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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 21, 1936
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FOURTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 21 Hi 1936 You'll Find a Cash Bonus in the Want Ads, Even If You Are Not a Veteran! BRITISH PLAN TO ADD NEW TAXES Defense Expenses to Erase Profit Accumulated in Past Year. LONDON, (at--Neville Chamberlain, chancellor of the exchequer, declared Tuesday that the British government would have to resort to additional taxes to give the empire a balanced budget during the coming- year. · He announced that there would be an increase in the income tax and in the tax on tea, that a surtax would be levied on lager beer imported from non-empire countries and that duties on key industries, which were 'to have expired this year, would be continued 10 years more. Talks 87 Minutes. The chancellor occupied 87 minutes to explain Great Britain's financial position. He said the government operated at a profit of 2,941,000 pounds-($14,700,000 last year but that the total estimated revenues from usual sources would put the government 21,291,000 pounds ($106,450,000) in the red during the next 12 months. With the new .taxes, however, Chamberlain estimated that he would balance the nation's books with a surplus of $484,000 $2,420,000)--figuring the coming fiscal year's income at 798,381,000 pounds ($3,991,905,000). Add New Taxes. This income will be made up of the usual revenues plus the new taxes. The expenditures during the coming year, he said, would be 797,897.000 pounds ($3,989,484,000) this amount of expenditures includes 20,000,000 pounds ($100,000.000) for additional defense purposes. Chamberlain regretted "the whole cost of the defense program to be carried out in a short time should prolong the revenue exacted from tne people in a single five year period." Cedar Rapids Raises Salaries of Teachers CEDAR RAPIDS, L3--A salary increase of $5 a month was voted by the Cedar Rapids board of education for teachers in the public schools. The board also renewed for three years the contract of Arthur Deamer, superintendent of schools for the last 15 years, but at no advance in salary. MRS, TEGTMEYER REMAINS IN JAIL Blocks Efforts to Free Her by Refusal to Take Mental Test. CHICAGO. UK--The efforts of a sister to win freedom for Mrs. Daisy Tegtmeyer, "the forgotten woman," who has been in the county jail here for more than two years, was thwarted Monday when Mrs. Tegtmeyer again declined to submit to a menta) examination. Judge Hugo Friend ordered Mrs. Tegtmeyer to jail on a charge of contempt Jan. 5, 1934, when she refused to account for $30,000 of the estate of her father-in-law, Henry Tegtmeyer of Des Moines, of which she and her husband, now dead, were trustees. Declines to Submit. Although she has consistently declined to submit to a mental test Judge Daniel Trude ordered an examination made Monday after Mrs. Tegtmeyer's sister, Mrs. Myrtle Moore of Brooklyn, N. Y., filed an appeal in his court for a writ of habeas corpus in behalf of the prisoner. When Dr. Harry Hoffman of the Cook county (Chicago) behavior clinic, went to the county jail to conduct his examination Mrs. Tegtmeyer refused to submit to the test. Instead she handed out a statement assailing Mrs. Moore who, she asserted, "was not acting in this matter with my sanction. Not in Good Faith. "Anything she does in this matter," Mrs. Tegtmeyer's statement continued, "is not done in good faith and is for her own selfish interest. "She is trying to get control of my estate. Since 1930, the time of mother's death, we have not been on friendly terms because of the settling of mother's estate." Dr. Hoffman said he could not conduct an examination without the woman's co-operation. Judge Trude said he could not act on the habeas corpus writ without the examination and would be compelled to dismiss the writ. The writ was made returnable before Judge Trude next Wednesday. Algona Student Elected. AMES--Newly elected officers of the Iowa State college chapter of Phi Mu Alpha-Sinfonia, national musical honorary are: Alexander Sampson, Cedar Rapids, president; James Kirk, Maxwell, vice president; Rollin Chinn, Des Moines, secretary; and Max Richardson, Algona, treasurer. What Is This Thing Called NEWS? Remember for the week only--our s p e c i a l offer: 7 insertions for the price of 5. A Nation-Wide Tribute to the Oldest Form of Newspaper Advertising This is National Want Ad Week, sponsored by the Association of Newspaper Classified Advertising Managers, of which this newspaper is a member. Are you reading ALL the news! Maybe you're missing something. Turn to the Want Ads today and every day--you'll find "5-Star Final" news! 1936 b? the Association ol Scws|ancr Classified Artrcrtlslnt Manajerf. The European situation? Undoubtedly! The political question? .Certainly! Floods, tornadoes, fires, crime? Unfortunately, yes! Births, weddings, divorces, obituaries? Most assuredly! Headliners--all of them; But, what of the news--the intimate news--about people you really KNOW--the news that appears in your newspaper without benefit qf headlines? Aren't you interested in knowing that Jim White, that pleasant attendant in the corner service station, has saved his money, and now wants to buy a station of his own . . . and that the manly little form of Sonny, in the next block, is being wracked by his first big sorrow, the disappearance of his pup "Spot" . . . and that the Browns are forging ahead, and want to trade in their five room frame on an eight room brick . . . and that the Smiths are taking a 500 mile trip and will take two paying passengers . . . and that the recently widowed Mrs. Jones helps to meet expenses by accepting paying guests in her home . . . and that the neighborhood grocer wants to buy additional equipment for his expanding business? Nev/s? Without question--and in YOUR newspaper, too! You won't find it displayed under screaming headlines, nor under photographic illustrations--you'll find it where more human interest, more sorrow, more hope, more tragedy is gathered together than on any front page--you'll find it in the want ad section of YOUR newspaper. Day in and day out, month after month and year after year, the throbbing pulse of YOUR community is portrayed there--interestingly--thoroughly--vividly! READ THE WANT ADS FOR PROFIT AND USE THEM FOR RESULTS DISAPPROVES OF DEMO METHODS -lerring Says He Protested Use of Cards Asking 3 Per Cent. DES MOINES, (.T)--Gov. Clyde i. Herring said Tuesday he does ot approve of state democratic eadquarters' attempt to obtain ledges from state employes of 3 sr cent of their salaries for the emocratic campaign fund. The governor said toe had uiscov- red that some party workers cir- ulated pledge cards in the state ouse last week and declared he rotested to party officials. Without naming the officials, jovernor Herring said: Told to Burn Cards. 'I told them to take those cards nd burn them up. I said I was bsolutely opposed to such a method of campaign fund collec- lon." The governor said he did not ·ish to criticize either members of he state central committee or arty headquarters workers. "But the idea of taking 3 per ent of the salary of a .$100 a month stenographer," he declared, is going too far. It is just giving ampaign material to the other fel- ow. 'I made a checkup and found hat no liquor commission employes ad been approached and I was ;lad of that. Does Not Approve. "I certainly do not approve of .ny attempt to force state employes o contribute to campaign funds, 'heir contributions are their own ifair. Naturally they have a right o contribute anything they want o, whether it's a church, a charity r a political party. "For my part I do not want and vould not take a part of the salary £ a $100 a month office and cleri- :al worker to elect me to any of- ice." BIRMINGHAM DENIES OVEKNOR "KICKED" DES MOINES, (.T--E. H. Birm- ngham. state democratic chairman, eclared Tuesday "the governor asn't kicked to me about campaign und collections from state em- loyes." Informed that Gov. Clyde L. Her- ng said he had protested pledging f 3 per cent of their salaries by tate employes, Birmingham said. 'These contributions are abso- utely voluntary. This plan was dopted merely to provide an uni- orm system of collection." He said he didn't know whether ledge cards still are being circu- ated, that "the .boys in the office re handling the details," and that e didn't know "how much has been ledged" in this manner. Keturn From Otturmva. ~«W3--Editor and Mrs. J. L. ee returned Monday from a visit n the home of Mr, Lee's uncle and unt, Mr. and Mrs. Zell Zimmerman and other relatives at Ottum- They attended the Iowa Press ssociation convention at Des loines on Friday, enroute to Ot- umwa. LEGAL NOTICED NOTICE OF THE APPOINTMENT EXECUTRIX STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo County, ss. No. 4801- Notice is hereby given, that the under- ilgned has been duly appointed and quali- ied as Executrix of the estate of Thomas C. Bowles. Deceased, late of Cerro Gordo County. All persons indebted to said estate ire requester! to make immediate payment' md those having claims against the SP.mi viil presetnt them, duly authenticated, lo he undersigned for allowance, and file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court CARRIE G. BOWLES, Executrix- SENNEPP, BLISS AND SENMJ2FF. · Attorneys Dated April 11, 1036. S. H. MacPJEAK, Clerk District Court. By MARGARET RILEY, Deputy. Fifteen cents a line first insertion. Ten cents a line for each consecutive »ub- ecjucnt Insertion. (Count five average words to tne line.) Seven Insertions are given lor the price t six. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ADVERTISING 70 cents per column inch each insertion. A discount of 15 per cent will be allowed n all c'asjjff/ed advertisements paid for at lie time of Insertion or not later than 5 ays thereafter. No credit extended for clarified adver- i3ing It there Is an account thirty days old r more. All out-of-town adi are payable in ad- ance. All refunds on Want Ads must be called or within 30 days ot the cancellation date I the order. IHnimum charge for single advertisement, 5 cents. Answer to "blind" advertisement* must be addressed to the letter stated In the ad, care of the Globe-Gazette. Under no circum- tances will bo Globe-Gazette reveal the name of those Inserting "blind" advertisements. PHONE 3800 between 8 a. m. and 6 p. m. and ask for the Ad Taker. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE Classified Advertising Information INDEX TO CLASSIFIED Classifications a r e numbered according to the position in which they appear in the section. .A46 1 \gents ·« \pts. for Rent .. 45 Vmuseraents 7 ^uto Accessories Sli \utos for Sale .. TS ,uto Storage ,...A79 \uto Trucks ..., SO vuto Repairing .. 81 Beauty Parlors .. 16 Board, Room ... *9 Bonds A.9 Bldg. Materials . 43 Jusinesa Locations 39 fusiness Opportunities 23 Sates, Restaurants Card of Thanks Cemeteries .. Chiropodists Chiropractors ... Cleaners. Dyers Cottages Death Notices . Dentists A37 Doga. Birds, Pets 53 Educational Opportunities *0 Electrical Service 61 Employment Service .\.A30 arms for Sale .. 5U 'arras for Rent .AGO Farm Machinery 51 Florists * Foods ,,.. -A55 runeraJ Directors 3 Furs 19 Garage for Bent 68 Garage for Sale 69 Gardens Gifts , Help Wanted, with Inv. . Help Wanted, Female ..«. ai lelp Wanted, Male 32 Help Wanted, Male, Female .A36 Hide, Wool, Furs 7S Household Goods 73 Houses lor Sale 47 Houses for Rent Instruction ..... insurance . ..-.-Investment In Mcmoriam . job Printing .. Laundries Livestock tor Sale 52 Location Wanted 65 Lost and Found Lots for Salo Machinery Milk Blisc. for SaJe .. Misc. for Rent ,. Money to Loan . Mortgages Monuments 60 ..... 30 1? Musical Instr. -- 58 2 Nursery Stock .. 57 A3 Osteopaths · 15 13 Optometrists .... A15 14 Offices for Rent 62 TR Office Furn., Fix.A63 Office Equipment 64 Painting, Decor. 24 Personals Photographers .. Plumbing, Htg. . Poultry, Eggs .. Y4 Real Es. Loans . AS Radio Supplies .. '27, Real Estate 66 Rooms for Rent 44 Sale or Trade A?8 Sale or Rent , ..A47 Salesladies .-. 34 Salesmen ....... 3? Seeds, Feeds ,-- 28 Scrv. Offered . ..A33 Situation Wtd. .. 33 Stamps, Coins ..A?4 stationery 71 Stocks 72 Summer Cottages 67 Swap Service ... 38 Travel Bureau .... A5 Trade or Exch. . 42 Upholstering 59 Wtd. to Borrow . 77 Wtd. to Buy 75 Wtd. Misc. A75 Wtd. to Rent . - 76 Wearing Apparel 70 LEGAL NOTICE Funeral Directors MeAULEY FuneraJ Home -- Complete service day and night. 8 S. Adama Phone 651. MEYER Funeral Home--Dependable service. 126 Third St N. E. Pbone 1505. PATTERSON Funeral Home -- A service for those who care. Am- Bulance. 322 N'. Wash., Phone 1140. RANDALL Funeral Home--Ambulance service. 104 3rd St N. E. ph. 511 C E. Snipps. H. B. Major. Cemeteries A3 MEMORIAL PARK--"The Cemetery Beautiful." Perpetual maintenance. OEfice 612, L O.F. Bldg. Ph. 172 or 1S27J. G. M. Woodruff. Florists NOTHING adds as much to the beauty of your home as suitable landscaping. Estimates cheerfully ;iven. Ph. Kembles, 55. BRIGHTEN your home with spring flowers and plants. Tulips, hyacinths, freesias, narcissus, etc. Kembles Greenhouse. Ph. 55. Personals FREE! Ceiling papers FREE! Make your selection from 390 wallpaper patterns. Compare! Ralph S. Shepherd Paint Paper. 16 First SL S. E. Opp. Chapman's. FREE WALLPAPER!--Ceiling free with every room of sidewall and border you buy. Hurry! We sell for less. Star Wallpaper and Paint Co. Lost and Found Lost or Strayed--3 white ducks. Mrs. K. G. Leemhuis, Rt. 1. M. C. LOST--Jade bracelet in Mason City or Clear Lake. Reward. Ph. 1230. Money to Loan Security Loan Co. *«TM : and diamond loans 530 to S3UO. . Personal service. 321 1st Nat'L Bank, Phone 412, Money to Loan NEED MONEY? PINES Will loan you up to $300.00 on your own signature and security. No fees, no commissions, no deductions. Interest charged on the actual unpaid balance and only for the actual number of days used. See, phone or write us for FREE INFORMATION C. L. Pine Loan Company Diagonally Opposite 1st Natl. Bank. 204 Weir Bldg., Mason City, Iowa. MONEY For All Purposes. We make cash loans up to $300 on your auto, furniture, etc. Cars refinanced and payments reduced. HOME LOAN AND FINANCE CO. 204 Foresters Bldg. Personal Signature LOANS To Salaried People Easiest and Most Convenient Method of Borrowing. Immediate Service Strictly Confidential. Security Loan Co. S21 First Nat'l Bldg. Ph. 412 INVESTIGATE -- Our Lowest Rates --If you need money to pay bills or to meet emergencies, we can help you. INDUSTRIAL CREDIT CORPORATION Over Penney's Ph. 1521 DON'T WAIT See HUMPHREY today if you need Money at once. 1914 North Federal Ave. HUMPHREY FINANCE COMPANY NOTICE OF MtOBATE OF WIIX ETATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo County, ss. In District Court. No. 4820. April Term, 193(5. To A H ' W h n m It May concern: You are hereby notified, that an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Julia Rebecca Birk- tock, Deceased, dated AUBUSt 30. 1930, having been this day filed, opened and lead. Monday the Jlth day or Kay, 1936. is rixed lor bearing proof of same at the Court House in Mason City, lotva, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at 2 o'clock p. in., or the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and reiiuirert to ppear. and show cause if any they have v,by said instrument should not he probated and allowed as »nd for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Mason City, Iowa. April 13, 1P36. S. H. MacPEAK, Clerk of District Court. By 2ARGARET RILE*, Deputy. STATE OF IOWA. Cerro Gordo County, ss. To A. ,1. Thomson and C. A. Arinsliiirj Thomson, and to n-linm it may concern Yii arc hereby notified that by virtu of a special execution, to me directed, am ssued out of the office of the Clerk of tn District Court of the State of Iowa, within arid for Cerro Gordo County, upon a judg ment rendered in said Court in favor o Geoyw. Hill and against A. J. Thomson and C A. Armsbury Thomson for the sum I Ten hundred eight and 04-100 Dollars ebt and Nineteen and 15-100 Dollars, costs _ n d ' Fifty and 24-100 Dollars, attorney' fees. I have levied upon the following lcs cribe'd real estate, to-wit: Lut Number Ten ( J O ) in Blm-k Thirteen T3 College Addition to Mason CHy- and that on the 16th day of May. 1936. a · o'clock P M., a t t h e .front door of tn ":ourt House in Mason City. Ccrro Gord County. Iowa. I will proceed to sell th lame in satisfaction at said execution, to n e t h e r with all legal costs accruing. Oatert at the Sheriffs office in l!aso Citv, this 14th day of April. 1936. J. M'. ROBERTSON. Sheriff of Ccrro Gordo County. Iowa. By--Elsie Ramsey. Deputy Sheriff. FitzpaJrick Barlow. Attorneys. NOTICE Of SHKItirF'S SAIJK STATE OF IOWA. Ccrro Gordo County, ss. To T. E. Ncedha;n anil nena Needham, and lo whom It may concern: You are hereby notified that by virtue of a special execution, to me directed, and issued out of the o f f i c e of the Clerk of the District Court of the State of Iowa, within and tor Ccrro Gordo County, upon a jU'lc- rr.cnt r»nclcr=d in said Court in favor of J I" Tel ford and acainst T. E. Nccdham and Dcna Nccdham. for the sum of Twenty- cifht hundred ninety-four and 09-100 Dollars dcM. and Thirty-one and 90-100 Dollars, costs, and Slxtj-eicht and 91-100 Dollars, attorney's fees I have levied upon the following described real estate, to-wit: Lot number EisM (S) In RIork XnroM-r Four ( 4 ) . n'ildivimd Addition t" Mason and 5 t'hatTMon' the 16th day of May. 1936. at * o'clock P M . at the front door of the Court House in Mason City. Cerro Gorilo County roiv.i. 7 "'ill proceed to sell the same in satisfaction "f snid execution, to- cdher w i t h all lcj;al cosrs accruing. n a t r d .11 Ihc S h e r i f f ' s o f f i c e in Mason Citv I'nva t h i s 11th day nf April. 19"6. .!. M. ISOBKRTSON. i s h i T ' f f of Crrn» Oordo ronnty, Iniv^. i F,"-K!nr r.amsry, IVp'.ity s h e r i f f . 1 J-'ilzpatrick i Sark'W, Attorneys, USED TRACTOR BARGAINS (2) F-12 Farmalls with plow and cultivator. All like new. Priced cheap. 7 regular Farmalls with cultivators. Cheap at $600 and up including both. (7) 10-20 McCorniick Deer- ings. All like new. Priced at $40'3 and up. (3) 15-30 McCormick Deer- ings. First class shape. Priced at $275 and up. (2) 15-27 John Deeres. First class shape. $375. J. H. C. 22-36, like new, ¥55(1. Hart-Parr 12-24 in first class shape. 5375. 2 bottoms with cultivators, in first class shape. §400. We have any kind of used tractors you want, all guaranteed to go out and do a real job for you. We'll trade for horses, hogs, cattle and grain and offer terms to responsible parties. MASON CITY IMPLEMENT CO. 22 Sixth St. S. E. Phone 462 CLEAR LAKE GRAIN CO. Phmic 23 AUCTION SALE! Thursday, April 23, at 11:00 A. M. Sharp Lund Sales Stables ON NO. 18--EAST SIDE of MASON CITY GOOD HEATED PAVILION 75 -- HEAD OF HORSES -- 75 Consisting of good work horses and farm mares. Grays, bays and roans for some good 2 and 3 year old colts. There will be a buyer here for killer horses Thursday. Will have buyers this week from Wisconsin and the east. We can sell any kind of a horse you bring in. Don't be afraid to bring your horses as we have buyers here lor all classes of horses. 125 -- HEAD OF CATTLE -- 125 Consisting of STOCKER STEEKS, SPRINGER HEIFERS AND BREEDING BULLS 25 -- HEAD OF SHEEP -- 25 ~ 50 --FEEDING PIGS-- 50 Some Brood Sows Some farm machinery. 15-30 McCormick-Deering tractor; one new 14 foot Case disc harrow; One new 16 loot 3 section Case harrow; one 2S loot Pierce harrow; one 10 foot John Deere 2 section harrow; one mower; one rake; one manure spreader. 25 bushels good yellow seed corn. 90% guaranteed, »0% germination or money back. Lunch on the grounds. These sales will be held every Thursday. Bring anything you have to sell. Get Your Horses in Early--Sale Will Start at 11:00 Sharp. We Invite You to Attend -- Terms, Cash STABLE 3758 -- PHONES -- RESIDENCE 3836 Ora Bayless, 4127 -- AUCTIONEERS -- Jack Dorsey, Plymouth LIVESTOCK SALE SALES PAVILION -- HIGHWAYS 18 AND 69 IHWA BEGINS PROMPTLY 19 I V T f f t AT 12:00 P. M. Thursday, April 20 HEAD OF WORK HORSES--One 5 year old mare pony, gentle, with cart and harness, good as new. 200 HEAD OF CAXTLE--Consisting of stocker and feeder cattle, all ages and weights, butcher stock, springer cows, breeding bulls and calves. Have 100 head of good quality white-faced calves coming but am not sure that they will be here in time for this sale. We have some GOOD BRED SOWS listed for this sale, also some sheep, 300 cedar posts, several bushels of Early Ohio seed potatoes. NOTE--Bring your livestock to these sales. You will receive full market value for anything you have to bring in. There is a BIG DEMAND for stocker and feeder cattle, also bred sows and feeder pigs. HARNESS--Several sets of new and rebuilt harness, also some farm machinery. CAFE IN CONNECTION WITH SALES 1'AVILION SALE EVERY THURSDAY BEN KEEAISXMA, Auctioneer GARNER SALES CO.. IMC. KO C. U U M ' K N B A C U . Owner T;u-"rr. Phonr .'t~. or Ivlcnmir. S'hom- "i$ m m m m - ill i

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