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EIGHTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 13 1936 Mason City's Calendar Feb. 13--Junior class mystery, "The Phantom Dirigible," at 8:15 p. m Feb. 14--Annual meeting of Mason City Production Credit associa tion. Feb. 17--Lecture by Thomas C Poulter of the Byrd expedition high school auditorium, sponsored by B. P. W. club. Feb. 1"--Precinct caucuses in Mason City at 7:30 p. m. to elect delegates to county republican convention. Feb. 18--Competitive vaudeville, 8 o'clock, high, school auditorium, sponsored by P. T. A. council. Feb. 30--Free' Christian Science lecture by Bicknell Young, C. S. B. Chicago, at high school auditorium at 8 p. m. Feb. 21--Free lecture by Dr. Esther Brunauer, 7:30 o'clock, Y. M. C. A., sponsored by A. A. U. W. Feb. 26-29--State Junior college basketball tournament at high school gymnasium. Here In Mason City Kitz Hotel Dine and Dance. Music every nite. Kenneth F. Waughtal of the Kny- enay Engraving company returned Wednesday from Sheldon, where he was snowbound four days. Tickets for competitive vaudeville available at all schools and Michael Drug Co. The meeting of the Home Workshop club scheduled for Thursday, has been postponed because of weather conditions. The next regular meeting of the club will be held on Thursday, Feb. 27, at the Manual Arts building. Tickets for competitive vaudeville available at all schools and Michael Drug CO. Herman Bnins, 215 Ninth sfreet northwest,-who was injured when he fell into the basement of his home two weeks ago, is able to be up again. He suffered injuries to his arm, leg and head. The next meeting of the northeastern district of the Iowa State Association of Optometrists was So be held in Mason City in the offices of Dr. Robert Mace, 21 East State street, Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Dr. J. H. Lepper. chairman, 10 First street southeast, will preside at the meeting. The condition of Earl Benedict, who was seriously injured about 10 days ago while skiing at Nora Springs, was reported as fair Thursday at the Mercy hospital, P where he hag been confined since 'i--the accident. News of the recent deafh of -T. J. Enright of Tacoma. Wash., has been 'received by his sister, Mrs. W. C. Buirge, 527 Fifth street southeast. Mr. Enright and his family were former residents of Mason City, moving to Tacoma, several years ago. AT THE HOSPITALS T. C. Bowles, 712 Jefferson avenue northwest, was' admitted to the Park hospital Wednesday for treatment. Miss Ruth Thomas, 1520 Delaware avenue northeast, was admitted to the Park hospital Wednesday for treatment. Albert Knudson, Manly, was dismissed from the park hospital Wed. nesday following treatment for injuries received in an automobile accident on highway 65 during a recent snowstorm. A daughter weighing G pounds liy. ounces was born to Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Elliott, 1432 % Washington avenue northwest, Wednesday at the Park, hospital. Marion Peterson Is Sentenced to Attend Traffic School Twice Marion Peterson, 1312 Adams avenue northwest, was-ordered- to attend two sessions of traffic school in lieu of paying a fine'Thursday morning in traffic court by Police Judge Morris Laird. Peterson was arrested on a charge of .speeding: after he was alleged- to have passed a stop sign at the intersection of State street and Pennsylvania avenue and then traveled at the rate of 45 miles an hour, between Connecticut and Kentucky avenues on East State street about 4:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon. WPA Snow Shpvelers Given Free Lunch at Buehler Meat Market The Buehler Brothers meat market. 214 South Federal avenue, gave a free lunch Thursday noon to workers on the WPA who have been shoveling snow. About 250 workers were fed, the lunch consisting of cold meats and specialties to go with the meats, including sandwiches .and pickles. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENT FOB COUNTY ATTORNEY I announce myself as a candidate for County Attorney of Cerro Gordo County on thfc Republican Ticket, subject to the decision of the voters ' in the June 1,935 Primaries. FREDERICK B. SHAFFER. REPUBLICANS PLAN PRECINCT CAUCUSES MONDAY DELEGATES WILL BE ELECTED TO COUNTY SESSION Cerro Gordo G. 0. P. Convention at Courthouse to Be Held Friday, Feb. 21. Caucuses will be held in each of the eight Mason City precincts Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock for the election of delegates to the Cer ro Gordo county republican convention to be held at the courthouse Feb. 21 at 11 a. m. The caucuses will be held as follows: First precinct, first ward--Sum- merha.y's garage, 120 Delaware nue northeast, for election of 13 delegates. Remley J. Glass, committeeman and Mrs. Daisy B. Hathorn, committeewoman. To- Elect Delegates. Second precinct, first ward--Mason. City lumber company, 4 Fifteenth street northeast, for election of ,11 delegates. S. L. Haynes, committeeman, and Mrs. Katherine Gashel, committeewoman. First precinct, second ward-Small courtroom of courthouse, for electing; 18 delegates. C. A. Parker, committeeman, and Mrs. Katherine P. Shaffer, committeewoman. Second precinct, second ward-Brasser Shoe shop. 1446 North Federal avenue, to select 13 delegates. W. A. Westfall, committeeman and Mrs. Birde Murray, committeewoman. First precinct, third ward--Lapiner garage, 125 Delaware avenue southeast, to select 11 delegates. Harvey J. Bryant, committeeman and Mrs. R. B. Girton, committee- Others Announced. Second precinct, third ward-Kemble's greenhouse, for selecting 13 delegates. R. H. Richardson, comrnitteeman, and Mrs. Irene M. Bell, committeewoman. First precinct, fourth ward-Chevrolet garage, 15 Washington avenue southwest, to select 11 delegates. John C. Robinson, committeeman and Mips Vera B. Finley, committeewoman. Second precinct, fourth ward-Stebbins store, 402 Twenty-fourth street southwest, to elect six delegates. A. W. Stubbs, committee- nan and Sue Stebbins, committeewoman. The other 22 precincts of the county, iincluding 3 at Clear Lake, have also been asked by W. A. Vestfall, chairman of the republi- :an central committee, to hold their :aucuses on Monday for the elec- ion of delegates to the county con- ention. "Yes This Is a Dagger" Above is a scene from "The Phantom Dirigible," which was scheduled to be given at the high school auditorium Thursday evening, presented by a east from the junior class. From left to right are: Odetle Stoddard, Bob Kantpton,. Verne Redeker, Kathleen Bohn and Sam Mooney. "The Phantom Dirigible " at High School Thursday Solution of Mystery* Presented in Junior Play. Hundreds of parents and students planned Thursday to go to the high school auditorium Thursday evening to learn the solution of "The Phantom Dirigible," as presented by junior students. According to fellow actors, Millie Negomir as Aunt Eva weaves into the mystery a rich type of comedy action which ably supports Dick Zarling and Beth Carter, who play the romantic leads. Supporting the player Bob Rampton and Odette Stoddard are cast as a handsome athlete and fiance respectively. Venn Redeker and Kathleen Bohn provide unique sophistication as two of Hollywood's motion picture celebrities. Sam Mooney portrays Jason Kearns, well known millionaire, who figures majorly in the many complications. .Betty Hake's, in the role of Hulda the maid, promises to add much in her hilarious action. Completing the cast. Bill Blackmore as Swami Ramma and Magdolene Kartel portraying his myster. ious daughter, supply many mo- · ments of 'suspense, as docs Gilmore, playing the part young Japanese servant. John of a Republican Caucuses-Announced SISTER MODESTA DIES IN MICHIGAN Services for Former Local Woman to Be Held at Grand Rapids. Word was received here of the death of Sister Mary Modesta, 38. at the Mercy hospital at Grand Rapids, Mich., Thursday morning. She was a graduate of the St. Joseph's high school at Mason City and had been a nun of the Mercy order for the past 20 years. Surviving Sister Modesta are her father, D. P. Ryan, 523 First street southeast, five sisters, Mrs. Herbert Bender and Mrs. L. J. McCauley, Mason City; Mrs. Lou Fernett, Prairie du Chien; and Mrs. Tom Moorhcad and Mrs. Wilbur Hershey, Chicago; and five brothers, Jim, John, Leo. Marcus and Dennis, all of Mason City. Sister Modesta was preceded in death by her mother. Funeral services will be held at rand Rapids, Mich. OFFICIAL CALL OF REPUBLICAN COUNTY CONVENTION To the Republican Voters of Cerro Gordo County, Iowa: Pursuant to the authority vested n us bv the Republican State Cen- :ral Co'mmittee of Iowa, and pursuant to call of the Republican National Committee, it is hereby directed that a County Convention will be held at Mason City. Iowa, at the Court House on February 21, 1936 at 11 o'clock A. M., to select 30 delegates to the Republican State Convention to be held at the Coliseum in Des Moines, Iowa, on the 2Sth day of February, 1936 at the tour of 11 o'clock. Dated this llth day of February, A. D. 1936. W. A. Westfall, Chairman, Republican County Central Committee. Bertha M. Jones, vice-Chairman. Republican County Central Committee. Notice to Republican Voters of First Precinct; First Ward, Mason City, Iowa: A caucus of the Republican voters of said Precinct will be held at the Summerhays Garage, 120 No. Delaware Ave. at 7:30 o'clock P. M. Monday. February 17th, 1936, to select 'thirteen delegates to the County · Republican Convention. Remley. -X. XSJass, Committeeman. Daisy B. H.ithorn, Committeewoman. To the Republican Voters of the Second Precinct, First Ward, Mason City, Iowa: You are hereby notified that a caucus of the Republicans of the above' precinct will be held at the Mason City · Lumber company of"ices, 4 Fifteenth street northeast, ·ebruary 17. 1936. at 7:30 p. m.. o select .11- delegates to the Cerro Jordo County Republican conven- ion to be held February 21. 1936. S. L. Haynps, CommiMeeman. Katherinc Gashel, Committeewoman. To 'he Republican Voters nf he First Precinct. Second Ward, Mason City, loiva. Ill With Scarlet Fever. CORWITH--Mrs. Fred J. Oxley, 85, is seriously ill with.scarlet fever at her home southeast of Cor- With, You are hereby notified that a caucus of the Republicans of the above precinct will be held in the smali courtroom of the courthouse, Feb. 17, 1936, at 7:30 p. m.. to select 18 delegates to the Cerro Gordo County Republican convention to be held' February 21, 1936. C. A. Parker, Cnmrnitteeinan. Kathorine P. Shaffer, Cummittcc- To the Republican Voters of the Second Precinct. Second Ward, Mason City, Iowa: You are hereby notified that a caucus of the Republicans of the above precinct will be held at Brasser Shoe Shop, 1446 North Federal avenue, February 17. 1936. at 7:30 P. M., to select 13 delegates to the Cerro Gordo County Republican convention to be held February 21, 1936. W. A. Westfall. Committeemnn. Birde Murray, Comrmtteewoman. To the Republican Voters of the First Precinct, Third Ward, Mason City, Iowa: iou are hereby notified that a caucus of the Republicans of the above precinct %vill be held at the Lapiner garage, 125 South Delaware avenue, Feb. 17, 1936, at 7:30 P. M., to select 11 delegates of the Cerro Gordo County Republican convention to be held February 21, 1936. Harvey J. Bryant, Committeeman. Mrs. R. B. Girton, Committeewoman. To the Republican Voters of the Second Precinct, Third Ward, Mason City, Iowa: You are hereby notified that a caucus of the Republicans of the above precinct will be held at the office of Kemble's Greenhouse, February 17, 1936, at. 7:30 o'clock P. M. to select 13 delegates to the Cerro Gordo County Republican convention to be held February 21, 1936. R. H. Richardson, Committeeman. Irene M. Bell, Committeewoman. Notice to Republican Voters of First Precinct. Fourth Ward, Mason Citv. Iowa: A caucus of the Republican voters of said nrecinct will be held at the Chevrolet building, 15 So. Washington Ave.. nt 7:30 o'clock P. M.. Monday. February 17th. IfSfi, to select 11 delegates'to the County Republican convention. John C. Robinson, Comniiltedrmn. Vera B. Finley, Committeewoman. To the Republican Voters of t h e Second Precinct, Fourth Ward, Mason City, Iowa: You are hereby notified that a taucus of the Republicans of the above precinct will be held at Stebbins Score. 402 24th S. W., February 17. 1936. at 7:30 o'clock P. M., to select 6 delegates to the Cerro Gordo County Republican convention to be held February 21, 1936. A. W. Stiihbs, Cmiimitlprmnn. Sue Stebbins, Commiltccivoman. Herman Knudson Family Returns Through Snow Drifts After Funeral Mr. and Mrs. Herman Knudson and sons, Dick and Bob, 24 Fifteenth street southeast, returned Wednesday afternoon from Mar* shalltown where they attended the funeral of Mrs. Emma Lodge of Pasadena, Cal., an aunt of Mrs. Knudson. The Knudsons left Mason City Saturday morning but were snowbound at Hubbard for 48 hours, being forced to abandon their car on Highway 65 while they were taken into Hubbard. Monday they continued toward Marshalltown behind the state plows but were stopped at State Center where Highway 30 was blocked. The North Western railroad agent flagged a long overdue train and the family reached Marshalltown about 4 o'clock Monday afternoon. Mr. Knudson spoke enthusiastically of the kindness of the residents of Hubbard who provided shelter and food for travelers in about 15 stranded cars. "Everyone seemed anxious to do what they could for the convenience and comfort of the marooned," said Mr. Knudson. "They even volunteered to shovel snow in' the blizzard Sunday.". WILD LIFE UNITS IN COUNTY, PLAN OF CONFERENCE Bob Smith Returns From National Meeting in Washington. The building of an united front for American sportsmen, finding its basis in county organizations, was the biggest accomplishment of the national wild life conference held at Washington Feb. 3 to 7, said Bob Smith. Mason City delegate to the convention, Thursday. The Mason Cityan arrived borne Tuesday night after being delayed for 36 hours in Chicago by the storm of last weekend. A total of 1.500 delegates registered for the convention, of which only 300 were Washington residents. The number included delegates from every state, the Canadian provinces, and Mexico. Negotiate Treaty. Included among the important items of business at the five-day session was the negotiation of a migratory bird treaty with Mexico, prohibiting illegal sale and export of game, and regulating open seasons on game birds. Such a treaty, long in effect for Canada and the United States, has been sought for 12 years between the United States and Mexico. Organization of a national federation of American sportsmen will be effected in counties first, Mr. Smith said. Existing local clubs will continue to do their own work as they have in the past, but will join in the county plans, and the county federations will unite in a state organization. Several rnidwestern state organizations will be joined in a regional federation. Under Brady Direction. Iowa, North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota, Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska will compose the north central region, under the directorship of William J. Brady of Nebraska. Officers of the temporary national organization, to be made permanent when state and regional plans are in operation, are headed by Jay N. Darling of Iowa.. Vice-presidents are I. T. Quinn of Alabama, W. L. Finley of Oregon and Senator Wil- Cox of Connecticut. Iowa's delegation at the conven- :ion wag headed by J. D. Lowe of Aigona. Other members were: Logan Bennett of Ames, I. T. Bode, of the state conservation commission, Des Moines; Dr. W. C. Boone of ottumwa, who died at his home Thursday morning and was a former head of the state fish and game commission, as well as a commissioner under the revised conservation setup in Iowa. Also From loiva. Other lowans were: Jay N. Daring, national president, Des Moines: Mr. and Mrs. Claire A. Dewey of Washington, Ross Ewing of Des Moines, Mrs. Henry Frankel of Des Moines, Robert P. Glassburn of Sioux City, M. L Hutton of Des Moines, F. H. Latnrop of Aigona, J. L. Lowe of Aigona, G. B. MacDonald of Ames, E. T. Meredith of Des Moines, Elmer T. Peterson of Des Moines, Fred Schwob, formerly game warden at Mason City, now fish and game head in the state conservation commission, Des Moines. Roy E. Stevens of Ottumwa, W. H. Steiner of Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. George W. Wood of Waterloo and Mrs. Fred W. Wertz of Des Moines. LANGWORTHY IS GIVEN PROMOTION Leaves for Casper, Wyo., To Be Division Freight, Passenger Agent, G. A. Langworthy, traveling agent for the Chicago and North Western railway here for the past five and a half years, has been promoted to division freight and passenger agent, with headquarters at Casper. Wyo. Mr. and Mrs. Langworthy planned to leave Thursday night for Casper, returning to Mason City later for'their household goods. In his new position Mr. Langworthy will be in charge of traffic the entire .state of Wyoming. Costume Ball Will Be Staged Saturday Night by Legion at Armory Plans for a Valentine masquerade party at the armory Saturday night of this week were announced Thursday by the American Legion dance committee headed by R. C. Patrick. A list of prizes has been prepared and is presented in an advertisement in this issue of the Globe-Gazette. The unmasking and judging is scheduled for 10 o'clock. Th^ admittance price for spectators and dancers alike will be 25 cents. Only those in costume wiH dance in the time before the judging but all will be admitted on the floor for the. last two hours of the party. Regular Services at Adas Israel Synagog Congregation Adas Israel, 621 Adams avenue southwest, will conduct its next regular service Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Rabbi Ave'fy Jonah Grossfield officiating. The topic of the sermon win be: "Ancient and Modern Truths." The children's service will take place Saturday morning at 11 o'clock. Sunday school sessions will take place at 9:45 a. m. Above Last Year. FLOYD--At a meeting of the local Christmas seal committee, the total receipts from the sale of seals was found to be ?57.70. This was considerably better than last year. Authorized Genuine Carter and Stromberg Parts Battery and Electric Service 110 S. Delaware Phone 319 County A ttornev Shaffer Will Seek Re-Election Announces Candidacy For Republican Nomination. Frederick B. Shaffer, who is serving his initial term as county nt- torney for Cerro Gordo county. Thursday announced he would be candidate for the republican nomination for re-election. Mr Shaffer has been a. resident of Mason City since 1928. most of which time he was employed in the office of the First National company in a legal capacity. He then entered the practice of law in the fall of 1934 and was elected to his present position. He operates his law office in the 200 North Federal building in conjunction with Hines Mount, who is assistant covinty attorney. Mr. Shaffer formerly lived at New Hampton and Lawler, where he practiced laxv and was engaged in the banking business. At the time of the World war, Mr. Shaffer was serving as county attorney of Chickasaw county, from which office he resigned and enlisted in the ordnance department. During his enlistment period he was stationed at Camp Hancock, Augusta, Ga. For the last six years Mr. Shaffer has been captain of F company, FREDERICK B. SHAFFER one of three Mason guard units. City national Local Modernization Used in Publication for Dry Goods Group Four views of the former and present Montgomery Ward store in Mason City were published in the recent anniversary edition of the National Retail Dry Goods association's magazine entitled "Twenty- five Years of Retailing--1911-l936." The association is directed by John Hahn. The Mason City store was selected to show the modernized exterior as compared to the former store and also the increased aisle space of the interior and the elimination of a cluttered effect as compared to the former store. · Local photos used in the publication illustrated an article entitled "The Store Building and Equipment --It's Modernization Through the Years." The article was written by Hunley Abbott, president of Abbott, Merkt Company, engineers and architects, specializing in the department store field. Exams Are Postponed. FOREST CITY--The state eighth grade examinations which were to be given this week-end will not he held until Friday. Feb. 21, The tests will be given in all the towns of the county at Woden for the convenience of pupils residing in the southwest corner of the county. Only eighth grade pupils may write the tests. Now You Can Wear False Teeth With Real Comfort Fasteeth, a new pleasant powder keeps teeth firmly set. Deodorizes. No gummy, gooey taste or feeling. To eat and laugh in comfort sprinkle a little Fasteeth on your plates. Get it today from your druggist. Three sizes. GUARANTEED Fireside Fuels Will Give You a MORE HEAT! · LESS ASH! « REAL ECONOMY! FIRESIDE FUEL CO. Phone 888 DIXIE BLOCK COAL $6.5© Per Ton Exclusive but NOT Expensive. Call us for prices of other Coal. Dixie Block Coal Co. I'hojie 715 536 Second St. N. \V. The Cerro Gordo County -- ANNOUNCES -- That an exchange of oil delinquent accounts owed its individual members will be published regularly to the society as a whole. BEGINNING MARCH 1, 1936 COMMITTEES FOR Y.M.C. A, LISTED Chairmen Are, Wolf, Wagner, Breese, Maudsley, Potter and Harrer. Committees to serve the Y. M. C. A. for this year have been announced. Various committees are: Physical--Louis Wolf, chairman; Clayton "Chick" Sutherland, Charles Gasswint, Willis Patton, F. F. Potter. Douglas Swale, E. V. Ryan, Jake Mallo, Art Krager, Al Mitchell. Boys' work--E. H. Wagner, chairman; Dr. C. E. .Chenoweth, F. C. Heneman. Boyd Walter, Andrew Olson, E. S. Gage, Jack Newberry, Kirby Griffith, James Rae. House--Garfield E. Breese. chairman; E. R. Dunlop. R. E. P.-'.ulev. Finance--C. G. Maudsley, J. A. Van Ness, O. A. Satter. Young men--F. F. Potter, chairman; Charles Corn well, W. Earl Hall. Personnel and executive--George H. Harrer, chairman; F. C. Heneman, G. E. Allbee, C. G. Maudsley- Officer Cleveland Sends Three Youths to Navy Officer O. 0. Cleveland, navy recruiting agent for the North Iowa district, announced Thursday that Dale W. gummy. 22 Monroe avenue southwest; Frank Vulk, Osage, arid Stanley I. Goetz, Elma, have fulfilled their enlistment requirements and will leave here Sunday for the Great Lakes naval training station. DARBY TALKS ON NEED OF JESUS LIFE'S PLAN Evangelist Continues His ;i Series of Sermons at \ j Church of Christ. j Dr. J. W. Darby spoke on "To Whom Shall We Go?" continuing- in \ the evangelistic services held every '.f night at the Church of Christ. Dr. 4 Darby spoke on the necessity of Je- . | sus and His plan of life. "Having just fed the 5,000 men j! and women from the schoolboy's ,« lunches Christ had continued to ~, speak 'Except you eat the flesh of the Son of Man and drink His blood, 5 you have not life in yourself," said j the minister. "His saying caused confusion in the mind of a great many. i Some called it a hard saying and - f left him. Jesus turned to his immedi- » ate disciples and said to them 'Do j you also go?' They answered. 'To t whom shall we go for thou hast the I words of everlasting life.' f "Thinking- of the religious situa- v tion of the times of Christ, of the I various sects and leaders, the dis- jf- ciplcs found only Jesus as offering the satisfactory and hopeful stand- · a r d o f l i f e . " Can Give Assistance. f Dr. Darby continued by saying- that there are times in a person's I life when only Christ can give the -, necessary assistance. When men are i facing the question of the future life, 3 · when they are facing temptation, S when they are in need of forgive- .f ness and when they are face to face "j with death. Considerable interest has been manifested in the Bible study classes meeting- each morning at 9 o'clock. '! On Thursday morning, Dr. Darby .\ spoke on "Burning Hearts," taking as examples the disciples who ( 3 walked with Jesus on the way to . " Emmaus. "Wherever Jesus walks with man he kindles a fire in the heart." said the speaker. When people's hearts j are kindled it is a source of rnore power than anything else iu the world. It Warm? Hearts. "Such fire burned in the hearts of Paul and of great missionaries and reformers of the world. The fire burned because He opened to them the Scriptures. We know the Bible is the word of God because it warms our hearts and gives us life." Thursday evening Dr. Darby will speak on "What Lack I Yet?" and on Friday evening-, "The Ten Vir- .... gins." Sunday is Love and Loyalty,-;: day. : Operetta Is Presented. KANAWHA -- The operetta, "Betty Lou," was staged at the Tall Corn theater. Due to the weather the usual large crowd was not present. The operetta was put . on by the boys' and girls' Glee club * of the local high school. \ NEW SPEC/AL BATES ON LONG DISTANCE CALLS EVERYNIGHT AND ALL DAY SUNDAY NOW IN EFFECT Special rates on sttti'on-to-station callsjnoware In effect not only after 7 o'clock every night but also all day Sunday. These rates apply on station-to-station calls for which the day rate is 40 cents or more. Also, there now are special rates on person-to-person calls every night after 7 o'clock and all day Sunday. These rates apply, in general, on person-to-person calls for ·which the day rate is 55 cents or more. TYPICAL THREE-MINUTE RATES Slalion-to-Stalion Rates Week NichUnd Day Sunday Pcrson-lo-Pcrson Rales Week Night and Day Siftijay 100 200 S .60 $ .35 S .90 S .i 1.05 .60 1.40 .95 300 1.40 .80 1.80 1.20 _400_ 500 2.05 J.pp_ MS _2.2.0_, 2.55~ 1.65 NORTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY I

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