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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 12

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TWELVE MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 4 1936 Mason City's Calendar March-4--Church advance institute at First Baptist church. March 7--Joint Legion and auxiliary party at armory. March 7--Monthly meeting of U. C. T. and auxiliary at P. G. and E. auditorium, with 6:30 p. m. supper. March 9--School election. March 17, 18, 19 and 20--Mason City Globe-Gazette's annual free · cooking school at high school auditorium. March 20--Annual stag party of Clausen-Worden post of the Legion at armory. April 14-16--Mason City building and home furnishing show at high school gymnasium. EQUIPMENT BEING PREPARED TO COPE WITH FLOODS Here In Mason City Lost: Fountain pen. Phone 11.18. LJn-X varnish, 79c and up. Get it at Boomhower Hardware. Clean TJp Sale of Westinghouse mixers. E x c e p t i o n a l values at 516.95. P. G. E. W. C. Kathke of Glenwood, treasurer of the state republican central committee, was a visitor in Mason City Tuesday. Now! Big Spring Sale Roper and Magic Chef gas ranges. Lowest terms ever offered. P. G. E. Paul Thonn of Fargo, N. Dak., was a visitor in Mason City Tuesday. Mr. Thonn, for many years in the law practice at Northwood, has ·been in the Dakota City for more than a year now and is enthusiastic about it although he says he still looks upon Iowa as home. Something new! Diamond Prune Bread at all dealers. Keubcn Hall, who recently returned from a journey to northern Europe, where he made an extensive study of the co-operative movement there, planned to leave Wednesday afternoon for Kansas City, Kans., to visit the Consumers Cooperative Oil company there. Bitz hotel. Juicy steaks, chicken and fish dinners. Barbecue riba. Good music every nite. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Pieterson, 1320% Georgia avenue northeast, Tuesday at the Park hospital. 40,000 CEMENT BAGS AVAILABLE; 2 BOATS READY Police, Fire Department and Other Agencies Prepared for Emergency. If floods come, the Mason City police department is ready with its fleet of two boats to meet any emergency. Because of possible high water, due to the unusual amount of snow that must melt- into the ground or run off slowly to avoid serious trouble in streams when the ice goes out, the department has taken precaution to safeguard life and .property as has several other agencies in the city. R. E. Robertson, Cerro Gordo county engineer, reported to Charles H. Grahl, adjutant general at Des Moines that Mason City had 40,000 cement bags available for sandbagging- work, 20,000 each from the Northwestern States Portland Cement company and the Lehigh Portland Cement company. The engineer^ also stated that a half ton of dynamite was on hand and more available in the community. Boats Kept Ready. The two boats which will be kept ready for instant use in case trouble shows up were donated to the department by John E. McMahon, an employe of the Peoples Gas and Electric company, and Jesse Carroll, employed at Paul's Radio shop. Mr. McMahon donated the duck- boat and Mr. Carroll donated the rowboat. Both boats are equipped with trailers and are prepared to hook "If Floods Come Our Fleet's Ready!" That is the way these members of the police department: feel about the preparations they have made to encounter any high water that might come this spring. They are shown here with a police car and two boats ready for service. From left to right the men are, Desk Serjjt. "Dick" Hyde (in the car); Jailer Frank Law, Harvey Fitzgerald, John Hrubetz, Paul "Wink" Waughtal, Ed Dunton and Jack O'Kecfe, all of whom are patrolmen, with the exception of Waughtal, who is a stowaway. (Lock Photo, Kaycnay Engraving) --Federal Income Tax-DEDUCTIONS FOR FOR DEPRECIATION No. 24. The revenue act provides for "a reasonable allowance for the exhaustion, wear and tear of property used in the trade or business, including a reasonable allowance for obsolescence." For convenience, such allowance usualy is referred to as depreciation. In claiming a deduction for depreciation several fundamental principles must be observed. The deduction must be confined to property actually used in trade, business, profession, and to improvements on real property, other than property used by the taxpayer as his personal residence. In general, It applies to the taxpayer's capital assets-buildings, machinery, etc..--the cost of which cannot be deducted as a business expense. A lawyer, doctor, or other professional man may not charge off as a current expense the cost of a li- Brary used wholly in his profession, this being a capital expenditure and tie library a capital asset, but he may deduct an allowance for depreciation based upon the useful life of the library. If part of a professional man's residence is used by him for office purposes, a proportionate amount of the depreciation sustained may be deducted, based generally on the ratio of the number of rooms ·used for such purposes to the total number of rooms in the building. The same principle applies if a taxpayer rents to others a portion of his residence; Under such conditions, however, the .taxpayer must include in his gross income the rentals received. ' Officials of National Guard Inspect Local Guard Units, Armory Maj. Ralph A. Lancaster, Des Moines, assistant adjutant general of Iowa, Col. Harry A. Ward, Dav- snport, commanding officer of the 185th Field Artillery. Iowa National Guard, and Maj. Will J. Hayek, Iowa City, commanding officer of the First Battalion of the 113th Cavalry, Iowa - National Guard were in the city Tuesday afternoon Inspecting the armory facilities of the local national guard units and conferring wtlh company commanders. The three visiting officers are members of the state armory board. on to police cars to be taken to the scene of trouble. The large boat will be stationed at the police department garage at the rear of the police station and will be put into instant .service upon a call to the department. The lighter boat will be kept at the water plant for immediate use in the low area of the city along the Winnebago' river east of town. Is Prepared. Ropes, block and tackle, lanterns, life, preservers, etc., are in readiness, although it is hoped none of the material will actually be put into use. Chief Harold Wolfe sated, however, he wanted his force prepared and the public informed to call the police immediately in event of threatening trouble due to high water. He said it was easier to be ready for something like a flood than to be caught with nothing with which the department might work. Chief Dan Shire of the fire department stated his men are also prepared for danger of high water and has warned business firms to get their stock on skids where it is in basements of buildings near streams or low places. Firemen in their regular inspections of buildings have been warning businessmen of the dangers of high water as well as fire. BAPTIST CHURCH OPENS INSTITUTE Leaders Arrive From Waterloo for Special Session in Mason City. ' Reporting an excellent meeting Tuesday night at the First Brethren church in Waterloo, the guest speakers of the interdenominational church institute at the First Baptist church here arrived Wednesday noon. The sessions began at 1:30 p. m. to continue throughout the afternoon and evening. The topics were considered of such interest to parents, teachers, young people, church school teachers and the general public that a large attendance was looked for. Mrs. Finn, Dr..Boozer, Dr. Montgomery and Secretary O. G. Herbrecht will conduct a similar institute in Fort Dodge Thursday at the First Methodist churcn. CAR OF SUNSHINE COAL ON TRACK Coal Co. PHONE 1176 Mrs. Shaible Files Suit Against Brewers on Assigned Note Mrs. Anna C. S. Shaible Wednesday filed suit in district court here asking personal judgment against Mr. and Mrs. Don C. Brewer for $3,605 plus interest and costs, alleging that amount to be due on a note made to the Mason City Loan and Investment company by Mr. and Mrs. Brewer on June 1, 1934, and assigned to her by the company one June 26 of that year. As security for the note, Mrs. Shaible claims in her petition, Mr. and Mrs. Brewer had given lot No. 132 in Forest Park, but later permitted this lot to be sold for 1933 taxes, Emogene Brewer being- the purchaser and present owner. Mrs. Shaible also asks in her petition that the mortgage which she holds against this lot be foreclosed, the property be sold under special execution and a receiver be appointed by the court to take care "of the rents and proceeds from the sale. The petition further asks that liens held against the property by ] Charles D. Huston, internal revenue ' collector for Iowa, who obtained a lien for Mrs. Helen Brewer's unpaid income taxes, and A. W. Harroun, who holds a lien as a result of a judgment against Mrs. Helen Brewer, be declared junior liens and inferior to the tnortgag-e. Diesel Engine Picture Viewed by Lions Club The intricacies of small unit Diesel engine operation were revealed to the Lions club Wednesday noon in a talking movie offered by Stanley Sobieske of the International Harvester company. By picture and diagram the features which distinguish this type of combustion engine from gasoline engines were brought out. Guests of the were Hobart Patterson and Thomas, both of Mason City. JURY FINDS FOR A, R, PETERSEN Deliberates More. Than Nine Hours Before Awarding Defendant Verdict. The jury in the case of Petersen vs. Petersen found for the defendant it was learned when a sealed verdict was opened in Judge T. A. Beardmore's court Wednesday. · Mrs. Lena Petersen had sought to replevin some household furnishings which she claimed were being kept from her by her husband, A. R. Petersen, who divorced her about a year ago. The jury, after nine and a half hours deliberation, held that the property was rightfully Mr. Petersen's. Both parties reside at Clear Lake. E. R. Boyle, Clear Lake, represented Mr. Petersen and L. R. Boomhower, Mason City, appeared for the plaintiff. News Room Given Its Toughest Assignment Eds and News Hounds* Jittery as First Robin Arrives. Brrrr Brrrr Brrrr! BRRRRRR!!! Oh, oh, oh, such a ring on the city phone in the Globe-Gazette newsroom. "Globe-Gazette," answered a veteran member of the reportoria! staff--and there it was! Every member of the staff knew it was coming, sooner or later, but just the same the "news hounds' were startled when the "big break' leaked out. Big Break Comes. Yes, it was more important than the blocked highways and more blizzards, the impending floods in the southwest, the escape of Premier Keisuke Okada from Japanese assassins or the battle which stacked up 10,000 dead on an Ethiopian battlefield: The first robin had been seen in Mason City! 'I give up," said the reporter. "I give up. Here--" and he passed the buck to another reporter. The story went the rounds of newsroom. Editors a n d reporters scratched their heads, and on and on the question went. Story Goes "Round. "Can you think of anything funny or otherwise to say about the first robin 1" Here was one of the tough assignments of the year--the "story of Mason City's first robin." Mrs. Anna Jarvis, superintendent of the Isolation hospital, .1019 Fourth street northeast, reported .he harbinger of spring with Tuesday's thaw and confirmed weather observers' predictions that the cold siege had at last worn out and collapsed. Then word also is received that Mrs. John A. Pasternak, 858 Third street northwest, saw a robin Tuesday afternoon. "I saw him across the street from 4 o'clock on," said Mrs. Pasternak. 'I looked for him this morning but haven't seen him yet." TWO MEN HELD TO GRAND JURY Ward Arrested on Bad Check Charge; Sinnett on Driving Charge. Wesley R. Ward, 47, Mason City waived preliminary hearing before Police Judge Morris Laird Wednesday on a charge of obtaining money under false pretenses anc was bound to the grand jury, which will convene in April. Ward vvas arrested by police Tuesday afternoon at the Trade Home store on South Federal avenue when he attempted to pass a bad check. Police stated Ward admitted passing about 10 checks recently, using several aliases. He served six months in the county jail after he was tried on a charge of issuing bad checks April 20, 1934. John J. Sinnett, Gilmore City, was held to the grand jury on a charge of driving while intoxicated. His bond was set at ?350. Sinnett was arrested Monday after his car figured in 'a collision on South Federal avenue. Ira Thomas, 969 Virginia avenue southeast, was sentenced to 30 days in the county jail on two counts, ntoxication and assault and battery, Wednesday following a fight at the Palace pool hall Tuesday evening. The two sentences were to run concurrently. Thomas was arrested by police at 7:40 o'clock at 113 South Federal on a charge of intoxication. The charge of assault and battery was :iled by information signed by K. Vesoles, proprietor of the pool hall, who claimed Thomas beat him in a fight which resulted f r om Thomas' refusal to pay for beer he lad purchased. Democratic Precinct Caucuses Notice to the Democratic Voters of First Precinct, First Ward, Mason City, Iowa: A caucus of the Democratic voters of said precinct will be held at the Summerhays Garage, 120 North Delaware Avenue, at 7:30 o'clock P. M., Friday, March 6, to select four delegates to the Cerro Gordo County Democratic Convention, to be held March 14th, 1936. Hans B. Madsen, Committeeman 1 Mrs. C- H. Stoltenberg, Committeewoman Notice to the Democratic Voters of Second Precinct, First Ward, Mason City, Iowa: A caucus of the Democratic voters of said precinct will be held at the Mason City Lumber Company, 4. 15th Street North East, at 7:30 o'clock P. M., Friday, March 6, to select four delegates to the Cerro Gordo County Democratic Convention to be held March 14th, 1936. A. j. Killmer, Committeeman Edith L. Decker. Committeewoman. club Leon Pheasants Are Tame. DECORAH--Pheasants are becoming tame at the Aase Haugen home near Decorah. During the heavy snows the birds could find no feed and grain was scattered oa the front porch of the home. Now the birds come daily and find their meal on the porch all ready for them. Notice fo the Democratic Voters of First Precinct, Second Ward, Mason City, Iowa: A caucus of the Democratic voters of said precinct will be held at the small Court Room in the Court House, Mason City, at 7:30 o'clock P. M.. Friday. March 6. to select four delegates to the Cerro Gordo County Democratic Convention, to be held March 14. 1936. C. I. Snyder, Committeeman Mrs. J. E. Marek, Committeewoman. Notice to the Democratic Voters of Seconfl Precinct, 1 Second Ward, Mason City, Iowa, A caucus of the Democratic voters of said precinct will be held at the Brasser Shoe Shop, 1446 North Federal Avenue, at 7:30 o'clock P. M., Friday, March 6th, to select four delegates to the Cerro Gordo County Democratic Convention, to be held March 14th, 1936. M. Ben Brasser, ,Jr. $ Commltteeman. Lorctfa Cross, Comniitteewoman. Notice to the Democratic Voters of First Precinct, Third Ward: A caucus of the Democratic voters of said precinct will be held at the Lapiner Garage, 125 South Delaware, at 7:30 o'clock P. M., -Friday, March 6, to select four delegates to the Cerro Gordo County Democratic Convention, to be held March 14, 1936. M. L. Mason, County Chairman. James B. Campbell, Committeeman AT THE HOSPITALS Notice to the Democratic Voters of Second Precinct, Third Ward: A caucus of the Democratic voters of said precinct will he held at the Starling Grocery, No. 3, 1509 South Federal at 7:30 o'clock P. M., Friday, March 6, to select four delegates to the Cerro Gordo County Democratic Convention, to bs held March 14. 1936. M. L. Mason, County Chairman Kehecca Kelly, Committeewoman Notice to the Democratic Voters of First Precinct, Fourth Ward: A caucus of the Democratic voters of said precinct, will be held at the Lyons Laundry, 24 Second Street South West at 7:30 o'clock P. M., Friday, March 6, to select four delegates to the Cerro Gordo County Democratic Convention, to be held March 14, 1936. M. L. Mason, County Chairman Martha Pattie, Committeewoman Notice to the Democratic Vo'ters of Second Precinct, Fourth Ward: A caucus of the Democratic voters of said precinct will be held at the Folsom Auto Company. 722 South Federal, at 7:30 o'clock P. M., Friday, March 6, to select four dele- -ates to the Cerro Gordo County Democratic Convention, to be held March 14, 1936. M. L. Mason, County Chairman Patrick J. Leonard, Committeeman Frank Jansen, 915 Eleventh street northeast, was admitted · to :he Park hospital Tuesdayf or a minor operation. Henry F. Trettin, Grafton, was dismissed from the Mercy hospital Wednesday following treatment. Mrs. Henry VerHelst and infant daughter, 1911 South Federal avenue, were dismissed from the Park hospital Tuesday. A son weighing 6 pounds 4% ounces was born to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Baker, 936 Jersey avenue northeast, Wednesday at the Mercy hospital. Mrs. Ernest Olson and infant daughter, 303 Twentieth street southeast, were dismissed from the Park hospital Tuesday. Mrs. Charles Steiner, Britt, was admitted to the Mercy hospital Tuesday for a major operation. A daughter weighing 8 pounds 6y 3 ounces was born to Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Ramsey, 202 First street northwest,- Monday at the Park hospital. Mrs. F. A. Lemke and infant son, Meservey, were dismissed from the Park hospital Tuesday. Clyde Frese. Nora Springs, was admitted to the Mercy hospital Tuesday for treatment. Mrs. John Auld and infant daughter, 411 Second street southwest, were dismissed from the Park hospital Tuesday. Miss Ellen Spink, 123.5,4 North Federal avenue, was admitted to the Mercy hospital Tuesday for a major operation. Roger Patton, 522 Adams avenue northwest, was dismissed from the Park hospital Tuesday following a major operation. $313 COLLECTED FORFEITURES AND FINES HERE February Proved to Be Light Month in Police Court. Fines and forfeitures collected in the Mason City police court during the month of February amounted to $313.80, according to the monthly report submitted by Chief Harold Wolfe. Eighty-seven offenses were reported to police during the month, S2 of which were cleared by arrests. Of the offenses reported two were larceny (more than $50); two larceny (less than $50); and three auto thefts; two violations of liquor laws; 35 cases of intoxication; 9 disorderly conduct; five traffic violations; 22 other offenses, and seven were arrested for investigation. $1,565 Recovered. During the month $1,695 was reported stolen, of which ?1,565 was recovered by police, leaving ?130 pending. A total of $500 wag also recovered for other authorities and 52.50 recovered from a previous report. Three autog were reported stolen and found. Thirty-five collisions were reported during the month and one person was injured by automobile and one by railroad. Lodgers in the city jail numbered 144; Eighty doors and v/indows were found open; 60 night lights were found not burning; 196 street lightg were reported out, and 12 dogs were killed. 31 Given Fines. Of the persons arrested. 31 received straight fine or jail sentences; 27 forfeited bail; two were held to the grand jury; one was held to juvenile court; 22 were placed on police probation; eight were sentenced to county jail; and 24 were sentenced to the city jail. Forty fingerprint records were filed and - photographs of 20 suspects here were also filed. UNION MEMORIAL IN NEED OF $300 That Amount Required for Balancing Budget, Members State. The finance committee of the Un. ion Memorial M. E. church Wednesday issued an appeal to the community for assistance to the extent of 5300 in order to balance the congregational budget. "We have been able to raise S900 on a budget of 51.200 for the conference year," said P. L. Scott, chairman of the committee. "We are asking- our good friends who have been so loyal to us in the past to help us again. We have a membership of 44 adults and our Sunday school consists of 65 children, some of high school age, but most of them younger. "It is for these children we are especially making this appeal. We want to give them the best Chris- :ian education possible. Our annual conference convenes in St. Louis on April 1." Other members of the committee are the Rev. C. G. Glaspie, pastor; Tyler Stewart, assistant chairman; Dr. E. C. Martin, treasurer; Harry Smith, secretary; S. W. Stratton and Virgil Warren. Donations may be made to any member of this committee or to W. W. Boyd, cashier of the First Na- ional bank. The announcement was made that the above committee is the "only authorized agent to raise money for the Union Memorial church." The drive, it was pointed out, is indorsed by the ministerial association and a number of relig- ous workers in the city. YOUR IOWA INCOME TAX Prepared for Iowa Daily Press Association by State Board of Assessment and Review. ,ewis to Speak at Friday Night Session "Over Mountain and Plain" is he subject of the illustrated talk which the Rev. J. Lee Lewis will give Friday night at 7:30 o'clock at .he First Baptist church. The chairman of the meeting will be. Harry A. Phillips, leader of the men's work n the church. All men of the Bap- ist communion have been requested o be present at this meeting. Glendoro Lump, ton. Kentucky Jack, ton. Indiana Lump, ton. . Illinois Lump, ton. . Diamond Lump, ton. Diamond Nut, ton. . W.G.BL0CI PHONE 563 S9.50 $9.00 $8.50 $7.50 $6.50 $6.00 ;co. 92 Stockholders Exempt. OSKALOOSA, (.Ti--Judge Frank Benchley ruled that the 92 stockholders 'of the old Mahaska county State bank who purchased stock in the reorganized bank are exempt from additional assessments. WE BUY OLD G O L D Dental Scrap Only W. J. IRVING Palais KQyal Building PEOPLE who have tested Fireside Fuels over a period of years find them to be the most economical in the long run and by far the most satisfactory. FIRESIDE FUEL CO. Phone 888 STOCK LOSSES. The property relief act, Section 10, reads: "In computing the net income no deduction shall be allowed in respect to the following: 5. Capital losses resulting from the sale or exchange of real or personal property of the taxpayer, or in connection wtih stocks, bonds, or other securities determined to be worthless and charged off during the taxable year." This section and paragraph refers only to the sale or exchange of capital assets. It has no reference to property held for resale in ordinary course of a business, but only to property acquired as investment or with no immediate intention of resale. The term "security" means written assurance for return or payment of money, and includes stocks, bonds, bills of exchange, promissory notes, liens, etc. Assessments paid on corporation stocks are additional investment in the stock. An assessment paid by a stockholder in an insolvent bank is a loss in connection with a security,' and if the security is worthless, the amount of the assessment is "in connection with" the stock and is a part of .a nondeductible loss. Losses incurred in margin trading, through a board of trade or stock exchange, are deductible, as the securities or commodities traded in are bought for resale and not as capital investment. Gains arid losses from sale of securities purchased and held for investment are not recognized by the Iowa act. But in the case of an individual or corporation carrying on consistently the business of dealing in securities such gains and losses are recognized as taxable income or deductible loss. Junior Chamber Will Hold Bowling Tourney for Members Thursday Members of the Junior division of the Chamber of Commerce will participate in a bowling tournament at 7 o'clock Thursday evening at the Stoddard alleys. Competition will be in three classes, those who are good, those of medium ability and those who have never bowled before. Prizes will be awarded to the winners. Light refreshments will be served during the evening. Five bowlers will be chosen to represent the Junior Chamber in the National Jaysee meet. Roger Lyons is chairman of the committee in charge of the tournament, assisted by A. O. Stageberg and Elmer Lutz. Daughter Is Born. PLYMOUTH--Born to Mr. and Mrs. Bud Ramsey of Mason City a. daughter. Mrs. Ramsey was Miss Ruth Lantz, a former Plymouth sin. ROAD EQUIPMENT MEN GUESTS OF GIBBS-COOK FIRM Diesel Engine Featured in Talks and Movies Shown by Caterpillar Firm. More than 200 North Iowa county supervisors, highway engineers and mechanics were the guests of the Gibbs-Cook Tractor and Equipment company plant here Wednesday. Talks by representatives of the Caterpillar Tractor company and moving pictures depicting various phases of manufacturing and handling of road equipment made up the program. The show centered attention on the Diesel engine development by the Caterpillar company. Chief speaker was E. W. Cunningham, district representative who was assisted by M. E. Jenks and L. S. "Tiny'' Burdick, - formerly with the Chicago Bears and now a factory representative of the Caterpillar organization. .On Largest Jobs. Besides showing the process of manufacturing the Diesel, talkies were presented showing- the tractor at work on the nine largest construction jobs in the country. Snow removal equipment also came in for its share of attention, with interest centered on the Diesel i auto patrol, equipped with V type ' plow. Cerro Gordo county supervisors announced one of these had been purchased for use in the southwest part of the county. Cutaway Models Used. Cutaway models showing the operation of various parts of the tractor was a part of the display. It was estimated that 550,000 worth of road machinery was on display for the meeting. The meeting was attended by road construction and maintenance men from the river to the east to Spencer in the west and south to Iowa Falls, a section comprising Mason City territory of the Gibbs- Cook organization. A lunch was served at noon in charge of S. L. Decker, JayE.Houlahan,M.D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Off ice 773 Phones Res. 3 1 3 1 426-28 FORESTERS' BLDS. EVERY MAN Wants Clothes that fit and give individual style . - . that are distinctive and smart. We olfer all this in our made-to- measure tailoring. All wool, ·atest patterns now on display. Frank Fiala FINE TAILORING Park Inn Hotel, Mason City NEW ROOFS AND ROOFS REPAIRED All Work and Materials Guaranteed For Information Phone 3830 Free Estimates Sherman Roofing 8 Siding Co. 3 South Louisiana Avenue Mason City, Iowa FOR THE LENTEN SEASON Spiced Smoked and Fresh Frozen We carry the largest complete stock of fish in Northern Iowa. Lock over our list below, then call your dealer. If he cannot supply you, telephone 116. Halibut, Salmon, Flounders, Wall Eyed Pike, Channel Cot- fish, Pickerel, Black Cod (Sable) Smelts, Bullheads, Seal- lops, Shrimp (cooked). Herring. Smoked White Fish, Smoked Bloaters, Smoked Herring, Bur-B-Q Red Salmon. Spiced Herring, Salt Mackerel, Salt Herring of All Kinds. FILLETS--Nordic Fillet of Haddock, 40 Fathom Haddock Fillets, Ocean Perch Fillets, Mackerel Fillets, Florida Catfish--Nothing better for lenten season. 409 South Federal Avc. Mason City, Iowa

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