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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 8, 1948, Mason City, Iowa Gives Talk on Varieties of Temperament Reviews Sheldon Book of 3 Characteristics of r CCent book Varieties d Ww ones time to Presented in the aulhor who is Prof Of Hafvard uni the Predominant stic of onestemnera to to another ttumford pointed o each of the 3 char an exaggeration of the named becomes a WM f and is referred to a psychiatrist But the story goes a for the psy chiatnst The character should rhSMh disciPJined in early childhood by his parents Child Affection examples cited by the re viewer pointed out that the think er who prefers to be alone and in the extreme becomes antiso cial should in early childhood be given affection to make him want to be with people He should not be forced to be with them Similarly the fighter with the Mascn City Witwer Grocer Co 22 10th S W Phone SI5 most dangerous instinct of all should be given constructive work and the eater should be restrained in his habits at the very earliest age The review was interestingly presented and bore out the sug gestion that it makes good read ing The club adopted a resolution to take up the project improve ment at the Girl Scout camp at Clear Lake which had previously been proposed Coming Events Announced Coming dates members were asked to keep in mind were June 3 when the club will hold its annual party honoring the honor students of the local schools with Rollo Bergeson as speaker June 7 the Kiwaniqucen party and June 17 the first of the noon luncheons at the Mason City Country club Next Thursdays meeting will be at Mu sic hall and the high school band will provide the program Three new members were given the induction charge with the Rev George O Marsh presiding They were L W Axeen manager of the Goodrich retail store Wal ter Finke sales manager of the P G E and Rabbi Howard L Fineberg of Adas Israel synagog a past president of Kiwanis Urges Bond Buying Lloyd Loers spoke briefly on the Security Loan drive to begin Monday He urged club members as employers to encourage em ployes to buy bonds as a means of combating inflation Francis Brouwer was in charge of the program and introduced Mr Rumford Guests as introduced by Fred Wagner included Dr W H Fields of Clarksville Maj J Sexson Fitzsimmons general hospital Denver Colo and Charles Mc Kinney Mason City Vice presi dent Max Boyd presided GlobeGazette Photo TO PLAY AT BOND Mason City high school band was rehearsing Friday when this picture was taken in preparation for its concert Monday at the Security Loan kickoff The bond rally is scheduled for p m in Cen tral park The Town Crier and a police escort will precede the band in its march from Music hall to the park where Mayor Howard E Bruce and Tom Teas chairman of the Security Loan campaign in Mason City will give brief addresses Amazing HEALTH FACTS about HORMONES Learn the truth about male female hormones Iearn what thevcan do foryou Free booklet givet scientific CO C P facts Write today for your 11 copy No cost or obligation Address card or letter BOOKLET HUDSON PRODUCTS CO Or 17 341 Harding St lonj Btach Z Calif ELECTROLUX CLEANERS AND AIR PURIFIERS Often imitated but never equaled 69 75 Complete with 9piece attachment set O A BUECHLE For sales and service call 4438 or write 210 South Tennessee Mason City FOR MOTHER on Her Day May 9th 4piece Chromed ELECTRIC URN SET only WEEKLY TERMS Modern matched electric urn sugar server and creamer on large tray Complete with cord and plug Special value1 NORTH FEDERAL Open An Account Us Easy To Pay The Daniels Way IrJ CliiJ PftfH JB DIAMONDS SUMMERTIME can be your best asset The 1948 GE Packaged Air Conditioner can help pull you out of that summer slump Write today for a free survey JAMES REFRIGERATION CO Sooth Federal Mason City Iowa Phone 165 GENERAL ELECTRIC AIR CONDITIONING Entry No Mary Lou Brandt Chosen to Represent Clear Lake MARY LOU BRANDT Clear Lake 19 Powerhouse Workers Quit Packing Union Nineteen members of the pow erhouse force at Jacob E Decker and Sons have withdrawn from local union 38 of the United Pack inghouse WorkersCIO because ot dissatisfaction with its leadership they announced Friday in an open letter signed by Ivan Evans which they requested to be published The letter follows It is the inalienable right of every American to have a trial by jury yet local union 38 is con demning the power department without hearing their side of it Did Not Walk Out You sent letters calling xis scabs There are no scabs in the power house An agreement is no better than those who make it and when the local 38 officers tried to force our steward to lie for them in court by saying we went out on our own they double crossed us their fellow members The local officers maintained in court that they did not pull the power house but that we walked out on our own which gave the company the right to fire all of us Why did the local union offi cers pull the power house Be cause of some trouble in another state Being double crossed by local 38 union officers we got out of the union and went back to the jobs we were supposed to have walked out on without orders Accepted 9c Raise Your local 38 tells you the A F of L sold you short by accepting the 9 cent raise also offered us Could it be that the A F of L Had the interest of their members in mind and knew no one ever gained anything by force It will now take the average worker here over 2 years to catch up on what he lost with a 9 cent raise while your brother C I O members in a neighboring commu nity are profiting by your staying off the job Others are getting your pay checks that rightfully belong to you money that will not be spent in Mason City money you should have to feed and clothe your families Unions are a benefit to the workers if the leaders are not a bunch of communistic racketeers Supply and demanrl will still reg ulate wages and prices Question of Right Hitler did more for the Ger man people than any leader they ever had but the more power he got the more he wanted until he brought his nation to the state of chaos it is today Do you want the same thing to happen here Do you want to de stroy the America our forefathers founded Do you want to destroy America the land of opportunity where even a poor mans son may become president Do you want to support communism which would destroy free enterprise that made us the greatest nation in the world Do you want to take the privilege that is America from your children and childrens chil dren It is not a question of who is right but what is right Dies at New Haven Nora has been received here of the death of John Kirst 73 father of Mrs Walter Hanna of Nora Springs at his farm home near New Haven Death was due to a heart attack Funeral services were held at the Sacred Heart Catholic church of Osage Monday Burial was at New Mary Lou Brandt will represent Clear Lake in the North Iowa Band Festival in Mason City on June 22 the Chamber of Com merce announced Friday Her en try brings the total number of queen candidates up to 15 Mary Lou is the daughter of Gus J Brandt of Clear Lake where her father is a city employe A senior in the high school she was chosen by the band of which she has been a member for 8 year as bass clarinetist Her activities are varied and in clude membership in the national honor society of which she is sec retary and the Masque and Gavel dramatic club She is president of the student council Musical activities besides band include glee club mixed chorus girls trio mixed clarinet quartet and xocal soloist In her church St Patricks she is a member of the chcir Mary Lou has had roles in 3 oreact plays and the junior and senior class plays The Clear Lake high school band of 60 pieces directed by John Kopecky will be among the many bands o march in the parade and take parl in the events of the day in support of their queen candi dates T G Burns is superintendent of the Clear Lake schools and Miss Catharyne Chambers principal Other town and school officials are W H Ward mayor E L Yeager president of the school board and Mrs Peter Miller pres ident of the Music Mothers associa tion CA Dyer Services Held Interment at Elm wood Cemetery Funeral services for Clarence A Dyer 74 who died Tuesday were held at the Major Memoiial chapel Thursday afternoon with the Rev George p Marsh pastor of the First Christian church officiating Mrs Harold Wolfe sang Abide Fined on Driving Count Joe Stanger Jr 1018 9th N W was fined and costs Thursday by Judge Tom Boynton in district court on a charge of operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated Stanger pleaded guilty to a county attorneys information His drivers license was suspended for 60 days and he forfeited his liquor permit Police arrested Stanger May 5 on North Federal avenue Deposits of mercury ore usually are associated with hot springs GREGERSON INSURANCE AGENCY SEE US ABOUT AUTOMOBILE and FIRE INSURANCE 206207 J C PENNEY BLDG PHONE 3983 SCIENTIFIC Only with SUPERSTRENGTH Built to Rive 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