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March 5, 1936

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

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EIGHTEEN STILL WORKING FOR FEDERAL AID Iowa Congressmen Are Tol Army Has No Funds for Flood Control. WASHINGTON, «·)--Iowa con gressmen still are casting about fo federal assistance in coping with threatened spring floods in the state. Army engineers say they have no funds to carry out an emergency program along the Mississippi river. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 5 ·§ 1936 [CHAPPED SKIN ... To quickly relieve ,, WcSiappirig and rou(!ine*s,\( / apply soothing, ' cooling Mentholatiun. MENTHOLATUM Gives COMFORT Daily Hne you tried the MEW MENTHOUTUM UBUID far head cold.? like MenlhoUlnm oinhnenl it brings soothing comfort shed in Iowa where floods are feared by local authorities, but their field offices have been told to watch the situation and take immediate steps to save life and property, in case of floods. Hopes for Developments. Representative B. M. Jacobaen of Clinton said he hoped tor developments soon on his appeals to Harry L. Hopkins, federal works progress administrator, and L. S. Hill, state administrator, for a WPA grant to combat possible floods around Ceda r Rapids on the Cedar river. Representative John W. Gynne of Waterloo, meanwhile, said he had isked Waterloo civic authorities for their opinion, of army engineers' re- jorts on possible permanent flood control of the Cedar river. Map Out Plan. The engineers, he said, had mapped out a complete plan of con- rol through stream reservoirs. The stimated cost was more than a mil- ion dollars. He said the engineers abeled the plan feasible but said its enefits would not justify the cost. Gwynne said he thought local gencies might be able to suggest.a ike system to hold back flood r aters at points where they would o most damage and thus provide rotection except in extreme cases or a sum much less than $1,000,000. Schmidt's Cafe Sold. OSAGB--Gage Metz of Stacyville who recently sold his Home cafe lere to Joe Durben Monday pur- hased Sehmidt'3 cafe from Frank chmidt. Mr. Schmidt plans a trip Florida. GROCERS MEATS-FRUITS.VEGETABLES 20 -IND ST. N.E. PHONES 42-44 REMEMBER. WE DELIVEfi DREFT 1 Large Package, *Z -1 Small Package... A0C Big 4 Soap, 12 bars.. Garden City Cleanser, Vi gal. KELLOGG'S---Wheat Krisp- ies. Large Corn Flakes, Whole Wheat Biscuits, in a shopping lA^t bag £y V Wet Shrimp, No. ffgt 1 Can, 2 cans. . . AjC Baker's Choco- f (?· late, Vz Ib OC 220 Size doz. 29c APPLES, Winesaps . Ib. 5c BEEF POT ROAST, Fancy, .pound BEST QUALITY MEATS BARBECUE 9 A _ R1BS, pound JVC SLICED BACON, Fancy, pound. . 32c Fresh Dressed CHICKENS, Ib. Try Mrs. Osborn's HOME-MADE BREAD and Mrs. Rogers' HOME-MADE PIES, CAKES, ROLLS and DOUGHNUTS EARL MAY of the Eafl E. May Seed Co. Offers Big Sea Food Special Thursday, Friday and Saturday OF THE CHOICEST OF OCEAN FISH SABLE From the Northern Pacific Waters Only e per po«sit! THINK OF IT! Sable Fish at Only 1 1 c per Lb. ALSO OCEAN TENDERLOIN, FROM THE ATLANTIC OCEAN Only The great ocean delicacies can be secured by those. of us who live far inland, at Earl May's Store. Other delicate varieties at low prices, such as Fresh Haddock, Fresh Red Salmon, Shrimp, Sea Bass, Catfish, Halibut. Whiting and the big oysters from Connecticut. FRESH CARLOAD TREE R J P E N E D FLORIDA ORANGES AND GRAPEFRUIT 15 POUNDS 30 POUNDS 4-5 Bushel Bag Oranges , $1.79 4-5 Bushel Bag' Grapefruit .' §1.59 Earl E. May Co, EARL E. MAY, Pres. Mason City Store--211 North Federal Ave.--Phone 756 NEW SERVICE AT IDEAL AMERICA* Local Laundiy Announce Modern System of Zoric Cleaning. A new and different type o cleaning service is now available t the peopje of Mason City and'victa ity, according to W. J. Holahan. I is called Zoric cleaning and is beta offered by the Ideal American laundry, 30 First street southwest. In describing this modern system Mr. Holahan said, ''It is a new pat ented process and uses a cleaning fluid which can neither burn no explode. This Zoric fluid, with it. positive cleansing qualities, pene trates every type of fabric thor oughly and removes every trace o: dirt, yet. its action is most gentle and. rejuvenating. It restores the original new-like appearance and feel to men's and women's gar. ments." Everyone in this community has been invited to visit the Ideal American and to inspect the new Zoric equipment and see the quality of work it turns out, Mr. Holahan stated. "One of the many outstanding advantages of Zoric dry cleaning is the fact that garments have absolutely no odor of any kind,' 1 Mr. Holahan said, "and sheer chiffons come back filmy, _ but not flimsy. Silks and satins take on a glistening- sheen. Colors brighten up. Tweeds, serges and woolens come from their Zoric beauty treatment with the nap raised and with the look and feel of newness." YOUR IOWA INCOME TAX Prepared for Iowa Daily Press Association by State Board of Assessment and Review. CASUALTY, THEFT. To be deductible, a loss arising from damage or destruction o property must be connected with the taxpayer's trade or business. I his home, his automobile or his personal property of any kind is damaged or destroyed by fire, storm flood or other casualty, he may claim no deduction for ths !o=s sustained. Losses from theft or burglary are deductible only when in connection with trade or business. It must be established, however, that the property actually .was stolen. If there is a question as to whether the prop erty was stolen or lost, the claim will not be' allowed. Losses from wagering transactions or in connection with any illegal business or transaction are not allowable. A loss is deductible only in the year in which it occurs, even though the loss may be discovered in a later year. There must be deducted from the claim any amount compensated for by insurance or otherwise, plus the salvage value if any. Losses for which an amount may be deducted for income tax purposes must be evidenced by closed and completed transactions, evidenced by convincing proof. When a deductible loss occurs in one taxable year and the insurance is not recovered during that year, the taxpayer should compute his loss by deducting from the total loss sustained the estimated amount of recoverable insurance or other reimbursement. The net losses so estimated may be deducted in the year or occurrence, and an amended return filed later to correct any error in the estimate. In a case where loss ia sustained by inventory "stock in trade,'' the loss will be reflected in inventory, and the insurance received should be reported as income. Loss resulting from damage or destruction of a motor vehicle will not e deductible if it resulted from neglect or carelessness on the part of the owner of tie vehicle or Ms employe. Jewish People Will Observe F e s t i v a l of Purim This Week-End Congregation Adas Israel, 621 Adams avenue southwest, will conduct its next regular service Friday evening- at 8 o'clock. Rabbi Avery Jonan Grossfield officiating. The topic of the sermon wilj be: "Tie Festival of Purim." The Jewish people throughout the world will observe the annual festival of Purim (Feast of Lots) beginning at sundown Saturday evening, March 7. and continuing through Sunday, Rabbi Grossfield stated. This feast is described in detail jn the Old Testament "Book of Esther," and part of the synagog service for this festival consists in chanting the Book of Esther from parchment scrolls written by hand. Purim occurs on the fourteenth day of the Jewish month of Adar and is a joyous occasion, celebrated with carnivals, masque plays, masque parades, dances and banquets, he pointed out. A special delicacy for Purim is a three-cornered cake filled with poppy-seeds and raisins, which is called "Haman-taschen;" it is either made large and sliced, or in small individual sizes. Congregation Adas Israel will celebrate Purim with a dinner which will take place Sunday evening, March 8, at 6 o'clock in the Jewish community center. After an interesting program of entertainment, dancing will be in order, according to the plans of Mrs. William Garfin, chairman of the committee in charge of this event. Many visitor.? from out of town are also expected., Wearin, Gillette Get Nomination Papers DES MOINES, f--Two Iowa congressmen, Otha D. Wearin (D.) of Hastings and Guy M. Gillette (D.) of Cherokee Thursday obtained nomination papers from the secretary of state's office here. Papers also were issued to two candidates for republican nominations to the Iowa house of representatives, L. A. Hoegh of Chariton and Volney M. Flatt of Otttimwa. Put Cheese on Your Lenten Menu CHEESE MARKET New Cheese Arrivals from Europe ONDLOSE TILSITER DAGMAR TILSITER .WINE CHEDDAR BEL PASSING PECORINO ROMANO ARGENTINE SBRINZ AUSTRIAN ROMADUR MAINZER HAND KAES ARGENTINE GOYA RED SHEEP ROQUEFORT VAN ROSSEN GOUDAS STAVANGER GJEDOST Also just arrived: Bavarian Bar Spread New York State 19S4 Flats And an interesting stock of canned fish delicacies from Norway and Sweden. WHOLESALE and RETAIL I Mason City and Clear Lake 'TT wasn't a pleasant story... J. days of back-straining scrubbing, time-wasting dishwashing, even though I tried any number of soap flakes. Suds were flat . . . water scummy . . . my dishes and clothes were only half-clean, despite my best efforts! One day I read about a new- type cleanser, CLIMALENE. It's easy to use as common table salt. You just sprinkle in, a tablespoon or so, before adding soap flakes. So I tried it! CLIMALENE cut the grease, produced far richer suds with ~Yi the soap than I ever believed possible and my dishes gleamed without a trace of'soap scum'! · I am telling a new cleaning story now...no more 'soap scum' worries for me!" · · · Get lOc BOWLENE from your grocer ends bowl scrubbing. C-l CUT RATE GROCERY SAVES YOU MONEY We lead in Price, We win with Quality. Same Prices, at Both Stores 30 EAST STATE PHONES 112-113 512 FIRST ST. S. W. PHONE 114 Prices Below Good for Friday, Saturday, Monday CORN cou-NTnr or BROOKFIELII BUTTER, sss, Ib. NONE BETTER Salad Dressing, qts. 28c lleoniargarine, Ib 23c Kalsins, pkg lOe Dried Peas, 3 Ibs 25e alad Dressing, full pints .. l!)c Mac, or Spaghetti, 3 Ibs. .. 25c Vanilla, oz. bottle lOc TABLE SALT, ^ 15c 'eaches or Apricots, quarts lac 5c Corn, Peas, Tomatoes, can lOc 8c Corn, Peas, Tomatoes. 2 for 23c Oc Corn, Peas, Tomatoes, S cans 25c c Salmon, 3 tall cans .. 25c [ackerel, Ib. can lOc 'una Fish, can 15c hrimp, per can I5c Red Salmon, per can lOc Libby's Ked Salmon, 1 Ib. can 25c BANANAS, 5 Ibs. 25c Mop Sticks, good ones lOo Toilet Paper, 4, 5, 6, 7 rolls 25c Bean Sprouts, large can .. lOc Catsup, large bottle lOc Tapioca, minute, 3 Ibs 25c Tapioca, Pearl, 2 Ibs 23c Pop Corn, Ib lOc K0I]nrrr'c Special, in IVcUOgg S Shopping Bag? Oranges D ii£l9c29c35c Honey, lull cakes 21c Fancy Mixed Nuts, .2 Ibs. 25c Fancy Green Tea, Ib. ·. 25c Fancy Black Tea, Ib 35c FLOUR Oma Flour, 49 Ibs $1.69 Tru BIu, 49 Ibs $1.95 Sunbeam Flour, 49 Ibs. . $1-89 White Floor, 5 Ib. sack . . . 38e Whole -Wheat, 5 Ibs 28c Graham, 5 Ib. sack 28c Whole Wheat, 10 Ib. sack.. 48c Corn Meal, 5 Ib. sack . . . . 19c. Crushed Wheat, 5 Ib. sack 29c DeGraw's Buckwheat, 5 Ibs. 25c DeGraw's Buckwh't, 10 Ibs. 45c Grapefruit, S ss v r 25c BROOMS, 29c, 39c, 49c Eice, 4 Ibs Olives, quarts . ' . Sweet Pickles, quarts Dill Pickles, quarts Peanut Butter, jar lOc, 15c, Prunes, 2 and 8 Ibs Dried Apricots," per Ib. . . . Sauer Kraut, 3 qt. can . . . Egg Noodles, bag Egg Noodles, pkg Lima Beans, 3 Ibs Tomato Juice, 3 cans Pineapple, S cans 25c 25c | 25c 15c | 25c 2oc 19c 25c .15c 25c 25c 5c Peas, 5 cans Baked Beans, 5 cans j Lima Beans, 5 cans Carrots, 5 cans Mixed Vegetables, 5 cans . Spaghetti, 5 cans Tomato Soup, 5 cans Red Beans, 5 cans Kidney Beans, 5 cans Hominy, 5 cans 25c 25c 25c 25c 25o 25c 25c 25c 25C 25c SOAP LUX TOILET, 3 BARS 19c , LIFE BUOY. 3 BARS I9c Crystal White Soap, 5 bars 18c I Marshmallon-s, !b J5 C I Head Lettuce- ' ui c j Celery, nice lOc, luc, I8c j Canadian nulahagas. 3 Ibs. TUe Crackers, 2 Ibs. 15cl9c I LIGHT DRIP OB REGULAR I PER LB. C A N . . 29® i 12 LB. CAN. ·anae I 30 E. State St. Phones 112-113 j 1512 First St. S. \V. Phone 114 Cut Rate Grocery DIAMOND BROS. SPECIALS-FRIDAY AND SATURDAY PURE LARD, TENDER BEEF Roast,lb.l2!/2C 2' pounds. 25c PURE GROUND BEEF, Ib lOc SIRLOIN STEAK 2 IBs. 35c Fresh Meaty Neck Bones, Ib 6c Pork Chops, 2 Ibs 39c SLICED BACON I TENDER BOILING I MINCED HAM I BACON SQUARES Rined, Ib 28e J BEEF, Ib lie j Pound 17c I Pound 15c Fresh Salt Pork, Ib 17c Sliced Bacon Ends, 5-lb. box 98c BEET SUGAR 10 POUNDS 47 PINK SALMON 2 Toll Cans 23c BRICK CHEESE Per Pound 19c SODA CRACKERS 2-POUND BOX 15 SHREDDED WHEAT, 2 packages 23c MILLER'S BRAN FLAKES, 3 packages , 25c CARROTS and Peas 2 No. 2 Cans PUMPKIN or Kraut No. 2V2 I Cans. . . 25c TOMATOES } No. 2 ^P» Cans....2C Banquet 1 CORN I No. 2 Cans. , 25c CROSBY CORN, No. 10 con 42c PORK AND BEANS, No. 10 can 35c Moca-Bean Coffee Per Pound 15c Reputation Oleomargarine 2 Pound Brilliant Coffee Per Pound 17c M. J. B. COFFEE, 2-pound con 58c CORNED BEEF HASH, 2--19c cons 29c NONE-SUCH MINCEMEAT, 2 pkgs 25c Extra Large PRUNES (20-30) Pounds. . 25c Dried CURRANTS Per * £,, Pound . . . . IjV Dried APRICOTS Per Pound . . I5c Dried PEACHES Pounds... 25c VIRGINIA SWEET PANCAKE FLOUR, large pkg T9c }j VIRGINIA SWEET SYRUP, 2-lb. jar 19c DOLE'S CRUSHED PINEAPPLE, 2 No. 2 cans 29c Navy Beans 6 POUNDS 19 Diamond's Best Per Pound Brown Sugar 21 POUNDS REPUTATION FLOUR, 49-ib. bog $1.45 DIAMOND'S BEST FLOUR, 49-lb. bog $1.65 PILLSBURY'S BEST FLOUR, 49-lb. bog $1.98 2 Pure Cherry PRESERVES Pound Jar Hershey's Baking CHOCOLATE 9c Fancy Chocolate COOKIES Pound Mixed NUTS 1 Per Pound FINE or PEARL TAPIOCA, 3 pockoges 25c CHERRY CHOCOLATES, 1-pound box 23c POPCORN, 4 pounds 25f Morton's STOCK SALT Pound Bag 55c BRAN $110 P. and G. SOAP 10 BARS 27' NEW CABBAGE, 7 pounds Leading OYSTER SHELLS 100 pound Bag 100 Soybean OIL MEAL NILE BRAND BARTLETT PEARS, No. 10 can ...... . . . . . . . 3 9c BLACK RASPBERRIES, No. 10 con ____ . ................. 49 C GOOSEBERRIES, No. 10 can ............ ............... 43c Rainwater CRYSTALS Large Box Supreme Condensed BLUING 2 Bottles.. 1JC Ivory SOAP Bars. D. B. LYE Cans. SWEET SPANISH ONIONS, 6 pounds 25c CRANBERRIES, 2 pounds 25c Black Twig 8 pounds.. 25c Per bu. ..$1.29 HEAD LETTUCE 2 for (Large) 13c Per Bunch Green Top CARROTS 5c Delicious 6 pounds.. 25c Per bu. ..$1.48 IDAHO RUSSETS, peck 29c; 100-lb. bog $1.75 NORTH DAKOTA OHIO POTATOES, peck 27c; 100-lb. bog $1.65

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