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tvr g j . MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE SATURDAY, JANUARY 16, 194U Buy Defense Stamps With Your Want Ad Prof it--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 dayi of last insertion. This la « point type rh« rales far this siz« type cr«-- 1 Day 3 Days « Days 2 Lines ... 3 Lines ... 4 Lines ... 5 Lines ... 6 Lines ... 7 Lines ... 8 Lines ... 9 Lines ... S .30 .45 .60 .75 .90 1.05 1.20 3.35 S .75 1.J3 1.5" 1.88 2.25 2.63 3.00 3.38 SI.32 i.ss 2.64 3.30 3.96 4.62 5.28 5.-J4 This is 10 point type. The rates for this size type are-- 1 Day 3 Days 6 Days 2 Lines .. 3 Lines .. 4 Lines .. 5 Lines .. 6 Lines .. 7 Lines .. 8 Lines .. 9 Lin. i .. .. $ .40 .. .60 .80 .. 1.00 .. 1.20 .. 1.40 .. l.GO l.SO S1.0S 1.58 2.10 2.63 3.15 3.68 4.20 4.73 SI.92 2.88 3.84 4.80 5.76 6.72 7.K8 8.64 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 Day 3 Diys 6 Days 1 Inch $ .80 SL.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. Agents Apts. far ftent Amiijemente Auto Aee'snrlw £3 Autos for Sale fit) Auto Truck- 61 AIITO Financing 13 Beauty Shops 12 Board. Rnam ^H B:is. Lncatffm? "0 Bus Op'tunilfo 18 Cafes 14 Card of Thanks '2 Cemeteries A3 Cleaners. Dyer* is Cottages A35 Death Notices 1 Dogs. Birds. Pets « Electrical A22 Farms for Sale 39 Farms fat Rent 4Q Florists 4 Foods 1:= Funeral Directors 3 Garages 52 Gardens A13 Help Wanted. Male, Female !i1 Help Wtd.. Mat* 20 Help Wanted, Female 21 Help Wtd.. Witt Investment IB Homes for Sale 35 Houses for Rent 34 H'sehctd Goods * InstnTellnn Insurance in Tn Mdmorinm A' Itwestment fl Lfvest'k for Sale 42 Location Wanted Sl Lo^t, Fonnrt Lots fnr Sale Machinery Misc for Sale Mlic for Rent Mcmev to Loan Musical I n f t r Nursery Stock Onlnmetrislc Offices for Rent Office EqtiSpU Personal Poultry. Eccs Radio Real Estate Real Est. Loans A3 Rooms for Rent Sale or Trad« Sale or Rent Sates ladies Salesmen Seeds, Feeds Services Offered Situation Wtd, Swap Service Wtd. to Borrow Wanted to Buy Wanted, Misc. Wanted To Rent Wear's AppareJ B" Money to Loan REAL ESTATE LOANS F. H. A. AND OTHER TYPES E. W. CLARK CO. 205 Foresters Bid". AUTO LOANS FURNITURE LOANS PERSONAL PROPERTY LOANS UP TO S300 Anywhere in North Iowa on your own signature. No Fees--No Commissions. Convenient repayment tei-ms. See. Phone or Write us for FREE INFORMATION C. L. PINE LOAN CO. Second Floor - State and Federal Phone 224 Insurance INSURANCE Public liability and property damage on any Class A car S10. Farmers' cars 59. George Van Every Phone 3983 Optometrists 11 CHILDREN cannot judge if their sisht is good or bad. Have their eyes examined. Dr. Knulson, Opt., Weir Bldg.. Chiropractors Al I HEALTH through normal nerve function. Dr. R J. Garner ' a n d Dr Lucy E, Garner. 706 North Federal Seeds, Feeds 17 FOR SALE--1 stack of hay and stack of straw. Mile east of C. L. Outlet. Nelson and Jaspersen. Help Wtd., Mole 20 WANTED--1 Married and 1 Single Man for yeav round work on modern and up-to-date farm. Top wages year round for good interested men who understand livestock care and farming and can handle machinery with care. Modern tenant house, pleasant homes and working conditions, f.o long hours. Please do not reply unless you are sober and industrious, no boczers. Draft exempt if possible WRITE B-1B, GLOBE-GAZETTE Death Notices KLOBERDANZ. infant soil of TVIr. and Mrs. Jacob P. Kloberdanz, 306^ South Federal Avenue, died Friday at birth at a local hospital. Graveside prayer was said Saturday aftcrncon.at St. Joseph's cemc- .tcry. The Meyer funeral home in charge. Funeral Directors MEYERS Funeral Home. A beautiful service need not be costly. Ambulance service. Phone 1505, MAJOR Funeral Home. 209 Second N. E. Efficient Service plus Reverence. Am. bulance. Phone 511. McAULEY and SON Funeral Home. Complete service. Day and nicht. 8 south Adams. Phone 651. PATTERSON Funeral Home. Known for service. Ambulance. 322 North Washington. Phone ])40. Personals WANT RIDE to or near Oklahoma. Write N-IG. Globe-Gazette. FAIRMOUNT Matemity--Seclusion sanitarium for unmarried Rirls. Low ra"tes Working reduces expenses Confidential H14 'East J7th, Kansas City. Mo. Lost, Found LOST--12x12 tarpaulin. First and Monroe norlhivest- Parks Fuel company. LOST--Female Boston Bull. Black and white, 8 mos. old. Ph. 3I77-J. Reward. Money to Loon WE SUPPLY THE CASH YOU NEED S30 to S300 United Financial Service 15i N. Federal phone 5" Meo! Women! Married or Single Quick Cash Loans S25 to S300 SECURITY LOAN CO. 321 First Nat'l Bank Phone 412 START THIS YEAR OFF WITH Freedom From Worries! Make this a REAL new yc»r, as far A your finances are concerned. Rcsolv TODAY lo pay all your old bills. an» take care of any medical or denial work · your family may need- Vmi can have up lo S300, anrt the easy monthly repay mcnts just fit in wiih .your'budget. Com^. in NOW for prompt, confidential help Home Loan Finance Co. 205 Foresters Bldg, Mason City WANTED--niai-riccl man to work on stock farm. Year around job. W D Kurd 6 mi N. Clear Lake. WANTED--Married mnn on farm, top wages, electricity' and new liouse. Write J-12. Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Boys over 13 years of age t carry Globe-Gazette routes Apply t Miss Allen at the Globe-Gazette WANTED--Married man on farm. Stead work. Separate house adjacent to school M. T. Van Voorhis. Osasc, Iowa. WANTED-- Lineman. Plymouth Telcpliom company. Plymouth. Iowa. Help Wtd. f Female 21 WANTED--Woman or girl to care for boj and light iiotisework. Call evenincs o Sunday. 1117 I3tH N. E. WANTED--Middle need hskpr.^on farm S10 per wk. Write Nels Smith. Tho-Ion, la. WANTED -- Hskpr.. motherless home fchool age children. Write H-IG Gtobc Gazette. WANTED--Woman part time cleaning · halls and bathrooms, downtown ap1 bid!!. Write M-16. Globc-Gnzelte. WANTED--Woman to help with house work and care of '· small children Write J-16. Globe-Gazette. WANTED-Girl lor general lirmseworfc Go home m'Rhls. References. Mrs Emerson Decker. Ph. 40BO. WANTED--Girl or woman to stav abon .1 afternoons a u-k. \vith 2 c'hildrc Write R-14. Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Housekeeper by day. 1 chile Phone -144". On Sunday phone :!2U5. WA?, 7 TED--Elderly woman for care of children. Write D-14. Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Waitress. Wander Inn, 2U S Federal avenue. WANTED--Waitress, Maid Rite Cafe. WANTED--Dish ivsshcr. niaht work. Ni Sunday work. Covered Waaon. WANTED--Woman for general house work. Phone 2124. WANTED--Experienced woman for week ly cleaning. Wrilc W-Ij. Globe-Gazelle Services Offered 23 If your SEwi7fG~^VIACHfNE"'i gummed up, running hard or skip ping stitches, give it a new leas on life. To help you with your wa time sewing. Write SIN'GER SEWING MACHINE CO 77 West Fourth Street Waterloo, Iowa Saletlodi.es 24 CALL ON FRIENDS with Greeting Card Assortments. Easter. Birthday, other oc- aslons. Personal Stationery: Gin Wrap- ings. Big profits. Experience unneces- ary. Samples on approval. Wallace rown, £!5 Fillh Avc., Dept. 2012, New "ork. FOIt SALE--2 extra good cows. 715 4th St. S. E. Swop Service 29 I'OK SALE--Purebred Berkshire ycitrlinj; slock IIOH. Vac. from Henke: brccdm* ;\VAP--Piano for livestock. Wrilc JJ-14. Globe-Gazette. SWAP--stoch hog and house for good work team. Write LL-1G, Gtobc-GaicUe. Business Locations 30 iAVE DRASTICALLY REDUCEDREKTS oh all stores. Choice Federal avenue ocatiojis. Phone 1183. S* B^ds, f?* $ ,- ^ 3 FOR SALE--Cocker Spaniel and terrier pupa. 1524',^ Adams avenue northwest. Rooms for Rent 32 'OR RENT--1st class rm. Soft hot water, bath. 324 1st N. E, Ph. 436G-W. FOR SALE--75 ft. canvas lielt. Good cond. Phone 13-F-I2. Clear Lake. FOR KENT--Sleeping rm. Close lo Decker?. 719 Elm Drive. FOR IlENT--Room, close in, warm. Ph. I3M-J. Apts. for Rent 33 "OR RENT--Cl05e in, nicely furn. 3 rm apt. Ph. 2074-W. FOR HENT--New "J rm. nntl bath imlurit. apt. No children. 413 N. Perm. FOR RENT--Mod. lurn. 1st fir. apt., pri. ent.. nuto hot water, mil., furn. close in. S4.50 per veek. Pli. 3185. FOR BENT--Small mod. turn. 1st fl. apt., pri. bath. Close in. 316 N. Del. FOR HENT--Mod. 3 rm. apt. at 412 12th N. W. Ph. 4051J. FOR HENT--2 rm. apt., everything turn, but linen and dishes. Good heat, clean. 143 tith S. W. fQR KENT--First floor f u r n . 2 rm. apt. Utilities. Close in. Phone 3767. FOR RENT--Pleasant 3 room unfurnished apartment, gas heal. Phone 3197W. FOR RENT--Nicely turn. 3 rm. apt., pri. ent.. gas heat. auto, hot water, re/rig.. laundry. Everything furn. Adults 20G Fourth N. E. , FOH HENT--5 room lurn. apt. at Clear Lake, good location. Phone "(03. FOR RENT--1st fir. fun), apt. Auto, coal licat. pri. ent. 404 W. Slalc. FOR RENT--Mod. opts. Reas. Inq. apt. 2. 3rd fir. over Piggly Wiggly, 12 1st N. W. FOR RENT-- Dou-nlou-n outside 1 cr 2 rrn apts.. turn., unfurn. I23'6 N. Fed. FOR DESIRABLE APTS. see J. B. Youngblood. Phone 36. FOR flENT--Mod. 4 room apt. and gar. Tlflte North Federal. Plione 12667. FO« RENT--1 IRC. unfimi. rni.. kitchen- cite, 1st fir., priv. stool, lavatory, screen porch. Reasonable. Phone 2017J, Livestock for Sale 42 FOR SALE--Hampshire Ijoar. wt 225 Ibs. Joe Fritz. Route 4. Mason city. FOH SALE--Five rei ai;d roan rt'gK- terod Srolcli Shorthorn heifers. Bred 10 registered roan Shortlioril but!. Price ?12o rai'Ii. Pedigrees furnished. Clifford Misc. for Sale 44 FOR SALE--Ifard toe slioc skates, size 11',2. Good com!. 702 No. Van Burcii. MEN'S UNION SUITS MEDIUM HEAVY WEIGHT 10-;;, WOOL, Long sleeves and long legs. All sizes, 38 to ^G Montgomery Ward and Co. 51 79 . 1 LOWE BROTHERS KASEIN COATING The ideal covering for basements. Cltoicc of colors. Economical. Currie-Van Ness Co. FOR SALE--Special delivery 1,500 Ibs u«t Franklin county. 111., lump coal Low on 4001. hot. holds fire all night" Has more heal and lasts Looser than ton of many other coats. S7.1f, tax 14c total 57.29, 1500 Ifas, Smokeless Coal, none better. £9.71. tax 13c, total 53.30. Photie 403 Louis Stvchla. Foods 45 RUTABAGAS NORTHERN WAXED Si 29 ^re- Bag 1 7 Ibs. J EARL'S FRUIT MKT. 1607-1G09 Soutli Federal Avc. Musical Instruments 48 FOR SALK--Medium sixcd piano rca=on_ able. S21 Fourth SI. S. W. FOR SALE--Piano, flood i-ond. standard P'tiS Pong Xable. 20:1 S. Kentucky. Houses for Rent 34 FOR S ALE--U p ri fi Cheap. Ph. -3462 FOR RENT--Lovely dtnrnslair.= duplex city hcat T priv. batlr Ph. 2G58-J Eve. or Sun. SMASH HIT HECOHDS in atotJc today Tom my Dorsey 's "Th ero Arc Such -Tilings;" Djnah Shore's "Why Don't Von Fall in Love With Me?" Also G l c n t i Miller's ind Bins Crosby's "Moonlight Becomes ." Les Kccd .Music Co.. 103 N. Del. FOR RENT--3 room house, V- acre. JH7 15lh Street N. E. Ph. 33Q7-J. FOR RENT--Furn. or unfurn. house by Fcb, 1st. 516 3tJl St. S. E. Ph. 3G24. CHOICE RENTALS m-fins Ijoal. Jirar Afonroc S3n 5 rm. bungalow. Grnnd View S3:».;iO 5 rm, £ns lic.il. Grand Victv 532 50 G r n j . newly dec., coal beat sari 6 nil. close in. fins heat s.1.7 6 rm. bungalow, pas heat MO firm, gas Jienl. Wildtvood S-Ti G rnu iurmslicU, coal heat S45 Telephone 1300 or 263-1 FOR RENT-- Poss. iminet).. 5 rm. bunpa- ]ow. 732 Birch Dr. Phone 1133 or 321G. FOR RENT--J bedroom house, 423 Sixth street northwest. Phone 3910. FOR RENT--Small house at 216 l^nd St S. E. Phone 37Jl. FOH RENT--."i rooiu house, furnished or tmfi'rnished. Central Heights. Write Box 622. Sheffield. Jotva. FOR RENT--3 rm. mod. duplex. Close in. Ph. I031-J. 5 Rm, Duplex, dou-nstairs, yas heal. parade, ready Feb. 1 5:13,00 4 Jim. Modern House, coal heat ... 527.50 5 Rm. Buncaloxv. gas heat. S. E SX5.DO lim. Bungalow, gas heat. N. E $37.50 add others W. L. Patton, Realtor 109 East Stale Street FOR KENT--o rm. house, all modern. Ph. FOR RENT S5.°, Second N. W., 7 rm. mod., fireplace 540 132 Ninth N. \V.. 8 room modern, double garage $40 1012 Third N. W., 3 bedrooms, IlrcDlacc S37.50 211 S._ Louisiana. 3 bedrms. 332.50 New o rm. bungalow, gas heat S40 New 4 rm. bungalow, gas heat 530 BECK BROS. CO. Phone 134 WANTED-- Work of any kind by girl. IS. in Jllason City or Clear Lak'c. H. S RrAd. Wrilc D-16. Globe -Gazette. rcsilvcred. Factory proccis. Gtiaranlccrl. Macfccfl. Phone 782. Salesmen 25 jyc YOU CAN BORROW this * -^ amount from us for 12 months if you can lay aside SI.75 per week to make ths payments. Federal Discount Corp. EARL V. ZEARLEY, Manager 19',i N. Federal Plionc 516 FOR SERVICE AND SALES Age 38 to 55 Pay S36.00 per week plus bcnus. All men with us over 60 clays making S50 to SI30 weekly. No priority or gas troubles, no canvassing. Permanent work. Will or trained to handln Mason City district ;is quickly as possible. An excellent opportunity Icr 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 olher defense work not wanted. Give tull details, references. Write Z-15, GLOBE-GAZETTE FOn RENT--r room butisalov. 113 Sl. N. W Ph. IFl-tr FOR REJ.T--.1 toom. partly ftirn. basement house. S12.50 rno. 1323 N. Del. TOR RENT--Nev.-ly decorated 7 room hot:sc. near Mor.roe ictiooi. Gara-c. S27.5U. Sam Raizu. FOR nSCT--:t rm. house. 1332 N. Conn. ·S1J.50 mo. Ph 45:9-LJ. 331 I'Jth S. E. FOR RENT--i rm. duplex. Newly dcc- ortcd. SU. C41 S. Jackson. Sam Houses for Sale 35 J O R SALE--New 4 rm. bungalow car Collccc add., S.r-100. No phone calls. Hartley's. Ac re 09 e 37 FOR nENT--Aercage. mod. Suil.iWc fnr thickens or commcrcnal ntc. 971 S. Va. FOR KENT-- Acreage. n7l~N. ""Carolina". References. Write 222 Lafjycllc St.. Waterloo. la. Farms for Rent 40 FOR RENT--Improv. 240 acres S. E. Grafton, improv. 240 E. Northwood. share rent. H. G. Crump, Ex. Q2, Clear Lake. FARM FOR RENT--160 acres, well Improved. Phone 14, Nor.i Springs. Iowa. Machinery 41 FOR SALE-- Allls-Clialmors combine. yrj. old. Willard Adams. Ph. 63. FOR SALE--Nearly new Mclollc crcan' separator. Th. 4665. Household Goods 54 Wanted to Buy 56 WANTED TO GUY--.22 aulomalic rllle. WANTED TO BUY--Used poullr' equip, rnciu. Lrooder houses, brooders, Ualterv equipment, feeders, etc. Wrile Q-1G Jlobe-GazciU-. .VANTED TO BUY--We pay i-asli lor out. uoarcl moloi-s. clc-ctric motors. BriRK*. Slralloti or Mayiay wasljinfi machine tno- ors. B. O. ExcrmiiRc. 1310 N. Fed. WANTED TO FiUV--Second hand halli- uib. l.ce Bcjmc. Rt. 2, .Mason City. PH. WANTED TO BUY-Smallcr size farm tractor. Would prefer oJie on rubber i. H. H o l t , Clear Lake. WANTED TO BUY--) or 5 rm. mod homo at Clear Lake. Iowa. Not over $2,500. Wrilc T-13. Clobe-Gnzclte. A LINE O'PIPE Wonted to Rent 57 WANTED TO RENT--110 to 120 A. farm Shave rent or 50-:0. ] h.ive machinery Write X-16. Clone-Gazette. WANTED TO RENT --WITH OPTION TO BUY ONE TO FIVE ACRES close to Mason City. One with poultry buildings preferred. Describe fully ami give price and terms. Z-lli, GLOBE-GAZETTE. WANTED TO riENT-Farm. on thirds 01 manage. Write E-1J, Globe-Gazette. WANTED TO BENT--Small apt., close in Phone ^301-J a f t e r 5 p. in. Autos for Sole 60 Winterized Used Cars Reasonable Prices HART MOTORS, Inc. DODGE - PLYMOUTH Opposite tlie Post Office 120 N. Delaware Phone 980 TERMS - TRADES We Will Buy Your CAR ZENOR MOTOR CO. 21 Second S. W. 643 S. Federal FOR SALE--1U33 Buick sedan. A-l cofld Exeellent tires. S4C3. Phone 1074. FOR SALE--1939 Ford Fordor Sedan. Reconditioned motor, new brakes, good tires-- S545.00. Pritchard Motor Company Mason City. Iowa. RADIATORS cleaned, rentiers straight- cned. wheels balanced and aliencci Birum-OJson Company. COMPLETE Vacuutn Cleaner rcbnjltijny and repairinc lor all make vacuum cleaners. Save sas. Free Delivery service. Hoover Factory Branch. Mcikcl's. FOR SALE--1--c fl. dec. rcfri". N. [_ Licsner. '.i- mi. S.. 1 mt. W. of Emery. PARTS for Maylag and olhcr vv.ishcrs Repairing and used washers. Marston' 302 South Monroe. Phone 1G2. WASHER REPAIRS, all makes. Quick .economtcaJ. Cerro Gordo Maylac Co' Plione 20G7. FOR SALE--:, rms. , s oDt] mod. [urn., including «as stove, solid maple bed- .·oom set. complete. ricJu.vt; elec. rtMrig Ph. -1357 or sec at Cadwcll's Storage. Poultry, Eggs 55 BABY CHICKS~~ Place Your Orders Now for Baby Chick*. Chicks from U. S. approved flocks and hatcheries. Two ""g rate--heavy breeds. S11.4D PER 100 SEARS, ROEBUCK CO. FARM STORE Wanted to Buy 56 ture, dishes, tools. Ph. 1 822. WANTED--To buy used furniture. Trade your old for new f u r n i t u r e . Joe Go^s. 212 South Federal. WANTED TO BUY--Foot power or elcc- trie ccwinR machine. Must be in Rood condition. Write O-1C. Gloho-Gazetlc. FOH SALE---1931 Model A Fordor cood eontl. 2 new tires. t02U Second N. E. Auto Trucks 61 FOR SALE -- IVi ton Coast truck. Slior whcclbasc, \vilh dun I tires. ]» nood con clition. John Gorkov/skl, flock Falls, l Aufo Accessories 62 Inspection Only 25c Per Car JOE DANIELS SERVICE 121 N. Delaware Phone 2G GENUINE Stewart-Warner South-Wim aulf he.itcr. Clearance. $13.9:1 lor Jim ior. Gamble Store. 201 N". Fed. FOP. SAI^E-- 193R Chevrolet nnd SO Dodcj car radios. Cliazen's A u t o farts 172 N. Fed. Ph, T.7X Lodge Notices MASON CITV LOBOE NO. 2~t I. U. O. F. Mcctins every Tucs. ni-ht FOSTER ELLIOTT Noble Grand Plione IS03 WAYMAN CLOSSON Uecordini; Sccrelary Phone 3467 STRICTLY BUSINESS b y "I'm not going anywhere--I'm just carrying around my ration hooks, draft cards, social security cards, tire certificates, etc." .. . ,, is onc ° r m:1 "J r tliinss you can sell or buy profitably throujrh Globc-Gazctlc Want Ads. Try an =ul by picking un the phone and calling .1800. Lodge Notices IIABOIN'G LOUGK NO. Glu A. F. A. M. llefiular Meeting V.'cdnesday. Feb. 10 7;30 p. M. MAYNARD L. WOLTEH. \Vorshipiul Master Teluphone ^4Ca-W C. C HALPIDE. Secretary Phone lG8a BENEVOLENCE LODGE SO. I I S A r. i A. M. Work in the Tliird Device. Monday, Jan. 13 7i3U P. M CEOUGE C. SENN. \v. ji. Phone ;t9J7 DON D. GILBERT. Sccrclary Phone 2030 Stick to the Pipe--Let the Smoke Blow Where U Will By T. PIPE INCOME TAX BLANK WELCOME Oil INCOME TAX. BLANK. GOOD AND T R U K ;vmi JOY j GAI-. LY WELCOME YOU. YOU FILL MY HEART, WITH HAPPINESS ' AND SOOTH ME WITH. YOUR SOFT CARESS. 'OR MANY DAYS, IMPATIENTLY. 'VE HOPED YOU SOON', WOULD COME TO ME ;o NOW WITH JOY, I WELCOME YOU; OH YES INDEED, LIKELL I DO. -- · -Which the receipt ot the income lax blank sort ol brought us ii| with a dull sickening thud. Foi- many months we have been heaving what it was goiny to do to us and rather uci'vouslj Renewal of Drive Against Rommel, Who Probably Can Reach Tunisia, Indicated ISy LOUIS F. KERMLE U n i t e d I'rcbS War Analyst Developments in Africa indicate that the British arc get- ling ready to herd ^Marshal Envin Rommel's forces into Tunisia as a preliminary to the ultimate battle in which the axis u'ill be driven out of Africa. There appears little chance that Rommel can be prevented from withdrawing from Tripolhania in fairly ;;ood order. The British have no way o£ cutting off his line oj* retreat along the coast and the Fighting French force which has advanced northward from Lake Chad is too far below in the thinking ot doing somethin ibout it. But like so uiuny Ihinfjs hat are iiv the offing, so to speak, we just let the fatal clay sneak up on us. Now it has arrived und uc lind urn-sell utlcdy unprepared lo meet it. Now from out of nou'hcrc «'e have to produce the wherewith to cover the requirements as specified in the income tax blank. The loan companies should Oo a good business this year come (he middle and/or llic ides ol March. -- · -Wonder if Brutus, or wiio ever it was who told Julius to bcwurc the ides ot March, was not maybe thinking oC income tax payment time more so than worrying about the health ol Julius. __·_ Wonder if there is a smoke repair shop in Mason City. It so we would like to Unou- ivhere H is. IVe have several pipes (hat arc in need of repair. _ A _ Speaking of pipes, \ve have one w i t h a bent stem, (he bend ot which does not suit us. Our friends Marlcy Ransom itnd II. C. "Cliff'' Rosa told us if we boiled it in water for a sp_oll. the rubber would become pliable and \ve desert anil not strong enough to constitute a real menace. It if. possible, of course, that the F i- c n c h forces in south- central Tunisia ni i;; h t knife t h r o u g h to the coast at SOUSEC' and present a barrier to Rommel's junction KKEML.E with ihe Tunisian forces of Maj. Gen. Hans Arnim. However. Rommel might tight lus way through or, foreseeing the possibility of disaster, speed up his withdrawal and got there first. There is small doubt that Rommel intends to get out of Libya. A Gormen announcement that the British eighth army has concen- .rated 150,000 men against him, whether true or not. apparently is designed lo prepare the German .ind Italian people for the withdrawal. If the British had t h a t many men. Rommel would be hopelessly outnumbered. What tic lias been doittK is lo delay the issue as Ions as he can. The axis cannot now hope to hold out in Africa indefinitely. Its strategy will be to make a. stand in the northeastern corner of Tunisia, in t h e vicinity of the stroiiK [mints of Tunis anil Bi- zcrlc. ^*. %.- ^: There the German and K a l i a n forces should be able to dig in for :ould bend taste. the stem to fit our rt long siege. The object in fighting for delay is tsvo-fold. One motive is the hope t h a t somehow sufficient reinforcements might be gotten through by spring to hold the allie.s at bay for many monllis. - The other object is lo gain time to f o r t i f y southern Kurope and make it as hard as possible lo invade the strongly defended coasts of western Europe. That in Hitler's only hope of protecting his stronghold and it is certain that he will f i g h t to the last before abandoning Africa. In discussion of the fortification of southern Europe, a summary by the British joint liaison committee in Washington observes: * :,-. %. "While it is true (hat defense on this scale would probably employ at least 20 to 25 additional German divisions and. owing to topographical features a n d transport problems, it would be more difficult for the axis to formulaic a strategical .reserve on the Hues of the western front in Europe, much the same topographical problems would face an invading force from Africa. "For it would be rash to assume that a smaller assaulting force would be required for a Mediterranean as opposed to a North Sen or Atlantic invasion." The committee points out. however, that if Hitler has to immobilize 20 to 25 divisions on coastal defense, they would have to be withdrawn from the Russian front or the strategic reserve in Germany, since it would be dangerous to weaken the western front. That would be a net. gain lor the united nations and a further scattering of Hitler's strength. French Fighting Men Are Getting Ahead With Task in Spite of Political Squabble By GLENN BABIi AVar N'c\vs Interpreter Amid the clamor over the political situation in the ,French empire there is danger of overlooking the fact that French XiyhtinK men, dedicated to the liberation of their country, are jietiitiK ahead very u-eil with the immediate job ol expelling Hie axis Irom Africa. In fact, during the*- -----last feu- days, w h i l e the American f i l t h and British first and eighth So u-e tried it. \Vc boiled it for x long time but the only results obtained «-as a slight siraiffhleniiifr of the stem anil a considerable complaint from The Missus as lo the stink in her stew pan. The stem itself remained unplialilc. Which reminds us t h a t maybe Cliff gave us the information with armies have been conccntratifi on their dispositions for the knockout blows against Nelirmg a 11 d Rommc!. nearly all the allies' African successes have | been scored by I Frenchmen. Some of these fight under the Lorraine cross of De Gaulle and some under .the banner of Girautl. A F i y h t i n r; French column BARB under General LeCIcrc has complishcd one of the m i l i t a r y feats of the war, brilliant a 1.000- Last year mile advance from t h e ' h e a r t southern Libya, f n central ...... southern Tunisia Giraud's men and rnahcc aforethought. ,,.,,. ., ,, I1IL . il[lv . allct . ,,. om mc ,, for our birthday we received a Africa to drive Mussolini's inin- garticn encyclopedia and m it it i o n s [rom the Feaan region of told how to treat a hydrangea . . . . plant so it would produce blue blooms. We knew Cliff was a hydrangea fan so wc~'imparted the information to him. Whereupon he proceeded to Rive his plants the prescribed treatment in a big way. But \vhcn the plants bloomed, the blossoms were a pure white. A few days later \vc met Cliff and he says to us: "Do you know any other jrooil jokes?" S» maybe that pipe stem boiling business is one of liis jokes to get even with us. K'O MATTER WHAT YOU SAY OR DO T1S HARD TO MAKE, A WHITE BLOOM BLUE. Thought for today: It is much easier to KCt in debt than it is to gel out of debt. LaGUARDIA OPPOSED TO EATING HORSE MEAT Which makes unanimous. --Newsiieadinp. practically And to make it even more unanimous, no doubt even the houses are violently opposed to the proposition. "However, before the war is over with, a nice juicy hoss steak may look prctt.v Rood. It's tough to think about anrt perhaps be (otiRh catinc. to say nothing of hcin? tough on the bosses. Which makes it rather tough all around. The planet Venus, queen of the stars, after reigning as morning star for some nine months is once more evening star. It may be seen shortly after sunset low in The roles have becu reversed: W h i l e in 1317 American flyers fovight in French planes nnd undci' French command, in 1943 Frenchmen fly American planes u n d e r American command. * * ¥ Altogether there is nlcnly of evidence lhal there are hundreds of thousands of French soldiers more interested in the redemption of their country than in the sriuabble for political power. Moreover there arc signs that the elements of discord in t h a i tragic turmoil in North Africa, which undeniably confronts the united nations with one of ( h e most dangerous tests of their unity, arc being isolated and dcall with. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICI: or Tun APPOINTMENT OF arc keeping up ;i relentless prcs-' STAn ; °^ IOWA. Ccrro Gortio count* sure on the enemy, scorin . . able tactical gains ..... H ,. t , deep into the desert near the Tunisian-Libyan frontier. And while the politicians arc bickering over the best way of unifying all Frenchmen in a uo- sition to fight Hitler, these soldiers of Iwo factions have established contact across the African wastes. * * -'£ .lust how is not disclosed: perhaps by plane, perhaps by motor or even camol patrols traversing the several hundred miles still separating the main forces. But Bt least they have formed a lini- son with every prospect that it ·ill be strengthened u n t i l there is a slrons French sector between the Americans and British in Tunisia and the British in Libya which may prove one of the main elements of allied power in the final push to free Africa of the axis. Another heartening indication that Frenchmen are Vapidly getting ready to claim major status in the anti-Hitler alliance is the appearance of the new Lafayette Escadrilio on the Tunisian front. I"»D. Notice is hereby given, t h a t Hie imder- isnrrf has been tJiiJy -TppoitiKvi anrl Oiinlificd ns E x r c u t r t x of the «Ute r,f .rented. lrtt of Ccrvo Gordo County. All person. 1 ; Enricbtcc! to rattj est-iie arc rc- rstnd to make immediate payment; fl tJioct* havinfr claims acninf-t the same 11 present them, d u l y authenticated. the umlersisnefi far allowance. ,ind fifn -.. tiic office of t h e Clerk o£ the Disttict Court, MAE: HOLMAN. Executrix K. U*. SCHILLIKG. Attorney Dated January nih. 10«. i. IT. .MacPEAK, Clert: Districl Court By MARGARET RILEV. Ocpuly NOTICE OK rnOISATE OF Will, STATK OK IOWA. Ccrro Gnrdo County, s-t. In District Court. No. 5314. October Term. 1941. To a l l whrim it may rnncerti: You arc hereby notified. Thai an Instru- m e n t of v.-ritinc piirportinK to be the la^t Will and Testament ot C, L. Murray. IDr- ccapccl. tlaird A u g u s t Gih. imi. havini* Ijet-n Uns day riled, opened and re;uJ. Monday, the 1st day of February. IS4.1. i* fixed (or hearinc proof ol snmc at Ihe Court House in NT.i?on Cilv. Iowa, bcfo.-c Ihc District Court of said "county, or thn Clerk ol ,iid Court; .ind .11 2 o'clock I*. M.. of t h e day above mentioned, all persons inicrc^lcd arc licrcby notified and rcrjuirrd lo appear, and show cause, it .1 ny i h cy h,i vc. \vtoy ja :d i nst rumen t should not be probated anrt Allowed a* -intJ for the last Will anel Testament r,C said deceased. n.iterl ,il Alison City, Iowa. December S.'n. M.icPEAK. Clerk of District Court By MARGARET R1LEY. Deputy OF C O N D I T I O N ' PIONKEU I ' K D l ' K A L S A V I N G S L O A N ASSOCIATION Ma^ftn Cily, Iowa a^ tl Drcrmbcr ^1. Iflt: Firj-l t.onn5 Federal Home l.o,m Hank Stork Real Zbinte Solrt on Conrr.ici Accounts. Receivnhte . . ' . ' " ' Real EM-Ttr in .HidginriH Subject to Redemption'.".'.".".".'.""."."."" Tax Ccrlifiea'iCM U. S. War SaviiiRi Bonds .'.'.".'.'.'.['.'[.".'.".'.I'". Accrued Intcre!-t Cash on Hand and in Banks .*!.."! 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