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FOUR TALK ON BURMA GIVEN BY LEWIS Many Here for J. C. Tourney Are Guests at Kiwanis Club Meeting. A talk on the life, customs and costumes of the province of Burma India was given Thursday noon ir Hotel Hanford at the Kiwanis club meeting by the Rev. J. Lee Lewis of the First Baptist church, who spent many years as a missionary there John S. Nollen of Grinnell, who wag scheduled to speak, was unable to appear and Mr. Lewis, who was prevented by illness from appearing on a previous Kiwanis program, took charge of the meet* D Mr. Lewis illustrated his talk by exhibiting numerous costumes worn in Burma and by articles used by the natives there. S L. Rutland, dean of the Junior college, introduced a number of visitors who are in town because of the Junior college basketball tournament, postponed to open Thursday evening. They included Vic Young of Des Homes, A. A. Johnson of Muscatine, "Skip" Weber of Muscatine, Fred H. Geneva of Albia, V. H. Trbwbridge of Burlington, R. B. Smith of Lenox, Lyle Schroyer of Elkader, C. M. King of New Hampton, Vorney Hansen, "Chick" Sutherland and "Judge" Grimsley. Several others were also guests of the club. Petit Jurors Excused From Court Till Monday Petit jurors on call for trial duty during the January term of district court here have been excused until Monday morning by Judge Joseph J. Clark. The state's case against John Orvedal, Kensett, indicted for driving while intoxicated, was continued until the next term of court here. Is This YOUR "PET PEEVE?" There's no need to put up with it any longer . . . for you can now have an ELECTRIC OUTLET Installed FREE! "Better Light" Reflector Lamp from a large group and we will install on Outlet Without Additional Charge. These beautiful lamps are scientifically designed to provide a soft, non-glaring light that is easy on the eyes, and easy to read by. They provide 3- wsy light control . . . 100, 200, 300 watts of indirect illumination, depending- upon the o c c a s i o n and the amount of light needed. Priced at only-- and up $1 Down $1 A Month G. and E. Dog Defies Officers and Gas Bombs to Guard Dead Master WASHINGTON, (/PJ--A police dog defied officers, gas bombs and a rope noose Thursday to stand guard over the body of John Wallace, his Negro master, killed in a dice game quarrel. Police overpowered the dog temporarily with a gas attack and tied him to a tree. But he chewed the rope in two and rushed at the men trying to take the body away. Three Negro men finally seized him while the wagon from the morgue got under way. REPORT H DEAD IN AIR BOMBING Ethiopian Officials Tell of Italian Planes' Attack on Caravan. ADDIS ABABA, UB--Palace officials announced Thursday they were informed two Italian planes bombed a civilian motor caravan Wednesday, soon after it left Irga Alem for Addis Ababa, and 14 persons were killed. War Minister Ras Mulugheta, meanwhile, telegraphed direct word from the northern front that only Italian patrols had moved south of Makale..Government officials interpreted flu's as a denial of fascist claims of a victory in that region. HERRING MAKES REQUEST FOR AID Asks War Department for Help in Work of Flood Prevention. DES MOUSES, W-Gov. Clyde JL Herring said Thursday the state ad- utant general's office is preparing a formal request to the war department for army and CCC aid in flood jrevention throughout Iowa. The governor explained the request will first be made to Maj. Gen. F. C. Bolles, seventh army corps commander. He said Bolles indicated in a conference earlier this week that he would approve the ap- lication. The recent thaw, followed by reeztog, lessened the flood danger ,o some extent, but the thickness of ce on Iowa's streams and the possibility of ice jams constitutes a serious threat, the governor said. He stated that if the war department agrees to lend army flood prevention engineers to Iowa and permits CCC mobilization at danger joints, the army engineers and ;hree Iowa hydraulics experts .will work out a plan for the state. The three Iowa men mentioned by :he governor are R. K. Kassel and T. T. Mavis, University of Iowa hydraulics engineers, and Ray Braun of the state highway commission. The governor said much c-f the danger of ice jams may be averted y stationing CCC workers at river jottle necks to keep the ice moving. He has asked that the army engineers survey the possible jam points. Petroleum Industry Committee Studies Code of Marketing CHICAGO, UP)--A committee of the petroleum industry in 12 mid- western states met here Thursday to consider approval of a voluntary code of marketing practices for sub. mission to the federal trade commission. Representing all branches of the far-flung oil business from refiners to retailers, the committee received reports on the industry's reaction to the code under consideration which were "very favorable," -P. J. Schroeder of Minneapolis, chairman, said. The code was prepared three weeks ago after a long series of conferences, and then was sent to state association in Illinois, Iowa, Indiana, Ohio,. Michigan, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North and South Dakota, and Wisconsin. Involving rules prohibiting re bates, "under the canopy," (at the filling station) price cutting, the giving of premiums, the furnishing of equipment or services to retail ers, and numerous other practices deemed unfair and economically un healthy, Schroeder Â· said the mid' western code would become a pattern for the petroleum business nationally. . Now that Primo Camera has been drafted as a soldier, we can onl wish Mm better luck than he had. with the last Ethiopian he fought --Boston Herald. Head COLDS Put Mentholarum InV, f/Ae nostrils.lt qnichly \ / relieves stuffiness and' restores comfort. MENTHOLATUM 'Â£:'Gi veiCO IHE0R.T- ;O*i/*;X' fif you prefer note drops, or throat spray, call for the MEW MEHTHOLATUM LIQUID In handj-botllcTvilh dropper ITALY NOT READY TO SIGN TREATY Reported to Be Balking at League Continuation of Sanctions. LONDON, ca--Italy, understood to be balking at the continuation of league of nations sanctions against her, advised the British government Thursday that she was not ready to sign any new naval treaty with Great Britain, France, and the United States. Following a meeting between British and Italian delegates, the British government issued a statement which read: 'Owing to technical difficulties such as the question of the size of battleships and the gap between ?attlesblps and cruisers, as well as jecause of difficulties of procedure, he Italian delegation intimated they were not ready to sign a treaty at the present moment." A British spokesman explained that this did not mean Italy's withdrawal from the conference or the end of the meeting. ' AAA PAYMENTS TO BE RESUMED Machinery Put Into Gear; Check Writing to Begin in About 2 Weeks. WASHINGTON, GP)--Machinery went into gear Thursday to pay the nation's corn-hog farmers about Â«100,000,000 for their compliance .vith 1934 and 1935 AAA programs. Farm administration officials said actual writing of checks to inish payments probably would be- jin in about two weeks and soon hereafter would proceed rapidly. An opinion by Comptroller General J. R. McCari covering some legal, questions is being awaited. Secretary Wallace signed an order authorizing the payments- under, an appropriation bill recently passed y congress which included at ?296,100,000 item for farm administra- ion benefit payments. Instructions Sent Out. The AAA corn-hog section immediately dispatched telegrams to major corn-hog states instructing Jiem to proceed just as they had jeen when the payment work and compliance check: was stopped Jan. 6 by the supreme court decision invalidating AAA. One major change in regulations has been made to permit farmers who were unable to raise 25 per cent of their hog quota to receive partial payments. Under the 1935 contract, farmers had to produce 25 per cent as many pigs as their average 1932-33 production but because of heavy liquidation of stock n the 1934 drought, many were unable to meet this requirement. Such farmers, corn-hog officials said, will be permitted to receive heir com payments even though :hey are barred from hog payments oy non-compliance. Proof of Compliance. Proof of compliance with the 1935 program has been furnished AAA jfficiala here on about 50,000 contracts. These probably will be the first to be paid. Practically all of the 1931 contracts have been paid, the ones remaining being cases where legal or technical difficulties were encountered. Most of the first payments on the 1935 contracts also have been made, $79,000,000 having been disbursed to about 965,000 contract signers before Jan. 6. Corn-hog officials estimated that about 3,000,000 more would be paid out in first payments to other contract signers and nearly $100,000000 would go for administrative expenses and second benefit pay. ments. Galli-Curci and Her Husband Are Hurt Slightly in Crash LOS ANGELES, (ff -- Amelita Galli-Curci, famous soprano,' was slightly Injured in an automohle accident Thursday. Her husband, Homer Samuels, the pianist, wag also hurt. Mme. Galli-Curci was treated at Hollywood emergency hospital for a bruised right eye and a sprained back. Samuels was bruised on the forehead and knees. Police said that Samuels, who was driving, collided with an automobile driven by Mrs. Gladys Kuenser. Two Men Missing for 24 Hours in Storm Are Found at Farm SIOUX CITY, (J)--Judge L Dixon and Ike Berg, employes of the Friend-Pike Hardware company missing for 24 hours in Wednesday's storm with a load of dynamite in their truck, were located Thursday on the Hanson farm, nine and one- half miles north of Sioux City. Their truck had stalled on the highway and they had sought refuge in the Hanson farm house. Heavy Chicago Wind Blows in Windows CHICAGO, (-T)--Windows were blown in and an abandoned two story brick building was demolished Thursday by a west wind which police estimated attained a SO mile an hour velocity in the north shore suburbs. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE. FEBRUARY 27 M 1936 19-21 First St. S. E. CHAPMAN S~ FEBRUARY For Evening or Sunday Shopping GOODS HELD FREE for LATER DELIVERY! Save $20.00 On This Suite QUALITY AT LOWEST PRICES 4 GREAT FLOORS OVERFLOWING WITH BARGAINS -- STOCKS ARE VERY COMPLETE -- COME EARLY! 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