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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 25, 1937, Mason City, Iowa                                V K TWO MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE JANUARY 25 1937 told Countless thousands were marooned in their homes Refugee camps held hungry thousands more many them cold and sick Health clinics were set up and vaccines areas to forestall dangers of epi demics No Power or Gas A rising river stage left fully 25000 homeless and hungry at Portsmouth At Pomeroy Ohio the 3500 residents were without power or gas Bellaire and Bridge port were practically isolated Gov Martin L Davey called a special legislative session at Co lumbus to appropriate for flood relief Fully 4500 WPA workmen already were on the job Fire also menaced Augusta Ky as an oil drum The town was almost deserted Refugees streamed from Padu cah as water rose through the business area From 15800 to 20 000 of the citys 34000 residents were expected to be evacuated by nightfall 3 Gaps In Levee Coyington and Newport Ky reported food shortages and vir tual isolation Memphis Tenn got word that three small gaps had been made in the Mississippi river levee above Hickman Ky where farm ers stopped U S army engineers seeking to release the river into the Birds PointNew Madrid Mo floodway They sought in this manner to relieve Cairo 111 where 12000 residents were endangered as the river level readied 5808 feet on a 60 foot floodwall Mayor Au gust Bode warned women and children to flee Henry Horiier went into southern Illinois where fully 20 000 were refugees in seven coun ties At Shawneetown about two thirds ofthe citys 1500 popula tion was being carried out bj boats All Available Aid President Roosevelt ordered all available government aid into the disaster zone after a Sunday night conference placing the army navy coast guardworjfs progress administration and civil ian conservation corps on a hpur basis to help the Red Cross evacuate refugees and aid the homeless Die president personally advis ed CityManager C A Dykstra of Cincinnati that the federal gov ernment is standing behind Cin cinnati and the entire Ohio valley flood zones and that his private phone would be held open for any direct calls Martial law was in force throughout the flood belt of southern Indiana Gov M Clif ford Townsend directed relief authorities to commandeer trains and trucks to transport about 55 000 refugees to cities as far north as Indianapolis Downstream from the ravaged OhioIndiariaKentucky sector orst was Continue for Month Director W J Moxom ot he government weather bureaus flood forecasting service said it might be 10 days or two weeks before the Ohios crest met the Mississippi river at Cairo III He said emergency flood conditions might continue for a month and that if lower Mississippi tribu taries reached flood stage coinci dentally tilings would be pretty bad for the lowlands The known Hood dead by states Arkansas 3 Illinois 3 Indiana K Kentucky 13 Missouri 11 Mis sissippi 1 Ohio 11 Tennessee 9 West Virginia 7 South Carolina 1 Pennsylvania 68 The Kentucky total did not in clude the estimated number of prisoners dead in the Frankfort riot which would make the na tions total 83 Unconfirmed was another report that four person were dead at Lawrcnceburg Ind Calling the roll in the flood bell mayor of Cairo population 12000 proclaimed tha all women children and feeble should evacuate immediately The river stage was more than 58 feet within two feet of the citys sea wall level Levee workers gave P trying to hold back the rivei at Shawneetown and abandoned it Jo the Ohios flood waters The entire 1200 population had ttikci to higher ground The state homeless totaled 20000 Pennsylvania and West Virginia S Weather Observer W S Brotzman said rains which wash ed snow into tributaries of thi Allegheny and MonongaTiel might push the confluence stag at Pittsburgh back to the 33 fee of last week when hundred evacuated Panicstricken resi dents the Parkersburg W Va district continued evacuation af ter a warning that the Ohio migh climb to 60 feet The river rose again m Wheeling toward the 4C foot stage which 6rove out thous ands last week expeclec a 46 foot river stage A central re lief depot was established for 5 000 homeless Workers began evacuation of 300 floodbcsiegec residents of Black Island in tiie Mississippi river Another 300 were being taken off Island 35 Backwaters cut electrical and wa ter supplies and marooned 2000 at Tiptonville St Francis river poured through a levee near Tur man flooding 90000 acres Floyd Sharp WPA administrator said 3000 families were in refugee camps and 15000 more on their way An ice storm cauesd 000000 damage to limber and to highways patrolcd levees of the rising Talahatchie river Cqldwater river reached a dangerous stage and 75 convicts weer sent to sandbag levees Potomac river dropped three feet from its Satur day level of 13 above normal at Hancock and observers said flood threats had passed The menacing Manitocke river and marshy Hope Creek also dropped ONE CENT A DAY PAYS UP TO A MONTH The Postal Life Casualty In surance Co 1055R Postal Life Bldg Kansas City Mo is of fering a new accident policy that pays up to 100 a month for 24 months for total disability and up to for less than Ic a a year More than 200000 have already bought this policy Men women and children eligible Send no money Simply send name ad dress age beneficiarys nnme and relationship and they will send this policy on 10 days FREE in spection No medical examination is required No agent will call This offer is limited so write the company today Tune In nn Inr TnKtal Tarty ivno 10 15 p 10 p m 19 LIVES ARE TAKEN IN IOWA Five Exposure Deaths Are Included in Violence Accident Toll DBS MOINES Nineteen lowans suffered violent or acci dental deaths last week five from automobile accidents and five from exposure in the below zero weather The five Iowa highway fatalities brought the 1937 total to 27 com pared with 30 for the same period a year ago Shots fired from a 45 revolver by William Jordan 45 year old Washington Iowa power company engineer resulted in the deaths of Mable Sayre 25 tavern wait ress and Dan Goode 38 farm hand both of Washington 4 The weeks highway fatalities Franklin Spangler 17 of Inde pendence killed while toboggan ing behind an automobile Henry Hellard 50 of Daven port died when struck by an au tomobile Car Strikes Sled Bobby Ferneaux 12 of Hudson died of injuries suffered when a car struck his sled Mrs Mabel Martin 50 died of injuries received when an auto mobile in which she was riding upset Anna F Adrian 58 of Daven pora died of injuries suffered in an automobile crash Robert Koser 28of Iowa City died of injuries received when an automobile he was driving was struck by a train at Tiffin Iowa Exposure claimed the following victims Frank Sloan 45 of Des Moines P J Sinson 82 La Motte farmer Henry Schroeder 22 Ionia farm liana John Snapper Hohman 43 of Dubuque and Andrew John son 70 Chester Johnson was found Saturday might unconscious on the floor of his His legs were frozen frorrrthVfcat to the Itnees died in a Cresco lospital Ends Own Life Allen B Crain 46 corrcspond mce school salesman ended his ife by hanging himself in Daven port Mrs Clifford Reazak 31 of Osagedied of poison taken at the lorne of her father in Hubbard Harvey P Lloyd 44 of Mar shalltown died of ptomaine pois oning Mrs Letha Lamb 75of Valley Junction died of bronchial pneu monia coupled with an overdose o fa sedative John Thomas Hanson 8 of Fort Dodge died of injuries suffered when he fell off a day bed and Mrs Lulu Merlic Rucker 62 of Cedar Rapids died of injuries re sulting from a fall 2 Members of Family Stricken by Sedative Able to Quit Hospital DES MOINES mem bers of the Valley Junction fam ily stricken by a sedative taker to combat influenza were dis charged from a hospital here aftei physicians said they were nearly recovered They were Mrs Lucille Wai dridge 42 of Waterloo daughter and Lilly Marlch 15 ot De Moines granddaughter of Mrs Letha Lamb 75 who died Satur day Coroner Shaw said Mrs Lambs death resulted from bron chial pneumonia coupled with an overdose of sedative Physicians reported Rudolph Lamb 74 the husband of the deac woman was in a very poor con dition Look House Over and Pray for the State CARROLL Rev Claude R Cook who haS been in vited to open the Feb 16 session of the Iowa legislature recalls a previous similar experience when Arch A McFarland then speaker of the house greeted Ihc pastor and said Reverend Mr Cook look the house over and pray for lie state QUOTE HIR CHARLIE Charlie Butterworth comedian on the Fred Astaire show says travel may be broadening but the only proof Ive seen is when my American friends return from England Theyve all got broad As Among tlie 18 musicians who make up Oscar Bradleys band for tlie Phil Baker shows are three wellknown conductors Ken Woods Al Murray and Lou Rad crman Ed Wynns manager is dickering with John Charles Thomas for a jucst appearance on Die Perfect Fools Saturday night show early in Fcbruiij MDIVANI SEIZED AS CONSPIRATOR Marrying Princes Brother Charged With Being in Trotzky Scheme MOSCOW on tossed Trotzkyists on trialfor plotting the defeat of the Soviet union at war implicated and causedthe ar rest of a Mdivani Monday and tes tified the exiled Leon Trotzky had given this sabotage order The more human victims the better Bydy Mdivani former soviet commercial attache at Paris and identified by Soviet officials as a brother of the marrying Georgian princes was placed under arrest after testimony of two of the 17 defendants had implicated him in the alleged conspiracy J N Drobnis black bearded former secretary to the mayor of Moscow said he Drobnis had relayed the Trotzky instructions to Soviet industrial wreckers Schemes Well Drawn The schemes were so well drawn he declared that although he was arrested last Aug 6 an explosion planned in the Kuzbas mines occurred Sept 23 as sched uled Christian Rakovsky noted for mer ambassador to France who was the last of the exiled Trotzky ists to recant was implicated in the conspiracy by Drobnis The defendant said N 1 Mural pff another of the seventeen told iim Rakovsky knew of the Trotzky parallel center formed to overthrow the Stalin regime Rakovsky who left his Paris post in 1927 after a stormy inter lational controversy started by us signature on a proclamation jrging the workers of all coun tries to arise was exiled with Trolzky in 1928 In 1934 however he submitted to bolshevist rule and returned from Siberia Testimony of Sabotage More sabotage came from Mik hail Solomonovich Boguslavsky who identified himself as the as sistant to Gregory Piatikoff for ner assistant commissar for heavy ndustry inwrecking coal mines and railroads Why do you an old and ex perienced Trotzkyist confess Were you promised extenuation The dwarfed heavy set prisoner I confessed freely and volun tarily I beg the court to believe my sincerity in confessing a crime against the party which elevated me from a homeless waif to a high political position x x x I did not realize the baseness of the conspiracy until I was brought to trial and learned lhat Karl Radek and Piatikoff both defendants conspired with foreign powers I am disgusted with Upbraided Confederates Then Boguslavsky told how he heard Trotzky had upbraided his alleged confederates for sabotag ng the sabotage by not being lufficiently active Mdivani known as a disciple of on Trotzky before the now baii shed bolshevist fell from favor was said to be a prisoner at Tif lis Georgia Georgia is a republic in the union of soviet socialist republics where in Czarist days the Mdi vani family were princes of the realm His arrest was ordered offi cials said on the strength of tes timony Sunday by Karl Radek former editor of Izvcstia who linked the famous Mdivani family witli the alleged conspiracy to overthrow communism by helping Germany and Japan defeat Rus sia at war Headed by Mdlvani Radek said the Tiflis bloc wa known as the Mdivani bloc pre sumably because one of the Mdi vanis headed it The American chronology of the spectacular careers of Serge David and Alexis Mdivani con tains no reference to a brothei Bydy t Alexis the former husband of Louise Astor van Alen and Bar bara Hutton now Countess Hatig witzReventlow was killed in Spanish motor accident on Aug 1 1935 Serge was killed on a Florida polo field on March 15 1936 i month after he had married hi former sisterinlaw Miss vai Alen He previously was married to Polo Negri and Mary McCor mic David who is a for mer husband of Mae Murray A sister is Mrs Jose Maria Sort wife of the painter L Serebryakoff another de fendant linked Mdivani to thi sabotage plot testifying in court the prisoner had come to Moscow to join the intrigue and help work out the details Tuesday Jan 26 Sunup Serenade Mason City Fur Shoppe News Musical Clock Merkels Musical Clock Lyons Musical Clock Musical Clock Mier Wolfs Musical Clock Damons Musical Clock Jack Sprats Food Stores Musical Clock Tyler Ryans Musical Clock Opening Markets and News Morning Concert Devotional Service The Rev William Galbreth in charge Organ Reveries North Iowa News Sons of the Pioneers This and That Talk by Dr C M Fran chere city health direc tor Luncheon Dance GlobeGazette News MidDay Revue Market Reports Chapmans Musical Minia ture GlobeGazette News MidDay Revue Cont Iowa Farm Flashes Luncheon Dance Radio Gossip Mailbag Afternoon Show Reading the GlobeGazette Tea Time Tunes Mason Cily High School Hour GlobeGazette News New Records From Vances Home Folks Frolic Resultsfrom the Want Ads Rosario Bourdons Orch P G E News Harry Resers Orch Decker Bros Sports Re view Dinner Hour CurrieVan Ness News Supper Dance Melodies Sons of the Pioneers Kay Kysers Orch Marshall and Swifts News 5 Minute Loan Bank Vocal Varieties Radio Night Club Highway Oil Company United Press News Ferde Grofes Orch Evening Dance Parade First National Bank News Melodeers Slumber Hour Swing Time GlobeGazette News Goodnight Council Bluffs Man Succumbs in Florida JACKSONVILLE Fla W Clarence Logan Whitney 63 of Council Bluffs Iowa died here Sunday at the home of his aunt Mrs Fred W Whitney Whitney who had been ill a week came here two weeks ago on a winter vacation Mrs died a year ago Monday WHAT CONGRESS IS DOING By be Associated Press Senate In recess La Follette committee continues labor es pionage inquiry Judiciary sub committee considers OMahon ey industrial licensing bill House Considers crop pro duction loan bill Receives de ficiency relief bill Ways and means committee continues hearings on reciprocal trade treaty extension Appropria tions subcommittees study navy and treasury supply bills Mason City GlobeGazette Radio News and TimeTable KGLO Mason City GlobeGazette Masou City loiva 1210 Kilocycles HESITATES TO MEET PROBLEMS Congress Avoids Wage and Hour Issue and Awaits Word From F R WASHINGTON entering its fourth week showed a distinct hesitancy Monday to grapple with the sessions major the wage and hour more definite decommeiidations from President Roosevelt The chief executive talked in general terms about his program in his annual message and in his inaugural address If he has worked out his proposals in de tail he has not informed his con gressional chieftains Republican house members were to meet Monday night to chart the minoritys program Since the administration pro gram has not been outlined they were to confine their discussions to basic questions The senate has met 10 hours in three weeks and the house little more Many committee have not held a session On the wage and hour issue many members forecast no final action would betaken until the supreme court rules on lie con stitutionalityof the Wagner labor law LOCAL WOMAN INJURED IN GAR Hurt When Automobile in Which She Was Riding Struck Train Mrs HaroldH Hutchinson 415 Twelfth street southwest re ceived head cuts when the car in which she was riding witli her husband collided with a Milwau kee freight train on Carolina avenue early Sunday morning The train was pulling into the yards at the time nf the accident and the car a 29 Ford coach struck the third car ahead of the caboose The front of the auto was demolished UNFAIR COMPETITION Johnny Green music director of the Fred Astaire show has a chauffeur who is an opportunist During program rehearsals the chap intently studied the technique of Astaire and went out this week and won 510 in an amateur con test as a tap dancer THIS IS DON WILSON Don Wilson announcer of the Jack Benny show is rapidly gain ing fame as a public speaker Wil son has addressed seven civic clubs and advertising groups in Southern California since his ai rival on the coast WMT NBC Blue Network ar Rapids aud Waterloo Central Standard Tiran too Tuesday Jan i corn Time Family Altar illi Nouslime Green Gables Builders IUIO Tim Bradyand His HoundUp Vrank Voclker organist Women in lie News Police Blotter Morning Newscast Louise Halhaway Marriage Clinic Magic Kilclien Lou Wibb al the OlBun Hoincmakers Matinee Stories From Life iVhj and Sade Edward MacHugh Honeyboy ancj Sassafras Lou Webb at the Oran WMT Gorman Band Noonday Newscast Cedar Vntley Hillbillies Question Man Voice if Iowa Markets Cedar Valley Hillbillies Joe Dnakcs Aunt Fanny Iowa Cornhllikers Many Happy Returns Cornluiskera WMT German Band Bill Brown The Movie Man Palmer House Orchestra fzzy on tile Air U S Marine Band Esther Velas Orchestra Studies ill Black and While Reporter ol Odd Facts Tunes Happy Jack Young Hickory Your Health Commercial proBrani Happy Chappies Cozy Corners En Dinant Sinping Lady Orphan Annie Easy Aces The Original Dinner Dance Music Final Edition Fred Bcrrens Log Cabin Dude Kanch Edsar A Guest Ben Bcrnlc 810 Hiisuands and Wives Military Band To be announced JUHIII Band NeusUme Howard Kramer Freddy Martin Horace Helclt Emerson Gill Ufl Sinn Off RADIO RAMBLER WAY BACK WHEN WITH RADIOS PERSONALITIES Fellow hometowners of the stars no doubt could tell you about The time that deacons in Den ver look up with the pastor the matter of Raymond Paiges prac ticing jarz on the church organ When Parkyakarkus Harry peddling ads tor a Boston baper got his foot caught in a housewifes back door and couldnt get it out That occasion a number of years ago when Dcanna Durbin took a head er into a Winnipeg snowdrift and was lost for hours from her fran tic parents Then therewas the time that baritone Nelson Eddy ambitiously tried to double in voice in that Philadelphia church when he tenor failed to put in an appear ance When Kaihryn Crav ens commentator imitated her school principal at a church so cial down in Sherman Tex and was afraid to go to school for days after she learned he had been in the audience the habit old Oscar Ilainmcrslcin had of using the starchedBuster Brown collars of son Ted to jot down production notes when no paper was handy Also remembered by home folk is the time that Oscar Shaw gave up a perfectly dandy job selling soap in Philadelphia to bum his way to New York for a chorus boy job on Broadway When Ted Husing got his salary raised to a week as payroll clerk with the N Y Steam corporation And when Anne Jamison left her native Belfast in Ireland with those wicked stage ambitions Back in his home town of Rush ville Ind Jesse Push genial voiced actor on Junior Nurse Corps cashiered at the local bank Ralph Duinkc one of the most noted homctowners in radio still maintains n house in South Bend Ind his home town Marie Nelson of Bachelors Chil dren saw her first automobile when she was playing at the Grand Opera house in her birthr place She stood on the curb and gaped as the chugging monster jerked by frightening horses and drawing cynical comment from oldtimers who never dreamed what the oddity would mean to their own city of Detroit Many folks in hymn singer loc Emersons home town remember a blond little fellow of 8 who lived on College avenue and sang every Sunday in the St Marks Episcopal church Grand Rapids Mich John Wcisle CBS an nouncer in Chicago played on the MansEield Ohio high school football eleven Billy Mills or chestra leader nn Poetic iWdo tlies Rot his start in his home town ol Flint Mich where he played will a vaudeville orchestra in an airdomc theater at a salary ot a week Lester Trc maync of ReHv and Bob was a movie actor back in his home town of London England Elizabeth Keller slar in the same cast has a proud parent in Richmond Ind who is one of the towns leading lawyers Radio fans will be given the opportunity of seeing as well as hearing some of lie stars who have appeared on Mainr Bowes amateur iiour wlicn the maiors Transcontinental nlavs at the Palace Wednesday and Thursday WHO NBC Red Network lies luvva Central Standard Jirna UtlOO Kilocycles in FOR ATTO SHOWS Contrary to general belief Fred Aslaircs dances on his Tuesday Tuesday Jan 20 fiiuil Jvluslca Clock Musical Clock Farm News Almanac of Ihc Air Chore Gang News Fashion Notes Gene 2nd Glenn Musical Clock Musical Clock Musical Clock Morning Melodies Jljinns of All duncites Belly and Bob Todays Children David Hanim Backstage Wile Montlccllo Party Line Organ Melodies Kitty Keene Ine The Story al Mary Mnrlin National Farm and Home Hour Musical Almanac News I Ml Girl in a Million Rhythm and Koniiiucc Market Beporl 7 Judy iind Jane Pepper Votings Jiiniily Ma Perkins Vic and Sadc The ONeills Bernard Perfume Program Cliick Webb Way Down East The Good Samaritan While the City Sleeps Houseboat Hannah Glen Organist The Sweet Shop Revue Bulletins rnun Pop Concert Jack Armstrong Sunset Corners Oprie Amos n Andy The Voice of Experience Ncivs BJO Sports Neus Diamond City News Leo Reisman Wayne Kins Sidewalk Interviews Fred Astaire Hollywood Gossip Womens Patriotic Conference on fVaUonat Defense The World Dances News o The Mansion of Dreams French Casino Orchestra Iowa Dept of American Legion Chez Parcc Orchestra Casino Parisicnfr Orchestra evening NBC program are not planned weeks ahead Theyre 5pontarteous and were it not for Ihe fact that Johnny Green in ar ranging the music puts in little rhythms and brcals he knows will maUc the manaboulentertain vtent kick up his heels it is doubt ful that Aslaire would idance at all The program which is in real ty a musical comedy streamlined for radio is planned with Johnnys requirements in the matter ot naking Fret dance in mind Each week it has two songs which ecn arranges specially He DWS that if Fred hears a hot trumpet a jammed drum roll or a few bars of pulsing rhythm the versatile star immediately starts shuffling through the tenta tive dance routine So G r e c n includes the dances come out Johnny has only had to rearrange once because didnt get the expected response from Astaire But Fret has tap ped out rhythms in several places when he wasnt expected to The selection of music for the Aslaire show is carefully made three weeks ahead At that time Fred and Green test their song picking ability by choosing a tune that is twelfth or thirteenth on the popularity list with the state ment that by the time they play it it will be among the first four songs In the 18 weeks Astaire has been on the air he and Green have not missed once in their pre dictions The dancing doesnt enter the picture until the week before the program is heard when Astaire stands beside Johnny and listens to the arrangements he has pre pared and gives the composercon ductor his ideas for background to his vocal numbers Waldorf College Air Program Presented Over Station KGLO Dorothy Boyrt contralto ami Hoffman pianist were hennl Sunday iftcrnoon over KGLO on the first a weekly series of programs to be presented by Waldorf college of Forest City Among the selections presented by Miss Boyd was Brahms Lullaby wcco Columbia Broadcasting System MilintapoUsSt Paul Centra Standard Time 810 Kilocycles hurch Destroyed by Fire at Lake Crystal LAKE CRYSTAL Minn fire starting from an overheated urnace destroyed the Welch Presbyterian church here Sunday causing damage estimated at 000 The structure was built in 1899 Tuesday Jan ZG Time Signals Air Almanac JuniorBroadcasters Club Musical Chimes Time Signals Gene and Glenn Belly and Bob Modern Cinderella Betty Crocker Hymns John K Watkins Orgnn 1015 Jean Abbey Big Sister Mo me makers Exchange The Gumps Between the BooHcntjs Killy Kccnc Ma Perkins Beixlt and Warnow Mugti AspituvaH Hope Aldens Romance Aunt Jenny Calendar Notes School the Air Myrt and Marge 2iu Markets Police News Slocks Safety Council XValctcn String Quartet Ladies First Pop Concert North Star School Science Service Schedule Livestock Wilderness Road Del Casino front Parade Jack Arnwtrons Renfrew of the Mounted 00 Easy Aces Wonders ot the Heavens Alexander WoollcoU Boake Carter Hanvmerstein Music Hall Al Jolsoti Al Pcarce and His Gang Jack Oahics College Poly Follies Poetic Melodies News time Rollic Johnson Reports Frank Gordon ififift keonard Keller Benny Meroft Ozzle Nelson IOWA MERCURY ON SLIDE AGAIN 25 Below Zero on Schedule for Northeastern Iowa Monday Night DES MOINES tures dropped sharply to below zero figures in several parts of Iowa Monday and the weather bureau forecast a continued slide Monday night with a low mark of 25 below expected in northeast Iowa The mercury slid from 20 to 30 degrees in many Iowa thermom eters during the night It was 20 above at Spirit Lake Sunday but the temperature dived to a 10 be low reading early Monday i cst reading reported in the state Sioux City reported 4 degrees below at Iowa Falls it was 2 be low and Mason City had an even zero Other low marks all above zero were Charles City 2 Ml Ayr 4 Des Moines 5 Dubuque 6 Davenport 10 and Keokuk 12 The weather bureau here said temperatures will continue their gradual retreat until Tuesday noon when they are expected I warm up to around more normal readings Minimum temperatures ex pected tonight are 25 below in northeast Iowa 20 below in northwest Iowa 15 below in southwest Iowa and 10 below in southeast Iowa Skies were clear over the stale today The serpent in Eden was a typi cal agitator He did the big talk ing but others had to take the Rapids Gazette Kidneys Must Clean Out Acids Your body cleans out Acids and pols otious wastes in your blood thru 9 mil lion tiny delicate Kidney tubes or filters but beware of clieap drastic Irritating drugs If functional Kidney or Bladde disorders make you suffer from Getting Up Nijihls Nervousness Lcp Pains Backache Circles Under Eyes DizzincsV Rheumatic Pilns tVuiciily Burning StuirAliifi or Itching dont take chances Ccl the Do dors guaranteed ires crip lion eillerJ Cvstex S1000UOl deposited with Bank of Amcrtci Los AnRci Cal Cystcx must bring n SPECIALS TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY PURE GROUND BEEF 2 Pounds for 25c Short Cut Steaks Pound Fancy Boiling Beef Pound Corned Beef Boneless Pound CANE SUGAR 10lb Pkg D B MILK 3 Tall Cans BROWN SUGAR 4 Pounds 21c Corn Meal Yellow or White 5Pound Bag LIMA BEANS Pounds Reputation Pancake Flour Bag TEXAS MARSH SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT 9 for25c Minn Cobbler 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