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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 22, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                SIX HOUSE NEGLECTS TO TAKE JICTKJN Minnetota in Dire Need of Building for Insane Says Swendsen ST PAULMay 22 of the Minnesota house to takje ac tiou on eitherof two proposals for a new state building tohouse crim inal Insane has produced area emergency C J Swendsen m member of the of control said in a statement Under one proposal bearing the recommendation of the state board i building to house criminal insane Trould have beeti erected within the walls of Stillwater prison The second proposal beforethe ture was that a new and adequate building be erected at the St peter hospital for the insane wherelhe criminal type are now noused Iri a separate Building which is now too small Peculiarly the stale senate parsed two bills incorporating both proposals on the last day of the session but the house did not act on either so both measures were lost Capacity of the building at St Peter has been set at 140 but the state now has 150 criminal insane housed there The board Isrequired lawto house insane per sons guilty of a felony at St Pe ter Mr Swendsen saidBecause it haa to take those committed by coiirta the board is unableto trans fer other inmates of insane institu tions to St Peter altho they have been fpunfl to have criminal ten dencies said Caught in Tractor Wheel SIOUX RAPIDS May 22 Harry Wlllard farmer is in a seri ous condition as the resultof being caught in the wheel of a tractor after leaving the machineto adjust a dhje beingpulled by the tractor He was found by a passing mail carrier PARKWAY WILL SOLVE TROUBLE OVER TRAFFIC Development of Super highway Will Relieve Congestion WASHINGTON May 22 Conditions responsible for concep tion of the superhighway are Jead ing to general use of parkways for rapid movement of light traffic thru congested areas While most of the parkway de velopmenthas been in metropolitan and suburban areas the bureau of public roads considers the inherent j possibilities of the parkway to be so i reat nag undertaken a de WASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTfl Would Eat Little Fish but Little One Objects OSAGE May St John of Riceville was in Osage Tues day and told a big but true fish story that happened in tho fish hatchery at Clear Lake A pickerel weighing about 15 pounds swal lowed another that was 18 Inches long and before he got it clear down it wriggled so the big fellow flopped clear out of the tank on to the floor and the keeper had to pick him up and put him back PRESBYTERY TO HOLD ASSEMBLY More Than Haa Been Spent Building Churches ST PAUL May 22 In 10 years the Presbyterians of the United States have spent more than i In erecting new churches according to figures reported this afternoon to a conference on Na tional Missions preliminary to the opening of the Presbyterian Gen eral Assembly here Thursday The statistics showed also that during the past five years the Na tionalBoards department of build fund campaigns had helped to raise more than in 440 campaigns for churches and presby teries Of this was sub scribed ha 135 campaigns during the year just ended Every branch of the National Boards work r MAY 22 1929 to architecturo and building showed corresponding advance Building activities have been con fined largely to city and suburban communities One marked featuro is the substantial effort to erect re ligious education buildings to care for the young people of the churches and so construct their buildings that they are amenable to the present day program of religious activity The enlargingfunctions of the church with its graded educational work Is requiring a new type of building The church of today must be something more than a single GARBAGE CANS As shown SCREEN ENAMEL Per quart BoomhowerStreeter SMITH Phone 142 the ace you need Big roomy panel body is the most attractive feature of the new Dodge Brothers Merchants Express light delivery truck for 1000pound loads Loading spatce is exceptionally large The florists plants and set pieces the suit and dress bags loads that run to bulk rather than carried easily See this delivery truck It is Dodge Brothers quality through speed economy fine appearance dependability And the price Chassis and body com plete for f o b Detroit Come in today See it Drive it J HL Marston Phone 162 116 So Delaware BROTH TRUCKS MOTCWS tailed study of the engineering iea I tures involved in the successof such j a project K W James chief design engin eer for the bureau who undertook i the study points out that a parlc 1 way in the Teal sense of the word is more than a fine boulevard or landscaped city street It is a high speed arterial high Way flanked by park landscaping and is not a part of the regular uity street network Its principal func tion is to provide an arterial high tyay combined with the aesthetic benefits of a park The successful parkway in James opinion must be free from I intersections at grade with other j traffic Jin es have at least a single 40 foot pavement or two 30 foot strips and should be accessible only thru infrequent approach roads and ramps His study of the Bronx and West chester parkways in New York the Roose vel t boule yard in Phi ad elphi a the Chicago outerdrive and park way and the metropolitan parkway system around Boston have been the basis for his conclusions When the highway is kept at the same grade with city streets he says it becomes in effectonly an other city street for local convertj ience and does not aid thru traffic to a marked degree JTames sees in the successful velopment of the parkway an opJ portunity to link congested cities i with highspeed highways that will nsiire safe rapid movement of traf cic without the danger of intersec ion accidents or congestion jS Lewis Gives Garner Senior Class Sermon May The class sermon for the graduating class was given by the Rev David J Lewis jn the Methodist church with the Rev C H Van 3fetre presiding The Rev Mr Lewis quoted the in scription on a famous hospital in France I dressed his wounds Gold healed him He continued We hear of uplift and environment and but it takes great spiritual forces working thru men to accomplish worth while i things The world is waiting for i honest men who dare to do Each of you graduates may have personal power It comes thru knowledge intelligence and convic tion Intelligence is a proper and wise use of knowledge Without con viction you cannot aid humanity The world is waiting for men of conviction to solve its problems and you each have the opportunity Lake Mills Pioneer Is Honored on Anniversary LAKE MILLS May L E j Sanvik was the guest of honor at a I surprise party held at his home on bis eightysixth birthday Mr San vik was one of the pioneer settlers of Silver Lake township east of here i and farmed in that community un til eight years ago when he moved to Lake Mills About GO people at tended the party A purse of money was presented to Mr Sanvik Lake Mills Merchants Plan for Bargain Day LAKE MILLS May The Lake Mills merchants are cooperat ing to make next Saturday a day of bargains in Lake Mills The Lake Mills concert band will play an hours concert on a stage to be erected on Main street The band make its first appearance in the new uniforms of white trousers blue coats trimmed with gold braici and officers1 caps I Humboldt League Has Last Meeting of Year Hay Members of the League of Women Voters held the closing session of the year Tuesday in the home of the presi dent Mrs Lorenzo W House Of ficers for next year include presi dent Mrs L W Housel vice presi dent Mrs Jennie Law financial secretary Mrs C J Nelson re cording secretary Mrs C M LiiI wjg treasurer Miss Julia Nelson Township Picnic Dates Set for Wright County CLARION May The follow ing schedule of township school In Wright county has beer definitely decided on by the trustees and County Supt L G Focht May and Boone townships May 24 Troy and Wall Lake May 27 Belmond Pleasant and Iowa May 28 Lake and Grant May 29 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