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MARCH 26 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FIFTEEN Sell Your Baby Chicks Now Through Globe-Gazette Want Ads--Phone 3800 Classified Advertising Information cents Â» unp flrtt inaertion. Ten wnta * lint tat each consecutive Â«ab- Â·equent Insertion. (Count flva avcrast words to UÂ» UnÂ«.) Seven insertion are oven tot Uw trtcÂ« of ilx. CLASSIFIED D1BPUVT ADVERTISING TO wits per column Inch eaco insertion. A discount at 15 per cent win bÂ« allowed on ill clmssitted advertisements paid for at tnÂ« time ol insertion or not late* thaa B days thereafter. All out-ol-toww ad! are payabto In ad- rance. All refunds on Want Ads mast tÂ» called tor within jo dayÂ« of the cancellatloa date of UiÂ« order. Answer to "blind" advertisements must DÂ« addressed to the letter stated In tho ad, care of the Globe-Gazette. Under no circumstances will toe Globe-Gazctto reveal UÂ» name of Uiost Inserting "blind'.' advertisements. Minimum cnaruB for Blnglt advertisement, 25 cents. PHONE 3800 bttween t a. m. and 8 p. m. and aak for tbo Ad Taker. INDEX TO CLASSIFIED Classifications are numbered according to the position in which they appear in the section. Agents Apts. for Rent .. Amusements .... Auto Accessurle* Autos for Sale .. Auto stongt Auto Trucks ... 80 Auto Repairing . 81 Beauty Parlors . 16 Board.'Room ... 49 Bonds A 9 Bldg. Materials . 43 Business L. o e Â»* Uon B7 Business Oppor* tunltlea 29 C a f e s , Restaurants 17 Card of Thanks 2 Chiropodists .... 13 Chiropractors ... 14 Cleaners, Dyers . 18 Cottages A46 Death Notices .. l "-KB. Birds, Pets 03 Educational Opportunities ... 40 Electrical Sen-Ice 61 -ployraent Ser- Ice A30 / .rms for Sale . 50 '-arms for Rent .A50 farm Machinery 61 Florist 4 "Â·jfobili Â·..,,.ASS Funeral Directors 3 Furs 19 Garage for Rent 68 Garage for Bale 69 Gardens 41 Gifts 60 Help w a s t e d , Witt Inv. .... JO Help W a n t e d , Female 81 Help w a n t Â« Â« , lisa* Help W a. n t Â« d. Male, Female. .A36 Hide, Wool, Furs 78 Household Goods 73 Houses for sale 47 n Houses for Rent 43 Instruction 38 insurance 11 Investment 10 In Memoriam ..A 2 Job Printing ... 21) Laundries 21 Livestock for Sals Location Wanted Lost and Found Lots for Sale ... Machinery Milk Misc. for Sale .. Misc. for Rent .. Money to Loan S Mortgages 6 Monuments A 4 Moving, storage S3 Musical instr. .. 58 Nursery stock .. Offices for Rent office Equlpt. .. osteopaths ..... Painting. Decor. Personals Â· Photographers .. Plumbing, Htg. . Poultry, Eggs .. Radio Supplies .. Real Estate Wtd. ,,, Rooms for Rent 44 Sale or Trade . A38 Sale or Rent ...A47 Salesladies ..... 34 Salesmen 3r Seeds, Feeds ... 28 Serv. Offered ...A33 Situation Wtd. .. 33 Stamps, Coins ..A74 Stationery ...... 71 Stocks 72 Summer cottages 67 Swap service ... 38 Travel Bureau . .A S Trade or E3ch. , 42 Upholstering .... 86 Wtd, to Borrow 77 Wtd. to Buy ... 75 Wtfl.. Mlsc ATS Wtd. to Rent .. 78 Wearing Apparal 70 Funeral Directors 3 MEYER FUNERAL HOME--Dependable service. 243 Fifth street S. E. Ph. 1505. PATTERSON FUNERAL HOME-A service for those who care. Ambulance. 322 N. Wash, Ph. 1140. RANDALL Funeral Home--Ambulance service. 104 3rd St N. E. Ph. 511. C. E. Snipps. H. B. Major. Florists A COMPLETE line of fresh, homegrown Easter lillies and other plants at fair, reasonable prices. Phone 55, Kembles. Monuments A4 MARK every grave with a monument 'iota Mason City Cut Stone and Mon't Co.. 504 N. Monroe 783. Personals REALSILK Ringless hosiery, new lingerie. Inq. Daugherty, 1215J. FAULTY Posture cramps and interferes with important organs. Wear a Spencer. Ph. 3856. 119% B. State. Lost and Found LOST--Fri. nite between 7, 7:30, white gold wrist watch in ladies' dressing rm., 1st fir., Banford. Return to Globe-Gazette. Reward. REWARD for the return of my brown suit case. Rosetta Brown, 521 21 S. E. LOST--Man's bicycle. Reward for return. Ph. 3038J. LOST--Delta Sigma Phi pin. V. G. W. on back. Ph. 2210. Money to Loan 8 FCRNITCRE LOANS AUTO LOANS COMBINATION LOANS Cars Refinanced and Payments Reduced HOME LOAN FINANCE CO. Second Foor, I. O. F. Bldg. TEW LOAN PLAN $50 FOR S5.25 FOB 5 MOS. C-ourteouB aad confidential service. Asfe any one of our 1,000 satisfied customers. Experienced loan counsellor In charge. SECURITY LOAN COMPANY A\ 1st Nat! Bk. Bldg. 1'h. 112 Money to Loan 8 CHARACTER LOANS -- $50 or more. ?10 is cost of $100 loan. A year to pay. 207% N. Federal. IMMEDIATE LOANS C. L. PINE'S 24 HOCB SERVICE Loans up to $300.00 made anywhere In North Central Iowa on furniture, autos, diamonds, personal property. Repay from your earnings. C. L. Pine Loan Company Weir Bids., Mason City Phone 224 NEED MONEY IN A HURRY? WOULD A LOAN of $800 or less help you to pay bills and have money you need for other purposes f REASONABLE RATES. Liberal Payment Flan and prompt, confidential service for forty-seven years. No obligation for full details SEE US TODAY United Financial Service F. M. HUMPHREY, Mgr. S First St N. W., First Door West of Adams Drug Co. Phone 1414 Beauty Parlors 16 PERMANENT waves $1.80 to $3. Shampoo and finger wave 50c- Ph. SOU, call for Le Moderns Annex. 212'/2 N - Fed. Ave. Painting, Decorating: 24 WOMEN want papering. 4F14. INT. Dec., paperhanging. Ph. 3129. PAPERING, pntg., Stewart, 2436W. Business Opportunities 29 and Cigar Store WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28, 2 P. M. Good location, established business, low overhead. Going business and complete. Not a bankrupt sale. Owner forced to leave state, due to death. CORNER BILLIARD Eagle Grove, Iowa FOR SALE--Potato chip business and equipment, bargain. Season just here. 421-4 S. W. Help Wanted, female 31 WANTED--Waitress, cafe.- Green Mill WANTED--Exp. waitress:^. Apply Surf stand Wednesday. WANTED--Girl for housework. 308 W. State. Ph. 1031J. WANTED--At once, experienced girl for general housework. Must be reliable. 325 Seventh Street Northwest. WANTED--Exp. bookkeeper and office assistant for % time work. Write M-230, Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Girl for general housework. Ph, 1902. Help Wanted, Male 32 WANTED--Exp. waiter. Apply at Surf stand Wednesday. TEA and Coffee route men--Big reliable national company needs 3 more men immediately. Previous experience unnecessary but must be physically able and willing to service 200 steady consumers on protected route and work 8 hours a day. Routes pay up to $37.50 a week. Write Albert Mills, Route Mgr., 3393 Monmouth, Cincinnati, O. MEN owning their own trucks who have previously had county gasoline routes write M-26, Globe-Gazette. WANTED--5 salesmen, salary and 2 auto mechanics (with tools), 1 car painter (gunman), 1 siir.onizer (not polisher). Experienced only need apply. Apply in person. No phone calls. Lapiner Motor Co. WANTED--Experienced Ford mechanic. References required. Write W-20, Globe-Gazette. Situation Wanted 33 EXP. Single man wants work on farm. L. Halverson, 1133 E. State. Services Offered A33 W A N T E D --Paper hanging. W o r k guaranteed. H a r r y Grant. Phone 975. LET Me do your roofing work and save the difference. Ph. 3876. WASHINGS wanted, SI. Ph. 2158W. CHARLES W. COX for windmill and pump work. Phone 2185LW. SHARPEN DISCS on your farm just like they came from the factory. Drop me card. J. H. Westcott, Plymouth, Iowa. MIRRORS--Resilvered. Work guaranteed. 20-4th N. W. Ph. 1460J. ROOKS repaired Phone 3830 Salesmen 35 WANTED--Men to organize sales crew, sell to stores and become distributors for product. See I. G. Briner, Park Inn hotel, Mon., Tuea. Male, Female A3 6 WANTED--Married couple to work on farm, no children. Ed Fritsch, Garner, Iowa. Swap Service 38 Three times or less offering a "SWAP" costs nothing. Tb.n 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 and horse .on general purpose tractor. Write RR-26, Globe-Gazette. SWAP Services for salary steno., switchboard operator, hskpg. Can drive car. Write ZZ-26, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--Dress or rug making for good late style bed. Write KK-24, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--Carpenter work for used car. Write W-24 Globe-Gazette. SWAP Ford roadster suitable for trailer for chickens. Write SS-23, Globe-Gazette. Instruction 39 WE WANT to select a reliable young man, now employed, with foresight, fair education and mechanical inclinations, who is willing to train during spare time or evenings, to qualify as Installation and service expert on all types electric refrigerators. Write fully, giving age, phone, present occupation. S- 26, Globe-Gazette. MEN-Women: Age 18-45. Interested entering government service this and other states. Particulars covering requirements for examinations furnished. Write G-26, Globe-Gazette at once. Trade or Exchange 42 WANT--To trade clear city property for tourist cabins that can be moved to new location. Write X- 26, Globe-Gazette. Rooms lor Rent 44 FOR RENT--2 light hskpg-. rms., 1st fl. 20 4th N. W. Ph. 1460J. FOR RENT--3 unfurn. hskpg. rms. 1st floor adults. 309 E. State. FOR RENT--Rm. for 2 in pri. home. Meals If desired. 3599W. FOR RENT--Good rm. for gentleman, $2. Breakfast 51 extra. 2195J. FOR RENT--Light Ph. 2867LJ. hskpg. room. FOR RENT--Slpg. rm. in mod. home for 1 or 2 gentlemen. Home conveniences, washing and board if desired. Garage. Phone 2158W. FOR RENT--Furn. slpg. rm. 3934W FOR RENT--Furn. hskpg. rm., pri. ent. Close in. 404 6 NW. Ph. 2867J. Apts. tor Rent 45 FOR.RENT--Unrarn. apt. 14 5 NE. FOR RENT--Front apt. K. C. bldg. fireproof. Reasonable rent. J. A. Sullivan. Ph. 83 or 1919. FOR RENT -- Clean front apt. Everything furnished. Adults. 221 North Georgia, FOR RENT--3 room modern apartment, furnished or unfurnished. Frigidaire. 322 Third Northwest. Phone 1961. FOR RENT--3 furn. rm. apt. and private bath. No children. 420 9N. W. FOR RENT^r-Fum. 3 room and bath apt., for 2 or 3 working people, 525. Phone 210. FOR RENT--2 rm. furn. apt. 302 14' N. W. Ph. 2663J. FOR KENT--Small furnished apartment. Lights, gas, heat and water supplied. A cozy place for two. Close in. Immediate possession. See WINDERS at IOWA XEA CO. FOR RENT 2 room unfurnished apt. 4 windows. Over I. G. A. FOR RENT--Very desirable 4 rm. apt. River Hgts. Ph. 24 or 973. FOR RENT--S rm. furn. apt. 1626 S. Penn. Ph. 2357. FOR RENT--Apts., fum. or unfurn. See J. B. Youngblood. Ph. 36. Houses ior Rent 46 FOR RENT--Furn. bung. Ph. 867. FOR BENT--6 room house, 15SO North Madison, $20. Immediate possession. Lepper Jewelry Co. FOR RENT--535 5 rm. mod. bung., close in. See it. W. L. Patton, 109 E. State. FOR RENT--4 rm. all mod. bung, with garage $22 month. Ph. 896. RENT YOUR HOME from Briar List your property with Briar Buy a home from Briar. Ph 3414. Farm Machinery 51 FOR SALE--Farm equipment and will rent 80 acre farm. Write T-23, Globe-Gazette. FOR SALE -- 10 ft. McCormick Deering tandem disc, one 8 ft. McCormick Deering tandem disc, used, very good condition. H. Fischer, Meservey, Iowa. Farm Machinery 51 FOR SALE--500 bu. steel grain bin on skids. 0. A. Muhlsteln, Rockwell. FOR SALE INTERNATIONAL, TANDEM 16 DISC and EMERSON 2 BOTTOM 14-INCH TRACTOR PLOW Good condition. To be sold at HANLONTOWN STREET SALE WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28 S. J. FURNESS Livestock for Sale 52 FOR SALE -- Good work horse. Clarence W. Steil, 6 miles east FOR SALE--2 sows and 10 pigs 2 weeks old. Ph. 2185J. FOR SALE--1 black gelding colt, coming 3 years old. Also soy beans. Ernest Wltte, Rockwell, la. FOR SALE--Black horse, 5 years, w.elght 1760. weight 1760. 91/2 Miles north ot Swaledale FOK SALE--Jersey bulls. 1 Majesty bred from 526 Ib. b. f. dam. Also yearling grandson of Sophie's Emily. Sired by proven sire, out of high record dam. Ganger's Dairy, Rockford, Iowa. Misc. for Sale 55 FOR SALE--250 bushel velvet barley, also logold oats. F. W. Stover, 6 miles south of Ventura. FOR SALE--Moore gas heater for 70,000 cubic feet capacity, almost new, $40. See It at P. G. and E., Clear Lake. FOR SALE--Porch screens and garage doors. Ph. 1255. FOR SALE--Home grown medium red clover seed. L. S. Dorchester. Phone 22F12, Clear Lake. Trade in your old worn-out ROLLER SKATES on a new pair. LINDQUIST'S 620 S. Federal Phono 831 HEAVY MATS SIZE 18'/ 2 x21 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. GOOD CLEAN COAL Fair Prices Just Try One Ton ALLISON COAL Phone 431 Foods A55 FOR SALE--Cobbler potatoes, good size J1.15 per 100 Ib. bag. Earl's Fruit Market, 1603 S. Fed. Ph. 1138. FOR SALE--Green Mountain potatoes, 50c, 75c and ?1 bushel. 3 mi. SW Mason City. A. M. Dougan. FOR SALE--^Seed Potatoes--First year Early Ohios and Cobblers, grown from Red River Valley North Dakota, certified seed, $1.10 per bu. in 100 Ib. bags. T. O. Rye Sons, miles northwest Hanlontown, la. Garage for Rent 68 FOR* RENTES elect garage. 1238. Household Goods 73 FOR SALE--Singer sewing- machine, elec. radio and battery radio. 639 S. Jackson. Poultry, Eggs 74 FOR SALE--Turkey eggs, pen 1, choice stock, 20c each; pen 2, lOc each. W. Z. Button. Ph. 26F4, Clear Lake. THIS IS TRADE WEEK at our house. Will trade 500 Brown Leg., 500 Buff Orp., 500 assorted, started chicks for corn, oats, pigs, young cattle, springers, etc. We have several used brooder houses for sale. Phone 2041. Mason City Hatchery. BABY CHICKS and started chicks. Hatches Mon. and Thurs. .All Iowa accredited chicks. Grady Hatchery, Kockford, Iowa. Phone No. 133. Certificate of Compliance No. 2126. Wanted to Buy 75 WE Pay highest prices for furniture, stoves, men's shoes, clothes or any useful article you have. B. 0. Exchange. Ph. 1216. WANTED--230 gal. lubricating tank with pump. Log Cabin Oil. Wanted to Buy 75 HIGHEST cash prices paid lor old gold watch cases, dental scrap. Blanchard's Jewelry. Wanted to Borrow 77 WANTED--To borrow $2,000 or $Z,5GO on property near Ventura. Good garden. A. H. Cooley, Box 114, Ventura, Iowa. Autos for Sale 79 FOR SALE--1928 4 dooi- Chevrolet sedan, good tires, reasonable. Call 1440 or 15 S. Commercial Ave. FOR SALE--Repossessed '29 Standard Bulck coach, clean. ?200. Terms-trade. F. E. Games, Park Inn. FOB. SALE--Nash roadster, A-l condition, by owner. Write L-26, ilobe-Gazette. H H USED CAR CENTS A few good ones and some not so good: 1--1982 Chev. Cch. (clean) 1--1932 Chcv. Sport Coupe (clean) 1--1930 Willys-Knight Sedan (good) 1--1929 Nash Cpe. (good) 1--1928 Essex Cch. (good) 1--1927 Chev. Landau Sedan (fair) 1--1927 Whippet Roadster (not so good) 1--1926 Model T Roadster (not so good) GILDNER'S HUPMOBILE SALES and SERVICE 10 4th N. E. Ph. 488 Highest Value! USED CARS Lowest Prices! 1932 V-8 Ford Coupe (clean and ready to go) $385 1929 Oakland Coach (ex good).$285 19S1 Pont. Coach, good, clean.$315 1931 Dodge Coupe with rumble scat. See this car and save SS$ 1931 Ford Coach (runs good).$275 1931 Ford truck (exceptionally good) $385 GET YOUR CAR READY FOB SPRING Service Special to March 31 FOR .$8.25 WE WILL Grind valves, clean carbon. Clean gas line, adjust carburetor. Inspect, adjust ignition. Clean spark plugs on any Ford 4 cylinder car. WAGNER MOTOR CO FORD SALES AX.WAYS TIIE BEST BUYS IN USED CABS 1929 Chevrolet Coach, per feet. 1928 Pont. Coach, good. 1932 Ply. P. BL Sed., like new. 1932 Dodge D. L. Coupe, extra clean. 1930 Chev. Truck, l|/ 2 ton, good. See these buys before deciding. You will like them. MARSTON'S i/ 2 Blk. E. Hanford Hotel Telephone 162 WE'RE KNOCKING 'EM COLD EVERYONE IS HUDSON TERRAPLANE WILD LOOK AT THESE TRADEINS '33 Chevrolet Coach. Save . '33 Chevrolet Coupe. Save .. '32 Chevrolet Coach ?375 '32 Pacemaker Sedan. Save .. $100 '31 W.-Knight Sedan. Like new. '81 Dodge 6. Al. 6WW. Special. '31 Hudson 8 De Luxe. Only $395 '31 Auburn Custom Sedan .. $450 '29 Hudson Coupe. Radio ... $275 '30 Chev. Coach. Perfect $225 '31 Super Six Coach. Al $285 '28 Essex Coach. Trunk $ 95 '29 Buick Master Sedan $145 '28 Packard Sedan. Al $195 Essex Speedster. New tires .. $125 40 Others. All Makes and Models. See Us Before You Buy. Lapiner Motor Company Auto Trucks 80 FOR SALE -- 1932 International model A-3, short wheelbase, sin- jle tires. International Motor Trucks. Ph. 20. FOR SALE--1929 Ford truck in good condition. S. R. Chevrolet Co., Inc. Auto Accessories 82 FOR SALE--Truck box cheap. Schermerborn No. 2 farm. WANTED--Used furn., stoves and rugs. Graham 2nd hand store, next to Strand theater. Ph 301. WANTED--Young pony 900 pounds. Quenten Love, Gamer, Iowa. WANTED--To buy--Wood and coal range. Write J-26, Globe-Gazette, TRUCKERS ATTENTION --New 32x6 H. D. 12-ply truck tire and H. D. tube $25. Liberty Stores, Clear Lake, Iowa. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE Al! annual elly licenses expire March 31. If you are operating under a city license, anil plan to continue the business, please attend to the license renewal oefore April 1. 1834. J. H. McEWEN, Clto CltrK, ACROSS 1--To please or caln 6--A bonlto (Samoa! U--Priest oibbr.i 12--Breaking cereal H--Near 15--Roundness 17--A biblical character 19--Distinguished service order (abbr.) 20--To say or utter wildly 22--A lock or curl (French) 24--Closer uy 2G--Hypothetical force 27--Deputy lieutenant (abbr.l ZS--Pleased expressions of taci 31--Past participle of repay 34--A narrow way or path 85--To Imitate 87--A biblical character 38--To sprout or bud 41--New Testament (abbr,! 3--Revokes 44--Bone' 45--Human bodies 46--Thicknesses of anything laid on any surface DOWN 1--A cereal J--Either 3--Working Implements 4--Head covering 6--A study (French) 6--The wife of Zethus ,7--A highly esteemed sparoli) flah of China. 8--One who holds extreme opinions 9--Musical note 10--A weasel-Ilk* carnivore 13--Master of natural science (ftbhr.) 15--The milling on the edga of n coin J6--The length In yards, as of silk 18--The odor exhaled by plants 21~An ancient Greek town In Lucanla. Italy 23--Observe 25--Before 28--Turn from a direct line 29--Sly oblique looks 30--Coarse hulled Indian corn* 31--Pertaining to a kidney 32--A girl's name 33--Refuse or impurity 36--Pastry 39--A make of auto 40--Wing-like formation 42--Toward (4--Either Aruwer to prvvioui puzil* RED CROSS TO MEET APRIL 9 Prominent Speakers to Appear on Program at Washington. The preliminary program for the national convention of the American Red Cross to be held in Washington, D. C., April 9-12, has been received by the Cerro Gordo county chapter. Special rates to members certified by the chapters are available and further details will be given to those who wish to attend any or all the sessions by telephoning the home service headquarters, 200 North Federal building. Harry L. Hopkins, federal relief administrator and one-time manager of the Southern division of the Red Cross, will be among the speakers, as will also Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt, who is honorary chairman of the national committee on volunteer service. John Barton Payne, chairman of the Red Cross by appointment by four presidents of the United States, wiU be among the speakers. Program Given. Monday morning, April 9--Navy band concert; address by Chairman Payne; report of the years stewardship by Vice Chairman Frieser- Junior orator representing 7000,000 members of the Junior Red Cross; first plenary session Afternoon--Group consideration to public health nursing and home hygiene, first aid and life saving, war service, disaster relief and civilian home service. Evening session -- The distinguished speakers will be Harry L. Hopkins, federal emergency relief administrator, and Rabbi William F. Rosenblum of New York City. Reception to the delegates by the central committee. Tuesday morning, April 10-- Readjustments to follow present condition in the U. S." "Rehabilitation of health work in the TJ. S." "The outlook in public education." Afternoon--"Obligations a Chapter assumes when it accepts its charter." "A Chapter in Action." Evening session--Annual dinner, Willard hotel. Wednesday morning, April .11-Roll call and address by Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt. Afternoon--Luncheons for Nursing Service, Volunteer Service and Executive Secretaries. Individual conferences with national staff. Evening session--Red Cross pageant. Thursday morning, April 12-Final plenary session, presentation of flag to state with largest percentage of Red Cross members. Presentation of Crosby Junior Rel Cross banner. Concluding address by Allan V. Heely, chapter chairman, and Dr. Thomas E. Green. To Hold Institute, At the close of the convention a special Red Cross institute will be held for home service workers-both inexperienced and trained workers, at St. Elizabeth's hospital, Washington,, on April 12, 13 and 14, Dr. William A. White, superin tendent, has arranged the first so clal workers* institute to be given CHARGED WITH SMUGGLING GUN b r o t h e r of Illinois State Health Commissioner Under Arrest CHICAGO, March 26. OP--Harold Jlrka, brother of Dr. Frank Jirka, :hc state commissioner of health, vas arrested today and charged with smuggling a revolver Into the cell of Frank O'Gara in the county iail last week. Jirka was arrested at his home at 3 a. m., deputy sheriffs removing the front door from its hinges when he refused to open it He was locked in the county jail. Sheriff William D. Myering-. who ordered the arrest, said O'Gara's cellmate. Carl De Salvo, had furnished tie information alleged to mplicate Jirka. The sheriff said De Salvo made a. 20 page written statement asserting Jirka had visited the jail Friday and given O'Gara :he loaded revolver on promise of "a reward." De Salvo himself was a client of Jirka, but was not involved in the same charges. O'Gara, a paroled convict, is held for robbery- Attorneys visiting the county jail are permitted to call at the cells of their clients and converse through the bars. Glenwood Petition Opposed to Locating Liquor Store There GLENWOOD, March 26. (JFt--. Planning an organized protest to Governor Herring against location of a state operated liquor store here, 200 persons, many of them women, were circulating petitions today against the proposed store. Herring: has been quoted as saying stores will not be located where large adverse sentiment exists. at this hospital. The Cerro Gordo county has a membership of 585 in the American Red Cross and In addition receives support for its local work from the community chesl in Mason City. It has had a particularly heavy year's work In Its regular services and In addition has participated in the Red Cross national program for training CWA workwers in first aid and in reestablishing home hygiene classes locally in co-operation with the public health nursing service. Charter No. 2574 IlÂ«serve Distrtc.tJSii.3 REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Of Mason City, In the State of Iowa, at the close of business on March 5, 1934. ASSETS Loans and discounts Overdrafts United States Government securities owned.. Other bonds, stocks, and securities owned... Customers' liability on account of letters of ?2,028,C98.2S 280.10 1,270,370.9* .1,886,598.8-1 credit Banking house, 5400,000.00; furniture and fixtures, none Real estate owned other "than banking house Reserve with Federal Reserve Bank Cash in vault and balances with other banks Outside checks and other cash items Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due from U. S. Treasurer Other assets TOTAL LIABILITIES Demand deposits, except V. S. Government deposits, public funds and deposits of other banks , Time deposits, except postal savings, public funds and deposits of other banks. Public funds of States, comities, school districts, or other subdivisions or municipalities .' United States Government and postal savings deposits Deposits of other banks, including certified and cashiers' checks outstanding Total of items 15 to 19: (a) Secured by pledge of investments...? 911,480.18 (b) Not secured by pledge of loans and or investments 5,330,356.19 (c) TOTAL DEPOSITS ._ $6,241,836.37 Circulating notes outstanding Letters of Credit guaranteed Interest, taxes, and other expenses accrued and unpaid Other liabilities Capital account: Common stock, 5000 shares, par 5100.00 per share Surplus , Undivided profits--net Reserves for contingencies TOTAL, Including Capital Account.. 2,000.00 400,000.00 71,524.95 299,375.69 1,243,110.43 2,660.72 12,500.00 176,734.92 $7,393,854.87 R079.88S.21 2,469,685.69 336,768.88. 910,198.32 445,295.27 248,920.00 2,000.00' 61,704.22 25,109.50' United States Government securities Other bonds, stocks and securities TOTAL PLEDGED (excluding rediscounts) Pledged: (a) Against circulating notes outstanding (b) Against U. S. Government and postal savings deposits (c) Against public funds of States, counties, school districts, or other subdivisions or municipalities (d) Against deposits of trust departments 5 528,750.00 901,302.68 $1,430,052.66 5 250.000.00 1,147,642.17 27,368.30 5,042.19 - $1,430,052.66-. U) TOTAL PLEDGED STATE OF IOWA, COUNTY OF CERRO GORDO, Ss! I. W. W. Boyd, Cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear.' that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. W. W. BOYD, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 26th day of March, 1934. A. M. HALSOR, Notary Public. Correct--Attest: ' ; W. G. C. BAGLEY, C. A. PARKER, R. P. SMITH, Directors. NOTE: "In conformity with law, the foregoing statement reflects only the condition of the books as of March 5, 1934, and does not give effect to the revision of capitalization to be voted on by the shareholders 'Â· or the changes incident thereto In the accounts oÂ£ aasets and liabilities," 3 I 500,000.00 250,000.00 26,564.90. 37,719.88 $7,393.854.87' MEMORANDUM: Loans "and "investments Pledged to Secure Liabilities.