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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 1, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE MONDAY APRIL I 1920 FIVE IWA AUXILIARY FIRST OVER TOP esident Presents Check to Commander McNutt 1ES MOINES April 1 Ste of Iowa was the first to send i check for the 525000 the Amer n Legion auxiliary has pledged to Iin the work of the national re Mlitation committee of the Amer n Legion The check was prc ited to Paul V McNutt national Ifion commander by Mrs Boyce fklen Jr national Legion auxil 3y president Contributions of 10 cents a mem fire being asked of the individual ILary units by the national auxil ieadquarters Mrs A H HofC of Des Moines national rehab litation chairman of the auxiliary said The entire is to be raised and turned over to legion by April 6 the anniversary of Americas en trance into the World war Sirs Hoffman said there are now more than 60000 claims of disubled World war veterans on file with the Regions national rehabilitation committee All of these are waiting to be taken care of by the veterans bureau and as additional cases have come in the legion has found that lack of funds has handicapped it in keeping up with the claims It was for this reason that the auxil iary pledged the 525000 to aid the legion Interpreters Organize PARIS new kind of league of nations has been formed in association of foreign interpreters With headquarters ad joining the ministry of foreign aC fairs on the Quai dOrsay the as sociation includes among its mem bers citizens of every country on the face of the globe from Cuba to Can ada Avabia to Afghanistan WHY SuSSer with PILES HUNDREDS ot coses have been easily and successfully treated and the cause removed without an operation without an anesthetic uhhout hospital expense and at reasonable price Dr Wilbcrt Shnllenberger the Chicago Specialist has prac ticed the nonsurgical treatment of Piles for over 27 years and has a large number o pleased patients scattered throughout the Middlewest Why suffer the pain inconvenience and take chances ruining your health by neglecting a case Piles when a majority of cases will yield to nonsurgical treatment Such distressing conditions as Itching Bleeding Pain Protrusion and Constipation that accompany Piles and other Rectal disorders can he relieved by safe sane and humane methods Diseases of the Stomach Bowels Liver Kidneys and other chronic nervnui nnd special diseases scientifically treated Write for free booklet describing Iilti and associated Rectal troubles to Dr Wilhert Shallenbergcr 768 Qakwood Blvd Chicago 111 Consultation and examination free Dr Shallenberger Can Be Consulted at MASON CITY MOTEL CEIMIO GOHDO FRIDAY April 5th From8 A M to P M 850th Visit to Mason City SERVICE MEASURED NOT BY G OLD BUT UY THE GOLDEN RULE By This Conquer saw em iu Cross and they are today the motto of a great fraternal order which uses the phrase in the orig inal Latin In Hoc Signo Vinces We like the phrase particularly well in its application to the Sym bol of Service which appears above for it is truly a symbol that solves many problems MEYER FUNERAL HOME 243 FIFTH STREET SOUTHEAST or Nighu 1505 StriblingSharkey Fight Not Rough Say Nothing of Brutal Muse States GlobeGazette Editor in Final Installment of Letter Describes Loving Embraces of Pugs in Bathing Suits EDITORS installment featuring a description ot the StrlbllngSharkey prize fight aliened but nut con cludes u most interesting letter from V Muse editor written to tut editorial associate mid not designed for nuhlicii tion It is evident enough lliriiout the letter ami iiirlUttliirly so in this instnllnient Hint Sir Muse lists expiriciucd no plrrisure keener than that of seeing home folks and that lie is rager o get buck to his natlvo haunts In this coaneetinn reuilirs uviy be interested to know that Mr Slase will begin his nnrllnvird trip along about April 1ft There will he leisurely stops at Athmfa luittanoiiga Asltville Washington East Orange and ollirr iniinis alon I he wuy and he will probably not arrive in Mason City ninili before the first ot May MIAMI BEACH Fla March dwell in an apartment near the ocean on Miami Beach and wateliod with some curiosity if not inter est the construction of a vast amphitheater just four blocks away I was old that a great patriot who played with boiler rivets during the World var was erecting rows on rows at the importunity of some 40000 other patriots who wanted excuse ti lost the sunshine if not I he moonshine of vliami and witness an uplifting if upper cuts had enough punch box ng exhibition called by the ignorant hoi pulloi prizefight Being I in apostle of peace and having no ocrwccningdesire to see a man rej icved of his block before my very eyes the excitement and shock of i vhich might interfere with the restoration oC a South American Soroche heart I decided to forego the pleasure of being a witness Feared Sports Kdltors Ire But when I thot of the chill that vnuld greet me by the sporting editor and likewise the paymaster of the Journal of Civilization on lomecoming because I failed to the sports page with Mr James Corbett and other scholarly enmcn of the uplift I decided to oin the other 39SJ individuals born in Illinois sometimes known as the sucker state Sir Friday who wanted to see he performance so badly that he almost gave up his religion on the ast morning or uie coming event with a horseshoe in one hip pocket ind a rabbit foot in the other got AVO of the choicest sittings for the minimum charge and where wo could see not only the sparring well Dut also tho noted gents and ladies of the sporting and movie world He said that he didnt think the ex citement would affect my cardia and he was right BruUi Not Iihen Rough The Associated Press has told the story and there is no reason for me to resurrect the cadaver I had heard good people rail about the brutality of a prizefight Pardon sparring match but I did not dis cover anything brutal in two men dressed in a modern bathing suit coming out on a platform shaking mitts jumping up and down a few times then lovingly embracing each other and then dodging each other to see who could best play Pussy wants the corner When the Lord Treasurer asked me if I sawthe fight I had to be truthful jfcL f IRATE FATHER SHOOTS PRIEST The Ilcv Charles Erhenswick left of Holy Ghost German Catholic church Chicago was shot four times by Gaetana Minna father of two youths who were charged recently with rob linR the poor liox of the church Three Day Convention at Des Moines Will Start Wednesday DES MOINES April 1 convention that subordinates the uct speeches and bases its pro gram on the experiences of persons taking part in the program is the LatinAmerica Is Chief Topic of Trade Group Hope tO Bring About Further the presentation of economic Development of South ern Commerce BALTIMORE April 1 ther development of tlie export trade with Latin America will be tlie chief topic to confront the six teenth annual convention of the National Foreign Trade council This convention will be here April 1719 and is expected to attract upwards of 2000 delegates The meeting will mark the first assembly of local foreign trade councils export managers associa tions and similar groups Steps will lie taken toward national collabor ation of these smaller organizations Merchandising sessions will be in stituted and informal meetings wilt say lthere saw the fiasco There was one feature worth the price of admission and that was to watch the moods of a crowd of 40 000 men and women in a stadium in the hoursof darkness turned into brightest day It was a greater sea of faces than I had ever seen before with the possible exception of a Red Cross multitude in the amphi theater at Athens But I reflected twentysixth annual convention of the Religious Education association to be held at Des Moines for three days starting Wednesday This is the first time the Religious Education association has gathered j for its annual meeting outside a Funeral SeiVlCSS of metropolitan center and the second lime it lias held its convention west of the Mississippi river Persons who are putting theory iclo practice in field projects or who are making surveys and re searches will appear on the pro gram most of them speaking im promtu Working on what has al ready beeu discussed a steering committee will plan tha program for each session after the previous meeting has been concluded Discussion to Be Open pfefHOriH wlU Opfeil Lllfa diij cnssions on the various subjects af ter which the discussions will be turned over for general argument Thruout the convention the theme Character Education as a Community Responsibility will be followed The opening session on Wednes day night will be featured by three addresses on phases of this subject J M Arthur general secretary of problems confronting the exporter One feature will be the demonstra tion of modern methods of interna tional communication Cable tele graph telephone radio and wireless hookups will be arranged for actual demonstration before the delegates James A Fa ell president in summoning delegates to the meet ing says The foreign trade of the United States for 1928 showed continual development he declares The value was more than Manufactured products rose to 70 per cent of this total Of the raw material which comprises the other 30 percent cotton supplied two thirds of the value This develop ment of exported manufactured goods is the outstanding feature of the years trade H H Hinners 71 Are Held at Humboldt HUMBOLDT April services for H H Hinners VI re tired Humboldt farmer who died at the home of his son at Ochcye ian were held Saturday afternoon the Methodist church here tho COMPUTE FINANCIAL SERVICE HELPING THE MASON CITY COMMUNITY ADVANCE For the rapid advancement of a com munity it is essential that there should be general and alert interest in the affairs of the community It should be both individual and group interest This banks active interest in all mat ters affecting Mason Citys progress is natural because the men who are prominent in the bank are themselves vitally concerned with local develop ment You will find us always ready to cooperate in every practicable way for the advancement of this community FIR NATIONAL BANK MASON CITY Iowa Bank for Savings ank fo that 40 years ago I had seen in the R E A on The Old and the stead of a do2en in bathingsuits on a platform surrounded by 40000 witnesses a phalanx of 40000 all fighters in a parade of Union vet erans attending the Grand Armv encampment in Boston and there a real thrill in that Homo Faces Look The monotony of baking m the sand sleeping driving etc has been relieved by attendingRo tary and by birds of passage from home and other places E P Adler president of the Lee Syndicate and the Deutches or XJavenport who have formed a Trio of Travelers Guild brightened things in Janu ary Mrs Ferguson came down to see Jim Mrs Jim and the kiddies and flew to Havana and then by water and rail on to California Then the Braytons added the com fort of their presence Later the Boyles came to remain till the middle of April and the Jacy Stoddards to rest four weeks or more Then the Blythes and Miss Markley added a few days of de lightful fellowship and the visit of the daughter was not the least joy of the hegira Jlr and Mrs Bnce comfortably domiciled at the Co lumbus have proved Good Samar itans and charming hosts and Mr Brice has rounded up regularly every other day at least all the Ma son City colony to make sure none was In distress He was host at the Derby June Month of Anniversaries We enjoyed the hospitality of Dr and Mrs Van Ness and ladys cui sine in their beautiful tropical bun galow They are awaiting anxiously the month of June when their son and family will join them to cele brate the golden weddings of the senior Van Nesses the silver wed ding of the juniors and the birth days of the grandchildren all in June Riding from Jacksonville a few days ago from a trip to Florida in the smoking salon was a soutncrn gentleman loved to hear the music of his voice and rehearse in cidents in his career which loqua city was worse than dull Each lima he referred to his place in the pic ture he would say Pawdon this pussonal allusion He repeated jt so often that I thot he should say Pawdon this pussonal illusion On reading this effusion I dis cover a very profuse use of the per pendicular pronoun and am con strained to use the apology of my southern friend Please pawdoh these pussonal allusions THE END New in Character Education Wil liam Adams Brown president of the association on Current Trends in Education and Religion and Ray mond A Kent dean of Northwest ern university on The Growing Recognition of Character Education as a Community Responsibility Urako Ircxy to Speak Thursday morning the subject The Community as a Determiner of Character will be discussed in a meeting presided over by Dr D VV Morehouse president of Drake uni versity Rabbi Eugene Mannheimer of Des Moines will preside over tho Thursday evening session devoted to Problems of Individual Adjust ment Sectional meetings dealing with a half dozen subjects will je held Thursday afternoon and Fridav morning They will deal with the family public schools the church the college and university the li hrary and the press M G Clark superintendent of schools at Sioux City will preside over the meeting on public schools Night Flying Scheduled on European Airlines COPENHAGEN April 1 UP Plans arc being laid for a month trial this summer of nightflying on the CopenhagenAmsterdamLon donParis and the HelsingforsOslo Stockholm airmail routes 1C the experiment is successful it is probable that a regular night ser I vice during the summer montht will follow in 1930 Schedules wil probably oe arranged so that tho night hours of the flights will fa in the most northern sections of the routes where during the summct months it remains comparative light thruout the night One way says a California writer to avoid violating the laiv is to sit down and do nothing And he picked up for llcruld The WellDressed Fireman WINPIRtD Kan April UP shoon and fires dont nib well according to Jack Alexander 300pound fireman Three when Jack bought a new pai o resa shoes he appeared with at the fire department while ft duty Three times emergency cll sounded and Jack answering th alarm mined his shoes Rev J J Share minister of the parish assisting the pastor from Ocheyedan with the services Mr Hinners was born in Indiana and was married to Katie Knieriem of Humboldt who died 12 years ago He leaves five children John Hin nera Ocheyedan Barnum Eva Fort Dodge Cora Badger and Jessie Sutherland One son Edwin died several years ago DAMONIGOU CO MASON CITYS FASHION CENTER Most Women Want Exclusiveness So We Present a Distinguished Collection of New Modes in Toujourj FASHIONS that arc Exclusive at this store 95 and up to Paris At Your Door Replicas of Patou Beer Poiret Vionnet Agnes Premet and 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