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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 27, 1929, Mason City, Iowa GLOBEGAZETTE fockford Man to Leave About First of August for Far Eastern Home ROCKPORD be in charge at the xray of the International Electric cbm His trip will take him thru Prance and Italy and on the Medi terranean to Bombay where he will Building Church at Rosevllle MARBLE ROCK July 27Work on the new Catholic churchat vine east of here js progression India and Burma where he 4 j Pleted ready for the roof construe i There is just one story after all to what we call our ThreeStory To as ted Sandwiches and thats the story everybody tells whos tasted them Although we build them layers thick of crispy fresh hot toast with good things in dont come high in price With one of these and or tea one can well make a ineal that peps you up ior shopping or the rest of work that day Most appetizing too is the array of pleasing meat and cheese and salad combinations with which we serve these t o as ted Sandwiches Youll find them filling fresh and good each Good Week Flyers Report CONTINUED FPOM PAGE 1 tor became loose wrecking the cvl mderand stopping theengine Joe Glass was at the controls and Glenn L Iioomis was asleep The breakdown occurred a few minutes after the plane a Stiuson Detroiter had made its 26th re fuelingcontact her to about a thousand The alr was Perfect and the day was dating as pretty as you could imagine There wasnt a hint of trouble Weboth were feeling fine and were readyto up indefinitely The next knew there was a loud sound from the motor and it instantly Still Up MINNEAPOLIS July 27 With their first lOO hours them Owen Haughland and Capt L Cnchton of Minneapolis 8TATESLAW1N EASY LANGUAGE Jay Lorenz Local Lawyer Prepares Booklet for Laymans Use w entitled Laws People Want to Know About has just come off a Mason City press Jay Lorenz local attorney is its Mr P their flying he Mia from Wold Events included a their refueling ship MASON CITYS SODA GRILL A DELIGHTFUL PLACE TO DINE 16 SOUTH FEDEEAt SUNDAY DINNER at the Soda Grill thats where they dfne Its Mason Citys extremely popular Cafe ing of High Lived Near Leland LELAND July 27Horace O Haagenson rural mail carrier now recalls with pride that for several years before he was transferce from route No 1 to routT No 2 from this office Dao Jackson durance of h Dale fm resided Father Ordered to Support His Daughter IOWA CITY July 27 UP Axel r is set out foreword rt Au abridged statement TmJr6 of the code of Iowa relating to individual rights and interests concerning which People most often inquire and which are most frequontly involved in the plans transactions and dis Httle book is arranged alpha for quickreference in the r to school the monoplane wfi fonie of the sub the end of coverel Include lurance refuel anmals arrest assjgn meat attorneys cigarets and to went UP civi concealed weap UD ons conspiracy and extortion cor discrimination divorce and annullmerit of marriaKe dogs estates exemptions false hotels husbant i interest intoxicating li larceny liens limitation of actions niarriajre ors negotiable instruments names nuisances parent and child perjury nersonai property prize fighting ys quarantine real riots and disturbing the schools self defense Sundav weights and ures wills workmens compensa tion act and written instruments In each case the gist of the Jaw Svr1ented in langruage understand able by the layman The topics cov ered are the ones which based on Jttr Lorenz experience as an attor teyH freiuently encoun tered by Jhe ordinary person The concluding feature of the little vol tatement of the fees vided by Jaw for the various types of court service acknowledgments MERCHANT FINDS REASON FOR BIG CRAS OF GYPSIES ens and oaths marriage licenses and re cording instruments Real Appeal in Every Meal remain in Johnson county report weekly to the sheriff and pay weekly for his childs support Ar rested at Hoboken N on his way to Denmark to coHect a ce chrges failing to support his daughter fDfld y1 h1ar aboufc saa case vhJlbsenfminded who M Dear to nis wife and told the traffic cop to shut up Waterloo Courier are to arises been Plated in a edition but further editions be printed as the demand Any doubts in the mind of oh grocery merchant in Mason City a to where gypsies get the where withal to drive shiny limousines disappeared Friday With that mer chants experience with two women of one gypsy caravan x the grocery store 719 Elm Drive early Friday after noon while the proprietress Mrs W A Berry was in the rear of the store the two gypsies waited until Mrs Berry came to wait on them The extent of their purchase was a loaf of bread The gypsies left the store and after checking over the till Mrs Berry discovered a bill gone Chief of Police Frank Sanford receiving a report that the gypsies were in town ordered them out of the city with a warning not to stop until they were clear of tjre city lim its The theft of tha money from the grocery store was not reported until two hours after the gypsies had been ordered away by the chief Large Number Attend Lime Creek Meeting at Freeman School Briand Is Likely to Be French Premier CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 wth with Make It SAFE To Be Hungry Accessible Temperatjire Control When unforseen demands ne cessitate extra low temperatures the chilling unit is adjusted to meet and maintain this temper ature by simply turning a dial lo cated on the outside top of the cabinet speeds the freezing C hastens thechill ing of frozen desserts i Visit Our Refrigerator Display Now For the sake of your familys ie for the sake of your own nealth you should investigate the new allsteel General Electric Re frigerator Automatically without the slightest attention this re frigerator keeps food at a temper ature safely below50 degrees It relieves you of every worry con cerning the purity of the chil dien s milk the whqlesomeness of meats and vegetables It enables you to prepare delicious frozen dessertsand cold dishes for warm summer days I Quiet Economical Operation If you have a small kitchen you particularly pleased at the quietness with which the General Electric Refrigerator operates The airtight steel casing inside the coils houses all themechanism It also contains all the oil it will ever need to protect its three moving parts from wear A Model for the Average Family Down Per Month Now Is The Time To Buy Refrigeration is important winter ami but never is it more needed than right NOW Take tage of our Special Terms for the month of July Gas Electric G For Better Appliances md they heir bad news Announced Resignation M Poincare himself had sent let ters announcing his resignation Jast mght both to the cabinet and to President Dounaergue President iJoumergye afterthe usual exchange of compIimentsWc cepted tho Ministrys resignation asking them to continue their work until a new ministry can be formed He then summoned M Varnand Bouisson president of the chamber of deputies and M Paul Doumer president of the senate to aak their advice about a successor to M Poincare No one doubted he would chorsn Anstide Briand former foreign minister to assume head of the overnment RHEUMATISM Rheumatism Is a constitutional disease it is in the blood in the tissues in the fluid contents the system I have made a profound analytical study of the blood which is the veritabla fountain of life In order to be healthy the blood must be pure rich and of abundant sup ply My elimination treatment tends to purify the blood by helping to get rid of waste matter by help ing the organs that make it by in creasing its quantity to normal bv Function of the Blood Prom blood comes all the bulld htal and sustain Tnte necessary to the body The vital organs the brain the t0nes teeth hair nails in fact every organ and function of the body IB dependent upon the blood If this life stream is impure laden with fermenting acids and gases mucus uric acid accumulated fat germs bile chalky deposits and other effete matter t hm 1 P tn the tism in some form is bound to re from it My treatment Is di rected to the removal of all these Pure blood in sufficient quantity fs I for complete1 deVefop ment It means an increase of i5 ternal force more body power greater capacity to live and enjoy life m every way etUrraGMaPfe or woman 3 eitmg old at forty when should be in their prime My the blood re Jw blood pressure restores elastic ity to the arteries and thereby be U m time f 16 n boohlet L I OD rheumatism and rheumatic heart is free Send 2 AOSHANAMD Specialist in chronlct muscular and rheumatism of heart stomach arid intestines Hugo Stinnes Jr Is Found Not Guilty of Charge of Fraud BERLIN juiy 27 Stinues Jr son of the German post war industrial magnate was de clared not guilty today of attempting to defraud the German government in operations with German war loan bonds completely exonerat ed him but his secretary Wolf Von Waldow sentenced to four months in prison of which seven weeks were allowed for his incar ceration during the seven weeks tnal He was released for the re mainder of his term on good behav Stinnes was charged with an at tempt to defraud the treasury of 2 000000 marks about flSOOTO thru in revaluated war oan bonds His defense was he was left by his secretary Von Waldow m ignorance of the transactions The GlobeGazette Has a Booklet on If Flower Gardens Our Washington Information bureau offers to readers a 32 page illustrated booklet Annual Flowering Plants which tella how to raise flowers successfully Varieties suitable to different climates described with data on ln culture The 4H club boysand girls had charge of the program given at the Monthly Farm Bureau meeting of Lime Creek township at the Free man school Friday evening The program which consisted of talks plays demonstrations and music was Jn charge of Mrs Paul Payne The club members opened the program with a group of songsfol lowingwhichA vis Me Arthur gave a talk on 4H camp Edwin Maztne gave a talk on club work among the boys declaring tha making farm work more enjoyabli more proftable would keep thi younger generation on the farm The girls staged a health play f ol lowing which there was a piaiio trio made up of Avis McArthur Mary Jean Crowell and EuJia Bush The representation of a conversa tion between two personified girls stomachs was one of the hits of tho program DanMcArthur and Wayne Rucker gave a report of the hova convention the former talking on ifoods and Jim Wilsons trio around the world and the latter on the corn stalk industry Ruth Steinberg and Agnes Hu bacher have a club demonstration County Agent Marion E Olson hnd charge of the movies The room was packed Those who attended esti mated the crowd at 150 WorldWide CoOp Is Farm Plan CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 Dership in this cooperative If tli groups want to come in all right More details were expected to worked out attodays meeting Brookhart Is Silent WASHINGTON July 27 his return to Washington today S e n a t o r Brookhart republican Iowa reserved judgment on the action of the farm board in exclud ing him from its executive session in Chicago yesterday but indicated he might confer with the board members before they are confirmed by the senate T want to know a little more about the purpose of the secret ses sions he said before I say much about it The lowan left the meet ing after Chairman Legge an nounced that only those who had been invited to appear coujd remain Brookhart said he would offer the export debenture plan for farm re lef as an amendment to the tariff U1 but In a form which would put lie debentures in the hands of the farm board The debentures he added would more than furnish tho 520000000 the board wants to raise for an export corporation Rowland Laughs it Off NASHVILLE July 27 nce Pants J Rowland whose Nashville Vols are the current sen ation in the Southern association aughs at reports that he is destined o succeed Lena Blackburne as pilot f the White Sox Just another ru nor says Rowland UTILITIES GIVE IDEAS ON TAXES Iowa Commission Hears Pleas of Telephone and Power Companies DBS MO1NESJuly 27 UBThe last of three days of formal public hearings on fixing valuations on taxables in Iowa today brot before the state board of assessment and review representatives of telephone telegraph and power transmission companies Judge J L Parrish of Des Uolnes presented this morning the valuation ideas of the Northwestern 3ell Telephone company and the American Telephone and Telegraph company This afternoon represent atives of power utilities were to resent their case The commission will hear any ithers wishing to appear at any ime but will have to go to bat with available figures and informa ion soon in order to certify levies o county officials by Aug 9 Chair man Louis Cook said All counties but Muscatine miva ubmitted their assessment figures upon which equalization must be made the state auditors office an ounced today When silk stockings were expen ive every woman had to have aem Now many of them are con nt to do without uque TelegraphHerald REPORTS CAB MISSING t0 Fridayafter by Hirum Hunt 522 First Va tionalBank building stated that L had left the city with a mortgaged automobile nesota lincense number B 129104 The car is a Whippet coach Jens Christiansen 1313 North Jefferson avenue city letter carrier began a short vacation Saturday EJ Kenney 323 Fifth street northwest postal clerk began a short vacation Saturday Opens Shop at Rockford ROCKFORD July 27 M T Squler is opening a shoe repair shop in theNichols building He THREE NEW AIDS TO BEAUTY GRAY has perfected three new preparations which the fastidious woman will welcome enthusiastically Dorothy Gray Eyewash is a soothing bath tor the eyes It washes away the tiny specks of irritating dust and keeps your eyes clean and clear Dorothy Gray Strawberry Hand Lotion makes your hands smooth and soft It is ever so delicately scented and it is particularly de lightful because it does not leave the skin the least bit sticky or greasy And to check the distressing pimple which occasionally besets even the loveliest skin Dorothy Gray lias made Pimple Lotion It is wise to keep a bottle on hand Then at the first sign of a fpimple put on a little of this lotion repeatlrbmtime to time and the blem ish will never develop All the Dorothy Gray preparations and makeup accessories may be seen at our Toilet Goods Department Nntl from 8 A U to 4 P M Phono 1530 This iMokiet is calculated both to help the beginner with flowers to better resultg and give useful suggestions to the more exper ienced flower fancier Everyone wthna Patch of ground all may have lovely flowers Use the coupon ThfHaskn ircctor The GlobeGazette I Information Bureau DC 1 inclose herewith 6 centa in coin or stamps for a copy of the booklet AN FLOWERWG PLANTS Need Money C L Pine will loan you on the 20 month plan on your Household goods Automobile or other per sonal property You get the money the same day you apply for it NO RED TAPE NO COMMISSIONS NO FEES We have thousands of satisfied customers in Mason City Phone us if you are unable to come to our office and our personal rep resentative will call at your home without charge Strictly Confidential Out of Town Loans Made CL PINE LOAN CO 202 M B A BIdg Turn to Right When You Get Off the ElevatorPhone 298 2nd Floor ;