The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 1, 1934 · Page 18
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February 1, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 18

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EIGHTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE VETERANS' AID /HELD IN ORDER Appropriations Committee in Senate Reverses Action of Sub-Group. · WAS!HNGTON, Fet. 1. UP) The senate appropriations committee toflay reversed its subcommittee on the ijdependent offices bill and voted 12 to 10 that veterans' appro- Good News for Kidney Sufferers! -Hero ia relief that goes right into the imtated Vidntv and bladder oifftna 10 quickly, you can actually SEE results within afcw hours. Fluibea out poisons, neutralUM burning acid*, brines prompt soothing comfort- No more * chin c btcfc, weal: bladder, aoro painful joints from lack of kidney actix-ity. Ask druggist for Folcy Pills-o other. Money back guarantee O103S Cut Rate Grocery PRICES BELOW GOOD AT BOTH STORES FOR FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND MONDAY SO E. State St--Phone 112-11S 508 1st St. S. 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After rejecting by a --'sgle vote a proposal for full restoration of the 15 per cent "^deral pay cut, che committee also approve** its sub- con--"tee plan for returning one- third of the cut effective today and another third starting July 1. The merits of-the many veterans' proposals were not decided, this being deferred unt!" tomorrow. The -subcommittee yesterday had voted 5 to 4 that the veterans' amendments \ -Jld constitute new legislation on an appropriation bill and therefore were not in order. Republicans on the full committee voted solidly today against this decision. They had the support of several democrats. The roll call was not announced. PHONE S88 BEFORE IT'S TOO LATE Our Baby Poco Cool wins by comparison. Buy your coal on our money-back guarantee- It's easy to fire with BABY POCO. FIRESIDE FUEL COMPANY 1011 SOUTH FEDERAL PACKINGHOUSE MARKET S. Federal PHONE 101 FOR FRIDAY Pork Cutlets lb. NATIVE VEAL Chops-Steaks CKEAMED Cottage Cheese PURE BEEF Hamburger Ibs.for Wieners Franks BEEF Pot Roast FRESH SMOKED AND PICKLED FISH INSULLREGAINS HIS PASSPORT Papers Necessary Before He Can Be Expelled From Greece. WASHINGTON, Feb. 1. UP--The United States has ordered Samuel luaull'a passport reinstated, presumably to aid in returning: him to the United States from Greece to face charges growing out of the collapse of his huge business in the midwest. The passport of Insull, who fled to Greece after his financial collapse, was made valid for travel anywhere, state department officials explained, since it was necessary for him to have a passport before Greece could expel him. Insul Is Notified. The state department last night instructed the American legation in Athens to notify InsuU that his passport had been invalidated. The action was taken, officials explained, because the Greek government had officially informed the American minister that Insull was to be expelled from Greece. Under international law it Is necessary for the person involved in such expulsion proceedings to have a passport before he can be forced to leave the country. Facilitate Apprehension. All American consuls in Europe were notified that Insull's passport was now valid. While no officials would comment; t was generally assumed the move was made to facilitate his appre- hension when he was ejected from Greece. Since the United States has extradition treaties with nearly all European countries, it was anticipated that whichever way Insull turns when he leaves Greece lie will be liable for deportation from 'that country. Will Deny Visa. Because of the interest the United States has shown iq the Insull case, American officials consider it probable that many countries to which Insull might wish to go will instruct their consuls not to visa Insull's passport. Under the circumstances, officials believed Insull might decide to return to the United States voluntarily, and if he does not do so it will considerably narrow the territory to which he might go. By making the United States passport of Samuel Insull, Sr., valid again, the United States government has given the former Chicago utilities operator somewhere to go when he leaves Greece. Until today Insull was in the position of a man without a country. Geneva Savings Bank Is Turned Over to Receiver GENEVA, Feb. 1.--Geneva Savings bank was put in the hands of a receiver 'this morning. Waivers were signed in March 1S32 and efforts had been made to put the bank on a new basis. Ice Harvest Starts. STACYVILLE, Feb. 1.--The ice harvest began here yesterday morning. The lee is not of the best quality due to the recent thaw and breaking up of the Ice. THOMPSON - DEAN CD °$y SERVICE CROUPS '*T* COFFEE Choc. Cream, lb. 33c; 3 Ibs. ORANGES Fancy Sunkist Navels, 150 size doz, 35c; 3 doz. 99c Johnson's Glo Coat and Applier, easily applied, self polishing 98c Saniflush 19c Big Four Soap, 8 bars '. 19c Catsup, Batavia, large 19c Pancake Flour, 3 l / 2 lb. bag 19c Kellogg's All Bran, pkg 13c MEAT DEPARTMENT 'Beef Roasts (chuck) lb lOc Pork Roasts, loin ends, lb. lOc Pork Cutlets, 2 Ibs 25c Spare Ribs, nice and meaty, lb 8c FRESH KILLED CHICKENS FOR ECONOMY BUY QUALITY HOME MADE BREAD and PASTRY IXJWEST AVERAGE PRICES ALWAYS AT THE STOP SHOP FOOD MARKET Phono 2127 123 No. Federal CAKE FLOUR Swansdown 23/4 lb. pkg. JELLO All Flavors . . . . . pkg. COFFEE IGA Blue G. Let us grind your coffee fresh. Pound .. B U T !T E R F res " Creamery, lb. SUGAR doth Bag, 10 Ibs. for P«G. SOAP a/ ............ 10 for SOAP Palmolive . . 6 bars 2gc FLOUR Gold Nuggett, 49 Ibs. $ 1 . CHOICE TENDER MEATS Pork Loin Roast ?±S"' 8t Veal Roast Tender, Milk Fed 9c Beef Ribs Nice for Slew .. 3V 2 c Pork Cutlets 2 Ibs. for .. 19c Bordens Tnsly Cheese, OC,» 2-- '/ 2 .lb. pkxs... ZDC Garden Fresh Vegetables Firm, Yellow, 4 Q 3 nounds for. . . I SIC ~55c Oranges 200 Size, 2 dozen for. Apples Winesap, 7 Ibs. for 25c Celery 2 stalks 15c Sweet Potatoes 5 Ibs. for KELLOGG'S ALL BRAN. 2 pk DEATH OF PAIR BELIEVED PACT Texas Physician and Wife of Professor Found Dead in Hotel Room. AUSTIN, Texas, Feb..l. Claude Haltingly, prominent Austin physician and Mrs. .F. A. C. Perrhv wife of a University of Texas professor, were found dead in a room of the Texan hotel -here today. Justice of the Peace Sam Johnson had not given an official verdict, but he expressed the opinion they had come to their deaths through a suicidal Injection of a narcotic. He said he believed they had been dead since yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Ferrin was identified by the signature to a will found in the room. Professor Perrin, 50, has been professor of psychology at the Unl- %'ersity of Texas since 1925, having been assistant professor of psychology there from 1917 to 1925. Prior to that he was an instructor in psychology at the University of Pittsburgh. Nearly 50,000 deer were reported in Sequoia national forest in a recent census. LaFollette Says Morgan Real Chief Opponent to St. Lawrence Waterway WASHINGTON, Feb. l.--Thc House of Morgan is the real chief opponent of the St. Lawrence waterway, Senator LaFollette of Wisconsin charged in an \address to the senate. \ The Morgan firm, to protect its huge utility and railroad Interests, is not only seeking to prevent ratification of the St. Lawrence treaty but is trying to destroy the Roosevelt administration, he asserted? Morgan Interests, according to LaFollette, object to the threatened development of 1,100,000 horsepower of electricity from the waterway by a public agency to compete with their power and utiljty companies. He listed the Niagara Hudson Corporation and the Niagara Hudson Power corporation as the Morgan- controlled utility companies. J. P. Morgan and company also is the fiscal agent for the New York Central and Michigan Central rail; roads and other roads running parallel to and competing with the seaway, LaFollette said. Maintenance of "extortionate utility rates" is a motive behind the Morgan opposition, LaFollette said. "A vicious propaganda directed by the special interests has been circulated against the treaty from the day it was submitted to the senate," he continued. 80 Million Francs in Gold Leave for U. S. LE HAVRE, France, Feb. 1. UP) --Eighty million francs (approximately $5,040,000) in gold tor the New York federal reserve bank left . DEMAND "DAIRYMAID" Your Best Guarantee of P U R I T Y Dairy Moid Milk is bottled under the most rigid sanitary conditions. PHONE 886 today aboard the steamship Washington. This is the second shipment of the same amount within a week. 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Protect them against common constipation--with its frequent headaches, loss of appetite and energy -- by serving a delicious cereal frequently. Laboratory testa show that Kellogg's ALL-BRAN provides ·'bulk" arid vitamin B to aid elimination. Also iron for the blood. Serve ALL-BRAN as a cereal, or cook into flnffy muffins, breads, omelets, etc. How much better than risking patent medicines! Your grocer has your passport to health. Ask for Kellogg'* ALL-BRAN. If you did not get your copy of the booklet, have us send you one free upon request. Kellogg Company. Battle Creek, Mich.

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