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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, April 30, 1936
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MAN KILLED AND WOMAN INJURED Cedar Rapids Automobile Collides With Truck on Hill Near Tama. MARSHALLTOWN, /B _ Frank Kaiser of Cedar Rapids was killed and Mrs. Jessie Noble. Cedar Rapids, injured when the automobile driven by Kaiser collided with a state highway truck on the Seabert hill, two and one-half miles east of Tama about noon Thursday. The body of Kaiser was taken to an undertaking establishment at Tama. He is reported to have died of hemorrhages resulting from deep neck cuts. Mrs. Noble suffered severe lacerations about the head and face, a possible skull fracture, a deep cut on one knee and a possible leg fracture. She was taken directly from the scene of the accident to a Cedar Rapids hospital. The highway truck was backing up to pick up a signal flag when the Kaiser car came down the hill. It' struck a corner of. the truck and was hurled into the ditch. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 30 ]· 1936 FIVE Latest Official Portraits of Germany's Hitler Bandit Killed After He Holds Up Bank SPRINGFIELD. 111.. (JPi--An unidentified man was shot and critically, wounded after he held up the First National bank of Pittsfield Thursday. The stranger was shot in the back several blocks from the bank as he fled on foot. Taken to a doctor's office, he was not expected to live. Have Your . . . Wedding picture made here, at your home, or at the reception hall. R U S S E L L PHOTO STUDIO PHONE 2272 NEXT J. C. PENNEY CO. Latest official portraits nf Adolf Hitler Some ol the tenseness of the present European situation seems to be reflected in these laltttt official portraits ol Adolf Hitler, German dictator, who keeps the eyes of the world focused on him. (Centra 1 Press Photos) Iowa Artist Exhibits Her Work in Paris PARIS. I.T)--Thirty American artists had exhibits in the spring salon of the Societe des Artistes Francais et Nationale des Beaux Arts which opened in the Grand Palais Thursday. The Americans exhibiting included: Ruth Har Council Bluffs, Iowa. Come Out Into the Sunshine A TRULY HEALTHFUL SPORT. BRING THE BUNCH OUT FOR A ROUND ON ONE OF THE FINEST COURSES IN THE COUNTRY. . CAPABLE INSTRUCTOR TO HELP YOU PEP UP YOUR GAME IF THAT IS NECESSARY. OPENING DANCE THE SEASON'S SOCIAL ACTIVITIES WILL OPEN TUESDAY, MAY 5th WITH A DINNER DANCE. PLEASE MAKE RESERVATION NOT LATER THAN MONDAY NOON, MAY 4th, BY CALLING MRS. STREETER, TELEPHONE 1512. YOU WILL WANT TO MEET AND WELCOME OUR NEW MEMBERS NUMBERING NEARLY FIFTY. OUR CLUB CALENDAR LISTING ALL EVENTS AND ENTERTAINMENTS FOR THE SEASON OF 1936 . . WILL BE MAILED TO MEMBERS SATURDAY OF THIS WEEK. AT THE EARLIEST POSSIBLE DATE, PLEASE CHECK CLASSIFICATION DESIRED FOR YOURSELF AND FAMILY AND RETURN APPLICATION CARD WHICH . WAS SENT TO YOU ON MARCH 26th. Mason City Golf and Country Club UDDERS ON OJECTS LISTED Offers on Road Jobs Have to Get Approval of Omaha Federal Bureau. AMES, (.-Pi--The state highway commission lias submitted to Ihe Omaha office of the federal burcai of public roads the list of low bidders on IS grading, graveling and bridge and culvert projects. The low bidders, whose offers must be approved by the federal bureau before contracts are let are: BRIDGES Fayette county--35 culverts on highway 154 from highway 11 through Arlington to highway 10. Christansen brothers, Sioux City, 514,120, and Thor Fisko, Carver, 511,524. Fayette--Five culverts on relocation of highway 154 from Arlington northwest, F. A. Moser, Strawberry Point, $3,561. Hamilton--One bridge on highway 175 west of Ellsworth, Zitterell Mills. Webster City, $13,209. Mahaska--One bridge on highway 2 west of Rose Hill, Ben Cole and son. Ames. $48,822. Mahaska -- Moving and re-erecting bridge (in secondary road south of Rose Hill, A. Olson Construction company, Waterloo. ,$29,105. Wapello--One bridge on secondary dary road between Eddyville and Ottumwa. Layton and Plumb, Musca- ine, 59,892. Wapello--Four bridges on secondary road between Eddyville and Ottunnva, Ottumwa Bridge and Construction company, 517,014, and Layton and Plumb, 529,678. GRADING Benton--.3 mile on secondary road west of Atkins, Burcb Construction company, Cedar Rapids, 510,810. . Fayette--10.7 miles on highway 154 from highway 11 to highway 10, G. H. Lowe. Cedar Rapids. Fa-yettc--2.3 miles on relocation of highway 154 out of Arlington northwest. G. M. Lowe, $12,171. Johnson--.4 mile on secondary road northwest of Solon. A. C. Raucnbuchlcr. Keosauqua, ?11,53S. Mahaska--.7 mile on secondary road, south of Rose Hil!, B. Laytoa, Mtiscatine. 56,672. Sioux--.4 mile on highway 18 at crossing west of Sheldon, E. M. Dusenberg. Mason City, $1,853. Sioux--.6 mile on highway 18 at crossing west of Sheldon, E. M. Dusenberg. 513.271. GRAVELING Adair 7.9 miles on secondary road from Adair south, L, J. Peters, Des Moines. 510,743. Des Moines--11.2 miles on highway 99 from Burlington north, M. i O. Weaver. Inc., Des Moines, 522,-' 023. · Fayette--10.6 miles on highway .1.04 between highways 10 and 11, Snrgciit brothers. Des Moincs, $18,441. Fayetlc--2.3 miles on relocation of 154 out of Arlington northwest, Sargent brothers. 54,002. Police Hold Robbery Suspect; Believe He Dined in Local Store Police were holding a suspect of the robbery of the Snyder grocery, 616 South Federal avenue, which was entered through the skylight between 2 and 4 o'clock Thursday morning. The suspect was being questioned Thursday. The cash register had been broken' into but no money was reported taken. The prowler ate lunch there and left through the rear door. Police removed the suspect's shoes for evidence. He had Braunschwei- :er on them and on his clothes. No PWA Allotments for Municipal Power Plants to Be Canceled WASHINGTON. (.P) -- Secretary Ickes served notice Thursday on private utility companies that no PWA allotments for municipal power plants would be canceled even though a supreme court decision on | this program "is very doubtful" be- j fore next fall. II TWA receives any additional Civil Service Exams for 9 Federal Jobs Announced by Price Open competitive examinations for the following- positions were announced Thursday by the civil service commission through Charles E. Price, local secretary of its board of examiners: Junior forester and junior range examiner. 52.000 a year. Medical officer (specialist in control of social diseases and specialist in cardio vascular-renal disease). $3,800 a year. Principal agronomist and principal olericulturist. $5,600 a year in the bureau of plant industry of the department of agriculture. Assistant architect, industrial exhibits, 52,600 a year, in the division of labor standards ol the Department of Labor. Federal agent for agricultural education, 54,600 a year, specialist in agricultural education, part time and evening schools, 53,800 a year, in the office of education of the Department of Interior. Further information regarding applications to take these examinations is available at the local post- office from Mr. Price. "unds. he said, applications for mti- licipal power plants will be consid- Jred on the same basis as before-'their social desirability, whether hey are in the interests of and in he benefit of the people." Storage Vault at Marshall Swifts. Protect your FURS in our new, modern, cold storage vault. Phone 788 Mrs. Theodore Olson Services to Be Held Saturday Afternoon Funeral services for Mrs. Theodore Olson, 50, who died at hi home, 251 Eighth street southcas curly Wednesday morning followin an illness, will be held at the Trii ity Lutheran church Saturday a tcrnoon at 2 o'clock, with the Re Oliver L. N. Wigdahl in charge. Bi rial will be at Elmwood cemeter; Mrs. Olson, nee Elizabeth Chri; topherson, was born at Quandah Feb. 1-1, 1881. She was married t Theodore Olson, Oct. IS. 1905. Decorah. Surviving Mrs. Olson arc her bus band, a daughter, Mrs. Herbert Mo Janesville, Wis.. and two sons, Eu gene, Janesville, Wis., and Addiso at home. Two brothers. Oscar an William Christcpherson. Dccorar and five sisters. Mrs. Matilda Han sen, Decorah, Mrs. John Heindricli son, Frazcr, Mont., and Mrs. Juliu Asheim, Parshall, N. Dak.. Mrs Clarence Cady, Monmouth, 111., an Mrs. James Carruthers, Peoria, 111 also survive. Mrs. Olson was pre ceded in death by one son, Marc 23. 1928. The body will lie in state at th Meyer funeral home until Friday af ternoon when it will be taken to th residence at 251 Eighth street south cast, where it will remain until th time of services. A dictator need not be a grea man. All he needs is about 30 mil lion people who say "Yes sir."-Lincoln Star. Help Kidneys · If poorly functionintr Kidney and Bladder make you Buffer from Getting Up Nichta. Nervousness. Rheumatic ^^ Pains* Stiffness. Burning 1 , Smarting. ^ Itchinjr. or Acidity try the sruaranteed Doctor'aPrescriptionCyatextSiflH-tac) --Must fix, you up or money back. OnIy75X at druggists. MATS ALL THIS TALK ABOUT ALL- WEATHER Give us 3 minutes to point out why "G-3" is America's best-seller -- no ifs, ands, o r b u t s ! To become America's best-seller, it had to be America's best buy--and that's the "G-3" A l l - W e a t h e r for y o u ! Evidence? ~ we've got plenty . . . local proof of better than 43/b greater non-skid mileage, quicker-stopping, safer grip, longer endurance. Get your money's worth and then some--see us about tires! GOOD/f'EAli SERVICE STORES Phone 364 121 No. Delaware Mason City Moil Orders Filled Some Day Received. Orders Amounting to $2.00 or Less, Add lOe For Postage. 13 North Federal Are. Phone 909. Right to Limit Quantities. 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