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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 22, 1933, Mason City, Iowa                                TWO CharlesCityNews HALEY IS GIVEN JURYS VERDICT Case Follows Accident in Which Man Was Hurt at Charles City CHARLES CITY Dec 22The jury brought in a verdict yesterday afternoon for the defendant in the case of George Barclay against W R Haley tried before Judge M H Kepler More than a year ago Mr Barclay was riding with Mr Haley who stopped his car to let Mr Bar clay go to his home on the highway west of Floyd At the time a car driven by Mr Hill crashed into the Haley truck and injured Mr Barclay as he was getting off the truck Suit was brought against Mr Hill as a repre sentative of the Blood Paint com pany as the first action The paint company made a settlement for 5500 The third case will be tried prob ably during the January term in an action brought by Mr Barclay against Mr Hill personally MASON CITY GLOBEQAZETTE ment furnished the actors for tb program 3 Christmas Programs Given at Charles City CHARLES CIT1 Dec Three Christmas programs were presented today The regular meeting of the Lions club featured the coming hol iday and the regular meeting day of the Rotary club has been advanced from Monday until today when similar program was to be featured This morning the high school as program directed by Arthu chairman presentee Dlckeas Christmas The public speaking depart Rideout Cousin Henrys boy or Join the Grocery Lad One Years Sentence on Assault Charge Is Suspended by Judg CHARLES CITY Dec Schneider pleaded guiltyto assau with intent to do great bodily in jury yesterday and received a sen tence of one year at Fort Madi son penitentiary pronounced b Judge M II Kepler Sentence was suspended on promise that Schncie er leave the city Two weeks ag both Mr and Mrs Schneider becam involved in a neighborhood figh when it was claimed Schnelde knifed severely Jess Peper who trie to be a peacemaker Phil SIcManigal who was ar raigned for forgery yesterday wil have a hearing today He IB chargec with passing several forged checks LaVerne Friend under arrest here was turned over to the sheriff a New Hampton yesterday He will b questioned concerning a robbery a Nashua He is out on parole fo drivingwhile intoxicated Reunions Planned by Charles City Familie CHARLES CITY Dec 22 Among those who will have family reunions for Christmas are Mr and Mrs Chris Hauser who expect their son Milton his wife and baby from Robinson JO their daughter Mrs W E Burkhart with her husband and two children will come from Dubuque and the onJy other child Carl came home from Iowa univer sity Wednesday evening Dr and Mrs A F Kober expect their daughter Mr and Mrs Arthur Kaase and baby of St Paul and their youngest daughterVirginia is expected today from Minnesota uni versity Mr and Jlrs George Hess Mar garet Hess of Hibblng Minn and John Hess of Chicago will spend Christmas with their parents the Rev and Mrs G A Hess Charles Cityan Married to Charles Mullin Reno CHARLES CITY Dec Elizabeth Hidse 900 Clark street announced the marriage of her daughter Grace to Clarence S Mul lin Reno Nev The ceremony was performed Sunday Dec 10 at noon in the Baptist church in Reno by the Rev Mr Thompson Several hundred guests witnessed the cere mony Mrs Mullin is a graduate of the local school and later taught music in the schools here She has been teaching in Reno for the last six years Mr and Mrs Mullin will live in Loma Vista Cal where Mr Mullin is engaged in newspaper work Mrs Hulse could not attend the wedding on account of ill health Mrs Walters Funeral to Be Conducted Saturday CHARLES CITY Dec neral services for Mrs Charles Walters 4T will be held in the Deerfield church Saturday afternoon at 2 oclock with the Rev Mr Buck officiating Burial will be In the Deerfield cemetery Mrs Walters died at her homo three miles from Colwell Wednesday at midnight Injunction Is Sought CHARLES CITY Dec ders and Sanders filed a petition yesterday asking an injunction against the city of Charles City to jrohtbit the officials from molesting the plaintiffs In the erection of a illing atation on lots 3 and 4 in Kellys addition Last May the city council refused a license to the Janders who wanted to build a sta lon on these lots RECEIVER MAY BE NAMED FOR COOP Clark Sets Dairy Marketing Association Hearing for Saturday Hearing in the matter of appoint ing a permanent receiver for the Mason City Cooperative Dairy Marketing association was set for 10 o clock Saturday morning by an action of Judge Joseph J Clark in district court Thursday afternoon The date for the hearing was set in the courts action on a petition alleging that the association was in solvent and that since late in Oct ober Eugene E Kelley its manager had not conducted its ordinary bus iness Frank Emmert plaintiff in the petition asserted that the as sociation owed him and that he was one of several creditors F A Ontjes and Marvin H Wieg man are the attorneys for the plain BECEMBER 22 1938 Even Santa Claus Knows About NRA and Wants Minimum ST LOUIS Dec 22 Even today Santa Claus it developed knows about the NRA A grocery stores Santa Claus elephoned Miss Katherlne Meyer ecretary to T L Gaukel district ompliance director to ask about he minimum wage under the code or grocery employes I think Miss Meyer quoted anta Ciaus as saying that Santa laus should receive at least the linimum Santa Claus didnt say whether e had heard about the NBA at the orth pole or after he came south IN THE RADIO WORLD t Worry Youll Get It In Time If You Get It Tomorrow at Abel Son Inc GIFTS purchased right up to 3 p m closing time to morrow night will be de livered as you order them in time for Christmas giving THE FINAL day ig alway3 a busy one but we have provided for it in our ser vice our stocks and our selling If theres something for a MAN that maybe you have forgotten In the awful rush of things come in if you can telephone 531 it you cant and youll eet SERVICE GIFT CEHTIFICATES ANY AMOUNT FRIDAY DEO 2Z Central sranaanl Time All programs to key ana baolc oalna or groups thtreol unless specified oast to coast c to designation Includes 1 available stations Programs subject to P M NBCIHEAlf NETWORK vtag wcsh wfl wilt wltr wro way ntea tag wcah wtl wilt wfbr wro wgv wbtn TUIO wtam wwj waati MlAwnti Usa wmag wowwdaf wltbt OBTHJVESr AND wlmj p webo KOT crcfefef wptl wwno ivto wjax reJIa waun wlod wffm wmc wab wapl nvoo wxy wfai wbnp hprc woal ktbj ktlw WBOC Icdyl fcglr kBhl IACIFIO COABTkgo kfl kgw komo US kfsd ktar kgu H Beasley Tom for wmaq kail Howard and OlherJ Sketch Days B trial Show Goldbergs Serial Act and to c by Abe Lyman Youngs Orch First to c and Abners Sociable Davis and Orch Denny and Orch Klrbery Baritone VVeems and Orch Sosnlck Orch NETWORK waba wade woko vrcao waab wnac wgr wlibw wkre whk cklw wdro wcau wlp wjas wean wfbl wspd wjsv MldTCtfltt wbbm wfbtn kmbc kmox wono wnaa EAST AND whp wlbw wnec wlbz wfea wore wfcc cfrb ckac wsfa wbrc wqam wdod klra wreo wlac wdsu wtcc krld wrr ktrh ktaa Waco koma wdbo wodx wbt wdae wtar ndbj wTrva wmbg wsja wgl wtnt wmbd wUa wlsn wlbw kth kfab wkbn wcco wabt kit koh ksl RC4 Victor BiAcoustic Radio 8RM fcoln kgb kfro kol Kjny uv Htbk kraj kws hern kdb kgmli Tito Jack Armstrong repeat Memory Lane cadets Male west and only LouU Fanlco TCKII Rangers LOCAL OPTION IS LIQUOR QUESTION Contlnned from Pare 1 Gallagher adding thats real free dom Then let them buy from the bootlegger and give them still more freedom replied Sours Favors Local Optlon Representative McCreery of Linn said that he favors some form of lo cal option and suggested township option Trhe eighteenth amendment was repealed because an invasion of states rights said Representative Cunningham of polk It now is squally right to give the counties the right to say whether or not they want liquor He declared those per sons who favored repeal and were opposd to option were inconsistent If I had my wa personally the state would be dry and really dry said Representative Johnson of Linn a member of the committee Iowa never was dry under the eighteenth amendment I believe the committee feels that th state store idea should fall on the state like manna No state stores would be maintained where not self supporting and I I think this the surest way for op tion and at the same time have uni formity in the law Stop Private Gain T V CAMPBELL Mason City is J one of six lowana appointed as supervisors who will conduct the field work in a nationwide inven tory of American business real property and the analysis of real estate taxation to be conducted by the federal bureau of the census Mr Campbell was recommended for the position by the county central committee of the democratic party Others appointed are Lee Ryan Sioux City Kermith H Smith Cedar Rapids Emery S Petty Council Bluffs Dr David W Rob erts Des Moines and John R Thompson Davenport The inventory will show employ ment payrolls and other factors re lating to retailing wholesaling and the balance of the distribution sec tion of American industry while the real property study is intended to show housing conditions GRANT WOOD TO CHOOSE ARTISTS One of Five Named to Aid in Choosing Quota on CWA Work ST LOUIS Dec 22 Wood of Cedar Rapids is one of Kve persgns named to assist Louis Labeaume president of the board of the St Louis art museum in plac ing a quota of 135 artists in Mis souri Kansas Nebraska and Iowa at work on civil works projects The CWA has set aside 52000000 for the employment of 2500 artists Eighteen artists are at work in St Louis all painters and will receive from to a week for 30 hours work Whatever they produce will be the property of the govern ment Laheaume said that the artists will be given the greatest possible latitude and can paint anything that inspires them in the life we are living weat atuafc on Uie e gera Panics tnldweit VANCE MUSIC CO 114 N Federal Ave Phone 198 Dixie PanJco weal Boake Carter basic Between the weal The Happy Bakera basic Edwin c basic Dixie in West Ttie March o Time to c fitokowskl to c 8 15 Tommy McLaughStn to c OBen and c to c CBS Broadcast c to e Gladys Rice basic JJyrt and Marge repeat Boa well also c laham Jones c to c Liitlft j mtie to e Leon Belasco and Henry Or cheatnur c to c Dance wabc only NBCWJZ NETWORK BASIC East wj wbzvrbal wham kdlta wgar wjr whv wiyr wmal Midwest wcky KJW wenr wla kwk kwcr kcii wtnaa too wkbf NORTHWEST AND wlmj wlba kstp webc wday ktyr crct ctcf wrva wptf WSVBC wls wjax wfja wtod warn wmc wab wapiWjdx wsmb kvoo wky wraa wbap kprc woal ktbs tttha koa kdyl kglr kghl FAC1FU1 Ugo kfl kBW Homo Uhq kfsd ktar TUc Three X Slatera east Singing repeat for wgn Lowell Thomaa Orphan Annie repeat to midwest Amos Andy eiat only Three eaat Potaah and Perlmutter Skit Shutta and OKeefe Orch Dangerous Paradise Skit Red Davtff baste Phil Harris and Orch Phil Baker c to c Frank Blmons Band Concert Mario Corzl Songs to c The Three scamps east Amoa n Andy repeat for west Stars of Autumn alao c Martin c to c Cab Calloway Orch Dance Music Program Saturday a m Service ReporU 7 a Matirn Dr H M Byram a m The Woic Shop B a ro Round Table of Ag riculture Topics 0 a A Nlue Long Evenlnc Ruth Calvin 10 a m Parent Teacher Association Program 11 a m F F A Program Gilbert High EchooL a 771 Publtc School Forum 1 p in News P m Campus Varieties I 1 D A N C E at the ARMORY the uptown dance spot where every one has a time good Buck Shaffer his Singing Band SATURDAY HITE DEC 23 Vff S I 1 1 l I jfiL Fabritz declared that we must eliminate private gain and profit from liquor sales and that the best method to accomplish this is by state stores With the conclusion of Fabritzs the committee rose The house probably will discuss the question next week The house passeda bill try its committee on emergency legislation making it unnecessary for county treasurers to carry forward 1932 un paid taxes on the 1933 list and pro viding that all unpaid taxes which were a Hen on property during 1933 shall continue a lien during 1934 re gardless of failure to carry them forward on the lists The lower branch members pre rtnted Oley Kelson of Slater ser ge antatarms a large vellum bound bok containing more than 100 tele grams of good wishes from the gov ernor state officials and members Presentation was made by Repre sentative Donlon of Palo Alto Adjourn to Wednesday The house also passed a senate concurrent resolution authorizing the interim committee to print 600 additional copies of the summary of the Brookings institutions report for presentation to educational institu tions and libraries Both branches adjourned at noon until 11 a m Wednesday The senate passed seven bills in cluding several of a corrective na ture and some claims and appropria tions measures It approved the senate measure appropriating for the ex penses of the special corporations commissions which prepared the bills for recodifylag Iowas corpora tion lawn Senate approval also was given to a concurrent resolution authorizing the interim committee on reduction of governmental expenditures to print 600 additional copies of the summary of the Broolcings institu tion report for distribution to edu cational institutions and libraries Waverly Brewery Bill The senate passed the bill by Rep resentative Koch legalizing the articles of incorporation of Hciberg Brewing comrmy of Waverly After an hours acrimonious de bate the house deferred action on a resolution urging Secretary of Agriculture Henry A Wallace to speed his investigation Into direct buying of livestock The resolution was submitted by Representative Felter of Warren and 61 other mem bers Deferment was taken to permit discussion of the liquor bills In the senate the problem of tax revision also went over until after the holiday recess It was decided not to resume consideration of the subject today because of the ab sence of a number of members Favors Resolution Felter told the house he believed the resolution should be passed at this time to acquaint Wallace with the fact that the house was behind him Isnt the real purpose of the resolution to throw cold water on H F 176 which would allow the state to regulate direct buying un der the state secretary of agricul ture asked Representative Bon stetter of Kossuth It is not replied Felter Did Mr Espe have anything to do with this asked Bonstetter Ho did not nor did Governor Hening nor Lieutenant Governor Operative Shippers Approve Hospital B1U Carrying house approval the MlllhoneSpeidel bill approving the county quota plan now In effect at the State University hospital at Iowa City for the admission of in digent patients was sent over to the senate for further action Liberalization of the BeattyBen nett mandatory taxreduction law in Its application to municipal fire de partment funds had received final legislative approval The house vote on the measure which previously had passed the senate wss 87 to 13 Introduced by Senator George Wilson of Polk the bill permits mu nicipalities with the approval of the state comptroller to levy a fire pro tection millage for 193334 suffi cient to raise an amount equal to that obtained by the 1930 levy Based on Population The MillhoneSpcidel bill undei which the number pf indigent pa admitteoVfrpni a county would bs based on the Whichthe pop ulation of the county bears to the total population of the state weath ered various amendments before it obtained house approval yesterday by a vote of 96 to 2 The bill also reduces from 55 to 53 the fee received by examining physicians and cuts the pay of at tendants from to 2 a day If tile hospital cannot admit a patient within 30 days of the date of appli cation the county is required to pro vide care for the patient in his borne or at some other hospital Representatives McKinnon of Henry and Zlpse of Ctiickasaw cast the only opposing votes against the bill on final passage THREE SLAYERS ARE EXECUTED Two Go to Chair in Illinois for Murder of Aged Farm Woman CHESTER HI Dec 22 Three Shelby 46 his nephew John Allen 26 and Martin Gray 25 a electrocuted in the southern Illinois penitentiary here early today Shelby andAllen both of Dan ville were executed for the slaying of Mrs Mary Schrader 82 year old Jasper county farm woman in an attempted robbery last August while Gray died for the slaying of Susie Gregory Centralia Negress Shelby who sang in the death chair and shouted Well if I cant sing cut it loose when told he was taking up too much time was the first of the trio to die ROBBER SLAYS MAN AND WIFE President of Cigar Store Chain Active in Politics at St Louis ST LOUIS Dec 22 GRCharles J Ablen 42 president of a com pany operating a chain of cigar stores and his wife Anna 39 were slain early today by a robber who sought to hold them up A police car in the vicinity of the slaying pursued the slayers automobile for several blocks before losing the trail In Ablens pocket police found a letter from liis small son Ablen president and treasurer of Ablen Brothers Cigar and Tobacco company was active in republican politics and in the last municipal campaign was mentioned as a po tential candidate for mayor CHEER FUNDGAINS IN ONE DAY Continued From Page 1 and dimes and represented a large number of individual donations Sixth Graders Give A part of the Garfield gift was 5120 won recently by the sixth grade from the P T A for having the most mothers present in Novem ber The contribution was author ized by vote of the class Two Dances Friday Night Signs pointed to a large crowd at each of the two benefit dances plan ned for Friday night one a modern dance sponsored by the junior divi sion of the Chamber of Commerce in the armory and the other an old time dance sponsored by the Deni son club at its clubhouse in south west Mason City on the north Clear Lake paving Cravens 10 piece orchestra was armory North to furnish music for the dance and Lloyd Wills of wood contributed the services of his 7 piece orchestra for the Denison dance Fund Closes Monday The fund will be brought to close at 10 oclock in the forenoon on Christmas day This means that the time for giving is becoming short The thing to do is to act on that generous Impulse at now Send or bring your contribution to the GlobeGazette office None too small none too large If every body who CAN give WILL give that stocking will be filled to over flowing And Christmas cheer will be asaured in every Mason City home Bids on Charles City Paving to Be Received AMES Dec to be re ceived at the Iowa State Highway commission Jan miles of paving 3 include in Black 1140 Hawk Kraschel was the reply Espe is Knute Espe former sec retary of the Iowa Livestock Co DENY GUILT IN BANK ROBBERY Texas Banker and Lawyer Arraigned for Disposal of Stolen Bonds SAN ANTONIO Tex Dec 22 of not guilty were entered by Z D Bonner former president of the Commercial National bank of Sao Antonio and John H Cunning ham prominent attorney when they were arraigned here late yesterday in connection with the quarter of a million dollar mail robbery in Chicago Deo 6 1932 The men under indictment at Chicago on charges of conspiracy to dispose part of the bonds taken In the robbery demanded a pre liminary hearing which wag set for Jan 12 It was agreed however to take the testimony of Jack W Stahl Chicago postal inspector this after noon so that it would be unneces sary for him to return here in Jan uary Stah has been conducting a secret investigation county and 625 miles of paving in Floyd county on U S road IS in Charles City Will Distribute Cnndy DECORAH Dec candy and fruit will be distributed to morrow afternoon at the municipal Christmas tree at the Legion Christmas party for the children of Wlnneshlek county The scouts will sing Christmas carols around the tree and the Decorah Municipal band will play during the party A parade led by Santa Claus will start at 1 oclock A sight to make the gods laugh A person like Hitler telling a per son like Einstein where to head in Times HOLIDAY BUS FARES ItATES REDUCED AS MUCH AS NO tUIIT ON ROUND TRIP stay as long as you like Modern heated buses assure No extra charge for small trunk or hand baggage PHONE 07 for rates and schedules everywhere Jefferson Transportation Company BUS Depot IG First Street S W Mason Ctiy An argument arose between AdjutantGeneral Frank D Henderson state ad ministrator of the CWA In Ohio and Harry 1 Hopkins national administrator after the CWA complaints committee at Toledo announced it had reports of men quitting work in private in dustry to take CWA jobs at higher pay Associated Press Lindberghs Present Airplane to Museum NEW YORK Dec 22 American Museum of Natural His tory announced Thursday that Col and Mrs Charles A Lindbergh had presented to the museum the mon oplane in which they completed a 29000 mile aerial survey on Tuesday State health bulletin warns against kissing as a means of com municating colds But it must mean Platonic kisses The others burn up the Newfi FARMERS HOLD OMAHA MEETING Resolution Urging Action to Alter Livestock Buying Method Planned OMAHA Dee 22 A resold lion recommending that action be taken to alter direct feeding and buying of livestock by packing houses was expected to be approved by midwestern farmers at a maua meeting this afternoon and rusliefJ to Washington for presentation to Secretary of Agriculture Wallace The meeting Is attracting farmers from Iowa Kansas Missouri an Nebraska and plans were made to seat a crowd of 35000 The session will get under way soon after Secretary Wallace begin a conference at Washington with farm group leaders on possible fed eral action to achieve the same ob jects The farmers assembled heiv seek an increase in livestock rates Kenney Present Present were H G Kenney of the Nebraska farm union who was unable to attend the Washing ton meeting He has suggested that the gov ernment peg the price of hogs at 13 to 1 with corn and urged that Wallace order the cessation of di rect buying by packers The latter suggestion Kenney said was made in the oelief that such action wouk probably be the most effective im mediate move to raise hog prices Government Operation Ho added that this failing 1 suggest the alternative of govern ment operation of packing opera tions of packing houses and buying hogs at a flat price which should be above S6 In regard to Ms 13 to 1 sugges tion Kenney said one hundred pounds of pork must be worth v much on the farm as 13 bushels o corn it the farmer is to break even He added that while he bad before advocated price pegging the government has already pegged the price of corn if it doesnt peg the price of hogs thousands of Nebraska farmers will be forced to the wall Merry Christmas in Every One These good cigars will make him happy CHARLES DENBY LA FENDRICH or EMERSON Theyll say Merry Christmas in a cheery way Various size holiday wrapped LLOYD LIESENBERC CO CitV Ill Deliver COAL Saturday Old Santa has families on his list that would appreciate a ton of COAL for Christmas Wouldnt you like to cheer the hearts of a certain family group Just call a ton of good coal will be delivered Saturday Carbon King Dixie Gem Elkhorn Lump Pocahontas Blue Diamond priced FULLERTON LUMBER O FRANK MELIUS FOURTH ST S W It would be grand to greet every one of you personally shake your hand and wish you a Merry Christmas That is impossible but any extend our warm Christmas greet ing May you enjoy the merriest of Jlerry Christmases and may health and happiness attend you throughout the coming year NORTHWEST SAVINGS BANK Mason City Iowa   

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