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February 8, 1934

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

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EIGHTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FEBRUARY 8 1934 AUSTIN TO HAVE "HOME PROJECT" 50 Subsistence Homesteads to Be Set Up on Small Tracts of Land. By KOBT.A. BLACK Globe-Gazette Washington Bureau WASHINGTON, Feb. 8.--Harold L. Ickes, secretary of the interior, has announced plans for eatablijh- raent of a subsistence homestead project adjacent to Austin, Minn., to be carried qut under the direction of the subsistence homesteads division of which M. L. Wilson is director. Fifty workingman's homes will be established on small tracts of land to be platted from farm lands- located less than two miles from the limits of the southern Minne- stota city , A local corporation Cut Rate Grocery PRICES BELOW GOOD AT BOTH STOKES FOR FBI- DAT, SATURDAY AND MONDAY SO E. State St.---Phone 112-113 508 1st St. S. W.--Phone 114 Cane Sugar, 10 Ibs 45c Corn, 6 cans 25c Sweet Pickles, pint jar.. Iflc Mince Meat, 2 Ibs 25c Peanut Butter, pints 15c Peanut Butter, quarts... 2Bc English Walnuts, Ib 15c Velvet Tobacco, can 12e Dates, 2 Ibs... Me Flour, 6-Ib. sack 2^ Eggs, Strictly 1 ·?_ fresh and clean, doz. 11 V. Largo Corn Flakes, pkg. 10c Mac. or Spaghetti, 5 pligs. 25c Mac. or Spaghetti, S Ibs. 25c Noodles, 5 pUgs 25c Squash, nice ones, 4 lor.. Ido Luna Bean's, largo can... lOe Christmas Candy, 2 Ibs. 25e Gr. or Wax-Str. Beans, can lOc Pop Corn that pops, 5 Ibs. 25c Catsup, largo bottle, 2 for 25o Onions, 8 Its.'. 33o Peanut Brittle, Ib 10c Sl-55 52.10 $1.89 UPTON'S GREEN TEA 2 -- lOo size packages lor lie 2-^-- ! /j -Ib. packages ...... 36e 2 -- 1-lb. packages. . ..... 62c --FLOUR-Triumph (none better) 49-lb. sack .......... Wooden Shoe Flour, 49-lb. sack .......... Plllsbury's, 49-lu. sack Sunbeam, 48-Ib . sack. . Wholo Wheat, 5 Ibs ....... 25c Graham, 5 Ib. sack ...... ZSo Graham, 10 Ib. sack ..... 43c Buckwheat, 6 Ibs ........ 25c Buckwheat, ip.lbs ....... 45c Pills. Pan. Flour, t-fb. sk. Zlc Crackers, 2-lb. caddy Milk, 4 large By-Krisp, new style pkg. Vanilla Flavor, .8 oz. bottle lOo Pumpkin, S cans... lOc Sal Soda, S pkgs lOc Baking Soda, 3 pkgs. Raisins, per pkg Hllex, quart bottles lOc Palmolive Beads, pkg. lOo Kidney Beans, 4 cans 19c 25o loc I9c 26c 25c 25c lOo 25o 5c 25o --COFFEE-OUR LEADING SEtUBRS Hill*' Bros. Coffee, Ib Sic Butternut Coffee, per Ib. 31c Chase and Sanbarn, Ib. can 2Sc Bliss Coflee, per Ib 25c Peaberry Coffee, best, Ib. 19c Chocolate Cream, ib. can 29c Brooms, good..'. S9c, 49c, 59c Large Prunes, per Ib lOc Ex. Large Prunes, 2 Ibs. 2Bc Dry Lima Beans, 8 Ibs... 25c Pudding, per pkg Be Honey, Z cakes 25c Pure Crisco, 2 Ibs 33c 15c Spinach, 2 cans 25c Copenhagen Snuff, 3 cans 25c Green Tea, best, Ib 25c CRYSTAL WHITE SOAP (None Better) Palmolive Soap, bar..... 5c Crystal White Soap, 100 bars 52.25 Hardwater Castile, bar... 5c Crys, White'Soap, 10 bar's 25c Crystal White Chips, box lOc Palmolive Beads, box So lOo Malo, can --MEAT-Rib Boll, pet Ib...: 8c Sliced Bacon,-Ib......... 15c Wieners, Ib lOc Chickens Dressed to Order Steaks anG Roasts--AH Kinds DU1 Pickles, pint jars... lOc Salad Dressing, qt, jars.. 2fic Peas, can lOc Peas, Z cans 25c Peas, per can 15e Mazola, quart 25c Lima Beans, 6 cans 25c tOo Tomato Juice, 4 cans 25o Farina (bulk) 5 Ibs 25c Mustard, quart jars 15c Ex. Choice Apricots, Ib... 19c Dried Peaches, 1 Ibs 25c Oleomargarine,, Ib 18c 25c Pure Vanilla, 2-oz. bot. 19i- Toilet Paper, 3,' 4, 5 rolls 25c Celery, large stalks, lOc, 15c Head Lettuce, solid, Sc and 10i Cauliflower .(nice) per hd. .I5i EARL BUSH, Mgr. 80S' First Street S. W. C. Ei BUSH, Mgr. 30 East State Street --Austin Homesteads, Inc.--will be Homesteads corporation, through established by Federal Subsistence which the division functions, and a loan of $125,000 will he made to finance purchase of land now under option and construction of small low cost houses. Vary in Character. Projects being established by the division vary in character, each being aimed to demonstrate some phase of the possibilities of subsistence homesteading. The Austin project is aimed to demonstrate the possibilities of workers in the low wage groups achieving a higher standard of living by producing in their gardens food-stuffs which they are unable to buy in abundance, thus releasing portions of their income for the purchase of other foods and goods which they now cannot afford to acquire. Austin is a city of approximately 12,000 population with an example of decentralized industry--a_ packing plant where some of the occupants of the homesteads will be employed. There is a shortage of well built, low cost houses there compared with existing needs. The occupants of the homesteads will be chosen from workers who came from the farms. Schools and Churches. Schools, churches and recreational Institutions are easily available to the site of the development. City water find gas are available, as well as electricity from a power line. The farm land selected for the development adjoins a gravel road and Is one half mile from concrete pavement. The local corporation will enter nto contract for deed with the lomcsteadera who will have 20 years to retire their obligation. The ;racts of land will vary from three to five acres depending upon the size of the families. The cost of the land avcrag-as $46.75 an acre. Approximately 40 acres will be set iside for community purposes, including an area for a park, a common pasture and for a wood lot. "This project is typical of hundreds of others which could he undertaken to the advantage of workers in small Industrial areas," Mr. Wilson said. "Workers now have shorter hours and they have the opportunity of making use of these for their own advantage. The advantages can be educational and can be those which will increase their material standard of living. Can Produce Things. "A worker with a small income who is unable to buy the things he needs can use his idle time to produce things which he can use and it will make it possibe for him to buy goods with his remaining funds which he certainly cannot now afford. "The worker in a small center such as this has the opportunity of making outstanding use of a small tract of land. In the first place, he has some of the advantages of a farmer without being in commercial farming and, at the same time, he has the advantages of living in a community and of obtaining at low cost the facilities which a community can afford and which isolated settlers in open country cannot always achieve without heavy cost." GLOBE-GAZETTE'S DAILY CROSS WORD PUZZLE 15 20 24- 27 Ife 36 ·45 46 S3 23 m 51 ACROSS 1--Reptile In picture 6--Narrow valleys 12--Coarse grass 13--Pcrtnlnlns to aeronautics 15--Negative 17--One wlio stinss 15--Toward 20--Salutation 22--Extremely flnt fluid 23--Move swiftly 24--A game of chance 26--Masculine name 27--Evening (Heb.) 28--Mimicked 29--Musical noi e 30--Street SI--Three 33--Ancient name for Ireland 36--To think 37--Ancient race 3S--Possessive iironcmu 39--A crown 41--Sooner thun 45--Compass point 46--oiiokt 4S--Suffix to form nouns of agency 40--Measure (abbr ) 50--Jump 52--You are (conlr ) 53--Before the usual lime. DOWN 2--Elllier 3--An Egyptian sod 4--A network 5--Mine entrance C--A pledge or secuniy J--Scowl 8--To sin 9--Negative 11--Asp 14--Characterized by tone 16--Above lS--\ state C»bbr.) 19--A melody !1--Foes 23--Snake 25--A river in Tennessee -G--Levels with ground Sf-- Doubles 32--Network 3-*--Uncommon 35--The whole 30--Rip ·1W-- Himself ( L a t i n ) 41--Near 42- D i s t u r b 4J--A town in uncieiu ArcadifC 46--Biblical character 47--Hearing urgnn 4'J--Month ( u b b r ) 51 -- f f t i r u l (ulibr ) Answer to previous puizl* REGULATION OF MARTS PLANNED Stock Exchange Bill Also to Provide for Commodity Exchanges. WASHINGTON, Feb. 8. UP)-Chairman Fletcher of the senate banking committee today said that at the request of President Roosevelt his bill to be introduced tomorrow for regulation of stock exchanges also would provide for supervision of commodity exchanges. Fletcher said the forpi of regulation for the commodity exchanges had not been worked out but was being studied today by Ferdinand Pecora, committee counsel, nnd his staff. Hearings OH Tuesd.-.j-. The committee chairman explained the bill would be ready for introduction tomorrow in order that hearings could begin next Tuesday. Decision to include commodity exchanges was reached, Fletcher said, at a conference with President Roosevelt at the white house yesterday, at which the chief executive gave the "go ahead' 1 signal for stock market legislation this season. The president asked him, Fletcher said, if the country was ready for stock market regulation. Stock Exchange Ready. The veteran senator said he replied that not only the country but the stock exchange itself was ready ind that this wag the best time to mt it through. Fletcher Indicated that the provisions of the bill concerning, stock exchanges were virtually completed and provided for licensing all ex- MAE'S BANKRUPT GLOBE-GAZETTE WANT ADS PAY MASON TO HEAD BANK AT OMAHA F o r m e r Mason Cityan to Take Over Presidency of Co-Op Institution. By RUBY A. BLACK. Globe-Gazette Washington Bureau. WASHINGTON, Feb. 8.--J. H. Mason, at one time active in the organization and management · of dairy co-operatives at Mason City, will begin to serve as president of the Bank of Co-operatives at Omaha on Feb. 15. Mason has beeii slated for this post for several months, but he has been so valuable to the Agricultural Adjustment administration, which he has been serving as acting chief of the dairy section, that the Farm M;ic Murray, film actress and former wife of Prince David Mdivanl, has declared herself bankrupt. She filed a petition in federal court at Los Angeles listing- her liabilities at $228,196, and assets at $324,500, most of it in real estate. (Associated Press Photo). changes and placing them under the supervision of the federal trade commission, -which would have broad power to set up rules for trading. redit administration delayed transferring him until the dairy section got Its new policy on milk agreements under way. Mason joined the dairy section of the A. A. A. on Dec. 16 with the understanding that he would serve as acting chief until being transferred to his farm credit duties at Omaha, He had been manager of the Des Moines Co-operatives Dairy association and has also been active in cooperatives' activities in Omaha, Lin- coin and Sioux City. New Comfort for Those Who Wear False Teeth No longer need you 'feel uncomfortable wearing false teeth. Fas- teetb, a greatly improved powder sprinkled on your plates holds them tight and comfortable. No gummy, pasty taste or feeling. Deodorizes. Get Fasteeth at Michael Drug store or your druggist. Three sizes. Pimples Itched Terribly. Baby 1 Awake All the Time. Guticura Healed. "When baby was foui 1 months old he got little pimples over his face. When he started cutting his teeth the pimples were red and broke, and water would run«out and make new eruptions. They itched terribly and I made mittens to keep on his hands all the time. I had to tie him tn bed and he would He awake all the time. "Then I used Cuticura Soap and Ointment, and after I had used two cakes o£ Cuticura Soap and two and one-half boxes o£ Cuticura Ointment he was healed." (Signed) Mrs. Albert Loshe, 2336 Smith St., Fort Wayne, Ind. SoapJSc. Ointment 25c and 60c. Talcum 2SC. Proprietors: Potter Dm« '.Clit!inic»l Corp., Maiden, H»u. Nothing Like Buckley's for Coughs and Colds G. Billings of Colonsay, Sask,, ought to know, for he has taken BUCKLEY'S MIXTURE for years, He writes: "There is nothing on the market to equal it. Its flaah-like action is sudden death to a cold." No matter how stubborn or long standing your cough or cold, try BUCKLEY'S MIXTURE (triple strength). Like a flash Buckley's stops coughs. You will he amazed at the inatant relief it affords. The very first sip relieves the cough, ami in no time at all clears up the congestion, soothes and heals the ten- dor, inflamed membranes and fortifies them against future attacks. Buckley's acts like a flash---A single alp proves it. 45c and 85c at Frank Huxtable Drug Co. and all good druggists--guaranteed. Iowa Gets 650 Land Bank Loans in First Week of February OMAHA, Feb. 8. UP)--The Omaba Federal Land bank closed 2,320 loans for a total of $8,729,000 during the first week In February according to an announcement made by bank officials here. The totals by states included: Iowa, 650 lann bank loann for 53,886,600; 55fi commissioner's loans for $1,347,800. Child Can Be Trained to Higher Standards of Social Behavior By BROOKE PETERS CHURCH Ursula was a new girl in school ind consequently was looked upon askance by the entire class. She had to run the gantlet of criticism of her looks, her clothes, her manners, even of her home. The child took it in good part as part of her school experience, and to the amazement of everyone made no effort to counter-attack with personal remarks regarding her critics. Perhaps If she had it would have been easier for Ursula, for the criticisms hurt her and gave her a sense of hopeless inferiority which she could not express and which rankled in her mind. Boys find an outlet for outraged feelings in fisticuffs.and aoon reach a level of mutual respect and understanding. But with girls this is not the case, and the girl who has Been brought up to think personalities poor form is at a tremendous disadvantage, since she is deprived o f . a n y means of self-defense, and must slowly earn the respect and liking of her classmates by sheer worth. It would, of course, be inadvisable to train our girls to hand-to-hand fighting. And certainly the child who has learned to control her tongue and consider other people's feelings, is a long way ahead of the unsocial little creatures wo do not hesitate to bring out their comrades' tenderest point, and who pounce on any defect or weakness as a target for the barbs of their verbal weapons. But might it not "be possible to train the critics end raise them to higher standards of social behavior? It children were taught to use their imaginations and put themselves in the other fellow's place, there might he fewer aching little hearta among their better bred and therefore handicapped contemporaries. In his 43 years of service as a court reporter, Duncan C. McCallum of Oreoville, Cal., says he has transcribed more than 432,000,000 words. PHONE 2727 SHOP AT THE 123 NO. 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Slowly or Quickly Sometimes you want to hurry through your shopping--get it finished promptly. Sometimes you want to linger, lc*k things over, perhaps wait for ideas. Come to Piggly Wiggly and set your own pace. You shop as you please at Piggly Wiggly. You choose for yourself. Roma Coffee An excellent blend ground fresh at time of purchase LB. 19 BEETS Ubby'B Hod Cut NO. 2 CANS ]Cosed ale Queens 2G oz. jar Each Jack Sprat Whole Strlngless NO. 2 CANS . .. BEANS 14 OLIVES 25«_ Pancake Flour 6 Pound Bag Buddy Boy : EACH Tea Deal Lipton Green Tea Buy any size package at regular price and get another like size for 1 DeLuxe Peas Del Monte Brand, sweet and tender. No. 2 cans EACH 15 Asparagus Del Monte Mary Washington No. 2 cans EACH 2O Cool NO. 2 CANS PEAS 6 S\veet Variety 8 OZ. CANS STARCH Argo Gloss 3 LB. BOX Salad Dress. Helemann's new style. You will enjoy the new flavor. QT. JARS CORN Gold. Bantam NO. 2 CANS Soap Closeout Bob White Laundry 10 BARS 15 Asst. kinds. Pineapple, Raspberry, Pink Lady, Iced, Coated LB. Mackerel Cans Cheese Borclens Pimento, American, Chateau, |/ 2 Ib. pkg- 2 FOR 29 Tuna Flakes Vz Jb. cans 2 FOR FRUIT and VEGETABLES Celery BUNCH Lettuce HEAD 5 Grapefruit ^Cf 6 for **^J Oranges 2 dozen

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