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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 25, 1937, Mason City, Iowa                                VFWPLANTO ATTEND SESSION Fourth District Meeting to Be Held at Decorah on Sunday Delegations from the San Juan post and its auxiliary of the Vet erans of Foreign Wars plan to at tend the fourth district meeting of the organization at Decorah Sun day A visit to Niagara cave is scheduled as part the trip Those planning to attend are Commander Seba Vail the post and Mrs Harry Ditch of the aux iliary Harry Ditch Mr and Mrs Reese Henderson Mr and Mrs George Payne Mr and Mrs Mat Banon Mr and Mrs Phillip De Cou Mr and Mrs Arnold D Til ton Mrs Barbara Melch Mrs Molli Carson Mrs Anna Jar vis Mrs Emma Duncan Mrs Sarah Crawford Alfred Standard and Otto Englebretson Automobiles will meet at the V F W clubrooms at 8 oclock Sunday morning Apicnic dinner will be provided by auxiliary members Anyone wishing to at tend has been asked to telephone Commander Vail or Mrs Ditch The meeting at Decorah will get under way at oclock with a joint session At 3 oclock the two organizations will hold their busi ness sessions A banquet will be held at the Masonic hall at oclock Contracts Let to Finish Relocation of Highway No 30 DES MOINES Iowa Highway commission has let contracts for completion of relo cation of highway 30 in Tama county which is expected to shorten the route from Des Moines to Cedar Rapids and Clinton approximately 24 to 25 miles The commission has also com pleted and sent to the federal bu reau of public roads in Omaha plans for completion of paving be tween Melbourne and highway 30 on highway 88 which is expected to shorten the paved route from Des Moines to Marshalltown 17 to 18 miles over the present avail able route via highway 65 through Ames and Colo Preliminary work may be com pleted on this project in time for paving this fall Return to Homes Lute Larson Olie Olson from Oswego 111 and Otto Mattison and son Ivan from Sheridan III returned to their homes Thursday after visiting at the Peter G Olson home the past veekSv ATTENTION To keep your summer shoes looking pretty bring them here for proper cleaning and rebuilding service CENTRAL SHOE SHOP 117 South Federal Phone 478 THE SODA GRILL Come in and cool off The Soda Grill is completely aircondi tioned Cool fresh air all the time Chicken Chow Mein We make the genuine Its simply delicious Enjoy it here where its cool or take home any quan tity you want and serve your fam ily and guests Reasonably priced II Grill 16 South Federal Ave MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE JUNE 25 WM 1937 Concertina Troupe at Sheffield Above is shown the Peters Tyroler Worlds Famous Concertina troupe from Germany which will play at the Sheffield hall Mon day evening The vaudeville concert starts at oclock ana the dance at 9 oclock SEES SERIOUS TROUBLE AHEAD Institute Speaker Believes CoOperative Move to Be Opposed AMES Watson professor of education at Colum bia University told the American Institute of Cooperation and the Iowa Country Life Institute here Friday that if the cooperative ever really goes to town and is ever anything other than a sweet soothing syrup in our economy there is serious trouble the same sort of trouble that is taking place in our steel mills now The American people refuse to accept responsibility for the result ot our school system ol the past which has taught the public to live under fascism and not democracy Watson declared We must close the gap be tween what we produce and what we can produce he said we can do this only by transferring ownership from the hands of a few to the hands of the masses Such transition bitterly opposed as it will be can be done only by mass education to such measures PWA Reports Order Limiting Grants on Projects Is Lifted WASHINGTON pub lic works administration an nouncedrevocation of an adminis trative order which for several months had limited PWA grants almost entirely to the money paid relief labor on projects With the revocation issued by assistant administrator Horatio B Hackett PWA loans and grants will revert to the 4555 per cent basis permitting grants of 45 per cent of the cost of a pro ject and loans to covetthe re mainder The revoked order had limited grants to 115 per cent of the re lief labor payrolls Under the new policy sponsors will be en couraged but riot required to make use of all available relief labor Field Secretary of Planning Board in Address Over KGLO Floyd H Corliss field secre tary tor the Iowa State Planning board appearing in Mason City for the Northeast Iowa planning conference discussed the purposes of such conferences in a talk over KGLO Thursday evening Mr Corliss mentioned how similar conferences held at At lantic and Centerville had pro duced concrete results in the launching of new programs in line with doing the things which should be done to give Iowa the highest possible development and bring to her people the highest possible degree of welfare convenience and comfort Held for Attack on 95 Year Old Towan SIDNEY Rey nolds Jr 20 of Hamburg is in the county jail here pending a hearing Monday in connection with the robbery June 10 ot Wil liam Hyclinger 95 Hamburg Civil war veteran Reynolds was arrested at SI JosephMo after Mrs C N Miller daughter of Hydinger re ported to officers she had seen a man at Hamburg who resembled one the two men who entered her home forced the family into the basement and stole from her father FRUIT STANDS No 1 Corner 18th South Federal West Side Street No 2 Corner llth North Federal East Side Street CABBAGE 10 Ibs lOc New POTATOES ph TURNIPS 8 Ibs 25c Folgers COFFEE lb LEMONS Doz 34c LTMES each Ic ORANGES dozen 12c PEACHES Bushel Basket SERVICE AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR YOUR MONEY REFUNDED GLIVE OF STAGE AND FILMS DIES English Actor Had Been 111 in Hollywood Hospital Several Days HOLLYWOOD Cal Clive 37 English stage and screen actor died at Cedars of Lebanon hospital here Friday He had been seriously ill for several days with pulmonary and intestinal ailments In motion pictures Clive enacted many military roles that once were his ambition in real life Following his father Col Colin CloveGrifg he set out to be a soldier but at military academy suffered a broken knee ruining his hope for a commission in the Brit ish military forces He chose the stage and after a short study period at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art made his first appearance at the age of 19 in the Gnrrick theater in The Eclipse After 11 years on the legitimate stage he entered movies On the stage he starred in Journeys End and had the lead in the movie version of the play He was the star of Frankenstein and his latest movie work was in History Is Made at Night Clive was born Jan 20 1900 at St Malo France educated at Stonehurst college and the Royal Military college Woohvoch Eng land and later at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts Lon don He was married to Jeanne de Cesalis actress Kiwanians Seek Aid for Youth to Make Various Adjustments practical program for young people provid ing opportunities for youth to ad just itself to the economic and so cial requirements of the present times and to eliminate crime was presented at the closing session of the twentyfirst annual conven tion of Kiwanis International Clarence M Abbott of Spring field Mass chairman of theboys arid girls work committee pre sented recommendations of as sistance which will be used in 2 000 communities during the com ing year Helping youth means to allow them to make adjustments for ex periencing a normal environment instead of being hindered in giv ing expression to natural ambi tions said Mr Abbot The conference crowded with parents ana educators from all parts of the United States and Canada was warned that millions of youths are idle and restless and that frequently work cannot be found for many of them Each community must face this prob lem and Kiwanis clubs must de velop the leadership and facilities so that young people have some opportunity of adjusting them selves to the social requirements of today Mr Abbott advised Normal Yguth Helped Youth problems are so serious in relationship to the welfare of the human lace that Kiwanis can not help but take part in planning programs for normal boys and girls declared Mr Abbott Nor mal youth comprises more than 90 per cent of the younger generation in our communities and it is in evitable that society looks upon these young people as tomorrows citizens responsible for national and international health peace and progress The 103738 Program All clubs during the coming year will assist schools in develop ing loan libraries trade courses traveling museums in purchasing playground and general outdoor equipment and promoting music festivals youth conferences etc Unseasonal Decline in Farmer Income for May Reported WASHINGTON ment charts on the flow of dollars to the farmers purse showed an unscasonal decline Usually the farmer obtains more money in May than in April but this year casli farm income was in April and 000000 in May the bureau of ag ricultural economics reported The economists attributed this unusual trend to early marketings of crops and livestock this season because drought boosted prices of one and reduced feed supplies for the other They also noted a recent downward trend in farm prices Despite this reversal the econ omists said the May income was 510000000 above the same month last season and highest total since May 1930 when farmers collect ed For the remainder of 1937 the economists said income from farm marketings will be somewhat largerthan in the same period of 1J36 Farmers should have more wheat corn and other crops for sale they said white higher prices for meat animals probably will offset the anticipated decrease in marketings THREE FOILS ATTEMPT TO WRECK TRAIN WPA Worker Gets Curious When He Sees Men Put Package on Rails AUBURN Neb UP Angela Gobbini 43 Auburn Nebr WPA worker and part time wrestler became curious Thursday night when he saw three men dirve up to the Missouri Pacific main line tracks a mile south of here and leave a package on the rails When the men drove away at high speed Gobbini walked to the tracks and found 24 sticks of dy namite with four percussion caps on the rails After hastily remov ing the dynamite Gobbini called Sheriff J C Bready of Auburn who hastened to the scene Bready said Gobbini found the dynamite at p m 15 minutes before a Missouri Pacific Omaha to Kansas City train passed by Special Agents M A Kirk of Omaha and O A Peterson of At chispn Kans took over the in vestigation but said they had no definite clews The train they said carried nothing of unusual character to warrant an attempt at destruction Gobbini who said lie was the A E F middleweight wrestling champion during the World war told officers he did not get close enough to the men to be able to describe them GIVES 15 MILLIONS NEW YpRK F Baker chairman of the board of the First National bank of New York until his death May 30 left of bis fortune estimat ed at to to the public Peter Farmakis Takes Part in Festival at Chicago Music College Peter Farmakis 114 South Fed eral avenue Mason Cityis taking an important part in a threeday festival at the Chicago Musical college Chicago where he holds a scholarship in violin with the wellknown violinist Ray Hunting ton The festival is being staged by faculty students and alumni to celebrate the seventieth anniver sary the schools founding by Dr Florenz Ziegfeld Sr father of the originator of the Follies Farmakis is a member ot the college symphony orchestra which will give two concerts in Orches tra hall the home of he Chicago Symphony orchestra In the faculty concert the young instrumentalists had the experi ence of playing with a world famous pianist when they assisted Rudolph Ganz president of the college in Liszts Eflat Concerto Tommy Burke Rites to Be Saturday at St Josephs Church Funeral services for Tommy Burke 8 who drowned Thursday afternoon in Willow creek will be held at oclock Saturday morning at St Josephs Catholic church with the Rev P S OCon nor in charge Burial will be at St Josephs Catholic cemetery The Rosary will be said at the home 410 Fifth street southeast Friday evening at 8 oclock LUMBER HEAD DIES KALONA Metlin ger 57 president of the Mellinger Lumber company died unexpect edly of heart disease Wild Ducks Above is shoxvn Carol Ann 3 year old daughter of Mr and Sirs Charles Gasswint walch iiiff a flflclf of five baby blue wingleal on the shores of Clear Lake The ducks lost their mother when a mower inadver tcntly ran over their nest on a farm near the lake The teal were turned over by Jack Stev ens conservation officer to Kenneth Joe to care for with a iianlam hen as a stepmother Carol Ann gal the idea she wanted to teach the little teal how to swim but she found they were as able as she la fake care themselves in the water Lock photo Kaycnay engrav Will Close July 5 Brilt business places will close at 10 a m July 5 and stay closed the remainder of the day LEON DUNLOP DIES SUDDENLY World War Veteran Suc cumbs at Albert Lea Rites Saturday Leon Dunlop 48 a World war veterans died suddenly at Albert Lea Thursday night He had been in poor health since the war in which he had served overseas and spent a year in Siberia Mr Dunlop was born Oct 30 1888 at Stillson Iowa He is sur vived by four brothers Floyd Dnulop Spring Valley Minn Glen Dunlop Corwith Merle Dunlop Fort Wayne hid and Arleigh Dunlop Lime Springs and one sister Mrs Flora Tiss Algona He was preceded in death by his mother Ella M Dun lop April 5 1332 and father Myron C Dunlop May 1 1935 Funeral services will be held at the Patterson funeral home Saturday afternoon at 2 oclock with the Rev C E Flynn pastor of the First M E church in charge of services Burial will be at Elmwood cemeteryThe body was taken to the Patterson fu neral home Approve Extension of Bridge Franchise WASHINGTON house interstate and foreign commerce subcommittee approved Friday the McLaughlin bill to extend a franchise for a Missouri river bridge between Omaha Nebv and Council Biuffs Iowa and to per mit its construction at Dodge street Friday Unlucky Day for Elmers in Court Friday was an unlucky day in traffic court for the Elmers Elmer Emery Algona w a s fined and costs by Police Judge Morris Laird on a charge of reckless driving Emery was arrested at Filth street and Pres ident avenue southwest at 2 oclock Friday morning Elmer W Eddel route 3 was fined and costs on a charge of speeding He was arrested at First street and South Federal avenue at 4 oclock Friday morn ing THE SAFE SENSIBLE WAY TO RELIEVE Erery one knows the dangers of constipation Pills and drugs usu ally bring only temporary relief Thats because common constipa tion is duo to meals low in bulk Kelloggs ALLBRAN contains bulk that docs not break down in the body as docs that of many leafy vegetables ALLBRAN absorbs twice its weight in water and forms a soft mass that gently sponges tho intestines Kolloggs 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