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Mason City, Iowa
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Rationing Calendar TIKES--Class A ration: First in spection deadline March 31 Class B, C or bulk coupon ra tions: First inspection deadlin Feb. 28. Commercial vehicle ' inspection deadline Feb. 28 GASOLINE--"A" book coupon - No 4 (4 gallons each) goo until March 22. FUEL OU^-Period 2 coupons (1 gallons each) good until Jan. 26 Zone B; Jan. 27, Zone A. Pericx . 3 coupons (11 gallons each · good until Feb. 20, Zone B- Fcb 22 Zone A. Period 4 coupon ' (11 gallons each) valid from Jan; 31 until March 26 Zone B Feb. 9-April 17, Zone A. C O F F E E--Coupon No 28 ( pound) expires Feb. 7. S U G A R -- C o u p o n No. 10 ( pounds) expires Jan. 31- Cou pon No, 11 (3 pounds) vali, Fcb. 1, expires March 15. Mason City Calendar Jan. 30--President's birthday bal at armory and Hotel Hanford. Feb. I--Women's Symphony Con cert, high school auditorium, i, . p. m., second number N o r t h Iowa Concert league series. Feb. 2--Don Holt, second lecture , on Institute of International Un demanding ."Co-operation Be tween North and South Ameri ca," high school auditorium, p. m. Feb. 6--Salvage grease collection in Mason City. Feb. 23--Cerro Gordo county district Boy Scouts circus, Roose. velt fieldhouse, 8 p. m. Herein Mason City Cocoa, spices. Ph. 3013. Rent floor sanders, "Payne's, Paul Brokaw Probcrt of Mason City has gone to the induction station at Des Moines. He is registered with local draft board 2. If he's in the service . . give him a money belt. Abel Son, Inc Ralph Cox, 703 Fourth street soutnwest, has returned to · his home from the Security Bonefit Association hospital at Topeka Kans. Refinance to Advantage your home contract or mortgage. M C · Loan inv. Co., 109 E. State St Paul F. Stehn. local letter carrier, who has been ill at his home 1044 Third street northwest, for the past few weeks, entered the Park hospital Wednesday for an operation. \ : Kebekah Rummage Sale, -iFri and Sat. 'at former Potts 'Jewelry store location. · Birth certificates have been filed ·with the clerk of the Cerro Gordo county district court for Donna Mae, born Jan. 6 to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Grant, 5 Monroe avenue southwest; Ruth Lura, born Jan 7 to Mr. and Mrs. Lester Johnson Rock-ford; Joanne Elsie, bom Jan 8 to Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Midlang Kensett; Gaylord Verle, born Jan 8 to Mr. and Mrs. .Cecil Alger Garner, and James Edwin, born Jan. 10 to Mr. and Mrs. Harley L Evanson, Clear Lake. ·W. L. Patton is back al his office, 109 East State street, after being at Iowa City for treatment of a broken jaw. American Troops in Guadalcanal Continue to Make Advances (By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS) iar Pacific developments Thursday included these highlights- Solomons--The navy reported - , j ' S ' lro °P s on Guadalcanal island continued to advance to the west despite stiff enemy resistance. ' Forty Japanese were killed and five prisoners taken, the navy B u r m a--British headquarters reported that RAF bombers struck new softening up" blows against Japanese positions on Akyab island and along the Mayu peninsula above Akyab. . Australia--For the second time in recent weeks, Australian government quarters expressed belief tnat Japan was preparing a major military operation - against the north coast of the down-under commonwealth. ^'T;, q K arterS said ^formation had been received that the Japanese were increasing their concentrations of troops and ship-' Ping in areas from which northern Australia would be threatened. -,, CARD CLUB MEETS NORA SPRINGS--Mrs. Dawes Tatum entertained the Delta- S-»h"? rek c l ul i T^day afternoon, with Mrs. Bob Salicr, Mrs A J Quinby and Mrs. W. H. Schnedler as non-member guests. Auction bridge at two tables provided the afternoon's diversion, with Mrs Qumby winning the high score award. Mrs. Tatum served a 2 o clock dessert luncheon preceding the card games. BATTERIES Recharged 50e 112 South Federal MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE THURSDAY, JANUARY 28. 1943 i · -- · . -- -- " ~ THURSDAY, JANUARY 28. 1943 JtJ In^eas^TOta^fTractorand Implement Tires FEBRUARY QUOTA f^Jl^n TlflNS ARE TOLn r ··~~~~-- : i»»a»«sw*«=.»~»-^r^... FEBRUARY QUOTA FOR COUNTY HAS EXTRA AMOUNTS Even Slight Increase Shown for Passenger Cars on New Listing Farmers in need of new tire and tubes for their tractors anc implements have been promisee nearly three times as many avail able in February as in January according to the state office o price administration. An allotment of 90 tires and 6C tubes for farm tractors and im plements was announced for Cern Gordo county alone, according t the announcement. Actual quotas for the count) will not be received by the loca office until Feb. 1, but the quotr for the county as announced a Des Moines includes new tires fo passenger cars, 386, an increasi of two; recap tires for passenge cars. 272, an increase of 19- new truck tires, 133, a decrease o£ 23 and recap tires for trucks, 64, i decrease of one. This decrease 'in the quotas fo trucks and increase of tires anc tubes for farm tractors and im plements will be further broken down when the quotas are re ceived here according to the loca board. Previous to this time al such tires were listed under truck tires. "Increased farm tractor and implement tire quotas will enabli many Iowa farmers to place thei equipment in readiness for the growing season," said Orel Rosier state rubber rationing representative in a special announcement. Legislature's Victory Tax $4,600 Month DES MOINES, (IP)--Members and employes of the Iowa legislature will pay victory taxes totaling approximately $4,600 for the firs month of the session. Officials in the house and senate said Thursday $22.50 would he deducted from the salary of each lawmaker when he is paid Feb 10. An extra $22.50, or $45 in all will be deducted from the checks of the speaker o£ the house ant the president of the senate ! . . . . * . . ' · * . * · The Feb. 10 checks of the lawmakers will be $500 apiece, half of the amount to be received for the full session. The speaker and president will receive Sl.flOO because their pay is twice the normal pay by virtue of their positions. * ¥ * The victory tax to be taken out of the first half checks, however, will cover only the first four weeks of the session. The tax taken out of the last lalf checks, which the lawmakers receive after adjournment, will cover al! (he rest of the session md will be computed upon the ength of time the assembly meets. * * * The lotal to be deducted from the first half checks is 53,600. In addition, house and senate officials estimated $1,000 would be deducted from the month's pay of the 250 employes, including clerks, pases and doorkeepers. Federal law requires that legis- ative officials maintain a separate account for computing the five percent tax of each lawmaker and assembly employe. Second Charge of Manslaughter Filed Against Truck Driver OMAHA, (If)--A second charge f manslaughter was filed in municipal court Thursday against Albert Gronau, Kiron, Iowa, rucker, as a result of the death Wednesday of Miss Alberta Henderson, 21. Omaha. Gronau previously was charged vith manslaughter in connection vith Rupp's death early Monday. Tie car in which thc soldier and diss Henderson were sitting was truck by another vehicle which id not stop. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Rupp, arents of the army sergeant re- eived a wire from his fellow rewmen aboard an army air lane saying "the air force lost ; me soldier and gentleman," and JtS -hurchill to Report on Trip at "Earliest D ossible Moment" LONDON, (iP)--A report to ... ouse of commons on the Casa- lanca conference will be made by 'rime Minister Churchill "at the arliest possible moment when it s literally physically possible," Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden remised Thursday. He told commons he could not now predict ai exact date for Churchill's appear ance, however. the an There are several places in (he different oceans of the world where wresh water fish abound The causes are springs formed by subterranean rivers. "MAN OF THE YEAR"--Sieve O'Brien, son of Dr. and Mrs. S, A. O'Brien, 932 Adams avenue northwest, senior student at the University of Iowa, has been named one of the "Men of the Year" chosen by co-ed organtza* tions to be honored in "Frivol," campus humor magazine. Others selected were Tom Farmer. Cedar Rapids; Charles Wknes, Sioux City; Sam K. Lane, Rock Island; Bob Pfeiffer, Detroit, and Richard Spencer, Des Moines. O'Brien has been sworn into the army medical corps and will enter the university medical school in March. He is president of the Iowa Union board and of the Iowa chapter of Phi Kappa Psi. RATIONING IS UPHELD IN COURT Federal Judge Declares War Plan Constitutional WILMINGTON, Del., (#)_Constitutionality of the wsir rationing program is upheld by Federal Judge Paul Leahy, who says it is a "proper delegation of legislative power." He rejected, in a ruling the contention of Charles Light of Wilmington, charged with making a false statement in registering for a sugar rationing book that there is no constitutional power for the president to promuK Bate executive orders dealing with the consuming rights of the pub- Subcommittee Approve; Rutledge Nomination for Supreme Court . WASHINGTON, W _A senate judiciary subcommittee approved the nomination of Wiley Blount Butledge of Iowa to the supreme court, Chairman O'Mahoney (D- Wyo.) announced Thursday "The subcommittee has auth orized me to draw cip a favorable report for presentation to the full committee Monday," O'Mahoney said. O'Mahoney said the subcommittee had voted against holding nearmgs sought by two Washine tomans last week. flu'Iedge is now a member of °,V- s - court °f appeals for the istrict of Columbia. Bipartisan "Liaison Committee" Again Is · Urged in Congress, WASHINGTON, (ff)-Co m- plaints that President Roosevelt does not confide in congress often enough were followed Thursday by renewal of proposals that a bipartisan "liaison committee" be set up. Four members of a senate military subcommittee who heard " lt ', Clsm of the white house Wednesday took the plan under consideration without comment and with little outward display of enthusiasm for it. Both Senator Maloney (D- °" n j) and Senator Vandenbcrg .K-Mich.) criticized the president or 'sending down" legislation irom the white house without previous consultation with congressional leaders. T h e y also :nticized him for what they called us failure to keep congress informed on domestic problems. They disclaimed any intention of interfering in military strategy. Several Bakeries Charge Others With - Bootleg Bread Slicing NEW YORK, (IP) If the iced bread has you down, 3VU can apparently pull your hat low slip into some stores here murmur, "joe sent me. How a, a loaf -sliced." And you'll get That is the general accusal made by several bakeries aga other bread dealers, says the cmporary food industries committee, which is investigating thc hargcs of bootlegged sliced bread n violation of the department agriculture's slice-your-own or der. you low, and about ,,- Jt. isation of UNNECESSARY JUMP Jimmy Boos became frightened vhen kerosene on the surface of pan of water placed on a stove t his home at Fertile caught fire, 'he flames were quickly extinguished by the use of quilts, but he young boy, who was still in cd, was awakened and to escape ne .flames, he jumped through ic window, suffering cuts on his LIONS ARE TOLD STORY OF HEMP BY PANEL GROUP Cahalan, Dean, Lawson Clayburg and Milligan Discuss New War Crop The slory of North Iowa's new agricultural industry, hemp, was presented irj a panel discussion be- to? the Lions club at the Green Mill English room Wednesday noon. Participants were Fred Cahalan, Earl -Dean, M. C. Lawson, M. E Clayburg and Lester Milligan, with each presenting some special aspect of the story. Mr, Dean outlined the physical characteristics of the plant, how J t s planted, cared for and harvested. * * * Mr. Cahalan centered on the Program for obtaining 4,800 acres for hemp in the Mason City territory, pointing out that the commitments now on hand were approaching the 3,800 mark. Mr. Lawson told of the mechanical equipment necessary for the harvesting and proces- sine of the crop, explaining that for the most part it will be constructed for and owned by the government. * * * On the basis of extended experimentation in Wisconsin, it was observed, it is reasonable to assume a production of from two to lour tons to the acre in this area with prices ranging from $30 to $40 a ton "and a net profit at least somewhat greater than for corn on the same acreage." Because o£ the ·necessity of -- ---.-»- ,,«. i,,^ utiLtisiiy 01 keeping hemp dry through the processing, there is a problem of dust involved in the mill operations in which the fiber is drawn from the stalks, it was pointed out by Mr. Lawson. For this reason the mill must be somewhat away from town. * Questioned ¥ * concerning- t h e e probable total financial outlay for the hemp industry, Mr. Cahalan said he had been informed that it might approximate a million dollars a year for each participating: county. The complete elimination of the Philippine source of fiber supply and a sharp curtailment of the supply from Yucatan has made the development of the hemp industry at home an emergency necessity, it was' explained. While the hemp industry Js likely to diminish in importance or disappear altogether after the war is ended, there is a good likelihood that communities participating in the program will be favored for soybean or other agricultural processing manufacturing establishments in the post war period, it was predicted. * * * Mrs. B. 'B. Bagicy made a brief presentation of the cause of "Friends of Libraries" and n number of Lions became members or the organization at the close of the program. New members 'of the club present for their first meeting Wednesday included M. E. Clayburg manager of the Production Credit corporation, R. C. Olmsted of the Northwestern Bell company L N McPherren of the Allis-Chalmers company and Ford Frick, secretary of the local civil service commission. fanice Rose Gordon Service to Be Held on Friday Morning J *""» *uc JIKV. \_,eorge u. Marsh, pas- A prayer service for Janice tol V° £ th , c Firs ' Christian church Rose Gordon, infant daughter of waAs m cnar se of services. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gordon, 1316 j, i , 8lra ^ cs !? e serv| cc also wa; Norlh Federal avenue, w 11 be £° lc J. a ' North wood, with the Rev Vorlh Federal avenue, will icld at 10:30 o'clock Friday morning at Memorial Park ceme cry, wilh the Rei'. G. H. Bam- her parents early Thursday morn- ng. She was born Nov 12 1942 n Mason City. ' ' Surviving- are her parents, and two sisters, Betty Jane and Janet and two brothers, William Raymond, and by the grandparents, W. J. Hood and Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Gordon, Mason City. the ^ TM * * * * center JAPS PLEDGE Preview of PEACE TO REDS Game Given Declare Neutrality Pact to Be Respected NEW YOHK,W--Japan intends to respect her neutrality pact with u..y wim a preview of the Mason Soviet Russia and assumes that the City-Lindblom ba^-etba 1 inme SOVlGt tfnvnrnmnnt i t r i l l ' ^« *i._ ^ nrv ,; n ^ « n . : j _ _ _ _ . . ' . . ' . 11. »' iu "-i PRESBYTERIANS INSTALL PASTOR Wilbur F. Dierking Takes Local Charge The Rev. Wilbur F. Dierking was installed as pastor o£ the same, thVjapanese foYe^min*! hawk? coaST'offcr^huTd^or ^vT^'h T^ WCd ' ter, Masayuki T a n i , declared this game's hlRhliBht. ani TM£ "^ evcm "S by church lead- soviet government will do the ', according to versions ui his speech to the- Japanese diet broadcast by axis radios. A Berlin version recorded by thc Associated Press quoted Tani as saying that Tokio's "policy of respecting the neutrality pact with the soviet union concluded in April, 1941, has undergone no modification." Propose Loan Helps to Widows Who Need to Have Money Quickly DES MOINES, fJP) -- Widows who need money quickly for funeral expenses upon the death ol their husbands would be aidec under the terms of a bill introduced in the house Thursday by Representative W. J. Johannes (D., Ashton). The bill would authorize bank:, lo pay accounts up to $300 to the surviving spouse of a depositor without the necessity of administration, thus the surviving mate could withdraw money immediately without waiting for what m some cases, is prolonged legal procedure. Another bill introduced in the house would give official recognition to the disabled American war veterans and appropriate $4.000 a year to that organization The money would be used to further the rehabilitation program of..the organization. - s ea o declared this game's highlights and gave listeners his views on the parfd- Thomas Collins Rites Held Here; Burial at Northwood Cemetery Funeral services for Thomas J -ollins, SO, who died at his home 617 First street southeast, Monday morning following an illness were held at the Patterson funeral home Wednesday afternoon. The Rev. George O. Marsh, pas- IIT.-IU .u wormwood, with the Rev a hi , 1Hp ,' paStor ° r thc First ° f Pallbearers were Albert Thomp- William lurcn, in cnarce T j --o-. ...^..^n, I V U L I . U U The Major :harge. funeral home in ^refighters and Toolkeepers Needed The U. S. civil service commission announces employment op- oortunities for firefighters and oolkeepers at the ordnance serv- ce of the Rock Island arsenal at Rock Island, 111. Firefighters receive Sl,680 per 'ear, Toolkqepers' wages range rom $5.60 to $S:4t a day. Applicants must have reached heir 18lh birthday. The neces- ary application forms may be se- ured from Ford Frick, local civil ervice secretary, or from any irst or second class post office. KlfV ON HORSE MEAT HOLLYWOOD, Cal. U.P.)_Lines - customers are already forming icre to procure horse flesh meat-or their dogs and other pels, ierm Hincs, canine nutritionist, fates it is virtually impossible to il the demand. Some days he is nly able to obtain 100 pounds and ither days 2.500. cemetery. The Patterson funeral home in charge. Laborers Are* Needed Urgently in Nevada Laborers are urgently needed at the naval ammunition depot Hawthorne, Nov. The U. S. civil service commission is accepting applications' from men 18 years of age and over for this position. Persons appointed will be required to furnish their own transportation. The rate of pay is 88 cents per hour plus time and one- half for all work over 40 hours per week. At present laborers are required to work GO hours per week. Thc weekly pay for 60 hours is S61.60. If interested, you are urged to communicate with your local U. S. civil service secretary at any first or second class post office lor information as to filing an application. If you are now employed in war work of equal or higher skill do not apply. COUPLE IS GRANTED MARRIAGE LICENSE A marriage license has been issupd by the clerk of the Cerro Gordo county district court to Joseph Eugene Rir.k, 22, Bridgeport, Conn., and Jeanne Beckner, 22, Clear Lake. Simplifying sizes and types of milk cans will save 18,000 tons of e t r v A · steel. As is his wont, J. A. "Judge" Grimsley talked extemporaneously on the KGLO Forum Wednes- with a preview of the Mason coming Friday night. The Mo- panng teams. * * _ (The Mohawk-Lindblom game me visiunt is an extra contest, scheduled ,. after the season had s l a r t c d t o mcmbers of be played for the benefit of "the tcr ' a l assoc ... ,,.-,, Citizens' Victory committee. A pastors were entertained football gatne between the same schools was held last Armistice day in Mason City. ----- -- .. UUH ii.^ 0/ »,t;ijii JU1 studcnts.Jn pre-game sale. If any are available, tickets will sell at higner prices'- at the door. Places where tickets are being sold are Decker Brothers store and Engler Drug company). * * * Coach Grimsley cited a few details of the Chicaffo M B h school's basketball squad, notin? that Lindblom boasted of winning the Windy City's public school championship in 1942. This season's quintet. "Judffc" said, appears to be little inferior to the champs. About his own Mohawk mentor proteges, the had several severa things to say. Ho pointed out the special abilities of nearly every youth on his squad * * * "People have asked me," said the coach, "about the comparative merits of this team and the championship team of MO. That was a great outfit that went through the season and state tournament undefeated, with a streak of 32 straight victories. "But potentially, I believe this " 3 bcttcr onc than season The remainder of the , "" u l "ii; bUtlMHl schedule and state tourney plans were previewed by Coach Grimsley as a conclusion to his talk. Mrs. John L. Ryan Granted Divorce on Grounds of Desertion Geraldine M. Ryan was granted a divorce in district court here Wednesday from John L. Ryan by Judge T. A. Beardmore on grounds of desertion. Mr. Ryan is in the U. S. nrmy, court records show and waived his right to contest the divorce. Mrs. Ryan was granted custody of two minor children i n Judge Beardmorc's decree. The couple was married Oct 10. 1932, and lived together until Dec. 22. 1939, when her husband deserted her, Mrs. Ryan staled in her petition. Rectal Soreness G«t Relief New Easy Way; -- Sit In Comfort rretannon R ? cul 19 quick, 4cpcnJ»W» J££» of lM "f*i » ai "f»' *«l« oorenw. - armeumu which m« »tso «ccorop«ny »iles «nd hemoirtmidj. Brinrs joothinz ·eiwe of comfort upon contact, (arms pro- Uctinsr film ovtr tore Rrra. helps destroy infcctipus Efrjnj. .id Nature heal op ran- brolcen tusua. No oil - no crease (,, at , ir ; ».- s^crru? r'jfft PROLARMON RECTAL AT FOBP HOPKlXs DRUG STORES INCOME TAX SERVICE BUREAU Henry W. Thomas MANAGER Basement, First National Bank BldR. Telephone Ii26~Mason City ers from Nevada, Ames, Waterloo and Cedar Heights following a dinner at the Eaclmar hotel for Dastora as wc!l as « Mason City Minis- tcr ' al association. Wives of the at an- constitutional questions and the Rev. Herbert E. Dierenfield, Waterloo, preached the sermon. The Rev. James D. Ransom, Nevada, gave the charge to the congregation and the installation prayer while Doctor W. O. Harless, Ames, executive of the Synod HTMI. i pUoT- 8ave the chai ' ge to " he *TM- "' Mr. Dierking, formerly of Wayne, Ncbr., succeeds the Rev Roy W. Peyton, now at Sterling," C. H. Stevens Rites Held in Local Chapel; Burial at Elmwood Funeral services for C H Stevens, 62. former city engineer of Mason City, were held at thc Major Memorial chapel Wednesday afternoon, with the Rev- George O. Marsh, pastor o£ the tirst Christian church, in charge Mrs. Roy Servison played ob- sequial music on the organ. Pallbearers were Ralph Stan- hery, J. E. Shcka, Cal Dwan, Dr. H. F. Pool, Ivan Barnes and Max Riley. Burial was at Elmwood cemetery. The Major funeral home in charge. NEW DIRECTORY FOR MASON CITY IS DISTRIBUTED Buyer's Guide, Other Information Given in Locally Printed Book The Mason City directory for 1942, including Clear Lake and Cerro Gordo county, and containing an alphabetical directory of business concerns and private citizens, is now being distributed. Published annuully by R L Polk company, this directory is printed in Mason City by the Klipto Loose Leaf company It includes a buyers' guide and a complete classified business directory, as well as listing occupants of office buildings and other business places, including a complete street and avenue guide A taxpayers list and other miscellaneous information is given as well. A directory library for free use of the public is maintained at the Chamber of Commerce, 1211/East State street * * * \ Uncle Sum's men of the armed forces are easy to spot. They are listed at their home addresses followed by such tell-tale initials as 'USA" and "USN." Some of these boys are now as far from home as they ever could be and still be m the world, but their names very definitely belong in the Mason City directory, and there they are. The directory is a handy volume of 551 pages, listing 21,500 names in Mason City, Clear Lake and Cerro Gordo county, with 18 as the minimum listing age Special features of the directory include the designation of tenant- owned homes, the population of each house, marital status and heads of households; also the listing of the given names of wives. * * if Mason City now has 340 varieties of business, the publishers found. Despite war shortages and priorities, there will be the customary distribution o[ the latest Mason City directory to the free- reference directory libraries o£ other cities. Joseph E. Aamodt, laborer and Lela M. Zwietel, student, are first and last on the new Mason City roster. In terms of family names the city has only one pair of and one pair of Slacks. - war among the names include Battles, Cannon Tank, Camp, Major, Doolittle Bond and Stamp. The Pangolin species of anteater has a u n i q u e method (if descending hurriedly from trees It rolls itself into a ball and drops" depending on its lough elastic scales to break the fall. FRAMES MADE-TO-ORDER Any Size--Any Style Latest Mouldings RUSSELL PHOTO STUDIO Next J. C. Penney Co Phone 2272 RED STAR SUPER STATION 402 3rd St. N. E. (4 Blo'cks East Hanford Hotel) CHANGE YOUR OIL On account of thc c»Jd weather you have been forced to choke your car. The result--gas has run into your oil, forming moisture. You can't drive fast enough to take the moisture out--change your oil. v ^? f f « ial T ' re Inspection Station lou Must Have Your Tires Inspected--the Sooner, the Better--5c a Tire. VULCANIZING We Speciali/e in Vulcanizing Tires and Tubes Tires Vulcanized at §2.00 - §2.25 - 52.50 We Vulcanize Anything Made of Rubber BATTERIES CHARGED Don I wait until your battery runs completely down. When it gets weak, drive down and we will charge it the modern -way--while you wait. BIG MEETING IN AFRICA The Allies held a meeting in Africa and laid plans to crush the system that allows a country to march in and take homes, stores, factories from innocent people. The same system must be crushed in this country that allows a group of people to take stores and homes from innocent people. LUKE B. MILLER, U. S. A. Un-elected Sec. of Agriculture K.". ^'~^ Stalin was not =' the meeting in Africa--he was SSTirS, manTo« in prS U - *"' "^ that y ° U *** ln NOTHING LIKE IT Have you ever heard of a company or store that will sell you a FISK BATTERY-give YO u a 27 month guarantee -- then agree to keep your battery up for 27 months free of charge? You Can Buy Fisk Batteries on Easy Terms

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