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March 9, 1944

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 5

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HOSPITAL SERVICE--How the Red Cross Eases the Road lo Recovery WHATS THAT GADGET YOU'RE RECLINING ON, .SOLDIER? SOY, AM I COMFORTABLE! IT'S A BED BEST MADE BY SOME RED CROSS KIDS. CONFIDENTIALLY, I'D HAVE IOSI MY MIND WITHOUT SOMETHING LIKE THIS TO DO. I KNEW 1 SHOULD BE GETTING KTTER f ASTER, BUT I WAS WORRIED ABOUT MY WIFE. worn NO MOW THIS RED «OSS WIRE SAYS YOU ARE THE FATHER OF A BABY BOY AND ALL WELL. IF RED CROSS KEEPS 01 VIM US SNOWS IIK£ THIS IM STAYING IN THIS WARD TILL THE WAR'S OVER. CONFIDENTIALLY, MR. SMITH, IT'S NOT BAD. NOT ME. I'M PLAYING TA8LE TENNIS WITH A GRAY LADY AT THE RED CROSS RECREATION HOUSE TOMORROW Our armed forces h«ve received 12,000,000 comfort riicle£ and games made by American Junior Red Cross boys and girls. Freeing sicV and wounded men from worry about themselves and loved onet at horn* is a Red Cross hospital worker's job. Red Cross screens 10.000 movies monthly : wards and 2,500 more in Red Cross recreation houses, smoothing fha road fa recovery. Red Cross volunteers play games with hospital convalescents, read to them, do errands and help with diverting hobbies. COST OF LIVING INDEX GIVEN OK Figures Run Parallel to Those of Government Iowa City--Validity of the federal government's index of cost of living has been supported by Impartial surveys, according to Prof. George R. Davies of the University of Iowa bureau of business research This was done by a committtee of the American Statistical association and the National Industrial Conference board of New York and the index of each paralleled the other closely. Certain labor organizations have stated that the increase in cost of living since the beginning of the war is nearly twice as great as the government's figures indicate. Apparently the dispute was precipitated by the fact that the cost of living has risen much faster in iome areas than in others, Prof. Davies said. "For December, 1943, the index reads 124.4, which means t h a t representative commodities and services costing SI00 in the years 1935-39 cost S124.40 at the later date," Prof. Davies declared. He said that the cost of living varies considerably from one city to another. A city having war industries which pay high wages will exhibit rapid price increases, even though OPA regulations are strictly enforced. "This variability is probably the main reason why the government's figures are challenged. When issued for a given city, they are not necessarily true of every locality in that city and as issued for the whole country they are not necessarily true of every city," said Prof. Davies 2 IN SCHOOL RACE Clarion--The nomination period for the a n n u a l school election closed Friday with only 2 candidates in the race. C. H. Payne is a candidate for re-election and C. M. ; Oldham to serve in the place of W. T. Bloomfield who has moved from this vicinity. Real Estate Transfers Beck, J. Francis, and wife, to Roy A. Taylor. SI. WD) SE qr of 23, Sec and the SW qr of 2496-19. 1-2-43. Johannsen, Mrs. J. F. C., to Karl P. Johannsen. SI. (\VD) lot 13, blk IS of Auditor's Sub of E half of NE qr of 18-96-20 in Centra! Heights. 2-23-44. Fernau, William, and wife, to Kenneth K. Dodge, 51. (\VD) NE qr of 17-34-21. 2-23-44. Barney. Lillian, to Roy "Lai-gent and \vife. 54,500. ( W D ) Des. the same as the mortgage to Mut. Fed. Sav. Loan. 2-23-44. Wagner, Emma H., to Ellsworth Miles and wife as joint tenants, $28,800. ( W D ) N half of 23-94-22 12-7.-43. Barney, Lillian, to Roy Largent and wife, $4,500. (WD) N (52 ft of lot 3 in replat of W half of lots (J, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 in blk 34 in Railroad Add to MC. 2-23-44. Barlow, Hannah, et al, to C. A. Knntson, SI. ( W D ) Lot 7 in Frost's Add lo CL. 12-22-43. True, L. M., and wife, to Ivan A. Barnes and wife. $1. (QCD) Lot 2. blk 5 in F. M. Norris 1 Add to MC. 3-1-44. Thogerson, T. C. S: Wile et al to Fred L. Bittcrman Wile SI ( W D ) Lot 24 in Thogerson's Add to MC. (i-22-43. Asburv, James II. W i f e to Wilbur Blanche Coo $1 ( W D ) Lots 2, 3, 4, 5 in Blk 3 Swenson . Brager's Add to V e n t u r a . 3-1-44 Brim, Margery A., and htis.. to Oliver H. Sebaugh and wife, $21,330. (WD) E half of NF, qr ot Sec. 9; NW qr of NW qr of Sec 10: SW qr of SW qr of 3-96-19, con- t a i n i n g 160 acres. 2-4-44. Urge Control of Syphilis After War Des .MIMIICS. i.f)--Greater process in venereal disease control can be made in Iowa after the war it' the f u n d s arc available for the work and if there is a eon- imicd public demand for it. Dr. A. C. Woofter of tile state h e a l t h department said Thursday. "There probably has been an increase in the prevalence of these diseases since the war started, because the diseases tend lo increase in war time, but the progress has been satisfactory for war-time conditions." he asserted. "What the conditions w i l l be like in post-war days depend upoi 2 factors: S u f f i c i e n t .local, slutc and federal f u n d s for the rjrofiran and how badly the civilian population wants the program continued. But given the money am the demand, greater progress cai be made." Dr. Woofter expressed belie Hie diseases would not he an} easier to control after the war and thai there would always h d i f f i c u l t i e s in control, lie added lowever, that greater progress .Iso could be made on the basis if closer co-operation between )hysicians and public health vorkers. Statistics show there were 2,739 ·ases'of syphilis reported in Iowa n 1940, in 1341 there were 2,403, n 1942 there were 2,704 and ill 1943 there wore 2,5G9. Dr. Woofler ittributcd the increase in 1942 to better reporting and more interest .n control. Last year, he said, there was a drop in Ihe number of cases bin some increase in early infectious cases reported. "From all indications there has been a definite decline in syphilis in the rural areas, but this is not true in the u r b a n areas because where there is n greater concen- t r a t i o n of population there is a greater prevalence of the disease, he asserted. As to gonorrhea, the statistics show 1,:!27 cases were reportec in 1941, there were 1,548 in 1942 and 1,708 in 194X One of tho factors in t h i s increase also was bel- ter reporting. Dr. Woofter said. TO HOLD CAUCUSES G a r n e r--Republican prccinc caucuses will be held t h r o u g h o u Hancock county Friday to selec delegates to the republican county convention which will be held a Garner March 17. 'hursday, March 9, 1914 · 5 IASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MIDSHIPMAN VISITS Manly -- Midshipman Walter Icindl, son of Mr. and Mrs. John leindl. is spending 10 days with ·datives here. He recently re- urned from sea duties. He will ·eport at King's Point, N. Y., to enter the merchant marines icadcmy for officers' training, after 14 months in service. Crime is decreasing in Topeka, Kims. The total number of crimes reported in the city d u r i n g 1943 was 1,190, as compared with 1,300 in 1942. INCOME TAX Service Bureau 213 FIRST NATIONAL BANK BLDG. TELEPHONE 1026 COLOR! COLOR! Ked! Green! SANDALS D'ORSAYS The styles are so flattering . . . the colors so gay, exhilarating-. .. they're the fashion hits of the season! You'll love their smooth fitting comfort and the way the synthetic soles wear and wear! CLEVER LITTLE CASUALS BRIGHT AND RIGHT! For blithe, easy- Koin° comfort, now and t h r o u g h summer! Sturdy synthetic soles. DAmorvs It's time to think of the home and DAMON'S can supply your needs. CRYSTAL CIGARETTE SET Cigarette Box and 4 Ash Trays. 50c HAGER POTTERIES See our fine line of .Hager potteries. M a n y good uses for the home. 79c CRYSTAL SALAD BOWLS Floral b o w l s , chop plates, candle holders. Reg. 1.50 value. 1.00 16-PC. CRYSTAL \'H LUNCH SETS 4 plates, 4 teas, 4 .tumblers. 1.49 value. 1.19 AMERICAN MADE DINNERWARE Exquisite American D i n n e r ware at unbelievably I o w prices! They make any table setting look festive. FOR YOUR EASTER AND SPRING WEAR Si. _-, ^ These arc the favorite blouses of most women and are so reasonably priced to meet your every day needs. Choose yours from our f i n e selection today. SHOPPING BASKETS 79c 2.98 to LEVERAGE SETS Eight Decorated 1.00 to 1.59 PICTURE FRAMES 8 x 1 0 - 5 x 7 - 3'.i x-P.i Leatherette and also Lucitc. Sec these now. PEACH CRYSTAL SALAD PLATES Salad plate with cup, value 29c 4 for 1 .00 Eight salad plates 1.00 Six corn servers 1 .00 DflmOITS 1.50 up DOWNSTAIRS STORE SWEATERS A little ahead of the vobin-- we're showing the newest colorful spring sweaters that every y i r l loves! Conic in lo- diiy ami KCC these fine numbers \vc hiive for you. 3.50 to 7.95 . SLACKS Wonder collection of new spving slacks for work or play--in vnrious colors. 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