The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 11, 1937 · Page 7
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 11, 1937
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.«yiw?^^ MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 11 · 1937 TACKLE CRISIS IN LIMBURGER Dealers and Producers ,o Cheese Begin to Scent Trouble Ahead. MONTICELLO, Wis., (If}--Dealers and producers o£ that palatable cheese with the di-stink-live odor smacked up against a crisis in the limburger industry Thursday. The limbm-gev market, despite noble efforts of the Wisconsin legislature and the postal department has not been so strong lately. Th dealers, beginning to scent troubl ahead, asked producers meeting here to consider withholding production lest they wind up withou even a smell of the profits. What the dealers propose is a 60 day manufacturing holiday to permit consumers to eat their way through the surplus now on hand At the February price conference dealers said present overstocked conditions would force a drop o several points from the 15'/z cen price for January limburger. Switch to Limburger. Observers able to keep their noses close to affairs of the industry say the surplus is due to numerous brick cheese producers switching to limburger to take advantage of attractive prices foi limburger this winter. Whether grieving limburgei producers will choose to "lell i to Sweeney" remained in doubt .It was Assemblyman William J Sweeney of Green Bay who successfully sponsored in the las legislature a bill requiring restaurants to supply two-thirds of an ounce of cheese and a like amount of butter with each 25 cent meal. t Can Be Mailed. The postal department previously ruled limburger might be mailed if packed properly. The ruling was the outgrowth of the historic cheese sniffing duel between Postmasters John Burkhard of Monroe, Wis., and Warren Miller of Independence, Iowa. Miller had returned to Monroe seat of this limburger producing county, a package of limburgei and said his office refused to handle it because its foul odor made one of his rural carriers ill. This time Burkhard became in censed. He promptly challenged Miller to the duel to prove limburger emitted a sweet aroma. Miller sportingly accepted, and while influenced by olefactory intoxication, conceded defeat, Wallyy Simpson Tells , American Reporters..... ·';/'"' She's Enjoying Stay M O N T S , France, (/P)--Mrs. Wallis Simpson received three American reporters Thursday to tell them she was enjoying to the utmost her stay in the Touraine Chateau country. She is likely to stay at the Chateau de Cande at least a month. She is looking forward to some golf as soon as the course dries out. Mrs. Simpson received the press on the condition that questions asked would be agreed upon in advance and that she would not be quoted directly. The newspapermen met her in the library of the beautiful chateau--reached through a twisting stone corridor with small banks of hydrangeas and pink roses in the corners. She looked very well and very contented. She was dressed simply in a tight fitting navy blue two piece wool dress. There were two gold ' flower clips at her neck, and she wore earrings to match. Her only other jewelry was a sparkling sapphire and platinum ring, on the third finger of her right hand. 2 Bandits Hold Up Laundry Next Door to Police Station AMES, (/P)--Two bandits held up C. R. Heddon, manager of the Ames laundry, located next door to the police station, and escaped with $338.05 in cash Thursday. The bandits entered the laundry office as Heddon was transfering the cash from the safe to the cash register. Covering him with guns, they forced the manager to face the wall while they scooped up the money. Heddon said he thought they fled in an automobile. Both men, he reported, wore grey coats and caps pulled low over their face. Teacher Accused of Beating Pupils With Electric Light Cord KANSAS CITY, (/P) _ John S. Jenkins, assistant Jackson county (Kansas City}- prosecutor, said hu is investigating complaints that a grade school teacher in Kansas City used a piece of electric light cord to whip her pupils. One parent complained, Jenkins said: "I noticed that my son was wearing four pairs of pants and two shirts. I asked him why. He told me he had been beaten so badly by the teacher that he wore these extra clothes for protection." "Vice President Garner Made Doctor of Laws"--headline. Ai last the vice president has something to do! There are plenty of laws which need doctoring.-Washington Post. SEVEN ( ~i li ~» "s [*» -· !*· .IH -- 1 1 1 i i i ] ttffH^WJL t w ~TBIBJ''' jBJ!S^lJ SBSreWBSSl^^^relffiSll RUGS, LINOLEUMS, LAMPS, MIRRORS, RADIOS, STOVES FURNISHING NEEDS Free Truck Delivery Charge Cash or Payments Delivery When Wanted Your Purchase Will Be Delivered Right to Your Avail Yourself of Chapman's Friendly Credit. Door By One of Our Trucks at No Extra Cost. . Plenty of Time to Pay at No Extra Cost. If You Wish We Will Store Your Goods Until Ready. This Service is Free. Werner Built Living Room As Shown Davenport and Chair You Must See This Suite Regular Price $215.00 ANNIVERSARY SALE PRICE ONLY ONE SUITE AT THIS PRICE Kroehler" and "National" Built NOW! A Real Birthday Party THE GREATEST VALUES IN CHAPMAN'S 44 CONTINUOUS YEARS OF BUSINESS 44th Anniversary SALE of RUGS ALL NEW SPRING RUGS AND CARPETS 9x12 All Wool Face Seamless Axminster Rug $6.95 Qualify Broadloom Twist Weave Carpet 27x52 Axminster THROW RUG "Kroehler'.' DAVENPORT CHAIR . DAVENPORT and CHAIR Rib Tapestry Cover 100% Angora Mohair Cover. 5-Year Moth-Proof Guaranteed Guarantee. Regular Price $69.00 Regular Price $84.00 Well Built A Chair to Fit Every Room. 8.3x10.6 BRUSSELS. RUG Print, Inlaid and Felt Base Floor Coverings Disting RoomS Walnut Finish 8 PIECES A beautiful, weil built and beautifully finished suite. Roomy buffet, oblong extension table, 1 host and 5 diners. Modern 4-Piece Round Mirror VANITY-Large Size CHEST--Panel End BED and BENCH RINSING TUB INCLUDED WITH THIS 59 Anniversary Sale FLOOR TABLE BRIDGE LAMPS BETTER WASHER Simmons, ' 'Sleepmaker" And Others as Low as 19-21 First St. S. E. Mason City Phone 200

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