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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 13

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FRIDAY, JANUARY 15, 1943 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE - fllASUJM (J1TY GLOBE-GAZETTE 13 Buy Defense Stamps With Your Want Ad Profit--Remember! It's Ph. 3800 Classified Advertising Information TABLE OF ECONOMY WANT AD PRICES 10% discount if paid at time of insertion. 3% discount on' all classified ads paid within 10 day; of last insertinn- Thts is 6 ootnl ty|« riie rile, for ihlj tin iyp» ,r»-- I Day 3 Days 0 Days 2 Lines ... 3 Lines ... 4 Lines ... 5 Lines ... 6 Lines ... 7 Lines ... 8 Lines ... 9 Lines ... 5 .30 .45 .60 .75 .90 1.05 1.20 1.35 S .75 1.13 1.5" 1.88 2.25 2.63 3.00 3.38 $1.32 2.64 3.30 3.96 4.62 5.28 5.94 This is 10 point type. The rates for this size type are-Day 3 Days 6 Days 2 Unes 3 Lines 4 Lines 5 Lines 6 Lines 7 Lines 8 Lines » Lin* s S -40 .61) .80 1.00 1.20 1.40 1.60 l.SO $1.05 1.58 2.10 2.63 3.15 3.68 4 2 0 4.73 51.92 2.88 3.3*5 4.80 5.76 6.72 7.H8 8.64 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 Day 3 D^ys 6 Days 1 Inch .*... S .80 ?i.25 S4.35 JUST CALL 3800 AND ASK FOR AN AD-TAKER Index to Classified Classifications a r e numbered according to the position in which they appear in the section. 37 L'6 3.1 18 14 Agents Aprs for Rent Amusement* AUTO Acc'corte* Aulns far Sale A u t o Financing Beauty Shops Board. Room Bus Location? Bus Op*(unities Cafes Card of Thank» Cemeteries A3 Cleaners. Dytre IS Cottases A35 Death Notices 1 DORS. Birds. Pels « Electrical A22 Farms fot Sate :9 Farms for Rent w Flcriita 4 Foods 45 Funeral Directors n Garages 52 Gardens A43 Help Wanted. Male. Female 1!7 Help Wtd.. Mal« 20 Help Wanted. : female ^ 21 Help Wto.. W1UJ Investment 19 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Rent fl4 H'sehold Goods 5* Money to Loon $100 You can borrow This Amount from u s for 12 months if you can lay aside $2.33 per week lo make Ihc payments. LOANS for Income Tax Fuel Insurance Clothing Doctor-Dentist Past Due Bills Any Necessity Federal Discount Corp. 'A N. Federal Ave. Phone 516 REAL ESTATE LOANS F. H. A. AND OTHER TYPES E. W. CLARK CO. 205 Foresters Bids. Services Offered 23 MIRRORS rcsllvcred. Factory process. Guaranteed. Macliel's. Phone 7U2. Help Wtd., Male, Female 27 WANTED--Experienced office help. ly|i- in». sbortnand. boo^hcepiJiR. Apply in pcrsun. Good pay. Sam Raiies. Swop Service 29 SWAP--Piano for livestock. M'ritc JJ.-H, Cilo be-Gazette. Business Locations 30 HAVE DRASTICALLY REDUCED RENTS on all stores. Choice Federal avenue locations. Phone 1183. Apts. for Rent FOH RENT--2 rm. apt., everything turn, hut linen and dishes. Good heat, clean. 145 Gth S. W. Forms for Rent 40 OWN A FARM. Special for Mar. poss. Two small farms with lights. Owners now living on farm. Takes about $3,500 cash ond priced to self. Good homes. Owner of SO A. is buying larger; owner of 1 00 A. is a widower. L. C. Stuart, Clear Lake. Machinery 41 FOn. SALE--Sears Roebuck pipe line milking machine. 2 slnjjle unit with aluminum pails, never been used. AKo Delco light plant, complete. Write B-H Globe-Gazette. FOR SALIC--Nearly new Mclottc cream separator. Ph. -iCCO. f F O R SALE--F-12 tractor oti rubber imd FOH RENT--Firs l Itoor furn 2 rm npl ! slcc '- Corn plow, corn planter. 2J inch Utilities Clost- in. Pljom- 47117. J° f !» fi we [How. :.: . 'II A-l bliapc. CfxlU I t . T Jionse on new rubber. Also romLj. FOR RENT--Pleasant a room unfurnished 1 J»«tfc-sas stove nnU equipment. Clyde aluminum. «as licai. Phone 3107W. · sleveiw. Hoytl. Jown. Insurance 10 INSURANCE PubJic liabilitj' and properly damage on any Class A car §10. Farmers' cars S9. George Van Every Phone 3983 Optometrists 11 DEFECTIVE VISION CAN BE CORRECTED with proper glasses. See Dr. Knutson. Opt.. Weir Bldg. Chiropractors A11 HEALTH through normal nerve function. Dr. ft, J. Garner and Dr. Lucy E_ Garner. 706 North Federal. FOR RENT--NJccly f u m , :i nn. apt., pri. cnl.. gas heat, aiilo. hot \vntci 1 . iclriy.. laundry. Everything furn. Adults, 'HOG Fourth N. E. FOR RENT--5 room turn. apt. at Clear Lake, lioocl location. Phone 703. FOR RENT--Ground tloor. 'J bedroom apt. New. .,_ 5 room apt,. S~0. hea t. close in Also Phone HEW or 3^1C. Livestock for Sate 42 FOtl SALE-- Ua Joe Fritz. Rou Mason City. FOR SALE--Purebred Berkshire vearlinc stud; IIOK. Vac. from Hcjifccl l/rccttiug. Phone 5SJI1. FOR RENT--1st fir. furn. apt. Auto, coal heat. pri. cut. -104 w. State. FOR RENT--Mod. opts. Reos. Inq. apf. 2, 3rd fir. over Piggly Wiggly, 12 1st N. W. FOR RENT-- Dov/ntown outside 1 or 2 1 rm apis., furn.. unfurn. 123'/i N. Fed IOn SALE--Five red awl roan rc s is- tcred Scotch Sliflrtliorii heifers. Bred in _reaislercd roan Shorthorn hull. Price Sl^a each. Pedigrees furnished, Clifford luenrn. Garner. 'Iowa. Household Goods 54 SPECIAL SALE Complete Clearance of all our USED HOOVERS SPECIAL PRICES FROM 10% TO 29% OFF OF CEILING PRICES Only 5 Left Hoover Factory Branch MERKEL CO.' Auto Accessories 62 WASHER REPAIRS, an makes. Quick. economical. Cerro Gordo May lac Co.. Phone 11UG7. VANTED TO BUV--4 home at Clear Lake. 2.500. Write T-15. GJoJj FOR SALE--3 vr. old RLIS mit^c. 30 in. i.-tUf** (op; baby buggy, high tliali. Imiiiucltf, lei. aland and stool. Ph. 2251. FOR SALE--5 mis. good mot!, furn.. includ'uig. ens stove. soJicf maple bedroom ,'X't. complete, deluxe ek'u. rclriy. Ph. -JP97 or ice at Cadivell's Storage. Dogs, Birds, Pets 43 | FOR SALE--Circulating licaier. 203 S. Madison avenue. FOR SA1.E--Cocker Spaniel and terrier IJiilw, 13-4'.z Adams avenuu northwest. FOR DESIRABLE APTS. .see J. B. Youngblood Phone 36. FOR KENT--Mod. 4 room apt. and car. I 719'^ North Federal. Phone l'CG7. Instruction Insurance In Rlemoriam Investment Livesl'k for Safe Location, Wanted Lost. Found Lots for Sal* Machinery Mlsc foi Sate Miic for Rent Money lo Loan Musical Ififir N*ursery.Slock Oplomelrlsts Offices for Rent Office EqulpU Personal? Poultry. Ejigj Radio ReaJ Estate Real Cst. Loans Rooms for Rent Sale Or Trad* Sale or Rent 1 Sales tadies Salesmen Seeds. Feeds Services Offered 2:1 Situation Wtd. £i Swap Service ^9 Wtd to Borrow £8 Wanted to Buy SB Wanted. Misc. 59 'Wanted to Renl f1 Wear's Apparel 53 Business Opportunities J 8 FOR SALE-- Thornton Hatchery, inducting building. Owner In navy. 23 Wliite 17 Funeral Directors MEYERS Funeral Home, A bcauiliul service need not be cosily. Ambulance service. Phone 1503, MAJOR Funeral Hgme. 203 Second N. E. Efficient Service plus Reverence. Am~ balance. Phone all. BtcAULEY and SON Funeral Home. Com. plcle service. Day and nifiht, B South Adams. Phone 651. PATTERSON Funeral Home. Known for service. Ambulance. 3^i North Washington. Phone iUO. Personals DAY ntirscr". 10M N. Delaware avenue. Ph. 2531-W, Lost, Found LOST--12x12 tarpaulin. First and Monroe northwest. Parks Fuel company. LOST--Female Boston Bull. Black and white.-8 mo*, old. Ph. 3177-4. Reward. LOST--Pair leather faced mittens. E. side of Fed. around II a. m. Ph. 1G43-J. FOUNDS--Red and prey knitted mitten. Owner may have by paying for ad- Call at Globc-Gazcue. Money to Loon \VE SUPPLY THE CASH YOU NEED S30 to S300 United Financial Service 15^2 N. Federal Phone 57 . Lux Lcphom roosters. Tliorntoii. . R. M. Lckwa. Help Wtd., Mole 20 .VANTED--E.\p. single man lor farm work Stale u-3£es. Write H-I3. Globe-Gazette. //ANTED--Exp. handy ;na:i on farm. State v.'oges wauled. Write F-lj Clobi;* Gazctlc. WANTED--Farm manager. State wages and o.vp. Write J-15. Glohc-Gazcttc. WANTED--Married man to u-ork on stock ai-m. Year around job. \V. D tlm-d G N. Clear Lake. WANTED--Zxp. middlcaged married man On farm. Mar. 1. Separate douse, ·u-ntor and electricity. Year around job. Write P-l-i. GJobe-Gazelle. WANTED--Nighl houseman and bell man* also day worker. Hotel Eadmar. WANTED DRIVER SALESMEN Sell Nationally Advertised Merchandise on established routes. Minimum Guarantee $108 Month Routes earn substantial additional commission. Applicants must be 3-A with children or 4-F. Send employment references with application . . . Write J-13, Globe-Gazette WANTED--Married on fnrm. lop wages, electricity and new house. Write J-J2. Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Boys ox-cr 13 vears nt age to carry Globe-Gnzcttc routes. Apply Miss Alien at the Globe-Gazelle, WANTED--Married m a n cm farm. Steady work, Scp.nrntc house adjacent lo school M. T. Van Voarhis. Osagt. Iowa. V. T ANTED--Lineman. Plymouth Telephone company. Plymouth. Iowa. FOR RENT--New kitchenette apt. Everything lurnishctl. $25 a month. Phone FOH RENT--2, 3 and 4 nn. furn. apis. Close in. Uttl. furn. Ph, 23415, uves. FOR RENT--1 Igc. imftivn. rin.. kitchen- eltc, 1st fir., priv. stool, lav.itorv. screen porch. Reasonable. Phone 2017J.' Houses for Rent 34 FOR RENT--Po5S. immert.. 5 rm. b u n c n low. 73'^ Birch Dr. PlionL- 1183 or W1B. FOR RENT--i bedroom house. 423 SLxlh street northwest. Phone U910. "OH RENT--Sin^ll house ot 2IG 22nd St S. E, Phono 3TJI. KOI: RENT-- 5 room house, furnished or i tnf urn telicd. Central Heights. \Vrite OK £·, Siicffield. Iowa. Misc. for Sate 44 LOWE BROTHERS*'""' KASEIN COATING Tiie ideal covering for basemcnis. Choice o£ colors. Economical. Currie-Van Ness Co. FOR SALE--Special delivery 1.500 Ibs. best Franklin counly. UL. Jump COT! Low on snol. hoi. holds (ire all nlslil lias more heat und Insts longer Ihnn Ion of many other coats. S7.1S. tax 14c. lolal S7.23. loao Ihs. Sinahc!css Coal, nono un- ler. S9.TI. t;ix 19c, total 5'J.QO Phone 403 Louis Su-chl^. FOR SALE-- ^ iiorlablf ho" houses. CxHJ: -'·T 10 "· Sanclrick elevator:! Ba ^ engine. - · R. .1. Pritcliarcl. (] and ',; mi. north. . i. west on "illi Si FOI! S.ALE--Set of m Mark Twain booli; Cood cond.. S10. Ph. -192J. D rm. hoti=c stittnblc for rooming house or .-apartments .. , S32.fi3 j 8 rm. house suitable for roomins houfe or apartments S33.0Q 10 rm. hovisc suitable for rooming hou?e or apnrlments . . .. 5 Ij.OQ 9 room house in, rooming house or apartments S4f.t;o 10 rm. IIOUEC. Also some good bungalows. W. L. PATTON. Realtor 109 East State FOR KENT--5 rm. mod. duplex. in. Ph. 103I-J. FOR RENT--5 rtn. house, all i S07C-J. FOR REJvT--^lod. T rm. house. S-fl rno. (553 4 St. IV. E. Ph. 1475. FOR RENT 853 Second N. W., 7 rm. mod,, fireplace $-10 132 Ninth N. W., S room modern, double garage . . $40 1012 Third N: W., 3 bedrooms, firenlacc . . . . .S37.aO 211 S^ Louisiana, 3 bedrms. S32.50 New S rm. bungalow, gas lleat S4n New 4 rm. bungalow, gas heat $30 BECK BROS. CO. Phone 134 FOR BENT--", room liuncalou St. N. W. Ph. IFM. Help Wtd., Female 21 \V A NT^D--Waitress. Covered \Vagon. No Sunday work. WANTED-- Woman or cirl for hhcwlt Mrs. P. J. McCuirc. Ph. HIM. Clear Lake, WANTED--Cashier and credit manager, also stock inventory clerk. Will pay pood salaries. Permanent position thoroughly reliable firm. Write Globe-Gazelle. FOR RENT--Newly dec.. Ci r m. liouscr. stoker hoal, fencod yar). garck'n space. ii blka from sc)i- Ph. liZji- .JUST ARRIVED 500 Assorted Potted Plants lOc, 15c25c Montgomery Ward and Co. Foods NEW HOOVERS RELEASED There will not be enough HOOVERS available lo .supply the spring needs. DON'T DELAY Get Your New HOOVER Today VERY LIMITED SUPPLY PROM $52.50 HOOVER FACTORY BRANCH MERKELS CABBAGE-FresK Load FRESH LOA~D OL NORTHERN GROW;, p C r ib 6 EARL'S FRUIT MKT. 1G07-1G03 S. Federal Avc. Musical Instruments 48 I-'OR SALE-- Medium sitctl n^n^^fm- able. C^l Fourth S:. S. W. I 1 OR SALE-- Piano, cood cond standard - p i n g pong table, an S. Kentucky. SALE--Upri=IU lp. Pli. ^^02. Lagoncia piano. Furniture Auction Sat. Afternoon, Jan. 16 1515 South Federal 1:30 SHARP Inside Big Heated Building Lots o£ pieces o£ good Cuvnituv in this sale. Lots of things you lik to buy. Majestic electi-ic refriger ;itor. electric washing machine 3 piece dining set, 5 pullup chairs pressure gas range, 3 end tables baby buggy, high chair, stroller vacuum sweeper, two radios, ctnj bed. leather davenport, sheepskit coat, some- clothing, lots of dishes cooking utensils, tools, hundreds o articles net mentioned. Col. J. B. Lane, Auct. PHONE 1822 FIRESTONE 'rffh/CjC* · ii no* Utocial lire Inspection Station Factory method of retreading and vulcanizing. All work guaranteed. CORNER 2nd AND S. FEDERAL Wanted to Buy 56 I VANTED-- Corxf sci-omfhaiKi sew. Mrs. It. A. Hall. Route n. Clear macli. I Lake. 1 ' LEGAL NOTICE VANTED TO BUY--Addlnc machine 13th S. E. Ph. 1310. Wonted to Rent 57 VANTED TO RENT-- f a r manage. Write E-H. VANTED TO RENT--Small apt., clo(- i Phone aoOl-J alter 5 p. m. Autos for Sale 60 We Will Buy Your CAR ZENOR MOTOR CO. .l Second S. W, Federal WANTED--Late model Sctlans. Deliveries. or Panels. Buy or trade "ifl Mercury Tudor and 'Jl Kord coupe wiilt hcaiLTN, radius and best rubber. Write: P. O Box 521. fiot-ku'cJI. HART'S 41 PLYMOUTH DC Luxe 2 Door Sedan '39 PLYMOUTH DC Luxe $ '4 Door Touring Sedan 38 FORD DC Luxe? 4 Door Sedan . . . . . '37 PLYMOUTH De Luxe $ 2 Dcor Touring Sedan '37 PONTIAC De Luxe $ 2 Door Sedan TERMS -- TRADES Hart Motors 9 Inc. DODGE - PLYMOUTH ,-' Opposite the Post Office NOTICI: or TIII: Ai'i'oi.vr.Mi:.vT OF i i : \ E C f T K I X · STATE Of IOWA, Cerro Cordo Ccnmiy. i -s.. No. :£3». " J Notice in hereby given, t i n t the ntidfi-- I i-ijjiicd ha.s Iti-'cn tinly appointed ami \ iiuiilificii ns KxccLLlrix c»I :]ic ealalc cf \ AsJnk 'J'lioricn T«i?vit Dictated, (nlc ·( Cerro Gordo C o n n t y . A l l persons indcblL'tl to j?ai(J e^Liic arp requested lo make lune^lialf p a y m e n t ; yncl those having clajjiis ngjiinst li)c same ^-iJl present Hicfit. duly auihcnticatcd. lo Uic UtidcrsimiciL for allowant-e. and file in tJie office of tlic Clerk of the District Court THEA TORSEN n'horsvn E.\rr»triv ISHEESE : COUNWELL. Attorneys DAtcd January [th, 13i3 S. H. SlacPEAK. Clerk District Court By MARGARET RILEY Deputy 350 120 N. Delaware Phone Q80 TERMS -- TRADES FOR SALE--IMS Bulcl: "Cdan A-l Excellent lircs. S4C5. Phone W74. FOR SALE^»93! Ford Fordor Sedan. Reconditioned motor, new brakes. ROO] lirrs--SJ45.00. Pri t chard Motor Compa Alason Citv. lown. "RESTRAINING TAX" STUDIED Proposed as Possible Compromise in Congress WASHINGTON, (/[') _ Something ncv.' in the way of (axes-n 'TeslraimnB lax" dcsisncd to jeep people from spending too nuch on non-csscntUils. while icrmitting lliem to buy u certain unoiiiit of goods tax-t'roc--was ,;ilkcd aroiintl on Capitol Hih Friday ;is a possible compromise o overcome the adiniiiistrjlion's loslility toward a general sales tax. The idea, it ,\vas understood, embraces the sales lax prineiiilc but would carry exemptions of possibly S500 or so worth of purchases a year. ^ ^" ^i- H such a law were written, with a S500 exemption, then coupons in small denominations would be issued in that amount to each gainfully employed person and he coukl use the coupons for making tax-free purchases until they .were exhausted. Anything RADIATORS cleaned, fenders straight cncd. ivliccls linlancetl anil aliened Bfrum-Ofeon Camp.iny. WAKTED --Good ipinct or fniall upri"Lit pinno.. Write Q-K. Clolic-Cazctlc. »'E HAVE THE LATEST HITS ' in all popular shed music. Les RccO Mu^ic company. 103 North Delaware avenue. SMASH HIT RECORDS hi Block lodas'. Tommy Dorsey'.s ·'There AFL- Such TluniM:" Djnnli .Shore's "Why Don't You Fall in Love Wilh Me 1 .'" Also Glenn Miller's :md Kjnj: Crosby'? ".lloonli^hl Bt-cuinos Vou." Lcs Reed Music Co.. 10S N. De] ^Office Equipment 50 SALES. Service and Supplies on olticc FOR RENT--Five room haute "car Mon-' ; « UI '" T " !nt oj 'II kinds, fisher Type- roe School. Phone 22G5-J. writer Co.. FOR RENT--^ loom, partly Turn, basement house, S12.LJD nio. 1520 N. Del. WANTED--Hskpr. fr. 11 B . m. in 7 p. m . * ilays a v/k. Write R-13. Olobi:-Gazetlc. FOR RENT u-i3. | Colonial, near Forest Park, ! Modern $45 WANTED--Glrl for general housework. Go home Dish Is. * Rpfcrcncc5. Emerson Dcchcr. Pii. 4QBO. Mrs. Men! Women! Married or Single Quick Cash Loans S25 to S300 SECURITY LOAN CO. 321 First Nat'] Bank Phone 412 QUICK CASH LOANS UP TO $300 Anywhere in North Iowa on Autos, Furniture. Personal Property. Loans usually completed same day of application. Convenient r«osy- mcnt terms to fit your needs. See, Phone or Write us for FREE INFORMATION C. L. PINE LOAN CO. Second Floor - State and Federal Phone 224 START THIS YEAR OFF WITH Freedom From Worries! 'Make tills REAL new year. «s far as pour finances are concerned. Resolve TODAY lo pay all your old Dills, and take care of any medical or dental work your family may need. You can have up to S.100. and the easy monthly repayments just (11 In with your budget. Come in NOW lor orompl. confrdcnUal help. Home Loan Finance Co. 205 Foresters Bldg. Mason City 5 Room Modern Bungalow, Monro_ School District . . -S35 2 Small Houses. Partly Modern, Roosevelt District. .$17-20 PHONE 1700 Household Goods 54 COMPLETE y.-K-mim Clcanur rcuuiuihiB and repairing tor all make vacuum clmner.-r. Save eas. free Delivery service. Hoover- Factory Brunch. Mcrkci's. FOK SALE-- 1-- C ft. eicc. rcfric N L. LieiiKT. li mi. S.. I mi. W. of Emery. t'AIJTS lor Maylac and other washers. Repairing and used washers. Marslon :!IK! South Monroe. F'ljone IC2. PETERSON will pay cash for | LATE MODEL CARS FOR SALE--Henlins stoves, cookstovcs. oil burners. ;,'js hcnlers. SM r.Ttifjcs. B. and O. Exchange. 1^10 N. Federal Avc. Poulfry, Eggs 55 BABY~CHICKS~" Place Your Orders Nov.- tcr Baby Chicks. Chicks from U. S. approved floeUs and hatcheries. Two egg rate--heavy breeds. $11.40 PER 100 SEARS, ROEBUCK CO. FARM STORE Wonted to Buy 56 ANTED~7o^UY^L^iT ture, dishes, tools. Ph. 1 822. ·113 N. FEDEPAL FOI! SALE--ra.1I Mo.M A Fordor. -ood cond. i nuu- tires. 1021: Second K. K. Auto Accessories 62 WANTED--To 1ms- urcd rnrnilurc. Trade I your old for new furniture. Joe Cots. ~l~ Sotilli Federal. I :^^Ei::F-- « L W . CLARK CO. STRICTLY BUSINESS Only 25c Per Car ALL TIRES MUST BE INSPECTED BY JANUARY 31 JOE DANIELS SERVICE . bought without coupons would be taxable at whatever percentage congress decided on. One prominent legislator ev- pressed the opinion the administration probably would suggest t h a t the possibilities of f u r t h e r income levies, a spending lax and compulsory loans he explored first, with the modified retail I sales tax the fourth choice in thp j struggle to raise the additional i 516,000,000,000 w h i c h President SUFFERING FROM "AXIS SICKNESS" French North African Politics Complicated By \VES «A1,!,AC;UER ALGIERS. /Ti -- A political story without names is almost impossible lo write-- but the -political story" of French North ami West Africa is not only virtually without names, but also without politics. For what has been happening here, with Admiral Darlan's assassimitinn. (he subsequent arrests, and international dissension, is not politics as Americans and Britons conceive it ¥ * V Gen. Henri Oiraud. » military man who lixilhcd polities from the iKifioni of his heart, is lieinc harassed on Ihc eve «f far- reaching negotiations with Cleu. Charles DC Gaulle by llic bitter struRKle of Vichy-placed and axis-sunclioncd officials to retain their posts against an on- / Slaughl of newcomers, many ' with hands none loo clean themselves. ··* ¥ v The varied figures in (he tan«le sometimes have been labeled glibly as monarchists, DC Gaul- lists, rightists, leftists or pro- allied, but it is not as simple as that. At least one of the men nr- rcsted in connection with the assassination of Darlan simultaneously has let it be known that he is pro-allied and helped the American landings, that he is a monarchist supporting the Count of Paris, pretender to the nonexistent throne of Franco, and is a follower of De Gaulle. To lop H off, he said he accepted n Vichy appointment in order to «cl to Africa in the first place, six or seven months ago. Censorship forbids the use ot his name, but it maUes no difference because the name would not be known to one person in ten thousand in America or Britain. -i- ^ ^ The same is true of dozens of others who try to tic up \vilh as many different factions as possible. sceUitiK support of Ihcir personal aims. * * ··{· The truth is: North Africa is surfcring from "axis sickness,' the result of German and Italian domination. And it is small scale . lo what the allies must contend with when Europe is freed. Standing out from this struggle is General Giraud. whose sole aim is to defeat the axis, along with the majority of the rank and file of officers ami soldiers of his army who have been laying down their lives in Tunisia with the hope lhat Trance some day will be free once more. To them only one thing is important. and it is that internal order be preserved in order that the prosecution of the war will not be hindered. , , Roosevelt has said needed 1 Declares Nazis Copied ' Many Principles of tins year for war purposes. A restraining ta.\ would be : intended not only Tc^raisc a iiart i l l S Piano llPCTOn of llic additional revenue, but J U - °' rlan ^ UBSIgn u on Id dLscouraRC \varlhnc purchases of luxury goods. Representative Robertson (D.- Va.. member of the tax-framing ways and means committee, has announced he would propose an outright sales tax on all commodities when the committee takes up the revenue problem a week or two hence. He said this was -the best way left lo distribute a sacrifice we cannot escape.'' A committee discarded a similar proposal last year after the treasurer had contended it would be unfair to low income groups. Meantime, o v e r w h e l m i n JUT.' PLEASANT. (/P)-- Many principles of American aircraft design were copied by the German air industry in building the l u f t w a f f e which opened -hostilities in !J3!I. according to Dr. Hans Rcissncr, former German aviation expert. Doctor Keissncr, now a professor at Illinois Institute of Technology. discussed Germany's aircraft industry in an address to Iowa Weslcyan college students. ''There \vas no so-called 'secret weapon.'" he said. "It simply was a case of (Germany) taking the best aircraft designs available in the world, adding some innovations and then building up WANTED--Housekeeper by day. I child. Plume -^47. O[| Sunday phone '.TJOj. WANT ED-- El tic rty woman for rare of 2 children. Write TJ-M. Globc-Gaicuc. WANTED--Waitress. Wander Inn. 211 S. Federal ,ivcnuc. WANTED--Waitress. Maid Rite Calc. WANTED-Dlsh washer, ninht work. No Sunday work. Covered Wagon. WANTED--Woman for housework. Phone 2-V24. WANTED--Experienced ^voman for weekly ctcaninc. Write W-lo. Globe-Gazelle. Salesmen 25 FOR SERVICE AND SALES Age 38 to 55 Pay S3G.OO per week plus bonus. All men with us over SO days making S50 to SI30 weekly. No priority or gas troubles, no canvassing. Permanent work. Will br trained to handle Mason City district Its quickly as possible. An excellent opportunity for advancement. Will visit 500 leading citizens, sec that they receive the service from our employes for which they have paid in advance* Service them on some other matters himself. Keep them with us and enroll their friends. Training period of not over ?0 days at our state office. Those qualified for other defense work not wanted. Give full details, references. Wriic z-15, GLORV.-OAZETTE 121 N. Delaware Phone 3G:i FOR RENT--X rm. strictly mod. hou-c and gar. Close to Monroe sell. 92a N, Mad. David Olson. Ph. 1S9.1. FOR REiVT--iVeivly decorated 7 room house, near Moi'roe school. Garage S2J.50. Sam itaizcs. FOil HSNT--3 rm house. I.T12 N. Conn.. 512.50 mo. Ph. Mla-UJ. Xll 12lh S. E. FOR RENT--r rm. house, sas heat, Rar.. elo-e in. Ph. 39«. .FOR RENT--I rm. duple.f. Kcu-ly ortcd. SIS. G-14 S. JacKsun. Raizes. ricc- Sain Houses for Sale 35 j FOR SALE-- New- 4 rm. bungalow, gar,.' College Jdd.. S.1.4M. No phone calls.' Alanlcy's. Acreage ; FOR RENT--Acri-nsc. modern. Si j (or rhicKcns or i-ojrinicrci[»l [ Soitlh Virginia nvctmq. J7 liable - 971 Farms for Sale 39 FARMS FOR SALE 100 A. Well Imp. All Carringlon loam. Electricity in Kd. Possession March 1. 20 acres good pasture, gocd well, ',. mile school. 7 room house. S85.00. 5 mi. W. of Marble Rock. EOMEY REALTY CO., Ph. 534 Farms for Rent 40 FOIl RENT--Improv. 240 acres S. E. G r a f ton, improv. 2M E. Northvvoort. slurc rent. II. G. Crump. Bx. O'J. Clear Lake. Ui. K.-VP.M KOn R E N T -- IKI acres, "I understand the railroads arc using every available hit of equipment." Every T» n V , i Every facility of Olnbe-Gnzcllc Want Ad.s is up-to-date and al- » n V r l ! 1 ' P ' T " ''" y ° r SC " h(t " scll ° 1d Roods, jewelry or real Drastic Cut in Price on CAR HEATERS U. S. HOT AIRE HEATER. WAS. Sli.98 NOW GAMBLE STORES 201 North Federal strength appeared to be arrayed behind the pay-as-you-go prin- 1 :1 tremendous fleet.'' ciplc for collecting individual in- ! come taxes. Although there was .1 division of opinion as to how it should be framed. Mrs. Roosevelt to Christen New Yorktown at Thursday Ceremony G E N U I N E HADEES AUTO HEATER. S14.!.? vnluc now S9.4.V Gamble Stores. 231 North Federal avenue. Lodge Notices M A S O N CTTV TouOK ~Xo7 i; I. O/ O. Y. Meeting cvorv Tuc.";. night FOSTER ELLIOTT Noble Gr^nd ['lione 1C99 W A V M A N CLOSSON flccortidin Sccreiary Phone tl^FI Convicted in Slaying Which Developed From j Outcries of Baby j S A N F R A N C 1 S C O. i/P;--A shooting which grew out of a baby's otUcrte^ resulted in the conviction of Mary .Sinter. l8. on a .second degree murrfer charge. She was accused of shooting Lucien Boycn. 38. as the culmination of protests against the wail- 98! NEWPORT NEWS, Va.. C.-T')-- j Some seven years after she chris- ! tcned the first aircraft carrier to j bear the name Yorktown. Mrs. ] h,^ of Eoycr.'s baby in the nparl- I 1 ranklin D. Kooscvclt will return I ment lielow licr-- here next Thursday to sponsor a 1 The conviction carries a ?cn- namcsake for Ihc sallant ship j tcncc or from five years to life in sunk in the battle of Midway. j prison. Sentence will be passed Built at the Newport News Ship- i Tuesday, building and Dry Dock company "J ; plant, os was the last ship of the name, the New Yorkloxvn be Observe Man in Lake H A R D I N G LODGi: NO. fil'J f \. F. ^ A. «- Rcsulflr Meeting \Vcdnortay. Feb. JO 7:.10 P, M. . M A Y N ' A R D L. WOLTER. \Vors hip Cut Master Telephone «M-W C. C HALPIDE, Secretary Phone 16S3 launched nt "ceremonies closed to .r-, ,. ^ /N Ul rrS or ,he new carrier ,a, | ^Uavding TlVeS OH Car laid mi Dec. I. 19-H. She was' slated to carry Ihc nanie Bon Hommc Kicliarci. but n f t c r the loss "if Ihc YorUlowu. Sctrrlnry of Navy Knox yielded t" public sent i m e n t niu! gave her the same name. BENEVOLENCE LODC.F. NO. 14J A I'. .1 ,\. !M. Work in the Tlmd Dcpree. Monday. Jnn. Ifl T:KI P M GEORGE C SENN. w. M. Phone ."9.'i7 DO.V I) tJH.EKRT. ScctcUvy ASBUP.Y PARK. N. J.. ((J.P.I-- I.ot)i.s B. Kirsch's aulomobile ran j through a Kuard rail and fell in j Deal lake, where the water half ; covered it. Police found him Huavdins his front tires and shouting: ''These arc mine. These are mine.'* tlnvins been assured lhat his tires would be safe with the police, he consented to no to a hospital for treatment. Listens Too Much to Cases on Insanity r-itir- \m mry, \ · , , ^m-o *-v^., 1/1 r -- . - x i t n u u ^ n nis CHICAGO. 'U-R1-A s s i s I a n t hat and scarf were found floatin" States Attorney R.chard Dcvinc ,,,, open water, no trace was spent a day in court, listening to f o u i u | , )t the body of HUNT FOR liODY CUESTON. Wt--Although his psychiatrists describe insanity, onci went In his office. Silting at his desk with a ciyarcl poised over his notebook, he stuck a pencil in I '.his nuitilh and tried to litlu it [ .vas )f the body of Charles I'him. 49. when Summit lake was dragged. Plum's car had crashed into a concrete briclsc- over the lat;c. He was a tax nccovmtant- ndvisor.

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