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March 23, 1934

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

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TWELVE MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MARCH 23 1934 Wind Up Hearing on ; Goodyear Contract With Sears, Roebuck CHICAGO, March 23. (/TV-The federal trade commission wound up its investigation today into how the taidwestern tire trade was affected when Goodyear Tire and Rubber company joined hands with Sears, Roebuck and Company. Erwin Grask, Des Moines, testified that the chain store company initiated price cuts in his territory and said other dealers found it difficult to match either the company prices or the guarantees. He said he had found" it necessary to handle PHCWE 69S 105 SOUTH FEDERAL S Hamburger 3 1 Qc · BABY BEEF ROAST Ib. 4V 2 c · BOILING BEEF Ib. 3V 2 c · BEEF CHUCK ROAST «-» Ib. 8c STEAKS Young and Tender lb.7c NECK BONES ___ VEAL STEW BOLOGNA, home made Ib. 3c ..Ib. 4c ..Ib. 12c * STEAKS s m ^ £ . . . . ib. 9o GOVERNMENT INSPECTED MEATS "seconds" to meet the Sears Roebuck prices. Advertisements of the chain store were put into evidence as the commission prepared to close the middle western phase of its case. After a recess, the commission will resume hearings in Washington, Boston and New York, said Examiner John W. Bennett. The Goodyear company is charged with "unfair discrimination" as prohibited by the Clayton anti-trust act. Visiting In Illinois. MILLER--Mrs. A. L. Miller is visiting relatives at Wilmington, 111., this week. MORRIS Food Store 221 Sixth St. S. W. PEAS 10' Good ones, can ..................... APPLE BUTTER 2 pound can FLOUR Wooden Shoe, $-1.59 guar., 49 Ib. bag J. COFFEE Morning Bracer, pkg. CRACKERS 2 pound 4 Qr box ................................. JLeF FOLGER COFFEE Pound 19' can HONEY Fancy, 2 combs GINGER ALE Large \ M* bottle ........................... J.TC We Pay 17 c a Dozen in Trade for EGG\S Federal Fruit Vegetable Market WE DELIVER Across From Hotel Hanford PHONE 42 Sugar, 10 lb. bag ......... 46c | Butter- lb. 24c | Potatoes, peck ............... 25c Bananas, 5 Ibs ............. 25c | Fr. Spinach, lb ............. 5c | Flor. Oranges, bag 35c GRAPEFRUIT, large size, 5 for 25c \ PEARS, No. 10 gallon ........:....... .......59c QUEEN OLIVES, qt. .29c | SPECIAL COFFEE, lb 16c FRESH CARROTS, GREEN ONIONS, RADISHES, bunch 5c FRESH VEGETABLES STRAWBERRIES, CUCUMBERS, ENDIVE, ASPARAGUS, GREEN BEANS, FRESH PEAS, GREEN PEPPERS, CAUUtFLOWER, CELERY, TOMATOES. BEETS, HEAD LETTUCE ZI4 SO. FEDERAL PHONE 916 NORTH IOWA'S LARGEST MARKET PURE LARD ib.Sc - 5 n». far 390 · HAMBURGER and SAUSAGE lb. * 2 c PORK ROAST LEAN FRESH PIG 9 C FEET -- * PORK STEAK and BABY BEEF STEAK BACON - SLICED . . . . i ib. roils Sc SMOKED -- A PICNIC Jiff Shankless LINK SAUSAGE Homemade BABY ^ -1 BEEF mi ROAST HAM Center Cuts Armour Star PEANUT BUTTER 2 Ibs. for BACON SQUARES Sugar Cured N U T OLEO . . . . . 2ibsfor29e COFFEE Buehier Star RINSO. Large Box .. BIG BEN, SOAP 6 Bars' WE SELL EXACTLY AS ADVERTISED 14 ARRAIGNED ON THEFT CHARGES 13 Plead Not Guilty to Part jn Interstate Ring of Freight Looters. CHICAGO, March 23. (£--Thir- teen defendants pleaded not guilty today to participating in an interstate syndicate of freight thieves but the fourteenth, Kenneth Reider of East Dubuque, HI., pleaded guilty with the reservation that he might change his mind later. The 14 were arraigned before Federal Judge Charles E. Woodward on the indictment alleging they conspired to steal and dispose of merchandise stolen from railroad freight cars in the Chicago region. Trial was set for -April 23. Two of the defendants are women, one of them, Mrs. Rose Manhoff of Dubuque, Iowa, alleged by Assistant District Attorney Lloyd C. Moody to have been the principal fence for the gang. The others are Mrs. Irma Hay, Dubuque; Sam M. Kopel, Cedar Rapids; George E. Baker, Rochester, Wis.; Jack Kertz. Dubuque; Theodore Neu, Clarence Butman, Harold Spiro and John W. Houselog of Bellevue, Iowa; Roy Neu, Cedar Rapids; Sidney Oiler, Dubuque and Fred Robinson, St. Paul. BESCHTA NAMED AS COMPTROLLER L i q u o r Commission Chief Outlines Procedure in Making Purchase. DES MOINES, March 23. UP)-Appointment of John Edward Beschta, 41, of Des Moines as comptroller was announced today by the state liquor commission. Beschta has been the district traveling auditor for the Montgomery Ward company. As comptroller he will supervise all financial transaction of the commission and the daily inventory of the state retail stores and the warehouse. The commission will put into effect a perpetual inventory system to provide a daily knowledge of stocks on hand. Outlines Procedure. Harold M. Cooper, chairman of the commission, outlined the procedure which purchasers will take in the retail stores'. They first will obtain an order blank which, after being filled out, will go to the censor, who will inspect the order, comparing the signature with that on the applicant's permit. He will then make a check to see whether the permit is In.force, and if so will approve the order. If the permit has been revoked the applicant will be referred to the store manager. · After receiving an approved order, the purchaser will take it to the cashier, who in turn will stamp it paid after payment. The order then is given to a clerk for filling. Issue Permit Book. It is planned. to issue a permit book in which will be recorded the kind of liquor purchased, the amount and the date of sale. Cooper said the commission is considering one story buildings with basements for stores. He said they should be 35 to 40 feet wide, and 80 to 100 feet deep. There will be no signs appearing on store windows except the seal and the name of the commission. There will be no display of liquors in the store, he said, nor will the personnel be permitted to make any suggestions as to kinds . of liquor to be purchased. There will be posted in each store the kinds of liquor available together with the price list. Real Estate Transfers Stark, J. -R, to Sidney F. Wilson and wf. $1.00 L, 9 B 15 College 2-19-34. Bean, Ada to G. S. Brager $1 QCD E% Lota 3 and 4 B 7 Cheney and Palmeter's south add to village of Cl. Lk 3-17-34. Robertson, J. M. Sheriff to the Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance company $7,946.47 SW SE; SE SW EV 2 SW SW 8-96-22. 2-2-34. Parker, Carl A. and wf. to Ida Hert $1 lots 14 and 15 B 2 Parker's Sixth add. M. C. 3-9-34. Harper, Lillian C. to Matilda E. Fogg and Clarence $325 L 1 B 7 Auditor's sub. of L 14 in sub of E% SE and that part of E% NE 15-9620 lying S. of r-w C. M. St. P. Ry. 3-19-34. Streeter, George B. and wf. to C. E. Fogg $1 L 2 B 7 Auditor's sub. of L 14 in sub. of E^ SE and tha*. part of E% NE 16-96-20 lying S of r-w C. M. St. P. Ry. QCD 4-14-32. O'Connor, Dennis and wf. to Marjorie O'Connor $1 L 2 B 9 Kirkland add. to town plat of Rockwell, Iowa. 12-26-33. Fuller, Mildred W. and bus. to John A. Toinby '$1 L 176 Forest Park an add. M. C. 3-13-34. Clark, Robert W. and wf. to Walter Lance $1 L 174 Midland Heights 3-7-34. Strahan, L. J. and wf. to G. E. Stewart .$1 NVi L 6 B 3 F. M. Norris First Add M. C. 10-31-33. Gildner, Mary, to W. P. Bower, 57,000., commencing at SW corner Of Eli SW 25-97-19, E 25.67 chains, N 25.67 chains, W 25.67 chains, S 25.67 chains to beginning. Mar. 20, 1934. Wife Preservers When packing china, glassware and canned fruit when moving, dampen excelsior and pack in firmly around the articles. As it dries it shapes itself to the articles, thus forming a safe and solid framework for them. Call on Wallace to Explain Marketing Code for Hatcheries DES MOINES, March 23, #)-The Iowa Farmers Holiday association through its president, John Chalmers of Madrid, has asked Secretary of Agriculture Wallace to explain the baby chick hatchery marketing code. Chalmers contended, in a letter, that the secretary had held fixing of production costs for farm products was impossible and is now inconsistent in the fixing of hatchery chick price minimums. WARNS LABORERS OF ORGANIZERS Hickox Says Trouble Makers Are Attempting to Break Legitimate Unions. A warning to turn a deaf ear to entreaties of agitators reported to be endeavoring to put across a "one big union" plan in Mason City was sounded to unorganized labor at a regular meeting of the Trades and Labor assembly at Labor hall Thursday night. "That there is such a movement in progress," said C. W. Hickox, president of the assembly, "was substantiated by delegates who were 'listening in' at a meeting, presided over by the alleged O. B. TJ. agitators, and reported to the assembly later. Are Kiuik Outsiders. "These trouble makers are rank outsiders," said Mr. Hickox, "and have no backing in the legitimate trades union movement. They have nothing to offer to the unorganized worker but cheap dues, they are of the same gang which caused the turmoil at Austin, Minn., a few months ago; they gather what they can in one place and move to another; they are here either for their own selfish motives or are hired to come PACKING HOUSE 123 South Federal MARKETS Phone 101 TO PROVE THIS IS THE BEST PLACE TO SHOP Specials for Saturday, Mon. 'URE LARD, no limit 7c pounc CHOICE CORN FED BEEF ROUND SIRLOIN dSBl C Steaks POUND I VEAL Roasts Chops, Steaks POUND ,ean PORK LOIN ROAST, CHOPS, 12y 2 c Ib :,:,:;,,' Beef SWISS STEAKS Sic 11 Cudahy's FIRST GRADE MILD SWEET FREE HAM SANDWICHES %££ ^ Cudahy's PURITAN BACON ^ a 18V 2 c lb. CUT FROM CHOICE YOUNG CORNFED BEEF R O A S T S They A TM Delicious! NONE SOLD FOR MORE i NECKBONES VEAL STEW *» 1 fi PIGS FEET BEEF STEW * J ,, AD K'UArtf'Q UJKAilUUVCl SHORT VEAL KRAUT RIBS BREAST Lt LUNCH MEATS Pound 0c Vlason City's Largest Display of Quality Meats Mason City Fruit Co. PHONE 320 FREE DELIVERY 82 FIRST ST. S. W. (Across From the Old Postofflcc) Specials for Friday and Saturday POTATOES, U. S. No. 1, 100 Ibs. $1.75 and $1.50 Peck ........................................................................... 25c and 30c RED PITTED CHERRIES, No. 10 gallon ......... 49c Giant Crystal White SOAP CHIPS, pkg ............. 29c P. G. SOAP, 10 bars .......................... . ............... _ ........... 25c PALMQLIVE or CAMAY SOAP, 5 bars ......... 25c MACARONI or SPAGHETTI. 6 pkgs. .................. 25c Fancy Arizona SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT, 6 and 7 for .............................................................. : ................. .25c APPLES (winesaps) 5 Ibs^....^........... ....................... . ...... 25c ORANGES. Sunkistjge. juicy _ones. doz. 23c-30c BANANAS. 5 Ibs ............. _ ..................................................... 25c BUTTER, lb..: .......................................................................... '. .......... 25c FRESH VEGETABLES Asparagus, Tomatoes, Cauliflower, Beets, Radishes, Celery, Head Lettuce, Cucumbers, Green _ Peppers, Green Peas, Parsley, Etc. _ STOCK UP AT THIS BARGAIN PRICE lb. pkg 17c '/ 4 lb. pkg Ic lOc size, 2 for lOc here by anti-union employers to disorganize the legitimate trades union movement." Vice president Johnson and Secretary Goodenow of the local Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butchers Workmen's union were enthusiastic in their report of the rapid gains being made toward a 100 per cent organization in the Decker plant, and asked for the assistance and co-operation of the central body in preventing outside agitators from disrupting their organization. "The prosperity of the Decker plant is of much concern to our organization," said Mr. Goodenow, '·'and we will do all in our power to prevent anything like what happened at the Hormel plant in Austin last summer." Opposition Found. A committee headed by J. L. Rice, which has been endeavoring to negotiate an agreement of wages with, local dry cleaning establishments, reported some opposition in gaining union recognition in the Lyons and Marshall and Swift companies. Restaurant workers reported tho installment of union house cards at the Outskirts cafe, Lehigh Row and the Roman cafe on north Federal.... Will Have Operation. GOODELL--W. N. Allaben has entered a hospital at Hampton and will submit to a major operation Saturday. Are Parents of Son. BUFFALO CENTER--A son, the second in the family, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Jim De Vries Wednesday. PURITY BAKERY Saturday Specials IRISH BREAD, large loaf .,, ........................................ lOc CARAWAY RYE BREAD __________________________ ....... __________ lOc BUTTER ROLLS, dozen _____________ .. ........................... ~-..20c COFFEE CAKE, each .......................................... _________ ,~,10c COOKIES, all kinds, 3 dozen ....... _ .............................. 25c TEA BISCUIT FREE WITH EVERY Purchase PURITY BAKERY 216 S. Federal Ave. Phone 86 No matter, dear lady, whether you're giving a ball for five hundred or a luncheon for two, there are always faint doubts when it's over. Did they enjoy the party?To make sure they enjoyed it, you want your guests to see you and yours at their best. Best silver. Best dress. Complete this impression by serving the coffee of coffees--Hills Bros. Coffee. Perhaps we can't afford to have the very best in everything. We can in coffee. Hills Bros. Coffee may cost a few cents more than merely good--or ordinary coffees. But Hills Bros. Coffee is actually more economical to use because it has greater abundance of flavor and goes farther than "bargain counter" coffees. Copyrifti 1)3} Hill, Brit, f 1 ·/

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