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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE TUESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1943 13 Buy Defense Stamps With Your Want Ad Profit--Remember! It's Ph. 3800 -- -- i ~ ~ ~ "" -- *"~ i... _ -- -- --_-- ,-- _ . -- , -- . . · _ -Classified Advertising Information TABLE OF ECONOMY WANT A0 PRICES 10% discount ij paid at time of insertion. 3% discount on all classified ads paid within 10 day; of last insertion. Tnls Is *j point type Ttle rates for this 6lz* type ar«~ Money to Loan 1 Day 3 nays 6 Days Men! Women! Married or Single Quick Cash Loans §25 to $300 SECURITY LOAN CO. 321 First Nat'l Bank Phone 412 2 Lines .. 3 I jnes .. 4 Lines .. 5 Lines .. 6 Lines ., 7 Lines .. 8 Lines .. 9 Lines .. S .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 1.98 2.64 3.30 3.96 4.62 5.28 5.'J4 This is 10 point type. The rotes for this size type ore-- 1 Day 3 Days 6 Days 2 Lines 3 Lines 4 Lines 5 Lines 6 Lines 7 Lines 8 Lines 9 Line s S .40 .GO .80 1.00 1.20 1.40 1.60 l.SO SI. 05 1.58 2.10 2.63 3.15 3.G8 4.20 4.73 $1.92 2.88 3.84 4.80 5.76 G.72 7.K8 8.64 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 Day 3 Days 0 Day 1 Inch . . . . S .80, $2.25 $4.35 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. Axtnls ADts fnr Rent Amusements Auto Acc'Fortes Amos TOT Sa!« Atlto Truck f AUTO Financing Beauty Shops Board. R n n m Bus Location? Bus Otj'lunitiea Cafes Card of Thanks Cemeteries Cleaners. Overs Cottages 17 !5 3:i I 62 to Gl 13 12 38 30 13 14 2 A3 15 A35 Death N'otlces 1 Docs. Birds. Pet? 43 Electrical A22 Farms, for Sale tfj Farms (or Rent «n Florists 4 Foods 4S Funeral Directors 3 Garages 52 Gardens A43 Help Wariled. Male. Female 21 Help Wld.. Male 20 Help Wanted. Female t\ Help Wtd.. Wllh Investment jg Houses foi Sale 36 - Houses (or Rent 34 H'chold Goods 5* Instmclion Insurance In Metnorinm ' Investment REAL ESTATE LOANS F. H. A. AND OTHER TYPES E. W. CLARK CO. 205 Foresters Bldg. COMBINED FACILITIES ' of the Midland Investment Co. and the United Financial Service NOW IN ONE OFFICE AT 15','- N. FEDERAL AVE. We have consolidated for the rimalinn Loan Hates arc- uniform with either coni- pan.v. The double fatuities speed up loai application?, no loufj delays. You cat save time by visiting our joint offices. United Financial Service Over Ford Hopkins Drue Store Phone 5' $100 Help Wtd., Femole 21 WANTED--Midmc aged hskpr, on farm. S10 per u'k. Write Kels Smith, Thorn:on. la. CASHIER and BOOKKEEPER CONFIDENTIAL APPOINTMENT IF DESIRED HUGHES 3 SOUTH FEDERAL AVE. Livestock for Sole 42 FOR SALE--Spotted Poland China boar Phone 232U. FOR SALE--Guernsey cow. No. 15 separator. Hayes planter. suLkcy [ilmv. tlise. caa- tngint 1 , JtO£ feeder, many other ar- iiL-lcb at Whites. Nora Springs. WA WTED--Wo man for pa rt -time house work. Write M-19, Globe-Gazette. WANTED-- Niaht waitress. Phone Services Offered 23 WANTED-- Light fio wanes. I'll. 137(3-J. SERVICE--You con hove your battery charged while you wait at the Pohtiac garage. WANTED--Nursing. References. -my. rcsilvcrcd. Factory process. Guaranteed. Msckel's. Phone 1%i, Swop Service SWAP--Stock lioj* and house for noo v.-ork team. Write LL-LC. Globe-Gaze He Livest'k for Sate 4* 1 Location W a n t e d 5 Lo=t. P*o)ind fi Lois for Sale Machinery M i f c for Bale Mis-c for Rent Money lo Loan Musical ln*lr Nursery Slfick Otitometrist* Offices for flent Office FqnlDt, Personals poultry, ESC S Radio Heal Estate Heal £51 Loans Rooms f a t Rent Sale or Trade Sale or Rent J Salesladies Salc5men Seeds. Feeds Services Offered Si ma i ion wid- Swao Service Wtd in Borrow W a n l e r t to Buy W a n t e d . Mfsc. W a n t e d In Rent Wear's Apparel You can borrow This Amount from -us for 12 months i£ you can lay aside $2.33 per week to make the payments.- LOANS for Income Tax Fuel SWAP--Evinrudc oiKboard 5 II. P. motoi v.-tth Hi tt. for sailboat or cash. Wiite JJ-iO. Globe-Gazette. Death Notices Insurance Doctor-Dentist Clothing Past Due Bills Any Necessity Federal Discount Corp. 19',i N. Federal Ave. Phone 516 Optometrists FREEDOM front eye strain means better school work. Weir blclg. Set Dr. KnilUol), Opt.. Chiropractors A l l HEALTH tbroupli normal nen-e function. Dr. It J Garner and Dr. Lucy Garner. 70S Norlli Federal. Business Opportunities 18 WANT TO BUY--Grocery store properly with living quarters in connection. Write L-ID. Globe-Gazette. FOR SALE--Beauty sliop. Nortll Central !a. Good business, low overhead. Write M-ll. Globe-Gazette. Help Wtd.. Mole WANTED--1 Married and 1 Sin; BENSON. Waiter E,. as. died nt the T. o.! Man for year round work · -. O, P. hospital about i*:io o'clock Monday| mnciern and up-to-date farm. Top JieraTTcrvices a \v'S} S lic held 8 at^'Sariha!!- ! Wa ^ es y cai " VOUIld for good inter- t o w n Wednesday afternoon. Burial" w i l l I OStCd men \vlnu Understand live- be at the Gladbroofc cemetery. The Mc- Aulcy and Son funeral homu in charge. KITTO. A. W.. 52, committed sviiciUc in the basement of his grocery store. -302 Seventh street southeast, nt 1:30 o'clock Monday nftcrnoon. Ftmernl arnmf*emcnta arc incomplete, Tlie Meyer f u n e r a l home in charge. \VILSON. Joseph. 70, died at a local convalescent home early Tuesday rnorniiiE. /olloiving .Tti (llhess of nboul two weeks. Funeral arrangements nrc incomplete. The Plterson /uncral home in ctinrgc. stock care and farming and can handle machinery with care. Modern tenant house, pleasant homes and working conditions, no long hours. Please do not reply unless you are sober and industrious, no boozers. Draft exempt if possible. WRITE B-itf, GLOBE-GAZETTE Business Locations 30 HAVE DRASTICALLV REDUCED RENTS on all stores. Choice Federal avenue .ocatlons. Phone 1183. Rooms for Rent 32 FOIl SALE--Duroc h o a r ; 1923 Chev. truck. Kood box. f{. n. Qroc», ^ S and 1 W. Mason Cily, Misc. for Sole 44 OK SALE-- t/ndcrwood reconditioned typewriter. A-l thape. Phone SG7. 40J W. State. IF YOU'RE HAVING BATTERY TROUBLE COME TO SEARS, ROEBUCK'S Complete Stock of Batteries for All Cars at Sale Prices Sears, Roebuck Co. KENT our KtoHriL- Sanders. Four lypcs, by U.iy or hour. Currie-Vau Ness Co. FOR SALE--73 [t. canvas licit. Good cond Phone 13-F-U. Clear Lake. FOR SALE--Hard toe shoe skates, size llli. Good cond. 10'*. No. X r nti Burcn. FOR SALE--Special delivery 1,500 ibs. best Franklin county. 111., l u m p coal Low on snot. hoi. Uotds fire all night Has more heat and lasts longer lhan ici of many otlicr coals. S7.15, tax He. tola S7.29. 1500 ibs. Smokeless Coal, none bet- ler. 53.71. tax 19c, total S9-QO. Phone 409 Louis Swchla. STRICTLY BUSINESS * Axis Faces Disaster From Degeneration Unless It Can Break Allied Aggressiveness CLEARANCE SALE on all Winter Sporting Items Includes FOR RENT--Sleeping rro. Close to Deck- 1 ers. 713 Elm Drive. Apts. for Rent F O R RENT--2 rm. turn. aw. Lishls. \va. tor, prj. ent. Ph.. 4633-W. Ice Skates, Skis, Footballs, Basketballs, Etc. 15 ' FIRESTONE STORE Comer Sccojitl and S. Federal FOR RENT--1 Isc. iinfurn. rm a:id kitcheuetlc. Pri. lavatory and stool. ClOie in. E'art rent lor care of furnace. Ph. 2017-J. FOR BENT--Close in. lower npt,. 3 or 5 rms. Lots of heat- Phone CC7. FOR RENT--Nicely fiaa heat, cloae in. furn. 3 rin. Ph. 2Co7. FOR RENT Nice Cozy Apartment Large living room, Murphy bed, kitchen and private bath. Gas h e a t , , . r j ^-r,_-^ hot water and garage. Furnished J F O U ' S A L E -- U n r i n i i i La E onda or unfurnished. Very reasonable. I Cheap. Ph. iwj. Call Roy Igou at 3400 or 1260 Foods 45 GRAPEFRUIT TEXAS MARSH SEEDLESS 10 FOR 2!)e EARL'S FRUIT MKT. 1B07-1G09 South Federal Musical Instruments 48 "And then you take the excess profits tax . . .'' Disrcga.rdms these l\vo "businessmen," we'll -wager that "for rent" slorc behind them is vacant because it wasn't advertised in Globe-Gazette Want Ads. That's the place to r r n t or sell. Call 3800. the "Results" Number. (This is the list in a series of * si* articles by Mr. Hoover). on. HOOVER Autos for Sale 60 FOR SALE-- 1030 Model A. hape. 5150. Pi). 4099-W. Very cood FOR SALE--1033 Ford Fordor Sedan. Re- eottditioiied motor, new brakes, cood tires--S543.00, Pritchard Motor Company Mason City. Iowa. RAD1ATOHS cleaned, tenders straightened, wheels balanced and aligned. Btrum-Olson Company. Winterized Used Cars at Reasonable Prices HART MOTORS, Inc. DODGE - PLYMOUTH Opposite Hie Post Office 120 N. Delaware Phone 380 TERMS - TRADES Auto Trucks 61 piano. FOR SALE--I'.i Ion Dodcc Intel: Stiorl | wheelbasc. with iltinl tires. In KOOd condition. Julni Carkowski. Hock Falls. In. FOH RENT--Mod. him. 1st fir. npl.. p r i. ent- ntito hot %vater, ulil., furn. closti in. S4.5U per week. Ph. 3183. FOR RENT--New 3 rm. and bath apt. No children. 415 N. Pcnn. FOR RENT--Mod. opts. Reos. Inq. apt. 2, 3rd fir. over Piggly Wiggly, 12 1st N. W. FOR RENT--Downtov.-n otit^i'dc 1 of 2 rm. apts.. (urn., u n f u r n . 123',^ N". fed. Funeral Directors MEYERS Funeral Home. A heautttttl service need not be costly. Ambulance Icrvicc. Phone 1505, MAJOR Funeral Home. 203 Second N. E. Efficient Service plus Reverence. Ambulance. Phone all. MEN WANTED On account of draft good local 3 [opening for healthy exempt man or ambitious woman. Write for interview, name, address, telephone number, references. Write J-18, GLOBE-GAZETTE FOR DESIRABLE APTS. see J . B. Youngblood. Phone 36. FOR RENT--Mod. 4 room apt. and S 7^. TIS^j North Federal. Phono 2GC1. McAULEV and SON Funeral Home. Complete service. Day and nifiht. 8 South Adams. Plione 631. PATTERSON Funeral Home. Known for service. Ambulance. -122 North Wasllinclon. Phone 1HO. Personals WANT niDF. to or near Oklahoma. Write N-IU. Globe-Gazelle. Money to Loan 8 START THfS YEAR OFF WITH Freedom From Worries! Make t h i s a REAL new year, as f a r as your finances arc concerned. Resolve TODAY lo pay all y o u r old bills, and lake care of any mertical or dental work your family may need. You can have up to S300. and the easy monthly rcpav- rncnts iust (it In with your hudect. Come in E^OW for prompt, confidential help. Home Loan Finance Co. 205 Foresters Bids. Mason City WANTED--Boys over 13 years of ase to earry Globe-Gazelle ronlcs. Apply lu Miss Allen at the Gtohc-Gazcttc WANTED -- Houseman v.'i£h sonorai knowledge of mechanic?, -19. Globe-Gazette. arpentry, etc. FOH K E N T -- A p t . , close liglU. Pll 1390-J a f t e r 3 in. Good heal. Houses for Rent 34 HOUSES FOlTRENT 522 N.Adams, 5 rm. duplex S35.DO SO!) fa. "y, 5 room b'galow S40.00 202 S. Verm't, 5 rm. b'g'Iow S40.00 1-JO-! 2nd S. W.. 5 rm. b'g'Iow 540.00 and others W. L. PATTON. Realtor 100 East Slate St. Help Wtd., Femqle 21 NEED TO BORROW MONEY FOR THE FIRST TIME See, Phone or Write us for FREE INFORMATION On loans up to S3UO anywhere in North Iowa on Autos, Furniture anC other Personal Property. No in juiries made of friends, relatives or employers. C. L. PINE LOAN CO. Second Floor - Stale and Federal Phone 224 A Complete Installment Loan Service PERSONAL LOANS based on your salary SECURED LOANS on your car or furniture F H A LOANS for home repairs improvements INVESTMENT DEPT. First National Bank · "The Logical Place to Borrow'' Experienced READY TO WEAR SALES GIRLS TWO EXTRAS AND ONE REGULAR Confidential appointment it desired. HUGHES 3 SOUTH FEDERAL AVE. WANTED-- Women. ?gc 17 to 50, for work nirpl.nnc factory. Good wage^. Set; Federal A i r c r a f t representative. Hotel Hanford, in n. m.. to fi p. m.. anrl 7 p, to 9 p, in. Tuesday and Wednesday. WAXTED--Waitress. Green Milt. WANTED--Girl or m i d d l e need lady for liftht housework and care of School child. Cnl] n f l e r 4 p. m. al 424 S- Polk WANTED--Alicrnoon ctiofe. No Sim. work Mutl be zcad.. Parks' Ca.'c. 12 S. Dc3n. WANTED--Womnn or ctri for house ^vork and care ot children. Apply Mfi WOMEN WANTED Ambitious woman or responsible man over 40 to call on Fuller customers in Mason City. Excellent earnings. Interview at your home,' Cyll MR. McMAiNUS Hotel Ccrro Gordo FOR RE.NT--T rm. house oil :inl St S W car Mercy S33 mo. Manlcy's.. TWO NEW HOUSES Roosevelt School district. Gas heat. fully modern, 4 rooms, attached garage . . . 5^0 a month E. W. CLARK CO. Phone 1700 RECOUDS--We still have a quantity ot Tommy Dor^cy's recording of "*riierc ,v* Such Things." Lcs Reed Music Co., 10U Delaware avenue northeast." Wearing Apparel 53 FOR SALE-- Black- Northern Seal coat ttzc 33 or -JO. Ph. S086-\V. FOR 5ALE-~Snoiv.ciiif. MZC 1G. Miapc; iiiiikrat (nr coat, size 13. FOR SALE---J girls snow p.inls, size 1'J.;;. size 12-H: 1724 N. Pmui. FOR SALE--Good raccoon coat- «-ize H xc^llcnc titty tur lilgh fdiool yii'l. ti\- qxiire Ahcl : Sons. Household Goods 54 I-'OP. SALE-- Good con), wood lira tec. Meiko Tliorcn, ^ miles S. Mabuii City. ALL WOOL PRE-WAR QUALITY AXMINSTER RUGS 0x12 Auto Accessories 62 BE COMFORTABLE WHILE DRIVING 35 MILES PER HOUR Hot Water Heater SG.95 value, SC95 cut t o . . . . . . 0 S1Q.95 value SD35 cut to O GAMBLE STORES ·201 North Federal FOR SALE--15i!l Chevrolet nnd '40 Dod£i c::ir rnrtios Cliazcn's A u t o Paris. I f 1 N. Fed. PH. ri-3. BATTERIES Sole! 011 our Budget Pay Plan GOODRICH From $32.95 to $59.50 , 25 F -'t Montgomery Ward and Co. SILVERTOWN STORE COMPLETE Vacuum Cleaner rcbuHdms nnd rep.iiring tor n i t make vnctimn cleaners. S.ivo pnp. Free Delivery service. Hoover factory Branch. McrKel's. PARTS for M a y t a g and other washers. Repairinj; and used ivasuers. Manaon "0:i Suulh Monroe. Phone IG'2. WASHER REPAlnS. all moUcs. Quick, economical. Ccrro Gordo Waylac Co. Phone J06X FOR RENT 3 Small Partly Modern Houses at $18 Month In south port ot town. 5 Room Brick House Midland Heights, completely mod., gas ticat. attached garage. $35 PER MONTH E. W. CLARK CO. Phone 1700 Wanted to Buy 56 WANTKD TO BUY--Sewing machines, v.-asliini; machine;, cilher Ras or clu:- I r i c - f u r n i t u r e , slovcs. yocirt shoe?, clothes, motor?, fishing tackle, trikcs. scooters, or whiil have you. B. S: O. Exehansc 1310 N. Fed. WAN'TED--Installation machine for blowing loose f i l l i n s u l a t i o n . Complete Utiek Wool or any oilier lypc. Kcv.- or used Write Mr. K e i t h Lullicr. Gamble Stores. TOO YV.-ishinston avenue norlli. Mlnncjno- li?. Minn. FOIt HENT--Film, or miltini. limtsc hy Feb. 1st. olO 8th SI. S. E. I'll. SC24. FOR RENT-- Poss. immed.. 5 rm. bunca- low. 7.1:.' Birch Dr. Phone JJB-'i or -t2IG. FOR RENT--t bedroom house. street norlhv.-est. Phone 3D10. FOR RECT--Nov.-, r rm. Inmnnlow. near Monroe school. PJi. OSS. jj. K. Ua»- hcim. FOR RF.NT-- - , partly rum. base- WANTED 200 WOMEN AGE 17 -- 50 FOR DEFENSE WORK IN AIRPLANE FACTORIES In Twin Cities or Elsewhere See or Phone the Federal Aircraft School t representative at the Hotel Hanford, Tuesday and Wednesday, January 19th -- 20th Foil KENT--Neu-ly decorated 7 room house, near Monroe hchool. Gacac. S"7.50 Sam Ilarzca. FOR RRNT--,1 rm I1OUJC. 1.T.12 N. Conn.. 512.10 mo. Ph. 4919-LJ. SSI lath S. E. WAiNTED TO BUY '37, '38 or 39 Chevrolet Sedan or Coach FRED G1LDNER 121 SIXTH ST. N. \V. PHONE 897 Phone 3500 Iiispectioo Only 25c Per Car JOE DANIELS SERVICE Lodge Notices BENEVOLENCE LODGE NO. IIS A F. t A. M. Work in the Third Degree. Monday, Jan, 2S 7:30 P. M. C. SENN. W. H. Phone 3U37 DON D. GILBERT. Secretary Phone 2030 MASON CITV I.OUGE NO. :?1 I. O. O. F. Bleetins every Tues, n l r h t FOSTER ELLIOTT Noble Grand Phone 1333 W A V M A N CLOSSON Recording Secretary Phone J4 67 LEGAL NOTICE By HERBERT HOOVER The lirst deduction from this survey of Die home front situations is that the degeneration upon European axis home fronts will be continuous from now will be disastrous u n l e s s they can break through the ag- ;ressive r i n g with which the uni t c cl tuitions liavo surrounded them. The internal p r e s - suros on their home fronts are so great that it they arc to have r e l i e f t h e y must, through their enormous land strength, break the ring in some direction. Global war is full of surprises and no one can anticipate all that can happen. The European axis can apparently try in any one of lour directions: (a) Against Russia. The fanati- al resistance ot the Russians and heir superb tactics in turning the ities into fortresses indicate that nother great attack will so fur- hcr increase the huge axis losses s to finally weaken their whole nilitary structure. The present ad- 'ances of the Russians give every onfidence that with support on heir home front they cannot he vorcome. (b) Against Britain. Here they lave to cross the water against lie enormously increasing British- \mcrican air and naval strength, ind American-supported land de- "enses. This seems futile to attempt. (c) Against Northwest Africa, lere .i^ain they have to cross (he vatcr. It seems unlilsely that they can hold the bridge head in Tunis ind Tripoli thai they already possess. Even 1C they succeeded in loltling it and extending their operations to include Spain, Gi- 3raltar and Morocco there arc no NOTICE or rnoBATi: OF WIM, STATE OF IOWA, Ccrro Gordo County ss. In District Court. No. 5315. January Term, 1Q13. To all whom it may concern: You are hereby noiificd. lhat nn In stmment of writinc p u r p o r t i n g lo foe the last Will and Testament or Alice D. KAn som. Deceased, dated M a r c h Itith. 1D3L having been this day filed, opened am read. Monday, the first day o( February 1943. is fixed for hearing proof oE sam at Hie Court House in Mason City. Iowa before ihc District Court ol said Couni or the Clerk ot said Court: and; at o'ctocfc P. M., of tJie riny above men tioncd all persons interested arc licrcb notified .ind required to appear, air show i-axisc. If any t h e y h a v e , why sai instrument should nol be probated an allowed as and for the last W i l l am T c f t u m c n t of f-Eifd dpcensecl. Dated at Mason City, Iowa, J a i u i a r 4tH. 1343. S. H. MacPKAK. Clerk of District Cotir By MARGARET fllLEY, Dcpiil 121 N. Delaware Phone 363 WANTED TO BUY--Furniture, dishes, tools. Ph. 1822. WANTED--To buy u«cd f u r n i t u r e . Trade y o u r old for new furniture. Jo* Goss, 212 Smith Federal. WANTKD TO BUY--Sccn:ul h a n d bath_- till). Ucc Bchnc. Rt. I'. Mason City. Ph. WANTED TO BUY--Set if t r a c t o r III chains. I'h. 2R2J3. Wonted to Rent 57 FOR RENT--A oiled. S13. duplc.x. Newly dcc- S. Jackson. Sam Forms for Rent 40 FOR RENT--Improv. 2*0 acres S. E. G r a f ton, improv. 240 E. Northwood. share vent. H. G. Crump. Bx. 32. Clear Lake. la. Livestock for Sole 42 l.lcr- mllfcine. I Llack coll eomino I year old. WANTED TO RENT--20 lo 120 A. [arm Slmre renl or .10-50, t hnvc machinery Write X-16. Globe-Gazelle. Autos for Sale 60 We Will Buy Your CAR ZENOR MOTOR CO. 21 Sccund .S. W. IM3 S. federal BUY YOUR GRADE HI TIRES RECAPPING on our BUDGET PLAN We will help yovi f i l l out your application. GOODRICH SILVERTOWN STORES 125 Fii-st St. S. E. Phone 3500 Drastic Cut in Price on CAR HEATERS V-B HOT AIRE HEATER. WAS S().98 NOW S 3 38 GAMBLE STORES 201 North Federal Lodge Notices H A R D I N G LOUr.E NO. f.19 A. F. A. ,M. Third Decree U'cdncsriav Jan, M 7:30 P, M. A I A Y N A K D L, WOLTER. \VorsIiipful Master Telephone 4460-w C. C, IJALPIDE, Secretary Phone IS85 Buy War Savings Bonds and Stamps from your Globe-Gazelle rftrrir,r hov. NOTlCi: OF I'ROIIATE OK W I L L STATE OK IOWA. Ccrrc Covclo C u u t i t j ?s. In District Court. No. 50J3. J a n u a r Teem. 1943- Tft all u-hom it may concern: You nre hereby notified, that nn in strumcnt ut w r i t i n R purportLn^ to be th last W i l l mid Testament ol Ailt Mullc: Deceased, dnled J u n e ^Jrrt. IQ'JC. h n v l n been, Ihi.s d a y filed, opened mid reac Monday the loth day of February, 194! is fixed for iicnrinc proof of same at til Court House i" Mason City. Iowa, bcfor the District Court of said County, or th Clerk of said Court; a n d at 2 o'clock r M,. of the day above mentioned all per sons interested arc hereby noiificd an required to appear, and show cause, any they have, why s,iid instrmncn should not he probated .intt allowed ,1 and for the last Will .ind Testament said deceased. Dated at Mason Citv. loiva, J a n u a r v Ifith, IQ^S. S. II. MacPEAK. CIcrJf of Diitrict Conrj By MARGARET HILEY. Deputy ATTLEE LOOKS FORWARD IN '43 Says Successes Should Be Viewed Soberly LONDON, (/P)--Clement R. Atl- Icc, deputy prime minister, told the opening session of parliament Tuesday that Great Britain could "look forward to 1!)43 with justici- able confidence," and Hint the successes scored by the allied nations last year \vcre to be viewed with * : sobcr satisfaction.'* In n brief statement on the v.-ar situation pending nn anticipated complete review by Prime Minister Churchill within the next few clays. Altlee lauded the "wonderful achievements" of the Russian army and said "it lookc as if none of the great forces (before Stalingrad) will escape from the trap." Describing the allied objective in North Africa as total destruction of enemy forces, he told commons that bad wealhcr in Tunisia had restricted movement of motorized forces and had "seriously affected the provisions of nir- fields." "We have every confidence in General Eisenhower and General Anderson and the men of the -forces/' he said. Referring lo reports of differences between the British and Americans over the political lineup in North Africa. Attlee declared it was only natural that French affairs should not appear in the same light to the two allied nations, but added that "such variations of outlook . . . ought not be exaggerated." "Everyone there is co-operating." he asserted. "French civil authorities arc co-operating fully with the allied forces, just \ as supplies in North A f r i c a amounts that would relieve (heir home front. (cl) Against tlie southwest, either throng}! Greece. Crete and Syria, where again they have to cross water, or through Turkey, through tlie Caucasus and Persia. In this the South-East movement alone, in conjunction with successful Japanese invasion of India, can the European axis oblain sufficient relief lor the home Iront to assure long continuation of Ihc war. With the full British-American occupation ot North Afric; and the Mediterranean route under possible protection, it woult seem that such a movement could be stopped. ¥ * * The degeneration upon the European axis home fronts has another bearing upon military strategy. Their armies ot six to seven million men behind their control of the whole European scatmaril ami with their interior lines arc exceedingly powerful. * * * They greatly c-xcced any land force that the united nations could bring to bear in 19W. The European sea coasts have been enormously fortified. For the British and Americans to attack their central position on land, during law. will be a bloody business. Ou the other hand, if the axis for some time yet be held constantly seem to dampen any such notions, (b) further action against China to prevent the establishment of air bases there by the allies. Owing to enormous spaces they did not succeed in overwhelming China when they had only China for an enemy. (e) Against Russia through Siberia. This would no doubt aid Germany, but in that case the Japanese will have the danger ot terrible destruction on their home front from American air fleets via Alaska and Siberia. And an invasion of Siberia would bring no conclusive ending of her v/ar w i t h the United States and Britain. ( d ) Against India in the hope of joiniiiK the Germans, moving I" the southeast. It would be some job' to overrun India, but it is not to be discounted. ' * ¥ * Japan's great weakness is merchant .ships with which to keep her castle of conquests supplied and to urine products to her home front. She is today losing ships faster lhan she can build them. * * * In conclusion, the beating upon military strategy of the progressive situation on the home fronts both of the united nations and the f-uropean axis at this moment, and probably for all 1943. cems to point to (a) aggressive ea and air attrition of the axis b) tightening the ring around hem; (c) extension ot adequate bases for offensive action; (d) urther building of American air. laval, land, merchant marine and 'oocl strength: (e) supplies to our illics. The result should be un- loubted weakening of the axis, tjuaranleeins d e c i s i v e blows ainst their central citadels later on without uncertainties and v i t l i the saving of enormous loss of lives. Until the European situation is on the ivay to disposal the united nations do not have sufficient naval and air forces to make direct attack upon the heart of the Japanese ring. With the European axis disposed of or weakened the destiny of Japan is certain. within Europe and compelled to guard this enormous coast line, the decay on llicir home fronts from internal degeneration. from shortages of supplies by blockade, and from aggressive attack from the air weaken them enormously and make thcir dcfcat less costly in life. One conclusion seems certain. The European axis mi I i t a r v strength will be less in 1044 t h a n in 1943. Ours will be greater in EXPECT HEAVY SUB ASSAULT Believe Nazis Build 20 to 30 Each Month LONDON, U.R -- G e r m a n y is building 20 to 30 submarines a month--twice as fast as the allies can sink them--and will have 500 to TOO lo throw against the united nations' supply lines in the spring, according to the best available information. This great U-boat armada will be sent into action in the next Tour months when Adolf Hitler will make a climactic--and perhaps final effort to avert total defeat, observers believe. The unprecedented submarine warfare will be a struggle comparable to the aerial battle o£ Britain. Most o{ the raiders will be 750- ton craft capable of inflicting deadly damage on allied supply routes. And many will be equipped w i t h facilities for repairing and refueling at sea. it was said. Hitler is expected to send a third of his fleet of 500 lo 700 U-boats to sea--concentrating on the Atlantic and the Mediterranean--nt. one time. The rest will be held in reserve. The 1043 U-boats arc bigger and better than most of those lhat almost won the war for Germany m 1917. In addition, they have better and more advantageously placed bases. The allies have inude long strides toward solving the submarine problem, but still have failed to find the absolute answer to U- bonl warfare. The British press has . . . , , , . . ,, = -- | . as IU-K than m 1943. The European i started restless criticism of the axis home fronts will degenerate in 1943 and 1344 while the united nation's home fronts grow in strength. The whole axis fabric will he much c.isicr (o crumple with blows on land later on. And llierc is the possibility lhat Hal}-, especially, may crumple up without the blows. The Japanese home front is not under interior pressures as yet. They have aggression still within them. They might go in three directions: (a) Against the United Slates. Their experience at the Coral Sea. Midway and Guadalcanal would campaign's progress and h a v e pointed out the need of continued concentration by officals. experts and scientists on the problem which now is handled by n committee headed by Sir Stafford Cripps, minister of a i r c r a f t production. Costs 5153,000 a Minute SCRANTO.N'. Pa. (U.R) _ Global war is costing the United Stales .·5220,000,000 daily or 5133,000 every minute, according to Dudley Alh- crlon. prominent banker. Alhcr- ton said government war expenditures up to ihe end of 1942 totaled 8103,000.000,000 as contrasted with a peak pre-war total debt of S-5.- oDB.OOD.OOO. French troops arc [ish side ours in Tunisia." tins along- Livestock AUCTION THURSDAY, JAN; 21--1 P. M. Wartime CATTLB--HOGS--SHEEP and HORSES \\r arc selling a KOCK! lot of native stock eacti M'cck If you have stock to sell brin* it lo this sale as the dcimnd is very Rood We have a lot of good farm trade. Can use hulls of all types. HOGS--ISO head of all kinds, feeder pigs, sons and boars. SHEEP--Feeder lambs and bred ewes. HORSES--15 to 20 each \vcck BLACK SADDLE HORSE . . . LADY BROKE 5 GAITED OR A BAYLESS, Auctioneer Mgr. Phone 375S LUND'S SALE STABLES Mason City. fo«-a Home 4127

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