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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE THURSDAY, J A N U A R Y 23. Advertising Information RESET FOR WANT AD PACE TABLE OF ECONOMY WANT AD PRICES 10% discount if paid at time of insertion, 3% diBcount on all classified ads paid within 10 days of last insertion. This li 6 point type Th» rates for this tta type 1 Day 3 Days 6 Days 2 Lanes 3 Lines 4 Lines 5 Lines 6 Lines 1 Lines 8 Lines 9 Lines $ .30 .45 .60 .75 .90 1.05 1.20 1.35 $ .75 ,, 1.13 1.50 1.88 2.25 2.(i:t 3.00 3.38 $1.32 1.98 2.M 3.30 3.01! 4.U2 5.2S 5.34 This is 10 point type. The rates for this size type are-- 2 Lines .. 3 Lines .. 4 Lines .. 5 Lines .. 6 Lines .. 7 Lines .. 8 Lines .. 9 Lines .. 1 Day $ .40 .60 .80 1.00 1.20 1.40 1.60 1.80 3 Days G Days 51.05 $1.92 2.88 3.84 4.80 5.76 B.72 . V.GB 8.G4 1.58 2.10 2.6:i 3.15 3.G8 4.20 4.73 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY : Day 3 Days 6 Davs 1 Inch . . . S .80 S2.25 S4.35 JUST CALL 3800 AND ASK FOR AN AD-TAKER Index to Classified Classifications are numbered Acreage 35 according to the position in which they appear in the section. Instruction 2.1 Insurance 10 In Meinorinm . A- Investment . . . . 3 Llvcst'k for Sale « Location Wanted Lost, Found . .Lois for Sale ... Machinery ..... Wise* for Ssle .. Misc. for Rent . Money to Loan. Musical Insir. ,. Nursery Stock .. Ontomclrbt* ... Offices for Rent. Office Eqnlpt. .. Person a Is Apts for Rent!! 33 Amusements ... 7 Aulo Acc'Forles- fi2 Autos for Sale . 60 Auto Trucks - . . Gl Auto Financing. 13 Beauty Shops ,. 12 Board. Room .. ;ia Btis. Locations . 30 Bit*. Qp'tunflScs 18 Money to Loon 8 Men! Women J Married or Single Quick Cash Loans ' $25 to $300 SECURITY LOAN CO. 321 First Nat'l Bank Phone 412 5-7C YOU CAN BORROW this ' -^ amount from us for 12 months if you can lay aside $1.75 per week to make the payments. Federal Discount Corp. EARL V. ZEARLEV, Manager 19 1 ,-. N. Federal Phone DIG ^i^E^Starting^ 3800 Rooms f o r Rent 3 7 ·· . _ . ~ ~ ~ ~ *" -- FOR RENT-Lee. sip. rm. Aulo. neai suit wilcr. Man er«t. Pli. 1087. 7M FOR RENT--Koom, close In. warm. Ph. Apts. for Rant 33 FOR RENT--Mod., furn. 1st Ur. apt Prl ent., stool, auto, hot water, uUJ. Jurp close in. W.50 wk. Ph. 3185. Fon RENT-2 or 3 rm. warm, (urn ant. Util. furn. Close In. Pli. 2M6 eves. FOR KENT--Downtown outside. 1 DI 2 rtn. apt., furn., u n f u r n . 123^ N. Fctl. POIi RENT-Larac 1 rni. kitchenette a p l . Murphy bed. and studio touch auto i-oal heat, relric.. Isl tl. Sliow a f t e r 6 GlrL-. M4 N. Wash. PERSONAL LOANS at a low bank rate will help you get out o£ debt $100 for 12 months at $8.33 a month costs you S10.QO INVESTMENT DEPT. First National Bank "Tiie Logical Place to Borrow" FOR RENT--Mod. opts. Reas. j Inq. apt. 2, 3rd fir. over Piggly Wiggly, 12 1st N. W. COMBINED FACILITIES ot the · land Investment Co. and the United Financial Service NOW IN ONE OFFICE AT 10,-. N: FEDERAL AVE. We have consolidated for the duration .- Loan Kates are uniform w i t h either i:0m til p3ny. Tlte double facilities stietd tin foan lli applications, no Man;: delays. You can II | save lime by visUlne our joint oHiccs. FOR DESIRABLE APTS. see ,). B. Youngbtood. Phone 36. -Mod. 4 rm. and ball) apt. Well ventilated and sunny, gas htai auto, hot water, stove and Fricldalre Close in. 547.50. Phone 3209W. FOR RENT -- Furn. 1st. fir. . .opt., pri. bath, pri. ent. 243 5th St. S. ,E. Ph. 1670. °? RENT-Mod: 4 room apt. and gar. 719',i North Federal. Phone 2007. FOR RENT-Untum. A rm. in Pruiia .IBts. 113 5lli X ly. F|i. 283. Houses for Rent 34 Card of Thanks a Cemeteries Art Cleaners. Dyers 15 Cottages ASS Death No-Ices . i Dogs. Birds, Pels *3 Electrical A22 Farms for. Sale . 39 farms for Rent 40 'Foods*.'.".;;"'.'.'. « Funeral Directors :t Gardens .'. ...'/A45 Help Wanted. Malo. Female 27 Help wtd.. Male w Help Wanted. Female . '21 Help Wld.. With Investment .. 13 Houses for Sale. ?.5 Houses for Rent. :I4 H'schold Goods 54 Poultry. EsfiV Radio Beal Estate Real Est. Loans AB Rooms for Rent 32 Sale or Trade . P.l Sale or Rent . B35 Salesladies .... :-· Salesmen ^j Seeds. Fce'ds ... n Services Offered 'it Slttialion~*.vtd. · 22 Swap Service . 20 Wld. to Borrow 50 Wanted lo Buy SG Wanted. Misc. 5!] Wsnicd to Rent S7 Wear'c Apparel, 53 United Financial Service Over Ford H o p k i n s Dru- Slorc Phone 57 FOU RENT-3 rm. h o u r c al 1413 N J c tr nvc. Inq. at 1010 N. Jeff. FOR RENT--j rm. liousp. gos lirnl 02- rasc. newly dec. close in. PH. 3940. FOR RENT Immediate Possession i Bunsalow. 732 Birch Drive 530.00 House, Central Ilclglils -, , S15.00 1st flcor Apt., 701 So. Perm S25 00 Unslatrs Apt.. 704'.i So. Pcnn .... S22.-.0 [ Kitchenette An!.. 20lh i Fed. So... 335.00 ' Phone 1182 or 32IG Death Notices ""·died at'- l Mr - ? h C *" herln ° HandUn. 9». .northwest, at 8:30 ' o'clock Wednesday .mormns following an illness-. Funeral services will be held at 9 o'clock Frld-ry church E ivn t h" C H °'. y Family Coll '°lii! charge. Burial will be ;il "st Jn^pnli'" Catholic cemetery. The Patterson luiier-it home in charge. IF YOU NEED TO , BORROW $300 OR LESS We are Sjad to explain our many loan plans anytime. lxans made anywhere in North lowa nn Personal Property. Installment loans and Term Loans to Farmers. See. Phone or Write us tor FREE INFORMATION C L PINE LOAN CO. Second Floor - St^te and Federal Phone 224 Optometrists 11 WISE parents will have their children** eyes examined.- Sec Dr. Knulson. Opt. Weir bldg. Chiropractors A l l · £? ",'. JR ° Se , r . CliirV: * =3 commuted suicide bj- hang " h ' s - l r - ml!c! ' Mason . Tliunday himc ta , , , - ! ' «« « ason on Twclllh street northeast, early da mornini!. Funeral arraniio- Maior °o'? I Mr V ' Ja ."-« Ro! «=- I n f M t daughter N^rtl I j n ? Mrs ' Paul Cordon. 1310 North Federal avenue, died at t h e homo M her pa-ems early Thursdav mornin- A prayer service 'vvlll be held at the r v graveside In. Memorial Park llfn ^·""'r"'y £ l - 10:3 ° " · o c 1he Rev. G. H. Bamford. p, 1s t or . ,r«»i; c ""- rch - tuneral home in cb cemeterx . will, of the Ch * lr8l! * Tiic Cord cf Thanks We wish to thank our many Iricnds ana ncishbors for t h e i r uxn,..-:- sltms of sympathy and also tor the beau- t i f u l floral oftcrinss extended ti s in tl"e . Jlrs. A. W. Kitlo. Wesley Kllto. Mr. and Mrs. John Kitto and son. Funeral Directors MEYERS Fnm-raTMHo'rnc. brauUtui Fl. * l "i cral . Hc . mt '' 09 Second N. ~E EHicient Service plus neverencc. Am- bulancc. Phone 511. Corn PJ %? E ? S ?* F rT" H °TM- Known '°* service. Ambulance. 333 Korlh Wa:hin B ton. p« O ne .1140. ^orlh Federal. Jr. Lucy E! Help Wtd., Male 20 Northwest Airlines Inc., St. Paul AUTOMOBILE, TRUCK, TRACTOR MECHANICS to be employed at and trained for aircraft and engine Overhaul, Ignition, Carburetor, Generator, Airplane motor repair and maintenance. - RADIO MEN" " Experienced in the general repair and assenv, bly of radios, installation, wiring. ' For Instrument Work. Good Wages During Company Training Must be draft 'exempt or class 3-A category tour, that is. married with one or more children. Will also interview 4-F class--physical ·examination required Men presently employed full time'in the repair ot essential farm machinery; Agricultural Poultry, Dairy or Defense Workers Will ' Not Be" Considered. Company Representative Will Interview at U. S. Employment 'Service War Manpower Commission 19 3rd St. N. E., Mason City JANUARY 29-30 - - - FEBRUARY 1-2 8:30 A. M. -- 5:00 P. M NO FEE CHARGED FOR RENT-- B 511). Ph. C8J. low at 10« 3rd S. W. HOUSES FOR RENT 053 Second N. w.. 7 room modern '[replace noon 132 N i n t h N. W.. S rocm modernl'double' 1012 Third N."w.".'i ii'e'rirrnV.; 'ti" r c 2 H_S.^ Louisiana. :j bedrooms CLEAR Acreage 37 Tlii-ce very desirable aci-cagcs for sale at reasonable prices. Possession March 1st. These tracts are 4, 4'/2 and 5 acres. D. E. KEN YON Clear Lake . lowa Forms for Sale 39 i J-,}Y" ncw 4 """" house. ..Slflloo r I' S. W.. 4 rm. brick bungalow.S30.1KJ Wcos'tcr"so'iV BECK BROS. CO.. Phono 134 ' FOR SALE-Imp. 80 A., r, ml. S. Mason ",*'· f r o m wavi "B. Clarion and A. T. Clouse. FOR RENT--Small, mod. hoiuc. sood lo- calion. Ph. 2MO-W. FOR RENT Five room bum-alow, strictly modern. Gas Heat, aarage. cardcn plot. S22.SD. C. F. Crane, Clear Lake cm K. \v t bed rm. houic, locntctl -J2; S3j per mo. Ph. ^310. FOR SALE AT "LAST YEAR'S PRIC-iS UG flcreji on pavement. March 1st possession. S69. fill acres near Mason City. 5103. 13:t acres. SI 13. 200 acres. S30. All improvctl anu good buys. . HAMILTON, Foresters Bldg. Seeds, Feeds 17 FOR SALE--3tm bales hay. Good clover antl timothy, mixed. August Emels, 3la miles N. E. of Rockford. Help Wtd., Mote 20 ' POSSESSION MARCH 1st Imp. 154 A. near Thornton... .S2200 down jmp, S.T A. near Carpenter SHOO down Imp. u A. near Floyd' 3I5M down Long terms ou balance. Low- interest Brokers cq-opcralfon invited. |H. G. Crump, JField Rep. FOR BEKT-N^V 5 r m hTm-aioxv nra %-*uiujj, l ICIU J\ep. _Monroe srf,. PI,. 59a . M . j. Haahcin,. J 308_Buj--Jen^St., Clear Lake, Iowa FOR RENT--ri room, partly [urn. hasel incut house. SI2.50 mo. 1539 N, p E 1332 N. Conn. WANTED SERVICE STATION OPERATOR Highway intersection combined I F O H RENT--t orted. $13. Raizes. duplex. Newly dec- S. Jackson. Sam F ? n SALE--Alloiilion farm buycrs-invcs- ir!, Hi,, f:vrm!i '" s 2: ln "«' Mason Cilv JIM. I-'O acres rach. All huildinns reconditioned and nain-.ed. £ ood tenccl Gravel roads. Good terms. Write for oncn and terms. Box 447 Washington, la. FOR REfCT -- 5 with gocct residential trade. Greas- i c ' osc in - ing facilities. Will finance and lease to reliable party on gallonagc basis. Write J-27 or cnll 41K7 after 0:00 P. M. room modern I03I-J. duplex. WANTED-Stcady. married man for arm work. Good 5 rm. tenant house. It'll basement. Farm located on main highway. W r i t e X-20. Gloue-Cazcttc SALESMAN--Rctali grocery trade. Mason City and vicinity. Established Icrri- lory. Old rchnnlc house. Esp. liclpful nut not necessary. Slate ngc. employers tor past a years n n d phone number. Writ-; H-2(i. Globt-Gasettc. WANTED--Married man on farm separate house, electricity, ou-c Cull particulars in first letter. Including waecs and references. Write P-27. Globe-Gazette. FARM FOR SALE Mr. Investor! Lool; at this closely! lc " ""es. two miles from Mason City. Misc. for Sate 44 F0 . i }, SALE--Model 1892 Windiest*,. 3* rifle: also one ton chain hoist. L C Thomas. Clear Lake. Foods 45 I'Yesli load of 310 bushel arrived today. UTILITY QUALITY Bushel ;.. U. S. No. I QUALITY Buslicl ... -. JONATHANS $1.96 GANOS $1.96 HUBBARDSONS U. S. No. 1 QUALITY h -t n Busiic'. .. . i 3 1.J NORTHERN SPYS U. S. No. 1 QUALITY tf1 Ai Bushel $1.31 GRAPEFRUIT Musical Instruments Wearing Apparel 53 FOR SALE-- Woman's brown Mcndozn beaver coal. Cownic blue label. s!/o "· 4* r a ' old: SO" 0 " tend. SI90 new. Will acrifice at $45. Ph. 4802-LW. Household Goods 54 · ' a y l a f ; "' ash ", good cond Ph. 3533-LJ between c and 7 ,,. in VACUUM Cleaner headquarters sales and service. Hoover Factory Brancli Pl\ 793, Market's Ph. 703. ""trai, i n . PARTS for Maying uud oi| u . r 302 Sonlli "Monroe. Plioiie lui WASHER REPAIHS, .-.II . Cord ° Quk- FOB S..\L£_Cr,ok stoves. r* wv Ijas stoves, all sizra a ,,j u,,, cooV: stoves a n d burners. B i clause. 1310 N. n-d. Poultry, £995 55 FOR QUALITY . . . ORDER Swift's Baby Chicks FIRST P£ATCH OFF FEE 12 SWIFT CO. 8M S. Delaware Pliouc ]272 BABY CHICKS From the only store in town that guarantees 30% livability at ·' weeks of age. All Chiclw come from U. S. Approved Hatcheries and Ihcy will arrive this week at the Farm Store. MONTGOMERV WARD FARM STORE Wonted to Buy 56 WANTED Gazct" 8a Good pump o r n t l l o m n l i c WANTED TO BUY-cood 1'ml hand liv- T '" s " 1 ?-, i:t »'«" coil bed M,,.i,, B . W cile T-2I*. Globe-Gazelle. WANTED TO BUY -- Furnl- ture, dishes, tools. Ph. 1822. . WANTED TO BUY-Foot power cr C.ICL' inc scwInR macliinr. JluM be In roa condition. Writ.; O-lc. G t o u e - O n z e l t L t WANTED TO BUV-Useil pickun I', to, l«o model. Goo,l tire? noT' nci" "0-. Write J-27. Globe-Gazette. Furnished House For Rent. Feb. 7. Four rooms, b a t h j gas heat, full basement, excellent location. Allan F. Beck, Ph. 134 , ason y ' tC ;vo?e°, 1U ^re l "i 1 ef,i-e Sl0 A i TEXAS SEEDLESS ». o i r Inn tnsh fur 24c rest »I f n r m . Whtn: nii](- v.-cst Vtntiir: POP CORN I p a v e m e n t , nearly all tilcable. r.iir build- qripr.- pnr, ! injis, poiscssion. · o U K h FOP FOR RENT a rm. mod., newly dtc.. Monroe. S2:. t nj7. duplc.v. ocros.i from Monroe. S30 ^' rms., gas heat, softener. G. Vtcu-. S3".! 50 0 rm.. close In. gnu licat. 33j. 3 rm. bungalow. M: So. Ky.. coal heat R A Y S A ?.' D R Y Ctcar Lnkc, Iowa pounds U:r ' :s ' "·"··h an acre, fosicssion. est of Flovcl. Mauley's." Machinery STRAYED--To niv broivn hor.'es. I". Owner claim, it farm. I white and : Monty to Loon 8 REAL ESTATE LOANS F. H. A. AND OTHER TYPES E. W. CLARK CO. 205 Foresters Bldg. It's TIME That Counts! The TIME to do your share is NOW.' Remember that staying healthy Is one of our first duties! II you need cash tor doctor care or other Dills, vvc can help you promptly. Home Loan Finance' Company 205 Foresters Bldg. MASON CITY Wanted Men for Welding. Truck Driving. »·-··· nuor. ., roams, modem oak tinUh and General Equipment Assembly f'lrcnlacc. uas Heat, auutm.-iiic hoi water.' \VnrT.- T3«-rtf.*(",l-,u. r\T:j-it_ A .._ i ' softener. like city rrslriniTr.. i a^ n n J rm. IMS hi.. (Ircylncc. Wildivood SJj. fi rm. furn. newly dec- cojil heat S'5 C rm.. very nice. Grand View. Sou BARNES AGENCY Jilaln floor, r. roams, modern. 41 FOR SALE-- pdniid cream icpara- lor. 3 burner s as ran^e. one year o!n: r'J? m S, wootl lnnn "- Dale Valley, 3111 Clarl; Street. Clear Uikc. FOR SALE--K-30 McCormiel:-D e e r i ,, q tractor and eultlv.iiur. 0:1 nibucr. used west o( Alexander. In. ' '"'*' " ""' SUGAR Per pound 29c 6c WANTED-Grcy. male. Persian or An E"ra cat. Write T-I7,' Globe-Cazeln" shcllcr. - - - a n hris-lam. Corner v.-lieclt:halr. Jolin R. 1. Wonted to Rent 57 TYPEWRITERS JA. HARDWARE arUTUAL COMPANY ( 115 1st S. E. UN'S Autos for Sole 60 RADIATORS cleaned. ftndew~ra^hl" encd. wheels balanced nml ali-ncil BlrliLn-OIson Company. J" n "." nd t," 'ITM T 0rd!or-Nc«. '""lor and all good rnbhcr. Was S7D5. Now a real v a l u e at S74.1. Pritcliald Motor Company. Mason City. Iowa. COFFEE Preferab.y Middle AgeS Work, men. LESSMAN RIFTG. COMPANY Des Moincs, IO-V.T WANTED--Semi driver. Must be c ood steady [or right party. »'rilc M-28 GIobc-Gazetlc. hind ot home you have 'flUvays wanted. LOCATION CANT BE BEAT - - - S40 W. L. PATTON, Realtor 109 E. State | m - '"inualow. coal ht.. mod.. Bar.. S3.V Hc.'p Wfd., Female 21 G r '"' h °"* c " conl hc °'* """*·· xw - M '-' M - ""· liungalow. coal lit., mod.. SE. 532.50. r r u . buncaioiv. sas hi., mod.. SE, 510. ·- EU-- Good beauty oucmlor. c 111 in Fol- ! pcr - Ice Cream. and kllclicn help. IJNlJSUAl. o p D o r l u n i t y for woman past J». who cannot give f u l l lime, to earn xcellent Income, For appointment call Mr.t Stanley, Hotel Hartford. Serrices Offered 23 SERVICE--You con hove your buttery charged while you wait at the Pontiac garage. »mmORS~«iivcrM "Factory " p r ocel^ Guaranteed. Mnckcfs. Phone 7S1'. If your SEWING MACHINE Ts gvimmed up, running hard or skipping stitches, give it a new leas" on life. To help you with your war time sewing. Write SINGER SEWING MACHINE to. 77 West Fourth Street Waterloo, lovvn W. L. PATTON, Realtor 1D» E. State ., R , E . rv ' T --' rMm house, close in. Ph, J-\*I, . eder«l. ;r 5 room bricl -"pi"- nrcli 1. Phone 3749-W. Houses for Sate 35 FOR . nn. hojje. 1 A. ground. : car ns down p.iymcnl. Pli. 2433.J. F 9^ 41 SALE-- Desirable bun(lou-. Phono i FOR SALE-Eqully in ncw o rm. hol^c j i" Central llclshl!. Tnq. 16M S. Harding -~^-^ wop s *P" ce 29 StVAP-- Girl's grey wool suit dress H lor ,-; £ az - r ,.'':* st L. ctiai oc chickens. Write- TT-2C, Globe-Gazelle. FOR SALE. Room Bungalow. K South Vermont. pouulc faraBe, B -s heat, perfect condi- ' bU '"' ° nly $i ' :ii ° - W ° Uld S Room Bungalow. Mod. 7M Nortli Karri- ROMEY REALTY CO.; Phone 584 Sole or Rent 035 ___ ^ F0*t SALE OR RENT-- hovitc. close, K ar, sardcn. Ph. 2.162. Livestock for Sole 42 JJ SALB-Hcavy sprln s cr. John Overbeck. RockH'Blt, la.. 3(1 ml. N. w. FOR SALE-purcbrcd Red Duroc male Ph! 1MHI " aMrS - Cl ' rcn " P»«l-c:u FOR SALE serx'leeaDle Hampshire bs * Rl: ' ! ' :lnd I'""' ne J o o s * l: ' ! ' Joseph A. Show. Wesley. la. FOR SALE- 10 monfh old Shorthor - Ic! la n and Joseph A. Show. WeJ- FOPx SALE 1 Bay Mure, a-jo j* ! l!S C { ?, cld[n « fi S c R - Silver nwnr, t a l l . 1 Scrrci Mare, .ire 4. .*llver rn-.m*- ^- f a i t I - Sorrel Ccldina*,^ ar^flW mant. a ' . N. L. LIESNER '.a Mi. S. and 1 Mi. W. of Emery CHOCOLATE CREAM _ NASH FOLGERS OR BUTTERNUT. The Finest Coffee Per pound Mite, for Sale 44 FOR SALE Platt Trail A-Homes s House Trailer Sales 524 2nd S. W. RUTABAGAS NORTHERN WAXED $1.29 7 I t a 25c BLOCK SALT 42c ONIONS 19c Winterized Used Cars " l Reasonable Prices HART MOTORS, Inc. DODGE - PLYMOUTH Opposite the Post Office 120 N. Delaware Phone 080 TERMS - TRADES We WilfBu-7 YouT CAR 31c ZENOR MOTOR CO.. ~ l Second S. W. G43 S. Federal' Carload -Tut Arrived 50 Ib. block.. PRESIDENTS OF LATIN AMERICA ENJOYED SNOW Leaders From Ecuador and Peru Had Never Been in Storm Before By WILLIAM U. LANDER United Press Staff Correspondent WASHINGTON, U.R) - A mo,'" the attractions which the United Stales offers to visiiins Lalii)- ilispatchts. This correspondent traveled with both presidents, and is now able tu reveal how much Ihey cujoyed the suow. Arroyo ;md liis party left Washington [or Detroit by train ou tha afternoon on Nov. 27. As it sped on. early in the morning of the 28th, it began snowing as Iho train passed through Toledo, and when it arrived ;it Detroit at i) a. m. a full-fledged snowstorm was in progress. Arroyo and all the Kcuadoreans with him worn delighted at the sight. They got ;i Hood Lisle of it when they rode ;in open barge on the Detroit river in the course of their inspection of war industries. The L'cua- (lorcans explained that in their country they have snow-capped - -- -- ,,.«,,.,, u, mi i- i volcanoes, and Dim in the jnoiui- Aincncan presidents, snow ranks t n n s there is an occasional lishl high on the list. | snow, but nothing like in the United Slates. On Nov. 29. the Ecuadoran! Two recent presidential visitors --Dr. Carlos Alberto Arroya del Rio, president ot Ecuador, and Maj. Gen. Pulgcncio Batista y Zaldtvar, president ot Cuba have thoroughly enjoyed sccina snow fall, and beina right in it. Another recent presidential guest rom Latin America, Dr. Manuel Prodo of Peru, came in May. 1942. when summery weather prevailed. . Censorship regulations in the United States forbid mentioning Hie v/eather, except in local papers for home consumption or u n t i l several clays have elapsed. It is felt that by keeping weather news off Ihc radio waves, axis submarine commanders may have a hard time figuring what sort of weather will hcset them, and thereby make their navigation problems more d i f f i c u l t . For that reason, when snow fell during the trips of Presidents Arroyo and Batista, no mention of it was made in Dress Autos for Sole 60 FOtt SALE--'34 V-B Uidor. 4 S ood Hies ·2 near ,,,.».. S 80. Also 2 wheel irailcri with slock rach. liaa s. llartUim. FOR EALE_-s:l Chevrolet crtmd. Call 1GOU-J. coach. Good 61 Trucks FOR SALE 1936 Dodge Pick-up Priced to Sell FRED GILDNER Phone 897 Auto Accessories Only 25c Per Car JOE DANIELS SERVICE 121 N. Dclaivarc Plione 3C,'i DEEP cut prices m all auto heater! Gamble Stores. 301 N. Fed. Lodge Notices HAIUM.VG I.uocc \u I7W A. K. .t A. SI. Ho^ul^r M e e t i n g 1-I. 10, 7.-2U P. .M. MAV\'.\;:o WOI.TKH. «'. K: Telephone 4100. W C. C. I I A L P I I I D K , Sccrcl.lry Phone n;Bj ni:NKVi)M;xcK i.onr.i: NO n-, A. i - A A. M. M o n t l n v . Fill) 1 \Vorl: in ;hc First CJEOKGE C. SENK, W AH Pllonc 3SM DON D. GILBERT. Sccrcliiry Plitmt: 2«yn :-: xo. -r.'t Mcclinc every Tuc. ulsht 'FOSTER ELLIOTT Noble G r a n d Phone lisaa W A Y M A N CLOSSON ItccordtuK Secretory Plioiie 3-(H STRICTLY BUSINESS | LARGE SIZE 8 Ib. mesh bag SEWING MACHINES REPAIRED We service and repair all makes of Sewing Machines. Sewing Machine Needles. Bobbins, Belts, Oil, etc. Currie-Van Ness Co. FOR RENT-Apt., close in, jood lijm. Ph 1390J »llcr 3. FOR SALE-Spccint Delivery I..-M Ih*. coal Hns us much heal as ^0011 IDS ron-i»-_omcr coal. Anti-ioot .Vu't. SG.'u! 3 '*'/ W'nip. ST.I3, K. Kcnluckv ^.-- ^rlonsa.* Smokeless. S9.7I. '·'·' N rv,=r r °^' J h - L 2^, ls Swc Wa. -103. Batlcrv charjjcd ,3^c. 100 proof AnCi-Frcczc In your container. SKc 8 a). Oil. lie quart Kcj. Oasoline, gals., 58c. High Test, TOc. HOME GROWN Bug Cobblers $1.69 Red Triumphs $1.89 29c Red Rivor Valley Grown. Bag .. . GOOD POTATOES Per peck BRING YOUR ECGS IN TRADE Reserve Right to Limit Quantities EARL'S FRUIT MARKET 1607-1609 South Federal Avc. "Now, here's a fast express going through ;. t u n n e l can't lie . Nov. 29, party arru'cd in Buffalo. Heavy snow was falling. In the afternoon Arroyo ami those accompanying him motored to Niagaru Falls and crossed the International Bridge i n t o Canada amidst a real .snowstorm. The majestic siSht ot the falls could sea reel v be seen from the park on Iho Canadian side. It was a real wintry sight--sucli as Ecuador does not have. When General BntisUi and par- ly arrived in Buffalo on Sunday Dec. 13. the. city was blanketed with newly-fallen snow. More fell during the day. The sun shone brishtly. making an even more lovely spectacle than that afforded Dr. Arroyo. Batista had been in the United States in November, 1038, but no snow fell while he was here When in Mexico in my. Batist.-i saw snow on the ice-capped peaks of Popocaleptl and Ixtazi- h u a t l -- b u t t h a t was far away. In Buffalo, he actually was in it. Like a youngster who sees his first snow. Batista got right i u lo it. and threw many a snowball nt his aids. One of them hit this correspondent, and he can testify t h a t Batista's daily handball exercises have kept him in good trim to "pack a wallop" in throwing a snowball. In Canada Batista played with a 3 year o!d Canadian girl who was out for a slcd- ndc. Gen. Enrique Penaranda. president of Bolivia, is tentatively .scheduled (p visit the United. States in February. If he sees snow on iiis trip, it will be nn novelty as he lias seen it on the high Andes. Some Bolivians however, are counseling him ij postpone his trip mn i! April or May, when Washington is full of cherry blossoms and Iloivcrs Next winter, undoubtedly othcr presidents will be co-runs- 1 D Washington and probably ~snow will be an added attraction for some of them. Bureau of Commerce Prepares Monograph for Small Store Men Small store operators cnn rid themselves of .n bugbear which has harassed them [or years-keeping accurate and up-to-date records. "fiecord Keeping for Small Stores," a monograph prepared by the Bureau ot ForciRn .mil Domestic commerce and published by the special senate committee to study problems n[ American .small business, is designed tor the owners of ;i small retail outlets. This publication was announced today by Ceor/zc C. Payne, regional manager in Chicago of the U. S. department, of commerce field service. In fimcs past, many small store owners literally kept tlicir records "on the .ruff and did nut know from monlli (o month where Ihcy stood.^vhcllier tlity were maklh-r or losine money Surveys made by (he department of commerce have shown thai a larec majority of un- profltablR .stores kept poor records, if any. siij that lh c K rcat bulk of iirontahlc establishments kept j-ood records. -Y- * -f- This ncw monograph shows how the records of small .stores may be kept with a m i n i m u m of expenditure of time and effort. It, i s not a textbook, but does set forth in practical terms tlio procedures f o r record-keeping t h a t arc necessary for inlclligent management of the small store. A ··one-liooh" system is provided t h a t w i l l f u r n i s h the store owner all the- Inisincss facts necessary for successful management, anil al?o for the preparation t i t income, social security, federal excise and siate and local sales ta: rciurns. Great care was used ill its preparation, includinc ihc C x- ann'n.ilion of a number nf cx- istinz simplified systems in use in various retail trartcs. Trade associations, private accounting firms a n il business-machine maiiiifacliircni were called upon fur data and rcsnimdcd icncr- ously. in preface. Senator .linncs K. Murray of Montana. i-Ii.tirm.iii of the senate small business committee, says: "This monongraph makes available useful information on the technique of scientific record- keeping. The emphasis is upon practicability and simplicity and it should be of Krcat service to the small business m a n . w h r through necessity, must look for ways to improve lii.s present records.'* · As a result of the \vidc interest shown in Iho publication, a second edition has just been printed Copies may be obtained from sn- penntcndcru of documents. Gove r n m e n t Printing Office Washington, D. C., for 30 cents per

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