The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 23, 1937 · Page 16
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February 23, 1937

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 16

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fe -; j.4G-.i!.jis£ J £s_ SIXTEEN lowans in Capital Must Work on Later Schedules ]* Biermann Declares That It' * 3 , ' Easier to Be Healthy 4, · , in.Iowa. ] ] WASHINGTON, (.P)--This lif ·j in the country's capital isn't wha \ it was to an Iowa congressma -j , back oh the farm or in an offici i With more than six w'eeks of th i congressional session behind them | Iowa newcomers to the bus j Washington life are finding it ex j pedient to do as the Washington] j ans do in some respects, ' whil holding out for "back home" cus * toms in others. i There's the matter of workin i hours, of lix'ing conditions am i , expenses, social life, food and oth * i er details which require adjust x ments. ' * Must Start Later. I Senator Clyde L. Herring, a I o'clock senator in a 12 o'cloc! ~ { town, has had to revise his work ( ing hours. He gained a reputatior | of being "Iowa's hardest work 1 ing governor" by being at his des' j irom early morning until late a \ night in Des Moines. a 'In Washington, where no wheel ' start grinding until long afle ] I what would be morning chore tim -, in Iowa, Herring has been force * to-start work later in the day, ar i ranging his time to allow attend j ance at a senate session at 1 noon. Senator Guy Gillette, more ex j perienced in Washington way , . through his service in the house I J ' hasn't changed his ways of livin ' much since he became a senator J i .' · Find Picnts Higher. | Senator and Mrs. Gillette, wit] * , their son, Mark, 8, chose a hous ' on Military road for their resi 3 dence, while Herring lives in ! suite at the Mayflower hotel. Gil * · ( lelte spends much of his tim i ' away from the office, a consider i ' able part in reading. s , A minor, revolution bresved a I the session's outset among the | Iowa delegation on the rent ques- ^ j tion.. Finding district rents two and three times what they were in ( Iowa, they finally chose apart- 1 \ ments or houses in widely sepa- , / rated parts of the city. , Representative and Mrs. Otlia Wearin finally selected a resi- -t dence in Capital Towers, not far from the capitol. From there the Iowa representative can walk to 1 ^ work in' the morning or stride rl home for a noon day meal when time permits. : Have Selected Houses. Representative · Fred Gilchrist and Vincent Harrington are among the congressmen who chose houses , i for themselves and their families " ' in preference to apartments. At _·} his place overlooking Rock Creek park, Gilchrist can romp with his grandchildren, ages 7 and 11, when official hours permit. - ^Harrington is, one of the delegation's leading devotees of the sea food. At places along the Potomac he is able to indulge an ap- i i petite r he acquired while coaching ''. athletics on the west coast. f Representative William 'Jacob' sen, another of the newcomers, is J one of the most consistent and .;{, regular attendants at house ses- \ sions. Committee work requires t much time from Representatives 5 !l Wearin, Lloyd Thurston and Ed- I' ward C. Eicher, the latter farm ii bloc chairman. ' ' j ··' Biermann Ukcs Iowa Best. J Some of the lowans ' have bei j gun writing weekly letters to the i back home newspapers. Other rely 'i j oh the regular news services to tell ii j the people in their districts whal '''! is going on. - - , · J They're finding the climate I ' , quite different from that of the 'l tall corn state and somewhat ! ^l cheer, when down the row of ad- i'i| joining suites in-the old house of- i fice building where Harrington ,' Fred Biermann, Wearin and Ja- ji ( cobsen ' are quartered, when the ,' eapito! had its first - real snow I i storm last week. ! Biermann is critical of the Washington climate. He wrote back home recently that it is "enervating" and that he found it "much easier to keep healthy in Iowa." He has expressed amazement at the number of Decorah residents he finds everywhere he goes. One even turned-up in the band at a presidential reception he and Mrs. Biermann attended. Many Are Job Seekers. And he has concluded thai nearly two-thirds of the callers a1 his office are job-seekers. But he sees many of them and doesn't blame people for wanting employment. Typical Iowa pictures and decorations gradually are taking their places on the walls of the delegation's offices on capitol hill. To Iowa pictures of WPA artists Sen- BUY FOR LESS ..4c .. 9c 29c 13c 66c lOc .10c ..8c OATMEAL, Pound .., CUMALENE, lOe Box for NASH COFFEE, Pound Jar JELLY, Samax, 16 Oz. Jar RED RASPBERRIES', No. 10 Can PEACHES, · 16 Oz. Can ..... 5c CANDY BARS, Our Price, 3 for. MINCE MEAT, 9 Oz. Box . DENATURED ALCOHOL, Our Price, Gallon DRENE SHAMPOO, fl Bottle ilC Prices suljjcct to change without notice. "High Quality-Low Price" is our motto. Morris Food Store · Zil Sixth Street S. W. Cigarettes Fresh Meat Security Head Arthur J. AHmcycr of pp. Fere, Wis., is the new chairman of (he social security board, succeeding John G. Winanf, who retired. Altmeyer, shown-above in a new photo, joined the administration in 1933 as assistant chief of the NRA compliance division and then served two years as- second assistant to the secretary of labor. ator Herring also has added original cartoons by J. N. "Ding" Darling, Iowa cartoonist and former head of the biological survey. ACTION ON BILLS IN STATE LEGISLATURE DES MOINES, (/P)--Bills introduced and passed in the Iowa house.and senate:-Introduced in House:' ' _ H. F. 220--By Latchaw--An act o prevent discrimination by land- ords and providing a penalty for Discrimination or refusing to leave remises to people with children r for raising rents.. H. F. 221--By Keefe--Providing lat answers to court actions must e made 20. days'from date of ser- ice if in the state, or 30 days if utside. H. F. 222--By Keefe--Relating o the institution of legal actions. H. F. 223--By Woods and Good --Providing that insurance com- ames-may be joined as defend- nts in actions to recover. H. F. 224--By committee on onservation--Placing game, pre- erves · under jurisdiction · of con- ervation commission. . ; H. F. 225--By committee ot in- erstate bridges -- Providing .for he purchase, construction or maintenance of interstate bridges. H. F. 226--By Reilly--Permit- ing sale of cigarets by wholesale ers'from trucks. . H. F. 227--By Groves--Provid- ng chairmen o£ county hoards shall preside as chairmen of house contest committees. H. F. 228--By Heilly--Provid- ng for collective bargaining and jrohibiting the granting of injunc- ;ions except-in open court. H. F. 229--By Davis, "et al-Levying. a . 1 per cent gross receipts tax. H. F. 230--By McNie--Increasing from 10 to 15 per cent the amount of assessment lor repair n drainage districts. Introduced in Senate: S. P. 187--By judiciary No. 2-Waiving separation oE jury in criminal c a s e s optional- with udges. S. F. 185--By livestock commit- :ee--Granting official recognition .0 the Iowa Swine Producers association. S. P. 186--By Husted-rProvid- ng that establishments selling ood must have dining-room arid kitchen separate from' ."other ·ooms in which any other business is carried on. ' · , . - -, S. F. 184--By Shaw, and others ·--A substitute homestead tax exemption bill. S. F. 189--By Baldwin--Permitting liquor advertising in Iowa newspapers subject to regulation of commission. S. F. 190--By Gillespie--Chang- ng maximum millage. lle'vy for jarbage disposal from one-hall to hree-fourth mills. · ' · . , S. P. 18S-iBy Mason, and oth- rs--Permitting; chiropractors to iractice physical therapy. .Passed by Senate: : H. C..R. 10--Providing for. leg- slative observance of Washing- on's birthday. : . - · . . . S. P. 151--By mining commit-| ce--Requiring that Iowa coal' be sed in public buildings unless it s more expensive than out 'of tale coal and require public bid- 'ing on coal contracts.let by pubic bodies. (45 to 0;) S. F 88--By Berg^Permittins iverfront improvement ;· commis- ions to acquire land on other than neandered streams. (44 to 0) (Let ~:edar Falls buy land now owned y a utility.) S. P. 92--Committee on agri- ulture-appropriating $35,000 to ombat chinch bug or grasshopper ulbreaks: (46 to 0.) H. F. 106--By Keeney and oth- rs--Permitting use of school uses for transportation of pupils ngaged 'in extra-curricular ac- vities. (43 to 0.) S. F. 21-- By Dean--Permitting oard of supervisors to decide whether or not $3 road poll taxes hould be levied. (44 to 0.) MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE,. FEBRUARY 23 v fl| 1937 AT77C /V i i n v i A r - t N O T I C E ! SALE OPENS WEDNESDAY, February 24 at 8:30 A. M. Deep Cut in "Allen A'' Union Suits -Heavy AU Wool. $5.00 Quality! $3.89 Heavy 25% Wool. 52.98 Quality! $2.29 Heavy 50% Wool. S3.50 Quality! $2.59 Medium weight silk woo!. 52.98 quality! $2.59 Men's Overall Pants Hickory Stripe or Blue. New Sate P r i c e - . . . 89 Boys' Wool Knickers Ages 6 to 12 Years - S|59 Boys' Overall Pants Blue or Stripe ^f Q Reduced to .. ' C Medium Weight UNION SUITS .A value you should not miss. . : $1.00 quality. Every Suit for spring. "Allen A" Broadcloth Shorts .New patterns-- 50c quality. Heavy 32 Oz. Men's Blue Melton Jackets Zipper front and side straps. ular S3.9S value. WORK PANTS Good dark pattern hard wear. An exceptional offer. Values to S2.50! Boys' Fancy All-Wool JACKETS Zipper front -- they're beauties. : Regular §4 quality. Boys' JACKETS Blue Melton, Zipper Front--Side Straps. Reduced Now to Light Weight Four Buckle OVERSHOES Reduced to Same in Zipper $3.29 Medium Heavy Four Buckle OVERSHOES 2 Buckle Light- $ *J 2 9 Heavy Overshoe 2 Buckle Heavy $1 79 Duty Overshoe Heavy .High $139 Rubbers T | Uil Hosiery These include regular values up to §25. Double or single breasted--plain or fancy backs. Good sturdy, firm worsteds with finest linings. SUITS Reduced--including lighter shades $ 15 85 Lot 2-All high grade hand'tailored suits of the finest worsted fabrics. Style and quality stand out. Original values up to 530. S 19 85 TOPCOATS OVERCOATS Spring: weights -California weights and a few heavy overcoats -- ll^ht and dark shades. Every coat must $ 16 For a Quarter of a Century this store has served this community, always striv-. ing to serve its loyal customers with the very best lines of merchandise possible to carry. Sometimes during this period, when price appeal was so strong, it almost caused one to throw out the dependable high grade lines of quality and ' Fight Fire With Fire. Now, after this tong, bitter siege we have had it proven to us that the public does not want a low standard of quality in their clothing. Style In Wearing Apparel is the first consideration. With this great upturn in business which hers already been evi-: denced we are setting in to make for Mason City on even greater "Prusia Co.,"'o new and greater style center of men's clothing. Full particulars of the reorganization will follow as soon as this drastic price-smashing event is over. WATCH FOR LATER A N N O U N C E M E N T S B;RO A D C L O T H S H I R T S With the no jvilt--no starch collars. New Patterns. Reduced to . EVER Y PRICE IS A SALE PRICE Profits have been thrown aside--it's not a matter of profits now, but a matter of turning this entire stock inside out to make room for new spring merchandise and to perfect this new organization. WATCH FOR DETAILED ANNOUNCEMENT 'Tom Sawyer' Deep tones in plain blue, brown and red. _ Also fancy patterns. " A full cut boys' shirt. ' Values to $1.00! Men's Leather Suede Jackets including s m o o t h leather, finish,---pig- 'grain' and suede---zipper' f r o n t. Regular values to S8.00.. DRESS SHOES One lot including new the new shapes. Regular values up (o SG. DRESS SHOES HI men's or young men's styles. Hard or rubber heels -- pointed or more moderate toes. values to $5. Spring styles! Dark or light shades in staple or new f a n c y styles--including (he famous "Champ" hat. Including- clear or mixed shades Values up to S3 in this lot! FANCY "FRUIT OF THE LOOM SHIRTS With-regular or Duke of Kent collar mostly trubcn- ized no wilt processed c o l l a r s , c w patterns. Reduced t o . . . . "FRUIT OF THE LOOM". Bright fancy colors--coat or pullover style -- combination lastic waist band. Regular S1.88 value. PAJAMAS New clean stock in laic patterns, A regular $1.50 garment for only ' .'''.'^'-.'?F^^*!ft$T?^^ 109 South Federal Avc. : 109 South Federal Avc Aden d Fancy Hose 3s c Quality! 24c Blixzard Caps Zipper Jackets Corduroy or woolen--to 69" duality. Corduroy, whip eord and molesUin. Values to S3.98! Seep "Roll If Values to S1.98!

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