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January 7, 1943

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 18

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i ..^^, J ,, 1 __^ x .. American Planes Show Superiority Over Axis WASHINGTON, (#}_Secretary of War Stimson said Thursday the air battles of north Africa had demonstrated the definite superiority of American aircraft over axis planes. Reviewing the status ot Hie war Stimson told a press conference that the battle Josses of the German and Italian air forces in norfti Africa had been about double those of the allies. Nazis Deny Looting Property Rights in Conquered Countries ' LISBON, 7P)--An official dc- nia! was issued by the German legation here Thursday in reply to the statement by the united nations charging the Germans with systematic looting and disregard of properly rights in the conquered countries. The statement, announced in Washington, was published by the Portuguese press early this week. DIAMOND BROS. 30 East State Street Across from Sears, Roebuck SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY and SATURDAY GRANULATED Sugar.. 6%c LADY CORINNE PRESERVES All Flavors Except Strawberry and Raspberry, 1 O 1 Jb. Jar IOC 49 Lb. Bag Diamond's Best Flour.. $1.65 Needmor APRICOTS Fancy Whole Fruit in Syrup 2 No. 2V 2 Cans--37c 6 Rolls Premier TOILET PAPER... 2 TALL CANS FRUIT Cocktail. 33c Dole's PINEAPPLE CRUSHED OR GEMS 2 No. 1 Tall Cans--29c Betty Crocker VEGETABLE Noodle Soup lOc 6 OZ. CAN TUNA FISH _ !29c LB. GAL. JUG PURE 4 Lbs. Macaroni or SPAGHETTI .. 3 Lb. Pkg. Small LIMA BEANS 5 Lb. Bag Yellow CORNMEAL ____ Cider ... 49c Great Northern or Navy Beans 4 ,,,, 29c 25c D. B. MILK, 3 Cons.. 23e 2 1-Lb. Cans SANTA CLARA Prunes.. 25c 6-oz. Bottle New Fresh HORSE- A RADISH 1UC 46 Oz. Can Dole's Pineapple Juice ... 35c 2 No. 2 Cans Red Pitted CHERRIES 35c 2 No. 2/4 Cans Sunny Garden Peaches . 35c S OZ. BOTTLE IMITATION VANILLA iflc 49 Lb. Bag GOLD MEDAL' I 7c Flour.. $1.95 Gas on "Hand to Mouth" Basis LARGE BOX DUTCH TEA RUSK _ 15 C 46 Oz. Can GRAPEFRUIT JUICE _.._. 27C BAB-O, Can 10c 10 LB. CAN HUBINGER Golden SYRUP.___ 53c 2 LARGE BOXES Rippled Wheat 15c STONEWARE From 1 to 25 Gal. Jars Attractive Prices 3 LB. CAN SPRY 69c FREE TOWEL WITH SILVER DUST, box 27c 4 BARS SWAN SOAP 25c Northern POTATOES U. S. No. 1 STOCK Ohips, Cobblers or Triumphs, peck . . 36c 100 LB. BAG--S2.35 3 Vz Lb. Bag Reputation PANCAKE FLOUR, Ploin or Buckwheat FANCY HEAD 3 LBS. Rice .... 2?c 10 Oz. Tumbler Gladbrook French Mustard 1 9c 50 FT. SASH Clothes Line 35c LARGE BOTTLE HEINZ STEAK SAUCE 21c LEWIS ' LYE, 3 cans 25c FREE Towel with Giant Bo-c . RINSO _ 69c 3 BARS LUX SOAP 20c 3 BARS Lifebuoy SOAP 9 Marsh Seedless GRAPEFRUIT FANCY WISCONSIN Cranberries, lb _.. 23c 20c 25c IDAHO Russets.. 42c 100 LB. BAG--S2.75 YAM SWEET POTATOES, 3 Ibs. 25c LARGE YELLOW 3 LBS Onions... lOc CABBAGE, 7 Ibs. 25c 100-lb. Bog Puritan OYSTER ftA SHELLS 7UC 100 lb. Bag 16% Protein DAIRY FEED NO. 10 CAN Prunes.. 370 NO. 10 CAN CROSBY CORN _ _.. 49c 44-oz. Box D. B. « A CAKE FLOUR ISC 5 Cons Riders *£*,_ TOMATO SOUP. .. 25V 3 No. 2 Cans Oilman's CARROT ^mt CHIPS Z5C 2 No. 2'.;. Cans California Spinach.. 8-oz. Con «*rf MUSHROOMS.... 21C 48 OZ. BOX Oatmeal.. 19c LARGE BOX LUX FLAKES 25c Reg. Size Box lOe PK _ 2 DOZEN FLORIDA JUICE Oranges . 45c CALIFORNIA ORANGES-- Dozen JOC and 45C TANGERINES, 2 dozen for ..... _ ..... 35c 2 Large Heads HEAD LETTUCE... LEMONS, do-/ .......... 35c BLEACHED CELERY, per lb. . 15c FANCY DELICIOUS 3 Ibs ....... 25c; bu ....... 3.25 FANCY JONATHANS * Ibs ....... 29c;bu ....... 2.85 Yellow Whole o Kernel CORN £. No 2 cans FREE-ONE GAY COLORED FIESTA CEREAL B O W L WITH THE PURCHASE OF 2 BOXES D. B. BRAN OR WHEAT FLAKES FOR .. 22c Seedless RAISINS, lb. 12c Dried PEACHES, 2 Ifas. 33c Dried PEARS, per [fa. . . 11 c D. B. Jell Powder, 4 for . Iftc WISCONSIN Peas, 2 No. 2 cans . 2oc Fancy Marshmallow Lb Cookies . . 19c 1 LB. BLACK PEPPER _ ...... ________ 19 C Double Your Butter Money With Double Mix. I A _ Per Package.. 1UC The Atlantic seaboard will remain on a "hand to mouth" basis of gasoline rationing. Petroleum Administrator Harold L. Ickes tells a special senate investigating committee in Washington, above. Ickes and other officials said there is no hope of relaxation of rationing restrictions in the area. , GRINNELL MAN SAYS BUSINESS MUST ADVERTISE Freedom of Press Endangered by Slump, Says College President GRINNELL--Unless the weekly and daily newspapers of the nation receive adequate advertising support during the war emergency freedom of the press will be greatly endangered, according to Dr. Samuel N. Stevens, president of Grinneli college and merchan- · dismg counselor for many national manufacturers. "Many newspapers have suffered a serious loss of advertising just when their functions become more vital to every community," Dr. Stevens said before an informal faculty meeting at Grinnell college. "This will get worse when :he full impact o£ rationing hits. It is only natural for a merchant who has little to sell to stop advertising. U all merchants and manufacturers follow that theory, :he press.of the nation may become weak and insolvent--easy )rey for unscrupulous propagand- '·The -newspaper is the keystone if the war effort in each commu- lity," the Grinnell man continued. 'When we have drives for scrap, var bonds and other worthy auses, the newspaper must carry he publicity burden. Their mag- jficent job on the recent scrap rive without a cent of financial upport is only one.example. No ne would think oE asking a grocer or free food or an oil station to ive away gasoline, but the news- apcrs give columns o£ space to very war effort--and do it gladly. "The business which tiiscontin- cs advertising is damaging itself nd the community. The business vorld is littered with the ruins £ firms which thought they could [uit advertising. My advice to any usinessman is to continue adver- ising, with an adequate budget f he expects to ride out this hur- icane. "A community which loses its ewspaper suffers an irreparable oss," the Grinnell college presi- ent continued. "People would be eprived of authentic local war in- ormation and fild, morale-dam- ging rumors would start. The oys in the service--who really ppreciatc the news of their home iown paper--would be sadly disappointed when it stops. "If rationing is sharing, each community must ration its ingenuity, resources, co-operation and make a concerted effort to keep every possible business alive during the emergency,"' Dr. Stevens stated. ' : I believe each firm can greatly help itself three ways: "Advertise consistently in your newspaper. "Buy everything you can from fellow merchants. '·Become a member or help organize a strong, vigorous community ckib. which should include farmers, where problems can be thoroughly discussed and solutions agreed upon." Every student at Grinnell college is being fitted for war service through new courses of study and t r a i n i n g developed in 1942. In addition an intensive physical train- inTM program for both men and women is in full swing. More than TOO soldiers are als-'ci on the campus in the officers' training school. Th . class of soldiers was graduated w i t h commission December, and the next will tin ish in January. From "First Lady" A letter addressed to Mrs. Betty Paton of Winterset from Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt, made Mrs. Paton very happy. Mrs.Roosevelt had visited Richard Paton in an English hospital on her recent visit there Mrs. Roosevelt stated that "Dick" was all right and in good spirits." The two largest planets, Jupiter ·mA Saturn, each have nine satellites. SCOUT HEADS PLAN CIRCUS Wright County Boys Will Put on Show CLARION--Discussion of details centering around the forthcoming district Boy Scouts circus and anniversary week featured the January Wright District Boy Scout committee meeting held Tuesday evening in the supervisors room following a dinner session at the New Home cafe in that community at 6:30 p. m * * * Dr. E. L. Size more, district camping and activities chairman m announcing the circus, mentioned that Wesley Bartlett o£ Eagle Grove is the program chairman with Lawrence Jaqua of Clarion handling the ticket sales and publicity white E. F Bisbey has charge of physical arrangements and properties for the production. The circus, which is a great show of scouting activities presented in circus style with clowns and all, is scheduled for the Clarion high school gymnasium on Wednesday, Feb. 3 at 8 p. m., and scouts and cubs from all communities in the county will take part. Anniversary week also coming m February will celebrate the 32nd anniversary of the Boy Scouts of America, and will ba commemorated during the week of Feb. 6 to 12, inclusive. Local observances are to feature scouts m uniform throughout the week, scout church services, Civic club and school programs, and public demonstrations of scouting skills * * * Mention was made in the business reports of the meeting that Wright county had exceeded ail of the others in the nine-county territory of the Winncbago coun- Answers Challenge of Rickenbacker Pretty Welder Ella Soileau (above) of the Ingails shipyards at Pascagoula, Miss., wears the "Hat in the King" emblem of the Ingalls workers' "Rickenbacker Squadron." It's ilicir answer to Eddie Itiuken- backcr's challenge that America's fighting men, if brought from the front lines to the production line, would double production in 30 days. cil in the matter of obtaining ne\ "couts during 1942. A total of 10 new scouts were admitted t scouting with 33 new cubs havin = been recruited into the only cui pack in the district, Pack No. 11 of Clarion. Scouters were in attendance from Goldfield, Dows and Clario. Thompson-ONeiICo .'SKf 1 SERVICE GROCERS '»«« CONSISTENTLY FINE FOODS PRICED EIGHT -- PHONE US YOUR ORDERS -BIRDS EYE FROSTED FOODS Birds Eye Peas Rich in Vit. A, B, C G 12 oz. pkg., serv- nr» ing for four £DC Quick Freezing Locks in All the Goodness Ocean Perch, *·* Very Fine, lb. ...41C Oatmeal, Jack 1 Sprat Large Cornmeal, ·· 5 lb. bags Pancake Flour. -i 3 lb. Jack Sprat .. New Comb i Honey Fresh Oysters Oranges, Large if\ Cal. Sunkist, doz. TT./C Potatoes, No. 1 j p Russets, 10 Ibs. ..*iDC Grapefruit, Seed- OQ less, 96 size, doz. «J»/C New Popcorn, OF* 2 ibs £QC Fancy Chickens Our Meat Dcpt. Is Slocked as Complete as Possible Under Existing Buying Conditions. -- PHONE US YOUR ORDERS -DELIVERY SCHEDULE Morning Delivery--10 O'clock Afternoon Delivery--2:30 O'clock Minimum Delivery $1.00 Order FREE DELIVERY \W*~ 4 FOOD STORE l.|37S N FED£RAL-t/Jf OUR PARKING LOT-PHONE 42C LUTEKISK Ne " Shipmenf Pound Club House STEAKS, lb.. 42c Vecl PATTIES, lb. 35c Platter-Sliced BACON, lb.. 35c Rolled Rib ^OI BEEF ROAST, lb....ioC CHICKEN OF THE SEA TUNA FISH, Can. 33c California CARROTS, 2 Bunches. . Solid HEAD LETTUCE.. Texas GRAPEFRUIT, 10 for. Large Sunkist ORANGES, Dozen. Fancy Winesap APPLES, 4 Ibs Instant Ralston NEEDS NO COOKING 25i -FLOUR- OMAR -- OCCIDENT PILUSBURY'S BEST «.bs $2.19 Sno-Sheen CAKE FLOUR WHEATIES, 2 for. ... 23c CHEERIOATS, 2 for. . 27c Mayflower SODA *·««. CRACKERS, 2 Ibs.. . 4 1C 10-lb. Can Morton's SMOKE SALT ..... GEL-RITE Gclafin Dessert, Several Flavors. . . , Garden DILL PICKLES, Qt. 25c Frosted Ocean Fillets -- Birdseye Fro.cn Food, --Cigarettes -- Eat Flcischmon's Yeast For Health. THE LARGE JACK SPRAT AD HAS OTHER "BUDGET ITEMS" -- READ IT! WE KKSI:RVI: TIIK RIGHT TO LIMIT AGENCIES BACK FEDERAL ORDER Seek to Aid in Task in Law Enforcement By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS State and local law enforcement agencies threw their weight at noon Thursday behind the federal order banning automobile pleasure driving in 1? Atlantic seaboard states as a result of the critical gasoline shortage. To help them in their enforcement task, the regional office of price administration in New York announced a definition of pleasure driving. It includes travel to plates of amusement, on social wills, sightseeing and vacation travel, Regional Director Sylvan Joseph said, explaining his infor- , mation came from .Washington. The following d r i v i n g was classed as essential: On shopping hips, for attendance at religious services, to obtain medical attention, visit the sick, attend funerals, driving necessary for the public welfare or the war effort, or to meet an emergency involving a threat to life, health or property. JANUARY8-9 CORN FLAKES Jack Sprat SALAD MUSTARD Jack Sprat 26 oz. jar J' 12. Jack Sprat Jack Sprat Corn Meal Pancake Flour Wheat Cereal Cheerioats . Grape Nut Flakes Cheese Spread Pabst-Ett Cheese . Corn Starch ^ . Gloss Starch Ar go . Pencil Tablets Sow. Matches A^C*. . . . Dog Food Dehydrated 19c sack 50 oz. IC sack 1_C 28 oz. 15c I oz.pks. *%·*! 2 for Z / C \ m - iq e » Pkj. I J t ! o z - l^f i pkg. I J t 8 oz. "% ft Pte ZOc 1 lb. 1 /\ Pkg. I UC 3--1 !b. 25c · I'kgs. boxes Z5C 8 -"-25c SOUP Jack Sprat Condensed Idaho Russets Potatoes 45 California Grapes - 1 Texas Seedless Grapefruit 29 R O L L E TIDY HOUSE PAINTED BINS Lorke Package JACK SPRAT Quick or Regular 3 lb. Surface Cleaner £s NORTHERN TOILET TISSUE 4 rolls 22c SWAN S O A P |Qc Blason City Stores WILLSON GROCERY 401 Fifteenth St. N. W. Plioiic -Ml THOMPSON-O'NEIL CO. 121 North Federal rhouc 3J" CHICAGO MEAT GROCERY 626 S. Jackson Phone 996 CARL GRUPP 1323 North Federal Pnone 4 , 0 BARRETT BROS. CO 20 Second St. N. E. - Phoi , c 43 A. w. KITTO 102 Seventh St. S. E. rhonc 751 SNYDER'S JACK SPRAT STORE 616 South Federal riionc 21S Out-of-Town Stores .TDK MACKU ........ M ,,,iv , ............. Ma,,l,. I,TM If. DA.VG TED HUMPHREY L. V. JACOBSON ................ Nora Snrjngs W. S. KELSEY ............ R , " WM. YERKES . . . . . . . . . . ' ' SOUIEUG SOX W. II. DIETER1CH Do UKhcrty

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