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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 27, 1957, Mason City, Iowa                              ltS7 John Graham John Flobeigf AEG NOMlNEESTwo former Truman administration men a r e President Eisenhowers nominees for the Atomic Ener gy John Gra a former assistant Treas ury now is a finan cial consultant in John former as sistant Navy is a Washington Graham rwould vacancy caused by death of John Von and Floberg would succeed Thomas who has been a center of policy contro r Road Travel in Russia Has Surprises By COLETTE BLACKMORE y MOSCOW UP The Soviet Union this summer is permitting foreigners for the first time to bring their own automobiles into the country and spend a holiday the Russian rNpt many Americans are ex to the offer but those who do find an inter esting contrast with the Ameri can road network of motels and speed Vast as this cbutry is no chance of the visitor getting For one he must stick to one of two trunk To make sure he Intourist guide will him at the frontier and ac company him throughout the Repair Shops Available The highways especially the northsouth route from Moscow to the Black excellent by Russian standards in most good by European They are three and some times fourlane roads with long stretches where you can put your foot to the Gas repair snack bars and restaurants are to be found about every 100 Hotels are spaced at reasonable distances and built right out on the highways in the remote Traffic is very consisting mostly of trucks and There are no When Russians and they love they usually go by Few have private Driving Rules Whenever the foreign tourist stops in a village or small he will be surrounded by wide eyed onlookers including knowl edgeable young men commenting on the mechanical features of his Rules for driving are simple Stay on the right hand Highway and traffic signs are pretty much the same as in Western One difference is that you can turn right on a red Drivers must keep their cars If a policeman spots a muddy he has the right to stop it and fine the The speed limit in a city is 35 On the open road it is Should you run out of gas be tween filling put an empty can on top of your The next truck that comes by will know your trouble and offer to sell you some of his a TWO BRIDGES Jthau 10 separate New Yorks oldest and newest Perrines crossing the WallMlI River from Rifton to Rosendale in the of two dozen covered bridges remaining in the Less than 10 miles away is the Kingston RhinecliCf only recently opened to Let PIGGLY WIGGLY help you get a grip on savings a grip that will help you hold food downl We do H with storewide low prices in all backed up by dozens of weekly specials GUARANTEED to fill your shelves without emptying your Get the PIGGLY WIGGLY saving habit and watch your food come downl As a bonus you get Green the nations most popular by 4 out of 5 stamp Thousands of brand name items yours just for saving Green Stamps at PIGGLY WIGGLY1 FOURTH 12 1st OPEN FRIDAY TILL OPEN DAILY TEL P FRIDAY TILL REDEEM ALL KINDS OF GROCERY PRODUCT COUPONS M V and pouftty V SWANSONS BEEF CHICKEN or TtJRKEY POT PIES Head Lettuce MEAT and PRODUCE ITEMS IN THIS AD GOOD ONLY THRU JUNE 29tk CHOICE QUALITY BEEF CHUCK ROAST WHY SETTLE FOR LESS PIGGLY WIGGLY OFFERS YOU ONLY THE FINEST AT THIS ONE LOW PRICE BUY WITH ALWAYS GOOD CLUB STEAKS 69 CALIFORNIA FANCY CRISP SOLID LARGEHEAD EACH POTATOES WHOLE KERNEL N1BLETS MONARCHS SWIET N TENDER MONARCHS QUART JAR SALAD DRESSING 39 HENDERSON PURE CANE ALL THE NEW ALL POPULAR BRANDS COFFEE SUGAR 10 JIFFY VARIETIIS 89 V CAKE MIX WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES tfliS COUPOftflHD JtfTER JULY 3RD FREE GLASSES A Windsor pattern Hostess reaulor 29c ABSOLUTELY FREE Clip and redeem No purchase COUPON EFFECTIVE ONLY ONEWEEK KHt ONI WEE HOSTESS GLASS MSGLY W1GOLY FOOD CENTERS Cify CALIFORNIA LONG WHITES WATERMELON RATHS SLICED Bacon Ends BOX RATH BLACKHAWK SMOKIES SMOKED SAUSAGE 8 Cello FANCY LEAN BOSTON BUTT PORK STEAK ib45c TEXAS CHARLESTON GREYS 20 to 22 Each FROZEN SLICED STRAWBERRIES IO CATSUP PLAIN OR WHOLE PICKLES RED DOT CHIPS Jig Twin Pack Full Pound Armour Star Canned Meats CORNED BEEF HASH 2 6Sc CORNED BEEF POTTED MEAT SUNSHINES r BLACK WALNUT 49C PIGS FEET Jar The finest Qualify You Can Buy KETCHUP Bottle HAMBURGER RELISH Jar TOMATO SOUP 3 35C STRAINED BABY FOODS Jar 10c DINTY MOORE BEEF STEW MARY KITCHEN ROAST BEEF HASH 15ViOUNCE TJN HORMELS SPAM 12OUNCE TIN Your Choice BLOSSOM FROZEN ORANGE JUICE Tin GREEN STAMPS GERBERS STRAINED FOODS CANS ALL VARIETIES EXCEPT EGG YOLK and CHICKEN Pabst nonfattening Beverages LESS THAN THREE CALORIES PER CAN IH FLAVOR DOG FOOD Kraft Tangy Horseradish Bollard OvenReady Biscuits 2 7P 29c VETS CAT FOOD 15OUNCE TIN 1C Kraft Pimento Cheese Spread Jar Kraft Miracle French Dressing 39c Kraft Cello Wrapped Caramels Kraft Chocolate Malted Milk 45c Kraft Casino French 35c Kraft Smooth Spreading Cheei Whiz 33c WMBK POUND JAR THE RNEST HONEY MONEY CAN BUY Star Kist Green Label TUNA FISH 7 Tins CRACKER JACK CANDY CONFECTION Marshmallows Campfire Brand 3 TIN C TIN CAN G 1957 HIGHEST IN largest 10 storici 110 feet is in place at the Harvey Aluminum plant In Tor It was built by Westinghouse in The electric giant heat treats shapfs 80 Eastern Grape Crop Tops Record and grape belt had a record crop in 1956 as far as quantity bQt the quality was below Production figures showed a harvest of exceeding the previous mark of tons established iii Although it is not known exact ly how financially successful tho grape growers were last the returns are bound better than expected rainy springand ingly warm weatherIn October and November aided the crop make a miraculous but its quality was notwholly made The aircraft Industry In the United States is served by more than subcontractors and LEGAL NOTICES ADVERTISEMENT Kliehin And And And Sealed proposals for kitchen terla baki oven and kettles and refrigeration and 1 at Ion of will bo received in Office of the Secretary X UM Board Education of the Independent School Dis trict of Mason up until the hour 1130 July at Which time they will be publicly and All bids will bo made on the printed form attached to and mide part oi the Contract pursuant to Which tho kitchen and cafeteria equipment must be furnished and and jpeclflcfitlons may be obtained at the offices of thft Secretary of Board of Mason Iowa or from the Architects Bcrgland t Mason All bids on Uio ef cash payment the Alt fee iccaaFSSitd certified check on an Iowa bank ihada payable to tho Board of Ma son and In the amount of at least of the proposal Pro ceeds of tha check may be retained by Iho owners as liquidated damages should the successful bidder fall to execute a contract or file xn approved completion bond within ten 10 days after ac of nil bid and presentation of iB contract for By virtue of Statutory Authority a preference wUI be given to products and provisions grown or produced IB the Stateof Tho Contractor shall preference to Iowa labor in accordance with Section Code of No bidden shall withdraw their blda for at least ten 10 days after the scheduled closing timefor the receipt of The Board of Education of the Inde pendent School District of Mason reserves the right to reject any or all THE INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT OF MASON IOWA By Secretary ot the NOTICE OP APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTRIX STATE OF Cerro Oordo County Notice Is hereby that the under signed has been duly appointed and qual ified as Executrix of the estate of George late of Gordo All persons indebted to said es tate requested to make immediate payment and those having claims against the same will present duly authen to the undersigned for and file In tho office of the Clerk of the District ANNA VALEBA Executrix BREESE Attorneys Dated June Clerk District Court By VaLERA Deputy NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WBLt STATE OF Cerro Gordo County In District June To all whom It may concern You are hereby that an Instru ment of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Pearl Xreutibend dated June 1943j hav ing been this day opene3 and the 23rd day of is fixed for hearing proof same at the Court House in Mason the Dlstricl Court of said or the Clerk of ssid Court and at oclock of the da above mentioned all persons interested arc hereby notified and required to and show if any they why Instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament said de Dated Mason Juno Cleric Disfrict By VaLERA DepuJy   

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