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March 23, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 5

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'F u MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE ONE at IOWA'S FINE HOTELS convenient ator tor tourist* 30O Room Dining Room Sandwlclfih'oi! J. 8 AmioN. Me*. 'olice Seek Robbers Who Broke Into Four Buildings at Clinton J CLINTON, March 23. UP)--Police \ today sought the robbers who en- .'tered four Clinton business houses 1 and a private residence Saturday j night. Two aiamend rings were stolen at the home of George Millei. Clinton manufacturer. Nothing of value was taken at the stores. Officers yesterday arrested' 1 two -nen who confessed they robbed the Clinton Pure Butter company of u small amount of cash. The pair denied participation in the other robberies. State College Alumni Hold Banquet at Algona ALGONA, March 23.--The Iowa State college alumni banquet ' was held Friday evening at the Algona hotel at 7 o'clock, followed by talks by Dr. W. Aitken from the veterinary faculty at Ames and T. N. Metcalf, athletic director of the college. A . . the G r a n d Opening of the BIRDS ALL ICE CREAM CO. At 518 North Federal Avc. Manufacturing and Retailing HOME MADE ICE CREAJ EAM 'fuesdayv March. 24 tarting at 9 o'clock Tuesday morning P. will give away FREE SAMPLES of our delicious HOME-J\JADE ICE CREAM. Everybody Welcome! Just think of the dirt and dust that settles in your rugs! How unsanitary it must be! But think, too, how it must be spoiling the beauty of your rug--cutting away the pile and deadening the colors. You bought your rugs for beauty, charm, color, life! You should have them cleaned at least once a year if you want to preserve their brightness and get full wear and value out of them. Surprising what a lot of rugs you can have made clean and respectable again--made to win comment from' your friends--for only a few dollars at P H O N E 7 8 8 O R 7 8 9 We Call and Deliver "CRAFTSMEN IN KEEPING THINGS NEW" UNCLE SAM'S TRAVELING JAIL A 6 ft. by 9 ft. Domestic Rug revived and \ refreshed for ,50 This is Uncle Sam's first convict car, to be used by federal government in transporting male nml femata prisoners in Kentucky, Tennessee, Georgia, Louisiana and Florida. Tho car is equipped to carry more than 100 convicts and but four guards arc necessary to do tho work for which 20 men were necessary heretofore. Doors nml windows are quadruple barred. Photo taken at Cincinnati. BORAH BARKS BUT WILL HE "BITE?" (Continued Frtim I'ngo 1). and agricultural distress had been able to keep their alignment together. ' Senator Borah made a speech urging .them to do so. It was magnificent. Progressives crowded around and shook his hand. Everyone said, "This means an extra session." But when the time came to»vote, Borah had no. objection to a compromise. * * * N O OTHER half dozen of legislators put together have found so much fault with so many of President Hoover's policies as Senator Borah. Yet no other half dozen of spellbinders put together did so irmch to help Mr. Hoover in his campaign for the white house in 1928, tho he was quite w e l l enough quainted with the c a n d i d a te to know very accurately in advance what his policies would be. S o m e people argue that Borah definitely d o e s not want a presi- Senutor Borah c i en t with whom he would have to agree--that harmony between himself and the administration would be unendurable to him. I am not so sure of this. The senator seems to me to agree with the administration' better than he appears to. The administration wantec a compromise on unemployment anc agricultural relief. The senator made a tremendous demonstration in full- fledged relief's favor,.but he did not prevent a compromise, as he could, unquestionably, .by standing pat for it. * * * IT GENERALLY is recognized that I Senator Borah was the most eloquent of all the speakers at the progressives' conference in Washington just before the middle of March. The progressives threaten to bolt the G. O. P. ticket in 1832 if the democrats put up a presidential candidate satisfactory to them against President Hoover, whom they disapprove of thoroly, but, who, they ad mit, is sure to be named again as ,'the republicans' standard bearer. And there are forecasters who, notwithstanding all that has hap- nened heretofore, are predicting that it last Senator Borah will bolt with 'hem. While in principle I deprecate rambling, I think anyone who can lit a few bets on, with upholders of his proposition, even offering odds ip to ten to one or thereabouts, has in opportunity to make a little easy noney. Incidentally, Senator Borah had a wo-hour luncheon engagement with , he president the day before Hoover leparted for his Caribbean trip. Hampton Class Gives Program at Bristow BRISTOW, March 23.--Two hundred enjoyed a meeting at the Church of Christ when a program vas put on by a class of 15 girls "rom the Bible school of Hampton, taught by Mrs. Carter. Mr. Carte: gave a short address and history of the church from its organization down to the present time. Many from Hampton attended the service, Retired Naval Officer Kills Himself; Feared He Was Losing Sanity SAN FRANCISCO, Marsh 23. Iff --A note in the hands o£ authorities today revealed Lieut. Comm Emory Winship, 59, retired nava; officer and San Francisco capitalist killed himself here Saturday because he feared he was losing his mind. The multi-millionaire shot himself as his estranged wife, the former Dorothy Lamar Blount of Macon, Ga., mounted the steps of the apartment to obtain her personal belongings. VIrs. McMahon, Former Resident of Dumont, Succumbs in Waterloo DUMONT, March 23.--Mrs. Honora McMahon, 78, former resident of Dumont for 45 years, died at her liome at 113 Lane street, VVaterJon. She moved from here four years ago and has been in ailing health that long. Death was due to a complication of diseases incident to old age. Her husband preceded her in death 26 years ago. Surviving are five daughters, Misses Ann and Bertu and Mrs. Ross Dalrymple. all of Waterloo; Mrs. Kate Angstman, Manchester, and Mrs. Mary Jamison, Columbus, Mont., and a sister. Mrs. Marie Booth, Rockford, 111. Mrs. Steen Johnson Buried at Ridgeway CRESCO, March 23.--Mrs. Steen Johnson, 58, of Ridgeway, died Friday at Mercy hospital, Cresco. She is survived by her husband. Funeral services wore held at the Madison Lutheran church east of Ridgeway Monday.^ Marble Rock Council Is Entertained by Firemen MARBLE ROCK, March 2*3.--The members of the Marble Rock fire company and their wives entertaineJ Mayor C. A. Wilson, members of thr town council and their wives at a dinner party Friday evening at the Gates' cafe. Iowa Woman, Married OH Company la Discussed. GREENE, March 23.--A meeting 1 was held in tho library reut room for farmers in the vicinity of Greene for explaining tho proposed Floyd county Farm Bureau Co-Op- eratlve oil service company to be built at Charles City. Louis E. McMurry, Corydon, John O'Brien. Ru'dd; R. K. Runner find F. Burham of Charles City were present. Four Times, Faces Charges of Bigamy TIPTON, March 23. (UP)--Mrs. Agatha Tuttle today faced bigamy charges preferred by her first husband, Wilbur Walton. Mrs. Tuttl! has been married four times. Walton claims that his wife never procured a divorce from him when he was incarcerated in tho Eldora ra- forrrmtory. Mrs. Tuttle, now separated from her fourth spouse, married, according to her story, Walton in 1919. Her second husband was killed in an automobile accident, she married her third in Muscatine and divorced him in Clinton, and then became wedded to Tuttle, from whom she has now separated. Torgeson School Board Head. JOICE, March 23.--S. R.' Torgeson spent the week-end home from his legislative work at Des Moines. He was elected president of the Joice school board. Creamery Well Is Drilled GARNER, March 23.--A. E. Haes has the contract for drilling the well to suppl^ water for the new creamery. Work was started last week. At a depth of 140 feet the drill was lost. Several feet of rock has been drilled. Work will start April 1 on the new creamery building. necessary Seining Crew Goes to Tuttle Lake for Carp RINGSTBD, March 23. -- The crew that has been seining Iowa lake has moved to Tuttle lake. The men will return to Iowa lake before leaving the county aa the carp will be gathering in the bays and shallow waters as the weather warms up. At Iowa lake, some hauls exceed 3,000 pounds of carp of all sizes. Some were large, but a jreat many were yearlings. The ;ame fish were all thrown back into the lake. The carp were given vway to people who came for them. t. John's Seniors at .Bancroft to Give Play BANCROFT/lrfarch 23.--The sen- ors of St. John's high school be- ·jan practicing the class play "Only Sally Ann," to be presented in about, four weeks. Rosemary Murphy and John Sheridan will play the leading roles. Bureau Will Give Chapin Program Tuesday CHAPIN, March 23.--The Chapin i'nrm Bureau will give a program n the schoolhouse Tuesday evening. The program consists of humorous ·eadinga, vocal and instrumental Tiusic, a pantomine with voice accompaniment directed by Mrs. Heike Rust and entitled "The Princo Comes," f d a one act comedy, "Not Quite Such a Goose" directed by Mrs. Frank Philpot. 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