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Page Ten STERLING DAILY GAZETTE, STERLING, ILLINOIS Tuesday,.Nnvernhpr 4 } 1941. Farmers That Advertise Livestock In The Want-Ads Find Ready Buyers Want-Ad Rafes And Information Phone Ms)n 42 Trunk for "Ad-Taker" Uied Csri *~*-r*^r-u"\s-\ s CAP] I.LAC— PACKARD O M C trurks J H Corbett. 401 E Ihiirl St Phone 1367 FORD df luxr 2-door. 6.000 1041 trade. Wntr 151, rare CASH RATES 3c per word—1st day 2c per word—2nd day le per word—3rd and each succeeding day. charge—Ic per word additional if not paid within five days of expiration date. Minimum charge 15 words Blind Ada 25 cents additional The Gazette will not be respon glble for more than one incorrec insertion of any advertisement FORMS CLOSE AT 11 A. M. Cards of Thanks, Furniture fo Bale, Wanted to Rent and Sltua tlons Wanted advertisements are payable In advance. Announcements FB^v^ATrllASrpmrgiven dai ly at Grove's Service Station Seventh Ave. and W. Second 8t Rock Falls. Personals Money For Rent Bounds funny, doesn't it? Actual ly that Is what you do when you borrow money. We just rent 1 to you by the day and you pa> for ad many days as you use it Simple as that. No red tape—no delay —no mortgages or other •ecurlty. , $25 to $300 ON SIGNATURE ONLY Community Loan Co. 102 Lawrence Bldg. Phone 646 ESTABLISHED 25 YEARS Complete Stock Lay Away Your Gifts Now I Our complete stocks include a -wide wlcction-ot-electric-clocks Phllco radios, Story & Clark pianos, Crosley gas ranges, Bendlx Home Laundrys, electrical appliances and band Instruments Records should be selected now —for grown-ups, for children Album sets are also greatly appreciated. Menryn H. Reed, 3 W. Third St PERMANENT waving:, $2.00 up Shampoo and fingerwave, 50c . R. C. Hoffman Beauty Shop. Hel- tn Mayo, manager, Central Trust BldrjPhone 632. FULLER "BRUSH SPECIAL' five gallon Ful lustre rubless floor wax, $12. Gallon $2.85. James Carenen, Rock Falls. Phone 2078 GOING TO Rio Grande valley j., take two, share expenses. If interested, John Dussler, Buell . Rock Falls, after 6 p. m. THREE FULLER toot&miahe* Choice of tooth paste or tooth powder, 99c. Frank Whipple. Call ALL PERSONS indebted to L. E tonr please call at residence, MM Sixth Ave.. to settle account PRINCE Castles arnooth.~delicU out malted milk in refreshing flavors. One in a Million, 13c. Loi t — Found - LO8T—Parties that took coment iplxer from Morris Clayton home return at once to save trouble. Used Cart GuaranteecTTFFT Used Gars DUNNEBECK CHEVROLET CO 506 Locust St\ Used Car Bargains • W7 FORD tudor. IftM OLDSMOBILE sedan. 1M5 PONTIAC wdan. 19U PLYMOUTH sedan. 1MB PONTIAC tudor. Ittt CHEVROKT tudor. 1M1 DE 8OTO sedan. MANY GOOD BARGAINS Haldeman Motor Co. 1207 East Fourth St. Weekend Specials IMt CHEVROLET coupe. . . $375 1991 BUICK coupe, 40 series, $175 1KH FORD coach. .... ...... $185 19SO FORD "A" coach . . ...... $35 MANY OTHERS SMITH MQTOR SALES Automotive TRUCK OWNERS Uavff your truck tpstrd on our Class A testing lane. Vanettl's, N Locust St. WHEEL Bllcnment, free checkup, free estimate Complete Bear system. Bob Browning. Dunnebeck Chevrolet Garapc TRAILER HOUSE for rent, sale or trade. What have you? W. N. Rrnfro, 15th St., Cantlin road, Rwk Falls. 1938 HARLEY-Davidson motor- ryclo. good condition. Call at 404 Park Ave., between 5-6 p. m. FOUR-WHEEL" trailer, double- deck box, $25. Inquire 509 Ave. I. Business Service ^-fc>^^>^NX\^XX^^^V^>>~^N^\^ < ^^S.^*-^X^N. POWER EXCAVATING Building sand, gravel, driveway gravel, cinders, dirt of all fcinds THOS McCUE Phone 970-2 W Llncolnway FOR ^COMiPLETE 'plumbing and heating service, phone 248. Twin City Plumbing and Heating Service, Rock Falls. FORcOMMERCIAL dltlonlng estimates and service Mac's Refrigeration Phone 1098 DELIVERY service, light "dray and rubbish hauled Prank L. Schrader. Smoke Shop Call 681 "~ ANlf REFRIGERATION SERVICE AHRENS' SERVICE CALL 1719 CEMENT mixers for rent Rubber U'red wheelbarrows included John Frey. 704 W Seventh St. EXPERT RADIO'"repairing." ele<> trical wiring. Earl McNeil Electric Service. Phone 111. New Idea Parts Good lino of New Idea picker parts at Myiin's. 221 East. Third. STEVENS single barrel 12 shot Rim. Rood condition $5. Inquire 512 Thirteenth Ave PLENTY "OF FISH at. Kr!.i?r Camp. 3 miles west of Come Charles Keiser. EIGHT storm windows, assort? sizes, no telephone calls.' Ill Locust St. FILL DIRT, free for hauling. 81 South First Ave., Rock Fall*. Ca 609-J. Form Product! FRESH BULK SUPPLY Corn meal, coarse rye meal, gra ham and New York buckwhea flour. Warner's. Phone 81. SECOND and third cutting alfal fa. baled and delivered. Harv Plock, Chadwlck. Phone 35H. "HI-WAY GARDEN MARKET Satisfaction guaranteed or you money back. , APPLE JUICE Mile east of Gap Grove, U. 8. 33 Lawton Orchard NEW IDEA 2-row corn picker, in good condition. M. C. Lapp, Pol road. Sterling Route 1. CORNFED beef sale. Fed si; months. ^Leonard Hodge, Mil ledgeville phone. 200 BALES of straw wanted. Cai or write A. H. Wagner, Milledge vllle. HARRY DUUCK, landscaping. Route 4, Sterling. Phone County 918-4 evcijlrigs. -^^-^ Help Wanted ^^>^ - VX"'k^V^\XV^NXNXNXV^vx' \S\^ GIRL OR WOMAN, light housework, small apartment, care one child. Private room, good wages, 403 Fourth Ave, Phone 1567-R after 6 p. m. EXPERIENCED with following for steady position. Phone 606. EXPERIENCED restaurant help wanted. Apply in person. Crabb's Restaurant. Work Wonted ^vX>_^w-v>*«^. 1 ^X>^« l ^>^ B ^^-v-v^^»^V>PART-TIME or night work wanted by young man, ambitious, wide experience. Phone County 969-R evenings. EXPERIENCED lady wants washing and cleaning. Phone 1546-J. Household Goods ^^^^N^*^^*^*^^^Nfe^*^^^^^^^%^^V^^^^-x^Ai^^^^M Stoves! NEW COLEMAN OIL BURNER HEATROLAS, ONLY $39.95 • Used oil burners, heating stoves heatrolas, oil heaters, electri heaters, laundry and cook stoves gas plates, stove pipe, furnace pipe, dampers, generators, wicks parts and service. TERMS AT PRESeOTT'S — 102 W. Third St. Phone 2 One used Montgomery Ward wood and coal heater, 20" size, two years old, will heat 4 to S rooms. Sold originally for $89J>5. You can buy it today for 139.95. Crosley washer, A-l mechanically, white porcelain tubs, balloon rolls, used only a short time. Only $29.85. Sears, Roebuck & Co. With any purchase of $89.85 or more you receive absolutely free a $16.95 nationally advertised Emerson radio or any single item in stock priced up to $16.95. L E A T H ' S Livestock <X%* > V«*fc' > V%*^'W%*»V< $2.00 TO $6JOO PAID for tie and horses (exact price depending on size and condition) We also pay for dead hogs Rock River Rendering Works, Sterling, 111. Phone charges Main 462. Reverie CASH PAID for dead animals, horses, cattle and hogs We pay 3hone calls Reverse 'charges Phone 1424 Sterling Rendrr ••• Works J A Phepard PUREBRED Holstein bulls, serviceable age, Sir Inka May breed- \nyr, frnrn high producing dams D. J. Long, 2 miles northeast Polo. MAKE MONEY by selling the ex- :ra milk you save by feeding Wayne Calf Pellets. Sunshine F'eed Store. Phone 586. TWO PUREBRED Brown" Swiss bulls, serviceable age; two month old bull calves. Shultz Bros., Bter- ing, Route 4. STOVES NEW AND "USED Coal and oil circulating Heaters Ohneh & King 408 E. Third Phone 90S NEW $19.50 innersprihg mattress $10; dropleaf breakfast set, four chairs; 50 Ib. ice box; Maytag washer with portable tubs, $30 Phone 2090-W evenings. WE JUST received a shipment of studio couches. All colors Priced $29.50 to $79,50, SIEOMAN FURNITURE CO. DINING ROOM, parlor suites, walnut tables, beds, dressers, rugs, lamps, other articles. 302 West Ninth 8TT SEE US for new and used oil heaters. Priced right. Terms and trades. Vanettl'i, N. Locust St. Phone 386. $5-$lS PAID for live, sick or disabled cows Call Scott Battery & Electrical Service, phonje 503 TWO purebred Duroc boars for sale. Harold Willis. Erie, Phone 152R6. 'HESTER~WHlTE~boarf Estate icatrola. Jfnquire 752 Wallace St. Poultry CONOMY six sow and Individual hog houses and hen houses. H. C. Schuneman, «305 Ave. D. hone 741. 27x54 SCATTER rugs. Discontinued patterns. $2.95 and $3.95. Dunbar Furniture So., 311 First Ave. USED sewing machines, vacuum cleaners, repair all makes. Moore'a, 1815 Locust. Call lill-W NEW HEATROLA. slightly used, heats thrte or four rooms, $25. 307 E. Fifth St., Rock Falls. 19*37 Thry sler~Co"ui)~e 1936 Chrysler Sedan Weaver Motor Sales •-8 W. Fifth SI Best Garage mi DODGE 2-door. low mile. «**. whitewall tires, fully equipped, radio, heater. Rubin's, Rock It Jokerat Dt »OTO FEEDS, remedies, poultry supplies and flock service. Chapln's Hatchery. Tampico Merchandise IHC l-rpw~ptcker 4 year old sorrel horse NOTICE In regard to your parts for next year, Get your needs NOW. STERLING IMPLEMENT CO. J. C. Becker, Mgr. Notice Farmers! SAVE MON.EY AT Reed's Farm Supply N. Locust St. ^ x Fhope 4U USED BOlLER7sulUbl« for hoUM or service station; practicably new grates .base. Morrkon phoo* 4280. 8-PIECl dining suite, A-l condition, reasonable. Call at 603 Broadway. MODERN Universal fas range, fine condition. Hurdle Hardware, Rock Falls. ! NOVEMBER CLEARANCE SALE Closing out all pianos returned from rental, floor samples, many new make*. Save up-.to 30%, $5 is all you need. A new easy way to own a planoTThenT ihaftEcstnall seml-mpnthly payments until Christmas. Piano of your choice will be delivered to your home. Delivery before if desired. Emery C.. Wales Piano Co., 23 W. Third. JOc lOc lOc U all it costs to hftvt your favorite popular recording CGCB* to today NORTHWESTERN MUSIC CO. lit W Third 8t SELECT YOUR Chrtotwas piano or ioiovox from our large stock of new, quality instruments Engel's tfuite »U*t, mo E Fourth. \\'K USERS OF WANT ADS RKr SO MUCH FOR SO UTTLF OUR CIRCULATION OF Property To Renf Morfgaga Leant Sols—Rent Csf0t« WE HAVE PLENTY of FIVE ROOM mn'drrn furnished h<>rrip, nril i'X'^'rd, Hrx-k Fa IK rent. Humphrey's' ley and son, Donald. mnnrv GRENNAN'S to loan on farms. SOP W. H. Stmn- INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE MODERN inflated five room npartmcnt. stoker heat, elnse in. Inimedi?,'* possession. Inquire 4>z W. Fifth St. Sale—Real Estate MKANS MORE READERS MORE CHANCES TO GET QUICK ECONOMICAL RESULTS RATES REMAIN UNCHANGED! A 15-WORD WANT-AD THREE INSERTIONS These Are Cash Rates Payable at Time of Insertion or Within 5 Days of Last Insertion. OTHER INFORMATION MAY BE FOUND ON THIS SAME PAGE We Have Answer* to the following Blind Want-Ads: 989, 93F, 492, 438, Farmer, AB, 291, Beautician SMALL sfven room homr. all modern, close in. Reference required. Call at 502 Fifth Avp. ONE MILE north of we. have a 200 acre farm that lays just rlcht nnd is a Rood producing farm. The corn on this i 302 CENTRAL TRUST BLDG. ! STERLING — Modern two bedroom semi-buiiRnlow, hard- wTxid floors, Rnrngr. Tweifrh Ave., *3f->00. ( FOUR ROOM home, tollrt, bath, Fiffppnth AVP . $]flno. FOUR ROOM bungalow on llth acre. This farm has a wonderful set of bulldinps. Thr house is a FIVE ROOM modern house. 305 )licp seven room home with fur- Thirteenth Ave Call at 1101 Fifth nace - A wonderful, nice barn that farm is averaging 85 bushels prr AV( , Rork FallSi wlth two !o ts. f.2250 MODERN $2500. four room bungalow,! Ave. Phone 1946-M pvrninps. 702 Ninth Ave .Rock Falls. e d corn or oats. Barn and crib arc PtMrr-M nrv^nc- j . " ' practically new. Also other out- SLVEN ROOMS, modern, with L,n r ii, 1CTC TI-.IC f Q r,« ic ,,ri™rt ot can't be built today for less than 1' L . STORY modern home, garage 1 $0.000. Also double corn crib that i nttnched. five rooms. North- SIX ROOM house, (ja.-;. lights and holds 5,000 bu. and upper part! wr.st SterlniR, $5500. furnace. $1850 month. Inquire .of crib will hold 4.000 bii. of shell-! SIX ROOM residence with fivej ncres. comparatively close In, $4500. GAULRAFP & FLOCK LOT liOxlPa, Fifth Ave., Sterling. GouldiiiR. }b W. Third St. . |to make a loan on this farm of HOUSE FOR RENT. References required. Inquire Oscar Cobb, Shore Acres. Rock Falls. HALF of double house, garage, close In. Inquire 603 Third Ave. Phone 1494-W. MODERN HOME, seven rooms and bath. 708 Ave. I. Phone No. 7, Fulton. 111. SIX ROOM home. Inquire Dave Manfield. Phone 770 Wonted To Rent MODERN three room unfurnished apartment, garage or small modern house, garage, Write 488, care Gazette. Stort Specials Window Glass Set free. Bring in frame. Sterling Home Improvement Co ! rz!^" 1 ^ Rooms To Rent TWO NICELY furnished rooms for light housekeeping, adults. $5 410 E. Third St. Phone 825 Wearing Apparel rf^^^'^^^SXNX'^^^^rV^^'^X'^VX'h^'SXX^XXX^^XV^^.^^^I.^ TAILOR made suits, topcoats and overcoats, latest styles, fabrics. Frank the Tailor. Hotel Oalt.^ GET YOUR customed tailored suit or topcoat now. Don't wait, Paul-Sonneman" Phone 836._ TWO LADY'S coats, size 14-18, good condition. Reasonable. Orville Geesey. Dillon Ave. LARGE FRONT room and kitchenette, furnished, adults only, 905 East Third St. Phone 1195-J. FOUR ROOM apartment, strictly modern. $25 month. Grove Material and Supply. Rock Falls. MODER^Tthree room unfurnished apartment downtown. Adults. L. E. Long, 1305 Sixth Ave. SMALL apartment, furnished* modern, close in, newly decorated. Hotel Gait. Wonted To Buy X>i>i^r^^^^^^NXSri>%^^/^^%^>^>brX^t^Vx^>~v>' WANTED TO BUY — Old glass and china dishes; old music boxes; colored kerosene lamps; iron horse head and darky boy hitching posts; old buttons with horses, birds, people and animals on front; especially want strings of old buttons, called charm strings; china and wooden dolls and doll heads; vases, old colored glass paperweights; small tables and chairs, etc. Best prices paid. Write Marie Stlmeling. 418 Galena Ave., Dixon. 111. Rooms To Rent MODERN three Jarge room furnished apartment, downtown, heat, private bath, hot soft water, immediate possession. Adults only. Reference required. Phone 1«70 or 192. TWO furnished UghThousekeep- Ing rooms, ground floor, private mtrance, sink, laundry privileges. 102 Twelfth Ave., Rock Falls. TWO NEWLY decorated furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Stoker heat, electricity, gas furnished. 607 First Ave. FOUR ROOM unfurnished apartment, 1303 W. Sixth St., Rock rails. Phone 765. Inquire' West End grocery. TWO ROOM unfurnished kltch- hardwood First Ave. private .entrances. 408 THREE ROOM apartment for lgh,t housekeeping, everything furnished. 201 Dixon Ave., Rock Falls. MODERN furnished housekeep- ng room, with or without kitchenette, for elderly lady. 603 Third Ave. TWO furnished rooms in modern home, stoker heat, private 1 entrance, close In. 603 Third Ave. LARGE ROOM and kitchenette, modern. Inquire at 401 Sixth Ave. WELL furnished room In modern home. Close in. 712 Locust St. Property To Rent EIGHT ROOM modern home, private water system, new forced air heating plant, $32.50. Seven room brick house, double garage, W. Third St., $35. Six room furnished house, $50 per month. Six room partly modern home, Ave. D, $20. Ten room brick house, W. Third St., $35. Good rooming house. Six room cottage, Wallace St., $25. Flats, business district, redecorated, good condition, $15 to $25. GAULRAPP'& FLOCK Mortgage Loans $15,000 at 4' 1 ,- for 15 years. Can Ownrri by out-of-town party Kive possession March 1. We have s ™\ J 1 *' 1 s - ™ ter '. <? as "" .. - . _ ciH/iii'o I if PHr>nH f/ir rmi/-»lr c anc been offered $10 per acre cash rent. See W. H. Stanley and son, Donald. FOUR ROOM home and garage on corner lot, Ave. L, Sterling, $1200. FIVE ROOM home, two acres of ground on new highway. Rock Falls, $2000. THREE ROOM home near Merrill school. $900. FOUR ROOM bungalow, two extra lots, Rock Falls. $2500. HUMPHREY'S AGENCY Rock Falls Phone 1930 A RELIABLE abstract is your proof of title. Be sure of your ownership. Get an abstract made by H. B. Wilkinson Co., Morrison. JMODERN eight room house, Ster- WE HAVE money to loan on 1m- I ling, corner lot, paved streets, proved farm and city real estate i double garage, six blocks from —for 4 1:r ".. Gaulrapp & Flock. business district. Phone 698. sidewalk. Priced for quick sale at $395. PITNEY REAL ESTATE Room 205 Lawrence Bldg. 20 ACRES with strictly moder buildings, two miles north Sterling, Route 88. Fine home. Call J. L. Wesner, 505 Seventh Ave., Sterling. Phone 156T-M. WELL BUILT five room low, south end of Rock Falls close to highway. Has electric pump, gas and electricity. Priced right. Phone 681 or 1459-M. 270 ACRE FARM on cement road, $55 per acre, $2000 will handle 170 acre farm, $4500. mil 1 from cement road. I. B. Snavely. Lawrence Bldg. FIVE ROOM modern bungalow. 1408 Second Ave., $300" down, balance monthly. Immediate slon. Call 1211 First Ave. MORRISON AND VICINITY NEWS Reporter, Robert H. Klnftry Phone: Office 38; Residence t99 Birthday Dinner in Honor of A. C. Roslieb I tempt of court charge by County , JudBe H, J. Ludens Monday afternoon. The charge involves support for the defendant's wife and family I A. C. Roslieb of near Frnton was honored nt a birthday dinner on the occasion of his 75th birth annlr ' -v- STRIGTLY, modern, newly decorated fire room first floor apartment in new building. Heat, water, janitor service furnished. Speronl apartment building, 206 W. Fifth St.. Sterling. Inquire 511 W. Thirteenth St., SterllngrCall 795. FIVE ROOM furnished" apartment, east of Broadway, $35 per month. Half of double rfbuse In good residential district, close in, $40 per month. Otto F. Casten- dycky 411 Central Trust Bldg. Phone 191. SOUTH half double house, modern, half, block from post office, Rock Falls, six rooms, new floors, new paper, new kitchen linoleum, aoft water, garage, $35, Call Dr Davis. Phone 240. FTVI ROOM bungalow, bath, ga- rafft, newly remodeled, desirable location on paved street In Rock Falls. $30. Immediate possession. Address, Rock Falls House, care Gazette. SEVEN ROOM house, 510 West Fourth St., Rock Falls. Modern except furnace. Phone 815-JJ. OARAGE FOR RENT 906 W. Fourth St. Phone 1562-WX The Evening Argument versary. The dinner table centerpiece was a five-layer cake decked with 75 candles baked by his daughter, Mrs. John Johnson of Dixon. HLs eldest daughter; Mrs. Will Wood of Canada, sent a large bouquet of chrysanthemums for the occasion. AmonR those present were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Muser, Dr. and Mrs. Clyde Young, Mrs. Arch MacNnlr and daughter, all of Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Roslieb and two sons of De Kalb; Betty^ Bauer of Sycamore; Mrs. John Johnson and daughter of Dixon; Mr. and Mrs. Martin Stunner, fo Morrison: Mrs. Lena Sturmer of Chadwlck; George Roslieb and Julia Pessman. Presbyterian Guild Entertains W. M. S. The guild of the Morrison Presbyterian church entertained the members of the Woman's Missionary society at a picnic supper and meeting in the church Monday evening. Mrs. Martin Stunner presided. Edna B. Mathew had charge of the 'devotions'' and the hostess committee was composed of Mrs. R. M Wylder. Mrs. Clarence Hlnrichs, Mrs J. A. Bull, Beatrice Alexander and Mrs. George Curtis. The feature of the evening's pro> gram was a review of the book. "The Keys of the Kingdom." by MLss Ann Potter. There were about 65 guild members and guests present. Elect Officers of Bethesdo Y, W. M. S. Among the Sick Vauglmn. son of Mr. and Mrs j Frank Kahler, submitted to a major ' operation Rt the Sterling hospital Monday night. Mrs. Alice Smith is critically ill at her home. Files Suit in Equity A complaint in equity has been filed in circuit court by Earl Longfellow and others against B. B. Hartman of Bloomington involving oil and gas leases. Harry Nelson was elected president of the Bethesda Lutheran Y. W. M. B. at a meeting of the group held Monday evening with Mabel and Alice Ska as. Mrs, K;en- neth Mitchell was chosen as vice president, and Mrs. Noble Bulow as secretary, and Mrs. Lawrence Hawthorne was elected treasurer. The officers will assume their positions the first of the year. The evening was passed at sewing. Refreshments were served. Transport Trucks Involved in Crash Aunt Met AOMER1 QDILLEN Poor Po •V CLAUDE CALLAN divorced thai rl^h old •Jim will »ucce«d. I never saw j man in"«pM« ot th« fact he had >ne fail if he wasn't too proud ion* foot in t£w grave. She got o live in the back o' the store 1 tired of waitio' for the other foot Uil h» §ot on hi* !•*(." Traffic on the Lincoln highway blocked about two mile* east of Morrison Monday night when two large transport trucks collided. One truck broke down and xtopped before the driver could get it off the paving »nd as the driver of the second truck glided by approaching lights blinded the driver of the truck and he rammed into the back of it. Neither of the truck drivers was injured, but the second truck was considerably damaged. Reviews Two Books " Two books were reviewed by Mrs. Gladys Norton of Elgin at the South 8ide school Monday afternoon under the auspices of the P. T. A. of Morrison. The books were the "Country School Ma'm" by Bella and "No Life for a Lady.' 1 by Agnes Cleveland. New Arrival ' Born, a daughter, to Mr. and Mrs. L«wrence Johmoii at the Morrison hotpiu.1 Tuesday. Sentenced to 30 Days Ed Mui>ot) *r:itEnced to 30 ' days in the county jaoJ oo « coa- President Transfers Coast Guard Control To Navy Department WASHINGTON .— (AP) - The coast guard joined the navy Monday, making the world's largest fleet still larger. In a surprise move, accompanied by no explanation, President Roosevelt issued an executive order Sun- day-nUfht^.taking the._coft£Ljru«rd from the Jurisdiction of the treasury department and placing it under the command of the secretary of navy. It was the first time since the World war that the coast guard has been incorporated in the fleet, nnd Mr. Roosevelt acted under a 1915 statute which states that "in time of war or when the President shall so direct" the coast guard is to become a part of the navy. The presidential order, released at Mr. Roosevelt's Hyde Park,'N. Y.. estate, transfers to the nan's command 290 ships exclusive of picket boirtanmd-Tn^er-srnirtr-BUxlliirrtes; SO airplanes, 1700 officers and 20,000 enlisted men.- For some time seagoing coast guard vessels have been working with the navy in the defense patrol of the north Atlantic. Under command of the navy, It was understood that the coast guard would continue/ much of its peacetime work such as harbor patrol, rescue activities, lighthouse operations and aid to navigation. The emphasis, however, will be on naval defense activities. Judge's Son Testifies In Sen. Longer Case WASHINGTON — <AP» — Gale Wyraan. son of .Federal District Judge A. Lee Wyman, of South Dakota, testified today that he received $525 from associates of Senator Linger, (R-N D) for making a trip in 1935 to see his father shortly before Langejr went on trial before the Judge. Wyman made the statement In testifying before the senate elections committee at hearings on Langer's fitness to hold office. He said he traveled from his home in Deadwood. S. D., to Sioux Falls, S. D.. to see Judg« Wyman at *lw request ol Chet Leedom, now dead, whom he described as a "very close" friend of his father, and James Mulloy, a former Linger political lieutenant. Mulloy testified ye.stei.day that he and Leedora employed the Judge's .son in the hope of obtaining "influence" wiUv,the Judge for Lunger. Wyman testified that Ltwdoin atid Mulloy a*k«d him to se« his father about obtaining a list of Jurors In advance of the start of the trial, but that l*e told them that there was a •proper procedure" to obtain the list which should be followed and that his services would not be of any use. •CAD TUX (CLASSIFIED ADS, Anti-Strike Sentiment Continues to Increase In Congress Circles WASHINGTON—(AP)—The fensemediation .board .opened clal conference* on the union shop dispute in the captive coal mine* Monday to the nimble of congrw- Monal demands for t firmer hand toward labor. Rep. Ireland M, FV>rd ( announced a resolution culling upoe President Roosevelt to take "appropriate action" to prevent labor leaders from 'sabotaging" the defense program. Senator Ourney (R-SD). In bate over neutrality act revision. 1 * said that the President had "sacrificed the welfare of,the national defense program because he cannot bear to have the leaders of a labor machine of hln creftllon feel unkindly toward him," And Rep Cox (D-Ga) warned house against being "fooled" by any settlement of the coal dispute Into thinkinng that strike-curbing left*, lation was not necwwary. "I want to tell the country," Co said, "that In thin fake war wit John Lewis (president of the CI< United Mine Workers' union) tb» government Iji • lying down. This Frankenstein of the administration is going to compel his adveraarit to kneel and take orders. "He in going to get all he wants 1 compelling the government to forot the granting of all his demand*— and when the /strike i* «ettled~do"hur basis, the contention will then be made that no legislation is necessary. "But don't be fooled. The chagrin! nnd humiliation experienced by the people in witnewiing the defiance of the government, tbe paralization of defence, and tbe virtual supplanting of the Commander-in-chief of UM nation by an Illinois coal miner. U going to sour Into wrath and indignation." President's Conference With Canadian Premier Is Termed 'Profitable' HYDE PARK. N. Y. — (AP) — President Roosevelt agreed with Canadian Prime Minister W. L. Mackenzie King that the two had( spent a profitable two days together, that they had talked, as King had put it. about "anything and every, hlng," but that no decisions had been reached. Like King, who left here for Ottawa Sunday night after spending Saturday and Sunday at the Rooaevelt lome, the chief executive preferred o keep silent on specific matter* of nt^rnational concern which were taken up at their meeting. He even went *o far a* to cay there actually, had been no conference. He did not deny that there might >ave been some discussion of priot control. Canada has ordered a ceil- ng clamped on prices; and legislation to impose some form of control is pending in the United BUU*i house ot representatives. The prime minister gave support to the idea that major - phases of he war and IU repercussions on this iide of the Atlantic had come in for consideration. It was understood there had been an emphasis, which,! night be reflected in executive *c- ions of the Canadian and American governments in the next few woctaft, on greater economic collaboration and cooperation in defense produc- ion. Wolworth Profits Spurt NEW YORK — (AP) — Walworih •o. manufacturers of v»lves JHiinga, reported today net profit* in the first nine months ol this y«an were IUU.WO, or i? cents a coin* moo share, after preferred dividend requirements This compare;) with or 35 cent* a coiimiwi to tilt conetpoodUig period ol

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