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March 15, 1944

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

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4 Wednesday, March 15, 1944 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE 2 Brothers Seem Badly "Broken Up" Nashua--George Kronk, 5 year old son of Mrs. Ruth Kronk, over B year ago broke a bone in his leg when he turned around to follow his grandfather out of doors. It was again broken Saturday when his grandfather sat him down on the floor after playing with him. That was the 3rd time he had broken the same leg. During his 5 years he has broken one leg 3 times, the other twice, and cracked a rib once. He has a brother, Ralph, 15 years old, who has had 11 fractures. Farmer Injured When Thrown From Car Door Bristow -- Lloyd True, farmer living .2% miles northeast of here was injured as he was returning home from town. A car door came open and as he tried to close it the wind caught it and pulled Mr. True out. He struck on his head receiving a large* gash, also injuries to his neck. He was taken to a hospital in Waverly. TOYS We make all kindi of TOYS out of'wood. Write or phone for . . . . · WHOLESALE PRICES · FREE CATALOGUE Toys on sale in Mason City at the Boomtiower Hdw. CANFIELD McCANN TOY COMPANY 208 7th N. Ei Mason City 2573-J EVERY ·MCONOC LAST YEAR RED CROSS CAMP AMD HOSPITAL WORKERS AIDED AUS.SERVICE MAM IN THE.US. OR IN M COUNTRIES AND ISLANDS OVER; MAS IN SOME PERSONAL OR. FAMILY PROBLEM F THE MOVIE SHOWS SCREENED 3Y THE RED CROSS IN HOSPITALS Of OUR. ARMED fORCK IN A MMHC MONTH WERE SHOWN CONSECUTIVELV THEV WOULD RUN DAY ANO NIGHT Buy War Stamps from your Globe-Gazette carrier boy. Lemon Juice Recipe Checks Rheumatic Pain Quickly II you suffer from rheuma tic, arthritis or neuritis pain, try this simple Inexpensive home recipe that thousands are usixi£. Get a package of Ru-Ex Compound, · two-week supply, today. Mix It with, a quart of xvater. add the Juice of 4 lemons. It's easy. No trouble at all and pleasant. You need only 3 lablcspoonfuls two times a day. Often within 43 hours--sometimes overnight-splendid results are obtained. If the pains do not quickly leave and it you do cot feel better, return the empty package and Ru-Ex will cost you nothing to try as it is sold by your druggist under an absolute money-back guarantee. Ru-Ex Compound is for sale a nd recommended by Osco Drug Co.. Ford Hopkins, and drug stores everywhere. OPEN PROBE OF DRAFT POLICIES House Committee to Study Deferments Washington, (/P) -- Threatening legislation to ban all but physical deferments for men between 18 and 26, Chairman May (D-Ky.) Wednesday reopened the house military committee's investigation! of draft deferment policies. Announcing a meeting of a special sub-committee headed by Rep. Costello (D-CaL), May said the group was concerned about "the efforts of War Manpower Commissioner Paul McNutt and War Production Board Chairman Donald Nelson to persuade the president to bring about the deferment of non-fathers and the| induction of fathers." He referred to the report ma earlier this week by McNutt and Nelson to the president concerning the needs of essential industry (or deferment of skilled workers. "Apparently," said May in an interview, "the idea is to keep these young non-fathers in industry and put the older men, the fathers, into 'uniform." Induction of older fathers, he added, "is costing large sums o: money because of allotment and allowance payments, it is breaking up homes and many of the men thus inducted are not fit for active, strenuous military duty." "The army doesn't want these older men," he declared. Meanwhile, a new selective service order tannins occupational deferments for men under 26, with some significant exceptions, insured the drafting of more fathers, since it left local boards no Alexander--Petty Officers Gor- discretion in giving stays to men "MONTGOMERY, .WARD. 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Continental Oil Company CONOCO N MOTOR OIL 25 and younger. Previously the deferment prohibition applied only to those 18 through 22. But the exceptions opened way for highly critical war industries to hold their young technicians. Telegrams sent to state drat headquarters specified that state directors "are expected to recommend the deferments of individual registrants under 26 years of age without v.'hose services the production requirements of critical industry cannot be met." War agency officials said they expected the next move would be the creation of machinery for the preparation of a "critical list" ol industries--presumably chosen by the war production board and the war m a n p o w e r commission-whose key workers could be spared by action of the state directors. The new draft order leaves untouched about half 3 million young farmers who are protected by the Tydings amendment to the selec tive service act providing for the deferment of men essential toj agriculture. I The war department was said tcJ look with disfavor, however, oru the large number of young men deferred on farms, in view of the army's need for use of those xinder 36 for combat replacements. Selective service reported that 502,ODO men under 2B were deferred in agriculture of whom 394,000 are in the 18-21 age group. Mr, Koosevelt indicated at his news conference Tuesday that under the new draft policy, some youths currently employed all making bullets and rifles would be more useful in the army or navy since production of these items now is being curtailed. On the other hand, those making landtag craft, one of the prime war programs at present, would be more essential in their jobs. First witness called by the Ma committee was Colonel Francis V Keesling.-Jr., legislative represen-l tative for the national selectivel service. I Keesling was expected to be asked to explain the entire deferment policy, the steps taken to obtain replacements for younger men deferred because of their occupation, and the extent to which prewar fathers are being inducted. MRS. RASSHJSSEN DIES Goldfield--Funeral services for Mrs. F. C. Hasmussen, 72, who died at her home here Sunday will be held at the Kubitschek and Kastler funeral home at Eagle Grove Friday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock with the Rev. J. Lester Williams, pastor of the Goldfield Baptist church officiating. Mrs. Rasmussen was a .resident of the Goldfield vicinity for over half a century. HOLD DeWALLE RITES Cresco -- Funeral services for Charles A. DeWalle, 63, who died at his home in Cresco Sunday, were held Tuesday at the Assumption Catholic church, with burial at Calvary cemetery, the Rev. E. J. Supple, pastor, officiating. L. W. 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