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January 24, 1945

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 9

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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1945 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Police Meet atHanford | on Thursday The quarterly police conference I conducted by the F. B. I. will be I held Thursday at the Wedgewood 1 room ot the Hotel Hanford from I 10:30 a. ra. to 4:30 p. m. . This meeting is for the north I Central., district, the closest meet- I ing of 'sirriilar nature being at ] Fort Dodge. A large attendance is expected since the Mason City area set the state attendance record at the lasl meeting with 83 per cent. An interesting program has been provided for the all day meeting. 1 All" persons interested in law I enforcement, are invited, to attend i the conference. RETURNS HOME Cresco--Mrs. Frank B. Lowry who was with her husband, Rear Admiral Lowry in Washington, D. C.,' has returned home. She visited | .enroute with relatives and friends in New York. Chdrira T. rUroeq buill Ihe jirsl elevated railroad, thich was opened int«6T in tleu)JptkCtli). It ran at 12 to lb miles 'an hour. America's Fighters Abroad Pledge Aid in Polio Battle Fighting men all over the world are saluting the home- front battle against infantile paralysis, enemy of all Americans. As alert to the health dangers of the homes they defend as to the immediate risks of global warfare, the men. and women of'our armed services* Plan British Furloughs NAVY'S ICE MEN--On a destroyer on convoy duty somewhere in the'Atlantic, members of the crew chop an accumulation of ice from the deck of their craft. . Po) Pioneered, Perfected and Patented the Hollow Ground blade--a different modern blade. Shaves with just a "Feather Touch" because Pol is flexible in the razor--follows facial contours. No need la "bear down". Bladet lost longer, too. Try Ihenu- wholeheartedly fight on both battlefronts. Already, letters from commanding officers are coming in to Basil O'Connor, president of the National Foundation for · Infantile Paralysis, endorsing the campaign and expressing the desire to participate again in the annual activity held in celebration' of the president's birthday. In Cerro Gordo county the campaign is carried on by voluntary subscriptions. A. M. SchanKe Is campaign chairman. Secretary of the Navy James V. Forrestal asserted: "There is no more worthy undertaking than the fight against infantile paralysis, as those of us who saw the disease strike in 1844 know from our own firsthand knowledge." Stating that there are many men in the AAF who once were victims of polio,- but were reclaimed to serve their community and country only because we were alive to the dangers of the disease and provided treatment For Yanks in France Paris, (/Pj-^-One \yeek'furloughs in Britain will be given American troops fighting on the western front,, European theater headquarters has announced. The plan will be put into operation in March or perhaps sooner The maximum number away from the continent at any one time wil approximate 5,000. The soldier will be selected for leave by loea commanders. .SCHOOL MEETS G a m e r--The Garner nigh school will meet at the high schoo auditorium Monday evening. Th men will discuss "Fertilizers An Their Application" under the di rectibn of. Dean Nevdig, vocationa agriculture instructor in the Gar ner school and the women wi study "Body Building Foods" un "mime jura EEDSE U. S. FORCES SURROUND LUZON BARRIO--Infantrymen and armored forces have plunged through treacherous expanses of mud beside the barrio of Binmaley, Luzon island, and are rapidly enveloping the town. Practically no destruction is evidenced, indicating that the Japs have fled inland before advancing American forces. · .;!:('; I One souvenir eagerly collected by servicemen stationed in Alaska is an illustrated-booklet published by the Anchorage USO. Titled "The Friendly Log · Cabin," the book contains colorful reproductions oC scenic paintings by Alaska ' ' Here ** There PAL RAZOR BLADES and Shaving Supplies BOOMHOWER HARDWARE BABY'S COLDS Relieve misery direct --without "doting' VISJSX -RYAN'S oiler Waucoma--The former Dr. * J. M. Srnittlc office, bought last year by Paul Schlichte, has been sold to Frank Daily, farmer, who plans later .to remodel it into, a^residence. _.. - ' . - · · " Chester--Mrs. Howard Palmer of California was a recent guest at the home of her sister, Mrs. Earl Fairchild. Bristow--Clarence Wiegmann of the navy, is, .visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Wiegmann for a few days. Woden--Mr. and Mrs. Roland Baumann returned home Sunday from JDes Moines where they attended the grain dealers' convention. Alia Vista--Sgt. Robert Hentges returned to Camp North Hood, Texas, after spending his furlough with relatives and friends here and at Chicago. Fertile--T/4 Maynard Zobel returned home from a camp in northern Canada for a · month's furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Zobel, and will leave Merchandise With Purchase of Any Bed Room Suite Priced from .50 $ 115to209 Vanity - Chest - Bed - Bench 25% Discount getting a thrill from his preliminary training. Garner--William Wier of Humboldt was a business visitor at the Garner courthouse Monday. Ringsled--Mr. and Mrs. Stewart of Manson, were Sunday visitors in the L. A. Petersen home. Bristow--Pfc. Har9ld Schriever arrived' Saturday' for - a. week's visit with .his mother,-Mrs.' Kate Harms, and his sisters. He has been at Manchester, Wash. Ventura--Sunday was the 8Bth birthday anniversary o£ Mrs. Eliza Zobel and a dinner was held in, her honor at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Lena Stork. West Union--Mrs. C. G. Net! observed her Both birthday Sunday at the home of her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Fallows. West Union -- Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Saboe entertained Sunday evening in honor o£ Yeoman and Mrs. Lester Saboe, Lido Beach, Long Island, N. Y. At the close of entertainment, refreshments were served. Calmar--John Edward Kryson of the navy left for the west coast fpllowing a furlough here with his parents, Mr. and .Mrs. Frank Kry- and care,"Gen. Henry H. Arnold, commanding the army air forces, says: "While we fight toward victory in one war, let us not forget this other, ever-present war on the home front. Poliomyelitis is an unseen enemy; it strikes indiscriminately and it shows no mercy. We are all front-line combatants. · . "Remember that your dime, your dollar or whatever you can afford, is expendable. Americans are not!" lit. Gen. Brehon Somervell, commanding the army service forces, declared:. "It is our intention to give military personnel at all posts, camps and stations an opportunity to contribute. I welcome the opportunity to aid in ah enterprise that has so high a purpose in the cause ot humanity, and assure you the wholehearted support of the forces under my command." Outlining plans for taking part in the annual appeal, Lt. Gen. Ben Lear, commanding t h e army ground forces, added: "The army ground forces are happy of the opportunity to participate and you may be assured of my support in your worthy cause." der the direction of Miss Hele Gild e a, home-making instructor iritish Have Difficulty in Arranging Exchange f Prisoners With Japs London, (A)-- Foreign Secretary Vrjthony Eden told comomns Wed- esday that Britain had been ex- eriencing great difficulty in ar- anging exchanges of civilian in- ernees and prisoners of war with apan. He added that he had found it mpossible to be "optimistic aboul the conduct of the Japanese government." The Japanese, he said, "have shown themselves completely uninterested in exchanges of sick or wounded prisoners." The foreign secretary reported efforts had been made, without a final agreement, for the return of 17,000 British civilian internees still in Japanese hands. 5 3 Every one of Florida's 67 counties grows Irish potatoes and sweet potatoes in important commercial quantities. The crops bring $6,000,000 annually to farmers of the state. Which ·! ywr tw» disbands is cmig !»·· twigtit... Constipation may make anyone a Mr. or Mrs. Glum. Take Nature's Remedy (NK Tablets). Contains no chemicals, no minerals, no phenol derivatives. NRTablete are different--act different. Purely vegetable--a combination ot 10 vegetable ingre- A L L - V E G E T A B L E L A X A T I V E N* TO-NIGHT/ TOMOMOW AlttOHJ dienta formulated over 50 yeara ago. Uncoated or candy coated, their ac tion is dependablo, thorough, yet gentle, as millions of Nil's have proved. Get a 25# Convincer Box today! All druggists. Caution: Take only as directed. Vice Adm. R. "R. Maesche, commandant of the U. S-. coast guard discussing plans for participation added: "You may be assured o the desire of the coast guard to lend its complete co-operation in this worthy cause." Writing in similar vein, Col D. S. Barry, ot the IT. S. raarin corps, assured Mr. O'Connor of the interest of marine corps headquarters in the success of the 1945 appeal. These are excerpts from 5ust a few of the letters that have come in from American service commands in all parts of the world. Last year pur armed services in posts around the globe added nearly $500,000 to the fight against infantile paralysis. As with other contributions received during the Jan. 14-31 appeal period, 50 per cent of all army and navy funds pre refunded to the almost 3,000 chapters of the National Foundation to fight polio, wherever it may strike. about the 29th for Hot Springs, Ark. Clarion--Mrs. Guy Middleton is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Piper in St. Paul, Minn. Mr. Middleton, who has been a patient at the Asbury hospital, will return home with her. Lnverne--Mr. and Mrs. William Haan, tenants on the ranch north of town are moving to a farm near Badger and a surprise farewell party was given in their honor Monday evening. A purse of .money was presented to them. Goodell--Sumner. Fuller is a patient in Mercy hospital in Mason City. .. Bradford--Mrs. Spencer" Mulford and little son have returned to' their home here after spending several months with her husband at Farragut, Idaho. ' ' , Bode--De Lane Pooch, a recent inductee from Bode, who was sent to Fort Knox, Ky., writes his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Pooch, that he is now a member of-the armored tank division and so far son, and family. Dougherty---Mrs. Floyd Alden visited in Ottumwa with her son, Donald Smith, of. the navy and Mrs. Smith. on Special Group of 20 Living Room Suites Guaranteed Spring Construction Finest Selection of Covers 12 MONTHS TO PAY TYLER-RYAN'S OUT TO LUNCH Philadelphia, (IP)--J. A. Alderfer closed up his food shop and hung out this sign: "Out of chicken. "Out of butter. "Out of patience. "Out of town." 29 2nd St. S. E. ' BEAUTIFY YOUR FLOORS RENT Our Electric Floor Sanders 1 or 8 inch floor sand en. portable sanders, edgers. Reasonable rates by boor or day. ttUTie Van Ness a Phone 17 20-22 E. Stale MEAT PACKERS AWARD PRIZES Many Iowa Companies Sponsor Grub Control Meat packers in 7 locations in Iowa are sponsoring awards for 4-H cattle grub control programs, according to G. A. Lineweaver, assistant state 4-H leader. They are offering approximately $100 in prizes lor outstanding grub control work within each of their service areas. Packing companies co-operating are Decker, Packing company, Mason City; Hath Packing company, Waterloo; Wilson and company, Cedar Rapids; John Morrcll and company, Ottumwa; Iowa Packing company, Des Moines; and various packers at both the Sioux City stock yards and the Omaha stock Yards. Awards within each district wiirbe made to the club in each county with the best cattle grub control program, to the counties within each district showing outstanding accompiihsments in cattle grub work and to the best individual or team demonstrations in each district. The program will be climaxed with a livestock conservation day the last of March at each of the central points. On these days, em- | phasis will be placed on other phases of livestock loss such as bruises in meat tuberculosis in swine, stomach and nodular worms in sheep and loss of young animals. Top demonstration teams or individuals from each county will present their demonstrations at- this time and winners will be announced. Now They Swine It Smoky Hill Army Air Base, Salina, Kans., (UP.)--Many of the bandsmen at Smoky Hill were professional music-makers back in civilian life! but some of them are decided newcomers to the profession. Bnck in his native Rhode Island Abram E. Davidson was a photo-engraver; Jan Vender Henst was a fireman in Houston, Tex.; Clayton Mattson sold paint in Duluth, Minn.; Edward Birchby was a United States marshal in Sheridan, Wyo., and Al Dupont sold records in San Francisco. And Was He Glad! Farragut, Idaho, (U.R) -- Dental officers at the naval training center here have heard almost every conceivable excuse for sailors missing dental appointments, but, at last, have found one that's absolutely convincing. The other morning the dental officer charge got a telegram from a sailor explaining he couldn't keep his appointment because he'd been transferred to California. ^ England has a postwar reforestation program which will provide full employment for 50,000 men. Poor Digestion? 5 5 Headachy? an Sour or Upset? a a Tired-Listless? a a Do you fed headachy and upaet due to poorly digested food? To feel cheerful and happy again your food must be digested properly. Each day, N ature rrrast produce about two pints of a vital digestive juice to help digest your food. If Mature faus, your food may remain tradigestKt-- Laving you headachy and irritable. · Therefore, you mult increase the flow of this digestive juice. Carter's Little 3Uver Pills increase this flow quickly-often in as little as 30 minutes. Ana, you're on the road to feeling better. Don't depend on artificial aids to counteract indigration--when Carter a Little Liver Pills aid digestion after Nature's own order. Take Carter's Little Liver Pills aa directed. Get them at any drugstore. Only 25*. because January is the Month of Values at BATONS. You can Buy Quality Furls Now ; . . At Terrific Savings! Our Entire Stock Has Been Greatly Reduced... Giving You Mason City's Greatest Fur Sale! A WONDERFUL 'COLLECTION OF FUR COATS ... ALL FROM OUR REGULAR STOCKS*. . . ALL GOOD 1945 STYLES .. . ALL INVESTMENT BUYS! IF YOU ARE CONSIDERING BUYING A NEW ,FUR COAT .... READ! SHOP! CHECK! COMPARE! YOU'LL FIND THESE ARE THE GREATEST FUR VALUES IN TOWN! BUY WITH CONFIDENCE AT BATONS! Mink Dyed Coney. Northern Seal, Sable Dyed Coney, Beaver Dyed Coney Natural Opossum, Mouton, Racoon Opossum, Mendoza Beaver. Persian Paw, Muskrat, Skunk, Caracal EASY TERMS 10 MONTHS TO PAY

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