Mason City Globe Gazette, September 21, 1929, Page 8

Mason City Globe Gazette

September 21, 1929

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 21, 1929, Mason City, Iowa EIGHT J t J i i Rock Falls Team and Charles City Practice CHARLKS CITY Sept loach Boylan took some of his in jxperienced players to Rockford to vjlay yesterday if they could qualify for the first squad McKinley school won the first game of ithe grade school series when they beat Washington school Thursday The other games arc scheduled as follows Sept 24 Mc Kinley vs Lincoln Sept 26 Cen tral vs Washington Octl Lincoln va Washington Oct 3 Central vs McKinley AL JOLSON Starts Today Instead of Monday ENTIRE WEEK MASON GITY GLOBEGAZETTE CHURCH UNION IS DISCUSSED Dr W C Laube Formerly of Dubuque Speaker at Upper Iowa Conference BULLETIN DUBTJQCE Sept committee on tho Epwortli league institute at the Upper Iowa conference in session here voted today to raise the 530000 mortgage on the Clear Lake property This will be dons it was said by subscrip tion by a prepared list per sons in the conference By THOMAS P SHAFFER DUBUQUE Sept union received attention at the A Luxurious Dinner Is Served at the Grill Sunday youll enjoy it Maybe youll want a tender juicy T Bone steak or per haps Chicken or you may prefer some other kind of meat Whatever your preference Ma son Citys Soda Grill is prepared to delight you A fine Sunday dinner is served come dine and enjoy yourself CHINESE FOOD ISNT IT GOOD Cooler weather its time to order Chow Mein or Chop Suey and at the Soda Grill its made like the Chinese make it In old China If you want to serve it at home just place your order for any quantity youll need phone 42D SODA GRILL A DELIGHTFUL PLACE TO DINE At 16 South City meeting of the Upper Iowaannual conference insession herein an ad dress by Dr Wr C Laube The speakerwas formerly a professor in Dubuqiie university and now holds the chair of editor of the Presbyter ian Messenger His discussion on the subject of church union gathered around four questions Is it desirableIs it pos sible Should it be may itbe done Both sides of the mat ter were presented Hequoted au thorities who had contended tha diversity of church organizations In dicated life that uniformity woul lead to a decadence of the church and that it was not possible sine it has been impossible to join dif ferent branches of the same denom inatiori Need Spirit of Union Dr Laube declared that only a spirit of union on the great fund a mental questions of christianltj could bring about aunion of the bodies As steps leading to such a consummation the speaker suggest ed the consolidationof local congre gations thereuniting of divided de nominations the union of denomina tions of a kindred spirit and a gen eral reunion thru con ferences such as recent years have revealed at Stockholm and Lau anne Ministers of the conference who also have sons in the ministry here compose a unique group of 16 They represent a total of 276 years of conference service The senior mem ber De Witt Clinton of Tama is the oldest man in effective years hav ng put 49 years in thisone confer nce His own father John W now dead spent 28 years in the con ference and De Witts son John D now serving at Fayette has been pastor for 13 years Thus the one family has a total credit of 90 years of ministerial labors in the Upper Iowa conference Pastor for Z9 Years The Rev Harry Artroan Win throp has given his twentyninth year of time and his son Donald is in his first year on the Toledo cir cuit Next in terms of service come the Grants A R Grant Sr at Shell Rock has been in the ministry 41 years and A R Jr Vihton eight years Then follows the Cleveland service C W of Edgewood serv ing 35 years and his son Joseph Colesburg six years F W Court Davenport has given 29 years and his son Frank three Unusual in conference circles is a sextet composed of two families A W Gabel Albion has the record of 13 years in the ministry his son service cost is reman AB atNew Albln five years and James at Waueoma flveVThe Farls family of preachers consists of the father W A FarisAredaIe Leslie J Palo and a second son who is in school Robert Davies pastor at Montl cello has a son John Leonard serv ing the church at Maynard Two Admitted to Conference young men were admitted into full connection in the confer ence this morning their required studies and servec two years as probationers Prank A Court pf Miles and John B De Long now pastor at Greeley Five were admitted as probation ers Ge6rge C Busted Louis B Carpenter George R Banner Rus sell D Cole and Arthur Kindred The Rev Lusted was some years ago a member of the conference on probation and was pastor at La Porte City SEPTEMBER 21 WITNESS more than 5000 Whippet dealers and more than 4000 authorized Whip pet service stations Whippetowners are assur ed wherever they drive of lowcost prompt and painstaking service and of always being able to obtain genuine Whippet parts Consider the low service cost the low operat ing cost and the amazingly low price of the car you appreciate that Whippet ownership is your wisest motoring investment The Whippet with its outstanding beauty of design and its many engineering advantages is giving thousands of motorists the fall mean ing of full value INC TOLEDO OHIO WHIPPET 6 COACH im ti mj mmtUjpj DOWN PAYMENT ONLY aiCnifi lpOr Oth WHIPPET 4 COACH DOWN PAYMBNT ONLT Balaat h 13 uy ntorli Laeimclmitt 4Poo DtLxxt StJax Redarr 4PaA ilrr EaaJmr mcrcinl Cicmt 284 HATHORN AUTO CO 109111 1st St S E DISTRIBUTOR Garage P Wluff Auto Co Tabb CHARLES Mntteson Motor Co CLEAR Mason Co CRYSTAL LaUe Motor Co EAGCE J McDermotl Motor Co Motor Co E Nelson FOREST C Whitles H Ludcko Auto Co W Doebcl H Rickens Garage MASON AutoCo NORA Motor Co Peterson Mason City Iowa Motor Co P Hansen M Aurand J Eddy Moshcr Auto Co Garage SWEA A Griffith Motor Co Motor Co Two More Die of Injuries in Blaze CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 hadbeen granted a permit a year ago on the promise that he would build the new fire escape Cohn also admitted the prosecur tor saidthere were no signs point ing to exits No date has been set for the in quest into the deaths of the 9 Twoi Still Unidentified Meanwhile two of the victims one a man and the other awoman today remain unidentified Sixteen of the 19 ten menand eight wom en were trampled and suffocated o death in the pressof mad hu manity which a moment before the ire ate rapidly up a stairway had been a gay crowd of dancers The other three died later in a hos pital It is believed that some he 48 injured may die Associated PICM P7ioJo Charles M Schwab steel magnate who has been sumI monctl to testify before asenate subcommittee regarding the employment of William B Shearer at the Geneva naval conference of Soy Got for jiving Funds to Man CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 elephoned hia employers saying had been kidnaped Youth Under Arrest NEW YORK Sept 21 18 year old stock brokers mes senger who told of being kidnaped o explain the disappearance of in negotiable securities was under arrest today for grand arceny Milton Alter son of a tailor was lent by Stewart C Edwards man ager of R V Hiscoe and company ils employers to the Guaranty rust company to deposit a certi ied check for and bring tack the securities which had been deposited as collateral on a loan When another messenger who lad been sent to escort Alters from the bank returned to say be could not locate the other a search was begun Hired 18 Days Ago Six hours later Alter telephoned Cdwards from Brooklyn saying he lad been kidnaped and the bonds tolen He told police that when he ame out of the bank two men orced him into a large automobile riven by a liveried chauffeur He aid the car was driven about Man hattan and Brooklyn over a devious oute until he was pushed out at the corner from where he tele ihoned The youth was hired 18 days ago after he had written a personal etter to Edwards congratulating lim upon his promotion to the managership of the company Hiring of Shearer UnwiseSchwab CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 as a citizen but not from a private business standpoint Why did you send an observer there asked Chairman Short ridge I didnt But your company Yes Arent youpresident Yes I thot I was but I didnt know about Shearer Grace said he never met Shearer He first learned of his employment in December 1927 several months after the Geneva parley Thot It Unwise He testified he had been asKed by a newspaperman about Yhe Shearer arrangement had de nied it But later he said thathe heard tha rumor again and then questioned about Shear ers employment at Geneva Asked by Senator Shortridge whether he had rebuked Wakeman Gracis I told him it was rather unwise and a thing I couldnt approve of I told himit was contrary to the pol icies of our company Grace explained that he under stood felt Shearer could give some technical informa tion and ascertain what was trans piring and report it He added that Wakeman expected to get more in formation of this nature than would be reported by the press and denied that it was expected Shearer would delve into tHe acti vities of the conference Recalled to the stand Schwab sal dhe had no recollection of ever meeting Shearer He added he hart been told by his secretary rhat Shearer had sought interviews but had been denied them by the secre tary FOUR MEN HELD IN CONSPIRACY Quartet Planned to Get Away With Million Dollar Loot LONDON Sept 21 Hairy and three associates in the stock exchange sensation heie were charged at the guildhall today with conspiracy to obtain 51045000 by falsepretenses The four men were refused bail and remanded un til Sept 27 The crown prosecutor Intimated further charges are likely to follow in the case The otheraccused men arrested with Hatry are Edmund Daniels and Albert E Tabor com pany directors and John G Dixon secretary Hatry7 Daniels and Tabor alt have passports which they obtained yes terday and which the police now have The case has created great excite ment in Londons financial center and the courtroom was jammed while crowds gathered outside Lindy Lands at Port Au Prince CONTINUED FKOM PAGE 1 what from the regular route We should reach PortvAu Prince first stop the second day about 10 a m Visibility hazy over water but is clearing with rising sun Colonel Lindbergh and Mrs Lindbergh seem much refreshed after a good nights sleep Mrs Lindbergh is dressed In a blue silk traveling dress She wrote busily on her diary and studied a map of the route as the ship sailed along She has little to say except that she is having a wonderful time and Lindbergh requested she not be interviewed We encountered head winds over the sea but they gave us no trouble Redecorate Stores HAMPTON Sept are busy replacing the old fronts on the Lockwood Beed Hardware company and Boehmler Shoe store buildings with fronts of rough face brick C W Cook is the contractor Three Are Killed in Blast at St Ansgar CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 station when the blast occurred He had filled the gas tank on his truck and had just reached the street when the brick and tile structure was burled thru the air L W Kornbaum of the Mason City office of the Champlin Oil com pany was notified of the explosion and arrlyed here before noon No one could be found who would venture a reason for tbe tragic ex plosion Air Tank Intact The theory advanced shortly after the explosion that the air compression tank which was located underneath the station harl exploded was later found to be in correct since the tank was Intact when workmen were able to dig thru the ruins to the semibasement uu der the station Early this afternoon it was found that the basement which was vlded into two small connected rooms contained high test gas hi one of the compartments and a small stove used for heating water In the other No definite evidence uncovered however that the stove was to blame The bodies of the three victims are still being held here pending an inquest by the Mitchell county cor oner Firemen this afternoon were guarding the two large gasoline tanks lest the fire should break out anew and cause another explosion Local Chapter of NAAGP to Meet At Church Sunday The local chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of the Colored People will hold a meeting at St Johns Baptist church at 3 oclock Sunday after noon it xvas announced Saturday by E M Bell secretary of the or ganization Cold Weather Fails to Hurt Clay Fair CONTINUED FROM PAGE j resent a year of effort toward a definite objective Frankly I woiildnt be much interested in the fair If it were not for this side of Mr Nollwhospecializes in cattle on his farm four miles south of Spencerwas asked to explain why the Clay county fair had grown to sectional dimensions while fairs in many other places were experienc ing difficulty in eking out an ex istence They All Own It Really he began Ive won dered about that same thing my self and I cant say But he went right ahead andDID in something this manner Weve tried from the start to have everybody in town and country Feet that he was a stockholder m aie project thathe owned a part of it and that its sucaeSBwould be HIS success And I guess thats just what Everybody is a booster andeverybody is a worker Thelittle presidentof the asso ilation who is serving bis fifth erm let it be known that it was no one man proposition Couldnt Be Dona by One couldnt be headded for it las grown to such dimensions that no one person could handle the job and even make a pretense at run ning his own business In this connection he explained iat the work is departmentized and in charge of each department a qualified individual has almost ab solute authority Each department head be con inued becomes a specialist in bis i field andthe rest of us stand by and let him be hisown boss Mr Nolls principal interest it seems is in the and girls work and it is doubtful if any de velopment in the history of the fair association has brot him as much personal satisfaction as the comple tion and inauguration into use this year of the large building for this work In addition to the large sec tions for tbe overcrowded is an arenalike pavilion where the stock Is brot for exhibition and sale It was Mr Noll who interested the large packing companies in com ing here to bid onthe baby beeves the conclusion of the fair j Record of Steady Growth A visit to the Spencer fair cannot help but bring out a too plentiful use of superlatives Each year since its inception a dozen years ago has seen a in plant and in the exhibits This year hundreds of head of livestock were turned awav for lack of space despite the fact that awnings and every other nook and corner were brot Into use to provide additional stall room The writer spent an hour and a half walking down thru the dif ferent barns and he felt that to do the job properly at all at least three times as much time would have been required Two Fast Harness Races Thursdays program in front of tbe grandstand was built about two fast harness races and a running race participated in by nonprofes sional riders and local horses The vaudeville program included fouc acts featured by a group of trained dogs The Winter Garden review which played at the North Iowa fair in Mason City supplied the maior part of the night show Music thru out the fair was by the Karl King band from Fort Dodge The Morris and Castle company which recently occupied the mid way at the Iowa Minnesota and South Dakota state fairs pulled stakes late Friday and left for Ok lahoma City This left an obvious vacancy on tbe midway but dozens of concessions had remained for the final flicker of the fair tonight If we can get by in the face of chilliness such as weve had this week observed Leo C Dailey the secretary it certainly should give us confidence that our fair is so stable that its life does not depend on the whims of weather Thats just it The Clay county fair has become an institution Helen Platt girls athletic direct or has announced that the tennis tournament will take place In the near future Slips are ready for stu dents wishing to participate to sign TrlClty Post Organized TILTONV1LLE W pnst of the American Legion formed here recently nhs been named Y T R which stands for Yorkville Til tonville and Rayland Ship of Germany Is Experts Puzzje Any Move to Eliminate War ships Must Consider New Type By JAMES L WEST Associated Press Staff Writer WASHINGTON Sept Germanys new mystery warship 10000 ton craft mounting 3ix 11 inch guns and capable of a wide cruising radius at high speed destined to play an im portant part in anyfuture naval limitation conference that deals with capital lighting ships In thejudgment of some Ameri can navalofficers this would be especially soif there should be a move in 1936 to abolish the battle ship as has been suggested unof ficially in recent months since the of the present Anglo American negotiations for limiting the tonnage of auxiliary fleet craft Without Limitation With Germany possessing six ships of the characteristics of tha onenow completed it is argued in naval circles that the other aea powers would be unable to dp with their own capital ship fleets without changes in the agreement which fixes eight inches as the limit of the bore of guns to be mounted on other than battle ships Under the terms of the of Versailles Germany is permitted to build six ships of 10000 standard tons or about 12500 tons displace ment without limitation of uny kind as to the size of the guns that might be mounted on them Has Made Advance At the time the treaty was neg otiated and even at the time of the Washington arms conference in 1921 the general naval thot of the world apparently was that an eight inch gun was about the largest that could be placed on 10000 ton ships without sacrificing speed cruising radius and defensive ar mor While comparatively little is known about the new German craft by the other navies it is the Ger manclaim that its new design is entirely practical If such is the case it has made a bigadvance in warship design and one that may make the nation a factor in future capital 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