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' 20 Thursday, March 9, 1944 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE :Dr. Schultz, Famed Pediatrician, Native :of Greene, Is Dead Chicago, (fp)-- Dr. Frederic Wil- 3iam Schultz, 63, internationally Jcnown pediatrician w h o had "served in the pediatric department of the University of Chicago since 1930, died Wednesday. Dr. Schultz, who was a native of Greene, Iowa, had planned to start a tour Friday which would have taken him to Mexico City for the inauguration on March 26, of the Mexican New Children's hospital and to Paraguay. REPORTS OTTER DEN Des Monies, (/P--State Conservation Officer George Kaufman has reported an otter den in Alla- niakce county. The rare aquatic animal was considered extinct in Iowa in about 1880. Kaufman said he had seen the animals several times and followed their tracks for miles this winter. Buy War Savings Bonds and Stamps from your Globe-Gazette carrier boy. NEW Â·HX PUPPING MIX So e a s y to m a k e -- So delicious Any pudding you wane in less than 5 minutes. Just add milk and your '' choice of flavor. Tasty-economical--wholesome, for ic contains dextrose, a good source of food energy. GÂ«* Fluf-T*x Pudding Mix at your grocer's and onjoy H today. U. S. SAILOR MEETS QUEEN ELIZABETH--On her tour of a Red Cross dub in London, Queen Elizabeth stops to talk to Yeoman 2/c Leighton S. Tomer of New York. In center is Mrs. Randolph Churchill, daughter-in-law of the prime minister. This is an official United States signal corps photograph. ' More War Housing Units Planned at Cedar Rapids, Clinton \Yushiuglon, (IPt--The national housing agency contemplates 175 additional war housing units at Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and 25 more at Clinton, Iowa, before June 30 this year, a report made public by the house appropriations committee showed Thursday. One hundred of the units at Cedar Rapids would be stopgap accommodations, largely trailers, and the other 75 would be conversions. The 25 at Clinton would be conversions. The report stated that a reduction will be made in the housing program at Burlington, Iowa, because the "employment figures for HIGHEST PRE-WAR QUALITY C|Â£SCENT NOOKMS TENDER IN 5 MINUTES" AN IDEAL LENTEN P3OD Lhe ordnance plant . . . were being overstated." . Ordered removed to other localities where the need has not been met are 150 family units of demountable housing. There still will remain 134 vacant demount- able units "which are to be held temporarily on a stand-by status, with further terminations and removals scheduled in the very near future, if no need develops." "Recipes" for Portraits Berkeley, Cal., U.R--Mrs. Mary Cox-Walsh, art center instructor, says "recipes" can be given for drawing portraits as well as for cooking. She uses the "recipe" system in her instruction. Woman Who Posed as Man for 7 Years Is Given 90 Day Sentence Minneapolis. U.R -- Marcella Majerus, 23, who had been married to another girl and who had courted others in her 7 years of posing as a man, was sentenced Thursday by Municipal Judge John A. Weeks to a 90 day term in the workhouse. The girl, who said she doubted her ability to "assume the role of a girl again," was held at General hospital for observation. / RATION CALENDAR BROWN- | Brown Slumps Y i Â·/., i RED I Book :\. e.xpirc Marcli STAMPS: I -M. Red Stamps A*. BK. CH, Book 4, non- valid. I C.retn Stamps K-L-Jf. Book ^. expire March 211. Blue Stamps AS. BÂ». CK. DS. and EÂ«. Book I. now valid. SUGAR: | Slamps Xos. -Â« A VI, Sood for ."Â» Ibs. ( Stamps Book I. eacb. lil=llIi:ilIIPIFliiE FOR EVERY MILK NEED! ^/if p ' us Required Â·rlrV Ration Points KEEPS-Buy a Supply- 1 'Not connected v*ilh any company using ilmilar name or brand. N? POINT VALUES REDUCED Trade out your ration stamps at A P where selections arc large and money goes farther. Remember. Lard, Dried Fruils and Bacon Squares arc no lonser rationed and Canned Asparagus. Corn, Tomatoes, Peas, and Canned Meats are reduced in point value. Don't delay--come fo your A F today and see them, whefe there are over 2,000 low prices every day. THESE ARE NO LONGER RATIONED Sunnyfield Quality PURE LARD c\; b 67c Thompson's Seedless RAISINS J*j2c A. fir P. Santa Clara, Large Size FANCY PRUNES JÂ£l7e Wheat Flakes SC lono Enriched Flour Ann Paje Salad R e l i a b l e Clreeu Dressing . . . Â· 22e Cut Beans. . ^ 17c Mathrr's Choice slfceil Kullou Soy Beans. . '","' I6c Mushrooms \TM 4Ie Decker's I-lekkil Ann Ps-e Orange Pig's Feet . . "Â£ 22c Marmalade. Â£ 18c NEW AND RECENT POINT REDUCTIONS America's Largest Selling Coffee 3-lb. Bag 8 O'clock 59c Mfci Wisconsin Alaska (: ; ,,,.. ,, , JUNE PEAS 20-oz. Can lie Thank You Cul (,; pK r;1 ASPARAGUS 141/z oz. Can 22c .Sultana extra S t a n d a r d r . ,,(,. ,., , TOMATOES 19-oz. Can I2c A i P U'h. Kernel Colrt. (Â» pts. ,Â·Â» Armour's St.ir Â· a pi. e.i. Corn ";,",'Â· 14c Ported Meat 1" lOc Ion a IVh. C'rcaTii S t y l e X pts. ra. Armour's S:ar V i e n n a I pi. c;i.) Corn ""','- 1 Ic Sausage . . . -,, 13c lainctiron Meat ( t pts. ra.l A n n fait* Hn^lon f i l l pts. ca.) Treet ^" 36c Beans "cV" l i e Armour'^ Star Hot U pt. ra.l Sullana Red K i i l n r y Ml pts. ra. Tarnales . . ."'rin' 16c Beans '}*" 9c BUY A. P. FINE QUALITY GUARANTEED MEATS Grade "A" Sugar Cured (3 pts. Ib.) (1 pt. Ib.) (3 pts. Ib.) Smoked Ham Ham,Â°ib. 32c portion, ib. 32c po^an, ib. 33c Shoulder Cut (7 p u, ib. Center Cut 1'ork f l i pt*;. tb.) Yninij; Tender Park f* pts Ih Beef Steak, Ib. 25c Chops Ib. 32c Liver Ib. 16c Arm or Shoulder r, pK. I b . ) Smoked Tendered ( I pt. Ib.l Sucur-Cnred Hacon (not n l i o n e c l ) Beef Roast, Ib. 25c Picnics . . . Ib. 29c Squares . . . Ib. 19c Faner Arm or Chuck (t pis. Ib.) Snrar-furrd .Slab (I pi. ib.) Morrrll's Kn.l Slicul (iml rationed) Veal Roast, Ib. 25c Bacon Ib. 27c Bacon. . 2 Ibs. 25c We iviH claill? Hone out or Fillet anv Fish at no Hxtra Cost. Whiting. . Ib. 19c Solid Packed S t a n d a r d Oysters. . pt. 73c POINT-FREE FRESH FRUITS and VEGETABLES Florida Fresh Greon New CABBAGE"' B+ -Zffr I BAKED }**TJ2SÂ£~ GOODS Jane Parker 100% Sugared DONUTS 5Â°Â« n i jif, Carton AQV Nebraska U. S. No. 2 Triumph I POTATOES, 2, bs 9c I Calif. Â·_Â·Â·;Â« Navrl Jane Parker Hoi t'roix Buns rc ,5 I9c livable Fudjce lluj-e Layer Cake. ';: 58c WE CASH PAYROLL CHECKS C+. . .Mesh Bag J^V I Oranges . ,,.Â«. 38c Carrots '.""! M,,,C,,. 6c Texas Marsh Sc^t1[e^s S I K C Â»Â» rtoriri.i S i z e " Taical | Gr'fruit ,V r 49c Celery . . . ,,. lh 19c Vitamin C4- I ^^ ~ ~ Â· . -~ Â·Â» ^ T,oni^iaii.i Porlo Riran Swcrl Oranges . . Â»,,,. 34c Yams . . . ,^ 27c Vltamii,, II- c; Â·; Vilami,i A :..:. r,.\. ;.:. I Sire Â« Calif, llrad |A|,a J a n e y Deliri^n. Lettuce . h?rt 8c Apples . ,L 23c A*I SIPER MARKETS Conserve and Save PAPER FOR VICTORY Don't Hum Nc\vsp.iprr,s. rusatcd Cartons, ^lapazincs nr Paper--Seil it! OCCIDENT Enriched F A M I L Y F L O U R 1AKES iETTER BREAD 50-LB. BAG JUDGE REJECTS 7 MOTIONS Chaplin, Friends Seek to Quash Charges Hollywood. (U.R--Federal Judqe .T. F. T. O'Connor Thursday rejected 7 motions in a row to quash charges against Charlie Chaplin and G alleged co-conspirators to deprive Joan Berry of her civil rights by forcing her to leave Beverly Hills. While Chaplin, 2 of his cronies, and. 4 officials of Beverly Hills sat glumly in the modernistic courtroom, their lawyers lined up before the bench and one after another demanded that the indictments be thrown out of court because there were no women on the federal grand jury that returned them. Seven times Judge O'Connor snapped: "Denied." Jerry Gieslcr and his fellow lawyers immediately prepared to file demurrers in the case. The lawyers contend that the sending of Miss Berry out of California instead of "keeping her in Beverly Hills' model jail as a vagrant was purely a matter of local law enforcement. The ffovcrnment contends that \vhcn Police Capt. W. W. White put her on a train with a ticket bought by Chaplin, her "rights, immunities and privileges" were violated. All the defendants were in court except Police Judge Charles .1. Griffin, who sentenced the red- haired Miss Berry to jail and Interchanged his mind. His lawyer filed a plea. The other alleged conspirators, aside from Chaplin, included: Tim Duninl. the movie producer who never produced a picture, but who did introduce Miss Berry to Chaplin: Robert Arclcn. the refugee radio commentator from Austria, who allegedly delivered the railroad ticket; Captain White, who put Miss Berry on the train; Police Lieut. Claude Marples who booked her as a vagrant, and Police Matron Jessie Billie Reno, who guarded her briefly in jail. The lawyers startled the judge --and their clients--by announcing they expected to take at least 5 days to argue their demurrers. I Â«IGÂ»T TO Lmrr QUANTITIES^ California Antelope San Francisco, (U.fi)--The annual survey of the state division of fish and game shows a total of (5,1-17 antelope in the four northern California counties of Lassen, Shasta. Siskiyou and Modoc. m *X7' tidy house PaintedSurFaceCleaner \ Al yoir trattrf. 4nj.er itperlmt+1 tier* Tidy ll(,u r on Iht Air KC.I.O K v r r v TnrMl.iv. TT.ur; Â·lA. S a t u r d a y :I:-H a m HOT GROSS BUNS of 12 Birrrv CROCKER SOUP MIX JBNXV SOUP M!X SAI.KR.VO SOIIA CKACKEKS SALTINES ;.,;Â·' 16c SAI.KItXO CRACKERS GRAHAMS OR QUAKER OATS . ? Â· 2 2 c f.-":- 29c ?Â£Â· EGG NOODLES JENNY LEE CHOICE PREFERRED CENTER CUT PORK CHOPS, Ib. DECKER'S IOWANA BACON . Sliced Lb. Cello Pkg. M A C A R O N I OR '-* SPAGHETTI COME AGAIN PEANUT BUTTER COME AGAIN U. S. Good BEEF ROAST Ib. I . 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I F O R M \ CARROTS ,,'-;;=, 9 C Good Quality Yellow ONIONS. 3 Ibs S W A N SOAP 8 WAYS BETTER 3 Large Cakes 22c MINN. RUSSET POTATOES Mesh Bag S U P E R SUDS SOAP POWDER Giant 49-01. Pkq CALAVO PEARS 2 25 DELICIOUS for SALADS 30 Six* ^NATIONAL F O O D S T O R E S - Â· '