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March 24, 1937

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 10

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TEN * SCHOBER HELD TO GRAND JURY Lake Night Club Operate Charged With Illegal · Possession. Billy Schober, proprietor o Billy's Casino at Clear Lake waived preliminary hearing befor Justice .of Peace Roe Thompsoi Monday and was bound to th grand jury on a'charge of-iliega possession of intoxicating liquor The charge was filed by a stat agent following a recent raid. Fred Green also waived prelim inary hearing and was bound t .the grand jury on a charge of ut tering a forged instrument am M. O. McCoy was charged wit' embezzlement of mortgaged prop erry. 2 Men Are Injured in Auto Accidents in Palo Alto Count EMMETSBURG--Two automo bile accidents were reported ti Palo Alto county officers hen Tuesday, with two men injured in the mishaps. Bob Wigdah'V employe in the county treasurer's office here, re ceived several broken ribs and other minor injuries when his ca. was in collision with one driven by J. J. Kist, 48, of Eagle Grove The accident occurred when the Eagle Grove man attempted -to pass a road grader on highway li about three miles west . o f . ; E m - metsburg. Wigdahl, coming 'from Huthven, was. also near the grader, it was reported, and .the two automobile crashed. Kist escapee injury. Jerry Murphy, farmer living near Emmetsburg sustained severe leg injuries when he was struck by a ear driven by Mayor D. O. Hartsock of Mallard on highway 17 south of Emroetsburg Monday evening. Murphy had stopped his car to wipe off the windshield when the Mallard car hit him, according to officers. Poor visibility due to a snow and sleet storm was believed to have caused the accident.^ Hartsock escaped injury. Superintendent Seventh ifear. GOODELL--All the local teachers were rehired at a meeting of the school.board, Supt: R. N. Fish for his seventh year,here, Principal I, Harder, ·Mattie Neilsen, Margaret Carlston, Naomi Jewell and lolita Ersland. Charles City News Charles City Cancer Control Unit Formed CHARLES CITY -- A Charles City: unit of th'o .Women's Field Army for the Control o£ Cancer is being organized with Mrs. A. H. McKinney as captain. Her assistants are Mrs. O. H. Banton, Mrs. H. L. Treloar, Mrs. H. C. Hanseh and Mrs. Hussell Nies. An anti-cancer campaign will be ·waged for. a week when the unit leaders will appear" before church societies, service and ^educational clubs to publicize cancer's destruction and its control through early treatment. The Iowa army is being organized under the chairmanship pf Mrs. Bessie McLaughlin Washington, Iowa. , . One Act Play Program Given at Charles City CHARLES CITY--The anniia program of one act plays wai, presented by the public speaking department in the high school auditorium Tuesday evening. Four one act plays were given, "It Wil Be Alright on the Night," "Gammer Gurton's Needle," "Joshing the Janitor" and "Boosting Bridget." Music between plays included piano solo by Leo Schula, voca! solp by Harold Frederick, accompanied by Lottie Craig. The makeup staff included members of "The Masquers," local drama organiza tion. Charles City Briefs 1 1 J, CHARLES CITY--Grace Bedford, Des Moines, district deputy of Royal Neighbors of America met with officers of White Ash camp Monday evening in the St. Charles hotel to make arrangements for the R. N. A. convention to be held here. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Young are the parents of a son. ' · ' :.The Women's Relief Corps honored Mrs. L. D. Huckins who celebrated her eighty-fourth birthday. Mrs. Huckins is a charter member of the W. R. C. and has filled all the offices in the local corps. A large birthday cake was served and Mrs.: Huckins was presented with a gift ' . Mrs. Robert Klimish was given a handkerchief shower at the home of Mrs. Bert Rhinesmiih Monday evening. She will leave soon for an extended stay in California. ' Mrs. A. H. Ehresman is a guest at the home of Or. and Mrs. C. W. McQuillen. Dr. W. H..Kenderdine of Sioux City spoke at the meeting of the Charles City Dental Study club in the office of Dr. W. E. Voreck. Mrs. Ada Slcldes arrived from EJkhart, Jnd., to visit her parents, Dr. and Mrs. E. W. Huelster. Dr. Hiielster who has been ill several weeks seems improved. The Rev. and Mrs. C. G. Prot- tengaier went to Sumner Tuesday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Prot- brother, Theodore Koe- MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE. MARCH 24 · 1937 To Head Arsenal Col. Norman F. Ramsey of Washington, D. C.,. now in charge of the ammunition and artillery division "with the chief of ordnance for the war department In Washington, has been named the new commandant in charge of the Keck Island, 111., arsenal largest in the U. S., effective Juno 28. As Isuch, he will succeed his former West' Point classmate, .Col. A, G. Gillcspie., 5270,000 In Soil Pay CLARION--A total of approximately 5270,000, 75 per cent of the soil conservation checks has been received in Wright county of which $58,000 was distributed in the last two weeks. Base and corn limits on individual farms are now being given out by the township committees. BOARD IS CLOSE WITH ESTIMATE Hits Near Mark on Amount Paid in Under State . . Job Insurance. Iowa Daily Press Bureau. DBS MOINES^Estimates of the amount of money which Iowa employers would pay in under the terms of the unemployment compensation act and the number of employers v who would make the returns,.came so close to the mark that the two commissioners of what. will be a three man board and Garritt E. . Rbelofs, assistant to the commissioners, are thinking of setting up in the soothsaying business. It had-.been generally figured that 4,300 employers would pay in about $2,750,000 under the act for 1936. Monday night 4,100 employers had reported andithe commission had on hand 52,349,446.99. Mr. Roelofs pointed out that if the one-tenth of 1 per cent which the employer pays directly to the federal government is included, the total will be just about on the estimate. . . There are an unknown number of employers, however, who have not sent in their contributions as required by law, either because they do not understand their liability under the statute, or because of delay or neglect. Commissioners Claude M. Stanley ol Corning and Peter J. Kies of Dubuque decided late Monday that there would 'be no "crack down" but that employers liable under the act would ; be sent no.- tice they must comply within a specified time. Total of. 4,107 The total contributions to March 21, inclusive,, were $2,289,292.87 and Monday there was received $60,150.12. The number of contributors up' to and including March 21 was 4,047, with: 60 more reporting Monday, to .-make the total of 4,107. Just how much money was in . the mail to reach the commissioners before the deadline of midnight last nighi could not be estimated, but a rough guess put the figure a' 5150,000 o r more. · - . · ' - , The next report to be made by employers will be for the first quarter of 1937. A tentative deadline for that report-has been set as April 20, but no definite announcement has been made. Com- missiorters Stanley and Kies said they expected that eventually monthly reports will be required. The two commissioners are moving slowly, they said, because they do hot want to do something they might have, to undo, if and when appointment of a third'com- missioner is- made and -the .appointment confirmed by the state senate. 'The senate .has turned thumbs down on one appointee offered by Governor Kraschel and no one knows, or can be.induced to tell, .just who will get,the; job. Attend Conference Last week Commissioners Kies and Stanley were in Washington, for an interstate conference on unemployment laws and their administration. Forty states were represented, that many haying passed'laws or being :on the verge of completing them, whereas but 16 states were represented at the first such 'conference held in Madison, Wis.-, last December. The Iowa commissioners conferred with federal officials from the social security commission, including R. G. Wagenet, director of the unemployment compensation division of the social security board. They returned Saturday to then- offices in the Oransky building here where, on the fifth 'floor, has been installed the organization which they took : over from the executive cpuncilljand of which Roelofs was executive director. They will set up, under the Iowa law which went into effect Feb. 27, divisions of, employment service and of unemployment com- STORE HOURS 9 a. m. to 5:30 p. ni. SATURDAYS 9 a.'m. to 9 p. m. 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Thus, when the commission's arrangements are complete, it will seek to find jobs for people with one hand and pay them, if they lose their jobs with the other. HOG PRICES STAY UP INTO APRIL That Is View of Iowa State College Extension Economists. . AMES -- Little change in hog prices will occur in the next three months if the predictions of mQst observers are correct, Iowa State college extension agricultural economists reported Tuesday although the more optimistic observers foresee a new 1937 top before the fall run appears in late April or May. While there are "plenty of hogs" left in the country, the Iowa State economists pointed out, it is generally believed that the "cleanup" of spring pigs is well under way. A few fall pigs are now coming on to the market, but because of the long fall farrowing period, these may be sold over a longer period this spring than usual. Consequently, the seasonal price decline during April and May is hot expected to be as large as usual, the economists reasoned. Improving business conditions are expected to lend strength to all retail markets including the pork trade. The demand situation is picking up in general since wage hikes, flood area reconstruction and revival pf strike-delayed business entered the picture. When carrying out his beheadings, Germany's professional executioner is required to wear somber formal dress, probably a cutaway. --Boston Transcript. ^Jl I^s^^^^^ Vvery t^'* t y P e Exclusive with Merkel's IN A P1CNFT* GLOVE $1 With tiie flattery of a frill ard a neatly * strapped wrist, "Courtier" sues for your favor. And wins it, too, when you see wfiat a ready escort it makes for "many, many costumes. 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