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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, January 28, 1937
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OPPOSE CUT IN IOWAWPALISI Congressmen to Fight An "Radical Reduction for Iowa." WASHINGTON, (/P) _ Iowa ' congressional delegation prepare. Thursday to protest curtailmen o£ the state's Works Progress ad ministration rolls as proposed b WI-A Administrator Harry L Hopkins beginning February 1. In the employment schediil which accompanied the relief ap propnation bill passed Tuesday bj the house, the administrator pro posed to cut the Iowa quota eaer month until the present total o 2o,000 persons was reduced to IB BOO in June. Voicing "vigorous opposition ti any radical reduction for Iowa,' Senator Clyde L. Herring said hi and Senator Guy Gillette would ask the state's representatives to join in united action. "Iowa has gone ahead and supplied its share of money to carrj, the relief load, while some othe states haven't," he said. "The present allocation appears to be based not upon need but 01 the amount of pressure and clamor. "We are going to make representations ot Iowa's needs where they will do the mosl good." Representative William Jacobsen of Clinton said he favored continuation of the state's present allocation "at least," and agreet with other members of the delegation that "the present is no time to cut relief rolls in Iowa or mid- western states where farmers were stricken by the drought and crop failures last year." N'ew Trial Denied. SPIRIT LAKE, (fP)--Judge F. C: Davidson denied a motion for a new trial in the school bus accident case at Terril, Iowa, in which the estate ot Elmer Olson previously was awarded 56,000 from Paul Cushman, bus driver. Elmer Olson was killed in January, 1934. ''V Louisville's Hydro-Electric Plant Submerged MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE. JANUARY 28 H 1937 ELEVEN ^r«i!ii^o^ ES..; fettt ^ h ^r^^^^ u z tors Firm beneral Mot Gives $1.0,700,000 to 1931 Employes NEW YORK, (ff) -- Genera I o t o r s c o i' p o r a t i oi n has nnounced distribution to its em- loyes o£ approximately $10,700,00, representing proceeds ot the orporation's employes savings nd investment plan, class of 1931 Ot the total, $4,200,000 i-eprc- =nls amounts paid into the plan y employes, and the remainder 6,500.000 was contributed by the orporation. Each p a r t i c i p a n t who paid into he plan Slot) throughout 1931 ·ill receive ?2ffi. Pali o£ the dis- ursement, the announcement aid, will be made in cash and art in Genera! Motors common ock. There are four more classes yet mature, the corporation stated, ringing the plan to an end with ayment o£ the class ot 1S35. The rrangement ha* been disconlin- ed as a result of adoption o£ the deral social security act I GOITRE NOT A DISEASE Milwaukee, Wis.-It has been brought to liarht bv scientific re 3 earch that goitre ia not a disease and ia not to be t r e a t e d as such. Dr. A. A Rock a prominent goitre specialist for over 30 years p e r f e c t e d a d i f f e r e n t method of treatment which has proven highly successful. He opcosed needless operations. Dr. A. A. Rock Products'have published a copyrighted book at their own expense which } S 4.£? goitrs and this treatment and will send this book f r e e to anyone i n t e r e s t e d . Writa Sight depends on light reaching the iris of the eyes. Tiie less light, the less sight. Are you in the dark about your car's condition? Let us give it a complete checkup for safe winter driving. M i n o r a d j u s t m e n t s may, save expensive repairs Motor Analysis, Tire and Battery Tests, Lighting and Ignition, Brake Inspection and Adjustment. Factory Trained Mechanics and Laboratory Test Set Sofe/a e/in/zwl^JFyoSta^- --"''Priones 922-3 3J53 Wme YouRTMNs/o/irAT/oN$ Go FARTHER LET'S ALL HELP THE RED CROSS Pneumonia Victim of the Flood in Pm°lsmm, e th T/? 1 " 5 . 1-cachf dr »' Ia ' 1[1 «'»' » Pneumonia victim in roitsmnuth. Ohio, where foin--riflhs ot the cily is Inundate.!. Plan Crops on VIost Iowa Tenants Year Basis, Study Shows AMES -- Farm tenancy has cached an all time high in Iowa tall of all farms are tenant operated, according to a study of 28 owa counties recently completed y Rainer Schickele and Charles A. Norman, Iowa State college gricultural economists. About 15 per cent of all ten- nts in Iowa move every year, anging from 3 per cent in Du- uque to 35 per cenl in Taylor ounly, the economists found. Most tenants plan their crop nd livestock programs on a 1- ear basis even Ihoufih they may stay on the same farm for 4 o'r i) years, because they seldom know whether they can slay from year lo year. Therefore, a long stay on one farm does mil necessarily mean .security of tenure, and it is the latter that counts m soil conservation, an important problem of tenancy. Movinsr Causes Listed. Three causes for moving are attributed to the landlord: He makes unreasonable demands; he is dependent upon rent for his living; and he is looking Tor a buyer for his farm. The tenant also furnishes three [ causes for moving it was found They are: There are more tenants looking for farms than there are farms lo go around; tenants move lo better farms or better communities; and some tenants are poor farmers, dishonest or shiftless. Active fanners u s u n l l y m a k e t h e best landlords the pchnomists slate Only 10 per cent o[ t h e land- Jords are active farmers. Twentythree per cenl ot tenants are related to landlords. There are no serious tenancy problems on land operated by tenants related to landlords it was found. mostly on Crop Share. It was estimated that about 70 per cent of the leases in the stale are crop share, 10 per cent stock share and 20 per cent cash. A long time lease to give the tenant a genuine incentive to properly care for the land and the' farm improvements is needed the economists declare. The landlord and tenant can plan crop programs for years ahead and can both share in the benefits of lim- :ng seedinj? of legumes and erosion control. Given Course of Teaching Adults to " at Ames in Summer AMES -- A new course on Methods ot Teaching Adults" will be offered this summer by the Iowa State college vocational education department for graduate students, county agents, high school teachers and undergraduates, according to Barton Morgan, head of the vocational education department. The new course will take up the principles of teaching adults stressing leadership in discussions use of visual aids, forums, short courses and other methods. Another new course, "Rural E d u c a t i o n a l Services," w i l l be offered by the vocational education department in the winter f| of 1038 for senior college students who are prospective extension workers. Fall Injuries Fatal. HUMBOLDT, (/Pj--Funeral services for John A. Medows who died from injuries suffered in n fall on icy streets, were held Wednesday. Stop Getting Up N i g h t s Look and Feel Y Keep your kidneys free from vasle matter, poisons and acid, and put healthy activity into kidneys and bladder and you'll live a healthier, happier and longer ife. One most efficient and harm- ess way to do this is to get from your druggist a 35-cent bo.\- of. Gold Medal Haarlem Oil Capules and take them as directed --the swift results will surprise Besides getting up nights, some ymptoms of kidney trouble are Backache, moist palms, leg cramps and puffy eyes. If you want real esults, be sure to get GOLD rfEDAL--the o r i g i n a l and genuine--a grand kidney .stimulant nd diuretic--right from Haarlem n Holland. Give your kidneys a good cleaning once in a while; Jordan Pleads Not Guilty to Slaying of Pair at Washington WASHINGTON, Iowa, (fl)_ William Jordan, 45, Washington Power company engineer, pleaded innocent in district court Wednesday to charges o[ fatally wounding Mabel Sayrc, 25, and Dun Goode, 38. County Atiy. Richard Stewart charged Jordan with the fatal shooting of the beer tavern wait- res and the farm hand last Thursday. Judge Frank Bcehly then ordered Jordan returned to the county jail here without bail until his trial is begun. Several Anniversaries Celebrated at Dinner GOODELL^-The following enjoyed a birthday supper at the O Sandberg home: Mrs. W. L. Sherwood, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Cook Mr and Mrs. O. C. Evensou, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Schneider, Leon Laird Mr. and Mrs. Amos Hanson, son' Roger, and Miss Edith Sadnberg 25c Tooth Powder 35c Lifebuoy Shaving Cream 10c American Family Soap Flakes 3-oz. , Rflaybloom Uc LCF i chopped ·! ^Single Edge Blades Sc Wilbur Chocolate Bars C*Tlif!*d Milk of Magnesia , For i n d i f f e i l i o n . The event was in honor of birthdays of Mr. and Mrs. Evenson, Mrs. Sherwood and Mrs. S;md- berg and the Schneiders' thirtieth wedding anniversary and the Hansens' fifteenth wedding anniversary. Garner Farmer Co-Op Gains Are Reported GARNER--Eighty members o£ the Farmer's Co-Operative society held the annual meeting Monday at which time checks totaling $7,- 5D5, were distributed as a patronage dividend. Slock dividends paid by the society amounted to $2,930. The total proceeds for 1936 was $260,437.01 a gain over the previous year, reports showed. All officers were re-elected except Charles Haes, who was not a candidate. Orville Johnston succeeds him. Other officers are Fred Steiff, president; Art KlucUhohn, treasurer; August Katter, secretary; C. H. Nelson, John Loi'e, Albert Abele, Prank Jakoubek, H. A. Greiman, Art Upmeycr, Charles Goll and Fred It. Greiman direr- tors, and Charles Grau, director at large. Koren, Graduate and Former Professor at Luther College, Dies PniNCETON, N. J., (.^--Pro- lessor Emeritus W i l l i a m Korcu, 72, former member ot the Prince- ton university modern languages faculty and language professor at Luther and Iowa Wcsloyan colleges, died here following a long illness. Professor Koren was graduated from Luther college of Decorah, Iowa, in 1882. He taught there from 1889 to 1892, and at Iowa Wcsleyan college from 1893 to 1901. He cnme to Princeton in 1001. How to Make Better Cough Remedy Than You Can Buy A Big Saving, and It's So Easy! No Cooking! Cough medicines usually contain a inrg* q u n n t U y of sugar syrup--n good ingredient, b u t one whfi'li .vou rftii easily mnlio at. home. 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