Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 5, 1935 · Page 7
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, July 5, 1935
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EIGHT MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JULY 5 1935 HITS ADVERTISING OF HARD LIQUOR American Legion Post at Mt. Vernon Opposes Policy of Magazine. MT. VERNON, July 5.--Vigorous opposition to liquor advertising to the American Legion Monthly was expressed in a resolution adopted by the Hahn-Howard post here at it July meeting. "We Relieve it is an embarrassment to moral education in ou: Legion homes and to the use of ou: official publicity organ in commun jty service with youth," said thr resolution. "We consider our official maga zine to be in every other respec an example of high class officia organ journalism but in this class of advertising business to be en tirely out of harmony with our pro- pram of youth leadership in sports and good citizenship. "We hereby respectfully request the department of Iowa convention meeting in Waterloo in September to make such resolutions and take such steps as to seek a change of policy in regard to this class of business on the part of the management of the American Legion Monthly." The resolution was unanimously adopted. Department Head 20YEARS'STOMACH SUFFERING ENDED Gly-Cas Conquers Bloating a Nervous Indigestion After All Else Failed; Sciatic Rheumatism Yields to New Remedy Also. "Gly-Cas helped me after all else failed," said Mrs. M. S. Sproul, 1004 So. 1st St., Oskaloosa, la. "I was miserable the past five years and suffered for the past 20 years \ .MRS. M. S. SPKOU1, "with stomach disorders. Regardless of what I ate, I would bloat, foods soured and would become sick at my stomach. So nervous I couldn't sleep and at times I was in such condition I couldn't work, confined to bed. Sciatic rheumatism attacked me, both legs ached and pained continually and crippled me so I could hardly walk. I tried all kinds of medicines but never received any benefit until I began this new Gly- Cas--and it was wonderful!" . "I found this new remedy to be just what I had been needing for years," she continued. "Stomach and bowels were easily regulated, rheumatism left my legs entirely. Eat most anything I want, sleep fine and nerves greatly improved. It is wonderful to be so well- thanks to this new Gly-Cas.'' Gly-Cas is sold by Michael Drug Co., 5 South Federal Ave., Mason City, Iowa. A Dynamo of Energy Trimness was of paramount importance in a ship and a girl, and Janice Edding expressed it exactly. Rather tall and slim, with her shapely, delicate legs, sL-e appeared to be almost fragile. But Jan was a dynamo of energy from the top of her golden head down to btr very toes. There was something wholesome about her that was tremendously fascinating. Meet this attractive young woman in STO LOVE! by Belle Burns Gromer Beginning Saturday, July 6, in the Globe-Gazette Fred T, Schwob has been appointed head of the fish and game department of the recently organized state conservation commission. Mr. Schwob, who is now living in Des Moines, was formerly a resident of Mason City, when serving, as district supervisor for Northeast Iowa in fish and game work. When he first came to Mason City, it was in the capacity of deputy state game warden. FORAGE OFFICE IN IOWA CLOSES Need No Longer as Drought Emergency for Feed Is Closed Chapter. WATERLOO, July 5. UP--One reminder of last year's drought--the forage conservation office at Waterloo--is a close chapter. The emergency over, L. W. Flager, forage jonservation chief, closed the office after 10 months' operation. PJager returned to his position as ; rundy county agent. Not even a skeleton staff was maintained because present crop conditions indicate there will be no livestock feed shortage next winter except possibly in a few scattered sections of :he nation. Only Part Used. Plager's report showed the forage :onservation service spent only $55,346 of the million dollar congres- ional appropriation to meet the imergency . He spent only 35 per cent of the ,:140,000 appropriated for salary, of- ice expense and inspection costs. The 555,046 was spent primarily adjustments on forage materials vhich spoiled in transit, and in set- ling disputes between the drought .rea feeders and forage producers. Had 20 Field Men. At one time the service employed 20 field men in five states. The office staff here employed eight assistants. Thirteen other field men vere in readiness to be called for temporary work if needed. Plager said few of these men were needed. The farm administration created lie service to locate feed supplies. ;t later took over the work of con- iracting purchasers, supervising routing of feed supplies and conducting inspections. Road Contracts to Be Awarded Include North Iowa Counties AMES, July 5. W--One paving project is included in the schedule of work for which the Iowa highway commission has called for bids to be opened Wednesday. The paving project is for 1.96 miles on highways 34 and 275 southeast out of Council Bluffs, in Pottawattamie county. Second course bituminous surfacing projects are located in Butler, Cass, Hancock-Kossuth, Fremont-Page, and Pottawattamie counties. Maintenance bituminous surfacing projects are in Warren, Lucas, Page-Fremont, Adair, Cass. Audubon-Shelby, Kossuth, Hancock' Kossuth and Jackson counties. Bids are asked on maintenance resurfacing in Benton, Black Hawk, Buchanan, Cedar, Clinton- Jones, Delaware-Dubuque, Delaware-Jones, Dubuque, Dubuque- Jackson, Iowa, Jackson-Clinton, Johnson-Linn, Jones-Cedar, Appanoose, Jefferson, Keokuk, Louisa, Lucas, Muscatins. Buren, Washington, Wayne Marion counties. Lee, Van and Retail Distribution Reveals Some Gain NEW YORK, July 5. L5 3 )--Retail distribution showed some gain during the past week, Dun and Bradstreet said today in their weekly summary of business conditions. The summary commented that "although the recession in many cases was less than seasonal, nearly all of the lines that charted the course of the leading industrial indices either flattened out or turned downward." Greek Labor Fears Monarchist Danger ATHENS, July 5. '..TV--The Greek Federation of Labor planned today to call a general strike in protest against a "monarchist danger." A date for the strike was not set. Gotham's Latest Curiosity. New York is taking a portable farm around town so the natives can see what a cow looks like. But Wall street already knows its bears, bulls, lambs and goats.-Flint, Midi., Journal. Four Mighty Good Reasons For Installing · · - 1. Optional Trial Plan 2.10% Summer Discount 3. Lower Priced Burner 4. No Payments Till October To prove that every home can afford to heat with gas ... we will install it at our expense and remove it at the end of the heating season, if you so request. Try GAS HEAT for one heating season and see the difference! Temperatures always even--solid comfort. No running up and down basement stairs to stoke a balky old furnace--no work, no worry. And your home stays cleaner longer because there is no dust, no dirt and no ashes. Is it any wonder that so many homes are installing this perfect, modern heat? Order Now and SAVE on Your Burner DOUBLE SAVING if you place your order for a gas burner, now! First, a 10% discount for summer orders. Second, lower monthly rentals on burners installed during this summer offer. And there's an extra advantage in avoiding the fail rush. More time for the heating survey, more time for installation, too, Automatic heat assured for the chilly days of late summer and early fall. Mail Coupon Today Decide now that you want to try gas CALL US ... OR ... MAIL THE COUPON ' heat. Learn from your own experience that what we say is true. Then and only then will you know the facts. It's easy. Just mail the coupon for full information. PEOPLES GAS ELECTRIC CO. MASON CITY, IOWA Please send me complete information about heating our home with gas. Name Address City Phone No Important.' Mail your coupon promptly so that you may take advantage of the 10% discount on our Summer Heating Offer. Banish Furnace Drudgery S HOVELING coal and ashes is a dirty, messy job. Plain drudgery week in, week out, all winter long. And so unnecessary in this day and age. Automatic gas heat puts an end to this. It's just as simple as turning on an electric light. Be modern. Install gas in your home now. Then you can fire your furnace from your easy chair. Gas heat ends days and nights of back breaking shoveling . , . dirty hours of hauling ashes . . . the nuisance of chopping kindling . . . the anxiety of watching fires, setting dampers. Your home is kept spotlessly clean--free forever from dust, grime and soot. Just set the thermostat for the temperature you want and you'll have it--even, correct day and night. Gas heat brings new comfort, new convenience, better health through even heat for the entire family. You Can Afford It Yes! Every home, even the most modest, can afford to heat with gas. The cost of ' gas heat is less than other fuels when all items of expense are taken into consideration . . . cleaning, laundering, decorating and other items of expense resulting from the use of crude fuels. But we don't ask you to purchase any equipment to install gas heat. 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