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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 25, 1937
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. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 25 · 1937 SEVEN "EVER NORMAL GRANARY URGED" ^Wallace Aide Sees "Logical ·Remedy" for Droughts and Surpluses. AMES, (#} -- Harry L.. Brown, ^/assistant secretary. o£ agriculture, proposed an "ever normal granary" Thursday as the "logical remedy" for agriculture's droughts and surpluses. He said in a radio address (station WOI) that the plan as developed by Secretary Wallace "would protect the producer as well as the consumer, because it would help to stabilize not only .prices but production." Brown warned that the evei normal granary "cannot succeec by itsell" but only "as a part o a broader program which includes some method for storing crops in the soil as well as in the bin." Does Not Have Power. "The federal government doe- not now possess the power to encourage concerted crop control,' lie said. "It does not have the power to interest farmers in spi conservation and to offer then · material grants for soil conserva lion practices. . "Anything done to build up th ever normal granary should cer tainly be integrated with the na tional soil conservation program and it may prove necessary in th end to link it with stipulations fo control of production." Hold BacU Part. Brown said it is desirable i . years of bumper crops to ho! buck a part of the supply "so tha prices will not collapse disastrous ly and so that reserves can b built up for the lean years." "What we need is an even flo 1 of production to market, wit seasonal alterations in productio supplemented by an adequate stor age program, with the-main trend .in production governed by a Ion view, concerted program of cro adjustment," he concluded. /laiguerite Eustice and 6 Others Free of Kidnap Charges CHICAGO, OT--Miss Marguer:e Eustice and six others Thursay stood freed of prosecution on kidnaping" charges brought by Quin O'Brien, Chicago assistant orporution counsel, after a gvanc ury refused to indict them. O'Brien charged lie was .kid- naped and .forced into marriage vitii Miss Eustice at Morrison, 111. Assistant State's Attorney Gordon Nash said the return of "no sills" against the defendants vculd end their prosecution. Besides Miss Eustice, those wlio lad been held to the grand jury were her father, Dr. William Eus- ice; his wife, Blanche George Casper; Frank Fenicara; James rman and Joseph Abbatacola. Still pending were the silver haired barrister's suit for annulment of the "marriage," and Miss Eustice's suit for separate maintenance. -4 ^ - 5 V, ""^ :? "*·*·* K-3» Mrs. Stroble Rites Conducted in Calmar CALMAR--Funeral s e r v i c e s were held Wednesday morning for Mrs. Elizabeth Stroble, 78, who died at the home ol her daughter, Mrs. E. A. Grifiut in Minneapolis after a lingering illness. The services were held from the St. Aloysius church with the Hev. Joseph Vollmecke officiating. Surviving are her children, Mrs. E. A. Grif- iut of Minneapolis, Mrs. Ralph Kuenan of Brownsville, Texas, and Louise White, Bear Lake, Minn., one sister, Mrs. Mary Bechel of Glenville, Minn., and one brother, Frank Pletlca of Calmar. P »L «ferv % -;.- *r x %w*r»% ^ "· ,,*' rjM#*b? * . ' £ '(*·?*.^i',V*- ·* TOt AX * ' - :,,%j *#te-' * \ ·,, **"* "·***· » ? ^^*%1^'3^^K v i *- · i 4 , ' **!£,*'··*· ,ire»c**f , ' / '-" »^ , '*··· v *« rlR^M " -* ^ 4^' vrV^fc * ^ * »a* -x, A ^ rf; le-*vSt V* *·, "* · ' . ' ,' ,3,*~,#^r: XV » ·» * f " ^ f ,,;? i ( , * \ ! , * « » ^ ^ · / , *"J. ,, % y r / - ^ ' . J i- " * 'W ,.,*- ^ V . · * · * * . . J ./ , . . * Return From Chicago. MANLY--Mr. and Mrs. Merle Bartusek returned from a visit with relatives in Chicago, 111. Return From Chariton. HANSELL--Mrs. E. W. Shaw, and Mrs. J. C. Hartgrove motored to Chariton, Tuesday and returned Wednesday, accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Nellie Storie. APPARENTLY HEALTHY . . . DR. L. A. WELLS ' TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR GREAT\;SPR1NG SELLING.. r^XFEDERArMAS^S OPTOMETRIST : KITCHEN. JENSEN GLASSES Ray Woods, 30 year old St. Louis, Mo., bridge jumper, dives into San Francisco bay from flic new Oakland bridge, 186 feet above water. Woods suffered a brolteii back in the leap, made in defiance «f authorities. Mrs. Johnson Head of Corwith Woman's Club COR.W1TH--The Corwith Woman's club elected Mrs. C. C. Johnson, president; Mrs. Fred Bush, vice president; Mrs. J. W. Duckett, secretary; Miss Elva Stambaugh, treasurer, and Mrs. C. E. Galloway, county director. Mrs. C. H. Martin talked on the art work of several Iowa artists and Miss Stambaugh gave a paper on "Gifts .of the Land.", · . From FrienSs: I want to personally take this method of thanking alt of you for tile thousands ot letters and birthday cards and best wishes tiat I received last week for my birthday, which was the beginning of Sprinff--March 21st. Uly best wishes to all of you on your birthday, regardless of what date it is.--EARL E. MAY. Plant Lawn Grass Now! Kentucky Blue Grass Extra heavy seed for rich green lawns, ONLY, Ib MAYl'ARK--The perfect lawn mix- Luve, rich with White Dutch Clover and Bluegrass; also Red Top and Rye grass. Grows quickly. Only, Ib. 5 Ibs. Mayparh Lawn Seed and 5 Ibs. Special Lawn Fertilizer; enough for 1,000 sg. ft. of lawn »q 'feP'MMM^ · J4 ^^ FARM SEEDS Mayworth Extra Quality Seeds Maywortli Hay and Pasture Mixture, tfj O 1 C 50% Clovers, Per Bushel V O.1J Red Clover--Home grown, extra fancy 91 O C Per Bushel «p/i l *.4iJ Farm Belt Alfalfa, cxira Tancy Per Bushel ORANGES Large Juicy Valencias 4-5 Bushel Bag ONLY White Blossom Sweet Clover, fancy, Per Bushel SAYS TEACHERS PENSION NEEDED State Labor Head Favors Putting Profession on Business Basis. DBS MOINER--"Iowa needs to put her teaching profession oh a modern business basis in keeping with other professions, or at least in line with the old age security given to the average salaried citizen," J. C. Lewis told a meeting o£ the Labor Legislative council here Thursday. Urging support for the annuity enabling legislation now pending in the Iowa general assembly, Lewis charged that the lack of some sort of old age retirement plan for Iowa teachers was slowly undermining the standards of the teaching profession in the state. "Iowa teachers do not want charity, yet that is exactly what they face today when they are forced to retire due to old age or ill health," Lewis declared. "Due to this condition, the teaching profession in this state is failing to get the belter type graduates from our colleges. And if the trend continues, we cnmiol hope to preserve the present standards o£ our schools. "School teachers are barred from the social security program. All they ask is the passage o£ a bill which will set up some system, in which they can make regular payments from their salaries, and through which they can escape the present expectancy of an old age stalked by poverty. "Iowa is lagging fnr behind other states in this respect. Twentysix other states, and many cities and towns independently, have sel up annuity systems like that suggested in the present bill. As a result, these states are getting the good teachers--in Jact they are getting many good ones from Iowa. Why should a good teacher stay here, when other slates offer her the security she has every right to expect?" Costs you $2.00 less than last year! Anti-Fireworks Bill Signed by Governor DES MOINES, (/P)--Gov. Nelson G. Kraschcl signed the anti-fireworks bill and also a measure requiring all Iowa public bodies, with some qualification, to use only coal mined and produced in the state. Oil Burning 1 Drum Type Equipped witli carburetor float valve; Kwik Klccn burner; 8 gallon fuel lank; and biff steel canopy. I use tiiesc mj'self lo brood jny own Pedigreed White "Leghorns and White Rocks. EARL E. MAY Broods Healthy Happy Chicks Q C .OJ Complete Line of Poultry Equipment, Including Fountains, Feeders, Peat Litter, Etc. M a y way 750 ehlek size Brooder; drum size 22x8 in. formerly $12.95 NOW ONLY .. . HI a y way 1250 cliick sir.c Brooder; a new Super Giant Brooder--Drum size 25x8/ inch. C1Q QC ONLY . p l J . i J D DEEP CUT PRICES 500 CLEANSING TISSUES 16c Mail Orders Filled Same Day Received. Orders Amounting to $2 or Less, Add lOc for Postage. 13 North Federal Avenue. Phone 909 all for Friday and Saliitdi'v. RJ9ht_R«itrvtd to Limit Quantities No Sales to Dealers. P«* | Saturday and Sunday CHICKEN DINNER j tUrast chicken, s p i c y (dressing, whipped pota- 1 toes, your choice of vege- I .'able, salad, home baked [rolls, country b u t t e r , (choice of: bev- 1 n-age. · Bring the fmily. Hot Fudge SUNDAE IToasted Tuna, Fish Salad iSANDWICH 50 c Bakeiite S Minute C U T E X S E T 89c f L a Cross^$I.79l MANICURE SET ' you want to lake advantage oi' ill special offer you must act (juict. Our^ stock, is limited, so get your kit today at tin's 75c w pr 3lc 1.5 Singft or Double TRE-JUR COMPACTS S9c Pram Perfumes! Coty's L'AIMANT 65c Coty's L'ORIGAN 65c Hudnut's GEMEY 55c Coty's EMERAUDE 65c Caron's BELLODGIA 1.59 Guerlain's SHALIMAR 1.49 YARDLEY BATH D u s t i n g Powder I' 35 EVENING IN PARIS PERFUME SSc A 36" STREAMLINE ASSORTED COLORS With Every 50c Purchase or More . .Except at our Fountain, Tea.Room or Tobacco Departments. Fri. ahd Sat. only. 35c iSmithB^s. 19£ I For Good Little Boys and Girls, Bunnyville Chicken and Bunny Cutouts with every Carton of Easter Eggs. Chocolate Covered M A R S H M A L L O W EASTER E 6 G S Carton of 12 Cl /r» Delicious Eggs *y *U ·Or OE LUXE ICITCHENMADE CHOCOLATES D O A N ' S Kp ' ° N £ Y 43c Full Pint W H I T E ' S M A G N E S I A 14c 1.00 T O N I C 69 C 60c SYRUP OF F I G S 39 C 55c sther Chocolile Covered Cherry or Fruit and Nut Easter E G G S 2 for 5c ilclicions assortment o f j nongiils, cliaruu, c!ic creams, clu 1 Lb. 39 C' 3 Pounds-98c Chocolate Covered Fruit and Nut E G G 1 Lb. 23C 240 MILLER'S Y E A S T T A B L E T S 49c Hose Orops) PQWDERt 75c M-K Cough Remedy 69C 100 Halib. L. O. Vjo.Ojpi. 1.59 35c PRICE'S CHEST RUB 19c 15c MENTHOL INH AL E RS 6c 35c Johnson's Cold Tablet! 19c 1.00 SQUIBB C.L.O. 79c J\ B D Mail Extract 98c 100SOLAROL C.L.O 69c 1.25 VINKOLA TONIC 89c 75c SAGE and SULPHUR 49c 75c BISMADOR Antacid 39c 25c LOVALON RINSE 19c 50c Foihan's Tooth Pajtc 34c | Wfiilay Water Softener 5 Ib. 49C 50c Chamberlain's Lotion 42c| Formula "F" Tiitue Cream 89cj 50c DIOXOGEN CREAM 43c 50c Riito-Crat Shave Crezm 29c\ 1001 Arfpirin Tab 5 FIRST ROBIN Catches Cold £21 Sensibly Dress Sensibly Build Up with Halibettes 50*69' STOMACH ULCERS DUE TO EXCESSIVE ftCIOITY EARL E. MAY SEED CO. Phone 756 EARL E. MAY, President 26 Second St. N.'E. Mason City Plans to Build Addition. DECORAH--The building now occupied by Ray's Eat shop has been purchased by Dewey Tatro of the Dewey Tatro company of Decorah, who will use it for the Form Light plant service.' Mr. Tatro expects to build an addition lo the building this spring. The place was formerly owned by C. W. Freeman, and was purchased from his niece. Miss Cecil Thomas of Chippcwa Falls, Wis. Two Men Fined. ALGONA -- Jess Spcraw and Orval Hedrick, both of Algona, appeared before Justice of Peace P. A. Danson Wednesday on drunkenness charges. Both entered pleas of guilty and were each fined $5 and costs amounting to $3.35. Charges were filed by Mrs. Jess Umbenhower after the two became drunk on the premises of. Mrs. John Silert, _ inp, a f t e r \islnp; UDOA, report ftmnzini llcf, UDGA rcllrvps you of pa)n, nnuaea cl other discomforts, U D G A ix his lily rcc nmendcd for TJIcera. Arid Dyjinepsia, I l c n r t - rn, Indlgeatlnn, nnd Gna I'nlna. \vhen duo ·"·"._· "M to excess ticld. For q u i c k . 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