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February 24, 1931

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

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18 MASON Cm GLOBE-GAZETTE ATTORNEYS SEEK MARRIED JURORS Mrs. Bennett Tried in Death . of Husband After Bridge ( Game Quarrel. ; KANSAS CITY, Feb. 2i. (fl)--/ jury of married men was sough by attorneys today in the murde trial of Mrs. Myrtle A. Bennett, 35 accused of shooting her husband John G. Bennett, after a bride game ^quarrel. Questioning- by James R. Page prosecuting attorney, and ex-Sen ator James A. Reed and J. Franci O'Sullivan of defense counsel ha led to the qualification of 26 men including one widower, for a venir of 47. Each staff expressed prefer ence for married men. Neither askei questions! about bridge. __ Mrs. Bennett, pale and attrac tively garbed, smiled when Pag announced the state would not seek the death penalty. - The slaying of Bennett, well-to-do district manager for a perfume com pany, occurred Sept 29, 1929. A dispute allegedly arose over Ben sett s failure to make a desired bid FEBRUARY 24 1931 BIG SHIPS PLAY WAR GAME TUESDAY IN CONGRESS · ' SENATE. Continues consideration of calen Jar bills, Banking committee continues sur vey of credit conditions. Monday Review. Approved conference report on Muscle Shoals. Regulation of investment .trusts and utilities in interstate commerc recommended to banking commil HOUSE. Considers resolution to abolish lame duck session. .7 Commerce committee deliberates measure to place railroad holding- companies under the interstate commerce commission. Immigration committee works 01 deportation bill. Monday Review. Passed Wagner unemployment bill.. Census committee continued hearings on reapportionment. Railroad Builder Weaker. PORTLAND, Oregon, Feb. 24. /P) --Samuel Hill, railroad and highway builder, critically ill here, was weaker today, his attendants said. He had a fairly good night. Little hope was held for his recovery. Six battleships of the U. S. navy's Atlantic fleet playing lollow-the-leader all over "Father Neptune's" backyard. The ships have just completed a turn into Una while steaming at a speed of 18 knofo, part of their drill In the naval maneuvers which are now in progress in southern waters.' Minister Will Serve Sentence for Bigamy LANCASTER,'Wis., Feb. 24. UP) --The Rev. Fred Edwin Osborne, former Christian church minister, who pleaded guilty to charges o bigamy last week, was sentenced ti three to four years at hard labo in the state prison at Waupun bj Circuit Judge S. E. Smaiiey today "Hawks "Premier Aviator." PARIS, Feb. 24. (jD--Frank Hawks, American speed flyer, today was named America's "premie: aviator" for 1930 by the international league of aviators. Lost Iowa Woman Found. FORT MADISON, Feb. 24. UP~ VIrs. Horace Chaddon, who hac ueen missing from her home .neat Jacrew since Friday, was found today in the Salvation Army home at Burlington. She was returned to her home by Sheriff Harry Maas. Checker Battle Rages. CLINTWOOb, Va M Feb. 24. (UP) --This mountain town is in the hroes of a checker tournament, 'ractically every man and boy here s engage^ in the contests which are f the elimination variety. It is loped the championship will be'de- ermined within a week. FREE CHECKS! Dollar Day Special 100 Chicks FREE With Every 500 Ordered on Dollar Day. 15 Chicks FREE With Every 100 Ordered. Chicks delivered when you want them. Our Chicks are from triple blood tested stock and must live two weeks or be replaced at i/£ price. ORDER NOW AND RECEIVE 600 CHICKS FOR THE PRICE OF 500. Mason City HateSiery Phone 2041 On Old Clear Lake Paving EINSTEIN LAUDS U, S, ATTITUDES Phsycist Notes Growth in American Interest in Science. By WALTER B. CLAUSEN PASADENA, Cal., Feb. 24. JP-Fascinating and valuable as has been the information in experimental physics and astronomy he has received from scientists here, the most interesting lesson Albert Einstein has learned is the great growth in American public interest in science. That was the keynote of his impressions disclosed in a round of public receptions marking the last week of his two months' visit in California. Einstein said he had learned America no longer looked upon material wealth and power as the highest good. Particularly interesting, he says, is his observation that so many Americans have placed a conslder- ible part of their fortunes and of Lheir energies at the service of scientific enterprises. And he expresses at each .function appreciation of the fact that the fostering of science by the American people does not stop at the national boundaries. He was the guest of honor of Pasadena at a luncheon today and i banquet ofthe Los Angeles chamber of commerce. A research conference with Dr. Sinclair Smith, astrophysicist of the Caraegie insti- :ute of Washington Mt. Wilson laboratory, as the lecturer, wag also arranged. The subject at the conference was the relation between the width of spectral lines and length of wave trains dealing with experimental lata in which-Einstein is interested n his effort to reconcile classical mechanics and the Quantum theory. Importation of Bibles and Religious Books Forbidden by Soviet BERLIN, Feb. 24, (m--Telegra- phic union dispatches :from Moscow :oday said the soviet government lad forbidden importation of Bibles and religious works in all languages under penalty of seizure and destruction. The object, it was said, was to defeat the work of the British Bible society and similar organizations in Russia. DOLLAR DAY Thursday,' Feb. 20 Bare aliu for Everybody VALUES 1 LOT CHILDREN'S OXFORDS and SLIPPERS Special Dollar; Day. Pat- (j» 1 ent leathers and others, pr. * *· 1 I.ot Play Oxfords and Sandals A -| 2 pair.. P 1 Boys' Extra Heavy TENNIS SHOES $1 Pair Women's Novelty SLD7PERS New spring styles. Many styles to select from. $2-95 ,Baby Soft Sole Shoes 25c Boys' and Girls* Play Oxfords 98c Boys' Dress Oxfords §1.98 Girls' Fancy Dress Oxfords $1.69 Girls' Sport Oxfords §1.98 Boys' and Girls' Oxfords $1.48 Ladles' Dress Rubbers.. .5'Jc Men's Work Shoes $1.69 Women's Novelty SHOES Satins, Velvets, Suedes, all go at $1.98 Robinson's Shoe Market 312 S. Fed. Ave. S Doors South Strand Theater Pleads Not Guilty Despite Confession to Slaying Grocer DES MOINES, Feb. 24. UP-- Chet Ives today pleaded not guilty to a charge of murder growing out of the slaying of George Cordaro, grocer, during an attempted holdup. He confessed the slaying. Indictments charging Ives with first degree murder and with robbery with aggravation were returned by the county grand jury today. Ives will be tried during the term of court opening March 9. Hearing on Nomination of Nordbye for Judge N in Minnesota Planned i WASHINGTON, Feb. 24. (K-- A hearing on the nomination of Guu- nar H. Nordbye to be federal judge in Minnesota will be held by a senate judiciary sub-committee Thursday. Chairman Elaine, of the sub-committee considering the nomination, said it probably will be open. Nordbye was nominated by President Hoover in place of Ernest Michel, recommended by Senator Schall, republican, Minnesota. Old Wedding Ring Recovered. MARSHFIELD, Ore., Feb. 24. (UP)--A wedding ring lost in the waters of Coos Bay near Empire 40 years ago by the mother of Mrs. Johansen of Harshfield, was recently found by E. A. McNair, boom tender. Jockey's "Mother" Dead. ST. LOUIS, Mo., Feb. 24. (UP)-Eighty-four-year-old Mrs. Sophia Wraussman, known to hundreds ·*· jockeys and horsemen as "Mother died here 'recently. For years she kept a boarding house near the fairgrounds race track. Dancers- Make Parson Quit. NORWALK, Conn., Feb. 24. (UP) --Because there were dancing girls in the cast of a musical comedy presented by the East Avenue Methodist church, the Rev. L. A. Griggs. pastor, withdrew from the cast the day before the scheduled performance. An understudy read his lines. ' Woman Kills Fox. BLAND, Va., Feb. 24. (UP)-Mrs. Martha Ashworth went to feed her chickens. As she entered the pen an animal leaped thru the fence. She struck it on the head and killed it. It turned out to be a grey fox which was being pursued by hunters and dogs. They were made a, present of the animal. Lip Reading Course Planned. NEW HAVEN, Conn., Feb. 24. (UP)--Education in Up reading will jecome a part of the regular grammar school curriculum for 366.child- discovered to have defective icaring. The children arc not suf- iciently affected to attend a special chool. The Brilliant white glare is protected against scientifically with, oui- special lenses. -HASOH CHECKER MEET HEARING CLOSE Fort Dodge Man First Round Leader in Iowa Tourney at Esthervffle. ESTHERVILLJE, Feb. 24.' UP)-George S. Jennings, Fort Dodge, today had compiled 30 points !n the state checker tournament to lead a score of rivals at the end of the first round. · _ ; Playing in group 1, Jennings had a two point lead over M. C. Bascom, Okoboji. John Samuelson, De'a Moines, was third with 27, E. L. Goss, Waterloo, fourth with 26, and A. R. Gilbert, Iowa Falls, and Charles IX Bixby, Esthervllle, tied with 19 each. . They were paired for the semifinals of the'group today. , In group 2, D. Graettinger of Graettinger was leading with 25 points. Victor Davis, Fort Dodge, bad 23; Will Cook, Ocheyedan, 22; U. W. Bittle, Iowa Falls, 22; Luther Sammons, Ottumwa,. 22, and Eddie Robinson, Des Moines, 21. They also were paired for group semi-finals today. The winner of each group was to compete in the final match of the tourney tonight. Death Follows Abdominal Fains. BUSSEY, Feb. 24. UP--An inquest was scheduled for today into the death of Esther Fitch, 22, A'del, who died suddenly yesterday after suffering abdominal pain's. Miss Fitch was a teacher at Allerton and was visiting friends here. Builds Sturdy Heal FLOUR Sunnyfield 49fo-'liS$l Carnation or Pet EVAP. MILK 12 for $1 CORN, PEAS TOMATOES llfor$l CQFFEE 8 °' clock 5 »»· POTATOES EGGS One Bushel One Dozen $1 $1 AT OUR MEAT MARKETS PURE LARD bulk 12 lbs.$l Specials For Thursday, Feb. 26, Only AP FOOD STORES The Great Atlantic Pacific Tea Co. DIVISION THOMPSON DEAN CO. PHONE 217 SERVICE GROCERS PHONE 219 FLOUR GOLD MEDAL--KITCHEN-TESTED 49 Pounds 24 Vi Pounds $1.33 ,.68c Old Dutch Cleanser, 2 for Bulk Crisco, pound Bulk Powdered Sugar, 3 pounds Bulk Cocoanul, 1 pound Gold Dust, large Pancake Flour, Jack Sprat Mustard Sardines, large 2 cans for COFFEE BATAVIA, HILLS, FOLGER'S UPTON'S, BTITTKRNTJT, NASH NUT MEATS Fancy Fresh Mancharian lb. 58c VISIT OUR MEAT DEPT. QUALITY BEEF VEAL -- LAMB CHICKENS Mrs. Rogers* Home-Made Pastry Mrs. Walters' Home-Made Bread FARMERS We Want Your EGGS France and Britain Agree Tentatively on Maritime Policy PARIS, Feb. 24. £--Foreign Minister Aristide . Briand and Charles Dumont, .minister of the navy, announced today that France and Great Britain had reached a naval accord in principle,, conditional upon., ratification and participation by Italy. They added that the agreement would be held secret until its approval by Italy. Another of'the farm crops mortgaged in advance is the one the stork brings.--Kesslnger's Review. Wednesday Special Su * ar lOclb. PORK HOCKS Fresh, Large and Lean MUTTON m 7y 2 clb. FRESH PORK HEARTS 3clb. BEEF Choice Boiling Ribs 7clb. FRESH FISH Halibut, Haddock, Salmon, PIKc, Pickerel, Herring Phone 693 105 So. Fed. Pork Steak LL T 12 Cottage Cheese, lb. 7c Beef Choice Roast Cut - Lb - lOc Pickerel Headless Dressed, I_u. SPECIALS FOR WED. AND THURS. PEAS . . CORN 12N0 2 tins TJIP A ATC! Red or Kidney, 13-tW4.1\a V. Camp's, 12 tins f~/-\T;i-pT7''fi' Butternut, \^\jr -T rxlli tge. 3 p 0un d tin . COFFEE SALMON PRUNES KETCHUP TOMATOES CRACKERS KAFFEE HAG TOILET SOAP Red Bag, P. W. special 5 pounds Happyvnle Pink, II Tall tins Santa Clara, nice and meaty, 25 lb. box V. Camp's, 6 Ige. bottles Cool Spring brand 12 No. 2 tins TCrlspy or Graham, Sunshine 4-2 lb. caddys Lots you sleep. 2 one pound tins Palmollve 15 lge. bars BAKED BEANS Campbell's or V. C., 14 Med. tins P. G., 32 bars and one lOc pkg. Oxydol OXYDOL or CHIPSO^ JELLO or FRUIT JELL Ass't. flavors, 15 pkgs $l $1 .$1 $1 $1 $1 $1 .$1 $1 n ?i $1 $1 $1 §i $1 COFFEE .SPECIALS .38c COOKIES Fancy Cut Green or Wax Beans, 2 No. 2 tins 25c Franco American Spaghetti, 2 tall tins IDc A. H. Sal Soda, 2. Ige. pkgs I5c Karo Syrup, 5 pound blue pal! Sic Super Suds, 3 Ige. pkgs 25c Chocolate Covered Cherries, fresh stock, box 25c Windmill Mayonnaise, full pt. jars 23c Sunshine Hydrox, none better, full pound .... Great Northern Navy Beans, 2 pounds 13c Fancy Blue Rose Rice, 2 pounds He Cocounut, fresh bulk, pound 23c Brown or Powdered Sugar, 3 pounds 21c Apricots, fresh, fancy bulk, pound iflo Peaches, fresh stock, 'pound ig c Fresh Bulk Dates, 2 pounds ZS 0 3 Tall or 6 Small tins Grape Fruit, ex. large Floridos, 6 for ...2oc Head Lettuce, Ige. solid heads, 2 for ilflc Tangerines, med. size, Z doz ,Z5v. Sunkist Oranges, Ige. size, dozen Soc Celery, Ige. well bleached stalks, 2 for 25c App!e.s, Jonathan or Ben Davis, 4 pounds 25c Dellcia Kuting Apples, Ige. sire, each So Golden Bantam or C. G., 2 tge. No. 2 tins CARNATION MILK 23c

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