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March 16, 1944

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 21

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GASSINO LIKE BIG DUMP HEAP Blackened Signs of City Stick Out of Ruins By LYNN HEINZERLING · With The 5tlh Army at Cassino, (/P)--Allied infantrymen, struggling to drive the Germans from Cassino, were lighting on unfamiliar ground Thursday--a battlefield on winch the soldiers did not know whether they were standing on a former street, a former dwelling, a park filled with rubble or the town's fire station. From our observation post in the valley before the town Cassino looked like a vast dump heap, with blackened signs sticking out of the debris. "We were walking right over the buildings and did not know whether we were o n . the road 01 where we were," said LI.' Maxwell Jonah, an engineer who entered ihe town Wednesday night looking for mines. Many of the mines Jonah was looking for were covered up or de- pnaled by the tumbling stone. The "ieutenant and his party, which ncluded Lt. Robert O'Lcary and Capt. H6ward R. Mardin, found 24 on the road leading into the town. "There were very few buildings Jctt standing and they are hollow shells," O'Leary said. Jonah added that though it was black the first part of Wednesday night, when the moon came up later the picture of the town which met their eyes was absolutely fantastic;. To add to the dismal note, it rained most of the night and the town, pulverized by one of the greatest air actions of its kind in history, was covered with water and mud. Osco Drug Company Advertisement Chosen An advertisement of the Osco Drug company of Mason City in the Globe-Gazette was among 16 chosen from the United States to appear in the March issue ol "Chain Store Age" to illustrate Ihcir "Large Size Week" contest The 28 winners of the chain drug store contest to emphasize savings through purchases of large size merchandise will be announced ir the April issue of the magazine. Combat Unit Battles Japanese on Bougainville Island Guadalcanal, U.fi--The first Nc- Kro combat unit to go into action n the south Pacific fought the tapanese on Bougainville island Sunday, it was announced Thursday, and gave a good account of 'Iself in jungle warfare. Th'e unit was the 24th regiment of the U. S. army, which had near- .y a year of jungle training before :aking over a sector of the Empress Augusta Bay beachhead, where Japanese attacked last weekend. AH line officers are white and Ihe non-commissioned officers are Negroes, with the general command under Lt. Col. Julian C. Hearne, Wheeling, W. Va. T/Sgt. Alonzo Douglas, 21, Chicago, probably won the distinction of being the first Negro to kill a Japanese in this war when his combat patrol, under 2nd Lt. Henry H. McAllister. Hamburg. N. Y., penetrated several thousand yards into Japanese-held territory beyond the American perimeter. zS~r*\ SO s. S S - . . . N O R u B .NO typ. TINS MODEM ONE-MOTION CLEANER SAVES HAlFJfOUft CLEANING TIME VMttiM HMt--wall ml ·oofc»«rk-- MJknwn art tie--«Mn Md fiMtaM, ttis "CatMs-fcKtMf" ctaMtr w« ckw OT al kfci mufc m «* «aiy ·wtim! O N S A L E A T / O U R F A V O R I T E P O O D STORE.' Says Pride and Fear of Ruin Keep Nazis Mghting Fiercely New York. IA')--Mel Most, Associated Press staff member at Vichy who returned to the United States Wednesday on the exchange liner Gripsholm, said Thursday that pride and fear of ruin are two of the most powerful factors which keep the Germans fighting. But, he added in a broadcast, Germans are becoming war weary WATCHING THE BOYS --\Vhile watching maneuvers somewhere in Britain, Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower, commander-in-chief of allied invasion forces, has his reactions recorded by the camera. Left, he lifts field glasses to take a closer look; middle, he points to something that interests him, and right, he gestures. Young Named Acting Director for ODT Washington, (ff)--P r e s i d e n t Roosevelt has appointed Brig. Gen. Charles D. Young, retired, acting director of the office of defense transportation. Young will serve until a successor to Joseph B. Eastman, who died Wednesday, is named. FIRE DAMAGE $25,000 Pittsburgh, (.P)--A 6-alarm fire swept a part of the Parkway apartments Wednesday, driving 24 families into the'street and causing damage estimated by Fire Chief William H. Davis at $25,000. WARTIME FOOD ECONOMIES PILLSBURY'S OR OCCIDENT Enriched Flour, 25-lb. S o c k . . . White Label Chicken of ihe Sea TUNA FISH No. 'A Con 2ffc«« Solid 6 Points jyt. Pock Future Solid Pock TOMATOES No. 2 Cons *!*¥«· 5 Points Z7C TO DAYS BEST BUY * U.S.WAR BONDS Your Best Buys In Soap BLAND LARD For Every Shortening Purpose 3-lb. Con No Points BORDEN'S MEMO The New Way to Drink Your Vitamins and Like 'em! IT". 59c McCormick's Bee Brand All Spice - Ginger - Nutmeg Pure Ground. Can LAVA 3 Medium « n^. Bars 19C Hornier* CHILI CON CARNE WITH BEANS k 16-ox. Con, 3 Points I'esUI Fancy G o l d e n KERNEL CORN, 2 No. 303 C o n s . . . Owatontiz Fane? Golden K PomUs CREAM CORN, 2 No. 2 Cons. ____ Vegetarian in Tomato Sauce g Points Van Camp's 8EANS, 2-- ZO-oi. Cans . . . Believe Most Persons Filed Federal Income Tax Returns on Time Des Moines, (if)--Internal revenue collectors here were wondering Thprsday what happened to a woman who failed in a zero hour attempt to make her income tax payment Wednesday night. The woman was the last person in the line as the midnight deadline approached. She worked with one of the assisting clerks until 4 minutes before 12. Informed that her tax was SH3, she said she hadn't brought that much along, but could "make it--jiist around the corner," in the 4 minutes remaining. Tiie cashier's window was held open an additional It) minutes, but the woman did not return. Meanwhile, E. H. Birmingham, collector, expressed belief that not many persons failed to gel their payments in on time. His latest records showed collections this year were approximately 531,000,000, compared with more than $23,000,000 at this time last year. bank accounts which are used to replenish their stocks." Kline said he hoped "public opinion will be so aroused over persons stooping to such methods of getting more than their share of limited food supplies that the chiselers themselves will be afraid to take the chance of passing mutilated tokens." AckLey--Roy Wessel f i l e d to til the vacancy caused by the retirement of W i l l i a m Humke as cit assessor. Coulter--Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Pe tersen were hosts at a dinner a the Lutheran church parlors ii honor of their 25th wedding an niversary. -~* Thursday, March 16, 1944 21 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE and "they all tell you they hope it w i l l all be over soon." "The greater part of German public opinion." Most said, "is split into li camps--those who t h i n k Germany will lose the war and be ruined by it, and those who t h i n k she will win the war but still be ruined by it. "His pride is another factor which keeps the average German going. The Germans' homes may be demolished by allied bombs, but so long as their pride is not, Hitler is safe from an uprising at home." America's «%fj. *? Oworonno Festal Small Tender Early JUNE PEAS DELUXE PLUMS, No. 2Y 2 Jar 23c I lorlda Hits w Grapefruit JUICE, 46-or. Can ...... 31c I.ibby-5 Purr TOMATO .IlitCE, 2--No. 2 Cans 3uu»weet Delicious PRUNE JUICE, Quart Bottle . . J e n n y l.e* or Mother'* EGG NOODLES, Lb. Cello Bae 19c The Perfect I^andry L1MT STARCH, 12-oz. Pkg lOc FOLGER'S COFFEE Vacuum Pa LB. Silver l.lly Pure APPLE JELLY, 2-Ib. Jar 28c S i l v e r I.iljr Pur. Bl.ek 6 Points RASPBERRY JELLY, 2-lb. Jar 33c The Orljinal PEANUT CRUNCH, Lb. Jar . 32c SPINACH, Ib f H 1UC Fresh ENDIVE, Bunch. Pascal or Bleached CELERY, Bunch. . . POTATOES, Idaho Russets or Early Ohios, 100 Ib. Sacks. California Sunkist ORANGES, Doi. Fresh GREEN BEANS, Fresh PEAS, tA*. Pound 2U Texas Sweet Seedless A*. GRAPEFRUIT, Ib 5C Florida NEW «A^ POTATOES, Ib IOC BOSTON BUTT PORK ROASTS . Ib. 29c Lean -- Tender -- Practically Boneless SHOULDER VEAL ROASTS, Tender and Economical .b2?C TABLE READY MEATS Ring Bologno Ib. 25c Smoked Polish Sausage Ib. 33c Prem. New England Ib. 45c Cedar Ccrrelat... Ib. 29c LOW POINT VALUE Braunschweiger. . . Ib. 35c Prem. Corned Beef, Ib. 35c Brookfield, I-lb. Carton 39c Assorted Meat Loafs. . . . Ib. 29c Lamb Legs Ib. 37c I Lamb Rib Chops. . .Ib. 33c Lamb Shldr. Roosts, Ib. 32c | Lamb Stew Ib. 18c GOOD QUALITY, FRESH DRESSED CHICKENS PURE APPLE CIDER FEDERAL Gal.. 75- RUIT MARKETS SHOP HERE AND SAVE Burglar Takes Many Items, Eats Meal, Leaves Dirty Dishes Des Monies, (/P)--The burglar who entered the Mcrel Muichy home Wednesday really made himself at home, besides taking an imposing list of jewelry and sports equipment. He raided the kitchen for a cake, a box of cookies, sacks of oranges and eggs, a piece of cheese, a loaf of bread and several packages of cigarels. Then, apparently, he began on the other items. He took a woman's watch set with 3 diamonds, 2 cameras, n skeet gun and rifle, a hunting bow and arrows, 2 fishing rods and a flashlight. To add insult to injury, "the man who came to dinner" went to Mulchy's nearby cabin where he fried the eggs, apparently ate most of the foot! and smoked some of the cigarets--but left the dirty dishes with which he had cook and eaten the food. MORTON'S SALT WHEN IT RAINS II POUIS Retailers Warned Not to Accept Ration Tokens Which Are Split DCS Moines, (I?)--Walter D. Kline, acting director of the DCS Moines OPA district, Thursday warned food retailers to guard against acceptance of s p l i t ration tokens, and emphasized that the retailers are the losers in such transactions. "We have just received official reports that a few merchants have received red and plue plastic tokens which have been split in two and apparently given them by customers to cheat on purchases of rationed foods," Kline' said. "We assume the tokens were split intentionally and wish to emphasize that severe penalties arc provided for splitting or otherwise mutilating them," he added. "We feel that merchants should guard against acceptance of split or mutilated tokens because there is no provision for protecting them against the loss in their ration Kropman Grocery 19 9th SI. N. E. Delicious ROASTED CHICKENS up Delicious Golden Brown Crust Home-Madc | | DREAD. Any Kind 11C HOME-MADE PASTRY If you arc planning a parly or for special occasions -- we will bake you fancy cookies, cakes. pies or rolls. U-Kook-It Makes Imitation Jell Apple and Blackberry BUTTER, Pound ........ BANANAS \Ve Carry a Complete Line of Fresh Vegetables Ice Cold COKE, 6 for ...... Folder's. Hills iiros. COFFEE, !l ....... CORK and BEANS, ;} Cans for ........ 43c 25c 31c 25c A GfiADf LAMB SAL* QUALITY MEATS--FISH BEEF ROAST 25 C - U.S. CHOICE NONE HIGHER "GOLDEK"--Point Value 8 CO UN - GREEN OR WAX--No Points BCANS JO FRKHK Sl.lCI.II SIDE PORK I DECKER'S POPULAR CERVELAT HK.tUI.EKS AM IRF.S,SK1 WHITING .,, I8c 23c 29c STEAK u. s. CHOICE ROUND Spare Ribs MEATY SELECT 19. Lb. BACON 33 DECKER'S IOWANA SLICED C Lb - · COM STOCK--RED--Point Valuo · SCANS I FRENCHED PORK IIV Tenderloins Lb. 39 l^^F ,..u*M ftt^ 1 * 1 ' 11 ** 1 Corn Country or Brookfield BUTTER, Per Pound I'din I V»lur * SPINACH .. A1.1 f ) K-- 1 '(tin [ X all) *· 10 PORK BEANS . VAN :.*.MI"S--r.ilnl V»lnr BAKED BEANS . . . . «£; 13c ^ 14c ",,:' I2c FLOR«* NEW ^.^··b. i i . N s i v i ; K T t ; . N K i » -- I ' l d n i y.ihi* GRAPEFRUIT JUICE . I CB WE L w-IOBIO*. ol ' ts * c. 33 c .! TJ». ** wr.^ ""'· S1T ' r ' 9C ' ;isas--1 5c ' ^,,^«--. 2 --27c' - - -;,;«'I.Y IA:**' me EGGS, Fresh From Nearby Farms, Per Dozen 32C NATIONAL--njinl V»loe 3 GRAPE JELLY £«· 17e NATION" A r*--I'..Tnt VjUnr 4 GRAPE JAM ir,; T I H I K I * -- I ' n i n t \ n l n * « NAVY BEANS 3 ,'.?-. 2Se :(»u; A O I I N srAriHKTn OR MACARONI JK.V.NV r.r.i; EGG NOODLES ORflNGES Grade A Pasteurized MILK, 2-Qt. Bottle L U X F L A K E S S W A N S O A P SUPER SUDS LUX SOAP

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