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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 12

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, May 10, 1934
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TWELVE MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MAY 10 1934 IOWA CORN-HOG PLANS DELAYED About 20 Counties Fail to Give Information Asked at Washington. . .'DBS MOttfES, May 10. UP--The Iowa corn-hog program and payment "of benefit checks are being failure of about· 20 counties to furnish information required by the corn-hog section in WASHOUT 15 MILES OF KIDNEY TUBES Win Bach Pep .. .Vigor ...ViUlily Medical authorities oeree that your fcld- nejB contain IB MILES ot tin? tubw or Slttrs which belli to purify the Hood and keep you hcetthy. They should poor out thru the bladder S pints of fluid * day vhlch contains 4 pounds 'Of waste mutter. If you have trouble with too frequent bladder passage* with scanty amount caua- iflK burning and discomfort, the IE MILES of kidney tubes need wnshinsr out This danger aitroal may be the beginning of naseinc backache, leff pains, loss of pep end vitality, cettinz up niffhta, lumbago, swollen feet and ankles, rheumatic pains and dizziness. If kidneys don't empty 8 pints every day «nd get rid of 4 pounds of waste matter. 7our body will take up these poisons causing ·erious trouble. It may knock you out and lay you up for many months. Don't -wait. Ask your druggist for DOAN'S PILLS ... a doctor's prraerictlon . . . which haa teen used successfully by millions of kidney lufferers for over 40 years. They give quick relief and Trill help to wash oat the IS MILES of kidney tubes. . But don't take chances with strong drUOT or so-called "kidney cures" that claim to fix you up in 15 minutes. Your common ncnse will tell you that this is impossible. Treatments of this nature may seriously injure and irritate delicate tissues. Insist on DOAN'S PILLS ... the old reliable relief that contain no "dope" or habit-forming drugs. Be sure you get DOAN'S PILLS »t your druggist, (fil 1334. Foster-Milbura Co. Washington, Leslie M. Carl, federal statistician and chairman of the corn-hog: board of review, said today. . The Information consists of certain figures which the state board needs before it can make up county quotas, Carl said. Until county quotas are fixed allotment committees cannot adjust production figures and obtain final signatures to contracts, Carl asserted. Some information requested by the board is more than two weeks overdue, Carl declared. Admitting that-county committees are "rushed to death with corn-hog work," however, Carl emphasized that delay in these counties is slowing up the entire program in the state. Carl explained that the board has asked for an analysis of figures to show how complete had been the canvass of non-signers--information needed to determine bow complete are the total production figures on the listing sheets of each county. Quotas will be made on the basis of total contracts signed, not for the entire county, said Carl. Hence, he added, it is necessary to know, how" many acres of corn and how many hogs are not included in the contracts, and whether they are on eligible or non-eligible farms. A number of counties did not make a complete canvass of non- signers, Carl asserted. "It Helps Me!" That's what 98 out of 100 women say after taking ibis medicine. It quiets quivering netves, gives them more strength before and after childbirth, tides them over Change of Life .;; mikes life seem worth living again. LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND FINK'S SMART APPAREL Coat Prices SLASHED! To the Low Level of Entire Season Anyone not having purchased a coat will save ,by buying now--our stock is complete and . . i \. ,, · ' ' ' : ^ -': ' We All Know Prices Wilt Be Higher You will still have many occasions to wear a coat this season WE HAVE A BEAUTIFUL SELECTION AT 11 90 Values to $32.90 REDUCTIONS ON AIX BANQUET AKD GRADUATION DRESSES These dresses have all been purchased to sell much higher. New arrivals daily. The last minute shopper will save here. Worth Double SILK DRESSES Crepes - Sheers Prints - Dots All Pastel Shades SIZES 12 TO 44 Saturday Morning ONLY DRESSES Bargains You Will Never Forget Don't Miss This Opportunity AFTER FEDERAL JOB NEW BLOW AIMED AT BOOTLEGGERS Treasury's New Alcohol Tax Unit Goes Into Action Under F. R. Or3ers. WASHINGTON, May 10. UP)-- Jncle Sam let fly a new blow at ootleggers today. Under an, executive order by 'resident Roosevelt, effective today, le treasury's new alcohol tax unit vent into action under Arthur J. lellott, 45 year old Kansas City at- orncy. Fourteen hundred men were dele- ated as a front line battalion gainst bootleggers and other liquor ax evaders in charge o£ Captain iVilliam R. Sayles, U. S. N. retired fho has a record as the navy's "po- ce chief." He once actually served as chief of police in Schleswig Hol- tein to supervise the 1919 plebiscite Hany P. Hornby (above), publisher in the home town of Vice President John Garner, TJvalde, Tex., has been indorsed by many Texas publishers .for the job of fourth assistant postmaster general. Hornby was credited with starting the Garner-for-president movement. (Associated Press Photo). 15 SOUTH FEDERAL AVB, BESTENLEHNER DIES IN CRASH Ottumwa Man Survived by Brothers at Whittemore and Algona. OTTUMWA, -May 10. C/B--Mat- Sew E. Bestenlehner, 38, steward at the Elks club here, died at the Ottumwa hospital today of injuries suffered when the coupe he was driving struck a telephone pole on Church street, about 15 minutes earlier. Nick Latimer, 62, a passenger in ie Bestenlehner car, suffered concussion of the brain and painful cuts :o the head and face but was improving today, and will probably be dismissed from the hospital soon. Circumstances surrounding the accident were not clear. The pole struck was on the left hand side of the street as the car was being driven south. After the car hit the 30le at a glancing angle it proceeded 45 feet farther down the street before coming to a stop. Both men were thrown from the car. Bestenlehner suffered a fractured skull .and other-head injuries. '. Bestenlehner'is survived "by "four brothers, Andrew of Ottumwa, Frank of Whittemore, Joseph of Al gona, Ignatius of Muscatine and a sister, Mrs. John H. Strain of Muscatine. No funeral arrangements have been made. Two Changes Are Made in Teaching Staff- at Alta Vista by Board ALTA VISTA, May 10.--With the last signed contract returned to the local public school board the faculty for next year has been completed. Two changes have been made in the personnel. Supt D. B. Stu'bbs was retained for his fourth year as head of the local institution and Prof. T. C Ruggles, principal, will again teach the commercial and mathematics departments. Miss Genevieve Flatjord -will return as · grade teacher while Miss Clara Diekman and Miss Bernice Behnke will not return because of other plans. Miss Joyce Trassler of Ridgeway succeeds Miss Diekman and wil have charge of English, dramatics and music. She is a graduate of the State University of Iowa and a present is teaching English and mu sic in Ridgeway. Miss.Myrtle Lind of Dumont ha; been engaged as successor to Mis Behnke and will teach the interme diate grades and home economics the high school. Miss Lind receiver, her economics training at low. State college at Ames and ha -taught at Aredale the past tw years. under the Versailles traty. The new treasury unit expects to grow ultimately to 4,000 men, allowing 1,850 agents for combatting illicit liquor trading and the rest for collcting legal taxes. Mrs. Walker Named Head of Parley at Rockford ROCKFORD, May 10.--Mrs. Er- mlna Walker, first president of the Ivan C. Walker unit of the American Legion auxiliary, was elected president of the past presidents' parley at an organization meeting held at the home of Mrs. Eleanor Yenerich, following the monthly meeting Tuesday evening. Other officers elected were Mrs. Mary Witter, first vice president and Maye Leigh, secretary. At the regular meeting Mrs. Elsie Lohr outlined the poppy program and Mrs. Corrine Michell had charge of the memorial service for deceased members. The best neighborhood to live in is just inside your income.--Cedar Rapids Gazette. TO RELAX LITTLE BUSINESS RULES NRA Wants to Quit Strict Supervision of Local Service Trades. WASHINGTON, May 10. UP)--An early abandonment of attempts to supervise every little business in the land was definitely indicated today at NRA. Badgered and burdened with petty code differences, Hugh S. Johnson's chief aides are studying the ground for retreat along this line. In guarded utterances, officials admit a definite reaction against wholesale code writing and policing. They foresee some difficulty, however, in extricating themselves. Almost unanimously they want to quit supervising strictly local service trades, such as pressing shops, barbers and bootblacks. An increas- ing number of officials want to junk complicated price maintenance and cost finding provisions which are giving trouble in many codes. Two things, however, stand in the way: First, trade association groups which demanded and obtained codes so as to extend their influence over unorganized competition, are fighting hard to hold this ground. Second, labor in miscellaneous trades, almost unable to organize and act in concert, is ready to ob- ject mightily at being left to fend for itself. Good News for Kidney Sufferers! Here 19 relief that eoea right into the irritated kidney and bladder crpwu BO quickly* you c*» ·ctudly SEE results within n few hours. Flushe* out poisons, neutralizes burning adds, brinn promptfloothing comfort. No more aching bade, weak bladder, sore painful join to from Jack of kidney nctivitv. Ask druggist for Foley PiJto-- kite no other. Monty back luarante*. /DELICAmYS 'FRAGRANT' Toilet And Nursery Cutlcura Talcum, pure and medicated with balsamic essential oils, is indispensable to the comfort of every member of the family. Get the beneficial results of these essences by dusting on Cutlcura Talcum -- ace how cool and refreshed your skin is, free from any chafing or irritation. Truly beneficial to the skin and especially recommended for babies* Price 2Sc Proprietors: Potter Drug Chemical Corp., Maiden, Mas*. At the Hospitals William Fields, Manly, was dismissed from the Park hospital Wednesday following treatment. Valentino Gonzalez, 724 Harrison avenue southwest, was dismissed from the Mercy hospital Wednesday following treatment. Mrs. Pauline Simon, 314 Fifth street northwest, was dismissed from the Park hospital Wednesday following treatment. Mrs. Kenneth Wybourny. Central heights, was dismissed from the Mercy hospital Wednesday following treatment. L. W. Hawkins, 202 Second street southeast, was dismissed from the Park hospital Wednesday following a minor operation. C. H. Lennan, 1130 Fourth street southwest, was dismissed from the Mercy hospital Wednesday following a minor operation, Mrs. Robert Fletcher, 1427 Jefferson avenue northwest, was dismissed from the Park hospital Wed- I nesday following treatment. ! Howard Paulson, Mason City, was I admitted to the Mercy hospital i Wednesday for a minor operation. 50 f HIND ^.r~ra ?v s DRUG STORE I NO SALES TO. 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