The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 8, 1931 · Page 4
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April 8, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 4

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^ err a ATTENTION! EYES F ALL McKINLEY CLASSICAL and semi-classical SHEET MUSIC v per copy All Popular Music lOc per copy SALE STARTS Thursday April 9th Ends Saturday April 18th *-/,.., ELLING OUT Our Entire Stock Of BALDWIN PIANOS, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS At Less Than Wholesale --- f J 1 -· ' . ' " ' : -: · ' . · · · - · · · ·; · · -· .. ·;· · ' · ,-'·.-"- · - , - . ..-,.. We must dispose of these high grade Grand and Upright Pianos At Once! Price is no object--They Must Go. Terms May Be Arranged As Low As $10 Per Month $1450 Baldwin Grand, mahogany .. $875 $875 Howard Grand, walnut $465 . $365 .$255 $750 Monarch Grand, mahogany $500 Howard Upright, mahogany Save $150.00 to $600.00 $500 Howard Upright, »a. nut .$265 $375 Monarch Upright, «.*.,«,, $230 $350 Monarch upright, Mai,.TM, $210 $335 Monarch Upright, **»*«» $200 $325 Monarch Upright, "*»»·« $195 Buy Now! Never A Chance Like This Again! Band and Orchestra Instruments and Accessories at Big Discounts $95 Conn silver plated Gold Bell Trombone in Velvet case $35 $95 King silver plated gold hell Cornet in plush lined case $35 $150 Martin silver plated Gold Bell Saxophone, E flat, in case · · · ' ..: f $50 $150 Lyon Healy silver plated Gold Bell Saxophone, E f Lat alto in case $35 $165 Lyon Healy silver plated Gold Bell Saxophone, C Mel. ody, in case j25 $165 York silver plated Gold Bell Tenor Saxophone in case $25 $95 Holton silver plated Gold Bell Trumpet, in case ...... .$25 $65 Delmar silver plated Mellophone, in case .$35 Guitars, values to $25, each $7 Tenor^Guitars, values to $20, each .., . Y Y $5 Banjo Ukejs, $7.50 values, each ^...... Y Y Y $1 Accordions, 2 row, $12.50 value, for Y Y Y . Y$5 Pqrtable Phonographs, values up to $25, for $5 Hamilton Music Stands, $2.75 value $1 SEVERAL HAND MADE VIOLINS HALE PRICE Values to $150.00 Violin Cases, satin plush lined, values to $18, special $5. Low prices on all Strings, Harmonicas, Music Books, Reeds, Rosin, Band Instrument Cases and other articles too numerous to mention. 228 South Federal Ave. MUSIC Store Open Evenings During Sale PANY Phone 484 ROSENDAHLNEW 'AKRON' SKIPPER Queen of Skies to Be by far Largest Airship in World. WASHINGTON, April 8. UP)-Lieutenant Commander Charles E. Hosendahl, who knows more about airships in fair sailing and disaster than any other American, today was named the first skipper of the navy's new queen of the skies, the dirigible ZRS-4, better known as the Akron. r Rogendahl was ordered to the naval .air station at Lakehurst, N. J., April 4.5, to begin, assembling a crew for the new airship from the personnel trained aboard the Los Angeles, the dirigible given to this country by Germany under the treaty of Versailles. Shenanclonh Survivor. Rosendaht is a survivor of the Shenandoah disaster and was for three years captain of the Los Angeles. The Akron, named for her birthplace, will be by far the largest flying craft in the world, with a cubical content two and a half times that of the Los Angeles, nearly, double ; that of the Graf Zeppelin and 35 per cent larger than that of Great Britain's ill- starred R-10I, which crashed in Prance last year. RosendaM is now In Washington, where he has been on duty with the naval bureau of aeronautics since July, 1930. ~ American Expert. He Is 38. Largely because of hi3 intensive study during the last eight years and a practical experience probably without parallel in Its range and thoronesa, he is generally recognized as this country's lighter-thah-alr aviation expert. His new command Js considered the supreme achievement of the airship builders. Altho the length, 785 feet, is only 9 feet more than the Graf Zeppelin, her diameter is a third larger than the Grafs and her cubic measurements almost double. Eight engines with" a total of 4,480 horsepower will give her a cruising range of 10,580 land miles without refueling, as against 4,000 for the Los Angeles and 6,125 for the Graf Zeppelin. She is designed to make 83.8 miles an hour. CERMAK'S LIFE IS ALGER STORY Smith One of First to Wire Congratulations to New .Chicago Mayor. \ ' CHICAGO, April 8. Ufr--Addlr! tiorial political power, already great, has come to Anton J. Cer 1 - mak, "Che immigrant boy" who worked his way up from digging coal in the southern Illinois coal fields to the may of ship of America's second largest city. For eight years he has been almost continuously the head of the county board and now he is the undisputed chief of both the city and tHe county democratic organizations. Cermak, born 58 years ago in Prague, was brot to the United States in his infancy. He is a product of the grade and night schools, his career reading something like a Horatio Alger book. · He served. as a hired hand on Illinois farms, dug some coal and came to Chicago when 16, earning his own way as a tow-boy for streetcars and by carting wood in the "back of the yards" district. Once he got into politics, however, his rise smacked something of the spectacular, the political route carrying him to the city council, the state legislature, the county board, and finally to the world's fair mayorship of Chicago. He describes himself as a "champion of personal liberty" and as a "dripping wet." One of the first .to congratulate was Alfred E. Smith, who wired him that his election is "notice that the gangsters must vamoose." ' Cermak is a widower, the father of three children and seven grandchildren. 400 Chicks Burned in. Hutchins Brooder Fire HUTCHINS. April S.--Mr. and Mrs. John Aitohison, south of Hutchins, lost 400 three weeks old baby' chicks Monday afternoon when the brooder stove caused the brooder house to catch fire. The bottom of the stove burned out the floor and sills causing the stove to tip over and the chicks were suffocated. The blaze was discovered In time to save the building. HOUSE OF GARNER FIRE MARSHAL IS DAMAGED BY BLAZE GARNER, April 8.--The local fire department put out the fire in the residence of City Fire Marshal Lewis Melcher Monday after it made considerable headway. The fire started in the attic over the kitchen from a defective chimney and burned all the roof over the kitchen and part of the roof of the main part of the house. Damage estimated at several hundreds of dollars la covered by Insurance. Attend Rites'at Waukon. NASHUA, April 8.--Mr. and Mrs. John Steele were called to Waukon Tuesday to attend the funeral ot his youngest brother, Daniel O. Steele, 42, who died suddenly at Rochester Monday morning, where he had been, taken late Saturday night. Lake Mills Band to Give Concert Friday LAKE MILLS, April 8.--A free band concert consisting of marches, overtures, waltzes, Spanish numbers and serenades will be given by the Lake Mills band Friday evening at tho high school auditorium in Lake Mills. A. R. Nelson will be master of ceremonies and will introduce n novelty act "Sambo in the Bag," with band accompaniment, as we'll as soloists who will present vocal and xylophone numbers. The band has been practicing during the win- ter months and has been in existence continually' for more than 30 years. Concert to Be Given at Carpenter by Students CARPENTER, April 8.--The high school orchestra and glee club under the direction of Miss Von Ewert- son will give a concert at the high school auditorium at 8 o'clock Friday evening. Well, tne tariff that was to enrich America by making others poor did half of it, anyway. lowan Wins Oratorical ' Contest at Minnesota U; Awarded $100 Prize MINNEAPOLIS, April 8. UP)-Burnell Koolish, Sioux City, last night won the annual Pillsbury oratorical contest at the University of Minnesota with the subject "Thr American Jungle." Kooliah won thr first prize of $100 and the right to represent Minnesota at the northern oratorical .league contest in Mad ison, Wis., May 8. Look at this! BABY GRAND only $68.OO COMPLETE WITH TUBES Hero Js yonr eh*noe to get a genuine PhUco, the world'M largest-Kiting radio--famona for Its Balanced ...'·Cntti, «dU n dlrt»rted Tone... .Not, a midget, but a full-performing r^l radio,'guxpaasing sots costing twice it» price. . . . All-eleotrio, 7 tubes, (3 screen Srfd), built-in electro-dynamic speaker, Illuminated tatioa-iecorduig dial, black walnm and quilted maplo cabinet. . . . A great radio! 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