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May 10, 1934

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

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ift'ir£;r^:^C3-^t^^ EIGHTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MAY 10 1934 Green Automobiles Taboo From Now on for Dr. Baloerzak PITTSBURGH, May 10. UP-Green automobiles are taboo, so far as Dr. S. P. Baloerzak of Carnegie Tech is concerned, for three reasons. 1. His first car, a green one, was destroyed in a garage fire. 2. His second car, a green one, ran over an embankment when the steering gear locked, landing in a junk yard. 3. His third car, a green one, was ' Enjoy this blend of finest teas ·sum* TEA "Fresh from the Gardens' 587 stolen, recovered in damaged condition, repaired, and wrecked 10 days later in a collision. It is not the brain trusters who are boring from within the ranks of the old parties. The trusters are in charge o£ affairs and the old timers on the outside are trying to bore into the legislative game.-Council Bluffs Nonpareil. MAN IMPRISONED ON NARROW LEDGE FOR SIX DAYS SUCCUMBS MIAMI, Fla., May 10. (/P)--Shirley Brewer, 43, died today after being imprisoned for six days on a narrow ledge 15 stories above the ground in an unfinished hotel building. Brewer, a pharmacist, was report- CHOP SUEY OR CHOW MEIN prepared at home TEN minutes is all the time you need- Delicious Chinese recipes oil every La Cboy tin. Chop suey is a complete meal. It is economical. Ask your grocer for La Choy Vegetable's for real Chinese choji suey. Packed by Americans in America. 'Women who know fine foods ... and who spend their food dollars ·wisely . . . prefer Rajah Salad Dressing. They like its zestful, tangy taste , : .. its rich, creamy' smboiiness. And they like its economy, too. BIG BEEF SALE! SWIFT'S BRANDED BEEP POT ROAST 201-203 NOKKI FEDERAL .. CHOICE CUTS, LB. ISc POTATO Salad . . lb.!2*/ 2 c SUGAR CUBED HOCKLESS Picnics . . . Ib.l2c Beef Boil . . lb. 6c Beef Liver . lb.9c TENDER ROUND Steak . . . Ib.l6c Bologna . 6* 2 c Sauer Kraut lb.Sc FRESH COUNTRY Eggs . . · doz. DECKER'S IOWANA Bacon . . 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O Bars iOC Class JLUC 3 £ 25c 4 o.n» 15C NAVELS Size 200-s PINEAPPLE SMS" ^ 15c CHOCOLATE BAK.NG . it lOc BROWN SUGAR . . **. 5c KELLOGG'S SZ^SS" 3 Fw 22c CORN FLAKES s . K. *S£ 10c PINEAPPLE 3^1" 2 ,,, 35c SUNIUST J ,, Size 300's « uOZ. ,3for!0o Potatoes, 6ibs.25c i missing by his wife last Friday. ast night, a man who had climbed the top of the building for a rds-eye view of the city, found m lying unconscious. He had apparently fallen from he roof to the narrow ledge. The dge saved him from plunging down an elevator shaft, but It also was his death trap. His right leg was caught firmly in a hole in the masonry. Is New Social Worker. OSAGE, May 9.--Miss Georgia Thompson of Shenandoah has started work as the new social worker for Mitchell county. For the past two years she has been engaged in this line of work in Page county. Employment In Sweden is increasing. NOTICE! The Glanville Bros.' Store will be closed during the funeral of our father, T. R. 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