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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 14, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                OCTOBER 14 MASON CITY GLOBSGAZETTE SEVEN OIL CANNOT BE FOUND BENEATH IOWAS SURFACE Recent Geological Survey Is Definite in Statement of States Resources DES MOINES Oct 14 well drilling in Iowa has given lit tle encouragement to oil prospect ors who hope that these secondary services might offer up proof of oil deposits W H Norton the Iowa Geological Survey declared in a on deep wells in the current issue of state geological reports Various favorable conditions Sitwe been noted in drilling in aomo parts of the state but thu oil deposits have been lacking in appre ciable quantities the report stated It is pointed out however thnt the field in Iowa regarded by J V Howcll as the one area which mer its in any degree attest for southwestern part is the area least prospected by deep wells No Oil Present The old theory that if drilling is done deep enough any mineral or oil deposit may be found has seen exploded by deep well drilling in Iowa the reason that such wells have for the most part gone down to strata beyond which oil or miner al is not deemed existent Aa a rule deep wells have gone deep the deepest of them hardly exceed 3000 find any there pos sibly can be the report stated The wells however have amply repaid the drillers by the deliv er No Cornier or Iron L The report further staled in part As to copper and iron and Other precious metals the futility of pros pecting for them in Iowa is shown by an elementary geology of the state As to coal the areas where it may be found have long since been mapped But in the case of oil the conditions of its accumulation are such that each deep well aunk has had some value as a prospect hole for that locality Every deep well drilled in Iowa is carefully ex amined for presence or absence the conditions indicating oil In general the lie of the strata of the state is proved by its deep well sections to be too uniform to favor the structures necessary for oil accumulation Yet occasionally as at Oakdale Ames and perhaps at Failfield the drill has found marked upwards of the deeper beds Of hundreds of wells drilled scarcely one has shown even a trace of oil Allison Grocery Is United With Chain ALLISON Oct broth ers store of Allison has joined in the Great Rite Way system chain liy this movement they will remain an independent unit but will have greater buying power The Arnold brothers storeis the oldest business establishment in Al lison George Arnold camo here in 1891 and operated the store in the R E Thompson building After a short time he was joined by his brother Fred They built a brick buildingln 1912 THE LINDBERGHS IN PANAMA IOWA SUPREME COURT OPENS Cases From Cerro Gordo County Are on Docket in Des Moines DES MOINES Oct 14 UP The first division of Iowas supreme court will open the second period of the September term of court here tomorrow with 37 cases scheduled for oral argument tomorrow Wed nesday and Thursday t The second division of the court will follow the first division to the sench a week from tomorrow with 51 cases scheduled for argument in four days Cases scheduled for oral submis sion to the first division which is composed of Chief Justice Albeir and Justices Stevens DeGraff Mor ling and Wagner included appeals from Benton Jasper Keokuk Ma haska Poweshiek Washington Mus catine Scott Polk and Davis coun ties The second division composed of the chief justice and Justices Evans Faville Klndig and Grimm will hear argument on cases assigned from Black Hawk Delaware Boone Franklin Hamilton Story Webster Cerro Gordo Floyd Han cock Winnebago Winneshiek Polk and Marion counties As the second period opens to morrow several decisions on cases submitted during the first period early in September are expected Associated Press PJtoto Col and Mrs Clmrlcs Llndbergli aro shown with President F 11 Arosemena and Mrs Arosojncna who weretheir hosts when they stopped in Panama The flying colonel and his wife are explor ing ancient Mayan ruins In Centra America and southern Mexico n things are comparative A r cold is preferable to Au Transcript East Chain Farmer Is Buried at Swea City SWEA CITY for Peter Stefanski East Chain Minn farmer were held at Holy Family church at East Chain Friday morn ing His body was brot back from a Rochester Minn hospital the early part of the week Cancer of the stomach caused his death with psrltonitis as a contributory cause He would have been 45 years old Saturday He is survived by Ms wifejand fthree daughters also by his aged mother and four brothers ALLIED FORGES FINALLY VACATE Resort City on Rhine Is Over joyed When Soldiers Leave Town BAD KREUZNACH Oct 14 Of all Rhenish spas affected by the allied occupation none has received with greater joy the news that the last soldier of the Entente is to leave Germany than this famous ra dium brine bath on the Nahe river near ils confluence into the Rhine Bad Kreuznach before and during the war was one of the most fash ionable spas in Germany Former Kaiser Wilhelm II his Field Mar shal General von Hindenburg and Quartermaster General Ludendorff for months made it their headquar ters Visitors are still shown the rooms in the Kurhaus in which his Majesty used to live and the salon bath in which Hindenburg under went a radium brine bath cure After the war the French occu pied the town They located their headquarters and officers mess right across the street from the Kurhaus so that every visitor must needs see the French flag and the French uniforms Thus tho the armies of occupation adversely af fected the attendance at all spas within the occupied area this was particularly true of Bad Kreuznach where the presence of French troops was unusually conspicuous Kreuznach will feel as tho it were taking a new lease of life Major Richard Prausnitzer director of the Kreuznach spa said There is no doubt but that the foreign oc cupation has hurt us more than any other watering place in the Rhine land Not only Germans but also many Americans and Russians who used to come here did not like to be in a place in which military com manders could issue orders to tho population no matter how tactful these commands might be Funeral Services for Rowan Woman Are Held ROWAN Oct serv ices for iirs George Whitten who died Thursday night at her home in Rowan were held at the Con gregational church Sunday afternoon with the pastor the Rev L A Mur quardt officiating Mrs Whitten leaves besides her husband three daughters Mrs I Erickson and Mrs Charles Peddle both nf Popejoy and Miss Vinnie Whitten of Rowan IOWA INDUSTRY FREE FROM ANY RED INFLUENCES Univerjity of Iowa Man Com pletes Studies of Labor Beliefs IOWA CITY Oct 14 you would find radical firebrands shopa and factories of Iowa are no place to look Establishing a new social order is farthest from the thbts of the nonagricultural worker in this and adjoining1 states according to Dale Yoder instructor in the University of Iowa college of commerce Per sonal interviews revealed attitudes in support of existing capitalistic industry and fear of changes of rev olutionary nature Fear Radical Dominance Labor viewpoints proved not orig inal but a reflection of propaganda presented in school and thru cam paigns What they have been taught is the belief in the status quo which makes them conservative Sociolog ist Yoder reports Progress they vaguely favor but distrust marks their attitude toward rapid or radical developments Fear of radical dominance prevents their support of an addition to the two party system in United States poli tics On the fence with regard to na ionalism the workers want isola ion and freedom from world in rigues or international propaganda campaigns but opposing war and regarding excessive patriotism as dangerous offset their restricted view of world affairs Favor American Plan The findings of Mr Yoder rc orded in the fifth volume of Iowa Studies in Business include the discovery that laboring men abhor movements under such names as anarchism socialism and com munism regarding them as threats not only to the nation but to labor Legislation workingmeh are con vinced will reduce graft and make their privileges more secure Demo cracy as it exists In the United States is ideal and American pov to Play on Iowa State Stage AMES Oct Tolbert MacRao head of the music depart ment at Iowa State college who is In charge of the artists concert series has received a message from the New York manager of Ignace Paderewaki Polish pianist that the master musician ia making satisfac tory his recent opera tion for appendicitis and is expected to arrive in the United States the middle of November one month later than originallyplanned His late arrival however will not In terfere with hla appearance at Ames April 11 To Sell Air Bonds IOWA CITY Oct 14 for a municipal airport here hav by state railroai Bonds for 57000 been approved commissioners willbe issuedfor airfield improve ments eminent is test in the world think they Young Stacyville Man Dies in Osage OSAGE Oct Her mann 23Stacyville died here Fri day night from a ruptured appendh which an operation failed to relieve He is survived by his bride of a few weeks his parents and severa brothers and sisters IOWA REALTORS IN DAVENPORT 11th Annual Convention to Be Addressed by Sec Ed Smith DAVENPORT Oct 14 Real tors from over Iowa gatheredhere today for first formalities of the Seventh annual convention of the owa Association of Real Estate oards Registration golfing and a smok er interspersed with a joint meet ng of the state officers board of directors advisory committee tind residents and secretaries of local loarda comprised the program for he opening day President Arthur 3enger of Davenport will oversee he threeday session The workings of the newly en acted real estate brokers license aw will occupy tomorrows opening session with Secretary of State Ed Smith administrator of the law John J Wagner of Cedar Rapids and J W Jacoby of Marion Ohio making talks Tax revision propos als also will get an rairing tomorrow afternoon with Slate Senator CF Clark of Cedar Rapids chairman of the state legislative tax reform committee as the principal speaker Open discussions will feature ireakfast conferences Tuesday and Wednesday and consideration of Drokerage selling advertising ap praisaland other problems will oc upy other1 general sessions Elec Lion officers and receipt of In vitations for the 1930 convention will occur at tho closing session Wednesday afternoon Meteors Are Gone but Are Not Forgotten by University Scientists IOWA CITY Oct 14 AUlio their span of life was but a few sec onds two meteors which fell last month have not been forgotten The Midwest Meteor association informal group with headquarters at the University of Iowa is seek ing information concerning the me teors of Sept 18 and Sept 20 Re ports on the Sept 16 fall have been received from Dubuque Oskaloosa Burlington while persons in Bussey and Belolt Wis observed the latter meteor Iowa seems especially favored as a resting place for meteor frag ments since four of the most im portant recorded falls of modern times occurred within the states boundaries These falls were Mar ion 1847 Amana 187D Esthcrville 1879 and Forest City 1800 Fredricksburg Legion Holds Annual Balloting FREDERICKSBURG Oct 14 New officers for the Laurel Post No 221 American Legion were elected at the regular meat ing The new commander is Carl Mack The other officers are as fol lows Vice commander Car Moetsch adjutant Verne M Up ham finance office W C Upham chaplain Wesley Speicher historian Herbert Biermann and sergeantat arms Reno Brauener Suffering 1urchascs Show Room ALLISON Oct G and A Chevrolet company has pur chased the retail station of the But ler County Oil company which was located in the Chevrolet building The office of the garage will b moved to the side occupied by tb oil company and there will be a ncv show roam in front The next 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