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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 7, 1934, Mason City, Iowa                                TWO MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE At Mason City THEATERS COSIEDY IN CITY Lightcomedy runs through the entire story of the picture Con vention City which plays through FMday at the Cecil theater A poten tial cast including Joan Blondell Adolphe Menjou Dick Powell Mary Astor Guy Kibbee Patricia EIia and the straightfaced Frank Mc Hugh feature this picturization of the employes of a rubber company in attendance at their annual na tional convention in Atlantic City Amusing perdicaments are frequent when the party gets settled in the resort hotel and assumes the holi day attitude usual at such meet ings Cradle Song starring Dorothea Wleck and Evelyn Venable playa through Friday at the Palace on the same bill with The Man Who Dared The first picture is un doubtedly an excellent vehicle for Miss Wleck affording her almost unlimited opportunities to display her talents as an emotional actress IK the role of a nun in a Spanish FARKEIi AIAN DINEHART SUPERTHRILLS picked from a hundred spectacular truelife dramas and packed Into one sensational Cartoon Novelties IOWA NOW ANT THTJKS Mat 13c Eve 20c Children lOc convent If one appreciates fin portrayals and perfect mechanic in acting this picture should pro vide superlative entertainment Preston Foster another fin actor is cast as the man who dare in the picture by that name Thi film is an approximately accurat biography in brief of Anton Cer mak following him from his earl struggles for existence through hi successes and finally to his deal at the hands of an assassin whil in company of the president in Florida Zita Johann plays opposit Foster BLOOD MONEY IS TYPICAL BANCROFT FILM George Bancroft stern uncom promising driving snaps his wa through Blood Money In his uaua style As Bailey the bail bond king he is Ideal This la his first picture for almost two years but he hai lost none of his effectiveness Thii is class A entertainment and is be ing shown for the first time in Ma son City Wednesday and Thursday at the Strand theater Pat OBrien Glenda Fartell Bette Davis Lewis Stone and Allen Jen iina combine their talents to make Bureau of Missing Persons one ol the best pictures of its type to be released Within the last several nonths The subject matter is inter esting and the story is told in a fas cinating manner bythe fine work of the cast Tills production plays Wednesday and Thursday at the Iowa Roman Scandals Eddie Can tors latest picture begins a four day run Saturday at the Cecil the ater The supporting cast taclifdes Ruth Etting Gloria Stuart and Da vid Manners and plenty of slave girls MAN TO COME TO PALACE One the most amazing produc uons ever released by a motion pic ure company is The Invisible Man which begins a four day en agement Saturday at the Palace The picture was adapted from H G Wells fantastic story and required extensive research into photogra phic possibilities before the scenes could be accurately taken One can readily appreciate that an Invisible man might prove to be a bit diffi cult to photograph The second fea ure on thia program stars Lew Ayers and June Knight in Cross ountry Cruise another picture PRESTON FOSTER ZlTA JOHANN MARSH CECIL Starts Today Nolonqlt hilorioui hit GREAT LAUGH STARS BLONDELL ADOLPHE MENJOU O I C K POWELL ASTOR GUV KI B 8 E E McHUGH PATRICIA ELLIS B U T K 0UNNELLY HERBERT S H t I I A TEBRY FARMERS DAUGHTERS BEWARE The worlds smoothest traveling sales men are in town for the most convuls ing convention in history See the convention sweeties do their stuff VENTION CITY Added MHIS Brothers and Musical fo for mere giggles nt this one long EDDIE CANTOR in FEBRUARY 1934 which takes place upon a transcon tinental bus v War on the Itouge ivlth Tom Tyler in the leading role plays Fri day and Saturday at the Strand This is a typical western picture Tim McCoy Is featured in Police Car 17 which shows Friday and Saturday at the Iowa Evalyn Knapp provides the sex appeal This picture deals with life of a radio squad car patrolman U S MUCH BETTER LIKED IN SWEDEN from page 3 program of the Roosevelt admini stration and the socialist press is openly pleased and admiring Some at least of the misunder standing which exists regarding Americana ia due to the absence of high pressure publicity methods in Sweden with the result that news of Americans competing in pan cake eating contests and the like is too often received and accepted at face value American motion pic tures likewise not infrequently are taken seriously as being a cross section of actual life in America Proand OJ Lindbergh One of Swedens chief sources of pride on the other hand is the list of Americans with Swedish blood such as Colonel Charles Lindbergh who have woninternational fame In addition to Colonel Lindbergh Americans of unusual popularity in Sweden include a long list of mo tion picture stars especially such comedy artists as Laurel and Hardy A number ofAmerican writers are widely popular President Roosevelt is on the whole held in high es teem FARM COLLEGES TO GET MORE AID Roosevelt Restores Cut in Vocational Extension Operations WASHINGTON Feb 7 President Roosevelt Tuesday re stored by executive order the 25 per cent curtailment of the agri culture departments vocational ex tension operations imposed last summer About 3000000 a year was esti mated as the cost to the govern ment Todays order means that 25 per cent more funds will he made avail able immediately for cooperative education and rehabilita ion work payments for agricultur al experiment stations cooperative agricultural extension work and en lowmentand maintenance of col eges for the benefit of agriculture and the mechanic arts The polar regions of Mars are be ieved to have Ice caps much like he same regions of the earth 5 T O P SUITS and TOPCOATS 25 ABEL SON INC That MS Wolf of Wall Street haclt on the screen again SENATORS HEAR OCONNOR CLARK Committee Studies Plan fo Probe of Insurance Department DES MOINESFeb 7 bers of the senate Insurance com mittee today were considering state ments given at a hearing on a hous concurrent resolution providing fo an investigation of the state insur ance department Appearing before the commute late yesterday were Frank A OConnor Dubuque attorney E VV Clark state insurance commissione and Philip eiess first deputy com missloner and Representative Elme A Johnson of Linn of the house in surance committee SenatorIrving H Knudson o Ellsworth chairman of the senate committee said that he planned tc have another meeting of the com mittee during the day The resolution which passed the house Dec 4 by a vote of 82 to 13 provides for a Joint committee of three senators and three reprcsen tatives J The resolution specifically directs the committee to investigate the insurance department of the state of Iowa and any other sources tha they may find necessary with par ticular regard to a disclosure and development of all facts in connec tion with or In any manner relatec to the merger of the Modern Brotherhood of America with the Independent Order of Foresters o Toronto Canada and any and al complaints reflecting upon the said department and any of the officials thereof and any further and other independent Investigation aa sale committee shall deem in the public interest The committee also is requested under the resolution to discover any omissions or weaknesses in the in surance laws and make recommen dations to the legislature FARMERS TO GET BILLION DOLLARS Continued from rage i also would h distributed through out the year but has not been allo cated by periods According to the various pro grams now under way the total will 3e expended as follows Corn and logs 367055630 wheat 8102i 724 cotton 5173220620 tobacco corn loans 721 Of the corn loans all but f77 will be made to mid we stern farmers since practically all of the surplus corn available for storage under seal is In those states Iowa in Lear mldweatern states also will recoive a lions share of he wheat payments 552683161 vhiie those in western states will receive 520255415 Iowa would lead all other states by a wide margin with scheduled to be paid Hawkeye farm ers Other high ranking states would Include Illinois Texas Nebraska 59 204588 Minnesota Mis souri Kansas 569 and Indiana Of the Iowa total would come from payments in the cornhog program Illinois would re ceive from cornhog payments Nebraska Minnesota and Missouri Bomb Only Sign of Disorder in Havana With Strike Called HAVANA Feb 7 huge bomb set off at dawn today badly damaged showrooms of the Cuban Electriccompany on Galiono street but was the only disorder in con nection with a called general strike which scarcely affected the capital Only a few unions including dry cleaners and oilmen joined striking employees of the electric company tobaccoista dockworkers and news papermen GEORGE BANCROFT FRANCES DEE The Underworld man KO tough he laughed nt he law Special Added Attraction Bing Crosby in DREAM HOUSE STARTS OV SATLRIXiVS MID nlte Sundny and Monday JANET CAVNOR ln ICAHNEB HAVTEI Paddy California Police in Hunt for Iowa Man Lost Since Jan 1 GLENDALE Cal Feb 7 Glendale police today were search ing for Neil Hodges 25 publishing house representative from Burling ton Iowa who disappeared New Years day The request for the search camf from Hodges sister Mrs R H Uifelman who wrote from Bur lington that her brother was miss ing According to police Hodges failed to keep an appointment in Los Angeles with Miss Ellen Shryock Memorial Craftsmen Elect New Officers DES MOINES Feb 7 liam I Hearshman of Des Moines was elected president of the Iowa Memorial Craftsmen Other offi cers include Walter Krebs Cedar Rapids E T Metz Ottumwa E E Williams Clarinda W W Metz Burlington C D Peterson Harlan and Barney Archer Perry Captain of Shio and Crew of Four Lost HAMBURG Germany Feb 7 captain and the crew of four were lost when the German tanker Stormvogel exploded Monday in the North with a cargo of gasoline aboard it was learned today EXPRESIDENT TO BE FRENCH CHIEF Continued from page 1 smashing with their clubs their sabres and with their horses they cleared the square Close behind the scrapping police followed detachments of riot duty firemen with military pre cision and with the military training which is their lot Firemen Put Out Blazee The firemen went after the bon fires and in a few moments the flames were extinguished But the mob itself although rout id was not broken it surged back ward fighting every step ofthe way toward the Madeleine church here another group of rioters was holding out untamed by repeated police charges The premiers decision marked the passing of the fifth government since Jan 28 1933 It was the second resignation for Daladier in the same period he having resigned a previous premier ship last Oct 24 after succeeding Joseph PaulBoncour in January Daladier was followed at that time by Albert Sarraut who lasted from Oct 27 to Nov 23 Sarraut in turn waa succeeded by Camille Chau temps who held office from Nov 27 until Jan 27 when DalatJier suc eeded him Official Casualty List The government issued an offi cial casualty list for yesterdayas follows civilians civilians 180 police 130 mounted republican guards 100 mobile guards Unofficial estimates placed the death list at from 12 to 50 Other statistics showed 14000 lolice had battled 50000 civilians until 4 a m The streets were deserted after iat hour but at noon today crowds began reassembling Their ominous rumblings fore ihadowed the resumption of rioting Follca Are Jeered The police were jeered on the xmlevards and on the squares There were frequent cries of Assassins As the crowd grew more dense he police were reinforced in an ef fort to carry out antiassembly or ders Issued last night by Eugene minister of the interior Opposition deputies gathered In he chamber lobby to discuss vhether they should ask the cabi net to resign despite the fact that he chamber gave Premier Edouard Daladier three votes of confidence yesterday A delegation of war veterans rent to President Lebrun asking him that for the countrys sake h induce Daladier to retire Decides to Resign As menacing crowds gathered Premier Daladier announced his de cision to resign Previously he conferred with President Lebrun with the minis ters of his cabinet and with th presidents of the senate and of th chamber His lined face showed care Op positlonists made it plain that thej considered him responsible for au thorizing the troops and police t fire on the people last night Grimly he heard the crowds crj Resign Hesign Occasionally the shout was heard Assassin And there was another more ominous shout Now we know what to do We also are armed Office Workers Shout Office workers leaned from their windows shouting Assassin anc Down with Daladier The news that Daladier and his ministers had resigned spreac through the crowd like a flash Im mediately Gaston Doumergue for mer president was mentioned every where as a leader who might form a solid national union cabinet Daladier summoned his ministers or a cabinet session at 4 p m in the foreign office Since under French procedure ministers retain their duties until heir successors actually take of fice the Daladier cabinet waa to map the government course to cope with any violence which might break out tonight Illness of Johnson Delays Hearing on 30 HourWeek Bili WASHINGTON Feb 7 ause Hugh S Johnson NRA ad ministrator was ill Chairman Con uery today postponed until tomor ow the opening before the house aborcommittee of hearings on his 30 hour week bill A crowd waa disappointed John on was to have been questioned about the employmentproblem Connery did not know when John on would appear William Green iresMent of the American Federa ion of labor is to testify tomorrow owan Found Guilty in Shooting Brother DES MOINES Feb 7 Garrison 81 was found guilty by a district court jury of manslaugh ter for the shooting of his brother Harold 15 Judge Frank Shanklond will pass sentence next Tuesday SENATE PASSES 3 POINT TAX ACT Continued from page 1 placement for most of the present state levy It also by adopting an amend ment by Senator George Wilson 0 Polk authorized the state board of assessment and review to an ticlpate the revenue to be raised and to reduce the 1935 state tax levy by the anticipated amount The compromise amendments ap proved also changed the retal sales tax from a flat 2 per cent to a graduated scale of from one per cent to two and a half per cent and made the entire sales tax sec tion of the measure selfexpiring on June 30 1936 Distribute Revenue A flat two and a half per cent tax is provided for the sales of elec tricity gas and water Or otller uti ity service and also on amusement admissions The sales tax would become effec tive April 1 1934 and the net in ax be Payable March in for calendar 1934 and senate proponents agreed that only about Would be available when the first receipts of the bill are distributed The distribution of revenue for the full year under present provisions will include for the cost of administration for poor relief to the state general fund to replace the millage levy on property and about to be allocated back to the counties and in turn to the taxpayers on the basis of assessed valuation of prop erty Ale Arthur Votes No The vote on the Hicklin amend ment to strike out the self a epealer on the retail sales tax was as fol ows Ayes Bennett Booth Garden Coykendall Hick in Husted Irwin Reese Shangle Stanley Topping Tripp Weuner Noes Ascheu irenner Baldwin Beardsley Byers alhoun Chrystal Eithon Prailey Jeske Harrington Hill Hopkins Hush Klemme Knudson Leo Mc Arthur Meyer Miller of Buchanan foore Mullaney Nelson Patterson endray Ritchie Roelofa Schmidt itevens of Decatur Valentine and Vilson Absent or not voting isch Miller of Jones Stevens of Wapello Kimberly Officers of Circle Installed GREENE Feb of tfcKinley circle L of G A R were nstalled by the retiring president Mrs E D Wilder with Mrs F Ki ell as installing conductress The resident is Mrs Emma Perry EXPENSES PASS 2 BILLION MARK More Than 5 Billion Left to Be Spent Between Now and June 30 WASHINGTON Feb 7 Government expenditures on this fiscal years emergency recovery costs today passed the two billion dollar mark This leaves more than 000000 to be spent between now and June 30 to equal budget esti mates of 57523000000 for emer gency expenditure in the 1823 fis cal year The exact figure of emergency expenditures on Feb 5 the latest available was 52009876 070 of which 51056050289 was by the Re construction corporation Total expenditures for the fiscal year including routine government costs amounted to The huge profit on devaluation of the gold dollar left a surplus on the treasury books of but experts still expect the government to borrow nine billion between now and the end of June That would change todays sur plus to a more than 7000000000 deficit Man Held After Auto Crash at Parkersburg ALLISON Feb driven by Ed B McGuire of Chicago presi dent of the HamlerBotler Tank company and James E Card of Vlarion collided Tuesday afternoon miles east of Parkersburg 2ard was arrested and arraigned isfore Justice of the Peace Ed rieshner of Parkersburg on a charge of driving while drunk In default of bond Card who was held o the grand jury waa placed in the Butlor county jail The Packard driven by McGuire was badly dam aged No one was injured f LOVE GOOD FOOD AND EAT J WHAT I LIKE THANKS TO There Is one but to prova the prompt relief Bell ana eivts That Is to try It for yourself B ellana ia perfectly harmJem yet bring prompt relief even in severe cases Since 1837 Trial U NRA BELLANS OR INDIGESTION VJJ UJLV cLk for 1934 with any Car at any Price TO 3 MORE MILES PER GALLON than last yer model Lott yeari Port was a decidedly economical car Thia years Ford IB even more it devclapa 1 full 12 mare horsepower I MORE cylinders give the Ford V8 for 1934 an effortless flow of power Flashing pickup Expensive car smoothness Due they do1 not mean greater gasoline consumption This car is the most economical Ford that has ever been built TheFord V8 for 1934 goes 2 to 3 miles per gallon farther than last years economical model At a speed of 45 mUes per hour it travels 20 miles to the gallon of gasoline as proved by exhaustive tests But fuel consumption is only one Ford economy Aluminum cylinder heads and aluminumalloy pistons virtually ban carbon formation Tungsten steci exhaust valveseat inserts make valve grind ing practically unnecessary Redesigned springs reduce the need for frequent lubrication Brakes need relining less frequently because the Ford V8 foe 1934 has greater braking surface per pound of weight than any car we know of And there are other reasons for Ford economy Most important of all is Ford resale value The rec ord of many years shows that you get more trade in value for the miles you do not use when you buy a Ford than from any other car made Before you buy any car at any price drive the Ford V8 for 1934 HERE IS THE FftMOUSPord V8 the only V8 engine in a cor selling far lees than 2393 Notice the aluminum cylinder heads that Inereaie effi ciency and practically eliminate carbon Notice the new dual downdraft carburetor which In creases power gives greater gasoline mileage IOWA FORD DEALER The Car without a Price Class Many features of theFord Car are found in no other Car under Other features of the Ford Car are found in no other forinstance the V8 engine Ford is the onlyCar under 000 with a V8 engine the type of engine that holds the worlds automobile speedboat and airplane speed records Buy a Ford V8 and yo get a car of proved dependability Buy a Ford and you get IMMEDIATE DELIVERY LISTEN to the Ford program Columbia Network Sundays p m Thursdays p Waring and guest artists C t C AND UP F o B DBTROJT Term through UaiLmal Credit JAJ IMMEDIATE DELIVERY for1934   

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