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s t-t MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MAY 1934 Hum ot 0nen «") Descriptions Frost, Oeo. E., .· Sewer t Paving D. IX on H o w r ' 1 ·' Sew«'o n "LoV 2,' Eli'. "a LinaonV Add. .... Howe' D D · Sewer on Lot 3, Blk. 3 Ltndona Add. ...... lucy.' Caroline i Theodore Duntemanr, /t Sewer D. D. on Lot 1. Blk. 10 Roger* Sandryj Add. ······-·-;,· Huey, Caroline t Theodore Duntemann. · se»er ft D. u. - - sewer -i"E 'iV on 'ioi' V. ' Bfc' 29 Camp sew;r 'i' '£,'."a' on 'iit' V. ' '.' » Camp Toi'-e ' in-'ioi'lO ''in' Suo. 2 , 1 Ben' M.: ".*' S'e«;' ft "i: ' D.' 'on' 'Loi" 2. Blk. 11 ' S: £ I 32.54 10.94 4.70 79.9825.25 2.70 79.98 25.25 2.70 39.64 14.42 3.50 39.68 14.42 3.50 39.70 14.42 3.50' 76.21 22.41 2.70 11.83 1.56 2.70 24.49 7.19 2.30 22.10 5.98 3.10 29.99 8.17 3.10 177.88 47.72 2.30 54.50 9.04 1.50 39.53 14.14 3.50 8.85 2.30 1-50 8.85 2.30 1.50 8.86 2.30 1.50 8.83 2.30 1.50 48.18 107.93 107.93 57.56 57.60 57.62 101.32 16.09 33.98 31-18 41.26 227.90 65.39 57.17 12.05 12.65 12.66 12.65 " I) on Lo't 2,' Blk." 8' Ca'mp "Meeting ^uaoc JU....M.,..----a *j ' B t n , i a ' Tllk 11 west Haven Chase Manufacturing Co., «on Lot 19, B £. ii ^ Chase Manufacturing Co., 'on Lot 12,, Blk.14 » 7.62 1.98 1.90 11.50 Nanw of Owners unj Description" ^ Land Company, Jon Lot 10, Blk. 0 Law Add. ....... FJIW Land Company, *on Lot 3, Blk, 7 La ^' ?_ n .._ . i'i* n «,innH »* Sewer oon Lot Lot'3 V Buh. -· «; ;«* Blk. 2 Laws Add 13.55 3.58 1.00 11.52 3.00 1.50 12.52 3.48 1.50 12.52 3.48 1.50 02.55 13.87 1.50 49.78 13.06 J.M 13.26 3.42 1.50 18.63 . 16.02 17.50 17.50 64.34 18.18 88.U2 28.90 1.90 118.82 Slrrine, S. A.. ctrrlne a A . on Lot 5, Ad d. .. 7.60 1.98 1.90 13.00 3.41 1.50 6.50 1.70 1.50 11.28 5.31 2.70 7.14 1.87 1.50 11.48 17.91 9.7C 19.29 10.51 85.43 22.84 1.50 109.77 10.25 2.09 1.50 14.44 Schow. SSA.-SS "·'» r,r,?%5;%E^-:-: H.,"ion ^er''sfd^aikon 'iii 176 Mld.and Soka,'-on' N'ip' iU.'iit' V/Blk.'b' Collotons ' i ' C N ' o 6 ' . L ' t V t ' 7 r B l k . 2, Collo- Sweet, R. D. P. H. kCtm, ii on ' Blk 10 Wast Hav en 131.9* 41.20 3.90 48.22 13.75 2.70 48.22 13.75 2.70 65 21 18.60 2.40 67.83 19.34 2.40 10.40 2.75 1.50 9.76 2.56 1.50 10.77 6.12 2.70 7.14 1.87 1.50 29.31 7.93 1.50 0.85 1.53 1.50 5.85 1.53 1.50 34.62 8.31 1.80 34.60 8.31 1.80 13.75 5.48 1.90 14.63 .6.03 1.90 52.18 15.27 2.70 11.61 3.90 2.30 11.61 3.90 2.30 11.70 3.07 1.50 9.73 3.92 2.30 59.20 16.27 2.70 59.20 16.27 2.70 204.72 53.78 L50 92.19 23.96 1.50 7.14 1.87. 1.50 7.14 1.87 1-50 7.80 2.01 1.50 7.80- 2.04 1.50 7.80 2.04 1.50 7.80 2.04 1.50 7.14 1.87 1.50 7.14 1.87 1.50 7.14 1.87 1.50 7.14 1.87 1.50 7.14 1.87 1.50 7.14 1.87 1.507.14 1.87 1.50 7.14 1.87 1.50 714 1.87 1.50 7.14 1.87 1.50 1.70 1.50 6.50 1.70 1.50 1.70 1.50 1.70 1.50 . 6.50 6.50 6^50 L70 1.50 3.24 .85 1.50 3 24 .85 1.50 3.24 .85 1.50 5.65 1.03 1.50 5.85 1.53 1.50 5.85 1.53 1.50 5.85 1.53 1.50 5.85 1.53 1-50 5.19 1.36 1.50 5.19 1.36 1.50 5.19 1.36 1.50 5.19 1.36 1.50 5.19 1.36 1.50 5.19 1.36 1.50 5.19 1.36 1.50 5.19 1.36 1.50 5.19 1.36 1.50 0.19 1.36 1.50 ·5.19 1.36 1.50 16.07 7.56 2.30 33.67 12.63 1.90 23.61 6.32 1.50 5.09 1.89 1.90 177.04 64.47 64.47 86.21 89.57 14.65 13.82 18.59 10.51 38.74 8.88 S.88 44.73 44.71 21.13 22.56 70.7 17.8 17.8 16.2 15.9 78.1 78.1 260.0 117. 10.4 10.4 11.3 11.34 11.34 11.34 10.44 10.44 10.44 10.44 10.44 10.44 10.44 10.44 10.44 10.44 9.70 9.70 9.70 9.70 9.70 5.59 5.59 5.59 8.88 8.88 ' S.8S e y , a e . -Lot 11 B,k 4 V. iuth colonization Co., -Lot whee ien»-ood £A 'SE'/I 88.02 28.90 1.90 19.51 5.09 1.50 02.97 18.62 3.10 62.97 18.62 2.10 63.55 16.02 3.10 12.61 3.49 1.50 12.60 3.31 1.50 15.83 3.96 1.50 S3.93 23.60 2.70 11.26 2.96 1.10 73.29 28.53 3.90 07 05 18.41 2.30 47.82 15.41 1.90 62 21 20.02 1.90 19 56 1.90 7.34 2 08 1.90 ."» 3 55 1.90 .09 1.77 1.90 ."· 2.77 2.30 1.4f, 1.79 1.90 .77 10.14 2.30 4.S8 '' SEM "||taAL" % ASSiESSMENTS 2 ' 118.82 26.10 84.69 84.69 72.67 17.60 17.41 21.29 110.23 15.32 100.72 77.76 65.13 84.13 28.80 4 4^04 .1.42 fi.52 4.46 17.33 Betsy, « al. 1st payment 96 ""96 "96 96 Full" payment Full'' payment'' b'.' "£·'' 'lO« o= : KW^i 7-95-21 ·-- schow, Betsy. * al, 1st payment SE% NWVi 7-95-21 . indlanhead Farms. Inc.. «5T."M/. NW 1 ,! 3 6 - 9 5 - 2 2 ' . . . - · · · UdScad Fams. inc.. Full payment SWil NW!4 36-95-22 indlanhead Farms, Inc.. ln d,aSd S Sms 3 . 6 -S: Fun-payment- 'D. D.. _ l«; J» IndlSd^a^Inc-! FulT" payment'' bV P. 104 _ » indiS/^^g, 'Fur pk^rbv^-ioyn ' 3rd 'payment:' B'." D'." Ts'oi" StVerts * Ctt/if Clear Lake', ' Vrd 'p'a^eni "£ D"' Vb » Streets ' 31.23 4.06 23.25 3.02 S.10 1.05 8.81 1-15 16.20 2.11 6.98 .91 9.96 1.29 10.76 1.40 21.09 2.74 7.45 .97 10.81 1.41 113.83 14.80 214.88 27.93 23.16 3.01 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .70 .11 .03 .70 2.72 .71 ·' .70 .70 41.49 10.78 1.90 35.59 26.57 9.45 2.92 4.30 -lMn-pk'^enti-Sidcwalk-on Lot 94_«._ ? SasoVcityV^/^'payrnentrav,^ « B. P "m paVment-p«in B 'LoV 6, B,,, =1 · - - a m e n V p a v . n ' E ' L c t 6. Blk. 21 7.92 1.10 23.24 4.09 22.76 3.19 23.47 6.10 .30 ,,,. _,£^Payit-pav^^i'TMestPark ^93 ,-g ,,,, Belle P.. 6th payment J«'°S Lot « ^^ f ^ r, Edgar, 6th payment pa"" ge ~ er j^t 2 2, Blk. 5 °FrancIsco= 2nd Add ........... 19.62 2.75 " forest Park Lot 22, Blk. 5 Fran- 9 53 1,33 9.37 1.31 9.37 1.31 5.11 .72 6.22 .87 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 -30 10.29 18.61 8.19 11.05 12.46 24.13 8.72 12.52 12S.93 243.11 26.47 .84 4.13 4.3k 6.12 21.57 60.17 9.32 28.63 26.25 30.27 86.95 7 26 21.75 11.16 10.93 10.98 6.13 7.39 11.45 NATIONS RULED NOT IN DEFAULT Those Who Made "Token" Payments Not Under Johnson Act. WASHINGTON, May 5. UP)--Attorney General Cummings held today that Great Britain, Czechoslovakia, Italy, Latvia and Lithuania--all of whom have made "token" payments on their debts to the United States--are not at present in "default" and so do not come within the Johnson act which closes American credit markets to defaulting nations. _ The soviet was held in default because of its failure to recognize obligations incurred by prior Russian governments. The official interpretation was requested by the state department and made public by Secretary Hull. Cummings also held that political subdivisions of nations in default were not themselves in default unless they had failed to make payments on their own debts. Two Men Killed and Two Hurt When Car Crashes Into Truck The Motivating Force of Life Eoyt S SI., »on Lot 12 Hoyla Add Sort S M. «on Lot 13 Hoyts Add White V S., «on Lot 28 Hoyts Add watfe V. S. -on Lot 35 Hoyts Add White, V. S., »on Lot 42 Hoyts Add i : 6.02 1.90 7.75 2.70 7.75 2.70 5.41 1.50 5.41 1.50 5.41 1.50 5.41 1.50 5.41 1.00 19.50 5.41 1.50 15.91 30.96 30.96 19.55 19.55 19.55 19.55 .70 37.27 11.60 1.50 2.03 .29 .30 8.61 1.21 .30 S.61 1.21 .30 32.13 4.50 .30 WINONA, Minn., May 5. UP)-Two men were killed and two hurt when their automobile crashed into the rear of a heavily loaded truck on trunk highway number 61, four miles west of here, at midnight last night. The dead are Hubert Wiczek, 22, and Papul Lilla, 40, both of | Winona. The truck driver was j Henry Henriksen, Hammond, Ind. i lowan, Jobless and i 111, Takes Own Life COUNCIL BLUFFS, May 5. (.W-111 and jobless, Otis G. Newcomb, B7 year old former bookkeeper and salesman, ended his life today by shoooting himself through the head in a rabbit shed back of his home here. Survivors are the widow, two daughters and a son. 28 Seniors Will Take Part in Decorah Play DECORAH, May 5.--Twenty- eight seniors will take part in the class play, "The Tailor-Made Man," which will be presented on May 17 and 18 at the high school auditorium. Leads will be played by Davis Coffeen, Sherry Robinson and Miss Marjorie Kennard. Man will do anything and everything for love--as history proves. Anil that is why Ted Chandler, itinerant newspaperman, took a job as chauffeur to a millionaire that he might be near Sally Gwynne to save her from impending danger . He thought he was motivated by a desire to solve a mystery, but he only was fooling himself. Any woman could have told him, including Sally herself. The story of their romance, told in a setting of intense mystery, is mfl VACATION ESCAPADE By ARTHUR SHUMWAY Beginning Monday/May 7, in the Globe-Gazette 8.88 23.83 41.41 41.41 26.46 26.46 26.46 26.46 26.46 26.46 19.90 6.56 1.50 27.U6 51.47 17.36 3.50 23.60 6.32 1.50 3 ssat ^ 23.90 6.28 1.50 28.67 7.55 1.50 28.68 7.55 1.50 28.67 7.55 1.50 28 64 7.55 1.50 36.97 9.24 1.50 51.15 11.19 1.50 28.84 S.09 1.90 17.09 4.48 1.50 ' 93.68 23.46 4.30 1 556.53 212.46 6.30 72.33 31.42 31.68 37.72 37.73 37.72 37.69 47.71 63.84 38.83 23.07 121.41 775.29 BIer A c'L: y:.~* s'eweV on"£oi"23; Bik.' ^ F ' ranclscos 2nd 3 Fair View 3 Fair View 3 Fair View 3 Fair View 3 Fair View 3 Fair view 4 Fair View College Add. 4 Franciscos 'ioi's'lk'. 11 94.78 28.04 3.90 126.72 111.35 27.85 22.50 22.50 22.51 24.84 24.85 26.39 41.59 33.76 3.90 8.16 1.90 6.17 1.90 6.17 1.90 6.17 1.90 7.07 1.90 7.07 1.90 6.15 1.90 10.90 1.50 s n ·.^t"2i Blk l d d ' ' " « - « v e r " o n " i ; t ' - i 3 ; Blk. 2 -on Lot'lV; ' Sewer on Lot 14. Blk, - k. 2 Franciscos 2nd Add o3.59 13.S7 1.50 89.57 26.49 3.90 89.57 26.49 .3.90 39.84 10.62 1.10 92.56 26.96 3.90 63.96 18.76 1.70 62.9H 18.62 1.70 60.70 15.61 1.50 180.20 50.92 1.50 ·Law Land Law Land Uiw Land T nw r^nd IJS Land ttw Land Ltw Snd Law Land Ltw Ltnd Law Laid jjrtw uL"u u d Law Land iaw Land taw Land Law Land itw Land ttw Land S S3 it: ES Law Land TJIW Land Law lind \ w Company, Company, Company^ Company, Company, Company, Company, Company, Company, Company, Company, Company, Company, Company, Company, Company, Company, Company, Company, Company, Company, Company, Company, Company, Company, Company, Company, Company, Company, Company, Company, »on Lot 3, ·on ot 5, *on Lot 6, ·on Lot 9, »on Lot 10, ·on Lot 12, · on Lot 13, *on Lot 1, ·on Lot 2, ·on Lot 3, ·on Lot 4, ·on Lot 9. ·on Lot 12, ·on Lot 13, ·on Lot 14, *on Lot 15, ·on Lot 3, *on Lot 4, '« % i 'on Lot 1, 'on Lot 3, *on Lot 4. Lot 9. Blk. 1 Laws Add. .. Blk. 1 Laws Add. .. Blk. 1 Laws Add. .. 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" 70.36 20.33 13.26 3.49 11.26 2.96 11.26 2.96 11.26 2.96 11.26 2.96 11.26 2.96 11.26 2.96 11.26 2.96 11.26 2.96 11.26 2.96 ll'.26 2.96 11.26 2.96 11.26 2.97 11.26 2.97 13.26 3.49 13.26 3.49 13.26 3.49 ' 13.26 3.49 13.26 3.49 13.26 3.49 13.26 3.49 13.26 3.49 13.26 3.49 13.26 3.49 13.26 3.49 13.26 3.49 13.26 3.49 13.26 3.49 , 13.26 3.49 13.26 3.49 '. 13.26 3.49 , 13.26 3.49 , 13.26 3.49 . 13.26 3.49 . 13.26 3.49 . 13.26 3.49 . 12.18 3.07 13.26 3.07 13.28 3.07 13.26 3.07 13.26 3.07 13.55 3.58 3.10 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.60 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 l.SO 1.50 1.50 1.50 149.01 37.91 30.57 30.57 30.5S 33.81 33.82 34,44 53.99 68.96 119.86 1I9.S8 51.56 123.42 84.42 83.30 77.81 232.62 93.79 18.25 15.72 15.72 15.72 13.72 15.72 15.72 15.72 15.72 15.72 15.72 15.72 15.72 15.72 15.72 15.72 15.72 18.25 13.25 18.25 18.25 2 CHARGES FILED AGAINST YOUTH Survivor of Suicide Pact Accused of Murder in Second Degree. WAYNE, Nebr., May 5. CaJ-- Two charges were filed in county court here this afternoon against Ronald Young in connection with I the death of his sweetheart, Nancy- arm Alford. One was "or second degree murder and the other for cutting with intent to kill or wound. Meantime Young, who survived a suicide pact with the co-ed, ,,re mained under night and day guard at a hospital here. His condition wag serious and no attempt will D made to arraign him until he recov ers. Miss Alford died yesterday afte both bad slashed their wrists dreading the filing of a .robberj charge against them. They wer students at Wayne normal school. 18.25 18.20 18.25 18.25 18.25 18.25 18.25 18.25 18.25 18.25 18.25 18.25 1S.25 18.25 1S.25 18.2.', 1S.25 1S.25 18.25 18.25 IS.25 16.75 18.25 3S.25 Fort Crook Soldier Receives Medal for Peace Time Heroism FORT CROOK, Nebr., May 5. (S) --For wrestling a pistol from the hand of a deranged man and subduing him, Sergt. Thomas. C. Watson was decorated here today with the soldier's medal for peace time heroism. The decoration was bestowed by Major General Frank R. McCoy. After the ceremony, Watson, now out of the service and living at Nevada, Mo., stood in the reviewing stand with General McCoy and other officers while the 17th infantry passed in review. FILM COMEDIAN MARRIES INVALID Margherita Rouse Sits Up in Portable Bed to Wed Chester Conklin. HOLLYWOOD, May 5. W)--Sitting up on her portable bed, Margherita Rou" an invalid, became the wife of Chester Conklin, film comedian today. The marriage ceremony was read in St. Alban's Liberal Catholic church here. The unusual romance began two years ago when Miss Rouse, bed ridden by a complete arthrities for 2 years, was brought to Conkhns house with a score of other invalids for a concert.. Soon after they met, Conklin suggested that Miss Rouse try again to become well. Her case is responding to treatments and she now is able to sit up and use her hands. Conklin says their physician predicts she will be walking within a year. Miss Rouse, who was born in Grand Rapids, Mich., is 41, and Conklin, born in Oskaloosa, Iowa, is 46. CAPTAIN AND 3 OF CREW LEFT Norwegian Freighter Towed in Precarious Condition to Puget Sound. SEATTLE, May 5. (.¥)--Only the master, Capt. J. Mathiasen, pilot and three of the crew remained on board the Norwegian freighter Childar as the vessel was towed in precarious condition from the Columbia river to Puget sound today, said a wireless message to the coast guard here. The cutter Red Wing reported it had taken off IS members of the crew, and had towed the motorship as far north as Grays harbor in a race to reach the calm waters ot Puget sound before the vesse breaks in two. Three of the crew were lost overboard, one was crushed to death by shifting cargo, and three others were seriously injured- when the ship was pounded ashore on a spi in the Columbia river in a terrifi' Striker Victim of Illness Caused by Being Hit on Head KANSAS CITY, May 5. UP--Th. first fatality of the strike of em- ployes of the Chevrolet-Fisher bodj plant at Leeds, Mo., occurred todaj when John Harrigan, 40, a striker died in a hospital with meningitis induced, physicians said, by a blow on the head. Harrigan, police said m iu? ^ m u m u m "·"··· » r: was struck in a fight between! storm Thursday. The three injured workers and strikers Thursday. I men were rushed to Astoria. "A Bible and a Newspaper in every home" . . Said Benjamin Franklin IF YOU asked the founder of a great library system what reading matter you'should place in your home, you might expect him to hand you a sizable list of books. But old Ben Franklin, father of the free library system of our country, being a man to put first things first, might have looked over the top of his glasses at you, and repeated "a Bible and a newspaper in every home." Franklin himself was Printer .and Publisher . . , and an advertising writer. He recognized, as you do, that good advertising is NEWS. Back in 1780, when a ship came to port with a consignment of India shawls and some merchant announced this in the newspaper, you may imagine that that item meant more to the ladies of the day than the usual chronicle of somebody's cow "lost, strayed or stolen." An editor gathers up the news from all corners of the globe, just as a merchant gathers up his stock of goods. Then the story of both is carried in the newspaper. Both mean a great deal to every reader.

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