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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 4

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·Thunday, Feb. 3, 1944MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE KWAJALEIN ENIWETOK fgurin V Eniw«tok Wide Passage 10 STATUTE MILtS ·, Christmas \ Horkor WOTJE Go»t Tot on Crvtrutakku To/on Channel STATUTE MIUS JALUIT Pinolai Southwest Pass South Point 15 STATUTE Milts HARDWARE MAN DIES AT OSAGE W. B. Kingsbury, 85;' in Business 59 Years Osage, (JP)--\V. B. Kingsbury, 85, who had been in the hardware business hei'e continuously since 1885, died Wednesday. The business was established by ·ias father, the late J. B. Kingsbury, in 1880. The'store now is operated by W. -- Kingsbury's son, Frank and Hugh Young under the name of Kingsbury and Young. Surviving are the widow and 5 sons, Dr. Forrest, Chicago university; Frank; Dr. Joseph, in government service in Persia; O. D., New Hartford, N. V., and Clark, El Paso, Texas. Here are maps of 4 of the important-islands in the Marshall islands, which the Americans ave invading. COUNCIL HEARS HEALTH OFFICER Miss O'Leary, State Consultant, Here More tolerance and a better understanding of the patient infected with a venereal disease by the particular social agency visiting him was the plea made by Miss Agnes O'Leary. consultant for the state department of health, Des Moincs, in a talk on "Public Health and Venereal Disease" at a -luncheon meeting of the Council ot Social Agencies at the Hotel Cerro Gordo Wednesday noon. x Better co-operation may be procured from the standpoint o£ the social agencies if they will accept first that venereal diseases are like other communicable diseases, in that the fight is directed -toward the germs which cause them rather than toward . t h e person'inltcted; that the purpose of the state department of 'public health is to prevent, treat, ..- and control the disease.. Getting the patient' la' see that any information he can give as to the source of the disease is, as in any other communicable disease, the most effective way.to begin control, Miss O'Leary said. These sources should then be visited and the person encouraged to take examinations. This kind of co-operation is a better means of control, said Bliss p'teary, than forcing the patient to take treatment. Miss O'Leary spoke briefly o£ the Jaws of the state in regard to ..venereal diseases and said that there is'no law in Iowa' or in ^the United States that says any patient has to take treatment if he FULLERTON LUMBER CO. PHONE 642 doesn't want to.. But there is a law that says if a person is infected he has to be quarantined. And being quarantined means taking the treatment, a "chemical quarantine." . She mentioned that all states save one have a law that every physician must report any case to (he state department' of health. These records are kept confidential as all information received by any social agency should be confidential, said Miss O'JLeary. A lot of other things besides laws have to be depended upon to control the disease, Miss O'Leary declared. She spoke of provisions niacJe by the state of Iowa to facilitate control when the program was first launched in 1937. Among them were free blood tests given fzee at the University of Iowa hospital, an encouragement to both patient and physician, and free drugs furnished to the physician for his patients for a certain period of time if requested. Iowa has 15 clinics located in the more populous centers. Mason City has none as the need has not been · felt too great, said Miss O'Leary. Since the war the state has doubled its efforts in com- batting the disease. "If there are no facilities in your community." said Miss O'Leary, "you can give assistance as far as your agency is concerned by bringing before the community th'e necessity of the whole-hearted support of everyone in the community. All members of the social agencies should co-operate with the character building agencies of the community." Miss Alice Crissman. vice president, presided and Miss Bernice Beale, chairman of the health division, introduced the speaker. lowan Spends Furlough in House His Father Had Built in Italy Des Moines, (/P)_when Pfc. Dominic Abbiuzzese, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Abbiuzzese of Des Moines, had a furlough in Italy, he spent it in the 14-room house his father built there in 1923. Private Abbiuzzese told his father in a letter-received Wednesday he was surprised to find his aunt still lived in the house. The structure had escaped damage from the war, Private Abbiuzzese said. Sheffield--Mrs. B. B. Webster and son, Gerald, returned to Edmonton, Canada, Monday after spending 2 months with'her parents, -Mr.- and Mrs. C. L. Kammeier. ARE YOU MOVING? Fill out this blank and moil it to us TODAY and avoid missing any copies OT the paper. Meetings Ot North Iowa Organizations GARNER--The missionary division of the Methodist W S C S will meet Friday at 2:30 p. m. at the parsonage. MANLY--Mrs. Earl Fehman was to be hostess Thursday to the Phi Omega group, with Mrs. Nina Kershaw and Mrs. Hazel Christiansen assisting. GARNER--The Garner Social arcle was to meet Thursday afternoon. The Young People's society Pollock. NEW HAMPTON--The Odd Fellows and Rebckahs Tuesday installed the following officers: Kenneth Hibbs, noble grand; Hoy Beck, vice grand; Earl Hines; secretary, and William Schoenfieid treasurer. Rebekahs: Mrs. Esther Hines, noble grand; Iva Cuts- forth, vice grand; Zillah Mae Hibbs, secretary, .and Marian Harlman, treasurer. KANAWHA--A benefit card party will be held at the I. O. O. F. hall Friday evening, the proceeds of which will go to the I. O. O. F. Endowment fund. GARNER--The Ladies' Aid of St. Paul's Lutheran church was to hold a regular meeting at the church parlors Thursday afternoon. The Young Peopjle's society was .to hold a regular meeting at the church parlors at the same time. SWALEDALE--The Baptist Mission Aid will meet at the home of Mrs. George Urbatch Friday afternoon. GARNER--The Ladies' Aid of the Zion Reformed church will hold regular meeting at the church parlors Friday afternoon. THORNTON--T h e American Legion and Auxiliary will hold a joint meeting Tuesday evening at the Legion hall. MITCHELL--Mrs. Luella Jones will be hostess to trie Unity club at her home Friday evening G A R N E H--Loyalty Rebekah lodge was to meet Thursday evening -at the I. -O. O. F. hall with Mrs. Ray Nelson presiding. Disney Visits Plants for New Cartoon Ideas Toledo, Ohio, (U.PJ--Walt Disney may produce a "Susie Drill Pre?s" or a "Johnny Turret Lathe" to match his famous cartoon characters of the movies. The famed cartoonist recently made a tour of the Owens-Illinois Glass Co., plants in an effort to learn what the industrial cartoon's future may be. · Disney said the idea still was in the experimental stage and that he had visited'the Toledo glass works to find out what he could do to expedite the teaching of industrial · processes to workers Owens-Illinois is the first client of Disney's newly-organized-.Industrial processes to workers. Owens-Illinois is the first client of Disney;s newly-organized industrial films division Report 995 Killed by Earthquake in Turkey .Loijdou, W--The Paris radio said Thursday, it had been announced officially in Ankara that an earthquake 2 days ago in northern Turkey had destroyed l,aOO houses in the city of Gerede and killed 995 and injured 984 of its 25,000 population. Previous dispatches from Ankara described the quake as severe but gave no casualty figures: OLD ADDRESS Name Route or Box No T «* B · · · r - State NEW ADDRESS Route or Box Town State ; Change to New Address (Dote) Paper now delivered by mail Carrier jolesmon Mason City Globe-Gazette T h r o u g h lend-lease 700 000 pounds o£ Kentucky twist tobacco were sent to Australia troops for use as barter with South Pacific islanders. 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