The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 15, 1934 · Page 18
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 18

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 15, 1934
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EIGHTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MAKCtt 15 Hi 1934 Play, Based on Life of Late Senator LaFollette, to Be Given at Iowa U IOWA CITY, March 15. (JPl--A satirical comedy, "Hiss! Boom! Blah!" based in part on the life of the late Senator Robert LaFollette, will be given its premiere at the ITniversity of Iowa theater April 5. The play was written by George Middleton, who married Fola LaFollette in 1911. Middleton, former Governor Phillip LaFollette of Wisconsin and Senator Robert LaFol- CRESCENT ·QM FOODS ABOVE PAR TUNE IN FRIDAY HO lette, plan to attend, university officials said today. The former governor and the senator are sons of the late "Fighting Bob." Bundesen and Hotel Sued by Californians CHICAGO, March 15. U--A suit for $600,000 damages was filed today by W. V. O'Keefe, a traveling salesman of San Diego, Cal., and his wife, Anna, against the Auditorium hotel and Dr. Herman N. Bundesen, president of the Chicago board of health. The California couple alleged they contracted amebic dysentery at the hotel. To Be Held Friday. AREDAT" March 15.--Ninety- eight tickets have been sold for the Father and Son banquet to be held at the M. E. church parlors Friday night. The Rev. Mr. Shaffer of Dumont will be the speaker of the evening. Special music will be furnished. }m^FEPNDELL FOOD ST VLANVILIEB STORE 834"QUALITY MEATS AND GROCERIES'- PHONE 834 QUALITY MEATS and GROCERIES PISH Dressed Pike Salmon, Halibut Perch, Scallops Haddock, White Fish Finnan Haddie Sugar, 10 Ibs 49c Pineapple, large 19c Whole Kernel Corn... 15c Spaghetti, jar 19c NO. 10 GALLON FRUITS Apricots 59c Peaches 49c Blackberries 49c Loganberries 39c Crushed Pineapple... 64c QUALITY MEATS Veal, Lamb Chickens Select Beef Cold Meats Pork, Sausages TOILET SOAPS Pafmolive, Camay, Kirk's ' Hardwater, bar Sani-Flush, can 19c Gingerale, 24 oz 15c COFFEE --Hills, Folger's, Ferndell, 2 Ibs. 62c; Ib. 32c Tru-Valu Coffee, Ib... 19c Cigarettes, pkg 15c HOME-MADE BAKED FOODS -- BREAD, ROLLS, DOUGHNUTS, CAKE, MAYONNAISE, THOUSAND ISLAND DRESSING, BAKED BEANS BROWN BREAD, SALADS OFFERED PARTY JOB John S. Cohen, former senator and Atlanta newspaper owner, was offered the post of treasurer ot the democratic national committee. (Associated Press Photo), OPPOSES CHANGE TO SILVER POLICY Morgenthau Says Some of Advocates Not Entirely Disinterested. WASHINGTON, March 15. UP)-'The treasury's investigation of speculative silver holdings was said today by Secretary Morgenthau to have shown' that some advocates of higher silver prices "were not entirely disinterested." Morgenthau made this statement to newspapermen just after discussing the silver question with Chairman Somers of the house coinage committee and other committee members. Morgenthau said he opposed further change in the government sil ver policy at this time. Asks Probe Purpose. What was the purpose of the investigation into holdings of specu · · · · · · · · · · i ^ Grocery Specials Sweet Pickles, large jar Lima Beans, 'I AC 2'/ 2 Ib. can JL V Powdered Su- "1 Qc gar,3 pounds -- M* V Sugar, 10 pounds _..., 48' Celery, per bunch 10' Cocoa, 3 pounds, extra fine quality ... Red Kidney Beans,3 Ige. cans 19' Corn Starch, 4 kgs ...... Corn, Imperial "i ff Club, 4 cans ....... ,J.y Cut Wax or Green String Beans, "I AC 2 Ib. can JL U Lettuce, solid, oer head .....:.... Prunes, No. 10 size ., Carrots, pound .'. Cabbage, pound ..: .^ =: 33' 5 lative silver--to find whether silver advocates were personally interested?" the secretary was asked at his press conference. "Yes," Morgenthau said. "We found some were not entirely disinterested." Morgenthau declined to discuss the investigation.further or to mention any names. He said the report might never be made public. "The United States is doing better than any other country on wholesale commodity prices," Mor- geathau said. "I told the congressmen we are constantly studying silver. I feel that if the worid would ratify the London agreement it would go a long way toward taking care of the surplus silver problem in the next four years. Has Open Mind. "I have an open mind on silver. But it seems the administration has found a combination of circumstances which is pulling this country out of the depression. "As long , as this combination works, why change It. If there were a radical nose dive, then we would get busy. But as long as things go along as they are, why, sit tight That's the way I feel." Morgenthau said he still had to be "shown" silver alone was the cure for economic troubles. SALES TAX FORM NOT READY YET Iowa Retailers Asked Not to Apply for Permits Until After April 15. DBS MOINES, March 15. UP)-Although Iowa's new 2 per cent retail sales tax becomes effective April 1, Joan W. Foster, member of the state board of assessment and review, today urged that retailers refrain from applying for permits until after April 15. Foster explained that the board which is to administer the tax will not have the forms available for several days and that retailers have ister a. similar tax when Dr. Reynolds died in Detroit. Dr. Reynolds pointed out however, until uune 1 to meet requirements for collection of the tax. Foster also pointed out that Wednesday's death of Dr. J. W. ffey- nolds, board chairman, will delay the board a few days in completing the formation of regulations regarding collection of the tax. Dr. Reynolds and Louis E. Roddewig, third board member, were making 'Tis easy now to hold a fire, Throughout the night when folks retire, Your troubles and worry are over now, Just Phone "888 and we'll tell you how. FIRESIDE FUEL COMPANY 1011 SOUTH FEDEBAL a survey of how other states admin- that under the law retailers must preserve records of all gross receipts after April 1 whether or not they have permits. Station Is Enlarged. tensive changes in the service station here including the enlargement of the work and storage rooms. You can say one thing for Judas. His last act was to set a good^example for kidnapers. -- Kewanee ROCKFORD, March 15. -- The XVV^iXJP \Jl^l-, iixaivit -A.W. -Standard Oil company is making ex- IDEAL GROCERY BUTTER pound. 26c BREAD Fresh 6 f, r 25c MACARONI SPAGHETTI 4,,,,. 25c SUGAR 10-lb. Cl. B»JT 49c PALMOLIVE CAMAY 6 for 25c COFFEE Old Colony 19c $1.49 LYE 4 Cans 25c SWEET PICKLES jar - 20c r £vL PUMPKIN Fancy 2'/ 2 3 for 25C CRACKERS 2 IbS. Kirk's Soap, ff c lulhert Me magic t ar m ana voter We are Headquarters for Chick Feed of all kinds. Special prices on 25 Ib. and 100 Ib. lots. EARLY OHIO SEED POTATOES for sale-- Get our prices before buying. Be sure and visit our CLOTHING and SHOE departments and PROFIT by our WEEK-END SPECIALS. Here are just a f ew of them. Men's Work Shirts Full cut, triple stitched, double pocket, coat style. Fine blue or grey chambray. 49 Sizes 141/z to 17 Men's Fine DRESS SHIRTS In broadcloth, plain colors (blue, grey or white) and patterns. All cellophane wrapped-a regular $1 value. 69 Men's Fancy DRESS SOCKS Rayon Plaited, 4 A c pair -I- " Shoes for the Entire Family at Big Savings Men's Work Shoes ·1.29 As low as _ Women's Slippers, Oxfords ose from. Sport oxjords, *1.98 Hundreds of pairs to choose from. Sport oxjords, soft kids or patents in arch supports, novelty ties and straps in kid or calf skin. Your last chance to buy your next winter's OVERCOAT at a savings of 50% BLUE or GREY MELTONS All sizes-- Values to $16.85 SAM RAIZES DEPARTMENT STORE 215 S. Federal Wholesale or Retail Phone 434 March of Values Keeping Step With These March Values Is Mighty Easy--Known Groceries Priced Low at theAP Food Stores E S T A B L I S H E D 1859 WHERE ECONOMY RULES TUNE IN! A. P. VALUE BARRAGE WHO-WOC 7:30-8:00 a. m. Each Week Day Sunkist Navels, large, juicy, 176's ORANGES POTATOES Radishes 10c Grapefruit Smooth No. 2 Idaho Russet, baking or cooking, peck FINE FLAVORED Florida 80's Lettuce Carrots 100 Ib. Bag Size 75's, crisp, solid, 2 heads New Calif., bunch - C. H. Cane 10 Ib. bag 100 Ib. $|75 bag Sugar Beet, 10 Ib. bag..._ Butter Fresh Creamery.-- BEST FLOUK ·19 LB. BAG . LTs'EEDA BAKERS SFECIAL 2 LBS. . 35c Pillsbury's Fig Bars Pretzelettes Shredded Wheat Peanut Cakes Dried Peaches Dried Apricots Corn Flakes Spaghetti Bokar Coffee Maxwell House Coffee . Ib. 28c Stock Salt . . . 100 Ib. bag 59c Brown Sugar . . . . . 5 Ibs. 25c Powdered Sugar . . . . 4 Ibs 25c 34c : 25c UKEEDA BAKERS 8 OZ, PKG .MARY ANN FRUITED OVALS--J LBS STANDARD QUAUIV--2 LBS. KELLOGGS OR POST. TOASIIES LGE. PKGS. 2 FOR ENCORE MACARONI OR NOODLES--t PKGS GROUND THE WAY YOU LIKE IT--LB. TIN Tea Mackerel LIPTOS'S GBEEN (H I.B. PKG. Ic 'A LB. PKG. 33O--1 LB 3 TALL CANS . . Crackers 100 Ib. bag Superior Brand Soda or Graham, 4 Ibs. RED LABEL STBCP B-LB. CAN BLL'E LABEL i 0-LB. CA* . . . Karo Syrup Karo Karo Kre-Mel Hersheys Soap Lux Toilet Soap ULUE OR RED LABEL Z I'.^-LU. CAKS I DESSERT--CHOC., VAN. OR CAKMEL--3 J'KGS BAKING CHOCOLATE Vi-LB. CAKE CRVSTAL WHITE--8 REG. BARS 23c It SMALL BARS 4cakes23c Lux Flakes Navy Beans Table Salt . Spinach . Shrimp . Mustard · Candy Sale Candy Bars FBESH FROM THE cousinr--s Joz. . large package lie , . . 5 pounds 22c . . 10 pounds 15c . * No. 2 can lOc . . No. 1 can lOc . . quart jar ISc Ib. lOc lOc 29c ASSORTED FILLED YOliK CHOICE 3 FOB SPECIAL SALE-HEINZ FINE FOODS Ketchup Soups HMNZ TOMATO ! 14-OZ. BTLS. . IIEHXZ ASSI'D. EXCEl'T CUOVVPEB AXD CONSOMME--3 MED. CANS 25c Spaghetti 25c FINE QUALITY MEATS 201-202 NORTH FEDERAL BEEF ROAST BEEF BOIL CHICKENS BACON JUICY, TENDER, LB. LEAN, TENDER, LB FRESH DRESSED, BAKING or ROASTING, LB. LEAN. SLICED, 3 POUNDS RING BOLOGNA HAMBURGER ' ARMOUR'S STAR. 4-POUND CARTON Smoked White Fish ea. 5c

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