The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 25, 1937 · Page 17
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 17

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, February 25, 1937
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 25 · 1937 SEVENTEEN Lund's Bakery Saturday Specials 207 X. Federal Ave. 3 Kinds of Cup Cakes Dozen ISc Sweet Biscuits Dozen lOc Hot Cross Buns ... Dozen 18c Chocolate Eclairs 3 for lOc We Will Be in Our New Location March 7. Ph. 952 WHERE'S EMMA? She's risen to the occasion and gone for ServeWheat-Oata and watch your family's spirits soar! Doubly deli- ciouj, doubly nutritious, Wheac- O a t a i s i skillful blend of Wheat and Oats---an unbeatable flavor combination! It picks up your appetite and never lets you down; Thrifty, too! Costs less than Vlf * serwng. Ask your grocer .for Wheat-Oata, today! G I A N T S I Z E (40 SERVINGS) 2 5 C WHEAT-OATA! RALSTON WHEAT-DATA OATS AND WHEAT · ITS GOOD TO EAT GROCERS MEATS.FRUITS.VEGETABLES 10-lHDST.N.E. PHONES 43 44 RE MEM BE*. WE BE LIVEB« ·MEATS THAT SATISFY! TITTLE BROS. PACKING CO. 105 S. FEDERAL PHONE fiD3 SPECIAL -- FRIDAY AND SATURDAY --' SPECIAL FRESH PIKE . . . Ib. lOc Choice Center Cut Chuck ROAST Fresh SPARE RIBS Ib. 14 J c Pork Loin ROAST 4-5 Ib. Avg. Whole Rumn ROAST WOULD LEGALIZE GAMING DEVICES Measure Drawn in Belief It Would Provide Large Amount of Revenue. DES MOINES, ffl--Drawn in he belief it would net from S2,- 100,000 to 55,000,000 annually to :owa cities and counties, a bill to egalize gaming devices was placed n the hands of the Iowa house oj representatives Thursday. The measure would put an of- 'icial stamp of approval on various ypes of slot machines, pin ball and other automatic devices of t h a t character, cigarette slot machines, punch boards and even merchandise vending machines. Representative John W. Moore (D) of Sioux City, f a t h e r of the Jill, said he based its earning po- tentiuiities upon a personal survey of machines in several localities. The measure would t u r n back lo the cities that portion of the li- censine fee derived from machines municipally licensed, and would divert to the counties such revenue as might accrue from rural licensed machines. Schedule of Fees. The schedule of fees as proposed by Moore ranges from $100 to $500 on "jack pot" slot machines; S75 to $300 on pin ball machines with a "jack pot"; 55 to 525 on pin ball machines without a "jack pot"; 75 cents to S3 on pin ball machines with score board "pay off" in merchandise or money; 55 to 525 on pin ball machines used solely for amusement; 75 cents lo S3 for cig- aret slot machines; 50 cents to SI. tor punch boards; 50 cents to 51 for "number" jars; and 50 cents to $3 for any machine in which money is deposited including vending machines and scales. The measure was one of a dozen assorted proposals handed to the house Thursday. Included in the group were several of major im- port including a 22-page measure to rev/rite the existing old age pension plan. Explained ly Group. As explained by the committee in charge the bill makes no major changes in the existing law except to clarify the act relative to naturalized citizens who have been unable to qualify for pensions. Under a provision to handle this defect those citizens who have lived 25 years in America in good faith that they were qualified citizens after taking out first papers, would be eligible for pensions. From 3,000 to 4,000 citizens o£ the state, many of them women, would thus be able to benefit. Other sections of the law provide for federal co-ordination. Another important measure would create a state cosmetology board o£ five members to handle all administrative details of the cosmetology licensing and regulation act, and providing for examiners and administrative officers. Would Be Deleted. As introduced the measure would prohibit cosmetologists from advertising but sponsors indicated this restriction would be deleted. Still another of the new proposals would place county supervisors on a regular salary basis ranging from $1,700 a year for counties of 15,000 to $2,500 a year for counties of 100,000 or over, and would permit them to retain mileage payments. A proposed chain store tax bill would levy a tax of 5 per cent of The C H E E S E Store Friday Saturday White Mountain M £ Cheddar Cheese, Ib. . . . 4 D C Norway Sardines in -i n Olive Oil, tin 1UC Fruit Juices and -t r\ Tomato Juice, can ..... 1UC Imported Danish PQ Blue Cheese, Ib D U C the combined gross receipts ot the first S200.000 o£ such stores. JOBLESS TAX DUE MARCH 1 Penalties to Be Applied on Employers Failing to Pay. DBS MOINES -- Penalties for 'non-payment of the 1935 unemployment compensation tax will be applied alter March 1, and several hundred Iowa employers who have not yet paid the tax stand to lose by the application of this additional penalty. Attention to tlie March 1 deadline is called in a statement made public today by tlie Iowa Unemployment compensation commission. Approximately 2,900 employers have already paid the 1 per cent payroll tax, while the estimated number in the slate subject to the tax is 4,300. The total amount received by the commission now exceeds $1,800,000 as against an estimated $3,000,000 total. The federal government levies a lax of 1 per cent on the payrolls o£ all employers ol 8 or more workers for the year 1S36, 2 per cent for 1937 and 3 per cent for 1838 and thereafter. The funds will be used to pay workers for enforced FEDERAL FRUIT AND VEGETABLE MARKET Phone 42 Across From Hartford Hotel BUTTER Fresh Creamery, Ib... CABBAGE New Texas, Ib 3c American Brick Process Cheese, 2 Ib. box GRAPEFRUIT JUICE Shavers, ^E*4 2 Cans ZjC CRYSTAL WHITE SOAP 5 Giant ·f ft _ Bars lyC CAMPBELL'S SOUPS All Varieties Except Chicken, O l / « Per Can . O / 7 C Jack Sprat CHEESE, |-«- 2-lb. Box 5 / V Jack Sprat '5Q« CODFISH, Ib. £y^, GRAPEFRUIT, Texas, 126 size, dozen 29c Richelieu GRAPE « « _ JELLY, 8 or. Glass IjC ME GOOD MEAT POT ROAST From Choice lIT/M Beef, Ib 1/C BERKSHIRE Pure Pork, per Ib MAGIC WASHER, | Q _ Large Package. . . . *Jp^» A T IS CHEAPER FANCY BEEF Short Ribs, 4 «*._ Perlb.. 1UC : SAUSAGE i 23c| Philadelphia and other n r" 3 oz. Cream, .1 for £DC Bulk Sweet Pickle n H Rclish, pint iiC Fresh Primost and -i r Pultost, Ib I D C Strictly Fresh -i n Ungraded Eggs, doz. A «J C Half Pound Package Cheese Green County Limburger, Ib. . Pop Corn with order, pKsr Spanish roiled Anchovies, Z for 35c SOKlNDSOFOHtfcSfc Z4 *IMT$r.i.t MASON CITY Same Prices Clear Lake Store EGGS Fancy, Fresh, dozen. . . SPINACH FresW, Crisp, Ib PEACHES No. 10 J Gallon Can 4 CARROTS New Calif., Bunch SALMON Tall Can, 2 for 25c BROCCOLI Fresh, Bunch . . . . 19c CRACKERS Fresh, 2-lb. Box I ORANGES Full j Juice, dozen. . . FLOUR Pillsbury's, £*) Omar, 49 Ibs. y At BEETS New, Fresh, bunch. . COFFEE Hills Bros., Pound . . . . 27c Calavo PEARS Each . . : 1J GINGER ALE White Soda, f Aft Lime Rickey. . . JLvC LEMONS Large, Dozen KRAFT DEMONSTRATION- SATURDAY, 'KRAFT DINNER' SPECIAL 15c . Come in and Try If PORK NECK BONES Ib. 5c ISEE OUR WINDOWS BEFORE YOU BUY £^r--4 THOMPSON-DEAN iERVICf iROCERS PHONE 312 PHONE 312 As independent grocers we choose and buy the finest foods from the garden spots of the world and offer them for your approval at reasonable, economical prices.- Plus Free Delivery Extra Special for Friday and Saturday G R A P E F R U I T Fancy, Large California Navels. 150 Size ORANGES doz.S Meat Department BEEF TONGUE, . -« 2-3'/ 2 -Ib. average, Ib . 1 BEEF ROASTS, *«» Fancy Chuck, Ib ' . . JLO PORK LOIN, * o Ends) Ib lO Mrs. Fullerton's Canned Chicken. «g Regular, boned, 60c; Fancy. . / J Fresh Dressed Hens, Oysters Jones' Sausage -- Salt Mackerel Fresh Vegetables -- Fresh Fruits Strawberries FREE DELIVERY Texas Seedless. 80 Sire-- j 126 Size, dor. 29c . .UOZ. ( Ferndell Coffee--Our Best Grade. Vacuum 2 1 n Pack, Pound 3 JLfw Coffee Served Saturday MAGIC WASHER, Large BIG FOUR SOAP, 5 Giant Bars CRYSTAL WHITE SOAP, 6 Giant Bars TOILET PAPER, 5 Large Rolls PEGGY PAGE CHOCOLATES, 1-lb. pkg CREAMETTES, 2 Packages idleness or loss of jobs, through no fault of their own. Payment ot tlie tax is to be made 90 pel- cent to the Iowa commission mid 10 pet- cent to the federal bureau of internal revenue. The latter may be paid any time up to April 1, 1937. Woman Struck by Her Hostess' Car RALEIGH, N. Car., (ff)--Miss Ethel M. Haynes of Raleigh went to a dinner party Wednesday night at the home of Mrs. Bessie W. Bartholomew. Miss Haynes decided to walk lome. Her hostess took another guest uptown by car. Fifteen minutes later, Miss laynes was hit by an automobile nd seriously injured. Polite said the driver of tlie car vas Mrs. Bartholomew. Product of NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY) You Will Profit By Using G-G Classified Ads Observations of "Whenever I see a can of Hills Bros. Coffee being opened I say to myself -'Now there^La coffee that must be reliable or*it wouldn't have been comingMnio this kitchen for all these years.' To talk clock- language-I guess you'd say Hills Bros. Coffee never runs down in flavor'." kitchen clock Copnlght 1937 HilU Bnj For Jifty-nine years Hills Bros, have steadfastly maintained a tradition of unchanging quality iti roasting and packing llie finest, coffee oblamable. Young, Meaty BUY FOIl LESS AT n U E l l I . E n S Friday and Saturday Specials ICE IIAN»M: u, s. INS P. MEATS O N L Y Steaks Tender, Juicy Corn Fed Short Cuts, Ib. 15 I Veal Steaks Chops Sirloin Pound SMALL WIENERS, Pound LIVER SAUSAGE, Pound BOLOGNA, Pound . . . . MINCED HAM, Chunk,Pound . . BRAUNSCHWEIGER, Pound Corn Fed Leg-o'-Mutton, Ib.. . . 1 2c Shoulder Roast, Ib 8c Chops, Steaks, 3 Ibs. 25c Breast Stew, Ib 5c Select Quality Loin Roost, Ib 1 8c Chops, Steak, Ib 20c Pork Cutlets, Ib ISc Side Pork, Ib 1 8c Milk Veal Patties, Ib.. . Pocket Roast, Ib.. Shoulder Roast, Ib. Ground Veal, Ib.. Fed LARDED, ROLLED VEAL ROAST, No Waste, No Bones, Ib BONELESS, ROLLED PRIME RIB ROAST, Ib Fresh Ground Hamburger and Sausage . . . Hocks PORKKklO' Liver Briskets Beef Hearts 25c 1-lb. Pkg. Breakfast BACON BEEF SHORT g gi- RIBS, Ib 1UC BEEF POT "!·« ROAST, Ib 1C PORK BACK BONES, PIG'S FEET, . BEEF BOIL, 6 Ibs... ' 5-lb. Box BACON SOc 100% Pure Bulk Ib. . 14c Sugar Cured Smoked, Ib. . I8c 4-K I.h. Avr. Fresh Dressed Ib. Chickens, ISc WHITING, 3 Ibs. . i . . 7C-1 I PERCH *3C | FILLETS, Ib.. SMOKED SALMON, Ib

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