afternoon meeting at the home of Mrs. A. S. Dice. Mrs. Edward Hunttihg led the lesson on current events. Mrs. J. G, London will entertain Feb. 1-. Sorosis club met with Mrs. R C. Taylor, 610 Walnut street Thursday and Mrs. George Brooks reviewed Stephen Vincent Benet's book, "America." The next meeting will be Feb. 1 at the. TVlrs Will Rich home. Mrs. F. G. Cookman was hostess to Hoyal-club Thursday afternoon and Mrs. Walter Cash assisting hostess. Oweso club meets for the next meeting Jan. 31 at the home o: Mrs. John Beyl, southeast of Clear Lake. At the session Wednesday Mrs. L. B. Bruner was hostess anc Miss Alma Tokle a guest. Prizes from the contest were presentee to Miss Tokle - and Mrs. Elmer Thrams. Lake Project Leaders Meeting Will Be Feb. 26 Clear Lake--The Lake township project leaders will hold a training school at the E. E. Studyvin home on Feb. 26 with Mis Buchanan, home economist conducting the lesson on "Slip Covers," District No. 2 of Lake township will hold a follow-up meeting at the Mrs. Walter Tesene home Thursday with patterns be ing the lesson topic. Postpone Quarterly Conference at Lake Clear Lake--Due to the illness of the Rev. F. Earl Burgess, the covered dish dinner and quarterly conference meeting announced for Sunday, Jan. 21, at the Methodist church has'been postponed until Jan. 28. BURNS TO SPEAK TO WA-TAN-YE CLUB Clew Like -- Wa-Tan-Ye club will hold a dinner at June and Johnny's Monday evening at 6:30 p. m. with Supt. T. G. Burns presenting a talk on "School Legislation." Members -bringing guests to this meeting are to notify Mrs. Veneta Beckner, hostess, or Miss Ella Mae Knop, assisting hostess. Members are to bring the serial number of the pin Money bond purchased during the 6th War Loan drive. » telecnm from the war department, had he been mfarinc 24 more boon. He toM hi* mother to tell others at home that they should not lay too much stock in · "m taring In aeUan" tetefnun as the boy Is very Itebte to show 'up somewhere. In relating the incident the youth wrote: On the bomb run one of my engines was hit," said the 20 year old pilot, "it started to act up, and I had to feather the propeller. "While we were on the bomb run, another engine was hit. The prop was running away. The flak was hitting -our plane and it punctured a fuel cell and a wing tank." "We tried to stay with the formation, but didn't have enough power. I asked the navigator for the shortst possible course back to the home base. "The crew stood by to bail out, as the bomber lost altitude. "At 13 thousand feet one of the bad engines. qame to life. We barely made it over the Alps. "Our, fuel was low, because of the leaking gas tanks, ' so .we headed for the nearest friendly base and made a dead stick landing, · "We felt a Jar as the bomber hit the runway and we bogged down in the mud. That stopped us. . "That was one trip that I can say that I really prayed and was glad to see the ground again. Lt. Fankell received his promotion from 2nd Lt. to 1st Lt. on Dec. 1, 1944 in Italy. . In a recent letter to his parents he spoke of being in a Hed Cross canteen building in Italy when he heard a familiar laugh and stated, "That scounds like only one laugh." Upon investigating he found it to be Sgt. Stanley. Knutson of Clear Lake, whom Bill recognized.. Clear Lake Churches CONGREGATIONAL Sunday school 10 a. m. Worship service 11, subject, "Wlat Are We Asking For." 6:30 Congo club party/Beth Rice leading devotions. Skating on the lake and refreshments.--Verne Spindell. pastor OLD FASHIONED GOSPEL At Legion hall, Sunday school, 10 o'clock. Morning worship, 11 o'clock. Sermon theme:- "7 Precious Possessions of the Believer" Evening service, 7:30, subject, "What Think Ye of Christ." Thursday evening prayer meeting at Mrs. W. N. Hill home. Division street, 7:30.--The Rev. Evelyn Hefson, pastor. GOSPEL TABERNACLE Sunday school, 10 o'clock. Morning worship, .11 o'clock. Christian Endeavor, 7'o'clock. Evening service, 8 o'clock. Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:30 o'clock. Mrs. Gertrude Bice, Sunday school superintendent. FIRST METHODIST Sunday school 9:45 a. m. Mom- ing worship at 11, Dr. F. Earl Burgess, preaching. Covered dish dinner, 12:30. -Quarterly conference session at 2:00. Youth Fellowship, 6:30. Miss Marilyn Ott leads the senior group and M*. w. M. Hubbard the junior group. Choir practice Thursday, 3 p. m. W. S. C. S circle meetings Friday, Jan. 26. . CHURCH OF CHRIST . Bible school, 9:45 o'clock. Lord's Supper -and preaching service, 10:45 o'clock. Sermon theme: "Christ, the AH Sufficient." Christian Endeavor, 6:30 o'clock. Evening service, 7:45 o'clock. Sermon topic: "Rewards of the Christian Life." Midweek service, Wednesday, 7:45 · ' · ~ pastor. ST. PATRICK'S CATHOLIC , o'clock.-- C. W. Hicks, GIVES LITE HISTORY Clear Lake--The Rev. W. M. Hubbard gave his life history before fellow Roiarians Thursday noon at the dinner meeting at the I. O. O. F. hall. N. B. Miller, Mason City, was a guest. Masses on Sunday at 8:30 and 10:30 o'clock. Weekdays at 8 o'clock. Confessions heard Saturday evening from 7:30 to 9 o'clock. -- J. J. Buzynsfci, pastor. CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST North East street. Sunday school, 10 o'clock. Church service, 11 o'clock. Wednesday evening service,^ o'clock. BETHEL CHAPEL Moyer house, 302 N. Elm street. Sunday school, 10 o'clock. Mornirg worship, 11 o'clock. Evening wor- s.Jp, 8 o'clock. Bible school session, Tuesday, 7 to 9:30 o'clock The Rev. G. W. Gamlen, dean. Prayer meting Friday, 8 o'clock. -- The Revs.. Manifred and Hop* Askew, pastors. ZION LUTHERAN 9:45 Sunday school; 11 morning worship. Sermon, "The Days After Conversion" John 4 27-42. Both choirs will sing. 6:30, Luther League. 8, Sunday evening Fellowship. 10, Study series-, "The Creed." Elizabeth circle will serve. -- Ruben Mostrom, pastor. Lake Briefs Sweater bargains. Koeneman's. Wanted: Grocery clerk or meat utter. Finer's, phone 26. Mr. and Mr*. Gcono Prestholt eceived a letter from their son Vednesday, written Jan. 3, stat- ng that he is well and now in a safe position, somewhere in Prance. He has been in Luxem- jourg and Germany as clerk in he medical detachment of the ield artillery. He often pays very ligh tribute to the infantry men, uggesting that the folks at home would not complain of gas ration- ng if they could spend one hour with the infantry men, or even ee them when they come back rom the front lines. He states hat the boys in his group were erved a holiday dinner on real :hina plates with turkey and all he trimmings and even a small portion of champaign was served he boys. Pfc. Dean Anderson writes his arents, Mr. and Mrs. James Anderson, north of Clear Lake, that he has been ill with tropical fe-: ver, but is much improved. . He has been in the Philippines. Mrs. Loyal Cox and Mrs. Joe -'ease entertained at a shower for Urs. Ed Callanan at the home of the tatter's grandmother, Mrs. Everett Buss, 323 Clark street The Oscar Lone house at 212 South -Third street, occupied by Wr. and Mrs. Peter Knutson, has been sold to Ed Long. Possession will be. given March 1. Lt John Slessecer who ha* been convalescing at home for several weeks is- spending this week at "resco at the home of his parents- MRS. JOHN P. OVEKHULS WAVE IS BRIDE--Announce* menu have beed received in Clear Lake of the marriace of Miss Janet Sanders, A. M. M. 2/c of Atlanta, Ga., former art instructor at the Clear Lake Junior High school, to PFC. John f. Overhuls of Satsuma, Fla.'The ceremony took place Dec. 16 at Atlanta. Miss Sanders is the daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Sanders of Postville and the bridegroom, a son of Mrs. A. Doyle of Satan- ma,, Fla.,.was an interior decorator, cabinet maker and operated an upholstery shop in Florida before entering the service. : -.·-. Pvt.Overb.uIs is now overseas, stationed In Hawaii Be was married while back in the states on furlough from overseas. The bride is an ~ Instrument operator at the air base at Atlanta, Ga., in the WAVES. Mrs. Coffin Named Hea of Know Neighbors Clear Lake was elected -Mrs. Cecil Coffin president of the Know Your Neighbor club Thurs day afternoon at the home of Mrs Jesse Purviance, northeast Clear Lake. Others named at thi time were Mrs. Elmer Winters vice president; Mrs..Warren Mil lard, secretary; Mrs. Eldo Scott treasurer; Mrs. S. Djuren, pres reporter. Two guests, Mrs. Art McMullen of Manly and Mrs. Harold Aitchi son, were present and 3 new mem bers--Mrs.. Everett Hollatz, Mrs Warren Millard, Mrs. Willan Fulghum, Jr., were welcomed inti the club. The next meeting will be at th Mrs, John - Purviance home on Feb. 17. Theta Rho Girls Instajl New Officers for 1945 Clear Lake -- The Tina BIu Lake Theta Rho Girls' club in stalled officers for 1845 at th regular meeting Thursday evenin at the I. O. O. F. hall. Taking offices at this time wer Marilyn Ott, president; Jeanyc Miller, vice president; Barbar Martin, recording secretary; Bev erly · Roberts, financial secretary Patty Bouline, treasurer. Serving on the installing staf were Mrs. George Prestholt, Mrs Paul Johannesen, Mrs. John' Ko pecky, Mrs. Mable Roberts, Mrs Leonard Cash and Mrs. Joy Mil ler. The mother advisor for the clu has not yet been obtained. Clear Lake Calendar Saturday--Coffee club, Mrs, Aus tin Pitkin home, 102 Jefferson street, evening. Do Your Bit club, Mel Jacob son home, evening. Youth Fellowship SI e i g h i n j party, 8 at M. E. chufch. Local and Long Durance Household Goods MOVING Pocking, Crating, Storage HEIMENDINGER TRANSFER LINE Offices at 82S 4th St. S. W. Warehouse at 1001 Commercial Place. Phone 1070. in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Reid Miles,! with his wife who is teaching near there at Ridgeway. He recently returned from overseas- duty in the European theater. Mrs. D. E. Kappier, Clinton; arrived Friday morning to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Major, 305 S. Fourth street, over the weekend. L. E. Ashland was elected to the board of directors of the Clear Lake Federal Savings and Loan association at the meeting Wednesday rather than Frank Knutson whose term has not expired. The Methodist Youth Fellowship will hold a sleighing party Saturday night, all members meeting at the church at 8 p. m. Refreshments will be served at the church after the ride. Roger Miller and Carl Cooper secured the sleighs for the party. Priscilla circle met Thursday afternoon at the Zion Lutheran church with Mrs. Irving Jasperson as hostess. Mrs. Chris Jasperson led the lesson and Mrs. ,R. Mostrom the Bible study. Girl Scout Troop 1 met at the Junior high school Thursday afternoon, and Mrs. A G. Jordan demonstrated mending stockings Miss Lorraine Boff, leader of the troop has a new assistant, Mrs. J. Tesch. The next meeting will be Thursday at. which time the girls will sew and cast members of a play. The Navy'Mothers club will meet at the'Legion hall at 8:30 a. pi Monday to attend the memorial services for S/Sgt John Joseph Klein at the St. Patrick's Catholic church. Willis Miller is attending Farmers' grain dealers convention at Des Moines several days this week, returning Sunday. D. F. Byers who Is in the Mercy hospital, Mason City, is reported to be getting along nicely. Permits for Storing Ducks Expire Jan. 22 Clear Lake--All permits issued by the Iowa State Conservation commission to hold wild ducks and geese in storage will expire on Jan. 22 and it is unlawful to hold migratory water fowl In possession after that date, according to announcement of Jack S t e v e n s , conservation officer. Under Iowa statutes game may be held in possession only 10 days after the close of the season unless a permit is secured allowing an extension of time. Permits this year because of feed regulations allow hunters to hold water fowl for only 45 days after the close of the season or until Jan. 22.. HEELS- WHILE YOU WAIT! W« do heel replacement while you wait! FOX SHOE REPAIR 205 So. Fed. » U Y W A R C O N D S . . . A N I N V E S T M E N T I N V I C T O R Y * I* GET "IN THE BEAN" VIGOR! The hearty, robust flavor is sealed in the coffee bean until the minute you buy AP Coffee. No loss of flavor due to pregrinding days or weeks before the coffee is sold. Result?. Finer, fresher flavor in every cup you drink. ."CUSTOM GROUND"? "Yes, when you buy -- really fiesK AP Coffee is ground to your order just right for YOUR coffeepot. 3. "FLAVOR-SAVER"! That's what we caH this exclusive AP method of roasting--that brings beans to flavor-peak. 4. 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