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March 30, 1939

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 9

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CHURCHES PLAN FOR SERVICES Series at Cresco Planned to Observe Pre-Easter Season CBESCO--Five Cresco churches will unite in a series of pre-Eastcr services during Passion week as follows: Monday evening, April 3, in the Episcopal church with the Rev. Charles Edwards, pastor; Tuesday evening, Baptist church, the Hev. James Fleck, pastor; Wednesday evening, Methodist church, the Hev. T. M. Nielsen, pastor; Thursday evening, Evangelical church, the Rev. A. L. Walker, pastor; Friday afternoon from 12 noon to 3 p. m., "Good Friday," in Congregational church, the Rev. Arthur D. Phelps, pastor. This arrangement was made Monday at the monthly meeting . o£ the Cresco Ministerial association, entertained at the home of the Rev. and Mrs. John Gammons with other ministers and their wives present. -- i i 260 Iowa Employes Would Be Affected by Safety Measure Virtual Merger of MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Patrol With 5 Other- Functions Proposed D£S MOINES, (/?)--Approximately 260 Iowa state employes would be affected under provisions ot.the safety department measure which proposes the virtual merger of the highway safety patrol .with nye other functions under one ad- question- and answer analysis explains salient features of the consolidation, one of the high lights of the republican consolidation and economy program. (Q) What departments and activities would be consolidated in the safety department? (A) The highway patrol, state TAKEN TO HOSPITAL NASHUA--Albert Wolf who almost completely severed the thumb on his left hand Monday th» nv, ? PP £? wood ' was take " to the Charles City hospital for treatment to Soup (U.R)_ Judge "Sentenced" WOOSTER, Ohio, ^-^om raon Pleas Judge Walter J. Mougey, former president of the Wooster Kiwanis club, was sentenced to a diet of crackers and soup at a luncheon of the organization--because he didn't know how to spell the name of a corn confection Choir Sings Cantata at Elmore on Sunday ELMORE, Minn.--A choir of 25 voices under the direction of Mrs. I. S. Mondale will sing a cantata. 'The Story o£ Easter," at the M E. church on Palm Sunday evening. Indians Want to Incorporate PHOENIX, Ariz., CU.PJ-- Abandoning tribal traditions, the "Smoki Indians," one o£ Arizona's most widely known tribes have asked to be recognized as a "corporation." Under the new plan the tribe will substitute a president tor the chief and vote on regulations at a board of directors meeting instead o£ in the tribal council. Australians Pay Tribute, to Singer of Clarksville CLARKSVILLE -- Clarksville's native son, Milton Moore, has earned a great ovation in Australia where he is appearing in the romantic operetta, "A Waltz Dream." He sings under the stage name of Melton Moore. The show opened on Feb. 18 at His Majesty's theater in Melbourne. The following excerpts, taken from Melbourne newspapers tell what the critics have to say concerning Mr. Moore. From "The Age" of Monday, Feb. 20, "The highlights of the production will he found in the singing of Marie Bremer (Helene), Bernice Claire (Franzi), Jack Arthur (Niki) and Melton Moore (Monte), in the rousing choruses and in the exquisite dancing of Helene Denizon. ihe singing is superb, and Mr. Moore, a newcomer in Australia charmed all with his tenor voice " From "The Sun" of the same date As for Melton Moore, who thus made his first Australian bow, he is an acquisition for looks and ease and above all, the unforced worth of. his well-produced voice in Ljttle Girls, Good-bye, and the Waltz Dream Duet." And an article by Prof. John Briggs of Iowa University Writes History Book IOWA CITY--The story of Iowa written for sixth-graders, is con tained in a textbook, "Iowa Ol and New," completed by Pro John E. Briggs of the Uiiiversit; o£ Iowa political science depart mem. Simply told, the history i .filled with material -which wil hold the interest of the elementary school children. Much of it wa collected for Professor Briggs' ser ies of history articles in low; newspapers during the schoo years of 1933 to 1937. Professor Bviggs, member o£ th university faculty since 1918, 'i editor ot The Palimpsest, month 5y publication of the State Historical society of Iowa. 29 Iowa Counties Plan for Oat Trial Plots Twenty-nine Iowa counties wil' co-operate in holding oat tria plots during 1939, according to E S. Dyas, extension agronomist. The counties in which the plots will be located are Cerro Gordo Cedar, Benton, Buchanan, Cherokee, Crawford, Davis, Delaware Fremont, Hamilton, Hancock, Jasper, Lee, Louisa, Monona, Monroe, Mitchell, Osceoln, P a g e Pocahontas, Sac, S c o t t , \Va- jpello, Warren and Webster. Four counties, Floyd, Chickasavv, Butler, and Bremer, are going togeth- · cr on one plot. Iowa 103, Hancock, Iowa, 105, Boone, Gopher. Marion. Columbia Fulghum, C. I. 3500 and C. 1. 3502 will be on trial in the plots. Each variety will be replicated four times in a plot so that yields can be figured with reasonably accurate resulls. Canary Inspector New Job BERKELEY, Cal., U.R--The bureau oE occupations of the University of California is happy to announce that among some 20 odd jobs that will be open in Panama soon, for graduates in engineering, chemistry and bacteriology, will be that of "canary inspector." Furthermore, the job will be an official one. Sarawak on New Air Line SIfJGAPORE, (U.R--The first commercial air service between Singapore and Sarawak, the independent state in Borneo ruled by the white rajah, Sir Charles Vyner Brooke, is expected to be started shortly. ARE YOU THIN, PALE? JF you arc pale, weak, thin, tire easily cr iccl Jo.sy and dull, you may need a tonic to help build you up. Dr. Picrcc's Golil- cn -Medical Dis- q covery stimulates . J the appetite and _.. -- -..^ increases the flow of gastric ;mce, jmd so helps improve the a, s? l,o n ,,! food »nd hrlpsVdpj,!? £° , body »nh «r« 3 th and cntrsv. Mn 'M»r- «r« Aa«M, JUS-- ith SOf. WTM Ced"r JUp.'ds. low,, uft; "WWI in a girl I w lli.lt thin ,ud hain't much itrSph " P i r M · · * · wiS* G °Mcn Medical V fcclpcd me Trondcrlntly. I ;nJ Jtrtnslti." Bay it in liquid or Iron jour dnigmn tojjr. cmcrr ined and it THE BUY OF YOUR Lift , , ... e ..,, M _j jjnii UA, oiuit: bureau of investigation, police radio system, commerce commission inspection agents, lire marshal! chauffeurs' and operators' licenses! (Q) Under what departments- are these operations now conducted? (A) The bureau of investigation, police radio are under the attorney general. The 'patrol and driver licensing are under the secretary of state. The commerce commission independently governs its inspectors. The fire marshall's department is directly under the governor. (Q) tinder whose jurisdivlioa would the safety department be placed? (A) Under senate, provision of the act, the entire function would be under the direct authority or a department commissioner named by the governor to serve 6 yeai., and to be confirmed by the senate. Under house provisions the department would be under the attorney general acting as the. commissioner. (Q) Under the senate provision what would Ihe salary of (lie commissioner be? (A) §4,500 a year. Q What would be the authority of the commissioner in creation of the highway patrol? (A) He would be authorized to employ its members. "However," the act states, "not to exceed 125 men, and not more than 60 per cent shall be members of the same political party. Provided, however, the present personnel in good standing are cxcepted from this provision." (Q) tVhat would be the authority of the commissioner in naming the executive personnel? (A)--He would be authorized to appoint a chief, a first and second assistant and all other supervisory officers. All appointments and promotions to be on"the basis ot seniority and merit; the supervisory staff not to exceed 17. (Q)--What becomes o£ the existing personnel? (A)--All members in good standing o£ the present patrol shall immediately become members of this department without appointment. (Q)--What is jJ 10 SCO pc of the commissioner in delegating duties? (A)--He may delegate to the patrol such additional duties for entorccment of the act as he may deem proper. (Q)-- What will determine the department salary schedule? (A)--The salaries of membeis and employees will be fixed by egislative appropriation together with the expense allowances. Q)--Will department members do general police work? (A)--The act provides specifically that it shall be the duty o£ he department to prevent crime, 0 detect and apprehend criminals. Hit they shall not exercise then- general powers within the limits -f any city or town except when rdered fay the governor, on request o£ a mayor, by a sheriff or ounty attorney, or in the conduct of an investigation. (Q)--In assuming the duties of he bureau of investigation, what ilber work would be involved? ; (A)--Criminal investigation and | mgerprint work, liquor control nd operation of the state police I adio system. I (Q)--Would the department I onduct a program of safely cd- icalion? (A)--The act prescribes that the ornmxssioner shall co-operate vith any recognized agencies in education of the public in ighway safety and shall be harged with the expenditure of ny money which may be appro- nated for the purpose. Q)-- Can the department take police part in labor disputes? (A)--The act says. "The police mployes of the department shall ot be used or called upon for ervice within any municipality 1 any industrial dispute unless clual violence has occurred lerein. and then only either by rder of the governor or on the equest of the chief executive of- ec oE the municipality or the icriff of the county wherein the dispute has occurred if such request is approved by (he governor." TRIPLf-THKIFT GENERAL ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS with Selective Air Conditions and New Low Prices P-G--E- PIOPIXS GAS if Kuctsic CoMrwo Coach's Wife Gets Letter MILWAUKEE, (U.R) _ Mrs. Bill Chandler, wife o£ the Marquette university basketball coach, won't have to shout so hard to be heard at the HiUtopper games next season. The university athletic board has presented her with a megaphone and a co-ed's "M" sweater for her loyal support to the team. Sanitary Engineering Popular BERKELEY, Cal., (U.PJ--Ameri- ca is going scientifically sanitary authorities at the University of California believe. The university ranks second in having turned out [ the largest number of sanitary en- i gineers in the past five years the number being 62. New- York university ranked first with 71. Door" and also taken from ...,, Sun" says, "Did you hear Melton Moore's lovely baritone voice at the relief fund, concert on Monday night? He sang a couple of Tibbett s numbers, and it wasn't easy to tell the difference. He is the new American juvenile, imported for the Waltz Dream." His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur G. Moore, live on a farm one mile east ot Clarksville. A twin sister, Mrs. Sievert Reints, also lives on a farm near Clarksville and another sister, Mrs. Tom B Baxter, resides in Washington. An electronic microscope has been invented which, w i t h o u t lenses, magnifies up to 20,400 times, and gives 25 times the re- Ames Veterinarians on 'Bluffs Program AMES--Four professors from the Division of Veterinary Medicine at Iowa State college will address the Southwestern Iowa Veterinary association meeting at Council Bluffs, April 4. They are Dr. S. H. McNutt, Dr. E. A. Hewitt, Dr. C. D. Lee, and Dr. F. B. Purse Snatcher Baffled CLEVELAND, Ohio, (U,R) -- Miss Hilda Misch wrapped her purse in a newspaper as a precaution against purse-snatchers. Suddenly a man ran up to her, appeared baffled when he couldn't find any purse. "Then I just screamed and screamed and he went away," said Miss Misch. EXTRA SAVINGS for MEN in Wards Bargain Carnival and Pre-Easter Sale V LOOK i W(i Y O U R BEST T H I S 7' M ?ar£ /C T-^n Safe/ flegu/or/y 9Sc Kiddies' Shoes Rugged Leather Safe: 3r63"fc Punched styles or plain toes. Fully lined for wear and comfort. Black, brown or patent. For Your Falter Outfit 1 Sale! Handbags Regularly 9Sc Save at Wards on all the newest designs. Choice of shiny patent or simulated leathers. '; ' - Better Vahci and Stylet I It ay on Undies Word Priced at Buy a new supply now! Briefs and panties, fall cut for comfort, carefully made for wearl 102-4-6 South Federal Ave. Telephone 860 or 861 07 looking Save You »5 " *·.*"*· Easier Suil Vou E.er Wore! i: Gabardine, Patent, New Copper Tones! 98 Be fussy about choosing your shoes this Spring! Give yourself the thrill of wearing styles that look better, wear better, fit better'--and that cost less at Wards! Pumps, ties, slip-ons all have new tricks for flattering an ankle. Leather is draped and cleatei like fine satin. Wards for NEWS in shoes! tow priced of Words.' 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AH o£ your favorites: full cut swing and princess frocks that hide young angles. In tubfast percales and sheers. Uo-to-thc-ininutc style m these sport back coats and fun-cut pleated longiesl Sturdy fabrics. 10 to 18. Boys' Oxfords Famous values! Rock oak leather soles. 198 Who WouWn'f Pay 1.19 for SWrts tike Thesel Sale! Men's Shirts O4 C Sanforized Shrunk? You'll get rich cotton broadcloths; careful, generous tailoring; bright, new, co/or/ast patterns 1 Fine qua''*? at » tTM" price! WiHproof collars. Sizes range from W/i to 17. V/ardsDundcrry--smootK fur felt, expertly blocked and finished and lined with lustrous rayon! fgffiH Crepe Soles for Action! Sale! Men's Oxfords · U i Regularly 7.98 A brown wingtip that's an ideal all-round shoe. The comfortable crepe soles wear longer, tool 6 to 11. NORTH IOWA'S LARGEST DEPARTMENT STORE

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