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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 17, 1931, Mason City, Iowa                                Why You Need Health Examinations The time has come when every man and woman should undergo a regular health examination at least once a year and better twice Such examination If properly done will find most cases of beginning dis ease and will also locate the cause of industrial aches Such exam inations are the cheapest the best and in every way the most satis factory kind of health insurance Men who work are liable to In dustrial aches each according to the type of work that he foes in addition to the general run of dis eases which anybody may get As to disease In 1880 the av erage length of life was about 40 years Now it is 55 or 56 years Fifty years ago yellow fever was an unconquered menace which might sweep as far north as Phila delphia and did take 8000 lives in a single year in New Orleans Sani tary work hag conquered it years ago in New York state for instance typhoid fever killed about 40 persons a year in each Now It kills about two Proper care of water and milk supplies is largely responsible The reduction In the death rate Jn these diseases has left tubercu losis fairly high among causes of death even tho it has gone away down from its place at the head of the list Regular examinations of apparently healthy pxople will move it much farther down I Heart disease now kills more per sona than anything else Periodical examinations if properly conduct ed will find such diseases in time to give proper care and keep a man and happy Cancer holds a place high among the causes of death and after it is once started early discovery offers the only posibility for Its victim to live The diseases and tendencies to wartT them can be discovered by any trained physician who has made a special study of health examina tions The causes of industrial aches are most likely to be found by such physicians as look at the body par ticularly from a mechanical stand point and who remember that doing the same thing over and over with certain bones and groups of muscles is very likely to leave certain kinds of aches in neck shoulders x arms hands back legs or feet These physicians readily under stand how lumbago or sciatica may result from the drop which an en gineer or brakeman may make over and1 over again in coming down hard from a more or less considerable height on one foot and suddenly or gradually twisting the pelvis or up setting the backbone Your own individual life expec tancy can just as well be extended and your present and future years made livable If you keep close tab on your body developments See a doctor every every six while you are about it it Is better to consult the one who will examine not only eyes ears nose throat heart lungs and the digestive and excretory sys tems but also the bony and muscu lar framework of the most wonder ful machine there HUMAN BODY Dr A T Still founder of Osteop athy said that the O ate opathic Phy sician is a Body Mechanic or Hu man Engineer Rights Reserved Cut Today MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Osteopathio Health Bureau Mason City GlobeGazette Mason City town Please send me without cost or obligation on my part copy of the new book let describing Osteopathic Health Service Name Address City GANDHI MAY GO TO ROUND TABLE Indian Leader Is Urged to Attend Conference at London BOMBAY mala Aug 17 Redoubled efforts were being made today by unbiased intermediaries to persuade Mahatma Gandhi to follow the first contingent of delegates to London for the second round tubJ conference on Indian affairs The prospect of his ultimate de parture became distinctly brighter When it was learned he was willing to withdraw his demand for the ap pointment either of an arbitration board or of a high court judge to investigate alleged breaches in the Delhi pact provided the government designates a single trustworthy civ ilian or government official to hear his complaints This fact has been communicated to Viceroy Willingdon at Simia and the cabinet in London Pangborn Hemdoh to Pay Fines and Then Seek Permit TOKIO Aug 17 Pang horn and Hugh Herndon Jr Amer ican said today they would pay tomorrow the fines of levied against each of them for taking photographs while flying over fortified Japanese territory After they pay their fines the American embassy in behalf of Pangborn and Herndon will apply to the Japanese aviation bureau for a permit for them to fly over Japan Without such a permit the aviators would be unable to start their pro jected nonstop flight to the United States for a prize offered by a Japanese newspaper WAR TO ELIMINATE SLUMS SUGGESTED Pace over a number of years the two ex perts plotted the residence of each upon a map of each city Here are some of the conclusions they re ported That specific areas usually fring ing the business sections produce by far the greatest number of de linquents Turns Out Criminals That once a section becomes so characterized it continues to turn out a large number of criminals each year That of 8101 boys before the Chicago court 43 per cent more be came hrecidivists repeaters from the slum areas than from other sec tions indicating the factors that make boys delinquent tend also to perpetuate their delinquency When German and Irish immi grants occupied these sections the rates of delinquency were as high as at present when the Italian Polish and Negroes dominate these areas but children of the former now appear less often in court Induce Boys to Steal That these areas contribute di rectly to crime thru organized gangs fences who Induce boys to steal for them and the widespread knowledge of political corruption and the alliance between crime and politics Colonel Anderson asserted that modern society must see that these opportunities good environment and a chance to improve are af forded or pay the penalty for Its j neglect Maintaining that if the problem of crime is solved the remedy must be found in the removal of causes Anderson suggested also that the jovemment create an institute of luman research to study the ef fects of personality and environ ment AUGUST 17 1931 NEW YORK Aug 17 Ruth Jayne Cranmer in whose apartment State Senator Roy T Yates at Paterson N J above was shot and seriously wound ed after a drinking party early lost Friday today was reported well enough for arraignment oh a charge of suspicion of felon ious assault GRASSHOPPERS TO RETURN IN 1932 Continued From Pmge to produce sub HERE IS A GOOD JOB RESPONSIBLE MAN WANTED FOR MANUFACTURERS REPRESENTATIVE A manufacurer desires to turn over 170 to 200 active accounts which are worth in earningg from 520000 to 530000 per monh to man Mt distributing and sales rep No Investment required Warehouse stock is carried locally by the manufacturer from which you draw your supplies You s Llv pay the warehouse each day for the merchandise you take to bUSineSS S8leS a ou deUver and Th are the requirements Three hundred to five hun dred dollars for working capital in buying merchandise from the warehouse as needed A satisfactory truck with an enclosed body Other requirements are first that you have a certain amount of sales ability second responsibility and reliability That you will work Care businesasPeciM attention xrill be paW to men who have experience selling from trucks for manufacturers or jobbers Line is well advertised and there is a very active demand Globe to numller and 3treet WriS to HAMPTON TO BE HOST TO VETS Spanish American Sessions Come to Close at Web ster City WEBSTER CITY Aug 17 Hampton has been selected aa the meeting place for the 1932 annual reunion of the fiftysecond regiment of SpanishAmerican war veterans More than 700 persons were present at the gathering here yesterday Among them was Gov Dan Turner who gave brief address Dickmans Condition Is Reported Critical ROCHESTER Minn Aug 17 OF condition of President J W Dickman of Upper Iowa university at Fayette Iowa was reported as critical here Sunday 100 Present at Shower COULTER Aug and Mrs Benton Larson were given a reception at the Soren Larson home in Coulter Friday evening 100 guests were present will have begun stantial effects All indications are that the farm ers will have their own battle to fight in 1932 ONCE HATCHED out grasahop pers yield most surely contin ued the entomological expert to poison To some extent a traveling horsedrawn trap known as a hop perdozer is employed against them Under just the right conditions it has proved tolerably effective catch ing and killing as many as 300 bushels of grasshoppers to 100 acres of alfalfa Still great numbers of insects escape it Moreover it is unserviceable on uneven ground or where crops have attained consider able height Generally speaking the best anti grasshopper ammunition Is poisoned bran bait AGRICULTURE depart ments function in the cam paign explained the insect spe cialist is advisory it hasnt the funds to supply the bran arsenic and other ingredients to make the bait tempt the orthopteric appetite It will furnish the recipe or pro nounce on the efficacy of the lethal mixture the farmer must provide state aid if he can get It Grasshopper poison in adequate doses costs about 25 cents an acre a negligible item I grant to a man with several thousand acres to scatter it over especially if he al ready is up to his neck in debt Northwestern agriculture also most unluckily got off to a bad start early In the current season by relying upon an insufficiency of poison It was not the farmers fault it was the fault of certain readymade antigrasshopper pre parations proprietors who claiming too much for their concoctions led the1 farmers to employ them at about half the necessary strength the result that only the greediest grasshoppers perished will 100000 TO GET FEDERAL WORK Building Program to Giv Jobs Projects Will Cost WASHINGTON Aug 17 Treasury officials estimate work fo 100000 men will be fur nished this winter and in the nex two years by the government 5700000000 public building pro gram about 5500000000 of whic is to be expended outside of th District of Columbia In all approximately 130000 me ill be given employment directl and indirectly during the wlnte and as more projects get under wa the number will be increased A present government building con struction is providing employmen for 32000 The increase of 100000 in em ployed on public buildings will re suit from the getting under way o anumber of large and costlji build ings and additional small projects For nearly three years the hug building program will expand giv ing more employment and costing more money In the last fiscal yen the government spent approximate ly 567000000 while this year wit an appropriation of an a carryover of many millions from previous appropriations it wi spend about 5125000000 with an even larger amount in the next tw fiscal years Already It has bee decided to ask congress for 000000 to expedite the program in the next fiscal year It Pays To Look Smart Then It Pays To Get Real Smartness The more you buy good dry clean ing for your clothes the more you will realize that Marshall Swift service is a real value LOOK AT THESE PRICES MENS Cleaned and Pressed PLAIN Cleaned and Pressed PLAIN Cleaned and Pressed 75c PHONE 788 or 789 vv grasshoppers come and what is their ancestry With a good many small varia tions answered the scientist thev are found in all tropical and tem perate climates the world over wherever there is food to support them and their ancestry long ante dates history Specimens of them come down from the carboniferous age Perhaps they are as old as the cockroach which usually is con sidered the greatgreat grandfather of insects They run the cockroacha close race indeed are closely related to him Why there is a glacier in Yel lowstone park named for the Grasshopper glacier Evidently they flew Into it on one oC their mi grations and have remained frozen in the ice for eons ins in a pudding thick as rais rTIS MASS migrations said Bn tomoloigst Walton are the one thing which slightly suggests somethingcorresponding to a germ offense in the grasshopper He is a stupid insect entirely de void of anything hinting at th ants instinct to follow a leaderor the bees of cooperation With a swarm of his fellows he hag eaten every thing In his vicinity some gregari ous quality in him does bid him take wing with the rest of them and flv away obviously bound for a fresh feeding ground Even then the entire lunkheaded swarm is as likely as not to fly into a glacier or a food less desert or out to sea if it lq near enough TI7ELL what accounts for tha mor or less visitations PLANS MADE FOR FLIGHT IN NORTH Successors to Cramer Wil Attempt to Blaze New Route to Europe DETROIT Aug 17 the fate of Parker Cramer and Oli ver Pacquette his radio operator remained a mystery plans wenl forward today for another plane to take off here within the near future over the same northern route to Europe TransAmerican Airlines corpor ation sponsor of the Cramer flight is backing the second attempt to blaze an air mail and express route over the Greenland and Iceland ice caps to Copenhagen which waa Cramers destination Copilots on the projected flight will be Edwin L Preston and Robert H Colllgnon They will fly a Stlnson Diesel mo tored monoplane company officials said while here yesterday and the plane will be equipped with pon toons and flotation gear The pilots now are testing the plane and are expected to take off before Sept 1 If tests prove successful the com pany expects to start service on a monthly schedule of them How they started replied the UK niey started replit antomologist I dont know Since then they undoubtedly have Had seasons or several seasons in of extraordinary rnary mulw phcation due to favorable weather and food conditions and this multi plication has continued until para sitic pressure and a few years bad weather have combined to reduce tnem again And so on from the carboni ferous age flown to 1931 SMITH CLAIMS HE WAS MADE OFFER Continued From Tare 1 you 10000 shares of SearaRoebjck stock the moment you sign your withdrawal notice In a few months that stock will be worth threequar ters of a million dollars can give as your reason for withdrawing that your health wont permit you to males the cam paign or any other reason you want to give The 10000 shares of stock will be deposited in escrow In any bank you name to be turned over to you when your withdrawal oc curs1 Says He Was Astounded Smith suggested that what he wrote might be incorporated bv Professor Wooddy in future edi tions of his book as an omitted chapter of facts Hig statement still referring to himself in the third person quoted himself as saying to Rosenwaid I am astounded Mr Smith said at the turnof mind that some of your moralists have You think that a campaign contribution by Mr Insult Samuel Insull utilities mag nate haa unfitted me to be a repre sentative of Illinois In the senate Unfortunately yes said Mr Rosenwaid Following Smiths denial of a seat in the senate a special election at the next national poll was held at which Smith was defeated by Otis F Glenn There were 14080 miles of wire used in the cables which support the Brooklyn bridge ANDERSON RITES TO BE TUESDAY Man Commits Suicide Here Because of Despondency Over Condition Funeral services for Charles L Anderson 63 years old 1316 Dela ware avenusouthwest will be at 2 oclock Tuesday afternoon at the McAuley funeral home with the Rev William Galbreth pastor of the Olivet Methodist church In charge Burial will be at Halltown cemetery six miles east of Sheffield Mr Andersons body was found hanging by a rope to the ceiling in the garage Sunday forenoon Des pondency over inability to walk without great effort and fear of be coming bedfast were given as rea sons In notes left his family Dr J B McDonald county coroner was called and gave suicide as the cause ct death Mr Anderson is survived by four sons and two daughters George Anderson Hampton Clarence R Anderson Mason City Oscar C Anderson at home and Leslie A Anderson Mason City Mrs Mabel Abrams Sheffield and Mrs Carrie Nelson Mason City two brothers Ole W Anderson Sheffield and Alex P Anderson Mason City who made his home with him and four grandchildren Merlin Abrams Eve lyn Nelson Glenn Nelson and Roger Anderson Mr Anderson waa born in Chtck asaw county Sept 7 1862 He lived on his farm near Sheffield prac tically all his life until December 1915 when he moved to Mason City He and Alice A Scott were married Oct 12 1882 Mrs Anderson died Oct 22 1924 FISH STORY COUNCIL BLUFFS Aug 17 R OBrien business manager of the Nonpareil Is re sponsible for this story Mr OBrien and a companion were bailed in the middle of Lake Manawa a summer resort just south of Council Bluffs by another oarsman who was ex cited over a black bass he had caught with his hand Examination showed the bass was gasping for breath with the broad tail of another fish visible in its mouth The other fish when extracted proved to have been slowly choking the bass to death It was a skipjack at least nine inches in length and almost half as long as the bass Plane Crashes Near Luverne Two Hurt LUVERNB Aug men were injured when a plane crashed a mile west of here Sunday after noon as it struck wires while mak ing a landing The machine a bi plane flipped Into a cornfield breaking the propeller landing gear and damaging both wing tips Al bert Schneider LuVerne received injuries to his side and ankle and had some teeth knocked out and W B Titus Algona pilot and one of the owners of the plajie waa shaken and bruised Titus and a Mr Mis bach Algona are owners of the plane The theaters loss of patronage isnt hard to explain Nakedness baa little appeal after you get used to Star Penneys for Real Savings on SCHOOL CLOTHES than Evert Boys TRUE BLUE Shirts What values Guaranteed fast colors in fancy percales and broadcloths At Penneys ex clusively A New Smash Bays9 Suits Nerer before so tew a price for choice fabrics so smartlytai lored None better for dress and scboo wear Coat and vest with 2 golf loridcers or 2 longies or 1 krricker and I Joqgie Fit and Quality at Savings Boys9 Loagies Mothers will detect at a gtuxa that these arc rarely fine uiuils in fabrics and Txnr raw material sad Penneyj buying power arc Ifbe reasons why Boys9 Novelty Sweaters Slipover Style School Boys Caps Sec than now Smart Hearing Jiare nhxsl Pay Day Overalls for Boys Gay bright colon i high quality and low price Wonted iweafera Ihat are Imarkable tcbaol and pJay boon Union made of 220 wt blue denim triple stitched full cut 3 to 16 TJtfqF ID at Black letffaer sole bed Patent leather valuel Flexible doable Fancy trimmed to 8 to Sizes 8y2 to Sizes 12 to 2 19S SCHOOL SUPPLIES AT VERY LOW PRICES JC PENNEY DEPARTMENT T R   

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