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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 15, 1929, Mason City, Iowa Hi FOUR MASUN CITY GLOBEGAZETTE SETTLES INJURY CASE FOR Thompson and Chambers Sign Stipulation Follow ing Jury Selection J M Thompson agreed to settle his claim against G N Chambers for 52250 according to a stipula tion filed by the parties following the selection ofa Jury in the matter before Judge M F Edwards in the district court Tuesday Mr Thompsons action against Mr Chambers had been total for alleged damages re sultingfrom personal Injuries suf fered last September when he was struck by an automobile on Soufh Federal avenue Mr Thompson was in the act of crossing the street when he was hit by the automobile and suffered a broken leg and other injuries according to the petition L R Boomhowor was attorney for Mr Thompson and John Shipley for Mr Chambers At 3 more Universities QldQpldsare voted the best Students at Virginia Johns Hopkins and Ohio State compare the four leading cigarettes with brand names concealed VIRGINIA CAVALIERS DECIDE The college paper at Virginia the 4 masked cigarettes to 171 students Dont guess the names they Just compare the taste O Gs led in first choices by ECONOMIC PROBE SEES CHEERFUL ERA FOR COUNTRY Continued Advance of High Living Standard Predicted WASHINGTON May 15 increasingly prosperous future for the United States provided that the j present economic balance between production and consumption of wealth can be maintained is pre dicted by the report published to day of President Hoovers commit tee on recent economic A maintenance of high wages In rhe light of what the report cited as insatiable commodity demand increasing application of scientific and manage rial skill and an elim ination of speculation the writers of the document concluded would as sure the continuous advance of liv ing standards for the majority of the nations population We seem only to have touched the fringe of our potentialities the report said tho it declared emphat ically that during the seven years including 192S with which year data ceased Americans had en joyed a material welfare splendid beyond all human experience Have Boundless Field The survey has proved conclu sively the report continued that wants are almost insatiable that one satisfied makes way for an other The conclusion isthat eco nomically we have a boundless field j before us that there are new wants which will make way endlessly for newer wants aa fast they are satisfied We have the power to produce and the capital to bring about the exchange between producing and consuming groups We have com munication to speed and spread the influence of ideas We have the sci ence and arts to help us We have a great national opportunity Besides the president signers of the report were Owen D Young Clarence M WooHey Daniel WJ ard Louis J Taber A W Shaw John J Raskob Lewis E Plerson Adolph C Miller George McFadden Max Mason John S Lawrence Julius Klein William Green R W Dunlap and Walter F Eiwn The committees studies began a year ago and were financed by the Rockefeller and Carnegie founda tions while the national bureau of economic research assisted in the survey The committee was seeking for the cause and cure of unem ployment and for possibilities diminishing the upanddown move mentof cycles of business activity and depression Kiwanians Attend District Meeting Nine members of the Mason City KSwanls club attended the meeting of division No 2 of the IowaNeb raska district of the organization at Fort Dodge Tuesday Those included Dr George M Crabb president Dr W L Dibble Dr W E Long Dr William H Spence Les ter Mllllgan H W Odle R C Patrick George Wolf and H M Kniidson The meeting was presided over by H C Wurster Waterloo lieu tenantgovernor of the IowaNeb raska district A round table dis cussion was held in the afternoon followed by a diruier attended by the Fort Dodge club members pnd the representatives of the six cluba comprising the division At the dinner E E Folsom Lin coln Neb governor of the district was the principal speaker FARMERS HURRY DELAYED WORK Tractors Working at Night Aiding in Catching Up Reed Says DES MOINESMay 15 tors working day and night and equipped with lights are aiding Iowa farmers In a frantic effort to catch up with the belated work Charles D Rebd government crop forecaster here said today About 22 per cent of the corn planting was completed in theState before rains between the ninth and eleventh stopped such work he said Hamilton and Plymouth county had 65 per cent of the planting finished some counties had none Very little planting could be re sumed up to Tuesday morning when is being written and further rains Monday night will cause fur ther delay l 48 Per Cent Planted On this date in the past 10 years about 48 per cent of the corn has been planted so planting Is about 26 per cent below normal or about eight days behind Each one sixth of an inch of rain delays plant ing about one day the weekly re port said Small grains and grasses havs made slow growth due to the per small grain is yellow in many wet siatent coolness and cloudiness and fields There are large patches i many fields that could not be seeded and will produce only weeds Winter wheat is showing heads in Iowa county Gardens and potatoes are slow Potatoes in the ground a month are notiup Tree fruits show evidence of CHIEF SHIRE TO LECTURE AT AMES Four Firemen and Chief to Attend Short Course at Ames May 21 Speaking oa the subject When and How to Ventilate Fires Fire Chief Can Shire of this city will deliver a lecture at the morning session May 23 of the Fifth Iowa Firemens short course which will be held at Ames May 2124 To aid Chief Shire in explaining the theory of ventilation a model house of metal h been constructed in which fires will be built It is ex pected that there will be more than 300 firemen from the state in at tendance Representatives of the local fire department who will attend the sessions with Chief Shire are Au gust May fireman first class Boyd Arnold Lester Butcher and Tom Keenanfiremen second class Prac tical work and training are a feature of the course as well as theory ac cording to the chief Among the principal speakers of he course are listed Chief Frank C McAulJffe Chicago fire patrols Chief H J Callahan Fort Dodge ire department Capt Rudolph Tersch fire department instructor f the Iowa Insurance Service bu eau Commodore W E Longfellow Hrector of the American Red Cross 3hief Engineer Harry J Corcoran owa Insurance Service bureau J E Uorin superintendent of fire pre vention Industrial commission of VisconsinDr O R Sweeney f the chemical engineering depart ment Iowa state college John Strohm state fire marshal Chief L R Morris Ames fire department and Chief Ray Tiller Waterloo fire lepartment It is the conentlou of Chief Shire hat a glance over the fire records f both volunteer and paid firemen vho have attended the short courses u the past will show a marked de rease in their fire loss as well as m rease in efficiency Personality according to Mental Dividends is the vague something hat enables you to carry seven packages for the wife without musing Conr er poor pollination Discussingweather of The outstanding fact which Is illuminated by this survey is that we cannot maintain our economic advantage the document contin ued or fully hope to recognize our economic future unless we cori the last Fleld Work Pushed Field work was pushed vigorousr ly In some cases tractors worked day and night equipped with lights in a frantic effort to catch up with the belated work About half of the IT WAS ALLCOMERS DAY AT OHIO STATEt And 231 students frtxn class and fraternity were given he test by the college paper At the close of the day O Gs led every other brand by more than HOPKINS MEN ARC KEEN JUDGES 1tl Johns Hopkins men made jthe test under the direction of their college paper Add won again71 ahead of their aeareat rival The 4 leading cigarettes with bribed names hidden ON YOUR RADIO OLD WH1TEMAN HOUR The Xing of Jazz with his complete orchestra broad casts the OLD COLD hour every Tuesday 9 to 10 P M Eastern Daylight Saving Time over entire Columbia ooalttoooast network sciously accept the principle of equlj spring plowing turnedjrp glazed and llbrium and apply it skillfully in every economic relation Herein HES the danger that thru Ignorance of economic principles or thru selfish freed or inadequate leadership the steady balance will be disturbed to our economic detriment If natural resources are wastefully used if money in quantity is taken out of production and employed for specu lation if any group develops a method of artificial price advance ment which puts one commodity oul of balance with others if either management or labor disregards the common this extent equilibrium will be destroyed for all Our complex and intricate economic machine can produce but to avorable for baking into tough lodsJFall plowing works up better Moderate rains in the extreme western and southeastern counties will help dissolve the clods but ex cessive rains Friday night over half he area of the state mostly in the central and northcentral counties vill add greatly to the difficulties and delay in corn planting and prep aratlons therefor ITCHING I in any form is us at once by a touch Resinol in any form is usually relieved at once by a touch at soothing AND French I theres food f or mortal man and fit to make the spirit world long to come back again Thick luscious and tender Steak TBohe Sirloin Porterhouse cut just right thick and nicely perfectly to emphasize the flavor of the meat There THERE you have a dish Accompany this with the glistening segments of Potato cuts French Fried to golden crusted mealy and all served sizzling hot fresh from the griddle There you have the dish that brings so many peoplehere to dine Evening Dinner In place of family dinner good of course as home meals always to entertain your evening it is pleasant oftto come here for an Eve ning Dinner 50c to Soda Grill A Delightful Place to Dine 16 South Federal Mason City 1 Theres a Real Appeal in Every Meal you see scenes it producing continuously it must ti maintained in balance It woulc seem that we can go on with In creasing activity But we can d this only if we develop a technlqu of balance Advancing1 use of automatic ma chlnery it was agreed cause technological unemployment as displaced workers were forced to find jobs elsewhere than In their original industry But the increas ing output of goods and increasing demand for sales and services In connection with their use the In creasing of leisure and consumptive wants developed In leisure were said to have furnisheda field for filling the employment gaps Itching Ends When Zemo Touches Skin Its wonderful the way soothing cooling Zemo brings relief to itching skin sunburn wlndjjurn and clears up bites pimples apd rash Even in severe cases Itching disappears al most as soon as Zemo touches the skin To draw out local infection arid clear away unsightly Blemishes theres nothing better than invisible Zemo Always keep this family an tiseptic on hand Use it freely Its safe as can be 35c 60c and Four Lectures on Program of Next Session of Scout Leaders Training Course The ninth and tenth sessions of the scout leaders training course being conducted by the North Iowa council will be held Thursday night In the high school gymnasium The ninth and tenth sessions are being combined in order that the school may closeon May 31st inas much as a large number of school superintendents and teachers are en rolled and will leave the first part of June Four lectures will be given Thurs day evening The Rev William Gnl breth of Plymouth will give a 30 mfnuts lecture on Scouting Merit Badge Experiments and Vocational Exploration Ralph Stanbery chair man of the Boy Scout board of re view will give a 30mlnute lecture on Scout Advancement and Spe cialization Troop Administration will be covered by Field Scout Ex ecutive L Osam The Rev A C Stowe pastor of the Church of Christ Mason City will give a 30 minute lecture on The Relation of the Troop to theParent Institu tion NOT A CARLOAD Now they say Mr Dawes really doesnt cuss much so it wont sur prise us to hoar that his pipe stem doesnt really draw the hot ambers from the State Journal ENTERPRISE SCREEN PAINT If painted regularly screens should last foi years and especially if painted with ENTER PRISE SCREEN PAINT Cheap and economical to use Screen Repairing We call for and deliver the screen free Expert manship Quality ma terials used BOOMHOWER STREETER SMITH HARDWARE Phone M2 113 No Federal ANEW under construction half z dozen cars in front of it Or a factory working to ca pacity with a hundred or five hundred cars around it Who own these cars American workers Iiow have they been purchased Many of them as used cars through the convenient GMAC Plan The world goes forward in proportion as its workers can make effective use of their time The used car has made it possible for millions of men and women to increase their incomes and improve their living by applying their time more effectively 3 out of 5 buy used cars Of the ears you see on the road today three out of five hare teen pur chased by theiruwners as cars Many of them are lerving as for families which need two or more to meet the requirements of al their members Many others are affording satisfac tory transportation to families who otherwise would be denied auto mobile ownership Tbe cars which General Motors dealers are taking in trade offer real opportunities in unused transportation at low cose They present a widechoice of body types and styles and lot convenience in pur chase General Motors extends the GMAC Payment Plan GENERAL MOTORS A car for every purse and fiurfiost CHEVROLET 1ONTIAC OLDSMOB1LE OAKLAND VIKING BUICK JLASALlE CADILLAC AIIwilk Body h Fisher GENERAL MOTORS TRUCKS YELLOW CABS and COACHES Automatic Refrigerator DELCOLIGHT Electric Power and Light Plants lj WATER SYSTRMS GMAC Plan of Credit TfJNE Molori Family Radio Party Every Monday evening Eastern Standard Time WEAR and 37othcr stationr associated with N B C
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