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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE. J A N U A R Y 9 19.3R NINETEEN START THE NEW YEAR RIGHT: With A Clean Cellar, Clean Attic and Clean Slate. Let Globe-Gazette Want Ads Help Sell Your White Elephants. Card of Thanks We wish to thank the many neighbors and friends, the Iowa State Brand Creameries, the Northwestern Cement plant, Witwer Grocer company, for their kindnesses during the illness and death of our beloved husband, father and son. Mrs. Harvey Norberg and Genevieve, Mr. and Mrs. John Norberg ana Brothers and sisters, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Davis and sisters and brothers, Jay Wood. Funeral Directors McAULEY Funeral Home -- Complete service day and night. S S. Adams. Phone 651. MEYER Funeral Home--Dependable service. 126 Third St. N. E. Phone 1505. Insurance 11 AUTO INSURANCE A Standard Liability and Property Damage Policy Farmers Only $10. TRUCK INS. AT A SAVING No Assessment Miittmls in Our Agency ROMEY REALTY CO. Fhoiie 584 Optometrists A I 5 IF YOUR eyes are failing see Dr. Knutson, Opt., Weir Bldg., and get the best in optical service. Business Opportunities 29 FOR RENT--grocery score at 1st St. S. W. Ph. 2667. Help Wanted, Female 31 WANTED--Exp. girl for general housework. White or colored. Ph. 4272. PATTERSON Funeral Home -- A service for those who care. Ambulance. 322 N. Wash. Phone 1140. RANDALL Funeral Home--Ambulance service. 104 3rd St. N. E. Ph. 511. C. E. Snipps, H. B, Major. Florists FOR HOME USE, for the sickroom, for funerals, for every occasion our fresh stock of home grown flowers is available. Kemble's. Ph. 55. Lost and Found LOST--White female rat terrier spotted back, brown face. Name "Spotty." S12 S. Van Buren. Rew'd. LOST--Lady's grey kid gloves. Ph. 1998J. Reward. LOST--Irish Setter pup. Name Rusty. Ph. 4133. Reward. Money to Loan F O R A L L P U R P O S E S Loaned on your Auto, Furniture or Other Security. Cars refinanced on smaller payments. HOME LOAN FINANCE CO. 2nd Floor Foresters' Bldg. Ph. ~Z~ CHARACTER LOANS--7% discount plus small fee. Fidelity Discount Co. 2071,4 N Fed. Ph. 177. MONEY TO LOAN on Mason City home. Alliance Investment Co. Phone 849. CAR PAYMENTS REDUCED Let us reduce your payments and give you additional cash. We also make personal loans. UNITED FINANCIAL SERVICE "ON THE SQUARE" 3 Doors East of Courthouse Phone 1414 TOTAL COST FOR A ?50 LOAN For 5 Months. Other Amounts in Proportion Security Loan Co. Phone 412 331-lst Nat'I. Bank. MONEY for refinancing: or building. Reasonable interest rates. Let's talk It over. W. L. PATTON 109 E. State LOANS Up to $300.00 ANYWHERE IN NORTH IOWA Made to Responsible Families or Individuals NO SIGNERS NO ENDORSERS Your Own Security Only. Pay Interest on only actual unpaid balances for actual number of days used. Prompt, Private, Friendly Service Always See, Phone or Write us for FREE INFORMATION C. L. Pine Loan Company Diagonally Opposite 1st Nad. Bank 2M Weir Bldff., Mason City, Iowa HONEY TO LOAN--On improved Mason City real estate. E. W. Clark Co.. 204 Foresters Bldg. WE CAN HELP YOU! We all have to faee emergencies, and we like the easiest way o u t . . . . and OUR way is the easiest so if you want relief from those pestering little bills, .just come in and see us! Visit us and see how simple it is! Humphrey Finance Co. Phone 578 1!U : N. Federal Real Estate Loans A-8 MORTGAGE~LOANS~ON North Iowa Fnrnis--*i/j%--5% Btasnn City Real Estate--5%--fi% Prompt- Service--Small Expense. Choice Mort(jag;eK for sale. HUGH H. SHEPARD 602-508 Foresters Bldg. Phone 284 Mason City, Iowa WANTED--Lady club. Ph. 1237. cook in night WANTED--Girl for housework. 312 2nd N. W. WANTED--Experienced beauty operator with following. Write. L-8. Globe-Gazette. Help Wanted, Male 32 WANT--Reliable young man at fountain and cigar counter in drug- store. Write J-9, Globe-Gazette. Situation Wanted 33 GIRL--Exp.. capable sect'y., steno., neeeds work badly. Call 1490J. Services Offered ASS EXPERIENCED Married couple wants work on farm. Write in care of N. Van Horn, Luana, Iowa. WASHING and cleaning. 2958W. ELECTRO-VAPORIZED Mineral Health Baths. Basement Foresters Building. Phone 676. Salesmen 35 LARGE EASTERN CORP. Announces 4 new models and will let franchises in the following counties Worth, Mitchell, Floyd, Franklin, Hancock, AVinnebago and Wright. Qualifications: Married men, 25 to 50 yr». of age, must have good reference and car. Apply Friday, Saturday or Sunday, 12 to 1 p. m. on these days only. Sec MR. MAYHEW or MR. PAULSON Kadmar Hotel, Mason City SALESMAN for Iowa. Between ages of 25 and 45 yrs., with groc. and coffee experience, calling on gi'oc. stores and wholesalers. Must have car. Apply Hotel Hanford Friday all day Jan. 10, for Mr. Bott. WANTED--Real salesman. Prefer bond or insurance. Exp. Write T-17, Globe-Gazette. 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 Want Ad counter. For every line over 3 lines, besides 10 cents for each answer, regular rates will be charged. SWAP--1 burner cabinet oil heater for sewing machine or rug. Write YY-9. Globe-Gazette. 3WAP--850 Watt Delco generator with batteries for what have you? Write TT-9, Globe-Gazette. Houses for Rent 46 HOUSES 4 rrn. Mlilltiml Hcinl't* Slli.rm 4 rni. Kint SIHe $19.1111 fi rm. Closp In S'itl.lMI fl rm. Htniff. -\IM\r Dcrkcrn *-·;..Ml fl ml. Rune. \VMfl\viioi] *:m.(ll 8 rni. HolMC J38 12th ,V. IV :!3.tK) A. M. SCHANKE COMPANV Phone 1300 FOR SALE--Used f u r n i t u r e on display at Cadwell Transfer Storage Co. 303 8th S. W. FOR RENT--Mod. 5 rm. bung. 326 15 S. E. Ph. 3875. FOR RENT--Nicely furn. 6 rm. house by Feb. 1st to responsible party. Write H-7, Globe-Gazette. FOR RENT--Mod. 5 rm. bungalow $27.50 per month. Beck Bros. Co. Ph. 134. FOR RENT--5 rm. bungalow, $16. Alliance Investment Co. Ph. 849. FOR RENT--6 rm. strictly mod. house. 1-114 N. Virginia.. Ph. 4,41. FOR RENT--All mod. 5 rm. bungalow. Forest Park. Alliance Investment. Ph. 84.9. Household Goods 73 i Autos for Sale 79 FOR SALE--Small buffet, good cond., cheap. Ph. 2973 FOR SALE--Blue vclour davenport and chair, J25 cash. Bella Peterson. Garner. Iowa. FOR SALE--Overstuffed davenport and chair, good condition, cheap. Ph. Wl!. FOR SALE--Bargain, new. used, Hoover cleaner. Mr. Hogay. Ph. 3240. For Sale Household goods. Small piano left in storage with orders to sell. Small payments. Write or inquire VEECH TRANSFER AND STORAGE FOR RENT--5 rm. house. Ph. 3727. FOR RENT.--5 rm. mod. new duplex, close in; 5 rm. mod. good close in apt.; 5 rm. mod. good bungalow. W. L. Patton, 109 E. Stale. FOR RENT--6 rm. mod. house N. W. location. M. M. Moen Co. 837. Lots tor Sale 48 FOR SALE--Choice large lot, 66x 165, East State St. in 800 block. Cash price S700 for quick sale. Write G-2, Globe-Gazette. FOR SALE--Lot in Highland addition, 2 blocks from carline, ?250. Inq. 116 15 N. E. Acreages A48 FOR RENT--12 acres on N. Carolina Ave. Mrs. Sara Schaefer, Manly. Iowa. Sale or Trade A38 size cylinder corn sheller for smaller one or what have you? Henry Sailer, 7 miles E. and 1% miles S. of Mason City. FOR SALE OR TRADE--750 Delco semi-automatic plant, first class condition ^guaranteed. Jacoby Battery Electric Co.. 110 S. Del. Ave. Rooms tor Rent 44 FOR "RENT--Slpg. rm., lurn. with studio couch. Close in. Ph. 224'i. FOR RENT--Desirable front slpg. rm., private home. Ph. 2640. FOR RENT--Slpg. rm. Ph. 2026. FOR RENT--Elec. plate connection, in well furn. sfpg, rm., bath convenient. Hot water. 672 E. State. FOR RENT--Room. 19 -1 N. W. For Rent--Furn. slpg. rm. 8 S. Va. Apts. for Rent 45 FOR RENT--Apartments, 5 rm. close in. heated, S35: 5 rm., close in. heated, 540. A. M. Schanke Co.. Ph. 1300. FOR RENT--2 rm. furn. or unfurn. apt. 709 S. Penn, FOR RENT--Desirable 3 rm. and bath furn. apt. See J. B. Youngblood. Ph. 36. FOR RENT--Furn. 3 rm. apt., adults. 208 7th N. E. FOR RENT--Unfurn. 1 rm. apt. and kitchenette. 130 5 N. E. FOR R E N T -- U n f u r n . apt., heat and water f u r n . Ph. 2357. Farms for Sale 50 FARMERS ATTENTION! There is still time to huy a farm and gain possession March 1, 193B. \'ou will lie. glad to he » farm owner when pric.es advance. Wo offer excellent values on long term financing. L. P. STKUVK, Rep. Federal Land Bank of Omaha 70G N. Fed. Ph. 3080 480 A. Polk co., Minn., 6 mi. market, 350 cultivated, balance prairie. Comfortable bldgs., flowing well, 512.30 per A. Send for list.Higgin- bothem. Red Lake Falls, Minn. Form Machinery 51 FOR SALE--Slightly used general purpose John Deere tractor with cultivator, also 28 wheel disc. Will sell at '/z price. Write X-7, Globe- Gazette. Livestock tor Sate 52 FOR SALE--Milk-cows fresh. Guaranteed. Ph. 1118. FOR SALK -- Purebred Holstein bull, serviceable age. John Bock, 3 mi. east of Klemme. Misc. for Sale 55 DIXIE BLOCK COAL $6.50 PER TON Exclusive but not expensive. Call us for prices on other coal. W. Qulnn, Manager. Ph. "10. 526 2nd N. W. DIXIE BLOCK COAL CO. FOR SALE--New gloves, 3 for 25c, car chains, stoves. You can have them 50c on the dollar while they last. B. 0. Excb.. 1408 N. Fed. FOR SALE--Dry oak wood, $4.50 ton. Call 326 3 S. W. Apt. 1. FOR SALE--La7-ge electric corn popper. Irwin Erb, Lake Mills. la. CLEARANCE SALE $5.00 Nestor Johnson Shoe Skates for $3.95. Trade in your old skates, gun or bicycle. LINDQUISTS B20 S. Federal Phone 831 FOR RENT--Apt. 310 S. Pcnn. 1SD7. MY WATER SOFTENERS for 1936 are a wonder to deliver Lovely Soft Water. Terms or trade- in taken. Hardness is terrible in fine homes. Mineral for sale. Don't wait. Write CH.VRLF.S C. WILLEY 3108W Foods CARLOAD OF APPLES A55 Just Received 4 Be Per Basket EARL'S FRUIT MARKET 1R03 S. Fed. Phone 1138 FOR SALE--Fresh pork and beef. 23F4. Musical Instruments 58 FOR SALE--Upright piano. Ph. 2529W. FOR SALE--Clarinet, reasonable price. 303 2nd St. N. B. FOR SALE--Philco car radio. Mitchell Radio Shop, Clear Lake. Wearing Apparel 70 FOR SALIC Several bargains in rebuilt washers. Save $40.00. We take creamery certificates on Rockfotd, Rockwell and Thornton creameries. CERRO GORDO MAYTAG CO. 22 2nd St. N. E. Mason City, loivn Wanted to Buy 75 CITY HOMKS WANTED We have cash buyers for Good 5 and 6 Room Bungalows. Also 3 and 4 Room Cottages. List yours. ROMEY REALTY CO. Phone ii8-t FOR SALE--Cheap 2 pair shoes, overshoe.*, size n'.i and 6'/i. black. Call Rm. 200. E a d m a r Hotel. Household Goods 73 FOR SALE--Heating stove S20. 501 19 St. S. E. HIGHEST Prices paid for killer horses. Ph. 2731R2. WANTED--Used rurnlture. . Joe Goss. 212 South Federal. Ph. 942. WANTED--All kinds of used furniture. Call us- before you sell. Grahams. Phone 301. WANTED -- To buy girl's shoe skates. Ph. 3119W. Wanted to Rent 76 WANT--To rent good improved farm, plenty of equipment, clear. Write Z-4, Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Room or small flat fum. or unfurn. for elderly lady. Write D-8, Globe-Gazette. WANTED--To rent in or near Mason City, filling station or small grocery store. Write giving full particulars, first letter, to J-3 Globe-Gazette. Autos for Sole 79 L O O K ! 1929 CHEV. COUPE $95 S R CHEV. CO, Inc. 1933 Royal 8 Sedan. Finish in black. Green wheels and stripe. 6 wheel equip, and trunk rack. Deluxe heater. Must be seen to be appreciated. TOM SUMMERHATS, INC. 120 N. Delaware LOOK! LOOK! 1936 CHEVROLET KOKUOR SEDAN SAVE $100 1936 CHEVROLET TRUNK MODEL FOROOR SEDAN S A V E .$100 1935 FORD TUDOR SEDAN CANNOT BE TOLD FROM A NEW CAR SAVE ALMOST $200 1935 PLYMOUTH DE LUXE FORDOR TRUNK MODEL SEDAN NOT A MARK ON IT ANY PLACE SAVE $225 BUY HERE WE C A R R Y OUR OWN CONTRACT 6% FINANCE PLAN LAPINER-MOTOR CO. DODGE--PLYMOUTH CARS AND SERVICE USED CARS AT BARGAIN PRICES -- 1034 Plymouth I)e Luxe Tudor -- 1!)S5 Chevrolet Master Tudor -- 19S5 La Fayette Tudor La Fayette Tudor Nash Standard Tudor -- 1935 -- 1932 -- 192R Chevrolet Sedan -- 1!I2S Oakland Sedan -- I92S Pontinc Sedan CERRO GORDO NASH COMPANY 11B S. Del. Open Evenings. Ph. fi36 The WINTERMART J50 USED CARS AT FAIR GROUNDS Salesmen There Evpry Bay Two Old Reliable Firms Definite and Dependable Guarantees WAGNER MOTOR CO. J. H. MARSTON Entrance -Tust West of Federal on Nineteenth Street FOR SALE OR TRADE--Sludebak- cr sedan, good shape for lot. 32t 1 S- W. Ph. 457. FOR SALE--1929 Pontiac coach. J. J. Wohler, 1 mi. no. sugar beet. RECONDITIONED GUARANTEED USED'CARS THAT REPRESENT REAL VALUES inSS Plymouth De Luxe Fonlor Sedan. 2 side mounts. M o h a i r np- holslery. Itlnn finish .$335 I!I33 Trrrapliine Special Coach. Black. Ext TO good. Only $345 1931 Buick 8-57 Sedan. Original hrown I'inish. Bedford cord upholstery. Only $8-15 Several good Model A'K and Chevro- lels · All priced to sell. WAGNER MOTOR CO. 202 1st S. E. IMione 922 Lodges and Societies I. 0. 0. f. LODGE NO. 22* : E. STATE PHONES JH4W-21««J Meeting every Tuesday 7:30 P. 1L E. S. LEAMAN, N. G, Y V A Y M A N CLOSSON RcC. Scc'y. 3467. A. F. CHURCH Kin. See'y. 2?74W. LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE MOOSE HALL--2ND AM) S. FEDEKAl Phono 1278 Meets first and third Tuesdays or each montn. Every 4th Tuesday Is ramlly night. IV. P. CHAMBERLAIN. Ola- tat or. 2510 S. Federal. WILLlAfo UROTH. Ecc'j. Phono 303SW. BKNKVOMSNCE LOIMJK NO. 145 A. F. AM) A. M.--7:311 1*. M. Rppcifil Benevolence Lndcc No. US Monday. .Inn. 13th. 7:nn p. m. I n s t a l l n t l n n of officers. A f t e r I n s t a l l a t i o n , social hour jititi refreshment*. JESS MATHEWM-AN, W. U. C. P, SHIPLEY, Secy. HARDING LOUUK NO. 04» .. F. mid A. M. 7:30 P. M. FRIDAY. JAN. 11 INSTALLATION OF OFFICERS. E V E R Y MEMBER URGED TO BE PRESENT. V I S I T O R S WELCOME. C. E. BRYANT, W. Id. C. C. HALPH1DE. Scc'L KOVAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA MOOSE HALL Camp meets 2nd and 4th Thursday, 7:30 P. M. Club meets 1st and 3rd Thursdays. 2 P. M. MARGARET JOHNSON. Oracle KAY BTUDWQRTH. RM. Phono 1372W JUKEN REBEKAH LODGE NO. 106 «- O. O. F. HALL--7:30 P. M. \ KeellnEs every first finii third Fridays nf m o n t h , P. N. d. A. meets first Thursday afternoon each month. MRS. STELLA WE1DA, N. G, 37133. KKS. WIN NUTTING, R. 8. S98W. MRS. R. E. KOLWINSKA. F. S. 14SSJ. LEGAL NOTICE JS'OTU'E OF THE A r f O I N T M K . V T OK ADMINISTRATRIX STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gor-io County, ss. No. -1779. NOTICE IS H E R E B Y GIVEN, that (h* H iwiPrs tenM has been duly appointed ami q u a l i f i e d as A d m i n i s t r a t r i x of tlie e s t n t c of Charles J. (C. J.) ·U'inlT. Deceased, lute of Ramsey County, Minnesota. A l l persons Indebted to said e s t a t e ai'ti renucsie'l in make immcdlait.' piiyment; and ilio.--e h a v i n g t l u l m * asainat t h e same w i l l present t h e m , d u l y nuUxjnticate.'I. tu t l i e uudei'Si^ncd fur a l l o w - ance, and ( l i e In the o f f i c e uf Hie Cleric of (he D i s t r i c t Court. T U Y R A E. WINTER. A d m l n i n l nilrix. 5 1 -1. Paul, Minnesota. R. f. Cloufih, Attorney. Dated Januiry 7 t h . ]fl;i6. S, H. MacPcaK, Clerk District Court. By--Margaret Hi ley, Deputy. Brownville Man Is H u r t in Fall at Osage Steps OSAGE, .Ian. 9.--George Nelson, proprietor of the general store at Brownville. fell as he was leaving the courthouse, hereabout 3 o'clock Wednesday afternoon, and broke the third vertebrae in his neck. He fell backwards and landed on the court- bouse porch on his neck. He is now in the Nissen hospital with his neck ill a cast. Grand opera in New York is a sell-out. The depression must be over. We may not feel exactly like singing 1 ourselves, but we have reached a point where we can stand it from others.--Xe\v York Sun. INDIVIDUALS AND BUSINESSES HAVE LIQUOR PERMITS All Retail Trade in Iowa Is Supposed to Be Done By State. By GKOKGK MILLS (Imvii Daily Press Bureau) DBS MO1N15S, J:m. 9.--Liquor is supposed to be sold only in state stores, but 4-15 Iowa business establishments or individuals have paid the federal government $25 apiece for the privilege at "serving it over the counter" if they so desire. Examination of federal records here today revealed that taverns, inns, restaurants, fraternal organizations, clubs, hotels, billiard parlors, drug stores, and even grocery stores and service stations in all parts of Iowa have paid the special tax which the United States government levies on retail liquor dealers. In addition to the 445 private "RLDs" (Retail Liquor Dealer) on record here are the 120 registrations of the state operated stores. The Iowa liquor control commission also is required by federal law to pay ?25 tax for each store each year. Unlawful Under Act. | Section throe of the Iowa liquor control act makes it u n l a w f u l to ". . . sell, offer or keep for sale, possess and-or transport vinous, fermented, spirituous or alcoholic liquor, except beer" except under the terms of the statute. The act goes on to limit a,ll vctnil and wholesale liquor activities in the state to the control and jurisdiction of the liquor commission. The federal government levies two types of tax in connection with the sale of liquor or beer at retail. A beer tax ot $20 classifies the applicant as a "Retail Dealer in Fermented Malt Liquor." More than 6,000 of these are current in Iowa, The !25 "RLD" tax is levied for each fiscal year "for those who sell wine or whisky or other distilled spirits whether or not they also sell beer and other fermented malt liquors." The quotation is from U. S. treasury rules appearing over the signature of Guy T. Helvering, commissioner of internal revenue. 98 at Davenport. Davenport has 98 "RLD'S" in force in addition to the state store at the present time, the records re- I veal. Sioux City is second with 64, ' Des Moines third with 54. Asked what use the commission might make of the list, Henry J. Roelofs, special assistant attorney general assigned to the commission, said the matter would be considered today in a state law enforcement conference scheduled to be held in the office of Attorney General E. L. O'Connor. Roelofs pointed out, however, that it is the duty of the county attorney in each county to enforce the liquor control act in his territory. Section 87 of the act quoted by the assistant attorney general, goes on to say: Include Local Officers. "As supplementary aids to such attorney, the sheriff and his deputies and the police d e p a r t m e n t of every city, this to i n c l u d e the day a n d ' n i g h t marshal of every incorporated tow". "Any neglect or misfeasance, or malfeasance shown by any peace officer included in this section will be sufficient cause lor his removal Roelofs also pointed out that some operators of d r u g stores are u n d e r the m i s t a k e n impression that they must have "RLDs" to be permitted to use liquor in prescriptions. The list may have been swelled somewhat by this unwarranted belief, he said. Fe\v in North Iowa. B. F. Wilson, investigator in charge of the federal alcohol tax u n i t in Iowa, said his department limits its activity to illicit liquor traffic involving ' federal violations only. If the Owner of a beer shack selling hard liquor has paid the RLD tax. he said, federal agents cannot interfere even though the state law is being violated. Only a few permits were issued to North lowans in the Mason Citv area. They were to G. C. Cook at Bclmond. Bertha Brown at Clarion, and V. G. Pohle at Osage. Other towns with a large number of permit holders were Kcokuk and Muscatine with 16 each, Ottumwa with 15. Lc Mars with 11, Fort Madison with 12, Clinton with 20, Burlington 17, Dubuque 10 and Cedar Rapids 6. Fort Dodge has l and Council Bluffs and Waterloo 2 each. Henry Miller Dies at Dumont; Funeral Will Be Conducted Saturday DUMONT. Jan. 9.--Henry Miller. 69. who suffered a. lingering illness, died Wednesday afternoon at his home. Funeral services will be Saturday afternoon at 12:30 at the home and 1:30 at t h e Gentian Reform church, the Rev. Albert Lin- ncman in charge. He was born in Germany Oct. 26, 1S66, and came to Ackley in 1900. later living 5 miles southwest of Dumont u n t i l moving here 14 years ago. His first wife died in 1923. Surviving are his second wife. 7 children, Mrs. George Kielman and Mrs. Folkert Kielman of Bristow. Mrs. Kate Glass of Dubuque. four sons. Claude of Dumont, Heinle of Ackley. H e r m a n of Bristow and Henry D. of Greene. of nations when the "Nansen office." now handling the refugee problem, ceases to exist in 1938. Duty of States. The committee's report declared it to be the d u t y of the several state. 1 ? to assist countries heavily burdened because of refugees, and to help insure gradual re-absorption of refugees to prevent the problem from taking a more acute form. "Refugees from Germany have no ! international juridical status," the roport said. "This situation should be remedied without delay." The controversy over the question of how to care for refugees from the third reich revived with McDonald's announcement at New York Dec. 19 of his resignation as the league of nations high commissioner for refugees from Germany. Until Resignation. McDonald served from Oct. 26, 1933. until his resignation in "re-, training, reconstruction and resettlement" of refugees from Germany; He traveled widely through Europe and South America to arrange with various governments for rehabilitation of refugees. In a public report, he said some "0,000 Jews from Germany had found shelter in Palestine, but that most of the refugees had settled in France. In his resignation announcement,. McDonald urged Geneva to act against "persecution" of Jews in the reich. Johnson Is Re-Elected President of Creamery Group in New Hampton NBW HAMPTON, Jan. 9.--George F. Johnson was re-elected president oC the New Hampton Farmers Creamery association at the annual meeting: here Wednesday. John Snydcr was elected director. Other directors are J. W. Wcigel and A, C. Blatti. The board of directors reelected J. F. Babcock, secretary and Walter J. Kennedy, treasurer. The report for the year showed sales totaling- JS0.88S.97. During- the year 287,877 pounds of butter was manufactured at a cost of $.0181 a pound. The average price paid for the 231,421 pounds of butterfat during- the year was 31.9 cents. COME IN AND SEE THE OLIVER ROW-CROP '70' EPDIPMENTw* SUPPLY Statement of the condition or FARMERS' SAVINGS BANK Series of Burglaries j at Waterloo Solved: WATERLOO, Jan. 9. .T--A ser- '. ies of 12 or more house burglaries ; extending back to Nov. 5, 1934, was solved with the arrest of two youths, James N. Ormorri, 17. and Dewitt Cook. 16, both, of Waterloo, Police Chief Hugh C'rumrine announced to- j day. j Both boys signed written affidavits admitting the 12 burglaries | at 4 o'clock this morning', the chief said. ANNOUNCE PLAN TO AID REFUGEES League Urges Emigration of j German Jews to South America, Palestine. GENEVA, j an . 9. en--Concrete plans for caring permanently for Jewish refugees from Germany and Russian refugees were announced today by the league of nations. A special committee for international assistance for refugees recommended that nn outstanding personality be appointed to insure con- t i n u i t y of the work of-the high commission for refugees from Germany, whose chairman, .lames G, McDonald, resigned recently. The special committee also urged the summoning of an Inter-governmental conference to establish a general system for legal protection for refugees from Germany. Suggest Emigration. The committee also suggested facilitation of emigration of German refugees to regions like Palestine and South America. As a permanent measure, the committee proposed creation of a commission, consisting- of representatives of various governments. Jewish and non-Jewish groups, to h a n d l e the problem of Jewish refugees. This commission would become an organized under the laws of Iowa, located at Rock Falls, in the County autonomous body under the league ' of Cerro Gordo, at the close of business on the 31st day of December, A. D. 1935. j RESOURCES I Loans and Discounts. Bonds and Securities .? g3.04S.23 · Overdrafts 1.10 Banking House 2.."iOO.On F u r n i t u r e and Fixtures 2.000.00 -l.500.no Other real estate cwnod 1 ,SOO. n O Due from banks and bankers, ca^h and ca?h items 19.R14.3fl ! Other assets 333.50 ] USED MACHINERY BARGAINS Used Formal! Tractors. Rebuilt to look and run like, new. Cheap at from $475 on up. John Deere G-P Tractor. In fine shape, $375. ]5-SO MK'ormick Peering Tractor. In pood shape. This is a real buy at only $235. 12-24 Hart-Parr Tractor. In first class shape. Cheap at $273. (·J.) 10-20 McConnicii Deering Tractors. All rebuilt to he just as eoocl as new. Your choice, S400. F-12 Farmall Tractor and Cultivator. Can't tell it from n new one. Discount of §200. WK H A V E MOST E V K R V KI.VT1 OF rs(-:n MACHI.N'KKV THAT vou W A N T AT O I K V A R I I AT CLEAR L A K E ! We also have about 20 head of good horses that are well worth the mon- ev at our barn in Clear Lake! TKRMS W I L L BK MAI1F. To KES f O N S I K L K r A R T I K S O.V A M OF THIS rriOITKTV O R W I L L T R A D K WITH VOL" A.VV TIME: Also have several good used trucks that we w i l l sell very reasonable, or will trade on Ihpm'. Can be seen at Clear Lake anytime. MASON CITY IMPLEMENT CO. 22 Sixth St. S. E. I'hone 462 CLEAR LAKE GRAIN CO. Phone. 23 Total Resources LIABILITIES Capital Stock (Common SlO.OOO.OOl ? in.000.00 Surplus fund 2.000.0(1 Undivided profits ( f l f t e r deducting e.xpensesi .. 1.0R3.42 Individual deposits subject to check 58.257.14 Savings deposits . . . . ' . fi.fi 1.1.-)fi Time certificates of deposit 31.50S.20 5109.494.22 12.000.00 a.OSa.42 96.40S.SO S109.4.94..22 Total Liabilities STATE OF IOWA. Cerro Gordo County, as. We, Val Bliem. President; Ernest Stebens. Vice President; R. V. Wilkinson. Cashier, of the bank above named, do solemnly swear tha.t the foregoing statement is full, tme and correct, to the best of our knowledge and belief. VAL BL1F.M, President. ( S E A L ) ERNEST STEBKNS. Vire President R. V. WILKINSON. Cashier. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence by Vnl Rliem. Ernest Stebens and R. V. Wilkinson, this 9th day of J a n u a r y . lf!36. F.RXA I. H A N S E N 1 Sea] i Attested by Notary Public in and for Cerro Gordo County, Iowa R. H. HAN'SEN. L. C. ELIEM. Directors. SALES P A V I L I O N Clear Lake, Iowa SATURDAY, J A N U A R Y 11, '36 Beginning at I :00 P. M. 60 - HEAD OF HORSES 60 1 team 2 year old roan mares; 1 N-ani hrown grldinirs, wt. 3000; 1 team black and brown geldings, wt. 3200; I team hay mares in foal. wt. 3(100; 1 team sorrel geldings, wt. 2800; 1 team lro»-n geldings, wt. 2600; I t f u m black and hay niarp and gelding, \vt. 24-30; I hay m a r e and colt; I bay horse .1 years old, wt. JSOO; 1 team black geldings, wt. 3000; 1 team 1 year old bav colts; .1 2 year old blue roan mare. wt. loOO; I toam hucKskin horses, wt. 2800; 40 horses of nil kinds, colors and wights. Our lineup is the best we have offered this year. If you need horses he here: We I n v i t e You to Attend Our Sales. Anyone Having Machinery or Miscellaneous Articles for Sale, Bring in Saturday. Clear Lake, Iowa Phone 614

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