Mason City Globe Gazette, February 8, 1936

Mason City Globe Gazette

February 08, 1936

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 8, 1936, Mason City, Iowa MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE FEBRUARY 8 193S THREE REPORT CLARK TO RUN FOR SENATE Des Moines Man Expected to Oppose Dickinson in G 0 P Race By GEORGE MILLS Iowa Daily Press Bureau DES Clark Des Moines attorney is preparing to jump into the republican primar ies to battle Senator L J Dickin son for the G O P senatorial nom ination according to reports from authoritative sources Clark who was a candidate for senator in the 1926 primaries would neither confirm nor deny the report here Saturday He was in the 1926 race against former Senators Smith W Brookhart and A B Cummins but withdrew Brookhart was nom inated and later elected Senator Dickinsons nomination papers are in circulation while Dr George Chancy also of Des Moines already has announced his candi dacy for the senatorship Four Out of Six If Clark enters the fray and if Congressman Hubert Utterbacks announcement for the democratic nomination for United States sen ator is made next week as expected the city of Des Moines will have four of the six aspirants in the field hattling for the position In addition to Clark and Chaney Gov Clyde L Herring who has an nounced his senatorial candidacy and Utterback are residents of the capital city Senator Dickinson is from Algona and Samuel D Whit ing s third candidate for the demo cratic nomination for senator lives in Iowa City Hammill and Brookhart While no announcement has been made one way or the other reports here have it that former Gov John Hammill will not run for senator Former Senator Brookhart contin ues to puzzle most observers Some times he is heard of as a candidate for senator at other times as a can didate for governor and finally that he will not figure in the Iowa political picture at all this year Reports that Floyd Page of Deni son who directed the liquor investi gation during the last session of the legislature would be a candidate for attorney general on the republican ticket also have been heard Robert Shaw of Sigourney and H E David son of Clarinda are in the field for the republican attorney general nomination MASON CITY SCREEN ATTRACT MILLIONS IN THE AIR STARRING JOHN HOWARD THIS IS A SCENE FROM THE MOTION PICTURE RECORD BI1SG CROSBY JOAN BENNETT AND MARY BOLAND ARE i Miubioivs ii itii AIK SXAKUUMU IUHIN HUVVAIIU featured players in Two for Tonight attraction opening at the of Frank Bucks latest jungle picture Fang and Clau now Wendy Barrie and Willie Howard Is one of the two pictures now lioinp irday continuing through the Palace theater The double feature program also includes Mil featured at the Palnce theater Frank Bucks Fang and Claw is the Strand on the midnight show Satur Tuesday lions in 1he Air with Wendy Barrie second on the hill At Mason City THEATERS B U J p ROSE MARIE IS OUTSTANDING HIT Replete with haunting music a tender love story and magnificent photography of natural outdoor backgrounds Rose Marie start ing Saturday at the Cecil prom ises to toe one of the outstanding musical productions of the year Nelson Eddy and Jeanette Mac Donald who won national acclaim in Naughty Marietta have the leading roles in Rose Marie Eddy CURRENT FEATURES Saturday Rose Marie PAL A C E Starts Saturday Fang and Claw and Mil lions in the Air Saturday Un known Woman and Bulldog Coiiriijrr Starts Sunday Two for Tonight Saturday Rustl ers Paradise and Our Daily Bread Starts Sunday Ship mates Forever THE SCENE OF THE FEATURE DANCE OF ROSE MARIE KNOWN AS THE TOTEM POLE number The stars ot the production are Nelson Edd y and Jeanette MacDonald inset above This picture is now showing at the Cecil through Tuesday RUBY HEELER AND DICK POWELL ARE COSTARRED IN SHIPMATES FOREVER STIRRING romance of the U S Naval Academy showing Sunday Monday and Tuesdayq at the State theater An other feature of the weekend program is March nf Time portraying Sergeant Bruce mem ber of the Royal Canadian Mounted police while Miss MacDonalcl is an opera star who is traveling the wilds in disguise in search of her SEE Our 6 Volt Battery Radios Special Prica Central Auto Electric Co New Location Next to Fire Station PHONE 494 dissolute brother wlio is a fugitive from justice All outdoor scenes are filmed in the beautiful mountainlake dis tricts of the Sierra Nevadas Supporting players include James Stewart Reginald Owen Allan Jones Lucien Littlefield and scores of extras In her latest picture Lady of Secrets billed for Wednesday and Thursday at the Cecil Ruth Chat terton is supported by Otto Kruger Lionel A twill Marian Marsh Lloyd Nolan and Robert Allen MAJOR BOWES UNIT BILLED SOON AT CECIL Unit No 5 of Major Bowes fa mous amateur stage shows has been obtained as one of the feature pro grams to be shown at the Cecil in the next few weeks Watch for fur ther announcements about the Ma jor FRANK BUCK FILM WITH FASTMOVING MUSICAL Fang and Claw fascinating jungle film made on Frank Bucks most recent expedition to the wilds of the Malay peninsula began a four day run Saturday at the Pal ace with Millions in the Air fast moving musical studded with the brightest comedy stars of Broad way and Hollywood and featuring the dancing of Eleanore Whitney called by her instructor Bill Robin son the fastest tap dancer in the world The Frank Buck picture contains just as many thrills as the other picture does laughs Willie Howard the same Willie who brought forth the howfs of glee as Pancho Speigelglass in Rose of the Rancho stayed in the film1 capital long enough to inject his share of merriment into Millions in the Air Shipmates Forever starting Sunday at the State puts the me lodious Dick Powell in the naval academy at Annapolis where who should turn up but Ruby Keeler Stirring songs inspiring films of the various types of formal drill by the midshipmen and a story of a plebes rebellion at the strict dis cipline are woven into an interest ing picture Ross Alexander and John Arledge handle supporting roles well Two for Tonight and I Wish I Were Aladdin Bing Crosby and loan Bennett have the leading roles in Two for Tonight thoroughly amusing com edy which tops the Strands bill Sunday Monday and Tuesday The supporting cast shines with such stars as Ernest Cossart greatest of stage and screen butlers Lynne Overman suave Broadway player Mary Boland and the late Thelma Todd Songs sung by Crosby in this picture are Without a Word of Warning From the Top of Your j Head to the Tip of Your Toes 1 Takes Two to Make a Bargain 3rd of Brothers Dies on Lake Mills Farm LAKE services were planned for Saturday after noon at Silver Lake church for Knut Nysteun 71 who died on Tuesday at his home in Silver Lake Mr Nysteun was a brother to Tom Nysteun who died Dec 31 and Gilbert who died Jan 1 Knut Ny steun is survived by a wife and sev eral children Marvin Oakland Named Buttermaker at Rake RAKE Marvin Oakland has been hired as buttermaker at the local creamery L B Cash butter maker here for 10 years resigned and accepted the position as but termaker and manager at the Farmers Cooperative creamery at Clear Lake Mr and Mrs Cash plan to move to Clear Lake about Feb 10 TWO MEN GET IN HOLDUP Armed Bandits Take Money From Oil Station at Charles City CHARLES CITY Two well dressed young men in their twen ties walked into the WNAX ser vice station at 7 oclock Friday night with guns arid pushed Elgin Robeson who was alone into a washroom They took from the till and walked away There were no clews to the men Robeson and George Venger own the station 4th District VFW to Hold Decorah Meeting will he host to all the V F W posts in the fourth Iowa district Feb 23 An af ternoon and evening program are planned for the meeting which will be held in the V F W hall State and district officers are expected to attend and many members of nearby posts The entertainment committee is planning an elaborate program for the guests Buys Lakota Market SWEA Pearson purchased the Sturdevant meat market at Lakota Mr Pearson has been associated with C A Linde meat market here for 10 years OLSON ACCUSED BY M Lent Ad and Assistance to Gangland Claims Chicago Publisher COLUMBUS as sertion that he lent aid and assist ance to gangland in its campaign of murdering editors and all who cross its path Jay before Gov Floyd Olson of Minnesota Saturday Col Robert McCormick publish er of the Chicago Tribune said the machine gun slaying of Walter Lig jett colorful Minneapolis editor vas an instance of subvcrters and ultraradicals endeavoring to de stroy the freedom of the press nnd to overthrow our form of govern ment In Minneapolis he told the Ohio Newspaper association Fri day night you find gangland mur dering editors and all who cross its path Yon find an ultraradical gov ernor lending aid and assistance to gangland in its campaign Liggett1 widow testifying in the trial of Isadorc Kid Cann Blu menfeld former bootlegger for Liggetts killing asserted her hus band must have been slain with Governor Olsons permission BartelJs Funeral Is Conducted Near Chapin services for Harm Frederick Bartells were held Friday afternoon at the German Reformed church west of Chapin and burial was made in the church cemetery Mr Bartells died Tues day noon at the home of his step son the Rev Johann Schmidt He wag 78 years of age and spent most of his life in North Dakota until re cently with the Rev Mr Schmidt Fable Once a wife asked her hus band How is your cold this mom ing And he didnt cough to show Inn Tribune At CIIPC The nite Saturday Feb 8 DON STRICKLAND AND HIS ORCHESTRA Lots of Entertainment Besides a Wonderful Band S S Tax 11C Included Old Time Dance Every Friday Modern Dance Every Saturday Cab Galloway AND HIS ORCHESTRA COMING FEBRUARY 19th Advance tickets will be on sale at the Surf tonight Begins Ice Harvest D U M 0 N T Charles Ritzman beer parlor operator commenced harvesting ice Friday It is 26 inches thick and of good quality Midnite Show Tonite Continues Sun Mon Tues Youll tingle to the tuneful tri umph of thoie 5 i ss i p p i1 sweetheortil COMEDY Mickey Mouse Cartoon Novelty and News Mary Lynne Overman Thelma Todd Last Times Tonight TIM McCOY COURAGE MARIAN MARSH in UNKNOWN WOMAN BUCK JONES in The Roaring West and NEWS ea ca 0i LAST TIMES TONITE See 2 Hits Late Show Tonite Come as Late as HARRY CAREY Rustler Fail to Sec This Working Mans Picture OUR DAILY The Last Chapter of TARZAIS7 Starts DICK UBY KEII HIT THE DECK WITH DANCING FEET AS DICK AND RUBY AND UNCLE SAMS MIDSHIP MEN ROLL IN ON A GALE OF LAUGHTER IB COMPANION HIT 9 89 lOc News From All Over the World Till At Last St Starts Today YOUVE READ ABOUT IT YOUVE TALKED ABOUT IT NOW YOU CAN SEE IT ITS THE FIRST SHOWING IN Northern Sowa Special Late Show Tonight A COMlLETE PROGRAM WILL BEG1V AT 10 p M Cheers for This Duo of Melody and Romance Haimttnc mPtniHps nfchfs of rove virile ml venture nnd ay romance fis Rose Jlnrif flcrs from lh world of r i n v n t i n lo the of a rnMititir she scarcely hut whose the Innprunce of Invcl The singing etftia of Naughty Special Sunday Matinee 26e Until 3 P M NOW SHOWING t i BACK ALIVE from the blistering heat of a cruel land with a ton of thrills beyond belief GREAT SHOWS A breafhfessl camera record of man against the jungle y filmed in the face of sudden death to give you the thrill of a lifetime An avalanche of amateurs in one mighty bid for fame John Howard Windy Borrit Willis Howard Eleanors Whitnsy Benny Boktr Gtorgt Barbler ;

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