John Shriver , Feb 25, 2007; 09:48 p.m.
Yes, this is a base-price camera with a single element meniscus lens. About the last generation before Kodak switched from 116 to 616 film.
Not surprised it has no focusing adjustment. Meniscus lens cameras had slow lenses, and depended on the depth of field of the lens to keep somewhat sharp from 10 feet to infinity. They really weren't exceptionally sharp.
The stops are 1 = f/11, 2 = f/16, 3 = f/22, and 4 = f/32.
Presuming the film is Verichrome Pan, and it's really old and needs an extra stop of exposure, in bright sun, use 1/25 at stop 2 or 1/50 at stop 1.
Then develop it according to the last Verichrome Pan data sheet, which is still online at Kodak's website. If you don't have a 116 (or 70mm) reel, get an old bakelite adjustable tank, most go out to 116/616 size. Dirt cheap on eBay.