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March 18, 1937

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 19

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 18 · 1937 NINETEEN I I: Services Held for Infant Here; Burial at Buffalo Center Funeral services were h e l d Thursday for the infant daughter of Mr. and.Mrs. Edgar Olson, 840 Eighth street southeast, at the Meyer funeral home. The Rev. Ralph Collenberg o£ the Nazarene church was in charge. Burial was at Buffalo Center. The child is survived by the parents and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Thompson, Boone, and Mrs. A. E. Olson, 929 Carolina Place southeast. The child died 'Wednesday at "the home. Firemen Called When Child Locks , Herself HvBathrooni of-Home Firemen were required- to get little Mary Margarite Archer, 4 years of age, out of the bathroom of the Herman M. Knudson home, 24 Fifteenth street southeast, about G o'clock \Vednesday evening. The child, a niece of Mr. Knudson's, ·was visiting at the home from Mediapolis and locked herself in the room. 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PARKING SPACE WORRIES AT On Every Floor--Sitdowners Sitdown strikes closing down Chrysler plants in Detroit, employing 50,000, followed refusal of the Chrysler corporation during bargaining conference to recognize the United Automobile Workers of America as the sole collective bargaining agency for corporation employes. In this photo of one of Chrysler plants, sifdown strikers can be seen looking out of windows on every floor. INEB ACT Baakhead Claims It Would Clear Way to Settle Sit Down Issue. WASHINGTON, (fl 3 ) -- Some congressional leaders Thursday turned their attentiion temporarily 'from reorganizing the court to speculate on its action on major legislation pending before it. Speaker Bankhead expressed hope there would be an early decision on the Wagner Labor Relations act. That, !ie ^aid, would clear the way for attack on the "very serious economic situation" i-esuning from-sit down strikes. Efforts ,to keep America out o£ wars abroad" occupied "principal attention iii the 'house where Chairman McReynolds (D.-Tenn.) of the foreign affairs committee said he would attempt to amend his neutrality bill to put the cash and carry neutrality system into operation £or two years only. Asks for Probe. Hot words aroused a house rules committee meeting when Chairman Dickstein (D.-N. Y.) of the immigration committee asked for an investigation o£ propaganda he said was directed against the American form o£ government. Representative Dies (D.-Tex.) said European nations were trying to organize sympathy for themselves in this country and he charged a "well-planned effort to transfer all the quarrels and feuds of Europe to our shores." Rand in Conference. James H. Rand, Jr., president of · Remington-Rand, Inc., conferred with Secretary Perkins and her assistant, Edward F. McGrady, over re-inslatement of a group of strikers who walked out last May and whose jobs have since been taken by other workers. The senate civil libei-ties committee heard that workers in the Akron plant of the Goodyerir Tire company were given "military training" with tear gas and rifles in 1935 as a protective measure for company property in event of trouble. Another senate committee, appropriations, voted approval of a $522,847.508 navy supply bill for the next fiscal year. Lloyd Jones, Overan Lund, BL Bennett, Walter Erickson, Ed ward Hunter and Dr. R. E. Smilej Tenors--Clifford. .Eggert, Do Kunz, Paul Youngdale, Earl Deal Frank Pool and Howard Runton The program will last about a hour, and will be a significan introduction 'to 'the deep meanin of holy week. vAYERSHELO TO GRAND JURY harged With Driving While Intoxicated; Three Others Fined. Frank B. Ayers, Rpckfovd, vaived preliminary hearing bo- ore Police Judge Morris Laird Thursday and was bound to the rand jury on a charge of driving vhile intoxicated. Ayers' bond vns fixed at $500. He was ar- ested by police at East State treet and Willow drive, where e was alleged to have been driv- ng a truck while intoxicated at o'clock Thursday morning. A, E. Maxwell, Aredale, who as riding with Ayers, was ined $10 and costs on a charge f intoxication. E. O. Hochhaus, Britt. was ined 5100 and costs on a charge )f reckless driving. AVe was ar- ested at Eighth street" and South Tederal avenue at 1 o'clock Thursday morning. James McDonald, 1303 North federal avenue, was lined $25 and costs on a charge of intoxication. He was arrested at 333 South Federal avenue about 6:30 o'clock Wednesday evening. Harold Hart, Mason City, ar- ·ested at Hampton recently on a charge of larceny of more than $20 from a farmer east of Mason City, waived preliminary learing and was bound to the grand jury. Internships Awarded North Iowa Seniors North lownns who were among the 79 seniors in the college of medicine at the University of Iowa who were awarded internships were: George Dolmage of Buffalo Center, Colorado General hospital at Denver; Robert Hardin -of Thompson, University hospital at Iowa City; Melvin Kelberg of Iowa Falls, St. Francis hospital at La Crosse, Wis.; Martin Nesheim of Hake, St. Luke's hospital at Duluth; Paul Osincup of Waverly, Albert Merrit Billings hospital at University of Chicago, and George Sehnug of Dows, Cincinnati General hospital. Wisdom of the fathers: An old- timer's saying that seems to fit th'e idea you are trying to put over.--Kewancc Star Courier. Avoid False Teeth Dropping or Slipping You needn't fear false teeth dropping or slipping if you'll sprinkle a little Fasiecth on your plates each morning, Gives nil dny comfort and teeth hold tight. Deodorizes. No gummy, pasty taste or feeling. Get Fnsteclh from your druggist. Three sizes. Singers of Other Churches Unite With Congregational Choir in Oratorio. One whose musical insight is beyond question has said: "There is no more impressive oratoria for the Easter season than Gounod's 'Redemption.' " This famous musical \Vorh will be presented by the augmented church choir of the First Congregational church on Palm Sunday aflernoon at 4:30 o'clock under the direction of Mrs. Agnes' Lewis Bennett. Music lovers from all the churches of the city have been invited to share in the enjoyment of the program. . Members of the chorus include the following: Altos--Viola Wass, Lueida CarJ- ton, Mrs. C. E. Oilman, Mrs. J. W. Lorcnz, Ruth Ann O'Neil · and Ruth Smith. Sopranos--Mrs. Phillip Jacobson, Margaret Mickey, Millie Rye Ellen Smith, Mrs. F. L. Hudson, Bethel Hodson, Lois Meyer. Helen Meyer. Mrs. John MacMill.-i. Adelaide Stinehart and Mrs. Harold Wolfe. Bass--Edwin Helbling, Bruce Chilson, Bob Burfirafi. Raich ASKS HELP IN CANCER CAUSE Dr. T. E. Davidson Informs Radio Listeners of New Crusade. Declaring that cancer is the greatest health problem before us today, causing three times as many deaths as tuberculosis, ,Dr. T. E. Davidson of the Park hospital clinic in Mason City told his North.Iowa Eorum audience over KGLO Wednesday night that it's time to bring the truth about cancer to every man, woman and child in the country. "Cancer can be cured, if cure is taken in time," said the doctor, and he pointed to the noble work which is being done by the Women's Field army of the American Society for the Control o£ Cancer. "This army is determined to carry on the battle against the diseases, that last year killed 150,000 persons, until the rising figures of mortality are checked and sharply reduced, the speaker added. He said that there is such an organization in Cerro Gordo county, endorsed by the Federated clubs, other women's organizations and men's clubs. The executive committee of the local club is Mrs. Ralph.Smiley, Mason City, county chairman; Mrs. Harvey Bryant, Mason' City, co-chairman; and Mrs. James E. Pattie, Clear Lake, co-chairman. Dr. DaVidsori announced that on March 22, the Women's Field army in Cerro Gordo county will begin their _ educational program by holding two mass meetings. One will be in the high school auditorium at Clear Lake at 3 p. m. and the other will be in the Y. W. C. A. gymnasium in Mason City at 8 p. m. Dr. F. P. McNamara o£ Dubuque, chairman o£ the Iowa Medical society's cancer committee, was announced as the speaker for the two occasions. The doctor's listeners were urged to join in the crusade to reduce cancer by attending these meetings and supporting the county organization. BILLS GO INTO WASTE BASKET State Senate Takes Action to Reduce Number on Its Calendar. \ DES MOINES, OT--The senate took action Thursday to drop many of the 425 bills introduced in the upper chamber thus far into the legislative waste basket. It voted to place all bills now in the hands of committees in a sifting committee for consideration, and to dump its calendar of all but claims and appropriations bills into sifting committee's hands next Wednesday. The sifting committee, which after that date will decide which bills are to come before the chamber, will be appointed by the republican controlled committee on committees, under senate rules. It .will take 34 votes to withdraw a bill from the sifting committee. ' "Thanks a million, Aunt Jenny, for telling us about Spry" write women everywhere "VXT'E'VE nftier had such wonderful ' ' cakes before, such pastry, sucti fried foods! And we've never gotten results so costly before." 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