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FEBRUARY 12 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE rjT\ -I * -j ~ *~~ ~ - ---- ·---- -- ~ NINETEEN lake Advantaige_oMhe_SDedalJ^Ttt. Ad Offers for Dollar Day Onlv *Z2L*1TML* .... Swap Service. 38 Livestock for Sale 52 Autos far 5J.1, 7 ~ ~ Classified Advertising Information Fifteen cents a line first insertion. Ten cents a line for *a.cb consecutive aub- spfjuent Insertion. (Count five average worda to th« line.) Seven insertions ate given ten ttae price of nix. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ADVERTISING 70 cenla per column Inch each Insertion. A discount of 15 per cent wlH be allowed on all classified advertisements paid for at tho ttraa of [nsrtlon or not later than fi day a thereafter. All out-of-towns ada are payaole In ad- van Cfr. All refunds on Want Ads must be called (or within 30 days of the cancellation date of the order. Answer to "blind" advertisements - muet be addressed to the letter stated In the ad, '·,,uare at the Globo-Gazette, Under no clr- \timatancea will the Globa-Gazette reveal the Jtama of those Inserting ''Wlnii 11 advettlse- :?Mlnimura charge lor alngl advertisement, ·ij cea'a. { PHONE S800 -between 8 a. m. and 6 p. m. and aak for / the Ad Taker. Money to Loan ToTNs" on FURNITURE, AUTOMOBILES, DIAMONDS AND OTHKK PERSONAL PROPERTY made promptly anywhere In North Central Iowa. Call, phone or write for free Information. C. L. Pine Loan Company Phone 224 204 vVeir Bldg. Diagonally Opposite The First National Bank "Large enough to serve you; small enough to know you." INDEX TO CLASSIFIED Classifications are numbered according to the position in which they appear In tbo section. Agents Apts. for Rent 36 Instruction .. 45 Insurance ... Investment .. In Memoriam 7 82 Auto Accessories Autos lor Sale .. 79 Job Println E Auto storaga ...A79 Laundries Auto Trucks ... So Auto Repairing . si Beauty Parlors . 18 Board, Room ... i9 Bltig. Materials . 43 Business I. o c at/on Business Opportunity C a f e s , Restau rants Card of Thanks Chiropodists .... Chiropractors ... 34 Cleaners. Dj-cn . 18 Cottages A10 Death Notices .. 1 Dogs. Birds, Pets B3 Educational Op- portunlttca ... 40 , 3D . 11 . 10 .A 2 . 20 Livestock for Bale 52 location Wanted 65 Lost and Found 6 49 Lots for Sale ... 48 43 Machinery r4 Milk 2?. 37 lllse. for Sale .. 55 Misc. lor Rent .. 5G 29 Money to Loan 8 Mortgages . A Friendly LOAN SERVICE UP TO 5300 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 confi- *itia!. We have served Maaon City borrowers for many years. We have built on friendly service. Let us help you. United Financial Service F. M. HUMPHREY, Mgr. S First St. N. W. First Dflor West of Adams Drug. Phone 1414 SWAP Bayside lot for what have you? Write JJ-10, Globe-Gazette. Three times or less offering a "SWAP" costs nothing. The tid 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. Regular rates will be charged for every line over 3 lines, besides 10 cents for each answer. Sale or Trade ASS FOR SALE OR TRADE Olds coach and sedan, '26; Chev. roadster, '27; Chev. truck, '28; Farmall tractor. Smith Bros. Tire and Battery, Clear Lake. Trade or Exchange 42 TRADE Your land for income. Wanted 40, 80 or 120 acres within 3 miles of Mason City Tor good income property. See J. B. Youngblood. Ph. 36. TRADE--Vacant lot and '26 Chrysler sedan for carpenter work. Pb 1221 after 4 p. m. TRADE--Indian Chief motorcycle for any make car. 209 16th N. W. AUTOMOBILE LOANS IF YOU NEED ftlONEY-- REFINANCE YOTJIl CAR! We will pay off your present contract, advance you more money and cut your payments down. Furniture Loans Also Made Phone 737 or Come In HOSIE LOAN FINANCE CO. 2nd Floor I.O.F. Bldg. Beauty Parlors 16 PERMANENT waves $1.00 to $3. Sha_-npoo and finger wave GOc. Ph. 3011, caU for Lo Moderne An- 17 Monuments ...:.A 4 2 Moving, Storage 23 --... uv-.^, *^*u AVT uo in S i*ZSS£ sTocx:: S? TM*- »«* N. Fe d. AV C . 10 Offices for Renl "" Office Equipt. Oateopaths Painting, Decor. Personals Photographers Electrical Servico 61 Plumbing, Ht. . Employment fier- Poultry, Egsu .. vice A30 Radio supplies .. Farms for Sale . 50 Real f.itot« Wtd. Farms tor Kent .A50 Rooms for Rent Farm Machinery 51 Florists ........ 4 * Fooda A53 3PuneraJ Directors Jura __ Garag* (or Rent 88 Garage for Sale 69 Cardenj ... Help w a n t e d With Inv 30 Help W a n t e- d, Female 31 Help W a n t e d , Male S3 Help W a n t e d , Male, Female. .A3fl Hide. Wool. Fun 78 Household GooclB 73 Houses for Sale 47 Houses for Rent 46 Sal« or Trade Sale or Rent Salesladies .. 3 Salefimen .... IS Seeds, Fe«d Serv. Offered Situation Wtd. Stainpa, Coins GO Stationery Stocks 30 Summer Cottages Swap Service 61! 61 15 24 5 25 20 74 27 SG 44 .A38 .A47 . 31 . 2S .A33 . 33 .A74 . 71 72 67 38 Travel Bureau ..A Trade or Exch. . 4 Upholcterlnu 5 Wtd. to Borrow 7 Wtd. to Buy ... 7 t Wtd.. Mlsc A75 Wtd. to Rent .. 76 Wearing Apparel 70 Painting, Decorating 24 RMS. Papered S2. Ph. 2119W. Hyde. Business Opportunities 29 FOIt SALE--Cheap. Complete barber fixtures. Also first class soda fountain. Cush or terms. In«. Hlth Life Pool Hall. 107 S; Fed. Rooms for Rent 44 FOR RENT--Hskgr. rms. 207 6 NE. FOR RENT--Lthskpg. room Mtchenet, close in. Ph. 2201. and FOR RENT--1, 2 or 3 f u r n . or un- furn. rooms. 225 3rd St. N. E. FOR RENT--Furn. rm., close in. 211 3 N. W. FOR RENT--Furn. rms. 1831LW, FOR RENT--2 furn. light hshpg. rms. ivith garage. Ph. 112!). Apts. for Rent 45 FOR RENT--I rm. mod. apt. 388. FOR SALE--35 feeder pigs. Joe Duggan, Rockwell, Iowa. COMBINATION SALE SATURDAY, FEB. 11 ixt George Fillcmvnrth Burn, ono o'clock P. M., Britt, Iowa. 25 good work horses. KOIIRBACH t O'HOUKKE Managers. Highest Value! FOB SALE--Good work horses. Wo have most nny kind of a horse that you might mint. Clear Lake Grain Co. FOR SALE--Bred gilts, market price. II. R. Brin, Rt. 3, city. FOR SALE--25 choice, bred Shropshire ewes. R. V, Wilkinson, Rock Falls, Iowa. Dogs, Birds, Pets 53 FOR SALE--Fit bull pupa 13 weeks females $3.50. K. H. Stewart, Belmond, Iowa, route 2. PCJR SALE--Terrier pups 13U S Del. Ph. 2465. FOR SALE--Fed. Springer Spaniel pups, cheap. 2008',. S. Federal. Misc. for Sale 55 FOR SALE--Store fixtures, show cases, counters, tables, acc't. reg., add. mach.. safe, cash reg., scale, check writers, other items. Paul E. Artz, Nora Springs. GOOD CLEAN COAL Fnir Prices Just Try One Ton ALLISON COAL Phone 431 CARS Lowest Prices 1930 Ford Town Sedan (clean) S Clean Dodge l"anel (quick sale) s , 1820 Ford Cp. Huns fine SIS 1830 Ford Do Cp. (Ex. clean) .... ^'1930 Chev. Cp. Heater, nu'w'iu """ cense ja; Willys-Knight Sedan (see this one) 51; COMPLETE SERVICE Yon will find our service ilcpur nient the most complete In Masn City. Gas, Oil, Tires, Tubes, Battery Sor vice, Washing, Greasing, Body, Fen der nnd Mechanical Repair nt Itea sonnble prices. Give us a trial on any automobil need for any car, WAGNER MOTOR CO FORD SALES 111 1st S. E. Oip. Old I'. C H H USED CAR CENTS No wonder so many people when yon islc them to bii a good used c:ir, iromw h:ic a t ' y o u like this: Oh, yoi can never sell m ( otic." Voi know wliut look place, h happened to he u victim o ono of those curs with t h speedometer sot buck ·!(), 000 miles. "You loll 'em. There is u reason. HUPMOBILE SALES 'j SERVICE VH. -IRi 1 block north and y t cas of Hotel Hartford FOR RENT--Furn. 3 rm. apt., pri. bath, no children. 420 9 N. W. FOR KENT Choice down town front 3 room apnrtment over I G A. Corner, B windows, private hall and entrance. City heat' etc. Furnished. ADULTS ONLV FOR RENT rms., bath. Desirable furn. apt, 3 Pri. ent. 122 N. Mad. Help Wanted, female 31 WANTED--Dependable country girl to do housework on farm. Two in family. Pleasant home. Write w E. Wardall, Northwood, Iowa. Funeral Directors 3 MEYER FUNERAL HOME---Dependable service. 243 Fifth street S. E. Ph. 1505. PATTERSON FUNERAL HOME-A service for those who cire. Ambulance. 322 N. Wash. Ph. 1140. WANTED-- Exp. hskpr. In country. References required. Write H-9 Globe-Gazette. KIRK APIS. Unuanal opportunity. Newly remodeled and redecorated 5 room first floor apartment. All outside rooms, outside entrances. Special electrical and service features. PHONE 111 HEAVY MATS SIZE 18i/jX2l ZcEACH The Dry Mats are excellent for lining garages, chicken houses, coal bins, cellars, cabin walla, weathcrhoarding, sound proofing or insulation. Not suited for outside surfacing or drawing uae. We have over SOO which may be bought for only 2 cents each. Call Business Office. Globe-Gazette. FDR SALE, Rawleigh products. S68J FOK SALE--Scandla egg 57. Ph. 409. Delivered price. City scale weight. Home Town Gas, Oil and Coal Co. Help Wanted, Male 32 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 aa in sorrow, flowers best express your sentlmenta. Strictly fresh homegrown stock. Kembles. Ph. 55. Monuments A4 MARK every grave with a monument from Mason City Cut Stone and Mon't Co., S04 N. Monroe 7S3 IF YOU Want to get your groceries and household supplies at wholesale, and a wonderful chance to make 532.50 a week besides, send me your name immediately. No experience necessary. New Ford ae- dn n given to producers. · Albert Mills, 3352 Monmouth, Cincinnati, o. FOR RENT--Unfurn. 5 rm. and bath apt. 3-fO S. Perm.. Ph. 2151. FOR RENT -- Furn. apt. 712 N. Mad. FOR SALE--Wood, S3.25. Ph. -1013. Houses lor Rent 461 FOR RENT-- Large house suitable for two families at 1432 No. Wash. Beck Bros. Co., Phone 134. OLD esablisheci manufacturer will give the right man, without any investment, exclusive rights in his community for a high grade patented article. A needed article without competition in price and quality. Hall Manufacturing Co., Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Personals ATHENS Cafe, 6th S. W. Free dance Wed., Sat. night. Beer sold. SPENCER Corsets, light weight, economical, designed for the woman who is to wear it. Ph. 3856. Lost and Pound LOST--Clear Lake vicinity: BIH- fold, some money nnd valuable papers. Reward. Globe-Gazette, Clear Lake. LOST--Lady's chromium oblong wrist watcn ty St. Joseph's church Sunday. Ph. 1286. Reward. LOST --Black Florshelm oxford. Leave at Globe-Gazette or Phone 3800. Reward. Money to Loan 8 MONEY TO LOAN on improved Mason City real estate. E. W. CLARK CO. DO roc NEED MONEY? ?40 £50 $ 10 o $200 KUKN1TTOE LOANS SALARY LOANS AUTO LOANS DIASIOND LOANS SECURITY LOAN CO. 321 1st Nat'I Bldjr. Ph. 412 STEADY WORK-- Good pay. Reliable man wanted to call on farmers in Cerro Gordo county. No experience or capital needed. Write today. McNess Co., Dept. B Freeport, 111. Services Offered A3 3 ROOFS repaired. Phone 3830. FOR RENT--$30, 5 rm. hse., in Grand View; $2a, 5 rm. oak finish and floors, bung, in s. E. section. We are glad to show them. W. L. Fatten, 109 East State. FOR RENT-- 2 rm. hse. 121 4 SW. FOR RENT -- ! rm. bung., partly mod., with garage. Sam. Raizes. FOR RENT-- 6 rm. house; lights, gas, ' water, toilet, full lot, $16. Ph. 115. First Class Second Hand BATTERIES In perfect condition. Guaranteed, LINDQUIST'S 'GOOD WILL USED CARS With 1934 License Paid 19SO Pontiac 2 door Sedan .. J2G 1930 Graham 4-door Sednn .. $27, 1920 Essex Coupe. Riimhle seat i? 1929 Pontiac. 2-door Sedim. Early series $ 1028 Poutlac 4-door Sedan .. $17; Johii Gallagher Poiitlae Motor Curs Service 25-27 2nd S. E. Phone 150" Opcn Evenings and Sundays FOR SALE--1930 Chev. Coach. Pri vale, dish or trade. Also 1!)3( Chev. Cottjie chenn. Phone !t-lft2\V Victory Dodge Sedan. I'ft '27 Sludcljulcer Sell. U'r'gn '30 Whippet Coupe. Clean '29 Pontiac Rd. Lllcu new '32 Plymouth Sedan, 1'ft '2U Buick Sedan. Ex. good Many others. Liberal terms J. H. MAKSION !/S Bile. E. of Hnnford Ilote Auto Trucks 80 620 S. Federal Phone 831 Offices for Rent 63 FOR RENT-- 3 rm. bouse, furn. or unfurn. in N. part of city. Ph. 301, RENT YOUR HOME from Briar List your property with Briar Buy a home from Briar. Ph. 3-114. Salesmen 35 MEN Wanted for Rawleigh routes of SOO families in cities of Clear Lake, Garner and Nora Springs. Reliable hustler snould start earning ·?25 weekly and increase rapidly! Write immediately. Rawleigh Co Dept. IA.-54-S, Freeport, 111. SALESMEN--New line ready. Sell dealers and manufacturers easy selling- calendars, novelties, signs ice supplies. Tremendous demand now. We pay daily. Mail, repeat orders credited. Bonus, prizes. Write immediately. Harrison Co., estab- llshefl 1892, Un'on City. Intl. Business Location 37 FOR RENT--Desirable busineas location, 12x60 at 16 1st St. S. E. Rent very reasonable. Write J. G Craven, 400 Lincoln court, Des Moinea, lown. Houses for Sale 47 FOR SALE--A few nice homes in Forest Park. Buy now nnd make money--higher prices nro coming. M. M. Moen Co. Phone 8S7. FOR SALE--7 rm. mod. house 416 _ 5 S. E. Call 1681LJ or 68. Farms tor Sale 50 FOR SALE--10 acre and 2i/ 2 acre ' tracts, both well Improved. E. H. Kich, Rogers Hotel, Clear Lake. FOR RENT Desirable suite of front office rooms. Good light, heat furnished. Reasonable rental. Possession immediately. Inquire Business Manager FOR SALE--International l ton truck, in good running cond., ?85. International Motor Trucks. Ph. 20. Globe-Gazette Phono 3800 Household Goods 73 FOR SALE--Living room suite, elec. washer, mnngle, radio, beds springs, oak range. 1-108 N. Fed. FOIt SALE Yonlh's Jicd and Springs 55. 312 North Hampshire nnd 3rd Northeast. Wanted to Buy 75 WANTED--To buy light coach or coupe below $75. Write Z-12 Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Used furn., stoves and rugs. Graham 2nd hand store, next to Strand theater. Ph. 301. FOR SALE--Cheap. JOB acres of good level black land. Every foot can he put under the plow. Price $25 per acre. This is a real buy. Geo. P. Newman, Clear Lake, Iowa. FOR FARM--Bargains see T. W. Gilpin, Northwood, Iowa. Swap Service 38 3WAP SO acres unimp. land near Grand Rapids, Minn., for anything-. Write KK-12, Globe-Gazette CHARACTER LOANS, 8 per cent discount, easy payments. H. E. Swamer, 307% N. Fed. Ph. 177. SWAP 10 tube twin speaker, 1933 Apex radio console for car. Write RR-12, Globe-Gazette. SWAP Dairy heifers for fresh cow or springer. Write WW-12, Globe- Gazette. SWAP Carpenter work for cheap car. Write UU-10, Giobe-Qaiette. Farms for Rent A50 FOR RF,N'T--An excellent 10 acres joining Clear Lnke. Cash in advance, $250. Freeman Kenyan, Clear finite, Iowa. HIGHEST cash prices paid for old gold watch cases, dental scrap. Blanchard's Jewelry. WANTED--Enamel Range, coal Or wood. Describe price, location. Calla Knapp, Dougherty, Iowa. WE Will buy your used car. for cash. No delay. Lam'ner Motor Co. Farm Machinery 51 FOR SALE--Worth thn money. 1020 McCnrmack-Deering tractor, used only 2 years. Kims and loolis like new. Will horses in on it. Company. take n team of Clear Lake Grain Livestock for Sale 52 FOR SALE -- I . 1BOO. W. to. Iliird, (i miles north nt Clear Lake Creamerv, Fertile phone. Wanted to Rent 76 WANTKirTO 7 RENT-- FaTnT'oTTo to I BO acres. H. A. Benl, Nora Springs, Iowa. Route J, a miles east Rock Falls. WANTED--To rent or buy an Improved acreage near Mason City or Clear Lake. Write R-12, Globe- Gazette. Autos for Sale 79 FOR SALE" ~" 1933 Cliev. 2-door Sedan. Rubber practically new. A-l shape. Will trade or sell for cash. Can be financed with down payment and small monthly payments -USB FOR SALE--1D31 Chev. coach, low mileage. Very popular model *325. S. R. Chev. Co,, Inc. FINGERPRINTS ON BEER BOTTLE Banghart and Costner Held on Kidnaping, Highway Robbery Charges. BALTIMORE, Feb. 12. (/P)-Fingerprints on a beer bottle reached out today Lo snatch two long hunted men to prison. Tlie prints, police said, are those of Basil Banghart--"the Owl"--and Isaac Costner, arrested here yesterday and wanted for kidnaping and highway robbery. Banghart is regarded as one of America's cleverest criminals; a Carolina mountaineer with a trajl of arrests and indictments stretching from the Carolinas to Chicago He in wanted In Chicago as a member of the notorious Touhy gang in connection with the kidnaping of John (Jake the Barhei-) Fnctor Mail Truck Robbed The beer bottle fingerprints, however, reached for him today not from Chicago but from Charlotte N. Car., where on last Nov. 15 a mail truck was robbed of $105 000 At an apartment in Charlotte where the mail robbers lived a bottle was found. On it were the fingerprints or Banghart and Costner and of tsvo other men, Charles (Ice) Connors and Ludwig (Dutch) Schmidt. The capture of "the Owl" ant! Costner was called an "excellent bit of detective work" by federal men It was the climax of a pursuit that extended over mnny states Banghart, Costner and two women-- one of whom said she was a sister-in-law of Roger Touhy the Chicago "public enemy--were seized at an apartment house. In Separate Jails. The quartet were held 125 QUALIFY FOR PIONEER BOY AND Y SWIM AWARDS Bob Rampton Highest Rank in Club Activities at Honor Program. One hundred twenty-five boys qualified for awards in Pioneer clubs ana swimming cluba nt the V. M. C. A. boys, receiving their honors at a program at 7 o'clock Monday night in the Y, M. C. A., have passed certain tests and requirements to obtain the various rankings. Bob Hampton qualified for the highest award, a "Y" on a pm-ple background. One hundred nine other boys fulfilled requirement's for other Pioneer awards and 13 for swimming- awards. Others Meet ]{oi|iilmiicut.H. Others who qualified for pioneer club awards were: Green background -- Glen Buchanan, Earl Crabb, Harold TtiUiill Billy Williams. White service bar--Bob Buchanan, Max Degan, Strobell Hosteller, George Swaroff, Junior Waggoner' Richard Clausen, Earl Fladnesa. Purple "Y"--Roy Ateyers. Yellow Background--Sam Krwin Eddie Jimnez. ' Blue Background--Bob Brisbane Clarke Gage, Irwin Zorn. For Service Ilnrs. Red Service Bar--Harry Booi stra, Kenneth Clausen, la'n Eber Mai-sail Forshee, Glcjin Fessenden Clark Jordan, George Johnson Keneth Kilby. Green "Y"_AVilli Q Bracklin, Lew is Cummings, Lester Moon, Mmiric Cooper. HnroW Peterson, Gcorg White background--Warren Ad kins, Roger Grupp, Lewis Hicknuu Charles Kirk, Dwayne Miller, Bi Stoakes, Lawrence Tanner, Kc'nnet Beckman, Earl Lcamen, Paul Clan sen. Ked background--Virgil Ann-el Wayne Anderson, Charles JBarr Warren Cunningham, Albert Case Leland Debolt, Gale Fox, J 0 h; Madden, Harvey McDougle, Gordoi McDougle, Cecil Schultz, Archi Simmons, Robert Wallace, Bob Wai ace. Vincent Mulbert. Marwin Ford, Bill Benson, Warner Blewett llarcnce Clausen, Gilbert chinn Melvin Ealy, Richard Luse, Harok Miner, Robert Peterson, Lloyd Pe tors, Curtis Sltoglnnd. Riclmr Xerbner, Harvey Wynn, John Wai ace. Badges Arc Included. Badge pioneer--Dan-ell Anderson Warren Brown, Earl Clare, Kdgu Cabbefl, LeRoy Crawford, Carj-o] Dougan, Gilbert Duscheck, Jewel Duscheck, Howard Goodwin, DonaU ·3rccnicr, Dale Howard, Juuioi lobbs, Joe Jiminez, Lctcrence Kline fobn Kelley, Lloyd Keller. Thcoilort Thornblade, Richard Kelley, Gus Ka- ·ars, John Logue, Maynard Laniar Juane Law, Donald Atari-is, Lewis rariele, Mike Musltovltch Maurice rason. Leonard Plants, John Relnti felwn Robinson, Francos Reardon Charles Sorlein, Boyd Sclnesel Clayton Schic.iel, Wayne W h i t e Minnow club awards--Boh Brls- atie, Dale Fo.x, Dunne Law, Dick jirhng, Glenn Fessenclon. Armin vobler, Lawrence Obcrlicar I3ob Vbel, Earl- Fladncss, Stanley nipp, Howard May, Albert Cn.ic lark Jordan, Robert Reublin Rtch- rd Browning. U. S. in Taxes on Liquor by lowans lalxs-ttiiwittc Washington l!,irr-a,,. WASHINGTON--Iowa paid Uncle am Sl,-53,058.2! In liquor taxes in 933. Of this total. fl3S,.19S,!)0 was lid by brewers, and wholesale and etail dealers in fermented malt li( lor.s; -5I0.2RO was paid by ,-octifi- I Qrs, and wholesale and retail liquor dealers; S19B.72 was paid on production of distilled spirits and Jfi 2-5 on rectification of distilled spirits i . . _ _ -- ,,«,.i, jjiiin in corn- municado today in separate jails for Investigation by the department of jii3tice." Chicago authorities also wired asking they be held under fugitive warrants until Illinois officers can arrive. In one of the apartments police found two submachine guns, two repeating shotguns, a rifle, seven pistols of various types, and a large supply of ammunition. Neatly done up in packages was $12,495 in ?5 bills, other money was found in the two apartments. Yeah, it is a pitiable spectacle Hundreds and hundreds of expert fence st.raddiers in congress and not a fence to straddle.--Fort Worth IStnr-Telcgrnm. SENT TO SENATE Increased Vets Aid Will Be Added to Appropriations on Floor. WASHINGTON, Feb 32 fp)-- The independent offices appropriations bill wa.s favorably reported today by the senate appropriations committee without provision for increased veterans compensation, hut with the understan " . . --- --' *-..T.(*,iding it would be offered on the senate floor. The full committee approved the new administration plan for rcstor- atjon of one-third of the cut pay of federal employes as of Feb. I, nnd one-third more on July l, Admini.Ttration leaders have announced that when the bill reaches thn floor Senator Byrnes (D-S.Car.) will offer amendments to write into the law President Roosevelt's recent executive orders liberalizing veterans benefits and also to put all service presumptive cases hack on the rolls pending action by the appeals board at Washington, Byrnes said he also wns authorized by the committee to offer an amendment to the bill adding $21,000,000 to carry ou( t h e executive! order's. GLOBE-GAZETTE'S DAILY CROSS WORD PUZZLE I a n d 7 13--Moln I I -- M u s i c a l Iftnn 15--A child's t;;iim. "--Trap I S -- A m i n u l - n ---Feminine p r o n o u n -3--RoofUlif i n n t c r i a l 2i--Kxjilosivo -''---A *eetl VCNSO! - 7 ---A male sheep .'10--I 1 ron on n : ( t ~ K l n l j 32--A parsley plum 3 -- C o n l l n o m ( n t l r ) ^5---Unusual or rare 17--Expensive M--Two-wheeled veliide ·O-- Daub 12--Pen point ·1:1--liiulroty 11-- Ttmt is ·15--'Portuguese coin 17--Of (French) 48--Confederate penorul t!i--ManmuKfc Csymtiol) .10--Wisp nr h u l r [Scol l 52--llerorc 5-1--I 1 o.s!ieMHlve p r u n o u n 5 5 -- M u f j i c u l note fili--Sun KoJ "18--Tree lluiil 60--rroctfJiKnis 62--To sniili i3--An niloi 60--Affray ' B»--VnnofS T O ^ l M l l U-way DOWN ^--A b i r i l ^ -- I r i c l l u r n ' [HliHi ^ ·I--Town nl S--Trailer's m e n M u n V--Sit n s t r i t l e of S--Tn sprcafl ^ -- K \ ' i u e s s i n « pr'escnt existence 1 0 -- A b b r e v i a t i o n f o r t o w n y l i l p . *.\--One who creutes n n enla ostnle -·5--RlBhl (abbr.) - t -- S t r u c t u r e s -C--On* who looks on t h u u-u flEde of t h i n g s 27--Him sot] -S--ConiuiH'tiou M--External a p p e u m n i f J3--l'oi-u\ ot si\y ^ i -- R i n t l l l I n n c e W -- G a i e t y U--Perils^ -1*1--Japanese 3tnl.ininn fi 1--Appears S7--T^iir^e p l n n t 59--Strike liclilly fifl--Abbreviation for W o m r l i O Bt--r-'omiic fi-l-- To exial K5--Colle^'O i!etrrL-*t *J7--r-'.\clumat!on ' ·53--Hu11\x lo form n o u n ol n^en Antwer to p r e v i o u s puzzle Would Extend Grain Futures Act and Form Cabinet Commission. WASHINGTON, Fen. 12. uvi-- Regulation of commodity exchanges .hrough extension of t h e - g r a i n fn- .urcs act to all commodities imd cre- ition of a cabinet commission to Imit speculative trading- was pro- oscd to congress toilay by Secre- ary Wallnco, ' Chairman iHetchcr of the senate banking committee made public a iigest of legislation submitted to itin by Wallace, 'wilii President Roosevelt's approval, for regulation · f . the exchanges. At the same time Flelclier ,in- iminccd his committee would open icarings Wednesday on the bill h c and Chairman Rayburn of thn house nterstale commerce committee in- roduced last week. I City Monday from Waterloo, wheiv hi; visited friends over the' weekend. Sunday night, tn s.iicl, w h i l o he was backing his automobile inln a small n;n'Jtiiig .space, coming in contact with bumpers of other ma- chiiKi'i. bo wn.H ni'rcstcd by a CWA policeman nf Waterloo and clmrgocl with driving while i n t x i c a t c d . The mutter was left in the Imnils of an attorney. .awler Declam Winners Are Chosen in Contest LAWLER, Feh. 12.-- In Die sec- nd elimination declamatory contest .eld at Lawler high school Sunday voning, the results were: Dramatic Mta Shckleton, first, Leon Fischer econd; humorous, Irma Stone first Jlmrlottu Cole, second and Mary tnpkii, t h i r d ; oratorical Raymond lorris, first and Eldin Saltzman ccond. Professor Tallcy of Luther ollege, Decorah, wn.i critic judge Vinncra will compete in the first ound of the state contest, Arrested by C\V.\ Officer. * TMtiirnt\j to Mn.s-on U'i: will soil I lie f n l l m v l n ^ described property cm iinr fiirin | () - e.'itud lliroi' miles' «:i«t and iivo in HOB north or KucUl; Iivo mili-.s wst of Drvoiilsi; six mill's simlh- ivi'sl of Orr.hurd, Tluirsclay, February 15 (!l(!t,'illli])l),' at I o'clock p. in.) It H K A D OF HORSICS CciiiKisting of bay nun-u 12 yi-nr.H old, bred; hay nnirp colt, ! llli«. old; nrii', old hay niurr. M H E A D OF CATTI.F, Consisting of K milch cows, Him-, to frc'slirri soon; f i m r yrjirllnif nilvos; h u l l cult .siv m o n t h s nlii; SliorllKim bull, S years old. ii or imooi) sows POULTRY consisting of 100 liens and pulli'ls. PM':!) AND (JRAIN---l. r 0 hiiNliMs o c i l o j one slack of straw. Ml.SC!. M A O H I M O U V TKK.MS CASH--If y (l ,i want (·mill, arrango ln'fon mite. H. W. and Mrs. T. V. To be held on the farm, 2 milts n o r t h nnd 1 mile uesl of Hocklcml, -1 miles south and 2 miles c.f Nora Simntfs, on .; -at 1 p. in. sharp 3 Head Horses 8 Head Cattle 12 Head Sheep, 11 Ewes and 1 Buck Fu " r ' inc nf Jl ' ill ' m Machinery i h K M S : $10 and under, cash. Over thi.s a m o u n t , arrange with (he clerk. OKA liAJVI,KSv_Am:l.^ril[.ST STATK H A N K . r ! r . , M ,nl. :

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