Mason City Globe Gazette, September 30, 1927 : Front Page

Publication: Mason City Globe Gazette September 30, 1927

Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 30, 1927, Mason City, Iowa NORTH IOWAS NEWSPAPER Final Edition v Edited for the Home AND MASON CITY VOL XXXIV CENTS PER COPT ASSOCIATED PHESS LEASED W1BE REPORT IOWA WEATHER Iowa Weather Show era prohsbln tonight and Saturday not much ohanpe In temperature MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY SEPT UNITED PRESS AXD INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE 305 Koennecke Is Uninjured in Effort to Con tinue Flight fiAGDAD Sept Lieut Otto Koenneckes biplane Ger mania in which he was attempting a flight from Cologne to America by the eastern route crashed here today as ha was taking in continuanca of his journey ihe piano was damaged but Lieut JCnennecko and big companions were not injured Tjlcut Koennecke left Cologne Sept 10 accompanied in tlie Geinmnia by Count George Cedrlc SolmsLaubncli his financial backer and Johannes Hermann1 radio expert of tho 1 linkers firm Their first hop to Angora the Turkish capital Was most Eucecssful tho plane covering tlie miles at jin average speed in excess of 10U miles nn hour There however their good fortune Eoemcd to end After puttingthe ma chine In condition for continuance ot the flight they hopped off last Sat urday morning It had been announced that they Tvouici attempt to make Basra at the head of the Persian gulf a distance of miles and their nonarrival thero for four days caused consider uneasiness in German and other continental aerial circles Turned Up nt liagilurl On Wednesday however they turned up at Bagdad and it developed that they had abandoned the nonstop flight tc Basra because ot tho Inade quate space at Angora for a takeoff Yrith a sufficient gasoline supply for tha trip and or the further reason that a heavily loaded piano would hay Taurus mountains Instead they flew from Angora to lcM50 Syria and stayed tliere two days for needed adjustments to the plane before proceeding A forced landing because of motor trouble in the neighborhood of Sioslemiyeli not far from Aleppo interrupted their trip lo Bagdad and they dirt not ar rive there until Wcdncssdny that a hcavily lopdcfl piano wouV hayn Recommends Probe by Jury Into Mans Death MATCSITALLTOVW grand jury Investigation into the death of Fred Hall Flint who was founddying alonj tho North western railroad tracks near Lamoillo Tuesday was recommended nt nn in quest held yesterday at state Center It Is thot that Hall may have been pushed from Hie train Hall was supposed to be the son of llr and Mrs X R Hall of Flint but R letter received by tha coroner from Jlrs C D of that city claims that she is his mother IOWA IS FIRST TO TRANSPORT PRISONER TO JAIL BY AIRPLANE cores Smiths Stand 4Year Term Is Approved for Governor Mew York Republicans Say State Executive Play ing ROCHESTER N Sept AP Bov Smiths opposition to tho proposed constitutional amendment providing for a fouryear term lor governor with gubernatorial elections nold simultaneously with presidential elections was condemned as an act of partisan in tho declara tion of party principles adopted by the New Yorlc republican state con vention here today We favor the pending conKtitii tiooal amendment for the election of state officers for terms of fouryears of sthe senate for four years and the assembly for two the platform declared Is Parliaan Tha amendment provides thai these officials shall be chosen in the year when ho largest number of persons vote We condemn as an act ot par tisan politics the democratic partys attack on tho proposal ot a fouryear term for sovernor pr opposi tion in effort is made to perpetuate tho bold of Tammany hall upon the stats government first thru defeat this amendment and later by substi tution therefore oC an alternate pro posal in order to shift tho election at provernorH for a four year term to a year midway between national con tests when fewer persons vote ituler tho present form of ballot there is no longer any rtnngcr that the voter will he misled in confusing stata nnl national Opposition to this amendment is based entirely upon the desire to pro euro political advantage and wo con sidor it a reflection upon tile intelli gence of the Tho platform also urged ratification of tlie amendment to provide for the creation ot an executive budget Simitar to Agn Tn ijsneraU the plat form adopted to day beara a striking resemblance to that approved by the slate convention of tlie party a year ago It opens with an endorsement of the administration ot President Coolidge Citing among its accomplishments reduced expendi tures lower taxer a rapidly diminish ing public debt anct a rising public The cave or disabled veterans has been the platform pays labor has been benefittefl agriculture and business have been aided effec tivesteps taken for the advancement of aviatloii anrt radio thru the limi tation of arms conference billions of dollars will have been saved to the national treasury in consequence ot tho three and four power treaties Xo referenceto prohibition cither in nation or state was contained in the platform which was concerned mainlyi with matters oC state inter est Persons Have Given to Seven Wel fare Agencies Fred S EsllcVs community chest gathered nt the Han ford for the third report Pririay noon and raised tlie otal pledges for tho seven agencies of the organization leaving a little more than 510 000 yet to be obtained before the goal of is reached The workers added to the amount by the solicitations oC tho last 2i hours But of tins amount tlie oxe native committee of the chest put in showing that the workers in the residence districts business Insti tutlons and factories baa actually sar tiered Ilnrcl Work Needed Those in charge of ha campaign recognized that urgent and tlioro work was needed if the total required for tho Y M C Y W C Sal vation Army Red Cross Boy Scouts welfare league and public health nurs iiiff service is to be raised Tho amount raised thus far is 70 per cent oC tho total according to estimates by the community chest auditor lj A Kistau Thenumber of workers had some what dwindled down Friday This was dun to some extent to the factthat a largo number have completed their task But the reports indicated that there were still thousands of card still to bo heard from rXifitiber Inoiensed One feature ot the campaign thK year is that there will bo an increase in the number ot subscriptions More people will have an Interest In the welfare agencies before Ko fur have subscribed approxil mateiy as many as pave altogether to the campaign last year The number HELD IN SHOOTING OF GIRL Bridgeport Police Are Mystified by New Assault WilHam SalfareJli 10 playmate of AKgeHiuv Constiinzp 7 vlio was sliot as home iln Now York rlty has hoen telling police that tlio aliootinj was Tlio hoy fs showii above the police with a detenllve Kept phantom slabber for two halt years the terror ot sirls incl young women who walking thru be streets of TrUidgeporl In Uitr after loon or at niyiit has brot the total lumber of his to 1M and roti inued today to ehldo iho police His latest attack cumo early last lifrht when Kuth Stilling H year old high school leiinfa star on her home with n friend from the Jleardslcy park courts wns stabbed in Iho chest Fifteen minutes after the ytnbbingr police bewail a seflrch of tbo nislrict but the assailant had escaped as lie had after the other Blabbings The slabber in many of the altaclts iias been a flitting shadow which nelteft away in tlie darkness defying lescription by tlio victim but Miss said her asffitllant was a dark younp man about five feet inches in height wearing dnrk gray trousers a cap and a lue sweater with dark stripes He appeared to be about 21 years old The method in the latest ntlark was similar to ihn others lie brushed against the pirl as he ran past her When ho disappeared the fir noted she had been wounded The phantom lias slashed In churches and public buildings as well is on street corners and In the day as welt HB nt night Most ot his victims have bnen belweerrthe asjes of and fi held scores of sus pects but have been unable to place responsibility is a would occur the latent susppcl wasfn ctirftocJy Thelast stabbing nrfore ciifh was on AUR 27 Damage Estimated at 100 Million in Devastating Windstorm Buildings Are Wrecked ST LOUIS Sept AP The mounting death list of yesterdays devastating tornado here reached 83 today when additional bodies were found and injured died The body of a third girl was found in the ruins of the Central high school and it was feared two others were buried there All but four of the dead were identified More than 500 were known to have received medical treatment at hospitals and first aid stations while several hun dred more were believed to have been slightly injured and made no report to police or hospitals The injured are scat tered in hospitals over the city Tlio Identified hbriles were roiuovcd from cily hospilnl moiRiip n tcrliikhirr Imlny Hurt HJiHirilnr n ml Hnnrlay will he ilnys of many fnnorjits ns injurnd in n crilkM still foi iMidios lift PoslJis klllcil in the 3S m and portions of the UeVjiKlnliMi n estimated Hie rtcad citys liosturlu tornado of KsUnialrs of Hie projiiriy rcnch 110 tlic ne rornuinfil bcHworn nnrl the iaugn mentioned by M K vllirlslopher liiil1iiiK comlsjsionor Hundreds of families left without a ruof or wilh sides of Iholr isslicd Only two renortw of Inotinaf ImiloponliyVlV ntKhtjwme ime bUL in the national miavtl armory other improvised and Urlittf CinnmiHrR failed fed linlay firim Iltld plaviM1 A comnilnije nf S in sflivlfo by lied Cross ilisaster tn witli Mayiv irloiMillor us nhnlrnmu lilkp forces lusrilmUv yas in direct re Mllitiamen ot the worlc Iho Krrt rrnss placed a re St Louis national guard rislment station li day patrolled the atvccts west of areit the n nd confer of 100 autoniobiipp Grnntl boulevnvd dlicctini motorists wole Impressed for use ns nmbulnncB thru n maxe at Irees Miller an appeal lor Ml ot ilvs out wlieii Ihe storm U 1 p romahinil on duty hutuy ihoir regular lioius Sai TORT MADISON Sept AP The state penitentiary received is believed to be the first pris oner delivered to prison officials by airplane yesterday when Toe Schiller of Waterloo sentenced to one yenr for clrivingr an nutumobile while in toxioated was brot Tiere from Mntor loo in a pin ne piloted hy f Cable of the Ciiba Airways Vaterloo He was In riLstody of City Detec tive E A Stctfin Hteffin and Cable returned to TVat terloo today Tliere are now prisoners here fl record AUNT HET ByTloberl Quillen I ncv r knowcd bnl one woninu hosscd her hvishand nil flio lime and hr needed a er Member of Iowa Assembly Dies nOME Kept BniCL SJ a Pocaliontas county neer and former mannper of tho state legislature died nt his home hero last night Kisht months ago be suffei a paralytic stroke which reticle left side useless Hfi wan a former lawyer physician and merchant enmity of donors this estimated will at least pass the mark A short address was given nt the Friday luncheon by William Sturgeon adjutant ot tho Salvation Army here who the workers to continue j rmnhinsr on until the Job was com pleted Audit of Total Made is the lotal turneil in by noon as submitted by Mr Rfslau of tlio firm of Temple Briss man and company certified public ac Division American Attorneys Jtrick R Tile Employes Cement S ReetSiigar Plants hnniler of Commerce City Schools Defendant Given Life While Navin Gets 40 Years FORT DODGE Sept Frank Bittner was denied a new trial today by Judge Sherwood A Clock j and sentenced to life imprisonment for I was elcasea tlio murder of Goorffe Afclntiia Mary Jane Bailey IS year EHID NURSE IS Charges of Poisoning Filed Against Mary Atkinson Dismissed TSNID Sept Atkinson 2K year oldtrained nurse Plant Ellcs Knranis Club Linns Clnli Rotary Cnl Committee Stores Sunday Groups the night of May He had been found guilty o week hy a jury which fixed the penalty at life A 40 year sentence was given Aus tin Casey Xavin of also Indicted tho murder and slates star witness iiiiieiuui red Hesiilence Knst Pioneer Resident of Forest City Succumbs i FORRST CITY Sept Kloster STi years old who lived five northeast of here succumbed at his liome lie was n pioneer reside t of cuun ty The funeral services areto be held Sunday at the residence Will Rogers LlHILLS Sept saw the fight pictures last night I dont see why Dempsey shouldnt whip Tunney sometimo He keeps setting nearer to it nvery year Tunney seems to be getting older taster than Dempsey When tlie knockdown comeK you ran jjo one of the theater pet a drink and come hack before the counting starts The entire audience save Oonip sey tlio decision so It looks like the old act will go on again next year Mggcr and hotter than ever same rast samemanagement same boolK for an audience Yours City Council Agrees to Erect j Building for Negro Pupils GARY Sept soil hsh schools students strike has ended with virtually n complete vic tory for thefltrikcra The final act leading to settlement came last night when the city council passed to final reading a bill to appro priate f for immediate construc tion of a temporary school to accom modate negro students now enrolled at Emerson high It ivas the enrollment of these negro students that started nearly stui clenta on strike Monday The councils action followed n con ference between the student strike committee and Mayor Floyd E WH lliims at which t petition wns drawn up vernientlne tho appropriation ol the money for tho Immediate hnlhling of tho nclioot tlin in turn agreeing lo to Hawses pending its construction Mason City GlobeGazette Offers a Booklet on the Doctrine of the True American Tho true American in Hbcity equality and justice TTo nelloven in freedom of relig ion troe ypeecli arid free press lie obeys the rule of the major ity He is a patriotic American wlio knows and understands tha three American Declaration oC Independence the Articles of Confederation and tho Constitution of the United States An attractive booklet containing these three historic masterpieces is offered to our readers Send for a copy ot this work and get a better understanding of the history and government of the greatest coun try in tho world Merely fill out and mail tha coupon helow enclosing four cents In Btomps for return postage and handling Write your name and address clearly old daughter npiacopal minister with whom she was infatuated David Foglesong Justice oC he peace who presided over the nurses preliminary hnaiinp Wednesday and yesterday ruled that evidence was in sufficient to hold the nurse for trial in district court Miss Atkinson was brot from the i jail where she had been confined for about three weeks to the office of Dan Mitchell county atlornny by her brother Hnrry Atkinson sheet metal worker of Pawhuska and If CI McKcever of her COUTISPL and there was informed that she would not be held for trial Alias Allrinsoi siniKvl the justice and departed with her hrolhci and MclCeever said liewould ialc Iiis sister with him to Frederic J Haskin Director The Mason City GlobeGazette Information Bureau Washington D C I enclose herewith four cents In stamps for n copy of lie CONSTITUTION BOOKLET Name j Slalo Heaps Will Decide Move of Operators in Iowa Coal DKS AIOIXES Kojt tiations bntwoen loiva IJnfon Jifincrs and cofil mine opeiiilors remained at a stfindstill while the opcralors awaitort roLnrn of President Heaps from bo fora tnkinp on nielr HirertL of opening the mines nonunion la flenps yesLorclny nttonderl a wape conference hRtwccn JIlinoiH min ors nnrt operators Local mine ownnrs sUitoci yes Hint action on the refusal of Jf ttniort president to meet in a conference for n WHRO on n Vompntitive basiw would mvrtit Mr Heaps return 10 ESTHERVILLE GIRLSATTACKED Assaults Have Been for Week Police Have No Clews njtl hrokon tifrs nT from J rnmrt from mm in IP I UK en in EMI marlo R flat ot llu t orniicln plaved no la I MoniiH of rlNKjsU Ifio Iiumhlor j n rtKlnrip srlmols npsirtmerit bui M in pnllrc it a I inns nil voro Tirkni n nd lorn equally Km mi lirforfi UK t winter air hfavy nnrt pnr RT HepL wiflx Mlnrm Tho continuous nwylto early today lo full reallJmv rurnolfiifir of hnnder wns ixation oC lh appaUiiiK toll of fouv i luatrcl with The oppres iiiimile of ycptrsrdayfl lovna dispillnl hy a known loud liTl IrciaRd Cor and the I flit ale blank injuries iitid hiiriinosp rfd in lie fUy Buildings Are Wrecks Today structures damaged over See Sheets Maine rlovn5tatetl area of nquaro nnlos and offieinl eMimates of tho famitKO n Iwinklinp Ihe of fflasA iininiiiBr from from lo untl Hio of tho Minri In tna trees announcnd ho romlrtp of Tho Inbnliilion or InjurioH rrrtnhncl houses mid flnmaffo mtxintpft stoniHLy thru hnvni1 nd fM1whln thft ilr nut the nishl nnrl It was IVrilier inj frnasc the first I wo St eseap ally But some wilh flying missiles of city1 Annies alonp honlrvnrd from Xnwsl Chimneys and lite tearlnfr nf wrecked fromv r JURY DISAGREES Judge Sends Men Back for More Discussion of v Rogers Case GEORGETOWN TEXAS Sepl 30 jury ticToio wliicli Re becca Bradley Kogers vaa tried on an arson charge in district court here reported to Tudgo Cooper San som this morning that it has been unable to agreo No Indication of what the division Is was given Tudgfi Sansom sent the Jury hack for further deliberation Canning Factory at BlUe Earth Ends Run BLUE KATmi Sept Tho incal canning factory luis fiti Ishod its run with an output oC raRos of corn Tho Inclement of the early part of the t smaller yield than last you Tim last output oC the fnrtory shoots of fin me their origin a niystevy hat wwept pjnt flnrt IhomsolvpH by striking a build iTifr or a I rf0 j ahont uid wvccUinp tliemyelvns honlevard wern playthings of rhlldrer Every Ihe area nf Rrealcst dostrurliou lay Wlioro thud rf faltlnKN atH roughly sou I i west to northeast hound od hy FfirpFf Tark lioulevarrt Sarah street Penilelfou avenue nurl llnhrrt roundn lions hn Ttvrnl j Swift iJi UN coming the tornado The hinrk swirling1 Tunnel sneined as nuiilc In leavinj Krom thn ruined lo nppearrd vithouf in I homofi and filorep tho frishtcncd tho vicinity of Forest Park to ha ve I occupants lei a stream They pursued j zlfixag roursR for six found a of fallen trecft ttt miles to leap he river nnd j Mork theiiivny Jiynterlcal women dissipate firry with n Inst nvlflt In ly men plrkrd Ihcir wny tho Illinois IricHlcM Aenlcp Oranile on f tuc nivi Mndlsnn in which six jinr As lllpv from fallen sons worn killed and 2 injured wires brnno preiit Keif stationed iheniselves until po arrived lo take STitrcKVILK Sept SO uni ntifipd moron lins mnrle ittaclcs on 10 youiiff of triis oily tlie last feudays nnd is n ill hriiij sought hy lie Knvnrnl have been Riv en of tlic attacker but no trnce of him luts been Tho moron has attacked about fwu a night durhiRtlie lafit ivolc iTo pounro upon Um younff women tinil pvofanliy tn tho cx trome attempt lo tonr the wo mens Police have linen wafchinK homes of Severn 1 young met hero it is said but no clews have hern nh Jvory St Louis pofJooiiian firo niiin out on npeolfil rtnly lint thrir ninnliPrs to i palrol lio strirkon nroa ntul a reRJ rnont of slato mlUilniuoit IVOH on fluty Drdnrs to sliooh looters A cnrrlon hastily nboilt ho whlf elcincnlary rclial IAGR The Local Weather taincd streets Three officers women nights hut were mt Whittemore Victim of Accident Leaves Hospital Sept Loren zo Xcislcr returned ir fathers liome in jMlondorf hers pltn 1 To was severely injuvetf list wrck hy n rar running into him arid hia while were fixing n month and one of tire The brother WOK dx summer The wind was in HIP north Americnn Beet Sufiar corporation weather fiRrurrift for 24 hour period ending nt 8 i in Friday Maximum fin ATUiltnujn 10 At 8 n m SO Rainfall 83 Some haiJ aceom paiHetl Ihun d e r a t o r m that flaahod nrross thin j unction oC Iowa after noon some nf liails li e i n x a r n r TI s on the ic oily Tlio rain of he or Hi On y from the hnspital Fri tndny in tempera turc POOR PA By Claude Gallan MH Holla litirnissnrl iliey in fi rjiilVilprin fillfii1 rmo snid shf MVIS home for cm mel ;

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Publication: Mason City Globe Gazette

Location: Mason City, Iowa

Issue Date: September 30, 1927

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