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January 20, 1944

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 19

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ILICE ARREST 15 DURING YEAR Fines, Forfeitures in Period Amount to $525 J Garner--During t h e / y e a r 1943, Earner police records show that lut of 35 offenses committed a "ital of $525 in fines and for- Jitures was submitted to Dr. J. . Wesson, mayor, by Aaron Grei- tan, city marshal. I The offenses were' as follows: irand larceny 1, intoxication 21. Bisorderly conduct 4, traffic vio- ations 9, and 11 cases were dis- lissed. Marshal Greiman's r e p o r t I bowed that one pedestrian was jured by an automobile, 2 in- jured in a car collision, 16 cars were involved in accidents, no break-ins, 17 business doors found open, 2 juvenile runaways were picked up and held for their parents. Stolen property included one diamond ring which was recovered. Backstage in Iowa Politics Public v Awaits Explanation of Apparent Lapses in Keeping State Police Radio Up-to-Date on Escapees Editor at Stacyville Goes Through Clinic Stacyville--William Brown, editor o£ the Stacyville Monitor, is going through the clinic at Rochester this week and will not be able to publish the paper as usual. REAL ESTATE UP Chicago, (U.R)--The Mortgage Bankers Assn. of America estimated that residential real estate prices rose 17.2 per cent in 1943 and that higher prices are likely to prevail in 1944. What a Pie Crust! URGE PALESTINE ACCEPT JEWS N. J. Labor Group Hits Ban on Immigration New York -- The New Use; lard in your favorite recipe or try this new method. Ingredients: IJi c. sifted flour, Y c. lard, 1 tsp. salt, H c. water. With spoon, blend lard into about y, c. of the Rour, until dry ' particles are blended into one ball. Cut in rest of flour and salt, until particles stop getting smaller and start getting larger. Add all water at once and stir only until ball of dough is formed and bowl is dean. Divide into 2 balls. Roll each out separately on lightly floured board to H to 1/16-inch thickness. USE LARD--save points, save money. Lard goes further--very high shortening power. Euy to use. Digestible. Pure, wholesome, rich in energy (more than 40 00 calories per Ib.) This Seal means that all nutritional statements made in this adterlistment are acceptable to the Council on Foods and Nutrition oj the American Medical Association. ( P U R E By PAUL R. BUMBARGF.R (Iowa Daily Press Writer) i Des Moines, (IDPA)--One thing the public will await with interest in the investigation of Anamosa reformatory is an explanation of apparent lapses in keeping the state police radio system up-to-the- minute on escapes. Why was it necessary that 3 hours transpire before a radio alarm was sounded in last week's break by 4 trusties? If there has been a Jewish immigral disposition to cover up escapes, even temporarily in well-intentioned altcl ' March 31. belief fugitives c.an be apprehended without a statewide alarm, no\v is the time to correct the practice. When Killer Tom Runyon fled the state penitentiary in September, there was an interval of 4 hour from dlscoyei'y of absence until a radio alarm was out. Fugitives cai travel far in that time. Public safety is endangered by a silent radi when tough customers are on the loose. HUNT'S HAT IN: G. W. Hunt, Guttenberg, who achieved distinction of serving, as republican floor leader in his 2nd session of the state senate, is newest comer in the lieutenant governor race. The public probably won't be surprised that he is a senator because all 3 in the field are. Hunt is an attorney; owner of weekly newspapers and a World war veteran. His announcement completes the field of those about whom there had been persistent talk of entrance into the race. Others have been mentioned sporadically. ' SCHWENGEL MENTION: Friends have been trying to induce Fred Schwengel, Davenport .insurance man, to seek nomination for lieutenant governor. Active in young republican affairs, he has a wide acquaintance as state president among junior chamber of commerce members. Schwengel is reported cool to.the overtures. MINOR MYSTERY: A minor mystery of the New Year is what sound soil conservation practices, if any, have been violated on state owned farms. A state soil conservation committee official recently ·charged the best practices weren't always followed on 'em but sup plied no details. Then followed a closed meeting of the committee with the board of control. It's good to know from a spokesman that an "amicable settlement has been reached" even if there is continued head scratching about how the state sod was mishandled, if any. BITS: Dale Shaw, state motor vehicle registration superintendent, sits on a hot seat. . . . His job combines law enforcement with tax collection duties. . . . There is at all times a janitor assigned to the house chamber and one to the senate chamber. . . . The 2 ^ever gel into any squabbles as do the representatives and senators on oc- IEd Drake, 75, Dies at I Home; Rites Thursday Popejoy--Ed A. Drake, 75, died at his home late Monday night from' heart trouble, following an illness of 4 days. He had suffered severe heart attacks in previous years. Funeral services were to be held Jersey at the Methodist church Thursday state federation of labor has joined at 2 p. m. in charge of the Rev. in the fight for the abrogation of|L. E. Gatch. Burial was to be in the Chamberlain White Paper the Oak Hill cemetery, which would prohibit all new Besides the wife there is one Jewish immigration into Palestine son, Russel, of Iowa Falls, one fter March 3i. (brother, John, and a sister, Mary In a resolution adopted at .the I Drake, of Bagley, Minn., also 6 body's 65th convention, held in grandchildren. Newark, the federation followed the action of its parent body, the Sees Movie, Throws Away His trutchea New York, OJ.R)--False teeth and fur coats ai-e no particular oddities to theater lost-and-Iound departments, but a Brooklyn mo- I vie house is a bit puzzled by the [ pail- of crutches found alter a recent performance. "Naturally I assume that the picture currently showing contains the cure-all for most any fiind of ailments," the theater Thursday, Jan. 20. 1914 19 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE manager said, "but this is the most baffling situation I've eve? encountered." Buy War Savings Bonds and Stamps from your Globe-Gazette carrier boy. MriClarks SAL AD DRESSING American Federation of Labor, in condemning the White Paper as "a flagrant violation of the British mandate over Palestine." The resolution was introduced by Mayor Vincent J. Murphy of New-1 ark", secretary-treasurer of the New Jersey state federation of | labor. "Ill consonance with the friend| ship lluis far demonstrated by or- Only RATION POINTS PER POUND 2 AMERICAN MEAT INSTITUTE . CHICAGO casion. , task. . Keeping the chambers tidy for meetings is a year-around KROPMAN $1.50 GROCERY 19 9th St. N. E. Delicious ROASTED CHICKENS. .yA»^w up Delicious White Raisin Bread Whole Wheat Bread Home Made Pastry and Bakery Goods Ice Cold COKE, 6 for BUTTER, Pound Folger's, Hills Bros. COFFEE, Ib Nice Solid HEAD LETTUCE, 2 f o r . . . Fresh, Large PASCAL CELERY.. PORK and BEANS, 3 Cans for PURE GRAPE JAM 25c 43c 31c 25c 23c 25c Girls Aid University Army Show Iowa City--"Sound Of'," the army show presented by ASTP cadets at the University of Iowa this weekend, will have dozens of soldiers in the skits--and also about 12 university women students. First show of its kind, ever held at the university, it will be given in the theater Saturday and Sunday with afternoon and evening performances scheduled. VPlie cast includes 85 ASTP cadets, some of whom have had stage and musical experience. Director of the production is Pfc. John Lewis of Cincinnati, Ohio. MANAGER RESIGNS New Hampton--Clark Barteau, manager of the Eclipse Lumber Co., here, has resigned and will move to Hazelton about Feb. 15, where he has purchased an interest in a lumber company there. SAVE at RAIZES! WE CLOTHE AND FEED THE ENTIRE FAMILY FOR LESS -WE HAVE-- ~ Just received shipments of the following: OIL CLOTH -- ELASTIC -- NEEDLES ELASTIC GARTERS -- BOBBY PINS -- INDIAN BLANKETS ..aimed labor to the development of Palestine as a self-roverning Jewish commonwealth, we ask that the gates of that country be opened (or entry and settlement of as many Jexvish refugees as may need or shall desire to go I there, where they may help the pioneers and organized workers to build lor a. just social and economic order," the resolution declared. The text of the resolution follows: "Whereas the American government in 1922 by joint resolution of the congress of the United States which was unanimously adopted, indorsed the establishment in Palestine of a national homeland for the Jewish people; and "Whereas the American Federation of Labor, through its leadership and the expressed sentiment of many of its conventions, has r e p e a t e d l y emphasized i t s friendly and "sincere interest in such movement; and "Whereas the mandatory gov.- ernment of Great Britain is now preparing to invoke the white paper which it issued in 1939, and which decrees the complete cessation of Jewish immigration in Palestine by the end of next March; and '"Whereas the white paper constitutes a flagrant violation of the British mandate over Palestine and if it should'be put into effect it would deal a severe blow to Jewish achievements and the necessity of finding a haven of settlement for countless thousands of persecuted and homeless people; "Now, therefore, be it resolved by this 65th convention of the New Jersey state federation 0 labor assembled in the city of Newark that we join with our parent body the American Federation of Labor in condemning the white paper and calling for its immedi ate repeal; and '·Be it further resolved that w join in demanding the abrogation of the white paper and protesting any action which restricts the right of Jewish immigration into Palestine. In consonance with the friendship thus far demonstrated by organized labor to the development of Palestine as a self-govern Jewish commonwealth, we ask that the gates of that country be opened for entry and settlement of as many Jewish refugees as may need or shall desire to go there, where they may help the pioneers and organized workers to build for a just and social economic order, and "Be it further resolved that copies of this resolution be sent to the state department at Washington, D. C., and to our parent body the American Federation of Labor." DIAMOND BROS. 30 EAST STATE STREET --. ACROSS FROM SEARS, ROEBUCK 3 LB. JAR Crisco . . 69c ANCY SALTED Peanuts.. 29c yANCY SPICED 15.POINTS PAIL Herring $1.29 QUART JAR LUNCHEON Peanut Butter 41c VAN CAMP'S PRE-COOKED 2 BOXES Beans... 25c 2 POINTS PER BOX QUART JAR PICKLED Pigs 9 Feet 31c 49-lb. Bag Diamond's Best Vitamin Enriched Flour. $1.98 Gold Medal Whole Kernel Corn 2 No. 2 Can ..2Sc 13 POINTS PER CAN BRILLIANT LB. Coffee.. 21c HURRY'S ORIGINAL BUTTER CRACKER box 1' HEINZ STEAK LARGE BO Sauce... 25 LB. BAGS LIPTON'S Soap ye or ye-Graham Flour 25c 5 Lb. Bag . 22c EMBOSSED LG. PKG. Napkins. · 9c Rider's Tomato Corn Country BUTTER Ib. 46c Soup.... 25c 4 POINTS PER CAN 3 LB. BAG NAVY Beans... 25c 2 POINTS PER LB. 3'/ 2 -lb. Bag PANCAKE FLOUR, BUCKWHEAT 21C DURKEE'S FAMOUS Dressing, Ig. bottle 29c SUGAR 5 Pound Pkg. Granulated 32c 49-lb. Bag Reputation Vitamin Enriched Flour. $1.85 5 Cans LB. DIAMOND'S BEST Coffee.. 30c LB. PKG. BROWN SUGAR 15c 19c i-ounce Con MUSHROOMS. 10 POINTS PER CAN 2 Large Oval Cans Tomato Sardines. 26c 16 POINTS PER CAN 3 PACKAGES Macaroni lOc Sliced Sweet Pint Jar Pickles.. 15c lie 25c Large Box Fluftex PUDDING MIX.. Baking CHOCOLATE, Bar. EATMORE Dills QT. JAR . 21C RINSO Or OXYDOL Large Package 21 c BRER RABBIT 2 JARS MEN'S BLANKET 25% Wool LINED JACKETS Size 36-50 *2.69 BOYS' BLANKET LINED JACKETS '2.39 FRUITS * VEC. Golden Ripe Choice Southern SWEET Dry Y«How BANANAS 2 POTATOES 2 ONIONS ,,,, Ib. 25c 25c 6c LETTUCE -- CELERY -- GREEN PEPPERS CAW. CARROTS ,,,,,,. IOC CABBAGE Heads 1 Calif. Navel ORANGES E C. D..49C CRANBERRY SAUCE -- APPLE CIDER SANDWICH SPREAD, SALAD .DRESSING.... 3^25c Certainty FLOUR $249 Pillsbury FLOUR $249 FRESH MEATS 2-lb. Box American Best '.enter Cuts Ib. Wisconsin Longhorn PORK CHOPS BEEF ROAST, . 2Jc BACON ENDS ,/.»?,,,, 29c (ing Nut Vegetable Tender Sirloin t 0 CREMO OLEO ,,,. }lc Molasses. 29c STRIKALITE 3 BOXES Matches. 21c 2-Gal. Con Pennsylvania MOTOR OIL I j y i T vj t I E v^ $1.39 STEAK , b 29c Brook's MEAT SAUCE Bottle 15c MILK Tall Cons. 25c FKiftex PUDDING MIX, Pk,s IOC RICE Extra Fancy 2 Ibs. 21C Betty Crocker SOUP MIX, Box. lOc White CORN MEAL, 5 Ibs. 23c ' NORTHERN TISSUE Roll 5c FOLGER'S DEL MONTE COFFEE ib 30c POPCORN White or Yellow .. Ib. ISc MR. FARMER! WE HAVE WHEAT GERM OIL FOR YOUR LIVESTOCK BUY MORE WAR BONDS SAM RAIZES DEPT. STORE Phone 434 We Reserve Right to Limit 301 So. F«d. FARMERS! WE PAY 3 1 e FOR EGGS Real Estate Transfers McConnell, Mildred B. L. Mc- Conncll, To Dorothy M. Lindsay James D. SI (WD) as joint tenants Lot 130 in Forest Park Add to MC Lot 4 Blk C Oak Add Lot 8 Blk 1 in Parker's Fifth Add, a strip ol land 40 Ft. wide in Lot 6 Blk 4 Sirrilie's Add to CL a tract oE land in North side ol Burr Oak St in SiiTie Add to CL. 12-24-43. Clift. Florence M., To Margaret Carroll SI (QCD) A tract of land 40 Ft wide in tvont ot Lots 19- iO Blk 11 Clear Lake Camp Meeting Ass'n Grounds Sec 13-96-22. 10-17-43. Hagan Lizzie. To Helen Lucile Hagan SI (WD N 1 .!; ot NE Fr'/4 Of Sec G-95-20. 8-20-35. Hagan, Lizzie M.. to Helen Lucile Hagan $1 (WD) Lot 4 Blk G A.'T. Parkers PI in MC. 8-20-35. Waffle, O. G.. To Dewey Wilbur Wife; as joint tenants'Sl WD) Lot 4 Blk 69 in Meservey's Add to MC. 30-11-43. M C. Globe-Gazette Co., to Globe-Gazette Publishing Co., $1 (WD) East 50' of W 72' of lot 6 blk 25 Paul Fell's Plat 12-23-43. Stuart, L. C. and Marian B. to J B Stuart Virginia N. as joint tenants $200 (WD) NE 9'A' of lot 7 blk 6 in Sirrines Add to CL 12-24-43. Shields. Ira H. and Hena T. to Wilhelm Olson and Marie as joint tenants (WD) S1200 N'.i of SW,4 10-97-22, 1-3-44. Knowlton, S. M. to A. T. Hansen $1 (WD) N Frc % NE Frc Vi of 5-95-20 except the NW corner of N Frc', NEV4 where the RR right of way crosse"s the N line of Sec 5. thence S 28.28 R. thence E 28.28 R. thence N 28.28 R. thence W 27.28 R to beginning 1-3-44. Schomor, Ina Blanche Rood etal to Roy H. Wcstcott SI (WD) E'.i ol NE Frc 14 of 4-97-22 containing 65.44 acres according to the U. S. government survey, 12-2143. .The National Refining Co.. To Shell Oil Co. Incorp. SI W 65 Ft of Lot 1 Blk 9 in Paul Felt's Pint of M C. 12-22-43. Schmitt. Herbert C. . Wife. To The Home Building Investment Co. SI ( W D ) Lot 21 Blk 6 Wildwood Add to MC. 12-28-43. STALEY'S GOLDEN 5 LB. JAR Syrup... 33c 2 Large Boxes Post BRAN FLAKES 7 OZ. BOX CRACKERS Saratoga, Flakes . lOc Hurry's Cocktail BOX Crackers. 25c CORTEZ Tuna Baking Powder 25 Oz. Jar Im. V* .... « JV Water Softener and Cleaner Sofwash, Ig. box . 22c 2 No. 2Vz Cans California Spinach.. 33c 12 POINTS PER CAN MOCA BEAN LB. Coffee.. 21c 19c ,. FANCY SMALL SWEET CAN 28c G POINTS 2 CANS Diamond's Best CAKE FLOUR, Box Fancy, in Heavy Syrup, PEACHES, 2 No. 2/ 2 Cant. 27 POINTS PER CAN Peas . . . . 25c 16 POINTS PER CAN 1 Lb. Jar Peach and Cherry Preserves 26c Early June Peas 8 POINTS 3 No. 2 Cans . . . . J3c 15 POINTS PER CAN Sweet Milk. CHOCOLATE, Ib. . Paper Shell Pecans Pound 29c "JUNKET" BRAND Rennet Powder For Smooth Ice Cream and Custards Package lie Eggs, doz. 33c 4 BAR DEAL FAIRY Soap.... Diamond's Best Lye . . . . Hordwater CASTILE SOAP 20c 4 Cans 27c 5c lOc 2 Boxes GRAPE-NUTS. 27c 2 Tall Cans Extra Fancy Pork and Beans 23c 14 POINTS Ivory or Swan SOAP, Large Bar. . Blue Barrel V SOAP J Bars Fels-Naptha SOAP P. G. 5 Large SOAP J Bart Crystal White SOAP 3 Large Bars 5c 14c AP 14c 2 Large Boxes Grape Nuts Flakes . . 2?c Morton's Table 10 Lb. Bag Salt . . . . 19c MORTON'S SAUSAGE SEASONING, 10-oz. can 24c BAB-0 Drain-X HERMOX CLEANER 21c 15c 15c CRANBERRIES Pound 29c RUSSETS 100-lb. Bag ....... $2.75 WISCONSIN CABBAGE Pounds 19c CALIFORNIA CARROTS Bunches 15c _RUTABAGASx»r TURNIPS Pounds 25c CALIFORNIA ORANGES Pounds JjEAD LETTUCE for 22c

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