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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 14, 1933, Mason City, Iowa TWO SEES DANGER IN SHARP VET CUTS Hall Says Relief Will Fall on Counties Gives Iowa Legion Program DBS MOINES March 14 Iowa board of supervisors today were faced with the warning that if drastic cuts are made in the fed eral appropriations for veterans re lief the burden will be merely transferred to county seats voiced by W Earl Hall Mason City state commander of the American Le gion In an address here last night Mr Hall said One inescapable consequence of effecting wholesale federal govern ment economy through the medium of reducing and eliminating veter ans benefits is that for the most part the step will mean nothing more nor less than transferring the burden from Washington to the Iowa county seat and to county seats throughout the land er with no opposition A total of 1 224 votes was cast Price of Balancing In snort the price of balancing the federal budget will be a further disjointing of local government budgets already sadly out of bal ance A movement to remove inequali ties in the administration of veter ans laws will be supported by the veterans Mr Hall stated but he continued the Legion cannot sup port a proposition if it is merely one to balance a federal budge while aggravating the utter lack o balance in local government bud gets The Iowa program he outlined a follows Care For Disabled To care for disabled and detfen dents with employment and relief as keystoneof our state program of service The Legion last year supplied employment temporary or permanent to more than 21 00 persons Mr Hall asserted To further a highway safety pro gram through education a safety organization aid of other statewide organizations and advertising The accident toll has dropped from 645 in 1930 to 583 in 1931 and 530 in 1932 Mr Hall said The Iowa department of the Le gion also includes in its program better care of veterans orphans support of veterans grave regis tration resistance to reduction of veterans benefits heretofore con ferred and support of required mil itary training at taxsupported colleges SCHOOL ELECTION AT WESLEY IS SPIRITED WSSLEY March school election here proved to be one of the hottest contested elections for several years Those who were elec ted were H J Braley and Thomas E Nelson for a term of three years and Halvor Flom Jr and Lester L Lease for a term of two years Votes were as follows H J Braley 181 Nelson 157 Erwin M Olson Halvor Flom Jr 160 Lester L Lease 186 Albert Reno 113 NAME WRITTEN IN IS GIVEN 75 BUT LOSES HAMPTON March 14 school election of the independent district of Hampton was quiet L H Davis and E H Bryan were candi dates for reelection Mr Bryan re ceived 112 votes Mr Davis 129 and George Weeks whose name was written in received 75 votes VETERAN BOARD MEMBER DEFEATED AT HAYITELD HAYFIELD March school election yesterday brought out record number of voters 185 votes being cast Gustav Schulz for Dine years a member of the board of education and for the past five its chairman was defeated bv Charlca Holecek who received 103 Schulz received 79 HERMAN WISE ELECTED IN BALLOT AT SEXTON March School election was held Monday afternoon and Herman Wise was elected dl TWO NAMED IN HOT WHITTE3IORE ELECTION WHITTEMORE March 14em ing and Zumach were elected Mon 5 vacancieB here i one of the hottest contests bel here in years The terms of Flem SW Ollver expired toiB Fleming received 173 votes Zu DIRECTORS FOR SCHOOLS NAMED Continued From 1 DECORAH CANDIDATES HAVE NO OPPOSITION DECORAH March th school election held yesterday Decorah Dr H G Howland waj elected director and E R Haines reasurer Neither had opposition I he board of education now con ists of Mrs Merle Knight William inowlton Norman Nelson Dr H G Howland and F H Kendrick W E ROCHE ELECTED O BRADFORD BOAKD BRADFORD March 14 At chool election Monday afternoon w E Roche was elected a new member of the board Other mem bers are Wayne Boynton and Cas per Meyer lelection Mon ECorliss was elected a di rector forone year Evert McGrath and Tolford Thompson for three years and R M Srnallpage was reelected for two years as treasur Radio Tubes Tested FREE Our wonderful ACREMETER will show the exact condition of your tubes if you need new ones we have standard makes at low prices P and E LASHBROOK AND LARUE WIN IN OSAGE VOTE OSAGE March O Lash brook and H E LaRue were elect ed school directors yesterday in a heavy vote 745 ballots being cast Lashbrook received 368 LaRue 329 F R Shelledy whose name was pu on by stackers 299 Margaret To bin who had been on the board to fill a vacancy 244 and Mrs O D Kmgsbury 196 CLEAR LAKE ELECTS ANDERSON ROBBINS CLEAR LAKE March 14Pe er Anderson secretary of the Northwestern States Portland ce ment company at Mason City and Ray Robbins manager of the Clear Lake Shipping association were elected school directors in the elec tion yesterday Six hundred sixty nine votes were cast Anderson re ceived 436 Robbina 427 and Harrv D Mason TROWBRD3GE HAWKE NAMED AT SHEFFIELD SHEFFIELD March hundred fiftyeight votes were cast m a spirited school election here Willis Trowbridge with and James Hawke with 290 were elected to the board C F Bokmeyer received 170 votes PFALTZGRAFF WINNERS AT DUMOSfT DUMONT March Boylan and J F Pfaltzgraff were elected to the Dumont board of ed ucation yesterday The total vote was 210 not quite as heavy as last year Pfaltzgraff received 142 votes and Boylan was given 109 Willard Dennis received 76 votes Bud Aug ust Stock 38 B RECORD BALLOT CAST IN GOLDFIELD CONTEST GOLDFIELD March 14The heaviest school vote ever cast was recorded in a stiffly contested elec tion here yesterday when 424 bal lots were cast There were 59 ab sent voters ballots Mrs F M Clausen received 329 votes Mrs I D Halvorsen 323 votes for three year terms while Paul Waltrick was elected with 337 votes Votes received by defeated candidates were C F Schipull 96 T A Knight 94 Olln Kllnger 81 RO3S Henry was elected treasurer with 312 votes while Dr B L re ceived 104 FREDERICKSON HOBBS ELECTED AT CRYSTAL LAKE CRYSTAL LAKE March 14 Arthur Frederickson and Sari Hobbs were elected school direct ors yesterday Frederickson receiv ed 120 votes and Hobbs was given 117 H R Kluver received 86 votos and 66 were cast for A N Klrsch baum LINDERBAK AND MILLER WINNERS AT LUVERNE LUVERNE March H Llnderbak was reelected and Wil liam Miller was named to the school board yesterday Linderbak receiv ed 141 votes and Miller 156 L F Smith was given 140 votes and 136 were cast for Fred Baumgartner A total of 283 votes was cast MYERS WINS SCHOOL ELECTION AT THORNTON THORNTON March Meyers was reelected to the school board yeterday defeating Alfred Ingebretson The vote was 85 to 52 This was the only vacancy THREE ARE NAMED IN GARNER ELECTION GARNER March total of 413 votes was cast at the school election Monday There were six candidates In the field Charles H schissel received 264 votes and B L Prouty 125 for the two year term Schissel being elected Charles Bethke 227 Fred Stelff 200 Frank W Zeiger 199 and Dr E H Phillips 154 for the three year erm two directors chosen Bethke nd Steiff elected BRANDT AND HADLEY ELECTED AT ACKLEY ACKLEY March eturns for school board members esulted as follows C H Brandt reelected received 449 votes out of 777 cast R R Hadley newly elect ed 441 votes while Mrs V E Kachelhoffer received 353 votes and Henry Homan 251 votes JORGES RECEIVES ALL ABEDALE VOTES AREDALE March election was held in the town hall Only 21 votes were castandthey were all for E Jorges who was director last year MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTF LEGION ACCEPTS CUT IN BENEFITS Insists Basic Structure of Veterans Relief Must Not Be Lost WASHINGTON March 14 i Amerlcan Legions national legislative committee In a state ment late Monday said the Legion was willing to accept a 25 per cen reduction In World war veterans benefits The statement issued by Rav Murphy of Ida Grove Iowa chair man of the committee said The need for economy in gov ernmental expenditures is appar ent and is fully recognized by the American Legion The administration is pledged by its party platform to a 25 per cent reduction in such expenditures in thepresence of existing con ditions and the need for such econ omy the American Legion unwill T jt the basic structure of World war veterans relief be de Is willing to make its full to sound credit and to the administrations efforts to rehabilitate such credit by supporting a 25 per cent reduc tion in World war veterans bene wlth their hard earned funds and in many cases lifetime savings by the OT1R 1 tVjL ecretary of the Treasury place Tuesday morning With your renewed and strength ened confidence we are off to a new day Every citizen of this commun ity will find the banks ready and eager to add to Mason Citys hap SSrSSSJT11 every We have battled this out to gether Now lets go ahead together No Hoarding Permitted piWf XT H president of th Haa bank in a statemen issued Monday evening said ttle the NEW YORK March 14 m Henry W Thornton for mer chairman of the Canadian Ivatlonal railways died this al ternoon at the age or 63 FURTHER DEBTS RELIEF ADOPTED Continued From Iage 1 viUrin J just ended W exppnf too strongly tha except for the conditions existin nationally there never was any son for interruption of normal bank cional situation having been clearpri up or being in being cTelf 6u U n the Mn arm i DEPOSITS HEAVY AS BANKS REOPEN Continued From J ank issued the following statement ate Monday evening The greatest satisfaction to everyone of us associated with the lanks of Mason City has been the fine and generous attitude of our de positors during the uncertain and perplexing hours of the bank holi da73AWe knewof course that the old First National and the younger Northwest Savings were in every way able to meet every demand that could be made upon them but that assurance could only come to our good citizenry who had entrusted us BUT SISWHY SO SERIOUS ARENT YOU GLAD IM ENGAGED DONT YOU LIKE MY PHIL OF COURSE 1 DOBUT MARRIAGE CAN BE SO DIFFERENT FROM WHAT ONE EXPECTSROMANCE FADES SO SOONLOOK AT TED AND ME returns SIS ITS PARTLY YOUR FAULT YOUVE BECOME A LITTLE CARELESS ABOUT HOW YOU LOOK SOMETIMES EVEN ABOUT OH BABS NEVER REALIZEDla CHANGE TO LIFEBUOY THEN ILL BE SAFE BABS WAS A PRETTY BRIDE TODAY BUT THE REAL HIT Of THE WEDDING WAS MY WIFE TED STOP YOUR JOKING I ONLV HOPE BABS AND PHIL WILL BE AS HAPPY AS WE ARE secretary of the treasury Confidence Justified Wilhfnan President of the day night VVhat can add to the good news Itwllf I never questioned but thaf f HP ivrn cnn OJf i V i LLIG among the urst to open but I admit that T pleased that our banks have been recognized by permission to open even ahead of many cities of the samesse and importance as our pros sufficiently trying week just passed I believe t Uils is the dawn of a new day In business for the entire country uiat many of the problems that utln on the way to so portation of pupils in consolidated school districts The senate amend ment would have made the trans sortatlon optional while the house bill made it optional within a mile and onehalf limit and mandatory for two miles or more The house concurred in a senate iraendment to the Speidel bill re ating to the abandonment of sec ondary road programs in 193334 35 The amendment would permit boards of supervisors to transfer to heir poor funds all or any part of he monies collected in 1933 Passed by House Bills passed by the house todav ncluded By the tax reduction committee allowing school boards to contvac for school facilities including transportation of children By the tax reduction committee amending the laws reiatiug to the publication of legal notices by re ducing the number of insertions ap proximately onehalf By Ellsworth prohibiting the manufacture and possession of tear iras or stench bombs except by peace officers and persons using thorn to guard valuables By Cunningham requiring resi dence in a county for one year to acquire legal settlement for poor elief II S JOT BOUND BY LEAGUE ACT ASK CONGRESS TO SET FARM PRICES Resolution Before Assemb After Relief Demands of Holiday Group DE5 MOINES March 14 concurrent resolution asking con gress to set cost of production price for fnrm products today had bee drafted for introduction In the low general assembly as the first step 1 meeting relief demands voiced yes terday by Iowa farmers The proposed resolution was pre pared after members of the stat senate and house in a joint sessio had heard representatives of abou 2000 farmers who packed the hous chamber ask the passage of add tional agricultural measures Tha farmers members of th Farmers Holiday association whicl has been in session in Des Moines shouted their approval of the de mands made upon the legislature bj their leaders Clad in overalls o working clothes the farmers packed the galleries and the rotunda and corridors of the statehouse Made Many Demands A resolution adopted by th farmers before adjournment of the joint session demanded a full anc complete moratorium on mortgage revision of the tax laws on the basis of abilityto pay repeal of mandatory levies discon tinuance of the issuance oftax free securities and the adoption of pend ing agricultural legislation Speakers advocated specifically the passage of a dozen measures now pending before the assembly and proposed that the emergency farm mortgage foreclosure mora torium law be repealed and a more drastic measure adopted The assembly was told in no un certain terms by the spokesmen that the farmers believe they are entitled to same relief as they de clared had been accorded bankers and insurance companies Fred Bloss of Ottumwa legislative rep resentative of the association de clared that farm legislation had been opposed as unconstitutional i L s teat had not bee11 aP piel to the other measures Threaten to Strike The resolution adopted Art carl UB trying national bankmg and currency situation is thus proved to be on its way toward solution Patience and good natui tnf the chara teristic of the American Is weli a the Mason City people under the al most unprecedented conditions tha have exited We need now colon eratlon and confidence in the essen tiBl soundness of all of our institu well as fjnan SUCh wa Recognition of Mason City EH Wagner chairman of th the Northwest Savin Whats the sensible thing to do about B body oilot TAKB CHANCES Trust to luck you wont offend NO1 BO tndy odor is too serious to triflcwith It s too euy to beguilryand not know especially m overheated stuUy rooms Play safe regularly W1th Lifebuoy Its difftrtnt torn ordinary toilet soaps in every way scent quality of lather Its fresh dean quictlyvanishing scent tells you Lifebuoy gives ixtra protection Its rich search ing lather purifies JioJorizu BO Removes germs from guard health Complexions elaor up lifebuoy hu helped thousands win new com plexion ttep it Its gentle creamy lather wishes pote clogging impurities makes dull cloudy skim radiant with nuw health A O F LEVIR BROS CO I think Mason City is extreme fortunate In Being among the firs cities of the country outside of fed era reserve cities to have their in stitutions open without any lions whatsoever except the univer sal edict against anything tha smacks of hoarding I that I am as cheered and encouraged as a bus ness man by this fact as I am gratified by it as a banker I sin cerely believe that not only the fine standing of the Mason City banks contributed to the signal recogni but also that the sane attitude of the people of Mason Cltv was taken Into consideration Announcement of the unrestricted opening of the two local banks Tuesday morning was made at the meeting of the Junior Chamber of Commerce in session at the Han ford hotel Monday evening The an nouncement came just before ad journment Tentative plans were quickly made for a parade of jubi lation and it is expected that the jun or chamber and many other business men and citizens will Join at some hour during the day in an expression of this kind of their Sreat satisfaction in the promnt ending of the national banking holi day so far ao its effects Mason The first permanent tooth to make Its appearance In the mouth of humans is the six year molar rtake Reservations in Its to CoOperate on Far East WASHINGTON March 14 momentous decision of the new oosevelt administration liuJ the United States refusing to be bound by any action that is taken but agreeing to join league of nations members in a discussion of what the world should do about Japanese mil itary Inroads in northern China The state department disclosed to day that Hugh R Wilson minister to Switzerland had been named to sit at the council table with the leagues special advisory committee on the undeclared war in the far east and to participate In its acts with two Important reservations Th3 United States a nonmember of tha league will not vote It will not agree in advance to bow to the committees decision which might can for an economic boycott or oth er coercive measures Presence of the United States m thia manner in the meetings of the committee will give an infor mative contact said the depart public its accept ance of the leagues Invitation to cooperate any way impair uie right of independence of judg the United States cannot take am action binding this tt u yesterday asserted that if congress has failed by May 3 to enact legislation nro viding justice for the American farmer we sbajl then prepare to strike and honour products from the market and we call on Gov Clyde Herring to declare an em bargo upon the shipment of all food products out of Iowa and we call upon him to use his influence m bringing about the same em bargo action on the part of all the governors of the mlddlwest states We are agriculture bankrupt and facing eviction from our homes It continued We have pleaded with our legislators in yelra past for justice We are now de manding and we propose to have just plain simple justice Governor Herring who spoke what it could to aid the farm ers and declared he had told the governors in Washington that they did not need to worry about com munism in Iowa for this state still country Miller is Heard Glenn B Miller of njvii i1 firmer Union said he did not believe wha the legislature has done is adcquat fo h WG beieve we are entitle to such emergency measures a are banks and other Industries President John Chalmers of th Iowa Farm Holiday association sal he would not call another such meeting of farmers unless It was force adjournment of the lure if it failed to enact relief legislation the bills recommenaea to passage were those to eliminate de ficiency judgments taxing Clppnsi in Tmf a aid levies and place a 50 pe cent taxm Geer to Present Pupils in Recital Tuesday at YM A group of music pupila wm nvi the 5 banquet room of ii i m A The program ivin consist of piano cor net solos and duels puplli appear on the pro arer Robert Brisbine Betty Donald Marshall Betty Mae Geer Clalr Mellang Stanley 0 Ellis Red Cross Asks Funds to Aid Quake Victims WASHINGTON March 14 ihe American Red Cross annealed today for 5500000 of contributions small home owners and others without resources who suffered in the California earthquake Cormne Dreher Mary Loyal a Eunice Anderson Harold Marken Everett on Wayne Franz Marsraret Me D Dennis Cross T rtlft and CharlC3 Starr In addition to the musical num f wil1 be Presented Relatives and friends Interested n the pupils have been Invited to ttend Old Coin Does Its Dutv QUINCY 111 March 14 H authorities reported thev re eived a five dollar gold piece injm muney order ought by a local branch of an out ttown firm which received it from customer DOBBS Spring hatB are ready The Abel Boulevard The hat all Mason City prefers at a popular price MARCH 14 mm 1933 8 IOWA NATIONAL BANKS REOPENED Mason City First National Among Those Permitted in 4 Cities DES MOINES March 14 Eight national banks in four Iowa cities were to reopen today after officials of the federal reserve bank In Chicago had telegraphed official license to resume operations The banks are Dos Moines National Bank and Trust company Bankers Trust company Central National Bank and Trust company Mason National bank Sioux National bank Livestock National bank Toy Na tional bank Cedar Nation al bank Roosevelt Confers on Emergency Farm Aid WASHINGTON March 14 Presldent Roosevelt conferred today with congressional agricultural emereency farm re lief bill to be considered probablv at this session Copied Expensive Models Chose the Fashionable Leathers to Offer You the Seasons Smartest SHOES At a Ward Thrift Price 98 Theyre the new shoes women will wear this Spring new oxfords pumps ties sandalsone straps in new shades of chaff corosan Admirali ty blue mist gray beige blackSplendidly con structed of fine leathers aad priced with char acteristic Ward thrift FOR GIRLS 198 Sport type oxfords school girls simply live in Of smart brown elk a favorite with the youngcrowdSizes3to8 FOR MISSES and CHILDREN A peach of aWard value little patent leath er shoe with its punched work its center buckle and smart one strap fea ture Sizes 8 to 3 149 i FOR CHILDREN 100 Blackpatent leather one straps for Sunday black patent oxfords for schoolboth with Good year stitchdownconstuc cion FOR MEN 198 Black calf grain leather oxfords with cap toe or plain toe Goodyear welt construction Sizes 6 co D FOR BOYS 149 Rugged black calf grain leather with a Goodyear welt construction an other proof that good shoes are inexpensive at Wards Sizes I to 6 MONTGOME RY WARD Co J
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