Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 5, 1934 · Page 23
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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, April 5, 1934
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APRIL 5 1931 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE TWENTY-THREE DURKIN DENIES LOBBY CHARGES Accused by Illinois Senate Sponsors of Mine fields Referendum. SPRINGFIELD, HI., April 5. Iff) --Charges that he lobbied against a general assembly resolution requesting a referendum in the Illinois mice fields were denied today by Martin P. Durkin, director of the state labor department. Sponsors of the resolution, which has so far failed to get senate approval, charged its defeat was due to the opposition of the director. Several Chicago senators said they voted against it at Durkin's request. "I did not know the resolution ·was before the house," Durkin stated. "I was out of the city when the senate considered it I have not read the resolution, and without careful study I could not comment on it," Durkin said. The resolution called on the NRA to set up machinery for an immediate referendum on miners' union affiliations in the coal fields to pro- vide a solution to the four-year-old mine war. The resolution was .dopted by the house, but failed in the senate and the roll call was suspended. MRS. MURPHY OF MANLY IS DEAB Funeral Services Will Be Held Friday at Sacred Heart Church. MANLY, April 5.--Mrs. William Murphy, 73, died at her home a mile south of Manly Wednesday evening after a few days' illness. Surviving are her husband and five children, W. J. Murphy of Mason City; Lew of Churdan; Bert at home, and Frank and Mrs. Vance Riendl, both of Manly. Funeral services will be held at 9:30 o'cock Friday morning at Sacred Heart church, the Rev. Gus Ehl in charge. Frederick Jagel to Stag. MOUNT VERNON, April 5. Iff) --Frederick Jagel, Metropolitan opera tenor, will be guest .artist here during the May music festival at Cornell college, Director Harold W. Baltz announced. 2 EMPLOYES GET REINSTATEMENT llinois Commission Rules They Lost Jobs Because of Politics. SPRINGFIELD, 111., April 5. (/£)-- The state civil service commission today ordered the reinstatement of two employes discharged for political reasons and refused to sustain dismissals of four others because layoff notices were incorrectly drawn. Dismissal orders for 20 state em- ployes were sustained by the commission's finding they were dismissed for due cause. Reinstatement of Herbert B. Zook, attendant, Peoria, was ordered when evidence showed the number of attendants at the Peoria state hospital increased rather than decreased .following his dismissal. The commission ordered payment of his salary from Feb. 12 to the time of his reinstatement. Thomas Wolverton, plumber. East Moline state hospital, dismissed Nov. 22, was also reinstated. The commission held he was dismissed for political reasons. SAVE 16*-GetJhis fine 25* COLONIAL RUG Life (19 OUNCE) BOTTLE Jack Sprat BLUING AND t.«e QUART BOTTLE JACK SPRAT AMMONIA MASON CITY DIVISION SANI-FLUSH Cleans closet bowls without scouring -- It disinfects and deodorizes, too. Specials for Friday and. Saturday, April 6 and 7 BABO CANS lie MAKES BATHROOM FIXTURES SPARKLE LIQUID VENEER You can get beautiful silverware lor certificates packed with each bottle. 4 OUNCE BOTTLE OAKITE Dissolves grease --actually lifts dirt out. Makes d i s h washing easier. Use it on milk palls and separators. 2 PKGS. GOLD DUST Gail Use Gold 1 Dust for dirty dirt--It's fine for cleaning painted walls, too. LABGE PK0. CLEVELAND Wall Paper Cleaner Clean your paper this year · ' 3 C A N S . . . . Little Each 49C Brooms . *£« £ a cl » *3« Kitchenette Clothes Lines . Each l£c 50 FOOT SASH CORD Clothes Pins .. Each I5c · 30 PINS IN PACKAGE Mop Sticks . . . Each lOc STRAIGHT, STRONG HANDLES Laundry Soap 5 bars 15c BIG 4 WHITE NAPTHA Gloves youS, .. Pair 15c Spaghetti.... 2 for 19c PREPARED JACK SPRAT. NO. 300 CANS Peanut Butter . . » 22c JACK SPRAT. 22 OZ. JAR LOXGHOBN Cheese...... Pound 22c Crackers . . . 2 lb. box 19c ALL CRISP SODAS CLOROX Liquid bleach --removea stains and -scorch. PINT BOTTLE 13c QUART BOTTLE MAGIC WASHER The washday f a -LARGE PKG. vorite -- use it when washing curtains. SUNBRITE 21C CLEANSER 6:00/o 6:30 RM RITE-WAY MUSICAL REVERIES: Cleans Easier, Works Faster, Won't Scratch 2 CANS Sponsored by RITE-WAY FOOD STORES HOUSE BAN ING ^/O /I * M AMA'S cleaning house! Rugs are up . , ·. curtains down . . . in fact, everything's upside down. A lot of work, but it's fun, too . . . when you have the right housecleaning aids. So -- let us help you banish winter's dirt and gloom -- let us supply the aids to easy housecleaning. As always, the cost is moderate at Piggly Wiggly. Here are just a few of the many specials, offered: Housecleaning Aids at Sensible Prices! Effective Friday and Saturday, April 6 and 7 Lewis Lye 3 cans Keeps Drains Open ........... Old Dutch 3 cans Cleans Everything Ammonia . . Columbia QUAKTS 14 P«tGSoap5forJQc Giant Size Bars * F CLOROX quarts Makes Clothes Whiter Sani Flush each Kc«p An Extra Can on Hand MAGIC WASHER Large Size Package, each Sal Soda 2y 2 lb. pkg. £ c Blueing lOoz.bottle Makes Hard Water Soft *^ Mrs. Stewart's Clothes Pins doz.^j c BROOMS... plain Polished Hardwood ·' ^ GKEEN HANDLE, 39c Waldorf Tissue £ c Camay Soap bar Soft, Absorbent .............. ROLL A Fine Tollet Soap Blue Barrel Soap Chips 29« PUBE PETROLENE SOAP 5 -LB. BOX .» n «7 A Dm4VD. WE PAY HIGHEST MARKET PRICE FOR EGGS-Mil* JP AlMUJat*. CASH OR TRADE. Lots of room at Piggly Wiggly. Make our spacious lobby a place to rest and meet your friends while in Mason CHy. Oyster Shell 100-lb. Sacks Sugar 100 Ibs. Milled at Mason City Assorted Flavors in No. 5 Pall Makes a Delicious Spread 55 PeanutButter Largo 26 oz. Jar BACH 21 Carrots no.2cans*fi c Ready to Heat and Serve ......... M ^ COOKIES pound Chocolate Coated ............. Betsy Ross Flour 49 k. $1.98 WE PAY YOU 10% MORE THAN YOU PAY IF YOU DON'T LIKE IT BETTER Apricots 1 2 for Roscdale Brand (Close Out) ....... CORN --- no. 2 cans Mayflower ..................... EACH Macaroni 3 Ibs. £* PEAS . . no. 2 cans f 1 c High Grade, In Cello Bags ........ ^^dP* Mayflower ............... EACH *· *· Mustard *.qt. jars American and French Style ....... K-C Bak. Pwd. 25-Oz. Can ............... EACH Tomatoes no. 2 cans Mayflower ............................ · Beans no - 2 cans Derby PRODUCE MINTS Sterling Groceries and Meat Markets NO. 1 -- NO. 2 -- NO. 3 FRIDAY -- SATURDAY -- MONDAY WE DELIVER $1.01) OHDEHS MEAT DEPARTMENT Decker's Decker's Decker's Decker's Decker's Sterling Sterling Sterling 'Sterling- Sterling Beef Boil,' lb Beef Roasts, lb Rolled Rib Roasts, lb Choice Sliced Bacon, lb Sliced Bacon, 5-lb. box Canadian Style Bacon, lb Minced Ham. lb Veal Roasts, lb Veal Steak, lb · Smoked Ham Butts, lb CHICKENS -- EGGS -- FISH . 7c 12c ISc 20c 35c 2!)c 15c 12c loc 12c FRUIT DEPARTMENT Lettuce, large, solid heads 5c Apples, Rome Beauties, 5 Ibs 25c Apples, Delicious, Fancy, each 2c Grapefruit, Arizona Seedless, 8 for 25c Grapefruit, Florida, Seedless, 5 for 25c Sunkist Oranges, extra Ige., doz 29c Oranges, large Sunkist, dozen « 25c Oranges, good size Sunkist, 2 dozen 35c Strawberries, fancy, box '· Khubarb, Asparajrus, Celery, Green Teas, New Potatoes, Carrots, Green Peppers, Tomatoes, Jludishcs, Cucumbers, New Cabbage, Garlic, Green Onions, Cauliflower. Van Camps Pork and Beans, 5 cans 25c Monarch Gelatine, 5 pkgs 25c Monarch Yacht Club Peas, large can 15c Monarch Yacht Club Golden Bantam, can 12c Otoe Spinach, large 2 / 2 can, 2 for 25c Monarch Grape Juice, pints 22c Prunes, large No. 10 can 30cJ Mustard, quarts .-. · 15c Monarch Peanut Butter, large jar . 25c Banner Oats, large pkg 15c Dean's Milk, tall cans, 4 for 25c Longhorn Cream Cheese, lb 19c Gold Dust, large pkg 15c Gold Dust Scouring Powder, 12 cans 49c Oxydol, giant size pkg Crystal White Soap Chips, giant pkg. American Lye, 4 cans Camay, Palmolive, Kirk's, bar Oxydol, large pkg Climax Cleaner, 3 cans Dic-A-Doo Cleaner, large pkg .. 49c ..., 29 c ., 2'Jc ... 5c .. 19c .. 25c Grapefruit 6 for 80 Size, Arizona ORANGES dozen 316 Size, Sunkist Potatoes Nebraska Triumph CELERY . . each Large Stalks $ \ .39 ^* \ f| c ^* ^*ff P. G. Soap, 10 bars 25c THINKING IN CIRCLES The bruin trust started out laying; off employes and cutting wages or all federal employes, which was followed by most of the states and cities, then the brain trust :LSked industry to raise wages and put on more men. You ask the farmer to cut down his production. Did you ask the banker, retailer, wholesaler, manufacturer to cut down his volume--you did not. Then you ask the unemployed to put in gardens and plots to increase production. You cut down the coupensa- tion of ex-soldiers; did you cut down the interest on the war bonds? You are kind of good on figures down in Washington, D. C. How many pounds of foreign oils and fats used for making soap and cooking did you import last year, and how many millions of hogs would that take to replace the foreign oils and fats imported last year? If you cut a man's salary 15% and raise commodities 20%, how much did you really cut the wages? Several of the big boys in the east have bragged about raising wages 10%, but they did not mention about a lot of commodities advancing 20%. Isn't it a. fact that most of you went into office on an economy basis that was the way the wind was blowing- at that time, but when you ask industry to raise wages and put on more men you should follow that line of thought yourself. Jersey Cream Flour, 49 lb. bag $1.52 Jersey Cream Flour, 24'/ 2 lb. bag- 79c Occident Flour, 49-lb. bag- $2.12 Pillsbury's Flour, 49-lb. bag §2.05 Block Salt, each 39c Oyster Shells, Standard, 100 Ibs 9e Oyster Shells, Pilot, 100 Ibs S9c Early Ohio Seed Potatoes No. 1 -- Chick Feed Fanners' Union Meeting, IJurchinal, Iowa Friday, April 6 -- Mr. Henry Curve, Speaker | Louisiana 2 boxes Immanuel Brotherhood Olil-Time Shadow Social Friday Evening, April 6--Church, Fifth and Jersey Dixie Minstrels--Lots of Fun and Entertainment Crackers, 2 lb. caddy 19c Mason Maid Butter, lb ? Clear Lake Butter, lb '-' Brooms, extra good .'We Tomatoes, can 10c Peas, soaked, can 10c Black Walnut Meats, lb 39c Pecan Nut Meats, lb 39c Monarch Breakfast Coffee. II) l!c Folger's Coffee, lb. can ; !2c Folgcr's Coffee, 2-lb. can (il c Bliss Coffee, lb. can 25c Chase and Sanborn Coffee, lb 29c DeSota Toilet Paper, 6 rolls 25c MR. FARMER: -- Bring us your rash or trade any of the S stores. Use parking plate back of store.

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