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February 5, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 16

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^ ^^saS^Sii-^fria^eiSteS!:^^ 16 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE NEW EINSTEINIAN THEORY ENGAGES SCIENTIFIC BODY Space Is Not Round, Noted Relativity Exponent Asserts. By R. B. CLAUSEN. PASADENA, Cal.,,Feb. 5. (^PJ--A group of famous scientists--astronomers and -physicists--today was intent upon prying off the lid of a box of mystery in which they hope to find the secret of the universe. Literally that is as Dr. Albert Einstein expressed It ,in an an- anhouhcement yesterday that Swept the old Einsteinian universe into oblivion arid erected "a new cbncepi in its place. No longer does he believe In a .symmetrical, . spherical universe. Such a thing is not possible under his new unified field theory. Tho evolution of the theory was ex' plained in detail by Einstein, step by step, equation by equation which resulted in the final equation embracing one general law that cov- ,ers the phenomena of gravitation and electro-magnetism and offers , 'a clue to the mystery of tha structure ot space. Investigation Means Unknown. Then Einstein told his fellow scientists that he presented the unified field equation as a closed box. and that he knew of no methods of investigation by indirect or physical experimental means of prying 1 off :the lid to see what was within. i Dr. Walter S. Adams, director of the Carnegie institution of Washington Mt. Wilson observatory, an-, ^^.j.^j.-,^^. reo 0 Tne nounced that he and his associates meeting of the local Bov Scout hoped to have the rvivpr nff th« h^viwat, ^glg a (- jjje . _ ^ _ · ."uu FEBRUARY 5 1931 Services Are Held at Dougherty for Mrs. Eleazer Smith DOUGHERTY, Feb. 5.--Funeral services were held at the Cbldwater Baptist church for Mrs. Eleazer Smith, 78, in charge of the Rev. Mr. Foster, assisted by a former pastor the Rev. Mr. Inman. Shellsburg. Burial was in Halltown cemetery Nancy Rigglns was born March 6. 1852 and died after a long ilme.ii at her home. When she was two years old the family moved to Rockford, 111., where she resided for IS years. At the age of 18 the family came in B, covered wagon to the Riggins homestead in Franklin county. She was married to Eleazer Smith of Franklin county Dec. 7,. 1871, who survives her. To this union was born seven children. Paden, Randolph, Nettie, Lucy, Eunice and Blance are living. . She was a member of a family of 14 children and four of her brothers survive her, Sherwood df Los Angeles, Pulaski of Zion City, 111. Lewis of Minneapolis and Lorenzo, who made his home vyith her She also leaves 5 grandchildren and four great grandchildren. She united with the Coldwater Baptist church of Dougherty, Feb 19, 1900. TITONKA SCOUTS ARE ORGANIZED American Legion Sponsors Movement; Gartner Is Scoutmaster. TITONKA, Feb. 5.--The first REPORTED SEPARATED " TM ·"···« v\ *, wuiicuu. Ai LIU IV it! H1L£} tnii/I t*« A n*-m "««· J* 1 * at the Turret of the world's lare-est ^? *·? * ,F po j nt * d a local committee telescope and has bared secret! of ,,following- men: Elmer Feter- the island universes or ' distant wf,',,- £' . French . L - B - Larson nebulae, all making up the major I Wllllam Boyken and R. J. Tidman universe. Tolman a physicist has Scou "naster and scouts are to meet taken Bubble's. observations and ever y Monday evening at the Le- evolved the theory that the major I Slon roonis universe is expanding with explosive force and is running down because matter is being- converted into energy and thus being annihilated. Found Concepts Not Fitted. . These two men found that neither the original Einstein concept of the universe, nor that of De Sitter, Dutch astonomer and friend of Einstein, could fit the case. Einstein's old concept was that matter determined the amount of space in thu universe,-and De Sittet figured that PIS.'tter y^aa infinitesimal and sap be conceiyed a: Btaticor fixed universe" ? Tolmaii's calculations and Hubble s observations indicates a density, rather low, between that of the Einstein and De Sitter concept and suggested a non-static, ever expanding universe. That a solution is not far distant was the hope expressed last nijjtit by Tolman in a dinner honoring Einstein. GoldHeld Declamatory : Winners Are Selected GOLDPIELD, Feb. 5.--The .annual home declamatory contest was held Tuesday evening with 13 contestants taking part. The results of the contest were: .Oratorical, firs': Allegra Nelson; dramatic, firsti rauhne Nelson, second, lola Klinger; humorous, first, Lillian Agard second, Florence Yarwood. The first place winners will speak in the first round of the state-contest at Belmond Feb. 25. Schools to compete in this contest are Bei- mond, Goldfield, Kanawha ana Rowan. DIES ON STREET Body Found Near Automobile on Fourteenth Street Alter Collapse. ' 'Mrs: Bertha Ramirez, 222 Seventft street southwest, for many ·-· years the friend of the Negro and,foreign population of the city, was found dead in the street near her automobile in the 600 block of Fourteenth street southeast about 8:15 o'clock Wednesday evening. Mrs. Raineriz had evidently just stepped from her automobile when she collapsed, according to police who were called. The woman was taken to Park hospital by Henry Schutz, 209 Twenty-first street southwest, where physicians pronounced her dead. The body was removed to the McAuley funeral home. Death was due to apoplexy following hemorrhage in the brain, according to Dr. J. E. McDonald, county coroner, who was called to examine the body. - / Mrs. Ramirez' husband, Pete Ramirez, was murdered here about eight years ago. The murderer was never caught. Mrs. Ramirez had no Paul Whiteman, IsUig of jazz, and his wife, Vanfla Hoff, the dancer, above, have agreed to, separate, friends of the couple In New York City declare. The band leader is playing this week at Indianapolis while Mrs. Whiteraah and their six-year- old son, Paul, Jr., are in Paim ·Beach, Fla. An agreement to said to call for Mrs. IVhitenmn to receive §600 n iveek. At Mason City's THEATERS An engrossing page biit at Arneri- an history is "The Great Meadosv," Charles Brabln's striking talking picture, 'which will continue thru Friday at the Cecil. Brabin and his collaborator on the story, Edith Ellis, have made a highly convincing talking picture version of the much- discussed novel by Elizabeth Madox Roberts. They have taken rich,'' red meat put of :a' story replete witu _pioneer,-- adventure, and larded it Vvith-appropriate sploings'ol strong drama,:.-comedy and pathos. The story swirls around Dion.,- Hall, who marries Berk Jarvis on ·. - eve of that leader's departure fn-. - 'ir- ginia for Kentucky as head oi .he first band of pioneers to cross the Daniel Boone trail to Fort Harroc; Hilt Wins Fiddling Contest at Rockwell . ROCKWELL, Feb. 5-- A successful two days Farmers' institute session closed here Tuesday night with a play presented by Owen township to a capacity house. The old time fiddlers' contest was also a feature of the evening, the honors being carried off by F. T. Hilt. ,. Sioux City School Head Dies. · SIOUX CITY, Feb. 5. /P)-- M. G. Clark, 62, locaj superintendent of schools, and a nationally known educator, died today at his homo , following a heart attack children. Funeral arrangements yet been made. have not Officers Elected by Thompspn Creamery T H O M P S O N , Feb. 5.--The Thompson Cooperative · Creamnry assoclation^held its annual meeting in the town hall Tuesday. Old officers re-elected wej-e: President, C. F. Leghman; vice president, Hans Jacobs; secretary, John Field, and treasurer, N. B. Isaacs. Bureau to Discus:; Aid. HANLONTOWN, Feb. 5.--A Farm Bureau meeting will be held in the school auditorium Tuesday evening Feb. 10 at this time the question of collecting clothing and food for the needy will be consid^ ered. On your radio tonight . . . listen to Lorna Fantin, famous numerologist. She'll tell you how names and dates affect, success In business, love or marriage. A real radio thrill. IVMT nntl rnurn Columbia "nctivnrk 8:15 P. M. t'chlml Struulntd Tlrms OLD GOLD CIGARETTE. R A D I O PROGRAM in the latter-named state. Even Muir, an early disappointed suitor of Diony, becomes an important, factor in a highly dramatic Epoch Arden twist which completes the tale --°-- Love-making Is woman's basic career. Other careers are cither expressions of this capacity in u woman, or symptoms of its unhealthy repression." This Irom Ahci White, First National's dynamic blond. Miss White's latest picture "Naughty Flirt," will continue thru Friday at the Palace. It has an all- star cast including Paul Page, Rob; ert Agnew and Jlyrna Loy. In thU Vltaphone version of the fast-stepping Frederick L. Bowen comeay- drania, the heroine is said to makp Ipye much more efficiently than she types or handles a filing system. As the daughter of a very rich' man, she tries to win the favor of one oi his employes for .whom she has "fnjlen hard" by becoming his secretary. Her secretarial work isn't so bad, but it isn't half so powerful as Sier love-making. Love-making wins in the end, and the secretarial work didn't get to first base. Warner Fabian, possibly the foremost writer of modern jazz life ancl the author of "Flaming Youth," has written another of his incomparable comedy-dramas based upon the vivacity a.nd allure of present day life in the fast young society, set. .This story was written especially for use on the screen as the Universal special production, "What Men Want," which opened a two-day engagement Thursday at the Strand. An outstanding cast portrays the story, heade'd by Pauline Starke, Ben Lyon, Barbara Kent, Robert Ellis Hallam Cooley, Carmelita Geraghty; and others. Production Is on a moat lavish scale, with many beautiful settings in the country club, the elaborate apartments. ; and many beautiful sumptuous locales , of the enticing plot. Directed ''by- Ernst L:femmle, the great contrast in the lives of young people of tfje pf esen f days is forcibly dramatized-in ths conflict of two sisters for the love of the same man. All' the froth of the giddy whirl in which they move, the butterfly gaiety of their existence, is portrayed in a veritable paean of pleasure. . . : · . --o-- ' '' -. · Stirring clminu and beautiful music constitute the dual^appeal of "Captain of the Guard," the dramatic musical spectacle which will be presented for the la^t time GAMBLING SHIP LIES AT ANCHOR Financial Difficulties Lead to Closing of Gaining Tables. ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., Feb. 5. )--The luxurious gambling ship, Monte Carlo, victim of the vagaries .of. chance and the whims of the sea. lay today at anchor off Egmont Key. Financial difficulties. .which caused the closing of her' gaming- devices Monday;, were agrjmente'd by a physical disability yesterday when the Monte Carlo broke loose from her moorings in the gulf. Coast guard cutters got new anchors aboard the 300-foqt ship before the shoals were reiched. Sheriff Has Writ, Today'she lay within the riparian rights of the law so to speak, and therein was another difficulty. A writ of attachment, sworn to by a creditor of the ship, was in the hands of Sheriff Rqy Booth. The Monte Carlo opened its brief life with the new year. Speed boats conveyed guests to locations outside the three-mile limit. There were dice games, card tables, roulette wheels, hazard tables, the silvered wheel of fortune and the "bird cage" table but the majority of the gambling was done at the five, 10 and 25 cent slot machines. Admission by Card. At first admission was by card only. Then the management opened th3 ship to the public, but there was ndt sufficient play to gay thle overhead. $1,700 nightly, and provide a profitable return on, a reputed quarter of a million dollar investment. It was understood a New York syndicate owned the vessel and Ralph Reina of Tampa, was manager. Music Contest to Be Held. GOODELL, Feb. · 5.--There will be a music contest in the U. R church Friday evening between the men and women of the congregation. Thursday evening at the Iowa theater. This, all-sound picture, which co-stars Laura La Plants and John Boles, is of extraordinary quality. [ LAC Now Playing - Thru Friday B I G DOUBLE FEATURE N6 ADVANCE IN PRICES ^ Alice White r N AND EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTION THE WHITE HELL OF PITZ PALU A THRILLING ADVENTURE STORY OF THE ALPS Graham MacNamee Tells the Story SHOWS AT 1-3:30-6-8:30 CARULAEMMLE WANT PAULINE STARKE BEN LYON BARBARA KENT Hotter Than 'Flaming Youth' The Story of a Girl Who Knew and Her Baby Sister Who Found Out Want 250 Fat Girls (All Over 250 Pounds) for Reducing" STARTING SATURDAY THRU TUESDAY Those screaming "Caught Short" gals are in a new racket now! They niake fat women thin-- and thin women fat! Indulge in their special brand of treatment . . . YOU'LL ENJOY IT! ' MARIE DEESSLER POLLY M O R A N -- "Reducing" -CECIL THEATER Road Maps Will Boost Route Thru Mason City DES MOINES, E'eb. 5. \A--John Adams of the DCS Moines' Chamber .of Commerce, said 30,000 Iowa road maps \yill be distributed thru Minnesota tourists' agencies this year. He said Iowa's paved roads form a popular new route from Minnesota to Chicago, via Mason City, Charles City, Waterloo, Dubuque, thence to Chicago. Competitors Speak in \- North Central Contest CLARION. Feb. 5.--The local con- teat of the North Central Six de- IOWA A STIRRING MUSICAL. allMTA OFTUC .FRENCH · REVOLUTION '*» IA MARSEILLES B0LES LAURA IAPLANTE STARTS FRIDAY A Bombshell of Laughs Buster Keaton -- In -"Dough B oys Jt With CLIFF EDWARBS SALLY FILERS 10c POPULAB clamatory and extemporaneous con; test will be held at the high' school gym today. The 6 schools, represenc- at each town by ons contestant from each class are Clarion, Hampton, Eagle Grove, .Humboldt, Algona and Webster City. Glee Cluo Sings at Woden. CRYSTAL LAKE, Feb. 5.--The Crystal Lake boys glee club undei the direction of Siipt. J. C. Bogard. sang at the banquet Monday night at Woden in honor of the community band at that place. Pastor's Son Admits . Robbing Oil Station STORM LAKE, Feb. 5. UFI--Ar- raignment Saturday was expected in the case of Elmer H. Colwellj 19 year old Buena Vista college freshman, who confessed robbing a filling station of $25 or $30 Tuesday night. He was released on $1,000 bonds after a police court hearing. He IS the son of the Rev. A. H. Colwell of Fort Dodge. Mason City's Finest Theater "House of Personal Service" · A Famous Book Now A More Famous Picture: CECIC NOW! Ends/Friday The Most Thrilling Adventure of Them All! With John Mack BROWN See this mighty picture and get a tasto of real adventure ! Indian fights -- Romance -- Beauty --· An epio in every sense! COMING SATURDAY! your blues after their treatment. Those merry queens of hilarity add pounds of fun and laughs in this weight lifting laughter carnival! Heavyweight Laugh Champions in Take a Tip! Remember " C a u g h t Short?" What « merry laugh nit--Hero's Its "better half and twice funny! You Must Come Over! PIUCES THAT AIX MAY LAUGH STARTING SATURDAY Filled With ADVENTURE the Unexplored Plains of the West ROMANCE-COOPER Between Gary Cooper, the Hardy Pioneer, and the Little French Immigrant Girl, Lily Damita. And tho Two OH Scouts of The Covered Wagon United Agnfn CONFLICT With the Hostile Redskins Ernest Torrence and Tully Marshall COMEDY with Eugene Pallette

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