Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 11, 1937 · Page 5
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 5

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, February 11, 1937
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JT~~ J .MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 11 · 1937 lowan Is Authority on Travel Around World Without Any Money LOS ANGELES, (/P)--Twenty- one year old Arthur Cadogan of Muscatine, Iowa, is an authority on how to travel around (he world without spending a cent. Arthur says, he accomplished the feat in 15 months and now is going homo to collect a $500 wager from a friend. His cost-less journey began at Los Angeles Oct. 26, 1935, when he hitchhiked his lirst ride toward New York. There he signed up as stoker ot a Europe bound freighter. As he visited most of the world capitals, he said, he always refused cash for services . he rendered. Thus he never had any cash to spend, either. His' $500 reward, he said, is going to pay his way to the Belgian Congo to study jungle life. The brainless old-timer who "didn't know it was loaded" has been replaced by the drinking driver who didn't know he had been.--Boston Evening Transcript. Appointments Made by New President of Iowa District Judges DES MOINES, (SP) -- Judge James P. Gaffney o£ "Williamsburg, re-elected president of the Iowa District Judges association, appointed Judges C. F. Wenner- strum of Chariton and H. E. Taylor of Waukon to the association's legislative committee. Committee members said they would continue to seek legislation for a non-partisan judiciary and an "integrated bar," in Iowa. J. C. Pryor of Burlington, president of the Iowa Bar association, told the judges' association in convention Tuesday, that "the integrated bar will do away with the shyster lawyer and give Iowa judges greatly increased confidence in attorneys who come into their courts." . He explained that the integrated bar as proposed for Iowa would give the state bar association power to regulate admission of lawyers to the bar, the behavior of practicing lawyers, and the disbarment of lawyers. ACTION ON BILLS IN STATE LEGISLATURE Do This For a Cold 1. Take 2 BAYER ASPIRIN tablets and drink a full glow of waler. Repeat treatment In 2 houn. 2« If throat is sore, crush and slir 3 BAYER ASPIRlN'lablels m 33 glau of water. Gargle twice. The Modern-Day Way to Ease Cold and Sore Throat Quickly IvflPhe modern : way to I-ease "a' cold is: Two Bayer Aspirin tablets the moment you feel a, cold coming on. Repeat, .if needed, according to directions in box. At the same time, if you have a sore' throat, crush, and dissolve three BAYER tablets in one-third glass of water. And gargle with this mixture twice. The Bayer Aspirin you take internally willact to combat the fever and eas'e the pains which usually accompany colds. The gargle will provide almost instant relief from rawness and pain, acting like a local anesthetic on the irritated throat membrane. Try this way. Your doctor will endorse it. It is a quick, effective means of combating n. cold. Ask for Bayer Aspirin by the full name at your druggist's --. not for "aspirin" alone. ID FOR A DOZEN 2 FULL DOZEN FOR 2Se VIRTUALLY Ic A TABLET GOOD BEDS ^ /^ V300 MODERN ± ROOMS JAm Steamboat Cabin C'a#«e Sliop---Populaf VerwiHes Dining Room- · i % OU Enslith Tap Room HOTEL MARK TWAIN H. A. T A R P Y , Manager One Of The HOTELS 4500 ROOMS IN 8 STATES OOCAOO. IU,. OOEAT HORTHtRH HOTEL iDfTTKOrr, MICBICMrf, .TULE.CR HOTEL M.OHIO..., .MIAMI KOTO. , OHIO. CrllTTEHDEH KOTtfa COLUMMJS. OHIO TOST HAYES HOTCt. TOttDO. OHIO TORT HEIOS HOTO, CWCDfHATl, OHIO.. rOVHTAIir BOlMflC HOTEL CANTON. O I 1 T O . . . . . BtXDCH HOTEL INDIANAPOLIS. INDIANA......AtrrLCRS HOTEL AHDUTSOH, INDIANA ANDtRSOH HOTOi ·resRE HAim:, motAHA.Tcaw: HAUTE HOUSE A9HLAKD. KENTUCKY VCNTURA HDTCt, OWEN3DORO. KENTUCKY. OS7t:!3BORO HOTEL JACKSON. TE1WE3SEE. NEW SOUTHED! HOTO. ST. U}U1S. MO MASK TWAIN HOTEL WACO. TEXAS RALEIGH HOTO. DES MOINES, (/P)--Bills introduced and passed In the Iowa house and senate: SENAfE-- Introduced: S. F. 136--By Military affairs committee -- Appropriating expenses of establishing national guard units at Sibley and Newton. S. F. 137--By Judiciary No. 2-Re-enacting the benefit association law declared unconstitutional because ot defective title. S. F. 138--Judiciary No. 2-Codifying in one chapter state search warrant laws. S. F. 139--Judiciary No. 2-Providing a $1,000 fine or G months imprisonment for contempt of the supreme court. S. P. 140--Judiciary No. 2-Providing that conditional sales contracts be recorded in counties where vendor resides. S. F. 14---Judiciary No. 2--Repealing price-cutting act which WHS held unconstitutional. . S. F. 142--Judiciary No. 2-Compelling defendants who question validity of county attorneys' true Informations to raise the question before entering plea. S. F. 143--Highways--Setting up a state farm-to-market road f u n d administration system. S. F. 144--By Lev-is--Requiring the attorney general's office be served with notices of appeal from highway commission condemnation proceedings. S. F. 145--By Berg--Reducing the liquor permit book fee to 25 cents. S. F. 146_By Elthon--Authorizing creation of. non-profit organizations . for furnishing hospital services to needy. S. F. 147--By Dean--Giving boards of supervisors power to license and regulate circuses and other exhibitions outside city limits. S. F. 148--By Agriculture committee--Strengthening slate noxious weed laws. Passed: S. F. 67--By Mill--Providing for remission of taxes on slocks in closed banks. S. F. 6.--By Doran--Providing a 30 day jail sentence for willful disobedience of divorce decree provisions. S. F. 80--By Stevens--Permitting refinancing of municipal utility bonds. HOUSE-Introduced: H. J. H. 3--By Reilly and Strickler--A constitutional amendment for the four year election of representatives, governor, treasurer, secretary of state, so forth. H. F. 148--By Johnson of Bucna Visia--Indefinitely extending the sales tax and exempting non-resi- denls from its provisions or benefits. II. F. 149--By Bcckler--Abol- ishing civil causes of action for breach of promise or alienation, of affections. H. F. 150--By Wood--Legalizing claim of ?1,070 by Cyrus Hall of Monroe county, for sale of stone to the county. H. F. 151--By Moore ot Woodbury--Prohibiting directed verdict or waiving of jury in civil cases involving question of fact. H. F. 152--By Moore of Woodbury--Providing that when prejudice is cited as basis for 'change of venue, such motion shall be granted as n matter of course with filing of affidavit. H. F. 153--By Goode ot Davis.- Repealing liens taken by old ajjc assistance commission against properly of aged on pension rolls or against estates after death. H. FJ 154--By Beckler, et al-Repealing and rewriting the unemployment assistance act of the special session. H. F. 155--By Hickenlooper, .et al--Authorizing Building anu Loan associations to insure investments of members in Federal Savings and Loan associations and to provide for conversion of Federal Savings and Loan associations Into state associations. H. F. 156--By Weichman--Providing for taxing ot mortgages and notes in county where mortgaged land is located and to credit such tax income to real estate tax, H. F. 157--By Striekler--Au- thorizing cities and towns to erect and maintain telephone plants and to fix rates. H. F. 158--By Striekler--Pro- viding that In municipal rate inquiries councils shall be empowered to summon witnesses, and i£ they fail to appear or refuse to testify, the courts may be authorized to proceed as in failure of witnesses to testify before grand juries. H. F. 158--By Blue--Extending the period of redemption of homesteads from tax sale until March 1, 1939. H. F. 160--By Striekler--Au- thorizing cities and towns to adopt ordinances regulating the business of painting or paperhanging wilh provision for licensing of such by the board of examiners. H. F. 101--By Striekler--Pro- viding that cities of 125,000 may name an advisory committee of employes to confer on street improvements. H. F. 1G2--By Johnson of Hancock--Authorizing the state department of health to collect added ?4 yearly fee for licensing of embalmers and optometrists. H. F. 164--By Reilly and Striek- ler--Providing for four year election of secretary of agriculture and county township officers. Two Osage Neighbors Suffer Broken Wrists OSAGF,, (IP)--Two Osage neighbors suffered wrist bones broken in identical places. Mrs. Lee Behrns helped care for Mrs. Charles /vlchon, 84, who fell down the basement steps and broke her wrist. Then Mrs. Bchnis started home, slipped on the ice and broke a bone in hnr right wrist, at the, same place Mrs. Alchon broke tier's. I Newest in Expensive Prints... W^^iji^/A ^100" Classic print frocks have new ideas! Gay designs widely s c a t t e r e d ; young, p u f f e d sleeves, and color contrast shot through the sashes 1 A furore at higher prices--sensational at Wards lo 12-M Amazing Savings at Hals for Spring j 1 00 . . . " N o v e l t y straiv bandings. Off- the-face and new small brims. Black, browni and navy. PETALBOWIV 69s Quality Z^g% Crown-tested rayon crepe! Won't sag! Won't pulll Washable. New prints. Wards Low Price Until Saturday · Stripei, plaids, checks, all-over designs--NEW and exclusive colors * M a d r a s , b r o a d c l o t h , whito-on-whtte, new dusty- tone broadcloth Wards had to order 100,000 shirts from the biggest mill in the United States to get this sensationally low price! Tailored just like $1.95 shirts--shirred back, pleated sleeves ! Modified Kent, soft and wiltprooE collar styles. Fully pro-shrunk! Remarkable value--hurry and save! Men's $1 Quality Shirts Soft or wiltproof collars; wMta or fait-colar blua and good-looking new pattern*. 14-17. Men's $1.30 tyiulily ShiHs Good-quality btoadclolli; modified Kent, ipft or wiltproof collan. Sanforized shrunk. 14V2-1.7 S!iii;[tss CREPE CHIFFONS « WarJ, «,/ Double-twist CREPE chiffon for extra sheerness, extra wear I Lovely to give, or receive I Full-fashioned! Coordinated leg sizes for perfect fit. Pure thread silk. Wards Rlngless Chiffon or Service Hosiery . . , : . . . pair 58e Authentic Models at Wore/s famous low price Comfortable sports shoes, styled to flatter the smartest spring sports costumes. Goodyear Welt. 3'/ to 8. Features of DOWN, $5 Monthly, Plu* Small Cafrying Charge 3 Piece Modern BEDROOM! NOW is the time to buy this amazing value! Prices go back to regular after this sale! See these large pieces--note the two- tone decorated walnut finished fronts, the heavy, built-up legs and solid oak interiors! See the stippled maple effects and overlay carvings! Plate-glass mirrors. Bed, chest, and choice of vanity or dresser at this sale price. Bench J-p/y veneered in orientalwood and butt walnut! Carved feet I Bed, chest and vanity or dresser I SS Down, S5 Monthly,Cartvins NORTH IOWA'S LARGEST DEPARTMENT STORE 102-.i-fi SOOTH FEDERAL AVE. TELEPHONE SGO OR 8GL ' *·.'. · f

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