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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 4, 1933, Mason City, Iowa                                TWO MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE DECEMBER 4 1935 At Mason City THEATERS MARIE MIESSLER IN CHRISTOPHER BEAN In Christopher Bean the picture which plays through Tuesday at the Cecil tieater Marie Dresslers role obviously dominates the play But through misdirection or the usual Hollywood effort to make every pic ture contain a variety of the basic entertainment values so that it will have ah appeal to every person with the requisite coin in his pocket Marie is put through her usual slap stick and tragedy routine to the detriment of the general effect of the picture The story is built upon a sound plot and is not the type which requires any Charlie Chaplin antics to carry it through Lionel Barrymore gives a creditable per formance and as pictures go this one is better than average As usual the Mickey Mouse car toon is thoroughly enjoyable fiOOD PICTURES AT PALACE So often when a story is made into a moving picture it is next to impossible to recognize the screen version as even a second cousin to the story which one reads in book form The Kennel Murder Case by S S Van Dine Is an outstanding ex ception to this rule Philo Vance the supersuave and super efficient Grand Prize Championship Cake Walk AND PUBLIC DANCE An Old Time Georgia Cnmp Couples Wednesday Dec 13 Under the Auspices of the Senegalese Drum and Buglo Corps WITH LIONEL MIRIAM HOPKINS NOW Ends Tues A story of Iowa and Its great Iowa Written lowai cnvn boy PHIL STONG and brought back again to Mnson City THE STRANGERS RETURN BARRYMORE Heal characters living breathing In an epic ol Iowas farmers Another Language CECIL si TODAY IT DRESUER HAPPY BIRTHDAY PICTURE COSTARRED LIONEL IBARRYMRE STARTS WEDNESDAY SINCtAIR tEWlS Starring IRENE DUNNE WALTER HUSTON etective of the book is really rought before your eyes when Wil am Powell goes Into action If you are anything about mystery stories out miss this picture which plays st times Tuesday night at the alace Ending when a miscarriage jus ce sends an innocent man to his rave despite the confession of the uilty party King for a Night the ther feature of the double bill at Palace till Tuesday Is the rath r tragic story of the short life of promising young prizefighter hester Morris Helen Twelvetrees id Alice White have leading roles Manhattan Tower plays Mon ay and Tuesday at the Iowa star ng Mary Brian James Hall Irene ich Hale Hamilton and others in film showing a cross section of a Manhattan skyscraper and Ha in abttants during one day of their ves STRANGERS RETURN AT STRAND Strangers Return which plays londay and Tuesday at the Strand heater is from a story by Phil tong a native lowan who wrote State Fair Lionel Barrymore Hiriam Hopkins arid Franchot Tone ead the cost This is a good picture veil acted Coming to the Cecil Wednesday a three day engagement is Sin clair Lewis novel Ann Vlckers adapted for the screen and billed under the same title as the book A capable cast chosen for the picture includes Irene Dunne Walter Hus ton Bruce Cabot Conrad Nagel and Edna May Oliver Stage Mother with Alice Brady in the leading role comes to the Palace theater Wednesday for a three day run on the same double feature bill with Hell arid High Water With Alice Brady in the first picture are Maureen OSullivan Franchot Tone Phillips Holmes Ted Healy and others The second feature is from a story by Max Mil ler author of I Cover the Water front and has Richard Arlen and Judith Allen In leading roles a SLIM StlMMERVDCiUB IN HER FIRST MATE A dandy comedy comes to the Iowa theater Wednesday and Thursday in Her First Mate star ring Slim Summervllle Zasu Pitts Una Merkel Warren Hymer and others Another Language featuring Helen Hayes Robert Montgomery Louise Closser Hale John Beal and thers plays at the Strand Wcdnes ay and Thursday This is the tlior ughly interesting story of a bride who discovers at the end of a happy honeymoon that she has married her nusbands family along with him and that It Is Impossible for tier to get along wltn them Pastor arid Family Honored OSAGB Dec Sunday the leventh anniversary of the begin ing of the ministry of the Rev John D Kern was observed by a surprise dinner given the pastor and his family at the close of the morn ng service by the congregation in he church dining hall MURPHY WOULD PEG HOG PRICES Iowa Senator Says 40 Cent Corn at 12 to 1 Suggests as Level DUBUQUE Dec 4 his home here today to remain until congress convenes Senator Louis Murphy suggested the pegging of hog prices at a means of farm re lief The Iowa senator announced that 40 cent corn at 12 to 1 suggests a hog price Im not fixing the figure he added six dollar hogs would in duce a measure of happiness and prosperity we have not known in a long timo and would work immense relief Senator Murphy commended the relative speed in getting corn loan money into the farmers hands Whatever doiibt is entertained of the success of the cornhogs pro gram the senator said has been largely removed by my faith that ccn loans will put that program over I am opposed in principle to price pegging but with assured de crease in corn and hog production cringing both into line with the markets needs price pegging of hogs wouldsucceed IN DAYS NEWS ALEXANDER LEGGE UTAH DETERMINED TO BE 36TH STATE Continued From PaKe 1 with meals hard liquor in packages for off premise consumption Beer and Wines and wines in res taurants hotels and dining cars hard liquor in packages for off premise consumption in taverns wine and beer in hotels and restau rants hard liquor in packages bars hotels res taurants and clubs may sell for con sumption in dining rooms tap rooms and bedrooms grocery and delicatessen stores to sell in pack ages for consumption off premises except in Chicago where local ordinance pro hibits perpendicular drinking leg islature at work on control law Rules by Commission not yet promul gated by commission native drinking distilleries operate for other states goes until legislature legis acts 1 FORMER HEAD OF FARM BOARD DIES Heart Attack Ends Career of Alexander Legge Chief of Harvester Firm CHICAGO Deer 4 from a heart attack has ended the career of Alexander Legge 67 year old president of the International Harvester company and former chairman of the federal farm board who was known to his friends as the iron Mr Legge called the iron man because of his seemingly tireless ef forts died suddenly yesterday at his home in suburban Hinsdale where he had been working in his gar den During the war he was director of the war Industries board He was the second important figure in the nations war time affairs to die within two weeks The other was his close friend Edward N Hurley head of the war time shipping board Funeral plans were withheld from announcement FIVE IOWANS DIE FROM ACCIDENTS this Continued From Page 1 month and besides his provide that funds derived from the sale of hunting and fishing licenses be spent in the zone where collected A bill by Senators Anderson and Roelofs wouldcreate a state hydro electric power commission with au thority to conserve control and de velop waters of the state and with power to construct and operate electric power plants and distribut ing systems Senators Chrystal and Roelofs sponsored a bill which would pro vide for the licensing of and the regulation of direct buyers of live stock Mortgage Moratorium A bill by Senator Ritchie would declare a complete moratorium on mortgage foreclosure and the issu ance of conveyances on sales pre viously held until March 1 1935 A bill by Representative Teter of Marion would make exemptions of homesteads from taxation In muni cipalities the exemption would be 2 000 of the actual value and outside of municipalities Owners would file exemption claims with the county assessors Representative Reed of Mahaska introduced the bill he endeavored to have passed at the regular ses sion which would place a statutory limit on salaries paid at the state educational institutions The moxi mums wouldbe Presidents 57500 superintendents 2700 secretaries and treasurers professors who are heads of departments 56 000 professors not heads of de partments 53600 and instructors and other officials 3000 The sal aries were reduced at the regular session through appropriations Bills In House Other bills introduced in the house were Representative Mitchell of Web the posting of hearings on the annual tax levy where no newspaper is published Representative Manlece of Emmet the board of super visors to fix salaries of county treas urers Representatives McKinnons Friz zell Mooty Bowers and censing of direct buyers of livestock by the state secretary of agriculture Representative Reed of Mahaska a tax on annuity con tracts held on real estate by educa tional institutions the tax to be equal to that which would be im posed on realty eliiinating the gag tax refund on any gasoline used In construction or maintenance works which is paid for from the public funds limiting the number of jus tices and constables in townships of 15000 or more to two each in town ships of less population to one each except where there are municipal courts when none would be elected Bonds for Vets Representative Zipse of Chicka saw Requiring veterinarians to APPEAL MEETS WITH OPPOSITION Continued irrora Paso 1 contemplated would improve this property on South Federal avenue Similar testimony was given by R S Stanhery and W L Patton Ruling to Be Later F G Duffield acted as chairman of the board the other members being L S Thompson S M Hoyt end Mier Wolf Mr Hoyt making his initial appearance on the board at this meeting At the opening of the hearing Mr Shipley challenged the right of Mr Wolf to sit on the board on the grounds that he had been active in opposition to the issuing of the permit Mr Senneff argued that Mr Wolf could not be disqualified stat ing the only question involved might be his right to vote A ruling on this was reserved until later Lester Dibble city solicitor acted gs at torney for the board bill because the duty of the public was to take care of the poor McFarlanes remarks brought McCreery to his feet on a question of special privilege in which he said he did not refer to any feeling be tween cities and rural representa tives and said he got along 100 per cent with the people of Cedar Rapids The house also passed 72 to 26 the Bowers measure which would require state employes driving mo tor vehicles to have liability insur ance Representative Brady of Pot tawattamie offered an amendment making the provision applicable to all political subdivisions It was voted down The MillhoneMooreCunningham bill which would permit mutual in surance companies other than life to establish a guarantee fund for the protection of the company was the third measure to find favorable reaction wife NOW SHOWING Greatest n AH the rhllo Vance Mysteries WILLIAM POWELL In Kennel Murder Case wllh Mary Aator Eosene Fallette Morgan Helen Vlnsim Unheard of entertainment bnr ns ctnslitently nt the PALACE I lature at work on bill ita house op posing the presence of women in taverns until legislature acts until legislature acts not yet ready with stocks Anything In Nevada goes except where dry by local option New New and bars under commission control New bara any firm under Bame management 3 years may sell New bars drinking IOWA NOW AND TUESDAY MAT 15c MANHATTAN TOWER with MARY BRIAN IRENE RICH JAMES HAIX HALE HAMILTON ADDED COMEDY SPORTS CARTOON with or without meals in hotels res taurants or on vessels and dining cars licensed liquor stores engaged In no other business may sell up to three quarters of hard liquor or three gallons of wine a person North until legislature acts Okl ahom unsettled Liquor In Packages takes over sale of hard liquor in packages on Jan 2 hotels and restaurants may sell in meantime Rhode only with meals In hotels licensed stores to sell package goods drug stores lim ited to onequart a person South quart a month a person may be imported on application to county judge South Fonr Miles of School yes ac tually no sale forbidden within four miles of school control unset tled larger cities to control by or dinances West Wisconsin Anyhow anytime anywhere until legislature acts at session beginning Dec 11 TJ S until con gress acts leaves one son John 16 his moth er Mrs Mary Frankl and a sister Misa Mary both of Algona two brothers John of Algona and Bar ney of Irvington and two sisters Mrs D C Green of Sauk Center Minn and Miss Carolyn of Three Forks Mont Services to Be Tuesday Funeral services for Frankl will be held Tuesday morning at St Ce celias Catholic church The Rev T J Davern will officiate Burial will be in the Catholic cemetery Newell died after a car in which he was riding driven by Howard Clements 45 Cedar Rapids struck one driven by Robert Blackmun 18 Eldora 10 miles east of Eldora Clements his wife Mrs Elva Hof mau of Martelle and Mrs Harold Newell were also Injured Eckert died at Waterloo from in juries suffered when he was struck by an automobile Oct 14 Milton Kerr of Frederickaburg was slightly injured when his car and n truck collided near Waterloo Five firemen were injured two seriously when a hose wagon over turned enroute to a fire at Des Moines while avoiding collision with another fire truck Killed by Car Hogue was struck and killed by a car driven by John Bayles of Des Moines six miles south of Lamoni onday Hogue and George Zimmerman of Corydon were trucking livestock to St Joseph It Is believed they stopped along the pavement to await a second truck in which rode W R Roberts and Claude Burley of Chariton Hogue was struck as he stepped down from the truck An inquest post bonds to protect owners of cat tle and cover any damage which might ensue from bovine tuberculin 1 By Representatives Peet Mete alt knd the laws relating to the practice of cosme tology By Representative Johnson of the chief justice of the supreme court to appoint an other member thR court to act in his place in case of absence By Representative Moore of Har rison and Malone of lishing a county board of agricul ture consisting of the board of su pervisors the county board of edu cation and one member from each township After Jan 1 1935 the township members would be elected The board would name a county secretary of agriculture to replace the county agent and take over his duties the salary not to exceed that of other county officers In counties under 30000 the budget for the work could not exceed in other counties it would be limited to Highway Patrol Bill PROPOSE PROBE OF BANK DEPARTMENT Continued From Fage 1 continued and be paid at the rate hey receive for legislative work Both Mitchell of Webster and Cunningham Polk members of Jie committee said they were not prepared to urge adoption of the resolution but pointed out that they equally were not prepared to devote as much time in the future as iti he past without some compensa tion Both pointed out that the com mittees work to date haa made the state many times its cost Vote Reconsidered The house adopted the resolution and then on motion of Goode of Davis reconsidered its vote and the question was closed for the day by nelng rereferred to a subcommit tee to work out a satisfactory pro posal for compensation On motion of Garner of Butler the house made a special order for 11 a m Tuesday the resolution to ratify the child labor amendment to the federal constitution The reso lution passed the senate last week The senate passed two legalizing bills a measure to molie uniform the statutes governing warrants not paid for want of funds and a meas ure amending the truck flare law It also approved the Cardin bill to permit educational institutions to obtain seized intoxicating liquor for scientific purposes School Bond Issue The legalizing bills validate a school bond issue of the independent school district of Clin ton and legalize the transfer of money to the poor funds in Cass county The Flare law bill sponsored by the motor vehicles committee changes the passed by the lost regular sessionto require that any truck stopping on the highway set flares 75 feet ahead and 75 feet to the rear of the vehicle The bill codifying the statute governing warrants not paid for want of funds previously had been passed by the house but now goes back to the lower branch for con sideration of an amendment at tached by the senate Committee Report The senate by adopting a com mittee report recommending indef inite postponement killed the Schmidt bill which would have per mitted the bringing of actions to re cover auto accident damages In the county where the accident occur 4 KILLED 2 HURT IN TRAIN MISHAP SPOKANE Wash Dec 4 Four were killed and two injured when a Great Northern freight train crashed into a rock slide at Milan Wash 24 miles north of here at p m last night The dead and Injured were all of Hillyard a suburb of Spokane The men killed were riding in the cab of the huge locomotive that was pulling a train of 97 cars With this weight behind them the loco motive and tender derailed and toppled over on their sides the front end of the loccmottve resting in the Little Spokane river BELIEVE OUTLAW HELD IN HOSPITAL 2 Women Identified as and Cousin of Floyd Hurt in Crash FORT SMITH Ark Dec 4 JP Two women Identified by Constable Jack Pace and Deputy Constable Otto Kykendall as the wife and cousin of Charles Arthur Pretty Boy Floyd notorious Oklahoma outlaw and a man believed by the officers to be Floyd were under juard in a hospital here today fol lowing an accident in which the three were injured Another man Fred Stiles Fort Smith believed by officers to be the driver of the automobile when the crash occurred late last night near Charleston Ark died at a hospital here early today Pace and Kykendall said the wom en were Mrs Ruby Floyd and Stella Collins both of whom are known to have lived in Fort Smith for some time The man believed by officers to be Floyd gave his name to newsmen and hospital attendants as Bob Carney of Fort Smith He was not questioned by police but was placed under a police guard pending the arrival of Raymond Drake officer of Sallisaw Okla with fingerprints Floyd was born at Sallisaw StlU Owner Arrested IOWA CITY Dec 4 1 Peterson waa arrested when police raided his home and confiscated a still He was released on bond was to be held today red Senator H L Irwin of Clinton president pro tern was presented with a gavel by senate employes in a brief program at the opening of the session The house passed three measures In approving the bill of Senator Booth making permanent the tem porary transfer of 520000 from the Senator Paul Schmidt Iowa Eecondary road maintenance fund to Convention Reports on Algona P T A Program ALGONA Dec regu lar meeting of toe P T A will be held at the high school Monday evening The Rev A S Hueser Miss Antoinette Boustetter and Mra Kenneth Mercer vho attended the state P T A meeting at Marshall town will tell about the meeting The Mothers chorus will have charge of the music for the eve ning BILLS POUR IN ON FINAL DAY Continued From Page 1 vey Stanzcl Fuelling Thlesen Wiese and Weed Rewrite Gasoline Law A bill by Representatives Moore of Benton Cunningham and Mitchell of Webster of Polk rewrites Will Present Program KANAWHA Dec Y P L L will present a preChrlatmas program at the Lutheran church auditorium next Sunday evening The program will consist mostly of music the entire gasoline refund law It would eliminate all refunds on gas oline taxea except those to farmers for gasoline used solely in farm im plements stationary engines air platies boats and cleaning and dye ing establishments It also would require triplicate af fidavits for refund claims and would provide for the licensing for transport of gasoline and for service stations The Harrington liquor control bill first complete liquor control mea sure to be presented to the special session was among the measures introduced in the nppsr Souse The bill provides for tlie creation of a state liquor control commission with power to Issue and revoke li censes and fix prices on liquor and also provides for the issuance of In dividual permits by the county audi tor 1 Zones in State Under a bill introduced by Miller of Buchanan the fish and game commission would be directed to di vide the state into four zones and City introduced his highway patrol bill which was presented at the last regular session and also introduced bills carrying out his proposal for a 50 million dollar construction pro gram for fourlane highways and rock shoulder highways across the state Schmidt also sponsored a measure to levy a roadroute mile tax on motor vehicle carriers Instead of the present tonmile tax Senator Baldwin introduced three bills proposing amendments to the beer law One would permit sale of refrigerated keg beer another would allow sale of bottled beer In Quantities of less than a dozen bottles and the third would permit the boards of supervisors to issue licenses for the sale beer in unin corporated villages Get Part of Tax Another by Senator Wenner of Black Hawk provides that cities equipped with fire equipment cost ing 51000 or more shall receive a portion of the tax on premiums of fire insurance companies Representative Mitchell of Web ster plans to Introduce a bill to reg ulate pipe line companies The state supreme coiirt in June ruled the for mer regulatory measures uncon stitutional The new bill sets forth that pipe lines are a public hazard and would permit the railroad com mission to grant permits for their construction and establish a fee of SO cents a diameter inch for every mile for inspection while the line is under construction and a fee of 25 cents a diameter inch a mile for inspection after the lines have been laid the poor fund of Cass county the old question of city against country was injected into the debate It was contended by Representa tive Speidel of Washington and Mc Creery of Linn that the bill was un fair because the majority of the maintenance fund was paid by the rural residents Brought to Feet Representative McFarlane oC Black Hawk said he thought it was poor business to try to inject this question in consideration of such a RADIO TUBES TESTED FREE AT OUR STORE GllUNOW SUPER SERVICE The first real advance In elec tric refrigeration for the home VANCE MUSIC CO EVEltYTHING IN MtJSiO 124 North Federal Phone 798 TREMENDOUS REDUCTION IN BUS FARES Rates cut as much as 50 MASON C1T1 to 1 Way NAME CANADIAN AS WHEAT KING CHICAGO Dec 4 Isackson of Elfros Saskatchewan was declared wheat king of North America by grain and hay judges at the International Livestock ex position today Rd Top 310 495 1210 403 610 4680 St Paul Waterloo 170 Des Molnc1 275 Kansas City 670 Spencer 225 Cedar Rapids 370 Los Angeles 2600 Chicago 775 Call for Rates to Other Points Jefferson Transportation Company BUS Depot 16 First Street S VV Phono Mason City END YOUR Foot Trouble ATTEND THIS SPECIAL Demonstration Tuesday Dec 5 FREE Evftry perlon attending Itiit ipacial Demarutra Hon will recalve 11 Saapta ol Dr Schollt Zlnopodi eomii 8 A potkri containing Dr Scholl Borolln foi lldgct bllrtirr 3 And BrlMi and foot Telt Never before has an opportunity like this been presented to foot sufferers in this city and vicinity By special arrangement wehave secured the exclusive services of an Expert from the Chicago Staff of Dr Wm M Scholl world noted Foot Authority Hewill be assisted by our own Expert for this important occasion If you suffer from your fert by all means arrange to be here on the above date FREE FOOT TEST You will receive a complete Test and Analysis of your feet and be shown exactly what cauica your aches and painj Relief by theproper Dr Scholl Appliance or Remedy will be demon strated on y our own feet You will al so be given advice as to the sire width and type of shoe you should wear how to give your feet the right WITHOUT CHARGE 1 What you will gain will be of lifelong benefit to you Therefore remember the date and be sure to attend LAIRDS 14 EAST STATE WHERE SHOES ARE REALLY FITTED NATURAL GAS HEATING TO HOME RENTERS AS WELL OWNERSACT NOW Ask About Our RcntnJ Purchase Plan AprtroTtd GM heat efinTpment nlso available thrnaffh your hmllny contractor Peoples Gas Electric Company   

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