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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 20

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 2, 1939
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Titonka Student at Columbia, Mo., to Meet Mrs. Roosevelt TITONKA--Miss Jean French, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard French, student ot Stephens col- Jege, Columbia, Mo., will be one of a group of college girls to be received by Mrs. Franklin D. Hooseyelt at the white house In Washington March 3. Miss French, with' 500 other students, will travel by special train to the national capital. They will be honored by members ot th diplomatic staff, and by senator arid representatives from thei home states. The girls will go to New Yor for three days for a preview of th World's fair, visiting while ther other places of interest. They will embark on the S. S. Algonquin for Miami, Fla., and Galveston rex., and thence by train to Co lumbia, arriving March 15. For the first time in Japan's Ion legal hjstory, women have bee admitted to the practice of law Three Oriental Portias passed th bar examinations recently. WHATEVER YOUR WEEK-END EATING PROBLEM -R1TZ CAN HELP YOU SOLVE IT! the pantry, and maybe a bit of snappy cheese and a beverage on ice! How he'll love you for it! Ritzis always/rcsh.-.crunchy ...richly flavorful--right down to the last one in the box. A special baking secret gives Ritz this amazing goodness. Order plenty of Ritz jar tht week-end. Your food store has a Jresh supply waiting far yon. IS IT ADDING FUN TO MEALS? Ritz is the greatest little pepper-upper you ever saw. Put a plateful on the table--and in a jiffy the soup goes glamorous ... vegetables are gobbled up ... milk goes down with the greatest of ease. IS IT AFTER-DINNER COMPANY? Put out a bowl (the biggest youve got!) of Ritz and lee appetites take their course. Ritz is everybody's favorite-for there's never been a cracker like it. Its nut-like flavor is news, and it's never been duplicated. Nothing tastes like Ritz but Ritz! IS |T PLEASING YOUR HUSBAND? Whisper that there's Ritz in TRYTHIS! PutRitz Crackers on the daily bread tray and watch the family go for them! ALMOST TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE Thot!s what folk* say about delicious FIG MEWTONS, made from rich, troe-ripenod figs ond golden- brown cake. Products of NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE HOUSE VOTE ON U. S, NAVAL BILL INDICATES TREND Chase Believes Dean Rutledge Unlikely to Get Court Nomination By E. P. CHASE Iowa Daily Press Association) WASHINGTON, (IDPA) -- In the vote on the provision of the administration naval bill to fort- ily the island of Guam, all members of the Iowa house delegation except Jacobsen voted against the fortification. Jacobsen being a member of the naval affairs committee voted for the provision Representative' Henry O. Talle of the fourth district was one of lour m the house who voted against the bill with the Guam provision out. The procedure-was rather interesting from a political . a " d P° int - J n the vote on Guam m the house as a committee of the whole, opponents to fortification won by 30 votes. On the vote on the floor of the house they won by 43 votes. And they did this in face of the fact majority leader Rayburn took the floor in support or the measure, indicating the independence of this congress. Thinks Rutled?e "Out" It looks to me at this writing as though Dean Rutledge of the Uni- veesity of Iowa Law school is not iiKeJy to be given appointment to .he United States supreme court I learn that Senator Herring! particularly, is now interested in the possibility of the appointment of former Justice Leon Powers of the Iowa Supreme bench or Justice Richard E. Mitchell at hat tribunal. While Senator Gillette made no statement to me on the subject it seems to be generally Considered here that the man President ?" will name for the eis succession is quite likely to be one with some judicial experience. It is pointed out that . J as f three a PPO'n'ments, o Black, Stanley Reed and Felix Frankfurter, none of the tnree had any previous experience n a judicial capacity, and that ne demand is likely to be for an ''bench'" 6 Wh ° haS oceupied a Has Tough Assignment Senator Guy M. Gillette, one '·«. most consci entious men in Uher house of congress, must be glutton for punishment. A mem- Jer of the rules committee of the enate, Gillette, has recently ac- epted membership on a sub-committee of the committee to con- ider application of the radio in- erests for membership in the sen- ite press gallery. The other member of the committee is Senator Warren J. Barb our of New Jerey. The first meeting of the committee was held Friday when i °i! r was « n aWe to be pres- nt The newspaper correspon- ents, through their standing com- nmee, turned 'down the applica- lon of the radio interests and the adio people appealed to the rules omnuttee. Obviously, the mater is somewhat loaded, as some- ne is going to be "sore," no rnat- er how the decision goes. Under he present rules of the press gal- eries only newspaper correspon- ents for daily papers are elig- ble for membership. Exit Birmingham The hurrah which has been aised as a result of the alleged tatement by Democratic State Chairman Ed Birmingham of Iowa --about Hopkins getting the Iowa elegates for the presidential nom- a £°",^ a PP°in«ng Birmingham head the fisheries commission-as insured one certain result. He- gardless of the fact that Birmingham denies he ever made such statement, and there is general inclination to believe him, it is obvious that the Sioux City man is now out' so far as consideration for appointment to the fisheries place is concerned. ,,r5° Pl H. riS ? ould not a PPoint him under the circumstances. The situation is a bit tough for Ed, who seems to have been the victim of something or other. Birmingham says he did say in a joking way the job carried good pay, a boat and good fishing, but did not make what he terms would be the "silly" remark about Hopkins and the delegates. Visitors in Washington Among Iowa visitors to Wash- i'J gtOI \T in the recent Past were Mrs. Hanford MacNider and son of Mason City; John Mullen o£ Fonda president of the state lair board; Mr and Mrs. F. E. Sheldon of Mount Ayr; Mr. and Mrs. R. O Garber of Des Moines' A w' Games of Council Bluffs; Clyde Edsel Herring, Drake university law student, son of Senator Herring; and Mrs. Bertha Cruver of reviewTM ° f assessme «t and Among the lowans on the white house pohce force are Officer Francis of Sioux City and Officer George Asay of Atlantic. There are 60 men, the pick of the local police organization, who patrol the pvecutive mansion and grounds. --Jilt of these are picked to accompany the president to Hyde Park m addition to the 14 secret serv- "·" men^who are always with him. Students Escape as Rural School Burns ' ' W ~ A "and- of students narrowly escaped serious injury as a rural school Burned near here Wednesday morning. Burning timbers fell t h TM u fh the ceiling o£ the Higgle school before the blaze was discovered Pupils escaped without books hats or coats. The frame structure was a total loss in a short time. , ^ £° m an eru Pti°n of the volcano Nyam Lagira in mid-continent flowed into the surrounding forests of Belgian Congo, killing herds of elephants and boiling shoals of fish to death. Regular Air Licenses Won't Be Withheld While Inquiries Made WASHINGTON, (ff) -- New radio rules issued Wednesday by the federal communications commission provide that a regular license no longer will be withheld from a radio station pending inquiry into complaints against the station. Instead, an investigation will be held after license has been renewed The license then could be foimrt w su ," j ; cient ^"nds were found. Heretofore, only temporary licenses were issued pending hearings. s Commissioner T. A. M. Craven dissented from a report on the new rules, which he contended do not "solve the perplexing problems confronting the commission " Craven advised the commission to exercise "sparingly and with extreme caution" its power over ra^ o programs and to distinguish between isolated offenses and serious and repeated ones. The commission said it receives about 50 complaints a week on radio programs and that it regards 60 per cent of the letters as "frivolous." i » CAM CUMALENE [ MY MAID...IT MAKES) my H O U S E W O R K ] M U C H L I G H T E R '-· ···" -- -· J H*i'iV~i~""* iflft?ff'fftff«ffiBgjj Try Climaleae for' whiter washes, easier cleaning, sparkling dishes. Saves work. saves soap. 10 and 3So at your grocers Fist Fight Breaks Up Staid Session of Parliament in Hague THE HAGUE, (ff)_A fist fight Broke up Wednesday's session of the staid Netherlands parliament when a nazi fought ejection by ushers. Catholic members said Host Van Tonmngen, national s o c i a l i s t mad? slighting reference to an unnamed Catholic priest. Nazis claimed a Catholic deputy called Van Tonningen a "traitor." The president requested Van ionmngen to leave for using "un- parliamentary" language. When he refused ushers sought to eject mm. Nazis and other members joined in the fray. Van Tonningen finally was ejected, but the brawl ended the session. ON FEE SYSTEM MARSHALLTOWN, (JP)~The Marshall county Medical associa- "9" ^as entered into a contract with the county board of supervisors for medical care of county dependents in 1939 on a fee system rather than a blanket service charge as in previous years. Last year the society received $9 000 for care of the poor. f~\ WASH AND CLEAN wilh CLIMALENE Shop at Sam's for ALL WINTER MERCHANDISE at ridiculously low prices. Buy now your ;, and save as much as 50c on the dollar' SHOPAT SAM'S AND SAVE MONEY» Thompson (TNeil Co. DU " SERVICE GROCERS For Friday and Saturday Phone 312 GELATIN Royal Dessert. m Each 5C Phone 312 BACON, Melrose or lovyana, Ib. . . . GROUND BEEF, fine quality, Ib. HAM LOAF, special, Ib. . . . . . BEEF ROASTS, choice cuts, Ib. , PORK ROASTS, loin ends, Ib. . . . Swift's Premium SHOULDER LEG, pound __ Boned and Rolled" CHICKENS _ FI JONES' SAUSAGE ^··^ Buy by the Dozen PEACHES, Raggedy type, heavy syrup, 4 fine flavor J MAMMOTH PEAS, 2 cans . . . . 27c Tender and Sweet TEMPLE ORANGES. best eating orange grown, dozen ____ The MORTON'S SALT, « m^ 2 boxes I/C Sack Marbles FREE Royal Gelatine and Puddings, 4 for NAVY BEANS, 3 pounds Russet POTATOES, No. I, peck Fresh CARROTS, « A- 2 bunches IUC FREE DELIVERY 25c 35c Green or Wax Beans Standby. 4 A No. 2 Cans 1UC FLOUR Seal of Minn., 49-lb Bag OIL SARDINES Pound j A Can IOC PEANUT BUTTER Jar 25C % Pound BANNER OATS Large Size Heinz 57 Varieties Home Style SOUPS HEINZ SOUP SALE Price in Effect All Week--Regular Price 15c -TM 2?c %« $1.55 Ch.cken Gumbo, Clam Chowder, Consomme-Silghtly higher. Stock up at these low prices. Heinx TOMATO CATSUP, ^ ^ large 14 ounce bottle 19C SALAD DRESSING Miracle Whip. Quart for Hillsdale APRICOTS' No.,2V 2 f . Cans ........... 15C 2 for 29c Butter-Nut COFFEE f 26c PANCAKE FLOUR Self-Rising. «** 3-lb. Pkg 9 IOC COCOANUT Fancy, Long Thread. Pound. 14-01. Bottle CATSUP lOc BUTTER Any-Brand. "%^j, Pound ZOC PORK and BEANS Large 4 A 30-oz. Cans IUC COOKIES Frosted and Filled. f f Per Pound . . . IjC Pure GRAPE JAM Phillips. %e* 2-tb. Jar 25C GREEN TEA Pound TOBACCO Prince Albert, Velvet, Kentucky Club, Big Ben, Sir Walter Raleigh SARDINES Mustard or Tomato, Per Can. . . BULK TAPIOCA Pound 9C Velreeta CHEESE '/2-Pound ^ f Package IOC NO. 2 CANS Carrots, Beets, Lima Beans, 3 for. . Rex Soda Crackers 2-Pound Box I5 e 2-tb. Grahams I8e NAPKINS 100's. Package 8c Carnation M I L K Large Cans, ·%A,_ zyc CORN, TOMATOES, SPINACH No. 2 Cans, %A*i 4 for Z9C RAISINS Seedless. 2-lb. Pkg. ...".,,.. 14c CRISCO 3 Pounds 1 Pound 21C QUALITY MEATS Fillet of Haddock or Perch Tasty Loins, « ^ Pound IOC OLEOMARGARINE, 2 Ibs 2-Ib. Box Cudahy's Sunlight CHEESE, Brick or American End Cut PORK ««- CHOPS, Pound... IOC Choice Cut « m _ POT ROAST, Pound!/C PORK LIVER, 2 Ibs. for . . . 25c COD FISH, Pound Box 21c WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES SAM RAIZES DEPARTMENT STORE 215 SOUTH FEDERAL AVENUE FREE PARKING IN REAR OF STORE THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1939 21 ·ECQNQMV FOOD STORES*; Iowa'* Largest Group of Home-Owned FOOD STORES --- GRANULATED SUGAR I p p ;r.......46cl2 REPUTATION OLEO 33c GRAPE-NUT FLAKES, 3 Boxes 25c ROLLED OATS, 6-Pound Pkg 21 e Fancy DRIED PEACHES Pounds 25c Pint Jar . Bread and Butter PICKLES 13c Pure Country SORGHUM, 10-lb. Pail 59c Reputation PANCAKE FLOUR 4p p kT d 15c "Suni Club" GRAPEFRUIT 2 No. 2 Cans 25c ! "f; SWEET «°NEY F L A V O R E D - · 5-lb. Pail 39c; 10-lb. Pail 63c BARTLETT PEARS No- 10 Can ROYAL ANNE CHERRIES 8S 1 . 0 49c FREE! Red and White Cereal Bowl With 2 Large · m Boxes D. B. WHEAT FLAKES, Fo, Only . . . . 25C BACON SQUARES, Per Pound lie SLICED BACON 4 Pound Pkg. 19c LIVtR SAUSAGE Z Pounds 25C MINCED HAM, Per Pound . .. . 15c BLUE CROSS TISSUE, 6--1,000 Sheet Rolls 25e "ROYAL CHEF" PEACHES or OREGON PRUNES 2 No. 2% -g Cans Z5C WHOLE APRICOTS. 3 No. 1 Tall Cans 25c CHIPSO 3 lOc Boxes 25c HI ffl |/ f COCO HMDMOTBt WKRi CASTILE 25c Bars SAUERKRAUT, 4 No. 2V4 Cans 29e FLOUR m aawwam Bag. . . ...,,. 55c Diamond's Best, 24/z-Pound Bag ____ 65c "Hatchery" RED SALMON, Mb. Can 19c KITCHENETTE BROOMS, Each 25c Morton's SMOKE SALT, 10-lb. Can.. 73e Nancy-Jo GREEN BEANS, Country Gentleman CORN, LIMA BEANS, SWEET POTATOES, WAX BEANS or DICED BEETS, 3 No. 2 C a n s . . . . COVE OYSTERS, 2-- 5-o». Cans. . OIL SARDINES, 6 Cans 19c GREY SHORTS I00-tb. Bag $1.25 Reputation EGG MASH I00-lb. Bag. $1.95 STOCK SALT, 100-lb. Bag GUEST 6 Bars IVORY- 25c MELO- SOFTENER lOc Boxes LIGHTHOUSE CLEANSER, 3 Cans. . . 10c California Oranges Dozen.. 15° IS* 28° Green Top Carrots Bunch . . . 5C Porfo Rican SWEET POTATOES, 6 IBs. 25c 2 Large Heads LETTUCE 15c 3 CRISP CELERY Large Stalks Marsh Seedless GRAPEFRUIT, 12 for 25c APPLES Fancy Delicious Fancy Ark. Blacks or \Vinesaps . . . . 4 25c Basket NEW CABBAGE, 8 Pounds 25c POTATOES ,' £' 5, obbrers - Pe =k 25c 100-Pound Bag..,.. $1.59 N. D. Chios, Peck. .. 29c 100-Pound Bog . . SI 69 doho Russets, P e c k . . 27e TOO-Pound B a g . . . $163

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