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May 9, 1934

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

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MAY 9 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE NINE SEE FAILURE OF PACT ON WHEAT Argentine Delegate Asserts Nation "Not Ready , to Join." LONDON, May 9. LW--Failure of efforts to create a world-wide minimum wheat price pact appeared inevitable today when Tomas Le Breton, chief Argentine negotiator at the World wheat conference, told the Associated Press: "Argentina is not ready to join." Although condemning the present scheme for a minimum price arrangement as impractical, Le Breton left the door ajar with the declaration: "W« are still considering: the proposal with an open mind." It is the unanimous view of the conference, which resumed Its sessions today, that there can be no pact unless all wheat exporting nations adhere. lip 'fj CRESS ASSAILS NEW DEAL BASE Constitutional Rights Have Been Violated, He Tells Audience at Britt. BRITT, May 9.--The democratic administration, state and national, came in for criticism at the hands of G. E. Cress of Mason City, republican candidate for lieutenant governor, in a talk given here last night before the Britt commercial club. Mr. .Cress charged that there had been an unjustified violation of constitutional rights, both political and economic, in the new deal. A number of questions with regard to the present method of taxation and the remedies proposed for its correction was raised by the Mason City man. Considerable time was given over by the speaker to a discussion of Iowa's highway slaughter and the need for an effective system of patrolling the roads. Glenn A. Clark, president of the club, introduced the speaker. Mr. Cress came here from Sioux City, where on Monday he talked before the Lions club at noon and hefore a meeting of the young men's republican club at night. II) Three Questioned by Sheriff in Connection With Miller Robbery NEW HAMPTON, May 9.--Sheriff George C. Murray spent Sunday In Emmetsburg questioning three men being held there for a torture holdup. Murray questioned the men concerning the Miller farm robbery In October, 1931, when 58,000 was obtained by binding and gagging the Miller family after threatening to kill unless the hiding place of their money was divulged. Ethylene gas is being used experimentally to remove husks from walnuts when removal is otherwise difficult. Local Man Could Not Turn in Bed So Crippled With Rheumatism; Pain and Suffering Almost Too Great to Bear -- GLY- CAS Again Unfailing. Even cases of rheumatism, neuritis, nervousness, stomach, kidney, bowel and blood troubles that failed to yield to medical treatments or any medicine before have been conquered by this new Gly-Cas and. ME. FRANK BOEKJAN good and glorious health restored. For example read what Mr. Frank Boerjan, St. Ansgar, la., (just N. E. of here) said recently in talking with the Gly-Cas Man at Michael's Drug Co., 5 So. Federal Ave.: "Gly-Cas has absolutely freed me of eight years suffering and Intense pain from inflammatory rheumatism," said Mr. Boerjan. "Much of the time I was so crippled I could not even turn in bed, and what I went through with was almost too great to bear. I tried everything seemingly, medicines of all kinds and even medical authorities but with the same results -- and I thought I was doomed to suffer this way indefinitely until I finally began Gly-Cas. I have just completed my third box of this new remedy and it has given me exactly the results I have been wanting all this time. That awful rheumatism has entirely left me and I am more than glad to tell others about it for I know it is a medicine upon which you can depend to do its work and do it well." Gly-Cas Is sold by Michael Drag Co., "o South Federal Ave., Mason City_j Iowa, _ ^ .,,-.,.._,. ...... - _, . AROUSES BELGIANS Mrs. Patterson Dies in California; Iowa Falls Burial Planned IOWA FALLS, May 9.--Word was received here Tuesday of the death, in Miami, Fla., of Mrs. C. E- Patterson, a well known resident of this city. The body will be brought here Saturday morning and the tentative funeral arrangements are for Saturday afternoon, in charge of the Rev. Mr. Fullwood of Col. Graham Seton Hutchison, author, created a furore when he told an English writers' club that King Albert of Bel- glum was murdered and that the story of his accident was the "biggest spoof put over on the world in the last six months." Belgian officials vigorously denied this. (Associated Press Photo). MORE FAMILIES ON RELIEF ROLLS Number Getting Aid April 1 This Year Greater Than Same Time Last. WASHINGTON, May 9. (JP-The department of commerce reported today that the number of families on relief as of April 1 was larger this year than at the same time last year. In its monthly survey of current business, reporting generally improved conditions in most sections of American business and industry the department noted: "Nothwithstanding the progress made in recent months in absorbing into industry a portion of the unemployed, the number without work remains larg«. "The exhaustion of individual resources, together with the demobilization of the CWA workers, has resulted in a substantial increase. The number of families on relief as of April 1 is estimated to be larger than a year ago." The survey reported substantial gains in employment, and payrolls betw.een.the.middleiqtFebruary-and the middle of March, with 79 out of 90 industries studied showing 'improvement in this line. Seniors at Rudd Will Give Play Two Nights RUDD, May 9.--On the evenings of May 17 and 18 the seniors of Rudd high school will present "The Attorney For the Denfense," a four act play. The cast consists of Dale Schroeder, Willis Wallbaum, Gail Kingsbury, Willard Roberts, Phillip Ell, Burton Kuhlemeier, Louis Kleen, Lois Stiles, Helen Andersen, Audrey Hansen, Leota Witzel, Charles La Coste, Howard Witzel and John Jacobs. Miss Bernice Schmidt is coaching. Contracts Signed by New Hampton Teachers NEW HAMPTON, May 9.-Teachers in the New Hampton public schools returned their contracts. Teachers and their salaries are: F. J. Moore , superintendent, ?2,520; Charles W. North, principal, Aaron R. Bowman, vocational agriculture and William J. Waters, mathematics, each 51,417.50; Guth Gethmann and Finn B. Erikson, each $1,323; Minnie Mills, Bernice Ross, Helen Whittle, Margaret Wolff, Louise Worley, each 51,134; Philomena Meyers, principal intermediate grades, $1,039.50, Maurine Hudson, 5810; Anna Miles, Claire Rouse, Mary Carroll, Dora Kruger, Marcella Kirchoff, Margaret McNeff and Eunice Boslough, each 5850.50. Miss Maurine Hudson, Osage, has been hired as assistant principal in the junior high school. Ben Sawyer Funeral Held at Iowa Falls IOWA FALLS, May 9--The funeral of Ben Sawyer, 39, was held at the Wilbur funeral home here Tuesday morning. Mr. Sawyer died at Silvis, 111. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Sawyer formerly of this city and was engaged in the railroad business. He is survived by his widow, an adopted child, three brothers, the Rev. Lester Sawyer, in Nebraska, Carl Sawyer living in California and Lawrence Sawyer of Newton. Mrs. Ruehl Is Elected Head of Club in Osage OSAGE, May 9.--Mrs. Walter Wright was hostess of the Shakespearean club for their last meeting of the study year, Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Stiles Lessly read a paper. Officers elected were: President, Mrs. L- T. Ruehl, vice president, Miss Mary Clyde; recording secretary, Mrs. K. A. Kellogg; corresponding secretary, Mrs. H. E. LaRue: treasurer. Mrs. Grace Thomason. Federation News was reviewed by Mrs. F. W. Miller, the Episcopal church. Mrs. Patterson spent the winter with her children in Miami. A few days ago, she was taken ill and rushed to a hospital where she died Monday night. She was about 70 and Is survived by two children, Mrs. Charles O'Neil of Des Moines and Wendall Patterson of Iowa Falls. Mr. Patterson, who was engaged in the monument business here, died several years ago. The family has been active in this city for the past fifty years. Imterment will be in Union cemetery. Conservation of Indian Mounds to Be Discussed at Park Group Meeting WEST UNION, May 9.--The annual meeting of the Northeastern Iowa National Park association will be held May 11 at Strawberry Point, to open at 10 a. m. There will be a delegation of businessmen trom Dubuque to present a matter concerning the conservation of Indian mounds along the Mississippi river bluffs, and a trip to Backbone state park will be made under the direction of B. W. Newberry of Strawberry Point. Officers of the association arc Walter H. Beall, West Union, president; R. S. Miller, Lansing, vice president; H. S. Rittenhouse, Monona, secretary; C. J. Orr, Monona, treasurer. Since the establishment of a national park In the upper Mississippi river valley was turned down by the department of the interior, the organization has been endeavoring to obtain a national monument In the region for the conservation of unique Indian mound areas. County Group to Jlect. CLARKSVILLE, May 9.--The Butler county Ministerial association will meet at the community church here Monday, May 14. Mrs. E. B. Stevenson's division of the ladies' aid will serve dinner at the church dining hall. Sting rays of South America lurking in the mud sting fishermen who accidentally tread on them. Flames Damage Rear of Residence in Britt BRITT, May 9---A fire at the Garbell residence late Monday night destroyed a back part of the house. 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