Moorhead Daily News (Newspaper) - September 5, 1929, Moorhead, Minnesota r DAILY No. 204. MINN. SEPT. 5, 1929. PER JOIN PLANE OF OSTEN GIRL IS Teller's Remark Reopens Minneapolis Sept. 5 unsolved murder here two years ago of Pearl a pretty music student of Pelican was revived here again today because of a remark dropped by a fortune Osten was brutally attacked and murdered in the fall of 1927 and her thrown into a shed in North A great number of suspects were arrested but all year ago the Hennepin county grand jury investigated the case but arrived at no jury reopened the case again late Wednesday at the request of tile Osten family after according to Walter a a fortune teller informed Mrs. Melvin Pelican sister of Miss that of the suspects released by police was the man who murdered one of the officers nally assigned to the said he would go before the grand jury late today and tell whole story of how this investigation came to be previously had been reported that the Osten family was dissatisfied with the manner in which the case was other relatives of the girl and Chief of Police Harry Lindholm already have been called the jury it was WILL PURCHASE SNOW carload of snow fence will be purchased by Clay county this fall it was decided by the Clay county commissioners in their monthly meeting at the courthouse which ended A. O. county has been instructed to advertise for bids returnable at the next board meeting October 1. inspection of road work being completed by John was made by the board Wednesday Two strips were checked by the a six mile graveling job on state aid road No. 5 between Felton and Averill and a four mile section of state aid road No. 16 between the Red River near Kragnes and Both were afternoon session was devoted to consideration of tax reduction Growth 1 School With Difficult Auxiliary Names Membership Drive Farmer Injured When Team With Binder 45, farmer residing 12 miles north of was painfully injured about 3 p. m. Wednesday when the horses hitched to a binder ran catching him between the binder and a barbed wire Tangen suffered a deep gash under one arm and lacerations on his hands and was immediately brought to St. Ansgar s hospital where he is is the son of Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Tangen and was operating the binder on their captains for the membership drive to be inaugurated at a recent date by the Auxiliary of the Melvin E. Hearl post No. 21 of the American Legion were selected at the meeting of the Auxiliary Albert Gulvick will captain one team and Mrs. Otis Wentzell the Team members will be selected soon and the contest gotten under Erickson will give two one ot the team securing the largest number of new members and the other to the team securing the largest number of members both old and The losing team will banquet the winning the direction of the music consisting of Otis T. O. 13. Dr. O. J. Hagen and C. an interesting musical program was given at the regular meeting of the Kiwanis club The program included vocal solos by Prof. Dan Preston of the State Teachers and Robert also of the State Teachers and talk on music by Oscar P. Mrs. Eleanor Nesheim Anderson accompanied the singers on the attendance furnished by Axel T. was won by S. G. who recently returned from a vacation spent at CO. AUTHORITIES HOLD Sept. 5 Scott county authorities today continued to investigate the asserted abduction on last Saturday of Edward 14, farmer while Frank 45 year old farm was held for further questioning under a 14 day sentence for was arrested Sunday after Edward was found bound hand and foot by barbed wire in a pasture near his The boy said he had been carried there by a man he later identified as Harms and left for six hours in a blazing sun. He was otherwise Harms has maintained since his rest that he was not in this region on Held For Auto Theft Sept. 5 ' today pleaded guilty to a charge of driving an automobile without the permission of the waived examination when arraigned in municipal court and was bound over to district was asserted to have taken the auto of Mrs. Mary G. White on August 23. THE forecast for Fargo and Partly cloudy and continued cool tonight and probably frost in low Highest 40. Sept. 5 Forced down by engine trouble 130 hours short of the 421 hour mark of the St. Louis Pilots C. E. Steele and Russell Mossman announced today that they would make a fourth attempt at the endurance record as soon as a new motor could be installed in their We Co. O. county superintendent of made public an almost inclusive list of teachers in Clay county rural and superintendents of city and village All instructors have been engaged for the year and practically all schools have opened the new The full list cannot be announced until school clerks complete their he teachers and districts to which they have been assigned are as No. S. G. 3, Mary 4, Sam 5, Ada 6 Evelyn 6 Ruth Glyndon ft 1; 7, Blanche 8, Agnes 9, Helen 10, Ella Hazel 11, Viola 12, Eveleth 14, Martha 15, Edna Lake 16, Nora Lake 18, Mrs. Helen 19, Eveleth Hawley R. 2; 20, Edith 21, Rose 22 Edna P. 22 Alpha 23, Mrs. Jeanette 24, Nora Moorhead R. 1; 24, N. Harriet Moorhead R. 1. No. 25, Mabel 26, Emma Glyndon R. 2; 27, Alice A. 28, 29, Edith 30, Bernice 33, Marie 34, Mrs. Peder 35, Ruth Mary 36, R. E. 38, Opal C. 39, Hilda G. Barnesville R. 2; 41, Mabel 43, Paul J. 44, Fannie G. Hawley R. 4; 46, Rose B. Barnesville R. 2; 49, Ruth M. 50, Elvera Hawley R. 2; 53, Gladys G. Glyndon R. 2; 54, Mrs. Rosy 55, Mabel 56, Elsie 58, Mrs. Agnes Fosen 59, Ida 60, E. E. 61, Alpha Hawley R. 3; 64, Ivy L. Moorhead R. 1; 65, Hilda 68, Gladys 69, Arthur 70, Cordula 71 Mrs. Adolph 71 Mrs. Alts 72, Lovilla 75, M. J. 76. Stella Hawley R. 2; 77, Violet 78, Alice Elma Mae Moorhead R. 1; 79, Elizabeth 80, Mrs. B. O. Ella A. L. 83, Mrs. O. A. 84, Lenora Hawley R. 2. No. 85, Lenora 88, Mamie Moorhead R. 2; 89, Leola 90, Hilda Barnesville R. 3; 91, Mrs. Alpha Dolen Hawley R. 2; 93, Estelle Hawley R. 2; 100, Gertrude 102, Mamie Glyndon R. 3; 104, Hawley R. 2; 105, Minda 107, Martha Hawley R. 4; 108, Esther 109, Esther 110, Mrs. Loretta 113, Martha B. 114, Alice 114 Ruth W. 115, Florence Glyndon R. 3; 116, Mrs. Olive Glyndon R. 2; 118, Mrs. A. H. 119, Olga Problems Grow With Steady Increase of the of the Moorhead board of education will have their largest task during the coming year in meeting problems that have come with the continued growth of the F G. told the members of the board when he outlined plans for the year's activities at the monthly session Wednesday there is no positive indication that the increase in population made during the last two years is to continue he the board must be prepared to meet the problems of providing school accommodations as they arise and be able to face any new school building in the fourth the acquisition of new building and the extension of holdings adjacent to present were cited as the important at the present of the board were urged to be ready to take the problems up as soon as they can be reached during the each being asked to give the matter their individual ' recommendations of the president that the finance committee of the board out a plan for retiring the bond issue for the new first ward school separate from bond and to seek a method of paying the debt as rapidly as that the same committee in preparing the budget this keep in mind the increased staff caused by the growth in that state aid departments the high school be investigated as to their that athletics be kept on a high school basis as against what he termed that teachers be required to keep to by seeking collegiate instruction during their summer and that the records of high school juniors and who are dismissed from school shortly after noon daily because of congestion in classrooms be checked closely to see that the study periods they are required to observe at are up to assignments for the year were announced as teachers Edgar E. F. G. S. O. O. D. Paul N. N. of the first duties assigned the finance is the work of obtaining equalization of maturities of the dozens of insurance policies held by the so that the premium burden will be approximately the same each it was pointed premiums have in some years amounted to and in ether years 52,000, a fact which has made the problem of laying out a sufficient budget a difficult advice of the state investment board state insurance commissioner and all Moorhead insurance men who have written school will be and an effort will be made to obtain five year policies with deferred acts of the board of E. E. Sharp to act as advisory member of the activities Approval of the bond of S. O. school for the finance committee to have the budget ready by the October plans to meet at 8 p. m. Sept. 9, to approve estimates on the new first ward COUNTY SETS ASIDE BRIDGE arrangements for tMe construction of the Second av and First av connecting Moorhead and the first of the three bridge are believed to be completed today awaiting the opening of the bids on the structure in Moorhead September 26. Cass county board of commissioners late Wednesday appropriated as Cass N. share of the cost of Practically all of the right of way on the North Dakota side has been purchased by the Cass county and negotiations are under way by a committee of the Moorhead city council for purchasing the Moorhead according to the is to be 417 feet 9 inches long over The main span which will be supported by concrete abutments on either end is to be 150 feet long. There will be a 45 foot approach on the North Dakota supported by steel and while on the Minnesota side there will be two 46 foot and two 47 foot sections to the approach supported by treated timber span will have a 24 foot roadway with walks on each 7 feet It will be lighted by a white way system similar to that on the main business according to the Fargo furnishing the lights for the North Dakota side and Moorhead for the Minnesota REPORTED TO BE Sept. 5 With the exception of isolated cases of attempted looting of evacuated Jewish homes by Arab tribesmen near the Palestine was quieter today than it had been since the serious riots broke out nearly two weeks British troops dispatched here from various points of the empire to quell the disturbances controlled the The cities remained under double HOLDS UP PARTY OF Centers About N. Indians Help in N. Sept. 5 of Zuni and Navajo Indians in picturesque dress joined scores of ranchers and a fleet of airplanes today in an effort to find the air liner City of San reported to have crashed near N. 40 miles south of in a terrific electrical storm airplane carried five passengers and a crew of three en route from N. to Los official report that a Transcontinental Air Transport plane had been sighted over this region could not be search today turned in two One party worked 15 or 20 miles west of Zuni where Indians maintained they had seen an air liner The other and larger party penetrated the rough bad lands in Black Rock east of where a mail carrier making his rural route reported he had seen the rain storms since Tuesday had turned the narrow mountain roadway into seas of virtually were helpless and pack horses and men on foot had to be depended under the face of the the determined searching party pushed on through the mud that sometimes was over their shoe man who could be spared at Zuni joined the Scores of Gallup business men brought out their autos and began the slow drive to Zuni through the All were determined to find the of San and clear up the mystery of what happened to the graceful plane which took off from Albuquerque on Tuesday morning on its regular flight to Los PLANES KILL FIVE NEAR Sept. 5 An attack by British airplanes on Arabs at 33 miles north of was reported here airplanes killed five and wounded 20, the advices bodies of Arab troops were reported advancing on Palestine from the Attend I. O. O. F. Sovereign Grand Grand Master J. W. Briggs and Mrs. Briggs will leave by auto Saturday for to attend the sovereign grand I. O. O. F. Mr. Briggs goes to the convention as the grand representative of the lodge from being entitled to that honor by reason of having held the office of grand master of the order in There will be present of the order from all over the None have a voice in this meeting except the higher officers of the past grand officers and Sept. 5 announced here today that upon the petition of officers of the Modern Woodmen of the federal court at Fergus Falls will settle the question of whether insurance rates recently announced by the organization will go into effect in Says Sure Punishment Will Curb N. Sept. 5 America's crime problem already serious and growing more menacing annually may largely be curbed by swift and sure G. A. Minnesota Attorney General declared here in an address before the annual convention of the North Dakota Bar is no crime wave in our nation at the present Youngquist is a tidal wave which grows larger and larger and is constantly with improvement in the morals of the people will effectively remove the causes of swift and sure punishment is the best rural prosecuting attorney was called by Youngquist the most important cog ill the law enforcement machinery at the present Awarded First Place in Cleveland Sept. 5 Charles Speed ace of the Northwest has such a strong habit of winning races that today he was announced the winner of a contest at the Cleveland air races in which he was at first officials informed Holman today that although there was no question that he out a corner in the 75 mile he was so far ahead of the other contestants that it would be unjust to let the disqualification Made to Fit CO.