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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 1, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                TWO MASON PARCEL POST TO CUBA IS STOPPED Statute Is Cause of Rupture With Cuban Government According to an announcement re celved by Postmaster Q M Wooflrufl from Second Assistant Postmaster W Irving Clover all parce post Bhlpments consigned for Cuba are to be discontinued immediately The statement explains that For many yeara this department endeav orded to conclude a permanent parcel convention With Cuba but success Cuba bavins no Interest in such an arrangement because of a United States lawwhich prohibits tut importation into this county of JOBS than clgarets or cheroots single package thus excluding from the pace poat one ot the main pro ducts ot Cuba however in the fall 01 1925 the department succeededIn ne gotiating a temporary parcelpost Agreement with Cuba effective Janu ary 1 1926 which stipula tion that H the abovementioned ob Jectlonabls statutes are not amended BO as to admit to the parcel post thte important product of Cuba that IB clears delete and cheropte the Cuban government has the right tc abrogate the agreement effective June H n 1O27 Following urgent negotiatlona Cuba agreed to defer the carrying this stipulation until March 1 1B28 order to allow the United States fuithar opportunity to obtain the de sired modification of objectionable statutes A bill to this effect Is now under consideration by congress but post masters have been Instructed thai parcelpost packages for Cuba should be accepted only so long as there remains sufficient time after the date of the mailing to allow the par eels unquestionably to reach Cuba before March According to local postofflce of flclals due to the statute prohibiting the Importation of clgarets Into thlt country from Cuba In quantities smaller than the number of such packages received here was negligible Hillman Is ReElected Simpson College Head INDIANOLA March John unanimously ro elccted president ot Simpson college Eagle Grove Will Use New Church on Sunday Above is new Methodist church at Eagle Grove which wtU1 be used lor the first ttme next Sunday when several services are mwT Rev W G Muhleman It pastor The official dedication of ther btilldinff will not take place until March 11 GROVE March thededicatory services for the new Methodist church here above will not be held until Sunday March 11 at which time Bishop P T Keensiy will speak tho first services In tho new structure are scheduled for next Sun day An allday program is planned for that flay and a series of events is listed for the week Tha program Sunday is Sixthirty a prayer and praise service 10 a Sunday school public service sacrament of the Lords supper Epworth league devotional meeting sacred concert Tha program for the week will be Monday evening pige organ recital by Miss Leda Everson Tuesday young peoples night at which time the Kev W H Spence of Burlington will speak Wednesday womens night Thursday public reception homecoming event and banquet Fri day lecture by Dr E G Cut shall Denver Saturday social for young persons at Sunday March 11 will be dedica tion day Sunday school at 10 will be Crystal Lake to I a service a I March 18 to April 8 will be giver Beet Growers of U S Making Plea for Mexican Labor WASHINGTON March Touching on the nations labor situa tion from several angles new opposi tion was brot by the sugar beet and railroad Industries yesterday before house and senate committees against he Box bill to restrict western hem sphere immigration Sugar beet growers and manufac turers presented to the house com mittee the argument that Mexican la bor in addition to performing the tasks of the farm was aiding In cur tailing the surplus of agricultural pro ducts by enabling the farmers to pro duce crops which In addition to help Ing to fill the nations sugar bowl did not add to the staples In which a sur plus exists Before tho senate committee Alfred P Thorn general counsel for the American Railway association and E B Mclnnis general solicitor for the Atchlson Topelia Santa Fe railroad contended that by cutting oft the Mex ican labor supply thru passage of the Box bill congress would work a dou ble hardship upon the railroads In addition to forcing them to pay March wpitlt league young persons oi the community will glve a play here March 9 at the school house The play Is given for the benefit ot the church building fund evangelistic services in 1 1 higher competitive wage for tt Ths Uhetlev W Hamilton and singer they argued thalr freight rsons oi tyav ftofliqted bv ihe tias1 hv tha Jnabil One Cent a Day Brings a Month Thousands Talttng Advantace of Lib eral Insurance Offer Policy Sent Free far Inspection KANSAS CITY In surance at a cost of ono cent a day is being featured In a policy Issued by the Insurance as sociation The benefits are J100 a month for 13 to at death The premium Is only a jear or exactly one cent a day Of the thou sands of applications received many have come from the agents and ex ecutives of other Insurance companies The offer Is limited to policies Women and children over 10 are eligible No medical examination I SENI NO MONEY To secure 10 Oaya free Inspection of policy send no money Mail to the Na tional Protective Insurance associa tion 1167 Scarritt Kansas City Mo7 the following Information Name age address beneficiarys name and relationship After reading the you may either return it without ob ligation or send to put policy in the Ray Shlmer assisted by ihe pas Rev Indians Want to Remain Proteges of Uncle Sam of the opposed tha invasion of their lands by White pioneers today are grateful for the protection of the government which conquered them Indianchiefs representing tribes which Included the Yaklmns ot Wash ington the Sioux Cheyennea and Crows of Montana Wyoming and the Dakotas together with tho entire trib al council ot 40 braves of the Osages In Oklahoma recently came to Wash ington to protest to Chairman itt of the house Indian affairs com mittee against a bill which proposes to place certaMn Indian agencies In the hands of the states The bill which was framed by the interior department would permit states to assume the education health would down by the inability of farmers to produce their norma crops Former Resident of Ackley Dies in Arizona ACKXEY March W Bonacker 75 a former resident here for many years died at his home In Phoenix last Friday according to word received here The body will be brot to Ackley for burial It Is ex pected to arrive on Friday and the uneral services will be held at a local undertaking parlor and welfare work among the Indians but the tribesmen assert they desire to remain under the protection of the federal gov Dont forget you are invited to have breakfast with the DWARFIES next Saturday great white ernment Emlg nock Falls Visit ROCK FAtXS March Luedtke left Tuesday for his home in Medina N Dak He hns been here tho past six weeks the guest of Mr and Mrs Gus Tost Rods Fulls Supper Nets ROCK FALLS March Com munity club supper and Ua other at tractions made There was a big crowd Moves to Crystal lilke CUYSTAI LAKE March W Swan west ot town has purchased what is known as the Lou Larson residence and will move here with his family Floyd Swan will live on the farm For Sound Sleep and 48 Hour Test If getting up nights bladder weak ness backache burning or itching sensation or leg or groin pains seem to be lowering your health pep and vitality why not make the new Cys tex 48 Hour Test Just step Into any drug store and ask for Cystex Put It to a 48 hour teat If you goon feel like new full of pep able to sleep soundly with pains alleviated It will coat you only aoc otherwise nothing Kont give up Dont wait Feel better tomorrow Learn the joy of living No need to risk a penny on unproved things because you are the sole judge of your satis Jactlon under the Cystex legal bind ing money back guarantee We Sell the nations largest selling brands of cigars 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