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February 24, 1944

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 10

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x 16 Thursday, Feb. 2*. IM4 MASOW cnrr GLOBE-GAZETTE | i i 600 Who Had Been Interned in Germany Cross Spain Frontier tain, Spain, fl)--Three trainloads of more than 600 American diplomats, newsmen, Bed Cross workers and other non-combatants interned by Germany crossed the frontier into Spain Thursday enroute to Lisbon where they will be exchanged for German and Vichy nationals arriving aboard the Swedish liner Gripsholm. Among -those to be exchanged are 36 wounded United States aviators. (A Lisbon dispatch said the 3 trains are scheduled to cross the Portuguese border at Beirao Mar- vao soon after midnight Thursday night. Upon arriving at the quay- side at Alcantara near Lisbon the wounded will be taken to a specially prepared hospital. They will be put aboard the transfer ship Gnpsholrn as soon as axis repatriates are landed, in exchange. The diplomats and other citizens will be taken to hotels at Estoril. (Lisbon added that the wounded military men will be informed at the border that they must "say nothing to anyone until they reach home and deliver their official reports). _ HIGHEST PBE-WAK QUALITY VETERAN NEEDS MOTHER'S HELP-Capt. Dona d " De Camp (right), decorated 8th army «m- force veteran of SSSre? SI T' % mly P and ha(1 to take h£ "rfter along with him when he applied for a marriage license in Des Moinea to marry Betty Smith (left). . \ R. Message Lauding Red Army Prominently displayed by Russ Press Moscow, W--President Roosevelt's message to Premier-Marshal Stalin lauding "the magnificent achievements" of the red army on ts 26th anniversary, was prominently front-paged in the soviet ress Thursday. Similar greetings rom Prime Minister Churchill French General DeGaulle and Canadian Prime Minister Mackenzie King followed also in the front page play. AST IDEAL LENTEN POOD UNITED FRUIT CO. 33 East State Street fancy Winesops i.b. GRAPEFRUIT BUY WAR BONDS Monarch COFFEE, Ib Monarch DILL DRESSING,,5 BAKED BEANS ii- j M -·» «"*«r wnermnj, Mixed, Sweer Relish, 21-o». J o , Monorch PURE PRESERVES and JELLIES MONARCH CONDENSED SOUPS . - -- -- . -- -- -- *-vtjm,mr j^ Chicken and Chicken Noodle DELAYS LOOM IN LONERGAN TRIAL Defense Seeks New Evidence in Toronto New York, ttJ.fi)--Further delays in the murder trial of Wayne Lonergan, appeared -likely Thursday as associates of Defense Counsel Edward V. Broderick announced the attorney would be detained in Toronto, Ont., in his search for new evidence Michael Doyle, 1 of 2 Canadian attorneys acting as advisory counsel for Lonergan, said Broderick would remain in Toronto for "1 or 2 days." Brodericfc, whose failure to appear for the scheduled opening of the trial in general sessions court Wednesday aroused the ire of Judge John J. Freschi, was expected to confer with friends and relatives of Lonergan in Toronto Thursday. Broderick, in a telegram to ireschi, said he needed more time to investigate certain 'phases of the case in his fight to save Lon- |ergan, who is accused of beating · his pretty cafe society wife, Patricia, 22, to death with a pair of candlesticks in her Beekman Place apartment last fall, from the electric chair. Freschi^ who said he thought slituted contempt of court, indicated that he may be compelled to order further delays if the attorney does noif appear Thursday. ' "I don't know that anyone would want to undertake to go on with the case without Mr. Broderick, he said, pointing out that any substitution of Lonergan's counsel would cause longer delay t.i « ,,r r !, ceiv6d Broderick's telegram Wednesday as he was about to open the trial, and a short time later set the case over for Thursday. * * * * * * * * * BUTTER Iowa State Brand Creameries. Inc. WAYNE LONERGAN -·^Charged \\-ith Murder Radio Equipped Rescue Squads Work Toward 68 Marooned Persons !Los Angeles, «J.R) __ R a d i o - fJ?^S rescu f sqi ! ads inch «J Ti,?^!t snowJaden' mountains Thursday toward 68 persons marooned in Southern CaliCornia ranges, while coastal residents dug riu f r ?u m Under the debris a "d or u e worst storm in a decade Plight of the 6B persons was learned-late Wednesday when a lorestry agent reached Red Box camp m the Santa Anita forestry district on snowshoes. He said 48 persons were trapped at Newcomb's ranch and 20 others were snowbound at a nearby conscientious objectors camp rvone was in danger. About I out of every 100 of the blue-green molds often found in the kitchen belongs to the penicillin species from which the wonder healing drug is made Claims CIO Solidly Back of Roosevelt on Tax Bill Veto Boston, /p_ President Joseph Salerno of the Massachusetts state CIO issued a statement Thursday declaring that the CIO was solidly behind the president in his veto of the tax bill. · , " Cofi Sfess," Salerno commented, "for the past 2 years has been waging war--not against Hitler but against ;the American people! Its.antagonism to subsidies, its antics in trying to deprive the soldiers of their vote, and the tax program which adds additional burden on the poor and relieves some of the burden of the rich are all of the same pattern. "President Roowvelt has done agreatjeryice to the American people. He is showing that he is carrying the torch for democracy at, .home and that his sympathy; for the common man and worn- an. transcends purely personal political considerations. Congress would do well to figd out what We man and woman on the street are thinking about before it goes off half-cocked." LEAVE ENDS Sheffield--Clarence H. Davids aviation ordnance man 3rd class spent a 23 day leave at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harm Davids. He had been stationed in the Carib- beaji sea and reported back to Miami, Fla. LIQUIDATOR--Will t. ctay . ton (above) has resigned his commerce department job as assistant secretary to direct disposal of surplus government war properties. Thompson 0 Nei I Co. P ;,° 2 " E SERVICE GROCERS '««* FROSTED FOODS Buy Birds Eye Green Peas . . . . . . . . 27c Green Beans 21c Lima Beans 3fj c Rhubarb 22c Peaches I. 1325 N FEDERAL-Wf OUB PiOifiur. · Deliveries For Orders of SZ.OO or Over North of 2nd Sf., Tues. Fri South of 2nd Sf., Wed. Saf. NO. 3 SPARE STAMP EXPIRES SATURDAY ib. 2?c Loin End PORK ROAST, 4 Ptt SMOKED PICNICS, -«_ ZyC GROUND BEEF, 7 Pts PORK SAUSAGE, «^_ 4 P h . . . . . . . . . Ib. ZOC HORMEL'S MINNE BACON, Whole or Half, 3 Pts A Grade Beef POT ·*»._ ROAST. 8 Pts.. . Ib. 2oC i b 26c CODF^H Vnd MILLET "" "LETS | b . Wolleye Rd. PIKE SPECIALS -- FROZEN FISH Headless and Dressed LAKE SUP. .m-^ HERRING Ib. 23C ^^ J9C Ib. 29c Spiced Luncheon HERRING Ib. Barbecued · «M KIPPERS Ib. J7C Pink SALMON, %O* 12 Pts Lb. CanZoC Country CHEESE 24 Pt$.. We Now Hare in Stock a Limited Supply of ) JAMS --JELLIES -- CANNED -.RASPBERRIES BOYSENBERRftS --- NO. 10 COMBING and ROYAL ANNE CHERRIES FRESH PRUNES Northern TISSUE ' Roll 5c Birds Eye Lima 9 Ptt... PtHsbMry Flour, Sno-Sheen C « k « *'««"· F'«, *«*.59 SO-lb. Bog . . . Nice Juicy Winesap Apples 3 Ibs. Birds-Eye Fresh Peaches, «*fW \2 PH Pk 3 .Z9C Calif. Ladyfinger CorroH. .2 Bunches Sunkist f ft Oranges Ib. lUC Plainfield Pioneer First Girl to Ride on I. C. Railway to Nashua Nashua--Mrs. Louise Barr celebrated her 84th birthday anniversary at Nashua Tuesday. She came to Plainfield when she was a child and settled with her parents near there. Later when, the Illinois Central railroad company completed the building of the new road from Dubuque to Nashua she was the first girl to ride over the road to Nashua, the special courtesy being shown her because the train crew boarded with her parents and she would carry their dinner to them at noon. The first time she and her sisters accompanied their parents to Nashua, which was then most y surrounded by brush, she recalled tfiey came in a wagon drawn by oxen, but the girls in their new dresses, hoop skirts and fancy bonnets were too-proud to enter town in their-oxen limousine so they walked in through the brush GEM ACTIVE DDTT Alfona--Lt. Durwood L. Baker of Algona has been ordered to active duty by the war department, it was announced at Washington Thursday. Buy War Savings Bonds and stamps from your Globe-Gazette carrier boy. --.,,.,, largest island just off the southern coast. 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