The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 18, 1937 · Page 16
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February 18, 1937

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 16

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* SIXTEEN 'If I ·aj I ·t -1 ii 11 1! jl 1 I ·i: J l 1! ·53 !J « ! A I K MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBEUARY 18 · 1937 ALLOCATION FOR RELIEF SOUGHT Senate Votes to Provide $5,500,000: Allotment- for Old Age, . . . : DBS MOINES, (fl 3 )--Acting as a committee, the Iowa senate voted today to provide, in the homestead tax reliel bill, a two million dollar annual allocation lor unemployment relief and a $5,500,000 allotment for old age pensions. . Since the provision was contained in a committee of the whole' amendment to the 'homestead bill, it may be changed when the proposal reaches the floor of the upper chamber for debate. Committee action on the bill continued in the afternoon session. During discussion of the long- Rwailed homestead proposal, the chamber heard a suggestion t h a t in addition to the $5,500,000 old age pension allotment the state old age pension head tax be retained. Previously, homestead bill sponsors had introduced a measure for repeal of the head tax. Amended by Committee. As amended by the senate committee-of the whole, the homestead bill would provide relief and old age pension allocations from sales and income tax receipts, and use the remainder of the 18 dollar annual fund as a property tax rebate for homestead owners. Senator Winfred Mighell (D) of Holstein, held out for a $5,500,000 old age pension allotment, but the senate retained the lower figure. "The increase might defeat the purpose of the bill," said Senator Albert Shaw (R) of Pocahontas, one . of the homestead measure's chief sponsors. "We don't bind ourselves not to make an additional provision for old age 'pension payments it it becomes necessary." Would Tay Applicants. Earlier, Senator A. 1J. Augustine (D) of 'Oskaloosa, said he had been informed the $5,500,000 appropriation, together with federal matching funds, would "pay all worthy applicants for pensions." Recently Gov. Nelson G. Kraschel urged speedy action on the proposal so that "nearly 30,000 additional Iowa aged may start receiving pensions immediately." In 'tis morning session the senate received three new bills, including one to create an interstate co-operation committee and one to permit burial associations to hire licensed embalmers. It also heard introduction of a resolution to appropriate $10,000 annually for the greater Iowa commission. Garner Student Wins High Honor at Drake GARNER--Denzel, son of Principal and Mrs. C. H, Tompkins, and senior student at Drake, has been chosen with Topaz Riles of Hot Springs, Ark., as representative ideal college students. Denzel is president of the student council of tho senior class in liberal arts college, member of Tau Kappa Epsilon social fraternity, Phi Beta Kappa national honorary scholarship fraternity, Helmet and Spurs, and mathematic science club. ujre soap-scum wiih a Tablespoon of · Take any good soap, but before you put it in the water, sprinkle CLIMALENE in. It dissolves soap and grease, .completely. This new. combination of grease cutting · suds, means no soap-scum for dishes to come through, no soap-film when rinsed. Use too, for. whiter...cleaner clothes, softer, richer colors, get CLIMALENE today. The Ciimaleae Co., Canton, Ohio. lOe and 25c packages at your grocers K-6 , ; ;: ' ^ " ^ \ If the walls of this room could tell what they hear C 11 ^ x ; For years we have been hearing folks, express iheir views about the food and drink served in this room ... But we've noted this--when the family or guests drink the 'coffee, *\ "there is nothing but enthusiastic 'praise. No wonder--the coffee if * is,always fttlls Bros. For fifty-nine years Hills Bros, have steadfastly maintained a tradition of unchanging quality in roiixling rind packing the finest coffee obtainable. Divorce Proceedings Filed by Ruth Dorsey Divorce proceedings were filed in district court here Tuesday by Mrs. Huth Kathryn Dorsey who charged her husband, John E. Dorse.v, with cruel and inhuman treatment. She seeks temporary alimony in the amount of $200, custody of an infant son and permanent support money of S30 monthly. The couple was married Oct. 18, 1935 in Garner and lived together until the following May 10 when a separation occurred, according to the petition. 150 to Give Operetta. DECORAH-^The grade children will present an operetta on Feb. 25 based on the popular fairy tale, "Pinocchio." The part of the wooden puppet will be played by Gaylord Noyce. About 150 grade children will take part in the musical and speaking parts. "WHATD'/A MEAN, FALSE ALARM? IT'S BIG DELICIOUS SHREDDED WHEAT BISCUITS!" NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY THAN A BILLION SHREDDED WHEAT BISCUITS SOLD EVERY YEAR GIGANTIC BEEF SALE SIRLOIN STEAK POT ROASTS OF '. Beef 1Qc CHOICE CUT ROASTS Beef 15c lb. 1 Qc HEARTS LIVERS BRAINS FANCY SMOKED FISH Ib. 19c WHITING FISH Ib. 10c TENDER STEAK Beef. 15* PRIME RIB ROASTS Beef 15c FANCY ROUND BeefJ2 PORK NECK RIBS lb. DECKERS IOWANA BACON ,il b 16c EXTRA FINE FILLET Haddock lb.19c South A P Phone 101 CLIFTON'S North A P Phone 1477 Canned Vegetable Sale! RE-STOCK YOUR PANTRY SHELVES NOW! IONA CORN or PEAS . IONA STANDARD QUALITY TOMATOES . . DEL MONTE f^rtOKJ Country V-VJIVri Gentleman · · IONA CUT GREEN BEANS . DEL MONTE f^fiPkl Whole Kernel V*WIYI^( Golden Bantam · DEL M O N T E · SPINACH *° ns2 lOc DEL MONTE TOMATOES . . 3 'NO. 2 cans No. 2 cans No. 2 · can No. 2 cans 12 oz. cans 3 2 No. 2'/j cans No. 2 · can 25c 22c lOe 23c 23 c 25c lOc 26 C can 50 C MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE 1 lb. on 2 lb. can ^DC can VIgrorous and AViney BOKAR COFFEE 2 1 '"' Li cans Condor Coffee, 1 Ib. can . . EXCELL, SODA CRACKERS 2 box 16c COLD STREAM PINK SALMON L tall cans 23 C "SOME STRIKE" Medium Red Salmon 29c 2 No 1 w cans Superior Graham Crackers, 2-)b. Box ........ . . . . 19 C Polk'j Grapefruif, 3 -- T4Mi-oi. Cans ...... 25c Cocoonut or Fig Bars, ound . . . . ; ......... lOe Sunnyficld Corn Flakes, 13-oz. Pkg ........... lOc Powdered Sugar, 3 fbs ..... 20c Brown Sugar, 4 Ibs ........ 23c lona Tomafo Juice, 3 -- 24-oz. Cans ..... .· . 29c lona Cocoa, 2-lb. Can. . . . 15c lona Prepared Spaghetti, 28-01. Can 1 Qc Stock Salt, I00-lb. Bag. ... 67c TUNE INf "A P s BantUvasron" 7 to 8 p. m. Thursday WCCO CRACKER-JACKS "A DELICIOUS POPCORN CONFECTION" 1 3 /4-or. Pkgs. lOc FRESH FRUITS VEGETABLES BANANAS . . . 4lbs.29c Navel Oranges, Texas Grapefruit, 200 size, d o z e n . . . . 35c dozen . 31 c Celery, bunch . . . . . . . 1 Oc Carrots, bunch . ' . . . . . . . 5c A P Food Stores Friday and Saturday Values Hills Bros. 'Mb. 2-lb. Can COFFEE . 29c 56c Sawyer's CRACKERS 2 15c It Adds Zest Heinz Catsup . 19c True Fruit Flavor Royal Dessert... 5c Decker's, Corn Country BUTTER . . 35c SUBJECT TO MARKET Hershey's COCOA Prime Roast Beef Roast, Ib. 15C Chuck or Arnvlb.. . Kreamit Vegetable Shortening, Ib. I9c Prime Beef Standing Rib Roast . . . Lb. 29c Pork Roast Rib or Loin End, Ib. ;... 20c Halibut Fancy Steak 25c Pound... Bullheads Pan .Dressed Pound... 19C Salmon Sliced, Fancy Red 25c Pound... Pike Fresh Water Pound... 19C Pound Picnic Hams 20C Hot Tamales 25c Dozen,. . Lard 100% Pure Leaf Pounds 29c Ground Beef Pound... 15c Bacon Squares Pound .'. 20C ' . . - . . 2 c L0b n 27c Del Monte Crushed Pineapple 3 Cc°ns . . . . . . . 27 C Wolff's Stuffed Olives 7 I/ i J °a z ;.....29c King Oscar Sardines Cans Del Monte Asparagus 25c No. 2 Can Gulf Kist Shrimp Wet or Dry 2 Cons 35C Carnation Milk Tall Cans 22c Candy Bars or Gum 3 for . . . . . . . . IOC SaladaTea |/ Pound Block /2 or Green All Varieties Kraft Cheese r J, 19c Marshall Brand Coffee . . American Beauty Mac., Spag. 3 ^ 19c Johnson's Glo-Coat pt. 49c fbt Soap of 2 Bars beautiful 4 * Women A JLC I Hi P G WHITE NAPHTHA S O A P 6 Bars Johnson's Furniture Polish Bottle 49C Polish Cloth Free Hormel's VEG.SOUP . No. .2 O _ · Can 9C Pilot Brand Oyster Shells Imported Fish Balls . 89c Soft as Old Linen Scott Tissue 2 15c Omar 49 Ibs. 241/2 Ibs. FLOUR .$1.99 $1.05 I-Pound Con ... Canada Dry Ginger Ale Quart Le Grande, Green or Wax 2c N °ns'. ISC Reeves Maraschino Cherries 8 oz. ' 16 oz. 19c Be Fresh Country Dozen Cheese No, ! Wisconsin Colby ..... 23C Pound Fruits and Vegetables Texas Sy/eet ORANGES Dozen 29c Green Top Large Bunch CM / 3 *a / Fancy Texas Bunches , 5c Texas Seedless GRAPEFRUIT Dozen . . 29c No. 1 Minnesota Peck 47c We Pay Cc-sh For Eggs Phone 1591 We Deliver 4 Times Daily I A -*^M».'5TMVKUK

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