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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 14

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, January 14, 1943
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, 14 WMC Assembles 229 Inspectors to Help War Plant Efficiency WASHINGTON, /P)_The war manpower commission is assembling a staff of 229 "labor utilization inspectors" to obtain greater efficiency among war plants in the use of labor, and WMC officials, who preferred not to be named, said Wednesday t h i s number will be "only a beginning." These men will supplement the work of hundreds of experts and inspectors sent into war plants by the army, navy and other. contract-awarding agencies of the government to increase effiden- * P rod " c t"a processes and ·$**$· plant Products meet specifications. In addition, the WMC provides experts to see that efficient programs are maintained for training workers tor industry in and out of plants, and other government specialists seek to help war industry areas increase efficiency of their transportation systems and get full use of housing fa- MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Five Missing SaOo^Brotii^^famny ^ ·· i i i -· _ ,, . f \ DIAMOND BROS. 3» East State Street , Acrosi from Sean, Roebuck SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY and SATURDAY Wilson's Certified 28 oz. Jar MINCED T h Pigs Feet 33c HaM....25c STONEWARE From 1 to 25 Gallon Jars at Attractive Prices LADY CORINNE PRESERVES All Flavors Except Strawberry and Raspberry. ·· n I'lb. Jar ......... IOC 5 Lb. Bog Yellow CORNMEAL GRANULATED Lb Sugar.. 6'ic 6 Rolls Premier TOILET PAPER.... LEWIS 3 CANS 2No. 2 Cans Sunny Garden PRICTM Peaches.. 35c TM Great Northern or Navy Beans 4 b 29c 4 Lbs. Macaroni or SPAGHETTI...... 2 i-Lb! Cans SANTA CLARA Prunes.. 25c 6-pz. Bottle New Fresh HORSERADISH 46 Oz. Can Dole's Pineapple Juice . . . 35c 32-oz. Jar ««t_ DILL PICKLES.... I^C 4 Bars · «»«·-- SWAN SOAP ZJC Hubinger-s Golden 10 lb Pail ..Be 2 Large Boxes D. B. « §·_ CORN FLAKES.... 15C 14-oz. Bottle ««fc_ HEINZ KETCHUP.. 1£C 8-or. Can ^* MUSHROOMS .... ZlC . 71c 3LBa . - ;-L b - Bog Reputation PANCAKE FLOUR, --_ Plain or Buckwheat A /V GAL. JITG PURE Cider... 49c n ing a pa! kilkdan the Jap attack on eavl er Juneau, which was sunk in the Sol-in action. Back, left to right" Albert mother; Madison, 22; ^ Mrs. Thomas F. Sullivan, mother- Thomas ' ' * year a *° in * e nt on aveng- Thebrotllers ^ed aboard the,cruis- have been listed nussin* ^TM**TM* grand! * '« *? ? ght: Albert 's wife;father ' holding Albert ' s JeII-0 Twelve 5c Cufs «·'«. SPARK PLUG 52C 44-oz. Box D. B. · O _ CAKE FLOUR ISC !/2-Ib. Pk'g. Extra Large WALNUT MEATS . . . ; . . . . 46-oz. Can Compfaefl's TOMATO P JL^ JUICE ZlC .Fancy Large Budded Lb Walnuts. 29c FATHER OF 11 WAS DRAFTED Draft Board Wonders How It All Happened NEW YORK, W-This is the army Pvt. Christian: $140 a month for the wife and 11 kids for the duration, an appendectomy at Atlantic City and. the local draft board wondering how it all happened. * * * * Queens draft board 244 offi- cJaJs said that when Anthony Arthur Christian, 38, filled out Ws questionnaire he Indicated he was single, with no dependents, and wanted to be put in 1*"A« ' ^* «£ *¥ So he was inducted into the army Nov. 7, and after three days at Camp Upt oc , N. Y., was trans! f erred to the army air forces at Atlantic City, N. J. Then Mrs Onnstian appeared at the draft board and said she had not been e iS nS de P Bndencv allotment bod ^af^" E3id a draft ^pendents!" exclaimed - r i s t i a n . "How about our 1 children?" And she produced GOLDFIELD--Mrs. Frank Little of Worthington, Minn., was a guest'at the H. C. Oiratt come the past week. - - - th e national language lippines, was taught with English before the Japanese invasion. Thompson-ONeil Co ·Tz HE SERVICE GROCERS »"«« · J12 Consistently Fine Foods Priced Right -- PHONE US YOUR ORDERS -BIRDS EYE FROSTED FOODS ' NO. 10 CAN Prunes 37c No. JO Can Ap- RED CHERRIES 55C NO. 10 CAN Pears..7Jc No. 10 Con BLACK AA M RASPBERRIES VOC NO. 10 CAN CROSBY Corn..49c ^^^ * i XVvJT. JC»ljAt.Ji Pepper.. I9c 25c 6-oz. Jar PIMENTOES Instant Ralston? 1 LB. PKG; 23c I0 ° Northern POTATOES TJ. S. No. 1 STOCK Ohips, Cobblers or Triumphs, peck . . 36c 100 LB. BAG--$2.35 "--j Marshmallow Lb IDAHO * PK Cookies . 19c Russets.. 42c 2No. 2^t Cans SEEDLESS Grapes.. 25c 10O-lb." Bag DAIRY FEED. JOO^Baa PaHton SHELLS 90C When meat is a little scarce try Van Camp's Tenderoni, 2 pks. for 19c one free. VA¥I°LLA E ! MITATION Col. Arthur V. McDermott, di- ector of New York City selective ervice, Tuesday absolved oard m the matter, said the government would have to pay Private Christian $50 a month and his family $140 "in spite of the fact Private Christian obviously board " eCeiVEd his loeal dra£t f,,?T Ut ? iv l te Cfcn'sto'an. home on furlough after an operation for appendicitis in Atlantic City, had a statement of his own * * * rt'iM^' ed "F "*« and a11 «ny children when I SMeO. out 2£ f " C *! tt 5?«'na questionnaire, wwch I dul lone before filling out njy draft board Qnes u oa ! nslre," he said. * * * - f B was told to le " ave «ie of dependents blank in his draft questionnaire since he had relief a"d "I guess Frosted Peas 26c Lima Beans 3Q C Asparagus Cuts 31 c ORANGES targe Size, 150 Sunkist, doz. Grapefruit Juice, O£ Large 46 oz. cans «iDC Tomato Juice, «jr 46 oz. cans . . . . . . Zt)C Pineapple Juice, Mt% 46 oz. cans 4ZC Cheese, n- Wisconsin, lb. . . . JjC Com JMeal, 7 ft 51b. sack ISfC Home Made Bread Home Made Pastry Brussels Sprouts .. Cooked Squash ... Strawberries GRAPEFRUIT Nice Seedless, ,|o 96 Size Tex., doz. 4oC Pork Roasts, . n/| Loin ends, lb. . . . Z"C Beef Roasts, on Fancy chuck, lb.. . OUC Bacon Squares, nm M- ......... :.,24c Slice Bacon, OO Fancy platter, Ib/JOC Pork Liver, . t\n " ..Z2C Fresh Dressed Heavy Chickens Fresh Oysters ^ FOOD STORE 1,1325 N FEDERAL-iK[ OUR PARKING LOT- PHONE 420 , STOKE HOURS 7:30 a. ra.--6:00 p. m. Daily TiSO a. TO--9:00 p. m . Saturdays DELIVERY SCHEDULE 10:00 a. m.--3:00 p. m. Minimum Delivery Service SI O GROUND HAM LOAF lb. Cabbage, 3 Ibs. __,, 20c GRKEN TOP Carrots, 2 bunches . loc 8 Marsh Seedless GRAP£FRU| T 6 OZ. CAN TUNA PISH 29c Seedless RAISINS, lb. 12 e Dried PEARS, per lb... u e D B JELL POWDER, All Flavors FANCY DELICIOUS 3 Ibs. __ 25c; bu.. FANCY JONATHANS 4 Ibs. __ 29c; bu.. ---.^^ WISCONSIN Cranberries, lb. 21c 2DOZEN FLORIDA JUICE Oranges. 45c CALIFORNIA ORANGES 5c TANGERINES, 2 dozen for 2 Large Heads HEAD LETTUCE. .. 35c , , " at the draft board I no t d him about the wife and 11 fads, but I a)so told him that l have stomach ulcers sin u : Double and am slightly deaf £ my right ear. But I miesi fh-,1 didn't matter, because f iSd^y ix-amination all right.TM* Sales of High Test Gas Increase Sharply CLEVELAND, /P -- fia-nlim rationed motorists seeking'more mileage a gallon, are fuming from regular grade to. high test gasTM line ,n such numbers that some- th in g_ m ay have to be done about it The sales ratio of high test to regular grades in the midwest Veal and Pork PATTIES, tb... 35c 35c Loin End PORK ROAST, lb. 29C Fresh ^ V E A L B R A i N S , l b . . . l 3 C Platfer-Sliced BACON, lb 3.25 LEMONS, doz 35c BLEACHED v -2.85 CELERY, per lb. . 15c Gas Pipeline Repairs Are Nearly Completed DAVENPORT, (VPJ-The fire in the natural gas pipeline near Washington has been extinguished and repairs were nearing completion Tnursday as officials sought reasons for the mysterious explosion and blaze which reduced the gas flow to this area and Cedar Rapids and Iowa City Wednesday afternoon. Harry E. Littig, district manager of the Iowa-Illinois Gas and Electric company, said he had been informed that the 24-inch line was restored, and that the 25- wculd be repaired b y 39c FRESH DRESSED FOWL--PHONE EARLY PURE LARD, Paekoge or Bulk. Texas Seedless GRAPEFRUIT, 8 for lb. ISc Solid HEAD LETTUCE, 2 for. Large Sunkist J^ -ORANGES, Poz.... 45C New California « a* _ Corrors, 2 Bunches * jC Savings Bonds ana roin yonr Good Eating or Cooking APPLES, 4 Ibs Sno-Flake Laundry %A_ BLEACH, GaL... . 39C Laundry Soap -CRYSTAL g WHITE. . . Q Bars ,,- 25C Kraft Dinner, 2 Pk 9s . I9 C FLOUR Pillsbury's Best -- Omar - Occident -- Jack Sprat 'J M ^**' F OOP» PEAS, Equals 2 Ibs. in Pod YOUKGBERRIES, Serves Four COOKED SQUASH, Serves Four SPINACH . . . . . . . . . . 23c 25c 29c FRESH FROZEN FISH Walleyed Pike, lb... 29c Northern Pike, lb.. . 23e Smelts, lb 15 C Fresh Herring, 2 Ibs. 25e SMOKED SALMON SMOKED WHITEFISH SMOKED HERRING PICKLED HERRING SALT HERRING SALT CODFISH FRESH OYSTERS LARGE DIAMOND WALNUTS 49 Ibs ...... .$2.09 READ THE LARGE JACK SPRAT_AD FOR "WEEK-END Padway Says Musicians Putting Selves Out of Jobs With Recordings WASHINGTON, U.R) -- The American Federation of Musicians' ban on recordings was described to a senate committee .Thursday "as an instance of organized workers fighting for their very existence" against an industry that has "grown powerful and wealthy on 'canned music.'" Joseph A. Padway, American Federation of Labor general counsel, told an investigating committee headed by Senator D. Worth Clark, D., Idaho, that the recording ban--in elfect since 5ast Aug. 1--stemmed from the conviction of union members "that it would be nothing short of suicide to continue, themselves, to make the instruments which put them out of jobs/: »4 , ! i !way ' a PPearing on behalf of AFM President James C Petrillo reiterated a pledge -given the committee Wednesday by Petrillo that the union is willing to meet with "any responsible group 'or groups representing the industry" to work out a "fair and equitable" solution. Lund of Bricelyn^ Is Member of Legislature ST. PAUL, Minn., U.PJ--E. O. Lund, Bricelyn, was sworn in as a member of the house of representatives Wednesday to succeed Mitchell Perizzo, Jr., as the representative from Faribault county. Peiteo resigned after his election to enter the navy. Lund was named at a special election Jan. 6, SomethingJNew Has,, ---- Been Added! Othtr prtmiumt matiabl* with Jack Sprat Floor at*: TO THE ASSORTMENT OF PREMIUMS AVAILABLE WITH COUPONS FROM JACK SPRAT FLOUR HAS BEEN ADDED THIS BEAUTIFUL; SERVICEABLE, 52-iNcn, SAILCLOTH TABLECLOTH,- SOMETHING NEW HAS BEEN ADDED TO JACK SPRAT FLOUR TOOL ITS NOW ENRICHED WITH VITAMIN "8i"'THAT ALL/i IMPORTANT NERVE VITAMIN. .Yellow Jack Sprat Hoot* Aprons, Cook Boalu mi Kitcfttn Touwl S*U. FRIDAy 6 $ATV*MY t JAN. 15-ie CORN MEAL 19 TIDY HOUSE Bowl Flush .. .-^ 23c Gauze Toilet Tissue . «?,,,19c Jack Sprat White Cream Style Corn "Stf 15c Mayflower Tomatoes ...?LM5c Mayflower Plain Queens Olives v zg; a 49e Jack Sprat Salad Dressing £.' 25c I Texas Seedless Californio CARROTS 2 Bunches . . !$ Sunkist Navels ORANGES Large 150 Sixe ... dor. GRAPEFRUIT 8 ,,,, 25c BUCKWHEAT SELF-RISING FLOUR Jack Sprat Flour COOKIES Sweet . . . . . . Pound BRAN FLAKES GRAPE NUTS RICE KRISPIES BAKING CUPS SALT Jack Sprat 2 Large 15 oz. Pkgs. ain or Iodized Jack Sprat 12 oz. of 85 2601. 9c 8c CAKE FLOUR Jack Sprat 44 oz. pkg. 23° V ll S C 0 Conner y ^t' Macaroni or Spaghetti TofpiT 5c Lewis Lyc £. 2 ?c Baking Soda A H / ^ ^ »-». ^ c Pound ^ 5c Wisconsin Longhorn . . . » , CAMAY 2 TO I LET SOAP fcr Mason City Stores WILLSON GROCERY , Fifteenth SJ. N. W. Phone CO. Kirk's Hardwoter Castile Soap 5 STORES Out-of-Town Stores JOE MACKU ............. ,,-_,_ n. BANG ......... .......; ...... VOI.D · " BARRETT BROS. CO 20 Second St. N E ,,, IfEDAHL TED *~ V. JACOBSON W. S, REtSEY . TO1. YERKES ED MARONET A. M. SAILOR ".'.'. SOLBERG * SON W. R. DIETERICB H. HANSON A«T WHITE

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