The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 29, 1934 · Page 11
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March 29, 1934

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

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MARCH 29 1934 BIASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE ELEVEN I*' CHIEF OF IOWA LEGION PLEASED Says Congress Action Takes Care of Three Points of Program. CEDAR RAPIDS, March 29. /B-.Leo J. Duster of Cedar Rapids, ·Iowa commander of the American ·Legion, today expressed himself as ; "very much pleased" over the action cf congress in overriding: President · Roosevelt's veto of increased bene- .fits for disabled veterans. . "The action takes care of the .major portion of three of the four points in the American Legion program adopted at the national convention in Chicago last year," said .Duster. "The measure is just to both the government and the vet^eran: if it wasn't the Legion would not have supported it." · Referring to the 400 veterans in Iowa who will be benefitted'by the legislation, Duster said, "somebody must take care of those cases, the '.federal government, the state or the ·community." : State to Mail Out Auto Tax Refunds DES MOINES, March 29. VP-Issuance of refund checks on auto- mobile licenses obtained during last · December was completed today by .the state motor vehicle department. .Supt. Lew Wallace said that the ; mailing out of refunds for licenses .issued in January will begin to. morrow. WHERE 14 DIED IN FIRE AT TRANSIENTS' HOME Insurance Group to Aid Clark in Drive to Stop Rebating DES MOINES. March 29. (/P)-The Iowa Association of Insurance j Agents will co-operate fully w i t h ' Insurance Commissioner E. W. Clark to rid the state of rebating and other illegal practices in connection with writing insurance, officers said today. The grievance committee of the association headed by S. D. Butters, Des Moines, has been instructed to investigate complaints and to gather evidence in cases which appear to warrant prosecution. This evidence will be turned over to the attorney general's office, it was explained. On the grievance committee with Butters arc Milo R. Whipple, Cedar Rapid.y. and J. F. McCargan, Council Bluffs. Midwestern States Dairymen Schedule Discussion Meets DES MOINES, March 29. UP)-Iowa and western Illinois dairymen will meet here next Wednesday and Thursday to discuss the agricultural adjustment administration dairy relief program. Minnesota, North and South Dakota dairymen will meet in St. Paul April G-7 for a similar conference, 15 of which are to be held during early April in dairy regions of the nation. a Pile Sufferers b e !j Can You Answer These Questions? net ^ an/ I Do you know why external remedies do not give quick and permanent relief? Vvhy cutting does not remove the cause ? Do you know the cause of Piles is internal? That there is congestion of blood in the lower bowel--the veins flabby, the parts lifeless? Do you know that there is a harmless internal remedy for itching, bleeding or protruding piles discovered by Dr. Leonhardt and known as HEM-ROED that is guaranteed ? HEM-ROID banishes piles by removing the cause. It stimulates tha circulation in the · lower bowel-.-drives out the thick impure blood, heals and restores the affected parts. ,.:.. HEM-ROID is so successful in en the most stubborn: cases that .el Drug'Co. and all good drug- ists advise every sufferer to get a bottle of HEM-ROID Tablets today --take them as directed--then if hot completely satisfied with results--your money back. This was the scene at the federal transient bureau at Lynchhurg, Va., after 14 men were killed and 80 others injured or burned in u, fire which turned the building into a blazing inferno. Boiling grease overturned on .1 stove to start the blaze. (Associated Press 1'lioto). "Wallace Pleased" Says McArthur on Return From Easi Senator William McArthur, member of the state corn-hog committee, Wednesday afternoon returned from Washington, D. C., where he testified before the senate agricultural committee on the direct livestock marketing bill and conferred with Secretary Henry Wallace and others iu the department of agriculture. "Mr. Wallace and his associates are immensely pleased with the manner in which Iowa farmers have responded to the corn-hog program," said Mr. McArthur, ivlio stated, however, that most of the discussion with the secretary was on matters on which he was not at liberty to speak, but which would be released later by the department. Senator McArthur stated he planned to go to Des Moines Thursday to work on county buddgets as a member of the state corn-hog committee. LIFE LONG FRIEND Keeps Them Fit at 70 This safe, all- vegetable laxative ---NR--has been as dependable as a. family doctor during their trying "after forty' 1 years. 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Mr. Gaylord died at the home of his sister-in-law, Mrs. H. Gates, Plymouth, Wis., about 2 o'clock Wednesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord had started on a long vacation at the time of .Mr. Gaylord's death, j Body of Dr. Sanders Will Lie in State at Church in Northwood NORTHWOOD, March 29. --The body of Dr. C. W. Sanders, practicing physician-in Worth county for 50 years, will lie in state at the Baptist church, Northwood, from Friday noon until time of the funeral at the church at 2:30 o'clock Friday afternoon. The Rev. A. M. Whithy will he in charge. Masonic burial services will be conducted at the grave in Sunset Rest cemetery, following a service at the church. Divorce Petitions Are Filed in Local Court Divorce actions filed Thursday in district court here included those of Dorothy Vidakovich vs. Nick Vidakovich and Richard Marson, Jr., vs. Minnie Marson. Both suits were brought on the grounds of cruel and inhuman treatment. The Vidakovich couple was married here April 27. 1930. and lived together until last June; the Mar- sons were also^married here, June 13, 1933, and st^arated March 24. Mrs. Vidakovich asked in her petition the right to resume her maiden name, Dorothy Dosen. Gall Stone Colic Avoid operation- If possible- Treat the cause In a sensibly, painless, Inexpensive way at home. Write Home Drue Co., 18-57 No. Fourth St., Minneapolis, Minn., for n recognized practicing specialist's prescription on liver and pall bladder trouble for literature find treatment which has been ph-ing gnillfylntf results for 28 years. Sold under money back guarantee. Clip this out NOW.--Advertisement, Restore Your Old Floors to the Beauty of NEW! Do the Work Yourself Our ELECTRSC S Refinishing floors in a few hours' time and at low cost is now possible. Just rent our marvelous electric sander. We will give you complete instructions on operating the sander, and you'll be delighted with the results. 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