Mason City Globe Gazette, June 26, 1929 : Front Page

Publication: Mason City Globe Gazette June 26, 1929

Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 26, 1929, Mason City, Iowa u DAILY TAPER Edited for the Home VOL XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPY O ME EDITION ASSOCIATED PKEss LEASED WIRE BEFORE MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL SERVICE NdTJjF AIRPLANES TJ 1 I iiLiL J ILjrT G C Bagley faceted Iowa Bankers Association Head MASON CITYAN IS HONORED BY STATE MEETINB Cole Made Iowa Vice of American Association IES MOINES June 26 G C Bagley of Mason City today was elected president of the Iowa Bankers association C R Wooden of Centerville was chosen vice pres ident and C T Simmons of Bur lington treasurer Bagley said Frank Warner probably would be retained as executive secretary The bankers closed their annual convention today with addresses by DrJ G W Dyer of Nashville Tenn editor of the Southern Agriculturist and Senator Henry F Ashurst of Arizona Cole Is Renamed Charles T Cole Jr of Des Moines yesterday was renamed vice president for Iowa of the American Bankers association with L A An drew state superintendent of bank Ing chosen nominating committee man J M Dinwiddie of Cenr Rapids is a new member of the exe cutive council Decentralization of industry wherein capital has become the of the master was by Dyer Who cleclaredin w dustfy is migrating to the small towns arid rural sections GlobeGazette to Have Fight Returns Party The GlobeGazette will broadcast a blow by blow account of the SchmelingUzcuduu fight to be staged at the Yankee stadium Thursday night The main bout which will begin at 8 oclock central standard time will be announced from an upper window of the Globe Gazette building The Mason City police department has agreed to rope off a section of East State street in front of the building to make room for the spectators Tha promoters of the fight have denied radio stations the right to broad cast an account of it and the Globe Gazette party will probably be ons of the few places where returns will he available Pamphlet Iowa is a favorable position for he establishment of large indus tries in the future he said These together with her great agricultur al interests should establish her al most an ideal civilization Ashurst Gives AuCress Gasoline end electricity are bring ing about the decentralization he declared Senator Ashurst criticized con gress for making the great mis take of trying to make people good vich or wise by legislation The DENIES USE OF SCHOOLS TO AID IN ENFORCEMENT Gave Wrong Impression Says Commissioner TITASHINGTON June 26 Suggestions that the public schooE system was to be used by the prohibition bureau for dissemination of enforcement propaganda have brot an emphatic denial of any such intent from the treasury depart ment The denial of the wrong im pression as prohibition commissob er Doran described it followed swiftly on the publication of a pamphlet containing suggestions for the incorporation of prohibition in formation in eight school study sub jects together with slogans support1 ing prohibition and admonitions to teachers to help toward enforce ment Will Display Course Have 3 Iowa Bandits Is Begun toj Find 4 Flyers CARTAGENA Spain June 26 glnnt four motored seaplane j Nu mane I a of MaJ Ramon Franco has been refittedand refuelled for departure for the Azores in quest of the four missing Spanish trans Atlantic aviators Army mechanics yesterday com pleted two days work in changing one of its engines which gave thej missing aviators trouble while they still considered using the plane on Officials maintained absolute se crecy as to their plans It was known nevertheless that the flight was considered as possibly the moat hopeful of the tremendous efforts being made to locate the missing aviators who disappeared early Sat urday enroute to New York by way of the Azores from Aicazares air drome here Hope was waning fast today that Major Franco and his three com panions would ever be found alive Belief grew that their plane a Dor nler Wahl 16 crashed or made a forced landing somewhere between Spain and the Azores and had been unable to survive the tempestuous ness the Atlantic Spain Italy England and Fortu church home and schools of our na The pamphlet was made public by tion alone can correct the morals ofj B Sutter director of the sta the people he said SEES DROWNING TAKES POISON Dubuque Woman Says Life Is Too Cruel May Recover DUBUQUE June 26 Dorothy Smith 19 mother of two children is seriously ill from poison she after seeing the body of LeRoy Kellogg 24 drowned In the Dubuque docks late Tuesday She said Kellogg was her sweet and that life had been cruel and she was tired Physicians said she may recover She was married the first time when 14 years old and the second time in May 1928 being divorced from both husbands A daughter Gloria was killed when she fell out of a window last October V AUNT HET By Robert Quiilen I heard today that poet told Ellen she had a wonder ful mind an Id been wonderin how come her house looked so sloppy lately TURN TO PAGE 18 COLUMN 8 FIVEmDlol MARLOW DEATH Suspects One a Woman May Be Indicted for Slay ing in New York NEW YORK June 26 persons one of them a young wo man were arrested today as mater ial witnesses in the slaying of Frank llarlow night club owner Police Commissioner Whalen an nounced that homicide indictments would be sought against two un identified men The commissioner said detectives had traced Marlows movements up until 45 minutes of the time when he was found fatally wounded Mon day night near a cemetery at Flush ing Long Island Those arrested all or whom were said to have spent the afternoon and early evening Jn the company of the slain night club owner were Johnny Wilson former middle weight boxing1 champion Edward M Lewis known as Boston LnU ie a gambler of Boston Al Sicgel a dancer of Coney Island Ignatius Coppa proprietor of a West Fifty second street restaurant where Marlow dined shortly before his deathand Mary Seiden of Coney Island Two night club hostesses Betty Mickie Farly 19 years old and Billie Burke her roommate who had been questioned for several hours by the police were released from custody Retired Farmer of Eagle Grove Dead EAGLE GROVE June S Woodard 62 retired farm IS rfpFlrf aa ft rrtlfn ftnr girls No arrangements for the fu neral have as yet been made TRAVES FOR HOME The election of Willis G C Bagley tothepresidency tho Iowa State Bankers association culminates a significantly suc cessful banking career which started 40 years ago when as a youth of 16 years he entered the employ of the First Nation al bank of Mason City as jani tor and messenger boy Before he chose banking as his life work he had operated a popcorn stand and worked for Purdy McGregor and company grocers and W E Ensign clothier He was born at Cains ville Rock county Wis Oct 29 1873 and came to Mason City with his parents in 1877 Started Bookkeeping The youthful Mr Bagley had been in the bank two years when he was put to bookkeep ing Later he went to the tell ers cage and in 1901 was elected assistant cashier In 1908 he was chosen cashier a posi tion he held until 1920 when he was advanced to the position of vice president This position he held until last fall when upon the death of C H McNider he was advanced to the position of president of the institution As Mr Bagleya career un folded the institution with which he tied up his life career underwent a prodigious growth and development going frori STOWAWAY IS BACK IN US Father Greets Yellow Bird Passenger After Landing From Leviathan NEW YORK June 26 stowaway of the Yellow Bird Ar thur Schreibcr of Portland Maine returned to America aboard the Le viathan in extreme ct French clothes but with little to say about himself or his uninvited trip He was met at quarantine by hla father Morris Schreiber a Portland fur worker with whom he ox changed affectionate greetings and then he posed with his father and by himself for several photo graphs The youth had nothing to say about his future plans AH he wished now lie said was to get back home and see his mother He becanie angry when ques tioned regarding reports that he er is dead He leaves a wife and had compared himself to Lindbergh four children two boys and two anil his landing in France There is no precedent for what I did he said and there is no way to tell what I shall do with my cx nerience Anna flrorner who called hcri hy iiifl rtenlh of hftiAside from his father and lh father TYcrt Ttmlf has left for herphotographers and reporters thrfre home in Bellingham Washs jwas no one to meet the stowaway by Kobeits Studio some f20000 in deposits td past the 510000000 mark Wheu the First National bank became a unit in the Northwest Bah corporntion lie was elected a director of this organization Member of Council Meanwhile there came to Mr Bagley other recognition of his place in the financial circles oi his state and the nation For three years he has served as a member of the executive coun cil of the American Bankers as sociation He has appeared as speaker and in other important roles in gatherings of bankers in Iowa and other states aa well as in the national organi zation His congenial personal ity coupled with ability as a banker hag made him one of the best known and popular bankers in the middle west Mr Bngley is a member of the Knights Templars here Consistery Clinton Shrine temple Cedar Rapids I O O F Knights of Pythias Modern Woodman of America Modern Brotherhood of America Yeo man Maccabees Lions club Elks and Methodist church His marriage to Miss Winifred Bo gardus took place in They have three children Mrs J Leonard Kline Burton B Bag ley mid Robert W Bagley 9 NIGHT WATCHMAN HELD Charge of Assault With In tent to Murder Filed at Onawa ONAWA June 26 Coe 75 suspended night watchman at lapleton was under 53000 bond today pending grand jury fiction in September on a charge ct assault with intent to murder He waived preliminary hearing vestcrday on the which out of his shooting of Fred Shipley 20 newspaperman at Ma pleton Sunday night Coe claims Shipley knocked him down in an argument in which they and two companions or Shipley par ticipated Coe said he arose and fired twice One of the bullets hit Shipley In the abdomen He Is re coveringin a Sioux City hospital Old Fenton Resident Is Dead From Cancer FENTON luno Wes i sel many years a resident of Fen tcr Mrs Walter Whldclal east of town He has suffered from cancer I for several months AIR PILOT traces of the missing ayialorW Farmer Had Accused His Wife Claim Pictures on Page DOWS June Joseph Fromm had accusedhis wife of im proper relations with Earl Fischer first victim of the triple shooting on the Fromm farm near here Mon day was brot out at the inquest held here last night County Attorney Robert D Blue of Clarion succeeded in wringing tfie admission from Donald Kline lone survivor of the tragedy that Fromm had hurled insults at his wife before sending her to her death You have been lying around with Fischer for three weeks Fromm who had just killed the other man said according to the 16 year old farm hand who escaped to tell neighbors of the double murder and suicide Pleaded With Husband Please dont Joe please dont Mrs Fromni had pleaded said young Kline but Fromm answered with the discharge of his single barreled shotgun into his wifes heart Fromm was 65 years of age Mrs Fromm 55 and Fischer 27 Further facts brot out at the in quest were that Fischer was very bashful and had never gone out with TURN TO PAGE 18 COLUMN 8 TO BE GILMORE CITY ROBBERS Men Sentenced in Idaho May Be Brot Back for Trial MOINKS June 2G men sentenced to prison for kid naping W B Kinne Idaho lieuten ant governor are believed by Iowa officials to be members of a gang which robbed the Gilmore City Ex change bank of 55000 after keeping H S Van Alstine one of the own1 ers and his family prisoners night j H V Yaclcey state agent was notified yesterday that the men giv ing their names as August Becker 28 Sumner Donald Melavin 21 and Roy Salmon 21 both of Livermore had been identified by finger print records taken at Gilmore City Officials today were negotiating with Idaho representatives for pos sible extradition of the men to Iqwa tostand trial lor the bank robbery Harold Ball of Ppcahphtas is in the peni Earl Campbell of Kansas City was the pilot of the first Yellow Car Airways Inc pas senger airplane into Mason City Wednesday morning as an established stop on the Kan sas CityTwin City air line He was accompanied hy four passengers among them W Bart Hall managingeditor of the GlobeGazette who eledfrom DCS Moines to Bla son City TE H prea Iderit of tho Mason City Cham bcr was tho e r h i s wife who i s Gilmo re Cfty1 mayor and their son and daughter In the morning Van Alstine was j driven to the bank and forced to j open the safe while four employes j j were held up j j Henry Becker of Independence being held at Waverly for investiga1 tion in connection with the robbery Ho is a brother of August Becker who Yackey said escaped from the j Waverly jail last December whilt j awaiting trial for a holdup i TOAGRICULTURE IEDED CLAIM OWARPEER Former Illinois Governor Tells Kiwamans His DIES AT CRESCQ Funeral Services for Mary Ryan 88 Will Be Thursday BEER HEARING IS POSTPONED Whether or Not Product Will Be Destroyed Is Up to Judge DBS MOINES June 26 hearing on whether 150000 bottles Hammond dry crusader would be destroyed was postponed until 2 p m tomorrow at a hearing this morning Hammond claims the near beer being a malt beverage cannot be sold in Iowa N L Howard president of the Chicago Great Western Railway company enroute to Chicago from Waterloo declared here today there is no federal law forbidding the sale of near beer and the railroads could not possibly be involved in the con troversy from a federal standpoint He said in his opinion the inter state commission would not take coj nee of interstate tatlcL vt the product ex to rates am tion of legality of transporatlon nnd then only within the borders of tho stata CRESCO June Funeral ices for Mary Ryan will be held Thursday morning at St Josephs church conducted by the Rev Fath er Dougherty with burial in Cal vary cemetery Miss Ryan an old resident of Howard county died at her home in Cresco Monday at the age of 8S years She wag born March 14 1841 at Ottawa Canada and was the last one of nine children born to William and Joanna Ryan Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS June the wuole prohibition problem has kicked up such a mess in all em bassies Charley Dawes seems to have solved it better than anyone I ever heard of He is not going to serve it in Eng land not be cause its I against our law i not for ex ample sake not for the good of mankind but he Is not going WILL serve it be cause he dont drink Thats the best reason thats been given Some German made a scorch ing speech against us in the relchstag yesterday He didnt mention us by name but he said a certain nation composed of 48 states and a flag with a lot of stars on it and a president who was an engineer Outside of that he left everybody to guess Yours WILL ROGERS LARGE ARMADA HERE ON GOOD WILL JOURNEY Ships Stage Exhibit ancj Stunt Flying at Local Airport A squadron of 35 airplanes edlike a flock of giant birds otj the Mason City community airport Wednesday morning While a crowd of several thou sand looked on the planes presented a program of exhibition and stunt flying and then flew on to Wesley and Fort Dodge where they planned to spend the night Of the 35 ships 20 were still la the contest staged in connection with this Iowa goodwill tour while the others flew along as escorts eager to play a part in this gigantic project to promote airmlndedncss in the state The aggregation was said by those who knew something about aviation history to be the largest air armada that ever made a tour of cities on a goodwill project Hundreds of passengers were car ried by the larger monsters of tea air while the smaller ones thrilled the throng with their daring stunts Outstanding among these was tha Monocoupe of the Yellow Cab Air ways piloted by Sid Cleveland This intrepid pilot flewhis plans upside down for the thrilled specta tors Later while making aswing over the country outside the port his engine stalled and be was to undamagea nqwever gotit afcainand was on to tbejwest toJoin the oth MILWAUKEE June 20 A new attitude of the people to ward agriculture and the frank rec ognition of the facts as to the agri cultural situation is needed more than any one piece of legislation to procure economic justice to the farmer former Gov Frank O Low den of Illinois told the thirteenth annual convention of the Kiwanis international here today With the attainment of thest ends the speaker held ways to re1 store the proper balance between agriculture and industry will pres ent themselves One way in which the ills of agri culture may be remedied Lowden said is to change the present meth od of taxation The farmer Is being done a great injustice it was point ed out by the existing methods in asmuch as intangible property es capes direct taxation while farm land is made to bear the greatest burden of the cost of government Quotes Economist Quoting from the economist Dr Richard T Ely the speaker said Taxes on farm lands are steadily and rapidly approximating the an nual value of farm lands and in a period the taxes will absorb farm land values the famfers land will be confiscated by the state and our farmers will become virtual tcnania of the state While agriculture business ana the economist all agree to this the ory said the speaker I have of no chamber of commerce nor any other organization representing bus iness lending its support to the equalization of this burden thru a revision of the taxing laws Another remedy for the existing situation which the speaker pointed out is one which Is being used to ad vantage In England Depletion of soils is going on at a dangerous rate and when farm surpluses are often driving the prices of farm pro ducts below the cost of production we are adding to those surpluses by robbing the sail said Lowden The state and federal governments couli aid the farmer in this by exempting all lands from taxation which art devoted to some legume or by pay ing a reasonable bounty to the own ers of the lands while they Itept them out of cultivation too speaker suggested f o materializeThe air stuhtera of John Livingston of Waterloo were said to have rebelled before leaving their home city and threatened to break up their circus formation so they might compete with Mrs Murial Hnnford Sioux City regarded as main contender for first place They decided however to continue The trio was expected to perform stunts upon takingto tho air as the planes eft about 1 oclock but Immediate ly after makingtheir ascent the three flyers turned the noses of their planes westward James Barwick Sioujc City Tri State Airways Inc flying a Stear man made the distance from Wat erloo to Mason City in the shortest time among the 20 planes in tha contest Mr Barwick made the dis tance in 38 minutes and 55 seconds Waco Pianos Next The three musketeers with their Waco sport model planes were njxt one of them making the dis tance in 39 minutes and 8 and the other two in 30 minutes ami 50 seconds Wilfred Gerbracht DCS Molncs with a Bolte Majestic made the trip in 41 minutes and 6 seconds Archie Peterson who was at tha stick of the Alexander Eaglerock of the Pioneer Flyers Inc Mason City raced from Waterloo to Ma son City with Jack Walton Dea Moines flying a CurtlasRobin for the Standard Bearings company The latter won the race by 30 sec onds making the distance In in 46 minutes and seconds while Mr Peterson made It in 46 minutes TURN TO PAGE IS COLUMN 7 IOWA FORECAST Unsettled Wednesday night and Thursday local showers and thunderslorms slightly warmer Thursday LOCAL STATISTICS American Beet Sugar company weather figures for 21 hour period ending at 8 oclock a m Wednes day Warmest Tuesday 79 Coolest in Night 42 At 9 A M Wednesday 61 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Publication: Mason City Globe Gazette

Location: Mason City, Iowa

Issue Date: June 26, 1929

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