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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 2

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THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1939 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE i: is t| 1 HINT REPRISALS AGAINST POLAND Nazi Circles Indicate Next Possible Steps Hitler May Consider BERLIN. (U.R--Official nazi circles charged Thursday that Poland had joined the anti-German front and hinted at reprisals against both the Warsaw and London governments. "The^dice have fallen," one official spokesman said in regard to the new Polish-British defense treaty. "Poland should not forget that the Polish-German anti-war treaty rests on mutual co-operation." With Adolf Hitler understood to have received a personal message from Italian Premier Benito Mussolini regarding plans to counteract encirclement of Rome- Berlin partnership, official circles indicated that the nazis next moves might involve: 1. Denunciation of the British- German naval pact limiting the reich to 3o per cent of British naval power. 2. Denunciation of the Polish- German non-aggression treaty which runs until 1944. 3. Formal adherence of nationalist Spain to the totalitarian anticommunist alliance. Joe Brown Airs Thursday Night Air Ya Listenin? H. H. TELLIN" YA: Joe Brown and the same old gang Ijop into living rooms where the radio is tuned to KGLO Thursday evening from 6:30 to 7 o'clock. Despite the change from Saturday to Thursday, the format of the show remains the same. Bullhammer, head of the talent bureau, is trying to make a movie expert out of Joe, who introduces efficiency methods by combining casting, directing, coaching and screen tests--all while the boss is away. With Brown on the show as usual will be Paula Winslow, Gill and Demling, Gale Gordon, Margaret MeCrae, Don Wilson and Harry Sosmk's orchestra. * * v- Barner Farm Couple on Forum GOEBBELS VISITS EGYPT CAIRO, Egypt, (/P--The German propaganda minister. Paul Joseph Goebbels, arrived Thursday by air from Rhodes, Italian island off the coast of Turkey, for a 24 hour visit in Egypt. : or Every Day in the Year . . . Use THE NEW Similar Cleaners Sell at S25 to $30 More. Buy Yours Now Use Our Convenient PAYMENT PLAN ^.MrrlE Van Mess £i7 20-22 East State Street COLUMBIA BROADCASTING. SYSTEM NETWORK 1210 KILOCYCLES Mr. and Sirs. Clint Daniels of Garner will appear on the Thursday nieht farm spot of the North Iowa Forum, heard over KGLO from 7:05 to 7:15, to tell how rural folks amuse themselves. Mr. and Sirs. Daniels both have musical talent ajid do some entertaining for their neighbors. They will explain why there is never a dull moment on the farm. (Lock Photos) * * « « WPA Symphony The Commonwealth symphony, a group o£ musicians under the WPA artists bureau, will give a concert over KGLO Thursday from 8:45 to 9 p. m. t * · Full Legion Hour Hawkeye Boys" State, summer encampment project inaugurated by the American Legion, will be discussed on the Legion hour over KGLO Thursday from 7:30 to 8 p. m. by O. J. Wardwell of Northwood, fourth district Boys State chairman. Inasmuch as sponsoring organizations are beginning to think about lads who will be eligible for enrollment in the camp, the talk on this subject is especially t timely, according to H. H Boyce, radio chairman, for the local post. Music on the program will be furnished by talent from North wood. The safety lesson on ''Pedestrians" will be given by John Hrubetz. member of liv Mason City police force. Thursday P. M. 5:15 Singin' Sam, Coco-Cola 5:30 Uncle Nick's Junior Music Hall G:00 News of the Nation, P. G. and E. 6:05 Sons of the Pioneers 6:15 Jim Woods' Sports Camera 6:30 Joe E. Brown, Post Toasties, CBS 7:00 News of the World, United Home Bank V:0a North Iowa Forum, Mr. and Mrs. Clint Daniels, Garner 7:15 The Town Crier · 7:30 American Legion Program 8:00 News - ' 8:15 Music for Men, U. E. I. 8:30 The Town Crier 8:45 Commonwealth Symphony, WPA Artists 9:00 Little Theater on the Air 9:30 Old Refrains 9:45 American Viewpoints, CBS 10:00 Evening News Roundup 10:15 Henry Basse's Orchestra CBS 10:30 Charles Bauin's Orchestra CBS 11:00 Wayne King's Orchestra, CBS 11:30 Matty Malnck's Orchestra, CBS 12:00 Sign Off Friday A. M, 6:00 Alarm Clock Hour 6:45 Morning News Roundup 7:00 Time and Tunes, Hamilton Seed Company 7:15 Chapel of the Air. Burroughs A. Waltrip 7:30 Home Folks Frolic, Iowa Master Breeders Artisan Skirmish Features Gatehouse Annex Debate Knudson Charges Demos COME IN AND SEE THE UNIVERSAL FINISH FOR All ENAMELING UNHARMED BY DRAMATIC ABUSE TESTS See PLAX remt items, acid, hear, and boiling woter. Sea PLAX, the new end different, rich, colarfvt finish of 1,OOO uset. See the porctloin'Iiktt beauty oF PLAX. Coiy to apply with o bruin. 5e* thtsamaiing PLAXdemonl (ration ---and profit by our Spiciol Money-Savins Introdi/ctoryOfferl 7:45 Musical Clock, Merkel's 8:00 Richard Maxwell, CBS 8:15 Today in Osage, Osage Merchants 8:45 Musical Clock, Nash Coffee Company 9:00 Pretty Kitty Kelly. Wonder Bread. CBS 9:15 Clear Lake on the Air, Clear Lake Merchants 9:30 Organ Reveries, Innes 9:45 Charles City on the Air, Charles City Merchants 10:00 Melody Time. Mier Wolf and Sons 10:15 Parade of Bands Trying to Put Cost on G. 0. P. Officers DES MOINES, (U.R--The Iowa )use defeated the proposal to onstruct a $1,300,000 statehouse nnex, after a partisan skirmish atured debate on the measure. Representative H e r m a n M. nudson, R., Mason City, charged lat democratic legislators were ying to'erect the building under ie republican administration, so ,e latter party would be respon- ble for"the added expense. "I'm afraid that instead of prov- g a monument to this- legisla- ure, it will prove a tombstone to ur stupidity," Knudson said; \ Alesch Shouts Objection ·'··· "They had six years to build lis building, but didn't because knew what the reaction of ie voters would be." Representative Gustave Alesch. ., Marcus, leaped to the floor in igorous opposition. "You were very liberal in^your ccusation and in using my name," e said. "I ask you whether you eliberately lied or if you are a amn fool." Knudson had added that a ority o£ legislators, who spoke for measure were democrats, in- luding Alesch, and Representa- ives Philip J. Kohlhaas, Algona, nd W. A. Yager, Spirit Lake. Denies Party Measure "This is not a party measure to me," Alesch added. "I was for it vhen the democrats were in con- rol but I was outvoted on every sccasion. "He can't accuse me of trying o wreck the republican party." After Alesch had cried that Cnudson had lied and was a fool, Cnudson started to shout back, hen said quietly: "I wonder if you're enough of gentleman to withdraw that remark." '·I'll withdraw mine if he withdraws his," Alesch . retorted. Taunts Mason Ciiyan Alesch then taunted the Mason City legislator for being a backer of the resolution four years ago to let house members buy their legislative chairs at a bargain price of S10. "I won't say that you tried to wreck the democrats or tried to help them," Alesch continued,' "but you did try in a resolution to steal the furniture." Knudson came 'back with the saying that "the dogsthat gets hit will holler." -* -.._ " . Denies Playiiig-Politics Alesch said he would' not tolerate being accused of playing politics with the building bill; He said he had written to Governor Wilson, pledging his support tpr constructive republican lion. . i ·"I'm convinced that in the' last election I got as many republican votes as democratic votes because the democratic leaders tried to purge me," Alesch continued. "You referred to the leaders," interrupted Representative Leo H o e g h (Republican. L u c a s ) . - "Wasn't it Governor Kraschel and Dr. Helfenstein Will Give Illustrated Talk at Thursday Service The First Congregational church will hold a special Holy Thursday service Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock. The choir, under the direction of Miss Ellen Smith, will provide music for the service. 'Dr. Roy Helfenstein will give an illustrated-talk on "Golgotha and the Garden of the Resurrection," showing how these historic places and other landmarks of the Bible land associated with the last days of Jesus' earthly life, look today. More than 20 young people will assist in the services. , The Pastor's class at 15 boys arid girls will be received into the fellowship of the church in an impressive ceremony arranged by the pastor. Holy Communion will follow' the pastor's message on "Tile Seven Last Words From the Cross." The pastor announced at the Sabbath service that the Holy Thursday evening service was one of the most important in the calendar of the church, and that every, member should make special effort to be present. The anthem for this Holy ·Thursday service will be "Go to Dark Gethsemane" by Noble, arid a solo--"Sheep and Lambs" by Noble--will be sung by Mrs. Raymond .B. Weston. Latest in Power Trucks These 19 ton power trucks, enroute from the factory at Milwaukee, Wis., lo Los Angeles, Cal., where they will be used by the Guy F. Atkinson Construction company, San Francisco, Cal., now constructing the Hanson dam in California, stopped In Mason City Wednesday afternoon. Each truck, when equipped with body, will have a capacity for 35 tons, about 22 yards of concrete. The trucks are worked continuously by three shifts and haul about 30 to 35 loads a shift over a 2'/i mile course. Equipped with Cumminzs-Diesel engines, 150 horsepower, i wheel drive, 12 speeds forward and 3 in reverse, these Sterling trucks arc the latest In power trucks. Loaded they will weigh approximately 50 tons. They cost $15,000 each. The trucks stopped at the Joe Cook service station Wednesday (o be fueled with Diesel fueL They are to be delivered in Los Angeles Sunday night. (Lock photo, Kayenay engraving.) his henchmen who tried to purge correction," ·Fight" youV ' I "Thanks for the said Alesch. Resumes Word, Then, resuming his word fight with Knudson, Alesch continued: "I'm not apologizing to anyone. I didn't start this but I want to finish it." Alesch said he was "willing to meet Mr. Knudson anywhere although I'm an older man than he PONIES BLAMED BY EX-CASHIER Kriebs on Way to U. S. Penitentiary at Leavenworth DES MOINES, (ff--"The ponies are to blame." That was the statement of Harold J. Kriebs, 37, as he arrived here early Thursday enroute to Leavenworth penitentiary to begin serving a 10 year sentence for embezzling more than S80.00Q from a DeWitt bank where he formerly was cashier. Kriebs will .remain here about 10 days, Polk county officers said, before he is taken to Leavenworth. He was sentenced Wednesday at Davenport after he pleaded guilty to 10 counts of a federal grand jury indictment accusing him -of embezzlement. and false entry" in 'connection - w i t h the shortage of bank funds. "On his arrival here. Kriebs said his embezzlement began with the thefts of small sums of money to bet on horse races after he won S52 on a S2 ticket at Hot Springs, Ark., several years ago. He added, however, that later bets were not so profitable. He declines to discuss his case other than to tell jail attendants he expected a five year sentence, but did not think 10 years more than he deserved. T. B. Prevention Clinic Held; 43 of Hancock Take Exams GARNER--Forty-three persons from all parts of Hancock county were given X-ray examinations in a tuberculosis prevention clinic staged at the C. D. of A. hall here Tuesday under auspices of" the state department of health, the Iowa and Hancock County Tuberculosis associations and the Hancock County Medical society. Dr. Charles McCarthy of the state health department was assisted in conducting the clinic by Miss Seaman, supervisor of nurses, and Miss Edith May, registered nurse who recently completed a case finding survey in the county. Giant Casts Vote PINT PlAX . . . » .85 PEPPEREL ClOTH APRON . $ .50 REGULAR VALUE $1,35 SPECIAL, BOTH $.89 * A NEW PRODUCT BY Van NESS 20-22 East: Stote Street Phone 17 10:30 Morning Concert, Vance Music Company 10:45 Church in the Wildwood, Marshall and Swift 11:00 Home Town News, Iowa Shoe Brokerage 11:15 Mystery Melody Game 11:30 Markets 11:45 Mid-day Review 12:00 Earl Hunt's Orchestra 12:30 Front Page News by Pat P a t t e r s o n , International Harvester Company 12:45 Hank Hook on the Strcel, Pritchard Motor Company 1:00 John Fosarty, ihc Irish Minstrel. CBS 1:15 The Town Crier 1:30 Symphonic Chorus of Ohio State University, CBS 2:00 U. S. Marine Band, CBS 2:30 Keyboard Concert, CBS 3:00 Today's Devotion, the Rev. R. C. Helfenstein 3:15 Matinee Promenade, CBS 3:45 To Be Annnounced, CBS 4:00 Ruth Carhart, Songs, CBS 4:15 Men Behind the Stars, CBS 4:30 Christian Science Program 4:45 Mail Bag Hour 5:15 Singin' Sam, Coca-Cola 5:30 Lone Ranger, Pfaff Baking Company 6:00 News of the Nation. P. 1 G. 1 and E. i fi:((5 Sons of the Pioneers ; 6:15 Jim Woods' Sports Camera 6:30 Wonder Show With Jack Haley, Wonder Bread. CBS 7:00 News of the World, United Home Bank 7:05 North Iowa Forum 7:15 The Town Crier 7:30 Betty Senneft 7:45 String Quartet 8:00 News 8:15 Music for Men. U. E. I. 8:30 The Town Crier 8:45 Music by Cugat 9:00 Old Refrains 9:15 On "With the Dance 9:30 "Believe U or Not" Robert Ripley, Royal Crown Cola, CBS 10:00 Evening News Roundup 10:15 Ozzic Nelson's Orchestra, CBS 10:30 All Angels Church Choir. CBS 11:00 Wayne King' CBS is." but added happen.'' "that shouldn't XBC BLUR NETWORK 600 KILOCYCLES TUL'ltSJDAV EVEMXG 5:00 Don \VinsIovv- of Hie Navy 5:30 Modern Melodies 5:43 Weather-News G:00 Easy Aces 6:15 Tracer of Loot Persons 6:30 Don'l You Believe H 6:-iJ Scrccntand Parade 7:00 The Green Hornet, Drama 7:30 Bohemian Frolic 11:00 Waltz Time 8:15 Whispering Voice Choir 8:30 America's Town Meeting y;30 Minstrel Show 10:00 NCA-S · 0:30 National Ernergcncv Council 10:45 Glen Miller's Orchestra Jl:OD Jack Tenpardcn's Orchestra 11:30 Bob Crosby's Orchestra County Club Agent Speaks at Dougherty 4-H Club's Meeting DOUGHERTY -- The second monthly meeting of the Dougherty 4-H met at the home of Jake ·Roltinghaus on Monday evening. A discussion was given by the county club agent, Paul Henderson, on the value of the feed contained in minerals. The next meeting will be held on May 1 at Jim Rooney's. At this meeting it was planned Ao have a local veterinary attend to discuss diseases in livestock. Refreshments were served at the close of the meeting. NOW ON THURSDAYS! KGLO-6-.30PM EVERY THURSDAY NIGHT FREE! 9-PIECE OUTFIT GIVEN ABSOLUTELY FREE Robert Wadlow, Alton, I1L, giant who stands 8 feet 8',4 inches, Is shown as he cast his first vote in the Alton city election. The booth was too small so he marked his ballot on the wall. In the booth at the left is his father, Harold F. IVadiow, a man of normal stature. Kobert was 21 years old in February. W H O · NBC RED NETWORK 1000 KILOCYCLES THURSDAY EVENING 5:00 Captain Midnight 5:13 Dick Tracy 3:30 Jack Armstrong 5:-5j LitHc Orplian A n n i e 6:00 Pete's Mountaineers 6:13 Vocal Varieties 0:3fl News 7:00 Rudy Vallco 3:00 Good News of 1533 3;fKi Bine Crosby I f ) : D O Tho L i v i n s God 1 0 : l o Xc-.vs lO:Sr Xatioiittl Radio R c \ u » l I0:4,» Dance Music H. D. Club Meets in Caspersen Residence ROCKWELL -- Twelve persons were present at the meeting o£ the H. D. club held at the home of Mrs. Paul Casperson. Roll call was answered by "How I start housecleaning'' and the lesson was "Making the Most of Heredity." given by Mrs. Ben and Leon Hitzhusen. An afternoon guest was Mrs. William Ficken. Luncheon was served. The next meeting will be at the home o£ Mrs. Jake Rottinghaus. NEW STRENGTH AND VIGOR FIND HAPPY MAN --THANKS NATEX "Natex Soon Had !\ly iMiser- a b 1 e, Wornoul Condition Waving White Flag," Exclaims Happy L. St. Resident. WITH ANY SUIT Little Theater on Air A play geared to the Easter season will be heard over KGLO Thursday from 9 to 9:30 p. m. when the Little Theater on the Air presents "The Least of Those." Bill Pickering takes the leading role, ns the young boy. Others in the cast are Miss Adelaide Stinehart, Mrs. W. L. Bennett, Boyd Bremner. Raymond Leese. Haakon Rivcdal and An- rtre\r Fi-plund. Miss O!ga Mow. is director. Nazis Arrest 30 jews for Takin Valuables i BERLIN. W.i--Customs offi- Oichestra. · ceis have arrested 30 Jews who I authorities said attempted to 11:30 Leightun Noble's Orchestra, i smuggle out of Germany gold, sil- CBS : ver, jewelry and currency valued 1Z:00 Sign Off j at more than $40,000. . . ' . ---1^-, : ---; ; ' ' ' : ' AUNT HET Bv Robert Quillen "Maybe I wasn't a smart parent, but I didn't spoil life for my younguns by givin' 'em everything before they even liad the fun of wishin' for it." "When you take Natex and win the wonderful relief that I did. you'll understand why I'm so enthusiastic about this amazing medicine/' declares Mr. Josef Kovacik, 1601 L St., S. W., Cedar Rapids. '·For the past year or more I'd been constipated and feeling just half-sick and miserable constantly. My digestion failed me. too. and my meals, no matter how carefully 1 selected the food or how little I ate, laid like a lump of lead in my stomach, finally distressing me with indigestion, gas. shortness of breath, heartburn and heart fluttering. Having always enjoyed good physical condition previously, I knew I had to do something about the way I felt, but finding the right medicine was another proposition entirely. "Finally, however, my wife got me some Natex and I soon realized that here was the medicine I'd been needing right along. "It brought me almost immediately the finest, smoothest, most thorough bowel movement I'd had in years, and this was merely the beginning of my benefits. Natex toned up my stomach so wonderfully that almost before I could realize it, I was eating like a hungry schoolboy and enjoying every mouthful, without a moment's worry afterwards. Yes. sir: and now I have the greatest feeling of new strength and energy that u's possible to have. So you see it didn't take Natex long to have my miserable, wornout condition waving the white flag of Mr. Josef Kovacik surrender. Since Natex has done so much for both my wife and myself, we're both recommending it whenever and wherever possible." Natex is sold and recommended by most all loading druggists everywhere and is being especially featured in Mason City by the Engler Drug Co., 5 South Federal Ave. SPECIAL OUT-OF-TOWN DEALERS Free Drug Store, Garner; Nerby Drug Store, Lake Mills; Pinckney Drug Store, Forest City; Marschall Drug Store, Hampton; Corner Drug Store, Clear Lake; Bass Pharmacy. Clear Lake; Veenker Drug Store, Northwood; Bokmeyer Drug Store. Sheffield. 5100 REWARD SUV^U! Inc th*t ir* erir knowlnfflj or willinrly wifd * tefttlmonlil that w*j sot Vonaldt and ln» in ntsry raped. This 9-Piece Outfit Consists of: DRESS · SHIRT · TIE · BELT · SOX · GARTERS · SHIRT AND · SHORTS · NECKTIE CLIP · POCKET HANDKERCHIEF EVERY SUIT GUARANTEED THE FAIR M. H. Z E B K E R , Prop. Walgreen BIdg.

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