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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 1, 1929, Mason City, Iowa A UGUST 1 1929 MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE OFFICER KILLED IN RUM RAID Maryland Deputy Sheriff Shot by Gunfire of Moonshiners FREDERICK Md Aug 1 Deputy Sheriff Clyde Hauver was Fatally wounded in a volley of gun fire which met a group of deputies as they raided a still in che moun tains west of Thurmont last night Six suspects were arrested Hauver fell at the first volley fired His fellow officers returned the fire and the men in the vicinity of the still fled The raiding party i found a large still and 20 vats of 500 gallon capacity each FROM ALL IOWA BRIEFS FROM GROVE Aug i Altho not quite completed the new community swimming pool has been filled partially with water so tha children may use it during the hoi weather The pool has a gravel bot torn A bath house also is being built NOTED MEN IN UNUSUAL SCENE IOWA CITY 3 White formerly of the University ot Chicago and the University of Michigan will take a position as assistant professor in the Latin de partment of the University of Iowa See Murder Aspect in Centerville Death CENTERVILLE Aug 1 ficlals today were considering theory that murder prompted by robbery may have caused the death of Albert Rolando 35 Mystic bach elor who was found dead in a creeic near here Monday A post mortem revealed no water in his lungs and a small fortune he was supposed to have had on his person was missing AMES states and seven foreign countries are repre sented in the graduate college en rollment of Iowa State college dur ing the summer session Seven dtu dents are from China one from Hawaii one from Switzerland four from Canada two from Porto Rico and two from Mexico KNOXVILLE of cooperative creamery here will make 300000 pounds of butter an nually according to present plans Farmers have signed agreements to provide milk from 1500 cows MANCHESTER Six years ago Stanley and Gordon Hunt sold bouquets of flowers to neighbors for 5 cents a bunch Now they operate a 15 acre flower garden and ship seeds to all parts of North Aug 1 on Of tne Burlington naval M Damjjt are taking their annual Mrjuise on the U S S Paducali Se Michigan Before returning they will visit principal Aug 1 Dr Alexander B Kuthven who is slated to be elected president of the Unl fversity of Michigan in August is native of this town which bears his family name He is dean of the uniiersitys administration college Comlnp to Chautauquai N Y to pay tribute to the memory of Lewis Milter cofounder of the Chautaucma on the 100 nnniversary of his birth some wellknown men arc caught in noses Left to right Henry Ford holding Charles Malcolm Darrow while he speaks into the ear of Thomas A Edison who is Hard of hearing and who Is holding Bestor 4 and Nancy Miller 7 Standing arc Arthur E Bestor left president of the Chautauoua Institution and Adolph S Ochs publisher of the New York Times NINE Flying Cross Given to U S Endurance Flyers WASHINGTON Aug J distinguished flying cross was awarded today to Cajt Lowell H Smith of Santa Barbara CaL antll Lieut John P Richter of Virginia I army air corps officers as pioneers in establishing the practicabiity of refueling airplanes in flight The feat was performed in June 1923 when they refueled in the air for 37 hours and 15 minutes FOR 2 DAYS ONLY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY HAND PAINTED SHADE WITH IMPORTED GLASS BEAD FRINGE SHADE HAS FANCY BRAID TRIMMING IOWA CITY Aug I C Harshbarger formerly in the de partment of speech at Cornell urnj versity has accepted a position on the University of Iowa speech facI ulty and will begin work in Sey tember Experimental Corn Plots Planted by Iowa State Experts AMES Aug 1 State college scientists have planted sev eral experimental plots of corn from which they have no indentions of raising a successful crop To study the effect of hail on standing crops the research work ers are deliberately mutilating the corn plants Artificial hail damage is created by slitting the leaves cut tingoff the ends of the leaves anl stripping the plant Claim adjusters of hail insurance companies are following the experi ment says J C Eldredge associate professor of farm crops to deter mine actual figures on hail dam age CHicago Thief Takes Cripples Crutches CHICAGO Aug 1UP Police are seeking Chicagos meanest tiiiof Yesterday while Joe Barzinski a cripple was splashing around in Lake Michigan tho thief took not only his clothing and the money he had saved up to pay the rent but his crutches as well Keokuks Veteran Fire Chief Will Be Honored KEOKUK Aug 1 was scheduled to be marked with a white stone for John Anderson chief of the local fire department who will retire today after 54 years of active service The veteran fire fighter was to be honored today at a luncheon sponsored by the Keokuk Lions Rotary and Unity clubs to which have been invited all former ciiy officials and volunteer firemen ES well as the present force and cltv officials Chief Anderson will be presented with a gold medal by his old com panions in the service The feature of the luncheon will be an address by James C Davis Des Moines widely known attorney and former director general of rail roads ARNOLDS PARK Aug 1 The Spencer and Cherokee drum corps of the American Legion are planning a program of exhibition drills here early in August They will divide the receipts BURLINGTON Aug 1 County Attorney H M Ofelt has learned that the law plays no favor ites He was one of a half dozen persons ticketed for overtime park ing under a new city ordinance GETTING SKINNIER EVERY DAY Hollows in Cheeks Neck and Chest Growing Deeper Every Week Someone Ought to Tell Him Howj to Gain Pounds of Solid Flesh And Look Like u Keal Alan Tens of thou sunds of thin run down men yes and women are getting dis ing up all hope of ever being able to take on flesh and look healthy and strong All such people can stop Worry ing and start to smile and enjoy life right now for McCoys Tablets which any drug gist will tell you all about is put ting flesh on hosts of skinny folks ev ery day One woman tired weak and discouraged put on 15 pounds in live weeks and now feels fine McCoy takes all the risk Read this ironclad guar antee If after tak ing 4 sixty cent boxes of McCoys Tablets or 2 One Dollar boxes any thin underweight man or woman doesnt gain at least 5 pounds and feel completely satisfied with the marked improvement in health your I druggist is authorized to return the J purchase price I At a Price Every Home Can glpliUlNow 20 in VIBRIO INSERT wide Greatest IiAMP SILK PULL CORDIMift TfcSSEU VisS hat every radio would to one does Atwater Kent ScreenGrid Radio Set made its bow as the greatest advance in radio since the coming of honss current seta two yeara ago Knowing that an Atwater Kent statement can be taken at vaine thousands bought the new radio within a week of its appear ance Thousands morethen tens of thousands Today the Atwater Kent ScreenGrid is going into homes everywhere as the number of Atwater Kents that have been made and sold in seven years sweeps toward the three million mark So a reputation spreads So a proved radio with all the subtle fine ness of constructor that makes it do what every radio would like to do sweeps on to new conquests How easily and quickly you can have one in your home Why not call an Atwater Kent dealer this minute and say home like ifeba sator e n t croen 5iid Badio tro Dy Bexportagont rtto covered b000 miles In a trip around world says On ion a tour as this one dcountors every imag bable sort of climatic and geographic conditions from jungles to freei ng mountain passes How lor Euiate It is that Atwater Kent sadlo Is bailt for all climatic nnd atmospheric conditions and can bo Fdepended upon anywhere wer Offered faew From Such remote Slacos as the TUl and lands pmnonstiuo camus South pietloa T o m dine its KEVT MAVWACTURINO COMPAST lBahrckon Ave A AiKnUr Kent fret Tflila Pn 1Ccnt Ercniiifw KI5 Eastern Daylight WEAF Ml work of N B C Atwiter Kent M idWeek FTeninri 1001 CasUm DayliRht WJZ network of N B C Fritlt iliohllii kialttr tflti and in Canada Cka ing simplicity which harmonizes with a definite character to wiiittrvor room It blends well wllh furniture of r similar tone CABINET F1V RED MON RABIO Radio Factory Bigger Than 28 Football Fields Already the largest radio factory In the world the Atwater Kent plant has been doubled in size rt Is now doubly the largest because the public asked for the lodio that keeps on working It covers thirtytwo acres of floor space That makes 1C bigger than twentyeightfootballfields than three Yankee Stadiums than two Yale Bowls thaa seventeen Madison Sauaro Gar dens than fifteen Leviathans thau nine Capitols at Washington Thirtytwo acres of radloiHalf amils from end to end Walk Lmora than a milo and a half Go Into you see each AtwaterKent Screen Grid Set being constructed and testedwlth as much care as if kevery detail wore ths biggest g In the world ThB Atwater Kent Manu facturing Company after twenty years experience In maklniiclectrioal prn kcl5ion instruments began making radio 5013 in 1922 in a fac tory covering little more than an acre By 1925 Us Jncreasins tb u s i n e s s imadenec jessary a j An unusually aitmctivo h I h ivith sliding ioor if burled Wnlniit a Iwniitlful wnlniU fin iph of pleasing sionF CnliluiM hy KntTfri Cnliiurl Mfp Cn 12 IN VIDRIQ ONYX SHAFT 85c DOWN 50C A WEEK DESCRIPTION BASE The shade is all hand painted by gifted artists and is trimmed with fancy braid and imported glass bead fringe A gorgeous lighting effect The standard measures a full 65 inches high and is made up of etched brass tubing with a large 12 inch shaft of handsome Vidrio Onyx Mounted on a heavy metal base artistic in design A beautiful pair of silk pull cords with each lamp No Telephone or Mail Orders Accepted None Sold to Dealers 207 SIXTH STRUCT SOUTHWEST PHONH M2 MASON CITY
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