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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 11, 1934, Mason City, Iowa                                TWO MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE JULY 11 M 193f YELLAND BEGINS AS LIONS CHIEF Past Presidents Certificate Presented to W L Nich ols by E H Wagner Curtis Yelland was inducted into the presidency of the Mason City Lions club Wednesday noon by VV L Nichols who is completing a year as head of the local den E H Wagner presented a past presi dents certificate to Mr Nichols Mr Nichols feelingly expressed his appreciation for universal co operation which has made the past year one of the bestlin Lion history locally and Mr Nichols announc ing his various committees prev iously listed in the GlobeGazette asked for a continuation of that support Committee Heads Koport Preceding the induction cere mony there were reports by the chairmen of the major standing committees including Roy Bailey extension Charles Weaver pro gram George Marolf boys work E H Wagner safety and J W Irons welfare President Yelland announced thai Sherin Joe Daniels and Art Otto would represent the Lions club in planning the summer inteiciiib golf tournament at the Mason City Country club arid that F F Potter and Everett Smith would be In charge of preparations for next weeks noon luncheon at East park Sponsor minds Products Announcement was also made of the Lions clubs sponsorship in Iowa of sales of products made by the states blind population A rep resentative of the sales organization is in the city at the present time Mr Yelland said beginning his can vass for orders The clubs full co operation was asked Following the installation Clay ton Lewis of Waterloo a represen tative of the Plymouth Motor com pany directed the showing of two reels of talkies One featured his companys exhibit in the Chrysler building and proving grounds at the Worlds fair and the other showed the processes by which Ply mouth cars are turned out at the rate of three a minute Mr Lewis was introduced by Harry Marston C B Brown was another guest of the club Pric increase m r rices of Pork Products During Year Noted CHICAGO July 31 in crease of between 25 and 50 per cent in the price of pork products the last year even though pork sales have declined was reported today by meat dealers in the Chi s cago area The federal processing tax on hogs wag said to be partly respon sible for the unusual situation Since the processing tax was put into effect last November it has been gradually increased to a hundredweight In the first five months of this year federal records show the Dumber of hogs butchered was about 3 per cent less than in the same months of last year On the other hand official figures reveal that the retail price of pork ranged from one to six cents a pound high er in the first six months of tills year than in the first six months of 1933 Divorce of that kind isnt surpris ing How could they stick together when they cant stick to anything Journal NNOW I EAT CABBAGE lo Upset Stomach ThanUs to Bclluns Quicker because It DISSOLVES in rtichra ready to act Sure Rtlief lince 1897 and Trial is Prool lie BELIANS FOR INDIGESTIONS ARE YOU LOOKING for A violin A good home to buy A pup for the children Someone to do your wash ing A fireless cooker If you are GlobeGazette Want Ads for ftill details PRETTY BOYS SON BAPTIZED Mrs Kuliy Floyd ivlfo of Charles Pretty Boy Floyd widely sought Oklahoma dusperudo Is shown with her son when lie wna by a minister in Fort Worth at his fathers request The boy and mother their homo llfy Hhatlorcd now seek to advise the public that crime dots not pny Associated Press GREENE TAKES OVER NEW JOB Sets Up Machinery to Care for to Rural Iowa Needy DES MOTNES July 11 job of setting up machinery to aid to Iowa rural needy was taken over today by a full time administrator Morrltt Greene oC Marshalltown who yesterday was appointed to that position by Gov Clyde L Herring Greene moved his office to the old fedora building from the state house where he had been serving as vice director of the Iowa farm debt advisory council He sot about Immediately orlont iug himself to his new job his third this year dealing with the problems of the Iowa farmer Ptirt Time Survey Greene last winter and spring conducted a part time farming sur vey of Iowa for the subsistence homestead division of the depart ment of Interior He is to be the assistant to George Keller Iowa FERA engineer who la director of the rural rehabilitation program and chairman of the state committee One of Greenes first jobs In set ting up rural relief machinery in each county Reports from 76 of Iowas 99 counties compiled by the rural rehabilitation committee show an average rate a county of 72 relief cases on farms and 136 in towns of less than popula tion Outlined to Directors The program which was outlined to regional directors here yesterday is designed primarily to nid those already on relief rolls In rurnl areas Ono of the difficult problems In according to tho committees report is that the high price of land will mnke land purchase almost out of the Itwns stated In tho report however that good crop land Is available In nearly every section so that through rental every relief case would be furnished land without Methodist Group to Join Drive Against Indecent Pictures CHICAGO July 11 participation In the campaign iigainst indecent motion pictures was voted today by the world ser vice commission of the Methodist church at its annual session The commission charged the churchs beard of education with the direc tion of the campaign and ordered that pledge cards slmllnr to those circulated by the legion of decency of the Catholic church should be distributed among members of the denomination 2 ARE HELD FOR RELIEF DISPUTE Jobless Leaders Charged With Interfering With County Workers DES MOINES July ference with the county relief work program here caused the arrest of James Porter John Nordqulat leaders of a group of unemployed The two men are In jail each In default of bond after unsuc cessful attempts to disrupt the work relief program at a local park Tuesday The men are charged with crim inal iryndicalism and threat to commit a public offenae by advocat ing armed resistance and violence aga4nst the government Tho charge one infrequently imed was brought into uso in 1017 specifical ly against enemiea of the govern ment during the World war By criminal syndicalism it Is meant that the socialistic doctrine advo cates unlawful methods of accom plishing Industrial or political re form Both men pleaded not guilty to the charges and hearing for each was set for July 17 Nordqulst was candidate for Htreet commissioner in the last municipal election ITCHING TORTURE Stopped Instantly IMXD Prescription Speeds Even the most stubborn itching of pimples or other insect bites rashes and many other akin afflictions quickly to Dr Dennis pure cooling liquid antiseptic D D D Prescription Forty years worldwide success Penetrates the skin soothing and healing the imlamed tissues No muss Clear grcaselcss and stainless It dries up almost Imme diately Try D D D Prescription now Stops the most intense itch Ing instantly A 35c trial bottle nt any drug store is guaranteed to prove money back D D D Is made by the owners of ITALIAN BA LM Chevrolet Dealers and Salesmen Meet Cash Prizes Are Given Out Chevrolet Motor company dealers and salesmen from district No met Tuesday evening at the Han ford hotel for a sales promotion meeting at which 325 worth of cash prises WHS distributed for sales efficiency in June A U Wldger and Jack Fitzger ald of Mason City and Paul Smok stad of Garner led all salesmen In this district last month the dis trict comprising Cerro Gortlo Worth Winnebngo Mitchell Floyd Hancock Cliickasaw and Howard counties R K McCurdy General Motors Acceptance corporation representa tive and Leo Gloason regional sales promotion manager were among those present The meeting was in of L S Putnam local district manager Says Few Farmers Will Have to Use New Bankrupt Law OMAHA July 11 into the drought territory to study far mcondltions Gov I Myers of the fiirm credit ndministration predicted here today a very small minority of will have to go into bankruptcy under the Fra act to save their homes With Goorge M Brennun federal intermediate credit bank commis sioner and S M Cmwood produc tion credit Myers Is touring the midwest to get a first hand view he said of the drought situation and the general farm credit picture The party is sched uled to leave tonight for Cheyenne Wyo Tlenty of Umpires WATSONVILIE CfU Mission baseball league of semi pro clubs has revised Its rules to provide four official Implrcs for all games during the second half of the splitschedule The fourth man will be an alternate ready to step Into officiating at a moments no tice How strange to expect little kids to learn when you cant even per mmdc adults to do Slur Courier FAMOUS FEATURES Vou Save Up to Warcta New Co Ft Electric Refrigerator 56 Down 56 o Small Carrying 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