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FEBRUARY 1 193S MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE TWENTY-THKEi? Use Globe-Gazette Want Ads to Sell Old Clothing, Rent a Room, Etc. Classified Advertising Information Fifteen cents a line, first Insertion. Tea cenU a Una tot each consecutive subsequent Insertion. (Count fiv« average worda to the line.* Seven insertions ore given tor the price of six. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ADVERTISING 70 cents per column Inch each insertion. A discount at 13 per cent will be allowed on aU classified advertisements paid for at the time of insertion or not later thaa 5 days thereafter. A(l uyt-of-towna ada are payable In ad- vancs. All refunds on Want Ada muni be called tor within 30 days of the cancellation date of the order. Answer to "blind" advertisements mual Ym addressed to" the'letter stated In the ad, care of the Glbbe-«aieUe. Under no circumstances will the Globe-Gazette reveal the *mme ot those Inserting "blind" advertisements. Minimum charge for single advertisement, 25 cents. 2HO24E 3800 between S a. m. and 6 p. m. ana aek Ior the Ad Taker. INDEX TO CLASSIFIED Classifications are numbered according to the position in which they appear In the section. Money to Loan 8 DO YOU NEED MONEY? $40 $50 $100 $200 FUBN1TURE LOANS SALARY LOANS AUTO LOANS DIAMOND LOANS SECURITY LOAN CO. 331 1st Nat'l Bids:, Ph. 413 L.OANS, b per cent discount, easy payments. H. E. jSwarner. 207Vt N. Fed. Ph. 177. THRIFTY PEOPLE USE C. L. PINE'S LOAN SERVICE TO PAY FOll Rent Painting Taxes Sickness Clothing Furniture Ar'-- Repairlng Old Bills Other Expenses See, phono or write for free Information. Loans to $300.00 anywhere in North Centrr' Iowa C. L. Pine Loan Company Phone 324 201 Weir Bldg Diagonally Opposite The First National Bank "Large enough to serve you, small enough to know you." Rooms ior Rent 44 FOR RENT--2 unfurn. rms. 1866J. FOR RENT--Mod. slpg-. rm. 3491W. FOR RENT--Light housekeeping room. 20 4 N. W. Ph. 1460J. FOR HENY--Slpg. rm., close In, ?2. Men preferred. Ph. 2003. FOK RENT--3 light hskpg. rms., partly furn. or un£urn, 120 2nd S. W. Apts. for Rent 45 FOB RENT--i rm. apt,, $13 mo. Screened porch, basement, garden, electricity and water furnished. 410 S. Washington. Offices for Rent 63 FOR RENT Desirable suite of front office rooms. Good light, heat furnished. Seasonable rental. Possession Immediately. Inquire Business Manager Globe-Gazette Phone 3800 Household Goods 73 FOR SALE--Guaranteed used mechanical refrigerator, used very little. Easy terms. Peoples Gas Electric Co. FOR RENT--5 rm. mod. heated apt. close to Deckers, good neighborhood. 1224 N. Wash. OR' SALE--New National pressure cooker, $10. Inq. Apt. 124, Eadmar Hotel. FOR RENT--Fur. Apt. 712 N. Mad. FOK RENT--1, 2 or 8 ROOM FRONT WARM AITS., FURN. Over IGA Grocery ROY HARRIS Houses ior Rent 46 45 7 82 70 .A79 . SO . 81 . 16 . 40 43 37 Aptj, (or Rent .. Amusements ,... A u t o Accessaries Autos for Sale Auto Storage Auto Trucks .., Aulo Repairing . Beauty Parlors , Board, Room ... Bids. Materials . Business L, o c a- tlon Business Opportunities ...... 2ft C a f e s , Restaurants 17 Card of Thanks 2 Chiropodists ..,, 13 Chiropractors ... 14 Cleaners, Dyers . 18 Cottages A48 Death Notices .. i Dogs, Birds, Peta 53 Educational Opportunities ... 40 Electrical Service 61 Employment Her- " vice A30 Farms for Sate . 50 Farms for Rent .A50 , Farm Machinery 51 Flori-its 4 Foods A55 3 IB fiS GO 41 60 Instruction . , Insurance- . . . Investment . , In Memorlam Job printing ... Laundries ..... Livestock for Sale Location Wanted. Lost and Found Lotg for Sato . .. Machinery ..... . Misc. for Bale .. Misc. for Rent . . Money to Loan Mortgages ..... Monuments Moving, Storage Musical tnstr. . . Nursery stock . . O f f i c e s for Rent Office Equlpt. .. Osteopaths ..... Painting, Decor. Personals ...... Photographers , . Plumbing, Hie. . Poultry. Eggs .. Radio supplies . . Real Estate Wtd. Rooms for Rent Bate or Trade 30 11 10 A 2 20 21 32 65 e 48 54 22 55 56 23 58 57 63 ei 15 24 5 25 26 74 27 60 44 A3B ^ .-i^^^ynural Directors F/Furs ........... v oaraE« for Rent Sale ', Garage for viardens Gilt" ........... Help W a n t e d , With Inv ..... SO Help w a n t e d , Female ...... 31 Help w a n t e d , Male ......... 32 Help W a n t e d , Male, Female. .A3B Hide. Wool. Furs 78 Household Goods 73 Houses for Bale 47 Houses for Rent 48 Sate or Rent ...A47 Salesladies 31 Salesmen 35 Seeds, Feeds ... 28 Scrv. Offered ...A33 Situation Wld. .. 33 Stamps, Coins ..A74 Stationery 71 Stocks .. Summer Cottages 67 Swap service ... 33 Travel Bureau . .A 5 Trade or.Esch. . 42 Upholstering 5D Wtd. to Borrow 77 Wtd. to Buy ... 75 Wtd., Ulsc ATS Wtd. to Rent .. 76 Wearing Apparel 70 Death Notices UcGOWAN, Alexander, 65, died at the home ol his brother, Grant McGowan, northeast of Mason City, Tuesday. Funeral services will be held at the Randall funeral home at 2:30 o'clock Friday afternoon. The Rev. w. L. Dibble, pastor of the Congregational church, will be in charge of the services. Burial will be in Elmwood cemetery. The Ran dall funeral home in charge. SULLIVAN, Ruth, '22, 411 Seventh street northwest, died Thursday morning. Funeral services had not AUTOMOBILE LOANS IF YOU NEED MONEY-- BEFINANCE YOUR CAR! We will pay off your present contract, advance you more money and cut your payments down. Furniture Loans Also Made Phone 727 rr Come In HOME LOAN FINANCE CO. 2nd Floor I.O.F. Bids. A Friendly LOAN SERVICE UP TO S300 Borrowing money when you need it Is very simple.. Just call at our office and tell us how much you want. No embarrassing- investigations, everything: strictly confidential. We have served Mason City borrowers for many years. We have built on friendly service. Let us help you. United Financial Service F. M. HUMPHREY, Mgr. FOR RENT--Unusual opportunity to occupy mod., close in, furn. home. Owner more concevned as to responsibility of tenant than amount of rent involved for time occupied. Ph. 790. FOR RENT--7 rm. mod., gas heated house, fum. or unfurn. Ph. 3247. FOR RENT--Cheap, house. Ph. 807. RENT YOUR HOME from Briar List your property with Bviar Buy a home from Briar. Ph. 3414. Houses for Sale 47 FOR SALE in Clear Lake--^ rm. almost new house, strictly mod., garage, good location. Hans Christenson. Ph. 104, Clear Laka. FOR SALE--7 rm. mod. house. 41B 5 S. E. Call 16S1LJ or 68. Board, Room 49 BOARD And room $5. 17 N. Mon. 3 First St. N. W. o£ Adams Drug. First Door West Phone 1414 Beauty Parlors 16 PERMANENT waves §1.60 to $3. Shampoo and finger wave. 50c. Ph. SOU, call for Lo Moderne Annex. 3121/z N. Fed. Avo. Radio Supplies 27 NEW and USED battery and elec. radios bought, sold or exchanged at J. M. Mal-'-tadt Radio and Electric Service. 1603 South Federal. Open evenings. Help Wanted, J emale 31 EXP. GIRL for hswk. 1043 2 N. W. WANTED--Comp. girl to care for children evenings. Ph. 3830. Situation Wanted 33 WANTED--Hskpg. position half days for board' and room. Ph. 1877 after 5. , Services Offered A33 WANTED-Washings. Ph. 4013. RUPPERT, Harry P., 28, Jordan, Minn., died Thursday morning. The body was taken to Jordan, Minn. Funera! Directors MEYER FUNERAL HOME--Dependable service. 243 Fifth street S. E. Ph. 1505. PATTERSON FUNERAL HOME-A service for those who care. Ambulance. 322 N. Wash. Ph. 1140. RANDALL Funeral Home--Ambulance service. 104 3rd St. N. E. Ph. 511. C. E. Snipps. H. B. Major. Florists IN the hour of joy as well as in sorrow, flowers best express your sentiments. Strictly fresh homegrown stock. Kembles. Ph. 55. Monuments A4 MARK every grave with a monument from Mason City Cut Stone and Mon't Co., 504 N. Monroe 7HS. Personals REWARD--?100 reward will be paid by the Cecil theater for the arrest and conviction of the person or persons who stole posters of Henry VIII from front of Cecil theater Wednesday evening. SPENCER Corsets, light weight, economical, designed for the woman who is to wear It. Ph. 3856. Lost and Found LOST--Seal muff. Return to 308 W. State. Ph. 1031J. Reward. LOST--Lady's black kid gloves by 1st M. E. Church. Ph. 1315J. HOOFS repaired Phone 3830. Salesmen 35 RAWLEIGH famous every day household necessities are in increasing demand. Cash in on this opportunity supplying consumers in cities of Clear Lake, Garner, Nora Springs and East Floyd county. No matter what you have done in the past here is your chance. You should start earning 525 weekly and increase every month. Rawleigh Co., Dept. 1-13. Fregport. 111. Business Location 37 MUST SELL Close In bldg. Pays i 2 % o t h c r interests. Ph. 867. Swap Service 38 Three times or less offering a "SWAP" costs nothing. The ad must have a Globe-Gazette "key" number and the advertiser will pay 10 cents for'each reply. Replies are to be called for at the -Wand Ad counter. Farms for Sale 5C FOR SALE--9 acres with 8 rm house, barn, milk house, chicken house, orchard, $3,750. A good home M. M. Moen Co. Ph. 837. ONE of Iowa's most beautiful 160- aci'e farms for sale. Located on the paving between Mason City anc Nora Springs. Modern house and barns electric lighted, running wa ter, land all tiled, woven wire fences Good soil, a real home. No safer in vestment can be found. 55,000 56,000 will handle. Balance long time at 5%. No payments, on prin cipal. Call Beck Bros. Co. Ph. 134 Mason City, Iowa. Livestock for Sale 52 FOR SALE--3 Chester White brood sows and boar. Henry Gerken Manly, Iowa. FOR SALE Duroc BOWS to furrow in April H. A, DOYLE Phone 30-F-3 Cle.tr Lake, la Dogs, Birds, Pets 53 'Op, SALE--2 living room, auitea, n. 0 ' 9x12, Maytag washer, new, lass show'case and bed. Vcech 'ransfer and Storage. OR SALE--Automatic drop head sewing machine and duofold. 4 N. E. Wanted to Buy 75 VANTED--To buy pure strained honey. Mason City Baking Co. VE PAY highest prices for' furniture, rugs, radios, stoves, men'3 ihoes and clothes or any useful ar- icle you have. B. O. Exchange. Ph. 1216. WANTED--To buy used typewriter. Ph. 4215 between 4 and 7. WANTED--Used furn., stovca and rugs. Graham 2nd hand store, next to Strand theater. Ph. 301. WE Will buy your used car for cash. No delay. Lapiner Motor Co. Wanted to Rent 76 WANTED--To rent house. Ph. 3591. good mod HA.VE Reliable tenant for 160 A. or more. Plenty of equipment. Cal Guild, 867. Autos for Sale 7! FOR SALE--1031 Chevrolet Tudor hcate r, $240. 1933 Ply mo uth cheap. Phone 3482W. USED CARS 193£ Dodge Coupe (tiew point} 1932 Plymouth Scdnn (tcrfer.t 1D3L Chcv. Spec. Sednn (vcr clean) 10Z9 Nnffh Conch (runs tine) 1020 t" on tine llond. (grad) I'lenty In Chonse From J. H t MAKSTON */z Jllfc. E. of Hanford Hitel 19. Title 24 of the 1031 Code of Iowa and I a amendatory thereto and at the rates | rein permitted; to borrow money for | ny of the" purposes of the corporation and cecure the same by pledge or mortgage n any or all property and (or properly ighta and franchise* of the corporation; Iso to draw and accept negotiable P a Pej- ncludlng bonds, aharea of Btock, bills af xchange, promissory notes and other nego- lablo instruments and written obligations; II things hereinbefore referred to, to nuch xUnt as alj natural persons might or an do. The authorized^ capital stock shall be 25,000 divided Into two hundred f i f t y shares, ?r value ol jiuo each; all stock when 33ued ahall be fully paid for and non- isfieBsable. The amount of capital Block .uthotlred may be increased or diminished it any lime Jn the manner provided by aw. Capital stock may be Issued from time lime as the Board of Directors may de- ermine, without condition. The time of commencement of (he Lust- icss o? tha corporation was the date ot ssuance of Its Certificate, to-\vlt, Decem- 19, 1933, and j;uch corporation shall onlinue for twenty years unless sooner lE5olved hy vole of two-thirds of utock- lOlders present at any regular meeting or peclnl meeting called for thai purpose. Tho general a f f a l r a of such corporation hail be managed by a Board of Directors not less Ihn two nor more than f i f t e e n members, who aha.ll be elected by the ttock- era at their annual meeting to be. held he first Monday a f t e r the first Tuesday C January in each year: its o f f i c e r s shall bo President, Vice President, secretary' and eaaurer and one person may hold any .vro of auch offices at the eame lime. The Board of Directors ahall elect the officers of the corporation Immediately after each annual meeting of the stockholders, and uiHIl the annual meeting to be held in .he year 1031 the following ahall be the officers at the corporation, to-wit; L, B. Potter, of tlaaon City. Iowa, President and Treasurer; Fulton F. Potter, ot on Clly f Iowa, Secretary and Vice a realdentj and (ho following shall constitute the Board of Director*: 1,. B. Potter and Fulton F. Potler, both residing at Mason City, lo\va. AH officers of this corporation shall hold o f f i c e for the terra of one year, or until :neir auccessors .are elected and qualified; 2very director ahall he a. stockholder, z n d If nny director shall Bell or transfer his lock in thltf corporation he shall at once cease to be a director; but nothing herein contained sbaH prevent the Board of Directors, If they see f i t , from electing a secretary ol thfi corporallon, who (E not a stockholder hereof. The Hoard or Dlreclur^ may fill nl) vacancies occurring ID * the membership between annual elections by appointment of persons quail flea lo hold offlcE herein for the remainder ot the term. At all meetings of the stockholders, encli stockholder shall be entitled to vole ooe vote for each ahare of Block held by him. which vote may be CAB! .In person or by proxy. The private property ot the stockholders shall be exempt from corporate debts. L. B. POTTER, President ai)d Treasurer, FULTON F. POTTKR, Vice President and Secretary. NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF RE 1 - CEIVRRS AND FIXING OF TIME FOU VII/ING CLAIMS FOR SAL.E--Boston Terrier puppies. Millie Kline, Hampton, Iowa. Misc. ior Sale 55 FOR SALE--22 Winchester automatic rifle. 1311 S. Georgia. FOR SALS--Sawmill in good condition; 10-20 tractor may be used for power. Price $225. See or write Fred Mattison, Thompson, Iowa. GOOD CLEAN COAL r mr prices Just try one ton . ALLISON COAL FhonD 481 HEAVY MATS SIZE 18Vix2l 2cEACH The Dry Mats are excellent for lining garages, chicken houses, coal bins, cellars, cabin walls, weatherboarding, sound proofing or insulation. Not suited for outside surfacing or drawing use. We have over 500 which may be bought for only 2 cents each. Call Business Office. Globe-Gazette. SWAP--Daybed for chickens only. Write TT-1, Globe-Gazette. SVv At 1 Carpenter ov other work for dental work. Write RR-30, Globe- Gazette. SWAP--Portable galvanized shower bath for pump gun or what? Write XX-1, Globe-Gazette. SWAP GO A. timber farm in Mo. for car, M. C. property or what? Write YY-31, Globe-Gazette. SWAP 240 incubator for oats. Write TT-31, Globe-Gazette. SWAP Close in unimp. acreage for est. grocery or lunch counter business. Write MM-31, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--Ukeline for kodak. HH-31, Globe-Gazette. Write First Class Second Hand BATTERIES In perfect condition. Guaranteed. LINDQUIST'S 620 S. Federal Phone 831 Foods ASS FOR SALE--1929 Packard deluxe 4 door 6 cylinder sedan. New tires, trunk and rack; completely refinished; exceptional bargain. S. R. Chev. Co., Inc. USED CAU CENTS Who knows when you go down the street In your car If you purchased it ued or new outside of your Immediate friends? Did you ever think about this? Ever}' car owner drives a Used Car. We have name. HTJPMOniLE SALES and SERVICE PH. 488 1 block North and / t East ot Hanford Hotel H H In IhR Illftlrict Court of the SUlc of Iowa In wnd for Cerro Gordo County, Frank Emmert, Plaintiff, VB. Maeon City Cooperative. Dairy Marketing Association, Defendant. To the Creditor* of Ihe Above Namea I)R- fetidnnt, and o Whom It May Concern: You, and each of you are hereby n o t i f i e d , that by an order duly entered of record In the District Court of Cerro Gocdo County, Iowa, H. A. D%vellB and P. G. Fryo were appointed as receiver^ for trie defendant, Macon Clly Cooperative Dairy MarfceUnR AaeoclaUon. You and each of you are further noil tied that, the Dlalrtct Court of Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, has entered nn order requiring that nil claims agalnut the aald Ma»on City Cooperative Dairy Marketing Association, b» Hem'-r^d, 'fr'flid nnd filed with the Clerlt ot the District Court of Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, on or before May I, 153*, and that unless the claim* ilnat the said Macort City Cooperative Dairy Market Irs Asaoclalion, be filed a* required, and within the time BJS provMed by the order of Court, they «hnll not participate In the distribution of the assets of salfl Mason C i t y Cooperative Entry Marketing A Pfi Delation. Dated tliis 201(1 day of January, A. O. H. A. DWELLE, P. G. FRYE, Receiver*. W. A. \V*Htfal!, Attorney for Receiver!. FOR SALE--1931 Ford town sedan with trunk, extra clean. Write J- 30, Globe-Gazette. Highest Value! USED CARS 1 Lowest Prices! 1828 Fordor Sedan S165 1SI28 Tudor Ford $165 3929 Ford Coupe )?165 1030 Ford Pickup $200 193t) Chev. Coach ?205 1928 Ford Coupe $1.10 3925 Fordor Sednu T .S -SO COMPLETE SERVICE Yovi will find our service department the most complete In Mason City. Gas, Oil, Tires, Tubes, Battery Service, Washing, Greasing, Body, Fun- dcr and Mechanical Repair at Reasonable prices. Give us a trial on any automobile need for any car. WAGNER MOTOR CO. FORD SALES 311 1st S. E. Opp. Old P. O. Auto Trucks 80 FOR SALE--International 2 ten, 6 cylinder, short wheelbase, dual tires. International Motor Trucks. Ph. 20. ' LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF INCORPORATION FOR SALE Potatoes, small $1 per bag; large, No, 1 si7.e, $l,fio per hag, 25u per peck. Onions 25c bag. Apples, rlntf p: " cil, $!.S5 per basket. Xo. 1 Ganos $1.45 per basket. Carrots, frcsb supply, 15o bushel, I*nrgc hickory mits, 4 Jhft. 25c. Phone 1138 EARTHS FRUIT MARKET 1500 S. Federal Notice IB hereby Riven th*t Iv. B. Potter and FuKon F. Pottftr of Maaon City, Iowa. have asaDelated themselves together as n body corporfttft u n d e r the provisions of Ctinpter 3S4. Title 18 of the 10,11 Code of Iowa, and act« ftm«ndfttory thereto. Tha name at such corporation fa "Horn*' I^oan A: Finance Co.," nnd Its principal place of business Cs Mnaon City, Iowa. The genera) nature of the bualntuB of such corpnrnUon la a general investment and loan, business Including Ihe following: To acquire, own, l«ase, sell or otherwise deal in every kind of property, real, 'personal and mixed whatsoever; to act n agenl for Insurance- ami i n d e m n i t y companies In doing Riich bualnesn as may he and delegated to It as xueh agent by each companies; al^o to conduct a general in- aarancft bunlnenir, both agency and insurance brokerage business; also to I n v e s t In loans, and loan money at lawful rales of Inter**! upon reat. personal anrt mixed property »i every kind and nature whn.tnoe.ver. Including tonnfl secured by chattel mortgagea under Ihe provision* and limitations of Chapter Wellman, First Man to Attempt Flight Over Atlantic, Dies NEW YORK, Feb. 1. (IP)--Walter Wellman, 75, explorer and first nan to attempt a flight across the Atlantic ocean, is dead. He had been ill for three months when death came yesterday. Although Wellman made four attempts to reach the north pole, twice afoot and twice by air, he was best known for the attempted flight to London. It was made in 1910 and ended after 79 hours about 375 miles oft ape Hatteraa. Wellman and his crew of five were rescued from the dirigible America by the steamship Trent. HUGE EXPANSION OF CREDIT SEEN IN MONEY ACTION Dollar Stabilization in Terms of Foreign Currencies Accomplished. By CLAUDE A. JAGGER Associated Jpress Financial Kdltqr (CopyriRhl, 1934, by The Associated Tress.) NEW YORK, Feb. 1. (.T)--President Roosevelt's proclamation devaluing the dollar approximately 41 per cent, as understood by Wall street monetary authorities, has virtually restored the dollar to the international gold standard and opened the way to a huge potential credit expansion. It 13 believed that stabilization of the dollar in torms of principal foreign currencies has probably been largely accomplished. How rapidly credit expansion will work will depend upon the manner in which the treasury uses the increase in country's gold supply and upon the pace of improvement in business. Credit expansion, bankers say, requires confidence on the part of businessmen that they con use credit profitably, and this confidence should grow, as recovery progresses. Bonk Deposits Grow. As bank credit expands, bank deposits grow, and as the turnover of bank deposits increases, that is, as check settlements accelerate, pcices normally rise. The wartime expansion of credit brought sharp increases in commodity prices. The more recent boomtime credit growth of 1028-29 was reflected rather in a Jump in real estate and security prices than in staple goods. How the treasury will use th| more than ?2,700,000,000 In gold "profit" resulting from the decrease in the gold dollar remains to be seen. Its first move has been to create a 52,000,000,000 stabilization fund, to stabilize the dollar in the foreign ixchange market, and to stabilize the price of government securities. Addition to StocU. The potentialities of this big addition to the nation's monetary gold stock, it is pointed out, may be seen in the fact that an increase in. the country's gold of nearly $2,400,000,000 from 1914 to 1920 was accompanied by a jump in bank credit of more than $36,000,000,000. Furthermore, banking authorities explain, such an increase in gold would support a theoretical maximum increase, according to the workings of our banking system, of several times that. . The action of the president in authorizing: tne treasury both tu buy and sell gold at ?35 an ounce, in the opinion of foreign exchange experts, may largely solve the problem of stabilizing the dollar, particularly insofar as the gold countries are concerned. It is therefore possible that the atabilization fund may not have to devote much attcn- lon to he internadonal money market and may concentrate upon domestic problems. Big Question Mark. The big question mark in the international field, is the pound .sterling, which is not on the gold standard, so its relation to the dollar is not automatically established by the hinging of the.dollar to gold at a price of $35 an ounce. The impression prevails in Wall Street international banking quarters that temporarily, at least, some sort of tacit, Informal truce has been reached between American and British authorities to keep the pound sterling close to $5. The immediate prospect Is, in the belief of exchange quarters here, that the pound must either advance federal reserve might sell gold for export until the reverse took place. Movements Barred. Since last April, normal gold movements to and from the United States have been barred. With no price in this country at which foreign gold would be bought, it has been necessary first for the R. F. C., then the treasury acting thrpugh the federal reserve, to buy gold abroad to keep the dollar from rising. Now, presumably, the process will take place automatically. The normal workings of the international gold standard, however, will be found complicated by the, fact that the Bank of France is the only Important foreign central bank still buying- and selling gold bars at a fixed price. The other source of gold, limited chiefly to Squth American production, is the London free market. If the flow of capital toward the United States becomes extraordinarily large, it may much more than absorb the offerings in the London market, and make such'inroads into the reserves of the Bank of France that the bank would cease to sell gold freely, which would be tantamount to quitting the international gold standard. In the belief of some monetary authorities, that would cause such international monetary chaos that It would quickly bring an International stabilization agreement. NO ACTION TAKEN ON LONG OUSTER Senate Committee Unable to Act on Petitions From Louisiana. WASHINGTON, Feb. 1. (.VI-- TliP senate elections committee decided today petitions seeking the ouster from the senate of Senators Long: and Ovcrton of Louisiana diri not present issues "which the committee or the senate could take cognizance of." The committee decided, however, to conduct hearings within the next 10 days to permit those socking rr- moval of the two senators to nrgue the "sufficiency of their complaints." Chairman George (D., Ga.) announced the decision following an executive session. Ouster of Long has been asked in petitions by Louisiana citterns charging him with personal and political corruption. The women's committee of Louisiana, also has asked for unseating of Overton on the ground that he must be held responsible for corruption in his election. To Discuss Progress of Drive for Wild Life Restoration WASHINGTON, Feb. 1. UP)--A half dozen o£ the government's principal figures interested In game conservation will meet Saturday with President Roosevelt's committee on wild life restoration to discuss progress made on the problem to date. The group will include Secretaries Wallace, Roper and Ickes; Harry L. Hopkins, relief administrator; Lewis W. Douglas, budget director, and Senator Walcott of Connecticut, chairman of the special senate committee on wild life resources. Other members of the committee are J. N. Darling of Des Moines, Iowa, and Prof. Madison, Wis. Aldo Leopold of '33 Rayon Consumption Broke All Time Record · NEW YORK -- Production and consumption of rayon yarn for the year 1S33 arc pointed to by many observers as a strong indication of the gradual, and in this instance emphatic, business upswing. According to figures compiled by the Textile Organori; output of rayon last year aggregated 207,578,000 pounds, or 54 per cent above the 1932 total of 134,714,000 pounds and 45 per cent greater than the previous record year 1931. Hence, 1933 broke the all-time record. "As a result," adds the publication, "the Industry continues to be In a most healthy state of balance. Classification by process shows that 76.4 per cent of the 1933 output was produced by the viscose process, 17.3 per cent was acetate and 6.3 all other processes. Sheriff Johnson Hurt as Car Goes m Ditch CRESCO, Feb. 1.--Sheriff Tollor Johnson Wednesday afternoon suffered gashes on his- face and bruises when his car struck a rut In the road and was ditched ten milBs north of Cresco. The business trip was finished by his deputy, Will Owens, the same afternoon. Finholt, Pioneer of Winneshiek, Is Buried DECORAH, Feb. 1.--Funeral services were held yesterday for Martin A. Finholt, pioneer settler of the county, who died at the Lutheran hospital In La Crosse. Services wore held at the Canoe'Ridge Lutheran church, with the Rev. Alfred Bretie- aen, officiating. Mr. Finholt was born in Christiana, Norway, and settled In Wlnneshlek county in 1879. Eight children survive, ' Ole, Dunn Center, N. Dak.; Louis, Decorah; Edward, Austin, Minn.! Oscar, Helmer and John of Pleasant township; Mrs. Henry Quenrud, Allamakee county and Mrs. William Hanson of Pleasant township. against the dollar, or decline in terms of the French gold franc, the latter being equivalent to an increase in the London gold price.The new gold value ot the dollar fixes a parity for the French franc at about 6.63 cents. On the basis of yesterday's pound-franc rate, this would mean a price for the pound sterling in terms of our currency of about $5.27. If the pound were to decline to about §5, It would have to decline against Paris from yes- terday'B rate of about 79 ',4 franca to roughly 75% francs. Problem of Adjusting. The problem o£ the dollar's adjusting itself to its indicated international value is complicated by two factors. First, there is the possibility of a large influx o£ fugitive domestic capital now abroad, and ·the return of the normal foreign investment Jn American securities, which might reach proportions unmanageable in the foreign exchange market. Secondly, there is the unknown quantity of what action foreign authorities may take to defend their positions. The new position of the dollar places it more closely to the old gold standard than the present position of sterling ia, foreign exchange authorities say. The old gold standard, permitting the sale or purchase of international gold at a fixed price, places the parity of exchange in terms of other currencies under automatic control. For instance, if the dollar holds well above its new gold parity, it will be profitable for banks to ship gold from Paris to London. This would theoretically continue until enough dollars were sold and francs purchased in paying for the movement of gold, to l i f t the ratio of the franc to the dollar BO close to the parity that the operation no longer would be profitable. In case the dollar should decline beloif Its'parity with tl)e franc, t!ie NortWood Post, 300 Per Cent of Quota, to Meet Tuesday Evening NORTHWOOD, Fob. 1.--How an American Legion post performs when it has a 300 per cent oC quota membership will be disclosed here next Tuesday night when the William T. Smith post gets together. Under the commandcrship of George W. Troth, the local organization haa a membership of ll!;i, with 3 more needed to reach 326, which constitutes 3 times the quota assigned, by state headquarters. Tuesday night's program will end with an oyster stew but several of the items preceding have not been revealed. For one thing, it's announced that the original Elmer will bo there, along with some "Russian dancers, just o[f the gang- plank" and a pair of "accordion playing daddies from Mexico," not to mention "the king of England and his band," arriving to pay their war debt. Fred Shaffer of Mason City will be 011 hand with his accordion and miniature pipeorgan to head up the free style singing. Announcement is also made by Mr. Troth of a Legion-Auxiliary public dance to be held Feb. 3 s.r,A of a fourth district .'tag meeting of Legion at Oclweln iron. 12. GLOBE-GAZETTE'S DAILY CROSS WORD PUZZLE ACROSS I--Patterned after 6--Political division or n cit; 9--Wading blnl 10--A Mohammedan noble 12--An allowance tor wnsto 13--Air QKtta(or M--Not far nwav 16--The nol.se made by *h;i!ing I ca vea 18--To lapce 20---Small carp-like' flsli lit--Jurtailictlon fr an carl 2 i l -- A d d i t i o n lo writln/j llniliiil.sj 24--Restores to proper condition 26--Kmallest pnrt of number tS--Hut M--Kur-hoarin? animal 12--(Joins hy effort "1--Above and In contact with J7--Devices for ellmlnntin*-- iO--The dunnlilor of the KOd Jnuclius (Creek myth.) 1--Most Indolent is--Dotly of land not In contact with any other 15--A character in n Khnkrui can traccily 45--Uneven 4"--M.-iH bcverncc ( p l u i n l i 48--Vnpor CO--Sea oaclc* 52--Kpochs 53--C'erflmonjiil DOWN 1--Measures of area 2--Struck liKlilly :t--Printer's mrasuro ·i--Put ore ' 6 -- D i m i n i s h e d 6--Form of "lo he" 7--To naino again S--Profound !i--Unrefined 11--Files 12--X cat I :"--Remainder I"--Cordfl uHed for InntliHS- 19--Those who move or recline I :i I n x . lazy manner i!--Balhs 2!i--Pen 27--Melody .28--nirt :iO--Mnuntiiln ranj.-*: of South America 31--One w)io look/! maliCTil" .1:1--Slanting 31--Fln.seball teams 35--.Supplies w i t h t u r f 38--Small p u r t i c l c e 3fl---A sea duck 42--Heocnt ·1-1--Oppo.sitc of "awcniliT" (nautical) ^y--.Scoriatcl lava 51-- One of t l i c U n i t e d HlrHe« ( i n i t i a l s ) Antwftr lo p r e v i o u z - p u x z l e

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