Mason City Globe Gazette, July 3, 1929

Mason City Globe Gazette

July 03, 1929

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 3, 1929, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home AND MASON CITY VOL XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED DAILY TIMES PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT HOME EDITION ENGINEERS 1929 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NKWS SUJJEEMENTAL 230 VOTE fl 60 RESIDENCES ARE BURNED IN FRISCO SUBURB Four Thousand Men Fight Flames Art Treasures Destroyed CAN FRANCISCO July 3 Fire in the picturesque town of Mill Valley across the bay north of here continued to burn fiercely to day despite the efforts of a hastily organized body of fire fighters who were handicapped by Jack of water Shortly after midnight the blaze1 was said to have been diverted from the buslnesa section of the town which has a population of about 30000 but continued burning thru tho outskirts where water was scarce and fire engines ineffective The loss at that time was estimated at About 60 homes some of them containing valuable libra ries and art treasures lay in ruins The blaze broke out late yestei day on the slope of Mount Tamalj pais about 3 13 miies from the downtown district and swept down the mountain Soldiers from the presidio of San Francisco part of the San Francisco fire department firemen from a half dozen neighboring towns and organ ized volunteers responded to appeals for help Soon 4000 men were fight n ing the flames Banks and business houses va j fated downtown buildings when it i the fire would reach the district Money and goods ere removed to places of safety ay fainiltes already had lost their Untin Begins Flight to Berlin Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS July See by this mornings paper where this fellow Kenial Pasha the head man of Turkey 13 con sidering mak ing us a visit They claim people that have been over there that he ef lects Mill Valley is th summer home of many wealthy San Fran ciscans Red Cross workers were sum moned to care for thosewho had lost their homes HERMIT FOUND EATEN ROBBED the biggest man in the world today He is a Mussolini Borah Aimce McPherson and Charley Dawes combined He the veils the women the fezzes off the men rolled the flappers stockings made the people all learn to read and write a new language put in a golf course give the farmers reliof discharged his federal reserve board and whipped Greece all in one week Certainly he that bird comes over here Yours WILL ROGERS Wreckage of Plane in Which Stultz Met Death Recluse Distrusted Women and Banks Hoard of Money Gone TOLEDO July 3 Rouse who for GO of his 80 years on thisearth had distrusted women and banks is dead and the small safe in his tumbledown hermitage is open quipped of the hoard it held A yrvth from the SacFox Indian reservation dropping in to say howdy to the recluse yesterday found him unconscious beaten bound and gagged with his own beard The safe in one corner of the squalid quarters had been broken open LARGE DULUTH BANK IS ADDED TTIFJOATION Institution Now in Northwest Finance Group THE second addition of the week to the Northwest Eaucorporalon group of banks was announced Wednesday forenoon by VV G C Bagley president of the First Na tional bank here and director in the i Imcr1stultz for Amelia Earhart In her transAtlantic flight met death with In this wreckage when his plane went into a tailspin and crashed near Mlncola I I The nasst Eddie Hanvood and Pitsmialo CastihiccI both of Rosfyn L I 1hoto shov ws n view of the passe ngcrs were INJURIES FATAL Gladys Brockwell Succumbs After Being Hurt in Auto Accident LOS ANGELES Cal July resultingfrom injuries re accident last night silenced the voice of Gladys Brockwell promi nent actress of the talking motion pictures Miss Brockwell was badly crushed When the motor car in which she was riding with Thomas Stanley Bren Bancorporalion Effective immediately the Amer ican Exchange National Bank of Duluth Minn with deposits of 300000 will be included in the or ganization It will be one of the largest institutions in the group Total resources of the organization are boosted to by vir tue of this increment The Duluth bank represents the consolidation a few months ago of the First National bank of Dulutii and the American Exchange baJk two of the strongest institutions in Minnesota Announcement was made Tues Rouse died last night without reday lhc acquisition by the graining consciousness Officers think robbers broke in upon him Satur day night beat and robbed him and left him to die in bonds which were drawn so tightly about his arms and legs that he could not move It was common gossip that Rouse had become a hermit 60 years ago following an unrortunate love af fair This ledhim to hate all wom en The failure of a Tama bank some years later fostered a new dis trust against all banks On the fence inclosing his shack is this sign Women keep out AUNT HET By Robert Quillen I wasnt surprised When two women get so thick they spend the day with one an other I give em six months to bust up nn go to callin A west Bancorporation of the First National bank and Trust company of Marshalltown with a capital of 5200000 and surplus of The Marshalltown institution is in the process of organization CAPITAL READY FOR QUIET 4TH President and Family Will Spent Holiday at White House WASHINGTON July 3 capital is preparing to set a nation al example with a safe and sane observance of independence day The quiet tenor of the day for high government officials will be emphasized at the white house President Hoover had contemplated a visit to his Virginia fishing pre serve but decided against it He and Hoover will stay here with Mrs their son Herbert a holiday guest Hoover Jr as Like most of the country eastof the Mississippi river the capita waa promised fair weather for today and tomorrow This forecast was espe cially welcome to the thousands of visitors coming here for the occa sion and to the hundreds of gov ernment employes and many offi cials who are planning to use their day of freedom for excursions else where A formal celebration will take place tomorrow theater In the Washington ment grounds with Senator Karri son of Mississippi as the principal speaker the marine band and pa a 75 foot embankment near Cal abasas Cal June 28 Brennan is re covering from serious injuries Made Before Death The last of four blood transfusions to save the actress life was made shortly before death Dr Normim P Sprague her physician said the immediate cause of death was per itonitis which developed as result of her injuries A popular star on the silent screen Miss Brockwell for the last two years had made only irregular appearances in pictures but with the advent of the sound develop ment in movies she again rose to prominence One of First She was one of the first actresses to appear in the new medium anj after taking roles in short subjecU appeared In The Lights oC New York which brot her much rec ognition from producers Havingbegun her career as an actress at the age of three Mies Brockwell achieved success first on the legitimate stage She was starr ing in her own company at the age of 17 The daughter of Lillian Brock well widely known dramatist sha was reared in the atmosphere of tho stage Her mother with whom lived at Hollywood Cal was at hs death bed Prince Wife in Monastery MILAN Italy July 3 A prince and princess of Biscari Sic ily took up life behind the churchs cloisters eschewing forevermora things worldly anct their life to gether Two days ago the prince Paterao Castello was ordained as priest be coming Father Ignatius Yester day he himselC bestowed the voil upon his wife Donna Angela An teri whom he married 25 years ago She became Sister Maria of Jesus The prince and princess were married more than 20 years before they decided to retire to a monss tic life At tho conclusion first mass yesterday in the Resloco3 chapel Carmelite sisters accompan ied the princess to the altar railing Tho mother superior took off her whito veil of the novitiate showing for a second the face of the QCAV nun pale with emotion Father Ig natius contemplated her for a mo ment and then with a quick gestura hid her face forever with a black veil The new sister turned to the con gregation and chanted I have nlacecl a sign upon my counten ance the sisters responding pc cording to the Maiia ay on the floor then with her arms extended in the form oE a cross while the former prince chanted a to deum ENDURANCE HOP MINNESOTAN HAS REFUSED OFFER Hoover Asks Moscrip to Re consider and Serve on Farm Board Deny HooverMellon Disagreement Over Possible lie July 3 Moscrip of Lake Elmo Minn Tax WASHINGTON July 3 istence of a difference of opinion tween President Hoover and Seci tary Mellon on the possibility of duction in federal taxes was f nied today at the white house It was stated emphatically kt the president and the treasury are in complete agree Jint upon this subject Further it was said presidents statement of to serve on the federal board is being urged to rocon lider by President Hoover I In declining to serve Moscrip said rfhe necessities of his own business Affairs required his attention to such night at the Sylvan tnat 1 Washington momil Possible but that the yesterday had been read Jiy Mellon before it was announced In this announcement President Hoover said the administration tax reduction might be fireworks nroflrarxi before action could be taken the effect of recent legisla tion upon the treasury must be de terminod as well as the prospect of continued high governmental rove display thejnues am tho possibility of curtailing j normal expenditures triotic societies participating and a extent that he could not Bee way clear to accept the post Moscrip has been chosen to repre sent the dairying industry in the de liberations of the board Robinson Circus Manager Dies of Bite of Mad Lion REXBURG Idaho July 3 The bite of a circus lion he had owned for seven years has resulted In thc death hero of Bert W Robin son 52 manager of the Kobinson shows The lion attendants said had gone mad from its long imprison ment and bit his owner on the leg the injiuy causing blood poison Robinson a native of Waterloo Iowa was buried yesterday Mitchell and Newcomb Are Passed 100 Hour Mark Above Cleveland CLEVELAND July 3 Stunt ng on the monotonous flight above Cleveland airport Pilots Roy lj Mitchell and Byron K Newcomb flew on today toward the worlds record for endurance flights as they lengthened the hundred off hours they have remained aloft The flyers were well into their fifth day of constant flying Notes dropped to the field indicated they were in the highest of spirits Their clowning was limited to a few simple stunts but it was accepted us confirmation of their optimism A celebration with aerial firc worksc was held at the field last night when the airmen passed the one hundredth hour Only three other planes have remained in the air that long The army plane Question Mark originator of re fueled flights the monoplane in which the record of 172 hours 32 minutes and 1 second was estnb lishpd recently in Ft Worth and the endurance plane Miss Minneapolis forced down last week after ap proaching 150 hours Continued good weather was fore cast for the next 21 hours but a change is predicted toward the end of the week when the record time will be approached Flyers Fighting Mists CULVER CITY Cal July 3 L W Mcndell and R B Reia hart who took off from Culver City airport at a m yesterday in their biplane Angeleno in an endurance record attempt were fighting fog banks rolling in from the ocean early today They were forced at times to tra vel miles inland to escape the veil ing curtain of mists or to climb to high altitudes Mendell and Relnhart took the air only a few hours after Leo Nomis and Maurice Morrison engaged in n similar attempt damaged their plane in a forced landing at Metro politan airport Los Angeles when their motor quit MILWAUKEE IS FIRST STOP ON EUROPEAN TRIP Chicago Plane Will Fly to Europe on North ern Route BULLETIN SAULT STE MARIE Mich Iuty S amphibian untm bowler Chicago to Berlin plane landed on the waters of the Marys river at 1245 p m central standard time today The plane camo down on tho American side of the river and taxied across the Camullan for estry department aerodrome on tho other side MILWAUKEE July 3 Bowler from Chicago to Berlin landed on Milwaukee bay at a m central standard time today anu taxied to ward Maitland field where an offi cial reception was to be held Aboard the craft were two pilots Robert H Cast of Kentucky and Parker Cramer of Clarion Pa and Robert Wood aviation editor of the tribune Tbe plane took off from Chicago at a m A bag of mail sealed late yester Jay rested on top of the ayiators luggage It contained letters ad flregsetj foy jamuaKwiraT tootfuseu governments and greetings from American business executives to those of foreign lands A flight of approximately 1000 miles had been planned for today in sasy hops Here the flyers were to lay a wreath at the base of the statute to Ericson which over looks the lake before taking off for Sault SteMarie Ont After clear ing the Canadian customs at the Soo the Untin Bowlers course led to Kami Lake Ont where a load of fuel was to be taken thence 100 miles to Great Whale up in the Hudson bay country In case the 400 mile Jump to Great Whale was found to be too great the amphibian was to be flown 200 miles from Kami Lake to Rupert house From Great Whale or Rupert house theroute will be by way of Cape Chidlcy to Mt Evans Green land thence over that ice covered continent to Reykjavik Iceland by way of Angmasalik on the eastern coast of Greenland From Reykjavik the jump will be made to Berlin The east bound trip was expected to take five days Explanation for the name of the ship given by officials at the Chi cago airport was that it came from England where a certain type of derby hat Is known as a Hunting Bowler It was believed Col R It McCormiclf took a fancy to the name and gav it to the ship hunt ingbeing pronounced Untin ACTRESS DIES Gladys Brockwell movie star succumbed in Los Angeles as a result of Injuries received in an automobile accident Her companion in the car Is recover ing from serious injuries SPANISH FLYERS SALUTE VESSEL Quartet Takes Leave of Res cuers in Government Plane GIBRALTAR July 3 Franco took to the air again today and made an aerial salute of fare well and thanks high above the Bci tisli aircraft carrier Kagle which had rescued him and his three com panions from the Atlantic As the Spanish airman soared over Gibraltar circled and swooped above the Eagle the people of tfce town rushed to the streets and a roar of goodbye cheers ascended Major Franco flew in the Jupiter a Spanish military hydroairplane Tie Jupiter had been fjown from he Alcazarcs airfield near Carta gena where Major Franco stared his flight to the Azores bringing orms and clothing to the res cued flyers Major Franco and his three com panions today were able to appear in 1hcir uniforms instead of in the vivcd by five children Perry Grovcrj borrowed flannels and tweeds of the and Mrs Kreuger of Rockford Lynn Eagle 3 officers in which thev came Grover of Sheboygan Wis Mrs home Rockford Observes Last Services for Civil War Veteran ROCKFORD July services were held here for George Grover 84 a Civil war veteran His uniforms death was caused by heart disease There are only three Civil war vet erans now left in Rockford Besides Mrs Grover he is sur Hazel Chapman and vcr of Mason City Charles Gro Made IJenn of Women NEVADA July 3 Adah Livingston of Nevada has been elect ed dean of women at Carthage col lege Carthage 111 Capt N F Laurence of Kagle and four others of the Eagles officers thia afternoon will go on the same train with the rescued men from Algcciras to Madrid where the Spanish government will officially welcome them and the riy FUGAZY BOXING PROMOTER AIDS Munocn pnoDt New Yorker Says He Saw Victim Leave to Go to Telephone NEW YORK July 3 With the story of Humbert J Fugazy boxing promoter added to their fund of information police today sought the person who hired the killers of Frank Marlow night club owner Fugazy told Police Commissioner Whalen that he occupied a table close to that where Marlow ate his last dinner and saw the night club owner answer a telephone call short ly before he went to his death in Flushing Queens 10 days ago The promoter also said that Johnny Wilson former middleweight champion who was a member of the Marlow dinner party had been called to the telephone a few min utcs before Marlow Fugazys statements contradicted denials by Wilson that Marlow had been summoned to the telephone After questioning Fugazy Com missioner Whalen said We have all the essential ma terial right under our fingers We believe we have caught up with two of the killers and are now on the TURN TO PAGE 8 COLUMN 1 TIEUP OF RAIL TRAFFIC LOOMS FOR MIDWEST Six Railroads Involved in Individual Griev ance Claim CHICAGO July 3 tive engineers of six wesleru railroads are considering a strike to compel the carriers to recognize an individual grievance agreement with their international brother hood R E Edrington assistant grand chief oC the brotherhood re vealed last night Engineers of the Missouri Pacif ic the terminal railroad associa tion of St Louis and the Chicago Milwaukee St Paul and Pacific railroad already have voted Edring ton said and the ballots are beine tabulated Predicts Strike Vole Negotiations between the engin eers and officials of the Union Paci fic Southern Pacific and Atchlaon ropeka and Santa Fe railroads have to an impasse Edrington de lared predictinga strike vote by he engineers of those carriers with in a short time Other railroads in all parts of tha puntry have become involved Ed rington said and the strike threat might become national in signifi cance The controversy Is based on refusal of the railroads to deal with the engineers independently of tUe firemen aad enginemen Officials of the brotherhood1 locomotive gtneers regardless ofwhether the Istter belong to the engineers or firemens and engineers brothcr tood Settle Grievances Jointly Under a joint working agreement signed in 1913 by the two brother aoods with the railroads the work ng grievances of engineers belong ing to the enginemens brotherhood were to be settled thru a joint com mittee representing the two broth erhoods The agreement It was said did not become widespread until 1919 The Chicago headquarters of the engineers brotherhood yesterday is sued a statement that in 1927 be organization took advantage of the erminatinR clause in an agreement CUDAHY TO WED SCREEN ACTRESS Mother of Youth Gives Her Blessings as Pair Seek License LOS ANGELES Cal July 3 m J P Cudahy son of the ate John P Cudahy and grandson of the founder of the Cudahy Pack ing company last night announced hm intention of marrying Muriel Adel Evansen known on the screen as Muriel Evans The announcement made after the couple had appeared before a Riverside justice of the peace to file notice of intention to marry was greeted with the blessings ot ihe youths mother Mrs Edna Cuda Cudahy who is 21 said they would return to Los Angeles after the marriage and make their home here Whether Miss Evansen will continue her work in the movies is entirely up to her Cudahy naiii Miss Evansen who gave her age as 18 came here eight years ago from Minneapolis and resides with her mother in Hollywood She has ap peared in pictures since her gradua tion from high school A little more than two yeara Ago an elopement of the youth with Marie Astnirc an actress ended abruptly at Santa Barbara Cal when Cndahy was placed in jail at the request of his mother Orchard Girl Awarded Wisconsin Scholarship ORCHARD July Bessie Lack who is home for a few weeks vacation received notification from the University of Wioconstn that she had been awarded the Legisla tion scholarship there This scholar ship is for out of state studenta only and exempts them from out nt state tuitions Misa Lack was gradu ated from Orchard high school In 1927 IOWA FORECAST 1 Probably local thunderahow ers Wednesday night and Thur9 day Warmer Wednesday night except In extreme northwestern portion Cooler Thursday in ex treme east nnd extreme north portion LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures toe 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock a m Wednesday Warmest Tuesday 81 Coolest In Night 57 At 8 A M Wednesday 71 With a wind emanating from the north Tuesday the mercury had a bit of difficulty in working its way upthe column In fact it was stopped at 81 while the nights tem perature was 57 Wednesday opened clear but the wind was ntill out of tho north and prospects for what might be called com weather were not bright But heres the consolation Its good weather for oats Also humans 1 ;

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