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APRIL 16 I 11934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FIFTEEN Sell Your Baby Chicks Now Through Globe-Gazette Want Ads--Phone 3800 Classified Advertising Information Fllteen cents a one Ilrat Insertion. Ten cents a line lor each consecutive «no- acquent Insertion. (Count *lvo average words to tlw tine.) Seven insertions are given for the orlce of six. CLASSIFIED D1SPLAT ADVERTISING TO cents per column Inch eacb insertion. A discount o! IS per cent will h» allowed ·on all classified advertisements paid for at the time or Insertion or not later than 0 days thereafter. No credit extended tor classified advtr- tislne It there !» an account thirty dw« old or more. All out-of-town» aa» a« payabl* In id- All refunds on Want Ails must t» called for within 80 days ol the cancellation date of the order. Answer to "hllnd" aavertlsemenu must BO addressed to tie letter stated In the ad. care ot the Globe-Gazette. Under no circumstances will the tilobe-uazetto reveal the came ot those Inserting ··blind" advertlse- m Mlnimum crane .lor "taglii advertisement, 25 cents. Money to Loan MONEY FOR ALL PURPOSES We make cash loans up to $300 on your auto or furniture. Cars refinanced and payments reduced. HOME LOAN is FINANCE CO. 2nd Floor I.O.F. Bldg. FAMILY FINANCING is a problem quickly and pleasantly solved by UNITED FINANCIAL SERVICE You'll be surprised how readily your needs will be supplied and how easily the repayment of your loan is made. Let us explain our plans and service. United Financial Service 8 First St. N. W-, First Door West of Adams Drug Co. I'hone 1414 INDEX TO CLASSIFIED Classifications are numbered according to the position to which they appear In the section. DO YOU NEED MONEY T $10 $50 $100 $200 FURNITURE LOANS SALAEY LOANS AUTO LOANS DIAMOND LOANS SECURITY LOAN CO. 321 1st Nat'l Bldg. Ph. 412 Beauty Parlors 16 PERMANENT waves $1.60 to $8. Shampoo and finger wave 50c. Pb. SOU, call for Le Moderne Annex. 212'/j N. Fed. Ave, Painting, Decorating 24 GET Dan, tie Paint Man. 2835W. Acreagen A48 Houses for Rent 46 Agents so Instruction 3! Apts. for Rent .. 45 insurance 1^ Amusements .... 7 Investment 10 Auto Accessories 82 In Diemorlam . .A 2 Autos tor Sato .. 79 Job Printing ... 20 Auto Storage ...A79 Laundries Auu Trucks ... 8u Livestock for Sale Auto Repairing . SI Location wanted Beauty Parlors . 16 Lost and Found Board. Room ... 19 Lots tor Sale ... Bonds A 9 Machinery Bldg. Materials . 43 Milk Business L o c »- Misc. for Sale .. tl OQ 37 Misc. for Bent Business Oppor- Money to Loan tunlUca 29 Mortgages 8 C a f e s . Restau- Monuments .....A 4 rants 17 Moving, Storage Card of Thanhs 2 Musical Instr. .. Chiropodists 13 Nursery Stock .. Chiropractors ... 14 Offices tor Rent Cleaners, Dyers . 18 Office Eoulpt. .. Cottages A46 Osteopaths -- ·· - painUne, Decor. Personals ...... Photographers .. Plumbing, Htg. . Poultry, BBgs .. Radio Supplies .. Real Estate Wtd. Rooms for Rent Sale or Trade Sale or Rent Salesladies ... Salesmen ..... Seeds. Feeds /. Serv. .Offered Situation Wtd. Stamps, Coins Stationery Stocks Summer Cottages Swap Service ... as Travel Bureau . .A ft Trade or Excb. . 42 DeaU) Notices Dogs. Birds, Pets 53 Educational OPT portunltles ... 40 Electrical service 61 Employment Service ... ....... A30 Farms for Sale . 50 Farms tor Rent .A50 Farm Machinery 61 Florteti ........ 4 · Foods ..... ..... A55 . Funeral Directors 3 Furs ..... :...-.;. 19 Garage for Rent 68 Garage for Sale 69 Garden! ........ 41 Gifts ........... 60 Help W a n t e d , Wits Inv. .... SO ..A38 ..A47 .. 34 .. 35 .. 28 ..A33 .. 33 ..ATI 71 72 67 Help w a n t e d , Fe 'emale .Help w a n t e d , Help W a n t e d , Male, Female. .A36 Hide, Wool, Purs 78 Household - Goods 73 Houses for Sale 47 Upholstering 59 Wtd. to Borrow 77 Wtd. to Buy ... 75 Wtd.. Mlsc A75 Wtd. to Rent .. 76 Wearing Apparel 70 PAPER'G., Paint'g. Klarr. 2163W. CALL William C. Younker for real Painting and Paper'ing-. Ph. 2338. PAPER'G., Paint'g. Stewart, 2436W. Business Opportunities 29 FOR SALE--Restaurant equipment, will sacrifice. 1st ?100 takes it. Otto Goetzinger, Marble Rock, Iowa. Swap Service 38 Three times or less offering a "SWAP" costs nothing. Th« 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 good light 5 pass, car for roadster, racer or motorcycle. Write JJ-16, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--Horses for cows, calves or sheep. Write ZZ-13, Globe-Gazette. Rooms for Rent 44 Autos for Sale 79 X X X USED CARS WORTH THE MONEY 2--1930 Chevrolet Coaches. You can't beat. 3--1928 Chevrolet Coaches. See them. 1--1936 Chevrolet Sedan. A buy. 1--192U Plymouth Sedan. Like new. 1--1928 Dodge Fast 4 Coupe. Wonderful. I--1928 Nash Coupe, A dandy. 1--1928 Oakland Sedan. Clean. 30 More Good Automobiles to Choose From. 2--1929 Ford Ij/j-Ton Trucks. Both good. 1--1929 Chevrolet l'/ 2 -Ton Truck. Fine. 1--1928 Chevrolet 1-Ton Truck. Worth the money. We Sell and Trade Fair -- Open Evenings MARSTON'S 1/2 BLOCK EAST OF HANFOBD HOTKL I'HONE 1C! FOR RENT- 9 N. W. -Mod. hskpg. rras., 12 FOR RENT--Furn. rm. Ph. 1679W FOR RENT-- Furnish light keeping rooms. 414 East State FOR RENT--Nice room for 2, clos in. $1.50 each. Ph. 2195J. . FOR RENT--2 It. hskpg. rras. with slpg. porch. 210 N. Adama. FOR RENT--Furn. rm. with ki chenette 1st. floor. Adults. 22 3 N. E. FOR RENT--3 furn. light hskp rm. 638 S. Federal. FOR RENT--2 furn. light rms., 1st fl., pri. ent. Also 3 rm furn. or unfurn. apt. 9 S. Monroe. FOR RENT--Furn. hg. nns. 2867W Apts. for Rent 4 FOR RENT--3 rms. and bath furn apt. reasonable. Call 210. FOR RENT--Furn. apt, 712 N. Mac FOR SALE -- Blacksmith equipment. North Iowa shop towi Good location. Cheap rent. Write S-16, Globe-Gazette GET INTO business for yourself. Have good movie house near Mason City. $500 will handle or would trade for real estate. Bock Bros. Co., Mason City, Iowa. FOR SALE--Corn shop doing good business. Reasonably priced. Good reason for selling. Write Z-14, Globe-Gazette. Help Wanted, Female 31 WANTED--Waitress Town Talk. WANTED--Girl for housework. N. Jeff. Help Wanted, Male 32 WANTED--Oil station attendant. State exp. give ref. Write L-16 Globe-Gazette. Funeral Directors 3 MEYER FUNERAL HOME--Dependable service 243 Fifth street S. E. Pfc, 1505. PATTERSON FUNERAL HOME-A service for those who care. Ambulance. 322 N. Wash. Ph. 1140. 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, Illinois. BANDALb Funeral Home--Ambulance service. 104 3rd St. N. B. Ph. 511. C. B. Enipps. H. B. Major. Florists WHEN You want grass seed, shrubs, plants and selected hothouse flowers, call 55, Kemble'a Greenhouse. Monuments A4 IF YOU WANT TO GET YOUR GROCEPJES and household supplies at wholesale, and a wonderful chance to make $32.50 a week besides, send me your name immediately. No experience necessary. New Ford Sedan given to producers. Albert Mills, 6424 Monmoutb, Cincinnati, Ohio. FOR RENT--5 room mod. front ap over Sweet Shop cafe. Call 598. FOB KENT--Clean 1 room apan nient. E v e r y t h i n g 1 urnishei Adults. Also garage. 221 Nort Georgia. FOB BENT--Mod. furn. 2 rm. apt 1st fl., pri. ent., pri. toilet, Phon and refrigerator In connection. Ph 4261. FOR RENT--Choice apt. Rent rea sonable. Globe-Gazette apts. Ph Mr. Wilson, 762. FOR RENT--Apts., furn. or unfurn See J. B. Youngblood. Ph. 36. Houses for Rent 4 FOR RENT--5 nn. mod. bung. 81 Elm Drive. Inquire Northern Lum her Co. FOR RENT--535, modern home new, 5 rms. and bath, garage W. L. Fatten, 109 E. State. FOR RENT--Furn. house. 517 4t S. E. Ph. 2501J RENT YOUR HOME from Bria List your property with Bria Buy a home from Briar. Ph. 3414 Cottages A46 FOR SALE, Rent, Trade--Clear L cottage. Box 167, Hampton. WANTED--Exp. excavator and blade operators, plow shakers cat skinners 60s. Apply at once. Na. tional Re-Employment, old postof- fice. Houses for Sale 41 FOB SALE--On a good lot in Midland Heights we will build and finance a small modern home for a reliable party that can make a small down payment. M. M. Moon Co., 818 S. Pres. Ph. 837. Situation Wanted 33 MARK every grave with a monument from Mason City Cut Stone and Mon't Co., 504. N. Monroe 783. Personals SPENCERS are individually designed, therefore correct for the woman who is to wear it. Ph. 3856. Lost and Found LOST--Large white dog, part Chesapeake, '34 license. Reward. Ph. 3482W. LOST--ON North Federal, ladies tan kid glove for right hand. Ph. 2413. LOST--Fox female terrior pup, black, white and brown. WTiite tip on tail. If found call 3722J. 810 9th Jv. W. LOST--Ladies' moss agate ring, silver mounting, Billy's Casino or Northwestern. Rew'd. 213-': S. Fed. ASH, rubbish and dirt hauling and basements cleaned. Ph. 2782. WANTED--Work on farm by young boy. Exp. 321 2nd. S. W. Services Offered A33 Garden plowing. Dan King. 1547J. Sheep to Shear, Ph. 1-F11 or write Bert Closson, Rt. 3, Mason City. WANTED -- Paperhanging, work guaranteed. Harry Grant. Phone 975. GARDEN PLOWING and manure for sale. Phone 3254. GUAR'D. Washings, SI. Ph. 2463W. Salesmen 35 LdST--Men's rimless glasses week _ ago. Reward. Ph. 3676J. Money to Loan 8 CHARACTER LOANS -- $50 or more. $10 is cost of $100 loan. A year to pay. 207'/i N. Federal. IMMEDIATE LOANS C. L. PINE'S 24 HOUR SERVICE loans up to S380.00 made anywhere in North Central Iowa on furniture, autos, diamonds, personal property. Repay from your earnings. C. L. Pine Loan Company Weir Bldg., Mason City Phone 224 WANTED--5 automobile salesmen for city and territory. Must be experienced In selling and have following. Pay highest commissions and weekly drawing account. See Mr. Smith, Eadmar hotel between 12 and 1 p. m. Tuesday. Male, Female A3 6 WANTED--Experienced fur solicitor or will train energetic responsible person. Must have reputable references. 221 No. Federal avenue. Business Location 37 FOR RENT--Block bldg., 30x40, suitable for car rep., paint shop or storage. Kehm Land Co. Ph. 827, eve. 3934W. Swap Service 38 SWAP--Radio for paperhangkur. Write TT-14,' Globe-Gazette. Acreage A48 FOR SALE--An exceptional 5 acres with very good improvements, lots of fruit and flowers, close in. Small down payment, balance like rent. Might consider a good clear lot as part payment or what have you? See J. B. Youngblood. Ph. 36. Farms for Sale 50 FOR FARM Bargains see T. Gilpin, Northwood, Iowa. W. Farm Machinery 51 FOR SALE--Allis Chalmers tractor and four-bottom plow. Milton Jensen. One mile north of Ventura, Livestock for Sale 52 FOR SALE--Spotted Poland sows, cholera immune farrow, April and May. Ph. 4 on '" ~ ' Nora Springs. 40. Ed Schlosser, Misc. for Sale 55 Supplies, Tires and Repairs for all Bicycles, Wagons, Tricycles, Scooters, Etc. LINDQUIST'S 620 S. Federal Phone 831 FOR SALE--4 wheel and 2 wheel trailer and trailer hitch. 639 S. Jackson. FOR SALE--Carpet warp. 1779J. FOR SALE -- Stepping stones, crushed rock, black dirt, 3733J. FOE SALE--Well rotted mulching for lawns and gardens. Garden plowing. Guy Smith. Phone 27S1JS. FOR SALE--S h.p. garden tractor and implements, 1 horse cultlva- or, coal brooder stove. 924 Fifteenth Southeast. Misc. for Sale 55 FOll SALB--RASPBERRY AND STRAWBERRY PLANTS Popular varieties. State Inspected No shipping or packing charges Reasonable prices. WALROD GARDENS Clear Lake, Iowa Phone 237 FOR SALE--Guaranteed oil lOc q 5 gal. ?1.25 Bring container. Tri piloll Oil Co., 421 4th S. W. NURSERY STOCK Fine fruit, evergreen, windbrea and ornamental trees. Shrubs, vine perennials, etc. All good size an dug fresh when ordered. Priced t sell. Maple Hill Nursery, Springs, Iowa. Now HEAVY MATS, Size 18'/ 2 x21 2 CENTS EACH 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 bougnt for only 2 cents each. Call Business Office. Globe-Gazette. Foods A5 FOR SALE]--Seed potatoes, firs year Early Ohios and Cobblers grown from Red River Valley Nortt Dakota. Certified seed $1.10 pe- bu Good table potatoes 75c per bu. bags free or lOc less without bags T. O. Rye Sons, IVi miles north west Hanlontown, Iowa. FOR SALE--Early tatoes. Ph. 17F31. Ohio seed po FOR SALE No. 1 Early Ohio potatoes, bag $1 Good eating potatoes, Cobblers, bai $1.08. Better Cobblers, bag ?1.S5 Better Cobblers, peck 25c. Cabbage, new, 8 Ibs 25 Carrots, 10 Ibs 25 Onions, 10 Ibs 25 Grapefruit, large size, 6 for .. .25 Oranges, very sweet, doz. 25 Popcorn (sure pop), 6 Ibs 25 Gladioli bulbs, finest mixed, 50 for 25 Apples, Winesaps, 5 Ibs 25e Garden seeds, finest, In bulk, rea sonable. Purchases Must Be Satisfactorj or Money Refunded. EARLS FRUIT MARKET 160S S. Fed. Phone 1138 Also Nora Springs Office Equipt. 64 FOR SALE--A. B. Dick mimeograph, good condition ?25. Incj. ·lobe-Gazette. 'OR SALE--2 office safes and of- ice desk. Ph. 1779J. 'OR SALE--Adding machine, cash register, addressograph, flat top esk, office chairs, show cases, etc. ildner Bros. Household Goods 73 'OR SALE--Combination gas and coal or wood range. 635 S. Mass, r Ph. 2997J. 'OR SALE--Hshld. furn., dishes, kitchen utensils, 3 stoves, 703 S. 'enn. FURNITURE STORAGE Clean and Dry Storage Room PHONE 301 Graham Furniture Store OR SALE--Electric 8 tube Crosley radio, davenport, 3 dresses sizes 8, 40, 20. 1302 N. Washington. ALES Special, beds 51 and up; springs 75c and up; new mat- resses ,$5.75; cots S1.50 and up. B. 0. Exchange. 1408 N. Fed. Poultry, Eggs 74 FOB SALE iant Bronze Turkey Eggs--Pen 1, 2flc each; pen 2, lOc each. V. Z. Dutton, Clear Lake Iowa Phone 'inter Bros., 26F4, Mason City Autos for Sale 7! SEE -Wagner Motor Company anc buy that used car for only $1.00 down 12 months to pay. H H H H H USED CAK CENTS 1-1932 Pontiac Coupe (very clean) 1-1932 Chev. Coupe (very clean) 1-1932 Clicv. Coach (very very clean) 2-1930 Ford Tudors 1-1930 Willys-Knight Sedan (fair) 1-1928 Durant Coupe (good for the money) 1-3928 Essex Coach (worth the money) 1-1927 Oldsmoblle Cedi:n (a bargain) 1-1927 Essex Coach (not so good) 1-1926 Ford Roadster (will pass) These cars listed will make someone cheap transportation for the coming year. Drop In and take a look Won't cost you a cent to do that. Seeing is believing GILDNER'S HUPMOBILE SALES and SERVICE 10 4th St. N. E. Ph. 488 Auto Trucks 80 FOR SALE--1932 Ford long wheelbase, dual wheel panel trunk $425. S R Chev. Co. Inc. FOR SALE--International 1931 164 inch wheelbase 32x6 heavy duty duals. International Motor Trucks. Ph. 20. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL In District Court, January Teiro, 11*34. STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo County, as. No. 4i507. To AH \\Tioni It May Cmitwrn: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED. That ai instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament or Henry C. (H C.) Peterson, deceased, dated November 7th 1933, having been this day Hied, opened ant read. Monday the 7th day of May, 1934 Is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Mason city. Iowa, before the District Court of said County or thf Clerk of said Court: and at 2 o'clock P. M. of the day above mentioned, nil persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause, if any they have, why said instrument should not be robated and allowed as and for the l Vill and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Mason City, Iowa, April 6th, 193-1. S. H. MacPEAK, Clerk of District Court. By--Margaret RIley, Deputy. REVIVE DEPOSIT INSURANCE BILL loosevelt F a v o r s Act as Against Paying Closed Bank Depositors. WASHINGTON, April 16. (m-- Two personal appeals by President -toosevelt are about to bring action m the now dusty federal deposit in- lurance bill. Members of the house banking :ommittc3 said today they expected o report the measure out next week at the latest. It would continue for another year the present temporary guarantee on all deposits up to 2.500. Word of this intent followed close after the administration had turned numbs down on proposals to have .he government pay depositors mil- ions of dollars now frozen in closed iankg. Mr. Roosevelt's intervention ap- jarently saved the complete block- ng of the deposit insurance bill. It lassed the senate a month ago. The cirs that had been expressed in the louse committee were that if the emporary provisions were continued or another year, it might become ort of a habit to keep pushing the xtensions from year to year until inally the plan would be dropped. Wanted to Buy 75 IGHEST cash prices paid for old gold watch cases, dental scrap, lanchard'a Jewelry. 'ANTED TO BUY--Inboard motor launch. Give full details first let- r. Write Y-16 Globe-Gazette. 'ANTED--10 acres or less, cash, ate location and price. Write L-14 lobe-Gazette. Wanted to Rent 76 'ANTED -- To rent furnished house. Call Eastman. Ph. 1567. owa Deputy Game Wardens to Start Wearing Uniforms DBS MOINES. April 16. UP)-- 'lans for uniforming Iowa's 40 eputy game wardens about June 15 ·ere announced today by State Game Warden I. T. Bode. The game warden said that after that date the deputy game wardens would wear forest green uniforms similar to those now worn by U. S. foresters. DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE 10 K 2.2 IS 13 Z.7 3Z. 3G 44 37 44- 23 16 61 31 ACROSS 1--Female servant 6--To separate into parts by forct 11--A river In Egypt 12--A rank or row tn a series U--Either 16--A small, active, wiry doe 18--A musical note 19--One who reaps -0--Ocean (abbr.) 22--Originated 23--Period of time 34--Steamship (abbr. 25--Tensile strength (abbr.j 27--A single action 29--Meals 33--To scatter as eeed 35--A small North African plane 36--Like 37--Pantries 39--Pronoun »0--Piece of glass 41--Connections 3--Desires H--A long, narrow piece of leather DOWN S--Printer's measure 3--Saltpeter 4--Strips or wood fastened across other material a--An Inflammatory eruption OD the skin 6--Mix T--A pastry 8--A French art historian 9--A country (abbr.) 10--A delicate bryophytic planl 13--A dock 17--A color 19--Valuations II--To come to an end 36--Doctrines J6--The principle ot life and energy 57--A chair 2S--Pertaining to frigid regions 20--Radix (abbr.) 30--Teacher and biographer of Alfred the Great 31--To satisfy the appetites ot 34--To diminish in size 38--In law a thing 40--Male parent 42--A continent (abbr.) SUGAR CONTROL BILL APPROVED Finance Committee Plans to Put It Before Senate This Week. WASHINGTON, April 16. liPi-- The senate finance committee today approved the Jones-Costigan sugar control bill and Chairman Harrison said he expected to bring 't before the senate this week. The committee voted 11 to 6 in approving a subcommittee report on the bill. The measure, which makes sugar jeets and cane basic commodities under the agricultural adjustment act and assigns quotas for domestic jroduction, was indorsed virtually n the form In which it passed the One exception was that the penalty for violation of regulations by ie secretary of agriculture was reduced from ?1,000 to 5100. No quotas are fixed outside of iontinental United States. These were left to the secretary of agri- :ulture. The quota for continental beet sugar is fixed at 1,500,000 short ons and that for continental cane, Louisiana and Florida to 160.000 ihort tons. The agriculture secretary is auth- irized to fix quotas for Cuba, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, the Philippines and the Virgin Islands. Hill Is Reappointed Attorney for Clarion CLARION, April 16.--G. R. Hill was reappointed city atorney at the meeting- of the city council Thursday night. Miss Kathryn Russell, who has been appointed city clerk to succeed LaVonne Story, assumed her office. Mr. Story will act as water superintendent. Six beer permits were also passed with their bonds approved. PASTOR KILLED IN AUTO CRASH 7 ather of Ackley Woman Is Victim of Accident at Higginsville. ACKLEY, April 16.--The Rev. and Mrs. Ernest Seybold and daughters, Ruth, Grace, Maxine and Evelyn, left early Monday for Higgins- vlllc. Mo., in response to word received Sunday of the death by automobile accident of Mrs. Scybold's father, the Rev. William Buehier, 72. The victim was enroute home j from two pulpits h« supplies when the accident occurred. Besides Mrs. Seybold he is survived by his widow, three other daughters, a sister, Selma, formerly of the Deaconess hospital, Marshalltown, but the past few years at home with her parents; Mrs. August Hoefer, Higginsville; Mrs. Walter Wetzeier of Cincinnati, Ohio; seven grandchildren, one sister in Terre Haute, Ind., one brother in Marshall, III. LABOR LEADERS BACKING BOARD Action Seen as Promise of Peace to Motorcar Industry. DETROIT, April 16. LB--Organized labor throw its support to the national automobile labor board today, bringing new promise of genuine peace of the motorcar industry. At a meeting of labor leaders in Pontiac yesterday a plea was made to workers to exercise patience while the labor board studies its problems. The leaders, from seven Michigan cities, from Ohio and from Wisconsin, urged the board to act with all possible speed, out of consideration of the thousands of workers who are now awaiting broad decisions. William Collins, chief organizer of the American federation of labor in the automobile industry, sounded the keynote of patience. It was echoed in a telegram from William Green in which the president of the federation asked workers to "keep their feet on the ground while the board is working out its problems." HUTCHING WANTS TO STAY MARRIED Husband of Nila Cram Cook Surprised She Seeks Annulment. CHICAGO, April 16. .P)--Albert N. Hutchins, husband of Nila Cram Cook, the Iowa girl who became a disciple of Mahatma Gandhi, arrived here today from New York and expressed surprise that his wife sought an annulment of their marriage. Their romance, he said, was the "oddest and strangest in history." "But an annulment can't b; granted after two people have lived together as we did." he added. "To get a divorce, Nila would need grounds, which I do not intend to give, and anyway that would take six months at least. "No, I'm afraid Nila will have to stay married to rue whether she likes it or not." Mrs. Hutchins. said in New York, in announcing her plans for an annulment in California, that her husband was "lost" when out of his "romantic element and setting- at sea." FRENCHWALKOUT TURNS OUT FLOP Government Employes Idle for Two Hours, Then Return to Work. PARIS, April 10. (.PI--Government employes, in a "national protest" strike today against pay cuts, paralyzed wire communications between Paris and the provinces, but otherwise the walkout was a flop. Police guarded postoffices and other public buildings watching for demonstrations which never developed. Telegraph employes who struck for a few minutes daily far the pasl week stretched their idleness to L\vo hours today, then returned to their instruments. Long distance telephone operators, however, walked out at, 11:30 a. m. and stayed out, failing to return by midafternoon. Waterworks employes reached their jobs an hour late and workers in the government tobacco factories loafed for an hour during the morning. Marginal Provision of Market Control Measure Tightened WASHINGTON. April 16. (T--A senate banking auncommittee tightened up on the marginal provision of the stock mo,rket control bill today and indicated it would strengthen the section relating to trading by specialists. Precedent is a strong influence and it is liard to recover from certain impressions that Germany re- ards it as her mission life to keep France well scared.---The Washington Star. If there isn't another life, why don't women use their best linen and silver in this one.--Midwest Re- DEMAND SILVER ACT'S PASSAGE King, Chairman of Senate Committee, Will Seek Roosevelt Views. WASHINGTON, April 1C. OP)-Immediate passage of silver legislation was demanded unanimously today by the special senate silver committee. Senator King- (D., Utah) chairman of the group, said it was ''the unanimous view that silver must be lifted from its status as a commodity and made a primary money." The senator said he planned to arrange an immediate conference with the president on the question as it was believed wise to get the executive's viewpoint. The president lias been quoted as being against such a measure. "In view of the fact a measure is already on the senate calendar which deals with the silver question, the committee believed an effort should be made for its early consideration." said King. He referred to the modified Dies silver-farm relief bill which was favorably reported by the senate i agriculture committee and which carries the Thomas plan for na-1 tionalization of silver ami the | Wheeler government purchase pro-1 gram. I D Used Car SALE! Why Walk! When you fan buy that good used car today for only $1. down and pay the balance ns you are paid, in 12 monthly payments? Drive that car home today, make your first monthly payment May ]5, 1934. Only 5 More Bays to Biiy Cars for Sl.OO DOWR SALE ENDS AI'KIL 21ST 1932 1931 1928 1929 I9S3 1!31 1929 1928 19:!!) 1929 193(1 19,11 1928 1931 1930 1929 1929 1930 1928 1929 1 !)S2 J929 1930 Ford V-8 Tudor... Ford Tudor Ford Tudor Ford Tudor Ford V-8 Tudor.., Ford Coupes. Ford Coupe Ford Coupe Dodge Brougham.. Essex Coach I'ontloc Coach... Willys Conch. Pontijio. Coach Chevrolet Cab Ford SrUan Stmlcbaker Sedan. Ford Koadster.... Ford Pickup Dodge Trurk Ford Truck Ford V-8 Truck... Chevrolet Truck... Chevrolet Truck... . -SS95 . $275 . SI.75 . 81.85 . S4»5 . $285 . S150 . SI 00 . S2«5 . .$200 . $375 , S250 . SI S3 . SS5II . SS10 . S285 . $1.65 , S235 S 75 . SI 75 Wagner Motor Co. FORD DEAI..KR Msison C'itv Iowa

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