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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 10, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                TWO MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE MONDAY PEC 1928 FARM BUREAU IS TOLD TO AWAIT PLAN OFJWVER GiVe PresidentElect All Consideration Says Sam Thompson OKIOAfiO Dec 10 MfVThe Ameri canFarm Bureau federation waa ad vised today by Its president Sam H Thompson to hold In abeyance any plan for farm relief and wholeheartedly meet PresidentElect Hoover on an open basis and consider on their merits any proposals ad vanced by the Incoming administration to obtain equality for His address opened the federation convention this morning Thompson asserted that the most heartening thing that has happened since the or ganization started ite battle for farm equality waa the statement of Hoover that the farm problem Is the most urgent economical problem In our na tion and his promise an ex tra session ot congress If the present session arrives at no solution Is Natoria Problem At last the agricultural problem has become the nations Thompson said We have alvroyacon tended and we now contend that the American policy of protection should bo made just as effective for agricul ture as it has been for Industry and Getting Skinnier Every Day Hollow in Cheeks Neck and Chest Growing Deeper Every Week Telia Weak Thin Scrawny Men and Women How to Gain 5 Lbs In 30 Days Tens of thousands of thin rundown and women get ting giving up all hope of ever being able to take on flesh and look healthy and strong All such people can stop worrying and start to smile and enjoy life right now for McCoys Tablets are putting flesh on hosts of skinny folks every Jay One woman tired weak and dis couraged put on IB pounds in five and now feels fine McCoy takes all the this Ironclad guarantee It after taking 4 sixty cent boxes ot McCoy Is Tablets or 2 One Dollar boxes any thin under weight man or woman doesnt gain at least 6 pounds and feel completely satis led with the marked improve ment in money will be refunded Just ask for McCoys Tablets at or any drugstore also distributors of McCoys Cod is none better labor and thus assure the farmer an American price for the products of his Outlining the Farm Bureaus pros pective program ot service to agricul ture for fee coming year Thompson declared that the economic rehabilita tion which this program promoted foreshadows period ot unprecedent ed Included in the Farm Bureau pro jects he placed prominently the inten tion to extend cooperative marketing thru the rendering of certain specific services to existing organizations and development ot new ones pushing to completion of freight rate hearings under the HochSmlth resolution ex tension ot farmers taxequalization campaign development of highways and Inland waterways and assistance in finding new uses for agricultural products To farni development of the Farm Bureauprogram will mean a new standard of he con tinued It will mean a happy con tented home on a majority of our farms To and town popula tion it wjll mean a tremendous new and expanding market for manufac tured products that will vasljy stimu late commerce less labor competition and lower food and clothing The problem of how the chemist can help solve the farmers problems was discussed by Dr Charles M A Stlne industrial chemlet of Wilmlncrton Del He suggested that government labor atorles should be established In which to prosecute the fundamental research necessary for the potentialities of chemistrys aid to agriculture can be fully William Gutterworth of Washing ton president of the chamber ot com merce ot the United States told of the farmers efforts to establish his bus iness on a sound and profitable basis and Is ready and willing to help him Depends on Farms There am few men left In any com Buterworth said who do not fully realize that no matter what their business it prospers or declnes very much as farming prospers or Butterworth tod ot the adoption by his organization of an agrloutural policy which includes reasonable pro tection cooperative marketing meet ing ot agricultural credit requirements and creation ot a federal farm board Receive Sentences For Intoxication George Peterson and Earl Burns orfelted bonds of 1B and costs when hey failed to appear In police court o answer intoxication charges Ed win Johnson and Walter ONeal were given 5 days in jail on the same harKes S G Owens paid a ffne ot 10 and costs and J L Woodgard for eited a bond on like charges WRONG PAKKING COSTS Roy GeorgoCf forfeited a J5 bond for violation of a parking ordinance when he failed to appear In police court Monday so lets not hear any more please about dumb Eveninjr Courier COOLIDGE URGES SUMMER HOME IN NEARBYLOCATION Wants Place in Hills to Use During Sultry Days WASHINGTON Deo 10 Herbert Hoover and other presi dents to come may go the benefit of President Cooliages suggestion that tlis chief executive be provided with a country white house Only a few months before his retire ment from office the president has de clared that the health not only ot the president but the mistress of the white house would be benefited It there were some place in the hills near Washington where they might go to escape the heat and tedium of sum mer Writing for the fiftieth anniversary of the St Louis Post ident Coolldge said As a president about to retire I feel at liberty to write of certain phases of that office which one who was entering upon Its duties might feel some hesitation In discussing He declared that he referred to the health and physical condition of the president adding not so much for my own sake as for my Been Healthiest President I have often remarked that at least I had one he continued I have been the healthiest president that the country has ever President ooolidge said that he had accomplished this by systematic ex ercise and regular hablte and then after talking of the arduous Suites ot a president and the necessity for con serving his strength he niade his pro posal for a country white house Washington to practically at sea he said Its climate Is ceedlngly good all the year round climate but at times the humidity Is high and unrelieved It becomes mono tonous The only avenue of escape for the president Is the naval boat May President Coolldgs explained the chief executive has little freedom of moiement and heasserted that the only place he could enter without con siderable preliminary disturbance Is the white house For these he said It seems to me that some place should be provided In the hllla within easy strik ing distance of Washington where the president might go for two or three days at a time when he waa so dis posed with conveniences for enter taining members of the government and other guests where he could have that freedom of action which he has only at house and where ha could get a complete change of at mosphere Life Is Restricted While I have made no mention of the mistress of the white house she is of course to be considered The public little understands the very ex acting duties that she rauat perform and the restrictive life that ehe must lead Fully as much u the president she needs the opportunity for a change and some place where she can have the seclusion of the white house without a constant reminder of its ob He declared that such a residence not be In a strict sense a sum mer white house but added If such a place had been provided I should not have desired to leave Washington so early In the season or return so late Being distant from the capital for a considerable of time each summer Is attended with a good many inconveniences even when we have the use of the airplane for mail purposes and a special wire running Into the white house Since President Coolldge took office he has spent a part of only one sum mer in has gone away for the summer every year save when he returned to Washington after the death of President Harding He went to Swampscott In 19S5 and to Adlrondacks in New York in 19Z6 While there he took up fish ing and that Interest has apparently grown from that time The president went west in 1927 spending the sum mer vacation In the Black Hills near Kapid Cltyj S and in 1938 he went to Wisconsin President Coolldge spent a few days around Thanksgiving at the Swan nonoai country club In Virginia Whether he had that spot or one sim ilar to it In mind when he suggested a country white house fa not known Never Accepted Offer While talking of the proposed presi entlal retreat President Coolidge said hat a legacy left for a summer white house was never accepted by congress The legacy of J Wilson Leaklrt In 1923 a Baltimore bank which administered his estate he white house that had oft by him to build a summer whit house or structure for similar pur loses within automobile distance c he white house However it stim the offer that congress must accept it within IS months and the me limit passed without action being taken Greater Volume Now Brings Lower Prices on the New Frigidaire The unprecedented public acceptance of the New Frigid aire has resulted in the greatest increase in volume in the history of the business Quiet surpassing beauty and lasting economy have further an already overwhelming prefer i ence of buyers everywhere This tremendous volume has resulted in further produc tion economies In accordance with due fixed policy of General Motors these economies are being passed on to the Savings as great as We therefore announce a sweeping reduction in the prices of household models amountingto as much as effective December 10th A comparison ofFrigidair e value with any other electric refrigerator will emphasize the importance of this further reduction of prices We are glad to make this announcement at the pres ent time for it will enable many additional thousands of homes to have the advan tages of Frigidaire Automatic Refrigeration for Christmas The New Frigidaires and details of prices and terms are now available at Frigid aire display rooms every where FRIGIDAIRE CORPORATION SubodUoy of General Motors DAYTON OHIO Walton Maytag Co 212 So Federal Ave Phone 611 ROP GARS ARE GREETED BY BIG CROWDS ON TRIP Train Scheduled to Stop at Six Towns This Week During the week of Dec 2 to Dec 8 ho crop cars of the American Beet Sugar company M and St Rock Island railroads visited the cities of Sheffield rtbckwell and fManly and Plymouth lunctlon therewas a the cars and tor he evening1 motion pictures were howh This week the earn it Nora Springs Hockford Marble lock Kensett Northwood and at Gor lonsvllle Minn Acreage yields of corn comprise the all important question at present In all sections reports from the sugar beet growers continue to show re sults Some of the figures received his week are as follows J B Spen cer Truman 70 bushels an icre on land that produced tons eeta an acre in 1027 C R Hargraves 15 ot corn per acre In 192S nd last year the same field produced tons of beets an acre S J Stamerson Woden 72 an acre and lastyear on the same land rew tons an acre 61 sugar beets j A Preston Wells lush els corn an acre last year boets to the acre Anthony Buns Woden 70 bushels corn to the acre and in 1928 on the same land ons of sugar beets an acre B J Trca Sayfleld 76 bushels corn an acre and in 1927 on the same field tons of beela an acre Averaging the above group the aver ige yield an acre ot the two year crop s thus tons sugar beets an acre in 1927 and on the same land this year bushels corn an acre A value at present prices of an acre for beets and for corn L A Prestons report shows his field to contain acres and his crop rotation as follows 1922 corn 1D23 beets S tons an acre 1924 corn 1925 beets 13 tons an acre 1926 bar ley 1927 beets tons an acre 1028 corn bushels an acre Soy beans are being grown by a great many farmers near Sheffield for both feed and green manure and some splendid results have been obtained with this cropXwere the reports to the man on train Ricevifle Man Draws Gun Upon His Tenant OSAGE Dec Loney RIcevllle was arrested Friday for drawing a gun on his tenant W E Baker who lives northeast of Mc Intlre Before the case came to trial before Justice La Rue the two men had Buttled their differences out of court Levl Glfford was brtt before Jristlco La Hue Saturday afternoon charged with driving while intoxicated He asked for change ot venue to Prank Loomis1 Justice court and there waived preliminary hearing and was bound ever to the grand jury andbonds were fixed at Woden Station Bought WODEN Dec Gibson Buffalo center has purchased the fll ling station in the west part of town He Is installing new pumps Mr Gibson lived here several years ago He and hfe wire will occupy the J Modole residence Manly Grocery Sold MANLY Doc grocery part of the Rundar grocery ket has been sold to J O Folio who has moved hero from Haywarden Minn Carl Rimder former owner will retain ownership of the moat market v POWERFUL DECEMBER CLOTHING VALUES Hum Mark Hart Schafiner Suits up Savings that come with the 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