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Mason City, Iowa
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MARCH 14 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FIFTEEN" Sell Your Baby Chicks Now Through Globe-Gazette Want Ads--Phone 3800 Classified Advertising Information J-Tirteen cents a lice first insertion. Ten cents a. lias lor each consecutive «ub- itquent insertion. (Count five averag* worda to the Hoc.) Seven insertions are given lor In* price of six. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ADVERTISING TO cents per column Inch eacn insertion, A discount of 15 per cent will bo allowed t,n all classified advertisements paid for at the time of Insertion or not later than 6 days thereafter. All out-oj-towos ad* 'are payable la advance. AH refunds on Want Ada must DB called for within 30 day* or the cancellation date of tho order. Answer to "blind" advertisements must be addressed to the letter stated In the ad, care ot thi Glob a-Gazette. Undtr DO clr- tumstances will the Globe-Gazette reveal the name of tluut inserting "blind" advertise- dents. Minimum charge for ·tngle advertisement, 35 cents. INDEX TO CLASSIFIED Classifications are numbered according to the position In which they appeal In the section. Agents 36 Apts. lor Rent .. IS AniuaetBeQta .... 7 Auto Accessories 82 Autos for Sale .. *ia Auto Storage .--A79 AuU Trucks ... 80 Auto Repairing . 81 Beauty Parlors . 16 Board. Room ... 49 Bids. Materials . 43 Business ' L o c a- tlon 37 Business Oppor- tunlti - ..... _ ...... 29 C a f e s , Restaurants ........ 17 Card of Tnanks 2 Chiropodists ____ 13 Chiropractors ... 14 Cleaner?, Dyers . 18 Cottages ........ A4H Death Notices .. l DOES, Birds. Pets S3 Educational Opportunities ... 40 Electrical Service 61 Employment Ser* vice .......... A30 Farms for Sale . 50 Farms for Rent .A50 Farm Machinery 51 Florists ........ 4 Foods ......... . A55 Funeral Directors 3 Furs ........... 18 Oarage for Rent 88 tor Sale 69 Instruction .. Insurance ... Investment .. In Memorlam Job Printing ... Laundries Livestock for salo LocaUon Wanted Lost and Found Lots for Sale ... Machinery .. Milk 22 Misc. for Sale .. 53 Misc. for Rent .. 56 Money to Loan 8 Mortgages S Monuments A 4 Moving, Storage 23 Musical instr. .. 58 Nursery Stock .. 57 Offices for Rent 63 Office Equlpt. .. 64 Osteopaths 15 Painting. Decor. 24 Personals ...... G Photographers .. 25 Plumbing, Htg. . 26 Poultry. EEC" .. 74 Radio Supplies .. 2 Real Estate Wtd. 61 Rooms for Rent ·*· Sale or Trado . A3I Sale or Rent ...A4' Salesladies 3' Salesmen 3; Seeds. Feeds ... 21 Serv. Offered ...A3: Situation Wtd. .. 39 .. 11 .. 10 ..A 2 .. 20 21 52 65 6 48 54 Money to Loan 8 NEW LOANING PLAN $50 FOR $5.25 FOE 5 MOS. Courteous and confidential icrvtn. Ask any one of our 1,000 satisfied customers. Experienced loan counsellor In chante. SECURITY LOAN COMPANY S21 1st Nat'l Bk. Bldg. Ml. 412 FURNITURE LOANS AUTO LOANS COMBINATION LOANS Cars Refinanced and Payments Reduced HOME LOAN i FINANCE CO. Second Foor, J. O. F. Bldg. DO YOU NEED M O N E Y ? SEE C.E. BROOKS CO. 12 2nd ST. N. E. Character Loans Low Cost, Easy to Pay Amount of Loan S100 . $150 . 5200 . 5300 . 5500 . Weekly Payment for 50 weeks I 2 S 4 6 10 ROOM 202 '.G'V' North Federal Arena* Loans In Muon City only LOANS NOW Available If you need money NOW for any purpose, come in and let us explain our helpful loan plan. Prompt Friendly Service LOANS UP TO $300 Small Monthly Payments Write or Telephone United Financial Service F. M. HUMPHREY, Mgr. S First St. N. W. First Door We»t of Adams Drug Phone 1414 Mortgages .. ........ . Help Wan t o d . l With Inv. ____ \Help W a n t e d , Female ...... 31 Sdp W a n t e d , Male ......... Help W a n t e d , Male. Female. A38 Hide, Wool. Furs. 78 Household Goods 73 Houses for Sale 47 Houses for Rent 4fl Stamps. Coins ..A Stationery Stocks 30 Summer Cottages 6' Swap service .. 38 Travel Bureau . -A Trade or Eich. . -12 Upholstering 58 Wtd. to Borrow 71 Wtd. to Buy ... 75 Wtd.. Uisc A75 Wtd. to Rent .. 76 Wearing Apparel TO Death Notices 1 O'CONNOR, Rennis, 76, died at his home, 622 North Federal avenue, about 9:30 o'clock Tuesday evening of heart disease. Funeral services will be held at the Holy Family church at 9:30 o'clock Friday morning. The Rev. R. P. Murphy, pastor o-C the church, will be in charge of the services. Burial will be in Sacred .Heart cemetery, Rockwell. The Randall funeral home in charge. Funeral Directors 3 METER FUNERAL HOME--Dependable service. 243 Fifth street l i- S. E. Ph. 1505. \ i PATTERSON FUNERAL HOME-A service for those who care. Ambulance. 322 N. Wash. Ph 1140 Funeral Home--Ambulance service. 104 3rd St N. E Ph 511 C. E. Snlpps H B. Major. Florists 4 IN the hour of ]oy 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 783. Lost and Found STRAYSD--2 black Scotch terrier puppies. Reward. Ph. 2680. FOUND--New pair silk hose. 2263. A Postoperative support that stays in place. The Spencer, individually designed. Ph. 3856. LOST--Large black leather pocketbook. Reward for pocketbook and contents. Ph. 1728. LOST--Hinged endgate for truck Monday between Earl Dean farm and my place. Finder please notify C. G. Blum. Rt. 3. Mason City. Money to Loan 8 CASH FOR SPRING NEEDS PINE'S will loan you up to $300.00 on furniture, autos, diamonds, personal property. Loans made anywhere In North Iowa. See, phone or write for free information. C. L. Pine Loan Company 'Vclr Bldj;., Mason City. Phone 22* FOR SALE A few 6% mortgage*. A. R. PETERSON Clear Lake, Iowa, Beauty Parlors 16 PERMANENT waves *1.60 to $S. Shampoo and finger wave fiOo. Ph. SOU, call far Le Moderne An nex. 212V; N. Fed. Ave. Painting, Decorating 24 PAPERING, pntg., Stewart, 2436W. Business Opportunities 29 FOR SALE--Cheap. Soda fountain, 12 ft. long, equipped with frigld- alre. Almost new. High Life Pool Hall. 107 S. Fed. FOR RENT--Fully equipped beauty parlor in Mason City. Write R-13, Globe-Gazette. FOR SALE--Restaurant and ham- burgher shop doing good business. Write R-9. Globe-Gazette. Help Wanted, Jemale 31 WANTED--Girl for hswk. Give ref. Write T-12, Globe-Gazette. Help Wanted, Male 32 MEN Wanting jobs on new construction work in U. S., So. America, write E. Moore, Hunter Bldg., Chicago. Enclose stamp. WANTED--Man with light car who has had selling experience among farmers to sell Globe-Gazette sub- scrip tiong and farm sale advertising in Floyd county. Must live in Floyd county. Others need not apply. See or write Mr. Hillstrom at Globe- azette office, Mason City, Iowa. Swap Service 38 Three times or less offering a "SWAP" costs nothing. Thn 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. Regular rates will be charged for every line over 3 lines, besides 10 cents for each answer. SWAP--Fordson tractor for hogs, cattle, colts. Write NN-14, Globe- Gazette. SWAP--22 Savage Match rifle for matched woods ana golf bag. WW -14, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--Hard coal brooder stove for young calves. Write LL-14, Globe- Gazette. S W A P -- Internationa! manure spreader for horse or brood sows. Write WW-13, Globe-Gazette. SWAP 500 bushel steel grain on skids for good work horse. Write RR-12, Globe-Gazette. Instruction 39 WANTED--Names men-women, 1850, wishing steady government jobs. Start $108-5175 month. Common education usually sufficient. Qualify now. Many coming examinations. 25 coached free. Apply today sure for full particulars, sample coaching and list positions. Write F-3. Globe-Gazette. Rooms tor Rent 44 FOR RENT--Slpg. rm. Ph. 1321. FOR RENT--Furn. hskpg. rm. and kitchenet, connect, bath. 226 7 NE. FOR RENT--Furn. rms. Ph. 2158W. FOR RENT--2 Ithskpg. rms. Furn. Ph. 2663J. FOR RENT--Slpg. rm. 222.1st N. E. FOR RENT--Rm., board if desired, gentleman preferred. Ph. 1901. Apis, for Rent 45 FOR RENT---Very desirable 4 rm. apt. River Hgts. Ph. 24 or 973. FOR RENT--Fum. apt. 712 N.Mad. FOR RENT--3 rm. mod. apt, pri. bath, garage. Ph 2163W. FOR RENT--Apartment K. C. Bldg. Fireproof, finest building. Fhone 83 or 1919. See J. A. Sullivan. FOR RENT--3 rm. mod. apt., all i furn., hot soft water, garage. Inq. 19 9th St. N. E. FOR RENT--$25 4 rm. mod. apt., close In, southeast part. W. L. Fatten, 109 East State.' FOR RENT---Furn. apt. Daly, 1729. FOR RENT--Cozy 2 rm. apt., suitable for 1 or 2. Pri. ent. Everything furn., also garage. Ph. 2389. FOR RENT--3 rm. furn. apt. 1626 S. Penn. Ph. 2357. FOR RENT--Apts., furn. or unfurn. See J. B. Youngblood. Ph. 36. FOR RENT--Mod. furn. 3 rm. and bath apt. Ph. 209. FOR RENT--Unrurn. apt. 14 5 NE. Houses lor Rent 46 FOR RENT--Furn. house. Ph. 2066. FOR RENT--3 rm. house, furn. or unfurn. Partly mod. North part of town. Ph. 301. FOR RENT--Modern 5 rm. house at 14 13th N. W. Inq. Donnelly Service. 125 1st S. E. RENT YOUR HOME from Briar List your property with Briar Buy a home from Briar. Ph. 3414. Houses for Sale 47 Situation Wanted 33 WANTED--Farm work, exp. man. Write L-13,' Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Work for experienced young single man. Joe Sura, % R. N. Schmitz, Rt. 4, Mason City. Services Offered A33 WASHING, ironing and housecleaning wanted. 2230 S. Georgia. DISCS SHARPENED on your farm. 16-whcel $2.50; 20, ?S. Drop me a card. J. H. Westcott, Plymouth, Iowa. ROOFS repaired. Phone 3830. Male, Female A3 6 WANTED--Man and wife or two ladies to deliver and collect on regular route our pure horseradish at once. Three months work. Small deposit required. Steady work. Ph. or write. Car furnished. A. J. Volker Co., Marble Rock, Iowa. Business Location 37 BUILDING WITH TRACKAGE Location of Mason City Co-Operative Dairy must be sold at once. Building 50 by 100 by 20, substantial brick and concrete, complete cooling room 15 by 27, large boiler, steam heat, water and sewer. Lot 113 by 222 with trackage on three railroads. H. A, DWELLE, P. G. FRYE ReceiveTM. FOR SALE--$1,000 down pay't. will buy the best home buy we've had for years. W. L. Pattou, 109 East State. FOS SAtE--6 rm. home. Mod. except tub. Wide paved lot, garage. Close in S. E. $2,700. Terms. M. M. Moen Co., 818 S. Fres. Ph. 837. FOR SALE--House. Call 1027J. FOR SALE--4 rm. hae. Ph. 2667. Farms tor Sale 50 FOR SALE--Improved 5 acre tract on paving close to Mason City. Beck Bros. Co. Ph. 134. FOR SALE Small acreage. Clear Lake. Close in. Modern house. 2 acres. Set to small fruit and vegetables will bring good income. $500 .will handle. Balance like rent. H. N. HALVORSON Phone 12 or 163 Clear Lake FOR SALE--80 acres finest land. Good buildings; possession now; $55 per acre; terms. Big list. L. Fedge, Albert Lea, Minn. Farm Machinery 51 FOR SALE No. 10 steel Sanwich 24-ffc steel drag; No. 2 fflC shcller; No. 1A Sanwich sheller; 24-ft. drag; 1 Stanley oat huller, 100 bu. per hr.; New Idea spreader, 50 bu. PEDELTY MACHINERY CO. 306 3rd N. E. Mason City Livestock for Sale 52 FOR SAUE--Good team black Percheron mares, weight 3,400 Ibs. First place west Central Heights store. Livestock for Sale 52 HAVING NO FARM, will sell 2 young teams of farm mares in foal to Belgian horse; service fees paid; Also one odd horse. Call at residence, 742 12th N. E. ' FOR SALE--Feeding cattle 700 to 900 Ibs., Young Tamworth brood sows, fresh cow. Phone 1810. Shipping association. Misc. for Sale 55 FOR SALE--Used Charters ( Incubators, 540, 405, 270-egg ' sizes, priced reas. Turning trays. Albrecht Hatchery, Greene, Iowa. FOR SALE--Good harness. Ph. 1289. FOR SALE--74 Harley Davidson motorcycle. 2015 19 S. W. BUY a 32-volt 1, wind driven electric power plant now before prlce§ advance. Also 32-volt batteries for your present light plant. See or write HERMAN KIPPEN on No. 65 South of Mason City FOB SALE 15 oil heaters, slightly used, for garages, filling stations, raUk- houses, $2 each, while they la*t. Regular price $15. MASON CITY HATCHERY FOR SALE--Slightly used G. E. car radio. Ph. 249S. GOOD CLEAN COAL s Fair Prices Just Try One Ton ALLISON COAL Phone 431 Trade In your old worn-out ROLLER SKATES on a new pair. LINDQUIST'S 6ZO S. Federal Phone 831 FOR SALE--Good used and new radios. Reas. terms. North Iowa Radio' Exchange. 18-20 Second S.W. Phone 1070. FOR SALE--100 egg incubator: % h. p. elec. motor and good violin. 639 S. Jackson. HEAVY MATS SIZE 18i/jx21 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. Foods A55 FOR SALE--North, seed potatoes. Early Ohios, cobblers, russets, rural New Yorker. See V. Blunt or P. Hartwell, Nora Springs. Ph. 49. F O B SALE--Zerbcl's extracted honey. i/ 2 mile north Clear Lake high school. R. H. Holt. FOR SALE Potatoes, bag $1.45; peck 25c Onions, 50 Ib. bag 50c Cabbage, 10 Ibs 25c Carrots, bu. 75c; 10 Ibs 25c Popcorn, sure pop, 6 Jbs 25c Apples, box $1.55; 6 Ibs 25c Our Prices Are Reasonable PHONE 1.138 Earls Fruit Market 1603 S. Fed. Also Nora Springs Poultry, Eggs 74 FOR SALE--Chick Raisers, gallon size, glazed stoneware waterers, 29c. Mason City Hardware Co. FOR SALE--15 blood tested Shcp- ard Ancona pullets, 50c ea. 3649. WILL TUADE Chicks and custom hatching for pony, corn, outs and wood. 'MASON CITY HATCHERY BABY CHICKS and started chick*. Hatchet* Mon. iind Thurs. All Iowa accredited chicks. Grady Hatchery, Kockford, Iowa. Phone No. 138. Certificate of Compliance No. 2126. Wanted to Buy 75 WANTED---To buy good trailer, state price. Z-13, Globe-Gazette. WANTED TO BUY Second hand motorcycle reasonable. Writ* T-14, GLOBE-GAZETTE WANTED--Used turn., stoves and rugs. Graham 2nd hand store, next to Strand theater. Ph. 301. HIGHEST cash prices paid for old gold watch cases, dental scrap. Blanchard's Jewelry. Autos for Sale 79 FOR SALE--1932 Essex special se dan, very low mileage. An excep tional bargain. S. R. Chcv. Co. THOROUGHLY RKCONDI- TIONK1) USED CAKS 1929 He Soto Coupe. Perfect. 1828 Chev. Couch. Clean. 1931 Essex Coach. Like new. 1929 Ply. Sedan, flood. 183(1 Ford Coach. Kjtra i-lean. Many Others to Choose JKrom. We Trade. MARSTON'S Tel. 1(12 Highest Value I Offices for Rent 63 FOR RENT--Very desirable office rooms. ?9 and $10. See J, B. YounRblood. Ph. 36. Real Estate Wanted 66 HAVE CUSTOMERS for reasonable priced lake shire property. Neil O'Neill, Clear Lake. Wearing Apparel 70 FOR SALE Fox scarfs for Easter. Red or Silver. Direct from rancher. Write LONE PINE FUR FARM Belmond Iowa APPOINTMENTS made to display the early spring lines of ladies' and misses' sagless knit suits and dresses and other articles. Ph. 3994. Household Goods 73 'OR SALE:--Elec. refrigerator $35. Ph. 1052. STORAGE FURNITURE FOR SALE at sacrifice. Just received one carload of household goods. Come early and get real values. ROBBINS FURNITURE STORE 410 South Federal Avenue FOR SALE--Player piano S45.00. Guitars, banjo, ukelelc. accordions $3.50 and up. Phonographs, $1.50 and up. Furniture, dishes, bargain prices. 1408 N. Federal. Lowest Prices! 1929 Dodge Sedan ( w o r t h more) $275 1932 V-8 Ford Cp. (very low mileage) $385 1932 V-8 Coach (new engine) $425 1929 Chev. Track ( g o o d shape) $225 1930 Ford Truck (ready for work) $275 1931 Ford Truck (see this one) $885 For yoor protection and assurance- of mcchunlcally perfect valve frrlndlnK Job let u« do the job tor you with the Hall Eccentric Valve Grinder, which n»e« x carborundum stone and vacuum cleaner. The only practical way to Heat steel valves on »ny make or model cur. (Motor tun« np Included.) Give ns a trial. FlUCVES RIGHT WAGNER MOTOR CO. FORD SALES 111 1st «. E. Opp. OUJ P. O, Auto Trucks 80 FOR SALE--1932. International model A-3, short wheelbase, single tires. International Motor Trucks. Ph. 20. LEGAL NOTICE IOWA BOARD OF ACCOUVT4.NCV Notice at Examination. In accordance with Section 9. Chapter 59, Acts o( the iorty-thlrd General Assembly, notice Is hereby given that nn examination of Qualified applicants for certificates to practice as Certified Public Accountants In the state of Iowa win be held at the State Capitol Building, DCS Moines, Iowa, commencing Thursday, May 17, 1934 at 9:00 o'clock A, M. Application blanks may be had from the Secretary and must be filed at least thirty days prior to the date of examination. I. B. McGladrey, C.P.A.. Secretary-Treasurer. 1020 Merchants National Bank Bide., Cedar Rapids, Iowa. ORIGINAL NOTICE i the District Court or loua, In and for Ct'rro Oordo Connty. April Term, 1934 ay Seaey. Plaintiff, ·,,. Thomas Collins, Lois CoIUtw Marsden, n'. H. Mawden and Aate Laplner, Defendants. To the above named defendants: You are hereby notified that there will ! on file, on or before March 30. 1634, In e office ol the Clerk of the District Court of the ahove named County and State, a petition of Hay Seney, claiming a personal judgment against Thomas Collins and . e,°?i" ns Mars ' lel . ln tnc aggregate sum of S1.30S.96, with Interest thereon at the me of 8 per cent per annum from March . 1B34, representing the sum of 51,246 85 due and owing on said date on a certain 'irst mortgage bond made and executed by he defendants, Thomas Collins and Lois Collins Marsden to the Mason City Loan and Trust Company on the 23rd "day of May, 1923, of -which the plaintiff is the record owner by virtue of assignment before maturity, and wnicn said first mortgage bond is long past due and unpaid, together ·vith the further sum of $62.11, advanced y plaintiff In payment of taxes against said real estate hereinafter described, in srder to protect his equity therein. Plaintiff n suld petition will further ask judgment against said defendants fr the costs of this action. Including attorney fees, and tht costs of continuation of abstract of title. In he sum of S24.00. and will ask the estab- Ishment and foreclosure of that certain real estate mortgage of even date with Raid first mortgage bond, and given to secure the cayment thereof covering the following de- cribed real estate, to wit: Lot Number Seventeen (17), In Block Number Three (.1), In Parker's Fifth Addition to Mason City, Iowa, isking that thp name be decreed prior, para- nount and superior to the claims, liens, or nterests of the defendants or any of them, n and to said real estate, and asking the appointment of a receiver to take posses- ion of said premises and to collect the ·ents. issues, profits and income therefrom, and further asking that special execution ssue for the sale of said mortgaged prem- ses and for general equitable relief. For all further particulars, see petition when on file. Now, unless you appear thereto and de- 'cn'I on or be/ore noon of the second day )f the April 1934 Term of the District Court if Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, to he held at Mason city. Iowa, commencing en April 9. 934. default will be entered against you and Judgment rendered thereon in accordance with the prayer of said petition. L. R. BOO.MHOWER. Attorney for Plaintiff. Aviatrix on a long-distance flight reports a very bumpy journey. Naturally a lady aviator couldn't resist oing through all the air pockets.-- Yrknnsas Gazette. ACROSS 1--Brightness «--Pertaining to th* middl« 11--A verb 12--Constituting a. whole 14--Feminine saint (abbr. 16--Resnrdlns 17--Dire misery 18--Erbium (abbr.) JO--Contraction for it is 22--A cork or float In fishii\ff !--Greek letter !6--Previous and unfavorable biar 30--A musical drama 32--A salt of uric acid 33--The state of being oooly 35--Compass point 37--Attorney (abbr.) 38--Beast of burden 40--Land measure 42--Spread for drylnr ·14--Either (abbr.) ·15--A termination of nouni denoting vocation 47--Virtuous 49--Wing-like formation 50--Not wide or broad 61--A farmer DOWN l--Not small 2--To exercise J--Compass point 4--Electric telegraph (ohbr.) 5--Propel a boat 6--Girl's name , 7--Elevated (abbr-) 8--Exists 9--Devoured 10--Sinew 13--Form of tear 16--Staton Islnnr] (abbr.l 18--Language of a Hindustan tribe JO--The brown phalanger of Tasmania 31--To sprout or bud 22--A genus of annual herbs 23--Cuts with tee IK 25--In addition 27--Form of run 2S--Any right that la enforced by law 29--Central (abbr.) 31--Diminutive of Henrietta 33--A country 34--At any time 30--Geological term 30--Thus 41--The tumerlc 42--pull as a boat 43--Period of time 44--A note In Guido's scalej 46--Railroad (abbr.) 47--A state (abbr.) 4S--Chinese coin «--Exist Aniwer le prtfioul pulll* INTERIM SCHEME ON AGRICULTURE Temporary Plan Has Many Drawbacks; Land Buying Slow Process. (EDITOR'S NOTE: This Is the final article of a series on the plans of the federal government to use land to lie bought and retired from agricultural production. An article, scheduled to be written by Secretary Wallace, could not be completed because of the press of other work). By STEPHEN McDONOUGH WASHINGTON, March 14. (fl)~ Recognizing that the policy of acreage reduction through permanent land purchase must be a slow process through many years and that the present emergency program has many drawbacks the government's land use planners have developed an interim scheme. They have conceived an idea for a blanket curtailment of crops "whereby the Individual farmer will agree to a pattern of farm management" suitable to the region in which he operates. Wasteful of Time. It is frankly admitted that the present plan of procuring signatures io a separate contract to reduce wheat, another for corn and hogs, a third for cotton, and still another :or tobacco is extremely wasteful of Lime. Vast difficulties present themselves in the intricate problem of finding a single measuring rod for reduction of all of a farmer's crops with a single benefit payment for :he total cut but these men believe ie process will be simpler and more direct than the present scheme. Flexibility of the blanket curtailment is held to be one of its chief attributes. Secretary Wallace and lis lieutenants, while contending that production must be brought near the limits of domestic need also believe that some export trade may be regained through tariff adjustments and the recently organized export-import hanks. Step TJp Production. When and if such measures do reopen foreign markets they feeu that production can be stepped up to fill ;he orders and provide supplies consistent with demand. Such a plan cannot be completed before 1935, they declare, and is not needed because the emergency individual crop programs have already seen instituted and hundreds of thousands of acreage-reduction contracts have been received in Washington. However, with the possibility of new crops being added to tho list of basic commodities under the farm act which congress is now consider- ng. the necessity for simplifying the production control schemes become? more apparent. Streit Funeral Will Be Conducted Friday at Alta Vista Church NEW HAMPTON, March 14.-Funeral services will be held Friday morning at St. Bernard's church, Alta Vista, for Theodore Streit, 51, Washington township farmer who died at a hospital, here, Tuesday morning as the results of a throat ailment. The Rev. A. C. Woederhoff will officiate. His widow, one son, Oacar Streit, three daughters, Frances Streit, Mercedes Streit and Alvena Streit, all of Washington township, three brothers and four sisters, Mrs. Ed Hilsman of North Washington, Mrs. Mary Collins oi Northfield, Minn., Mrs. August Schumacher, Mrs. Francis Dooney, Charles Streit, Louis Streit and Tony Streit, all of Ipswich, S. Dak., survive. ASK PERMANENT BOARD FOR LABOR Miss Perkins Adds Voice to Plea of Wagner for His Bill. WASHINGTON, March 14. UP) --Creation of a permanent labor board was recommended to the senate labor committee today by Secretary Perkins as "a very important step forward in the management of community life and the practice of democracy." The labor secretary added her voice to the plea of Senator Wagner, (D., N. Y.), for enactment of his Dill to create a permanent labor board, arm it with enforcement means and protect labor's rights to collective bargaining. Wagner had opened the hearing on his bill with a warning that un- ess labor was given a fuller par- :icipation in the recovery program there would be another collapse. Belmond Youth Injured When Car Hits Bridge BELMOND. March 14.--Engcl Tecker, young man living in west Belmond, has been taken to the hospital in Hampton to be treated for njuries he received in an automobile accident he was in Sunday night four miles east of here on the gravelled road leading: to Alexander. Fecker was driving east and in ap- iroaching a bridge was blinded by .he lights from another car coming- from the east so that he smashed nto the bridge railing. He suffered a fractured lower jaw and had several teeth knocked out. His car was badly damaged. Story of a great man: In youth he married a smart girl and let nature take its course. -- Lincoln Stir. DEMOCRATS WILL SEEK TO RETAIN POWER IN STATE Political Fireworks to Be Brief Because of Long Assembly Session. By HARTZELt, SPENCK. DES MOINES, March 14. (UP)-When the democratic party rolled nto almost absolute power in Iowa's state house in November. 1932, as much to its own surprise as :hat of' the republicans, the vanquished found solace in the prophecy that Iowa, normally republican, would bring its erstwhile majority party back to power in 1934. The season for fulfillment or refutation of that hope Is now at hand. The democratic party will go to .he polls Monday, June 4, to select its slate for the fall campaign which will climax in the general election Nov. 6. Due to the protracted legislative session, which delayed a vigorous primary campaign, the political fireworks prior to June ·* will necessarily be very brief. Hi'.rring Heads Ticket, Thus what promises to be one of Iowa's most interesting primaries may also be one of the shortest in re« cent years. Gov. Clyde L. Herring again heads the ticket. The announced candidacy of Francis G. Cutler of Boone has not been taken seriously by any of the state's democratic leaders. Cutler was nominated for lieutenant-governor in 1932, but resigned on the eve of the convention, allowing nomination of Nels C t Kraschel. What effect the indictment of Kraschel on federal charges of conspiracy to defraud the government in connection with the PWA will have on the democratic picture, has not yet been discussed openly in the high places. He has support ot Governor Herring and the state central committee. There is the possibility the question will be answered in federal court before the primary. Kraschel has many political friends and others who believe positively in his integrity and assert that he will be cleared of the federal charge in time to allow him to become Herring's running mate once more. May Oppose Dickinson. If this prediction holds true, Kraschel may be running against L. J. Dickinson for the U. S. senate in, 1936. There has *een.^c**ae_tslk ot..n*sJ change in the state offices except one. Some of those politicians who think "woman's place is in the home" are agitating for a strong- democrat of the male species to oppose Mrs. Alex Miller, secretary of state incumbent. Robert L. Jones, Des Moines, is out for the democratic nomination. Herring has been widely popular in his party and points to a record of forceful and decisive action in the gubernatorial chair which will be used as the democratic heavy artillery for a rebid for public confidence as exemplified at the voting booth. He cracked the whip over the legislature, aa he displayed during the banking crisis last March, on the question of a farm mortgage moratorium and during the special assembly on the subject of poor relief. He has an efficient organization behind him which has brought the democratic party, in the opinion of most politicians, to a new high plane in this state. Fortifying 1932 Gains. The democratic party is fortifying its 1932 gains diligently. In spite of a hue and cry too many republicans have been given the spoils of the Roosevelt landslide, patronage and the trend of the times have combined to enhance the democratic standard. Democrats have largely dispensed such federal gratuities as PWA, CWA, CCC and AAA. The state house, the old federal building at Des Moines, and other office space, have been taxed to overflowing with new appointees to political posts which did not exist :wo years ago. Most of them are emergency in character, but they have added to the number of active workers on whom the democrats can rely. The democratic organization, which was not systematized fully on a county-by-county basis in 1932, is now entrenched. The situation existing two years ago, in which the democratic nominees ran unopposed for many offices in the primary and swept with virtually no work into a county, legislative, or state job at election time, will not be repeated. The democrats are picking their best candidates this year, right down to the municipalities. Agostino di Duccio, a Florentine sculptor and architectural decora- .or, was one of the foremost of the later fifteenth century. Inland stream pollution for which there is no federal regulation agency, is regarded as the greatest menar.-e to commercial fishing in the United States. C-O-A-L PURITAN WASHED NUT TON CASH WAGNER COAL CO. Phone 986

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