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Tuesday, April 7, 1931
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APRIL 7 1931 IOWA DEMOCRATS ATTEND MEETING Shouse Misses First Plan to Des Moines but Says He Will Be There. DES MOINES, April 1. fff)- fowa democratic leaders gathere here today to attend the. forma opening of the 1932 democratic cam paign by Jouett Shouse, chairman Pf the national executive commit Shouse was due to arrive in DC Moines by plane at 11 a. m. bu tnissed his plane at Chicago He in formed R. p. Mitchell, Iowa demo erotic chairman, that he was con turning his trip by plane and woul irnve here shortly after 6 p. m More than 300 reservations hao, Deen made by democratic leaders who desire to attend tonight's din n l r ^ which Shouse and Dan Steck Df Ottumwa, former United States B ? n * tor . from Iowa, will speak. Mit- .chell will preside at the meeting · Other prominent democrats attending include Mrs. Flora Etter Bigourney, national committeewoman from Iowa, and Clyde Herring DBS Homes, former national com- tnitteeman. ' From here Shouse will go to the west coast to address democratic meetings in San Francisco, Lo S Angeles, Portland and Seattle. ·,,,,,,;---' Hurt In Accident. WESLEY, April \ 7,-Herman Larlson is carrying his arm in a L" g u a J a result of an-accident in which he sprained the ligaments and cords m his hand while helping Joad up hogs for the market. His hand was caught between a post and the fence. every acht and pain. Be'H-Oaa Accept No Substitutes Vice Squad Patrolman Who 'Framed' Women to Serve in Sing Sing . N E W YORK, April 7. UP)--SI° ney D. Tait, first vice squad patrolman : convicted since an appellate division inquiry revealed that women were "framed" on vice charges today was sentenced to serve from two and a half to five years' in Sing Sing- prison. Judge Morris Moenig denounced police systems of using- stool pigeons" in the vice cases Tait was convicted of perjury by a jury which urged leniency. Fred Burke Waives Preliminary Exam on Slaying Charge ST. JOSEPH, April 7. OP)--F?od iiurke, notorious gunman who is held in the Berrien county jail on a charge of :slaying Patrolman Charles Skelly of St. Joseph in 1829 announced thru his attorney todav that he would waive preliminary examination on the charge. Burke's examination was set for tomorrow As a result of 'his waiver he will await arraignment in circuit court A P»1 20 before Judge Charles E White. MASONCITY GLOBE-GAZETTE OPPONENTS IN CHICAGO RACE Wisconsin U Communist, Sentenced for Part in Haymarket Riot, Freed MADISON, Wis., April 7 (fpt-- Carroll Blair, 22, Red Granite, Wh7 ormer Zona Gale scholar- in the University of Wisconsin experiment al college, 'serving a one veor tprm n the Milwaukee house of corrTM ""ITM 01 "!?'? p art ln the Communist ymarket riot in Milwaukee lost ing, received a commutation of entence from Gov. Phillip p. La _ Follette today. He was ordered re- eased immediately Governor LaJTollette held the pun- shment given Blair, who was sen- pnced on May 22, 1930, was exces- ive and contended that imposition f so heavy a sentence on a communist "is exactly what he (Blair) nd his misguided followers want." 21 Killed Over Easter PARIS, April 7.. UP)--Twenty-one ersons were killed and 81 injured n automobile accidents in France ver the Easter holidays. county elections by lar^? m5SMte. C el mM, ^ho has won At Every Point of the Compass Cnticiira Preparations Await Your Approval THE Soap, pure and fragrant, used daUi- cleanses amf purifies, life Ointment.' °" i*e . ptl , c °^ healing, removes pimpleaor i r° Talcum, pure and smooth. il niter balhmg and shaving The now Cutic ura Shnvini* ^rcam gires a rich, creamy lather that remains moist throughout tho ehave Trj the new Cntletm Shs-rin, TUBS., WED, AND THURSDAY SELLING Florida Gold Grapefruit ( W A ' W n V *-\VT A f -trrr-T 3 Small Tins FANCV QUALITY 2 No. 2 Tins FORMER IOWAN GOES ON TRIAL A r t h u r Benshoff Charged With Setting Wife's Clothes Afire. DOUGLAS, Wyo., April 7. UP)-Arthur Benshoff, Torrington Wyo plumber, formerly of Elliott Iowa' .went on trial here today for mur- «er in connection with the death of his wife last New Year's day Benshoff is alleged to have tossed a lighted match at his wife after throwing gasoline on her clothing burning her to death. He maintained his wife accident: ally set fire to herself after spilling the gasoline. The case was brot here on a change of venue. Nebraska House Passes , Knute Rockne Memorial - LINCOLN, April 7. UP)--A memorial resolution extolling the life and achievements of Knute Rockne Notre Dame football leader who was killed in an airplane crash, was passed unanimously by the Nebraska house of representatives today. TheWoman'sTonic DrPJERCE'S favorite Prescription AT ALL DHUGSTOaeS SOCIETY NEWS W. C. T. U. MEBIBEIIS TO MEET AT Y. W. C. A At the meeting of the W. C. T TJ Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the Y. w. C. A., the Rev. Ida Helgen will lead devotions and talk on her mission work in Mason Citv Mrs. Mable Blaise-will discuss the work of the Social Welfare leatriie and Adjt. John H. Bittorf of the laT vation Army will speak on "Conditions Before and After Prohibition." ROYAL NEIGHBORS TO HAVE CONVENTION Plans are being made for a district convention of the Royal Neich- ors to be held April 23 at the I O O. P. hall. There will be delegates from Charles City, Clear Lake Plymouth, Dougherty, Rockford, Rock Falls, Floyd, Marble Rock, Mc- MK. AND MRS. GKEGERSON CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY 1 Mr. and Mrs. William Gregerson were honored on the occasion of their tenth wedding anniversary at an affair at the home of Mr. and Hrs. L. A. Lysne, 31 Kentucky avenue southeast. The guests included Mr. and Mrs. F. Williams, Mrs. A. WC. Feist, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. At- finson, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. White, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Travers, Mr' and Mrs. Lyle Topliff and Mr. and ars. R. L. Miller. Bridge was Jlayed with Mr; and Mrs. Topliff winning high score prize. A - gift was presented to the honoree- =lainbow colors were carried out i :he decorations and Mrs. Toplii and Mrs. Travers were agsistin lostesses. ^Clear Lake Globe-Gazette^ HF.T.FIV nuMOTinrmrc! ·---. ·n««« r «.^r «· ».-^ 13 Circulation and Advertising 0, W, HOLLATZ WHirplERTO CLEAR' LAKE BRIEFS RITES ARE HELD Ventura Farmer, 38, Buried in St. John's Rural Cemetery. irin"rn --mvij, April'7.--Abou 100 Clear Lake persons attended the funeral of Otto W. Hollatz, 38 Ven tura, at St. John's Lutheran church Sunday afternoon. Burial was mad atjj the parish cemetery near there The Rev. Mr. Wolfram conducted ihe services. Mr. HollaU is the son of Mr. and Mrs. August Hollatz, Ventura. He suffered only a few days from infection in his hand before his death Thursday.morning at a Mason City hospital. Besides his wife he is survived by three children, Clayton Doris and Ethel, all at home; a sister, Mrs. Anton Clark; three brothers, Charles, Henry and Edmond, al near Ventura. The family lived on- a farm northwest of Ventura. "ouple at New York Honored at Gathering CLEAR LAKE, April 7.--Mr. and Vtrs. Ernest Grout, Watkina Glen, ST. Y., were honored Saturday night at a gathering at the home of Mrs. -rout's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ar- .hur Teed. The occasion was the first wedding- anniversary of the couple now visiting in Clear Lake. A group of neighbors and relatives attended the affair. Wa-Tan-Yes Guests at Overton Home CLEAR LAKE, April 7.--About 6 members of the Wa-Tan-Ye club vere guests Monday night at the ome of Mrs. Lillian Overton. A dinner was served at 7 o'clock after vhich a business meeting was held. n he program committee for the con- ention was appointed by the presi- ent. It is Mrs. Robert Williams, B Linda Herriman, Miss Geneieve Hansen and Mrs. Jane Grifith. It was decided to have the head- uarters of the convention at the Lake shore hotel wfth .the banquet t the Clear Lake Country club. The remainder of the evening ·as spent in making table decora- ions. Magic Washer R«° « rCCD "/ WU ' V B a "« : 2 W « . 2 t f n « . . 8 S c Orange Brand Sugar Peas; 2 No. 2 tins.... ]i) c Elnora Sugar Corn; 3 No. 2 tins . . . . ....... 25e Van Camp's Kraut; 4 medium tins . ' " . " 0 - ° Von Camp's Pumpkin; 3 tins ..... ....... og£ Cool Spring Tomatoes; S No. 2 tins " ..... 3S~ Van Camp's or Campbell's Baked Beans; 2 tins' "iSc ^ «i.':::g s ^ 6 Coffee Soap; 4 Jargre .bars hnper Suds or Palmolivc Beads; 3 i 9c Windmill Salad Dressing; 1000 is. or Spd., ' Van Camp's Milk 105 SOUTH. FEDERAL INC. PHONE G93 iPorkSteak Lean, Lb. . SPARE Bleaty RIBS ib H e 11 SATJER Bull: KRAUT ib. j Nut Oleo ............. Luna Laundry Soap 10 Large Bars A P. G. PKODUCT Van Camp's Ketchup Beans: 14 ° z "°"ie s , 25c « R s : P Fancy Blue Rose Rice; 2 pounds Cocoanut; Frcah Bulk, pound . Red Bag c; pound. . ......... 20c pound 15e d; large stalks ........ j- New Texas Cal,bag« ; pound. ..." .............. £ Cauliflower; large heads; each ................ ·% Sunktst; dozen ! '. '. [ i '. .......... ; Resigns as Manager. WESLEY, April 7.--Charles Murphy resigned as manager of the Swift produce station here and John Lloyd has been named as his successor. . If it comes a little watery, no one will blame you if you cry over spilt milk.--La Croese Tribune. For Kent--Apt. I'h. 577. Mr. and Sirs. Frank Younjr have ·eturned to their home on the south lake shore after spending- the winter in Tampa, Fla.' · Campground store now open for business. Groceries, milk and cream baked goods. Mrs. C. P. Christensen, proprietor. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hansen have moved into the W. A. Taylor cottage on South Second street Frank Marquard, painting, paperhanging, decoration. Phone 389-J Mr. and Mrs. W. ; H. Bailey left Monday for Minneapolis where they purchased the spring goods for the variety store. Chicken and Tenderloin Sand- home made Pies. Coffee, wiches. Shop. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hunt and Mr and Mrs. James Duling spent the week-end in Des Moines visitinc' friends and relatives. Repair any make automobile. All work guaranteed. DeWilde and Bistline, at DeBruyn Super Service. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Cash spent Easter with Mr. and Mrs. Walter -ash and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Iheney. Ph F 577 Rent -- A P*' Frcd Rogers, Mrs. W. B. Milne and daughter, Biliie, drove to Grinnell Monday George Milne and Jean Matthews students of Grinnell college who spent 10 days with their parents in -lear Lake, accompanied them. ttrs. Milne and daughter will return Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Turk have moved into an apartment at the R. B. Moore home, North Second street. Stanley \VJck, son of Mrs. Ivor Hodnefield, will participate in the district music contest at'Esther- 'ille Thursday. The youth won first n the tenor solo in the competi- lon at- Mason City. He is scheduled or the contest at 1:30 o'clock in the afternoon. The Misses Feme nnd Gcnevieve lansen left Monday morning for a hort vacation. They will visit at 2cdar Rapids and other Iowa cities vith friends. Mrs. C. F. Crane Is expected to rrive home Saturday from her vinter.'s sojourn in Glendale, Cal he left Los Angeles Monday but 'ill stop with friends e'nroute. E. B. Stillman made a business rip to Dss Moines today. OPEN IN APRIL W. H. Hill Books Craven's Orchestra for Opening on April 25. CLEAR LAKE, April 7--Announcement has been made bv the manager of the White Pier dance pavilion of the opening of the hall for dance Saturday night, April 25. they will continue on a weekly schedule thru the month of Mav each Saturday night. Craven's Golden Gate orchestra will furnish music for the opening Wesley H. Hill, who has managed the dance hall for the past-number of years has been chosen by the Clear Lake Amusement company for the head again this season. No plans have been made for re-decorating the pavilion. ' Country Club Members to Have Bridge Fete CLEAR LAKE, April 7.--The members of the Clear Lake Country club plan to hold the next evening bridge party at the club Friday. A large number have made reservations for dinners preceding the party. Those in charge of the party include Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Palmeter, Mi-, and Mrs. R. R.. Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Hjellefald, Forest City. Reservations have also been made for parties at the clubhouse Thursday. Mrs. Sam Metz Is hostess to a group at noon for luncheon and cards. In the evening the Owl's club will sponsor their formal dinner dance at the clubhouse. Don neglect a COLD .·DISTRESSING cold in chesc or ·*-* throat--that so often leads to something senous-generally responds to Rood old Musterole with the first application. Should lie more effective if u " d , 9" ce every hour JOTfive hours. 1 his famous blend of oil of mustard, tamphor, menthol and other helpful ingredients brines relief naturally. Mus- terole gets action because it is a scientific ' counter-irritant"--not just a salve --it penetrates and stimulates blood circulation, helps to draw out infection and pam. Used by millions for 20 years. K«omrnended by doctors and nurses. KeepMimerolehMdy-jarsandtubej. Jo Mothers--Musterole is also made m milder form for babies end small children. Ask for Chil- arerls Musterole. Mr. and Mrs. Wells Go to 55th Anniversary CLEAR LAKE, April T.--Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Wells left today for Little Rock where they will attend the ifty-fifth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Wheatley on Wednesday. They are the parents of Mrs. Wells and have not failed to elebrate their anniversary one year mce they were marriel. The Wells 'ill return'Thursday noon. FILE ROCKNE'S WILL SOUTH BEND, Ind., April 7. (./P) --The will of Knute Rockne, drawn March 4, 1928, was to be filed in probate court today. The will leaves 'his entire estate to Mrs. Rockne and their four children. Its value will not be determined until inventory is taken later. CLEAR LAKE CALENDAR Bananas FSg 1 "°* y . IJ "" der: -Friite »ei- HOBTH IOWA'S LARGEST WEDNESDAY SPECIAL MARKET Smai! Fancy Wieners, Ib. A GELATINE DESSERT--MADE IN IOWA All Flavors; 5 packages 2 Clothes Lines {JUT 0 *. , a . dozen CIOthes P i " s 29c (WE RESERVE RIGHT TO LIMIT) BACON IS C - 65c PORK STEAKSTM' Ib. 12»/ 2 c BABY BEEF STEAK, Ib. 14c ??S?ATM ,, Qc I FRESH GROUND Q r SAUSAGE, Ib. tf J HAMBURGER, Jb. U BIGAMIST, FOUND OUT, KILLS SELF Los Angeles Woman Identifies Arizona Publisher as Husband. YUMA, Ariz., April T. (/P)--Mrs Hutton Bellah of Los Angeles today identified the body of a man raown here as William A. Lee pub- isher-editor of the Yuma Sentinel, is that of her missing husband' Hutton Bellah, former Altus, Okla.' newspaper publisher, who disap- jeared more than a year ago. Belah committed suicide by sending a ullet thru his brain yesterday. She revealed an investigation of ^ee had been going on here for bout a week altho yesterday was the first she knew of it. "Harry Wimberly, business as- ociate of Mr. Bellah at Altus, Dkla., had a friend checking up on my husband," she said. "I guess he realized he had been discovered end decided suicide was the only way out. This is the first I have seen of him since he left me 15 months ago." Since leaving^ Mrs. Bellah, Bellah had remarried under the name of Lee. His second wife was in the front room of their home here when Lee rummaging- in a trunk in an adjoining room found a revolver and killed himself. Married in Wisconsin. MADISON, Wis., April 7. (,P»-- William Lee, Yuma, Arizona, newspaper publisher, who committed suicide there yesterday and- was identified today as Hutton Bellah lived here for three months lost summer. While here, "Lee" married Edna Schatz, a music teacher, who was graduated from the [University of Wisconsin last year. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schatz, Platteville, Wis., and came iere from Carleton college, Northfield, Minn. Madison friends said "Lee" was wounded in the World war, and showed signs of neurosis or nervousness. IOWAN EXPECTS GUTS IN BUDGET Dickinson Sees Necessity in Deficit; Opposes Raise in Taxes. ~ WASHINGTON, April 7. (If)--A belief that the administration would approve drastic cuts in the next federal budget to, reduce the deficit was expressed today by Senator Dickinson, republican, Iowa. The lowan opposed a raise in taxes m a speech in Ohio yesterday. He said today a big saving in appropriations for 1932-33 could bs effected by cutting down public building expenditures which were. £nM alld S a ,, t ' y a PP r °Kimately half a billion dollars at the last session to provide increased employment. Brothers Trial Fair, Claim Fellow Jurors After Hagerman Claim CHICAGO, April 7. UB--Fellow jurors in the trial of Leo Brothers if ' h « m u r d l : r of Alfred "Ja^ke" Lingle Tribune crime reporter, contradicted In statements to the Tribune today the assertion of Philip Hagerman, lone holdout until the final vote for acquittal of the gunman that unpleasant conditions and food m the jury room affected his verdict. Ten of the jurors have given the newspaper assurance the verdict was fair and there was no doubt of Brothers' guilt. Miss Lovrien, Spencer, Reported Missing, Had Been Visiting Friends Wednesday--Methodist Ladles Aid society meets at 3:30 o'clock at the church. Congregational Ladies Aid meets in afternoon, followed by supper for members. D. B. L. club luncheon at tne home of Mrs.~Harold Hushaw. ' Lions club meets at noon at the Soda Grill. Stafford post meets at the Legion clubrooms. O. D. O. club meets at the home of Mrs. T. -L. Sears, South Fourth street. Ladies Aid society meets at the Bethlehem Lutheran church at 2 o'clock. Dance at the I. O. O. F. hall sponsored by Gordon Holmberg. Thursday--Altrurian club meets at Clear Lake Country club for luncheon. Mrs. S. Kennedy, Jr., hostess. Friday--U. Y. B. club meets at the home of Mrs. Bernice O'Neill East Main. Country club members have evening bridge party at the club. YOU,TOO,CANBE HAPPY AGAIN! Seo What Konjola Did For Those Former Sufferers--Read Their Words. An example of Konjola's power is seen in the experience of Mr. E. M. Van Pelt, 438 N. E. First avenue, Miami, Fla., who says: "I was badly run down from loss of appetite and constipation. I could not work for -weeks at a time. Harsh lax,,__ atives gave hut Mr. E. H. rn p t n temporary relief. . I took fivo bottles of Konjoln and my appetite returned to normal. Constipation was corrected nnd I rapidly gained in weight and vitality." . No less significant is the experience or Mrs. Albert Freed, B r o o k s a n d . Chestnut streets, Louisville, Ky., w h o £ a y s: "I was extremely nervous and lost · w e i g h t a n d strength steadily. Rheumatism and n e u r i t i s i bothered ma and | my stomach he- TOES. -- WED. RUTH CHATTERTON "UNFAITHFUL" With Paul I/iilin.s stomach to normal nnd relieved the pain of rheumatism nnd neuritis. I gained 23 pounds and am in excellent physical condition today." Huxtable Drug Store 110 South Federal Ave. NOW, SHE ENJOYS FOODS THAT USED TO MAKE HER ILL Child Killed by Auto. ALBIA, April 7. (j«--While crossing the road to attend Sundav school, William Jones, Jr., 7. was fatally injured when struck by an . automobile on Highway No. 34 five miles east of here. The driver stopped hut witnesses did not ob| tarn hia name. , Cal., April 7. CT»-- Miss Esther B. Lovrien of Spencer Iowa, reported missing: since March ^7 from her home at Mayfield near here, returned today with the, announcement she had been visiting friends in Berkeley. . Mrs. W. J. Flood, the girl's landlady, reported Miss Lovrien's return. The girl left the University of California last February because of a nervous breakdown and had been undergoing- medical treatment at Mayfield. A Canadian baby was born in an airplane at an altitude of 4.000 feet The young man hns every reason to be airmlnded.--Mexico Ledger Good sight is invaluable. Have only the best in examination and correction. For over five years it seemed !ike everything that I enjoyed eating would disagree wilh mc,' r says Miss Helen S. Dnrosz, 46-15 S. Wood Street. Chicago, Illinois. "I would suiter from indigestion until the gas would crowd my heart. 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