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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 5, 1936
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 5 1936 THREE To Resume Checking of Trucks on Loads DES MOINES, UB--Chief John Hattery of the state highway patrol has directed patrolmen to resume the checking of trucks for overloading "since the coal shortage now is at an end." The checking was suspended during the recent fuel emergency to fa.- cilitate the movement of coal from mines to meet shortages. DIRTY BUT UNBOWED CHICAGO -- Last August Miss Flore'me Sunderlin sent her cat "Cookie" by express to her aunt, Mrs. Joseph Janda, in Wilber, Nebr., 600 miles away. Then Miss Sunderlin moved to a different Chicago neighborhood. A month later Cookie wandered away from Mrs. Janda's residence. Walking near her old Chicago home last week, Miss Sunderlin saw an unkempt cat which looked familiar. She scraped off the mud and said: "Cookie!" Rockwell Farm Co-Op Will Gather Saturday ROCKWELL--The anual meeting of the Farmers Co-operative society will be held here Saturday. R. A. Holman is president, of the organization and E. J. Campbell, manager. Al Smith says he has no ax to grind, and of course a length of lead pipe needs no honing.--Macon Telegraph. Copjrlsht 1936. Tho American Tobacco Company Each puff less acid OF RICH, RIPE-BODIED TOBACCO All kinds of people choose Luckies, each for reasons of his own. But everyone agrees that Luckies are A Light Smoke of rich, ripe-bodied tobacco. It is a rather surprising fact that the leaves of the same tobacco plant may vary far more than the leaves from plantsof quite different types. Chemical analysis shows that the top leaves contain excess alkalies which tend to give a harsh, alkaline taste. The bottom leaves tend to acidity in the smoke. It is only the center leaves which approach in nature the most palatable, acid-alkaline balance. In Lucky Strike Cigarettes, the center leaves are used. Luckies are less add Recent chemical taste skew" that other popular brands have an excess of acidity over Lucky Strike of from Exccsiof Acidity of Other Popular Brandt Over lucky Strike Cigo« 5 . . . . 5 . . ..,.! . . . . 3 . . . § . . ~ . HAIANCE f L U C K.Y S T R I K E \ B R A N D B 1 B R A N D C 1 G R A N D D j ; ' : " )/ ( " ' f ; } \ t \. . . ; . ' . , , , / «« 2 1 ·RESULTS VERIFIED Or INDEPENDENT CHEMICAL LABORATORIES AND RESEARCH CRgl'Pf "IT'S TOASTED" Your throat protection - against irritation -against cough CONSERVATION OF WILD LIFE URGED Week's Observance in Iowa April! 9-25 Is Called by Proclamation. DES MOINES, UP)--Gov. Clyde L. Herring Thursday issued the following proclamation designating Apri! 19 to 25 as conservation week and Friday, April 24, as Arbor day: Whereas, the present generation , owes a debt to the future, not only to conserve our great natural resources but to enhance them so that the manifold manifestations of nature may be an undying heritage; and Whereas, Iowa has become conservation-conscious and realizes the immense value of the work .being scientifically and successfully earned on by those devoted friends and lovers of nature who are giving of their time and money and energy to perpetuate the gifts of God; and Whereas, it is highly important to train old and young alike in the science of conservation, make them keenly alive to the beauties of the natural world, and dedicate them to the campaign to make our state and nation better and more beautiful places in which to enjoy blessings; Now, therefore, I. Gov. Clyde L.. Herring, governor of the state of Iowa, do hereby designate and declare April 19 to 25, inclusive, as Consei-vation week, and Friday, Apri) 24 as Arbor day, and call upon citizens generally throughout conservation week to assemble in such places as may be properly designated for participation in, and enjoyment of, special programs honoring the movements thus officially proclaimed; and in the quietness of home to study the achievement of the past and plan still greater and worthier achievement for the future: to the end that all people may "find tongues in trees, books in the running brooks, sermons in stones, and good in everything;" and on Ar. bor day to plant trees as hostage for the beauty and safety of the future of our lots and lands. Fort Madison State Pnson's Population Was 1,526 March! DES MOINES, (.Pi--Fort Madison penitentiary had an inmate population of 1,026 on March 1, the report of Warden Glenn C. Haynes to state officials showed. Twenty inmates were paroled during March, 14 were freed by expiration ,of sentences, one was released by court order and one died. The penitentiary received 23 new prisoners during the month. Th report for Anamosa reforma- torv showed 35 prisoners were discharged, 19 by parole and 16 by expiration of sentences, and 23 new prisoners were received. Elva L. Long, DCS Moines oil man sentenced in 1933 to a one to eight year indeterminate sentence for manslaughter, was among those paroled from the penitentiary. The charges against Long grew out of the death of Martha Stull, injured fatally when hit by a car as she stepped off a Des Moines street car. Committees Are Named for Manufacturers at Des Moines by Schuder DES MOINES--Committees for the Des Moines Manufacturers' association's 1936 activities program were announced Wednesday by R. E. Schuder, association president. The committees are as follows: Entertainment -- Percy Leap, chairman, A. L, Mamquist and W. W. Wielt; membership--S. W. Collins, chairman, and J. C. Stuckey. On a report from the board of directors, the association voted to discontinue associate memberships and include them as regular. Associate memberships had been confined to brokers and newspaper representatives. New members voted into the organization were Fred J. Bernier of the Staley Sales corporation: A. R. Pavek. Brown and Williamson Tobacco company; Joe W. Sharp, Kellogg Sales company: C. W. Bacon, Hawaiian Pineapple Producers, Ltd.; H. B. Murphy, National Candy company. J. M. Robinson, Tone brothers; R. S. Cole. C. H. Sugar company; Loren Rover. Elwood H. Royer Brokerage company; M. L. Gilliland. Pabstettc corporation: .1. C. Stuckey, Jaques Manufacturing company, and A. C. McDougal, Mars Candy company. Changes by Farmers in Rockwell Announced ROCKWELL---Mr. and Mrs. August Boidt returned to Traer Wednesday where they xvill tenant a farm of Tom Martin, Mrs. Boldt's father. The Boldts have been residents here for two or three years farming southeast of Rockwell. Henry Hickcy has moved from the Brown tenant farm north of Rockwell to the acreage tract of L. S. Fansler and will farm his own SO south of town. John Hickey gives up his tenancy of the Treston farm this spring and n-ji move to the . James Kelly acreage in the south j part of Rockwell. Ferdinand Miller has rnovocl to the Brown farm north of town vacated by Henry Hickey. Will Amcndt has moved to a farm near Thornton and Carl Bolje has taken possession of the Amcndt. farm which he purchased last fail. of Course You're Corning! SEARS NEW STORE t GOLDEN JUBILEE -A-} ·A- OPENIN 23 East- State Street in Mason City! WITH HUNDREDS OF O P E N I N G SPECIALS! COME to Sears New Store Opening, expecting the excitement of a lifetime! We promise you won't be disappointed! There are thrills galore . . . in every aisle, on every counter. For 50 years Sears has won its customers with values. 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CROSS COUNTRY SPARK PLUGS In Sets 37V2C Each I n t r o d u c i n g Cross Country Spark Plugs . . . guaranteed for 18,000 m i l e s , twice as long as ordinary plugs. Free gap adjuster with each set. SEROCO 4-HOUR $1.05 qt. Equal to the best your money can buy! Durable glossy finish. Can be used on any surface-indoors or out. SEARS FOUR STAR GOLDEN J U B I L E E $5.00 DOWN $5.00 MONTH ' ;ir« the leiutires you want --Only Kcnmorc t;ives you l.hern, all. Sattst water u-iisliiny action--triple-wine try rat or cleans clothes pml- ly . . . New improved hal- luon wrinRcr--self-adJuslinR with quick-actliip; safety release . * . -OCr more- capacity--means 20 1 ',, t a s t e r washing . . . curved-top t\ih p r e v e n t s squishing . . . Mechanism sealed In oil-built to last a lifetime . . . Outside clutch--easy to stop and start . . . Quick emptying tub--45 seconds to drain . . . Streamlined beauty-entirely new for 1936! 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