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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 9, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                S3 ia J fci Mason on This Page FRIDAY AUGUSTA 1929 EVENTS Sept Iowa fair in Masoa City Sept 2 3 Iowa Ken nel club show in connection with North Iowa fair Sept opening of retail merchants City News in Brief For coal pTutwt Kchm at 686 Salesladies Wanted for exclusive ladies shop State telephone Write J7 GlobeGazette Thirty North dear take lots will be sold Sunday See advertisement See advertisement of Boyd lot sale at Clear Lake Sunday D D Barnes Chicago Isvisiting at the home of his sister Mrs John J Meyer 119 Thirteenth street northeast Dance at Baysldo Amusement Park tonight Park plan lOe a dance the evening Runs snags mended at HOB lory Repair Shop Rm 9 over Newberrys Members of the Salvation Army who had planned to conduct a street meeting at Sheffield Friday night will appear there Wednesday night instead See advertisement of Boyd lot sale at Clsar Lake Sunday W H Hathorn and his lather H W Hathorn went to Marshalltown Friday where the elder Mr Hathorn was to consult a medical speclalifs Sterling store bake sale Saturday American Legion Auxiliary E P Tracy Central Heights stamp clerk began a short vacation Friday See advertisement of Boyd lot sale at Clear Lake Sunday Col and Mrs Hanford MacNider returned Friday morning from a trip in the east where Col Mac Nlder was called on business Dance at Bayslde Amusement Park tonight Park plan lOc a dance the evening In the current issue of the Lions club magazine is an article by Hill Lakin former Clear Lake editor of the GlobeGazette Mr Lakln Is now editor of the Blue Island ill SunStandard and his article had to do with a large Independence day celebration sponsoredby the Lions that Illinois sctty Thlity North ClearUike lots will be sold Sunday See advertisement Attractive showing of new full millinery From to Mason City Fur S Klvedal has obtained a permit to build a residence and garage at 325 Tenth street northwest The residence will cost and the garage accordingto the per mit Thirty North Clear Lake lota will be sold Sunday See advertisement The regular monthly meeting of the North Iowa Kennel clubwill be held Monday evening Aug 12 Chamber of Commerce rooms at oclock This will be the last meet ing before the dog show The birth of Kaymond Oscai Overbeck son of Mr and Mrs Os car Otto Overbeck 325 Twenty ninth street southwest was the only one recorded Thursday atthe court house The boy was born on Aug 6 lAdies and hair cutting Marcelle Shop 602 M B A North Iowas FREIGHT RATES MASON CITY MAY BAl POINTS IT HAS WORKED FOR Adopt DANIELS GETS LICENSE 10000 For S A L E Pine six room house lo cated on So Jefferson ave nue All modern including good furnace and full basement Price Terms Call DALY EPIGRAMS It is something to be good and it Is well to be good for something Cash Loans Up to Easy HePayment Plan No Red Tape Confidential UNITED FINANCIAL SERVICE FMHUMPHREYMGR PHOKE 1414 GROUND FLOOR MDA ion Would Give Lower Rate From East Says Drummond MasonCity will gain points for which ithas fought for years and freight rate situation in relation to its competitors better than it has everhad if the proposed report of in what is known as the Western rate case is adopted In whole or even in a large partThisia the conclusion of the transportation department of the Chamber of Commerce after ah ex amination of this report which has Justbeen received Despitethe fact thatthe report recommends a raise in the general level of rates Commissioner B J Drummondcallsattention to the fact thatit givesMason City lower rates from the east than the Twin Citiesandnumerous other advan tages to which It is entitled by rea son of itsgeographical position For the purpose of applying the increased rates it is proposed to zone western trunk line territory into three geographical divisions with fixed boundaries Zone 1 In which MasonCity is located em braces the northern peninsula of Michigan all of Wisconsin except that of a line extend ing westward from Milwaukee to Dpdgeyllle thence southto the Illi noisWisconsin state line thence west to the Mississippi river all of Minnesota east of a line extending along the Northern Pacific Great Northern and C St P M o rail roads from Duluth to Sioux Falls S Dak air of Iowa and all of Mis souri on and north of the line of the Chicago Rock Island and Pacific railroad StLouis to Kansas City Zones 2 and 3 include western Minnesota North and South Dakota Nebraska the northern half of Kan jjaa and Colorado and south eastern Wyomingin which rates higher than 1 are proposed Acompromise scale of rates is pro Top application between three zones i Basis The application of these zone scale rates are to be on a mileage basis with fivemile breaks up to 100 miles 10 100 to 240 miles 20 mile breaks from 24U mUes 25mile breaks from 800 to 1500 milea and 50 mile breaks thereafter In computing distances between two given points itIs recommended that the short est possible route over which load traffic caa be interchanged tor EVERYTHING SET FOR BOYSFREE DIP INT POOL Hours Will Be 911 a m p m and 78 p m Everything is set tor the free swim thatU to be open all day Sat urday to every boy in Mason City regardlessof whether he is a mem ber of the Y M C A or not ac cordingto local Y secretaries The attendance mark at the free dip is expected to vary in direct proportion to the height the mer cury attains during the day All sessions are to be under di rect supervision of Ivan A Barnes physical director who will see that adequate safety precautions are car ried out Thruout the day nonmembers of the will have access to the hoys lobby and game rooms Boys who wish to take advantage of the T t Kirk Toe Daniels is Gordo county auto license 10000 from L L the county treasurers office Since Mr Daniels SO others havetaken out licenses 500 more win before the end of the year If Mr Raymondsprediction comes true At this time a year ago only 0450 licenses had been issued and the present mark was not reached until four later in the season Besides the 10050 regular licensesCerro3brclo county has issued 1025 truck licenses for 1920 NAME ATTORNEY IN BO AT CRASH Council Bluffs Prosecutor to Take Charge at BuyInterestin Clarlori Firm CLARION Aug JessSpItler in the ownership of the Ciarion SuperService station also the Sinclair bulk oil station at Eagle Grove hasbeenrpurchased by the twopartnersT J Innis and Jnnis wlll manage the local service statiou while Mr the SPIRIT LAKE without transfer of lading shall ba used For example The shortest route between Mason City and Chi cago is 327 miles using the C M St P P to New Hampton thence the C G Wrailroad Present rates arc computed over theshortest single line routes thatdistance is not always a controlling factor It is recommended that no finding be with respect to intra state rates in view of the fact that the several state commissions ara cooperating with the interstate commission arid it Is presumedr the state commissions will eventually workouta system of rates within each state that will be In harmony with the Interstate basis as finally adopted by the interstate commis sion for application to interstate traffic Class Kates Included Included in the proposed report are the class rates between points In western territory zones and points in eastern territory includ IngUHnols and southeastern Wis consln and southeastern territory The proposed readjustment of these so called overhead class rates con templates the use of a basic master scale distance plus the additionof mileage differentials for UJat portion of the total distance Hess of Council Bluffs was ap pointed today prosecu tor to investigate the collision of two speed boats on Lake Okobojl two weeks ago with a loss of nine live He will arrivehere todayto start aninquiry which will deter mine whether a special grand jury will be called Hess veteran Fottawattamle county attorney was employed by the Dickinson county supervisors afterCounty Attorney Kenheth B Welty requested another prosecu Welty has been charged with bias in his preliminary investigation be cause he was affiliated withthe op erators of the Miss Thriller one of the boats which collided in a hear ing before the state board of con servation early this summer Harold Yarnes pilot of the Zipper the other boat was freed by Justice fo the Peace Price last week of a chargeof der in connection with the crash Similar charges against John and Milo Hartmann owners of the Zipper were dismissed by Welty It was during Yarnes preliminary hearing that defense attorneys at tacked Weltys interests in the case Even if no special grand jury is called it is expected that the en tire matter will come before the regular grand jury in September For example The total distance from New York1 to Mason City via the ahortest possible route is an1 proximately 1150 miles the firat ciass rate for which would be 5180 plus 15 cents for the 155 miles em braced In western territory or a total of which isa reduction of 28 cents under the present first class rateand ia the amount of re duction the transportation depart ment of the Chamber of Commerce has been fighting for nearly six years to accomplish The approxil mate distance from New York to St Paul is 1225 miles for which the first class rate would be plus 19 cents for the 260 miles em braced in western territory or a LoU1 of which is an increase of 17cents over the present rate to St Paul Thus it will be observed Mason City willhave a rate of 17 cents less than St Paul which is another end for which Mason City nas fought for This illustration ia typical of the proposed changes In rates from al eastern points to Ma son City AH Illinois Included Al of the Illinois and southeast ern Wisconsin is proposed to be in TUBN TO PAQK IS COLUMN 4 Special Dance MONAUG12 Stanleys Aristocrats Will Furnish The Music Stanley and his 11piece or chestra unit typed for a Titonka winner Truly its a real band that will be furnishing1 the rhythms In the Pannkuk Qollse urn Aug 12 We are pleased to state to our patrons that It Is our good fortune to present to Titonka this 1929 orchestra Mr Stanley himself the smiling blonde conductor of these eleven noteproducers extraordinary has everything that Casino guests can demand of their band conductors He apparently draws the rhythm out of his outfit with his synchronized physical tions in much the same way as a well yell leader extracts the unified whoops from his stands by his antics People Be on deck at the new Coliseum andload up on the initial musical fireworks of Stanley and his 11 aristocrats Pannkuk Coliseum Aug 12 Titonka Iowa COME TO INDIAN DAY AUG 13th TITONKA IOWA DiamondPrices are unequaled thinkof the saving For Your RAZOR swim will enter the north doorway and register at the boysdesk The morning period of the swim will be In session from 9 to 11 oclock and the afternoon swim from to 5 oclock In order to give boys who are employed a chance to take advantage of the swim the pool room will be open from 7 to S oclock in the evening Farrer Reports Larceny of Watch From Bureau The larceny of a watch from a bureau in the home of Far rer 3711 South Delaware avenue sometime duringthe past week was reported to police Thursday The watch was a 17 jewel Hamilton NOTICE In a story published recently in the GlobeGazette concerning Uie Clear Lake country clubhouse the Mica Insulating Roofing and Supply company Inc should have been given credit for furnishing and lay ing the fireproof Ambler asbestos shingles This Mason City firm also supplied the InsoBoard which was used thruout the building MRS SAM GARFIN SUCCUMBS HERE Illness of Eight Years Fatal to Long Time Resident of City Mrs Sam Garfin 50 who resided at 408 South Madison avenue died at her home Thursday after an ill ness of eight years Mrs Garfin had been a resident of this city for 23 years The body was taken to the Randall funeral home Mrs Garfin who was born in July 187D in Russia was married to Sam Garfin 27 years ago Mr Garfin is proprietor of a clothing store here Funeral services were held Thurs day evening at Minneapolis Minn where the body was taken for bur ial Surviving with Mr Garfin are a daughter Dora five sons Morris William Sam Jr Rudolph and Louis and one brother Willlani Lamer of this city Saturday August 10 will lie Com munlty Dollar Day In Mason City Many articles will be on sale at one dollar ONE STOP SERVICE BARGAINS in Used Balloon Tires They are Priced to Sell FIRESTONE EXCLUSIVELY Courslion Service Delaware and anil N E A sharper longer lasting edge BUTCHER Curved Blades lOc each A Product of WADE BUTCHER Mm kmrtffFin eSfi efiteH Cattery M B A PHARMACY East State and Delaware Blason City 2 Pretty Girls WillWin Radios at the Clear LakeBayaide Park Water Carnival and At water Kent Radio Bathing Beauty con test to be held Friday and SaturdayAugust 2324 Kent ScreenGrid radtos each valued will be given by the L P Courshon Company Atwater Kent distribu tor of Mason City A Bathing Beauty contest will be heldeach day of the colorful two day celebration The First Prize winner of each contest will re ceive a brand new 5180 Atwater Kent ScreenGrid radio enter the contest Simplywriteor phone the L P Courshon Companyat Mason City Service Facilities feel that we are better qualified to take icare of your Dodge repair needs than anyone in this vicinity Elliot and Cecil Harris are sincerely interested in seeing that you get full satis fac turn and you dont need to worry about your car when you turn it over to them for mechanical attention i Also we use nothing but genuine Dodge partsj which assures you of full service from any material replaced JHMarston Dependable Used Cars Vz Block South of Postoffice DODGE PLYMOUTH STYLE SHOPPE STYLE SHOPPE and Style Shoppe offers DRESSES In this group are dresses suit able for midsummer and early fall wear Dresses that formerly were priced at five times what they are priced at for Dollar Day ONE GRO of HATS A clearance of all summer hats Included are dozens of straw andfelt hats For Dollar Day they all go in one big group and are priced at only   

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